Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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EEtabli I shed 1877 Subscriptiou-For Year, $1.50: Six Mor\ .75e-Payable;J In Advance E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner

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Attempt Will Be House-to-House
* Homesteads
Made to Obtain Canvas 'Will '. ...- NOT INTERFERE WITH
Seed Be Made """"j ""' e Bond Tax HUNTINGIn
spite of the fact that hunting 1

WILL BE OPERATED W O R K E RS APPOINTED f o ." I CITIZENS THIS WEEK season opens November 20, 19 .
[f 500 ACRES PLANTED I N ALL COMMUNITIES t .t PER CENT ,DISCOUNT Judge H. L Sebrlng of Gainesville -]

holding his first term of
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An intensive drive that is court here this week found It lIec- -
weeks an increasingly hoped The
In recent ..,, City Council Tpesday'nlgbtfixed
number of"Bradford Coun- to insure Bradford County's quota .r. .J the 1935 city tax at Judgment 'Will BeSought canary to set several cases for the Cattle Larceny,Case
large of 130: Red Cross A campaign throughout the nation levy 19th, 20th and 22nd.
shown interest ins memberships this'JOINyear
t growers) have started this week for funds twenty mills, with the exception of to Collect Gets Two-Week'
revival of the long staple cot- will begin with which to homesteads which Will pay only Judge Sebring jokingly salt
M industry here and it Is believed first of next to the erect late a Will national memorial -. the thlrteen-mlll' levy for bonds .$15,000 from the bench that he understood Contingency
will be planted when the RogersFrank It, was a, time-honored custom In
! !large acreage Twenty mills is the same amount -
>II/IIU B. Shutta of Miami
/ here early this spring if the Roll Cal state chairman. T was appointed that was levied last year. AGED WIDOW CLAIMS! Bradford County not to allow the ROWE. CLONDES FOUND '

aria which are said to- be very gets under way Landrum of this city Is Frank At the same time City Clerk MISLED INTO SIGNING business of the court to Interfere NOT GUILTY TUESDAY ]i

jrce: can be obtained. +[November 11. chairman and will county Carl Johns issued a statement reminding _. with the opening of hunting Ha- -
Interested persons here are now E. L. Matthews, for the fund.accept all donations -; citizens of the four per son.. "It doenn't affect me one Circuit court adjourned her ''
No' moved
jbg to work out a plan to fiMM chairman of the :asked to one is cent discount that will be allowedIf way or the other, but I have been Wednesday at noon after a brief 4
give than
'" the purchase of enough seed drive, this week but the slogan more for the a dollar, taxes are paid during this civil docket here this week as the approached several times. this week session In which only two cases
fA plant 800 acres, it Is estimated announced a list be campaignwill month. Tampa bondsman accused of aiding by attaches of the court and Interested were tried and most of the Important
bit tills would require a .$300 of workers who have consented to to a dollar."any"donation The from a dime Mrs. L. Torruella appeared be- Jewel thief Harry Sitamore to attorneys who do not wish cases on the docket were con-

fund. carryon the) Roll Call In every continue until campaign will fore the council and asked that the escape from the State Prison Farmin to miss the first day in the field," tinued until the week beginning

W. L. Wall, who operated a gin town In the county, and an appealwas Thanksgiving. Day. city extend a water line to her June, 1033 again failed to ap the judge said.WRECK. November 18.

1 the days when the industry was made to every man, woman Home, The matter was referred pear and his $19,000 bond was or. A jury Tuesday found Clyde

it Its height here, has said he and child to give cheerfully: the COUNTY GETS to the City Bond Trustees and will dered estreated. Rowe not guilty of assault with Intent -

would again begin operations If anifficientacreage dollar that is asked for the annual be decided upon later. None of the seven signers of the VICTIM to murder A.,, L. Johns In a

\ was.devoted to membership. The following\ Mlle were paid: large bond, all but two of whom shooting that took place In Law-

tile crop Instead of having: only five or SmallSCHOOL D. C. Klnlaw, gas and oil $31.80: had been served with notice to ap- Claims$25OOODAMAGE toy several months ago. Rowe
It ii reported from Madison six workers as has been the policy J Harold C. Wall; Insn ranee premiums pear, was In court here this week. testified that 'he'and Johns

there revival of the industry has in past years, Starke will be divid- $21.74; H, Z. Brownlee. The name of each was called three had been at outs but that they had

already begun, that poisoned ed into twenty small districts with' FUNDGRIFFIS Bond Trustee, ni'| r"F.; Colley, times, and each was ordered to (; supposedly patched up their friendship

syrup mixtures have been perfectid a woman resident having chargeof Bond Trustee, $2:1:ft; J. Davis, come Into court and "produce the and that he had Invited Johns

tbat will keep ,,the boll ,weevil' a house-to-house canvas in her Bond Trustee, $2:, Cal Gllsson body of Mandel Scoby," but there' to his home for a drink of liquor.

under control. By a study of the neighborhood. Special workers : FEELS BETTER Special allownace,for.poluex pro were no replies. -BOARD When they entered the house, the
peat it was learned that the weevil will be assigned to the down-town OVER OUTLOOK tection at School, $15; Denmark Mrs. S. M. Miller, an aged wid- defendant said, a pistol was lyingon
\\I subject to thirst early In the district. HOWEVER Furniture Co., Blanket for Jail $2: ow living In Dade City, Is the only the table and while he was

irn'r.g' and again at noon. In The following women will have T. F. Landrum 10%, fee Collection one of the bondsmen who has taken -FIRM pouring the drink he glanced.

JM morning It is able to drink the charge of the Roll Call In Starke: A. J. Grlffta. superintendent of of delinquent taxes $73.82; J. ,B. steps to fight judgment proceedings Several Important civil case around and saw Johns reaching for

cleW, but at noon there Is no natural Mrs. L. A. Davis Mrs. Joseph E Bradford County schools, yesterday Sapp, Salary for October and 1 arrest which will be brought In will be heard here November 22 the gun In the tussle that ensued ,,

moisture on the plant and the Wilson Mrs. Alma Bain, Mlsa Rosalind said that the amount of money $71; Carl Johns, Salary for court here. In her pleading she when circuit court re-convenes to the pistol was accidentally

iNvil eagerly drinks the poisoned I Jacobs, Miss Hazel Middle- received here from the state school October $60 1935 Tax Assessment will allege that she was ill at the finish up cases remaining .on the fired Injuring Johns Row. said.

syrup mixture If It Is sprayed onto ton Mrs. C. A. Knight Mrs. W. A. fund for the first four months of Roll $100 total $160; W. L. Wall time of signing the bond, that It docket from the brief session her Also tried Tuesday and found

plant at this time. Bonham, Miss Lula Redgrave, Mrs. the school year totalled $3,163.13 Councilman, Hi P. M. Barefoot was brought to her by an acquaintance this week.A. not guilty was Mike Clondes, .accused -

With control of the boll weevil J. M. Darby Mrs. H. M. Richard, or about enough to pay teachers' Councilman, $4; O. L. Beasley, who said It was a bond for J. Angelo of Jacksonville Is of having gambling apparatus

.accomplished fact farmer here Mrs. C. L. Stockwell, Miss porothy salaries In this county for ono-half Councilman $4; W. M. Edwards, his own appearance In court, and suing J. C. Stringer, of Alaohus. )ln his possession. The case

in again looking toward Sea Is- Sapp, Mrs L. S. Hutto, Mrs. E. M. of a. month. Councilman $4; N. D. Wainwright, that she signed it without being for $25,000 personal Injuries as the hinged) upon whether or not
Iud staple cotton with prospects Davis, Miss Kitty Hogsed, Mrs N. The Jr., Councilman $4; T. F. Landrnm able to read It. Mrs. Miller will. result of an automobile accident Clondes bad a slot machine, which .
amount received from '
t good prices. The outlook is D. Wainwright Br., Mrs Sam Anderson the City Attorney $2 Melvin McKinney Further allege that she does not occurring some time ago near Sheriff W. J. Epperson had con- )
doubly attractive because this typed Miss Ruth Sternberg, Miss state for October waa only $309.20/ Salary and extra duty, $43: know Scoby and that she would Graham. Angelo, through his flaunted without a warrant. In his
I Mr. Griffis said, while $2,83588 Co. at the bond If she home or In his place of business.
cotton is not subject to the Lucille Mitchell and Miss Louise Starke Telephone Telephone not have signed attorneys, Knight and Knight
was sent here for July, August and A. L. Alvarez, his Testimony brought out the fact
government processing tax. Snyder. City Hall $3.60; ;, had known it was for appearance alleges that his truck was run

Ilea Island cotton production intblouth September. Salary .for. October and ,1 arrest, ,. .. into by another truck driven by an that the slot machine was In the ,
1 began to wane after: the I School students will serve as In spite'of'the small amount received $86; Quigley and'TJavislumber' employee of Stringer. middle room b.twtetCJondp', |lv- ,"f+

nr between the states, In 1865, workers in the othercommunities from the state the superintendent $1; Bradford Hardware Co. Supplies Inc quarters and a front .room
ad in the past several years .It as follows: Is optimistic over the outlook > for Streets, $1.89;, Bradford AGED NEGRO The W. M. Welch Manufacturing used for business The defense ,

ni negligible. Prices for the Lawtey:' Raymond Plummer of a full term here this year. Co., Telegraph, Printing $10.79; HIT' BY AUTOVICTIM Company, of Chicago, will bring counsel insisted that while'' the' '

ludard grade of cotton fell lower John Arthur Torode and Van Bur- Last year Bradford County teachers R. C. Buford Fire Chief $4; Jen- action against the Bradford Coun sheriff might enter a place of bus

id lower, and owners of cotton ney. Hampton: Wilson :May and voted to have their salaries kins, Fireman $2; J. D. Grlffls, OF CARELESS ty Board of Publlo Instruction for Iness without a warrant, be had no

lands looked about for a solution.' Nlram Wynn, Brooker: W. T. paid In twelve paymeifts instead of Fireman, $2; James Lewis, Fire- DRIVER IS NEAR $300 damages for school supplies right to take the machine from the

The FERA allocated a fund to Weeks, Artford Brown and Win- the customary eight, and Mr. GrlfIs man, $2 Wilbur Griffis Fireman, DEATH board.J.alleged. to have been bought by the middle room.

Mused In Sea Island cotton exper- fred Hazen. New River: Chester considers! this one of the big $2; J. L. Peek ;Jr., Fireman $2; Murder Trial. Set '
uenta with a view to restoring Moody and Roy Tomlinson. Gra- factors In enabling the schools Calvin Johns, Fireman, $2; Merrill MIls Bailey seventy-six year H. Saxon and II.' V. Saxon The trial of Lonnla Green negro' ,

it values of farm lands and InCreasing ham: J. B. Strickland and Jewett here to continue operation. McMillan, Fireman, $2; Chas.. Darby old negro, Is near death this weekat against the Seaboard Oil Company, for the murder of Evallne Frailer,
the purchasing, of Fogg. Theressa: Patsy Edmond- The Seaboard Air Line Railway Fireman, $2. his home west of town after be-< $800 damaged, and Louis Berlnhar eight-year-old colored girl", was

Cotton producers in areas power whereto son bas announced its intention of payIng There being no further businessthe ing struck last Saturday night bya against George W. Dreblow, $300( set for Tuesday, November 19. The "

long staple could be grown sue It is expected that the Roll Call county taxes this month, Mr. city council adjourned to the hit-and-run Is said driver to have: been walkIng personal Injuries, have been continued crime of which Green Is accused ,'

asfully.ALLOFTHEWILD. will meet with ready response this Grlffls said. The school's! share of next regular meeting.The Bailey shoulder of the road to the spring term of. court. was one of the most: brutal ever
year because of the fine work that this money will be distributed in Tax Assesor presented assessment along a It is believed that an error ,In recorded here. He Is alleged to '
the driver of the losing
the Red Cross has, carried on In December and will tide the sltua- l roll for 1935 taxes and when car, Issuing service on the Scoby bonds. have killed the girl In an attempt ,

,: storm stricken areas of this staten tion over until receipts begin to the council fixed the millage at I control or deliberately turning out, men will result In this case being to "get even" with her mother for ,,.
AT RITZ recent months.Armistice come in from the sale of automo- same rate as for year 1934. 20 I left the highway. and ran over continued to another term of court. marrying another man. The body x

.... bile tags in January. mills on all property with the exception -. < man.Efforts of the child was found In a pine '
made to learn
ere being
' of homesteads which is thicket a short distance member i
POPULAR NOVEL COMESTO Service of the driver but ROUTINE
Day the identity no 1
thirteen mills.Beasleifs. home, with the neck almost cut In ;
SCREEN"Call LIFE ON An' Armistice Day service will To Solicit Funds arrest had been made up to press MEETING HELD two with a pocket knife Green ,\

be held at the Methodist Church Edward Burns has been namedto Father Dies time yesterday., escaped and was later captured In *
'' of the Wild'' 20th Cen- next Sunday evening at 7:30: receive contributions in Bradford COMMISSIONERS AGREE TO Jacksonville where he wait held I

"T'l colorful fllmization of Jack o'clock, conducted by the Rev. B. County for a "New Deal Bryant Beasley, an Instructor in Lawyer Locked Up PAY BACK TAXES ON until this term of court., \:

oKlon'a Immortal story of the M. Montgomery pastor of the statue" to be erected on the state the high school here, was calledto : ARMORY SITE. Levant Wooten, Hampton negro, ,,
have other people '
Uton Gold Rush, comes to' the church. Rev. Montgomery extendsa capitol grounds in Tallahassee. The Umatllla\ yesterday because of Lawyer. often r will be tried Wednesday, Novem-
Rita Theatre on Sunday and Mon- cordial Invitation to all membersof statue will be composed of like the death of his father I. B. Beas locked up In jail, but when'ouelocks The Board of County Clmmls bar 20 for the murder of his wife,

hl the American Legion, the National nesses of President Roosevelt Vice ley. 73 a pioneer resident of that himself In-well, that's told real that stoners met here Monday and at- Ruby September 8. /f, f ,
ly news. The 'story Is tended to such routine matters as
A location unit headed by Clarke Guards, and all veteransand President Garner and National part of the State. One daughter this week a Claude Prevatt. charged! with
court here widow's

during approving pensions receiving
Guile< Loretta Young and Jack their families of the World Democratic Chairman James A. Mrs. Henry Slmoll Oft, Eustls, and assault with Intent to murder FredA :
of the legal profession for allowances .
Oakle i who wishes to five other sons Olin Roy, Gay, Ivy member application pauper *
faced danger and starvation War or the Spanish-American Farley. Anyone borrowed a key to the jail Inorder and hearing reports of Bosch at a roadside restaurant
Ia Wb-zero Mount 'Baker; Wash-* War( ; There will be special music contribute to the memorial is ask. and Oscar all of' Umatllla, also that be might: go In and confer various county agencies. here several weeks ago' will be *

den to film this Darryl Zanuck and other' numbers rendered. ed to get in touch with Mr. Burns survive. with a client. While the conversa- The members agreed to pay the tried Monday; November'' 18.

Wiiction. Others In the cast are There will also be a talk by A. J. lon was going on the jail door back taxes on the lot opposite the Also set for the same day Is the ;

frInk Conroy, Reginald Owen, Thomas, commander of the local MINISTER ANSWERS ROOSEVELT slammed shut and when the' laW- public school building if and when cue against Carl Con and Fayete i''

,Idney Toler and Katherine. 'd.- American Legion Post. THINKS PRESIDENT IS SINCERE yer got ready to leave he found this site Is used to build an armory I Brown, accused of larceny of cattle ,
from Joe E. Griff
, In
that he could not turn the key uponA I

Werner The Goose and 'the Gander," I Brooker Project Sixth I President Roosevelt recently -vice" given to the"v.ry beat of I I the lock. Unwilling to call .for -Following, are (the minutes of themeetlngV William George were Reddish arraigned\ and this Bascoat week J'
Bros comedy drama readers is I help he struggled with the lock
gay The attention of our to ministers your ability.I f
at atrital! : s ent an appeal minutes be- and plead guilty to breaking and
lilt feature mix-ups. Is scheduled as called,to the fact that the liat of. throughout the'country asking have only two" suggestions to for twenty or ,thirty and the L. D. Vlnlng. agent for the Empire entering the Sinclair Refining ,
'!\eatre on attraction at the Rita sixteen .projects recommended by their "counsel and advice," and Inviting make. The first Is that :you see fore out giving of the up window to his rescuer Lumber Company requested Company's bulk station her. A ;
Tuesday and Wednes- Bradford County Planning where mistake that has been key to sell the dead and
you the
fa f of the them to "tell me clearly unlocked the door permission motion of severance was grantedas '
next who
week not listed In order of better alcohol and quickly down timber on ,the lands belonging ,
hay Council were feel our Government can made by' legalizing' to G. L. Sapp and Merman ?\
outside.Gasoline .
Ftancls heads the
* vita the all-star i preference when published In the serve our people." that you courageously lead us out from to the said company using all WoodU, named In the same indict. $\;'
i9PoIIte"l George Brent playing Telegraph last week. For Instance This week the Rev. B. 1(. Montgomery of the mess we are In. The second funds so derived to apply upon the ment. The' latter two could not 4

her. Among the other the Brooker community center pastor of the Methodist is that you be as logical and Use Drops current and back taxes, the request be arraigned as Sapp was not la '

JJJM-i are Genevieve Tobin John project, while appearing last on Church, at the request of the Tele- reasonable in the field of morals Gasoline consumption In Bradford was granted.The the custody of the court. 4 4Csplr. ;
rr'orb.< and Helen Clair Dodd, Ralph the list as published, was sixthIn graph, made public his reply to the and religion as you have been in County declined from 72.290 following applicants for laMed

Tliurfday Lowell. the county la order of prefer resident's reo-iest: as follows: other matters. You have called to gallons In August to 64.658 gallonsIn Widows Pension were approvedwith Bond wa estreated and a capita {.

1rtek "Ings and Friday of next ence. Starke, Fla.. your aid the very best and most September. figures released by amount set opposite each respective Issued In the case of Bunk (Red) fBufkla.
"Welcome the Rita screenHome" .-- Oct. 21. 1935. learned men in the fields of science the Department of Agriculture name Mrs. Millie J. Fogg .' accused of .hl-jacklng a ',<

with James Townsend Club President Franklin D. Roosevelt engineering, economics poll- kerosene fell from 5.357 gallon to $2; Mrs. L.. II:. Moseley J $7; Mrs load of liquor from a Smith ,

-Io. egndlAxfne Judge playing the > new members joinedthe Washington p. C. tics, finances and so on. Why not kerosene fell fro m3.057 gallon to Hulda Corpenlng $2; ,Mrs Ruby Richardson A'Conroy truck near J;

',, Eighteen: Club at aa. enthusiastic Dear Sir: do the same thing with reference 5,191 gallons. Totals for the Mann 92; Mrs. Kittle Grlffls, $4. Lawty. and la the case of V Q. ,
here Monday night Your letter came several days to ,morals and religion? Call to state showed a decline In gasoline The following addition were McCoy charged with stealing a ;,
\Ho f Malaria ,Death meeting house. The nestmeeUDC' ap but I did not answer it !Imme- your aid a small group' of clergy' from 19,347.211 gallons In Augustto made to the Pauper Roll with Ford truck from J. R. Mott, of c@

(_J was not a single ,death In the court wil be held November IS lately,because I wanted to think who are not duly "la close contact 17,390,950 gallons In Septem amounts set opposite each respective Brooker. Bufkin's bond was set.at :,1
JT malaria reported ''by the of legal it over before I wrote you.I with their people" but who are In ber. name; :Miss Matilda Lee $2; $3.000 and McCoy's at $600. yrPa','
Board of Health in Bradford and every white County person Is Invitedto believe that you have done I close contact with our, Lord and Mrs. Alice Jones $4 for one month The following cases were con'f.
l1 age In Bradford fine things their advice in all matters only Jack Hurd $2.50 Moaley A
dUrine the nnt member many wonderful and seek ; ; tlnued until the spring term of
b4 tbI tlgnt be present and become a of the: spiritual.I Forsyth Loses Decision Shell $1 for month ".
of the year ,Figures for for our country But one moral and one only. court O- R. Prsvatt. shooting In-,
A'qun! i !UU showed decrease I of the organisation. meat things about your admlnls- assure you that I appreciatevery ,Julian Smith Gainesville battler, Applications ef Mrs. Ellen Pad- to house} Avery Walters, rob- .:;

.232 deaths to,ISO from this tratlon Is that when you see that i much the letter which you again won a decision 'over Vasco gett Mrs. Howell and Hary Bros- bery; W H., Donaldson,.' issuing rt':

.lease. during corresponding per1934 BirthsMr you have made a mistake you con- j sent me, and I trust that you will Forsytn of Starke In the Gainesville ky for pauper allowances were refused worthless check; Lladsey Griffis ;i ;

and 11135. '. and Mrs. Ernest A. Wilmot, fesait and make the necessary I accept my answer In the spirit In City Club Arena Monday m, having liquor In possession; Ranee ':;.

it Starke, girl October 29. changes In your administration, which It Is written. night. As was the case In their Mrs.< Bell Lang was allowed $4 Andrews. selling liquor without a 1 Close I Mr and Mrs. Stafford I.. Crews, A few years ago you criticized Sincerely first meeting several weeks ago per month for the care of helpless license; H. B. Kerce, Issuing worthL:
Day -
Half '
1t f New River girl! October 31. the clergy very much for trying to I B. 1C Montgomery.. the patr.went. at each other in grand BOn. ,; less draft. : jl i
1 here WUI olOM 12 give "counsel aad advice but now will be pleased *o business-Ilk fashion, affording a The Board'decided to call for The case against Buck Griffin

DooU Monday tor Arat mfeay Church are asking for this "counsel The Telegraph of other mlal- crowded house plenty .of excitement Under oa Refunding Road Bonds,, for breaking and entering wa .
Observance Chief of Po- ,New River c and you advice.- believe that youtrust publish-the replies If will during the fracas. Both men said tenders to be. received and not pressed, and the''lollowlnC4 4!>:
t... 1. A.lvares atd today after : been. changed sincere In dotes this and I stern I la this county for public- weighed In at the ringside at aneven considered at-the, regular". meeting. lit
morning them I. I
fromThcond submit "
dr.up on the plans of Callan. Sunday Everybody that you will make an honest effort .1 I l kindly 133 oUDde... ,.;. December, ...,2. "" (.Continued. On Page Eighth &.
v .
.... uuilness house. School te the afternoon at a o'clock. to follow the "counsel and Ltlon. _, *. rlq:' .. "fr. ::"j.r ,I,I
Invited. '
will\ have a boUdaaIao._ :cordially. 1

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Mtge, Elizabeth llarnago, Cor. lass Ada 11I1..... CorrMpoadMtThe Mrs Z. Z. Griffin, CorrespondentMr. ( Delorte Bloodsworth Cor.) Miss :M. E. Crews, CorrespondentMrs. O'UAUGULjeeA7RlCefMea
Mr. and Mrs-J. D. Dobbs, Jr. Rev. W It McDonald, of and Mr--Jo: : ; Grlffls, of Mr. and Mrs.-O..R. Reddish and Lila Norman returned to

: and children, Mrs. Carl Dobbs, and Waldo, who has accepted the pastorate ,- Clay County, were visiting Mr daughter,' L'Marle and Mrs. W. M. her home at Lawtey Thursday after soAnee sv ; k

Lonnie Dobbs, of Raiford, were the of the Methodist Churches an<| Mrs RUey Sullivan last Thursday Bloodsworth of Ralford' were visIting spending several days ,here a 8"

k; guest of Mr. J. A Harnaga and of Waldo and Hampton, preached night. Mr. and Mrs.. W. B. Bloods- with her daughter, Mrs., George from the 'liMctrfcioldi

family Sunday.Mr. here last Sunday. morning and Paul Prevatt was visiting relatives worth Tuesday. Wilkinson.Mrs. yn'Mayet %
and Mrs L. A""'Ci by and evening. at Lake Geneva last week. Evelyn Bloodsworth y spent the W. J. Hardee and Miss

children of Rising section were Colonel Crosby, of Starke, was Herman Garrett was visiting week-end at Raiford with Mrs. W. Maggie Crews were shopping In ..,
visiting her later', Mrs. T. N. Nor visiting here last Saturday eve- relatives In Sumter, S. C., last M. Bloodsworth.Mr. Starke Saturday, --w --.....

man and family Sunday. ning. week. and Mrs. D. N. Denmark of Mrs. Lacy Norman, Miss Janie (SYNOPSIS Windy O'Shangh- ment. He knelt beside the dog
Mrs. B. M. McRae and daughters The Rev. J. B. Norris of La- nosay\ world-famous animal petted It pod
A large crowd from here attended Starke, were visiting Mr. and Mrs Marr and Miss Vera Mae Wilkinson enthusiastically, "
vr Gwendolyn and Shirley of Crosse, was the guest of the Rev.F. the pound party given at Russell Norman Saturday. spent Saturday in St. Augus trainer had lost his right arm kind of a dog la she" \Vbtt
Pine Level spent the week-end M. Taylor this week. the home of Hazel Crews last Fri during a dangerous stunt when Jeff scratched his'head.

h with J. A. Harnaga and family. Mrs Josephine Sullivan returned day night. Everybody'reported agoon Mr:and Mrs. W B. Bloodsworth were visitIng tine.Mr.. and Mrs. Carl Wilkinson, of Cora his wife, had deserted him to It. "Well, so far as I caw hard put
and Mr. H. L. Norman
} Miss Etta Fay Dyal of Pine to her home this week after a time. Jacksonville Friday. Miami, visited relatives here last taking his adored fouryearold out, she's part terrier an' part taste

Level section spent Tuesday night visit with her sons, Cleveland and The Rev. E. C. Hogan, of Jacksonville week. NR, Stubby. Wandering asa pulse.;' im
Mae Mrs. W. 1': Crosby of Corinth for'eight Windy
with Ella Sapp. tramp years Stubby's eyes shone
i Miss Evelyn Crosby of Rising will fill his regular appointment spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs Lacy Norman entertaineda finds his boy only to discover name T""Don.t "Wbat'her

3 was visiting Mr. and Mrs Marcus Hampton was visiting relatives at China Grove Church Mrs. Frank Norman. number of her friends with a that his mind has been poisoned know her
here the weekend.Mrs. next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, proper
Conner, Sunday. over and night at 7:30: o'clock. Every. Mr a. '.mom Tyer of Gainesville, Is pound party Wednesday night against him by his aunt Martha. enln' name. She'll answer cbrlst.
Mr. T. N. Norman of Ocala, John Sullivan and daughter body welcome. spending a few days here with Mr. and Mrs. WUford Dinkins Hastings bad taken Windy backIn anythin' 'cept kitty kitty, mod
r spent the week-end here with his Miss Lucille Sullivan, and Mrs. I friends.Mr. visited relatives here Sunday.T. the circus but worried and A shout of laughter kitty"

d" family.Mr. E J. Sullivan, all of Waldo, were and Mrs. W. B. Bloods- ..T. Blackburn.attended church nervous, he cannot face the ani- from the watching went ?p"She's
and Mrs J. F. Shaw and visiting at the home of J. J.. Zeig- A. L. Sullivan of Theressa. worth and family spent the day here Sunday. mals. Hastings has just wltneaeed gotta have performer.
children of the State Farm were ler, Sunday.Rev. B. H. Henley and family, of with his mother, Mrs. W. M. his defeat. He Is through.) Stubby thought a Dame
Mrs. Raiford Starling and Miss furiously
relatives In this section of filled Wauchula, have located In the
r visiting Daughtry Ciayno Bloodsworth.' "Violet 1" Jeff
Saxon cottage on the corner of Lorraine Starling of the Black A GIFT TO STUBBY. suggested But it
Sunday afternoon. his appointment at the Theressa was obvious that
Creek Section spent Sunday here Stubby
Christian Church, Sunday.Mr. Church and Main Streets Lumbermen say the only remaining with Mrs. Effle Carter. care for it. "Well I was did not

TilE RES SAMI. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler and The young men who have left forest of virgin red cedarin Miss Jewel Carter spent Satur- Chapter Eight of the aroma which tblnk\JI'\
daughters Rhoda and Ruth our town for the CCC Camps in stands I surrounds
I were the United States near her.
{ .. Rhitda r.TlflTT CorrtmfomtmmtMr. day night Nit Black Creek with "Come on Windy. Hastings
visiting Mr. Zelgler's sister, Mrs. Louisiana this fall, were Grover
r "' Lebanon, Tent Miss Lorraine Starling. tugged at his arm. "Get fist "No, we'll call her ,
and M.a.-M: :. L. Johns and John Sullivan of Waldo Monday.We Mullins, Earnest Morgan, Grady .. your important. something
Mrs. J. A. Woods returned to around that whip.. you've gottago Cleopatra"Jeff !
children of New River were visit. are gladto report that Mrs, Perry, Olen. Hicks, and J. L. Nearly twothlrda of all schoolchild ". .
I her home In Morrlston Thursdayafter Into that cage. was
Ing friends and relatives at. Ther- C. A. Youngblood and Mrs. T. B Hodge. accidents occur ouUlofe genuinely shocked. 'AI
{ usa Sunday. Trlest are recovering from their Mrs W. B Alexander of Starke, school hours and off school prop- spending several weeks here But Windy pulled back, mortal wouldn't care foh that Mlstui
with relatives. terror had him in Its *'I can't Stubby That was man
Mrs Josephine Sullivan of IIlne..... was a visitor here this week. erty.I mother
I Mrs. Effie Carter was in Starke Dan. I can't handle cats any more. name. Listen, just call her Do*.
Monday- and Tuesday- having-: her Something's gone outa' me." He Watch. Here Dog

; tonsils removed. was almost whimpering. Dog promptly turned a gleeful!
i Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Misses some ault.
Hastings addressed him harshly,
Time but Betty Wimberly and Ethel Ricks. trying to,, shock' him out of his Stubby's eyes popped 'Golly"
passes C. M. Griffin and Romeo Prescott "Think that's somethln'
state of mind, "It couldn't by any This
attended a weiner roast at the here dog's
more educated
chance be! your backbone, could It? than i
home of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson college professor Here
v.i Maybe you can tell me what hap Dog Show
i Green Friday night. us how Stubby Walk ."
pens now 7" he added mockingly,

1 MEMORIES Jacksonville John Wilkinson Monday.was a visitor to "There's other things I can do, six Dog rose to its hind legs moving

Miss Ethel Ricks. Miss Beth Dan," was the low smothered answer step forward in stately meu-

I Wimberly and C.M. Griffis attended "I gotta' lot of strength In ure.Stubby
; the Hallowe'en entertainment my arm. I can drive stakes, clean squealed In a delirium of

o, given at the Maxvllle school house up, things like that ., ecstasy.for me?""Will will she do trieD

afK.7f} remain Thursday Mrs. D.night.C, Reid and children of very Hastings funny.spat I hire derisively.a headline"That's act "She to meet sure will. Dog, I wants
you your future
IVAf49Eki Maxvllle were visitors here Saturday and it turns out to be a porter Miatuh Stubby O'Shaughncssy"
Well I the He
guess joke's on me Dog extended a formal
Herb Thomas of Jacksonville regarded Windy with mingled pity pall'which

< I AND MEMORIES BRING TO MIND was a business. visitor, here Mon and contempt. "As far as the monty is that Stubby all quickly she can grasped dot "b
i day is concerned < forget it. It's
!r OF Sah. Wanta'' hurt her
AGAIN Starting Sunday night, Nov. 10, the boy you're let tin. down Don't She does any thin'." Jeff .
} 1918 WHEN THE WORLD SHEATH a revival meeting will be held at you realize my lawyers only got in Stubby's ear
'( /1 the Highland Baptist Church with him on a temporary order and thatyou've
7/I ED ITS SWORD AND BREATHED A The boy turned to the dog, eyes
Rev. Jimmy Conway, of Middle- gotta you'caD
't}*\; U iii I, I PRAYER OF THANKFULNESS THAT burg and Rev. M.: F. Knlkht of I port him? He's prove counting on you.sup- to alight.bed at"What night do?" I do( when I g

CIVILIZATION HAD BEEN SAVED. Maxvllle In charge. Services will You've" gotta lick this thing for his Dog sat up, "prayed" briefly
If be held each night and continue sake.
; yawned, then lay on its side In
""W NOW ONLY SEVENTEEN YEARS until the following Sunday morn- At the mention of the son who sleep. Stubby reached over and
ing, closing with dinner on thegrounds. hated him so, Windy shrank
up hugged the little animal to hit
t /
like an outworn balloon.
/ / ..... breast.
/ WORLD SEEM TO BE ON THE I Then he spoke, as If he were a He spoke to Hastings as b>|

1' /I % f BRINK OF BEING PLUNGED INTO PINE LEVEL drowning man grabbing at'.. a strode up. "Can I take her sir''

>,:i< I ANOTHER TERRIFYING CONFLICT; al.... H. M. MoRae, Correspondent straw "He's mine for three months. Hastings" smiled. "Don't see why!
"' Nobody can take him before that. not.

,{ $ ,,._. A CONFLICT WHICH-IF' IT BE- Elder H. L. Durden and familyof He pulled at Dan's lapel. "That Is, Windy had stolen up and w
) Palatka, spent Saturday night if you'll let me stay on. You will, standing unobtrusively to one sid|
: CAME ,WORLD-WIDE-WOULD UNDOUBTEDLY and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. won't you Dan? I just gotta have A ray of happiness was filter)

f\;i END CIVILIZATION M. McRae. Elder Durden also these three months with him." He through his eyes '

l UPON THIS GLOBE, ONCE AND FOR preached at Pine Level Church this hurried on. "After that I don't care "Oh swell," Stubby yelled The
tl week-end: what happens ,Ill work.I'll beg. he turned to Jeff, remembering bl
ALL. Miss Myrtle Fountain spent partof rll steal to pay you back, Dan. I manner "Gosh, Jeff I don't kn
r last week in Gainesville. with swear I will." how to thank you This la the ma
'r SHALL THOSE BRAVE YOUNG MEN relatives. Hastings hesitated alt he gazedat wonderful present I've ever tiadl

;' WHO DIED IN THE LAST GREAT Elder and Mrs. J.' T. Barnes of the grovelling humility 'of the. I've always wanted a dog, only m:|

Rising spent Saturday night and once great animal trainer. mother said . He broke tbi
; I WAR.'HAVE DIED IN VAIN? WILL Sunday with Mr., and Mrs. Brit- "All right, Windy," he said disloyal sentence off "Than!

'r THE WORLD 'THEY FOUGHT SO ton Alvarez. gruffly, "if you don't mind having Jeff.

I HARD TO SAVE BE UTTERLY DESTROYED Little Miss Luclle Bowers of your kid and the whole troupe "Oh, that's all right Mist

:J Boatdraln section -was visiting watch a star performer on his wayto Stubby."
Odessa McRae Sunday.Mr. become a bum, I guess I can Jeff looked at Hastings uneasilyj
US HAVE PEACE-PEACE IS OURWHEREVER and Mrs. L. L. Rushing of stand it too." who looked back puzzled Th

YOU ARE, WAY OF. PAYING HOMAGE TO Gainesville attended church here "Thanks Dan," Windy answered the latter spied Windy. '
Saturday night. with abject eagerness '"Hey Windy," he called, "aiD'that
MONDAY NOVEMBER 11 THEIR-GLORIOUS SACRIFICE; Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McRae of "We'll keep you on till we get to the mutt that hung arouij'

Waldo spent Saturday night and Evanston." .. the lot in Canton? And wheo
Sunday with Mr, and Mrs H. M. The next morning found an altogether wanted to chase it away yog' i sal!
PAUSE AT 11 O'CLOCK--. A. M. IN REMEMBRANCE. AND'REVERANCE McRae, also attended church here. / delighted Stubby, hanging'' you'd take it for a pet?"

_. _ _._ ._ ._ _,,_" _" .. .. Mrs. B. M. McRae and little from one of the low trapeses witha "Look Dan," Windy said hastiljj
,ti J .. .. _ t _._,_ .. _._ ._._ daughters, Gwendolyn and Shirley,
net just below him. "We'll' talk about It some other
spent the week-end at Gum Branch "Wheeee! Should I let go now?" '"And let this Pittsburgh atop

LEON A GRAY KELLEY'S PLACEHALL'S with relative he sang out to Angle one of;the put Bomethln over on you," Haitf
ttf .. '
Miss Vests McRae had as guests performer who was supervisingthe tags said Jovially. "Your old i
J. I Saturday night Misses Henrietta, boy's acrobatics.. gets the bows for tbe mutt" b
SUPT. A. J. GRIFFIS BAR-B-Q'. Nadine and Rutllla Durden of Pa "Think you can do the flipover told Stubby. "Not Jeff."

,, t : latka. Mis Irene Prescott of ""Gee whiz, I don't know." ',He "Wait a minute Mlstuh Haiti

;r, :'JOS., ; ; E. WILSON : .l ROBERT GREEN Starke and Misses' Eula Mae and swung wide over the net, let'go of kegs," Jeff protested defensively-

*" 4 I n! Etta Fay Dyal. the trapeze and managed a fairly "Ah ain't anxious for no bo
:' Mr.: and Mrs. Willie .Surrencyand respectable somersault before .he Mlstuh O'Shaughnessy 'strue
?, .S.: R. JOHNS&: SONSGREEN'S little daughter, Barbara Jean. fell,-bouncing Into the net. "Did I me to say ah trained the dog.
-, rL y""ti Miss Marlon Bragg and Arthur do it T" he demanded excitedly. Windy watched despairingly
J. W. MORGAN. r GROCERY : Terrell, all of Savannah da., spent "That was okay."' Stubby firmly deposited the dog

I Saturday night here with Mr. and "Oh boy!" Stubby bounced again, the ground. Curiosity was vials

Mrs.,Willis Dyal. joyously. "And that's only the. .sec- on the faces of all the others.
PRIEST FIVE AND TEN CENT STORE SUWANNEE STORE B. M. Newman and J. W. Mc- ond time I tried it." "Thinking it over Mr. Hasting J

r Rae of Ocala, spent the week-end. Angle nodded seriously. "You got Stubby said impassively "shed.

: W. M. EDWARDS STERNBERG'S DRY GOODS STORE here with home folks. I circus blood in you,. boy. Just like she'd be a lot of trouble She' hn
; Mr and Mrs. B.'E. McRae and ,your old man." In people' way and she nigh>

C. A. children of the' State Farm and Stubby stiffened, then hopped worry the animals, or even bJ
s KNIGHT CARRADINE'S-LAWTEY Mrs. Brown also of the State Farm out of the net. "Thank for lettingme somebody. I guess I don't wall

were visitors here Sunday after fool around," he.said aloofly. her after all." ,
KNIGHT; &.KNIGHTATTORNEYS: PLUMMER'S.GROC.ERY' noon. Angle looked: after him, dumbfounded He walked away, but the 11I11
; Mr.. and Mrs. Russell Thomas of as Stubby nodded with dog, having adopted him M br
BRADFORD CLEANERS'& DYERS Rising spent Sunday with Mrs. formality then walked away. master trotted right along "

: W.'C..WO TEN Thoma's parents., Mr. and Mrs.; J. "Hey you Stubby." It was Jeff, away Dog" Stubby quavered.th
-- -
; H: Starling. calling' to him.""Been lookln all took to his heels as If pursued
; A. & P. STORE MDSE Elder and Mrs. W E. Hall of all hel
R. THEDE GEN. ovah foh you., What do you thinkof Now with one move
,. ., Green Cove Springs were,visiting this?" turned and stared at WindY.

( CANOVA'S PHARMACY G. W. ROBERTS friends here Thursday.. He held up a small dog that was 'Inga too,. looked at him with i Dr
We have'Sunday School Sun-
on happily threatening to wag Its tail comprehension.And .
day afternoon also prayer meeting off at a moment' notice. utterly crushed by thlJ III

RACHELS DRY GOODS STOREJACOB'S TOMMY. BECK Sunday night. Everyone Is Invited. "Gee he'*. Marvelous," Stubby rebuff Windy turned and al\
The Educational Class under the within i blllL
"" breathed.. away, his head dead
DRY GOODS. STORE PLUMMER & PHILLIPS direction of Miss Hope Haynes enjoyed "He's a her." (Stubby has refused his fli

a marshmallow ,roast here. "She' swelHWho doe she belong .. I. be never to re lent agist.
;r ,J. W. ANDREWS, JR., .- Thursday night. to?". he return to bill aunt fleet.tIri
H. V SAXONC.L.MAY Quite a number in this and other Jeff grinned fro mear to ear. be Windy next move? or 5111

COMPLIMENTS OF THE MAYOR. sections enjoyed the pound supperat "You/' stop trying f Don't fail tIS
the home of Miss Verna Phillips, "Oh !" boy Stubby was nearly tomorrow amur l
; MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE ** Thursday. night.. beside himself with choking excite- next week's amaiJngMr. In"tallmf .
r STUMP'S STORE BROOKER and Mrs 1. R. Gainey.
t. COMPLIMENTS, MORRIS JACKSON Crosby C. C: Melvin, and :A.1'B. Sowella of La
I bile. Vera Galney, CorrespondentHallowe'en Mia Cleon II<
Surrency.B. of
$ ,,' J. B. CARLISLE spent Monday here as guest
SHELL-J. F. and Vasco Hazes motoredto Parker.
Party sister, Mrs. L.' L.
The Brooker P. T. A. Gainesville Monday I afternoon. 5bo al
DURDEN'S 'ALEXANDER & COMPANY sponsored I from here
CAFE those
1 a Hallowe'en program at the Mr. and Mrs. Joe Deloach of La. tended the circus in GalliVI
Brooker school building, Cross and MLa Eliza Duke of TbomaJ
ABE BESSENT'S POOL ROOM O. K. BARBER SHOP night October 31.. A large Thursday crowd Dukes station spent Saturday last week Mrs.were.Lucian Mrs 0 a

I attended and all reported a.nice night here a*' the guests of Mr. Markey HazeD Everett

''az. J.QHN.'H. DENMARKTIP TOP GROCERY: I time. The proceed from this pre and Mrs. H. P, Gainey. Mrs.McKlnney.Emery and J.Junior Brown

t. I Athletic fund of the school I Homer.P. and E. A. Gatney mo- Mis Irene Yarbrough or IW
1 gram are to be'used toward theAmong tored to Gainesville Monday aft ford. pent Thursday night bert

'I those from here who ernoon. Vera Qala y.
This Space Sold By The B. H. S. Classes in Salesmanship and Economics were transacting buslne la Starke lira A. B. Crosby and childrenof guest of Miss __

{ Monday were H.P. 0&lae7..J. R., raccoon
c. Jacksonville, spent the weekend The bear, and
J. M.. O. J., and Louie Mott. H. B. here a* gueata of her parent,. down, tree backwardslr. .

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Bradford County High School Journal

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I I EDITORIALS Program Given Interesting Notes HONOR ROLL Boys Ball Team School Extends she"Does turned It pay to to the keep farmer's such a small wife.

----- 'Friday Mornin SECOND-AlONTII Gets Under Way Invitation To Its cow aa that?" 1

I Best Interest 01BBVDFORD The second grade had no abseti FIRST GRADED -Harold Rafuse, -- Patrons, Parents One time a girl went to a spirit-
t De'otro to the High School Chapel was held t.he tees for a whole week. Johnnie Sa tiler,.Evelyn Griff, The Boys basketball team Is getting ual medium to have her fortune

tl WIGII SCHOOL first period last Friday. Colon Thomas, Mavis Thomas, under way with a good start Schedule for American Educa told. While she waited she became -

l The devotional part of the program < The sixth grade elected officer Franklin ,Young:, David Gunter, Couch C. M. Howard announced tion Week, November 11.1!. frightened. Very suddenly '

" Students, Patrons, and Alumna. included the song, "Onwai as follows: Velma Conner, Louise Edwards, that twenty-five applicants had Monday, Nov. 11, The School the medium came Into the room

--- Christian Soldiers," the Lord. President-Carrie Belle Bennetl Avory Slade, Margie Kersey Jean registered; but more are wanted. and the citizen and said in a low weird voice, "I'm

= STAFF Prayer and_the Flag Salute. Vice Prcs.-Jacqueline Andrews Mann, Lillian Thomas, Jim Frank To raise funds for equipment,, Tuesday, Nov. 12, The School happy. I'm happy." Then unexpectedly -

r EDITORIAL A. W. Andre Then everyone sang, "A Merry Treasurer-Shirley Morgan. Jordan Willie Oneal, Mildred Ed the team Is selling sandwiches aul lI and the State.Wednesday she struck him and exclaimed -

lItor-ln-Chlef--- son,\ Jr, Life," under Mrs. Wall's dlrectloi Secretary. And Reporter-Dorothy wards, Beatrice Howard, Doris I candy. They are also getting the Nov 13, The School "My mother always told

Whit This Is a new song ,and is very Green. Griffin, Edna Shaw, Jacqueline proceeds from the automatic pen and the Nation. me to strike a happy medium..LONDON 4t..

t SoCiety EdltorDorothy Marjorie :MarwicV pretty. What! No boys elected? Young; Mary Mercereau, Daisy cil machine Also each member o( Thursday, Nov. 14, The School Y

;Literary Editor, Walters) The ninth A grade then took Nettles, Jimmie 'Godwin, Ruby; the team is assessed twenty cents. and the Social Change
p Joke EdltorJlugh The fifth has These revenue measures are expected Friday. Nov 15, The School nnd
grade been collectIng
_....Alice Royeatei charge of the program and presented Green, Lucille Alvarez, Joyce
)ditorlal butterflies this week. B. C. Holtttmdorf Maurice to raise about seventy-five Country Life.Saturday 4
____Marie Thede first a piano solo, "Tti Moore ,
Nov. 16, The
Feature Editor ___._____ Melody of Love," by Clara Flunv Edwards, Edna Yates Shirley dollars.The ,
Elementary' The first A had ir of the team is Si and Recreation
Eunice Williams Next was a poem, "A Kentuck grade a party Judd William Andrews Mary Wei captain
t ----- ----- their room last week. the alternate captain Sunday, Nov 17, Education anti
Watermelon. by Irene Yarbrougt, They played don. Barney McRae, Lois Thomas,, moon Phillips
t and had refreshments. Lorlne ,, Is Olen Bedenbaugh and the the Good Life.
A very Interesting skit, "Th games Annie Mae Ruts, McKinney
" l\1, -MAKlNG First Day of School" was pr Annie Mae Grlffls. Carrie Bell,, justness manager Is Raymond This week we are observing American :'

s i sented. The teacher In the play The fifth grade elected Doric Mabel Boll Nellie Mae Allredge,, Plummer. Education Week. We ex IT!

. We are all blind, until we see was Loree Phillips. The pupil) Prevatt and Thelma Manning Emma Allen Paul Tyler, William The team plans to play twenty tend an Invitation to all parents next PARIS, RIO ,
; That in the human plan, .. were Vernon Silcox, Remmer Phil sponsors for this week. Parker, Geraldine Nettles, Wllllard. games in addition to the tourna to visit the beginning '
The various topics mentioned before!
is! worth the making If Gunter Leon Ellfngton. Tuesday. as never
Nothing lips, John A Torode; Clara Flum, .ment. discussed in li
\ make the man. The ninth A elected oft above shall be
it doesn't Lorraine Hartman, Doshia Smith grade The senior 'girls are lending a We -

''I Selected. and Inman Green The play wa cers. They are as follows: President SECOND GRAPE Jim m I e big helping hand by furnishing the the expect home to rooms profit each greatly morning.by the : r

How many of us know or have one good long, laugh! Clara Flume; vice-president Doshia,, Rradl.y, Coolidge Gassett, Ida sandwiches and candy. Earner :, talks on these subjects. t ( :
Loyree Phillips secretary,
topped to think, that In this man- The' business part of chapel wa. Smith; treasurer. John Torode; re- Ruth Aldridre.pCollett|| Green, tine Andrews and Lillian. Steinberg Some State Governors express { +te
is next. Adell Howard, Mottle Leach, Alvin furnished the sandwiches and Marjorie follows
I plan that there some- their opinion of the schools as PII1LCO
making A. Z. Adkins Jr. .
porter, $ y
the last Friday
watching us., We are not puton The attendance committee wa Crews, Gloria Cooper, Bernice I | Marwlck candy : 6203

one earth Just to enjoy life but to awarded the prizes to the winning; Cooper, Leon Gray, Jr., Gerald Marie Thede, Vonda Inman,, Montana: No function of our

\ help others enjoy It. We shouldlive rooms. Armistice DayProgram Griffis, Effie Griffin, Dorothy Kite I and Grace Andrew. furnished the civil government lies closer to the $59.95

I so that our life will reflect It was announced that sandwiches TodayThe Agnes Lewis, Marlon Manning;, W sandwiches Monday. American heart than our schools. '? Complete with.P1I1LCO a.

, only love, goodness, and helpfulness and candy would be sold 3. McKinney, Evelyn Newsome, The team wishes to express Its Tennessee: Public education In a f

for the benefit of the basketbal special committeehas Donald Norman, A. J. Strickland, appreciation of the help, cooperation democracy plays a most significant All Wave ,

of stopped to think. program Addle Tyler, Bradley Gieger, Marvin and good will given by Mr, part in the life of governmentas Aerial
. Have any us team.A: charge of the Armistice Day wi
; life should be man- Montgomery, Billy Overstreet, Howard, Mr. Gray and the whole well as the liven of individuals
i that our aim rabbit was given to Fero program today. NEW 1936PHILCO
Dobrow -
what be Wesley Shuler, Joan school. Colorado: We more and more
making? No matter they may are as Jones and her committee for getting We are trying in our program to Fields, Esther Grlffls. Margaret With such spirit the team can'loaal I realiia that the Youth of this c
I our accomplishments hasn'tteen : up and presenting the best promote world peace and brotherhood Montl.>th, Wanda Pearce, Ida I monwealth Is our moat valuable as 4

. nothing if our character home room exercise In.the seventl as we all know war is one of Lee Silcox, Mary Alice Yarbrough .. set and our greatest responsibility, .

strengthened. grade.It the most drastic horrors bf a coun -- Iowa: Our schools must have a r n Itkl

. .Benjamin Franklin once' said was announced that school try. A war not only robs the THIRD GRADE Betty McRae Chapel Program continuing sympathetic support if This htghly i.Z.oUv. BattyOrandbringsyouabrandn.w '

The rotten apple spoils Its companions would take In at 8:40: a. m. here country of millions and milllions of Eva Todd, Dorothy Williams, Bobby Given Thursday their Influence Is to survive >> "::"
." In the great scheme of but also robs the world to I Power
9fter instead of 8.23: a. m. dollars it coun- Mack' radio enjoy
Carl lrumpler,
\ things there la a task for us'that. Chapel was then dismissed, try of its best all round citizens Biggs Harrell Berta Lee last JOkES"I'm that makes London and Paris f,1
Fu tch. Bryan Elementary Chapel was held local sttlona .
can't be filled by anotheV.; The strongest, the bravest, the as familiar as you
'_By A. R. most Intelligent citizens are lost George. Oleeta Greon, Barbara Thursday the third period. The sorry to say It, Henry," .Tone that gives new }. yr

Courtesy In that awful business of war-fare. Keen, Roberta Whitfleld. program was begun with a. song"America" ,, said the, teacher,' "But your' composition d.light to Am.rioan Walnut broad. 4 4casts.
WHO IS IT? -- We, in our program, want to -- and was followed by on the depression la very cabinet.' An amulng value t I
Courtesy Is politeness combined GRADE Donald the Flag Salute and the Lord'sPrayer "The statements are not
My first Is in tall present In every way possible the FOURTH poor. ,
\ But not In short with kindness. To be courteous evils of war, the cost of war, and Bagwell, Ethel Mae Coleman, Joe based on the facts. the style III'' EASY TERMS tl'I

My second Is in prison one must think of others before the Illusions of war. English. Elowlce Bullock, Jcnle The custom of having announcements very crude and even the grammar

As well as In court himself. He must learn to think Mae Slade, Muriel Smith' Loca at the last of the programwas Is bad." *

My third is In run straight, so he will not say things: each This room Is being In high accomplished school contrIb-by Belle Sumner Lois Glover, Keeffee broken and the announce "Dad'll be mad when I tell him HARTFURNITURE I H't !

But not In walk. that might hurt someone's feel- number on world or Pitts. Olin White, 'Jr., Mary Jo ments came second. The Hallow what you said," replied Henry.
I uting a peace Davis, Willie at the Club House was "But tell him will
My fourth Is hi sing Ings. other similar subject.We Caldwell, Marjorie e'en party you can you
some c
And not In talk True courtesy begins at home Mae Key, Ruth Powell Mantles announced, also the students were do better next time," responded CO. ,
mistake of hope at the end of the program ,. Kathleen Stockwell, Alberta told that paper' pick-up campaign teacher. i are
My whole is the name of a popular Many people make the Blade, a the
high school teacher. thinking that It is not necessary to each student In the hearing Woodard, Fay Yarbrough. > was being started and that "Do better!!I"" the boy exclaimed,

(Answer elsewhere on this page) be courteous at home. But it It of It, will resolve to be more loyal text Friday an Armistice Day "WhY, It was Dad who wrote the FINE'YMothers

-BY J. H. B. necessary If you wish to be really and patriotic and more peace lovIng program would be held. whole composition and that's the I FEEL
GRADE Joe Andrews,
than he has In the past. "
courteous. If you practice being The next feature was a song,, best he can do. ,
Jr Sara Barefoot Nina Bishop,
will In ,
also that they try every way
LIMERICKWe rude to those at home it will become Mother Takes Her Rolling Pin"by "
possible to promote, "World Peace Gloria Buford, Ida Lulu Davis, Violet A girl from the.city was visitingon
have a'device, we give It 1U such a habit that it will be the second grade students, then
and Brotherhood." Johnson, Dorothy Lee Johns; the farm, and was watching read this
due difficult to be courteous at other Snow"** Julia Prances Jimmy Grlffls of the third grade ':
Barbara weeka-old
with great Interest a slx-
That will throw a voice a mile, it places.At ClarlceThoma.\ recited an Interesting reading
: Alnertlne -
calf that was nibbling the grass on
Hold _
Students and .
is true. school the person who U Grlffls' Ath- Maggie Jlggs. '
U.e.l"wlTeJIme; ) ,: .
lack, fel 'I The fourth, grade sang "Hallow.t'ea" -
Now only'we thoughtful'of his teachers and Gov't. MeetingThe mo Grlffls. .:..t;,. ;
A machine compackThat ,ow-studente is the person 'whose -.:... I and Doris. Pranltts' (
will throw the speaker there and whose Gobbllns. '
respected '
opinions are Student Cooperative Government SIXTH GRADPV -Lester! McMil next.: "When 001' SO.
toOriginal. admired. No person Another song ,was .. \JG
( ) -By A. W. A manners are his associates held Its regular weekly lan, R. C.. Bagwell Winton Sumner the Frost Is on, the Pumpkin" by
can be respected by of lession last Thursday morning the Frank Crews,*Alex Blake, Le the fifth grads
also respectful '
unless he Is second period In Mrs. Carpenter'sroom. rue Phlpps, Shirley Morgan Ber In conclusion was 'a very'funny SORESF

Meet The Seniors them. tlce Silcox,' Carrie Belle Bennett, lallowe'en skit by Jimmie Griffin, o ti tiA

-' True courtesy gives to Its possessor The meeting was called to ordery Jean Shuman Enos Hayes Othma xils Newsome, Doris Gaffney, Bu- {

This week you are to meet Miss the qualities most admiredIn >> President Phillips and the Haynes, Jr., Joe Allen Lander, ord McKenney .and EarneatlneNoegal. ""
Marie Thede and :Mr. Louis Dam a person: Truth, loyalty, self- minutes weer read by Secretary John Willis., Darrah Johns. Billie loss "",. CONSTIPATED child b to eatityn

We hope you will forgive us our control: honor, kindness and cheer France Peek and approved. Marwlck, Geraldine Silcox. I Chapel was then dismissed. straightened out It's s pity more 'G
crude attempt at poetry, for aa fulness. Wise, Indeed, Is the per- '- I F... the treatment of sores en feet, mothers don't know the remedy.
The treasurer reported an empty !less or any other part of the body Dr.Porter's the
laxative c.
Is all it Is.I who strives to excell In courtesy GRADE : Lor- A liquid answer
attempt, we fear, lon usual. SEVENTH -Mary Antlneptlo Healing CHI will be
dark of : treasury, as Library Making found "' .. bl.' oil, per mothers. The answer to all your
the times.Bradford
I Marie first saw at all The committee reports were read raine Stockwell. festal uga'M.: ul.bI surgeon of worries over somtip ation A liquid

night on October 29, 1918 whlcsl text. -' Drive For Books the LoulevlUe and. a.b..lIRailroad., can be lllea,",.. The dose can be rZ;

makes her Just seventeen. Marie County Wilson May reported that his EIGHTH GRADE-Billy Jackson has Infection.a twofold Beoond.eotlon U aid Tint hailtns'I It combat This exactly suited to any age or need. .

was'born In Lawtey. *She lives In committee had receivedsome Ralph Rhodes, L. C. Smith is another Is ueually the treatment you want for Just reduce the dose each time until ,
safety The making
library .
to a so,.. the bowels are moving of their own.
isn't Doris Crews,
going Barefoot
but she
Lawtey, Formed December 21, 1858. material from the state. Juanita plea for magazine and book Beeldes _., Dr..Porter's AntUeptloHeallns accord sad need no help .
marry in Lawtey. River Countyto The traffic squad reported that Nette Dowling., Irene Goodge, when all studentsising Oil te rood for. the treatment within
Changed from New In the years ., bolls end r.ehea. Itoh, eta Hundreds This treatment will succeed '
Marie Is pretty and popular, Bradford. 'December 6, 1861 they had whistles. Grace Green, Margaret Pearce, the library were charged a who bays tried everything. elee ,child and tollh any adutt. I ,

smart, and a good sport. Earned for Captain Richard Bradford The pep activities and arrangements Caudle Hazen Emmett Perryman' mall fee for the use of the library for sores. and nothlnr broken his out slen' and them itchingskin the Doctor use liquid laxatives. Hotpt !i; ,
auto killed committee reported that Tommy Ritch, Jean'Davis'Lumends date in My Heel- tall UM the liquid form. If it Is bent ; ,
She's fond of the cinema the first Florida officer It was kept up to relief that Dr. Porter Antleeptlo
Jenelle Hutchings, tbU wond.rful treatment for their Ills i best for bom use fi
Dyal, use.
Ins Oil ba. Try
riding (day and night) and brunettes In the War Between the States, they wanted new yells and that xx>ks and magazines. This yearo for eores on any pert of the body And today there are fully a million
Judd Lowry,
who fell In the.battle on Santa they were getting funds for bas- Mary Jane Margaret fees were charged and subscrlp- ..r for boils or skin Itch and ... how families that will bve DO other kind ,,

She dislikes conceited people and Rosa Island, western Florida;' October ket ball. Melba Prevatt. Ions have run out, no books have Dr. Porter It l>. Antlneptla IB the boose., 'ire' ,

looks. 9, 1851. The attendance committee an- been bought and the library Is facIng mad. by th. maker of ?rov..glas.tlv. i ibeneflcUl The liquid laxative generally used
dry ,NINTH GRADE-Ctara Flume, Bromo> Quinine and I old by all It Isdoctor's
nounced that it had collected 78c disintegration. Mr. Gray Is givIng + fa Dr. CaUweU's Syrup Pepsi i9 t
Marie's two bad habits are giggling The County seat is STARKE. Geraldine Tlllman.: russjete at *Ao with euaran. ,
for the Mellle Silcox, aot1oDr prescription, now so widely :
and had bought prizes the campaign a good start by to* of u. money bavk. II
Information are: I
and talking too much and Sources of the best records In TENTH GRADE-1.. O. Jones, known thai you csn get It all ready
too loud. Arredondo, Spain's Title to Georgia rooms having Dorothy Rlgdon. "Aria Tinman, offering one honor point for every for use at any drugstore.
Translation. Dickison, J. J., attendance and punctuality ook and one-half of an honor
Futch Doc Wainwright,
Ancll ,
reported that her Points
Katie Fugate olnt for every magazine.
This little poem Is about Louis Confederate; History, Florida. Library committee had collected Glenn Jackson, Patsy Edmondson, earned In. thl'- way-are restricted
Davis popular senior and head of Shea, The Catholic Church in Flor- Carol White Margaret: Hair, -
four cents this month to fifteen., Katie Fugate.. library
the office committee. Peek.ELEVENTH ..
da. Frances Lee
they were putting on a drive for chairman .states that her llbrar-
Little Louis Davis Landmarks.Site .
Sites or
Historical books. lane plan to make a hoifse to house
The cutest boy in schoolHe of the Mission and Presidio The special program committee GRADE Hilda drive. Contributions will be wel-

was born in BradentonIn was near Brooker on the east bankf reported that they were putting I Wyrick Ethel Taylor, Oleta Smith, omed. 4

DeLand he went to school.He Santa Fe Lake. Named Santa on an Armistice Day program to- I Arlie BpOBholti, Katie Fugate. -. "--- .y L
was born on February fifthIn Fe and Indicated on Arredondo'sMap _

the days of old sixteen as the mother mission of several day.The meeting then adjourned un- TWELFTH CHADE-Vonda In eleventh GradeGives

Then moved he to PalatkaAnd in this vicinity. til next Thursday. man, Marjorie Marwlck, Wilson Big PartyThe

then In Starke was seen. Starke. Looted by an invading May Elaine Wynn, Johnnie Ree

He says his one bad habit force of federals under one Col. Cone, Lea Retta 'Jeffords, Lettie iia
class had
Junior a
very gooclallowe'eo
In smiling at the girls Guy V.' Henry, in 1864, In the expedition Home Science McGee, Bill McMillan, Marie r last Thur.dayniche .s'-
And that he cannot stand to Gainesville. Makes Baskets Thede, Dorothy White, Virginia qh
October 31. The party waseldt %i
Little blondes with curls. Alice Royster.CORRECTION.
Louis does not gossip ECONOMY STORE Wiggins. ..,r :. ,at the home of Ruby Dampierand 4. 6 P* !Ili ''n
.. The Home Science Class under nearly all of the:class were etli
Because trouble it begetsBut The Economic class sponsored atallowe'en has been making'
he's Johnny-on-the-spot store In the school Mrs. Carpenter In looking over the report cardsof present.
wicker baskets for the past The first game-and the most
When It comes to the brunettes. building last Wednesday and pretty last month we found that Ancll
xcltlng-was a hunt,
week. .scavenger
for the benefit of the Economic ; Futch was on the honor roll and ?
Thursday Each pupil made one or two baskets Ruby won the prize-a bag of
THOUGHTS FOR THE WEEK class and for practice.' I was not mentioned. We feel that
about 19 cents. Some candy.:,
for only
1- Example Is better than precept Martlle he deserves mention for his workof iQ
The store manager was made fruit trays or sandwich trays month. Also Virginia Many games were played. They
Hemingway The and some made coasters. were "Numbers "A Trip to
roll last
2. People who do not keep their manager, N. T. Ritchf Advertising Marjorie :Marwlck assisted with Fugate was on the honor host Land," "Cross Questions and

promises are sure to suffer Manager Virginia Alvarez; the basket making course. month but was omitted through Crooked Answers," and "Wink.em. '. 2' 't

for It sooner or later, and Office :Manager, Madeline The Home Science pupils were mistake.. .. ."

3. Headstrong people suffer for Crews; and they had many more very Interested and their interest Refreshments of cake and !ire

their ill-advised deeds. assistants of the class. Is spreading. Prizes Are GivenIn cream were serwd.

4. Wr should not envy rich people The store sold Halloween supplies -- i-. Chapel Friday Everyone bad a good time and

because they often have and home made candy. They: looks forward to the next one. r

much more car and trouble received f 2.42 of which $1.01 was .SocietySeniors Y {
attended the Flor- The Attendance and Punctuality
than the : net profit. i
poor Jokes
This the Economic students Ida-Georgia game, Saturday In Committee prevented prizes to the !
BWe to gave
should pretend
never of practice as a sales- Jacksonville were: Lillian Stem two rooms In high school baring '
be what we are not. We get plenty, berg, Vonda Inman and John Godwin the highest averageto Attendance Jack-Doe* flannels own his I''

nothing from such pretensebut man. and punctuality last Friday In house or does he rent it TTonl

sccra. visitor to -He rents It. d
was a
Simeon Phillips chapel.
have at last received Jacksonville and Gainesville? Saturday Mrs. Beasleys "eleventh grade Jack-How do you know?
seniors *
NEXT WEEK are they proud of I won first prize, a beautiful fram- Tonl-He scratches matches on worn here by two modern maids are ninety odd years r ,
Day.Monday. =No school--Armistice their them?rings.Ill say! Practically all; Ree Thede spent Sunday In ed picture, with aa average of I 91 the walls. old-thin with much washing and wearing-yet every stitch still 3

Tuesday Basketball practice the rings have been received and Ocala. per cent. Mr. Howard's ninth perfect."And what's odd about that?"asks the girl whose greatgrsAdmothcr ;o ,'
take the
theirs in Eunice Williams was visiting In grade won second prize, a pretty T.acher-Now, Tommy,
begins the others expect to get made those stitche "We've always known la our ?
Australia.Tommy I
future. Lake Butler Sunday. vase, with an average cf 90 per globe and point out '
Thursday-Elementary Chapel. the near Mattie Cowart ,was visiting InJasper cent. ( does so) family that no thread win stand up under yanks and putts and"
Friday-One one-half ,_ day ofachoolbecauee'of'the '. Te.cber-Now. Calvin, who discovered '
Bradford TIES WEEK'S MOTTOSUCCESS over the week-end. wear and tear' like J. fc P. Coats best tf-cord.. Y
Count : COMES IN "CANS" Dot Sapp was visiting at Long ANSWER: TO WHO IS ITT' Australia T
YreacAeraAasoclatlea Mrs Long. Calvin-Tommy did.
Bridge :
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Mrs. S. R. Johns Jr., Miss, Manassa ComplimentsRecent Hallowe'en PartyAt U. D. C. Has ColsonSheppardFriends -

Honoree At Shower Bride Club House, Large Attendance of Miss

F Given By Misses Haynes Was SuccessOne Mrs W. Li. Wall Mrs. S., B. of Jacksonville, Mildred C0180!,
Miss Mlna Manassa was hostess ,
octet Brownlee, Mrs J. M. Brownlee,and will be happy to -o S14rk,
{ Misses Sara Hope and Georgia to four. tables of bridge last Friday of the most interesting Hal- Mrs. J. E. Wilson were hostesses gagement and hear of her l'I1
afternoon at her home on Walnut -
lowe'en ever held at the approaching
Haynes were- joint hostesses Mon Wednesday afternoon to the W. T. riage to Robert 11\81.
Street. The 'occasion In ShepPard
Woman's Club house took place
of ,
., day afternoon to a kitchen shower her'sisterInlaw Weeks Chapter, United Daughters lanta. Ga. Mrs. W, AI
r Iv honor of Mrs. w.
, last Thursday evening at 8 o'clock Colao
of the Confederacy, at the> homeof mother of the !!
' given in honor of Mrs. B. R. Johns, George Manama." ''formerly Mia/ brlde-elect
,, Miss IIilda Durden Woman's Club To with a large number of both adults Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall. Chry- charge of'the Starke wy I"
Jr. October bride Elizabeth of Atlanta, Hotel
the Woman's'club
at Woolfprd! and children enjoying the affair. santhemums and wild flowers, their during\
stay here.
u Honors Recent Bride Meet WednesdayOn Ga. sage was an eventof The
building from 3:30: o'clock to September This party was sponsored by the tastefully arranged, added to the take place in wedding WIll
1// Miss Hilda Durden delightfully Wednesday afternoon, November 5:30: o'clock. ", Health Department of the Wom- charm of the large living room to be announced Jacksonville later. the del",
1 In the The rooms ot'Miss: Manassa' an's Club, and much of the success where the seated.
. entertained in her home last Thurs- 13, the Woman's Club'of spacious reception room guests were
day afternoon with a bunco partyIn Starke will hold Its second meet- the guests were received by the lovely home where the guests; of the party was due to Mrs. J. The president, Mrs. L. O owell, Ladies Auxiliary To --
honor of Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr., ing of the year. hostesses and Mrs. Johns. The sun gathered were opened en suite and E. Wilson, chairman of the department presided and waa assisted by the Meet
: I were beautifully decorated with and Mrs L. D. Vlnlng, The Ladles
bride. of the club house
, a recent This meeting has a very Interesting parlor was very I secretary, Miss Madge Middleton. Auxiliary Of the
, Th rooms of the home where program planned for its atractlvely decorated with bright giant yellow chrysanthemums and who ably assisted her. : Appointing committees for the Presbyterian Church will
the guests assembled were beauti- members. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, yellow cosmos. The guests enjoyed other, bright fall flowers. Some of the outstanding fea- coming year, hearing annual reports Tuesday' evening, November 12
fully decorated with fall flowers In Sr., Chairman of the Civics Department four tables of bunco there dur- At the end of the progressions : tures of the party which caused from officers and various 7:30: o'clock at the Manse With 8t
bright colors, as well an a Hallow- has the program In ing the afternoon. A tier of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, holder of high much entertainment for everyone other business was transacted, but :I Mrs. O. H. Lowry as hOlttllll,
i e'en motif which was used for the charge. The main speaker of the shelves, representing shelves in a score, was awarded a set of china was the fortune tellers booth, with the outstanding feature of the Mra. K. G. Duncan will"
t'' tallies and favors., afternoon will be the Hon. W. B. grocery store, were filled with ash trays, and Mrs. D. A. Mon- Arthur Williams, aa an Oriental meeting was a report of the an- charge'of the program on be to,
; Miss Lillian Sternberg, holder of Bishop, past speaker of the Houseof many lovely and useful gifts fora tleth, holder of second high, received palmist, the fish pond and numer- nual convention at Daytona Beach, ern Mountaineers." A ]
a high score in bunco, received a Representatives, from Montlcel- bride's kitchen. The shelves were a deck of card Mrs. Manassa ous games which were enjoyed by given by Mrs George W. Roberts Praise Service will also be special
. powder puff set and Mrs. Johns, lo. uncovered by the hostesses and the the honoree, was presented a the children. Especially of interest who was the delegate from the and a Thanksgiving Offering take''
:, the honoree, was presented a dain- The club members will be favored gifts most graciously presented to beautiful linen luncheon set by the and most suitable to the occasion local Chapter. It wall announcedthat for missions.
ty gift by the hostess as a memento with several entertaining musi- the honoree. Miss Rosalind Jacobs hostess as a memento of the occa- was a reading given by Miss Dor- the December meeting will be ---

of the occasion cal numbers as follows: holder of high score In bunco, sion.Those othy White, the title being, "Why held at the home of Mr. and Mrs Mitchell, Mrs. O. L.
Miss Durden served delicious was awarded a lovely box of bath invited to enjoy this de- We Have Hallowe'en." L. A. Davis Effie Miner Haynes, Mrs
A Vocal Trio, consisting of Mrs powder. Mrs. George Manassa, a lightful affair with the lovely After the grand march the During: the social period the hostesses Mrs. Hal Edwards W. E Torodt,

R. J. Davis. Mrs. D. E. Knight, 'I recent bride was also presented a young matron*were served a delicious judges selected as the best impersonators assisted by Mrs. H. C. Wall, Beasley, Mrs G. W., Mrs 0 L
and Mra. E. K. Perryman, Roberts,
the hostesses lira,
dainty gift by hostess the following:
salad course by the served a temptlnachicken salad L A. Davis. Mrs.
"Buona Notte" (Ethelbert F. H.
sing Long
RITZ THEATRE Misses Haynes were assisted In The players were: Mrs. H. C. Adults: course, the favors on each plate I* G. Powell Mrs. Mrs
Nevin), with Mrs. L. A. Conova as Z
accompanist.Piano caring for their guests by Miss Ritch, Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs A. Z. Arthur Williams-Ladies cos- being a boutonniere of pink, chry i Mra. II. C. Wall Mrs. E. L.Adkins,
STAKKB Lula Redgrave and Mrs.' O. L. Adklns, Mrs. L. D. Vining, Mrs. O. tume. santhemums. Mrs D. A. Montleth Biggs,,
Solo-Sextette-- Andante Haynes, mother of the hostesses, L. Beasley, Mrs. H. M. Richard, Alma Sllcox-man's costume. I Besides the four hostesses: there 'win of, the State Farm Jim God
PROGRAMBEGINNING -Finale from "Lucia De Lammer- who served a delicious salad course Mrs. T. F. Landrum, Mrs. D. A. Children: '.were present: Mra. S. L. Hamrick, Madge Middleton, Misers
moor (Theodore LaschetlzkyMr' ),- with iced tea. Very attractivewere Montleth, Mrs. C.,- A. Knight, Betty Ann Flynn-girl's Japa- Mrs L. A Rennolds, Mra. :J. M. Amelia Ray., and
FRIDAY !'. K. O. Duncan. the favors, which were miniature Misses Hazel Adkins, Madge Mid- nese costume.

FRIDAY, NOV. 8TII. Hostesses: Mesdames W. A. Bes- glass cups and saucers filled' dleton, Rosalind Jacobs, Hazel Mid- Hazel Fields-boy'a costume.
sent, Jr., L. D. Vining, T T. Long, with mints. dleton, and Andre Mae Pearce. Those receiving honorable mention -

"Parw In Spring" D. P. Carpenter, O. A. Anderson, Those enjoying the affair with were: ION BRAND ,WHITE HOI"SE
' Tulllo Carmlnatl A, :J. Thomas, F. F. Stump W. A. Mrs. Johns were Misses Rosalind Notice to W. O. W. Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng-witch. Delicloua Rich UnsweetenedEvaporated

Mary Ellis Seem T., J. Griffin. Jacobs/ Essie Coleman, Hilda Dur- Camp No. 138 Mrs. W. A. Bessent, Jr.-gypay.
den, Annie Mae Pearce, Beverly Mrs. A. F. Sauls-Chinese. D
SATURDAY NOV. 9TIL Notice Cady, Lillian Sternberg, Kitty Members of the W. O. W. Camp Othma Haynes-the old-woman-

"HARD ROCKHARRIGAN" Hogsed, Hazel Middleton, Mlna No. 138 are cordially invited to In-the-shoe. COCOA MILK
The Fortnightly Music Club will Manassa, Dorothy Sapp, Louise attend the Armistice Day pro- Shirley Montgomerywitch.The .
\, have a called meeting at 10 o'clock, Snyder, Mrs. H. M. Richard, Mrs. gram, presented by the Woodman Health Department of the

\ George O'Brien on Tuesday morning, November George Manassa, Mrs. Clifton Circle, Starke Grove No. 278, on Woman's Club wishes to thank i-ib can 2-lb can ItTAUtsN0 sue 3 tall c'ns 17c
; Irene Ilervey 12, at the Woman's Club. All who Brown, Mrs. Maurice Edwards, Tuesday evening, November 12, at everyone for their splendid cooperation -
were members last year and others Mrs. R. G. Kldd and Mrs. H. A. 8 o'clock, In the W. O. W. Hall. in making this party a sue- lOc 17c MEREEC0N0MYROiES 3 small
I 8UN.-MON.. Nov. 10-11 who are Interested are urged to be I Durden. Mrs. Mae Green, Guardian, cess. These parties are annual affairs 9c
\ present Mrs. Lula Hutto, Secretary. and may the one next year
"Call Of The Wild" : Tea guests were Mrs. :J. H.
even proceeds were
Rltch, mother of the honoree, Mrs
"; Clarke Oablfl-Loretta Young Woodman Circle Notice S. R. Johns, Sr., and Mrs. F. H, Juvenile Music Club bout twenty dollars.
1 NEWS Jack* Oahle COMEDY Long. Met Wednesday. LARD 2 Lbs. (Bulk) 25c
The regular meeting ofthe -V- Baptist W. M. U. Circles
Woodman Circle will be held next The Juvenile:..Music Club had Its _
TUES.-UKD. Hallowe'en Met
Nov. mh-lStb. Party I MondayThe
Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clock at regular monthly meeting Wednes-
"GOOSE AND the Hall. All,members are urgedto Mrs. N. T. Green entertained at day afternoon, November 6, at the Circles of the Baptist ROCK GROUND

a be present and make this a successful her home last Wednesday evening :Woman's Club House. The President -I[ Church held their regular monthly MEAL 10 Lbs. 21c
evening with the W. O. W. with a Hallowe'en party in honor Sara Barefoot, was In chargeof social meeting Monday afternoon. '

Francis Mrs. Lula Hutto, Sec. of her daughter, Oleeta.A the meeting. Circle Number One was enter-
George Brent welner and marshmallowroast Other officers who were electedat tained at the home of the leader WINNER ROCK GROUND
sandwiches and Iced tea to those was enjoyed by the young the last meeting were as follows Mra. J. M. Brownlee. The rooms

THCRS.-FRI., Nov..14-15 Invited'with Mi's. Johns who were! : guests during the evening. Hal- : of her home where the circle mem- GRITS 10 Lbs 25c
"Welcome Home"James Misses Lillian Sternberg, Hope lowe'en. games and tricks were Ida Lulu Davis-Vice-President. bers gathered were beautifully dec

Dun.-Arllne Haynes, Kitty Hogsed Lula Red- played, and the children were de- dance Thomas-Secretary. orated. A color scheme of green -
Judge grave, Elizabeth Hollingsworth, lightfully amused by Mrs. H. C. Dorothy Lee JohnsTreasurer.Patsy and white being carried out with FANCY BLUE ROSE WHOLE GRAINRICE

CASH NITE EVERY WED Georgia Haynes, Mrs. H. M. Wimberly, 'mother of the hostess, Keen-Reporter., baskets and wall varies of white
NESDAY. Those attending Richard, Mrs Clifton Brown, Mrs. 'who was dressed in a witch's costume After the opening and business flowers and roses. There were fifteen 5 Lbs. 23c
how Tuesday are eligible for Maurice Edwards, Mr. Glenn session of the meeting were com- members present besides the

prise by leaving their name Wood, of Gainesville, Mrs H. A. There were about ten of little pleted the following program'waapresented W. M. U. president, Mrs A. 1L
with cashier Tuesday. Durden, Mra. S. R. Johns, Sr., Mrs Oleeta's friends invited to enjoy by the program chairman Darby, Mrs. C. B. Price, Mrs S. E. tT. S. N. 1 FANCY MAINE GREEN MOUNTAIN

Carl Johns, and Mrs. J. H. Rltch. the affair with her.1.II"lrln ,Virginia A {dreson; Brownlee;and Mrs. H.. D. Hemingway IRISH POTATOES 10 Lbs. 17c
: :,Piano solo-lira: Barefoot. .

'4 Ism III ApII I pI I I pI Ip pI ? p \I l! l Il 1 Song-Johil..tfiJaw:; I The-'devotional' eras led by Mrs. ,
1 I il s lj rui r im.llus ;; FANCY YORK IMPERIAL,COOKING'

ALEXANDER & CO. ::::= &- CO. r "TPoem songs.Group, -Vlrgmla singing.-Anderson.of -'Christmas* I J'followed An Brownlee Interesting with assisted reports business by from Mrs.meeting officers Darby. FANCY APPLES DELICIOUS EATING 3 ,Pounds lOc

i W.' M: S. Circle Meetings and painting committees.the Pastorlum_ The committeeon reported APPLES 5 Pounds 25c

I 9 9l j jI ,,Circles of the Woman's Mission that would would begin very FANCY EMPEROR
: ', soon. A splendid personal service
I ary Society of the Methodist
and report was given and Mrs. B. L. GRAPES 2Lbs. 15c
I I Church met Monday afternoon
: l held profitable meetings. As this Biggs invited the circle to meet
It ) k I1 week was designated as a "Weekof with her in December. Two new
L. N 'V I!; AZ' Prayer" for foreign and home members were welcomed Into the IONA BRAND-Plain or SelfRisingFLOUR
1 society, they were Mrs E. M. Fus-
!iI .... missions, the readings and offer-
j I ings were along, the line of mis- sell and Mrs. T. F. Landrum.
d! sionary work. The remainder of the afternoon

/ 5 jj1 Mra. A. Z. Adkins was hostess to was spent In sewing and conversa ,
} i Circle Number One at her home on tion. The hostess served a delicious -
Finest Wheat Flour that Is excellent for general Cue
li refreshment to those Family
"1 .". N. Walnut Street: A profusion of i course
5 Iii red roses lent a charming note of circle members present. 6b.Sk. 12-Ib. 8k. 24-lb. Sk. 48-Ib. Sk.
I'! II color to the rooms where the Circle Numoer Two met at the

bj 1 guests were seated. The circle home of Mrs. J, L. Silcox. Mrs. L. 23c 43c 83c $1.63
leader Miss Olive Ray, conducteda G. Powell the leader, conducted

FOR i' t4' TRIMAND Iii j ,, business, session} after which the devotional. ,The scripture read-
Mrs. J. W. White led in the wor- Ing was taken from the Find .
ship 'service, Tbe, hymn,' "Where Chapter of John. Mrs. G. W. Al- CAKE FLOUR ,
COOL : II II Cross the Crowded Ways of Life," derman led the group In prayer SWANSDOWN 2-lb. pkg. 31c
r = = waa sung with Mrs. E. K. Perry- The regular routine of business
'f 11
DAYS T IiI man as pianist. Taking a part on was conducted and the Secretary'sand
Ii !I the program were,Mra.,A. W. An- 'Treasurer's report given. And JELLO3 Packages 17c

I a N' derson, Mrs. T.. 5..Griffin and Mra. the next meeting, which will beheld

Cleverly fashioned dresses of the i\\ '*. I J. H. Ritch. :.'*', December 2, will meet at the COFFEE Maxwell: House U>. 35o SYRUP Cog Cabin It-ox can 23c

loveliest materials in the darker Tailor-wide suits with smart dou1t'1' The hostess, assisted by her home of Mra. L. Dinkins with
daughter, Miss Hazel Adkins, Mrs O. A. Andreu as co-hostess. Bakers Breakfast Bakers Southern StyloCOCONUT .
shades for 'Fall 'day-time wear. + ble or single, breasted coats and 'it served .a congealed r fruit salad COCOA /-lh. can 12o 10-oz. pkg. I3c

Each one a dream for simple beauty l easy-hanging trousers. Picture I course to the following guests: daughters The hostess served assisted delicious by refresh-her

.. ,. 1.95 yourself in I Mra. ; Rltc Mrs. T. J. ION A. RED RIPE-FULL
-------- -- ------- up t 1 one ____22.50-35.00 f J. H. ments of punch and cake to those PACK

'.nU'; rlnm!''''' nil''1'1'1"1"',' "'1'1111 I' fl,"I I I'III'II"'IIIII"' ,",' I I p11NI,'NIIduI" IilNihlen//,-;; -/,nl, "'"U Ip lll' nnilli'' ',,INIIIWUWI'. ,, ,,,,,,,, ,"lYUll''''''mil' 'ill''llUIIONOIAIIIAIIIIIIIIAIIIIIIImlmllmll''' '''''''''''' ''''''''''''''' ''' '' 'IAlllllllllllllAlllI/IINYlllllllmllllllllll''' '''''''' ''''''' ''' '' "''' ; ,,, 1 Griffin,Mrs. A. W' ,Anderson Mrs attending.-
w'A /NIul'''/ "III fun' '' 1 '" I I '" "' I 'm nl neinllil" 'mIIIIlluulmnunmmmn/NMIIm''''''''''_'_''_' '' ''''''''''''' '' ''/''''_'. '''''' 'lmnunmllnuu"'''''''' ."_""_ ,_""mnmwm, ,,,, ,,,,, ij""IIII"IIIIIII""I"",,,,,,, '_''''''''_''_'''"''_''II' J, W.' White, MA; A. W. Red- Circle, Number Three Mrs.. W. TOMATOES 3 No. 2 Cans 19c |

grave Mrs,, W. G. Halle, Mrs. L. B. Alexander leader, was enter- .
""j'''!!A''IN' ''''''''''''''' ''''''')''' ''''''''''',''' ''til'''''''''' ''' '' ''''''''''''' ''''''IIIII III',' "' '' "' C. Ray. Mrs. Carole Ritch, Mrs. W. -
ININIIAIINIIIIIIYIAMMIIIIIIAlI011Vlllliil,, l IIVIIIItlAl114\ \ lII'1'1I9X11IfillNINIIIIIAIIIIIInAIIII'/ ,,, Nllldlll !J.,,NAl1AAlAINIIIII1lAl1iI10111NIIIIILIInlllll,, '"' '/ ''''' ''''''''"'''' '.II' 'II' '" ''''''''''''"''''''''' ''' "IIUIIIIINLNIIII" 'III' I tained Mra.. Paul E. Canova Jr.
""""mAA"" / "' "" I"'" J ''''' ''''''MINI' i ''' ''''''' '''''\ \\ \ \llllllll\ \\"\\\\)"\\" \'\ \' \l\,\\\,\,, ,,'''' ," "a11,' \\, ',!',""ll,.,,ln" ,lh!' E. Middleton, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman by ANN PAGE
I The house was attractively deco-
'r.1 Misses Olive1 and Amelia Ray.
n rated with.fall flowers. There wasa KETCHUP 14-oz. Bottle 13c
ALEXANDER & CO. ALEXANDER &. CO.i"Mtwffi"i" J : Circle NUmberl, ,Two was entertained large number of members presnt. -
1 ; j. t by Mra. 4'H.. Long' and ; .- STANDARD GARDEN

1 I i 1 J Mrs. A. Wood,WMnut at the home Street of, Mrs.the MTll&f: devotional wall led by PEAS 2 No. 2 Cans 15c
former N.
I s 41It J on the; leader, Mrs. Alexander and the
J ; A. F. Sauls, circle* leader, presided
1-1 ,I rl regular order of business conducted. ARMOURS STAR CORNED '

,1 J .Ij j J over program a short was business opened session.by Mrs The< B. December. It was meeting also decided would,that be held the BEEF HASH 2 No. 2 Cans 29cA.

:d 1 M. Montgomery 'leading in prayer: at, the home of.Mra. P. M. Bare- .A; P. FANCY-TUB or PRINT
and conditions la Korea mission : foot at 2:30: o'clock. After the BUTTER Pound 35c
j J work were discussed by Mrs. W. B. f
business meeting the circle will
.Parks and Mrs. Montgomery. make articles to be sold at Christ- WHOLE MILKCHEESE
A devotional service was impressively -
mas time. 8 21c
led Mrs;Titus who Pound
by ;; Olson
The, hostess served a delicious
H ',closed with an earnest prayer. salad course to those circle members -
The hostesses served ,hot tea, ALASKA COLDSTREAM
I crackers and fruit cake to the following presentNotice .....
b A' guests: )(n. L. A.-'Davis, PINK SALMON Tall Can lOc
Mrs. C. L. Stockwell. Mra. J. F.

: I Colley. Mr. O. W. White, Mrs. TItus -. ''At the last business meeting of
Olson Mra.: W. B. Parks Mrs. GELATIN DESSERT-ChocoLte or Vanilla Pudding
r the local U. D. C. Chapter it was
HOW I it B. M. Montgomery and Mrs. A. F. decided that the'' Chapter waa In 25cEIGHT
I SNAP Saula."I V( .sAt no way responsible for conditionsat SPARKLE GPkgs.

il each circle It was announced Crosby Cemetery. This Is privately -
THEY I THAT that Mrs.,,W. E.Mlddleton., president owned property'' and the -- _
of the and Mrs. B. M.
Society, cemetery owners and those own- O'CLOCK-MlI4.. Mellow Pure Santo
!I ,FIT r BRIM Montgomery, they' pastor' wife, Ing Iota should be responsible for
c would give a Christmas party for cleaning the cemetery.' Starke Is COFFEE Lb. 17c
ris ;I }I the members of tbe, society, and at greatly In need of a new organi-
These all-wool sweaters in a riot of i ; That keen roll to the back the party gUts would be exchanged. sation, namely: a Cemetery. Association ION A DelfclOM SALAD, -__ -

Autumnal colors.' Slip over types f smartly tapered crown You bet & Tuesday afternoon there was-a -

:with novel neck-lines. Twin sets 1 ,J these hats by Penn-Craft are smart prayer service at. the church led : /SSESING QLJar27
by Mrs.-A. Wood,assisted by Mrs. The board :.of' park commission- !
and many other original ideas. See i N t -and they be hadin favorite :
: may your L.. C. Ray, The silver offering era at Nashville,
them __l__..!".,_-,-.__.. 1.45 up i 1 : .. .color. :: .,-.-._...,>",-_____5.00 .' : taken Monday lad.Tuesday will reUef workers torestore Fort engaged Neg- _
......,... ft*spent to help with A. &np.: :. FOOD'STOR' E SI
Ineo.nlnl ' 'I missionary ley: famouaatrongbbld In the WarBetween ,
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rl mnllniiwwrhnm"nl "lml niinlmyl. ,,,ulh, !JINNI,'Iw',, "n.. limn 'u lul11
'"nmmmlll"" '" mlh il'"I """ ... Mil"''' u1''UII u:Taau; i iiag _,ij i inriiit eo; .7 projects at home and 'abroad. the States.
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Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Fellows of
New Brltlan Conn. were the guests NATSEZ Mrs. George H. Lowry, Margaret i Baptist Church News hi Men of appreciation for his faithful
of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. : t Lowry, and Mrs. Lowry's guests, I services rendered. John Pow
and Mrs Alma Bain Lagergren, Mrs Alverna Dean, of St Louis, The choir of the'First Baptist ell was elected to' succeed Mr.

Bits of Wednesday Listen kids who are entered Mo., and Mrs Norman Miller and Church will present a special mu' Klckliter.
-- 1 I you little
daughter, Sandra, of
In steal I program at the evening worship
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns, and I our bicycle contest. There Wyoming, spent Wednesday service Sunday. Mr. John

cal George Johns of Lake Butler, were bicycle are twenty and more If prlzoa besides the In St. Augustine enjoying the Powell, director of the choir, will
J. Nev the guests of Mrs. Johns' parents, sights of the ancient city. be In charge.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green, Sunday you are not at
n -
the top when w, -
CONCERNING,OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND the contest Is Mrs. \ Carlton, of Chattanooga Pastors, Sunday School officers

PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Mrs. A. F. Copeland Jr of West over on Dec. Tenn., is here visiting her and teachers, and those InterestedIn
Palm Beach, Is 21st, you may mother-in-law, Mrs. H. V. Carlton, the work of the Sunday School
spending several
weeks here as the still be eligiblefor and family. Mrs. W. C. Carlton In the New River Association will
guest of her '
one of the and Fred Carlton spent Tuesday InTampa meet at the Baptist Church, Tues-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M Ed- See Ale for Correctly Fitted
wards. other prizes. and St. Petersburg. They day evening at 7:30 for the purpose Glasses,

Brinson of Hugh, was a Mrs. H. H. Young and Mrs. C. A. --- The following; left Thursday for a short visit in of discussing plans for the

dtof'here A. Tuesday. Futch were visiting in Worthington The weekly meeting of the Wo- list gives themIn Miami. formation of an assoclatlonal Sun- S. G. LEWIS
Springs Tuesday afternoon. man's Christian the order day school organisation.J. .
Temperance Un- they will be Mrs. S. C. Carnell spent Wednes- STARKE, FLA.
business vlaltoJacksonville ion will be held with Mrs. Noble -
Futch was a awarded. day In Gainesville where she vis
So 118 W. Walnut St.
f A. get
I Wednesday. Mr and Mrs. Kenneth HarrIngton White on Friday afternoon at 3:00: to work. ited her mother, Mrs. F. A. Scott, F. Klckliter, who has been
.. and Mrs. o'clock. treasurer of the church for several
r.i .-, -- Nat Williams spent who is convalescing from an appendicitis _eo- .
Tuesday visiting In Jacksonville. --- years, resigned because he plan-
D. E. Knight spent operation at the Alachun -
I,and Mrs. SPECIAL Floor 1st Prize $35 Bicycle2nd be from Starke for
lump, 43c ned to away .
in Jacksonville. -- County Hospital there. Mrs.
da'/, visiting down, BOo a "'....k. Denmark Furniture Prize J5 Wrist Watch Scott Is expected to return to her the winter. In accepting the resignation
Madeline Hazen will be the DELCO LIGHT
Company 3rd Prize Watch Fob home here the church passed,a reso-
I col. and Mrs. A. S. Crews spent week-end guest of her parents, Mr. I today (Thursday)
1 rosy visiting in Jacksonville and Mrs. T. C. Hazen of Brooker. Miss Gloria 4th Prize Toilet Set PLANTS
ville, returned of Jackson- 5th Prize Roller Skates SPECIAL Floor harms 45o Mra. Alverna Dean of Greeley, 1100 WATTS
Mrs. W. D. Webb of home Sunday afternoon down, 50o a week. Denmark Fiirnl- Colorado, arrived Tuesday for a BATTERY CHARGING
and Mrs. James 6th Prize
yr A. Lewis spent last after 1visit with her Wagon7th
visitors here Tues- tune Company.Mr. visit here with her son-in-law and
rocker, were Thursday in Gainesville as the grandparents, Mr. and Prize
u Mrs. T. J. Stream Line Train daughter, the Rev. and Mrs. O. H. $149.00Conl
f guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox., Griffin. 8th Prize Cowboy Bull and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and Lowry. also Mrs. Norman Miller United

I IVL Floor lamps 45ci :- 9th Prize Flash Light! family had as their guests for several and daughter Sandra, of Cheyenne y
gpEf Jeanette Mrs
Kincaid D.
spent Carpenter and Mrs.
Denmark Furnfe days recently Mr. Hutto'sbrotherInlaw Wyoming, who are guests of Service
i,too a week. I past week In Tampa with her parents T, T. Long will spend the coming 10th Prize Doll and two sisters. Rev. and Mrs Lowry. Mrs. Dean

Company. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden.Mr. weekend in Eaconton, Ga., as the 11th Prize Red Rider Mr. and Mrs Qultman Gerrlck, of came here from St. Louis, Mo., 625: Ilocnn StreetJACKSONVILLE

of Gainesville, guests of their mother, Mrs. W. T. 12th Prize Scout Klfe Philadelphia, Penn., and Mrs. J. where she enjoyed a visit with her FLA. .
Cot and Mrs. H. C. Ritch Jackson.
visitor here this spent 13th Prize Tea Set W Redford of Camak, Ga. Theywet'e daughter.
a professional Sunday visiting Mrs. Rltch'a father 14th Prize Pencil en route\ to St. Petersburg,
S. H. Demaree, In Gainesville His Vera Manning of the State Pen &: Set their winter home.

.' Farm spent Tuesday and Wednesday 15th Prize Pen Knife, FUNERAL HOMEFull
Mra T. D. Rlckenbacker< is here as the of 18th Prize Durollte Pencil
guest cousins Misses Evelyn and Marjorie
several weeks visiting in line of Caskets &: Undertaker Supplies
ling Mrs. Emma Canova, Mrs. Misses Beatrice and Lillian I'm Prize Compact18th Stump, who are students at the AMBULANCE] HHIIVICK
nton. George B. Flynn and Mrs. R. O. MoKcley. Prize Purse Florida State College for Women, DAY AND NIGHT
Kldd spent Wednesday In Jackson- Tallahassee, will spend this coming
I and Mrs, George Thomas ofala 19th Prize Paint Set 53 PHONE 53
irr. ville. Mrs
D. A. Montieth and Mrs. with
weekend here their parents,
were .visiting here during Morgan Darby left Thursday to attend 20th Prize Diary I: Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. They' "A IIOME-LIKE O. II. BENNETT INSTITUTION", Msr.

t weekend.nr. Mrs Pearl Shuman and daughter a district Auxiliary meetingof 21st Prize Lariat (Lasso Rope) 'will be accompanied home by Miss

Jean, spent the week-end in I ; the Episcopal Church held in Clara Lanford, who will be their .
| and Mrs. Ralph Cox of I
Monticello with Mrs. Shumnn's Crescent City. 5000 extra votnt.wlll" be given week-end here with their parent.,
_!svllle were visiting relatives mother. GRAND OPENING
Friday, Saturday and Monday with
i Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith and INSURANCE-We can save
you Thursday Nov. 7th 8 P. M.
of ladies hand
every purchase a ,
SPECIAL Floor lump, 43u children spent Sunday in St. Aug- 20% and on convenient terms
10, Alderman of Tallahassee, down, SOo a week Denmark Furniture ustine visiting Mr., Smith's sister, hug amounting to $1 or over We Absolutely: sound protection. Wilson HAMPTON BEACH DANCE HALL

t the past week-end here with Company. Miss Mable Smith, who is with n have some beautiful bugs. Realty. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
i Alderman. party of tourists from Illinois.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. ChlUltln 'and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Simmon and PKESF.NTS

|U lies Gladys Henderson is spend- Mr. and Mrs. Smith Denmark The Industrial Geography class STERNBERG'SSlarlce little daughter, Mary Catherine, DUKE BERNARD and His 12 Trubadours
1 several days In Jacksonville' were the guests of Col. and Mrs.
spent Sunday in Live Oak visiting of B. H. S. spent Wednesday in
IIUng friends. friends.Mr. I Gainesville, where they visited sev- D. E. Knight Saturday evening.Mr. REFRESHMENTS! GOOD DANCE FLOOR a'
I I interesting Industries and also FloridaMrs. Simmon Is a State Auditor WONDERFUL MUSIC
I lira. G. W. Alderman and Miss and ,Mrs. H. C. Wall spent the P. K. Yonge Laboratory school. and was located in Starke several CHECK ROOM FREE PARKING SPACE
lie Coleman were visitors to last week-end in Jacksonville months during the past year, while ,
as .
Hal Edwards, Mrs. Effie .
i City Sunday. the guests of Mr,. and Mrs. Eugene Mrs. L. M. DeSha and small auditing the State Farm records.Mr.
-- Griffin. daughter, Marjorie, of Wildwood, Miner, Mrs. O. W,. Roberta and and Mrs. Simmon are now liv
I For experienced painting at rese- spent several days this week hereas Mrs. W. E. Torode, of Lawtey, ing In St. Augustine.
tile prices see K. M. Harrlngi ------ ----- --
Mrs. Hazel Craft returned Sat- the guests of Mrs. DeSha's pa- were here Wednesday afternoon

i, E. 10th St. d urday to her home in Avon Park rents, Mr. and Mrs. W H. Struth. attending a meeting of the localU.

after,a two weeks visit here with D. C. Chapter, at the home of
|ltr.and Mrs. C. M. Imbach spent relatives. Mrs. W. C. Manning and chil- I Mrs. W L. Wall. PURE CANE CANPI
lay in Green Cove Springs vis- dren, Marjorie and Billy, have returned -

ca t C. A. Imbach. Mrs. B. F, Flowers of Ocala, is from a week's visit in GallonC.

here visiting her son-in-law and Jacksonville with Mrs. Mannings' Local people attending the Flor SUGAR II. NASWORTHY Owner and Operator
I Mrs W. E. Middleton and Mrs.opn daughter, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Ca parents, Mr. and Mrs George Hill. ida-Georgia football game In Jack-
i Smith spent Tuesday visit. sonville Saturday were: Mr. and SYR'UP
nova, Jr.Misl 5 Lbs.
[In Jacksonville Col. and Mrs. H. V. Knight had Mrs. H. C. Wall, Cbartes\ Darby, A. FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIAJ4 ,

Brlnson of isspendingseveraj.daya as their recent guests, Mrs.Knight's E. Wall, Jr., E. L. Matthew, Miss
Patsy Hugh
1 Ills Kate Struth spent several ( here ;as the mother, Mrs. Alice Thomas Hazel Middleton, A'|,Manassa, Miss 25 PRICES, NOVEMBER 8th.. & 9th., '4'5'c

11 of this week visiting' rela guest of her sister, .Mrs. Hulda of Wilmington Delaware, and Dorothy Sapp, Mlsa Hop*Haynea, C' ,
I In Jacksonville. Corpening. also her sister, Mrs. E. M. Dobar- Floyd Green and daughter, Caro-
lyn, Eldredge Smith, Johnnie Red- .
ganes, of Jacksonville NAVY DEANS Maxwelillou.
Mks Mina Manassa Percy Griffin Henry Ma-
and Mrs. grave
Miss Lee Is ---
Mary Wynn
lie Manassa were visiting in two weeks In St. Augustine, Mrs. M. C. Stith and children of nassa, Mr. and Mrs., Frank Lan- BEANS TIP TOP MARKET COFFEE
bonvUJe Saturday.'' where she Is taking Nurses' Train Jacksonville will arrive Friday fora drum, Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs,

"n L. J. Green, and Mrs. P. M.wfoot ing Course. Stlth's several parents days,visit Mr. here and Mrs.with H.Mrs.L. Miss Torode Lillian, Dr. Sternberg J. W. Brownlee, Mrs. W., and E. Pound 4ZC FANCY WESTERN ROUND Lb. .. 27c

spent today (Thursday) INSURANCE-We can save you Brownlee. They will be joined Sun- Miss Rosalind Jacob.

tiling In Jacksonville. 20% and on convenient terms. day night by the Rev. M. C. Stith. NORTIIERN

sound Wil- STEAK lb. Igc MILK
Absolutely protection.
tier cOt, Joe Hill ,Williams of Lake son Realty. :Mrs. L. E. Moseley, Mrs.' Kate REALE'STAT'E! BEANS ,
attended the Fall term ofnull Killingsworth, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. ,

court here Tuesday. Mrs; L. A. Jernlgan, Jr., returned Manning spent Tuesday In Jack- Pound ____ SC WESTERN RUMP 3 Tall cans 17c'
to her home In Gainesville Sunday sonville, where they attesded the

after a two weeks visit here funeral of Freeman Williams, a IF YOU WANT TO R OA S T Lb. 16c I Ne. :ZCan

[NT A WORD with relatives. relative of Mr. and Mrs. Manning.Mrs. I BUY, SELL OR RENT MATCHES or ':

H. L. Brownlee recently
Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely,
COLUMN Florence Gill, J. D. Doyle and Miss spent two weeks In DeLand as the 3 Boxes 10c. MEAT STEW Lbe 15c : 62cHOME
Pat Lambe were visiting In Jacksonville guest of her brother-in-law and sister -- (
Thursday. Mr.\, and Mrs. J.' E. Futch. Mrs. WESTERN: RIB 'v
-Cabbage Plants, now Brownlee was accompanied home
"My/ ,Jersey, Charleston, Wake- Mre. Futch, who will spend this STEW- BEER-Lb. ..am' 10c --
returnedto by
Miss Helen Bryce has
*1 and Copenhagen, One Dollar MEAL C O F F E.E
week here.
' thousand D. W. Moore, Box her home In Bryceville a I ... TENDER FLA.
'. Starke. two weeks visit here with Mrs. STEAK CHUCK Lb. 12Vzc
2t Hulda Corpening. 5 Lb. ___ lOc 2' Lbs. 25c

lt1ey>R SALE Wakefield-Woods Cabbage Select plants Early, Mrs. Nat Sternberg returned to 7>(mt WAIT and WEEPHURRY / SILVER: KINO' OUAUANTEKD 6 I 8. 12.1ns. Z".L S

Wer thousand. L. A. Brown, her home here Wednesday after a
nicer, Fla. 11-8-21 several months visit in New York FLOUR24c39c79cFANCY

OR City with relatives. BE HAPPY
RENT-118 acre farm, good -- *
house> and fence N.
'""" surrounding It: Mr. and Guilford, _
to W. D. Webb Brooker Charles Pender, and Joe Edwards, DRIED PRINCE ALBERT

Itp Jr., were visitors to Jacksonvillelast

front It RENT-Upstairs apartment Thursday evening. JAr PRUNES CABBAGTENDER 2'/c 1 TOBACCO

screen .
porch, living room.
worn, kitchen, bath.. Mrs. Mrs. Louise Denmark is spend- IMI ii Lb -- 5c Can lOc
Long. F'I ing several days in St. Augustine, LARGE fIIt1N KIST

where she is the guest of Mr. and FANCY DRIED 8 IJIT'S BORAX
Chad apartment for rent. Mrs. John H. Denmark. LEMONS Doz. 15c
Corpenlng. It ? SO A'P'
:Miss Beatrice Johns and Mrs.P. Aladdin REAL SWEET TENDER

rub.BUY your pecans and pay E. Johns spent Monday in i iKIHOtfMt 1GHT Lb. 12Vzc
Bring RUTABAGAS Lb. 3c 5 Bars
D them to my house. Gainesville as the guests of Mr. : .
WalnwrlgbL ( C0 i Oik)
2tp and Mrs.,, L. A. Jernlgan. N WONDER

lnd It?SALE-House and two acres Mrs. William,Dobrow.Mrs. C. H. Mantle Lamp C 0 C 0 A BANDY

** orange Twenty-one trees and bearing ten pecan Sat- Nasworthy, Mrs. B. Jacobs and r CARROTS 2 Buns. 15c ''B' R 0 0 M S

Meadle spent Wed- 1 oc
Also small grocery business. Mrs. Elizabeth 1 lbs. can YELLOW SKIN
M reasons for selling. Will sell nesday visiting in Jacksonville. c.Here's Each' 20c

jj- L. Johns. Itp 4 APPLE ONIONS 3lbs3 JOe a-
SPECIAL Floor lamps. 48o PORK
aQf1eld cabbage down. 50o a week. Denmark Furniture B UTTER
may' plants now v. S. NO. I-YOnK IMPERIAL
other varieties soon. $1 Company. BEANS

thousand ehh 1 8'000 and 10,000 an_ Qt. Jar 1 5c APPLES 3 L&s. 1 JOe
ape, la Mrs. Albert Keen and children,
ail,. proportion ,A.,. J. r tak..druasp 3C. JOe
U Carolyn Patsy and Barbara, were How 1 f net..err roa* DRIED .

1Opiete R SALE___-cejjjjjj j pump, Mrs.recent E.'gusset Madison of Mr hi"Jacksonville.Mr. Keen's sister. ...mad! ai r.. ta..utr er.cta.np.w to com.s.d la APPLES LARD =:: Lb 121 Toothpicks

with belt. Also 800- k..f tbl. ..... rd wh.. faces .,Jr. Pkg.
lapaclty incubator. ...Nta...a..eoa..e r nslew urea RIBBON Sc
Canova' See me and Mrs. W. H. Hart will srase sYee..tlhl... M.d 3 Pkgs. 25c 2 _
Pharmacy. E. ,R, week-end In Bax-
spend the coming tsar. I..e N vase..p Sliced or Curled
'It ley Ga.. as the guests of Mr.Hart.s .-e.f malf(3.M. YM mnt RICH WISCONSIN
Jo! ;: Ml |M for mrf pnof rary
Mrs. M. A. Hart.
Eecause of a large sups .d h .ea.. f..rn ibM.>Ml mum ftthto l,,,,,,,,.... PIN PPLE
our w. .. .McW HmltMl tioMto CHEESE
OWn meat we will be Q. | 1 rlAj : :
to cure Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely'speDt sr wqiMlaf man pw l* ail the lice that i* > any meat for out- the ?Qe M lnd. trtt* r art taltov* tar ..a ran /SMfRg ,3 Lb. No 2'/ can 20c
pure last week-end In Lake City as Lb. 23c ,
L P'pman after November 1. guest of her brother and sisterinlaw .. ..iiirnin- n. will ttwmrm M t**
1.Florida. Superintendent State Farm.1r.PNS ,Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Balsden. m&IF JtSliflMyNorw COUNTRY ROLL dild,.,'. b Itll . f CAN FINEST! TABLE I

Mr. and :Mrs.. E..., tt,Mat thews, UURAL DfTAILS OUR OF HERE THIS I BUTTER mm5 59 PEACHES

Genuine' Improved Dr. H. B. McLendon: Mra. Hulda c

prat1 lUIcJ Missionary: Strawberper Corpenlng, .and E. -Matthews. Lb. 33c / SAKIN* No 2l/2 can 15c ,
thousand fob were visiting lire. H.S. McLen- BRADFORD) HARDWARE COMPANY -- \

'. Thurmoad. Yarn don and small daughter, Jeanette, I .
.Ala. la_JacksonvilleSunday. STARKE, FLORIDA ..:}



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BRUCE RECOMMENDS .- faithfully In the Mission services,. ,
PRACTICES TO CURB --pq- was called away recently to Pennsylvania -

SCREW WORM LOSSES but will soon be returning

and some special music Is promised. -

I FARMERS SECTION properly-timed GAINESVILLE-By animal careful husbandry and : LIVE STATE NEWSNews .

practices, Florida farmers can do Redland District Improvement .
much this winter of Florida In Short Paragraphs Association at Homestead plans Ot, s.. "'Ph
Conducted by Demonstration I Agents to prevent serious l1e..o\ .......t
outbreaks of screw worm infestations building: a community house Ncw I. q.nllf'1' t..

next spring and summer t Selp p... ph...
says W. Q. Bruce, U. S. Bureau KinilTII jriUfltl. CIH- elve. .........11....
_LI of Entomology and Plant -. -- -- stir OK .....OHID". I'M ANt) ml la...........
FOil BH"I POIU) COVNTVl Iff _ Pregr....

RURAL I Hints To Housewives the federal-state campaign against WAUCHTJLA- .uWith a single APALACHICOLA Dry sunshiny COMPANY NAVAL STORES
the in this state.
.I pest ehot, Hunter Flowers dropped a weather of the last two s. corporation, 5 5

COMMON SENSE Cooler weather the least active Florida panther! weighing 150: weeks has helped the crews who V. Plaintiff. I' .

I Weekly! from Home Demonstration period for screw worm files, Is approaching pounds and 'measuring six and a are putting the road surface on the R. A. WEBICS, *t al..

\ By SPVDS JOHNSON Specialist Tallahassee and livestock .owners half feet. fills to rush work to completion on Defendants.NOTICK OP MASTEH'S. SALE

should be planning to do all their the Corrie Bridge. Apalachlcola, Nolle In hereby given that under

.f NEAT.' WELL-KEPT FARMS FISH AND SHELLFISH dehorning, castrating, marking, DIVORCES GAIN :for the opening Armistice Day, and authority pursuant vested to and In the by virtue undersigned of the

i AND STOCK HOLD APPEAL Few foods can furnish the quality ) and branding during the winter, MIAMI-Divorce suits here have November 11. The plans have Special Master by that certain Final
FOR VISITORS TO STATE nutritional factors Mr. Bruce explains. If these thingsare been finished the crews have left Decree rendered on the J8th day of
and variety of -
Increased cent the last
'\' thirty per October 1935 In and by the Circuit
done cool the
\! which are provided In fishery urlng weather five months E. B. Leatherman and the bridge is practically com Court of Bradford County, In the
", of the annual winter resultant wounds on the livestock pleted. Local committees are ar- Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida
Beginning products. Fish and shellfish are Circuit 'clerk He
Court reported. In Chancery. In that certain cause
of folk from other sections -will not be as subject to Infestation ranging for the celebration, which
beglra excellent sources of highly digestible attributes the increase to the 1935 therein pending wherein PRNIN8U- -

i of the nation to Florida Is not proteins, are rich in vitamins as in warm weather, law reducing residence requirements will include opening ceremonies by LAR corporation.NAVAL,IM STORES Plaintiff COMPANY, and R A a

f many weeks distant and every and contain an abundance of min- All infested animals should be from one year to'ninety Gov.% Dave Sholtz concerts by the WEEKS and LARKIN D. WEKKH:

I Florida farmer should now be pre- erals In quantity and variety. Some I treated promptly to avoid loss of days. Capitol City Band of Tallahassee his WALL"her wife' MURLA K. WALL and W. .ehesffJP
I. husband MAUI \t.BROWNCfeB .
paring to make'things as attractive -' fish are also high in fat. stock and spread of the pest. a football game boxing bouts; fire and .1. ]M. BROWMFT-; :, .

4 as possible for them. Proteins are Important for build- Bulls in beef cattle herds shouldbe : works and a dance in the evening. her husband; ALICE JULIA W1L
ADMITS DRUG SALE RON (also known an flea Week
These visitors come to Florida Ing muscle and other body tissues. separated from the cows and Wilson) and JOB 13. WILSON, her

because our climate is warm and They are an essential foundation of breeding should be regulated so JACKSONVILLE Federal MISSION HALL husband: J. M. MITCHELL: OILIS COD
Judge Louie W. Strum has sentenced N. DWAA, and S. T. DELI her hun-
pleasant while the snow, ice and all diets for man or animals and that calves will not be dropped Attendance on the Bible, study is hAnd, WU-.SON TOOMER FERTILI7KR -

sleet pile up on thedoorsteps backat are necessary in any diet for nor- during the hot summer months Dr. Wesley Sherman Miller steadily increasing there being COMPANY, a corporation and
of at Palatka IUVERSIt .
operator a hospital HOSPITAL a
their homes. They come for relaxation mal and maintenance of as fifty per cent of the infestations corpora.tion
growth in over fifty present on Tuesday evening are Defendant, the undeislgrued re'
to a" and the Atlanta
<< a day
and to see the attractiveand life. They are composed of what last spring and 'summer were In year ,' and the subjects discussed Special Master will, on the Itnd .,
penitentiary after the latter pleaded day of December 1935 between the
beautiful things in our state. might, be called little building young calves Mr. Bruce Says. guilty to violating the Harrison proving of estimable value. hours of 11 o'clock In the fore-noon r ,

Rural landscapes are things of stones known as amino acids. The The entomologist recommendsthe "The Family of God" was the and 2 o'clock In the afttr-nonn, at : .
narcotics act. %
the door
Mouth front of the Courthouse -
beauty when farmers keep theft'homes food value of different proteins depends use of bloodless emasculators I theme this week and there Is a I I of Bradford County Florida. ,

in good condition their on the variety and content for castration of stock as no open certain feeling those who In the Town of Btarke, sell to the %
highest' and h..st bidder for cash, the
barns and fences in
good shape, j
of the amino acids. Fish proteinsare wound is left when those are used. KEY WEST-Automobile travel heard,. that there will be an increase following described propertied, situate -

their fields neat and attractive and complete; that is, they con- The Gulf Coast tick which was into this southernmost United In Bible reading and study. In Bradford. County, Florida,
their stock sleek and fat. On the tain all of the amino acids requiredFor for Infestations to-wit I
responsible '
and many States city has become possible The crayon illustration of the WV, of NEW. EH of NWW, RW% .
other hand If farm homes
our the growth and maintenanceof during the past summer, will not 1 again. Restoration of the Overseas oaf of bread as physical food and of NW'4, of Section 13; SI5'4 of NE'4,

barns are in bad need of repair and the human body. do much damage insofar as screw Highway and its gap-bridging ferry the Bible (the Word of God) as of Section 14; In Township 7 South,
Range 19 East And also
paint and our stock is scrawny and i Minerals are essential to the performance worms are concerned during the service severed by' the disastrous spiritual food was In keeping and SWM of aiov, aw!14, svi of NWVI
I: neglected, these visitors will find winter. of Ruction 5; SV4. of Lot 8, and all of
of certain specific carried a splendid lesson as did.
to for our farmIng Labor Day hurricane, was Lot 7. nt f*,.tttrn R, 1.,.'. 1 A9.KTU..
nothing good nay tions In the body. For Instance --.- completed on,the date FERA 'construction also the meditation and rumination I of NH of Lot' 4S; t Lot; -4s NV4'of

r sections and will drive by themin calcium and phosphorus are necessary APPLICATIONS FOR chiefs announced two -"chewing the cud"; One of Lot II; S% of 8V4' of"Lot 9: aiL of Lot
haste. 11, less 13 acres on North Hide, of I
for the development, growth, POTATO ALLOTMENTSMUST weeks ago. the promised surprises came at the Section 7; Lot 8 of Block 1, Lot 4 of
.\I The progressive Florida farmer and maintenance of bones and BE FILED NOGAINESVILLE' \ close of the service. Block 2. of Ward City (now Brook

Is now looking to his place and getting teeth; Iron and copper are essential ,. ORPHANED The pianist "who has served so er the) Clerk's according office: to a of plat Bradford recorded County In : .,..._

It Into attractive condition for in the treatment and preven- -' All applications PENSACOLA, The twoyearold and WM of Fractional Blockalf 5, ER4J )
the annual inspection of visitors. for NOTICK TO CIIKIMTOIIH of fractional Block 6; Lots 1, 2, 3, N
: lon; of nutritional anemia. Iodine growers *f Mr.., and Mrs. El-
daughter You notified 4. 5, 6, 7, 13, 14 15. IS, 17. IS. of
are hereby to
i! He's getting his stock sleek and Is required for the proper functionIng allotments in the AAA potato pro- bert 'WUklnson-of Des tin. Fla., Is ; any claim or demand: which present i Block 7, aW'being In SE'4 of SW(4:

.' fat cleaning up the grounds around of the thyroid gland. Sulphur gram in Florida must be filed with alive because her father tossed her fIu.may have against th* JJ.t.u: of 1 Lot Section 11, 8 12: ,In 13,Township 14, 15, of Block 7 South 8, of,
Atcfterman, deceased
his home, using a little paint where as a constituent of cystlne, one of county agents or other designated from his arms onto the sandy road County Judge of Br"dford County Range 20 East., And also

j it's needed and generally tidying the essential amino acids in, proteins workers of the State Agricultural I side when a Urge: beer truck suddenly Florida, at his office In Starke 3 acre, more or less, in SWVI of
'1 his farm.Poultrymen: Extension Service by midnight of Florida, within eight month from SEW.; of Section I 8: In Township 7
up is important for propef loomed up before them She the date of first publication of this South. Range 20 East, described a,
'{I should be priming I Trowth. Most fishery products Monday, November 11, says R.. S. was an orphan because her father notice or same will b. barred by follows: Commencing 450 feet Went

their flocks for heavy production I.-e relatively high in these miner- Dennis assistant district agent in and mother both 30, failed to get law and Void.October 18th., 1935. of of 8WW corner, and of dividing the SEV4 line of SWVi of SWA, of

:;1 during the winter so that they may a:.. Seafooda are particularly no- charge of the program in this out of the way themselves andwere 43. J. ALDERMAN: JR.Administrator.. Section 8. on North of right of wal

',} receive the benefit of the additional table for their iodine content, containing state killed under the wheels of 0-18-41-11-8 .. of Railway A. S. Company R. A O. )Ry running(now S.North

egg consumption. from 60 to 200 times as Many applications for tax-ex- the heavy vehicle.TRANSIENTS 35O feet Went 240 feet, south to Bald
foods from other emption allotments have been received ORDER OF PUHUCATIOV AND right of way of A. S. R. & U. Ry.
much iodine
I'' Dairymen should of course. be ) as .
!NOTICI3 1'0 APPEAR (now 8. A. L. Railway) thence along
cleaning up their barns and sources. This; one fact Is of great already by county agents UNWELCOME NOTICE I* hereby given to MabM aid right of way East, to point of
to the people living In and the latter working with Mr. Welter also known a* Mabel McC. beginning. And also -
!( grounds, feeding their'cows plenty Importance TALLAHASSEE-If the federal Weller, whose place of residence 1* H4 acre, more or lass, In SWVi of
,;. to keep them fat and in good condition those regions of the United States Dennis and the county committeemen government does not provide tran- Emlenton, Pennsylvania that a BUIof 3WM of : 'Townshjp 7
of where there Is great prevalence of ,are checking .them'to figure 1 Governor ,Complaint has been filed againstyou South Range 20 onE"t. described; a*
and sient relief after December
,;, capable heavy pro- In the Circuit Court of Bradford follow: Commencing 800( feet Went
.\. ductlon. goiter due to the deficiency of out allotments for the individual Dave Sholtz said 1,700 per- County, Florida In Chancery, In that of SW corner of Lot 10, In Block 7,

Visitors will be well satisfied loidne in the foods from the soils counties and growers. sons now quartered In transient I certain cause entitled Th. Federal In Ward City (now Brooker) at SE
Land Bank of Columbia, Plaintiff. corner of of
with the eggs and other food they of those regions.' It is an undisputed camps in the! state will be "takento versus H. B Shlpman, .t al Defendants way of A. S."l'l'e'.ol.alr"i.er. now

eat and the milk they drink when fact that deficiency diseases, CORN-HOG ADJUSTMENT the stater"Border and turned to foreclose a Moi4gage 5.' A. L. Railway Co.) and running TO yor tn hi

they see that these things come such as goiter rickets and anemia, PROGRAM, CONTINUE looseThettwlll' be told not, to covering land situate the, following lying and described being In 250 North feet 250, more feet,or more less, or' .ul:80 Went said 3 wr**Lr" at high 1

from clean healthy, and attractive are much less prevalent In fishery comeback, b# said, and''if necessary -. Bradford County Florida, to-wit: I railroad. thence east along Bald Me s
seafood constitutes GAINESVILLE State Agricultural NHV4 of SBV4 of 5E. "Section" 22, right of way to point of beginning; d bark a* UM <
communities where I'll place the national guard Tp. 8 South R. 23 Kant (Lot and also -Watch intl _
1'; a considerable. proportion of Extension Service officiate along the border to see they don't II 49 Smith )Aapl: also NV4 of NO'1 I A fourth equal division accordin", my'J.ad.tsziry
check' .Mrns
have recelved'word from the Ag- I of SWV4 and North 6 acre of to- the Government survey of SW'4
; Colds the diet. come back.-. of 8WU.: of SW%. Sea 23, Tp. 1 of MEVi, of Section 22. In Township Nerrtms H* oWh..K i
Vitamins are important for ricultural Adjustment Administration i i. South, R. M Bast. (Lot Mo. 65. 5 South, : East more particularly
.( and maintenance of in Washington that the corn- No. 50 and part of Lot* No. 67 andNo. I :"c'bl a* follows: Commencing
666 growth and general DENY GANGSTER: STORY 68 Smith Map). Containing at the NW corner of the :
'& Feverfirst well-being. Som fishery products hog adjustment program probablywill _MIAMI-AJ statement:by LewisJ. In all lit acres more or loss SWVi of NEW, *f Section 22, Township Dr..RT .
rich In vitamins be continued in 1936. A ref THEREFORE, you are hereby required 5 South Rang 22 East and = Niryln TabI.tstJt
\ day are particularly Valentine New York police commissioner to appear to the said Bill of running thence East 29 2-8 rods, in half
LIQUID TABLETS Headaches ; for instance, the oils of fish erendum of producers was held that thirty-one well- Complaint so filed against you on more or le...(!vthence south 60 rods, gUsiS
NOSH the most importantsource Saturday, October 26 and returns the 2nd day of December 19S5. more or less, thence west 2* 2-8 ft pleasant, ipaDr.
SALYJ'a In SO minutes livers are substantial known gangsters were now locatedIn the Court House In Starlc. 'Idn: ; rods, more or less, thence north. 60 Mak
of Vitamin D, the "sun- indicate a majority.Infavor Miami was discredited by local otherwise, a Decree pro>> Confesso rod, more or less. And almA >> .,in-nM _
vitamin. of continuance. will be entered against you for fail one-fourth equal division according -
shine" police and detective officials.A police to 10W Merrme to _
ure Appear. to Oovernment of
Don Get Up Nights. Fatty fish have high energy value More than a million farmers "dragnet" stretched through IT IS ORDERED that this Noticebe the same SWVi of NE%. of survey said Section t twwfos-.LtgsJdi

due especially to the fat content who produced three-fourth of thenation's usual haunts visiting criminals published once a week for four 22, lying directly east of the ---M' Tablet. Bets I IMJM
THIS ale BLAODIcn LAXATIVHFHKIO consecutive week In the Bradford above described tract and of the
which Is as easily and completely hog crop and considerably after press reports recently that County Telegraph, a newspaper having same dimension and area' being the *. onme seething eWi .
If It falls to flush out Impuritiesand digested as fats from othe? foods. more than half of the corn coop- gangdom harf'started"' Its annual attempt general circulation; I In Bradford same propertyconveyed: by B. M. jt yew me
excess acids which cause the Irregularity erated In the 1934-55 corn-hog County Florida. Johns a* Special Master to the
that wake you up. Get to"''mu cle in" on the rich This IT day of October, A. D.. 1935. American Trust Company, a corporation
liurhn, juniper nil etc.. l In groin establishments. programs. winter season' business failed to (OFFICIAL SEAL) as. Administrator of the Estate -
tablets called bukets. hU"ttII It Is especially Important to: .._- A. J. THOMAS, of O. F. Maritime, deceased,
4 laxative. Work on the bladder. similar I produce any arrests Clerk Circuit ourt. dated June 4th 1917, and.recorded In
to entor oil on the bowels have Florida farms In good shape The highest peak4'i in Ethiopiaare -- Bradford County, Florida. Deed Book No. 21. page. 626, of the
Poorly acting bladder. can cause for the winter season but the best ''I In the Simen ranges, northeast INVITED 10-18-61-11-15 !public! records of Bradford County
desire burnIng MARY PICKFORD : Florida. And also
scanty flow frequent -
or 'Yiaekache. In four says. It farming practice calls for main- of Lake Tans, which culminate in JACKSONVILLEMayor JohnT. ORDER or pvm.irATiotr AND 1 EM of NE* of 8E"' of Section
I not pleased any druggist will refund tenance of these favorable conditions a snow-covered 13,160: ft. peale, Invitation NOTICE TO APPEAR lit In Township S South Rang 22
your 26o Mitchell's Drug Btr*. round. Alsop sent a telegraphic NOTICE Is hereby given to J. E2. East. And alee
year Dajan. to Mary Pickford Saturday Bohannan and wife, Daisy Rohan- WH of NWV of NE%. or B'/4 of
MF -- nan, that a Bill of Complaint hall of Lot 2, except 6 acres more
':01J I TRAIN SCHEDUIJS; asking her to become a resident of been filed against you and each ofyou. or lea, south of the O S. A 1/'. Railroad Don'tGuess
Effective June 16th trains, 11 Jacksonville. "Ai,you are doubt- In the Circuit Court of Bradford and except a 100 foot right of ,
J\ DIRECTOR County-Florida. In ChanceryIn
FUNERAL way deeded to Florida Power Company
\ and 12 will be discontinued and less aware Alsop.wired, "Thereare that certain cause .entitled The of Section 2: In Township 8

.;, My Many Years Experience Make It Possible for Me to Render trains 15: and 16 will run as follows no Income or inheritance taxes Federal Plaintiff,Land versus Bank J. E. Bohannan of Columbia and South 27 Turpentine Rang 22 Bast.Lease And also the

'; EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE : in Florida. The state has no bond wife. Daisy I Bohannan, *t al Defendants land therein severally described upon asnartlcularly BuKnow |
I; has to reform a descriptionand
MODERATE PRICES Southbound ed indebtedness whatsoever. described In said. Final
F foreclosure a Mortgage a* reformed Decree
Starke Florid No 1-Due Starke 11:31: P.'M. balanced its,budget. and does not covering the following described The following described personal
anticipate any laws changing the land situate, lying and being properties situate at and and
No. IS-Due Starke 4::08 P., M near
In Bradford County. Florida to-
DeWITT C. JONES Miss being used upon and In connection
: revenues. ,
setup regarding
No. 107-Due Starke 9:42: A. M. wit' with, the turpentine place, buslnoos
!" No. 191-Due Starke 10.57:: P. M Pickford announced a few. days N'% of NWVI of NW% of Section and location of R. A. Weeks near
85, Township South of Rang 23
to Rrooker Florida, to-wit: 1 36-Bar-
she move awayfrom
NorthboundNo. ago East and more particularly described -
rIll Still Complete with Worm, etc
California because of excessive as beginning I at Northwest 1 Oasolln, Engine 1 Roller ; 1-.
.. 2-Due Starke 5:22 A. M.
1 i corner of Section 85, Township fi 1 Set Complete dnoper's pumpl' "Pain]
f THE LAKE CITY No. 16-Due Starke 12:43 P. M taxes. South of Range 21 East. and running Black Mare Mule Named Kate, 1300 Whether the
Cast 1320 feet to the S. A L.
weight 1 Black Mare Mule
No. 108-Due Starke 5:11: P. M. ; Us
NEW USE FOR PINE, Ry; thence South and parall,1with Named Annie. 1300 Ihs. weight; 1 Remedy You
Starke and Wannee BranchNo. the West .Id. of the S. A. L. Ulack Horse with Saddle and Bridle
101-Leaves JACKSONVILLE BEACH Ry. 930 feet; thence West to the 1 Double Wagon with ; ?
Starke 7:00: P. M. Harness Complete is SAFE
Manufacture of from southern Section line dividing Section 14 1 Single Wagon
paper : with Harness
No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:30-P.M. and 81; thence North 880 feet to 25
STORAGE ) Complete Patent
: Rim Dip
i COLD T. J.. GRIFFIN. pine offers the beet insuranceto the point of beginning. Barrel; 1 Barn with Feed stuff; 1
neWllpap r' publishers against Also commencing at the SW corner Commissary Stock value 825O,00; all
of Section' 86, Township B
.'1if: the cost of newsprint Dr. turpentine tools, consisting of
rising South of Range 22 Cast and running hacks, puller, dipping dip
For Curing Pork Is Now Open for Business. Charles E. Herty, Georgia scientist Rast on the Section line 1320 bucket, chip rovers, etc.spoon Don't Entrust Your
feet; thence North 420 feet; thence JOE HILL WILLIAMS
I told the Associated Dallies of West 1320 f..t; thence South 420 A* Special Master. Own or Your Family'WellBeing
Florida here. Every obstacle* to feet to th. point of beginning Doggett & J
:' We Will Now Have Plenty of Space to Care such manufacture, except that of Containing lass and being In all In 23 Section acre moreor 20 Doggett.Jacksonville* Florida'- to Unkno

building the first southern mill and 36. Township S South of Solicitors for plaintiff. ''Preparations
for All Meats Offered This Season Rang 22 E..t.THr.HEFOHE U-8-4t-ll-2
I for ncwsprln'f'ha8 been overcome, you and each of
j( said Dr. Herty. Eastern and Ca- you named In this Notice are hereby to ask whether
; rilE person
; Our Plant Will Be Operated At All Times By Experienced nadian interests are fighting Hill required of :I'.IfP.: arfltd againstyou said Shivering preparation you or of your beada fa,*

against construction of such a mill on the 2nd day of December, ore taking for the relief
Men Who Know How To Cure Your Meat Just Right In the southeast he continued, because 1935, at the Court House In Stark ,'is SAFE to use Jlu'8rl'Llll' !Y'
: Florida otherwise, a decree
'AMERICXSNLY : pro Ask him
'>: In Order To Bring Out That Delicious Flavor that Meat of hug banking Investments oonfessn will b* entered against you with 'amlly doctor. BAYER ASPIR
>itt I and each. of you for failure to.Appear Chills about Genuine
know that
"because one
and they
: Should Have. ,ii..i you'that "W'
\ mill will prove this section can be It I I. ORDERED that this Notice He will

> Let Us Cure and Smoke Your Meat GINGER mad. the H'center of the industry." :consecutive b. published week one a In week.for the Bradford four Burning with Fever lucoctra'pain'r remedies of Bayer. were Aspinn oujamst --

ALE ,.County Telegraph a newspaper having by physicians as bad for

Qur 'Prices Will Be As Follows : 'OIL MEN CONFER County general Florida.circulation In Bradford- .Son RtlUf for Malarial .tomach and. often thought for the II he 1

GROVELAND M Lee comp Thl* 30 day of October A. D. u3i.A. : Which u food for
troller Cary D. Landls. attorney J. THOMAS. Dent try homemade treatments or eek quick. safe relief.
J PLAIN SALT CURE .iyzc lb. Clerk Circuit Court of newfanfled remedies I Take that old ,
__...,,'.. general and w. V. Knott. state Bradford County Florida. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. Soon good ,Scientist rate Bayer AJ

SUGAR CURE __lj/2c Ib. treasurer, ,'all member of the 11-1-8-15-33-39 will be yourself again for Grove's Taste-you imong the fastest me/hods/ lid
_______*____ relief of heads
\ Florida Improvement Board gatherecl' leas Chill Tonic not only relieves the :noertd for the .

SMOKE SALT CURE ________r I'/z* lb., ) ere this week for a conference Help Kidneys symptoms of Malaria but destroys the and the and paha neuralgia.of rheuinausin.nti And the e1
officials of the Florida infection itself.
with hss pit

; Smoke With Hickory Wood _______Ic lb. Oil :Development Company. now f.. :'!.. The tasteless quinine In Grove1 Tasteless enee Kf of for million the average of users pel"OD ;to,
Chill Tonk kills the Malarial infection Wttrt.
drilling six Yniles south of Grove- In own
until cured without extra charge. Meat In the blood walls the !Iron it regularly. your
meat In
4 AH kept storage land at th South! Lake Well. The ....... contains number
received In good condition will be guaranteed. Meat to be sugar- I. :. _...- builds up the blood to overcome UM thit.
\ eured should come to plant the same day as killed ITNSALTKD. Too! conference was ordered by Governor ..1'I.1..c.twaa' .- __ effect of the disease and fortify Sfsinst ..You can get Gen"!ine! II

g For salt cure spread out over night to let the animal heat get out.' Dave Sholt .Official announced ;,:r.-' further attack. The twofold effect b absolutely Aspirin at any drug ,l.re.11|| a
this week that drilling baa "" necessary to the overcoming of by asking for it by il'

been discontinued that steel casing Malaria. Besides being a dependable rem BAYEHASPIRIN. Make ugel .

i"W-'T"iJRNER: : wilt* be sunk and an effort edy for Malaria, Grovel Tasteless Chill point to do this- and tee

: 1' made to bring In production at the UdieattKTwith Tonic I*also u excellent tonic of teneraluv what you waDt.'Bayer .

: present depth of 2358 feet. Ingredients of" Pleasant to take and absolutely '
. harmless. Safe to give children. Get a Aspir.TT ]
Vick VapoRubLAriiL44.1IrdllI bows today at any drag ston. Now two
.. Owner and OperatorIN PWA approval of a $330.000: Ml. ..*-roc and 91. The $1 slam contains

STREET :1 ami Beach high school has been IK time as much a* the SOc siae and
announced. gives you U% saorf for yew messy.
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: CBURCEI DIRECTORY HEARST LOUDSPEAKINO bear-cat for getting----- --- -.--.- .. ------ -.-. .. --..--.-- --- '. --. .. .. .- -.--- .----.... ._._-------- "
publicity was 1MKCH.WICAI: *
1 -- cnvRcnB. William Randolph Hearst, whose Just using that method for tak With ROBBERY equal amount split between counties -' Such a stench has been raised over Dade circuit court prohibiting Lee '"

J'IISr! n.\"rJST Pastor papers are noted for their blat- log a whack at the Roosevelt ad Ing out the the supreme court throw- and cities. The Law holds the situation, however, that counties from spending money to enforce ,ki r\\
Price and their parity clause
ancy voted
C. tendency to exaggerate ministration, by number of machines to one for
'' 1.10 o'clock a. m., and which hasn't taken the. 1033 legislature and cities have taken steps to the law.;-Florida Economic News.
distort on which each 100
Scbool news, now him into its Inner council. population which moans
spashes onto the front pages of the I lowed his advice. nor fol. schools hung their financial hopes maximum of 16,000 machines for put them out of business until the ---.-.--- _-

'l'IiO g Worship, 11 a. m.J country with an announcementthat The after the chain store act !got bogged 1.60O.OOO population Revenue to i law la complied with. Orange Aided by high protective tariffs, ,

; : he is shutting up and offer- California pronouncement about quitting In the court,, one more ray the state would therefor at the County sheriff was first to act. the Industries of India have grown "
'p. U.Wo slplp7:30: p. m. Ing for sale his vast San Simeon was probably so continued to gleam this week, slot most bo but 480000. Counties and Many others followed this week. ;
r 9 tin Teachers Meeting? Wednel'd1S estate on the Pacific coast and preparing much poppycock, except that It machine revenue. This money was cities would have a similar amountto Miami has fought the one-armed rapidly In recent years, with theresult
111.tt'eek to leave California becauseof was evidently an effort to scare not allocated to schools but it was whack up. Out of this trivial bandits from the start, and although that this country today i +

; p. prayer lervice, Wod the high taxes and fear of higher California legislators" away from believed it would build up the general sum would of course come expense licked In the first round, ranks In the list of modern manufacturing *
\ p. m. taxes "soaking the rich. treasury to the tune of $1- of Inspection and collection.For secured a state-wide Injunction in countries.
.130; When it was first announcedthat 500,000 annually and with this M X'
Apparently his Initial announce- once the press of the state
Church Hearst said he would close his spare cash something would be left
)1"th0I118S ment, made through the has united In solid
magazIne a front on an
vast for education.
,:Pastor estate and clear out of California Then came the
Montgomery joker -
i n..a i. M. Variety, was designed primarily as it failed to state that the Instead of collecting a tax Issue, condemnation of the slot ma-
Scbool-101 m a springboard to dive into the news chine racket and a vigorous campaign
JD.rpiOrth publisher Is at present developing of $1,000 as was supposed, the to For
( swim for a day later It has been to discourage Expert RepairingSmith's
Jlortltnl was followed another tal tax going on
Le8gue-1:1:5: : p.'m.ml estate, almost equally vast per machine will be $60
up by a statement customers. None of the
'f 1S0: p.' m. which declared and fabulous, in northern California with $30 going to the state and an ,
that San Simeon machines to of business
tpo wasn't for belong places
ginvited aU these serv- (and gave no suggestion that
ml : sale, that be wasn't really going to he I where set up but are'reported -
leave California for good, and that was abandoning development shell out enough to go ahead with I to be property of a gambling
plans which call for Garage
Churchgorge he wasn't complaining so much expenditures this and many other developments. syndicate that pays the license. Already .
i', sbyterlan of hundreds of thousands of dollars We think the Hearst
:Minister about state taxes as about the ter- the thousands In operationhave
.,.,. _H. Lowry,SchooL rific burden of federal taxes. He ). According to the story can be crossed off at near zero in garnered enough to pay the
Sabbath Hearst
_::00" threw In for good measure a blast grew somewhat tired of significance, although it may license a dozen times over, and yet Phone 120
11:00,: It. M.Mornlng' Worship; against politicians which was so San Simeon and decided to spend startle and alarm thousandsthroughout I; no licenses have been paid. Untilth q'tr'

Hbv the pastor. much tripe.It' many more thousands in new en the country, and perhaps supreme court officially dissolves Wrecker Service Day Night "
s-OO i p. m.-Young virons. Though plagued by taxes, lose some votes for Roosevelt. a temporary Injunction, :
our guess that hearst, a as he says, he presumably can .-Ocnlu Danner. state licenses cannot be granted. R 1 ';
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JIGtr'ood BaptLt Church %I 't 'w wr
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U 10:15: .. 111. Services at 3:30: I r .

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sundaY School, 2:30: p. m. "" :.,. ... 'f\-/\ :; vq

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Dear Editor: '

{Abraham Lincoln once said'"LI- \ ,

per may have defender but it has '
defense." The following extract -

lama letter received by the pres-

list of National W., C. T. U. THE NEW ,
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(pom the truth of the statement: ,

."My husband ia a clever capaJe .

1(ff e man world, able with'the to take'averagt his place""'UuHmaa .In. ._.,-.. .>..1.,... .,.._.....-I.Y.." ",,..J.:, .. ., .. .' < ". v.\ atiw Yrw;:t; ,''1.'r"-O.' < wIM

,' Wee have lovely, splenWchlldren : : k--

-a boy of thirteen andi ** k"JJ
|W) of twelve. Since liquor has CHEVR'O''L.ET' FOR 1956

beta relegallzed their father has ..,. fl)<1)1)<' "
M! been sober two whole weeks. *
Wi are now on SERA work, fast ,.'' ;*,:.. ,
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tiling[ behind in bills, losing erect ;
i II t,friends and everything a* fine "

inlly should cherish. I am try-

H to carry on for the sake of our

children and our home.. If..
c9i ; ic ,
,Tt"l8 Impossible 'control a o4 >

qlh sli su liquor la Nm'this' and habit liquor when drug stores, '- stores- are -. eomp vpre e : ,, p.

fTT my country must profit tow .
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extent of ruining: my home and

Iw of my children why does not 9i 'k4
f. C.T. U. demand that a decent

radon be paid or a home maln- ,
lamed by the Federal Government ; .

"a provide a decent living for those ,.

deprived of It by this terrible .. .. ,
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Sere 7 We are victims of a dlsJ / ,"'-I. a... .' DUUUt : ,
J* more terrible in Its outcome

-a any of our major' diseases ,,' .
Ware provided for by both state 4I

W county Institutions.. NEW PERFECTEDHYDRAULIC TILE 'Chevrolet Motor Company f I

0,1835., r: Y : a quarter-century of NO DRAFT VENTILATION
long aa we had National BRAKES
Wiibition my husband waa sober w s ''quality manufacture by presenting ON NEW BOOZES)< BY FISHER> Pt

IDII loads a comfortable living for yY a fhe forest and imoothttt ever developed Chevrolet for 1936-the only complete t' ''

III and we were. a happy family. ///ie moat btautlful and comfortable bodlet
low-priced car. .
"Betimes I feel I
would rather be '
t eked savage In the heart of This new Chevrolet is the only car that ever treated for a low-prlied' car ? ";

"Attica than an American under brings you all these good things at lowest
!?Present so-called '"
Very truly civilization. cost.The only lower-priced car with New *'

Publllclty, Dept., W. C. T. U. Perfected Hydraulic limits The,ooh i ;,; 1 "
Signal" Oct.: lower.pricedc8I'withtheImproyecJC-lidjn! ; HIGH-COMPRESSION ; ; '

r'HIH AND SCALP .RIDE* Knee-Action RideA.Th only lower-priced VAL VE-Dl''BJAD; : A ; ,

car with beautiful new IJody by Fisher-
JAPANESE OIL fhe smoothest, safest ride of all / ENGINE r..,
....,.W."A. / new. high-compression valve-in-head I 1

n+ANdwNls:, feelp .......... engine;:::'solid steel Turret Top,and many giving ...,. better performance with 4

4tNB' .It.wLaa,M All.W ,............,-.. m other i improvements which give smarter, even leu pat and oil i.' '

:::..Z' MWaW Mrlt TNa are. """ smoother, safer and, more economical
a.,4: ea y. '
-- SOLID STEEL one-pee. motoring ,

TURRET TOP See"and ride in the only complete low.SNOCKPROOF

'' forfrew priced cor-today! STEERING* si; "f
a crown beauty, a +

i i"101S of safety CDEVROLE'tMOfORCO.DETBOITMJaL making driving -".,,and safer l.

G--e ', .....awy C.Xd.C than ever before ,'
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.'011 AND TM List price of New NttndardCoup q '"",'
!'t'W eaJabl. al flint, Michigan. With ,?
Goa-creek. ,Mesa. bump r., opArt firs And fire look r
.tsfotOUI sew d tsars the list prlc U ItO Additional. ; "
.. .Kn. -Action on. ilAtUr K04.le' ; qj
.Aaa.. .. a $495 only, 110 additionaL Prims. quot.dIn ?; '
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1-Bradford-CouniY-TeIegraph Talk of reviving the production TOO LATE FLORIDA 4ilgWfifflgL( 6 f Nd'i>Pf ip,
of long staple cotton In Bradford I
''t 'Established 1877M.EM.BEFt County continues to be heard and

C'.s. the movement should be pushed On tO CLASSIFY r r ff
to reality and not be allowed to die
anU.a6LL! KAY
; VfiLORIDAPRESSASSOCr, in Idle conversation. Svoreturx:,"Florida. Pre." A......
There was a time when this
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} I crop meant cash to our section, bUt
." ::J.o'UlXVId .JlOttCirlL
f' .
the boll weevil and the World War I got a letter the other day from
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a Mkln' to send
stopped production here and else guy me please
ft Published Weekly' on Fridays and Entered as Second Class where in the South and the seed him a list'rf all the candidates for
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida became almost extinct. Manufacturers governor. Well I always try to be t
.. ---- ... no -- -- changed their machines to accomodatln" so I sat down to the f OJ'TJI); ? '

!:)V E. L.Matthews________________________Editor, and Owner use substitutes and the small production typewriter and started to make out LARGGSrOF
the list Then the thougbt came
since that time has been
.. .. .. .. -- .. I1S'4lNDGVGIl fr
--- without a market. Now, however, to me I was tryln' to do the job
It SUBSCRIPTION RATE certain thread companies and others the hard way. so I just jotted rArGNIN q

"l Six Months 75c Payable in Advance have promised to assist In restoring down the names of the three fellows t '
Yearly, $1.50; e 4' flORAWATER7 ,
the cultivation of Sea Island I know who were not run-
Advertising Rates on Application cotton In North Florida and ning and sent him that. ;
'- -, South Georgia and it Is believed You know rye never been terribly fl' :
that a ready market will be found alarmed over this school situation
+ Has anybody counted the days to Christmas yet?
for all that Is grown. but after talkln' with several -
,4 o Many growers here believe that candidates this week and .
IZ Join the Red Cross when you are given an .opportunity the boll weevil Is no worse than read In' statements of a flock of ,
',,',1,1''' next week. the pests that attack almost every others. I'm beginning to worry s
other crop that Is grown and new for the way these boys are tearln' .;a,+ '
k j"I o. poisons have been developed that down schools and ustn''em to build

u; A new song: for Haile Selassie might be, "Haile, and Farewell will keep the weevil under control. platforms, It looks to me like our ;yY yr ti 9;;.
\j'$! to Ethiopia." With the planting of 600 acresIn kids will all be In the "open air" ?t. N' r v

ft ___ this county' it is believed that a before Christmas. ,/{ t + fIn
n. gin could be Induced to operate If the schools could get just a
,. Some legislators who "rise for "information" can certainly here. This acreage Is rather a high traction of the money these guys
use a little of it. mark to shoot at for the Irst'year say they'll gonna give 'em,'' they
t of the revival, but it's not an un- could run twenty-four hours a day'
-=oWe --' -- obtainable goal.' Several clients of from now ''till doomsday without ,
know a man who calls his wife "Birdie" because the Resettlement office here are drawln' on anything but the Inter- I

',:M i.j\\ when he sees her he thinks of a bill. trying to secure seeds for planting est. -->o
\ early this spring and If other I alwayi'thhld'a'crazy idea that
o- progressive farmers would join In the legislature had somethln' to do
Doctors recently operated on a baby so it would .be able the movement the revival of long with approprlatin' money for this .'""
,a to cry. Well, of all the dumb tricks : staple cotton would be assured. and that, but it seems that the 1'h: i"J.' ti i' ,
: For too many years growers In only guys who can really supply ,v
.' o I this section have depended almost I dough in liberal amounts are gubernatorial ,
i.} Dumb Dora wants a heavy mortgage on henhouse' so it exclusively on strawberries for a candidates, prior to \,'

won't blow away in the next hurricane. cash crop. Although important, their election. PAt
'' strawberries should not be allowedto And Dave's success with the SAWFII "1
"! 01 have the stage entirely to them- 'free school books" has given CAUGlITNEAR '
\\1 j The Lake City Reporter thinks a patient;, ten survives selves. If they fail another cash these babies a lot of ideas and I see 1 lAW NJ'aItll! / / '
everything about an operation but the bill. ; crop Is needed to take up the slack where one bird Is gonna make Uf :; W .
"'" 0 until another season rolls around. Dave's trttlhs"' fter look like a pi- /RST DA'NSr7Wr7oNOP oioG I f
-0-- ker's proposition. He promisesnot A Pxae O
liI! The farmer who raises several crops has just that many GET OUT THE VOTE only "free books"' but "tree Nrc//EQ DatanoN7VS4'u/va r

f- more chances of cashing in on one of them. By the time this Is read per- pencils" "free paper" "free erasers ,A -ANQICA-V .a '
haps you have received at the post ," and on top of that he proposes .
0 ,. .JEcqt, ;$ N....
office your Individual ballot In the to erec't'a flock of nifty walt- .
When a woman doesn't stop to consider the cost you cane new Literary Digest poll of 10- In"' stations "on1 all. the bus routesso .. I .

<: bet she isn't using her own allowance money. 000,000 persons, being conducted In the kids won t have to standout As a result of his outstanding performance at ,I being awarded positions on each of. their A'I-1
an attempt to ascertain the present In the sun. the end position while
;"" playing football at the University American elevens
'g'i' Those advocates of the five-day ,week should remember The popularity of the New Deal.the I All the"candidates are passin' of Florida, DALE VAN SICKLE was
expression "get out
u that it even took six days to create the earth0 : vote" has often been heard as applied piece of "free"along campaign litera every honored with a position' on the mythical All-Amer The enormous SAWFISH as pictured abov*

( ---- to a regular election, but now ture.(Widows orphans, stepmother (ican Football Team of 1928, compiled by the Associated was taken early In 1032 In Bean Cut, noar Miami]
we are just as, anxious to get out god-fathers,' young folks old Press Van SlckU's ability was also recognized by a party of anglers aboard the yacht Bern!
1 If the average man believes in signs why do so many the vote for this straw ballot so folks and as near as I can figure by such authorities as Grantland Rice, The M. It measured sixteen and'>oa-half feet I In
ft, people go around with wet paint on their fingers? that the New Deal foes will not be just about everybody will be on United Press and the International Newt Service '"isrth and weighed over 1.000 pounds!
o able to shed Crocodile tears over some kind of a pension list after

P:( Modern version: If you can make a bigger noise than New the "declining Deal. popularity of the the next election. were business visitors to Jacksonville LONNIE GREEN TO BE

else the world will beat to door. It Is generally true that the "an- The Townsend Clubs don't have From Tuesday. TRIED NOVEMBEH:
I 11; .anyone a path your tis" are usually more active and to go out and look for speakers any II Other Pens II friends here of Raymond Hess, (Continued From Page Ond
o more. They got 'em standln' in i former Lawtey boy will regretto
more, Inclined to air their 'views cases were transferred to the j
:t' how coaches line waltln' .their turn and if we learn that he was listed'as Injured
You never realize many good there are until than those who are contented with sentee docket the defendants j
.,}i you sit among a couple of thousand at a football game. things as they are. For this reason I can tellln'believe'em there hklf these won't orators are FOLLOW GOLDEN RULE IN in the tropical storm which being incustody of the court: '
be a man, TRAINING PUPPIES struck Miami Monday.
. enemies of the New Deal will lie Thomas first degree mur
0 : probably seize avidly upon their woman or child la Florida who can Archibald Rutledge well known Miss Debbie Phillips was a visitor : Jack Williams breaking and f
\ : The new dollar to be issued soon is said to be the handsomest 'ballots and gleefully register their show even ONE fray hair who will writer of articles about animals, to Jacksonville Saturday.Miss terlng; Lee Johnson, assault

k ever minted. The old ones looked good enough to us. disapproval of President Roosevelt for ever have to'Worry about anything gives his personal experience in regard Abbie Harley who Is em Intent to commit murder; Lrf
4 and his policies. the rest bt their life except to training dogs In the cur ployed in Gainesville spent. the Scott larceny of automobile;
J ', o A recent poll conducted by the how to 'spend"'two hundred dollarsa rent issue of The Progressive Farmer week-end at her home here. Murray breaking and enteringC. j
; f Eskimos, laugh more than any other people on earth, an Telegraph, although small In its month. (,t-; I : He says:":'"- Mrs.' J. L. Harrell was visiting Strowder, breaking and en|

, \ explorer says. We always heard they were fond of blubber. scope, showed that Roosevelt Is I thoughtThat'word''',;"ECONO I. "During my forty years of hunting relatives In Starke Sunday. Ing. '
k' 0 still overwhelmingly popular In MY" was worn so shiny in the last I. have had hundreds of dogs; Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dlnkins, Mr. .
Bradford County. Let's not fall to campaign It Wouldn't be much account and It has always seemed to me 'nd Mrs. R. F. Dinkins all of Mrs Bryant Reddish, of Jack
The rich folks used to have chicken for Sunday dinner, register our votes In the national this time but I see a lot of that like human beings they respond Jacksonville were visiting relatives vllle, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Red.
,, but now when they want some high priced meat they buy poll and help to show up the Ad- the boys have dragged it out again far more satisfactorily to' lere Sunday. of Webster, and Mr. and
1 ,;,. ministration's popularity In Its real and are fixing: to dangle it before good faith and to gentleness than Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish had James O. Godwin of the S|
pork. colors. what George Burr in the Winter to deception and cruel discipline as their. guests Sunday. Mr. and Farm.servinq .
o ---o-- Haven Herald calls the "volatile "I have rarely whipped a dog. If
# ,Someone has said that life is just one bill collector after TO SHOW APPRECIATION voters.- a dog does wrong-and be usually the

another, but {tt often seems that life is just one bill collector Another way In which we might The word." BOLISH""" is another knows when he ,has-the. tone ol
n show our appreciation of the PresIdent popular'oAV{ and it's beln' applied my voice and perhaps a' slight
after usCIn : Is to lend support to a move to everything from the Bar pinching of his ear will manifestmy CROSS STATE
0 ment begun In Sarasota by Judge ber Board on' up.. The way it listens disapproval. And if a dog lovesa
Paul C. Albrotton to, organize a 'when you hear 'em tell it, man,'the one thing that a dog CANAL
4 politics the loud talking is usually done by candidateswho giant motorcade of Florida citizensto there won't be much left In Tallahassee I cannot bear Is his master's disap SECTION

lost out from not having sense enough to do things on greet Roosevelt when he visits after January 1, 1937 but proval. A good dog will even de-
the quiet. Atlanta November 19. vacant chairs. tect a slight coolness of demeanorin
The Idea Is to have automobile And anybody unfortunate en- his master I do not think thata
o from every city and village In the ough to get himself elected to the dog can be properly trained by
4 quintuplets are beginning to walk. Well, anyway state join the pilgrimage to Atlanta -, next legislature will have to con- brutality. As in human life so in
x when the President comes thereto tent himself with six bucks a day, nature:..Love:solves ,the ,problems, !
you can always be glad you don't have to buy shoe leather
speak to Southern Democrats. and he better now even TRY to which anger and malice.can never
i for that outfit. Bradford County should send a make an' appointment with the handle.

o representative number of citizensto new governors If there ia anybody "1 break my hounds to come to

Some folks worry about a nigger in .the wood pile, and Atlanta as evidence of appreciation on the state payroll that even looks me, not by beating them It they dc
for the many favors shown to like him the'.poor sap will be fired not but by so accustoming themto
, others'worry, ; this time of year: because they don't have any us. by the. New ,Deal.: on suspicion' Any guy who so the horn that It Is second na-
wood pile. -- muCh as mention the name of a ure for them to obey it., I have always -
o WE LIKE MUSIC, BUT- legislative member when applyln' used the horn as a signal for
There Is a time for work and a for a state job will be disqualified dinner; and In pie woods I always
Do you suppose those are really earthquakes in the mid- time for play and the midmorninghours without, further consideration., carry a little feed of some kind in

,ss dlewest or just the Democratic Party getting ready. for, action are certainly no time for a Followln' Mr. Buford'a timely remarks -I my pockets to give the dogs when
ra' in 1936 : serenade of dance music even If It I haven't seen a single candidate I they are called off a chase.
comes through the ""finest record.Ing wearln' anything: but shiny "We know the Golden Rule and
system in the South" as the pants and frayed-collars.. A few while we may not always obey It,
Fashion note says plaids for the college girl will be unusually bandwagon announcer D the ot 'em that had been rid In' 'roundIn we recognize its power and we
large this winter, but an exchange thinks that what streets Tuesday morning so proudly 'Packards1 'toave gone back to respect It. If a man would train a
announced. Model Ts and have been carefulto dog let him Imagine himself In the
daugh- Of all forma of ballyhoo perpe- see that the fenders are plenty Inferior place t and then let him issssssWaBBW"
trated upon an Innocent publW by bent up. treat the dog as he himself would
o misguided advertisers surely this And In gaddln about among the like to be treated It their positions Only travel system,.covering
type Is the moat annoying*. ,Unlessone print shops ').see'where th.Old: were 'reserved.. "
FL The government' is going to spend twenty-seven million ,ALL the
has supernatural powers of i Union Label" Is beln' dragged out new canal territory
A dollars for the advancement': culture. lOt succeeds in reducing concentration all work requiring and dusted off. It seems the emblem -
a the number;of""gum'wads' stuck on theatre seats it mental effort must be suspended or la In season again. I ,don't LAWTEY Florida Melee IBM aw. .troitolha*' bwoo socv DM .. rofoslato
will have something. done spasmodically In the brief Interval think I ever saw It appear on a 0, J. PhllllsiC.maf>.....t anal lent..... .....*. II at Us weal alratKlepotato ,
t' while records are changed. piece l of printed matter after an James Futoh w Ok* gut Coast Iw* potato H Csal Florida awl
0 While these lines are being writ- election,but Mr. Ripley Is waltln1 Funeral services for James o* tie Wool CoaoL M. OUMC kaaopottofloa ST l lisi some .Ik.
). Football are dangerous, even if" stay home.A .I ten several storekeepers no doubt to write about the first candidate Futch 0, son of Mr., and Mrs. S. ,...... el ft. sal ...........I' *T Florid Hdoc UM
games you are trying In..;vala to strike balances who ever forgets to have It prom- J. Futch. who died-early Mondayat yen Msesi an ol tile reel. ........*. cMo .s in tool.
Wyoming man,, listening to a radio broadcast of a gridiron on their cash books In the nently displayed on everything he a Starke hospital were conducted ,......M k*..den en ....... at to wsrwhor ta Florid.
battle, became excited he leaped into the air landed on a next block an Important case requiring I Issued from a card to a deluxe folder at the Lawtey Cemetery Tuesday &.*'. a Mae Bd ol Florid Motor tlao* .......n..I biwalo

rug, which skidded, and sprawled on the floor, 'His wristwas the utmoatattenUonapon Maybe the laborln' man Is at; 10 o'clock by Rev.: C. K. .vla. at oTooloBl lra<|.*..' Sewn Fan .are ewer
'. \, the part of all concerned. Is being dumb enough'to fall for the gag, Cutshaw, pastor of the Lawtey ,ru..11w'''
fractured. tried In circuit court and a'. musical '- but If they'd demand their labels Baptist Church. He Is survivedby .
Jacksonville 2.60
__$ .80 ..
Orlando ___.
nuisance on wheels rolls up and '
0 meals now and then, the four brothers, Melvin Lacy, '
: down the street blatlng forth public would have a lot more respect Ancil and Ovid and one sister Tampa 2.60 Ocala t._ 1.00 ,
The Titusville Star-Advocate tells the following story: somet lnc.or:' other, about", !"If It fo+ It..1. Edna, all,of this city Mima ,- 5.80 W. Palm Beach 5.80 1
,;. "What makes your rooster crow so proudly" asked the par: Isnt Love"we '

*on. "Well, you pee," said the farmer, who had just finished don't ,know what these fellows I Election Called 'for City Office UNION B.US STATION'
must pay the city for the bring the message home to all' of Mayor J. H., Moore Issued the .
chicken dinner with the minister "he's
eating a big crowingover privilege of hammering the eardrums MRS. E. H. SMITH Agent
us Is the fact that during the recent -, annual call for the city election to ,
the fact that he's got two sons in the ministry." of busy merchants with 'hurricane, when It.seemed elect the following officer Monday
0r t magnified Jams but If It .Is In proportion likely that even our section of the : One Marshal one mayor two -
to the, nuisance created It state would be stricken a telegram councilmen and
one city clerk, to
Any one who does not believe in a state driving licensea must certainly be a large amount was-.received by the local be held Tuesday December 3, lhw

, should have seen a certain woman ( a stranger) trying to --o-- Red Cross ,chapter from national 1938. City Clerk O. J. Phillips advises -
park her automobile at the side of a drug store here one day AN OFFER TO HELP: headquarters-stating that the or- that the registration. booksare ,
Columns of statistics mean littleto anlMtlon was ready to send help open for the registration of voters -
this week. If there had been .any traffic 'at the Corner: .of most people.: We read almost here-to us In Bradford County and will ,remain open until
i Call and Walnut Streets at the time it would certainly have dally'about what the Red Cross fit should tx needed. Nov. 22. "

been tied up until this lady got through with the terrible has done In all parts'of;ths world 'OM':: your dollar when the Roll LORI DArOTORmiS[
''t and we take, this wonderful work Call begins next Monday It might Personate
ordeal: of,parking in twetny-five foot space. for granted.. But what should return
to you later a thousand fold. Dr. ,and Mrs" J.' H. Carraduw

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