Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 30, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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foung Farmer Tung ExperimentsWith Oil Paint Nursery School Proclamation-:...- Churches Hold Young Democrats Guard kiii-e4 'flr.

On Starke ff This County ,
Station I
Eholts last (
week Issu-
leeds To Death Now Open Here ed an executive proclamation call- .'*>.' < Receive' Charter )

The Seaboard Air Line Railway ; ing for observance' of Thanksgiving Union Services j In Second Attempt :j

K Company Is experimenting with day on Nov. 29. I A charter for the Young Democratic ,
Accident t tung oil paint on its station here, ; "It Is peculiarly fitting this Club of Bradford County \ I,

fter and If the paint proves practical I Money 'Donated year." he said "that the people On Thanksgiving was received early this week, according To Free Sitamore F;
It will be used on their stations of this great state should evidence I to an announcement by H

throughout the state, It was announced their appreciation of the consideration I C Wall, temporary chairman of
Ii Canned' North Of Here this week. Children To Be Given Lunch and blessings which we have the organization: It was mailed I'

\Vhen Autdmoblle Sideswipes Starke's Is the first station to )'Ianll.In'lude. Playground received." I Three Congregation Meet At here from headquarters of the Prison Ep-ploYIIft! Confesses Jewel

Truck receive a coating of the new paint I Thanksgiving Day is a legal holiday i Baptist Church For state organization In Tallahassee Thief PromlMMl Him 93,000

that is made with tung oil insteadof In Florida/and the governor Special ProgramThe Mr. Wall stated that a meeting To Aid Escape

|01I Geiger, twenty-two year- cotton seed oil. The color of : Bradford County's nursery urged that "on this day may the wilt be held some time In Decem- -
Id farmer living east of town, died the building has been changed I school, an emergency relief pro- churches of the state' be filled with Baptist. Methodist and ber when permanent officers for Another attempt to effect the

1 r Sunday morning of. InjuriesIved from yellow to a more pleasing ject, opened here Wednesday ,our people mindful, 0:',.the benefits joined Presbyterian Churches of Starke the club will be elected. Date of escape of Harry Sitamore International a', f
Saturday_ night when an battle-ship... gray trimmed 'with morning the Woman's Club 'they have receive? thereby ac Thursday In a Union tho meeting will be announced. later Jewel thief, from the
mobile be was drivingsldepal I green. The interior of the station building. Three teachers have been knowledging, blessing of the tist Thanksgiving Service at the Bap- State Prison Farm at Ralford, war

a truck about three miles has also been repainted. employed: Mrs. H. C Rr v..... ... Divine Providence which- la-- the-- supreme Church. The Rev. B. M. Montgomery reported at the office of State's)
rib i of here on Road 13. : Starke, Mrs.E. B.:-Wells, of'Law- guarantee of- our future delivered, of the Methodist Church, Attorney A. S. Crews here 'flees40

| Herman Geiger, Felton Smith tey and Mrs. Jessie Wilson of peace, prosperity and well being the sermon at 10:30: Grave Problems

td Tom Cooper, other occupants 3 Georgia Men Hampton. I urge hat we display the flag on o'clock A to a large.congregation. day.Mr.. Crew. stated that a prison

f the car, said that Geiger was Employment will also be given this day and that we remember in der the special musical program un- guard M. B. Larking! had been arrested
south and that the accit to a janltress and our prayers President Franklin D. direction ,of Mr John H. and
g a cook. placed In the Uniono
t occurred when a coupe, bead- Will The minimum enrollment required Roosevelt In the responsibilitieswhich Powell, with Mrs., I* A, Canova as Confront I StateSenator' County jail, awaiting action of the atl
Be accompanist, was :
[north, attempted to pass the TriedExtradition for operation of the school Is rest upon him' as our leader. members) of the'DanUd presented_ Meth..ll.e by 'i grand .Jury In that county, on a

which Geiger was meeting-, thirty pupils! They must be chllaren and Presbyterian chTh;; charge of emugl'ltngkeya and
| The driver of the coupe did not or relief clients: and must be lowing selections fol IIodgP Tells. NewspaperMen hack saw blades to Sltamor in ;
va i room to make the pass, Gelg- Granted For Trio between the ages of'..two and five Solo, "Grateful were given: Of Crlnew That Must his "flat top" cell. a
Oh Lord
pi companions said, and swung to Accused Of Attacking years. Seal Sale I FundsTo by Rev. C. B. Price; Anthems Am I" Be FaredSpeaking According to the state's attorney
i left shoulder of the road, forc-. Dr. Sternberg The school will be operated five "Psalms of Thanksgiving" tho guard confessed that Sit.
Geiger to hit the truck. days during the week and "Oh before the Florida amore had him
from 8:45: Praise The Lord" promised $3000 if he 7
['The young man was driving with Three Georgians;accused o'clock In the morning until 3:30: Be Used Here Members of the by choir choir. State Press Association in Ocala would aid In the jewel thief escape
of at- were So-
i arm partly out of the side of tacking Dr. S. Sternberg, Daytona o'clock in the afternoon The chil- pranos, Mesdames J. D.. Doyle, A, last week Senator Win. O. Hodges, from the state prison.
i car and It was almost com- Beach dentist dren will be given their noon meal Z. Adkins, R. J. Davis, President elect of the 1035 Senate The warrant seta forth two
during a at George B.
'ely! torn from his shoulder. He the fight as well as lunch in the middle of -8rSirs. Flynn and Misses termed '"a matter of grave con charges, Mr. Crews said, and bond
blood before he could Georgia-Florida football game the AIvarea..,fllven Permission Eunice Perkins, cern" ,the of $2,5 OO
: much morning and milk In the after- Frances problems that face the was asked on each
i brought to town and never re- here, to will face be returned a Charge to of Jacksonville assault- noon.Money I I ,Tn.t: ,' fc Part. >f Revenue Gill; Altos Hemingway Mesdame.and O. J.Clarice Grlf- next state'legislature.He Searchers; > Find NotesL. .r;,

d I enough strength to under- with intent to commit murder It for equipment was raised For_x-iu.-y ; fie L. O. Powell, E. L. Biggs and advanced the suggestion that F. Chapman, superintendent''
i an operation to remove the here by subscription last week W> Miss Isabel Fernandez the Governor< call a conference, of the prison,, stated Wednesday "
Bled member. He also receive was dition decided Tuesday before at an extra- among the business people in the Mrs. J. M. Alvare. chairman of John IK Powell and J. ;D. Tenors, prior tothe opening of the legislative that the plot'to' free Sitamore was

d bead wound. hearing in Atlanta Governor Eugene county. It Is planned to equip a the local Christmas peal Sale an- Basses, L. G. Powell W. A,Doyle Scott; session, of advisory committees discovered 'wnen prU\m, officials ai
Talmadge accordIng
Geiger Is survived by a wife and playground on a vacant lot somewhere nounced this weoftthat permla- and 0. A. Andreu. to deal with four major subjects became auspicious of goings-on
I seven-months-old baby. Fun' to Associated Press dispatches near the club house. B |U Vr>..lon had been ; finance and taxation, liquor around the "flat top" and made a

il services were held Monday at- Governor Talmadge signed format Each child will be required to given her to use Mrs. control, the question of matching search. of Sitamore's cell. The
eontery at 2:30: o'clock at Dyal extradition papers for the return take a rest period every day and atmtvTMAS) 'a part of the Nan Torode Federal funds for relief and the search revealed notes from Lar-

with the Rev.'W. E. Hall, of the three men to Florida, cots for this purpose will be fur- SEALS proceeds from' Dies At Lawtey problem now facing municipalitieswhich kin. written to the Jewel thief and lv,
if Green Cove Springs, officiating. but at his suggestion It was agreed nished temporarily by the local the ale for xrayexaminations has been caused by the loss I laying plans for the plotted escape
amenta were under the dl- that they would not be confined National Guard Company. swan=-' of Funeral I of revenue through tax exemption the superintendent said.*
but would be to services were held Mon.
08 of the DeWitt C. Jones permitted come There will be regular Inspection :It tubercular patients day at of homesteads. Mr. Chapman also ,said that
.aDY.Neither. to Jacksonville to post bond for,. of the children by county nurses, I In this morning eleven o'clock at "When all of this Is done and searchers found Bidden In the cella
Kingsley Lake Cemetery, for Mrs
| the truck nor the coupe their appearance when the cases and a careful check will be kepton county. This Is 'Nan Torode, 65 who died divergent views finally converge pair of trousers made from a
called for trial. The three early
are men the first time toward settled thoughts, the State blanket and
pped after the accident and each pupil as to weight and Sunday morning at the i a. rope made from .q
1 license numbers were noted are Felton Mixon, Lamar Mlxon physical condition. that such a privilege home of Bar association should be asked to towels.

,, officers state. and Herman Warmock, of Tarry- Adult School Opens has been her after son a,short W. E.Illness.Torode, In Lawtey, assist In drawing bills along this f Second Try

town, Ga. Adult sought and grant- line for submission to the next legislature Sltamore's first at 'es
| The other three occupant of thetomobile I schools In this county op- The service conducted attempt
received only slight Their attorney at, the extradi- ened last week with'Miss Gwen- H E 1 L P ed.' the chairman Rev. James Lyle was; of and by ," said, Senator Hodges.In cape took"place In June 1933 when '
tion ''hearing told Governor Tal- dolyn Buddlngton In charge at ri.HT said a quartet composed of Mesdames suggesting a committee to he is said to have concealed him

The automobile which Geiger madge that the warrant, chargingthe Starke and W. S. Sibley In chargeat TuecneuLoti Sunday, Dee 2, E. L. Biggs, A. Z. Adklns, and study our tax and finance problem self under the hood of a truck, and
i driving belonged to J. D.rzf men with assault with Intent Brooker, will be observed a.- Tuberculosis Messrs. John.H..Powell and O. A. the Senator said: "Those who wan driven out of the prison confines t
i and was almost"Completely .commit cnurder was the result Openlng-daY"enroltmeut Sunday. Mrs.. Alvt4.B said and Andreu, sang two" hymns. I act on' this advisory committee by two trustees.-"8. waa later *
Iced The young; man was aat of mistaken Identity.: Governor was reported to be twenty-three churches all ovsr thelaad,' as well Interment was made in the should be drawn from big business recaptured,, ."V *

on a farm belonging to'E. Talmadge said that was a matterof pupils, while twelve were ,said to as the local.Baptist, Methodist family plot under the direction of and little business, someone representing Mandcl Scoby; who' ha*' been' E'4--' -

L Bowers. defense which could be presented have enrolled,at Brooker.: and Presbyterian Churches, will the DeWitt p. Jones ; the' large utilities, someone tried here twice on charge of

: at their trial, and asserted, the ..- _n_ hold appropriate services. Pallbearers were: !Active ompany, Har- the small merchant or homeowner having picked Bttamore up and us''
i dispatches stated, that be felt POSTMASTER COMMENDS I 'Headquarters for the sale; which old C. Walir'W. C. Wooten, W.. H. the large land owner and further aiding in his escape, wan

"sure Florida will give these men CHRISTMAS SEAL, SALE opened on Thanksgiving Day,I Edwards, R. R.,Thede, G. W. Rob- small land owner, a committee truly slated for a third appearance In
rry Shippers as fair a trial as they could get Christmas seals belong on the will be In Brown's Pharmacy In- erts and N. Sternberg: Honorary, representative of every Interest, court here next spring,' when the

In Georgia.:' back, not on the front of packagesand stead of Canova's Pharmacy as at J. M. Mitchell W, J. Epperson, E. with the Governor of the state sitting second trail two weeks ago, resulted
of Duval letters, Fred F. Stump, acting first announced.. J. Roberts In as a representative of all In another hung Jury
_. Sheriff Rex Sweat, A. M; Blanchard O. A
lefuseTo Elect I postmaster of Starke, said this Mrs. Alvarez wishes to call the the people." : i
County, and Clyde Saucer a deputy Andrcu and.Ai Z Adklns.
attention of the public' to the attractive He declared that If tax assessors "x+11
attended the hearing, and week. _S urvlvora are one son, W. E. To-
billboard north of town and legislators work in con- Believe Man .Lives'Who
said there were five witnesses who 'In affixing Christmas seals to fod*,;** Lawtey: two sisters'Miss :1
--- the sRle.Vile l of the cert and set a new financial
ut could Identify the dentist's assail- the front of an envelope, users are FIQn.Rs4fotd,tXMra.+( A.. Greene: .
City Relieves State Market. donated the structure It should be
postal regulations he board was by Packet:. as set up
ants. Sheriff Sweat said that the violating twoVbrothefs iWnu and
ing Agreement Is .Not continued. These regulations must Company, Inc:, of Jacksonville.. : OqorgeRadford there will be money enough for all
would be delivered December ajl-, of TBtrwIngham, Ala- Broke
Practical, men 10 by Sheriff E. E. Burch of be compiled with, or articles for Christmas seals will hot only be I ham,,:- three'grandchildren, Mary departments of governments, the Necki
purchased from workers and at { public schools, Institutions of high'
Ga. foreign countries will not be dis- Lucille, Edwin rand' John
Plant City shippers refused to Montgomery County, from this country but headquarters' but will.also,?' on Arthur er learning and all other state Institutions -
patched Torode of
I the State Marketing Agreet Dr. Sternberg Is still in a Jacksonville will be returned to the senders It sale at the A;< &.'P..\*topey/k' t the I + ,"Lawtey.V with ample left over for No Official Report On Tom- r

t Plant City growers,sent hospital suffering from they are known. chairman announced.'t.'j: ,> '* : :*'* BIRTHS not only old'age pension law, but I Raulerson Sine tie WM

Ir first fruit to Northern cities what appears to be a fracture of "To use the Christmas seal on The .." '! 6, ;. Mr and Mrs.. Arthur Mlllkln pensions' for school teachers) and Taken to Jacksonville ,
B"In the same week'according to the skull. He is the son of N. the address side of an envelope Is and bonds sell at from..$S.Zn: .. $5Q..' Starke* boy, November 25. pensions for mothers who have ti.

paper reports. Sternberg; of Starke. > to the mall clerks," r Mr. lost the ..bread-earner'of the family Tom Raulerson 38
often confusing and Mrs. H. C. Kelly, New former resident
I By a vote of seven to four, ship- the postmaster said."However, let GASOLINE CONSUMPTION river;'boy, November,26. by death or misfortune, of this .county, whose neck
from that point refused to Two Are.Killed' me recommend to your' use the October gasoline*consumption In *-i-?,:. .-: i .MM. i i .-" was broken In a tall from a truck

i two members to the controlttee When Auto Burns Christmas seals which go on sale Bradford County stood at 63, 78 FERTILIZER!: CONSUMPTION COACH IN ACCIDENT at a saw mill In Brevard Countyon +

of the marketing agree- In Starke on Thanksgiving Day. gallons, according to figures released Bradford County farmer used ,AFTER GAME HERE November 12 Is l believed to hi

|amt -- The work they have done in this by the State Department of 101'.tons ,of fertilizer during the still alive In a Jacksonville. hospi t,
rn refusing to elect members, Two men are dead and a woman and other communities In Florida Agriculture. This represents a month 'October, e Dade County Major Albert W. Clemmona, assistant tal.

tile shippers of that section folIwed seriously Injured as the result of Is most important to the health of slight Increase over the 63,460 gal used 3307 tons, the largest amount football coach of the Bolles News accounts 'In East Coast paper

the example set by Plant an automobile crash at 8:00: p. m. our citizens lons used In September consumed by any one county.. School in Jacksonville, was) InJured stated this week that Rauler. 1
In an automobile accident
bald! A LOT TO BE THANKFUL FOR while on his 'way home from a "
several weeks ago, refused to Baldwin on the Lake City highway football qulry her discloses that n'O- official
,game: played here Friday
"B a grower member to. the com- ? report has been received from
afternoon between his school andB.
Uttee. Jesse Rhoden, 38, of Eagle Lake, .71L him since he was carried to Jacksonville xs
Under the provisions of the was burned to death when one of : U Op : II. LAccording on November 11. :i
mar- \s\: : 5f-i to members of the
lIung s agreement, the Secretary the cars burst Into flames. Driverof :: *\ Duval County Road Patrol, Major Dr. E. L. Biggs say that Raul
Agriculture has the power tow the machine, Hardy Harris, 38, Clemmons was driving east and erson wa first taken to the home a4

.' lnt control committee member Macclenny grocer, died at 2:55: a. collided with a car going 'In the opposite of relative IP Johnstown and was ;

when not elected by the growMd m. In a Jacksonville hospital. direction driven by Miss later removed to the home of hiss ,

.lit shippers, themselves.: Mrs. R. L.i Conner, 3161 War- Louise Mack, of.Marietta. brother, Elzy Raulerson, in the

J Opposition to the election of rington avenue, wife of an FERA The car which Major Clemmons Wateroak section. Upon Dr. Biggs
embers seriously Injured. advice he was carried to a hospital .. f
at Plant:;City was base worker, was was driving turned over' three }
C11 the allegaMon I.u.a"oa..may Harris' car in which he aDdRhoden' times. Both automobiles were almost in Jacksonville wkere he eoufit
of the growers< In that sec- were riding toward Jacksonville completely demolished. The have the attention of specialist. ,

?are opposed to the agreement, crashed Into the Conner woman driver was not hurt. Ma- It I Is stated that Raulerson slip. ,$,
that because of the perishable 'I machine parked on the rainsoaked jor Clemmons received a. possible ped from the truck and fell in a
fe of strawberries and the ef- highway. Mrs. Conner whose fracture of the nose and Injury to pile of lumber at the saw mill. He
Ie i to i was Immediately taken to the hospital
of weather conditions In nor-I husband had gone to Baldwin his left side.
""' Was the lone In Melbourne, where he wa a
markets, the agreement have a tire repaired,
IIIIuId patient until the time b* wasbrou&ht
Prove automo MISSION MALL
Impractical of the parked
occupant i il p
Bradford Rev: H. L. Chapen, of High her. ds :
county ....
tlready elected grower nave bile.The Immediately Springs, brought the Bible Study .
L. L. Conner as Harris car"and both men ir I message 'at the weekly meeting CRAP GAME!: FATAL ,
representative into flames I
on. the con'e' burst burning ma I Tuesday evening and took as a TO NEGRO PRISONER:
mi"ee. He was chosen at were trapped In the.
aeeung ; subject for same "The Christian'sWalk. ) -
here several. weeks chine. : Charlie Hill, negro convict, I*
. Senral. H. M." Prlngle, of Baldwin, who Bibles were much In evidence being held for grand jury action
pony refrigerators of arrived a few moments after the and freely used in reference work. in Union County as the result of a ?
were shipped from Plant crash pulled Harris from the car. The study was one of the best stabbing tray at the State Prison
III. fruit.rly at sectionlii report- Intense heat prevented Rhoden'srescue. l! given at the Hall; because of the Farm In which Charlie Jones, 31,
In said to great need of understanding along i another negro prisoner., ''lost his
'IUIfertng from dry weather; .Rh'oden, a native of Baker County these lines and the lack of person I life.Witnesses
._ I was a merchant In Macclenny al Investigation from God' Wordon said Hill became angry +"

. NOVA BROTHERS I until he moved to south Florida the subject by Christian people, when Jones won his money In

OPEN ANOTHER STORE ten years ago. He spent Tuesday and also because of the splendid a dice game, a'
I hunting In Baker County. wy /ta which the subject was) A* the negro started to enter the
Saturday alight by the leader. mM hall for supper Thursday
Ienlng!! i In GalneavUle saw the MEETING Present from out of town'were night a guard testified. Hill attacked

three 01 a new drug store ,by | COMMITTEE Committee the following: Rev. and Mrs. Lyle him with a knife he had.,
l1 Canova brothers F. A.. 'The Temperance and children Mr. and :Mrs. R. Red smuggled from the prison butcher .
V:" and 1.. For several years meeting will be Friday, 3:30 p. m. dish and children and Mr. H B. Ar- shop. ;

r;;: have operated the .,Johnson with Mrs O. E.. Stansbery. Vlal-' wood of LmwUy; Mrs. Stern of Jones was cu'the'> face and '.

" Company In that.city.. and tots welcome.' Leesburg, and Mrs. Stanley Car- : the back.. -_ q
C8llova Pharmacy In Starke. ; ? .. .. + nell of Ormond. Hill I II serving a ten year aen- a

e lIew store U located''on the A prince with a prize collec- Next Week the study will be In 'tense from Peo County. Jonas

Weat cOmer of the square in tion of beetles and a baron who charge of Rev Ed Lubin of Jacksonville was convicted of larceny In Marion, \\.r.: ,
Ie. and eqUipmeDt. and owned a collections of 20,000 fleas .w.1.t \ --a former 'I3tarke' boy. County and sentenced to ,ten _
.....re. for the building the exhibitions at Ber- M. TOil are Invited to bear him year, #1:
' a .cost.more were among : .
.\:,, ITSGO, It Ia said '.. lin's annual Insect show last :year. yIn i, w- ,

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BRADFORD comrrr n:............. 6TARKFLORIDA FRibAY. NOVEMiRER. g0' I In 1931
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Writers Lt-ve Community Us by Tues. Noon

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, BROOKER Ileilbronn Springs ZIFF GUM BRANCH RISINGMrs. spending some time at Branford..
HAMPTON Fla., where they were
Miss Lola Mo Lewis Cor. Miss Elizabeth Homage Cor. : IL M. McRae, Correspondent on aCt
Miss Thelma Rhoden Cor. ,
i' count of the illness
Minn Ads NI...... C.ere.e.ndwti5 Miss Vera Galney, Correspondent of their Son

Chicken Supper, )ec. 7 A large crowd; 't'm;; here attended Mrs. Mary -Kite 'of JacksonvilleIs Services were' '(conducted;' at Rock Mr. W.. P. Willis-- of Plnetta, I Ernestine J. W. Budlngton, and Miss and LIllie daughter McRae, I Leslie Mr. Hicks.and Mrs. O. L. Brown '

2 The ladies of the Christian the diamond ball game at the spending a while here with hereon church Saturday and Sunday of Gra-by Florida spent Monday night with: were visitors to Melrose Sunday; I Double Run attended church of

Church will serve an oyster and Transient Camp at the Tung Oil and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. D. Pastor Rev Lloyd Johns his sister, Mrs. W. F. Hainage! Mr. and Mrs. H: M..McRae anJ Sunday. here
i chicken supper at the school Farm Sunday afternoon.Mrs. L. Kite. ham.Mr. and her son, J. A. Harnage. din- i Mrs. C. C. Summer and
December the 7th. The and little daughter Odessa were baby
and Mrs. Lonnie Mann
Friday of which will be used for Hampton Co&crly, of Okee- Lawyer Warren of Jacksonvillewas at- Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and son, ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. were visiting her mother, Mrs
and Mr. J. W. were
. proceeds books for the chobee is spending a while here a business visitor bare Mon- son Starke last J. C. attended church at Rock Bowers in Boatdraln section Sun- : Llzzl Tyler Thursday afternoon'Mr
, purchasing song with her mother, Mrs. Sally Mott. tending to business in Sunday and was the dinner guestsof and Mrs. J. Wilson were vis.

church.Come and bring friends Rev. G. E. McGauley and daugh- day.Mr.. and Mrs. D. L. Kite and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Johns day.Misses Leola Norman of Wood- fling in this section Wednesday at-
your : B.
Thomas and
and Mrs. R.
. ters, Juanita and Connie attended Mr. ternoon.
Mrs. Thornton were visitors to Mr. and Mrs. Tate Alvarez spent
and ft good for a small lawn and Ida Mae Lewis spent
get supper
church services at North Pleasant daughter Miss Hazel were O. T. Nelson made
Lake Geneva Monday.Mrs. part of last week with her parents, with Audrey and a business
price Mrs. Thomas's mother, Mrs. E. Monday
f Grove Sunday. ing trip to Starke Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Edwards
Cora Jones has with her Vesta McRae.
Howard of Fair Banks Sunday.
1 Union Thank8J1vlnKen'lce!! Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen and now her mother from Spring Mrc. Everett Burney and her parents The young people of this section .
The Hampton Baptist Sunday E. A. Gainey were transacting Grove Va., who will spend a. while Mr. and Mrs. Harlie Varnes and Mr.. and Mrs. Skipper and enjoyed a birthday surprise partyat Rain has not been known for
. II.School will render a program at ,business in Gainesville Tuesday. children were in our section Sun- Mr. Henry' Sapp of Lawtey were the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. three years on some farms in the

'y 1& the Baptist Church, on Thanksgiving I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kelley are here.Mrs.. Edna Harley and daughter, day.Mr. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Lavender given in honor of their Rudolph Lake district of the Kenya
" the proud parents of a baby girl and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and colony in East Africa
evening, beginning at 7:00.: Shirley, are visiting their mother, Sapp Thursday son, F. Lavender Tuesday night,
dl; This is a union Thanksgiving born November 15. Mrs. R. U. Parmenter this week. sons L. O. and Johnnie and daughter :Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and Nov. 27th. It being his nineteenth -than-1,000.000 aMore

service. Everybody Is Invited to We are very glad to report that Mrs. pony-ward of Starke was Lula Mae were visiting In children of the State Farm were birthday. have been lost British members

be there and participate. In the' Mrs. .O.+" W. Barry has Improvedvery the guest of her brother, Walter Jack80nvUSunday.\ the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Quite a number'of people of this unions in the last by nine trade
; service.. ** much after being sick for Starling last Monday. Dr. Blggh, of stat-ke'wu'ln our Sapp Monday. section attended the revival meeting medicines. years
.f seceral weeks. section of this week. .
w one day at Bethel Church"Sunday.-
Mr. Clarence Moore spent Sat- Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and
a Personal.* Mr. and Mrs. Seab Duke and urday night in Graham the guestof Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal, of Graham daughters, Helen and Dorothy,'at- Remember the services at Pine
',\ Rev. Cooke, pastor of the Methodist Mrs. Martha Dukes were visiting Norman Johns. was visiting Mrs. Dyal's pa- tended the Singing Convention at Level Church this weeK-end.. Elder GRAND t'NIO.V
.p Church here, will fill his regular friends and relatives here Sunday rents, Mr. and Mrs J. W. Lewis China Grove Sunday W.E. Hall, pastor. TEA COMPANVSuperlor
.{ appointment next Sunday Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowells of A very large crowd..attended the A large crowd from here attended One Coffee, Tea SpUr
chicken and dance Miss Melba demons spent Fri- Food
supper givenat SpeclaJtleHouMe'
spent Sunday here as
morning and evening. Mlcanopy homeof
the at the
the home of Miss Beatrice Un- cane grinding day with Miss Bertlce. Norman. SAXTON hold Necessities
of her Mrs. Sally
.i- and Marvin Blrt have guest mother, Miss Erma Stokes
; C. L. May motto derhill last Wednesday night. Messes Elizabeth Harnage and >Ir.. W. A. Tyler. Corre.posdestMr Coupons with purchases I't'dl..m.able -
home after a
returned to their night. -
.r business trip to Washington, D. C. Mr.;and Mrs. W. D. Webb had as We are very sorry to know that v Alice Edwards were the guests of W. R. Swanbom who is em- taken for at useful home articles.and Orders
1,'$ Mlles Ethel Stone who has been their guests Sunday Mr and Mrs. Mr. Frank Robinson is on thd and Lonzy were vslitors to Cedar Misses Mildred and Audrey Norman ployed In' Ft. Myers spent the your deliv

.'k spending the summer months in Johnnie Clements, Mr. and Mrs.J. sick list this week. Keys last week. Sunday.. week-end here with his family.Mr. ered.Responsible man wanted at
j Philadelphia, has returned to her E. Humight, Mr. and Mrs. Herse Miss Rebecca Monds of Jack- Mr. W. C. Rhoden, Jr., left last Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp and son, and Mrs. J. C. Dixon of SalesmanC.
. 1 home here. Humlght, Mr. and Mrs. Perry, Mr. sonville was visiting her sister, :Monday for Gulf Hammock wherehe Charles Edward were, visiting her Lawtey spent >Sunday: with Mr. C. CALLAWAY, Distributor
her and Mrs. E. H. Garnder, Mr. and Mrs. Eva Robinson last Saturday. Is employed with his brother, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Alvarez and Mrs. W. A. Tyler. P. O. Box 531, Green Cove Spgi.i .
i Mrs. M. Ward Is visiting Mrs.. M.,T. Abrnder. I Mr. M. Rhoden and sons, Owen Lee Rhoden. Sunday.. Rev. and Mrs.. E.. S. Hicks are .
daughter, Mrs. Bishop Surrency' oft
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.. Mrs. C. J. Frailer end 'sons,
Charlie and Bobble, of Chicago, kITCNeNwiir

1 are visiting her parents, Mr. and \ ;

i';, Mrs.:,..L. C. Smith. '
' The Rev. C. O. Butler filled his
-", regular appointment at the Christian
.:1 Church Sunday. The young 1' IAA
"f\ people of the community gave a ,

Thanksgiving program, which was ,
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followed by a Thanksgiving ser ,
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: month-old daughter of Mr. and
(4Mrs.. .'J. A.. J. McKlnney, died Nov. THE FAlfILY'NEXT DOOR The Woman Of It I
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h Nov. IB at the Christian church,

'c, and were conducted by the. Revs .. '- ..... "' " ,.-- SAYi WHATrB ill' A.CV TCMPCR.COOKS? BUT I MA
,f'' L. C. Smith: Interment was at the '
: Sante Fe She la sur EtchI ASCE
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''l4" vlved by her father and mother, SOMETIME' *. $f'STtRRIBtI I a' TIME!, N ZNINa A3
:;& five> brother and three sisters. ., I Md1ERe YOU RIaNT TIM! Fog
'r\ Mrs Edd Parrish returned Sun-
,'. day from South Florida where she ?.
; spent stew days with her daughter MAD
'W and son, Mrs. Pearl Dryden,
,J and Lem Parrish.
*'\ Mr. and Mrs.' Willard Smith ,/

;':f and,, sons, J. W. and Paul, and ac
Mr'and Mrs. Olin Graves and lit.
i tie daughter.._Shirley Lorene, of: Ia
T, Wlndemere were visiting relatives sIf
't( over the week-end.
'? J.V W, Reynolds and Frank Reynolds -
J were visiting relatives at
Fairfield Sunday.

,' Mrs. J. H. Surrency returned
1 Sunday from Hart Haven, where
: she had been visiting,her. daughter

1; Mr. Mack MCKilule.V .
, <. A.; A. Armatead Mrs.. W. T. ,
'... Watson and Mrs. Mollie Hodge +a

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and MR. L. C. Smith Sunday. ; ;' -
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= nadoes Just wouldn't get mad and 1\11'8. Rlt(>h'. Room ATHLETIC? ASSOCIATIONSELLING ELE NTinCII! : rL- '!

Bolles made a touchdown each Wa are thankful for !
I ; Bradford High School Journal quarter. The second quarter touch- things.. ''We have a newly tinted The program In the elementary '
I down did not have an extra point room. Our mothers helped us to Bo Used for Pitying chapel consisted of a health\ skit i\ '/

added to it. have it by coming/ to P. T, A. Roberta Football Debt and Buying by Mrs. Jeanette Klncald' room :

I At' the end of the third quarter Whitfield gave us a nice pic- IfcuikrttNkU EquipmentThe and a short play "The Story of
--- :>, the score stood 200. At the begin'ning I turo of an Indian for our walls. The Little Red" presented under 'I'the ,

STAFF'poroth APPRECIATION AND Tornadoes Beaten of the fourth- quarter the Tor- Mrs. Alvarez. brought .us our Athletic Association Is selling direction of Mrs. Grace Wain'J':'J,

I'IBPP' :iat'EditorInChiefDorothy i SYMPATHYJust nadoes began Jo play hard. When i!I Health Banner for being one of subscriptions to the Ladles wright. :

) n- Editor how much do we show our By Bolles SchoolIn the the quarter was five minutes old the healthy rooms last year. We Home Journal; Saturday Evening In the health skit Marjorie Sue ii;

M rwlckExchange_Aunt EchanB; appreciation? Mdat people are Tornadoes"tiad fought their I hope to keep it. Post; and the Country Gentlemanat MIddlcton was the mother of a ";
a Irm race. 9iorkwell._,.Llterarr.EdItor grateful in their minds for the 20-14 Combat 40.way from their ten yard line to the real bargain prices The pro- group of children who were taught ,',J I

"rJorle 1I1..rwlck.. Jr. :-Sport Editorwulsepsnl'ker. things done for them but"do not Then Harrell made 16 yards on Fifth Grade New ceeds will bo used to pay off the health habits by such character .,
A. W ,Ander on.-Ant.SOCiety Editor often express their feelings In Tornadoes have Opponents On a pass and a moment later Merrill football debt and to buy basket-II as "Spinach," "Carrot" "Tomato"/ ,
,." ._.___ Editor words or deeds The Run When Game Edwards received a pass and ran Miss Eunice Perkins, Teacher I'ball equipment for 'the coming "Sunshine," "Sleep," "Milk" and 'r .
ffi AteLJoks fifty yards for a touchdown! We are studying about the '
plRRpberB Editor There are so many things in End season.; "Fresh Air. This was a very Interesting -
". .lIe'' f ;-.Aut, Joke Editor our Harrell kicked the extra Southern States and have made i
'Whlttleht lives that we take point Everyone buy or renew number
for your
A.Juno W. Ander.on, Jr. Ent.rtalrim.nt Editor. with the thought that they granted are due or The B. H. S. Tornadoes met making the score 7.20 in favor of products.two very good .posters of southern subscription to any or all of the The play "Tho rtory of the i

,.?? )(118 Brannenatanma: Editor us and we are entitled to them Bolles School (Jacksonville) out Bolles. In art class we have made some above magazines and help your. Little Red" told he story of the S?
at the Harrell kicked off to Bolles and
anyhow. We municipal field last self to a real bargain also
Fri- ; help first Christmas
accept the kindness seals for the benefit ,,4
lar1 LurllleElementary DepartmentAo.weil ; : day and the ball went to their 25 yard line. clay pottery and have drawn Pilgrims -
and help offered by our were beaten 2014. the Athletic Association and the of the tuberculer and the storyof
._Junior HI Reporter parents The They made two end turkeys and pumpkins. Wa
Noegel preachers and friends as Tornadoes made those 14' runs a gainof Curtis Publishing Company. the first tuberculosis sanatorium '
a matter Ii
Joints In the 7 yards. and then Weeks by a have also made some Pilgrim ... .
of last ten minutes
course Seldom do we real- of booklets. ,, which was founded by Dr. Edward
NOVEMBER ize that the game in a sudden "last hard effort leaped Into the air i '
we, ourselves, are moment" Livingston Trudeau In 1885:
expected and Most of. us went to the circus NINTH GRADE GIVESCHAPEL
November comes from the Latin to show some sort of gratitude. revival of the "fighting intercepted a pass turned and at Saranao Lake in New York t
Thursday and enjoyed seeing the PROGRAM FRIDAY
ran 40 for
yards another
L H. : spirit. touchdown -
word, Novem. which means nine. Then too It is a slight touch of '' elephants ponies and clowns The cast of this play was taken
I the ninth month of that The started again kicked the From the i
November was envy often keeps us from game by us kicking rooms that won
th. so It la called November. complimenting the other fellow off to Bolles 22 yard line. Their goal and now the score was 14-20. Mr. Beaaleya freshmen had banners last year.
year Miss Room
on Another touchdown and extra Ruby Lllley' charge of chapel last Friday third
should look forward to this some good work that receiver ran it back six to
We he has yards
done. their 28 point would beat them! 'We have begun work In our period. Though the numbers were
Instead of dreading the For before
when being downed.
month, one of our After I They kicked off The ball trav- Peter and Peggy Work Book. good some of the players had not
cold weather. schoolmates accomplish something two center rushes for I again i eled to We like them We OVIR
our fifteen yard mark. Merrill very much. will practiced enough. WORUo
November has one of the most worthwhile or outstanding we are of seven yards five of which' Edwards received the ball and read In the primer Monday. First was two songs, "Faith of !

important holidays of the year, disappointed that we failed to they lost for an off sides penalty, 'I ran it back to-the forty-five yard We are learning about the Indians Our Fathers," and "Blessed Gospel NERVES ;
Thanksgiving, which la al think of doing the same they punted to our 25 yard line. "
i that of thing or mark. A thirty yard run on the and the Pilgrims.Fourth Bells Following this was the
1 the fourth Thursday in No- that we are not as capable as he. Our receiver was down In his
ways kick-off. Then Edwards made ten II usual prayer and Flag Salute
vembcr. We should always give tf we do offer him any commendation and Lamar Smith plunged yards on a pass and Weeks followed Grade The regular part of the pro-
for the gifts, many opportunities It is sometimes given rather through center for 4 yards, Merrill ,kda
thanks with a twelve, yard gain. 1 Mrs. Hart's Room gram was begun by a grammar
and other things that grudgingly. Let us try appreciatIng for Edwards 2 went around right end Then after an incomplete pass a We have completed another school chorus "Baby Take a Bow." 6}

have been done for us during the people for a change and see if more and Lamar Smith good one to Weeks was' made. It I month, taken tent and received our After this WAS one of Guest'spoems a
and thank God for all we are not happier, have again went through center makIng "
year, Stop many it wan good for twenty-five yards- report cards. "The Radio, recited by
these things and let other people more friends and are much better a first down. and there the game ended. Forty- Our claws has been drawing Virginia Maud Fugate.

know you are thankful. Do unto I liked. We were penalized; fifteen yards eight yards in three minutes the Thanksgiving pictures. Next two grammar school girls

others as you would have them do I Along with appreciation comes for roughness and after two unsuccessful ball on the opponents ten yard line Ten of our girls were In the rendered a tap dance.

unto you. Try to make someone sympathy. We should be more eag- attempts at Bolles line and then on the run, and the boy High; School program last Friday. Then (a play, "Pocket Sized Minstrels
for it Is more blessed to 'er to praise people and look for the we kicked and recovered. The and
happy fighting hard. The game had to Most of us! attended the circus was: given a junior
give than receive. good In them rather than to blameor kick counted" a down so we had end. If the game had lasted only last week girls chorus sang, "Moonlight Sav.

Adelaide Procter san:: :' condemn them. Everyone needs to kick again. Thla time it carriedto two minutes longer the Tornadoes Joe Andrews, 3rd. Ing Time"

Give thy hearts best trea.tt::-, sympathy sometime In life. Bolles 48 yard line. Merrill would have probably defeated Last but not least was a play

From fair nature lear:; Perhaps this little poem expresses Edwards kicked both times. Bollea by a score of 2120. THANKSGIVING BOXES telling the origin of the Christmas .1 L
Give thy love-and ask ups, the meaning of my talk better Bolles made a line plunge for As it was-the boys did well to Seal:
lhan what I have five yards. On the next down they This week being Thanksgivingweek p
Whynot a return! I said: score against Bolles as they have After announcements by Mr 1 --
several classes of B. H. S.
And the'more thou spendest "Comfort one were penalized five yards for off defeated the majority of their -
another opponents have to Cray during which ha urged everyone UP TO your ean In .art- 4
planned give ThankiglvlngBoxen
sides making it the second down-
From thy little store For the.way is often dreary this year. to families.' Each to buy Christmas Seals, andif every nerve at high tension.No .
With a double bounty ten yards to go. Then after an All the boya ltd excellent work many wonder yon snap at tha wtfa
And the feet are often asked possible bonds, chapel was dismissed
weary student to is to
Incomplete pass they completed a wishing help and bark at the chudran.Wateh .
Gcd will give thee morel! And the heart Is sad. and played a (lean, hard game, .
very 15 yard pass and the Bolles receiver bring anything which he can contribute out! Overwwkadarras
and we hope they will have better I
We should do our part towards There Is a heavy burden
bearing, morning. .- -- .
Wednesday Any- -- .lead to
turned and ran 39 yards for a luck with Alacbua today if they may SlaaplaaNervoua *-
making this world a better place to When it seems that none are touchdown! They made the extra play them. thing such as oranges pecans, SOCIETY .**.. headache. Mat** 4,
live so forget the past and let us caring. point making the score 7-0 In their jams jellies etc", will help to make em Indlraatlon and a boat sit
live for the present and see if we And that half forget that ever we favor. News up boxes which will be very ac ether nnpUasant distorUuwafc
can't do better. Let's k3ep In mind were glad! High Third Grade ceptable. Of course we will not Among those spending the week Why' don't" you' try Dr. MOaa?
Then bates kicked off to us, the end in Gainesville and those attending
h'i' EffervMcea* NarrtaM Tabletat
what Longfellow says;) in his The circus gone so maybewe be fable to help but if
"Psalm of Life. "Comfort one another ball going to our goal line. It everyone the Homecoming football Joel .. In a half claaa. .t
can get dowp to work again! we are able to make Thanksgiving, C
Trust not Future was duely brought out to our 20 game and social activities were water make* a plaaMnt, nwrfc.to .
however( pleas We really have a room now that truly for
more Thanksgiving some
ant With 'a hand-clanp close and tender yard line. On the first down Mines Dorothy Sapp, Louise Snyder drink delightfully' oothhigto
a partition ho* been put up. one, we too, will have more to be orar-taxad .
Smith went around left end for a and Lillian Sternberg Myra nerve
Let the dead past bury its dead! With the: sweetness love can ren- net gain of thirteen yards mak- We are sorry; that so many of thankful for. and Myrna Frlnk. Dr. JUW N..... to cow
Act act In the living present! .... .k two form -Uquid i iKfferraaeant aai t
Heart der ing it a first down; then Merrill our pupils are. absent on accountof Miss Dorothy Sapp motored to *
; and Cod overhead! wiioozrrr Tablet Botk law
And look of sickness or' work.
friendly !
Edwards lost a yard which was Ocala Saturday. '
Armistice Day is a very import Do not wait with grace unspoken followed by an incomplete pass. We are :earning) [ to make book Is a girl. Miss Mildred Hundley motoredto the MOM at soothing drag effect.tLM MamNERVINE.

ant historical day in November, While life's daily bread Is broken- After a two yard gain around reports so will know how to by Is a blond. Lake City Saturday year

which la the eleventh This was Gentle speech is oft like manna the right end we were forced to the time we get in high school. Height: S feet 6 Inches. Among those attending the ,_ M'' r ; ,' c

the day. the World- War ended. I from the skies. kick. It went to our own 40 yard After making two reports we get Weight: 113 pounds Florida-Georgia Tech football )('(! ll { Yi
-0- line end there the first! quarter our name on a "Reading Club" Pretty smart In ,studies and Is game in Gainesville Saturday were j' Ife'1.1'C
Covlet aatlicrj: have:: opened a Approximate! 1,000,000 radios ended. chart then for each two reportswe a senior, Ronald Pitts. Keeffa Harold Jame ( )

college at Leningrad for gifted I were sold In England and Wales I The second and third quarterswere get a gold.star by our name Last veek'a answers Lillian Hair, Bill Edwards Robert Chapman OO I
children displaying literary talent. in I Miss Teacher i \ 11 i Y s
1933. much like the first the ,Tor- Lucil4.Edwards, Sternberg

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Parent-Teacher Sunday School Class Baptist Training Christian Endeavor- Meets\ I future--members--- of our ..- !

Association MeetingThe Honors Mrs.' WarrenThe Union ConferenceOne The The program this salI '
Intermediate Christian En-
Friday 'W
I( P. T. A. met Wednesday the Intermediate Girl's Sunday hundred and fifty-five Bap-I deavor met Friday afternoon, at I la charge Of Robert Jackson"

f3ocictyjJ 21st in the school auditorium the School class of the Methodist tists front seventeen churches the Presbyterian Church. at we the will Manse.have a Thanksgiving pa
meeting being presided over by the Church, entertained last Friday within'ry radius of sixty miles reg- A fine was with
president, Mrs. K.: K. Ferryman evening at the Parsonage at a miscellaneous istered at the 'Baptist Training Billy Jackson program in charge.given There Blake Jackson,
-- The meeting was opened by shower, complimentingtheir Union Conference held at the First R ,
were three visitors, and port
prayer by Rev. B. M.'Montgomery, teacher -Mrs.': J. P. Warren Baptist Church, Friday, Nov. 23rd, Billy --.- !
U. D. C. Will Former Baptist Pastor after which Mrs. Jeanette Kin- nee Miss Louise Smith a recent I Starke, Florida. Elaine Marwlck and Patsy Ruth There are more than 1l D,
Meet WednesdayThe Visits Friends Here caid's grade gave a short health brlde..J: Doctor WUllan State Sunday Walnwright. Billy'and Elaine are lepers In India.
play. "A Good Thanksgiving" was School and B. Y. P. U. secretary, .
W. T. Weeks Chapter of the Rev, C. A. Odom, of Greenville, the title of a poem recited by Large bnaKcts'Were: of used yellow to decor chrysanthemums who Is conducting the twelve con-
United Daughters of the Confederacy South Carolina spent the week- Keith Pitts from the third
grad; ate the ferences throughout the state said
living and dining rooms of
will meet Wednesday afternoon end. W.In Starke Morgan visiting and renewing Mr. and Mrs.J. old. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr.,' this home, and a most enjoyable the Starke conference was one of Mrs. OerWeGodbeyKinlaw$
read an interesting paper. the best attended thus far. Florist
December 6th, at three acquaintances In Starke.In evening was spent in playing
Taking part in a play which was: and The conference began at 2:30:
games lovely gifts were
o'clock, at the home of Mrs. E. L. many
1908, twenty-six years ago, founded on an incident In the life presented to Mrs.. Warren by these with a devotional service led by FLOWERS FOR ALL
Biggs. Hostesses Mrs. Biggs, Rev. Odom was pastor of the First of Dr. Trudeau were Buddy Andrews young folks. Rev. C. B. Price, pastor of the local I OCCASIONS
Mrs. O. L. Beaaley.i .. Baptist Church here, and at that Tommy Rltch Ralph Late' church. This was followed by Dainty Corsages Baskets of
in the evening light re- Flowers
time Church clerk
Mr. Morgan was
Rhodes L'Etta Corpenlng Ida addresses by Mr. O. K. Radford,
and treasurer which office he held Lulu Davis and Juanita Barefoot. freshments was served by the State B. Y. P.- U., :Field Worker Artistic Floral DesignsWe
committee assisted Mrs. B. M. !
until a few years ago when he re Because of having fourteen parents by and Doctor W. W. Willian, State
signed. During Rev. Odom's: pas present, Mrs. Jeanette Kin- Montgomery. I Secretary. The roll call revealed TELEGRAPH FLOWERS Anywhere, Any
torate here he officiated" at the cald'a grade won the prize. About twenty-five young people that the First Baptist Church of Member florist Time
k RITZ THEATRE wedding of Mr. and Mre.ir:: ."*T. The president told of plans for enjoyed this lovely affair Hastings brought the largest number A Guaranteed Telegraph and Bonded Delivery Service Association

STARKK, FLORIDA Quigley prominent Starke residents opening a nursery school, whichis to the conference from the
part of the FERA program for Music Club MeetsThe greatest distance. 311 CHURCH ST. PHONE No 40
PROGRAMBEGINNING I Rev. Odom conducted tha morn- Bradford County. Miss Winnie Rlckett Young
Ing service! at the Church Sun- Fortnightly Music Study Peoples' worker from North Carolina STARKE FLORIDAFreshly
Club met at the home of and
\ FRIDAY I day, and his old friends, as well as Junior Music Club Mrs O. W. Alderman Friday Mrs evening the guest speaker, discussed
the he made this I ; Intermediate and Junior
TIIURS.-FRI., NOV. 29-80 new ones during I problems
To Be with 'L.
I OrganizedA Mrs. A. Canova in '
visit were'glad. of the privilege to after which a one-hour conference
"The Gay Divorcee"Ginger hear him. Junior Music Club will be -charge of the( program. Duringthe was held for all departments.
at the Manse next Wed- business session conducted by
ift;J Roger*-Fred ibtalreAlice' Rev. Odom was enroute to St. Mrs. O. H.., Reverend B. F. Green pastor of Rousted! Freshly Ground;
nesday afternoon Dec S, at three Lowry president a
Brady-Edw. Everett Petersburg a visit with his Woodlawn Baptist Church, Jack
MortonSATURDAY mother and other relatives. ,,o'clock'with 'Mrs. L. A. Canova, splendid resume of the all-day sonville, delivered the afternoon
meeting in Gainesville with the COFFEE
Counselor.- Carols of different nations address to the young people after
i DEO. 1 I will be the topic for discus- Northern District' of Music Clubs which four group conferences were o
"When A Man SeesRed" sion and practice. was presented by Mrs.. Donald Selected from the finest coffee groanand
FRESHMVP Children between the ages of MacQueen. held.One of the high spots of the
r seven and sixteen years, who are The Northern District which is afternoon service was the Inter- blended three.ways to suit r\err
Buck Jones Interested in music, are invited to composed of all federated music mediate Sword Drill in which ten taste.
attend this meeting.Mrs. clubs in Crystal River, Daytona Intermediates extraor- tnxrtanxro
displayed O'clock
EKht Red Circle
N 8DN.-MON., DEC. 2 and 8 Q. H. Lowry, President Bokur
Beach. Eustla, Gainesville. Jack- dinary ability in the use of the mmxx
ftf, "Peck's Bad Boy"Jackie A- Fortnightly L Music Study Club. sonville, Lake City Orlando Bible. [WHEREtcoNOMTHgjI Lb 19c 23c 27c

CoopeJ'lo-TbolJlall' ,, Starke and Winter Park, has been Refreshments were served by the
l\lelghan-Jaekle Snarle '.- invited to hold its next annual ladles of the Starke Baptist
Also II 3 TREATS meeting in the Woman's Club' Church'at six o'clock. r. IONA BRAND-PLAIN OR SELFRISINGFLOUR -=
''y NEWS AND COMEDY House at Starke with the Fortnightly The Better Speaking Contest for
Music Study group as host. Seniors was held after a short devotional -
TiJES.-WED., DEC.4 and 5 -AT CHICKEN; Mrs L. A. Canova reported extensive I service. The decision of

f :"College Rhythm" BARBECUE plans for a Junior Music ,. the Judges was as follows: Miss

;M Joe Penner-Lanny ROM THE MAGNOLIA //1. PORK BARBECUE Club, beginning,.:with a study of Agnes Rawls, Jacksonville, first; .S-lb' paper 10-lb. paper 21-lbs. 48.Urn
h Jack Oakle-Lyda ItoberU BEEF Christmas carols study of music Mr. Hugh Walters, Starke second;

-ADDED ATTRACTION- FISH MARKET BARBECUEAlso Toy history Band., and the organization of a Cove and Miss Springs Myrtle, third.Bennett, Green 21c ,39c 89c $1.75

Every Friday and Saturday Oysters and Chill Owlni''to the length of the les- The First Baptist Church of
"THE WOLF DOG" APALACIIICOLA OYSTERS son, Mrs. Canova divided the Sec- Woldo, Reverend Wi B..Hicks, pastor GRANDMOTHER'S-FRESH Plain or Sliced
Serial-Episode No. 4-Friday FOR YOUR TURKEY HALL'S: PLACID ond Period of American Music and brought a i group of young M-O 18-Oz. 24-Oz.

s ,and Saturday Nov. 80-Dec. 1 DRESSING Near Seaboard Station very ably crave OB that- which comprised people who put on a demonstration -
I I'' Natlona\''Airs nd-Sa"c-red program for the B. Y. P. U. BREAD: 6c 8c lOc
I I Hymns,, reserving Secular Music The evening address was deliveredby
., 1 I for the next (fcwotlng, which will Miss Winnie Rickett of North GRANDMOTHER'S-DELICIOUS 1-lb. 2-lb. 5-II.
ea be held Friday December 14, at Carolina.
r 7:30: p.m. with Dr. and Mr. G. H. The entire meeting was charac- FRUIT CAKE 39c 75c $1.75
Lowry at the Manse. terized by a serious determinationin
sA tbe part of the young people to
GREEN'S STORE Sub-Deb'CIub' Organized better acquaint themselves with
the work of their various organiza-
The first meeting of the Sub- tions and to be of more service to PRESERVES 2-16-oz.jars 33cA&P
4 Deb club was held Tuesday after- their respective churches.
noon at the home of Misses Katie FANCY _

Telephone 86 DELIVERY SERVICE and Virginia short business Fugate.A .meeting was Baptist Circles NoticeThe PUMPKIN! No. 2
Large lOc
held when officers for the club, Circles of the Woman's Mis- can,
was elected as f ijlows:, '' sionary Union of the First Baptist
President, ".oF I Cell.J..ee.Peek;j Church will meet Monday after- '
'FRIDAY SATURDAY NOV.. 30 and DEC; VicePresident"., Katie Fugate; noon at;three-thirty o'clock. FANCY'IW s:-NO. I MAINEIRISHPOTATOES
,nN "I- Secretary, Gloria Johns; Treasurer Circle Number One will meet
J Lorraine Smith and Reporter. with Mrs. Rawson J. Davis, at her lOLbs. 12c
6 L BS. 12-LUS.: 24-LBS Margaret Hair.T home on Madison Street.

I fLOUR 25c 45c 87c Plans were made for a party to Circle Number Two will meet FRESH BEETS BUNCH 100
1' I k I be held on Tuesday, December 4, at with Mrs. S. L. Peek at her homeon e FRESH CARROTS BUNCH '7Uc
kt the home of Lorraine Smith, and it East Madison Street. FRESH TOMATOES Pound '
t RAMBLER, Self-Rising 30c 53c 99cHMV1IXO is expected that we will have more Circle Number Three will meet LETTUCE Fancy Head "jc'
girls to join the club soon. I with Mrs. J. L. Silcox, at her home. CELERY Fancy Stalk lOc
The. following .girls are members I All members of the circles are RHUBARB Pound 12y c
: urged to attend these meetings. HUBBARD SQUASH Pound 6c
Edna Pearce, Margie McMillan Middleton- FANCY Pound lOc

I fCOFFEE, .2 Lbse 25c MEAL l 10.Lbs. '22c Lillian Frances Elizabeth Stump DitteauJewell Craig Virginia Katie Gassett Fugate Fugate,, Entertain Mrs. Circles BANANAS 4 Lbs. 15c.

I.l Mrs. W. E. Middleton will entertain -
'" Lorraine Smith, Frances Lee Peek,

PRINCE c....*. ;;*:-'....* ,,..J U- Gloria Johns Margaret Hal., Society both circles of the of the Methodist Mission SAUERKRAUT 2 No. 2/ Cans 25c
: SUGAR -5 Lbs. 23c ;Margaret Hair, Reporter, ary
Church Monday afternoon at three
ALBERT Can lOc l'' estimates ed o'clock.
It has been game
.w. PEAS No. 2 Can 25c I
CHARMER animals in the national forests SINGING CONVENTION
.. have Increased 40 per cent since Bradford AnnualSlni'lng
The County
HI-PLANE :, --f? 1926. ,
convention meta December
COFFEE Can 17c MEAT 9oz. Plig. lOc
9th at Water Oak Baptist
[tJi J.1.TO"DACCO 2 Cans 15c 1 .From the Editor of The Church located on the Starke and
Raiford road. There will be sing-
Pound 18c
; BESTWH1TE American
; s; Boy ing all day and dinner will be

OUR SPECIAL -\ '. During the coming year, the boysof served. Everyone is invited to att .
> tend. The convention will be one --- -
BACON Lb. 15c America will pet a hulf-fara rate
to adventure) and fun THE AMERICAN year old on that day.5WcIba WILSON' CERTIFIED

''j'4 RICE 5 Lbs. 18c --- the nation'BOY-.YOUTH'S leading macasln COMPANION for CHILI CON CARNE 23c
;j FANC)' PLEEZING com boys ll.OO.formerly A three-year S2.f)4) a year now
t tlon. previously fa.60; RUMFORD

BANANAS 4Lbs.: 13c PUMPKIN No 2i/2'can.15c I lice THE.w.ob Griffith heartyaimurance'AMERICAN! Ogden' IIOV.Ellis, bring.t editor the boy newprice of BAKING POWDER / -lb.17c; I-1b27e

.,. will In no way affect the editorial CRISCO 1-lb. can 18c 3-lb. can 53c
content of the iu2 3lne. It
.wllli be .an large 'a. beautifully
ALL KINDS i printed ..aa.. full ever 01 hlvh-nplrtled. .adventure LIFEBUOY SOAP 3 Cakes 20c

:f TOMATOES No. 2 7c FRUIT CAKE MATERIAL THE has AMERICAN been! no BOY' Mr.leader.El 15c
can ,'r'IP.:: i .. "We publish: n'e magazine RINSO 2Pkgs.
on the firm belief that boy
'deserve a makaaiiDr. a. Good a. .any
,publication v tor laninwiv-up*. Bo w e .
: NO. 1 MAINE 11' !use,the beat tUwsBKttora obtainable
I i_w..ll-U M .I .
+maEa" nee, We ...n4 our
II staff writer. all- *ver. the country 15c
dla-clnir up the JsJMeatlner I
-' POTATOES 10 Lbs science, Interviewing 'warld-faraou,
lOcI .athlete.explorer- talking .to coaches-- .and, WHITE HOUSE ,

I "We eneour.wand ..asia"' our MILK Large 3 for 17c
Selector Size
writer to go everywhere for material ,
-to Haiti I, Africa; the South
I Sea.. China- nd bring back. .adventure never',told/ or lets than IONA
FENDERS SALAD i for American boy. W* hire
Pork&Beans Can ,5c: ;expert on hobble and' boy problem lOc. Yop 'now'can buy STRINGLESS BEANS Can
to advise boy and young men. .
I These atep* 'account for our pool and (Oleomargarine)
DRESSING Pt.Jar 15c .the Mm ilze quality
'lion a* the quality magailne for 12c
I boy*. .and we shall continue to lakethem.1 NUTLEY Pkg.
for':6: Juatthink( long
fly 'M --JJ
i Twelve Issues or fun ..nd' excitement '
BUTTER Lb. 30c for (1.00! Three yeara for Havana and imported toe
13.OO! Spread the new among your
I friend*-and Bend your own ntbirlptlon baccb for only 5 fit IONo-Luaclotlllt Yellow Cling

f :SAUSAGE 2Lbs. 25c '.HOY.. 748e direct Hecond to THE Blvd!) AMERICAN,, !Detroit: FLOR de tflA.t 27c
ROUND Mlrh. Service on your aubacrlptlon on PEACHES 2 No. 2ft. cans
I4 will 1r. tart. with- the- l Ic.ue you peal.f .get',the your

'-I.__ DROMEDARY-Delicious, ReaJy-to-Serve No. IJ Can.
GROUNDMEATLb., lOc STEAK Lb. 15c A PER ULMR..tLAIM t 1 oney lit I5c

rMit.Ca.MdwR No.l
LL.wleete CranbrrySauce
Te Rell.v. 0"' 4ta> V. 4lgbls I fmrk.N.J. % can
This .anutactxrs r,cdmlt that hl.
product not M the beet remedy
,:: BEEF BEST. for Irritation of the. blad Ot'JMELBA
do** know that \..,. (*i-illln rallllon -

Cw C RIB STEW 3 Ibs. 25c BEEF LIVER{ Lb. 9c Judge.done c.eeful l .- iml of'. M Oat them.n*. thousands a n a jr"156'This" '(rTou box could were BCKETST be not*uo-the b.1. DRESSING PI. jar 15e Qt. jar 25c

After four day. If tn".I"it.ti goback ANN P.\GE-Dellt'loWl, Pare
; BONELESS LARGE the bladder and get laxative your are mad from;:
,rte Juniper .1'1'1... Hnrhu leave, etc. CRAPE(; JELLY. 28-oz.jars 33cTHE
/They drive out Impurltle and ex.eee.

}, ROAST Lb. 15c l WEINERS Lb. 13c Jon. .arltl.which.'bu"lnlf Thin caut:. .and relieve frequvnt you* t the* Bi d Irrlta-.....lre.upnlBhl" ?fte.ClCiJll Sypteifyte

foil are bound to feel better after
- II this fluchlna and you yourrerular .
a : n.fey
--- deep .r Mlt- ,Gainesville, Flai, Distributor .
ohall'sDrug, Store

',! Mn., I. ,,, r, ryfr rr..t' -:', dl} ', ,a $+ i .p ;. ;c .i n,.

,.1wAy !kq'T S PorRhx.p+n+t+ +e nr r+? .-


IiBER 19Sft
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of Mr. and Mrs. S F. Strickland, Pierce offered several vocal : Fully 1,000,000,000 bushels of University--graduates of Boot ,,J!
Ocala. will spend Thanksgiving NAT SEZ bers, assisted Miss m.1 I 1-- rl't1.
by ,
day in Starke with Mr Strick : Houser rice were grown in China last are taking up the Bakery? .,buu- .
at the "
land's piano. year. J.U' '.::11
Bits of brother-in-law .
and sister, Well, here's About ] ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. W Thanksgiving again sixty-five persons were I
Hayes. rye heard some say that there Is present and after all of the new
nothing sure but death and taxes.. comers had been Introduced, coffee And the W ofjfis Yet to Come -
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee spent the I'm not so sure and sandwiches were served. .! 1

local Nevi9 week-end in Gainesville, visiting about taxes any, Dr. W. H. Crawford voiced the -. ........
her son, Milton, Jr., who Is a stu- longer. They opinion of all In the statement that .011" -:: '
OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND dent at the University of Florida, could leave that Keystone Heights was Indeed for BW4KEI1's v- i
her brother-in-law and sister off and put tunate in securing for the manage =
PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN Mr. and Mrs. Sam T. Dell. Thanksgiving. ment of the Inn, the services of 'QARAGE .
Ph. -.::: 4
In its Mr. and Mrs Olenn and Miss Way- 5 '
I place because y qA LENE, Jt ,
i Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova, just as burn, veteran hotel operators and
I Jr., had as their guests Sunday. long as there Is widely known for their' excellent -si..1.rases- '.." If L
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. meals.
Kennedy, and Thursday in
Lake Butler, Little Miss
ot Fredrika
; Andrews of Edwards, children,and Mr. and Mrs. Eller- November there Miss Ellen Wiggins, a student,

..;. a hemMre end Jacksonville here with her spent the week- son Hall, and little son. Jimmy, all Is going; to be a of the Florida State College for
grandparents of Jacksonville.Mr. ThanksgivingDay. Women, spent the week-end at her I
F R. Carradlne, of Law- Mr. and Mrs. WV H. Struth. Every home here and attended the Home

was a visitor here Monday and Mrs. C. L. Stockwell and year brings ua.a certain amount 1 coming game In Gainesville Satur '
teY, Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. daughters, are spending Thanks of trouble and sorrow but there day.. ,,, .\,...

MIy, Hogan Smith, of Sampson, Jeanette Kincaid are in Tampa giving Day In Jacksonville, where Is usually a little joy and happiness Miss Edith Wiggins'' left Sat. _b...:

.... a, visitor here Monday. Mrs.visiting A. their parents Mr. and they visited the State Federationof to go with it and for that we urday night for Stanton, Va., for a '
C. Durden. Art Exhibit, at the Chamber of should be thankful. Suppose everybody visit of several weeks. -'\ \ r )

T J.[Terry, of Lawtey, was.at.tending Commerce building. In Bradford County decided Mrs Thalia Perry and three ", ( i
to business here Friday. Mrs. Irene Wills has returned to do their shopping In Jacksonville children of Jacksonville, spent
home after spending several Miss Alice Fernandez, a mem- or with Rareback would- Sunday at the home of Mr and \ I II '
I L. D. Polk of Brooker, was months in Norfolk, Va., with her ber of the Foley school faculty Is n't that be sump In'. I'm thankful Msr. T, R. Demery.Mr. :
l.vUor here Friday afternoon. daughter, Mrs. R. B. spending the Thanksgiving holidays I that there are still enough good and Mrs. A. W, Donaldson -
Neal.Mr here with her mother and people far-sighted"enough to realIze of Tltusvtlle were guests of

Mr, and Mrs. Luther O. Powell and Mrs. 1* A. Davis spent sister, Mrs. R. s. Fernandez and that you cannot have. a town their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. L, mr S
pent Monday I In Jacksonville. the week-end In Fernandina with Miss Isabel Fernandez. unless you aupporf,It.. and Mrs C. Wesley Larson, over

his mother, Mrs. Mary Davis, and Special prices on neuter at the weekend.Mr. .
j,G. Godwin, of the State Farm, other relatives. Dtnmurk'lIrnlture Store. Hard to ShoatHapgrade and Mrs. T. R. Demery had '
visitor here Monday Overalls as their guests list week, Mrs. .s(1' d ,r

tu Mrs. Miss Mary Canova spent the Demery's sister and father, Mrs. ,
George B.
Flynn Miss '
G. L Patten is spending thisweit Georgia Haynes and Mrs. Richard week-end in Gainesville with her Now Ft. P Jourdan and Frank Bushnell "e. 5_ .,% :INKEh 5 $

with relatives In Eustis. O. Kldd, spent Tuesday In Jacksonville brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and $1.50 of Durham N. C.
i' Mrs. J. J. Canova, and attended Mr. and Mrs. Leland I. Howard,
>Three plwe Bedroom suite $39.SOand / the: Homecoming festivities at the of Washington D. C., arrived Sun

up at Denmark's FurnitureStore. Mrs. C. W. Beasley and little University of Florida. Druid LL day for a visit to Mr. Howard's ....
mother Mrs O. B. Howard.

.' ._______. son first, of of Gainesville the week were here the Mrs. G. W. Alderman Is spending SHEETINGIIea.V Dr. and Mrs. II, A. Bliss and
visiting her
:F Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley spentjlursday Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Manning.parents sevcraL,days In Tallahassee visit. wrlRht I children of Jacksonville, spent r
in Jacksonville. Ing Mr. Alderman who Is employed Thanksgiving With Mrs. Bliss' parents :.a e "-
by the State Road Department lOc Yd. Dr. and Mrs. J, A Rupert. n \W'c.lhfi9..... ..
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bell, of I
1 1laWlr.
f Marvin F. Hiizen, of Brook. and her son-in-law and daughter, ,
Mrs. Gainesville,
spent Sunday here
I ffgfggf gfgHHff iHfVi ffHMffHfHf SHHfSHM }
here Mr. and Mrs. G. C. White.
visitor Friday.
., was with Mrs. Bell's parents, Mr. and ..'
Mrs. W M.-Edwards. ---
f IMISS Doahla Smith of Sampson, Col. J. C. Poppell of Plant City Swagger SuitsSpecial

pent the week-end In Starke with Mr. and Mrs. Olliver Aspmwall, and E. R. Poppell of Hastings
lllss Lorraine Smith. of Jacksonville, have been spending several days
are guests this
here at the bedside of) their father $6.95 Tip Top GroceryTWO
t week of Mrs. Asplnwall's parents
1 J. H. who Is 111
Poppell seriously
IMrs. A. H. Green. Mrs., W. M. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams.
fflmbcrly and Mrs. J. C..Downing, -- at his home suffering with blood
poison in his arm.
in Jacksonville. Men's
Friday Mrs. Romey Peele, of Lawtey, Is
r a patient at the Gill SHIRTS '
Hospital: con
Mr. and Mrs. W, M. Morrow,
Hill Williams, and J. W.
Col. Joe valescing from an appendix oper- WEEKS SPECIALSTomatoes
and Mrs. Morrow's mother, Mrs $1.00MANHATTAN '
'Townsend, of Lake Butler,_were ation.
jroralnent visitors here Friday.r Vllliama, all of Jasper will spendthe SHIRTS
Thanksgiving holidays In
'(rC. M. Andreu, of Brooker was /son, of Lake City, were guests during Young Starke and with Mr.Mr.an.lllrs.and Mrs.E. M.H.Da H, 3 No. 2 cans 2l c
It Starke Friday visiting Mr. and the week-end of her parents, vis.

Its", 0. A. Andreu. Mr. and Mrs Werley L. Andrews. -. MEN'H:

;t Mrs.-T. W. Shuler of the State I, Mr. -and--Mrs. Charles Imbach Mrs. W. T. Jackson and Miss PAJAMAS 2 No. 2 can! IS'c .
Flora Belle Jackson, of Baconton,
(Farm, was a visitor here "fueaIfcy. spent Sunday In Green Cove Xmas Gifts '1 .
Ga., and Mrs. D. C. Forehand, of t .rJ
Springs with M. Imbach's father Albany Ga., are spending the $1.95 to $3.50 !

Mr. J. H. Poppell has been- serIously C. I. Imbach. Thanksgiving holidays in Starke PEACHES No. 2Y2 Can __ 15c LETTUCE, Each 7Vzc
with Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter I still claim that can't
111 for several' days at his you go '
[ :hIr!!. Herbert Durden and little .
and Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long. with Peter's shoe. PINEAPPLE No. 21.2 19c CELERY Each lOc
a _
I hcme near Gtarlcc. (laughter, Betty .Jo, 01: Madison<< wrong can a .

are guests! of"!!r$. Dl r<1en's par. Friends of !Ir J. Criffln will
:! T.
The' Public looking bar- GARDEN PEAS No. 2 lOc Irish POTATOES 10 Lbs. l2c
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch. be pleased to learn that she has STERN BERG'SStarke. can ,
pins, If you have one, list with UII
,been removed from St. Vincent'sHospital '
-.Ullnon Bt'altyCorp'D. Itrs.:: JK. B. Norman; ocJ two In Jacksonville to her ,< FloridaKEYSTONE 'SUGAR CORN, No..2c Oc Swe' POTATOES: 10os.'15ct

j children, of Jacksonville, spent the homo In Cherry Street, and Is very 'J 'L
)lrs Frank Merrill'of Keystone week-end 1 1. Starke with her;- mother much Improved from her several HEIGHTSMrs. ,SARDINES, 3 cans lOc ONIONS, 3 Lbs. 4 .lOc
visitor Sere Sa.tvday.
Heights, was a Jlrs. Annie Richard. weeks Illness.

T. It. Demery, Correspondent_ PORK & BEANS Can .5c APPLES Delicious doz. '25c
UTS. J. Q. Godwin of the Stale Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely, MissPatricia I ;
Rev and Mrs. C. B Price and of Keystone Inn was the scene of
and Mrs. V. R. Reddish
children were visitors to Qalnes- Lawtey Farm, were visitors here Thurs spent Sunday Lamb and In Lake W. W.City Balsden.with I an Informal gathering Monday CABBAGE Tender, Lb. 2Y2C APPLES (York Imp) 6 lbs 25c f S
yule evening when the people of the
Monday day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Baisden, Miss

Mesdames- Lamb and Mr. Baisden returned' community honor of gave the new a surprise managers partyIn of FINEST I 2 Ibs; 19cJn I
K. ,
Ferryman Living room suites special prices home that afternoon, Mrs. Blake- .
the Inn, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Glenn
A.Davis and C. L. Stockwell,
were for next thirty days at Denmark'sFurniture week'svisit
remaining over for a
rtrttors to Jacksonville Iy and Miss Wayburn, formerly of 91
Friday. Store. with her brother and slster- Lard
Conneaut Lake, Penna.

Hiss Martha Brownlee, of Jack- Miss Mary Canova spending> n-liw. Mrs. J. Belle Lawrence and Mrs.E. 1 Pound C 4 Ibs. 38c

onville, Is spending Thanksgiving the Thanksgiving holidays In Tal- Mloa Leah Struth and Miss Dorothy A.. Smith were responsible for ._
*\IUi her parents .Mr, and Mrs. .J. lahassee visiting friends at the Edwards, of Jacksonville, the affair and a very pleasant eve
It Brownlee. Florida State College for Women. spent the week-end In Starke with ning was passed with impromptu

Miss Struth's parents, Mr. and speeches, Including some amusing FRUIT CAKE MATERIAL
Elmo Struth, of Jacksonville: Mrs. W. H. Struth. These young anecdotes of the early days of RICE SUGARButter '
ENT A WORRCOLUMN spent the week-end In Starke with ladies also attended the Home Keystone Heights. Mrs. Win. 47c M
his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. coming festivities at the University Special prices on floor lamp at Cherries, ._ .,. ,

Struth. of Florida during the week Denmark's Furniture Store ::1 Pineapple Lb. 45c
? -
:.:. end. 5 Lb s. 21c 5 Lb s.. 25c ,
Mr. and :Mrs. N. T. Green and Misses Gladys and Elizabeth Mr and Mrs.;'11'- L. Brownlee Citron, Lb.. __ _. __ 30c r
LOST-l pair of shell rimmed children, spent Sunday in High- Williams! Vonda Inman, Ethel will have ,a* their guests for the .-f./J. '!" -
glasses. Finder return to me land visiting Mrs. Green's mother, Moore, Alma Thornton, and Mes- I week-end, their daughter Miss Lemon or Orange, Lb.. 30c {

lead" get reward. Mrs. F H. Long. Mrs. H. C. Wimberly.Mrs. dames T. C. Chastaln W. L. Andrews Mary Brownlee, a student at Florida Currants 10-oz. pkg. ... 15c
!, Vonda Inman, and GeorgeH. r State College for Women, their ,
James Shepard. of Hilliard In Gainesville son-in-law and daughter Rev. and Dates 15c lOq '
LOST:-A brown bag, and Inman, were Ib. 3k 7Z-oz.. ; Figs,
traveling son-m-law
is the guest of her Monday evening attending Fraternal Mrs M. C. Stith and children of

found Between Baldwin and Starke. If daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Night given by the Gaines Jacksonville, and Col.'and Mrs. J. Raisins, Pkg. __ ___ 10c ;
notify Charles' Armstrong. Knight at their home on Call ville Woodmen Circle Grove. E. Futch of DeLand. ''r
General s'c IE, s
Delivery, St. Petersburg, Street.

'[**., and receive reward. It* Thomas ._ LIFE BUOY'SpAP, 2 for,".15c | BROWN SUGAR, 3 Ibs. I _25c

were here Sun-
at Kingsley Lake, extending of St. Augustine .
from hard road to lake. L.C. Pow- day visiting their respective parents <.-- BY ARNOLD BALLARD'S TABLE' TALK-Plain or SelfRisingFLOUR
ail. Mrs. E. M. Thomas and Mr.
Ii30.2t'roR and Mrs. P. S. Denmark. G LBS. 12 LBS 24 LBS.
RENT-Furnished apart- -
Bent on first floor; also unfurtlahed Miss Lena Belle Shepard spent 6
> apartment three rooms the week-end with friends in INSTANT DELUGE! 25c45c87c

fate bath on second floor. prl-I Gainesville, and attended the THE FASTEST SHOWf EVUOCdURRlb MEASURED ..
_' .Hamrlck. It. Homecoming festivities at the Uni- AT ICNfI" IN THE SAM GABRIEL /
CASH PAID versity of Florida. FELL tW A MIHUKj- ........
For Chickens and -' RAIN

the ik1Ly Eggs,Corner fresh fish Store'land, Just oysters across the Miss Thanksgiving Hazel Adkins-holidays will In spend Tallahassee TONS OP WATER fVt ACttt. PRUNES 2 Lbs. 15c CHEESE Lb. 17c

Railroad. -=:;;;
City Fish Market. attenllng Homecomingat
roR() SALE Florida State College for Wom CHAN BEKItrSAUCE -
Hill Refrigerator -
T 4 x 6 feet wide 3 feet deep, en. DRESSING Pi 15ciQt25cO.
feet hIgh. Good condition and a 17-oz.can 17c
-I bargain Mrs. Tallulah Marsh, and daughter -
Bryant' Cafe. It
Miss Alyce Marsh and Mr,
**4U' ESTATE FOR SALE-A Marion Sweet of Jacksonville, 1 / K.
to acre : at the home JELLO Special 5c
hnd farm fln" strawberry were Weekend guests POWDER 5for- TiOc
bargain at 939O.OO; 2 story of Mrs. Alma Bain.If .
house In -
Starke bargain
\\II1ce; 3 other farms, also timber you have a bargain to offer Mice BIGGER CHOCOLATE MIXEDCANDY
Want other listings ..AUj Us with us) we may have a prospect BRAINEDTHE MILUTalll7c3sm.9cWHITE 7a
<7 FrLn Real Estate Broker, for that very thing.- Wilson MAIM orAMOU3E 2 LLs. 25c ;
ado LLING CARDS, any size Realty __i ar *9%
for 50; 91.S9 for 100. )[onoII1Jnmed E. A. McDowell, or ns IIOITSE
Rev. and Mrs.

and atY IOO(envelopes stationery; $2.78., 100 Bradford sheets jf Friday Lake visiting Butler, their were son-in-law In Starke MAN BRAIN. 0 u'W'-;
Telegraph Phone 29. tf.; and daughter Mr. and Mrs. O. J. r

,Ir OFFICE: SUPPLIES: TypewrltTibn Griff Is._ HAMBURGER Pound f

:,"' n, addu;machine ribbons student at the A lOc
typewriter TIN STOCKINGS
ding paper \. spendingthe jc -
: aachice University of Florida { flJ
: secondon ; SILK
ta paper, holidays here \ STOCKINGS

t1 Telegraph salet the office.Bradford Phone with Thanksgiving his parents, CoL.and Mrs. D. ,h'' ( MAV AS/WUCM CONTAIN AS Beef Liver Select Pound l OcIFANCY

.. ,tf. E., Knight. '1t 1 'f SIXTY P1R ,
tori: r t',_ CEIfT Of ?
SALE-"1llione: GenulnrStrawber and Mrs. Bernice Johnsonare 1 I TO eWE THEM
Jl.aryland Mr Thanksgiving / w&lrrff. CUTS OF FINEST BEEF OR PORK. ft
., MIss! r"''ry spending the 4' / .
an.u. $1.1\0\ rrr thousand atFarm. holidays In Surrency, Ca., with I P I -
-ry..N and T?M W -
ThU1'lDODd Mr. Johnson's parents, Mr.

., lMeberryr, .AJa..' l0- -4tp Mrs. s., M. Johnsons' ? MrSO

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.;r;.,:.,, .I- -...;;. i."ll, >I.i!if-. i1utI47L)... ,;1'(Po"'."'Y" +lk.h \,

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1 Hints To Housewivesi ] MELBOURNE-.The;FIND body of a declined for subsistence to be IncIUerj, Its ]l11embel'1 III h& -J{:

slain found or relief lists. ""e1//b
1 girl apparently was
[I Weekly from-e;: Demonstration last week on the bank of the In.. IN f

FARMERS SECTION Specialists, Tallahassee LIVE STATE NEWS dian River a short distance northof COUNTY Clu(5 pYoim\It'r'I "'''liP IIrad1
Hurt (\I, ; /
Eau Gallie. J. E. McClendon, ha .Thon"," "j,,, (' :
MWMMMVM O. MMM.V Mi aMVn J bertha "I:> "."n,
Thomas a'"l ,
I Eau Gallie chief of police, said her anti ,. ,111''
Conducted by Demonstration Agents GLORIFYING LEFTOVERSThe News of Florida In Short Paragraphs the girl's throat had been slashed Plaintiff, Tbon! r..lIi''

,old Biblical injunction to j and she had been stabbed in the v.

gather up the fragments, that.nothing .' forehead and at the base of the J.Rhoden O. Rboden. also 1 hi 11 'v Ca.,. a.llr. If o t d.1du

be lost. Is still a good one, ........", IIiIIIJIIII1 ., skulL Her face was crushed, and NOTICE;et 0.at P'RTITIO t,
-- -- but almost always the question -- ., ""'- 1# her body partly burned. and Notl"In I. hereby I<,1\'r: 'hlll,8.\L itwe

POTATO'OUTLOOK arises, "How can we make the ---- pursuance of that d..u..
EARLY DEFENDANT $129,000 SUIT MRS. STELLA PADGETT sale! entered by HonpuVAdduroC't .

I RURAL LESS FAVORABLE: !THAN fragments interesting and attractive .OCALA--'-Dr.: Ralph E. Russell, Fifheral services were held .at INDIANS GIVEN JOBS the.ttidge undersigned, In the above rnhitld A Z. co''

THAT OF LAST' YEAR Too Here are some delicious eye, ear, nose and throat specialist, afternoon STUART -Twenty' Seminole In- Sell at public COl11ml..lon.ra:, J
Branch Friday I
I COMMON SENSE ways to do It.Turkey.. was named defendant In a damage Long Cemetery dians will get greatly-needed em- and beNt bidder, tot) "aoh lhe, bl b
GAINESVILLE The outlookfor Chop Sucy suit Aggregating $129,000 In circuit at three o'clock' for Mrs. ployment, at NRA wages, on the at Starke door Bradford of the <'OUI1I)' rourlhn al 1'11''

I By SPUDS JOHNSON early potatoes this year Is not Take 2 cupfuls diced turkey court here last week as a result -I Stella Paugett or Maxvlite, who $420,000 St. Lucie canal spillways during the loCal tU'Uh COUnly or Florid

quite as favorable as it was a year meat 4 slices bacon diced and of an automobile accident last died at her home there Thursday, construction project. The men will the Monday following December premi,5 ird A. D'al., IP', elllaD

'VARIED FACTORS AFFORD ago, potato growers in the Has- broiled, 1 No. 1 can mushrooms, :2 July 8 In which three persons were after a brief illness. build a modern Seminole village at of SEy ot IiW% ot Sec, lowlt.%t. : E

k FLORIDA FARMERS CAUSE tlngs-Lacroose and the Dade County tablespoons bacon drippings, 2 tablespoons killed and six'iujured.J4 I The service was conducted by I Indiantown. A Is expected seven- sf Io B. 2 U.; Also' Lot.:' I Tel

,- FOR REAL THANKSGIVING sections were told recently by shredded onions, 3 cup I r Rev. R.. L. Strickland, and Interment ty-five or eighty Inidans will live '10. 1 ot ''V' !

A. E. Mercker of the United States fuls shredded celery, 1 $o. 1 can GAS THIEVES LEAVE CAR 'I followed< in the family plot there for the next year. Employ- Btarke Florida. Ihe ." ,, 1G

Not the least among the manifold Department of Agriculture. Mr. bean sprouts 1 No. 1 can bamboo :MIAMI--The moral of this one :.r Surviving besides her husband, ment of the Indians was announo- plat thereof ret.orql according
: blessings which Florida farm Mercker has specialized in early shoots, 4 tablespoons soy sauce, 2 might be;: "Don't lose your auto- ; B. B. Padgett, are' one daughter, ed by R. M. Sands,. superintendentof records of Bradford County Vr"18ff 00
work for the several flour, salt aad I I. Ida Prescott Maxvllle two the construction who Vuw.a tenem.nlo, B1f.SvvS 00
I folk can be especially grateful for potato past tablespoons pepper mobile,over a few gallons of gas Mrs.* ; company, tVppt "
and Is well and and 1 cupful rice. sisters Mrs. Nellie.Johns Raiford said the firm did not believe oD
t._ at Thanksgiving time la the absence years, favorably oline." MJi!> Betty Bogue wa' they "" BsSJ5i' I
of the snow and slush and known in the Southeastern states Melt the bacon: drippings in a awakened recently by two< men, and Mrs. Ila Freddie, Palatka and had a "fair deal" in the past. Despite I1nl"d.Hnhl i .01!

,' sleet and cold that accompany It Meetings, arranged' )y. .county' deep pan. Add the onions and I who were stealing: gasoline from one brother, Tom Waters, of Law- the dwindling of game upon A.C. A.J. Oriff is .

In many parts of the country. Advantages agents in Alachua, St,. Johns ,and celery and brown. Add the liquor I her parked machine."f The thieves tey. which the nomadic tribe depends Knight CummiNHi'Christmas n"rJL OJ

y of climate enjoyed In this Dade Counties, were held with potato from the mushrooms bean.sproutsand I' fled as she went to the window and ----- .

state in fact are the foundation of growers at Lacrosse,Hastingsand bamboo shoots. If there Is' left their own automobile. J.
t Seal Honors "Father
of Sanatorium
; the farming Industrv,. aside from Goulds, last week at which not enough; liquid just ,to cover.the l- "I : "- Moveaient"i Con
the comfort and enjoyment they time Mr Mercker presented avail vegetables,' add a little hot ,water. I
afford: able facts about the outlook which Cover antf simmer.until vegetablesare JNSPE1IR STATION

When Thanksgiving arrives Inmost could be used by growers as a tender. Thicken with the flour PENS A COLA -, Congressmen 'It ,

J sections of the North, a lengthy guide in their planting operations which has been stirred to a paste Mlllard Caldwell and W. J,,Sears
I together visited the Naval Air Station -
inactivity in agriculture is with a little cold water. Add the
as guests of Capt. Rufus Zog-
bean sprouts and bamboo shoots
just ahead. While on the less Unpleasant -
days certain outdoor PUT CATTLE ON FEED which have been sliced very thin, baum, the commanding officer, on e:
work still may be carried on, most NOW TO BE READY TO brown sauce and salt. Blend a trip of inspection last week. The. thIre

operations having to do with crop EXHIBIT NEXT MARCH thoroughly. Then add the bacon, representatives expressed their intention
of alidog as much as possi-
and the mushrooms. The
must be -
suspended Until
production spring comes. Nearly half the GAINESVILLE J. Sheely, flavor of this dish is Improved If ble, In the plans of expanding: and 9I

year is lout waiting for more favorable extension agent in animal husbandry it Is allowed to stand several hours modernizing the Pensacola station.

weather.In is urging Florida cattle- and then is reheated just before i +_ I 'r t t ,,or'U'

Florida, the four or five men to place some animals on feed serving. Steam rice or-cook it in HEARS OF PLAN ,, .c i .. .J1, 4'o ,
about the first of December with boiling water until tender. When MARIANNA-Large scale prod- b' ?' -
months following Thanksgiving
constitute the period of greatest the Idea in mind of exhibiting themat ready to serve, put a mound of uction of tung oil and paper has frc ,..- -

output in truck crops and citrus the first Florida Fat Stock rice on each plate cover with chop been proposed for this northwest 4 .' I ( Iu
cultivation and Show, to be held In Jacksonville, suey. Whole toasted almonds or section of the state on 6,000,000 I
: Planting, I r'r
the March B and 6, 1933.. He says that chopped cashew nuts make an excellent Acres of aub-marglnallands under ,
harvesting proceed throughout t
winter. Lack of destructive and animals to be displayed then garnish. Fried noodles may the :reforestation program. ;% / 5' 'rII

persistent cold likewise Is a vital -I should be fed for ninety days previously accompany this dish. The recipe Prospects for the project were discussed ,

factor In the rapidly developing that they will be in prime serves six. and approved here yesterday .t,, t lbIi Iia
'conditions for the show. Glace, Oranges by the Northwest! roi.a / -. .' t Iift
livestock industry. Purebred and high grade ''beef Peel and quarter navel oranges. soclatlon. .. ,\\ 1I'A ;i
Benefits of a climatic character -' \'i1s' fta
Simmer In a sirup made by cook- A
classification -
cattle are to be shown in one $ ,
that thoughtful Florida farmers while special prizes are ing 1 cupful sugar with 3-4 cup- "ESCROW PAT MAY J'i'!) i41875A1WyORlctlOCToqAD

( also are thankful for Include the offered for first cross calves of a ful water 5 minutes. When quite : GAINESVILLE-The prsslbli'ty\ SPORTSMAN, SUFFERING FROM TUBERCULOSIS.THE.... -' 01t

helpful distribution of rainfall. purebred bull and a native cow. tender and almost clear, remove that the "escrow system" of payIng CONSIDERED 'INCURABLE, DECIDED TO GO TO THE IIhe

Drouths to seldom become are of protracted maximum Mr. Sheely says. Fat steers and and drain the quarters. Serve turkey FERA workers may cease in ADIRONDACK TO DIE. WHILE HUNTING HC! NOTICED

enough breeding animals raised by cnclu'l on platter with olives and or Alachua County "on or before December THAT AFTeR SITTING BESIDe TRAILS WAITING FORGAMi pl
and floods
serious rarely
severity anges alternated about it aa a 1," was seen last week as D.. .'
} membsr. will compose still another HB.FELT RESTED. UPON THIS'REST CURE HE FOUNDED
occur. class. garnish with sprigs of watercress a group of clients returning from a f THt MODERN TREATMENT FOR Trie DREADED WARD ..0a
This Ftr-! *'. farmers have -
year between. conference with
R. E. McDonald. '
-fl, unusual cause for thankfulness A sale of fat cattle and a'i.H Orange and Cranberry Relish district administrator in Ocala, announced PISEASfc-AND' HE 1IVEP TO BE "7. LIvl'sroN
contest to be held In
: since their conations: permit judging are On platter arrange slices of or- an agreement had been In

i( speedy supply cf increased demand conectlon with the exhibition ange, 1-8 to 1-4 inch thick. In reached to change from the escrowto .--
the Jacksonville
". that may refle-t economic: recovery which is sponsored by center of each slice place cube of the stagger system." .,- .: _._ h
Chamber of Commerce. _
7 elsewhere. cranberry jelly. Garnish ,with 1 ; -
Both show and sale will be stagedat
For times are getting better, de- sprig of mint or parsley. DEPRESSION'BUT A MEMORY I'ey
i spite all and sundry of the forces the.National Stockyards.The MIAMI-Bellet that Jt TRU0EAUOO1THI'IRSTWARP4fP4G5 GREATEST BENEFACTORS.
i combining to delay the return of premium list, carrying Where normal amounts of fertilizers "prosperity THAT HE WAS A'T.B AFTER A WALKING _
is at our door and the B
prosperity. People are eating more, seventy-three prizes with a total are applied, soil types exert called depression for the last thing three I ,- ) rW _' MATCH, HE WAS THOROUGHLY -

and more people are eating. value of $344. has just been issued, no marked influence on the la but "' .\,; EIlRUSrEDANDD&oLOPEDACoLD
:1 :
: years a was
memory expressed -
:{ Florida can and does furnish the Mr. Sheely says. composition of trucks, say chem sABCISS.BUT THE SJONIFICANCEOI
herelast week J.H
by .
ists at the Florida Agricultural
nation with numerous food ,.prod.ucts 7-. :- '. McLaurin of Washington, D.:'C.. 'if,, WAS NOT REALIZED IN THOSE DAYS. I)
'.'J not to be had horn ,other Findings of the Florida Agricul- Experiment president the United States jI I'Id

:} sources in like volume and at tural Experiment Station in respect Mineral content of Florida truck Wholesale Grocers' association.

,f,' comparable prices. As the rest of to losses 'incurred by truck Crops is as hugh as that of crops McLaurln on a'tour of the nation InIt

t the country becomes better able to I crop growers from imperfect grown elsewhere the Agricultural said "we still have a great

}\ buy, this state will profit In pro- packing of their products have led Experiment Station has found. deal of ground to recover but we k Itte

\ portion as her farmers produce to a widespread tendency towardsuse I are going forward In the right direction .
and market Intelligently. At of improved containers. Manufacturers TRAIN SCHEDULE!! at an increasing pace." FELLOVPHYSICIAH 'itha

r Thanksgiving they can therefore of crates have advancedthe SouthboundNo. -_ _. TlMV COTTAC& WAS

express appreciation of past blessIngs movement for better packagesby 1-Due Starke 10:57: P. M. MARIANNA' GETS CAMP HIS 1bKcGi1i ,-_ i THE START AT OP SARANAC.HIS GREAT SANATORIUM IT is ,,,

''k with confidence in the fullness devising types free from many No. 11-Due Starke 11:12: A. M. JACKSONVILLE huge transient KNOWN AS"THE LITTLE RED"

of their future allotments. of the deficiencies found in the No., 107-Due Starke 9:42: A. :14. I camp will be erected at :Ma- AND IS THE PIONEER COTTAGE ICIt

: And among them are many who old-style boxes and baskets. Car- Northbound 'rlanna as a means of aiding the 1(014( SHOWED THAT OF i IN THE DEVELOPMENT OP
will realize that the greatest pleasure riers have encouraged the use of No. 2-Due Starke 6:08'A.: :14. west Florida transient situation MIS LEFT-LUNG WAS INVOLVEO. W SANATORIUM TREATMENT AMERICA

4 comes from joys passed on to I the more promising of the new No 12-Due Stake 4:50: P.M. Henry Redkey, state transient 1

the less fortunate forms. No. 108-Due Starke 8:56 P. M. director for the Florida Emergency -

I, Starke And Wannee Branch Relief administration said "It

CROSS CHILDREN Farming Is a way of living as No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A.M. Is Intended that this camp will OF YOUR

MAY HAVE WORMS well as a method of earning a liv- No. 102-Arrives Starke l::0 P.M. absorb hundreds of transients on
ing. A well organized rural life highways of west Florida." The
Watch for lttt!. .. bad brMth.fr .
I .tfu.rt.M, ::.: of wtJght, itching aroundJ.DM can be atttained obly by makingthe OK NOTICENOTICR APPLICATION SOft camp will be constructed of native
\ and arma. Thee may 'hava: pin:: or round farm home a safe and more I.HIYH 'ro SElL MI O"'. LAND, limestone entirely by.transient labor TAVORITE'MAGAZINES y
\ Whtta Craond ... V.un.fug. haa aafaly' IN COUNTY JI'IMiBN COt SIT
for ,...., reliably ."" allvd the wormaworma. satisfying place to live. 81.\0..0111. COINIY'! FI.OHIIIA. .,. the dir ctoasaid,,
,;, and tonad tha d.U"... tr.".. Whiraa Cream NUTK'U lit hereby given to all -w'- '
i .
Varmifuo reomraandad b, druggist. whom It may concern that I. T. PRESIDENT,.SENT GAME

i MITCHELLS IHIUG StORE! 1 IF YOUR 'Frank William Landrum Anthony, Andrew aa Ouardlan. a minor of TALLAHASSEE.!! -:-..The word ;

will on the lot day of December, A. that Gov., Dave Bholta wanted wild
; l D. 1934, apply to the Honorable B. turkey to send to President Roosevelt a

; Geijtid I ofMalaria BREATH HAS K.for Ferryman Bradtrod. ,County.County Florida Judt4 ''In at and hU spread! quickly and last-week

office In Slnrke at 10 o'clock A. M. the game was on its way, to the AND THIS NEWSPAPER FULL YEAR I
..i ... or a. soon thereafter .. the mutt.rcan '

A I SMELL YOUCAN'T at private bo heard.sale for, the authority entire Interest to cell President's, State Conservation table.. George Commissioner W. Davis -- You Save Money on this Amazing Combination Offer

and estate of said minor In the following
left automobile to deliver
by -
described. lande In Bradford ,
and Your Favorite Newspaper
j County, Florida, to-wlt 8ft of to the President at Warm 4 Leading Magazines
SKVi of H13(4( and < Acres in 813 Corner Ga. two
WELL Springs, turkeys, a number -
of Section
8W& 8E
i of of the "4
Banlth Chill 'and Fever 18. Township 7 8, Ranjr 22E also of quail, .some venison and

To conquer Malaria,you must do two Vim w. ..* too ...*. sor food 'd.ssour ,. Town.hlp WH of HWV4 7 5..of Kana-e SWV4, 22 of H.S.ctlOA, 6, squirrel. .The game was suppliedby ; ,

thing ((1) Destroy the infection in the m ....** Our 05 ti4S mouth mMUdx ... eaUIIItad this Which application will be banedon hunters at the request of the PkklIttagaanei Pick 3
eoBilas- .51 In the
petition file
: blood. ((2) Build up the blood to overcome r br&b. W. ..... UM poI_ .* Ibis. I aid the Court. now on Governor. Additional quail ,and
t the effect and to fortify tgolnut done all o... our ........ I. -- Dated October 81 1M4.T. turkey will be sent later.COOPERATION .
further attack.There if one medicine that ....... fmu.kf ... mo food. tar ........- FRANK LAN DRUM, jines
wiles ..... ilia fosS..... t.the bowsisiwon. Guardian.
does these two things and that li Grov*" ASKED
.. wb... WO aM too our ii-i-tt-il-ao -
: :Tasteless: Chill Tonic I The tasteless quinine nis.. .so', 41.- ... Whs$ Ie lbs bus SIs.lII GAINESVILLE-Unless bunters
in Grove't Tasteless Chill Tonic destroys Ie ... 9IteIa.... J1IIee Ia IN flRCI'IT COITHT. BRADFORD destroying all wounded
cooperate hy -
the malaria infection: in the blood bod. UaI_ IIII.tllo' II Sl. Sow_ fro fOl'NTY FLORIDA. IN \NCBHY. -
I, cur lt.u -.rr ::J".day owinmssoita M. A. Smith an Liquidator for birds and Animals found in the 'ae -
while the iron builds up the blood.Thousands :. : sad.
Bradford County Bank, a corpora- __
woods,.tIfe!screw fly is likely to
of people bave conquered Malaria 'Ii .f food Ia oa. II Oust .5bowois. tlon SELECT ONE -
with the aid of Grove' Tasteless Chill Till. di.ay ..... posa IIU vseime Plaintiff. '. apt'eat} to alarming proportions, B. -' II
bad7l sta --- v". Case No. 425 '.o'
Tonic. In addition to being a noted remedy T. MartIn Newberry superin-

for Malaria It Is also an excellent (but Woe we* oar ejejaja'Wff IPIoIIoIeU..* we feel tonic of general use Grove's Tasteless msa*. dust a nou awesb e> taint 0Issab The, mate of Florida project, forecast recently In making '0.- Ya. :: ;0:1; .
0I.1 ..
Chill Tonic Is pleaiant to take and contains o.e ss tile Tab aI'S To W. B Yarbrou..". 1408 Park his weekly report on the peat ........... 5a(3oLp 0 DIe ona. eo.. .I 'It.

nothing harmful. Even children like Sow rattle frtt UPIlla,.. bus tat-.kIsM. Ba..-u II101.- eM.. View sylvania.Avenue and J.Plttebura Thomas% Penn-H off- and its damage. Hundred of ani- DKCC5IT5 $.............,I vs.. 0 OOJovede.5"l..1.::...: 'It.:
it and they can take it safely For aala .. .... do.'t .t., ,.. Pennsylvania. ,,. 'o __
...... man Pittsburgh mala and birds, Martin said are ", .... cw..I loanW.I 'It.c .
'h by all Mores. Now two tliei- 80c and I' :;bloo.sn a c ) Take notice that the plaintiff has C.... .I"" 0 n.. 1:- -"I"
$1. The ft alxe contains PwSOiS. Ask foe' Cutor'e LlteIA entitled :; : :: .., r' _..-......
$%" I I. say_ you In the above cans.e.kinE and crawl off to some rathersecluded ).. .
: .. .
,.. I'\JIO Q ... ... the foreclosure of a mortjrasr .. .
: nore for your money. sIb ....-..,. 0.....Q.M..AeO.- over the following:, !' property .In spot to die.. If they are 00.-........ JCaII............ to.. AHIfNo,* 8 :ddz.iiaisii.. .......1.IYt.a. 'It.a ..
Bradford: County Florida, to-wlt: allowed to remain above the .._ ...... .1,,., "- .
.... ....... .. ........... 8WVi of NW4 and EH of NWUif -1.4..... CIrcle ............1 'It.
k "11 """'*""''' '"" ''."" ''''''''' '''"''''''''",'''''''' ''' '..'"'" "" "' .1111I..11'11I11'' of NE< ofSW4 ground, they will become perfect $9es ..I"" ..
8W and WH of Bfc! 4 ....... : -r..l Yr-
; THE LAKE CITY COLD STORAGE also the. dee.following II, Tp. cattle S B. R.now II East owned .) breeding places .for; ,the screw 'aw'w..1. taeea. ,.. '" gRoa.e1loJd)(.bs... ,...ITt. -

by and In possession of the said. worm fly .. .... "" IF YOU PREFER OIhecDeaaletile.......1 'It.
j Far C.rlnsr Perk ,. saw. *... for laaa.*.t... sad ...,._' ''We Have mortgagors i as follows to-wlt: One ---- 0- "" 0" .........1 'It.
Jane .._a>l*<.fl ... aefowjl ....... row'... We will new have plea- reirtstered Red Poll Bull, and seventyfour CITRUS SHIPMENTS AhEAD ... ecna ..i'.2 YOU MAY CHOOSE 'JIU..4..a.r ......1 Yr.c1lsal .
'V .. ..... .. ..... ... all _.... .Ierc4 ..... ...-.. head of cattle, together TALLAHASSEE-Nathan. Mayo a. ..d'.. ....,..".... 0 ,..Pes "' 9..1 1.
Oar ..... will ... .s>.... Nl at all .._.. br ......,...*al .e. wbhaw with all future Increase to said herd a ALL A AAGAZINESFROM 0
-: a..w. to .... .... _... !..( rlarkt. ,.> .....r .. ferlKar eat ..... I The ,above cattle marked. smooth commissioner of agriculture, CInIe -. .1...1" o- I-i :esid .........1 Yr.
..vllrleaii flavor that. ascot .No. .M kav*. It,tlkee more .fca. Jaet a crop In right ear and .1'11In left reports _that citrus shipments so I:1nce 0"estiF, CROUP 24immrmmt s.J1neatvftGeowe.o.lTr.
raid ......* to e.r. year _rmtt One .... kaiow Cow mtmrm salt mad ear branded with letter Y.'and ___ _1 .... a..c.S-r".OO
aSker ......4ll.al. Iwill. appS7. to .NrC pomad .. must .. .et .... beat It la Ordered that you and eachof far this year approximately .
4 ... .. you are hereby required to appear halt a million ahead of the same .
In "
said bill of complaint
to December3rd. period last sea......."Thla report Is .. mUmttU. TODAY]
LRT t 8 CURIO; AND SMOKE' YOm MEAT. Till SIBASON: said cause on Monday Tlttm Ottmrt MB THIS UANDY ORDER
A.' D. 1934. otherwise" the allegations baaed on' the number of boxes of '
i' AND BB CONVINCBD.: : of said bill of complaint will citrus fruit passing through! the Our acnt with, die Cfte-A f*. fear m uAM desired said return list
b. taken as confessed by you. It .rr. tg. puWiskers'
... ...... Will ll.'Am Pellewai
Oar Pr' Fur The notice .. cara7y..
that this
'I. further Ordered state ,lnsp ctmp. rvlce for maturity milh your omr.. fill oaf coajwn

: PLAIN SALT CfHK _JMlV4e\ Ik.HMOKR' SALT Cl'RB __lV.e la.SI 4 be consecutive published once weeks" each In week.Bradford for requirements. Inspection on own' rcpraeatatiYe "MbI_II_':: tw to ..&. Csstlieiie. I iselsn. $..:.-.,....___ rtsei*immm ON le leer SMeimdcfteclwd

': 'OAR CVHB; -_ ?_. Vie 1..11...... With.Hickory Weed Se Ib.Meat. County Telegraph a newspaper. oranges, grapefruit and tangerine yew Uita rMMriwU* _. h t Ie strictly.Suarentecd **-m ,.'* isUcnenee" Is"MS MwisiestSneeterlPD. '
published In Bradford County FlorW.tnesa will end December 1. Usually the
end all tubtcriptions will 1 b*
All _...* kc.t .. ........ aatll ...r'" wltkoae .. rn rmmrff.r .. ,Ida. my hand and the official inspection service on tangerinesends > -
rrlil la wood eo.4IU.>. will b* ........... Meat ,. a* ..uar'j Bradford cwUrcd promptly. If arc .t
at Starke. you pra
......l ......14 ...._. to al,..t tk. ..... anr mm klllrd I/MSAI.TKU, seal of said Florida Court thla 31st day of November 13 but due to the -
Kttr unit ...... npr..il ..t aver alakt ta .., .... aalaial bosS. got .... October County A. D. 1914 late maturity of, this year's crop sent Mibfcribtr., to any.of tU ...... ...
Urlnv to ....... mrly the. fallovirlnK ".r. A. J. THOMAS.' Commissioner extended the '
Clerk- Circuit. Court.Dradfo.d Mayo 2IMt. your time will vW elltc..dcd. Tern Ma1 Stste --- -- ... -- -

R. W. TURNER, Owner and Operator COFFICIAt. SEAL County Florida period December of inspection 1,. the on regular tangerinesto expiration QUOTATIONS OH MAGAZINES NOT LISTED I SENT ON REQUESTOE
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-;; cnUBCD DmEOTORYJI1l'11t I kind and indulgent father, a loving the family and a page In our record

Churchgoer FACTS AREWONDERFUL ; husband and generous' neigh book be dedicated to his mem't''

cites;School10:00 c.Worship B. Price-:"Pastor::00 a. m.Uog a.. m. [1 =IIP 1 II ii I The Story fe Bible Told in Pictures I highest bor life trying the ideal golden to put of rule a Into Christian's which his everyday Is life.the ory Committee, JOHN: W. DICKS R. DuBose Pastor., R. 4U

Therefore bo It resolved that we,
U6:13: p. m.Ping t '
r. P. Our friend Beddow, Warren, R. H. Roberts.
"Pop" -
Worship-T:30: p, m presIdent the members of Sartlla Baptist og
Service-7:J of the Associated Dailies, an o000 Church bow In humble submission _.--
;Week Prayer association of all the dally papers l'I __ tI to the will of Him, who dos BLUE BUS SCHEDULES:!

Invited to all our senI In Florida, ran out of program I eth all things weU, and be It fur Dally effective Sept. 1, 1934 {
u are Ideas and asked ye country editor li i ther resolved that we extend to Northbound-4:18: a. m., 1:59: p.

to drop In on the bigwigs at their: ::4- the bereaved ones our love and m., 5:24: p. m., 9:19: p m. ,
MetboaiBi Church Miami convention and expoundbit a L I 1 heartfelt sympathy Southbound-2:18: a. m., 9:34: a.
L B. M. Montgomery, Paste on Ideas you Highlands folks 'I. Be it further resolved that copy m., 12:19 p. m., 6:00 p. m. ;
'lay School-10 a. m., have been reading in The Sun and of this be sent to our county paper Tickets and information at

ning Worship-11 a. m., Pilot lo these many years. 1 He ,_ i : one to the Baptist Witness Smith's Service Station, noxt to ;i

worth League-6:45 p. na.fenlng ._ wanted these Ideas embellished a up :' : for publication, and one be given to courthouse.

Worship-7:30: p.. in.u with whatever slants we've been' --- --
Invited to all these senprebbjterlun ; able to glean out of eighteen

| are months in Tallahassee-sort of on jl TO HELP PREVENT TO BREAK COLDS ; :. j
the Inside
Well, no one ever accused us of +
George '-L Lowry, Minister speechmaking. In fact the frau VICKS VA-TRO-NOL VICKS VAPORUB

100 a. m.-Sabbath -SchooL carries a clanging vanity case

100 A. M.-Morning Worshlj; whenever we go to a convention 80 I

Ion by the pastor. she can drop it to drown us out i I Ili '

::0 p m.Junior Christian Err. if we should happen to get "strurj;

( out" too far. I 4' ,
m.-Evenlng' Worship. -
p. But, honest folks, facts must I be li,

wonderful things-'cause we got ,
: away with a speech In a wonderful rs5 i ,

fashion. It gives us a lot of confidence : d.rpd'
OB I LF Full in each VkMe pockaq.
in the figures we had and. l ( _1
JONEs1 f' +
\ the story ,any student of taxation .L' i

omments can glean from a careful, unprejudiced __ 1.1 +.

And study of the tax sltuatloi FUNERAL DIRECTORS ?
In Florida.
Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Vs to Render
Now a State general sales todon't : PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
Poland the write EFFICIENT
enUIn lllr '
mean anything to us-on MODERATE PRICES 'S
the privilege of preaching l to way or another. Adoption of sucl DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY

reds of people who walked a tax might mean a few more jobs STARKE. FLORIDA .

end stood for four hours I atervlce. for our friends. But the Job bust i

These people snow ness Isn't so hot. It wouldn't raise Solomon' Judgment S.tW..D the Two Mothers.,-In I Kings 1 are recorded the Incidents surrounding IIC
or lower our tax burden If It the death of David, who promised Buth-sheba that his son by her, Solomon, should have the throve.
ire signs of,New Testamenistlanlty worked as Ideally as its misguided After charging Solomon In regard to his duties, David died. At Gibeon the Lord appeared in a dream h'

than any group whichever supporters glibly "hope out loud Solomon, asking what he 'wished as a gift. Solomon choso wisdom, and in I Kings 3 Is recorded the fir** I

been my privilege I Iis. to that It will. instance ot the judgment for which he became so famous. Two women came before him, claiming tIn For Expert RepairingSmith's

In Poland But there is a substitute'for the< same child each declaring that the other' child! hed died during tho night and the surviving child war
I was speaking child divided Into two one part to b_ '
sales tax that will help us and her own. Solomon asked for a sword and ordered l the living parts
>r the auspices-of a -commit honest .given to each woman. 'All this eommnnd the rent mother offered! to relinquish her claim If the child's \lit

This committee-has no ref l you-If-and you do more are an to bring the taxpayer county were spared, but the false mother expressed herself us wlllmrt to take half the living child. 80 Solomon

lulastlcal Identification. It't.'Is and school finances out of the ordered the child given to the first mother, rtTlt'ntbt: fVe child whose welfare was her first thought, GaragePhone
.. ..,
that they have their own fel doldrums than alt the curealla thai was" her. This Illustration by Meriiin
ihlp and their own memberand have been invented in forty gener- I
[ the usual church ordltea. ations. pasture certain time every year. They can He was married to Miss Mary Er- 120

They are sane, independ That, substitute Is no new inventlon Remember us crackers told the dolt' and they will do It. Nearly ma Walnwrlght In 1891, to this .

middle-of-the-road Christian of -it is no cureall. It Is the legislature several years ago they; fifty per cent of them do It now union were born .six children; two Wrecker Service Day or Night
organization Is composed birthright of every honest taxpay could give the millionaires with all and one, reason why' the others sons and four daughters, of whomall
-three churches, every one of er-"honest taxation." their stocks and bonds, mortgages don't Is because they are alwaysexpecting' survive him.
has local self government, the the .
k legislature or'
: meet- It was the hope which our little and other intangibles a ninety; Brother Peeples united with Sar- -- _. '- .--..- IsS
and -- -- -
hundred fifty-seven Governor to extend the time. Itwon.t ---- -- --- -
collection of facts held out U per cent discount It was a dam- I dls Baptist Church In 1888 and remained
places,.two hundred and elgh- thai phool trick, but we did It, so that'i cost you any votes either, a consistent member until -
those bigwigs
wo mission workers. Only; newspaper because like I said above, theState' HOTEL LEAMINGTON
that. But we didn't expect the his death. Soon after uniting
made them who was talking
these mission workers art forget for
of been doing It eighteen
and swallow the rambling words ota < legislature to slice ,another six: with the church, he was ordainedto
receive practically) Jim: Lee '
and they months under Comptroller
cent off that. We voted for the church office of deacon In
fellow who we hope may be best per "Miami's Most Popular Hotel"NE '
ting. This union was organic and we haven't heard anybody say
and which he served most
honestly five mills tax on intangibles faithfullyand
1923 and now has flfteei described as a good reporter to vote
In that they going
his we the legislature cut It to two mills, untiringly through the years.
Intent job-and
This past on Lee because he made
red members. Jim:
orter raise that to His wise council and keen foresight '
conscientiously intent on Now, you levy Boulevard
have been
one thou tlmo. 1st Street lllscayne
had approximately 'em taxes on
the firs) which relied will
to In
conversions. the job of fighting for "honest tar- what we agreed was upon
open atlon" for so many years that the place. Give the honest taxpayer a be greatly missed. Our church Overlooking! Itayfront Park & Biscayne Day y
writer was greatly Impress
old-timers know what to look for Then we think you'll find a big break. Tighten up our tax system realizes, that she has sustained a
of little t
to the possibility without\ a much every( time we get started-elthei, tax assessment hole where lots oi until it Is honest taxation and the great loss, but we rest assured that Opposite Union Bus Station

e'1 being used to editorially or on the street corner. dollars are slipping out. Close I II first thing you know all of us will our loss 'Is his great and eternal
machinery so as and in
great results It Is the oplnof Now the facts are these-backed up, boy: Close It. Pass some sort be honest taxpayers happy gain.We
of law that will require tax the sunlight of our own; self-re- will miss his presence, cheerIng -
of Fiori
that It would tx research knowledge
the writer by ,
Park Pltot. Lowest Rates Ever
spect.- Quoted
assessing official to mandamus ev words and smiling face, yet
ble to spend a.few thousand da'. tax ills and with all the figures ..
Florida taxes ery person who doesn't make a .i we are sure that his influence and
in year and accomplish available
every sworn tax return so these fel II. C.' PEOPLES consistent Christian life will still
bid spiritual results In it our fingertips: to whatthey've 'live In the hearts and lives of Single Room with Bath ., $1.50
ud lands if we would taxes leviedIn lows will have swear Henry C Peeples passed to hI:. on --------------?

attempt pagan to carry so much ec- Enough Florida school every year to are run the i got.. reward Oct. 21, 1934. He was born those who knew him. Double Room With Bath __________________ 2.00

tatlcal overhead. This Is not schools ten to fourteen months. Then fix it so the collector can In Madison, Fla., Sept 21, 1868, Not only has the church, but the ALFRED SIMONS Manager.
lien In a critical 'spirit. I'an and will have to get the money. moved with his parents to this home and community bad suffereda ,

laced that one of the great- Enough general fund taxes four are We make the owner of personal county about the age of ten years. tremendous loss; as he was a --- -- ..-- --
levied to run the government We don't let the motorist -
handicaps to the Christian pro- pay.
is today Is the burden of toe teen to sixteen months. credit side use the road without paying. *J
ill What Florida has on the Why let a real estate owner cash
religious machinery.
'Deed to do and what we must of her ledger enough accounts receivable In on his fruit crop every year :
of tax certificates -
In the shape (CAN
it/ we are to put over the prom bond that without paying; or rent thousands GROW
to oft every (
for Codas to, get back to pay of acres to cattlemen for six cent DOLLARS
I. outstanding.
fit Testament Christianity. tax dollars In per acre without paying; or cut .
There are enough
San timber and take the naval stores
the pasture to permit every county off timber lands without paying. ,
writing In Liverpool Eng write off the ..
five to
J t where we are engaged in an except homestead In Pass some sort of law so the .
tgellstical _campaign.: The ooks today every tax collector can be appointed receiver ,
few have been spent itdon Florida and not miss the money. for any piece of land to
days on a few TREES' 'i'iFLORIDA
ride the range
which to my mind, is In And if we that have strayed outf which the state owns the certifi ON
tax dollars
By ways the most Interesting i the broken cate.' That's a practical businesslike -
British > the pasture through solution. Then income property
r In the world. The
in our taxcoUection '
Mum, where we' .pent only a ences and open gates find more would pay taxes and lots of f
fence, we can
would "come
'hours, contains more treasures aon-income property
of the
to take care
ban enough
which the writer.la personally across" because the collector
noted than any other museum shortage in these five counties in the oth-and might find a way-as receiver + F LORID 'S forest area comprises 67 percent p',

lie world. Two of the oldest pile up safety margins to get some income from It. And
[teal Bible manuscripts are In rs.Hot when you do that don't pile up a of her 35,000,000 acre ,- yet half of this most important

British Museum. One of these air, you all say.know that fifteen lot of costs. The tax collector Is resource'ii lying unproductive and idle. Development of Florida

uuclpts, the Codex Slnaltlcua,, Well, you paid to collect taxes' .
months ago the state government timberland wealth-dependent on reforestation, proper management r'
back to 340 A. D. It was behind at Then get rid of the law that vast
and going
oJ In a monastery at Mt. Son- was bankrupt tax collector to sell "a opp"ort'.nltythat ;
therate of a million\ \ dollars per compels; a and new capital investment presents an
It was owned by the Russian license to start a law suit" because
year, If you don't, ask anybody be broadcast to the world. -d
[eminent. The British Govern. state owed in July, 1933. that's about all a tax certificateIs. should
t recently purchased this mans whom don't want to buy law commercial and
People citrus
And you ell know that today the 'em S In recent years, ,farming, growing,
1pt from enough
the Russian govern- suits. We inherited
with a
t at a coat of half a million tate of Florida stands budget balanced from '25. Instead of this, pass a tourist activities have held the spotlight-yet even now our timberor
*">. The communlsUs of Rus- balanced budget-a that when State and '
I by the remedy we are suggestIng law providing wild land i I. supplying raw materials to 16 wood-using industries,
' wanted It. Say .what ', you for the countlearHonest shall turn the matter over to producing commodities valued at $100,000,000 annually and U

Jje about the British, they have lucky taxation.No estate tax: windfall the sheriff In regular legal fashion q.1 70,000 earners. ,
a employing wage
' en the name of God on the budget, and let that gentleman advertise -
of their institutions::This Is idn't balance estate the 1933-34 tax wasn't and sell the lands. Let'that As 'to the future-no other State offer greater profit possibilities '

*> at the'_unknown soldier's The Acheson gentleman give the. purchaser a ,, ,. lth l
ollected untL'after another year 1' from timberland development. Florida' economic prosperityI
't. Scripture verses have beea"w slate Bherlffs daed-"them are good ; '

Into the- marble, slab on was But even under that way Acheson with a clean estate was deeds" If you want to be a little ?. I I II Inseparably linked with her forest and the growing power of
amb. the delinquent
a part of a program of making all sentimental give"right him a on"year for to come ,\ N. her climate and soil. Vegetable and citrus crops 'go to market in '
the '
oiks overnment.There's pay alike. what they owe lID and pay up and get his property .. crate and hamper; pole are needed for power lines, ties for {

no use in speaker recriminations.as we i! has back got, but a title fix after It so twelve the purchaser months. :: ''VV;: railroad, planks' and piling for docks lumber and plillwork for ''"

As kDoW'fine' told a us public that the weak spot There's no longer any danger the of ; Xa 'bome-buUdias and barrel staves for the naval stores industry.
from over
Miami talk was the use of telling the "roof 1, from Florida i I.
ID that cited. widow's head" for as our friend, Pulp and paper making pine a growing
ames in the down examples to the, meat Inthe Frank ShutU' Miami Herald recently -manufacture of white newsprint from lash pine i i. an epochal
I 80 we get
coconut-what we told those pointed has out eliminated, the this) I accomplishment with tremendous possibilities for Florida. tai
the next
I boys the only.and man repeated we've got a right to stock behind cry the of widow's the tax dodger skirts""biding and Florida I is the last frontier with cheap land and untold reource.but s

give instructions to-the legislator pouting against an honest sale to develop them we must broadcast the story of out 5
elect._ _
lauS we It helped went about this way: at' delinquent tax property.eliminate The opportunities to the world, attract people and wealth to our soils

You eedJ, Itl We don't want any general newfangled sales the homestead last excuse amendment for not doing away expand our consumer market A coordinated, intensive advertising
tax in Florida or any
llaurance tax Ideas just yet. We don't needm urtth the antiquated scheme.of tryIng program in behalf of All Florida i is an economic necessity of
"Is necessity_t > and us crackers voted' loud to sell tax benefit citizen. Let all wqrk together on &
.POllctive necessity. guard-' nough Nov.. 6 for everyone toknow you legislators ought to direct financial to every .

you against fire losses it.Now onflrm plainly the ruling of the rats all-important job. ,
tIry day which when you legislators get Comptroller as supported by the }
ore than lion Coy Court's ninety-five percent rr
a half to Tallahassee jlrop in to see Supreme ?
**n a. year. ernor Dave Comptroller Jim Lee, opinion so that no longer may

TOIl state auditor, the treasurer, ounty commissioners and school -,"
never know the '
when fin '
commissioner of agriculture boards loot the pockets of honest o41L I DA .:
curs< on your premises, but an4 the find out what those boys havecovered taxpayers to pay salaries and expenses The All Florida Committee ,is a for'
rte< stock lie Insurance with the when friends of "the elect" non-profit organisation" .
la wrong partisan,
== you of sound pro.' rncea to our tax pasture. Find md tax dodgers la general are allowed the promotion of Florida's welfare. COMMlTu" f:E. .

out where the gates are open andthe to get by without paying.' a whole Study these weekly armoone- '

ROLD rails are down. Then close And lastly,, don't' extend the lena carefully so that you may know '
C. u..e gates and put up the raUwtaen taxpaying time. Stop this nefar- Florida sn4 thus be better fitted t* ...

U1; some frisky tax dodgers ma practice'now.' Let the people failure proepenty. .
A- In Its _
I their taxes'before a .so operate
r .. IT* kicked 'em_off bopping.out of earn" pay: *" i

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: Bradford County Telegraph. Just THANKS as we were RUSSELL sitting down to Maybe mamea You've- [ ODD -- BUT TRUE ]

the typewriter to pound out a resume .
Established 1877
of the State Press Assocla
--- ---------- week' Heard It 'ButI'rofih
-- Ocala
---- ----- tlon meeting In last
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class I so that our readers could see- that __ ,

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida the life of a country editor is not .
all unpaid subscriptions and anonymous 'bfe'Trip'
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letters, along came Russell
E. L. Matthews--------------Editor, and Owner We make a point of coming
Kay's column- and said it all so
away from State" Press Association -
__ each>
J -- much better than we could hay ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE done that we have decided to let meeting: 'WI hat, least one FLY QWjW,v.* J&gSSSf lilirlVi Y '
good story. Of course 'there are r : ; >a i ti'G
him be artist for this week. ,. tr e ,,
guest "' t ) a'r
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance I Here is Russell's "Too Late To other things .we come awaywith, P i! i
such as new Ideas about the
Rates "
Advertising on ApplicationLet's
Graphic Arts Code and indigestionfrom
I've attended a lot of good Press trying to eat too many good

hope this talk of war turns out, to be just talk. Conventions but the one we pulled things at too many different w 1.
off in Ocala last week was the best times; but It seems to us that a N

0 yet. From the standpoint of attendance good story Is at least as Important w "t"wt V A, M a j11 !M'
Thanksgiving should mean more than merely aribthcr\ it surprised everybody. as the former, and certainly L ry v

i holiday. ',' Believe it or not, there were more much more so than the latter.
men present than polltlclana -
newspaper Claude Lee Gainesville theatre
'- 0' probably due to the fact manager, was chief story teller at 4h ei} ,? _.. '
A., girl who marries a'meal ticket Usually gets''re) r fill that It occurred after, and not be- i the Ocala get-together, and if this

before long.. "'': """"* foro, an election. one reads half" as funny aa it tvef
President Charley Helfensteln sounded when Claude; told it, you.
A; o fcld'a masterful Job In arranging a should be willing: to help pay our, +:.r v.revwr.rS r..7;i' tLtr d'R ,4"aA dAaw.lu'.t.nk.. '
Money is worth a lot, but It is not worth paying for with bang-up program and the whole expenses to the next: : convention:' r, ' -

'' affair was a brilliant success Secretary A negro, preacher reached the t x a

} your self-respect. I Horace Smith, of the Ma "climax pf his 4 sermon! and shoutedat I 111 AT V4 tNPEgS11T10N l ''a A

0 non County Chamber of Com- the top of' his"-y. ice. "We'se got _1q! WS bin t1OO4 4 NECK OP Ap
Fashion might be a tyrant, but the lady folks seem to be merce, assisted by Shorty Davidson the de\lbll\; tied, brother. We'se got h ;y HAD
willing subjects. of Silver Springs, provided the 'debbi1 tied, ;Wes we're'! ,got Ci4r + iLL DIE l 18 "
+ pretty ; olentv of high class entertainment the debbll ''tied,) ,Yes we'ae got
1 0 which included dinners banquets de debbll tied. .' O E IN 1 SOUT /

AH the world loves a lover-with the possible exception "Seeing Silver' Springs," speedboat Then pointing around among r r

4 husband. trips down the river a visit the members of his awe-struck J GilGOTTA
of the woman's bf
to the Reptile Institute and dancing congregation, he continued "But r' f e
'p-- f ,1" \OOYOU'RE '
until- he. ain't, tied too tight to gtt you.
When a little rye is mixed in with wild oats the result is As for speakers, we had 'em before Slstah Jones An' he ain't tied too i r Otr'IIN'Too 8101 _

combustion. after and In between meals tight to glt you, Sistah Perkins.An' .
spontaneous and they talked to us on every sub- he ain't tied too tight to git
+ 0C ject from heifers onthe i highway you Slstah Llghtfoot." m

C Every mother will tell you that her son is an exponentof to the Ten Commandments. All At that instant a disgusted a

the door" policy.A of 'em were good but one of 'em young lady In a back row jumpedto t& DOG WAS RECENTLY SHVPPED
., was better.. her feet. "Hell. He might as 'RO'tOMTI)>: EOQOPC At A
o J. Francis Cooper, of the State well be loose!" she shouted .t CARRIER FOW A PLEA C\I\CU'I.!
is about the only proof some graduates have Agricultural Extension Division, -
diploma ofFlorida' -'QO TO* TH.eK. WAS, COMn
told us such a glowing story *
Going A-Mllklng
fi1'OcoC\ DOG* HAIR' '
that know anything.
4 they ";. 'agricultural future that We happened to be inspecting .
to ------- ------
0 most of the fellows were ready .ho'menagerie at Silver Springs

? If the Red Cross workers happened to miss you'look'('one trade their newspapers for a farm right at rattlesnake,milking time ning over before the holidays. A shown in recent weeks.

before he was half through. last Friday. Of air the ways to friendly gesture a few free games "Peck's Bad Boy" will arrive
y 4 of them up and volunteer. Governor Dave broke in on the earn your dally bread and butter, TOO LATE on the municipal golf course, admission Sunday for a two-day run. It Is

o meetln' for about thirty minutes we think?that c4,,being a snake- to Diamond Ball games, Jackie "Cooper's newest picture,

Headline: ""Woman With Trunk May"Be Released:/;;" ,She and took us into confidencef with milker la perhaps the least attractive [ TO CLASSIFY together with a friendly smile Is and this famous book Is said to
an "off record" talk, which, to a ., The milk-man caught the winning the patronage of hundredsof provide a perfect vehicle for this
I should be held for a side-show. e newspaper man 'has about the snake'wlth all.the .ease and non 07 RtUSELL'KAY'.eeresey tourists and these 'good folks popular young star. He la supported .

o same batting average as an anonymous chalance that the;:average person 8 Florida' Preen' Anmm, are busy telling others. by Thomas Meighan and

would letter Would" 'use :to pick up*an earthworm I don't know who la responsiblefor Jackie Searle.
If one' boy could do a job in an hour two boys Scott Loftln, of the AmericanBar
hooked itq. fangs over the It seems that Hollywood has the plan but It certainly Is a The climax' will come Tuesdayand
decide to go swimming instead. Association talked to us edge, of a glass;? and squeezed. gone goofy and instead of knock. good one and will pay many times Wednesday of next week when
about''' crime and the newspaper.He "
than tablespoon of Paramount'i
0- More venom In' the tourists for a loop has over "College Rhythm
seemed to be pretty mush upset ame running out. It takes only latest musical comedy, will be
of makln' fuss
There is time when a wife is willing to listen to her formed a policy a
one over the fact that a lot of publishers a. drop or two to kill a person. The 'em. ELECTION COMMENT OF presented. It promises a gorgeous

y husband; when he Is talking in his sleep. were giving the criminals more pOison> sells for J25 an ounce, it over A gentleman from Maine or THE OPPOSITION PRESS medley of girls, music, comedy

space than they were the lawyers was said, and is used in preparing Minnesota or some other out of I -' and stirring football scenes with
Senator Wm. C. Hodges got up anti-toxin. The venom was bright drive "The victory at the polls was Joe Penner, America's favorite radio
4 life, is just one thing after another fend it's usually the on top of' his table and tried to yellow and looked just about like I i through the way the place town happens of Hollywood.to In that of President Roosevelt and star, heading the cast.

r bill collector after the instalment buyer.o talk the rest of us under ours. He eo much orange juice. We are : his bewilderment he parka In the New Deal., It would be foolishto Supporting Penner will be seen

o outlined some of the problems confronting just wondering witnessing this I front of a fire plug or steps on the controvert that fact. Republican Lanny Ross popular tenor Lyda
the next legislature and performance is going to spoil our little too States including heretofore Robert!,,'Mary Brian and Helen
Willie behaves at 'the table don't call the doctor. December scattered germs for enough editorials taste for our favorite before-break- gas Is a apt to attract enthusiasticallyand the attentionof rock-ribbed Pennsylvania have Mack.

25 isn't nearly so far away as it was.o to meet publishers' needs fast drink If it; does, we will be a traffic cop. have been swept from their moor- .

for the next six months. madder than,eve?at: rattle snakes. It seems that Law and Order in ings. Usually there is reaction In In 1929 there were 1,6&S,847
Karl Lehmann, Secretary of the while an 'off year.' But this is anythingbut golf balls, valued at more than
Hollywood rigid enough as
as We think our wants and our needs are synonymous untilwe Seminole County Chamberof Commerce A book publi'ahgr's! circular- says far as' burglars or pick pocketsare an off year".Phlladelpbla.Inqu1i'erPubll $6,444,727 manufactured ll this
have money enough to buy only the'latter. made'the same the last speech fifteen that we should have_ 'been saying"a I concerned is nil on traffic Ledger,, (Rep.: ) country.-
been making reg-I -
la mud',all these years instead ulations if the offender
--0 years and got the same enthusiastic ot "a la mode." We don't Intend to be from out of state. !'One thing Is certain: :Ur.Roose- Although nearly 20,000 persons

applause. Karl thinks why let a little; old circular tell us Instead of crowdln' the strang' velt has won what every President went. to prison for debts in Eng
change your act as long as It con- keenly desires-a mid-term man- land in the last year, very few of
what, to do in a {piatter like this, er or visitor over to the curb,
chil-i tlnues to click. Among other date and with vote income tax defaulters.ll.iitn..i .
towever. We'd be afraid some darn sllppln' him a dirty look and a a magnificent them were
things, he stated that the popula- fool waiter would take us literally i police ticket while they Inform of confidence." Springfield '

Everybody cannot have a turkey but some folks find it ion of Florida would double in the him the bond will be fifty bucks; (Mass.) Republican. Starke., Fla., November REPORT Int. 1934.
next ten years which must have --i:... Report of the Clerk of the Circuit
tell the of.
: traffic officers
to be thankful for full of turnip greens. downright dlscouragln' to adherents politely Court In and for Bradford County
I? a pot
easy Ah-A letter fender that nice people don't park "The country. In an off year, has Florida, on account of taxes sexes-

.- of birth of control.Orlando madea Well, there still Is hope for the cockeyed or make life unplesantfor Increased the presidential strength i'.01 for &VKNIOHT, Tax Collector.
a Walter Hays; female sex.' At last a belated rePlY firemen by blockln' off the In Congress. With so great power I 1 BRADFORD COUNTY
,One exchange says that there are no,whiskers in Heaven bully talk bout ''heifers on the has been received In answer tour hydrant. They follow this up withan back of him, a power unprecedented I| Coaab':._Proper. -I *,,.6,09,
u because most men get there only by a close shave. highways and said no guy should > SchopenhauC'column of two apology and assure you ,that the President has the opportu- To Fly Balance amount collected due ... 7109:

,1 o be elected to the legislature_ unlesshe weeks asro'.- It' was aulte a reliefto they know the offense was not nity -to achieve magnificent results. Ta Balance due --_--_:: 3.507.0H

p could prove himself a good find the little purpieInked'mls.Ive Intentional-and by the way your It is the prayer, of every To Balance Floe due nod__Forfeiture__...... I-"'? ?!
is said have without
A Massachusetts man to gone sleep fencer.-- In our morning mail early this ,, license tag indicates that you area American that he will be gloriously By amount collected ::: Ugat:
'I for a yean He'must not have been to the movies lately. Walter Hawkins, Federal Ornithologist week, for'as a,general thing: the tourist. successful."-Boston Traveler To Balance('..., .,.due Read) ---sad_- HrlilveTo .

pI? Q- for Florida told us about ladies art' quite/gifted 'at repareaslng. I Since you are sorry and won't (Rep.) Balance due ________, f.r.Ir,71,
eagles. especially blue ones. He and like nothing better how about By amount collected ,.- : /,m??
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have it that the is wondering and that -
Reports Republican Party aid they were protected than the ancient pastime of ,, here for a few days. Here Is a "The sweep of the New Deal extended to: ..tr School UramlTo 18.2IU4
' what! to do with, Hoover. Why non leave. him right where he we'd better quit shootln at 'em.the squelching .the' unwarq male who courtesy c (rd. "_ everywhere but its gains Bjr amount Balance collected due --.. __ _-.-- 18611

is ? However the main bout of peaks out of turn'' : But now that i And boy, I mean Jt Is a courtesy were most noticeable In the East To Balance due -____,__--- 8.10891Total
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we have had one letter In answer to I card. It's all printed up neat'and and the'' Middle West. In other Balance. due- __ _...... 0,30866
vt o named Clayton Rand, Director the column.we feel l hull the entire pretty with stubs attached to, It parts of the country the tide came I, Br amount collected- ?, ,- .-- 130 54,
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like railroad and each
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: just' when most of the customers past two weeks that they were I Ticket number one, reads: "Ad- record gain."-New York Sun. By amount collected ,. : __ 2,0i 40,16 l; .J,
berry.: ,' were ready to ask for their money going to sit''Idly by and let Schop- mit bearer and family to the Hol- (Ind. Rep.), To Balance duelaural

0'L back or a rain check and made'speech a nhauer get away with murder, lywod Municipal Casino." The cop ," To Balance duo -----... 31302';T
that had everybody. slttln'on -amount collected --- ? !
A college student who had just returned from foot- explains that .all the best peoplego ey due. a"J *
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stark.B7a. there and you'll find a real wel- Widows Praelo.To l .
ball game, defined a stadium as a big, round thing for holding 11his breath. He was a kind of Nov. 25, 1934. come awaiting you. In F.or 3 Treats "'Balance collected due _.-.-... 31.5 JT 8
liquor. ross between 'whirlwind and an Bradford County. '. By amount 10.:51
,Telegraph The next stub is good for free To Balance due ----- -
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o orator he had -William Jennings Dear Sirs: any C Diamond Ball game at Movie fans t in Starke and surrounding To ,Balance due __-.'_ ._ 11,6tR.A0 I .
You never tell what obstacles a has surmountedto lashed to the mast and promisedan
can man Bryan I Intended to write'sooner in reply Dowdy Field any night you may territory are By amount collected. ,II.81163
become great. It is reported that Mrs. Garner calls her could make Billy Sunday look likea to the column In your issue of wish to attend.. eventful week: of theatregoingwith To Balance due _. -
deaf mute. He talked about I the Rita bringing three smash rkrrkx
November 16 of
husband "Nance. consisting excerpts The next pass informs you that
;i In and hits In succession to the local
everything general nothingIn from the spoutlngs of an alleged you are Invited to be ,the guestof COLDS
a particular and put so much man called, Schopenhauer. the city for a round of golf on screen. .
One! art critic says that Venus de Milo has a neck like a punch pep and personality IntoIt I say I would have written sooner the municipal golf links : The parade begins Thursday"and 666 FEVtH

:t prizefighter., She wouldn't get far in the ring with those that >everyone present unanimously If I hadn't been so busy cleanIng Hollywood, the card reads,' is a Friday of this week.with Ginger
it' the best Rogers and Fred Astalre In "The
I a agreed was up the hou e"after a member planped city, developed for 'the cleat dalLhtPVD
' short arms of hers, however. speech he ever heard in his life,;; ptwbatyoul4: cracft-pot philosopherwould pleasure, and-recreatlon of visitors Gay Divorcee," a mu.lcatsbow Headaches
'I; probably the aesthetic that has ,been setting box-office- I -'TAll1,
o --- 0NURSERY ,Fan and citizens. Your attention Is .
sex. "X don't have time to intoa that records everywhere it has been ,SAI.VB HOOP pro.e!.. SBII ro....
j. It's pretty hard to keep two things working at once; so if SCHOOLS go called to, the fact Hollywood _
long discussion .of his charge Beach Is' one' of the finest on the
k"c the tongue is kept busy all the time, it's safe to say that the Warmth, food. Instruction and that we women lack sense of suseptlblllty Atlantic with splendid bathing fa- ,

brain is being:given a rest. playground> facilities for under- for music, poetry ,and I cilities. ', ..
o privileged pre-school children In fine art. but It he were alive I i It is revealed that Hollywood lea ,I
his county seems almost too good would like to tell him that there delightful place to spend the winter JI
The best of all rat poison is made from pure nicotine. to be true, but it became a reality are a few other things we can't with splendid accommodations ; 'RE'A'L : ESTATE

Think of all the trouble it would save if we could teach the his week with the opening of a appreciate such as exotic designs at modest prl .. You are but : ,

little creatures to smoke cigarettes. nursery school here. of cigarette ashes on every rug In twenty; ,minutes' from Miami and ,;'; I'1
Children of relief clients are the the house, artistic rings In the don't really need to look farther. .. '''''
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o only ones eligible at this time, butIt bath tub sparkling pools of wateron As a consequence Hollywood la ? : ,
One farmer complained to the AAA that he had writer's is believed that thla fine work the bath room floor and dog making many new friends, Folk. :' ; 1

cramp from signing so- At that,he had better might later be extended to take lair upholstery In the one and ,on- :who had no intention of stopping (, IFOU WANTTOBUY
many papers. \
1m children of who '
o' parents are on 1:1": family automobile' there have been impressed' with \
n have writer's cramp than hunger cramps. the "border line." In other words, I wish Mr, Schopenhauer couldhave I this unusual reception and upon, '-1FYOU'WANTTOSELL

0x an attempt will be made to Include come home-to lunch with my investigation have found that,the '

Scientists say that no one knows what heat is. They'rewrong the children in homes that are not husband one day recently when I, enterprising clUsena 'of this com- '-. ", ?: il l
dependent on relief but cannot af In my womanish unaesthetlo way. munity a re really sincere and everyone .
: Heat Is something janitor never gives you ford to give their young one. all attempted to surprise him with socma to appreciate the Importance "

enough of except on ,warm days when he gives you too much. advantages that are to be offeredby new draperies at the' dining room of .developing1 ,tourist We- ,Invite You.- 'fo- Ca11 l on
srfl : the school. windows: h e hasp t seen them yet.I trade. i
o The minimum enrollment that Is have' decided ,to wait and : and
surprise Today few house. in this splendid '- '" : -txperaeuced:
The skin of a woman in a Kansas City hospital has turned allowed in the school Is thirty pupils him with them,at Christmas city are vacant. Indications I

blue, purple red, brown and red,again. Most women limit but It Is expected that there I wish your Schopenhauer couldbe are that it will be filled and tunpla1lllng : J
;1, vlll be> many more than this number la the same room with my husband ProperlyCertifiedwens. l -
to enroll when parents become when he waits up every about my husband. He I IIO
envy familiar with the fine work that Ieto night for that horrible program of i* Just a' man-no moreno leas. :, ,, :

be carried on., hill billy music. And I devoutly and I think I have one of the beet. .,..M ssNUawsWw.www' ; '

r) loves fish fish-wormT-Tlmes-Union. ---o.---' w( hfee '''could look over, my I am only too thankful,-i that 1
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upon The great leader of the north, esthete's shoulder 'when he has didn't grow up In Germany (In the .. ,
;same hypothesis, we, as we love to eat, must be a grub worm. Abraham Lincoln was a southerner just smuggled a new volume of 1800's and fall In love with Schop- uss WnahMNnenammnesnrssaasienna. iaiasonnsssna.sin, ., .__oNeo"I -

-McIntosh News. And the farmer who likes to till the soil He was bona'W'K ntuek7 Captain BUiy Smokehouse poetry enhauer", ..LICENSED: BROKERSPAOIl1
is, of course,'an earth worm. and his wife. alsov.caaut.ftaa a Into the living norm himself.Sinderely. I I'' l
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