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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 18, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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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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BRADFORD COMMON SENDS LABORTO FIRST To Bring Farm In Buying Reach Of StarkeWith Bradford Sees


0GREES CANALTen KILLED completion last week of I questioned about the possibility of

men yesterday answered the the final laying of white rock on 1 employees there turning to this Dream RealizedIn

first call on Bradford County for the Bradford County stretch of area as their- purchasing source, I

THSHOLTZ common labor on the cross-state INROAD CRASHCoroner's the Starke-State Farm highway, a replied "Your town can easily at-

canal, local WPA officials have an new payroll of approximately $0.- tract the attention of buyers here

nounced. Another quota is expected 000 a month will be within arm's through advertising week-end specials Prison Road

to be taken from here soon. reach of local merchants and businessmen ." He continued: "Your fine '
Six-
of I.itiiI.
Sees Threat Those who left Thursday for Jury Fails civic organizations will likely attract !
Veteran road contractor' M. the ladles of the farm and ..,
Month Term For Ocala were: W. B. Parrish, Lester pa Fix Blame for -

Slade, Jack Mace, Marlon Gatlln, Gray has exerted,every effort to where they go a friendly intimacy Job )Will Be Completed '
Bradford Ancll Brown, L. W. Conway, Jor- Accident have the road almost as passablenow I will naturally result. I, for one L. F. CHAPMAN '

dan L. Brantley, Andrew Starling, as It will be In Its final stateof am glad that it now takes only a By November 15,

FRUITLESS Cecil Crawford FUNERAL completion and the stretch few minutes to reach Starke. The
PARITY BILL and C. Tyler, They SERVICE FOR Gray Says
closer Starke and kids and the rest of haveto
AI TAX HELD UI were recruited from all parts of YOUNG MAN TODAY brings together us just
the county. its neighboring colony, the State attend the ehow once or twicea 't.

With the prediction yesterday of A coroner's Jury late Wednesday Prison Farm, long separated by week," MAKES GOOD TIME

, U-month term for Bradford afternoon failed to fix the blame nine miles of ruts and bumps.In The state's canteen, operated for -

flinty schools unless something la SHOLTZ NAMES for an automobile collision here a general survey- of the nearby emergency purposes only, takes: r ;,h rp First Authoriratton'

none to Increase the state's appro- Tuesday night In which Otis Den Institution this week It was revealed little of the employee's compensation

radon for operating expenses mark 22, lost his life. that close to 100 employee- it was explained by author Introduced

-Superintendent A. J. Grlffls failed Bradford Men The accident occurred about 8 families live within the boundariesof Itatlve sources. In 1927

|agree with a statement by Gov- o'clock when a light truck, driven the farm who are;anxious to From a general survey of buying

Emur Dave Sholtz that funds were by the young man collided with a make Starke their t rading'headquarters habits at the farm colony it (a believed -

equate for a full term through ON COUNCILBODY heavy fruit truck Just south of and welcomeJTae oppor- that completion of the hard', ,When the last load of rock was f
To'them. durrped In ;the road bed of the
the tunity now presented
ut t the state. Alligator Creek bridge on road will>mean $4,000 or $5,000 a
[ Governor's message came In Road 13. The vehicles met with L. F. Chapman, superintendent month more circulating in the bus Starke-State Farm highway; about
The of the this week expressed 10 o'clock last Saturday meaning ,
such force that Denmark's prison, ;
to a telegram from the TO COOPERATE truck, iness channels of Starke.
i reply himself as "very 'delighted" to tints was practically written to an
Education Aasocl- WITH STATE after turning over several times, scoffed at Is
ntral Florida PLANNING Institution Nothing to be 4 he
have Starke and the Imaginary volume that might
tieD asking: him to attend a meet- BOARD came to a stop In the middle of the brought closer togetberw1tad he $0,000 payroll eighty-five per cent entitled "Bradford County's Fight"for
U Gainesville October. 23 "to road about 150 feet from whera of which must naturally go for the
In
looks forward to an agreeable acquaintance this Important project. -. ,
ICUM Immediate plans for meet- Governor Dave Sholtz this week they collided. His death was apparently In the' uture. necessities of life, Including cloth- w,a ? y, i ,,, t bill
the financial crisis;' The as- appointed five members to the Instantaneous ing food and other non-luxuries. The original authorizing.
[ Pointing out that 117 men are .. .
construction of the
Bradford The driver of the large truck, hl&hwayVa.
Councilto
held In County Planning
ation meeting was Mr. Many bargains to greet our
Chapman
on the farm payroll. Introduced Into the house of
(
work In William Altizer, employed by the upper
with the
alDNIville and was. attended by cooperation said that .bout.l00 live In the new neighbors appear on the Inside .
the Florida back
Doss Produce of Roanoke of the Legislature way
Company, -
State Planning Board. They were: Popular superintendent
Crlffls. whilef of of the Telegraph this
r. Va., and his companion, Sherman colony others, many pages who this week In 1937 by Col. D. E. Knight, then
N. D. Wainwright, Jr., of Starke, week. We Invite the State Farm State Prison Farm,
[ the Bradford superintendentId whom live In Starke, are enthusiastic senator from this
Fred Hazen, Brooker, T. J. Terry, Lawrence, were both unin expressed himself as delighted serving as coun-
that even with 100 over being given convenIent colonists to read them and make .
yesterday he
Even though was successful )
ty.
jured. Their truck did not
wtejfe Floyd Wiggins, New River over- with the new road from the Inst -
center from
their
t cent collection of county tax..steacher facilities of travel to this city. Starke trading at that time In having the ;
turn after the Impact. pro- '
and H. V. Saxon, Hampton, tutlon to Starke.CHAPMAJfv.
i salary and bus driver .Both men testified before Coun- One of the prison officials, when now on. ject placed on the preferential list 4
d would be two months short Mallory Thomas, of Starke, will matte"
ty Judge E. K. Perryman, actingas of road construction the 1'
th the amount now promised bye serve as an ex officio member coroner, that at the time of the GODWIN SEES dragged/ on, delayed from time to lr

itateI from the Board of County Commissioners collision they were as far over on CHURCHES HERE time, until its authorization fits! *
while' no representativehas MANY BENEFITSTO
I With the parity appropriation the right hand side of the road as summer ?
yet been designated from the t. "
11 p declared unconstitutional andi they could drive without danger of After its Introduction In the legislature '
Pleased
Board of Public Il1ltruc loa. FARMERS IN PRODUCTIVE
Extend
;
I i chain store law still In the running onto the shoulder. succeeding senators and ''e
rts this county can be sure of Governor Sholtz requested the Funeral Service Today WATEROAK SECTIONOF

$32,814.60 from the state, Mr. new appointees to hold a meeting Mr. Denmark Is survived by ii INVITATIONLOCAL COUNTYJ. WRITES OF ROADCLOSER newer ''

flriffii has been told. From theounty soon and perfect the organization bride of four months who was MUs G. Godwin, genial production the project a reality, Clllsens

general tax fund $9,030.33 by electing officers. No date has Louise Sapp before her marriage' manager of the State Prison Farm generally took much Interest In the

i aueased for schools, and the yet been set for the meeting, but It last June. His father, P. S. Den- this. week expressed himself 'as matter and from time to time '

school( district maintenance Is expected that ,itwUi' be. held mark, manager of a furniture store M1f1STERS' greatly appreciating the efforts of COMMUNION large delegations from here made

.1 Is $9,830.24.,. The total. $150.- some time next week. here, and his mother also survive, WELCOME: FARMRESIDENTS everyone concerned in obtaining BETWEEN SECTIONS the pilgrimage to Tallahassee to, ,"

417, falls short of the ,$06,000 Appointment of councils was as well as two sisters, Mrs. J. E. \ completion of the StarkeStateFarm SEENBy appear before the State Road Department {S ..

Ich Mr. Grlffls estimates will made In all counties In the state. Thomas St. Augustine, and Mrs. highway.Mr. and plead for what they. '

required to operate all county They will assist the state board In Roger Ward, Starke; and three Starke ministers this week Godwin said: "The route L. F CHAPMAN justly considered one of the mottt

'cols for eight months. Receipts gathering data In working towardthe brothers, R. G and J. E. Denmark joined in extending to State Farm opens an outlet for one of the best When thud and space are obllt. Important roads In the state. ,q

j occupational license taxes "future development, welfare Starke, and Claude Denmark, Eus residents a warm welcome to at- farm sections In Bradford Coun crated, men and women come t 0> Made Good Time iYf, '
1 but will not mako and of the state." Texas. section. Farmers know each other better-and manyof construction
help some, governance tace, tend church services here. ty, the Wateroak L. M. Gray, whose
p the difference, the superlnten- '. The young: man was born at New will be able to carry their pro- the lllUMlons and fears fade company has furnished machinery '
The Rev. C. B. Price, of the Into The Stat
t said Fllver in this county and served duce to Starke as well as to Ral- away nothingness and trucks for the work, this week

[ In his reply to the Central Flor- WILL ROGERSAT three years In the Army, most of Baptist Church, said: "Realizingthat ford, our nearby neighbor This Road Department Is steadily doIng said that the highway should be K+ w,

Association, Sholtz said: RITZ SUNDAYBELOVED which time he spent In the Panama the new road to the State' should greatly aid In cooperative away with the sectionalism of complete with final surface treat- r,

ere Is absolutely no need for Canal Zone. Since(: his return tD Farm will soon be completed, marketing -which will enable a our state by establishing roads tl) ment by November IS Mr. Gray r-

)terla on the part of school de.tee COMEDIVN AP- civilian life he had been associatedwith bringing Starke within short drivIng buyer to gather and offer best every nook and cranny, and by w Is under contract to furnish ma- +i I 9

at this time." He said thaOUi PEARS IN ONE OF his father In the furniture distance the First Baptist prices to organizations in various doing making a vast but Intimate' tennis for slagging the road and he .,

i engagements In Wa&hlng- LAST PICTURESWith business here Church wishes to extend to the towns and communities of the pattern of paved roads In which estimates that his part of the ex-
will be heldfrom the State Farm a cordial every village, town and city has '
I on Important state business! Funeral services residents of county. pense will run to $00,000
the final appearance Frl- attend both the a permanent part At last, the
nld the Baptist Church this aft- invitation to "I think that In bringing toð.er
prevent him from attending The State Road Department furnished
,
Gainesville meeting. lay night of the Canova family, ernoon at 3 o'clock with the Rev.C. Bible school and worship services. the civic organizations of both Road Department has connected 35,000 tons of lime rock {t''
"BroadwayGondolier" the Florida State Farm Into this
formerly of Starke, In B Price, officiating. Inter- Sunday School at o'clock, morning the State Farm and Starke that a for the foundation which cost Y ,
Be -
[ continued: "In oplntoi Theatre attention vast The road from approximately
my at the RItz pattern. new
ment will be in Crosby Lake Cemetery worship at 11 and evening worship friendly attitude will result, and I '
r proposed meeting at this time of local fans will turn to Raiford to Starke, now nearing $61,300
welcome last
The DeWitt C. Jones Com- : at 7:30: A friendly am overjoyed to know that at '
i entirely unnecessary and will "Steamboat Round The Bend," one become completion Is In this sense one of Convict labor was used almost vj'
la In charge of arrangements awaits you. a convenient route has
taU 1 needless expense on those atlog of the last pictures made by tho pany Methodist Church the available to State Farm employees the Important roads In the statj entirely on the road with between''|

late Will Rogers before his fatal From the he concluded. The people of these nearby com- fifty and sixty prisoners being i'"J
sent the ,
"The i money spent by school oflall airplane crash several weeks ago. The Townsend ClubThe Rev.following B. M.message Montgomery: "The Methodist Mr. Godwin, who has charge r>f munities have at last been brought worked every day. Mr. Gray em- IJ
i for drama-filled, down-to-the more permanently Into close com ployed about thirty men to drive 't.:
such purpose can be put It Is a Townsend Club will meet at Church of Starke extends to the productive source of the farm, 11
munlon. his trucks and unload the rock at '
much better of life along the Mis-
use in paying theCrating earth story affiliated with
October earnest Invitation to come has been officially
an
House Monday
Court .
expenses of the schools. sissippi in the roaring 1880's, the the you As membersof the Institution for ten years any The State Farm one of the largo., the siding/ here. .
Interested and with us.
worship j
21, at 8 p. m. Every one Work was begun at the other ,
["With In the greatriver's Institutions of the state In of
point
practice of rigid economyan most colorful period his outlook for the future
needs of humanity the Methodist Church we open bright
In the desperate end of the road at the town of Ral-
*1 also and
honest This film poulatlon. la closely ;
effort on the part history. and bid encouraging for businesa expense
time should hearts and church you seems /
the our
at present ford on the other side of the State
motion people
us to encourage the pay- marks the picture the TownsendPlan welcome. As pastor I shall be men here.DIRECT. :
"-I t of taxes, It Is my opinion that Irvin S. Cobb, the beloved humorous try and be present, In 1can. of Bradford and Union Counties Farm on September 10. Mr.any"fi
that has ever to serve you any way
happy
Is the only one thinks he has made excellent time .
of the citizens t
"ill be He and Rogers RELIEF Many are employed
sufficient State monT : writer. relief Feel free to call upon me at
tillable In connection with furnish laughs, thick and fast, as been offered that promises School 10 there; always the Judge of this) circuit considering that several days were \;,:,
and worries of time Sunday .' )
i from the hardships any MAY ENDMISS hears cases arising. from the lost because of bad weather last ?
anticipated funds to steamboat captains. 11
rival at
operate service '
to bring o'clock morning
schools for a full term with all Next Tuesday and Wednesday poverty, that promises Every evening service at 7:30.: HOPES affaire of prisoners; the salaries of month "
to all our people. HEERING .
With prosperity the employees 'largely are spent In
To You
1'8 and bus driver "Orchids :
paid. will bring white person male or female, Dr. George H. Lowry, pastor a:, NEW FUND WILL I}
adD Jean Muir. This Is the vicinity of these counties; law. FUND SOUGHT
John Boles Is eligible for membership Church, said: BE GIVEN (
of legal age the Presbyterian
that has proven yers practice In the courts on matters .1
. MAN KNIFED a sprightly comedy throughout the coun- In the club and at the rate "The Presbyterian Church of : According to orders from Wash of concern to the prisoners; FOR PRISON ";',

popular that memberships are being taken Starke extends a cordial Invitationto Ington, direct relief by the FERA physicians often are called and In : i

OUT OF DANGERfflBVATT try.Thursday and Friday of next In the Townsend Plan It will he the people of the State Farm U will cease November 1. but Miss many other Intangible ways the TO BE USED IN y 1

will show "Llttla only a short time until the organization attend its services Sunday Schoolat Gertrude Heerlng. social service lives of the people of this section NEW BUILDING ,.,4, i. ,
!: HAS NOT YET. week the"Ritz newest Is strong enough to ask, 10 o'clock, preaching service at director with the office here, Is i are affected by the Institution. f CONSTRUCTIONThe .

MADE $1,000BOND Big Shot starring the Congress to enact It Into a perma'. 11, and young people's Vesper hopeful that additional funds will The people of these counties .
Is ctl'
She supported
Sibil Jason State Prison. Farm will be
child star reliefof 8 o'clock In the after- for this
and Ed- nent law for the permanent Service at be appropriated purpose have responsibility of some magnitude
by Glenda Farrell country, preaching In the not yet the object of a needed building .I
Jrd poverty In our great noon. There Is no since WPA employment -a responsibility to all the
A. Bosch, Jacksonville ward Everett Horton. will be withus always find a to take the alack program If the Florida state cab-
Visitors I
r, whose and then happy days evening. heavy enough up people of all the counties of the ,
throat was cut la8trday net Is successful In securing50O.OOO
in .
always: We want everybody warm welcome. as It was at first expected to do. state. Very few citizens of dlatant :
night by Claude Prevatt $ In Federal funds for
this herself new F
wing MATTHEWSNAMED the county to have a part In .-- Miss fleeting expressed counties have the opportunity to ,, :
an argument In'a road- Industrial and agricultural plants
to
Krtaurant here, was said by ON BOARD great plan. GREEN AND WIFE as not knowing "what expect"after visit the prison In person. They at the prison s,
f. to H. H. Young Pres. the end of this month. RelIef must depend on the people who by \
be
Improving yesterday The cabinet Is already virtually 3
will be
funds In this county
bill VISIT WESTWILL chance live close by to keep the
condition is COMMISSIONER TO assured of (600.000 from the Gov-
no longer con- RAILROAD Alexander On Board completely exhausted by that 1,
"> citizens at large Informed on the .
dangerous. WITH NATIONAL eminent for state Institution build, ,
SIT made this LEAVE SOON FOR time unless an additional appro- affairs of the Institution. Now jtIngs
tt, who has been lodged In BOARDE. Announcement was of L. B. INAUGURATION IN priation is mad, she said. The that the road Is open and accessto and chances for the prison e,,
i
'county week of the appointment be farm appropriation are considered
jail here since Satur- government' can hardly ,
., S. Matthews of Starke, merchant of PHILIPPINES county the farm is easy, citfzen of this x
prominent
good.A
pending a determination ..JIllertouaness State Railroad Alexander on the expected to take ore of more than part of the state should visit. the
the to serve
of his victim's member ot week was selected Starke and Waldo Council.. Congressman R. A. Green and the few absolute unemployable, prison often, keep themselves Informed cabInet committee, with :Attorney -
last
Planning +'
was placed under t.OOO Commission Alachua County week's the former the director ssld. General Landls, Comptroller -
Florida's his bride of two as to its progress, nuts the
Which he had not made up by the commission board as which The county council Is to cooperate Board In Miss Lucile Harris, of Galn_ Miss Heerlng believes that the changes In prospect and In all Lee and Commissioner of Agriculture .

time for going to member of a Joint with the State Planning Washington D. C., last commodity distribution win con- Mayo as members recently ,n
pressDen of the Interstate of natural vllle, left ways assist the administration to
y. will administer phases Carrier making a complete study Thursday for Chicago III, and tlnue even should direct- monetary carryon the affairs of the Institu recommended expenditure +
01 Motor
who Commerce resources welfare, government Vice-Pres relief be cut off. of $440.000 for buildings 'and
Investigated the at- works, education Seattle, Wash, to join lion on the highest plane.
aai" that Prevatt left the Act. transportation public almll.ractivity. ident Garner's Philippine Govern- The opening of the new road U I.a equIpment to make shoes clothng '

rent following the argument Applications by motor carriers and all phases of ment Inauguration party. Camp To Be Moved matter of satisfaction to all. No dairy products, canned goods

loped at for certificates to operate in Conservation Corp and cured meats at the state prUn. .. ,
t Bosch cutting hisplace On their way to SeatUe Mr. and Civilian one rejoices In its completion more
th a pocket knife wheni tate commerce will be Glacial No at Penney Farms, than the officers and .
!Ie Inter-I Green.,will visit the Camp "..1431. sincerely employees
'"lat r came out H8 by> a Joint board consisting New CCC Enlistment National Mrs Park and will Inspect the will be discontinued by October 81, of the Florida State Farm. The prison building will soon tn ,

\\I"M later. The wound penrLPart member from each State In A CCC enlistment of twelve Culee Dam at Spokane, It was learned this week. This Improved In appearance as a shipment yi'

of the' Jacksonville he carrier proposes to operate.In white men and two colored will be Gran amp was Included In a group of : of 140O gallons of paint arrived ,

iT pipe and he has been in acting upon such matters, October 28. the social serve Waah. askedto Ixty-flve In the Fourth Corp Area Births there this. .week by truck

ktti Blnc He Lireturning and upon changes of licenses SUltpension taken department of the WPA said Congressman Green was the which are being cut off because of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Altman, from Valdosta, Ga. A certain mix- 4

been to Jack4q or revocation of certlfl- ice week. Selections have not yet take part In inaugurating readjustment In the strength cf Starke, boy October 13. lure of paint was needed which
board will have the this newly-elected Philippine' president Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Alvarez, could not be Flor- .
with orderej supplied by
uW" wife from Lake :ates, the Joint made and the men who are of the the CCC which has been any
been chairman
per member or examiner because he ls Hark October 13. Ida .
.
boy concena.rahuth
be had been In the'L' same power as a desired to report will be notifiedby Committee. by President Roosevelt. 9ir
Commerce Territories
Interstate
of the
Hospital .r e c 0 VIt'In-r- post card.
rokel1 l&g. Commission.

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, \ FRIDAY_ OCTOBER.
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,, ... .. .. --..- --- -- --- -- --- Sunday night from here man and daughters
Helen
',\, PAGE TWO ---. .- -- -- --. .. .._-- ,,-- --- ---" --M- -- -TDRAIN" GUM BRANCH were Home: Mr. W. H. Carter Mr. and Dorothy, and Misses Annie' :
BOA I I
' : -- BETHEL BROOKER Correspondent Alls. Elizabeth Harnage, Cor. Mra. Luther Woodlcs, Miss Bessie and Leila Harnage and IIIr. n.an':1
:1 HAMPTON Z. Z. Cirlffls,
Mrs '
T. N. Nor. McRatt'of Pine Level
" Mm. Ralph Ouluey, Correspondent Miss Vera Gainey, Correspondent and children Woodles, Mr. and Mrs. section
--- M. McRae
1' ntmmn. ()OWW.II"O..t Wilkes, of Mrs. B.
W.
1 Ml** Ado Mr. and Mrs. L. Saturday
, Mr. D. J. Gatlln and family wbo O. W. Lee, of Tampa, Is visiting On October 7, llr. and Mrs. John Gum Branch, were dinner guestsof of Pine Level, spent Mrs. J. A. Har-
River, friends and relatives In this sec of Brooker, were givena Sunday. night with Mr. and
. have been living at New D. Baxter Mrs. Myrtle-Priest: WE WANT TO ADD NEW .
, the large David surprise birthday party In honorof Mrs. Ralph .Galney, of Bethel and CUSTr 1
moved Into I nage.Mr. F. Shaw
haved tlon.Frank and Mrs. J. MERS TO THE ONES
I Harrell, of Lake City,,, Baxter's seventy-first Grlffls, WED
near the Baptist Mrs. was visiting Mrs! Eugene. were
,
residence Farm
Jones i. the State
I was visiting relatives in this section October 7. children, of ALREADY HAVE
birthday,
Church. Sunday. in this section.
'f relatives
Mrs Thomas Dyal in vlslUng I last week. that Mrs.Emma The children present were Mr. The Rev. C.\V. Wilkes filled his visiting AT THE STATE
,,11 to report at China Sunday. FARM
We
are sorry of Jackson-
J. Baxter, -appointment of
her daughter, Mr*. Retta Park, and two children, and Mrs. T. regular Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner,
Rivers and Sunday
of High Springs, this week. and W. 8., have moved to ville, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Crews and, Grove last Sunday Rising spent,Saturday night with VOU WILL FIND A. & p. ti\EU\1'F.
Mary Baxter :
I, J,, F. Johnson of Havana, who Lake Alford Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Her night. remember Sunday Mr. and Mrs Felix Sapp. EXt- LLENT. PRICES REASONA! l.&
.' been transacting business here J. P. Baxter, of Brooker. Everybody Rev. J. E. Newton, of Lake Itrs iao
has The
after- AND QUALITY BEYOND
Ward, of Dublin 3:30 on Sunday COMIMSEE : \
has returned to brother, W. W. School at Wednesday night
..!:I' for several days done are improving.The Ward and Geneva, spent
, his home. Rev. T. W, McGuire, pastor Ga., Mr. and Mrs 8. R. noon. with T N. Norman. OUR ADON
slater saddenedlast
her
Ga.,
of Atlanta, community was and 1vHE8E
Infant daughter, This Norman
and N.
will T.
Prevatt here Mrs.
f Mrs. J. B. of the Christian Church and the Mr. and PAGE 5
McAllater when
\11'h Mra. Kay Tuesday 'morning and Dorothy, an,1Mr.
who have been very appointment next Helen
his daughters
daughter fill regular of
R. C. McKlnney, the home of of
: Mrs. visited
friends, who are daughter, deAth angel Woodlea were guests
host of morning and evening. Luther
have a Sunday Carl and _
and a nephew, S. F. Grlffls "' "
their coatS Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Cone <> _
that preachedat Mrs. George
pleased to learn The Rev. L. Cutshaw also Mr. and
} Ward, of Jacksonville, were their Infant daughter.
the Baptist Church last Sun- took away while to Misses Audrey and UUUDo1'I
At the present.Mrs. It lived only a little Of Miss '
day morning and evening. She leaves man were guests BE 'LONG NOW
;, close of the evening service, the Baxter was surprised when brighten their home. Gasklna Sunday. WON'T !
church assembled in conference, about ten o'clock her family and besides her father and mother, five Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Norman and
" to arrive bringing brothers, one sister, and a grand were in Jacksonville
and called Mr Cutshaw as pastorfor relatives began 'relatives Mrs. J. N. Norman
the ensuing year, and he ac- various presents and congratulating mother. A hust'of other Saturday.
f cepted 'the call. He will preach her on her birthday and wishing and friends sympathize with the Those attending church at Flora

; fourth Sunday. her many more years of health, parents In their sorrow.
and
! second
every .
li lir
happiness and Uflef lness. --+ -
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f1 Birthday Party Promptly at twelve o'clock a IlISING311ss It's OYSTER TimeGet

1\\ Mrs. M.:C.: Sweeney entertained bountiful dinner was served. Edna Lewis, Corresponds

with a birthday party at her homeon Them Fresh
1I Mildred'.JroW'n and Ml*
." Saturday afternoon In honor of Miss and Enjoy Their
VANDERBILTMiss City,
her daughter, Norma, who celebrated Verna Phillips; of Sampson Delightful Flavor.
}' her fourth birthday anni- Dtttorlft Bloodsworth, Cor.) were dinner guests of Miss Evelyn -

S, r ; Crosby, Sunday. FAMOUSBARBECUES'
versary. Mr. and Mrs. Louis l Church and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conner add OUR

I, Lively and Interesting and games then Mr. Charlie Gunter of Jackson Mrs. J.. R. Kelly were visiting
,
t on the lawn
were played Mr. and Mrs.
were visiting Thurs-
"
villa, Butler and Providence
Lake
' the little honoree opened the many W. M. Hollingsworth and family Are Always Popular

J, attractive gifts given by her last Sunday.Mr. day.Mrs.. Lacey Edwards of Starke, I
.
f OF THAT guests.A large pink and white cake de- and Mra. J. V. Edwards and and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Edwards, of ALL'S m PLACE -

"HOMEBAKED"TASTINES8 corated with candles centered the grandson, Ernest, Mr. and Mra. Lawtey, were dinner guests of Mr

dining room table. The little ones Sam Sandles and daughter, Janet, and Mrs. W.-T. Crosby Sunday.W. II
' were visiting Mr. ,
Brooker,
all of
n' after singing "Happy Birthday toYou" Sunday.Mr. R. Conner made a business
of the ice and Mrs. A.A. Edwards
Saturday.
partook gleefully of trip to Fort White
,"f PIES dolls and Mrs. D. N. Denmark Shaw and
cream and cake. Lolly pop with Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
were the favors given each guest. Starke, spent the week-end children of the State Farm, wen
,a It1. Seventeen children enjoyed the her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Russell guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cone I HUNTERS Your
I I
\1. APPLE afternoon: Harvlne Wattersnq. Norman. ner, Sunday. I
\' PEACH 5c Betty and Martha Home, Luclie Misses Mattle and CarraBelle Elder G. E. McGauley of Brook

% and Mabel Green, Helen Kalch, Norman and Mrs. Levy Norman er, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs: Equipment Is All Set
PINEAPPLE w
' Billie Dyal, Margie Manlre. Blanch spent Saturday In Gainesville. H. H. Lewis Sunday.
,
J'k,' White, Jeanene Cooke, Margaret Misses Mattie and CarraBelte Mr. and Mrs Bob Halalop any

.'Ii FRESH DAILY Hall, Dickey May, Fred Manlre, Norman; Mrs. Gladys' Sapp and son, Fred, and O. E. Crosby mad. Crouching down In a blind your nerves tense your

Holland Brown, Gene Meade, Junior daughters Iris and Irene and Mrs.. a business trip to Jacksonville trigger-finger itching to let fly A ruslle.of the reeds ,

..t. and Clyde White. Elizabeth Bloodsworth and daughter Friday. the flappings pf wings BANG BANG! Go fetchem

attended church at Corinth N 01' pup. Some sport!
EAT Sunday night.
Mrs. J. C.> Alvarez and family;; PRESCRIPTIONS
I4'It.. .ro., and Mrs. Emory Johns spent Sun And SOME "Buys" Remington Shells
ficuITCH
Susl
, In Gainesville with Mrs. doctor
' XI day -JiMt OB your -
v AT .THE I Edwards. orders At Low Prices! .. SOc and up
Just try us.

COURTHOUSELUNCH Singing ConventionThe BRADFORD CO SPORTSMEN HAVE ALWAYS
.. .
Bradford County Singing; o.lrrt .ee- Our
P-- *>e.4 agent FOR THEIR
,
" HEADQUARTERS
OUR STORE
at the CbrlstlallChurch < MADE
,,,0- o Convention meets I jMllflc4 nhelp Soda FountainIs
i ..- In Lake Butler, Sunday N w yo. plnn..- HUNTING NEEDS. WE WANT OUR NEW FRIENDSAT

! (Oct. 20)), Everyone is cordlall,;)' Ate'esrea.. ... The Most Popular SpotIn THE STATE FARM TO FEEL THE SAME WAY.
and Join in wit! ftl iBMrnmreHAROLD
Plate For that maddening Itch that almost invited to attend .. Town.
, will be slnglni!! tear. PAY us A VISIT;
25clI drive you mad, try Dr. Porter Antl- the singing. There
Lunch **Dtlo Healing CHI. It I* not a fancy and dinner on the grounc PAY US A- VISIT-
preparation but Obi how It works I It all day
kill the parasites that came mot eases YOUR NEXT TIME IN
" ol Hon. At th* 'am* time. It helps hal C.WALL
the *or* and damaged *kln.Thouand LONG BRIDGEMiss STARKE
, who had tried everything1M fieri INSURANCE teaviffTII.I4S GASSETT'SHARDWARE
! IBM
-OPEN ALL NIGHT for sore, Itching and broken outkin Nina Whltehead, Cor, .
.', .ay that Dr. Pnrtr' AntlieptloHtallngOll 200 Ctll IT ITARKE.HArm BROWN'SPHARMACY
the only thing-that ever -
was
rtirttrnntr
freo
**r
\ / AftHfy
; gave them anythingIlk* real relief. namherof,people of_thl MH/H: Ji MI? (rriv
, Tou'll find It wona.rrull0r all cue* of Quite a : I & FURNITURE CO.
Foot" (RingWorm attended"church at th
\ ItoS, Including 'Athlete section
' JOE NOEGEL :) and Es.ms. TL r,>orler'* Antl-. Moody Saturda;;:
\ < eptlo esingOilI.I ffade by the maker* home of Alton NEXT DOOR TO COURT HOUSE
of Oro".'* Laiatlv Bromo Quinine and and Sunday nights. Phone 14
. Owner I* cold by all druggtits at 80o and 60a Carter of Lawtey, wa
u of satisfaction *rmoney Marlon
with a guarantee
',', back. the guest of Sam Whitehead, Moo ,
I


'i J:1,:,' ..__ ...... ....._ ... _,,_..__,_ _.._._ L ..-._ _-... day.Mr... and, and Mrs.Miss C..C.Rena Butler Jordan anychildren ,,. < n acre:

,W." :were the dinner guests of Mr. and f Rjref0 +at4 i a rh' k'. "' 'x'?ar t k;. ,f d xs:,",,y .';

'./:' Mrs. Sam Whitehead Sunday. $. "'rtetlte Aisle,,bltilu a'g,x s':'; ';iA Yq.l' ep. 4tFa f&'byf a.ew
<
v
River, "' ;+: \x
Miss Vera Butler of New : ,
! Welcome Neighbors spent Hazel Whitehead Saturday night, with Miss

.
Mesdames James and Olen Parrlsh

I;{ of Dukes were visiting here

, Sunday afternoon '., o tjMff. r'reN.'
+
t
z::, It is with a deep' feeling of satisfaction and head Mesdames andd Hubert A. B. and Norman J..B. White-were f 1: ;seti fzrA la.lt ,. sa\ s< .3y':Y lre.nn 8uildin

"'i' gratitude that we have watched the progress visiting Midway section Sunday .S>'s

i of the State Farm Road and we are now ready, afternoon.,
* and
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Butler

. I: welcome the farm employees and their families two daughters, ,Vera and Blanche,
I
and Rena,Jordan, were shopping in
community.
into the life of our *
r f
a Lake City Saturday.Mrs. ?s\"r | & Johns and son %
Pledger Hs
i,
t{ <*- fe >
?' WE AUE NOW HANDLING VIGORO, A Charles, spent the week-end with
her parents at Midway.
::11 SPECIALLY PREPARED PLANT FOOD, Mrs.. 8. W. Whitehead and son

FEEDS AND SEEDS. A. B., were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
ALSO SECURITY
;s ** Female Moody Monday afternoon.
We have Sunday School on Sunday -
afternoon. Everybody we 1-

FEED CO. come. From 1900 up to 1934 the leaf Y 3 F
SISTRUNK SEED & .
GRAHAM tobacco used for cigarettes Increased t. During the year ending June


'.i!I' ,Mr*. L. C. s.lt. Cur..s.rdestJ. from 30, 1900, the Government

'ii', SRBM*_._._._.._.- __. -- ---..... -- ---.--.'-- I P Roberts-, of Miami, spent. 13,084,037 lbs to collected. from cigarette taxes

i ii the week-end,Wasdln here was.with transacting relatives.Rlley 326,093,357 jibs.; $3,969 191

i business In Orlando Monday; an increase of,2392 For the ending June .30.
Keep The Ice Box CHILLED With Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Starlingand e e year

I.:; children have moved to De- 1934, the same taxes were.
:, Land where Mr. Starling will be ,It 'takes mild ripe tobacco '

, A Clean, Moist Refrigerant engaged In hauling fruit.. 350299.442

Sunday School was organized to make a good cigarette. an increase of 8725% .

fi: -and ICE is the only moist refrigerant. Refrigeration here ance.Sunday Everybody with a.Is good welcome attend-to -a lot of money.

member xEr
of the
and be one :
f systems may come and go, but come Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Edmondsonand I ..'.'J.\'..

have moved to Terrl- "
children
ICE as a food preserver goes on forever, cean where Mr. Edmondson will : Cigarettes give a lot of H'l;* w
truck farming.Mrs. .. .$1- 4
be engaged In '<< ;:%
Wednesday pleasure to a lot of peopleIPA 1't Ft '
: best results Etta Reynolds left N* a
k; and for for Tampa where she Is. to te.J,.. L
,
her home. .' 'fl.\t! :'f."
make .
""t' ICE BOX FULL OF ICE! Mrs. Lizzie Wynn and son. Nlr- ., :t ; '-F:::;hr.N i" >;;\'' j1

t KEEP THE um, Jr., of Hampton, were dinner .. :\"" t':: J" :_u____.
'";
,: guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Smith ,
;

itt..t3: TUB SECRET OF IS KEEPING IN KEEI'ING FOOD IT THOROUGHLY CHILLED Monday. It* More cigarettes are smoked today beca

HIGHLAND advert
'J;:,. know about them they arc better
, more people -
\ .
Correspondent +
BUSINESSES lUlu M. E. Crews,
r;, ;' WE ARE GLAD TO JOIN OTHER main for the increase is that they are m
EMPLOYEES Mr. and M Marvin Thompsonand t'1 Fk'it! But the reason
'" STATE FARM
: IN WELCOMING children of Lawtey spent Sun the toba<
t better made of better tobaccos then again
"" ,I AND THEIR FAMILIES INTO THE ACTIVITIES day here with Mr. and* Mra. Lacy ", -' C ; tobac

Norman. blended-a blend of Domestic and Turkish
; are
i OF OUR COMMUNITY. P. M. Crews wM a visitor to

J':: Lawtey Sunday: Chesterfield is made of mild rife tobaccos.
M.: L. Crew., of the State Farm. >t

1 was a visitor here Wednesday : Everything that science knows about is used in
STARKE ICE COMPANY Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Norman, of ,

A \ the Black Creek section spent th<>, making a milder and better-tasting cigarette.
week-end here with relative.
W. U WALL Prop. will enjoy
:Mrs. Lacy Norman was shopping We believe you
. .
,,J. In Starke Saturday. 014t1Is.ilvCMvwTtsnaoCo.'

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Bradford County High School Journal ..


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tLV IE ONE STARKE. FLORIDA! FRIDAY. OCTOBER 18. 1935 NUMHKU SIX
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EDITORIALS- School Is Still Columbus DayProgram Student Gov't. Third Graders Fire Elimination est and blessing his worst when enemy under when his control out of

.- A Little Short Given Holds Session Sposnor Show Committee's AimAs control.

On Text Books The safety committee Is doing
to the Best Interest olBRVDFORD Columbus Day ((Oct. 12)) fell on Thursday Morning Mrs Walnwrlghfs and Miss Edwards this is fire prevention week much good work in regard to
JI\'oird)! SCHOOL -- Saturday this year and it was Impossible third grade rooms sponsored the safety committee Is mailing safety and they have the full cooperation
HIGH We are still short a few book for The Student Gov- ''
the school to celebratethe Cooperative
of students and
a show "Laddie" last Thurs a drive to eliminate fire hazards In faculty
ratron., and Alumnae In spite of the "Exchange system"and 443rd annlversary'of the discovery ernment of Bradford County High day for the purpose of raising; the home and at school. If only one fire in a year can
(&Iudrntll. free state books. of America on the exact School held its first regular session be> prevented by this campaign It
money to be used as a loan to the Last year 34,500 liven were lost;
-p' This Is especially true with date. Nevertheless, the good program last Thursday (Oct. 10) the pupils for buying workbooks. The 1 0.01l0 people were maimed for 'would be worth all the time and
EDITORIAL STAFF bookkeeping books salesmanship In commemoration of the third period in Mrs. Carpenter'shome amount made was $10.70 which life, 6.000.000 people were Injuredand trouble expended.
and business efficiency books,Cor- historical day was presented In room.President. -
Ander-
A. W. will help very much In carrying over! $100,000.000 In propertywas
)b ltor in.Chlet.-- eon JrWhite. rect English Gregg's shorthand chapel before the high school on Simeon Phillips called out their achievements. lost and all because of fire- Every fourteen seconds a baby is

Editor_____Dorothy manuels and economic books. Thursday October tenth. the meeting to order and Secretary the same fire which Is man's great born in this country.,
SOClelY Marjorie Warwickjjierj If you have any of the above The assembled students openedthe Frances Lee Peek read the minutes I'UTl'HKKEK -
Editor ;
Walters books would of the last meeting which This Is National Picture Week
_Hufh we surely appreciateit program by singing"America"
"" '
Tfjkfl Edit EditorAlice Royester if you would let us have them. The Lord's Prayer and Flag Salu'e were approved. The treasurer reported and most of the English clauses Two Things That Make A Harbor Shop Popular :if',
JIdltorlul Mr. are studying famous pictures by
an empty treasury.
Marie Thede This shortage makes It rather followed. A character sketch of ,
Editor -
Feature short talk and wished ,the masters. Students are urgedto
Columbus and a was read I Gray gave a
Editor -,,---------- awkward: to some students. poem bya their favorite in I SERVICE AND SANITATION,
: bring picture
JlelDentury the Government success.
Eunice Williams member of grade 7A and a poem,
---- order to Its background l'
-- study history,
_------ "Columbus Day" was recited I by The president next called for I ,
Medical ClinicIs Frances Overstreet, grade 7B. committee reports I and artist. S.nVICIThat Accomplishes! The Work With Skill

- STl'DENTS NOTE Established' A talk on Queen Isabella I by Wilson May Chairman of the I II' And Dispatch. '

Please cooperate with_the at. Grace Green was next and A. Z. Safety Committee reported that P
. 1. and punctuality-commit.Sby The county has donated six hun- Adkins, Jr., rendered the biography his committee was very active and WELCOME, SANITATION-That Assures! Every Customer The Utmost "

being present and on time.. dred dollars and the school board of Columbus. doing lots of good work. Care And Protection.WE .
When you are tardy or abJt three hundred dollars to aid in a Following this Dorothy Rlgdon Marjorie Warwick, Chairman of { STATE 1
please pay lc fee,.. so as to County Clinic. The doctors and (lOB) presented an article entitled the Manners and Morals Committee FARM HAVE LONG SERVED THE PEOPLE OF y', 'j
eliminate unnecessary trouble and the dentists will take turns and "Scientists as Discoverers." reported that:'she and her aids I'TRONRDAY1'lME STARKE AND BRADFORD COUNTY AND WILL .9
f
stow your school spirit.| help to examine all that are not This brought out and emphasized were giving talks in rooms and BE GLAD TO MAKE NEW CUSTOMERS FROM .
3. Every month the room with financially able to obtain medical the great debt we owe science. putting articles In the school pa THE STATE FARM. ,
best record wins a prize. Please attention This will occur on ((Electric lights, modern medicines 1.1
the to help your room win.. Thursday afternoons.The surgery, etc.. lOB also read the per.The First Aid Committee reported ;
try committee is gomg to State Doctor Is expectedsoon poem "Columbus." through its lender Vonda In-
4. The the student having the most and will help in the clinic. "Columbus, the first immigrant"was man. that they had the supportof THREE FRIENDS BARBER SHOP !
honor In attendance and the title of the article given the Woman's Club and would
perfect record of The first aid room will take by 12A and the poem "Sail On, I always have plenty of medicine,
punctuality by end the of presentation the term. care of the minor cases and thoid Soil On," was presented by 12B. bandages etc., and that they stood 'DETAILS'FASCINATING ._ ...., ..
at the -
a prize cases that need special attentionwill The "first grade" (really a groupof ready to help anyone who neededit. Neckwearthat ;:
& Punctuality .
The Attendance be turned over to the doctoror ,.
Chairman seniors acting as first graders) does so much to bright.
Committee Ree Cone." dentist. presented a musical playlet, The Girls' Rest Room Committee en the darker winter frocks.
Johnnie
"Chrlsto Colombo." This was ono reported that the rest room Laces, Organdy and (.'re. !
ii'
- Getting Up Nights of the most amusing and entertaining was In bad shape but they had put cheted. We Are For ,ANYTHINGTHAT'S
MALARIAIn check numbers on the program. The up a mirror and were planning; 25; .50; 1.00 'I
3 If. TM nrtor frm ottln. TTp Nlrbt* acting was very good. other Improvements. Alice Roy-
dayaCOLDS N....awMM 19 Fein*. SwoUcn Joint*. Next was a reading given liter Is chairman of this commit ,1
666 lllM. HMdMhML. LAM of Pop B rnfinuutlnr. FOR THE GOOD OF STARKE
Int, Itebbur AoUUty .o: I.tuaotb.d "Why I Like Columbus" by Geraldine ,.':ioii-. .' ". .
KldMy or BlcdiUr tteubloatry tee.Olen .. .
arse dDPLlln"m the tMotof rumntewl >rnnrlptl ,Tlllman, 9B. Bedenbaugh Chairman of : "'
Crtu (I SIt O. Moat butsi n r TlUOUrIn Oliver P. Hutto ((9B) gave a fine the Boys' Rest Room Committee ,
TABIBTB Tonic and 4f boors and _tufr oom.l.t.ly In ldsp..r
rendition of "In Little Gypsy that they had the boys'
noseunoP. roenqr' baby O MaM a reported I '
salt Laxative ourti ootr .. a. Oow draisSuu.__ Tearoom" on his violin. rest room In good condition. THAT IS WHY we're so pleased over the i" ,
conclusion the best seniors that his '
In Chester
I Moodjrreported State Farm Road. Not only docs .It offer ;'
BOREE FUNERAL HOME I number of the program was pre Traffic Squad was"going strong. Novelty Belt (Patent .
sented. A pantomine pageant of The Pep activities and arrangements leather or Braided. Unique. new business opportunities tor our town but : ,
Full line of Caskets I Undertakers Supplies five acts bearing the title of "Co committee reported through and ulrami. .., >
AMBULANCE DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE lumbus." This was under the direction Raymond Plummer chairman, .10 and .25 it also gives our people the value of associating ',! 'i,
of Mrs. Wall and the pre) that they would got their work under a 1'.
with the fine folks who the "
comprise
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53 PHONE
entation and the acting were ex way this week. '
O. H. BENNETT, Mfr. cellent. W. T. Weeks chairman of the Farm Colony.ALTHOUGH. 'ff.1.
"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"For This program certainly proved office committee reported that hand ,\ 11'1
the usefulness and enthusiasm of his associates were doing helpful ;'
the assembly and special programs I work by ringing bells running naturally most of our business ,?

committee and they promise us errands, carrying messages etc. comes from outside of thin ':
more in the future. We shall Le The attendance and punctuality Handbag the .,,_on..* interested''
Expert RepairingSmith's looking forward to them. committee under Johnnie Ree. smartest In a variety of chic, enjoy living here and are greatly '
.-- Cone reported that they had n colorful leathers.
Columbus DayCelebrated committee member In each hlg i .25 to 1.95 in anything that may be regarded as a step "1'

school room who would keep records forward.
In and collect.the fines. :
GaragePhone Chapel Thursday Katie Fugate chairman of LIbrary J 1 ,,;

reported tbe acquisition. ofabouf I ; oJ
last Thursday boo*****'
In elementary chapel forty
*
120 October 10 every other word A. W. Anderson, edltor-ln-chtef STARKE STAVE MILL ;
poken (It seemed) was columbus.The reported that the school newspaper
chapel opened with the song was doing fine and welcomed 1
Wrecker Service Day or Night America," the Lord's Prayer and contributions. \v. I'. HMITH Owner \ :
the Flag Salute. Elaine Wynn reported that her Handkerchief In whiteor
First was a play "Columbus' Re cheerfulness committee was dolnj? colored (Linen). l\lany
turn" by Miss Buddlngton room, "Just fine" and expected to do better gay color print

and a song by six pupils, "Ameri) ; In the future. .05 to .50 f
ca Our Lovely Land" and a poem: Ethel Packham chairman of the
"Columbus" by Gerome Johns. The recreation committee reportedthey QUALITY SERVICE''
GOOD CLOTHINGBids :lust two numbers were by childrenof had not done much but expected
Miss Hogsed's room. to do more in the future.
A group of Miss Adkln's students Chairman Arlie Sponholtz of the RACHE.LS

for patronage on a basis of price alone get small recited "Papoose" (the I Ithings play supervision, committee announced I : A
found hanging on their work was getting
from people who know the true worth of good Columbus I Ithe I Good Wear
response backs of Indian mothers). under way this week.
quality In clothing. They prefer to pay the slight difference Mac Futch (Mrs. Walnwrlghfs Grounds committee chairman

In the cost of good clothing over mediocre room) recited "A New World" and I Grace Arwood, reported that her s A;
Mrs. Hitch's second grade presented committee was doing active work.
.
clothing because.of the vastly super SERVICE.OCR "Columbus Day." Hugh Walter announced that

Six pupils from Miss Lllley's his assembly and Special Program
PRICES ARE AS LOW AS GOOD QUALITY room sang "Columbus," and John ;Committee was doing good work. in HARDWARE

WILL PERMIT.We Klniaw of Mrs. Hart's room gave a They arranged a nice ColumbtuDay
reading also called "Columbus." Program Ji./lIch/ was given

State Fann A "duet" poem, "What the i'lagSays' October 10.
solicit. business from our was recited by Marl n Marie Thede.?:chairman of the I
frlends. n the basis of, service rendered. Leech and Elbert Thornton repreSEnting scholarship and,contests committee

: Miss Hazen's room. reports that-they are entering 41 Hardware like all other merchandise! to give r,
HATs--snOES--STETSON'- "Christopher Columbus" was the contestants In the Eisteddfod con
ETCIIISON title of the recitation given byIda test In Jacksonville this year to the best service must be of the highest grade

LADIES SHOES room> Lula, and Duvls"A Columbus of Miss Acrostic"was Perkins I year.retain the They loving are also cup trying won sevEral last materials. Faulty materials, poor tempering

presented by Mrs. Howard i : other contests.S. and other faults of manufacture speedily showup
G. Denmark, chairman of the
I fifth grade.few announcements byllr. Flag Committee reported that they when the hardware Is In use. y;
ALVAREZ"YOU'VE After a '
J. M.
Gray elementary chapel was were putting up the flag every You'll like
dismissed. morning and taking It down every the brand new nIt
'
r afternoon.Simeon Phillips announced that things
several students would go to Law- gathered at you have ever used high grade guaranteed ,4

tty Monday to put on a chapelrogram. Marguerite'sAs equipment, you already know the difference. +
TRIED THE REST"NOW Such .
. After a short talk by Mrs. Carpenter If you have considered the expense of the best

: TRYHOWARD'S FOOD r % Next Thursday the meeting at the same adjourned.limo anticipating usual 'your equipment as too high you have vet to discover S"

and place the e>'Student Cooperative needs, ourfashions that the best! hardware Is the most economical. : "
J t. a eWE Government will hold Its session. ,<,
SEEDSOne } for
winter are ready ;,y

, 'I \ Positive Relief WE JOIN OTHER BUSINESSES IN WEL.COMING "
Gowns forafternoon
trial will convince you that we offer the beet l and THE STATE FARM FOLKS TO

k weds, supplies) and service. for MALARIA 1 evening, STARKE AND CAN PROMISE THAT THEY e

lingerie smart WILL ALWAYS FIND QUALITY AND
for vitalityand
tested
All fresh
of our seeds are End to Chills
specialistsand Sure hats ooats-- SERVICE AT OUR ESTA USIIMENT. '
and selected by
purity, grown and Fever all are here
adopted to southern soils and climate. B.rt'i real relief'' for )falllrlllGr. -

OUR STATE ..... TuteleM Chill Tonic I
WELCOME I
tile chills aDd fever In a profusion
catalogue It stops
64- QuicklY .
Write now for our large psge comfort.
It's free. FARM FRIENDS AND KNOWTHAT and restores remtdlH your",ID merely body to 1Ievlate theeymplom8 of fabrics WHEN YOU NEED HARDWARE

YOU WILL BE )fany of Malaria temporarily, but bearing the labelsof ,

Let us quote you prices on field seeds, Insecticides EAT WITH ,rove',TUUIeM Chill Tonic loetl B'ltelDof .n tile famous r
PLEASED IF YOU and completely rid. your (
fertilizers: eta YOU way the Inledhoa.aroee'a makers Be Sure To Call At
CHANCE fa real
US EVERY TuteleM Chill Tonic a
onictlw. of Malaria becallM It eontaeuwe
HAVE. tWI"! First I tasteless quinine which,
HOWARD SEED CO. Ufe fee Malarial I l IafoctJoft in the blood. marguerite'ss
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JACKSONVILLE, FLA. DURDEN'S tile SecODd atffies: nvafra,sgdast tonic of Iroa nar.a.CbI1l the fartba which,chill attack.help and Play fever overco ToDic."rate and UIIOW I hop p e BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. W WJ

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RESTAURANT TaU pops Omv1?In t_....-JOe sad 'l.Tb.II State Farm H. CARLISLE Owner
. 134 BROAD ST. ..contai..Ij4 U-u much u the Visitors Welcome
35*mom for your
ATTENTION dsad tv4.yes
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Jf.: FRIDAY.
"!i TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA OCTORFR,18,
BRADFORD COUNTS ..
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i h. _' .. .. : .. __ .-__ -_- _.. Miss Shepard Weds Mr. Mor ria In Manassa-Woolford Sub-Debs Entertain With
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il ..' .. .. ____ ___ __ --_ ...::- : :: Beautiful Ceremony in the G arden Last Friday Mr. and Mra. C. A. Woolfordof Bunco Party

CAN GET IT CHEAPER ATGREEN'S several she baa made ber Atlanta, Ga. Members of the Sub-fcebs)
: YOU Miss Lena Belle Shepard became year announce the marriage of enjol
t it the bride of Donald J. Morris home here with her brotherinlawand their daughter, ed a bunco party last Friday after.
"1' '- of Lake City at high noon Fri- sister Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Mary Elizabethto noon at the home of Has.
,yl / Fresh day, October 11. In a beautiful and Knight. She la a graduate of Flume, with Miss Doshia tJa,9
New Crop and has
Bradford High School Smith
which took
impressive wedding George Edward Manassa
as co-hostess.
!ri. place In the lovely garden surrounding taught for several years In the on September 17, 1935
IPRUNESLb. schools of Bradford Co u n t y. After several games
bride'sbrotherInlaw
. the home of the at Atlanta, Ga. or buncu
GROCERY uTLsS and sister, Mr. and Through her pleasing: personalityshe were played Miss Loryee Phillip
\ cJ Mrs. C. A. Knight. has a wide circle of friends Mrs Manassa Is a graduate of holder of high score was
7/ c of who wish her much happiness.Mr. present.ed
The Rev. C. B. Price pastor Atlanta High School; she attended box of
Starke, FloridaWe the First Baptist Church, per- :Morris, son of Mrs. McDon- and p. candy and Miss Kail
Seminary
both Washington
Pa., Is Fugate, holder of low
formed the ceremony, the bridal ald Morris, 'of Blalrsville score recelv-,
i'if Invite You Residents Of The State Farm To Make Our Store couple standing under a rustic a graduate of North Carolina State Oglethorpe Mr. Manaaoo.University was in graduatedfrom Atlanta. ed a box of correspondence cart
He is now in the em-
University.
and coral
arch of southern smilax The of the
sponsors club
I 11) Your Shopping Center vine. Other decorations, which ploy of the U. S. Forestry Service Walton High School at zel Middleton and Miss Ha.
3 P. M.-Get added beauty to the scene, were and la at present stationed in Lak3 DeFunlak Springs, and later at- Miss Kitty Hog.
i:: $2, $3, $4 or $5 Given Away Every Saturday at baskets of zinnias, ageratum, and City. He is originally from Blaira-! tended Palmer College there. For sed, were presented linen handkerchiefs .
;, Your Tickets. coral vine. ville, Pa.Outoftown. the past two years be baa attended by the hostesses
guests at the cere- Oglethorpe University In Atlanta, Miss Flume and Miss
The bride entered the garden Smith
SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK aa
a;; escorted by her brother, C.C.Shep- mony were: Mrs. J. E. Powell, Sr., and wall star quarterback on the silted by Miss Loryee Phillip
i ard of Hilliard, by whom she was and family, Mrs. T. H. Davis and football squad. He Is the son of served a delicious salad coupe
BEST WHITEBACON given in marriage. She had asHer family, Mrs. James Shepard, Mr. Mrs Celia I Manassa of Starke, with Iced tea to the following
I SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c: only attendant her sister, Mra. and Mrs. C. C. Shepard and small and has a host of friends here who members of the club attending
Lb. 21c: J. E. Powell, Jr., of Hilliard, aa daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Pow offer congratulations to the young Misses Margie McMillan. Katie
matron of honor. Mr. Morris haJ ell, Jr.. all of Hilliard; Mr. and couple asd Virginia Fugate, Loryee Phillips .
r} GRITS 10 Lbs. 25c aa his best men, H. D. Howard, of Mra. H. D. Howard of Lake City Mr. and Mrs. Manassa will make Lillian Stump Dot Bishop,
lOc BREAD 3 Loaves 25c Lake City, and ushers were Charles and H. A. Carter, of Holly Springs, their home in Starke for the pres- Frances Lee Peek, ana Edni
k FRESH GROUND PURE Darby and H. A. Carter of Holly Miss. ent. Pearce.

1 PRINCE ALBERT lOc COFFEE 2 Lbs. 25c I Springs, Miss.Nuptial Reception Enjoyed
can music provided by Miss After rehearsal of Thursday eve-
VEGETABLE ORTOMATO Mary Canova,.pianist and Mrs. E. ning there was an Informal reception LUCKY STRIKE, CAMEL: ,
SALT 11lb. pkg sae 3c L. Biggs, soloist, waa particularly for the bridal party and CHESTERFIELD or OLD GOLD
r SOUP Can 5c beautiful. The numbers Included. friends of the young couple heldat
w "The Sweetest Story Ever Told", the home of :Mr. and Mrs. C, A.
, Ot. Jar lOc played by Miss Canova, and "I Knight.
!i' !MUSTARD! ONIONS 3 Lbs. lOc hx Love" You Truly" and "0 PromiseMe The brlde'a cake threetieredand CIGARETTESPer
sung by Mra. Biggs, accompanied iced In white, was decorated ,
I 4-STRINO by Miss Canova. With the with pink and white confectionrose i
x KETCHUP 12c strains of the "Bridal Chorus" buds and placed In the centerof ar

! !TOMATO!! BROOMS Each 16c approached from Lohengrin the altar.bridal party cloth.the table Large on white a Venetian candles lace in I' 2v Carton $1.10FANCY

FANCY Mra. J. E. Powell, matron of holders also added charm to the ECONOMY RULES'jFANCY
BUTTER 2 Lb. Jar 32c honor, was gowned in a smart table. On the buffet was placeda
APPLES 3 Lbs. lOc brown street dress with hat and miniature bride and groom un- BLUE ROSE-WHOLE GRAIN
accesorlea In a matching shade of der an arch of coral vine. The
Potted MEAT 3 lOc NORTHERN OR LIMA RICE 5 Lbs. 23cMARYANN
, cans brown. Her flowers were a shoulder first slice of the beautiful cake
corsage of talisman roses andbaby's was cut by the bride. An Ice course
BEANS Lb. 5c
; RELISH Qt Jar 25c breath. was served to the guests attend- OLD FASHION
, I The bride chose for her wedding ing the affair. MEAL 10 Pounds 21c
Sweet PICKLES 24-ozl5c costume a Le Mar model of blue .
CORNFLAKES 2pkgsl5c : I triple sheer ". with collar and Mrs. Searing Celebrates WINNER ROCK GROUND
1
3 ROLLS tie of white moire! Her hat was a
Birrthday With DinnerMrs.
chic navy blue felt, off-the-face GRITS 10 Pounds 25c
28-OZ. JARAPPLE TOILET TISSUE lOc I model, trimmed-Jn white an dher Charles Searing celebratedher
; BUTTER 15c I accessories were Ih navy blue. Hertowers seventieth birthday Sunday, IONA-RED RIPE-FULL PACK
.. 10o BOX were a shoulder corsageof October 13, with a lovely birthday
TALL PINK Each 3c gardenias. dinner at her home on South Wal- TOMATOES 4 No. 2 Cans 25cDEL
ASPIRIN Mra. James,Shepard, mother of nut Street. Her children were the
SALMON Can lOc FRESH the bride, wore a-nuvy blue crepe guests to enjoy this happy occa- MONTE
with hat and accessories In black. ASPARAGUS TIPS Picnic 2 cans 25c
PIG FEET Lb. 9c Her flowers. were a shoulder cor- sion.At noon a delicious several MONTE
DEL
age of pink and white rosea. course dinner was served; there 17c
No.2 Cans of- No. 2/2
' 3 Immediately after the ceremonythe was a huge birthday cake In honor PEACHES can
BOLOGNA Lb. 12'/ young couple left for their of Mrs. Searing, and she was sur- ANN PAGE
STRING BEANS honeymoon, which will include a prised by many lovely and useful PURE FRUIT PRESERVES lb. jar 17c
MIXED motor trip to points In Virginia, gifts which were presented her.
" TURNIP GREENS for25c Illnota, Pennsylvania, Niagari Those enjoying the dinner witn THE SWISS FOOD DRINK
GROUND MEAT Lb.l24cCHUCK I Falls, and Canada.. After November her were: Earl Searing, Starke, OVALTINE Can 31c
. SWEET CORN 12, they will be at home !o Mr. and Mrs Glenn Searing and 25c
their friends at Niblack apart- family of Jacksonville, Miss IonaSearing SCOT TOWELS 3 Rolls
3 LIMA BEANS STEAK Lb. 12We' ments in Lake ,City, Elizabeth, N.- J., and Mr. SWEET MIXEDPICKLES
Mra. Morris l Is"',the' daughter of and Mra. Andrew Muller, Summit. 21-oz. Jar 15c
,. the late James Shepard and Mra. N. J.
."' Shepard, of Milliard. For the past .- -
'1'; ____ I I W. M. U..Notice ,10 Lbs.IRISH POTATOES lOc
, ALEXANDER; & co. 1 .
I Business and program meetingof YELLOW GLOBEONIONS
P the W. M. U. of the Baptist
'e" Hunting Season i Church will meet next Monday at 3 Pounds lOc
;:, .. 3:30: o'clock at the Church. Circle
Next Month Number One will be In charge FANCY COOKING

,i This Lovely Shoe Get Ready NOW! APPLES 3 Pounds IOeTOKAY"

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. FRIEDMANSHELBYAnd BY LACE-LEG LEGGINS 1 RITZ THEATRESTARKE GRAPES(; 2 Lbs. 15c


49c DELICIOUS EATINGAPPLES
' Many Others As Beautiful PROGRAMBEGINNING Each 3c

'..;>1c.1\t' In All Sizes Regular 73c yalue FRIDAY _


1 c.{ 1.79 Starke's SEE Own LUCKY STAR SALEOn


To 3.95 '\ Canova Family Proctor & Gamble Products
..". OURFRENCH c I JUDY-ANN-ZEKE PETE
,THURSDAY-FRIDAY Kirk's Soap, Hardwater Castile 3 cks 14c
HAVE SOME FUN SCHOOL SHOES OCT. 11}ft IS
'5, I wish. I could. *?. DOES P & G SOAP 3 Giant Bars 12c

each one of you State DICK I POWEll) CAMAY SOAP 3 Cakes 14c

;extend\r We like these FneruOy French JOAN BLONDELL I CHIPSO' 2Pkgs. 15c

, .\ welcome tol.. ltStarke FOR YOURSELF Toe styles.There's'something OXYDOL 3 Medium Pkgs. 25c
, about their trimness i 11 the .J
and litOft!'.
my FEEL,THE PRIDE THAT COMES rolled cap i. the sloping toe
rX. However, alnre thin WITH ACCOMPLISHMENT: n. the way they polish. NUTLEY Oleomargarine Lb. 17
} H not poBHlbie I fake
: WE HAVE THE PRINTSChambray They come in fine black calf
;,);. this mean. of getting MIKIJ'0%
. ; thl. message.. to you r and Copper Calf.The French NUCOA Oleomargarine Lb. 20c
Toe however is only part of
Jf and hope to see you
Plitln &: Fancy FOR CHILDRENEndicottJohnson; our picture which includes A A: P TUB OR PRINT
ly" over here In the near Color.future. SATURDAYOCT.
i o Reg. 15o Value English Toes, Custom Lasts 19 BUTTER Pound 33c
-
lOc brogue patterns, add others. "TumblingTumbleweeds"
,i1' None Sturdier
Stop in and see them. ION
;'!: WE CARRY A I

r' FULL: LINE OF ,Linen SuitingsAll 95c to 1.95 -I Gene Autry SALAD DRESSING Qt. 27cEARLY
" ;' Color.BATS .
.:' CAPS Reg. 23o Value t SUND.-\\-l\IONDAY JUNEPEAS
OCT. 20-21
'
: SWEATERSSHOES '18cGinghams Red Goose Shoes YOU CAN'T MISS THIS 25c
Y SOCKS 3 No. 2 Cans
For Boy and Girl.
OCTAGON
LUMBERJACKSSHIRTS Fancy. 23o DIWMRg. Value 1.89 to 2.95 SUPER SUDS 3 11-oz.pkgs. 25c

TIES 19cBroadcloth SEMINOLE

UNDERWEARDRESSES TOILET TISSUE Roll 5c

Heavy White KARO SYRUP White 3-lb.can 25c

1,.', PRINTS J f'It. 19c 25o Value ; A&P CLEANSER Can 5c

d: PAJAMAS LARSEN'S
"tf 'I I 1 STRAINED VEGETABLES 3 for 25c

,4r' In Short Everything Play Cloth 5c
FELS NAPHTHA SOAP Bar
94'' For Men Women
k' And' Children.' II FOR CHILDREN'S ROMPERS PRINCE ALBERTTOBACCO

'r You Don't Belle*e AND SCHOOL DRESSES s5 TUESDAYWEDNESDAYOCT. Can lOc
( 22 A 23
:+>; Joat A* Nice Thing
REG. 13o VALUE12c .
"Orchids To You"John A&P: BRAND STRIKE ANYWHERE
s Can Be Bought In ,n."fRI1NDI.. -,Shoe

Starke A. In TheLarger G THURSDAYFRIDAYOCT.Bole Jean Arthur MATCHES 4 Lfe 20 CD in.boxes I5c

iro Cltle JUllt ALSO USED FOR WORK SHIRTSALEXANDER
24 *: 25 ARMOUR'S CORNED
FaT U. A,VUlt ""Little
Big Shot"GLENDA BEEF 2 No. leans 25c
Sincerely, FARRELL: i
': & COMPANYIN
BOBCBT AKMftTKONOSIBIL .
,. r AL.EXANDERAnd.Com JASON i I ..
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@;1 I >. _______"__---.- ..---.. BRADFORD.___ __ COUNTY__ TELECR.\m. STJ\RKE... FLORIDA PAGE F1YS"LOCAL
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r Mr. and Mrs C. --
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Jacksonville, were .Vlsatlng Mrs. and son, Dole Mrs., of W Cocoa E. Bryant! were, Jr.. City Manager Charles Larson nt f Mrs. Kate Kllllngsworth and: Mrs. L. E. Moseley and daughters Mrs. J. Q. Lynn and daughter
recent Lakeland
Archibald Johns here Monday was a recent guest ol f gianddaughtera, Misses Myrtlce.I Misses Beatrice Lillian and
guests of Mr. Bryant's Col. and Shirley Jean, and Mrs. W. T Elllj\:
parents Crs.
D. E.
Mr. Knight. He Will Florled and Willa Vida Killings- Edna Mae and win,, L. E. Jr., and
and Mrs. W. .
E. Bryant enroute home from and son, Lamar, spent Wednesday
P VG Mrs Ellen Tallahasse worth spent last week-end in Worthington Airs Aubrey Frink, spent last
Moore, *f Jacksonville where he attended a In Lake City.
municipality Springs with Mr. and week-end Jacksonville
spent Sunday here as "Go"'lrd, Line .". as guestsof
guest of B aut> Seithe meeting.Mr. Mrs. Charles ,
Kllllngsworth. Mrs. Moneley's sister Mrs. C. F.
of her sister
Mrs. L. U. Morgan. lovely corsets, combimitloiii r
' pauEdn: and ainlJJackson .MlnSlmpllrlfy! nt Stump's.Mr. and Mrs. 'Glenn Wood 01 f Don't forget Boyer.
your premium money
visiting .
Sundayda' Miss Gainesville, Italian stye Grass for winter
Marguerite spent last weekend d
pint Rogers, ot at Stump', dins for the Mmlly. -
Jacksonville was a week-end guest and Mrs. E. H. Davis ansmall here visiting friends and relatives lawn at White's Store, 10. LI). ,
of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownies. son, Harvey, of Williston, Mrs. Wood remained for a week'
Essle: Coleman was vlsltlnJ! were guests Sunday of Mrs. Davis' visit with her mother, Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Ward an,1IItlie
JlI8I Jacksonville during the parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noe- B. Flynn. Mrs L. A. Davis and Mrs.
,
Ives Ire Miss Abbie Harley, of Gainesville gel. George W. Roberts went to Day- daughter Barbara of Atlanta r
Ga., and W, W. Ward, of
was guest tone
ttk.end. during the week- Beach Tuesday and attend
-- Belding Nee-Uay'hime 50c) at Dublin, Ga., who have
Johns end of Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Misses Lula Redgrave, ed the annual convention of the been guests See :M.. for Correctly Fitted
E. spent Hope! Stump' of Mr. and Mrs. Kay McAllister,
geQresnetofethis week in Tal- Haynes, Hilda Durden, Georgia Florida Division, United Daugh- of Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. Glasses
versl business. Miss I Haynes, and Sam Alvarez visited Mrs. J. L. Peek returned ters of the Confederacy Mrs. Da- I ,
attending to Dorothy Sapp was guest Sun- J D. Baxter of Brooker, left last
- ee during the week-end of Miss Mil- Bok Tower at Lake Wales lastSunday day evening from West Palm vis is vice-president of the Sec- 1 week for a visit with relatives In S. G. LEWIS
lanassa will are dred Hundley at the State Farm. Beach. Mrs. Peek was accompanied ond Brigade and Mrs. Roberts act Tampa and Plant City. HTARKR FLA.US .
George
lira. ed as a delegate from the W T I
Atlanta to Join I home by her mother Mrs. E.
\V. Walnut St.
Cd.GeorgeMana.sa. Henry Manasaa, Al Manasa.i, P. dwell who will spend several Weeks Chapter. U. D. C. I I Anvil Overall! at Htnmp'n.WE .
{ If BcMEng Stream Lined How, all and James Dennis spent last week- weeks here. .
new fall shades at Stump's. end -
In
visiting Atlanta.
Williams and chil- They
N.
)Ir8. H Norwood of Val- were accompanied home by George Dr. Homer Thompson, presiding
Eloise and for Miss Marjorie Cook of Lake Manassa. elder of the Jacksonville district, DON'T BLAME! YOU STATE FARM PEOPLE
Thursday
h ta Ga. arrived with Mrs. Williams' Wales, Is enjoying a visit here with --, preached at the Methodist Church FOR NOT COMING OVER TO SEE US .
'' 'plea air Mrs. J. J. Pitts. Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Montgomery.Mr. Cols. D. E. Knight and H. V. last Wednesday evening. After the
and ANY MORE OFTEN WHEN TilE ROAD WAS
service the second
,, rents Knight, spent the first of this quarterly conference -
and Mrs. W. J. Eppersonand week In Green Cove Springs, was held. LIKE THIS. NATURALLY YOU HAD RATHER

AISEZ: L1 visitors Mrs.to George Jacksonville Anderson Saturday.Mrs. were. where murder they trial.were engaged In n New millinery arriving dully atSlump's I SIT AT HOME: HY YOUR OWN FIRESIDE AND

0 DO WITHOUT THE TIIINGS YOU REALLY
"
I too, have Ralph Cox, of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bell of p NEEDED; THAN TO TRAVEL THE ROCKY
For several years you was guest of her parents, Mr. andMrs Gainesville, were guests Sunday o*
heard this one and thate Dave Silcox, for several ROAD TO DUNLIN.
bly days
Mrs. Bell's parents, Mr. and Mrs REAL :
hard road
need a
sure .
e we recently.Col. W. M. Edwards. Mrs. Bell remained -
the State for a longer visit here.
'a.Well :: .. and Mrs. D. E. Knight ESTATE BEFORE
n has 'were recent visitors in Jacksonville Mrs E. L. Mollncly, wife of the IF YOU WANT TO
,used and where Col. Knight: attended U. Methodist minister at Punta Gor-
.
|BUY SELL OR RENT
are one at :S. Court. la, was a recent guest of her
1|those tell: brother-in-law and sister, the Rev. SEE US- andBUT .r
t; there : : Mrs. Robert Tanner, of Baldwin, and Mrs B. M. Montgomery.
-on the in- was a recent guestof her brother- ---'- WILSONSREALTY
|i baking out in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Welcome to our Hulford friend, NOW THAT THE ROCK FOUNDATION '
makes very J. H. Fields. make jour headquarters at Stump's CORP. ON THE ROAD IS COMPLETED AND YOU

tie difference, St/II..*. CAN DRIVE OVER IT AS FAST. AS THE FELLO1V -
= s
jt I to the rest Nick Carter returned to his home -
I them it Is in Hoily springs: Ml-!'s., Monday after Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Pergola ant l IN THE PICTURE ON THE RIGHT "f "'': ( ) 1, "
|y a o m c- a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. son, Kenneth% Miss Lllllas Garis THERE IS NO REASON WHY YOU SHOULD -
*to be proud of. And anoth- C. A, Knight
and Acree Chapman all of
tiling, just think how easy It ackaonvillo were guests Sunday NOT MAKE STARKE ENTERTAINMENT.AFTER
a be to run over to Sternberg'sget Miss Irma Stockwell was one of ot Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Young. FOR TRADING AND : a
d that pair of shoes for theI the girls pledged by the Theta PI
mentioned shoes because Delta Sorority during Rush week The W. C. T. U. will meet with D Time
Drive Over And See Us Sometime
shine. Any
rs where we at Southern College. Mrs. A. A. Anderson Friday and
.
-- -- --- the hour has been moved up to
"Star Brand Shoes" for the 3:00: o'clock. A cordial invitation
\ou ran buy
whole family at Stump's. extended to all these meetings Priest's 5c to $1.00 Store Green's Dairy t
| PETER'S SHOES 1)rA/er'HIe' w
The Quality Store Bennett Lumber Co. '
An! Low as Mr. and Mrs. C M. Imbach L. A. Rennolda of Raleigh, N C.,
$1.25For crest Sunday In Green Cove spent several days here recentlywith WHERE ECONOMY RULES W. A. Bessent, Jr. A. J. Griffis
Children Springs as guests of Mr. Imbach a his wife, Mrs. L. A Rennolda\ John H. Denmark D. L. Groover, Shell Station ,
father, C. A. Imbach. during his visit they, accompanied
by Homer Johns, visited Ocala. Inquire About .\. & I*. American Oil Co. The Spotlight
JUKI Indies' Hubert Stockwell, of Gainesville,
FALL COATS spent the week-end here with his Prettiest line of prints ever Fltl'IT CAKE ('IA'ltCHUCK Hoover Bros. Studio Darby's Store ';
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and shown In Starko at stump' ti
$3.03: to Mrs. C. L. Stockwell.Mrs. --
$14.50 I
L. M. DeSha and daughterof
Wildwood, are spending several BEEF A'r '
\\by Pay More days here with her parents, Mr.1 Tip DELMONTE
Top GroceryC.
Lb. 12
ROAST /
FALL HATSFor and Mrs. W. H. Struth. c 11
I
Ladles
Mrs. J. S. Blitch, Rev. and Mrs FANCY ALL II. .\S'OltTIIOwnrr and Operator MARCH OF FLAVOR
$1 M.. C. Stith and children, all of
MEAT STEW Lb. ,1Se FRIDAY & SATURDAY
'I Jacksonville?were*recent guests of
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. DEL MONTE SLICED or CHUMMED
Mrn Try Pair of SPECIAL PRICES OCT. 1819A
u I TENDER SIRLOINSTEAK '
[PETER'S SHOES. I Mrs. Tolbert H. Black of Gainesville Lb. 19cALL PINEAPPLE No. 21>/2 can 19c
] to Work In-Special Price spent several days here recently HEARTY WELCOME TO OUR
$2 as guest of her parents, DEL MONTK-NO Jl/j CAN
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick.Mrs. PURE PORKSAUSAGE STATE FARM FRIENDSCOMEIN ti k

\'i you entered your boy or Lb. 25c VISIT AND JOIN OUR HUN- BARTLETT PEARS 20c a''
/ In the bicycle contest? If E. L. Biggs Mrs. A. Z. Ad-
l*>M next time you are In thePNBERG'S klna and Mrs. O. L. Beasley whore wentto SPECIAL BEEFSTEW DREDS OF FRIENDS AND CUS- DEL MONTK-No. 2 Tall Can

they While St.visited Augustine away,Mrs.;Mrs.Wednesday Biggs O. J., Mrs.Griffin.Ad- 3 Lbs. 25c TOMERS.POTATOES. Fruit COCKTAIL No 2 can 19c ,

also attended "
klns Mrs.
and Beasley
!SLICED BBE.ULF.ASTBACON DKL !MONTE No. 9 Can

1 Florida :D. the C.,at annual Daytona convention Beach.of the U'I) Lb. 29cFANCY PINEAPPLE JUICE 12&DKL lh


WESTEKN BEEF !MONTE COUNTRY 2 No. 9 Can G's4 s-4

CHUCK ROAST Lb. ITWc 10 Lbs s s s 15c GENTLEMEN CORN 27c 4"-

4 I)KL: MONTE FANCYAPRICOTS
FANCY SLICED MAXWELL IIOl'SKCOFFEE :

BOLOGNA Lb. 12c>' Pound 25c No. 1 tall can 13c }

DKL MONTE No. I Tan ,
fun
LARGE ICEBEKOLETTUCE PURE (;iOI7N LOOSC I

Each 9c COFFEE 2 Lbs. 25c! FRUITS SALAD tall can 17c 1.1+r

FKESH JIM DANDY PEARLGRITS DEL MONTK F

FANCY COLOJt.IOCARROTS Bunch 7&/ lOLbs. 25c APRICOTS. Bulk Lb. 25c f;' .'

DEL ;\JONTI'JSCV i: '

FANCY WHITE IIED'4CAULIFLOVER I''UE CANE HOME GROUND PACKAGC.PEACHES 15c '!; :
\ Lb. 12cFANCY
Ua convincing SUGAR ME ALi I DEL MONTE NO. :CAN ,


little word that ........... GRAPES TOKAY OR SEEDLESS 2 Lbs. 15cFANCY i 5 Lbs. 25c 5 Lbs. .. ,- lOc I DEL SUGAR MONTR PEAS 17c f. ,;

U should sell
you IT. S. No. I YORK IMPERIAL: I FANCY) WHOLE GRAIN

FIRE INSURANCEIT APPLES 3 Lbs. lOc : Blue Rose RICE 51bs. 25cFANCY DEL TOMATO MONTE SAUCE can II-OA Bottle 5c i J


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PAGE: SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH! STARKE., FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER
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% Montieth Honors Woodmen Circle Officers school last Sunday was 107, which representatives formed a committee of Florida to-wit: bidder, for cash, the following de- Hy sao feet; thence ...--
And 8E'4! ofSWt4 w.
A'h of HS{' o. SE' crlbed lands, situate, lying: and being Section '"
line 'I
was just three under the attend- to try to work out some means ot Sec: IS"NlJ! % af RESt, dividing .
Miss Shepard Had Called MeetingA In Bradford County, Florida, to- ''Ion.
ance for the same Sunday last of settling the county's $1OOOOOOO of Sec. aal and NWv of Sec, I.., and 85; thence North n'n(
lama of S'4 01 8W\4 of NWOYtof wit: the teat
.' Mrs D, A. Montteth delightfully called meeting for the Wood- year. Mr. J. H. Pitts has kindly bonded indebtedness. flec.81o a., an la Township The NU entertained three tables of bridge men Circle officers was held at consented to be the general sec I South Range 20 East, containing of Sec 88; 'l'b. 5 South of Range 22 corner commencing of See at the ,
.i at her home last Monday evening:, the home of Secretary L. S. Hut- retary of the Bible school. He be- MASTKIt'M' '' I.KNOTJCI3 810 acre, more or lea. Bunt Emit of the B. A. 1. Railroad. Rhnseer22. 26, TI> 8 '
THEREFORE!, you and each of SV* of SEW of SW% 20-6-22. Blinn] unnna/ Iii,
October 7, in honor of Miss Lena to Tuesday evening. I gan his official duties this past and by in virtue hereby or given a Final that De-nrtor you named In this Notice are hereby also all of Black No? fern Peeta- North 410 feet: thence\l, ,ihe,
Belle Shepard, whose marriage to After short routine of business week. cr.a of Koraclniiura made and rn- required to Appear to the said Bill yule In 80. 35-5-13. also all that feet! thence Bout' 4"o '
a dared by the Honorable A. Z. Ad- of Complaint so filed against you, part of N-*! of NW% of NW% point of beginning '""\ l"Containing >
Donald J. Morris was an event of was taken up; plans were Men's Bible Clus. kill... Judge of the Circuit Court of on the 4th day of November 1986, liIeo. 25-1-22 lying East. : of right
October 11. booked out for the meeting next There were thirty-four present the Rth Judicial Circuit of Florida, at the Court House In Starke. Florida of-way of e. A. L. Railroad. or less and/ In all in3 .H"," m.
I In and for Bradford County, In ; otherwise, a Decree Pro Con- of NW% of NWW of Seo. 85, and 85, being II."?Ion.
The rooms of the home where Tuesday night.A at the Men's Bible Class banquet Chancery, dated October t, 19.15: In feHKO will be entered against. you Nt; B. of Range 23 la, and moraparticularlY Han.e "Townsh E t- ft S. aid
the guests gathered were tastefully social hour In which was held last Monday eve- that certain raunn therein lately and each of you, for failure to ap described a. beginning with the ,
I
' was enjoyed appurtenances
pending between J. W. Andrew Jr. pear. at NW corner of Seo. to be
I':, decorated with zinnias In which the hostess assisted by her ning at Durden's Cafe commemorating an AdmlnlHtratoc of the Estato1J. IT 13 ORDERED that this noticebe 5 S. of Range 22 Bait, .. 80run. to astir made[ the pursuant \0 raid Derr'
many bright colors. Misses Edna and Carrie i the first birthday of the W. Andrews. Hr.. Deceaned. an published once a week for four ningBait 1820 fast to the 8. A. I* IC, .anm and I..
daughters, Plaintiff .and; J. W. Kdwardx et i al.Defendantu consecutive weeks In the Bradford Hy thence' South and parallelwith Aa S eclal PERRYIIAN,
Mrs. A. Z. Adklna was preesnted Hutto 'served light refreshments I class. Dr. Thomas Hansen pastor ., the undersigned( who 'County "/" newspaper the Went side of the S. A. I* '- Ma.\.I' 111 <:1I8I1re106tIO18 ,
6. high prize for bridge which was a to those Invited to attend who of the Main Street Baptist Chnrch w..... therein appointed an Special ha-vlng! general circulation In Bradford -
Master In Chancery to execute the County, Florida. .
of Jacksonville made the -
vase of flowers and the honoree, were: Mrs. Mae Green, Mrs Maud principal .ame. will on Monday. the 4th day This of September, A. D. -
26
day
t. Miss Shepard, was presented a'' Andrews, Mrs. Jessie Chastine, 'address of the evening. He chord of November' : 1516, during the legalbourn 19S5. FUNERAL DIRECTOR
1 blue filled with I Mrs. Misses as his sdbject, "Leaders that of Hale before the. Courthousedoor A. J. THOMAS
lovely jardiniere Emily Denmark Amy In Starke. Florida, sell to the Court
Lead." In his speech he urged his highest. and bent. bidder, for canh Clerk Circuit My Many Years Experience Make It Possible for
beautiful tall flowers. At the end and Ethel Moore Mrs. A, J. Grlf- of Bradford County, Florida Me to Rrnde
, of the progressions one game of fla, :Mrs Charlie Powell, Mra. Nat hearers to consecrate themselvesto the uate following lying and deHcrlbed lands BradfordCounty. .It- 10-4-St-ll-l EFFICIENT, PROMPT antI COURTEOUS SERVICE

bingo was enjoyed and Mrs. C. A. Williams Mrs. Gladys Harrington, the task of leadership stick to : Florida, tb"elftIn: MAI'rJ<:I&1I BALE MODERATE PRICES
job and be willing to pay the priceof 8tt of the SK14 "f SWVi of Section NOTICE la hereby given that under -
Knight was awarded a cookie jar Miss Elizabeth Williams Mrs 21, Townnhlp.. 6 South Range DeWITT C. JONES
and by virtue of Final Decreeof
a
for winner of the game. Vonda) Inman Mrs Carolyn In- leadership. All who heard this 22 Kant; alnn lot* 1.2, and 8 of Foreclosure made and renderedby Starke, Florida
r
able were inspired to go Block 22 ofrT.mpiet. Additionto I Z. ,
message the Honorable A. Adklnn
Inman Mra.
Miss Vonda
,
The hostess served a sweet man the town of Htarke In Section -
l of the Circuit Court of the
back to the tasks of the church Judge
to her guests who were: Vergie Flynn and Mrs. A. H. Hall. 2R Township S. South.Hnnge 8th Judicial Circuit of Florida. In _,.... -
ocourse 22 East also the NM of 0- -'" .... ._ _
and Sunday school with a new vig- : __
and for Bradford County In Chancery _.
IMiss Lena Bell Shepard, the honoree the HWH' of the NKVt! of Section dated September 16th, 188IS, In ..;:;
and enthusiasm. Much credit
Church or
i Mrs. A. Z. Adklna, Mrs. E. L. Baptist NewsAt 10, Township 1 South' Range 23 that certain cause therein lately. NOTHER
for the success of the banquet is East.with! vending between The Federal Land CUP OF COFFEE
I, Biggs Mrs O. L. Beualey Mrs the morning service the annual due to the committee In charge of the appurtenance. .aid sate to Bank of Columbia, Plaintiff. and PLEASE'That's
Jeanette Kincaid Mrs. C. A. made paid. Decree to
I be pursuant Lucy F. Harrell and husband J I*
Knight, Mrs. II. C. Ritch, Mrs L. report to the association was arrangements: Mr. Bert Busbee, RatlHfy. the name and coats. Harrell, et al.. Defendants, the undersigned -
read and adopted by the church. Mr. W. H. Hart and Mr R. L. A. S. CRIOWS', who was therein appointed What Our Customers Are Always Ask-
D. Vlnlng Miss Hazel MIddleton AH Special Easter In Chancery.10M3tIO25 I as Special Master In Chancery to
Miss Madge MIddleton, Mrs. C. C. This report which extends from Kemp. execute" the name, will, on Monday ing-And No Wonder. If You've Ever Tried
October I, 1934 to October 1, 1935, airs-- t-, M.-- -Barefoot- ana Mrs.-- the 4th day of November 193S. during
Hoppe and Mrs A. C. Durden of the legal hours of Bale, before The Coffee In Bryant's You'll))
Know
revealed that the membership had MASTKII'SNOTICE BALM The Rea-
W. B. Alexander were in charge of
Tampa, and Mrs. James Shepard I In. hereby given that. under the Court House door In Starke,
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. of Hilliard. Increased their gifts to local work the decoration and table arrange- and by virtue of K Final Decree Florida, sell to the highest and best son Why.
by sixty-two percent over the pre- ment for the banquet. Two tables nf foreclosure Dade and rendered by
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---0- -- ceding year. Gifts to benevolencesand were very attractively arrangedand the the Honorable Circuit Court A. Z. of Adklna the 8th Judgeof Judicial And The Food Is Equally As
O. E. S. Notice missions Increased thirty-sev decorated with bowls of coral Circuit of Florida In and for -----I Good
Bradford County. In Chancery, dat- II
en per cent. The following messengers vine, ageratum and fern. Floor ed September 16th, 1936. In that
Friend's Night will be observed were appointed to represent baskets of golden rod and penstem- certain cane therein lately pending HAVE YOUR NEXT MEAL WITH VS
by the Eastern Star Monday eve- at the associational between The Federal Lend Bank of
the church
AND FIND
on also added charm to the dining Columbia Plaintiff and E. D. Kid- OUT THAT GOOD COOKING
ning at 7:30: o'clock. All members meeting at Hellbronn Baptist room. don et al., Defendants lnP',1: :d CAN BE HAD WAY FROM HOME:
and visiting Stars are cordially invited Church, October 16-17: Mr, J. F. Igneil: who wan.
Special Master In Chancery to
a>
to be In attendance. Klckllter, Mr. A. J. Thomas Mr. W. M. S. NoticeThe execute the name, will on Monday,
t A. M. Darby, Mrs. W. J. Eppersonand the 4th day of November, 1935, during
the legal. hours of sale, before
I W. O. W. Circle Notice Mrs P, M. Barefoot. Woman's Missionary SocI- the Court House door In Starke, BR Y
The choir, under the direction of ety of the Methodist Church will Florida, sell to the highest and beetbidder 'CAFESWELCOME
for cash, the following described
There will be a meeting of the Mr. John Powell, presented several meet Monday afternoon at three- lands. situate| lying and being
, members of the W. O. W, Circle special musical numbers at the thirty, at the church. Devotional In Bradford County, Florida, to- "

r. next Tuesday October 22, at 7:30: evening worship service. and business meeting. wit:H% of SWM-of SW and SW of ."..__ u "- ____ ___.___,__
o'clock at the hall. All membersare The Sunday School NW&' of SWW ofW/!! of Sec-

. urged to be present. The total number In Sunday New Seed Company containing lion 27. Township 25 acres.,6, Range ZZI|

i with the appurtenances. vlald sale
0>--____________________ Serves This Section to be made. pursuant. to said Decreeto ,
satisfy the mime and costs I
E. K. PHKKYMAN!: A beautiful home one minute .
Northern Florida and southern A* 1.e'lal"Ma..ter( .In Chancery. I "I -TO-
!-20-St-10-18 ashes the next. A financial lose
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AT TilE STATE Georgia recently welcomed _the
opening of the Howard Seed Com- onuFin OF pi'iiiir'Tiov AND HOMO can afford. Why risk It? j I Ii
, FARM, WHEN YOU MOTOR INTO STARKE NO'IICH TO APPEAR I HART FURNITURE
pany at 120 Broad Street, Jacksonville NOTICE Is l hereby T. J. CO.

:; BRING YOUR FRIENDS TO THE MAGNOLIA Florida. This company, RAY Bill of and Complnlnt wife, MARY baa been.nYoth filed.t n i Carry Fire Insurance, with
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operated by specialists In every against you and each. of you In the
, CAFE FOR A REAL HOME COOKED phase of the business, is enjoyinga Circuit Court of Bradford County, JOHNS & 4PC. BED ROOM SUIT
Florida, In Chancery In that certain
moat favorable of farm-
f: support cause entitled. The Federal
MEAL AT ALL TIMES.MAGNOLIA.
ers, market gardeners, estate own- Land Han of Columbia, Plaintiff, WAINWRIGHTTelephone 58.00Easy Terms
i ers and small home owners who versua T. J. tiny. and wife. Mary clay,
.:' et al., Defendants, to forecloseMortgage .
' have long waited for a wellstocked covering the following( de- IS i 3-PC. LIVING ROOM SUITS

,:. I'' and up-to-date seed company in ncrlbed lands, situate. lying/ and being _____ ____
In the of Bradford, State
County $22.50-On Time and
W I''this part of the country. up

: This company takes special 8-PC. DINING
k pride in the service that It is able ROOM SUIT

CAFEA. I :to offer through its highly trained: FISH $68.00-Easy Terms

personnel. Many have already
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made use of the service offered in OYSTERS ANDSHRIMP ,-ALSOPHILCO .
B. WILLIAMS, ManagerSuwannee advising gardeners in cultural RADIOS

methods variety selection, etc.:The

r ____: _,.... large sixty-four page catalogue Is
I''especially well liked for Its completeness -AND APPETIZINQ"SEA OTIIBR .. -.. ____ _._n_._._._._____._,_,_

and for its many pages

of helpful advice and planting ta- No Matter'
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1 bles.

Store"SERVICE FOODSWE
CARD OF THANKS What's Your Sport
INVITE STATE FARM
We wish to express to our many
RESIDENTS TO VISIT
friends our sincere thanks and
AND SATISFACTION"FLOUR : OUR MARKET
gratitude for the kindness and t 0 L .
I beautiful floral offerings given us S

luring: the recent illness and deathf MAGNOLIAFISH
Emperor 24 Lbs. 79c it
our beloved husband and father,
Mrs. J. C. Alvarez, Is Your ;'
ROUNTKEE'S BEST And Family. MARKET a

COFFEE Vac. Packed Lb. Can 25c DRINK
I PROPOSE 850-MILL TAX LEVY

FORT PIERCE Representa- .
OAT MEAL Mother's' Large 25c t fives: of St. Lucie County taxing

\units Including the port and drainage -

COOKING OIL Pure Vegetable Lb. 15c districts, are on record In fa- THE SIGN OF A GOOD HAIRCUTBOYS
for of an 830-milI tax levy. The

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POUND BOXES-ALL CRISP XOTICR GIRLS, MEN, 'WOMEN AND CHILDRENALL r
Notice IN hereby given to whom It
SODAS, GRAHAMS or. Ginger Snaps lOcNO nay concern that f will file my flml KNOW THAT OUR LONG EXPERIENCE IN
r report and apply to the honorable
hJ. K. ferryman. County Judge, CUTTING HAIR ASSURES PERFECT SATIS-
9 Vt-HALVES I'or my final discharge a. Executor FACTION AS TO CORRECT STYLE AND EFFECT -
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of' the Estate of Clara. JJ "Hlxtrunkn '
NORLEE PEACHES 15c the end day or Nov A. D. 1!>8S.it 'i1
the Court House In Stark: Flor-
I,ria, my application being based up-

;PEANUT BUTTER Johnston's Qts. 30c Counter iI \HloIJ. novy 90 the, with laid OUR NEW FRIENDS AT THE STATE FARM

-- ...... I 0114t.111Gulf.Pride Joseph 11[. slatrunk, Cx'r. ARE INVITED TO COME OVER AND GET AC-

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KRAFTS" AMERICAN QUAINTED.

CHEESE Pound 25c

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SWIFT'S BROOKFIELI)-FULL CREAM

CHEESE Pound *'f''' 23c CITY BARBER SHOP Even If You Do Nothing But Sit In a


ROUNTHEE'S BEST Swivel Chair From Nine To Five,

SALAD DRESSING Qts. 30cNO. r You Will Find Coca Cola Twice a


1 TALL CALIFORNIA have You And You
SARDINES 2 Cans 15c your Blankets Day Peps Up Keeps

Feeling Fit For What's Ahead. TryIt


MUSSULMAN'S APPLE JELLY 32-oz.Jar 25c LAUNDERED nowHeavy Now.


APPLE BUTTER 38-oz. Jar 20c

Motorists! winter bedding-blankets, comforters, down

IT H. NO. 1 TABLE quilts-can be laundered so they look like new and are Ot
Switch To WE GLADLY COOPERATEVith
POTATOES lOLbs. 15c absolutely) clean and sanitary. The latter condition can-

not be assured by: home washing. er Local Businesses In Extending A Hear!

ONIONS Fancy 3 Pounds lOc WE WILL BE GLAD \
Greeting To The State Farm Residents. ]

TOKAY TO MAKE NEW CUSTOMERSAT

Grapes Lettuce Tomatoes 2 For 15c And Add Extra Year, To.The' FARM Believe That The New Hard Road Will
Life Of Your Car THE STATE
Mutually Beneficial And We Hope It \V\\
LARD CANS 50-lb. 35c -\1..80- Home washing of curtains, draperies, bedspreads and ,

Good household linens Is a tedious job-not always as satisfactory Go A Long Way Toward Sealing, EV|

in results as you'd like. And It's unnecessary,
,SYRUP CANS No. 10 Fric Tops 9.50
GULF Gasoline nowadays for the laundry can do,the same work better Stronger, The Bond Between Our TV

and Just as cheaply while you are released for other
C. S. MEAL 7% Bright Bag 1.50 DIAMONDTIRES affairs. or. Communities.


ARSENATE OF LEAD 4 Lbs. 45c AND TUBES I Cleaning Pressing :Dyeing


FULOHUM OR HASTINGS 10O LB. BV. You State Farm Motorist,
I Also Done By Experts
SEED OATS Bushel 80c Give U> A TrialNEW STARKE COCA COLA |

DEAL I '

A Complete Line of Seed Onion Set*, Etc. SERVICE STA. STARKE: DRY CLEANERS BOTTlING COMPANYI'


SELL US YOUR PECANS HUBERT E. PRIEST \ PHONE 2*

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Get Up Nights? NOTICE TO CnEDITOnS STATE FARM Community Club Mrs. H. A. Prescott, spent Sunday children of Rising visited their
SOCIAL
Why
NEWS
IIL. ..*.J'tO'n are claims hereby or notified demands: to whichvon prc- Holds Meet in at Sampson City with Mr and parents Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc
fII" IIo ,'needy may have nimlnHt: the Estate of In Fine New Nome Mrs J. J. Brown Rae, Saturday! afternoon
fltiHh out Impurities t II. J. Aldernmn. cl n Poiintv
Judge of Ht-Hdforcl ,
"in. which call"e the lr- ) County A Members of the
.' ?*finit i wakes Get Florida, at bin office In BtaiktKloi -. wedding of interest to the I Last Saturday Mrs. J. A Lander CommunityClub M. McRae visited the bedside of J. E., were visiting Mr. and Mra.
K et' rlt'i.) 1 nlittle green Irtu' within eight; nionlliB from people of the State Farm was that I entertained with a lovely bridge at the State Farm Tuesdayof Mrs W R. Halslop, Thursday Russell Thomas In Rising section
K .l"Kr JiuketH. the the date of first puhllratlet of hit of last week thlr.lanulvi'isary
Mine Freda celebrated the
Miller of
KM '" en1hul un the bladder slime notice or seine will he barred by LaBelle. luncheon for eight Rll l o'clock. The Mrs T. N. Norman and daughters Sunday.
I u
\ works law and, void.October to Mr. Bryan Drew, of their organisation
bowels.pwflY an employee, house
the
III111 'c.owr oil nn was beautifully decorated In Helen and Dorothy of Gum Remember the services at Pine
10S5.
r opinrequentsdesire burner 18th here. They were married In Lake yellow flowers, and the tables with a delightful meeting held in Branch, and Mrs 1. A, Crosby and, Level Church this week-end.
B. J. ALDERMAN JRAdinlnlatrntor.. Butler October 12, In the the recently completed communityhouse.
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Jaye
,.._ t bRCkn'h", If presenceof wero set In blue crystal ware yellow -
drulrglot will refund the immediate family. They and blue the .
"" Ire.ed any being color motif.
'p' Stltcne" Drug Store. 10-18-41-11-8 will make their After an Interesting program
130 home here with Mrs L. F. Chapman made high
,ewe Mr. given several talented SPECIAL OFFERTO
Drew's mother. score and Mrs. J. O. Godwin, sec by performers
-- ond. from Lake Butler refreshments -

:Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox and Mlsa were served by Mrs. W. A,, -
Beatrice Cox were week-end visitors Mrs. Vance Geiger has been III Kelcy and Mrs. A, F. Christy Th
Tomorrow'sthe In Orlando. for the past week. center of attention WIllS the large State Farm Residents
birthday cake which was artlstlcal.
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Mrs. R. H. Tl on who was badly Mrs. J. G. Godwin of the Stats ly decorated by Mrs Kelcy. ONLY .,
hurt In a fall several weeks ago Farm was a guest Wednesday of Several new members were welcomed
THIN A I> ANn 500 ,
la Into the club at this meet
slowly recovering. Mrs. Harold Wall In Starke. *X>lt THE NEXT 10 DAYS
Ing and the following chairmen {\f
1M OOOD FOR
day ')-- committees. were appointed for the

; lthi1 new year: Mrs F. D rancher SHAMPOO FINGER WAVE &
Rejuvenate Your House; Mrs.J.A. Bouvier, Flower;: ARCH OH 1MANICUHK
Mrs. J. A. Lander!' Civics; Mrs. M
R. Holmes Social and Program,;: Leila's Beauty Salon
Saturday, October 19th. Now That WINTER'S HereIt Mrs. Leo Wiggins Finance; Mrs ..

R. H. Cox, Welfare; Mrs. Wra CUP THIS AD NOW UEFOUE0(1 MISPLACE IT
String fellow, Sanitary; Mrs. J. B

can be done, easily--and they will be ready Overstreet, Sewing.
for weeks or months of additional wear. There'sa Officers who will guide the dub
NEW lot of additional life In good clothes, if you! through Its important work durIng -
give the fabric a chance to live Its allotted time. the year are: Mrs. T. W. Shin- .
Dirt and grime do more to destroy clothing Icr, president; Mrs. A. F. Christy
than all the rubbing and scuffing of ordinary Vice-president; Mrs V. N. Gelge, )
wear. So to our new customers at the State treasurer; and Miss Beatrice Cox,
Farm and to our old customers In this vicinity SERVICE
we.say: Send your "old" suits and dresses'to us secretary.e
V-8 for cleaning, repairing and pressing and see how The women of the colony an
FORD good they look when we return them to you. very proud of their community;
house, an attractive log building S
on the main road as you enter thi
farm. It .has been complete
BRADFORD
DRY CLEANERS
about two months and 1 is put to< TIIE'OFFICE OF TilE CLERK OF TIlE .
not only for club meetIngs ;'
"----n______ _,_ _.-._ many, but uses also for entertainment CIRCUIT COURT IS DESIGNED TO BE OF ,
FOR 1936
of all kinds aa well as for church ,;
SERVICE<: TO EVERYONE IN A COMMUNITY -
and Sunday School. .
PATRONIZE YOUR HOME BAKERY Besides a large auditorium AND THIS IS WHAT WE HAVE '

Beautiful new lines and colors. Easier complete ity house with has stage a spacious, the commun living; ENDEAVORED TO MAKE OF IT. TilE ,-

room dining room, kitchen pan MANY TROUBLESOME PROBLEMS THAT \\1
steering and gear shifting. New interior try and lavatory.The ';
living room is especially attractive COME UP EVERY DAY CONCERNING
beauty. Super-Safety rakes.>> Time We Specialize! being furnished In excel RECORDS AND OTHER TEDIOUS INFORMATION "
lent taste. It boasts an Immense
proven ,V-8 performance, economy and IN fireplace constructed of rough IS HANDLED HERE COURTEOUSLY .
rock, the hearth of which is covered -
reliability.See I by a beautifully cured alllgato AND PROMPTLY
DELICIOUSPIES hide. Other animal skins of va. I

rlous hues cover the dark oal WE TAKE PLEASURE IN EXTENDING .
floor. The furniture IB rustic, bu '
the finest Ford car ever built CAKES ROLLS ,
comfortably upholstered. Heav;< THIS SAME SERVICE TO RESIDENTS

beams at the ceiling\ and an old OF TilE STATE FARM AND INVITE .'
Saturday at spinning wheel at one side cf the :,'
STATE FARM RESIDENTS ARE fireplace lend a valuable bit of atmosphere THEM TO PAY OUR OFFICE A VISIT

ASKED TO GIVE US A TRIALIF to this delightful\ room. WHENEVER IN STARKE.
-Al- BaM B***" "*
YOU DO YOU'RE SURE TO J. O. Randal who has been confined -
J. W. ANDREWS to his home In Jacksonvllli
BECOME A REGULAR CUSTO on account of Illness Is reported

MER. to be rapidly Improving.\ We hopi
he will noon be with us again. THOMASCLKKK
Starke,.Florida A. J.

BAKERY Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Prince had
STARKE as week-end guests Mr. and Mrs. OP THR: CIRCUIT COURT

J. H. Pace, Mr. and Mrs J. C
Jenkins and Mr. and Mrs. M. L
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Ilorton all of Jacksonville.
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... .'"" --.-......,--- ". .' '.-.-.-.-.n .. -.,- '. .' ", Mrs. P. D. Fancher and Mrs.
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/ Leo Wiggins were shopping In
r- \.. Jacksonville Monday and Tues. HALL'SVariety

'", day. -

.' l' Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Griner wen
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,' week-end visitors in Melrose
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I" GroceryON
: Mr. and Mrs.. J. M. Caldwel

,. '.. .:. were visitors In Ocala Sunday
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,.- > ':' f' They were the guests of Mr. Cald
l 10TII STREET-NEAR S. A. L. DEPOT
'. well's mother.

/ ,",r'.1 The regular;meeting; of the Community SPECIALS LAST THROUGH '

11I.- Club will be Tuesday afternoon -
WEEK OF OCTOBER 17TH.
October 22, at 2:3: (
o'clock. Wives of all employeeare
urged to attend. Mrs. J. M COFFEE All Hours Pure Lb.'lTc'

...' .- Caldwell Mrs. L. F. Chapman, and ,
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4 Mrs R. H. Cox will be hoateimea
.' If you are not a member come and LARD (Compound) Lb. __ 11%c'''

Join.

Mra. L. O. Sheffield, Mrs J. A. BEANS (Northern) Lb. -- 5c a t
> STATE FARMRESIDENTS Bouvier, Mrs. C. W Royster, and S

:' Mlsa In Jacksonville Alice Royster Saturday, were shopping APPLE BUTTER, 28oz. __ ___ 15c ;

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GOOD PIUCEl4WAUCHULAIlardee GRITS (Fresh Medium) 10 Lbs. _,2
'. f! i IT IS ALWAYS PLEASANT TO fall vegetables brought County'stint good

NEW prices on the local market. First SUGAR, 5 Lbs. _._ .... ___25c
ONE
J WELCOME EVEN cucumbers brought $3.00 a''crate
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{''( f; FAMILY INTO OUR COMMU $1 while a crate.first white squash brought RICE (Extra Fancy) 5 Lbs. --,-...- .25c
'; ,: : OUR '
THEN
NITY. IMAGINE
:+ EXTENDING LARGEST IN' HISTORY TOMATOES No. 2 (Standard Pk) 6/2c 1
PLEASURE AT GAINESVILLE Registrationat \
e1f.:
}I ? the University of Florida counted ./

,' : THE ADVANTAGES OF OUR at 2,816 students Is the heaviestfor KETCHUP 14-oz. __ ___.10c
*' the first term In history. The ;
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.; l THE STATE FARM
CITY TO enrollment Is 842
college
: general
'.'','f'J:Jti; \ ;; EMPLOYEES AND THEIR while 1.942 persons have. registered ONIONS, 3 Lbs. ___- ___ ___ .. ___ 10c \,

I., In.the upper division. .1

: J Ii; FAMILIES. KOCKEFCIJJER MM MMBMV*+ *-ARRIVES v* '-. PRINCE ALBERT ..Can _,, _..? lOc ;
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'<1 i
ORMOND BEACH-John D.

;:\'J'>H;' fi rI., : WE HAVE ALWAYS FELT IN A lionaire Rockefeller Industrialist; 8r..' 96-year and old philanthropist mil. BREAD ( 2 Large) _." ___ __ ___ 15c, at;:


".' *, :/, FRIENDLY INTEREST BUT NOW r "The Casements last week" his came Florida back'estate to SYRUP (Seller's) Qt. .____...,_ ,18c :'
: vj GROUP
,: YOUR here, for another winter and

,lJ: WITH A HARD ROAD CON iprlng, of simple.living. NATIONAL OATS, 2 Pkgs __.._.15c :'
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US OUR INTERESTS CARTER MAY RUN ,
NECTING
": :;: ; TALLAHASSEE-Jerry W.Car- BEANS (Stringless No.2) 8c =
:" EVEN ___ _.__ J! :
'I'\\! BECOME Rallro"JCommlallon
member of the Stats
; SHOULD ter.
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: Is considering running i
\'. ;' MORE MUTUAL. AGAIN WE for governor next year "If MEAL, 10 Lbs. -- -. ? 21c L
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[I am half as successful in persuading
te; tt.:;"'" .: SAY 'WELCOME TO STARKE. the people to urge me to make
: : the\ race as the average candidate, POTATOES (Irish) 10 Lbs. __ __ _I4c J:
'D",,"
[i will run; he said. "

: THE CITY COUNCIL PINE LEVEL MICHIGAN PEA BEANS, Lb. __....,*.4c i

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4.. OF STARKE FLORIDA lire. IL M. Me Ka- CorrespondentMr. SALT, V/2 Lb. Pkg. _...____ 3c !
and Mrs.: Fletcher: TerreU

i Mid upending little a son while, of here Mississippi with Mrs.are MILK (Dime Brand) __ _? lie i
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'i, Fletcher's father.Gus Fountain. /

Mia Nits Kelly and Miss' Mel- TOILET TISSUE 650's, 3 for ___ lOc J
,'. ra Crosby of Rising section were
,"i.' ',' .. dinner guests of MUMsa Eula Mae
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GOOD EATING APPLES Lge. Doz lOcI'
and Etta Fay Dyal. Sunday.Mr. : ,
and Mrs. J. W. Boodge, Mr. '{
.,er + rr and Mrs. WUlis' Dyal, and Vr. and :J..

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PAGE Eioirr __ ___ BRADFORD COUNT TEUSGRAPH. STARKE.! FLORIDA FRID\VOCTOftll'
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NOTHING LEFT TO SAY next week so we hope you will excuse $>= '01:10' :Ot70r: :: ---
Bradford County Telegraph There l isn't much the Telegraphcan us'this one .time. D :=:SOft

Established 1877 ay in welcoming the State SUSSIQNSurprises HAL1.., So smart O
Farm resident to Starke that ban very
n't Already been said by the'advertiHomenU -' aaipromlaect last week, S. R. JOHNS & SONS
i MEMBERV1 in this- ts ue.* If thea I have already begun to materialize
LORIPA PRESS ASSOCIATION\\ messages from business men here I at the Tuesday; night meetings.
are thoroughly read our new neigl\\ Number oner WJM Mr. Geo. F, Tib-
", \ ? 1935 0 1' bore cannot remain unaware of the bits of Cam{;, .K 9auvcvtcl 3 0tGtLL' _. advantages of making his young men- musicians who
_____ __ -- on .__ _____ ---- ----- -. Starke many their trading center for everything gave a wonderful treat both in FARM ',
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class from thumb tacks to ra- message and sung at the regular CUSTOMERS,:
Post Office at Starke Florida dlo Bible study heuft. I I
Matter at the OUR STORE IS CONVENIENTLY
__ __ .__ ___ ____ -r' We hope that you people will not Mrs Tibbits, who is always an LOCATED FOB :
E. L. Matthews__________...____________Editor and Owner get the Impression that we want!appreciated I party. visitor, accompaniedthe U YOU WIIEH YOU ENTER STARKE FROM TilE NEW !
to visit need
you us only when you ,
ROAD. LOOK US UP ON .
-- -- -- for. jj NINTH .
--- -- something you must pay OltOKIl Of PI I1I.I -.VIIOAM> 4 STREET.
UBSCIUPTIONllATE There are other things lust as Im- NO'I'U" TO ,tl l>IOAItNOTICM

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c: -Payable In Advance portant-Intangible things such as Sled!I. known herebY HH given Mnhvl to MabelWell Met', j> PHONE 45 FREE DELIVERY
" friendship and the mutual Btlmulrvtlon Weller whott place of residence IH
Advertising Rates on Application that cornea from meeting new ":In INIntun, Pennsylvania. that. H Bill WEEK END SPECIALS
of Complaint haM been filed agalnHtyou -
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';- A secret Is something you tell to one person at a time. are Inviting you to share in our County. online Florida.entitled In Chancery The FederalLand In thatcertain U JUST A FEW ITEMS TO GIVE YOU AN IDEA
social life-to join our organizations Rank of Columbia, Plaintiff, WHAT
.u,. 0--- --to visit our churches. Versus' to). to B. foreclose Shlpinan, a..t Mortgagecovering Hi, Defendants ii[j TO EXPECT IN VALUE AT JOHNS'. THESE
., : If a man makes a fool of himself often enough he soon Although it will yet be a month the. f,.ll wlnir described. O WILL
before the new road l Is officially Inndn sliunte.' lying and being.. In HELP US MAKE NEW FRIENDS AT TilE STATE
becomes wise. .Krndford County Florida, to wit!
opened, we see no reason for waitIng NKYt: of HKVi of HI '4. Section 22, FARM\ AS WELL AS KEEP OLD
o that long before getting ac- Tp, 6 Mouth It. 22 Fast, (Lot No.4't FRIENDS I I\
Wonder what the King of Italy thinks of the war, or isn'the quainted. For all practical purposes of! Hiiilthn HWV .and Map,North); also| II NV6 acres{ of of SWV4 tI% Ii STARKE.
, the road was opened when of BWy, of S W y.. See 23, Tp. 8
allowed to think? South' 8.21 host Lots No. 65
the last,load of rock was dumped I No, 56 and part of Lots No. 67 andNo Iig -
o Into place, for the nine miles to (8 Smiths Map). Containing
r; The price of pork'now should make a ham actor fee!]I Starke",may be traveled now In In all! S8 acres:, "more you are or ICHB.THGUKKOttK hereby. re- 1 COMPOUND 2 Lbs for 25eI cp
less time than it took to drive one riu I fed to fcupujtrito the said Hill of
r pretty important."i or two miles on the old grade.It Complaint' HO flied against. you on
the, rod nrDrrvtnher> 1935. at
:' O is probable that a oarbecue or the "tdfro, '"' Starke; ; Florida
: The lazy fellow\ moves slowly but still manages to keep I some other form of celebration will 01 will her he wine.nter,. a. ..Decree d. against pro you.Confeunn for failure : ENGLISH PEAS No. 2 3 for 25c
N'work, overtaking him. mark the final completion of the to Appear
from highway but let's visit around JT IM CHll'WHiD that thin Noticebat
published once a week for four
now so that when that time contra consecutive weeka In the Bradford

It The little red hen dozen.is now :lady of society..with eggs selling it rather will be than a gathering a v"get of acquainted"old friends County County general,Telegraph Florida circulation( a.I newspaper In Bradford having M SUGAR CORN, No. 2 can 3for25c

.' at forty cents a
party. Thin 17 dBTOf October, A. D. 193B,. _
0 (,OFFICIAL. BIJAf.)
p
-oA -- A.-J. THOMAS.
, Insects have'no sense of time, says an authority. And GOOD MESSAGEA Clerk i Circuit County Court.Ilradfoid Florida.. lAnd I STRINGBEANSNo.2can3for25cMATCHES
I mosquitoes have no respect for place. fine sermon on cooperation in 1018OtH.lSGW..LPD- Y
0 the home, in civic life and in the
church was preached last Sunday,
I'' Ethiopia might be uncivilized but we have yet to hear the morning by the Rev. B. M. Mont-' 3 5c Pkgs. 9c

first kidnapping reported from there.o gomery. It taken to heart the 'I ,
message could not but be a factor 0 ,
in working for a fuller, more com COLUMN
The dog is the only animal that can make a success of plete life not only for the commu- I CATSUP'14oz. lie

simply howling his way through life. nity as a whole, but for each Individual ,- FOR -MlssionaryStraw we want our l mew .

o berry plant', on new ground. A. friends at the State
used to Illustrate
If borrowing is a disease, as one writer says, some folkswe Mr his Montgomery point the classic story of J. Crlffl. ''L ..,.. tf Farm to know that our U ,LIBB 'SMILK 3 Tall Cans 17c

know are sick enough to be in bed. the two foolish calves who were ,SALE. igh''grade sewing
tied together between two stacksof :machine, .apyqne'',dresser, Kimball knack for having the o

A often feels that one of the most difficult things luscious hay. The calf on the organ aluminum\ ; tireless cooker right thing is not limitedto D
l t man right Instated on pulling towardthe 1-ton Ch *rW t truck. Whippet TOMATOES No. 2 20c
': in life is telling a woman a bit of news. stack at his side while the one coach. Priced;right. F J. Pattee, Ladies Clothing-we;, | cans
0 on the left pulled equally an hard Starke. ,< .i itpMILUONdSpenuineImproved
toward his stack. As a consequence can outfit you men justas
t* Love is blind and the home is an institution. Marriagethen "
both calves became
very jj BACON Good White
; Lb.
; must be an' institution for the blind. hungry before they decided to pull Maryland'Missionary'l Strawberry properlyAnd .our 22c

. ,.. 0 together, eat first one stack of hay -,Plant*. $1.00 per thousand fob prices are so reasonable., oD .-
be'to and then the other. Ca tleberry.. ,:Thurmond Farm,
L: Another great youth movement would Have one There is a great lesson In this Castleberry. Ala. OI
f.f!: half settle down and the other half settle up. simple story of the two calves and
'? who heard It, parents, FOR SALE OR TRADE-Beds, S. R. JOHNS & SONS
| 0 oj I everyone quilts, table, stove rings, plows, J acob'sNext
eachers and officials must have
j F[ It would be a lot more fun to hear some radio performers been greatly benefited. tools,. kitchen'knives, waahT1 bench U
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if knew felt bad they sounded. and wringer. Fresh fish. Lawtey STARKE FLORIDA
we they as as -'-OWE -- Cafe, LawteyK;Florida. ltp Door to Postofflce ,
' o APOLOGIZEWe 8.

Even the bravest man gets cold feet when the weather feel that'we must apologizeto WILL ,BUY your pecans and pay ooo.onooeco ..5IIIIW0IYIIIIIIIIIYIIIWINIIIYIIIIIWNNYIIINIIIINYYINIIIYYIY .
our readers this week for the cash. Bringthem: to'my house
V forecasters begin to predict an early winter. omission of many features that N. D. Waljjwgkhtv I "" 2tp .. ,
/ '' NII4IIYIIIIININIIgI11aIlYIlIWelUW111NIIIYI11a11YIIIWl11111" ' / '''UlIIIIIII'"IHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII""illlIN"'lIIlliIIi'I"IIIIIII/ "' / oIIIlIlIIlIIIII""III/ miinmiihiif', ,
y1',' 0 they' are used to seeing each weekIn OLD ESTABLISHED Fertilizer I

:..,: :Many men owe their business success to pluck. Knowing! the Telegraph. Our State Farm Company desires local represen
t when; who and how to pluck I is an art all right. I edition from met with advertisers such ready that response almost -- tative. Commission basis: Address When In Doubt
Box!: 1106, Jacksonville. Fla.,.
-o- : every available Inch of apace 10-18-21
' The Philadelphia man who ate twelve chickens at one Is occupied by message. from

Iy; : meal didn't what pulpit he formerly occupied. some Starke business Our con- FROST-PROOF Cabbage and Col- i TRY USA
say tinued story, the farm news, much lard Plants, Leading varieties.
i o of the school news and many oth* 79C thousand.. Fine plant Will
Automobile accidents have increased since repeal. This er feaures had to go by the board. make prompt shipments Tlfton t :
. definitely proves that one tank in a car is enough. However, these will all be back J Plant.Company.. Tlfton, Ga. Pharmacist of Long Experience Fills All Prescriptions -

o I: At Our. Store. Only the Finest and Purest

Some girls are so careful they won't believe a sweetheart I Drugs and Chemicals Used.

loves. them until he commits.. suicide on their account.A r I ,
. o A 1 GRANDCOMBINATION 1 i A FEW SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY' AND SATURDAYTO

real 'smile is a fine thing. So many people do nothing a INTRODUCE US TO OUR STATE FARM NEIGHBORS

more than rearrange their faces for the occasion.


o I 7Sc Bayer Aspirin (100) __....__-_____2._________._ .59
Why worry about the rate of speed at which the younger -
""' generation is traveling-just so it's going in the right di R 25c J. & J. Baby Powder. ..._________________-_ __ .19

rection. SOc: Milk of Magnesia (Pmt) __::.____________ -_ .29

o i I IYetb 50
' King George of England receives a salary of $52,460 a I FOR TRAVEL 60c California Syrup of Figs ,..__________________ .49
' week. Wonder how much takes out for the
Queen Mary 40c Fletcher's Castoria _____________ ____._____ .28

-r' groceries? I ... :; SOc Bay Rum ,__. __...._.....____-. ____I_________ .19

I. Emily Post. says it isn't 0 good, form to apologize to the *' '! .2 Tubes Nyal Tooth- Paste & 1 25c Tooth Brush for__ .49

t guests, the meat is tough. They'll find out soon enough for, 1.10 Elmo Cleansing I Cream -____________?,._____ 89

: themselves. 100 Aspirin Tablets _....;___________________: -.;____ .29

o 2 Tubes Krank's Lather Cream (.70 Value) for_____ .47

4 The poet tells us there is a destiny that shapes our ends GLORIOUS JI UTUMN klqhmr are bUM Kleenex __ __, i_ _._ __ ,......? __ __ ...._ _u __ __ ____ .19
't Women will continue' to depend on hairdressers and shoe 1 of color-aa.t.' !ama mad Kotex and Models
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makers, however. OCTOBERWEATHER pIctoMteeqpie tfua at My.!..,Urn --------r----------_- ----
.4 ... (.**. Vm ...... fla. with 1.20 Caldwell Syrup Pepsin __.__________________ .98
g ...... B..ld. el tnla and con.darkle -
1.00 Nyal Cod Liver OH (Pint) _______ _._ .79
An unkind dentist says more women than men have .uIq picking eoltoa, _______

false teeth because the ladies wear their natural teeth out ,.sad...._...."Trawl'.-"" .ky the woth colas, of ty.tlrl.the .. 50c McKesson's Mouth'Wash _________...:______'__ .39

with their tongues. ........... brims ..... oftq' 1.00 FountainSyringe __.*__________________,._, .49

!c1?f ,__ 0 COMFORTABLE kip llq..embdabl.e pleaaw..mine and _Iardgotal-_Dl.D' 1.00 Citrocarbonate ___;....:;_________ : ___'________ .79

; A man was jailed recently for biting his wife's arm. We t 'the.'..y eels' war Ton so*. 1.00 Wampole's Cod Liver Oil __-=___I___________ .69
aren't one to judge hastily however She might have been .M_,. .to.. Unlimited. .toponrIMlll Paris
COACHES .q... bag "hum llmlu eaiwud Green. Per Pound _________..;___ ____ .33

;reaching into his pocket. trip. Arsenate of Lead, Per Pound ____.-__ : II1ZZZ .15

, 0 be TYPICAL ONE WAY FARES. 50c Ipana and Pepsodent Tooth Paste II. ..___I"IT .39
Elsie Robinson asks "Should a wife ,a person or a
; stage ?" Some of them say they have to work so hard Jacksonville .HO W.P. Beach___. D.3O New York _18.20 50c:Dr. West and Prophylactic Tooth Brushes .____ .39
. prop Miami ______ 5.80 Macon ______._ 4.19 Lbs.
Philadelphia 14.73: Epsom Salts .39
they feel more like a floor mop. ? ?______.,_ _______________
. Ocala -______ 1.00 Atlanta ._?_..,, B.60 Washington -__11.69
0 Galnevvllle .-_ J5O Cincinnati -__.no3o KtehnHmd _.__ 8.83 25c Exlax __ ..! 1: ... __ __ r..._ _" __ .- _,_ __-__ .19

, Every time we pick up a paper another prospective can- Baldwin .___._ .45 Chicago -_18.80'' Charlotte -< 7JW SOc Rubbing Alcohol ___..__________________" .19
:.. didate for governor is "feeling the public pulse." It's a won Orlando _____ !.eo Cleveland ___.17.00 Pittsburgh ...;;..._lUI! 25c Thedford's Black Draught .17
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: has to go'around. Tampa Indianapolis _:.IS.OO Savannah 1.11UNION
. der the public enough pulse SOc Groves
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It is said that the average woman has only an 800-word Court House MRS. C. H. 8& TJ', Agent WE- CARRY A COMPLETE LINE,: OF DOROTHY
Opposite Phone 120-W ;.
vocabulary. The author of that statement must have never GRAY TOILETRIES.THESE .

made a bad bid playing opposite his wife at bridge. r
o "- n PRICES ARE FOR CASH ONLY

Bernarr Macfadden\ the physical culture expert, says he

will not refuse the Republican Presidential nomination if it PHARMACYPHONE

should be offered to him. We shudder to'think of :Mr. Mac
-
fadden as a dictator. He'd probably have us' all out of bed 160I"

at six o'clock in the morning taking setting-up exercises. ,InsllmaaraaslslnnsNarnnnaWnsllsnansaaewnllanNaNNnmsaNlNNma, '. '"'!aNnasllesnWOnnmsnannNnsslmarcalnsnasnnYls' _'"._.......,""...,,NallsllaNNNlrwr"N""r