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 15, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02515
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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The annual Red Cross Roll Call

entered Its fifth day today, and although What a galaxy of fun, adventure Telegraph won first prize

SURE no official tabulation of results IN PREFERENCE mystery, romance, 'love, act at the State Press Association In
pMS thus far had been made, some- for ence, and good fiction la in store ROAD WORK Sebring last week for having the IN 2 DISTRICTS

workers reported unusually good every member of your family; best school page of any town in the ,

response to their requests for -including mother, dad slater and state under 2,500 population. -
Road 13 memberships -
.Money For early In the week.It Planning Council i brother everyone Is going to Long Says ,Wooden Boxes The Telegraph wishes to congratulate I I School Board Seeks i
come In for his
or her full
share B. H. S
Project Ready Is believed that this : the tsaff of the "
response Changes Order of enjoyment and entertainment I Being Replaced without To Match 'WPA
Is due in part to the fine work that Journal and its Assistants,
And Waiting the Red Cross has done In recent Of Projects by way of many nationally famous : By Cement whose efforts, of course, the hon Grant '

-- Florida hurricanes magazines which are now offeredto or could not have been won. ''
by ,
It bringing our readers in*the finest and We believe that the school '
pOLD'BE ELIMINATED The Immediate nearness relief of this to storm areas. STARKE GOLF COURSE most sensational money saving SEWER PROJECT WILL I III one of the most interesting STARKEIt ROOMS "
work bas BECOMES "ALSO
brought it home to many persons KAN' combination offer- we have ever PR EVE NT OVERFLOW features carried In the paper and TO

cent of the rlghtotra1 who have Bradford made possible. we hope this recognition will make -
-.hy| per for straightening never before thought se- County's armory pro No one can say "We can't afford Bocae really permanent work Is even more reader become Interested. Bond elections are being called
necessary: ha roiusly about the Red Cross work ject was moved up from eighth good magazines" for now ev- being done on lateral roads in this for December 14 by the Bradford 4 l '

IMD Road 13 through Van H. Ferguson LawUy ; of All workers in Starke and other place on the list to second place in eryone can have selection of favorite county, E. C. Long, of the WPA County Board of Public Instruction a I, ; r.

Hcured, said towns in the county are being preference at a meeting of the magazines to enjoy during office here said this week In a In Special Tax School District

IftTstata Road Department asked by the chairman to make at' County Planning Council held the long winter nights. brief review of projects now under SLOT MACHINEBlanks 14 and 3 for tha purpose of
and he optl"ever -
Wednesday, least a part of the calls in their Tuesday night In the t
lilt of'this office of Turn to our big bargain offer way in Bradford.Mr. bonding these districts for the
prospect areas over the weekend so that an Johns & Wainwright here. which is headed "Full Speed Long and his crew of workmen county' share of fund necessaryfor d
it of new road will get under estimate may be made of how the Few projects retained their
wig Ahead" and select the magazinesyou began yesterday pouring; cement of and addition
...uuctlon within a abort while. work 1 Ia progressing. inal numbers as a motion was like beat, then bring or send for modern culverts to replace to* school buildings.The d
been ....
1 MB, ,money has already ap- ----- mad and carried to rescind-- former your order to our office so that many of the old wooden boxes Public Works Administration ; '

ted for the project, will Mr. action of the council numbering; you will get your magazines that are still being used on ARE READY has granted $40,000 to be used .
and contracts
__ Mid, WAINWRIGHTWill projects and subsequent motions promptly. It generally takes from some road here. About 3,600 feet I in adding'' fourteen rooms to the h ,

fillet u aoon as rlghtsofwayI : gave most of them new numbers. four to six weeks before the first of line will be poured or enoughto Starke high school building, increasing i q, a

I been secured. The project for fencing Starke copies of the magazines arrive but replace 125 culvert. The old' SHERIFF SAYS OPERA the auditorium seating; r
J will leave the Enforce
ne new road pres- retained Ha place as number one after that they come regularly and wooden boxes are a liability to the TORS MUST PAY capacity to 1,200 and making other ?
l el t route of 13 In the business secI on the list the armory project was on time. county, Mr. Long said, they beingIn LICENSE SOON improvements. The bond Issue ? i+

Hog of Lawtey and will follow the placed second, and a project for almost constant need of repair. In this district, If voted, will be
GAME As usual, we guarantee this -
Isnboard Air Line Railway tracks LAWS grading four miles of roadway be- amazing offer to be.. exactly,as It Almost half of the 2.80O feet of Slot machine appltcaton blank. for $34,000, the amount necessary 4v "(, lrr

loill), eliminating two rightangleII will tween Graham and Sampson was Is represented. ,There la full and sewer line has been laid, and Mr. have been received here by County to match the PWA fund. ; '
The new construction given third place. Long believes the will be In consolidated district 14
project com
honest value. It will, pay. you to Tax Collector C. A. Knight a* the
.about three mile in length.LONN1E LOCAL Fourth place in within two week'. Hellbron and
MEASURE RE preference was get your order In at once.DEPARTMENT. completed time. new licensing law went into effect prising Vanderbilt }
--. QUIRES OUTSIDERS given to the project providing for The new line connects the two septic this week after having run Rising the bond issue will be for ;'

GREEN TO REGISTER thirty houses for shelter of school tanks sputa of town and pre- the gamut of the court and be- $11ooo,1t approved, which will

children waiting on buses. Remodeling vents any overflow of sewage 1 In ing finally held constitutional. match a Federal grant of $20- i x

TRIAL TUESDAY N. D. Wainwright Jr., has re- the town water supply at wet weather Sheriff W. J. Epperson said yes- 000. The money will be used for g r

cently been appointed conservation Hampton came fifth, and the Workmen have completed the' terday that operator bad better construction ,of a modern, brick

FULL WEEK PROMISED officer for Bradford and Union Brooker Community Center retained RecommndsLOCAL job of cleaning up the debris from obtain license as soon a* possible school house of nine rooms

WHEN!: COURT HERERECONVENES Counties to work with the Com- Its place as sixth on the list. the old court house addition project In Bradford County or that he (the Legal notice of the election in

mission of Game and Fresh Water Seventh place was given to a recreation and materials are now being sheriff) would "have a lot of slot the two district and the resolution -
Fish. field and in place for use> in constructionof the board in '
Circuit Court which adjourned community center AIRPORTCALLS put machines on my hands." While the passe by school
Mr. at Lawtey, while repairs to the : the new two-story addition. the election
I tart bit week after trying two Wainwright has already law was in the court and the aherIff ordering appear in't
lain.will again be in session next been much in the field since his New River school came eighth. The Starke airport and the opening was not sure of his ground the this Issue of the Telegraph. ,
reek with the trial of Lonnie appointment, and reports that apparently Women's work centers came ninth; PROJECT HERE of Alligator Creek are the oth- i machine were allowed to operate ---- ,

ItRcn, negro, on a first degree the game laws are being a base ball park for Starke was ECONOMICALLYSOUND er two projects on which men are here, and In other counties for LIST' OF PLANTS ;

I Border scheduled for Tues- observed very well in this section. tenth; addition to the auditoriumof employed. An1 Inventory revealed many months without paying any
.y. There ball been very! little preseason the Hampton junior high school, 204 WPA clients working here taxes Into the public treasury.The ". SUGGESTED a Rti RtiB

hunting in Bradford and Union, eleventh; addition to the Brooker Thursday
Docketed for Monday are the The Starke airport was Includedon 1935 Legislature legalized
twelfth Mr, Is that word Y BEAUTIFICATION ''y .
he school, ; painting and repairing Long hopeful .
OK* of Claude Prevatt, charged ays. a list of thirty-four airport the machines and provided A ,seal COMMITTEE OF
school will be received to start workon ,
Lawtey thirteenth soon
with! assault with Intent to commit Every effort will be made to en- ; projects which the Commerce Department of taxes estimated to raise f),* WOMAN'S CLUB r
regrading and reshaping roadways, some Important new projectsfor e
I Birder, and that of Carl Con and force the state and local game > in Washington selected 000,000 to, $1, OOOoo annually for v
Ihjrete Brown, accused of larceny laws[ Mr. Wainwright says. The shoulders and ditches fourteenth. his week as being economically Bradford County. the state. It was this law thai The Beautification Committee of r

I*cattle. last legislature passed A local law A golf course for Starke previously sound and suitable for Inclusion in was being contested. the Woman' Club suggests that are i

i requiring nonresidenlll'of Brad- placed well up in preference was he Federal Work :program. The BECK LOSESBY the list of flower be ; a
Levant Wooten, Hampton negro, not mentioned on the revised list The three types of blanks are following
trued of murdering his wife, will Ford County to pay a registration his week. project here was listed for $ ,610 KNOCK OUT for use by three classes of operators planted through the month of November : f rj
fee of $1 to hunt here, and forbids -
k Wed Wednesday., ,_, ,,. .". outsiders to hunt In this coun- ,The council expressed its gratitude In improvements. :\. -the location operator who own The committee 1 ii Inter- ,
Several civil cases have also been to Howard E. Lee district The listing of the projects a* approved SHOWS UP WELL AGAINST the machine, the location operator, ested In beautifying the town; so It

|n t for next week.following ty on Saturdays and Sundays. administrator of the W P. A, for i by the Commerce Depart- FORMER WELTERWEIGHT who rents the machine and thoperator' will look Inviting to people, who, di t o
Mr. Wainwright asks his many nent's Bureau of Air Commerce looking about for' homes, ;,-0
111e' eighteen names under CHAMPION as the law define the are new v
in the following projects, now I
with him
[tor regular petit jury duty next friends to cooperate but construction In the county: Addition -. does not mean that works money I 'bIg shot' who takes over a county, and as a* an Improvement for the
the enforcement of the law,
week were drawn Thursday: to the county court house; Improvements will be allotted to them, however. Although putting up a more or even a larger territory. townsfolk a* well. y
states he Intends to see the law Is That Is for other agencies to decide than; fight Tommy Beck The list of flower include: '.
game ,
Luther Griffis, Lacy J.' Wynn, carried out no matter who Is In- > to county roads; work Under the law, the license ,iF
Arthur C. Pearce, W. J. Wilkero on sanitary sewerage system; larruping Lawtey middleweight charge are: snapdragon, arctotl, calendula '
volved. oat to Tommy Freeman, of Little candy tuft, corn flower campanula ,I y ,
Ixmzl L. Norman Ernest A. work on Starko airport; reconstruction -, The Keystone Height airportwas For the 'operator'-state $150: 4
Witaot O W. Saxon Orle A. work on Alligator Creek. ; also Included at $3,033. Rock, Ark.,. by a knock out in the 79 Chinese for-get-me-not, delphinium ;,
county $ city $75.
sixth round of their bout In Jacksonville baby breath. llnarla, a : r r4 + f
tifflna W. A. Colley, J. E. Sulll- Garage Improved I Present! at the meeting were: N. _. For the location operator_ pan iIr
Rye, Nat Williams WUM D. Wainwright, Jr., Hazen
B. Considerable changes are being "DARK ANGEL"AT Beck with the Idea of going the state Co. city; sin, static, stock, verbena, and
Mundy, Jr., J. L. Silcox J. Terry H. V. Saxon Floyd Wiggins -
Automatic vendor 30 $16 M1
$ $15
made in the front of Register'sGarage whole ten rounds with Freeman, viola. '
Ma W. Nlmmo. J. R. Mott, C. <3.Kenlre A. J. Oriffls and Mallory RITZ SUNDAYMERLE q'f? '
Skill machine $ 10 ___ __ i'
J. at the cornor of Walnut one-t I m e world' welterweight ?-?? Lawns will need some attentions
J. Silcox. and Madison Streets. The Madi- Thomas. OBERON'SEENIN champion, 'remained on the defen- Trade machines ...$ 10 __- ... to keep them green throughout the ft r r

Following Is special venire No. son Street side of the building has NEW TYPE rive the first four round and asa All others ..._____$800 ._ ... winter month, therefore winter rye )l5s '
1 ICor Jury duty next week: been torn out and additional gas- Pastorium Painted OF ROLE consequence there were few Where a location Is outside city should be planted, the committee ,r

Robert F. Demorest, R. C. Bu- oline pumps will be Installed there. The Baptist Pastorium on Walnut ihrlll for the spectator limits, the county receive a license .ay*. First sprinkle It on the ,

1.'W, H. H. Hall Ancll Norman, An extension Is being added to the Street has taken on a greatly One of the moat powerful and During this portion of the fight equal to that paid to the state. grass then cover It with a light "

1. Graves, E. L. Kelly,' Grover rear of the building to provide additional improved appearance as painters beautiful love stories ever filmed Seek'bad to take a terrific body The applications are filed out In cover soil and plenty of water. A. t' $rt i'

tCaaneq M. M. Williams, C. Sul- space for automobile and carpenters are completingwork reaches the screen ,at the Ritz beating which left him In such a triplicate and sent to the state good fertilizer for the lawn I* a v

IftD, W. R.. Haislop, Dalton Car- storage. on the exterior of the build- Theatre Sunday and Monday when weakened condition he couldn't comptroller at Tallahassee If the Formula of 8-44 also a light coverzit

ttr, J. D. Baxter, John H. Red- .- .---' ing. A fresh coat of white paint "The Dark Angel" starring Fred- withstand a hard right to the body latter approves, he specifies the Ing of Sulphate Ammonia used occasionally
""awe, A.' V, Varnes,;J,,E..:Rosier amount of tax to be paid and direct '
; and a remodeling of the front entrance rlc March, Merie Oberon and Her- early In the sixth help to give It a nice p.' ?
JK I Garrett, N. H. Raulerson, E. BirthsMr. has added to the attractiveness bert Marshal, will\ be shown. The Lawtey boy managed to get the tax collector to Issue the green coloring. ;'

f InH.Prevatt, A. W. Anderson, E. J. and Mrs. E. M. Anderson, of the building. Set In a lovely quiet corner of to his feet at the Count of nine buta license!' and make collection. A* this I I. bulb planting time'

Starke, boy, November 4. ..-- rural England, the story reflect moment later a left hook to the Location operators are required reader might be interested In
Special venire No. 2 was made Mr. and Mrs. Newn Warren 'Arthur F. Perry, /r., Jacksonville the conflicts and triumph In the stomach stretched him out on the to: pledge themnelve not to per cnownlg that formula of 5-8.30''

4 of the following: Starke boy November 7. builder, has been awarded a life of Kitty Vane, a beautiful canvas again and this time he was mit persons under twenty-one 'ertllzer I I. better than manure the '

'I C Edwards, J. V. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman, contract to erect a $50,000 Stetson English girl, played by Mis Oberon unable to regain an upright posl-I' years of age to play; to operate committee think.. 1. stn

"on Minton, Frank C, Hemingway Starke, boy, November 8. U. dormitory at DeLand. who has deserted the exotic ion. The end came one minute, the devices in an orderly manner; -.--- t

) Russell Green, C. J. Crew, roles In which she has been seen five seconds after the sixth round not to '.'plug" the device; not to "
Fined For False Alarm 4
J8. Baxter, A. E.. Wall. A.. A. DYER SAYS.COTTON TO BE GROWN op-to this time. cot under way. operate within 300 feet of a church .

!aearde, J. H. Rye, J_ H- Fields GOVERNMENT SUPERVISIONThe A brilliant musical 'The GirlFriend Beck whose nose began to bleed or school (hotel exempted); state Truman Harris, 18,'was brought ,

**I Johns, Mike M. McRan\ Roy UNDER ," comes to the screen here il1 the fourth., opened up, In the It owner of location and If rented Into mayor court this week j i, r+

J*"**. S. M. Mott-J. F. RickRuseell next Tuesday andWedneeday. It fifth and made several spirited rallies owner of the machine. charged with turning in a false. 4 ;

f, Norman, H. B. CroaE. following communication has not been filled. boast of such talent a* Jack Haley which sent the crowd into an Since the statute limits the num- Lira alarm about,12 o'closk Satur- ,
I.' of Sea Island I "Now in regard to securing succeeded day night. He ,wa found guilty. .
:. Newsom, J. H. Saxon.. regarding the growing Ann Sothern and Roger.Pry- uproar. But while he ber of nutchmo to be operated to
L. these seed will say that I was in and will serve a sentence of thirty
from of
C cotton in this county, In getting In a number lashing' one for each 100 population only 'f
'; MISS T Dyer, county agent' in Union conference with the State week and or.Next Thursday and Friday right and left to Freeman's head about 90 could be licensed In Bradford day in lieu of paying a $25 fine. Jc

SNYDER County will be of interest to prospective : Government officials last "Keeper of the Bees" adapted the burly Little Rock scrapper kept County. Just who will obtain .

;\; AT FESTIVAL growers,of this crop here: i and have had communication with is from the popular novel, will be up his relentless attack on the the license I is problematical a* the County CourtA

"Dear Editor I them since then, and their plan shown. The principal role are Florldian'. body.. Both men scaled law provides that first come are
.atl to control the output of all certified Mission of county judge'scourt
PRESENTS: Edith Fellow, Nell 54. .
: played by to be first served the
Telegraph eomptrol-
STARKE A3 "Bradford County seed for They nave .. by will begin her Tuesday, t'
1!; "PRINCESS" I Hamilton, Emma Dunn and Betty f f1
( AT "The article In your paper last asked me to make up a list of far- November M, Judge E. K. Perryd ,
,1' WAYCROSS'j week regarding the growing of Sea mers wanting these seed and sub Fumes. .-. *-. PRISON er.SUNDAY. man said till week._ The docket '' '
' Louise Island cotton in Bradford County mit it at the earliest date possibleso PROGRAM SCHOOL for this term was described a* being -
.,Mayor W. E we selected next year was read with much that they will be able to appor- Building Car ShedA fairly heavy. i

!ant Itarke! as Middleton"to rep Interest a* I wish to assist the far tion the seed to the various coun- shed to house city trucks 1* TO GET UNDER WAY ,ASSOCIATION .... 4 1P

krh !Pine Forest"prince at the mers In every way possible."It ties where1 they are wanted. Betoreyour being constructed at the rear of AT RAIFORD I }' +
hdi III Waycros being I I I. true that the growing of article was published I the city light and water plant here, SOON FORMED, AMONO BAPTIST
Ga. "thl week
:MWxnee were chosen from town this cotton I.1 being revived In mailed out to about three hundred forty feet away from the main An estimated total of $1,398,932 COUNTYAn' I Will Rogers
? &hout : the Government agent farmers in Bradford County a The shed formerly adjoined -
i Florida building.
J Georgia Florida and III I to be spent immediately on major -
states where the slash pine UOOrTilnf 'who have introduced a pure strain ; questionnaire asking them how the building but was moved Improvement and addition to A oelatlonal'Sunday School Memorial FundTO h f H I''

. Industry .1rJ I I This Is the second number of these have replied and --
SnYder< left Starke Wed- long staple. Including the State-Prison Farm county wa organised Tuesday THE EDITOR
1 and regiatered at the Hotel year that this cotton baa been the list I III being compiled\ Licenses Move Slow'lIII /, nine mile northwest of her.1M. night at the Baptist Church her N jr l's'',

L i III Wavcro". where she wa I grown under Government supervision -. "I understand that these seed fact that the season ; Roe Watson of Jackaoavlll, aad.Yl. K..Jenkins, of RaIford wa ,Wishing to ben a >part In perprtmatinr >4v; .
a committee who made ar- In this state, and the sea are to bIP! paid for, but no price has spite of the bunting director of. the Florida conatmeUOB elected president of the body. the memory"of eae e< c L"

ta for her eecort: to the son have been unfavorable both I been set yet. Some parties In oth- opens next Wednesday program of state institution, The meeting was held at: the inflation .- ear meet beleved aad useful' *IU- 9q

& bp. She- returned to Starke year, however, fair to good yield I er parts of the state are offering license are not yet In heavydemand. bas already advertised for bid tobe of the Raiford Church and lens, I InekM herewith my contribution

: aalay afternoon. have been secured In most places. i seed at $-I per bushel but the far- ,Judge E. K. Perrymansaid have > opened November 27 on threeof representatives were there from II of $l to the Will Roger ; 4f ,

\\i While some farmer claim to have mers are urged not to buy any of yesterday. only.eII the the projects at the prison the China; Grove, Corinth, Lawtey, Memorial' Fund. I' understand t'' u' '

r rOlcll3end produced around a half bale of.! these seed as they are not certifiedfor will not been sold to date the, movement although to school: for the deaf and the blind Raiford and Stark that:, till lift wilt ,114I./1'dde4, to, d,

, Club' To: Meet this cotton per acre this year, the planting and the staple Judge expect next week. and the' state hospital at, Chatta- After a .short address of, welcome others from this eeunly sail will iv

'nit TOWIuend Club wm meet" In average I is around 100 pound of i erode two inches. and others pick up ---.- hoochoe.- by the; Rev.. B. Price of ao[ without any deduction whatsoever
Wall, -
eourt house at line peracre.. The prospective "If you Mr. Ittt of Improvements at the Prison the Starke church the meeting to the National Fond U be "y ;*

p'2 O'clock. and every member I* price I.I around twenty-five to thirty will assist in seed compiling and let a me haveIt Souse To RentQulgley Farm Include: :. Construction of a wad turned over to the Rev C. W. expended, alto without any dedueW Y

to be present by H. H. cents per pound thi year. those wishing will be rendering Davis, local contractor one story reinforced concrete white Wilkes, of Raiford, who outlined don aethe Memorial Committee.
that by November 20, you women' dormitory and Infirmary; he need and of .
l'ellld.nt of "It will be seen at once are buildinganother email requirement
the'orpnla. and *, determine p,
I.. the farmers a service, I m7 !
Every while person of leKe there I* not very much money to this list bungalow on Weller Street, near a one story reinforced concrete ne- such an organisation.It .
Ia eligible l for membership. be made at growing it, although It I shall be glad to turn the light and water plant, for rental &TO women' dormitory; a prison' wa decided to hold the next

Toim< >K said, and dues ** but give ,the farmer a. 'money crop in to the -proper authorities.' purpose Several other mall wall around these two building, meeting the' Raiford 'church Name ...at't ''r 7tH(".:.at..:. drH r BUrA4Jraes

Y ave cents depend upon selling a* L. .T. Dyer, owned by this firm lath together with a two story reinforced I Friday night December 13,'at. 7:30::
a year,for full that b* can houses are y '
county Agent. < ....... ...
IbIp. on the concrete- hospital building. 'clock. "" "s -.f v. tYtf.! 'h
No i i. competition neighborhood. .
charge. I I.made there Lak Butler. Fla. same -
odate demand
' member. market and, the market ,

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HAMPTON PINE LEVELMrs. BROOKERMiss LAWTEYv LONG BRIDGE week-end with Miss Rena Garvan. chicken supper at Mr and'

Quite a few young folks of this C. Roberts Friday
Minn Ada NI.. Com>.|.
:' J. W Bedenbaugh, who has been Carrie" Alvarez and Ar- :? ; .. Quite a number: of people attended Friday night at Mr. and Mrs C. daughter, A. B.. and NlnT

ill for several weeks, has a host yula Crosby visited relatives at Brnoker Vs. Waldo FrIday'Jatgbt the store of F. R. church at Alton Moody Satur Roberts of Midway. shopping in Jacksonville '
The local basketball teamof ,
c of friends here, who are delightedto boys' Carradlne was entered by remov li'rl! !
Lake Butler Sunday. day night and Sunday night. Messrs. Marklee and Lucian Alvarez James Parrish
Prooker met the Waldo teamon of
know that his condition is ImprovIng of Ocala ing a of window glass and a Dukes
Frank Fountain spent pane
of Water Oak attended
the Brooker court Monday afternoon Miss Nona Whitehead spent the the visiting here Saturday
and he will soon be out the weekend here with home slot machine stolen. Sunday night night
again.J folks played a the store of Ceo. F. Young was entered -
splendid game and good sports REPORT OF LICENSESReport
11. Lamoreaugh, one of the Mrs L. L. Rushing ana children, manshlp and fair play characterized In the same way and a large

carpenter contractors, who Is of Gainesville, spent the week-end amount of goods was stolen. It lathe
the all the .
working for the WPA at Ocala, here with Miss Myrtis Fountain. game way belief of local authorities thatIt of License Issued. by the Tax: Collector. duplicate of which have been fllBfl ,
the close of this game Brooker is the work lf local amateurs. the period beginning on the first day of October A. D. la.14. and ending on the aht liV"0
\ pent Armistice Day with friends Mrs Brltton Alvarez and chil was victorious by a score of twen ;:{ Derga for 1M4, day (
and relatives here.J. dreg spent Sunday with Mr. and I. -jU
to sixteen.
ty-one Cotton ,
F. Johnson, of Havana, was Mrs. O. E Crosby In Rising sec Sea .Island x10Ltaenss To Whom Granted For What- Purpose Perlo" of Lloenna

business here this Letters have been received by 1 __ _______ _.-._-....___--_?__ 10-1-85 .. 500 ono
transacting tion.Mrs. Don Millard A. Vaughan, ,of Geneva. local from the coun S nok&aSon.. ---_._,.___ Merchant -?..________,...? 10.j-84- O-1-86 ::::: t ,
McRae and many persons
week. M. J. son, : _,...________ 004
Ala., Is spending a while herewith 1 Tip Top Urocery ,..__--?---- Merchant -------_ ____ 10.t.U O-i-as ; ,
,.- ald and Lloyd Edwards, all of Cros- ty agent asking them to plant a 4 N. Bternberg _...._______.____ Merchant ----------___________ 101.14 10-1-8S .- ---- 1100
Claud Hall of South Florida, but visiting Mr. and friends. small acreage in Sea Island cotton B A. M. Darby ..______-_______ Merchant _____?_-________-_ 10.1.U4 101.85 --"-- 11 8,00
: of our town. was greeting by Lake were ____ Merchant ____ _____ 10.1.14 -
formerly Mrs. L. A. MIntz and daughter, II J. W. Morgan _--- --- --- ------- 10.1.16 :::: :::
friends here last Thurs Mrs. H. M. McRae, Sunday. and it la the hope that this Indus- 7 Canova Pharmacy __________ Merchant .._-----.--____...._ ]0.1.84 10-1.35 ....-.___:: llor
, many Mrs. Willis Dyal spent the week- Barbara, spent part of this week try will be revived in this section 8 B. Jacolm _..__.____.......... Merchant _______..__.._. 10.1.84 to.I.3 _____
I here with her parents, Mr.,, and 9 J. W. While A Son _____..__._ Merchant .*....,________,_______ 111.1.14 10.1.35 ._____ 1I.go
day.Rev.. W. T. McGuIre will preach end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. as we have the soil especially 10 Brownies BroM. ______ __._ Merchant .-....-__a.___..._______ 10.1.14 to-I.16 8'00
J. Brown at Sampson City. Mrs. L R.' Galney. adapted to cotton and It Is the belief 11' Wm. Sapp' ____._______.._ Merchant _, _,..___.a-.w to-1.54 10.1.811 ---"- 8'00
j at the Christian Church next Sun ______ Merchant..__. _..
is would be 11 ManrotirUei Shoppa --, ------- 10-1-85 ::::::: 100
-, day morning and evening. Misses Eulamae Dyal and Verna Mrs. A. L. Crosby spendinga of many that It a 11 W. M. Edward ___a.-_______ Merchant ._....__*___________ 10-1. 10-1-85 ? 8'00
Phillips and Miss Mildred Brown few days in Youkon with friend paying thing here for the local 14 O. W. Roberta ___ __-=_____ Merchant --.-____ r________ 10-I.U 10-1-85 -- .---
Miss Ada Nlmmo was transact. Miss and relatives. growers. 16 11. H. Th.d. __.___._-.-------- Merchant .-____.___._____ 10.1.U 10.1.36 ::- -- 0'00 R'on
ing business in Gainesville, this of Sampson were visiting i 16 Ciao F. Young __ ______ Merchant _-----_________._ 10-1.31 10-1.85 ----- 8'00
Helen Norman in Gum Branch sec- Miss Muriel Brown of Sampson 17 M. n. Plummer _?;.-.___.__ Merchant.---.--._______ 10-1-14 10.1.38.:::::: R'Oo
week. Dogs To Be Muzzled III J. V. Jonea ._.._.__.-_...______.- Merchant -..----____--,-______ 10-I.U 10.1.811 _.
&' Mrs. O. Haynes of Starke, but tion Sunday evening. City spent the week-end here aa 19 C. A. Hurling _./..-_________ Merchant ...____________.____ 10.1-14 10-1-85 ---- 8'On
f of Anthony Brooks and JimmIe guest of her cousin\,Miss Mildred Mayor J. H. Moore issued ordersto 10 John Hear ..___.________ Merchant ..._____________..___ 10-I.at 10-1-85 .------ 8'00 8'00
: formerly Hampton was recently Edwards made a business trip to the Marshall Saturday Instruct 11 Fred F. Stump _____________ Merchant _._______.._________ 10.1.31 10-t-88 .::::::
J, visiting Mrs. Ava Turner Mrs. Morgan. 'all at 21 Mitchell' Drug Store -____.__ Merchant ______?_._..,_______ 10-I.U 10.1.a5 __ ._ 11'00 1\00
r Haynes has many qfrlends here Jacksonville Saturday. Mr. and Mra H. P. Galney at- ing him to kill dogs running 13 J. C. Manning _---____.___- Merchant ______-______-_____-__. 10.1-1-1 10-1-S5 __h___- 8'00
. Vanlce Keene and Charney Yar- large within the city unless they 24 Mr.. W. A. Brown -------- Merchantr____a._________ 10.1.31 101-85 ;
who are always glad to see her. tended church services at Shady; A that 15 R. T. Osteen ___._._-_____ Merchant ____.. __ __ ___ lu-1.84 10-1-35 :=: _:: 100
borough of Gum Branch were visiting Grove near Trenton Sunday.A. are properly muzzled. dog 26 J. M. Al'vares ___-_____._,?._ Merchant -----.____.. ._.-___?_ lose 10-1-35 .- 800
at the home of Gus Fountain was kllled lere last week had ra- 27 O. B'. Coleon -..___.--_______ Merchant -.-----.,----,____---- 10.1.81 10-1-8H =::::: q,00
Construction of a $ .OOO ware- D. Crosby of Youkon spent blee --, 2HW9 H, J. Haen ___-..-----------: Merchant ___________--____------- 10.1.U 10-1-85 ___.__ 8:00:
, house Is under way In Orlando by Wednesday night. Monday here as guest of his ,: C., B. Roberta ,._,_______---- Merchant---___--------..-- 10.1-Bt l0.1-r8 ____ .__ 800
S. Jessie Fountain spent SaturdayIn y 10 R1 S Wasclln -_______-': Merchant .__________._____.__ 111.1.81 10-1-85 ______
l I' A. King. Mr. and Mrs. P. A: Crosby. Makln .Gaod In Marines 11 Wadeworth Bros.-.__------ Merchant -.a- --._________..-__.__ 10.1.81 10-1-83 _.___ 800 800
Gainesville. Mrs. R.- B. Raulerson and children la n. W. Moor. .-._<.__..._____--' Merchant .a._______--_____ 10-I.U 10-1.35 _. 800
Mr.. and Mra. J. L. Underhill of Lawtey is proud of the records 11 Damplere Hardware ........._ Merchant ..____._____________ 10.1.U 10-1.85H _::?., 800
" H. M. McRae of Brighton, are spending a that our locale-boys' who recently 14 V. C. Hollln 8wortlu_.______ Merchant __...___._________ 10-1-at 10.1.36.. 8'00
Riving were visiting of her 16 The Quality Store ___.__.__ Merchant _.__-__.__....______. 10.1.at 10-t-35 _::::--
Sunday night. while here as guests parents enlisted in the U S. Marines at SBIT R. L. Reddish __.________ Merchant.__________._---. 10-I.U 10-1.3 800
, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Andreu of Mr. and Mrs H. P. Galney. Paris Island S. C. Howard Miner Ijawtey. Turpentine Co. _____.. Merchant .....-..-____---_________ 10-I.at 10-t.35 ----- 800 N'OO
P 1* 'Wiggins Bros ......______? Merchant _.___.__ ___ 10.1. 10-t.811 ::--- 8'00
! Panama City were visiting rela- Mrs. Irene Thigpen and daughter recently was promoted to a sharpshooter 89 n. A. Weeks ___l._..,.,________ Merchant __._-r.r"r__,_______..___ 10-1.81 10-1.85 ;_::::: a'on

tives here the past week.> Muriel, of East Palatka and when he made an excellent 40 Brown Pharmacy <..-_____r Merchant ?,__---.--___.______ 00-1.34 10.I.a _______ N .,
rn mark 41 H. Boyar ___1...__________ Merchant. __.___.______________ 10-1-14 10-1.8 ___ App no
Remember the services at Pine Miss Canty OllIver of St. Augustine on the rifle range. Sumpter 41 W, T. Saxon. ", ___._.._________ Merchant _________________..__ to.l-14 10.1.35 "'-- 800
Level Church this week-end. spent last weekend here as Harley won distinction at' bayonet 43 M. L. Johns ....1,,__,a----_ Merchant -----.---..-.......--_.-----' 101.34 0-1.85 :::.:::: tQ0
all 44 it. J. Green '?____________ Merchant ._._.______.__..___..___ 10-1.14 10-1-811 __._ 800
LONDON guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ha- practice by breaking existing 45 'W B[. Bryan __._-_._________ Merchant _t...,---.,-__._......._ 10-1.114 JO.l.311 h_ 800
SAXTONMr. records for recruits. 44 F. H. Car r ad I ue -__..__________ Merchant .._._____,__ .._.... 10-1.34 10-1.a5 ,;_"_ 800
PARIS RIO zen.H. 4T Carrndlna A Peele ..___-,___. Merchant ....._-_.-__.__.__..___.__ 10-I.a4 10-1.85 .____ 8 on
.. W. A. T,lr, CorrespoadratMrs. Mills of Jacksonville is spending 48 Kd' Stanley *___________, Merchant __,____.__________r., 10-t-84 10.1.85 _____:: 800
Personate .11 H. Smith ___________.. _._ __
before I a few here of his W. Merchant to-I.84 to.l.86 ______ 8,00
as never Lizzie Tyler and Mrs. A. C. days as guest Miss Abbie who is 60 M. F. A L. Wiggins.Merchant. _____-______?_____.___:__ 10-1.84 10.1.58. App
Sumner spent Sunday with Mrs sister, Mrs R. P. Lewis. Harley, employed ,,51 Byerlev: "A. Rene ..__.._<_.__. Merchant.w..._..____?___ 10-1.84 10.1.35 _:::::: App
,rtl in Gainesville spent the 01 C. r.. May ______.________ __.., Merchant _...._ _. ___ 10-1.84 10-1.311 __ 800
W. M. Norman at Rising.O. We are very sorry to report that week-end\ at'her home here. 61 DaHiiett Hardware A Furn..Co.. Merchant ___.::_-_;_;;_-_._._?, 10-1.14 10-1.11i "_:__::: 8 on

T. Nelson and Arthur Swan. Miss Mary Mott is on the sick list 114 Smiths Service Station ..__._, 8larehant..w__________?_ 10-1.a4 JO-I-35 .. 8On
Miss. Mary Lucille Torode and &5 A. I. Kahr ...______________ Merchant ______..____._.__._..,-_ IB.l.U'' 10-1.35 __._ BOo
born attended church In Lawtey, at this writing.' 'We wish her a Miss Seat r i cash finer, who are attending 665T Powell Turpentine i Co. '_?_.._ Merchant __:;_,__________________ 101.84 10.1-86 _=_::: 8'00

Sunday.. speedy recovery.' S. R John.*.....____________ Merchant "",..,_____------,--__-_- 10.1-3. IB.I.8 _._.. ROn
PHILCOnOB Mr and Mrs A. C. Sumner and the Florida State College 58 K. P. Jonea __.___._________.__ Merchant.r_.____._____ 10-1.14 10.1.85 __ 8.0""
We are glad to report that little __.... .. .. __ .18-35
for Women, at Tallahassee, spent 59 awtey Loading A ShippingCo Merchant _,r_-. _--- 10-I.U _?._ 800
children of Lake City spent last Miss Betty Jo Crosby: who has 60 ....._ _._....._ Merchant .- ___-_.;;_...______.. lB.l-84 10-1.35 M nn
week here with relatives the week-end at their homes here. 1 HartoFurnltu ....Co. .?,..._!,.-;_. Furniture D.aler---__..__ 10-1.8. 10.1 80 _-----= to.OO
: $59.95 been very ill has Improved. We Richard -There, ,of, the University 8 Spoiled _.*._ '
l Remember preaching services hope she will continue to improve of Florida at Gainesville 1 H. O. Wall.-?____..:::::=:::: Ash; K. Y. I-lfe Insurance Co.__.., 10-1-14. 10-1-15 ..____
Complete withP"IWO here at the Church of God next 4 H. C. Wall .__..____-_...____ Arts; Aetna Insurance C.. -_._.-_-- 10.1.14 10-1-35 ..____
Mrs. R. W: Brannen and daughter spent the 'W6k-end! at his home 5 H.' P. Wall ._______?__...1_____ Agt: Hartford Fire In. Co. ___?__.' 10-1-14 10-1-15 .__.__
Sunday. Pauline, of Lake Butler, spent here. 6 H. C. Wall .....__?:__-_____ AftTt) Northwestern Fire A Marine
All Wave In.. Co "_"____ 10-1-14 10-1-85 ..___
GRAHAM last week-end here as guests of her II Mrs. O.,W. Robert. and children .... Agt I Royal Insurance Co", -__-.-- 10-1.U 10-1.85 .-------
Aerial parents, Mr. and Mrs. H., P. : H.: cf..w'N__. .:::=:::=:=: Act:!. Metropolitan: Assurance Underwriters
Mr*. L, C.' "...It. C..rres. .e.deBt attended the, circus at Jacksonville of N. Y. -____-__-. 10-1. 14 10. 1-85 __
NEW 1936PSI1LCO Galney. Saturday. II H. C WRit .___.__________..._ Art Republlo insurance Co. _.._-. 10-1.14 10.1.88....__ :
Mr. and. Mrs. Clarence Melton, H. B. Crosby motored to Lake 10 H C.' Wall ..._____"'______,_ Aa-ti Sentinel Innurance ro.._..___. 10-1. 84. 10-1-35 .______ :
of Waldo were weekend guestsof Miss Marlon Sapp of Jackson 11 H. C. Wall ..___..,______._ Aa-t. U. S Fidelity A nuaranty Co._ 10-1. 84 10. 1-85\ .__-__ :
I Butler Sunday morning. vllle, was visiting friends here last 11 H., C:. Wall r.-_.____--..- '.Act: Central Surety A Inn. Corp..'. 10-1. 84 10. 1-35 r--_ :
Mrs. Melton's parents, Mr. and 11 H. C. Wall.I.._______.__-_, Ag-ti. Maryland Casualty Co. _____ 10-1. 84 10-1-35 _______ I
Mrs. Berry Dyal. week.. 14 H. C.' Wall .___..-_,______.__ Agt: Fidelity A Casualty..______ 10-1. 34 10. 1-85 _?___ I
GUM BRANCHMiss Mr. and Mrs. Vernon ''Rowe of 16 Bryant Cafe __.__._________ Cafe __________.____--.r.--__ ,,10-1.a. 10. 1-85 ___._ 10,00 I
'This highlr- .lctir Baby Mr. and Mrs Arlie Broughtonand J8 Starke Bakery'----. __.___ Bakery ,., ..___+_.___._-_-_ 10-1. 84 10. 1-35 ___?__ 800 1
little daughter Dorothy, and Elizabeth Harnage,' Cor. racksonvllle, are visiting relatives IT J. W. Brownlee __________.... Dentist. ___________,_______ 10-1. 34 10. 1-85 '_______ 10.00 I I
Grand brings you a brand new here this week. 18 Johna A 'Walnwrlght .....____ Agt Sou"thern Home In. Co.___-_ 10-1. 84 10. 1-35 _____ I
radio world to enjof I Power Mrs Aileen Padgett and daughter, Mr. and Mrs A. J. Williams of 11! John A Walnwrlght ....._." Act: American Horn Fire In*. Co.. 10-1. 84 1034 -1-36 __.___ I
that make* London and Paris Averllne, were in Starke Saturday Mrs. Lucille Beck spent theweekend 20 John. A Walnwrlght ...._,_ Art: Orient Insurance Co. ._._____ 10-1. 10. 1-85 t.__._. j j
familiar local Jacksonville, spent ,the weekend in.Jacksonville. 21 Johns A 'Walnwrlght ._____? Agtl Commercial Union Aatiurance.A ,10.1.a4 10. 1-35 ____ .
a. as your night. with her Mr. and Mrs. J. '12 John A Wainwright_-____ : n\tlt Life Insurance Co.._____ 10-1-34 10. 1-35 _____i_ j
.. Ton that give new We are glad to report that Mrs parents, Miss Grace Arwood and Miss 21 Hoover Bros ..____._._.-- .._..----------- 10-1.34 10-..85 ------ 6 on
delight to American broad. S. Sapp. I Rosa Mae Rowe visited Jackson- 14SI Florida Power Light. Co.. Electric Operators __..__.._________' 10-1... 10. 1-35 .-__.___ woo 1
easts. Handsome Walnut J. H. Surrency, who has been Mrs. Marlon ville Saturday.Mr. Florida Power Light Co.flnilthttrn ._-y__ EUctrlo Operator.-------.. .10-1-34 10., 1-35 -____._ 10,ou(
Hubbard and children .
quite ill, Is much better at this 28 Bell T.l.phona A
cabinet. An ama ng value I IEASY of Starke'spent Sunday with and Mrs. Richard Plummer -- -TeingraDh- Co.; .?__::.:.::::..::._.. One Telephone ....................... 10-1-14 10-1-95 _-.__. .to
writing Mr. and- ot Jacksonville 27 Slims Cafe ________..:____. Cafe __ .___________,,__.. 10-1-14 10-1-15 ..__ 5,00
TERMS Mr. and Mr. A.,A. Youngblood Mra. J.. N. Norman., were visiting relatives 18 City Barber. Shop. ...... __..r.Barber Shop ___. 10-1-14 10-1-15 _ZI___ 200
Miss Irene Lewis here over the week-end. 29 nit Th..tr.'f .. Moving PlctureS'--_..... 10-1-14 10-1-15 _____, 10.00
of Waldo, were ,dinner guests of of Rising was Mrs. Effieiner XO T n rode Chevrolet Co. ____:-._-_ Oarage. ., .....a:____.__.._r.., 10-1-14 10-1-35 ______ 10,1111
y their son-in-law and daughter Mr the guest of Miss Hazel Sapp Sun and daughter, 81 Register. Moter Co.'_ "i_' Oacaga .- ._...__-__,..,..,.........._ 101.84 10-1-38 ._____ 10.110
HARTGO. and Mrs.. Fred Johnson. Sunday.. day. Miss Beatrice,', were shopping in 12 Albert Hartman ..__--w*_, Lunch Room -----------.. ----., 10-1-14 10-1-15 *,_.,--- 6,0'
Jacksonville Saturday. 11 Wadaworth Bros. 't--------. Turpentine Operator .____. ___ 10-1-14 10-1-85 __.___ 20 on J
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Kinard were Rudolph Chism ,of Woodlawn 14 J.W. Andrews Jr. .________, Oarar.t.. .._.__.----w__ 10-1-14 10-1-15 __.___... 10.on
week-end of Mr. Klnard's Friends of Mrs. W. H. Biggs will 15 Qulgley. .A Davis _._________ Lumber Dealer .._____.__.____._.... 10-1-14 10-1-15 ....... liiJlO
GO. guests spent Saturday night with Vanlce be pleased to learn that she is continuing 16 A. 8. Crew ________________... Attorney .___ _________ 10-1-14 10-1-15 _?____ 1000
parents at Crescent City. Keene. 17 Sinclair Refining Co. _._..__, Wholesale 011 Dealer.___r.-__._ 10-1-14 10-1-13 _.__?_ 2.00 J
,. to recover from her serious 38 N. H. Tyson ________.?.-_...- Meat Market ._,._.__r__.__-__.-___.. 10-1-14 10-1-15 _____ SAn
illness at her home here. H9! O. J(. Rarher Shop __-_?_.,-... Barber. Shop _..........____,_..- 10-1-34 10-1-15 .,--___ 2 on
( 40 \Voodfln Halle .._.___.J__.... Fertiliser. Dealer ____?_,,______ 10-1-14 10-1-15 _._____ 1i,00
Mrs. V. R. Reddish and Mrs. 0. 41 Lawtey Turpentine Co. ._____.* Turpentine Operator ._____,___,___ 10-1-14 10-1-85 ...?___ 20,00 I
Jor Phillips were shopping in Jacksonville 41 Htarke Cora Cola Bottling Co._ Bottling Work ___-?-.____.. ___ 10-1-14 10-1-95 __.... 1000
J 41 Wlggln. Bros. ___??.,,.________ Turpentine Operator ...-_---___ 10-1-14 10-1-95 __.____ 20on 1
Saturday. 44 R. A. Week ._______________i Turpentine Operator __,.__._..____ 10-1-14 10-1-95 ..._._. 20.00 J
A The Rev. C. B. Cutshaw filled his 45 Wilmer Service Station .?_.. Lunch Room .-_-----.?-....-------- 10.1.84 10-1-95 _?._- 6.0n
B 48 W. B. Park ___________._--.,. Physician ?.___._____....__._______ 10-1-14 10-1-95 ______ 1000
appointment at the Baptist Churchat 47 W H. Smith ___-..__..._..--_. Turpentine Operator ____- 10-1-14 10-1-15 _, __ 20.00 J
Hampton and Theressa Sunday.He 48 H. C'. Wall ____..__._.. Agtt Great American In..Co.-____r 10-1-34 10-1-95 _._ .__
1 was J. R. Har- 49 M F. A L. Wigglne. __-_____-_ Turpentine Operators..,-.i ,_, _, __ 10-1-14 10-1-96 ____.- 20.00 J
accompanied by __ 10-1-14' 10-1-35 ____.._ 16.00 I
-a-- 50 Shell' Petroleum Corp ,___- Wholesale 011 Dealers -,. __ __ _"
rell, Jr.There. > 61 The American 011 Co ...____ Wholesale. Oil Dealer __..-____.__ 10-1-34 10-1-96 .._____ 26.00 J
will be at the 51 Perle Beauty Shop ,_____.._. Beauty Shop ":_._.__.....---1 .____ 10-1-14 10-1-95 ___.___ 10.011
e 1 e I / preaching 5.1 Powell Turpentine Cu. ______- Turpentine Operator ..._______-_ 10-1.34 10-1-96 _______ 20.00 J
Lawtey Baptist Church Sunday at 64 E. r... BlgirH __........_____. Physician ._____.___...._.__-r.--, 10-1-14 10-1-.16:\ __. _?... 10.011
eleven a. m and seven-thirty m.by 65 Standard OU Co. -.._________ Wholesale Oil Healer ..._.__._ 10-1-14 10-1-96\ __?.._. 26.00 1
a'MI p. 68 S. R. Johns. ?___?--____ ____ Wholesale Merchant.10.1.3410.1.86\ ___ ... a.oo
OFFEB Ne S1'n9r. the pastor Rev. C. E. Cutshaw. 67 Aubrey Frank ______. _,..._..r Real Estate Broker __.______.___ 10-1-34 10-1-15 ._ ___ 1000
AtL rivY OrRHMe.1Seuthen AEC r01 All persons most cordially invited 58 Uulf Refining Co. ... : Wholesale Oil Dealer.-_-,,._.___-_ 10-1-14.10-1-15 ___..__ 86.00 I
deed I leti..1. vye.l yea roa OHLT AorlaulluiUt. I ear r01 69 Mrs Katherine Andrews.-----, Lunch Room ._.. ._?_...___._ 10-1-34 10-1-86 _.___. 6,00
c.u.... Heal I Country Heae.1 OMT to attend., 60 Kay Bros. Show .._____.,____ Tent Show 1 day only....._......_.. 11:11-14 11-11-14 __u_ 15.00
The yea; I year I f 61 Ray/Bro.' Show __.._ ______. Hide Show 1 day only_..__.-___ 11-21-14 11-11-14 ..... 7.60
r..1e..1. van The Farm Taaraal.year al'O 8a Hlllroys Comedian ____,; Tent Show 1, day only .....,_______ 11-11-14 11-13-34 ._;.... 16,0n
MID THIS mwttAPEH, _s AND THIS MEWSPAPEI BETHEL 63 Starke Ice Co. __.__.I.______0.-1 Ic. Factory __-__._____..-______ 10-1-14 10-1-16 _u-__.. 1000
r..On Year Far On*Tear i= 64 Wilson Realty Corporation __' Real estate Broker ,._.....ow:.__... 10-1-14 10-1-15 ._____ 1000.
Irs. Ralph Gainey, Correspondent 65 Isaah. B.. Carlton .__---w. Peddler ____ _..__.--_ __ 10-1-14 10-1-15 World War Vet
ttitataras 66 F. C. Holllngsworth. -____, Real Estate, Broker ___ __..._ 10.1.34 10-1-33._ 11no
i Mrs. Ralph Oalney and baby, 67 Bank of Stark ._...?.____?_ Bankers. __..____..__._._.________ 10-1-14 101.33 ..._.__ UOO
Country 4'"' 6ft John A Walnwrlght .-.?...__ Agt: Firearm Fund Indemnity _... 10-1-14 10-1-US ..___..
g tkN11tA Mo CALLS Christine; of this section, spent 69 DeWItt C. Jone ..__......____ Undertaker ,_________...___. 10-1-14 10-1-115, Pd AIRrhua
i Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. 70 DeWItt C. Jone ..___........ Embalmer _______________ 10-1-34 10-1-15.. Pd. Ahtrhna
Into 'Griffls In Boatdraln. 71 F. W. Rosser ___...____. Lunch. Room .__.._._....._?___. 10-1-84 10-1.35 -_..____ 5.00
'' 71 Donald' ___... Life In ____ _
THIS a McQueen Agtt Equitable Co. 1-1-15 10-1-35 _____
,NEWSPAPER lW'1' We are sorry to report the ill- 71 Jnne Bro. Wild West Show. Tent Show _._.___?._-__._____ 1-11-15 1-11-X5 _..._ _.1000
ness of Mrs. Elbert Glover. We 74 Heffner Vlnson Show ..____ Tent Show ._._.?__-..?.,...____ 1-14-15 1-14-35 --,_-__ 150n
for 1 and 75 Heffner Vlnson Show ___?,. Tent Show _.__,-....-,__-.,.-.___., 1-15-16 1-15-85 _____.. Lion
year wish her a speedy recovery. 711 Heffner.A Vlnson Show _.._. Tent Show _......__________; 1-16-15 1-16-15 _..... 15,00
Miss Cherry Harrell was visitingIn f 7 Starke Dry Cleaners .-_-__-._. Dry Cleaner ......-_ 10-1-84 600
71 Packer of Florida, Inc. .....? Billboard.----v.:=::::.J: = 10-1-14 Itt-=t.c Duval J

3 Big Magazines Rising section Thursday after- 79 Bill Lunch Room ...-------' Lunch Room ......*.__._--"".--- 1-10-38 101.85 ___-.-- 5.0n
THIS NEWSPAPER oon. SO Mike Klondes __...________' Lunch Roonv AW ........_-:.__.__ 1-1-15 10-1-35, ______ 5.00

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gllsson and 11 John A. Starling ________?__ Meat Market ________.. 4-10-95 19-1-15 ______. 150
a for one full year 9 I son, Alford. spent Saturday night 81 Oar) T. Overetr..t.A..t; : EqultableLLife Ins. Co._____ 4-1-16 10-1-35 __..r......
...... 12.60
81 Bar-Brown Amusement Co._.__ Merry-go-round --- 4-16-35 10-1-9S
with Mrs. Jimmie Woodard. 14 Bar-Brown Amusement Co.:_._. 8 game*, devises&concession* := ',4-15-35 19-1-35 :=:T2::: : J

I And 4 Big Magazines Herman Geiger, who has been 85 John H. Denmark Furniture Co Furniture Dealer ...___..__-- 10-1-14 10-1-16 _?_... 10.00
9 8 East Stark. Funeral Home._ Undertaker _..______:;_____-_' 5-5-36 19-1-86 ._,- 7511
employed In the CCC Camps at William Show. _._..__-_ Tent Show __..,._____-_---__ 5-29-15 5-11-15 23.50.
1 1Il.IDelrom Calhoun'La., returned to his homeIn ;: :J. D. Peele __..__w., ._...__..,.. Peddler _________ 6-7-15 lt-1-lf World War 1'rt
Group A: 3 Msgasfaua. from Group B; 4 im all this section We i' Bennett Lumber Co. -__. --,. Lumber Dealers .._.._____ 5.1-la.. /0.t-Si ___-_ 1.60
Thursday night. 'L., R.' Kaluh .......I" ., Meat Market -.__?._.______-__,' 10-1-14.10-1.16 ._-__ 1100
welcome him back. 0M larry Beauty Shop ___ .:1_... Beauty Shop --...__._________.. 6-4-35 14-1-35 __-. ,_ 6no
Florida Amusement Co.- .._;... Ball Game .....__.-.,........__?-. T-11-1S 10-1-88 ___"__. 160
Select 3, 1 g Ralph Oalny was visiting Mr. 91M Florida Amusement, Co. _. Hall Oame _,.?_i-i _._-.,-..--?.. T.11-3S lt-1-85 ____-. 9.60
Any, Magazine and Mrs. Joe Crltf''". of Clay County I' Florida Amuaement Co .-....--. Ball Gains a...--:.....---raw-.-__ T-U-35 10-1-86 ___.._ '.60

From This .... g Sunday afternoon.Mrs. 'W..FJ. Middleton .___?___._ Physician .............._....M.,____ 10-1-34 -l-36 +-.,-__. 10.00
List sp..lop.vu, /tY1yas H. C. Walt ,.__......._;._ Agt. Klreman Fund In.. Co..,___._ 5-7-ad 10-1-86 ____
1 A '" w Cynthia Lee of this section: IIT ____ 'Agt. Fireman fund In*. C.....___ ,
r"... ..1 i..... Me. M. C. Wall __...________- 5-14-1S -l-85 --- --
Iwr --I t : f M : I. A. W._ Anderson ... ___ Garage j. ______ T-T-85 lA-1-31 ,
Isaac ..:: visiting her'daughter, Mrs. W. .. __ --- ---- 600
Hear C.d..a..l T-s ..... ern : .'Jsw 1k I' Register Motor Co. .__._._" Tire "A Tube Dealer ,_________? lA-t-34 10-1-38 .-----. )
CWI.No e ..8f .... = y.v : ::1 ..b .1 I M L.' Silcox.. of Starke, 100 Tnrode Chevrolet Co ..__-"_! Tire oj Tub Dealer '__..._?__ 10-1-14 10-1-35 ___ 8.00'.
caws Q.w.e .,,. ; ...:... ,.1w' .71.. M.Ja.... '. 1... 101 burdens Cafe. __.,_r.:,?.._... Cafe _.. _..."___..,__,,,__._ 10-1-14 10-1-86\ ._ M. 1000
11..01. /. w ,_ \\1otW. "\ ) 181 "..........;. 101 1>. 1'1.-Knl.ht ____-____..-_...-, Lawyer ----- --------,., 10-1-84 1o-1.9e _-..---. 10 0
r..low MOM (lee } yeafU s lh. HIGHLAND Lawyer .- .. .. 1000
M.lk.nlI l :-.c. 101 H.'V.Knight.0.____...___ ------ -?-- ---- 10.1.8410.1.16. -
M.<: Mea.aia feat ... :: .. ... .._ 104 Smith Garage .._.,.-,_ _.. Uarage ._..----_-_.________ 10-1-14 10-1-86 _. 010'0'
...... Clawl* I' yea.MeeeleaaM C.. (..,;) 8at N. MrraM. a + I k Was. M. K. Crewm, Correspondent 105 Smith Oarag ...._...?.__" TireA Tub Dealer ____.._._.w: 10-1-84 10-1-35 __.__.
,- ... If 1M Bradfont Cleanera Dry Cleaner ,________. T-l-16 10-1-35 ----- 1.60
N.... (..,.) I ...&.' .... ) 31r IL MiOyMUit is Edward Marry of Jacksonville- 107 Floyd Green r.rrrirmrm Lawyer _.._-__;____.,iIII.?_ 10-1-14 10-1-15 World War Vrt I
w .
r .. ;: lrralel. ., ,
.. wtYll ,
: 1000
( IDS Bradford Counts Abstract Co.. Abstracters ______.._ 14-1-16 __
1" .. 10-1-94
.... ?
.. c..... rk.s.4 d ...... visited relatives here Sunday.Mr. Tire Tub Dealer 1.60
SS' IN NrfI ..... 1w .109 J W. Andrew Jr7-...____ -r-----_-_ 7.1.76 10-1-as ..---
= .Mw' I:: k/WIN : : 'II'' ......+OR .e and MiL Carl Wilkinson of '. 110 B. K. Perryman _______ Lawyer ----..rare--..,___ 10-1-14 lfl-1-16 _______ 100 Ye''
...... .. ..... '. .. ,TIf":'" 1,. 111 0.0. Anderson .._,-___,.-r O.rsge ------- 10-1-14 10-1-96 World war
1" were
..... .... .i ..=... MtMke'. .s... 4 lx.lathwr acksonvllle weekend vision 111 .H. B. Priest..a___ lir..&. T-b--D-r--,sane.w.__ 10.1-14 10-1-36 ,___.._ 6,00
A yw' 7 aswyp.nltl..M. 1" Na.Ayrkiyi,=- _.'" 'A here. 111 Fed' --.--rt-.H-........_...,..... < -
tF : r lIP 114 T. Landrum _____..._, Lawyer .. ........------------- 10-1-14 10-1-15 1000
i \ McCormick -
TN. 'aCa.W.r1'. ad j i. t. Ilrl r;::.d'. ''a.>D Mt.alflthjl 1 I. F. M. of Tampa. visIted ; 118 Stern's Oarage .... UarageJo __w__.-__.________._____ 10-1. \ _-_ 10.00
.... '4 c'-tW.' I his grandfather F. M. Crews, 116. *. K. Wllaon -.-..-r., :; Agtt Jeffereon Standard Life In. CoT "lilji 10-1.15 .-
.'ROt3-Cant *M ef /falfevtof _...r TOA.aMr.aw.'Lt\ 7rtp ..418 ; ; N here *' 11* Torod. Chevrolet Co. _.__.-a Tire! i Tube Dealer' y-._.>.________ 30-l4a 10-1-14 .-....- 100
0' Tnu Sratj II JM. arti*. Only ewMIIMIM tat' ........MI., bti NNYy.... I. Sunday. 118 Sterne flarag. ___-.....,___ Tire! oft Tube Dealer --...___.__. re-1-Ea 10-1-14 _... 5011
........... ,. lw Clyde and Morris Johns, of Wa. 110 Register. Motor Co. _._.___ Tire *. Tub Dealer ._.,j..i..v__.: 10-1-13 10-1-14 --- 50""
........ 0.M........ d let- ..- eroak were visitors here ..111 Smith Service Station _....___ Tire A Tube Dealer .,...._,__?___.n._ 19-1-39 10-1-14 .- -- 500
........ Old Sunday.Mr. 193 ft W. Robert .--,:.._--__ Tlr. .A Tube Dealer .___.._.. lo.l-ij 10-1-14 _-- 600"
tar 1 I tC.hwi .!and Mrs. Albert Crew., of 111 H. B. Priest _u_._____ Tire Tube Dealer U._.__-.; fO.l-11 10-1-14 ---- Sao
124 .. Tire Tube,Dealer ___ 5 Oil
Jack onvl11e visited relative here Suwannee Store ------- .. -_ 10.1-33 to.I.U .---
y 12112S Bradford County Abstract. Co_ Abstracter.r,-_-r-__._ 10-1-91 10>1-14 ------- If/OO
'aam.DCIIKIl. I'-ekes Friday. Floyd ,Oran _.-.-, ._ _, Attorney _,t.t -_._._.__w-. 10-1-11 10-1-14 World War V.
=...._ pies.. ile.d )I 117 Lien tint ...._ ___ 10 0 t
: Mrs Effie Carter:: was a visitor Dr. O. 1. Haynear, ,-, ._______ 10-1-11 10-1-14 _
/ Co.. lI.. I QOftetHe.1I C Ollar Ifs, I DOTrNe,4wilfc to 111 .L. R. Kalch _____.___,..... Meat Market ....----......-w_..____ 5-1-34 10-1-14 -- 60
Stark. Monday. IR Albert Hartman ._____,_ Retail ___:___..0-____._____ 1-1-16 11-91-li -- 2000
eat ..*..... OM ..g.N4es d.nrxed a yeart .........' U Elbert Grtffla of Lauderdale IBSB Mra. K. Eo Aodr.wa ', _. Retail -;,._--,,,,..-____ 1-I-I6 11-1-lt ..--- 9400
r rein te 'rew paper returned to his 'hocne H. I. H..I. ----_..,.,w.-ri. Retail, ._______-.--__ -l-95. 11-1-15 .--- 70.00
Wednesday 4H6B F. n. C.rradlne ...___ Retail ___ ____. 1-1-1 ..t-15 ._..- .1600
after a week' visit here) with his I" W. A. Besrant. Jr. ___ Vendor (Pool / ...__.___ 1.1-11 12-11-16 _
H. B. Purvis _1J.____._- Vendor (Hriing"statlon) ___. 1-1-1 11-91-1 -----10.00
g Mr. Mrs. J W. Grif-
.t. .. I parents, and .. 7R C. a Harper __._.,-?-_;_ Filling StationFIlllnsT ____ ..,' 7-1-16 11-11-15 ._ -..- 100e
fls. IBtB R. J. Andrew. Jr ___ Station ___, ______-_ T-l-1 11-11-16 ____ 1004
1 / t Iueet.1T. Mr. and Mrs N. T. Green and Burton. Fine ._._..-.-.,..._ Filling Station ..__.____ 7-17-1S 11-11-1 ___.. 11"0
-... 'I.... I 1"11 lOB Ploy A Blmonton _.___.;.-___ Filling station ..-- ., -..-b..._ 7-11-36 11-91-14 ..._.
children' of Starke were visitors

S Tew .*! ftata her Monday.; w.. 11:.1.K cor.c.P.rrymaa: -Countjr_ ;Jud ., and C. A. Knight" ,'Tall: Collector of said County,. do certify tkfongoas >>

U Leroy Grlffl i of Maxville was a Given under our hand and Official Seal of A. D. !"".
: County Judge, this first day af October.
. . . visitor here :Monday. K. K. PIBJ\!: YUAN. CewMr Judges

C..,A. XMiaHT. Tax: Collector.I .

I Bradford nty High School Journal m

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-" _. -- ,-- .-.. .__ STAUKE. FLORIDA., FRIDAY.. NOVEMBER--. .---- -15.!-' loss NUMBER TEY' ,
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EDITORIALS SGHOOL Basketball Team Teachers To Meet
... Special ProgramOn ? DAYS By DWIG

J Starts Practicing Friday Afternoon
the Dest Interest of Armistice Day ,
to -
IIIfO'rd' "
Hid SCHOOL Armistice this \ The basketball team began Its The Bradford County Teachers1
ggipFGBp came year on Association will hold its
practice last Tuesday on our meeting
| Pat""", and Alumnae Monday. The Bradford County school court under the direction of Friday afternoon. November IS. at
t High School held their
ills memorial Coach C; M. Howard. two p. m. o'clock. The first forty-
exercises! on Friday as there waa There are twenty-three boys out five minutes or hour will be for

EDITORI'L STAFF no school on Monday. for the team. They are: Simeon business discussion. Then, the
A. W. Ander- Both the Elementary Beden- chairmen of the various
.pn.Chfet.-- depart- Phillips captain) Olen departments
... son. Jf ment and the higher grades held WwiT v0u ,e baugh (alt. captain), W. N. Johns, will take charge of the program

,.,ltor____Dorothy White their most appropriate programs GwIME FOt+r Lucian Alvarez, Winfred Hasen, and let their committee discuss

t1 y Editor, Marjorie Warwick: on Friday; the lower grades in the George Morgan, Chester Moody. S. any of their work or ask any

_Hugh Walter. morning and the higher grades in G. Denmark, Albert Crosby, Ed- questions which they think needs

::mrlal Editor __Mice Royester the afternoon. ward Bagwell, Don Hasen Ran- to be discussed.

Editor Marie Thede The elementary programs with 1AM dolph Quarles Artford Brown Or- All B. H. S. students will receive
JIIeDtary Editor-. ------ the exception of two numbers, was 1 tom' via Pringle, Nlram Wynn Ovid a halt holiday. That's the best

-_____ Eunice Williams fully reproduced In the high school ttOUtZ Lewis( Doc Walnwrlght. Ancll things about these teacher's m tings -
:.-- chapel exercise In the afternoon. : Flitch L. O. Jones, Seiber Moody, anyway I

-- This article covers both programs. i Tillman Hutto. Earnest. Dowling, .

LET'S TAKE STOCK After the opening exercises and John Torode. Raymond Plum Thanksgiving Is
mer is the team's business manager *
have to which were composed of the song, I
stopped Two Weeks Off
students, "America the Beautiful," theLord's 1
third of this school Bill Edwards Louts DAvie, Wilson -
Prayer and Flag Salute, ,
SrUfoMT It would be time the senior class presented their May, Ed Starling and Bill Thanksgiving Is but two weeks

ISLeD for us to take Inventory number, a skit, "Congratulationsto ljkC Plummer may become members. away and as you all know, we always

|!jJ d whether or not we accom- Peace," of several scenes, each i I' Coach Howard expects the first celebrate Thanksgiving herein

IZed anything. If we have, con- of which portrayed what we owe game to take place about one our school.
I good work; if not, let us week after Thanksgiving with either I I
we the other races and nations and why We, the program committee, are
I pal our shoulder to the wheel and we should love and honor them Waldo or Lake Butler We will working on a good Thanksgiving

I elf we can't make the remain- rather than hate and fight them. give you a complete basketball program In which all high schoolrooms

Iteof the year more beneficial The play was well given, Interest- schedule as soon as possible. will participate. We wish
I first part. If we have not To raise funds for necessary to have '
tea the ing and well worth while. The an exceptionally good program
I wa progressing In our school players were Joye Grlner Marie equipment the team plans to put for we will get a short vacation -

worn let us remember what Thede Wilson May Simeon Phillips on a play about Thanksgiving.Society at Thanksgiving, consisting

George Eliot once said There's no Elaine Wynn, Dot White, of Thursday and Friday of which

I,MOW UP the bill or standing Ruth Tomlinson, Alice Royster, we are Very glad.

I till when once you've begun to I I Raymond Plummer, James Hol- We hope that Jill will enjoy the

I!dp down." Failure is the only iingsworth, Vonda Inman, Mar- Mrs. T. T. Long-and Mrs. D. p vacation to the fullest extent during

I Hung that can be accomplished jorie, Billy and Elaine Marwlck. Carpenter spent the week-end in I the holidays but, however, not

IfUhout effort. It takes real ef- A repetition of the elementary Albany and Baconton, Georgia I In such a way as to get sick so
I fart to succeed, but It can be done. was injected right'after they can not do their school work '
Lea RetU Jeffords spent
I jo let's each and everyone' of us the senior number. the following Monday,
1 tackle down and make this school week-end at Worthington Springs, .

IJMT one that really counts.CLEANLINESS The first number was by the with friends. It III estimated that each ''of.the
sixth grade. It was a Pantomine Grace Andreu spent Saturday in
+ f w parr J 120,000,000 people in the United
of a soldier leaving home, the sad Jacksonville States
spend forty cents a ,year
parting between the man who has ItAtnearJ Dot White was in Jacksonville. for books. "*

When we hear the word cleanlier been called to arms and his wife ,' A KE.I\ Saturday visiting her sister, Etho- --. -
we are prone to think only of and children. The actors were lies White. It has been estimated that It

nUde things such as: our town dressed appropriately for this part. Elaine Wynn spent Saturday in takes <37 a year to teach a pupilIn

!lour school although these are of The actors were: Ruby Strickland Jacksonville. the elementary grades, and $143 '

lolreme! Importance they are only Jean Shuman and three children Government MeetIs Meet The SeniorsLast Presenting To You.. Vonda Inman spent Monday In a year In public high school '

1 1 part of what the word means. from the third grade. Held ThursdayLast B. H. S. StatisticsWe Gainesville. "
Next was a peace pageant by the week you met Louis Davis -
We should also be clean In our Joye Qrlner spent Sunday in cheeks
fifth The idea and Gullda Marie Thede. Look-
grade. given was
I thoughts, words and d e e dc. Thursday the third period, will give you a few Interest Melrose. .
that the nations of the world Ing down our list, the next nameswe Colds
I!Thought Is the most Important and the B. H. S. Student Cooperative ing facts about our school and Its Julia Tison spent the week-end
should be peaceful and loving. see are those of Earnestlne An-
I fundamental/ factor of, the three, Government held Its weekly meet- In Jacksonville.' 666
George Flynn, Comer Perryman, drews and William TheoplyhusWeeks students.
I Fever
house we have to first think beI luna Tillman was visiting her
Alvatlne Johnson Freddie Wim- Ing.The (W T to most of us.)
First we would like to tell
tore we can speak or act, Clean session was called to order grandmother In, Waldo, Sunday. lInt day
I thoughts make clean lives. I'm berly Alvin Coleman Sara Barefoot minutes read and approved, and We are reviewing Earnestlne that we believed we have the finest! Mr. Howard was visiting in Jasper I Liorin TAHI.RTS headaches

I we all want to have clean, Jimmie Grlffls, Lois New- the treasurer's heard. poetlcly for you. Forgive us If] the .A6 lank NOSH
we! report faculty in the state. A school can during holidays. 1 ,. In SO minutesShivering
pre and wholesome lives. One some, Nina Bishop and Earnestlne The most Important committee she Is judge too harshly In placesbut not and do If Dot Sapp visited in Lake Butler -
progress good work ,
Noegal were the players. we Just had to make It rhyme.
an not continually think dirty reports were by the First Aid during the week-end.
11II1 evil thoughts without It vitally Mrs. Hart's fourth grade put on Committee, who reported that they the faculty is not efficient. ,We Katie and Virginia Fug-ate spent

Meeting their entire life., It is a play next entitled "The Evils of were having the bed clothes in the EAIINESTINB have secured the following statistics the week-end In Jacksonville.

I V to us. What shall we make of War" It portrayed the gross over- hospital room cleaned; from the that we think wlll Interest you. Martlle Hemingway spent Mon
Dear little Earnestlne There are 317 high school stud- '
I lit lifer balance of the scales when the God Safety Committee, who reportedthat day in Gainesville. II

v. By 0 "Midge": of Peace and the God of War are they were making a safety On earth was first seen f ants.There ,, Ethel Taylor visited In Jackson- C
December Twentieth
arranged side by side. Needless, to scrap book; from the Pep Activities On are' 495 grammar school yUle during the week-end. "et.lr..we." ..
better. Mann Back there in old nineteen. students.' ....... .....-
THOUGHTS FOR THE WEEK say peace is infinitely that they had collected about Hilda Wyrick spent Saturday. In
I ..
Goodge and Fay Yarborough were ten dollars and bought a basket We have thirty teachers. Jacksonville N w I..1.rest/tlM.leeA .

L It Is better;"be on the Bate the main players. ball, etc.; and from the assembly She lived In Lake Butler until, Then Just considering ,the high Marie Thou ,was visiting In ":yN..:...

,\ side. Miss Kitty Hogaed's second and Social Program Committeewho At the age' of four, she went to school there are: i Gainesville Sunday. .ahem. -LwN..errwIr ......

\I1t A true friends will always grade children sang an "Armistice reported that they were put- Gainesville.But Seniors-43.. Lillian Stump Edna Pearce Dot ..-

stand by his companion in Day Song" and Mrs. Ritchs room ting on an Armistice program back she came at the age of Juniors-44 Bishop, Margaret Hair, and Frances

,\11l time of danger. sang a song also entitled "Armi- Friday.It seven, Sophomores. Lee Peek spent Sunday afternoon -
1p Pride always before the stice Day Song." but It had differ- was also discussed as to the A bright little girl with a will. Freshmen8. in Jacksonville
> goes There are 812 students in all at I
l fall. ent words and tune. best manner of keeping the audi- Lillian Moseley spent Saturdayand
3 t Familiarity breeds contempt, Next Mrs. Wainwrlght's room torium clean. It is a well known She then made a hop the present time In Bradford High Sunday, with friend. at the

'05.' U we tell untruths no one presented an original number, fact that downstairs and some up- And a three month stop School. I State Farm.

l will believe ua when we "Foreign Visitors," that was very stairs pupils are eating lunch in To the great big city We hope to present mora facts i i.. .

speak. good. The players dressed In the the auditorium and throwing Of Starke, the home of the witty. of Interest concerning the school Cards InvitationsAre

..-. national costume of various nations scraps of food and paper on the again, at an early.date., ,

IVtNTS' FOR THE WEEK visited and expressed friendship floor as though It were a trash But this little country girl, Ordered

with America. The players can! This Is to be stopped So ignorant of the ways of the JokesLittle .

,; OF NOVEMBER 17-22 were: Betty Hayes, Lyle Anderson The Government has decided to world The cards and Invitations are being ....:.

) Red Cross Roll Call Week Con Gloria Price Bryan Harrell take over the chapel programs as Went back to Lake Butler againTo Tony, aged four never ordered by the Bradford Coun-

tinued. Leo Cooper Roberta Whitfield soon as each room has put on one. escape from Starke, the city of beard any one ask the blessing at ty Telegraph. The total muraber ,

Monday, November 17 Carl Grumpier Bobby Blgga, Ber- Next meeting will be held next in. -uk I the table. One day Tony went of cards are two thousand nine .

< Girls Glee Club ta Lee George and Billy Blakely. Thursday fourth period.x t. with his mother to visit his grandfather 'hundred The total number of Invitations
t. presented --, he had asked the are one> thousand, three
Boys Glee Club. Miss Hazen's room But the seed had been planted, After with Chills {
Tuesday November 18. The Flag," and Betty McRae of TEACHER PUZZLE And it grew and It grew blessing, Tony looked up and said, hundred and five. Thirty-seven

t[ faculty Meeting. Miss Edward's room recited the My first Is in white but not in And at the ago of fourteen It "Dranpa, what do you read your students are ordering cards and >

o Thursday November 20.. poem "Flag." black, Back to the city her drew. plate for before you eat?" Invitations The students will receive Burning with Fever "

t Elementary Chapel. Othma (Sonny) Hayyes, Jr., recited My second is in hole but not in I their Invitations and cards '

Student Cooperative Govern- "America For Me," very crack. So Earnestlne settled down Husband to wife: "Dear, there Is 'the last, month of school.. San ?./!./for Malarial
i meat from Miss Strick My third Is In cow but not In something in my head." '-A .__
Meeting. well. This was And attends the school of our fair Don't try homemade treatments 1

,1} FrIday, November 21. land's sixth grade.At horse town Wife: "Don't be alarmed, for it $alesmanshipIsPut. newfangled remedies) Take that food old or

,J} High School Chapel. this point, the high school resumed My fourth Is In coax but not In Where writing notes and being (late III not brains." Into Practice Grovt's Tutelrts Chill'Tonic. Soon you

1TO charge of the program and force Are her bad habits and her teach -, will be yourself again, for Grove's Tole'i'
: CHILD IN "The Valley of the Shadow" My fifth Is In card but not In less ChIU Tonic not only relUves tiesymptoms "
OUR MIDST presented
ers bate.Earnestine A said toils me-; ;
three-year-old boy
Several .
of Malaria
"Let us set telling the horrors game, of the Salesmanship but destroys the "
the child In a poem
our papa, who was going to punishhis miscues.keeH.The .
wild but not In Clans obtained
IIIdst as of Miss Middleton' My sixth Is in some experience -
war by
our greatest wealth and and evils Lor- tame. spinach and conceited one-year-old little girl: "Papa, escaped school for several tasteless. quinine In Grove's Tstte-
"highest responsibility. Let us seventh grade. Mary don't you hurt my little sister, shealn.t .lees Chill Took kills the Malarial infection -
salt> the The letter, when untangled spell peopleDo periods and made some moneyfor
him recited
above Stockwell In
industry i above raine the blood white the Iron It contains .
as old as
tautness of Mrs. the name of a distinguished high not at all agree you. the basketball team, all at one t
above politics. and above Next Lillian Moseley builds up like blood to overcome the ;
111 Petty selfish thing that weak- Demorest's spoken English class school teacher. But brunette boys and football (41 hot last week, by selling subscriptions effects of the disease and dnt

a and destroy a'people. Let us read an article "Our Duty to Our Can you do it? If not the answer games 1 Minister (dining/ with family): of names on the Armistice further stuck. The twofold effect. absolutely
blow elsewhere on She always to see. Memorial that In the Tele- to tbs of
that the will be found goes "You never go fishing on Sunday ran. necessary overcoming
race goes forward Flag. ", last week Mslsris. Besides being dependable rem- :
through its eighth grade this page. db you Bobby graph :
pare of Almighty children. And the Mrs. its spokesman Jean Davis By J. H. B.Trashy And Earnestlne has lived here ever Bobby* "Ob: no Sir,". The boys. Bill McMillan. S.' 'Gf edy for Malaria, Grove's Tasteless Chill "
God settingby our through Tonic to also an eicelknt tonic of generaluse.
A.W, Wilson
MinisUr Anderson
hoe "That's
toward the morning 'let'us spoke for the unknown sol m since right Bobby. f Pleasant to take and absolutely
dedicate ourselves anew to the ser- diers. This number too told the Literature And never a dance, has she missed Now'can you tell me why you May Louis Davis and W. T. harmless.. Safe to'' live thftdren.'Get a 'I

lIet r and welfare of childhood wickedness of war. No she's In her sweet slxteens [I don't go fishing on Sunday?'", Weeks said it was Interesting and bottle tods?st any drug..... Now two ;

TT"1 of the Perkin's eighth grade presented his time And has never yet been kissed. I Bobby: "Yes sir. Pa says he exciting work. 'The excitement, slies--80e and If. 'The 91 siss contain ;
National Mrs. waste
"elation. Education American Creed,"" Why should one doesn't want to be bothered with they said was in persuading people 2V4 times as muck as UK SOc sass and .

-i "The all know. reading trashy books or maga- When we delve deep into W. T.'s me." that they. should subscribe.The gives you 3Sn" more for your ,.ODe f.I
should f..
which we Wouldn't it be much more
basketball team'received
{ that he Is Starke i a
L !: of Mr. Howard'sDinth. life W& find a I
I Different| TlRESTING ITEMS Mildred Warren"Armistice Day" : profitable, In every way, to spend boy who was born here on November ,Why Is a person with a sore percentage of the proceeds. e'OOT I,
[ pupils have been presented some uplifting _:-.a
** time reading .
bI T ;charge article en- ones 29 1917, and has since livedIn throat like a man listening to a SOAti --- (
of Griffls an IIIt"SORES
Julian book? .
morning exerr" 'or educational Answer to Teacher Puzzle
Miami and In Brooker the townin flab story? .
? acb morning in :Miss Budb8ton'r titled "The Perpetual Soldier"should, told I If one would only realize the which he now resides.W. Both find It 'bard'to swallow. Mr. Howard.
room. how we are all soldiers and harm done by reading trashy dir- -
! -. 1I'ra. fellow T. has attended the Bradford -- J
latching Hartroom has been rescue our country and our ( ty stories I'm sure there would not County High School all of his life Grace seeing her mother write
and mounting'butterflle.f This was from Mr. Beasey'sninth
read. ,
man. be so many .a on a postal card, called
except for one grade. message .che'stCOLDS- *
1et1olJas Annie Mae Pearce A section. to read some 0' J
has been grade can't expect
One W.T. likes to eat. Next, he says, :for an envelope saying. "I'm goingto '
Mrs. KIncaid who is Mrs. Beasley's eleevnth article or story and not fI/I.O.o- ;;
,1IbaY1I<1libly of Those It-It he likes girls and dancing. W. T. I write a letter. Mamma; but I it
absent presented "The be affected in some way by school. His don't want It to bareheaded like
Oe doesn't like studying or go 1 1I.
federal aevcnth grade reminds us of Who Wait.' (for their father, Is impossible. Would you drink bad habit Is biting his fingernails I.yours." !h. treatment .f o... '0; <|. j
one .. Lie
home o. .
IQ fa and state taxes If a, pu- brother or husband to come poison? This is what one Is doing .. i ort.e. .fflri ..JJa tb.A Ire Ceti
absent, he the war.) Marie Hinson recited reads this type of story. I .. fit '
Out pays two cents. from when one will tell the 1onu.ue.Ujrtlr on, I
week '
Next we: you
Shorthand Class
cent goes to the this number. nothing but polluting the Lou ill ins Nasshv .II'-.f ["it)/:
n-, Student Gov. One Is doing of the best boy In schooL gWChS ... R 11roa4l. :
:: ana one Is kept by the Next L. O.. Jones, tenth grade, one's whole system. Doesnt one story and Is Meets At School -' has a tw ola a..tID. Tires. ,,. ........ h t.I"'
cost of warn one's He comes from Georgia preparing Ito s tnf.etk. ........ It aide h.allns This
: rave facts as to the either build up or tear down Ie a.u.nl tam ts.ass.nt J
c Tbe I to become a preacher.The roe west '-1.
cber Seventh their men and money In a talk "What physical body by what one puts In girl for next week Is Doro- The short hand class sponsoredby VAPOR. a sr.. .- Horbr'.A.t/.ptn./; '"
rata .. B.ddeaear. Dr .. \
Mrs. other section -
+ erhi DenM> mower Price Glory? ; and the It or what one eats? This Is justas thy White. the F. E. R. A. and taught by Runner Oft la.oo4 for the ..._.....t ,j,
Way, tenth grade read us the with the minds. It dependson r boils' vsmbeStab, 10.
November of the true
eighth. :
Miss Sarah
Haynes meets
Ile i Hope tON r.<5. wbs have tried .v.rythlo. = '
fit following teachers have been "Letter to Women to Kill War, what la put Into It through WEEKLY MOTTOHe every Monday Wednesday and Cue sores and ......Moe .... 1ebl e. .to
: Mrs. Edmo d80n. thinking: So, if one skin ear set .* .... .y',
KIncaid. Miss Mld- read Patsy or
.IOf' by reading profits most who serves beat Friday afternoon at 3:30: p. m. and ll.l: that Dr.Parter's.1'r.
as Mre Demore.t Mr. and The next number and one of wants to have a clean, pure life, he at 7:30: p, m. The class has a dos .a tea Offbe.. Try this ""
JIn Beasley, by the special into It but Bunt for eon en a.f v.rt l'Ui. w>at >' .
.... Min Strickland, the best, was a lOng must not put anything A small electric beat gun has en or more members and studentsgo h ekle. ;'"
.Hazel Adkins. Mrs. l ferryT. Glee Club "Tenting on the Old that which Is uplifting and fine. been developed which is useful for forward as fast as they loan t'ry ben.Ieis/t \ Si. : Sea jHr bow-, .,,
ls I PQ,..... A.e
ka IUbstitutlng'Mia Middle- ,Camp Ground. By "Midge" thawing frozen grease in the auto- rather than as a class. rDI'... ." >HM S on ".;I

,, *(; Robert Benson to subsUi I In'conclusion Simeon Phillips and were mobile, driving Ignition wires and Mrs. Perkins, our Biology teacher Uaill- ."ns, 'rI
the tune bers of the audience .,. = ,,'
i ges.spryizeIls ,strummed Bill"his, guitar and three to other their faces red? Ask James Hol- spark plugs and'removing Ice from ,Is one of Miss' Hayne's best pu- .... -.,. II. t l-'
of "Lazy pils.
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;songs dedicated to various mem- llngswortb

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W. B. Bishop Addresses Mrs. Knight Honors their residence in eleven states'at BTe,7i of the Methodist- ---

Pineapple Souffle Recipe, Intervals during their fifty-two bearers Chul'r
Woman's Club Mrs. M.massaA J
Given By Mrs. MiddletonThe years of married life. Althoughthese Carl Johns, D. E. Knight p. Coil

The Hon. W. B. Bishop Speaker following recipe for pineapple very delightfulaffair, of the changes meant breaking Mitchell Wm. Norris J.
of the 1933: House of Representatives past week was a bridge party away from relatives and friends Torruella, Interment and 1.0
souffle, which makes a Was
addressed the Woman's delicious chilled dessert, was given Wednesday morning by Mrs.' Mrs. Carlton never complained.Her family lot In Crosby In
Club here afternoon on her home Call first interest was always the Cemetery
Wednesday C. A. Knight at on Mrs. Carlton
presented by Mrs. W E. :Mid! is
the subject of "Civics" In the sec dleton. Street honoring Mrs. George Mar. welfare of her. family eons Charles survived by i I

ond of a series of interesting meetIngs Pineapple Souffle nassa a recent bride. In 1923 Mr. and Mrs. Carlton son, Frank and tved. one gra
Loyalty SundayAt Intermediate League held since the club began activities ; and Fred came to Florida for Carlton of Detroit,
', 1 level tablespoon knox gelatine ,A color scheme of red and green the niece. Miss Florence ,
1\\ Baptist Church Members Have PartyThe for the new year last j was effectively carried out by the sake of the father's health. In Starke and two WoOd

month. of which this land which she loved so well nephews Nu.
/ yolks of three eggs use Japanese hibiscus and James niTlJ
Intermediate Groa-an.
>' The Baptist Church has deals members of the Although proclaiming that he grated rind:of one lemon decorated the room where tables Mrs. Carlton was to spend her de- I of Chicago

nated November 17 as Loyalty Kpwortb League enjoyed a was "not much of a speaker' Mr. 2 tablespoonsful lemon juice I were placed for cards. clining years. For the last two m m
Sunday. The purpose of this occasion .- party last Friday night Ritch.at Bishop held the attention of the 2-3 cups crushed pineapple Mrs J, E. Wilson holder of high years of her life she was In con-
home of N. T. and Tommy
club members he discussed stant discomfort. All
as Various that human REALESTATE
is to enlist the entire church N. T. Rltch and Emmett Per. H cup creanj score received a pottery vase and
t phases of his interesting sub- 1.3 cup wat rv' Mrs. Manaasa, the honoree was power could do for her was done,
s, membership In the financial program ryman were on the host
ject. He congratulated the club the debility due to advancingage
\t cup sugar presented a beautiful table lamp
The Budget and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman
of 1936. Weekly the party
on its fine building and Its effi- whites of three the hostess memento of was too serious to be over-
eggs by as a
this acted
;/ Plan which has been used and Mrs. Carrie Ritch cient library as being evidences of few grains salt the occasion come. The last week of her life IF YOU WANT
\ will be continued. Each member hostesses to the guests.A TO
as young
year commendable civic the I made
pride on was happy by the I
Beat yolks of and add presence BUY
eggs The hostess served SELL OR
:J is asked to come to the services variety of Interesting games a delightful RENT
part of the members. He also grated rind of lemon, lemon '.of a beloved daughter-in-law, Mrs. 1
? Sunday and be prepared to were enjoyed during the evening refreshment course to the follow SEE US-
complimented the town on Its Warder Carlton.
ti\ make their pledge to work for the I under the supervision of Mrs. B. beautiful streets and well-kept juice salt, and sugar Cook in Ing who enjoyed the affair with

ensuing year. At both service M. Montgomery. lawns. double boiler stirring constantlyuntil Mrs. Manassa: Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, The funeral services were held WILSONREALTY

time will be taken to secure the At the close of the evening lemonade mixture thickens. Re- Mrs. E. L. Biggs Mrs. D. A. Mon Monday afternoon at the Jones

:, pledge cards from those present and sandwiches were served Mr. Bishop was Introduced to his move and add gelatine which tieth, Mrs. H. C. Wall, Mrs. O., L. Funeral Home conducter the Rev. : CORP. ]
: audience Mrs. N. D. Wainwright has been water
soaked in for
{ry i Others will be visited by the trustees by the hostesses to the members by Beasley Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs C. B. Price of the Baptist Church
Sr. chairman of the civics about B minutes add
of the church during the com of the League attending the affair. pineapple Nat Sternberg Mrs. K G. Duncan, assisted by the Rev. B. M. Mont
committee. He was accompaniedto when mixture to thicken
begins ,
ing week. The church membershipIs Those members present were: Misses Mlna Manassa and Mary;
the Charley E. which has been beaten
meeting by cream
urged to show its loyalty to the Hair Frances Canova.
Misses Margaret ,
Kingdom work by being present atE Lee Peek Lillian Stump Ruby Johns Bradford County representative until stiff, and whites of eggs BOREE FUNERAL HOME

which have beaten
these services and make their financial Dampier, June Smith Lillian stiffly_ NELLIE ROBINSON Full line of Caskets & Undertakers.
The meeting was called to order also. Turn molds and Supplies
ti; contribution to the Cause of UToseley, Clara Flume Loryee Jntq Nellie Robinson 38, wife of N. J AMBULANCE SERVICE
Mrs. A. Z. Ad- removed
by> the president, chill. When' from mold
the Master. Phillips Doshla Smith Dot Bishop Robinson, died Monday at her DAY AND NIGHT
clns, and the regular order of business garnish with quarter slices of
McMillanand home north of Starke following a 53 PHONE
a Carol White Margie was opened with the collect pineapple and"cl errles. 53
S. O. Denmark Carlton Chas- followed by singing "America The Mrs. W. E. Middleton. prolonged illness of several years. O. II. BENNETT, Mgr.
of She was born and reared in Baker "A
tine, Ray Carter Daytona beautiful" and repeating the flag HOMELIKE INSTITUTION"
I It A. W. Anderson County and was married August
Beach Edwin Green -
salute, led by Mrs. L. D. Vining. '
RITZ THEATRE Inman Green Billy Long AlKay Announcement of a sectional 18, 1910.

STARKJB Carlisle, Buddy Bishop Emmett meeting to be held in Jacksonville Birthday Party Funeral services were held Tuesday

Ferryman N. T. and Tom- November 20 was made and all afternoon at Dyal Cemetery. EXCELLENT
Little Walter Silcox, Jr., entertained WHITE 1IOVSE
Rltch. Besides husband
her survivors
my are
PROGRAMBEGINNING members were urged to attend. for Cleaning
a number of his friends
-4 This meeting is to be with the five children: Willie Robinson now Silverware
FRIDAY Thursday afternoon November 7, In a CCC Camp at Forest Hill La.,
I W M. U Business Meeting Springfield Club and will be followed D
o'clock In
from 3:30 o'clock to 5
Alvin and Beatrice
by a tea In the Woman'sClub Margaret Evelyn -
1 FRIDAY, NOV. JST1I. I The regular monthly business building In Riverside. honor of his fifth birthday anniver Robinson, all of Starke; two Noxon

ifjl\ "Welcome Home" meeting of the W. M. U. will beheld The following names were presented sary. sisters Mrs. Pearl Thomas, and MILK

at the church, Monday after for membership and were Games and contests were enjoy- Mrs. Francis Taylor, of Macclenny, Clearer,
Janice Dunn-Arllno Judge noon at three o'clock. All members ,***, T;)v (-5.2 little guests and the .
unanimously! ftprjr Q y:jv.; .x:
SATURDAY, NOV. 16TII. > are' requested to be! In attend-I Matthews."Mrs. C. F. Ward, Mrs. young host received many useful' Perry Sweat, of Starke. 1/-Pt. Bottle '"' 3tallc'nsl7c |

ance. J. O. Godwin and Miss Kitty Hog- .
Uf'J'i "Hopalong Cassidy" I gifts.Mrs.. Silcox"wis assisted in look. CARD OF THANKS 19c NEAEEcONOMYAUIES 3 small 9c

William Boyd Music Club I sed.The following members were Ing after the pleasure of the young We wish to thank our many

to the Mrs. L. B. Silcox. friends in Starke, for the Beauti-
Music Club elected as delegates sectional company by
ynhf Sun.-Mon., Nod 17th18th.( will meet next Wednesday after-' meeting: Mrs. L. D. Vinlng Refreshments were served to the ful floral offerings and the many

.J: "The Dark Angel" noon at 3 o'clock in the Woman's, Mrs. K. O. Duncan, with Mrs. E following: Joe Ann' Silcox._ Helen acts of kindness shown during our GRITS 5Lbs. 12c

Club building. All members are L. Biggs and Mrs. O. L. Beasley as Bratley. Barbiira', Keen Wanda recent bereavement., ,

1 Fredrlo March-Merle Oberon urged to be present as an interesting alternates.Mrs. Pearce Shirley Montgomery Mar Charles arid Fred Carlton
,) e Herbert Marshall session has been planned. Adkins made a report on vin Montgomery Deana Pearl Mrs. Warder Carlton MARY-ANN-Fine Unbolted CORN

,<' the State Executive Board meetingheld Stuart, Norwood Gilford Mary Miss Florence Wood.
,: Tues.-W Nov. 19th and 20th MEAL 5Lbs.1Oc
In Lake City November 12. Mercereau Keeffee Pitts. .

: i i "The Girl Friend" During the social hour a vocal QF EMMA FLORENCE CARLTON __ --
} FOR SALE trio consisting of Mrs. R. J.. Davis CARD TIIANKS Emma Florence Carlton, 79 died FANCY BLUE ROSE-Whole GrainRICE
f1 Jack Haley-Ann Southern We wish thank all of
,l Mrs. D. E. Knight and Mrs. E. tQ our of a heart attack at her home here
Roger Pryor friends who so assisted 5 Lb 25c
kindly us
K. Ferryman sang "Buona Notte"with Saturday while working in her s.
; Two through the death and burial of
? MembershipsIN
Thurs.-Frlday, Nov. 21t-22nd. Mrs. L. A. Canova as accompanist flower garden. She was born August _-
our dear mother and grandmother -
't. 'Keeper of the Bees' and for the beautiful flowers 13, 1803 at Greencastle Ind., EXTRA TASTY-Specially,Cured:-Full Cream
Mrs. K. O. Duncan played as a and at the age of eighteen was
Edith Fellow*-Neil Hamilton piano solo the finale of the sex- and kind tokens. May the Lord married to H. W. Carlton then employed CHEESE Pound 21c

t if, Emma Dunn Betty 'FurnemCASH Starke Flying' Club tette from "Lucia De Lammer- bless them all when in sorrows at that town as railroad

and troubles. -
//ff NITE EVERY WED moor. *. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McKelveyand telegrapher. IONA BR ND-Tende>r 'Cut String-less
A, NESDAY. Those attending Very Refreshments of sandwiches and To this union were born three

;: bow Tuesday are eligible, for hot tea were served by the hostesses Children. sons, Charles Warder and Fred. BEANS 4 No. 2 25c

,::/ prism by leaving their name $300 EQUITYIN for the afternoon who CARD OF THANKS Warder died In 1D23 and the father cans

i with cushier Tuesday. TAYLOR CUBI I.were: Mrsa W. A. Bessent, Jr., Mrs. We ,wish to' express _our' gratitude I I died the following summer. IONA BRAND-MACARONI_
L. Mrs. T. T. Mrs. or
; D'VlnlnlZ'. Long. min
-- to our friends for their Mrs. Carlton came of excellent
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I. D.- P. Carpenter Mrs. "George: A.. kindness, and -IOr 'the beautiful stock a branch the White family SPAGHETTI 3 7- z.Pkgs. 12c

Anderson, Mrs. A."J. Thomas MrC'; flowers duringn.' the' Illness' and of,Virginia which emigrated to

F. F:' Stump, Mrs. W. A. Stern and death of our b>eloved son and Kentucky and later to Indiana. .

Mrs. T. J. Griffin.< brother. We especially thank Dr. She was reared In a 'Christian DEL MONTE SUNMAID

SHOESSHOES SHOESa.' Biggs and Miss,, Ollle Marr for home, her parents being pioneer Fancy YeUow Cling Seeded or Seedless

RISINGMiss their untiring efforts. members of the Baptist Church In '

Edna Lewis, Correspondent Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Futch Greencastle. In early childhoodshe PEACHESLarge RAISINS
and Family. became a member of that denomination -
Mr. and Mr-J"R.: spent
f' and as long as her
,, a. Thursday in Lake Butler with Mrs. MISSION HALL health permitted attended its ser- Z'/J Can

CLOSED-TIE OXFORDin Kelly's parents Mr. and Mrs. A. This week's Bible study at the vices. She was a charitable woman i7 3 ,Pkgs. 25c

L. Drlggers.Mr. Mission dealt with "Gifts and Re doing many kind deeds. Especially -

tirk' BROWN & BLACK and Mrs. Felix Sapp of Gum wards", and sing Gifts come to all' was she interested in the ,

KID Branch were guests of Mr. and without repentance .(Romans 11: I Orphanage at Benson Springs

Mrs. W. C. Conner Sunday. and I Carlton's duties and later
29)) therpothinglone can Mr. DROMEDARY Welch's Pure Concord
WITH- MILITARY Mr. and Mrs. David Paulk of do of one's self Jto'obtalnthis; : ? gift i his quest for health demanded CRANBERRY

i By Jacksonville, were guests of Mrs. of eternal life except believe and I I GRAPE
t SI.EN TIFFICK Paulk' parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter NOTICH OP BOND! JlJLBL"TIO"
receive-"TMrough grace, are ye
Notice In hereby given by The SAUCE JUICE
Underhill, Sunday. saved" so then .after this is done I Board of Publlo' Instruction: I of Bradford
3.95 Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby and Rewards must be earned if are County State of Florida, that
: any election will be held Saturdaythe
an on No. HCans Pint. Bottle
ii. children spent the weekend .In to be <<,Therefore... emphasis 14th day of December A. t.
Jacksonville with relatives. 11)35, by the' qualified elector who
this of the I
was placed on part
freeholder of Tax
ire Special 2 for 25c 18c
Miss Mildred Brown of Sampson ,
study especially! Much scripture School Dlatrlct Number Three of the
.JIT'S City, spent Tuesday night reference was treed and a clear I said County of Bradford: ; State ofFlorldato
determine whether not
11 or
THE TOPSTEPIN with Mrs. J. L. Underhill. conceptio nof a Christian's duty Haiti OlHtrlct will Jesus bond In the ,
Fred Halslop and R. W. Conner obtained.:, ; Hum of Thirty-four Thousand Dol. Grandmother's-Fresh, Plain or Sliced
A made a business trip to Fort this lau for the purposes net forth In petition BREAD 24-oz. Pullman Loaf lOc
., In learning duty "ConsiderIng calllne for vald election now
PUMP White Friday. file with the said Board of Pub
on .
Him Heb. 12:3)) it usually develops -
Mild Mellow Pure Santos Coffee
fV Ito Instruction In It* office In the
f In Mrs. Jack Edwards and son, of that the has become a
V aucr duty Courthouse: In Starke, Bradford 8 O'CLOCK 17c
Starke spent last ,week with her joy| to the really born again souls County. Florida and that said election Per Pound
BROWN & BLACK shall be held at the Mall
parents, Mr.' and Mrs. Walter Underhill FINEST
for "henceforth there is laid up for In the City of Starke In Mid district DRIED (PEA) NAVY

KID me a crown of righteousness which county and Btate. BEANS Per Pound 5c
This notice shall be published for
Elak Barnes is on a business
the Lord the judge shall
t : righteous four aucue.nlve week. In the Bradford :
BySIENTIFFICK trip to Dothan Ala. give me at that day and not to me County Telegraph a weekly IONA-WITH PORK AND TOMATO SAUCE

t only, but to aI..them.. also that Tax newspaper School published DUtrlct In Number said Special ThreeIn BEANS, 16-oz. Can 5c

love His appearing. Bradford: County Florida.A. FANCY SANTA CLARA '70-80 SIZE'
4.95 And More .Shoes An Inspirational testimony ser Secretary for Maid Board.W. PRUNES Per Pound 5c
vice was given in closing. There is C. MANNING

OurWalking always something new and differ Chairman 11-16-5--1I-13.of ealtl Board. SUNNYFIELD-QUICK COOKING

ent In the services and next week OATMEAL 1 % Lb. Pkg. SC
; NOTHING SMARTER will be this line. .PNCIAL MASTBR'S BALMNotice
TesttMoiiil l no exception along In hereby given that under
( / THAN Several new faces and participantsIn and by virtue of that certain final
decree of foreclosure and Bale entered .
"("4 RICK-RACK SUEDE the meeting were noted this by Honorable H. L. Sobrtnff ... SPECIAL FOODS
:'FRIENDLY" SHOES week. judge of the Eighth Judicial Circuitof H E I N Z
BROWN & BLACK Florida, In chancery.in In and for that r..dfordCounty. certain ,LOW PRICES HIGH QUALITY

CARD JHANKS cause pending In Halt Court whereinC.
KID When a customer(ours steps appreciate kindnessand I I., BtocHwell a* Conservator for (EXCEPT BOSTON)
I the
out in a pair of Friendlies we greatly Bank of Starke, a corporation in BAKED BEANS 3 12-oz. 25c
consideration shown cans
BySIENTIFFICK me by plaintiff and J. M. Reddish and Belle
like to know his feet look well friends recent bereavement 'Reddish MM wife, are defendants,

-in case he'.asked where he many and during especially my do I cane Master No. 487 by the said undersigned decree appointed Special SPAGHETTI 3 Cans 25c

got his shoe. thank Mr. and Mrs. John Hege.N. ., will sell, aa by nald decree direct (EXCEPT CLAM CHOWDER & CONSOMME)
ed. to the highest bidder for
4.95 Then know little J. Robinson. In front of the South door of the SOUP 2 Cans 25c
too we County Courthouse In Starke. Bradford -
points of fit- around the County. Florida, during the legal Fresh Cucumber Pickles Jumbo Jar 21c
hours ot sale on Monday December
ir? ankle across the instep help {lid, 193&, the following

s, YOU'LL LOVE THIS \ make him a satisfied customer. scribed: chattel. and premise, town KETCHUP Large Bottle 19c

J,5-, Stop in and see our new line. NEW All that portion of SWK of NE%
:CLOSED-TIE OXFORD' We have them in wingtips,- lying Butler 'P"I:of Lawtey and Lake TOILET TISSUEWALDORF
'- Road as now located
in straight tips and plain toes- SHIPMENT In Section 17, Township 17c
'P ? in black and tan. C South, Rang t! East and 4
? OF containing 2O acre, more or IONA BRAND
less; also: about i acre of Land SALAD
KID 'LOVELYSTREET In the NFl corner of SKV,, of, I DRESSING Jar 27c
NW (, of Section 17, Township Qt.
all of of NW14 lying
By East of the Public Road leading JUICE No. 1 Can 5c
s AND from Ralford and known ae the ,
Huck Lake Road containing' 8 SURE-SAFE
SI-EN-TIFFICK acre more or lea.. Togetherwith

r r ., EVENING'DRESSES menus the and tenement appurtenance, heredita thereto CHIPSO 3 8/2 oz. Pkgs.OUR 25c25c

belonging.Also OWN BLEND
,4.95AtEXANDER : One cream colored mare.

4.95 S bought year of old 1(i. 'W',.IIIJ't': :: pound head TEA %-Lb. Pkg.,

'of stock cattle one of maid' cattle ANN PAGE

&: ,In one marked ear and crop round and.hole under-bit In the KETCHUP 14-oz Bottle 13c
5 other and the other of the Said ,
r COMPANY' 5.95Alexander cattle being unmarked, together A. P. FANCY TUB or PRINT
with the Increase of a..l4. cattle
from and since th* |Uh-4ay of, BUTTER Pound 35c
The .. May l02f.! '"
.. E., K. PER H.u.

t' xct' Alexander: & ;Co.tt f. & Co. KNIGHT.* KNt.H".f.-I.. kuter.Attorney. .' A.: :& P. FOOD, STORES; ;
for PlalolifL I '
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Mr. and Mrs Paul E. Conovo B. L. Matthews Miss Hazel Mid- Miss Nancy Ktdtl of Richmond.Va. ERNEST FAKKETT KELLY I ;'

and son, Paul III, and their guest,, GNAT' l" dleton, and Mrs. E. S. Matthews ., was a week-end guest of her Funeral services for Ernest I
Mrs. B. F. Flowers of Ocala, visit sEZ: attended the meeting of the Flor- brother and sUter-ln-law, :Mr. and Rverett Kelly, 37, a native of Lake

Bits of ed relatives In Jacksonville Sun t..!:.=.J Ida Press Association held at Se- Mrs. R. G. Ktd.l. Miss Kldd Is Butler, who died In Vallejo, Calif.. l k,
day. bring last Friday and Saturday. spending the,-winter with her October 3, were held at the New
Recently would bo chicken
grandmother In'Hawthorne. River Cemetery near here Sunday
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fancier hAd tome difficulty with afternoon
Mrs. T. J. Gilflfn, Mrs. Carrie her flock ana wrote the Miss Dorothy Sapp and Miss -- widow
following Mrs C. A. Kntgnt, :Mrs. A. Z. Ho Is survived by his ,
L. cal NeW9 I Rltch and sons N. T. and Tommy,, letter to the Louise Snyder will spend the com Adkins, MI'.. O. 1* Beasley. and Louise Kelly, He was a retired '
spent Saturday In Jacksonville Department of ing week-end in Gainesvllla with Mrs. L. A. Davis attended the sailor, having joined the U. S.
I with Dr. and Mrs. Carl C. Mendoza Agriculture:: w" Mr, T. A. Steele and attend "FallFrollca" In 1017 and serving through ;
Boardof Navy
at the University of Flor
CONCERNING "Something is section four of the Woman's out the World War. Arrangements
OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN I wrong with my Ida. Club held in Lake City Tuesday were In charge of the DeWitt C.
PROGRESS R. G. Kldd of Ocala, spent the chickens. Ev- z "1 Jones Company 4i$
'past week-end here with his wife. !cry morningwhen lay Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright C. G. Priest, manager of the e- -- !r'',
I Mrs. Kidd accompanied him home I come and children, Patsy Bill and Martha Priest Five and Ten Cent Store A boulevard atop Lake Okee-

/ and spent Monday visiting In out I find two Jane, of Jacksonville were the hero, also Miss Helen Prather and chobee's levee la being dreamed of
... -MinnIe Brown of Raiford, Mrs. A. F. Saute and Miss LouIse Ocala. or three lying week-end guests of Mr. and Mra. Mia Maxine Noegel attended an In Pahokee. +

here Monday Snyder were visiting in Jack :on the ground J H. C. Wall at their Klngsley Lake employees meeting and luncheonheld .
tII visiting sonvllle Filday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd J. Green announce cold and still cottage. in Madison Monday, at the I A l-w;; ; yield nearly double h

of Lawtey, the birth of a daughter i with their feet home of Van H. Priest, owner of the amount of Juice If It la heated
iIrs, George Robert Rev. Fred Yerkes of Jackson Thursday, November14. The little in the air. Can Mrs. O. W. White, Misses Doro- the Priest chain stores. thoroughly before squeezing. Ji
avling\ here Tuesday.w villa held services at the Episcopal lady has been named Judith you tell me what la the matter" thy and Carol White, and Olin a
Church here Sunday. Claire. I After a while she received the, White, Jr., spent Saturday In Jacksonville Matthew :J. Winnie, Schenectady'': ,',,,' "
Yra O. Haynes Is here visiting following letter from the Depart visiting Miss Ethollne capitalist has purchased Winter )
daughter, Mrs. P. :I. Pearce. Maurice Edwards, of Lake City Mrs. C. L. Young, Mrs. Theo !ment: White, who la a student at Massey .rte Haven's Realty-Commerce build ,1"- I

fIIF spent the past week-end here with Tison, and Mrs. Julia Tison spent I "Dear Madam: Your chickensare Business College. lag 'r

Jr. spent Monday his wife and family. Tuesday and Wednesday In Jack dead." '.
Edwards.( 'I 10 lilt HOI.IIKII4 OK Itn.rr.fU11ill'1'S
visiting In JacksonvillBWolce sonville as the guests of Mrs. Karl I If any of you all have the same Mrs..M. E. Edwards, who spentthe ( KI.OIIII%. MOM ..t.'
rttr'n Gratton Cooper has succeeded Flores 'trouble you'll know what'a the past summer in North and r UK ndvleel that at 10:00 A. M, on j .

Johnson, of Galnes Gary Overstreet In his position s at matter with them. South Carolina, has returned here HIM will:umber opftit and 8n,1.riitiNMor 1;1MB. the M und.rsiwnei.nlMt off.r* ',
business visitor her the local Hart Furniture Store. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle, biro to spend the winter with her son- See Me for Correctly Fitted InK_ of IIIIAI>FOK1> BOUNTY HPI. ', t
;a. wU a John Perry Mrs. Jessie Mae! BeautifulSHOES In-lnw and daughter, Judge and 0ktsaea MUNtilNtsltOAUnuNlS. I 1.:11134. which orfrrlnita\'dated should: Jan.tiarv i

fUllday., Master Jock Griffla of Eustls, Blukcly, and Atlas Pat Lambe were! for LADIES Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. !h. .hl.-e".1 i l to the umlmlKnrit. Mad..
IIM liloiitiriod on the face of the nvMnpi .
u-TzTAdklna and Miss LoidID spent Monday here as the guest of visiting in Jacksonville Monday Suede Leather S. G. LEWISSTARKE with the following; worrtM!
In Jackson little Miss Sara Barefoot. afternoon. or Mrs. A. A Brown was'suddenly "()ff"rlnir of rtond. Unrundlnar .' ... h
$ were visiting $2.95 called to Bainbridge, Ga., Sundayto FLA. l>rr.rH must be firm for at Feaiit t nHtivii
: In orttwi to ba eon.ldered.Huard
rtiIt Fdday.gr. r Mrs. J. W. Andrews spent Wednesday Senator S. D. Clark, of Monti- attend the funeral of her broth.erinlaw 118 W. Walnut St. of County ComnilNHlonrm, r '
I T. F. Tlllman, who died llmdfoid County, Mlarlta, Florida. ,.
H. M. Richard wU In Baldwin as the guest ,at ,cello, was here this week, accompanying ,
i ?
and Mrs. The Latent' In .
sustained in
P front an automobile
week-end visiting friends her sister, Mrs. J. M. Oliver. I W B. Bishop, who spoketo injuries
L IpIId!Tallahassee.I the the Woman's Club Wednesday FALL MILLINERY accident. YOU ONLY GET W] AT YOU PAY FOR ,

rIra- ,'Misses Katie of Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs., John were Love guests Wilkes Sunday -, afternoon.:: $1 upA ,' Gary Overstreet,who has for the The Prices BeloQuality w Entitle You to H::;

)( Jai aFugate spent the past of Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- T. Frank Landrum, Dr. J. W.. past two months been an em- P:lus Service t r i'?
glYlrg of the Hart Furniture
Jacksonville as Upnu kins. Brownlee and Milton Brownlee and I
_-end in Large A".ortm..ntLADIES here, this week
of Mrs. A. I. Spencer and SHOES transfered by that to
i Eva Fugate. Mr., and Mrs. John Godwin 1 1the ol a week-end fishing trip on their Lake City store.company SUITS, 2 or Piece _____ __ _______________ .__ .. __ SOc

!State Farm spent Monday here Smith Lake. Oxfords and Drrm TROUSERS ________ _____._...-_____________ 25c
of Mr. and Mrs. H I -----
as the guests and children $1.98 Mrs. Huldn Corpenlng spent O'COATS ,_ _____ ___ __ 65c
Mis L. E. Moseley, u -------------- --
[NT A WORn[ C..WaU. I I L. E. Jr., and Edna Mae, Sunday In Hugh as the guest of DRESSES ____________._______________ 65c and Up 2 t,
T. A.
her Mr. and Mrs.
Dr.. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll ol I I spent Sunday and Monday at the Cool Weather In IsereSWEATERS Brinson.parents Little Miss Snookle Cor LADIES' ___________.__ 50c and Up
week-end i State Farm visiting Mr. and Mrs. COATSLAU
Jacksonville, were guestsof i .
COLUMN F.1, penlng Is enjoying a visit there ']NDRY ; .:.
Mrs. Carroll's mother, Mrs. Volly Manning.
I! For the Family with her grandparents. FAMILY FINISH ? .. 4c and 14c Per Lb. !
uwsALE-Thanksgiving lurI -I I' Dr. H. B. McLendon and Mrs. E. 98c Up Misses Lois Adkins-, Lois- Long, WET WASH _,- __, .. __. _,_ -_. 6c Per Lb. qF ; rxv ,

tew.. See C. W. Wilkes Route Jack Bell of Gainesville, spent I's. Matthews were in Jacksonville\ Dorothy Swanbom, Marguerite Work Called F>r and Delivered
Sake 11-1152tp Sunday here aa the guest of Mr, I.yesterday and were accompanied Our Dress Department is up, to Prevatt, Evelyn and Marjc.'le
M. Edwards and Mrs home by Mrs. McLendon and baby,, date-Dresses $3,95:" up. New and
Stump, all who students at the
I are
nutf limey SALE-Woods Wakefield Cabbage Select plants Early, Jack Bell. II Scary Jeunnette.. up to date Coats priced from $695 Florida State College for Women, STARKE DRJUNIUS Y( CLEANERS

0 per thousand L. A. Browser INSURANCE-We: can save you Mr. and Mrs. William Norris had up.Doublo voton \\eilnernliiy and Friday spent their respective the past week-end homes. here at M. SMITH ,

Fla. H-8-21 20% and on convenient terms aa their guests for, several days on the bicycle. $ au
Absolutely sound protection. Wilson this week Mrs. Norris' soninlawand '
lkeneld cabbage plants now daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. STERNB'ERG'SStarke ,
varieties soon. $1 Realty.
I other
ready; Price of Quincy FLORIDA 4
r thousand. 5,000 and 10.CHX Homo Ground
A. J. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Chastlne TIP TOP GROCERY CANE
In proportion.
cheaper G. H. Mrs. Florida
i iE tf spent Sunday in Gainesville as the Dr, and Mrs. Lowry ,
m. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chan- Norman Miller', and daughter, Sandra MEAL

SALE-Centrifugal pump, cey and family. also Mrs. Alvema Dean were Mrs. E. E. Canova Mra Emma O. II. NASWORTIIY, Owner and Operator SYRUPGallon 1;
I Complete with belt. Also SOC visiting in Ocala and Silver Canova, and Miss Mary Canova
j capacity Incubator. See m< Gerald Middleton was able to bout Springs Monday.. spent Sunday and Monday in Au- 5 Lbs. FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIAL ; fR%,

t, Canova's Pharmacy. E. R.It for the first time yesterday, burndale as the guests of Mr. and
after injuring his hip In a fall several Jack Pitts of Norman Park. Ga., Mrs. O. N. Canova and family. PRICES NOVEMBER 15th and 16th
weeks ago. returned to his home there Tuesday lOc 1 4 5 cFANCY ,
ONS GenuineImproved 1 after visit here with his ,.
a Col. and Mrs. :I"U:: Futch returned i" ,' t-
I Karyland Missionary Strawber I Mrs. Louise Kelly, of Vallejo, !' brother and sslter-ln-law, Mr. and I to their home.in peLand Monday .. ,..: I ..

f Flint $180 per thousand fob I Calif., spent the past week as a I Mrs. J. H. Pitts. after a 'visitor* with Mrs #
berry Thurmond" "' Farnharry guest of her aunt; *.tMl.,Wiley.Kelly Futch's brother-in-law and sister,, MEATS FRESHPRO UCE )
Ala. at New'River. Mrs. Ernie Dowllng; and Mr. and Mrs H. L. Brownlee.
tilo Hemingway, Ernie, Jr., -
t SALE-House and two acres --- Frank Heming- REAL SWEET TENDERRUTABAGAS 4'
| mod Twenty-one bearing Sat- Mrs. Tolbert H. Black of Gainesville Billy Dowling, and friends In Miss Margaret Neff, of Miami,, WEINERS, Lb. ...- "' -"' -- ,20c '
1 orange trees and ten pecan was visiting her parents Mr. way, Jr., were visiting. stopped here Wednesday with Mr., REAL TENDER Lb T_ 3c Irry
i Also small grocery business and Mrs. T.'N. Kendrick for several Gainesville Monday.Mr. and Mra. E. S. Matthews on her FANCY YELLOW, i ,

I reasons for selling. Will sell days.recently. !I and Mrs. L. D. Keller and way to Jacksonville to visit her LOIN STEAK Ib. 23c ONIONS 3Lbs'lOe
Ed. R. Neff. The Neffa are
M. L. Johns, New River. father,
p the weekend +
If Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perrymnn son, Leo: Jr.,in spent Jacksonville.past Mr. former residents of Starke. While CHUCK STEAK, Lb.__12'/2c SUN KiST FANCY ,
Emmet and Comer, also visiting Mr. Neff was county engineer.
I Alvarez has opened up O and C. L.sons Stockwtll were visiting in Keller is employed by the Merita LEMONS, Doz. ,_ 15c i i'APPLES '

11 1 appreciate Barber Shop patronage.at Depot and IIHotlce 3 Jacksonville Monday. Bread Company here. M V ROUND)STEAK Ib. 20c h t
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Carnell and Doz. "",___, __ ,25c ,
[ -Because of a large sup- Mrs. J. B. Sapp, Charles Miss Dorothy Sapp;, sons, who have been visitors at GOOD STEW, Lb. _,_ lOc DELICIOUS i

"1 of our own meat, we will bHe < Sapp and Master visiting the home of her parents. Mr. and REAL LEAN

persona to cure after any November meat for out 1. spent Mrs.Monday T. A. in Steele.Gainesville Mrs.their F. A.home Scott in, Oimond.returned Sundayto B.Cleans Se They the Properly Blood HAMBURGER Ib. 15c A APPLES 3Lbs. 10c}

I A. F. ,
Chapman, Superintendent -
I t Florida State Farm. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight spent -Beatrice and Lillian WOUR. kidneys rteomUndy. filter.. E i'h'i
the past week-end In Hilliard aa Misses and'loried I Ing wada matter'from the blood EFROAST Lb. 16c SATSUMAS Doz. 1 lOe ,
the guests of Mrs. Knighfa mother Moseley also Misses Myrtice visiting tt- im. But kidney ometimn l lag in __ .,_.
Kllllngsworth were their wotk-do not act .i nets In.
1JtDon't I Mrs. James Sheppard.Mrs. at the State *
friends and relatives t.nded-fail to remove impurities that 4
I and son Farm during the week-end. poi,_ the system when nUlntd. SILVER KINO GUARANTEED 6 LBS. 12-LBS. 24-LBS 1V'
W. L. Andrews Then you may suffer nagging back
Ronald,' spent Saturday and Sunday and-Mrs. G. H. Bennett had ache,dliiln.,scanty or too frequent V',i r Ali
as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. the week-end urination,getting upaf night,puffiness FLOUR 24c39c79cR08EUALR
Guess In Alachua. as their guests over under the eyes/ f feel nervous, rninrabU ,
ButKnow C. H. Douglass their son, Stanley Bennett, of -all upi t ,
several Jacksonville and their nephew, Don't delay? U.. Doan'a Pill.
t Mrs. L. C. Ray spent Hudson Turner, of Wildwood. Doon'i arc especially for poorly funs
days this week In Jacksonville Honing kidneys They are recommended
sisters, Misses Mollie, by grateful Men the countryover. ;
her Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Miss SLICED- 2yl CAN ARGO TCNEEU NO.2 SIZE CAN v '1
Allbrltton. Get them from any druggist

I Lillian and Carter has returned- to his ledge visiting( Middleton relatives in spent Jacksonvilleand Monday PINEAPPLE: 20c SUGAR PEAS 15c r

Ray after avisit also were guests at the seventh DOANS PILLS ,
Whether the "Pain"Remedy home In Daytona Beach birthday party of little MlasMarlorle ii
( here with his uncle and Sue Middleton. LARGE BOX KITCHEN GOOD,HEAVY p '
[ You Useis Mr. and Mra. H. A. Bishop.

t SAFE?' Mrs.-Smith-Denmark and Mrs MATCHES :xs9c BROOMS ,

,I ., T. C. Chastlne spent Thursday In @ {fJ '
of Mr. !
St. Augustine as the guests 5-String __ _, 30c
) and Mrs. John H. Denmark.The '
Don't PRESENTS1Lefreshment
Own .. Woman's Christian, Temperance
or Your
Family's wll hold its weekly -
Union Time' ALBiRT
I ill.Being!l to ,Unknown meeting with Mra J. T: Quigley 12c

1 1 Preparations on Friday at 3 o'clock p. m.

'' : has returned IN THE HOME ON THE AIR Can __. _'. 'lOc 1 ist
filE pe"on" to ask whether the Miss Myrtle Strickland

taro, onLyou or your family to her home here after her a NOBLE PURE CREAMERY FANCY PACK NO. X 8IZK CAN "
I the relief Madison with RAY
.rffl8tor of headachesrelUlarly months visit In '

iIIIIl*GOClor.-UM Ask him? particularly is your brother, Broward Strickland.R. and His Orchestra BUTTER Tomatoes y
BAYER ASPIRIN. BrooksvUle, spent of tar.
lit L. Priest of with supporting cast ,
will I ,
tell bu k ,
you that the with
of 'Jor. the past week-end here Pound ,_, 33c
I' and
dleer rdviised brother and sister-in-law Mr. ; '
hvre'n i '
and family.
52k Dhysicians*.>bad for the Mrs. E. C. Priest NAVY NORTHERN
y \I and food' often.for hought for the II heart you' Miss Beatrice Johns, Carlyle BEANS, Pound ._ ____4c I BEANS, Pound __..,______ Sc'' S a a 4
role relict. John Inman attendedthe
huu ; Utah, and Circus In NO, yi/t CAN iftl
+1 Brothers
]ha Jorfeamdhods rate Bayer Replan fir Jacksonville Rlngllng Saturday evening. SALTINES 1 Ib.box lOc ) TABLE PEACHES 15cCLABBER
..tbef?,the (relid' of. headaches'IIIc i .
In. ,
of rbe studentat .
\ "natum. neuAspirin- Leslie Bigg, who la a '
o!mplUone! of.user And hue roved Stetson University, spent the DRIED hRESlt rRENJI .d
tiff f tor with his pa-

1 the..n average/your own penoD Warps' to us.t1 ,...,, past renta,week-end Dr.and Mrs.here E. L. Biggs. PEACHES I RAISINS PRUNES MILK r

1q s alley GIn gel GeDuiDe Bayer Mrs.' Jeanette Kincaid Sunday returned after a EVEBV WLIDNESDAY IVICtJITCOLVMDIA Pound 12/zc 2 Pkg. 15c Pound 6c 3 Tall,17c
drug store--.imply to her home here
'tEa! ASrpl by ita full game. reeks visit In Tampa with her parents 1tETIVOII/C ill N

tedothll. Make that It a'lilty0U Mr. and Mrs. A..C. Durden. STATION WI1T 9:30 E.S.T. HOLLINGSWORTH'S MILK' Pint" : 7cJ Quart 12c
want'nd HI you
Members of the Woman' Missionary COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.

Yet Society of 'that! Methodist I '"Slarke Fla. Pl" neCOCKOU GIRL BAKING POWDER, Can _,_...,,_,..._-'____? 9c ,, '
meetings Tuesday .. '
Church held study t a.1l4iz.OIM
,and Thursday afternoons aitbi Rt-iox a MOM[ '
church, the book being studied is am nut; ax; a mowa MI V
",, ,
-.. 'r1 ,wa*."That,Other AmeriCa (


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,- industrial el.ctlo'' --
Domestic 'and inS! Seth
-. rn rates in Florida are reported in a pear of'you for fail,,,. 10
fjj ,
[ It i la ORDERED
Economic Highlights i U. S. survey, as of January 1. be pUbliShed OnCe a thAt thlll N
con..Utlve. w. k tD..
1935. we..k.
Industrial News Review) County In the Bra'i
( Telegraph

FARMERS SECTION L I II I LIVE STATE NEWSNews NOTICE!M"i."TE"hereby'" SALE given that' under County ing general, Florida.eircuIttioi,n ,"" I,) lirad) '

I This 80 day nt .
and by virtue of Final Decree O'ti. ,
II.pp.oln. That Affect the Il.... of foreclosure made anti renderedby A. ..1.Clerk. TI/OlIAS. 10'
Conducted by Demonstration Agents Palls, I ... .f Rrr I-dl-rlil-al-IVa- IJra.Uord '"
of the Circuit Court of the
tlo... ..d ........ .... Preklema 8th Judicial Circuit of Florida, In ,,11.1-1-15-22.88 County, 'lorh''
separable. From. Local w."..... and for Bradford County In Chancery -

_. --. dated November 7th 1B3K, In OIIUUH OF PI-HI HiTi..1wssBSSair -
M'.t- ....._ L1"- ill iii 4iI i Ii --- I that certain cause therein lately .. :
No depression year has seen pending between The Federal LandBank to
1 of Columbia, Pjalntlff.) and T. .
U RURAL such sustained improvement in PETTEWAyVILL RUN IIUGE PANTHER KILLED C. WillIam U.orB'e'T.venn.r and Weller whose place of lIIah.1; \
Hints To Housewives .business as 1935. In other year. : TAMPA-Judge Raleigh Pette- WAUCHULA ,The King' of wife. Adklne Mm.I ,deorge Defendant Tavenner,* the, and undereitnid MK. -. of Bmlonton! Complaint Pennsyivanln has been thai "

COMMON SENSE since 1929. there were substantial way, of the :Hillsborough County Hardee County jungles Is dead. \ who wan therein appointed you In the Circuit Court fU.t Of Brad*'"

criminal court has announced he This king roamed the woods in the a* Special Master In Chancery. to County certain, FlorIda In Chnflry In ,
from Home Demonstration advances, but these were followedby execute the came, will, on Monday cauce .ntlUEtI The ,
Weekly By SPUDS JOHNSON would: seek the Democratic nomination shape of a huge panther or wild- the fith day of January, 1K38, durIng Land Bank or Columbia Fod
tion Specialist, Tallahassee recessions that took us back to for governor next year.PROHIBIT cat, measuring six and one hal: the legal hours of Kale, before the versus tendant E. B. ShlpnlQn, Et at, "
extreme lows. This year practi- and 123 Court House In Starke, Florida, nail to foreclose a ?\dortt
feet pounds.
HOME DEMONSTRATIONWORK > long weighing to the highest. and bent bidder, for covering the following d..r
cally every branch of commerce viewed the cat lands lands e tOnI,, lying
Those who large the following dencrbed! .ud behl
SEAFOOD BRINGS BROADER and trade has made and SEINING :rt"h"t ; llradfordCounty Bradford County,
big; gains surmised that beef lying and beingIn Florida to... ,
Shrimp and oysters are popularat VISION TO FARM HOME has held them. One of the most SANFORI>-The fresh water many young Florida to.wlt: TP.NE ..., ot South 8E'4' of HEl s..ttoo
In the R
been utilized monster's 2a
this season of the year and authoritative business magazines lakes and: streams of Seminole cattle NW% of SEU of NW%, .' and flJ J ; ..Est (Lot
search for food. SEW! of 8WV of NW% tlf Section N' i ,
many housewives are seeking new Home demonstration work has forecasts that during; Novemberthe County will remain closed to sein 21, Township S South of 'lot or MWI SW VT-fe /j.ncr",

and better ways of preparing them. been conducted In Florida for 21 Industrial barometer will pass era Indefinitely as a protection to I C Range 22 East.I..Containing.. 10 tlih6 tI.( ",' "23 yiNo. ,

The following recipes are suggested years and rural women-many urban the comparable period of 1931 sportsmen, who recognize this LEE GETS ORDERTALLAHASSEE with acres the, more appurtenances.or Said sale No.. 58 and Smith.part Man of Lots. No's? ,

by the State Home Demonstration when conditions were much better county as among the finest In -The Supreme to be made pursuant to said Decreeto In all 85 acres more' ) COntah' ,
or lee..
too--now look It and cost..
women, upon satisfy the same
Department. than in 1932 1933 or 1934. Florida for bass fishing., Court has awarded a writ of mandamus E. K. FERRYMAN. THEREFORE YOU it,.. ",,
as an Indispensable part ,of-their J. M. oulr.rt) to appear Po the i-JiT
requiring Comptroller A. Special Master In Chancery. nil I
Shrimp Here Is a digest of business Complaint ao tll. l
activities. Home demonstrationwomen Lee to proceed at once with issuance ll-16-5t-H-13 th. 2nd ne"nl You
of this crusca- day of
The popularity changes taken from a Business SET AT 15.000 ACRES "' 193&,
cean is growing rapidly,and It is are learning to utilize to Week chart. Comparisons are for JACKSONVILLE -,Walter F of licenses for slot machines.The SPECIAL HASTBH'S 8AI.tQ the otherwlHe.Court House a Decree In $tnric,.., 'I"I..rl
Notice is hereby gIven that Under I.rr <',
sold by most seafood markets either best advantage all materials at the first nine months of 1935 with Coachman, secretary to the Florida Court said Circuit Judge Atkinson and by virtue of that certain final will b. entered against .."tl for'hI"I,
cooked and peeled (ready to the first nine months of 1934. of Miami, who recently decree of foreclosure and sale lire Appear.
said that
make from ship canal authority
band op.
they money IT IS I
licenses entered by Honorable H. Scoring that
an injunction against Ibis! v,
eat) or as "green" shrimp. The feed their family % Up %!:J'n tlona had been 'excised on about granted as inane of the Eighth Judicial Circuit be publlHhed One. a svselt for "

latter Is not cooked and the shrimp craft articles, they Steel Production ______17 __ 15,000 acres for1'the canal right- did not hare jurisdiction be of Florida in and for Bradford consecutive weeks. r,
farm'freahand Court County In chancery,. In that certain bounty Telegraph a nsttVpn"
bodies are covered with a thin with products of the Automobile Production.23 cause the Supreme already ,"
of-w a y. Approximately 60,000, cause pendingIn said Court InS' w"neral circulation In liradr( ;
shell that must be removed before preserved, they Improve their Construction .___.___ 1 acres will be required for the right- had held the law-was constitution- wherein C. U Btockwell as Conservator Cointy Florida.Phi. ,
al. for Hank of Stark., a corpora 17 day of OotIor. A, D
cooking. homes and surroundings with (Residential construction show of-way he added. tion ,I. plaintiff and J. C. demons (OFFICIAL EAL) II

Fraich-Frlrd Shrimp available materials ana ed a gain of 80 per cent but this .5. C AlMn known n .. John tl' demons. a A. J. THOMAS
widower, and Laurlce I demons Clerk Circuit Court
1',. pounds green shrimp clothe the family attractively and was slightly more than offset by TO LICENSE MACHINES MIAMI MAKES PROMISE a widower are defendants. case 640 Bradford County Fiorlii10-IS-St-il-iS

2 beaten eggs :well with Inexpensive garments.It declines in non-residential public ORLANDO-The city clerk here MIAMI-This busy resort. work the undersigned Special Master sell by

Juice of 2 lemons Is noteworthy in Florida that works and utilities construction.) last week Issued 'more than 180 ing night and day to wipe away said by I satd decree decree appointed directed, will to the high-{ as m THW rincriT IOIHT

Salt and pepper had Lumber production _... 1 slot machine licenses and also issued the blemishes left by hurricane est bidder for cash, In front of the TIIW EIGHTh ..lllIli !. fl
crumbs no single family which has Elec. Power Produc._._ 8 South door of the County Court CuT OK KI.OHII \. l\ V
cracker is
Sifted "skill"macblnes. winter
for forty-nine winds its front
permits on shiny FOIL OttJ
the benefit of home demonstrationwork Starke, Bradford N't': : ) (01 HV,
Cooking oil or fat for some time has been foundon Factory Employment __ 3 .> The operators paid $19 determined to make good the promise ;I".1..n! ; the legal : .ntll PENINRUr.AH(' : .

Peel shrimp, wash, and remove relief rolls. That Is something Factory Payrolls10 each for the "one-arm bandits" and: Its civic leaders made to the the sale on following Monday I : described December 2nd.premisesiltuate 1936. COMPANY NAVAL STORES

sand vein. Place them In a bowl worth thinking about when con Silk consumption...... $5 each for the so-called "skill" tourist world: "By November 15 In Bradford County Florida, a corporation

with lemon salt and Wool consumption __89 l- Plaintiff
juice It
pepper machines. wouldn't know happened. ]:.ttl18
you V.
sidering the value of home and W4( of Lot 17 In
and allow to stand for 15 minutes. stration work. I Cigarette CigarConsumption The promlse'referred to the storm :Woodlawn, being In Section 81, n. A.-'WEBKS. et al.,

Heat cooking oil 380 to 40 degrees ...____ 5 MUST PAY WORKERS of last Monday which came out of Township Five South. Range 22Bast Defendants.WOTICM .
Women who are privileged to engage containing 15 acres moreor OK M"1'n' 8"'|..
F. Dip shrimp into the beaten Petroleum Products JACKSONVILLE Works and season to find Greater Miami polished less: and Lute 81 and 82:. In Notice la hereby give' that uu,

egg and then roll In crumbs. Placea in home demonstration activities Consumption _______ 5 relief officials have decided con. and waiting for the winter said Section_ Township andHange and pursuant to and hv virtue nf
authority vested In
into well oiled become enthusiastic about Hard Coal Produc.__ 11 known as Woodlawn, all the iimlnri-lK
single layer a frying ? tractors excavating the crow-Flor rush. abbuttlng roads to remain opento Special Master by that certain FI

basket and cook for 3 minutes. .hem. One woman said recently Soft Coal Produc....... 0.1 ida ship canal must pay workersthe C public travel; together with Decree rendered on the 28th da:
"When I joined the home demonstration October 1935. In and by the Cl,
the tenements. hereditaments,
Scalloped Oysters Machine Tool Orders__88 day they report for duty. It BISHOP MAY RUN and appurtenances thereto belonging Court of Bradford Count, In
I discovered1
1 quart oysters club five years ago Cement shipments ___ 5 also was agreed workmen could TALLAHASSEE sB: .t abltah- ., ., I Eighth Judicial Circuit of; nor
In Chancery. In that ..
a treasure chest. Not the iJlNrintlM.As certain
_....__.. 1 T, FRANK ;
1-4 butter not be discharged Indiscriminately.A bureau herein pending wherein P. -
cup kind of chest keep hidden In ment of the state marketing Special Master.; XII :
you (Heaviest drop was livestock board of LAR NAVAL. STORES fOMPA.1:
Coarse cracker crumbs war department engineers of that KNIGHT ft KNIUHTAttorneys
the attic but a real treasure chest to a point corporation I. Plaintiff and II
Milk ,which taken each loadings, a 88 per cent decline. Improvements will be the final authority In would be demanded In private ll-at-15-23-J for Plaintiff I WEEKS and LARKIN K WE:
Salt and pepper gems are of 15 and 13 per cent disputes arriving over the firing' hi. wife; MURLA B WALL nnL.
business will be one of.the planksof .
month on club day. WALL. her husband: MAC!
Separate oysters from their li- I respectively were registered in of an employee. his platform should he decide to Notice SPECIAL I. hereby MASTER'S given that SALE under BROWNLEE and J. M PROWM:
"Jewels from this cheat have 'loadings of forest products and C her husband; ALICE JULIA \
In dish
quor. a well-piled baking make the 1936 race for nomlna- and by virtue of that certain final
made our home new. SUp covers decree of foreclosure and sale entered SON (also known as firs \\
place a layer of crumbs about one- ore.) HOME OWNER SUES, .
.lon as commissioner of agriculture Wilson) and JOE] B WIl OS.,
by Honorable A. Z. Adklna a
half inch thick then a layer of oysters on chairs crisp curtains at the Insurance Sales _______ 3 'TAMPA W, Leslie Brown W,'B. Bishop prominent Jefferson judge of the Circuit Court of the husband; :3. M MITCHELL: 01.:

with seasoning and bits of windows; little homemade conveniences Department Store Sales 4 Tampa home owner filed suit this County farmer said this Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida In N.band DELL, WILSON and 8 TOOMER T. DELL PER'her

which add comfort to living. Rural Sales _______ 20 and for Bradford County In chan.
butter. Continue to add alternate week seeking to compel the Hills- week. Bishop has said that he Is eery. In that certain cause pending ZEIt rrim'S n corporation,

layers of crumbs and oysters. Add "Money was scarcewardrobeexpense. Paint Varnish, Lac- borough County commission to exclude running In said Court wherein J. J. Phillips I ., a corp| .
seriously considering tlon., are' Defendants, the nndorIed
reduced. Visions of a Sales ._._ _.18 plaintiff and. A. O. Harris et .1
strained oyster liquor and then quer homesteads from Its bonded against Nathan Mayo, who has are defendants, the understgne Special Master will nn th.

milk until moisture shows. Cover I anally of girls in faded out-of. Home RefrigeratorSales debt tax levy for the 1935-36 fiscal held the for the last fourteen Special rltIN said decree appointed : day hours of December. 1936. hetwep.
post ; of 11 o'clock In the for.n
date clothes trooped before me. :.__________15 i ) the highest bidder
with a layer of crumbs and 1 tablespoon -t year. The suit came on the years. "If I run, It will be be- I for rash In front of the South and 9 o'clock In the afterncmthe
butter In bits. Bake 20 Then the club's treasure chest 011 Burner Shlpmenta.38, heels of an announcement by Tax I see a woeful lack of re. door of the County Court House In BOoth front door of the Chouse <
cause can of Bradford County Fin
to 30 minutes at 490 F. opened. Dresses from last year Check Transactions, Assessor that he was Starke.: Bradford County Floridaduring .
degrees until Sparkman turn to the farmers and growersof the legal hour. of sale on In the Town of Stnrke, null t to
top is well browned. stepped Into this year's styles. Old 140 Cities _________13 convinced he must go ahead and the state from the departmentof ; December 2nd, 138, the hlg-hest and best bidder for. raid i

coats became smart jackets. Large Stock Dividends =..._____ 6 levy against' homesteads for bonded 'of dividends on the 't:. l'r.ir: : described premise I, altuat uate followingdescribed I In Bradford County prorertlen: Flu,
agriculture In Bradford Florida, to-wlt
hats were made small No family County ; <
The cost of living, still quoting Indebtedness. Lot. Six and S), In to-wlt
t ttii they have Invested In this (8) Bight (
( Vp Nights member, thus arrayed; was ashamed Business Week, was five per cent --'U'. money Block Eight (8), of the Original Wtft of NE%. BS of NW>4. f
to venture 'forth for clothes branch of government In taxes Town of Stark. Florida' of NW%. of Section 13; NEt\ ..tN.
higher In the first nlpe.,months of, *>" BMBIJ|| OPENSAPALAC1UtIt.A Bishop stated. beingIn NE% of 8WU! of Sec- of Section 14; In Township 7 S.
were becoming and fitted well. 1935 than in the same'period last : r' ...:: Crowds <., ,Tp., 6, 8. It 22: BJ. To, Rang )9 Bast. And also
: : with the tenemente.hareditaments of 8B% SW'/i. 8"4 of X
> "This is what' home demonstration year. Food was up an average* of gathered thls week to watch this Sherman Lumber Company Is re- and appurtenances OsS''c'tI 5; 8% of Lot 6, and eb I

work means) to me-a chanceto 12 per cent, a 82 per cent Jump in old seaport town' discard its ferries at thereto belonging or inanywlee Lot 7, of Section 6; Lots I &2,
building Its fire-destroyed of NW of Lot 4; SU of Lot 4.: N
im.eeust br$ make our homes happier, more meat' prices marking the largest and make !Us formal acceptance Hlcorla, at'a cost of $25,000. .: FRANK appertaining.T. UANDRUM. Lot 6; 8U of SH of Lot 9: 8"j of

5.5 sU7 is healthful more convenient; a advance. Housing was up 8 per of a 1,300,000 six-mile bridge w' Special Master., 10, less IS acre. on North Sid

chance for recreation; a chance to cent an dclothing 3 per cent. SoleItem' across Apalachicola Bay., The The A. C. L. is 'to lay heavier Attorneys KNIOHT .&for'KN1 Plaintiff.' Section 2,7 of; lot Ward 8 nf City Block(now 1. Lot Br

broaden our views and use our influence in this bracket to show a state road department has operated rails on Its Clewlston-Lake Harbor l-3t-lt-22-2 er) according to a plat recordr

for; right, In things concerning drop was fuel and light, which declined ferries for years to connect ine. CLERK'S REPORT ty the and Clerk's W%office of Fractional of Bradford Bloi r

dicatsd state and nation.. by 2 per cent.. Apalachicola and East Point. The Starke, Fla., November' 1, 1935Report .Ii of fractional Block 8; Lot I.

with ingredients of The wholesale price structure new bridge Is a part of state road TRAIN 8CHKDCLZ of the Clerk of the Clrcul I 4. 6, S, 7, 12, 18, 14.In 16 SE', 18.. 17.of 8 I
Court In and for Bradford County Block 7, all being
: Seaboard shops In ,Jacksonville including 784 items rose ,7 per 10. known as the Gulf Coast Effective June 16th trains 11 Florida on account of taxes assess Lot. II, 11, IS, 14 15. of Block
Vicki VopoRub cent. Major changes were as fol Scenic and 12 will be discontinued and: .d for the year 1934.C. Section 8; In Township 7 S"
are to be enlarged so that Its huge Highway.C A. KNIGHT Range '0 Bait And also
VICKS locomotives may move about more lows: Farm products, up 25 percent rains 15 and 16 will run as follows Tax Collector S acres, more or lean. In SWJ

COUGH DROP comfortably. ; food products, ,up '20'pel' CALLED YANKEE STORM : .114 BRADFORD COUNTY SE%. of Section 8: In Towm.h

cent: ,buDding materials; :down 2 'WEST PAM BEACH The Southbound Contr Proper South Range JO Knst (leHcrlhifollows fet 'V
To Balance due _______ 2,920,14By : Commencing 450
per cent; metals, down 1 per cent; West Palm Beach Post-Times turned No 1-Due Starke 11:31 P. M Tax Bale ____.____ 8811,17 of corner of dividing line. of. H

chemicals ap 6 per cent., tables on*' northern headline No. 15-Due Starke 4:08 P, M. I By amount collectedTo ._....._ 88U of SWM. and the 8B"4 <'' 8W",'
of right o
Balance due __ ________' 2,171.51FiR. Section 8. on North
Farm Income Improved by 7 per writers who for years have Instated No. 107-Due Starke 9:43: A.- !of. mm* Forfeiture. of A. 8. R. A .cvfY: (now 8.Itailway .

cent. Small change was shown in on tagging\ every storm origin- No.'191-Due Starke 10:57: P. M To Balance due ___,?? 3,191.90 .. : south. to N
By Tax Sale _.....__ 17.11 850 feet. West 840
stock values, a drop of 2 per.cent ating in the Carribean as a "Flor NorthboundNo. By amount collected _____, 61.J( right of way of A. S. K 0

being registered, while bond pricesrose ida Hurricaa when they herald 2-Due Starke 5:22: A. M. To Balance due Rd.-Bad BrM. 1.628,88Ce.oty said(now right S. A. of U Railway way East) thence to p<>m l A

4 per cent. ed the freak storm tearing southward No. 16-Due Starke 12:43: P. M. To Balance due ____-_-__, f.194,44 beginning. And also .

As noted before, the rise is con down' the Atlantic with a No. 108-Due Starke 5:11: P. K.I By Tax-Sale -,-._.. .-., 1,034.3 H4 acres, more or less Town-hl In II",v
: of Section 8.
By amount collected ___' 101.89 SWfi
tinuing and 1936 should in the hearllne reading 'Yankee' Storm I Starke and'WaDllee Branch To Balance due ___-- __- 2,367.71 South.! Range 20 East des'rii' '

1 light of "normal such, as Heads Southward Toward Baha No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00 P. M. Co..... School General. follows: Commencing ROO feM Bio\
years To ___ of SW corner of Lot 10 In
Balance due __ __ 1.324,07
1926 be a' good period for busi mas. The disturbance this time No. 102-Arrives- Starke 1:50 P.M.T. By Tax Bale --______ 1.718,80 In ,Ward City (now Bmokr) 5
rl-' '
ness. originated in northern waters. J. GRIFFIN. By amount Collected .??__, 170,8( corner of Stephens land on I IM.
To Balance due -__-_-.., 5,429.52 way ef A. S. U. .* n. RItIiWAY.
.--- A.' L. nullwav Co.) and rliniNorth
Commtr Polls
To speed its production to 40,000 G., O. P. Analyst Says Off-Year Elections 1n By amount RMlamAA' c.....ect- cf'T VS.Af ISO feet-260 more te.t.or-more less' or south less'"-.

copies'per hour Miami's Tribune Reveal Strong Democratic Gains In East To Balance due ________.... 71.00 railroad'thence east ainogright '
has installed a Duplex: super duty Total ...-11....... Regmlar of way to point of bOlllnn

To Balance due _____..__. 6,804.09 and
sextuple press.UF -- By Tax Sale ____' __......-...' 1.650.0B A fourth equal division aeolto ot
"The Republicans won a head half a million behind the Demc- By amount collected ?...__, 161.59:. the Government surveY '

line victory but, the election fig- orats. In his 1932 landslide Roosevelt To, Balance due ________- 4,991.43 of NE'4, of Section Bast 22. In, mow Town
OVt.R WODIla- Total k-Sebael flooded fi South Range
V urea down In the dispatches put a carried the State by 597,000. To Balance due __.___.._ 3,850.12 tloularly described. as followa:0}|

NERVES''I completely' different light on the Not much Republican progressthere. By Tax Sale _______?_..._ 901,84 menclna' ; at the NW corner M. TS
By amount collected ...,.._ 188,31 BWK o? NEW. at Section EaAt.runnlnc .
result, writes Raymond Clapper To,Balance due "._ ..--? 2.812.63 ship I South 'Range 23 a. !
EXTRA "LIFT" IN H-C political editor of the WashingtonPost "In New York City the Democrats Widow'* PeaalOK thence East southmore 26 ,0; 7
To Balance __ ___ or less, thence
due 2(6.80 more *.1.
(Rep.), ,of last week's off- came back with a landslide. By Tax Sale __.?.....__._. 18,20 or less thence west .
year contests. **-' They cleaned out the board of aldermen By amount collected .*__.., 8.68 rods, more or less thence .nor.j
To Balance due _______ 271.67 rod., more or 1.... And
means 15% to 2O% more ."It Is probable that Republican taking 62 of the 65 seats Read Hrlda-e. Interest- A one-fourth equal divisiOn'

leaders In the privacy of their Inner and pocking off 14 of the 17 Republican A 81.k... Fmmm cording tn Oovernment "".ald'yT''

offices would with this I and Fualoaist To Balance due ___*._.__ ', lt.477.80 the same SW. 4 of NBv. east'' ot
agree opposition.The By Tax Sale _________._ 3,791.66 tlon 31, lying directly of
smooth powerC tc that President Roosevelt still is vote for assenfelymen; in New B,.,amount collected -_._.._ 493.87 above described tract and hem
To B.lanoe due ._______ 12,192.27 same dimensions and area.
tremendously strong As the situation York City totaled a 739.000 record- I I same property conveyed by t

stands today'he would be breaking majority' for the Democrats ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND John., .. Special Master a to r.

very'likely tp 'carry New York .* NOTICE! TO APPEAR American Trust Company ot (the
I NOTICE! Is hereby, given toJ.. H. ation .. -'dmlnlatratot d."
State, which would, mean.-his re- "Republicans are attaching favorable -'Bohannan and wife. Daisy Bohan. tate of O. F. Markllll.terord 1
election., significance. the fact that n.n. that a. Bill of Complaint has dated. June 4th 1917. and 524. "
been filed against and each of Deed Book No. *1. page !
"Democratlq)} strength appear. to they elected mayor In Philadelphia you In the Circuit you Court of Bradford I public records,of Bradford Co

have receded slightly from 'the They did. He voted for County Florida In Chancery. Florida. And also of !I.
In that certain E% of NEW of
entitled The
1934 peak when It went to such abnormal Roosevelt In 1932 and consequently Federal Land Bank cause nf
lengths that the Democrats -was unable to register as a .Plaintiff versus J. B. Bohannan and East 'And also or S
wife. Daisy Bohannan, et al. Defendants s\\(, of NWI'I of NELl. "r....
'for the
swept Pennsylvania and Republican. This gentleman won to reform a deecriptionand W34. or Lot 1.- excePt $$1 IIr F.
C N first time in 22 years captured the by 47,000 ''votes. His Republican foreclosure a Mortgage as. reformed or I.... couth of the (I. fI fool rigway '
TO jma to -.It- covering the following road, and excePt. a litO
New York lower house p0erpan
( )
.... jj. .Msss .. ____, Assembly predecessor won by' 400,000 In scribed land. situate, lying and being deeded to Florida
We every y ... by a margin of three seats. Only '1931. Even Hoover In 1932, carried In Bradford County Florida to- ?., Df S.cUon East.I: In Tn"nl.'

M'i&yftssHsfcLMa the] complete disappearance of the 100,000 votes.. wit South Range tl uP""
bark : 'NH of NW%. of NWVi of Section -. 'T Turpentine Lenses "
Walsh ..... 0'_"'....... Republican party would permit "In New Jersey the Democrats 85. Township 5 South of Range 22 land. therein ... lixin laidnartlctilarly

amy lead 4., such'a situation to continue. !*> r'-rtt!: seats In the Assembly East, and more particularly de'scribed .. described
IS'll as beginning at Northwest Decr.
sa. Wear.... --- 1 ."At. the present i.-l of the ouU gained: two In the Senate both corner of SeiUon 85, Town.hlp 5 ,The following de"crl..d.1111 n.ar per

Iadfgs.tle. sad a bias ad Democratic decline as shown InTuesdays houses remaining Republican. HereIs :rhE"' Range 22 East and run properties situate and-- In conn
asker -- A.... 1320 feet to die & A. U being used upon bU
"rc' elections in the East, a situation like that In New ,Ry; thence South and parallel I with. the turpentine p1:1cc.
,WWdyoalri. Drl not even the youngest Young Republican York. Mayor Frank Hague 'piledup with the West side, of the 8. A. U and location 0' It. A W""k.'sBrook.r :
.'J--J. If..... TsbstJer1Iaabslf : Ry. 130 feet; thence.West to the ., Florid. to-wit:
adIa would live long enoughto a Democratic majority of 137- .Section line dividing Section 34 1'.1 Still Complete with worni

..... ... see the Inside of .the White 000 in Hudson County (Jersey and 151 thence North 210 feet to I fla.oli'n. Engine Cn; I P"5 'f"
the Complete
point of t 8"t
.. 4IIt .J House.f City,,,as compared with Roose commencIng the 8W corner Hack Mare Molj Named M' .

.., ___, .....41w4 aDi' ..... ;" "The Associated Press reportedthat velt's majority of 117.000 In 1932 of Section 2>, Township 5 .. weight. : Ih'' Vi.I|
\ MU .., K..... II -- out of a'total of 150 Assemblyseats which'offset the normally Republican South, of Range 22 Kast, and run famed Horse.wlthSaddl.Annie. nolt ana II I-i'

One gallon could lift a 4-ton Trtortitop. 2X mUss I I -.Ie.. .!; .... .1' in New\York State the Republicans majorities downstate and feeti ningEast thence on North the Section 430 feet line thence 1320 Black Double Wagon with H..r"o','

__, 'hIIW. ..... ...." gained nine a marginof Roosevelt West 1120 feet thence Sooth 420 plate; 1 Single .Wag"" w'J}
Ask tIe Slnchlr Dealer .. .... II.n""C ...... gave a State-wide majority feet to the point of beglnnlns, ,es.' Complete: 5ltp.atreed; :: '"
) 14 .votes, leas than they had of 30.000. Repetition of this Containing In- all 1*: acres more Barrels: I BarnCommissary > ,..1turpentIne "(
'$ value
pear .. .. .
or less and beingIn Section 26 Stoc n
i throughout Smith's four terms as vote next year would give New tools. ""nol"1
and 85, Township 6 South of spoon
Xgenf Sinclair Refining Company (Inc.' governor, thrbugh Roosevelt's two Jersey to Roosevelt again. Range 12 Bast. h.ck.. pullers, dippiflt etC.JOE

jI terms and through'the Roosevelt "If .all this Is 'a smashing defeat THEREFORE, yon and each of bucket" : PH"i' 2rVl i.UIt
I named In this Notice here- ,
t are I
Presidential landslide of 1932. But for the New Deal.: the Administration required to the said A. SpecIal )Ia.t"r Ho".11
PHONE 1M \ I I casting up the total vote registered Democrats 'are ready to Bill of Ira"Oarnt:. against I p ggett )lc: ol1l1....,
''I !'.i : \ rou, Doggett'
on 2nd of
day December .
J. H. WAINWRIGHT, Agt. l 1\1' I throughout 'New York State for take more of the same right on IM5V at the Court Hous. In Starke, ; ack.aVllle: ; ;norlda.PI..ntlff.PAGE .

8TARKE FLORIDA i I assemblymen. Republicans were the chin." Florida; otherwise. a decree pro Solicitors for
.. 008t.... win be entered against you" ja.ft-11-3$

i .. "' : :"' \ 7'1'1 1 "''' ''' '!:';"',' ,......"" ;. ,. .r.....,;'"" 'j".t'yn": t V ,e..rn',v 'I\"""' ...' ,...'. "\.;!'"'" .. ''''':'11!

. NOVEMBER! 15. 1983 .....,. ,
c DIUOTOBYI'D -- .- -_. -- .._ .. .. .
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rPTIST-- "..,- O'I4AU6uEjAnArtu.y low cruel voice to my mother," he said In a he's run away again."" SHARING RICHES OF TilE poor man Hence as schools open

,.- C, B. Prlce Pastor "Guess he did "I fm hero" Stubby said SPIRIT again we commend to all parentsand
J o'clOCk a. m.. sorta' get drunk In a small voice. "I I was put-
how teachers have
once in No a we
Aosupt re" a while Jeff Raid lightly ting Dog to bed"Windy's matter America may
mum eeAratce FASta "But she got even with him for go In efforts to secure a fairer dis often quoted: "A boy or girl who''
II' tl'orshtp,11 a. m.. look ct relief was almost -
g from f0. that. He pulled at. the reins. "Git tribution of material Income 'we likes a beautiful picture, a sunset,
ludicrous. He
passed his hand
: around there." .hall still never be a really wealthy a rosebush, a robin, a sky full of
.f. g'WorehipT:30: p. m.t87aacher over his face in embarrassment
Wednes6.weeek .'; Stubby digested this. "How do people until there Is a fairer distribution stars, a fine old melody a cour-
Meeting r.n.r ,y vR you mean my mother got even "Thought you got left behind ac of those richer treasuresof testy, a generous deed, or a good

prayer Wed- _........._.... WI" with him?" ch.hmtalllke," he said with nervous the mind and the soul-a love book Is better educated than a.
;;: service. (SYNOPSIS "When she took Joviality. "Well, anytime you're of all that Is beautiful In art. mature boy or girl could be without them,
: Windy
O'Shaugh- back you Jeff
....r.1:30: p. Dl. nessy, world-famous animal heah next summer you Is shook his head In mournful away reml. ready to'"hit the hay your berth'smade music, literature play, and In even If be could work all the sums
gonna see some fancy stilt up. Then, precipitately he
work taVergll.'VThe
noble conduct and spiritual aspira In algebra and parse everything
ChurchMontgomery. trainer hud,,lost his right arm boy." niscence. "Boy he ",went out of his fled.
tion. Here indeed Is Farmer.
Methoaw an opportunity Progressive
daring a dangerous mind when that
Pastor. when happened. That's
1d. Stubby's face tightened. 'Tm I Thoughtfully, Stubby undressed for a "share-the-wealUi" .
Cora hl> wife, had deserted not how the tiger got him." He looked program
IffdaY Scllool-l0 am- coming back next summer," he : past In the upper berth, stealing occasional that will Impoverish no one A new Tampa terminal and the
him. Mm Stubby's white
taking face.
g Worshlp-l1 a.., m.Werth adored fouryearold said dIstantly 'Tm leaving the I "Whenhe glances downward.But and enrich untold millions. We are purchase of $50,000 worth, of
went In that
Lesgue-1:15 P. m. son Stubby. WanderIng circus at cage was crazy for trucks for haulage has
Evanston.. with as be took his pajama coat sorry every financially poor freight
M a
Worship, 7:30 p. m. tramp for eight year worry .over you havin'gone. I man. We are equally for ev been announced by the Tamtam
Jeff from his suitcase his sorry
eD tn, he finds Stubby only to discover shook his head and clucked He lost all control of that eyes widened.
these aeervprerbyterlan
yeU are IDvlted to all that the boy hates hIm Hast his tongue. "Ah remember your cat. Yessuh, if yob mother hadn't I There was his mother's photograph ery Intellectually or spiritually Trail Tours. Inc.

.. togs has taken him back In the mother she didn't like the circus took you off he'd never lost his In a beautifully embossed silver

.1 -Church circus but Windy cannot face neither." arm. She suah got even with your frame. For a long moment Stubby
Minister the "Oh I'm Inspected It. His nostrils quiveredand FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
H. Lowry, ) animals. He Is through. crazy about the circus DadA

I Pr gt0 George;a. m._Sabbath SchooL Now Stubby has just refused but small tiny figure sat In the emotion.He his .throat felt constricted with Many Years Experience Make It Possible for Me to Bender

:: A. M.-Mornlng Worship; his latest peace-offering a little "I know. You got no use for dimly lighted interior of the one EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
I : uje pastor. performing dog.) your pappy. We's all noticed that. of the animal trains. The drowsy leaned over the edge of the MODERATE! PRICESStarke

X00 m. u g Peoples Ve -- Your mother didn't have no use sleeping noises of the beasts mingled berth. "Are. are you asleep air T" Florida

1600.10 P' TilE SILVER FRAME for him neither." He chuckled, unmindful with the rhythmic beat of the (What la Stubby about to dot Is DeWITT C. JONES

m.Evenl'4& Worship. of Stubby's startled stare train wheels. Dog.lay stretched out this lat poMce-offerlng of Windy'
p. Chapter Nine on the floor.Stubby's to be refused alsoT Will he really
I ;; Church "Boy did she used to sail Into
BolMwood! Baptist face lone Stubby at Evanston T Don't
him. was working with
1 Pastor Stubby lay on the cot in their He scratched his head
Hem'n-'W miss next week's installment
IL 0- mixed emotions. Jeffs casually thrilling -
sunday Bible quarters. Before him was a large "We-ell I guess you couldn't blame
ces every Services at 3:30 unframed photograph of his dead her. She was a lady. She knewus told revelation had shaken him ) For Expert RepairingSmith's
: a. Dl. lie
Jud'lOll: mother. circus folks were beenath her. deeply drewin a trembling
odoCk ID afternoon. 'Course she breath. Prha ello, kept running
"Guess ne he was mild compared to Why Get ?
thought could through his mind. "She suah got I Up Night.
your Aunt
BAPTIST.CHURCH make She used to
L me like him, he
rr Mom. said call even with your Dad" "Your old THIS use BLAnnnu' LAXATIVR
... A. Donnley, Pastor through trembling names he didn't even un FREIIj
lips .
"by givingme derstand." man gets the bows,for that mutt."
juices every first Sunday that little dog. But I didn't Then his father's voice was If It falls to flush out Impurities GaragePhone

Sunday School, 2:30 p. m. I take It, Mom. Nothing could make He wagged his head. "Boy when heard, not In memory but real and and excess Hold which cause the Irreaularltr -
:!" that waken you up. Get
Bible Study and Prayer Service me like him. Then he put his a man's got one woman cryln' and sharply anxious. He was at the buohu called oil, eta, in llttln sr..en
Saturday night. face to the puicture and the brIm- the other one naggln he's suah In end of the car with Jeff. tablet Buketii. the bladder 120
laxative. Works OR the bladder .Im-
01 ming tears spilled over. It has tough spot. "You say he got In this train liar to castor 111! on the bowela.
Unit\ Christian Church been such a clever little dog. Stubby sat quite Well Poorly aotlntf bladder can cause
Pastor still hardly then where I I. he? He ain't In scanty flow, frequent desire burninlr Wrecker Service Day or Night
fcv. W. T. McGuire, There was a tiny yippIng bark. knowing whether to be offended or his berth he ain't no place."" His or backache. In four day. U

KM! School, 10 a. m. Dog poked her head inside the flap not. "Everybody knows he was voice cracked with desperation "If your not pl I6o...aeed MltcheU'e any drug-fflat t>ru will r Store refund.

Communion 11 a. m. diffidently. Then, receiving no Immediate -
Christian Endeavor. 7 p. m.
dismissal, she ventured
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 further In, raised her and sat
up and begged. paws ............: .... .. <.. ).)O ,',
ppreaching Second Sunday 11 a.
"You better get out of here" .
i and 8 p. m. \
Stubby threatened as his eyes
St. Marks Episcopal Church yearned for her."Woofwoof .
Service on second fourth and ," Dog pleaded peek r &W ieJ
ing from under the bed.
m!+: Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. I
Utany and choir practice at Stubby was torn. He turned to r+.

|llt: o'clock on Friday nights prentdlcg the photograph" ."She Is awful cute, 61,. .
services. Mom. But this would never do. -
Sunday "You out of here and back l, ." ,: :.1 ;'Ixlyv.
get go e< ,., ) (
., ', .
J 'l1rS ( '.J' .' i. '.. ." : "
I to him, he said emphatically to '.1.;\', .' '. ." J ... ,

I the Reluctantly small animal., Dog moved toward ,;,-:. ..' A"1'' 'rya" ,,'H'Ii". \ ,"' lij\k '1t4 ,.1\/\ ., ".r7an '. ; '.'' .. ..; :.ItI\o c. ..l;:::'I P't..J"'; $'.....V.I' 'I'.+ ; 'I: 0:''' ', ",..'.]..\1..
BOB JONESComments the door and Stubby watched her .: .... .. ._. ; \1' 'i'J I...' .(. :\
,' ""': ."N". "" '' < '"
with growing dismay. //Suddenly "i" / }I'. .: "i'a.-'I. !(7" i,-. '. tiP'' '', ,'.''j"\l.I'.. '.} \ --. ,)
1 ( -I .} V.. !
{ On Here 'Dog came to a decision. Perhaps I ",..'<' i v ....t Jt.\..: q... ?:V4I.1U' /(. -"&'. ., ',:'( ,:"'.
little of her charms Ii
by exerting a ,: :
: '
And Hereafter she might win him after all. 1 ., I \' ..,;," '. '. '.J,. 'lt/k! J> 's'' .1'(:nA I

She turned a somersault then .: ) .; ;.' :. .;. :
looked at Stubby archly. In spiteof .
'I? '> '.
"Ii It true that your old college himself the boy giggled. En- "i I r 11 .' .L

Ibi Kt aside a smoking room for couraged by these approving ci: .. 't." ,. ,.,I.,.,.,,>,' : ., .y. ',:., ,' ;,..'!;;".
ItW students This Is what the sounds Dog rolled over and over : ''' '

Inner Inquired of a very charm- with frenzied rapidity, going 0 : 0 of'" ,:::

Ity' young lady recently. The colcelIp through her entire repertoire of -,,- ., f' '. '''Lljl
under discussion'is a fine stunts ending by Jumping on the ,I, ;".4. 'lll

ItU religious! school for gIrls It bed and frantically licking Stub- e ,...' ,". ",
a i denominational institution
by1 face. 1 .. .. : (
f \
'TII, Wit have a smoking \ .
room "No, go away, Stubby laughed, .it''t"' \'O'r>: '
1M young lady said "We had to caught between love and loyalty. ni 'l." ..., '.: "/ { ,

Ifeivt one. The girls slipped out "Hey you tickle." '.'.,;,... ;..jp..A'J.> j: It. :f.;" I'\ !5' "
III He alleys to smoke and If we her head on ', "", '
Dog subsided, placed ,. ,1 : t;",. I" ,.. >
I .
hid not opened a smoking room we Stubby's knee, then breathed a w :' I .//1 .
Inmld not have had any students. long contented sigh. .. ;'.{'<:,. '.2

lltut Is Just exactly what Is the Stubby now turned to the photo- '.1 ,,0

[utter with out modern world, So graph again. "Gee, Mom it ain't :

|auy of our religious leaders, in- her fault that he picked her up. 1tE:1rTLH .. ..:
ItttA of keeping up the standards You can see she don't like him," he i.

ring the standards down to theM continued in a rapt eager whisper. -

which ______ .
on ,the_ people live.' Itt "She Just won't' go' back to him. ;

uochristtar to lower standardsad And I-. I can't throw her out to .;)

compromise convictions. Now. starve can I?" .' :

If/this young lady had said "We The picture was mute. It could __,, _____ ,-.- :,t.t ,' .7
ne decided that ? ,, 'i'
there la. noth- "
Its consent. r
IV wrong In smoking and If girls have Stubby been petted conveying Dog with gentle ..- g_ 2 ? 'r.. ,,1.l t: ''n

at t to smoke we think it ia all possessiveness and the short tall -,-- ). :r

lip!, so we just decided to have began a frenzied victorious tattooon .'J'" _.

smoking room." I would have bedcovers :'f" IJ,"
the .,... .' .'
ttkra .
Issue with her .
because I do
The show was over and the cIrcus ',"'1
11II think girls have any right, to was preparing to move on. \ .

p folios* their nerves with Nicotine, Wind and rain beat over the dIs- ',' DGLaa ADVaaTLMNr afw IN 1.tw a/rw dMw Ih .'

lilt I would have had respect, for mantled tents. Pitch flares spit ..... Ay'y \ .,
w Board i)
of Trustees who opened and wet, as
back In the darkness ..
smoking room Wa' cannot the animals were herded Into their ....l4.11'I'I -' I's
111I by lowering standards.' ,f<
moving wagon ..., I ':.;
aborted not to be '
conformed Hastings was t'
"Come on boys. .
JPUU world, but to be transformed "Get the lead outa' your II .,. -:
!Jibe yelling. .. B Safe ".
renewing of our mind ..
., pants. We'll never get away i. r .
I Richard! here." .h;:: e .'U'
in one of Shake. He spoke to Windy who was almost '. .

4aro'e outstanding character, drenched to the skin. "Get -. '-._- ./':..) << t .- ,a..,, .
III I hunchback. He was aatag- that wagon close to the siding -'s--J ,

alto toward the world, because Windy.- And hurry up We're late."

Ipbat PhYSICal the liberties Infirmities which.protested other he Windy's walked head away flinched back, then WITH CHEVROLET'S NEW PERFECTED HYDRAULIC BRAKES

PIOple who had good bodies en- In one of the smaller tents Jeff
"The world la; Into a
filled with

/I,sal other hunchbacks.people is a protest OUr Jealousy against helped was battered packing him suitcase his while Stubby Safeguarding; you and your family as you; have .never been safeguarded before '

1 things which they enjoy and As'' the end pole wa reDlovedfrom .
Mkh S
We do not have. The Pharl- the outside the. tent began tooUapee ,

kill" wed Jesus because.He.was .. New Perfected Hydraulic Bridie.-the
tks Wd they were hypocrites. ;"Hey wait," Jeff yelled.' "Better ........... I '
Iba World loves darkness rather, hurry.up there Stubby." They Just ......... hip.t.developmeat'ol the.bydraulie

11II. light because its deeds are managed to' close the suitcase fA .t. a...' brake principle: -are standard on. all

,IIUc The writer attended a,dem- when the. tent wa pulled fromov.g SOLID STEEL" ea..!... Chevrolet model for 1936., And, like IMPROVED GLIDING
convention. during! which them. leayluj? then out In the other featuree'of l'
b04na Jennings I 'I'VJUIET'I'O. many important f only eompltt* low- -.a'-ACTIOJI' hfIDE ,
"tilt lllller turned' on" -Mea.Bryan cursed kept blur" open.Win Y stood, there. ,"Jeff, will .,crows .,he.*.a faH,.-ar-Mx, priced car. theee DeW brake are exclusive to Chevrolet M. ........", tmfttt rM. ef fit / '
their would cat wagon to in its price range t .r
r'dk loin auditorium' you .. drive the
k0a01 turn the. ; puss a the station for me?" They are the smoothest and most efficient brake
on the light and ev- glad to. Mlstuh
"Sure ah ffi0&CO> $8JOII
hbody would see a group of peoItprUentinC O'ShaughnessY NO DRwrvEUTIiATIONoNuewloolrs.vFsNu ever developed. They give ssopping power altogether tQRZ J

: the interest, over 1'U IrO.with you." Stubby said Nte mMl .....,"" .*4 c...""" .,. Mi. ewe crecferf new to motoria,. They help to make Chevrolet'for 'ENOINEeven
... e corner pulling off Idles. bees pvltrmmtn, with" even JM .. . TheBe dirty quickly to Jeff, ,., m (ewprfcerf C., 1936 the swat motor car ever built ( .
political crook na- Wlndy's shoulders sagged, but '
-.y hated Bryan Bryan turn- he walked quietly away. Visit your nearest Chevrolet dealer. See and drive ALL THE FEATUBUM" AT,

::the hate light other Men have wicked: The long line of the moving circus STEEBDf: this new Cbevrolet-torlayf f LOW DICE. $495 ,, .
"-L men who are with Its Jogging wagons ;,1)
;hT' and Open and WBO have nomid I. stretched out snakelike over the ...,... ""." .., MM.,4..*., ',.... ..,.,. CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY.DETROIT,MICHIGAN ..-,.'., od N.w -*VCamf ,

a. to carry .. Yes, road. ,.. GtmedgowJdbw.dpdcesi4tb.n.rr.otf*reduced wSi\SSi\ With pI'bum co....., spare 8Ia""ar elr. iJfiSK! iSaTtoS ".".
has many moral hunchof the cat wagon. G.M.d.C<< lklotlfnKinfaMtbt list price U I9 a""ltlo"al.K".AcUon on Master'
Jeff was Mlstun O.Af.A.C.A1.aery.AGe< ,.,M_. .... *' 1010..1. only.si /\towAc PrM.e quoted In till'. ....
Ah got good news from ,. vllrll..m.nt .. al/eblasn/ and'.ubdra/ .'.

school building a 910,000 has begun ele- Hastings." today.,.. "Ah'" Stubby In line looked foh promotion upmterestedl i--i9'56 ". 4 1

"Yeab Commencing Too next spring Ah NEW CHEVROLET F

I P ON. gets much higher up Job. AII'mgoln'
to work on stilts In the

HAIR AND acALP lee-rade.** Torode Chevrolet Co. '
MareeI....er.v SSM.T..hsAtlt This was distinctly thrilling to ',- :

....A SCAlP ...'C..' Stubby. "You know how to walk .. .. ;..,

.!JoII.. n.wamWr III i- OB stilts?" ." ; STARKE. rtORITM .:. ., .: ." / ', .. ., ./.. :'!.
rw "ftIt know by .' : "" "
1IAtI_ a.sr ."Not, yet; But Anil .... : ; (,:;;. J'f',
w ma vas When you comes :; ., ," .: I.p"" .1).. .1 ,. ,,"\': >
the Spring. e- ,. "
"" : .: "' :. ,: t. 'f ;" .jji'r' ,-.
: : w. \ : .j
: ,ll' .. :. .:.... J', .... .'.. :! ,.".,. ....,tt, ,._, .I'<:" len ,..;,J tli ,

.. .. .... ...." ...._ -.- -
; rrTl1tL I Ua.944L4
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VB'J'IW''| ;;: : WNVI ,, '. ...........m ;M........ ."" ..4,1I.1.JII,_ 1I"" kM ...- ..



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-lIuE-\TENING: TUB COURTS Plnlrlot Number Fourteen ordored of NEi:! A W% of NW% of
Telegraph'lif I that said notice shall It.l.p : NtiU & Wj4 of SV4 of NW : .
I Bradford County The practice, becoming Increasingly llHhed for four successive week In NENW% A" NVJ \ I
common, of interested individuals TOO LATE the Bradford. County Telegraph, SW4 A 10''*" of SVi\ of !NWV of \ 01.t.i
lif that being the I Only-paper publish & Ni'j of NIBV\ of SWM *
; Established 1877 attempting to intimidate ed In said Bradford (" 0..ntYN'lorI4a. MOH ot $W\6 '". N'A of NWVi. \ of ; hI1.ld
Judicial' bodies after these bodies TO CLASSIFY f A. J. QRtFriB.! '_ A HEV; $ said .Hoard.W. HK'i IS X NB.7A. WW '0 r,, :
HecretaryHI ,
AA.EA1BER.'LORIQAPRESS have handed down what! they con' C. MANNING i ,. unL,,? A NV4 I ofVjM( 1 fiE'4 ,... \ "ncr,,
\ alder fair opinions, was roundly): Br ntlSSBLb KAY Chairman of said Bourn. sight of way ;&.'*III of KWYt! at p}
:J', ASSOCIATION scored last week by Justice Fred '..........,, Florida Pr... Asm. II-IO.II-.U.U. lion 34. Towtlshlp' 6 South. ,"
-- t'i ICnst containing 445 .acres, he""
i \ 1935 0 H. Davis, of the State Supreme NO'TICK) Of ILl!: <)c'rIO or less .' "',
-' ,:]Atwat :J eotz Court. Well it looks like Florida Is fix- At a sperlal nine Unit of The Hoar Certificate No. 18.1, embraces \ 'J j
.. .. of Public I Instruction for the Count; of NIS:\!. 'S./yH of i4It4'! of NW l
-in a special opinion tne justicesaid In' to get a nice 'pig gob of advertising of Bradford State of Florida, whichspeclHl 8KH. \ of SRVi of NW&\ & W, )' ('/

1- Published k y- and Entered- S ond"Class this winter;! with the Gover meetIng was held pursuant ?.WJft 5t.5i5W..N.w4: '* [ ;,
on Fridays as that school leaders bad threat- to call of which all members had XWV, & Wt. of NWV of SW'fc &
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida ened "covertly If not openly" to nor's Committee, spendin' a hundred personal notice und were present on of SWK of \ f'W of '
D "of"swji"
of November A.
the 14th day 5rSbwe
thousand, : the Citrus ntf
_. .- -- use political reprisals against the crmore, 19JS. the following. among otheproceedings of HWVi less I Acres ,la I
six members of the Supmme Court Commission around four hundred were had, to-wlt: Bank it less 10 A. in SB Cur A ,
E. L. Matthews,_______________ ___._Editor and Owner salt .. '
: i if they ruled against the. school thousand and the Florida. National! 5 I* Clews, a member of x. IIW! % of SV /l of BE% of of II' .
Board presented a resolution andmoved lion SB Township 6 Houtn K ,.
,- interests in the so-called parity Exhibits preparln' to set New Its adoption. which motion tl,Wa.t, containing; 420 Acres, :: :: \ : 'Iorld

SUBSCRIPTION RATE law case. York up on its ear' with a bang- was seconded by J. C. Prevail, a or less. .. )
member of said Board, and that the Certificate No. 184. embraces, .
Six in Advance "I am loath to believe that Intimidation up display of .Florida at Rockefeller following members voted ay.: of NUVi of N1J% A SU"4 of "*,",
\\1' Yearly $1.50; Months 75c-Payable Center, H. I*. Crews, aye N1JI4< & NWVi of 8r '4 of AiaVi' A at lit
of the courts has now J C. Prevatt aye. of 8WH: of Nit% & NUVi of 1W H."
& Advertising Rates on ApplicationDon't become a part of Florida's common They all feel that If they can W C. Manningaye NKV4 AXWV4! of Nlii'4: A E% of day .
tend to bring more people and whereupon. the Maid resolution- uf tiE.,. A SS'" of WVi of ? ,,.,
school education program. said the Chairman of bald Board warn declared BBU: A W% of NWVi\ of !BEV A I 1,,",
wait to be I\sked-Join the Red Cross now. Justice Davis, "or that political reprisals more money to the state and I'mbettin' adopted, and which resolutionIB of .w\oj\ 0' Nwvi ot say. A B\ ,
In words and figures following"towlt. / & A '" of NWVi, A to
are to be the order of the that before the first of the MBH: SWVi: 8It I
of NUti of NWM\ A KM, of ( ,
t i 0If. day by those educators whom the year our tourist centers will be WHEREAS, at a meeting of The NW% of NWM of Section: 30,

For dollar make there are ten people waiting people have entrusted to educate' hard pressed to take care of the Board of Public Instruction for the ship. '8outh-Jtangs ta Kant > .w"
every you County of Bradford, State of Florida taming 646 Acres, more or less. : ,,
visitors with "wli
their children In the principle of every available room, The assesMinent of the said
k to take it from held at Its office In the Courthouse
away you. respect for constituted authority In I house of apartment taken. In the City of Btarke Bradford erty under the said certificates t* '
,) i. County Florida, on the 14th day cued was In the name of ,k; '
Q only fly in the ointment is
''1' the state as represented in its of November A. D. 11135, there was PropertieS. Inc., IIlar
that our appeal to tourists and investors Unless. said certificates shall .
Some wives are so conceited they think they have only courts. presented a petition signed by more
through national advertising than twenty-flvi per cent of the redeemed according; to law, Ii, J
one fault-their husbands. The opinion declared that if qualified electors who are freeholders properties described therein Ooor
1 courts are to be swayed by political Is equally appealing to thou residing within the territory sold to. the highest bidder at ,
-- 0- sands of what we have come to known and designated as Special court-house door on the first ,
expediency they "may as well Tax School District Number Threeof dny ln'th. Month of January. .\
Some people insist they love life and then continue to be abolished because their Independence -I term: "translent4"-folke without Bradford County Florida praying which.; ,!Is"' the 6th., ,day oC .. grl,',,,
funds who 'l l sutne from our advertising said Board to call an election to It) ?
waste the major portion of it. Is no longer a reality and that'Florida determine. whether said Special Tax A.Dated this 14th., day of ,.. ,
i the :Judges\ who pretend to preside ; must offer School' DlHtrlpt N u m bel' Threw Ila6\ 1 '* J0
'an opportunity to the job-hunter. should Issue bonds In the sum of A< J THOMAS,
therin are no longer Judges but Clerk of Court : l 1 ,
\ Thousand Dollars for Circuit
ii\, What makes the housewife sore is to make her bed and syncophants. These misguided people will the Thirty-four pirpose'of enlarging/ the school uf Bradford County ,:?,:,
to down here ll-lS-5t.13.13 111,1)
Not only the Supreme Court but manage get some building and Inntalllng necessary 1 'lod
then have else lie i in it.
someone They'll hitch-hike fix fixtures therefor to be used by the ..
I also other state bodies have often way. up an white children of said district; and NOT1CN OK ItJLItJCJ'nONAt 0 been threatened if old rattle-trap car, drive a truck this Board having duly considered. a special meeting of the n-
politically they .
down for fruit broker such petition and the facts stated of 1'ubllu Instruction, for the : !
I You might be on the right track and still get run over did not hand down a decision favorable some or therein and havlnfr determined. that Ly ot bradford tate: of '

to one side or another in a walk all the way Is necessary. paid. petition IN signed by more than which ftyeclal meeting was held nt ; ,
if don't fast enough. : : lira
I' you move along They all feel that if they can twenty-five per out of the qualified suant tu call, of which all ,
certain matter. Frequently, even electors who are freeholders residing had personal notice and were p..ut the'O
I ---s after the opinion Is rendered, efforts Just reach :Florida everything will In said Special Tax School 131s- .. on tIle 14th day of .

The theme of conservative Democrats continues to be all right. Times are good down trlrt Number Three, and the Issuance I>. 1V45 the following 'aino'II&. .. I
song are made to intimidate the of bonds as prayed for therein rouwedliigs, were had to wttiS.

j i& be "Stay On The Right Side Brother." ttfwtv---01 .I...-"-. si Vt_a rt...o4...n...... 1.*_.. .tmln/4... -..-..-.t here, business is booming.: packing: In necessary and that said petition I." Crews, a members of
houses are running day and night, fully compiles with the law. It presented a resolution
fit'' reversing: the decision. Is, thereforeRRSOLVRD "uoveu us adoption which I
0 our hotels all need extra then
help, ,
( Such methods are not only an- ': BY THIS! BOARD OP' was seconded by J. C. .

J. The best way to honor those who died in the last'war is noying to the members of the Judiciary it they can't fet anything else why PUBLIC INSTRUCTION' aforesaid aiHuUNHiun meinbur of said said motion Board: was and
there to be the In its special meeting held on thin put
I'K to He to it that there isn't another one. body, and cause a waste of ought a job on ca 14th day of November A. D. ims: fore: the said members Board and that
that It Is expedient and for the toiiowiug voted aye:
valuable time and money but they nal.So t). I. (
t --- o i in telllpg the world about best Interest of said Special Tax Crewsaye.
Intelligence J. C.: }
are also an Insult to the 'revattaye.-
School Number
District Three of ,
1. Farm prices are improving but the farmer must improve and honesty of the members Florida, it would be well to stress Bradford County Florida that thin' I whereupon W. C. Manning the said aye resolution

his product; he expects to get the top. who in no case would consider the In every ;advertisement that the and In our Board Issue and on behalf sell bond of..said In the district amountof do the llmiiman. of said ilouicl was

absurdity changing decision after publicity unemployment Thirty-four Thousand Dollars for dared adopted and which ....
i, 0t Is acute here lion.I.. in word and flguroa
just as
problem as the purposes as In said petition .
it had once been rendered fair- e".o i g, to-wlt
t\ Pull may help a fellow to get a job, but "know how" is ly and Justly. elsewhere and unless folks have above referred ,: WHtJHJflAS.: atH meetlnir\ ',
,. sufficient fiincU' BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED Board uf Public Instraction for
maintain themselves
the only thing that enables him to keep it.Nowadays Let us abandon such methods, that bonds shall be In the denomination bounty of llradford.:
r Florida s to offer SI1lrhfc :
Dr if we must use intimidation use '. nothing of On. Thousand Dollars, da, held at its otllue
and shall bear date
-- o them. each July let louse In t -ctty"of'IU..rk.., :
l' It on legislators who pass the buck' A. D. with Interest' at ford County Florida the
it's a wise voter who knows all the men who of these perplexing problems by Then our:advertising also attracts the a:3i: four per cent ;:re.non"u firstday day of November A. D. It311.

I another' and indications payable deml-annually on the waspresented a petition algued
class -
'f have announced for Governor of Florida. enacting laws that later must be of July and January of each uore than Hit per cent uf I
declared unconstitutional. are we'll have 'em with us year. and said bonds to become due tied electorswho ate free 1'1.0' :

,,x\ 0 this winter as never before:' the I and payable as follows two of said esidfng': wlthlu the territory ,
-- bonds of One Thousand Dollars eachon : ::
t Too bad that the good people aren't as easy to write VOTE GETTER aharp-ahooten: gambera, confidence July 1st. A. D. 1918. and two of dehool und designated District Number as ", Special'ourt....

men, promoters, and hoodlums said bonds nf One Thousand Dollars uiadford ,Florida, ,
; about in as are the ones. So far as the State Is con !
newspapers sorry press and little. each on July 1st :Df each and d'.v; aid Hoard to call an election to
i cerned the returns are pretty muchall big They alwaysfollow year thereafter. until said are ermine whether said Special
o the crowd prepared to fully paid. School District Number "' .
in from the somewhat humorous
.I f The principal and Interest of said hould .Issue bonds In the sum
takes than few hurricanes in northern shake-down the suckers.
: more a newspapers announcement of the Honor bonds shall be payable at the officeof Seventeen 'thousand Dollars for

to keep the tourists away from Florida ,. able Jerry W. Carter that h* Florida is hotcha for them this the Hanover National Bank In purpose of acquiring a site, ?.
I' winter with the the City of New York and State of a building and providing the ne';; woulj
.\\j 0 stands ready willing and waitingto 'gambling spirit New York or at the office of the ary' fixtures therefor to be ID!
be persuaded to enter the Impending rampant, hore and dog racing said Board of Publlo Instruction for by the white children of said I

:(((4 A wise man once said,. "When you always tell the truth race for the governorship.A Cuba. bolita,slot machines on every In Bradford Starke.County Florida, !State ot Florida, considered ilct; and this such Board:petition having and

II you don't have to remember what you've said." majority ot..our exchanges .; corner ,and auckera thicker BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat acts stated therein and having M i
than flies. an election be and the same Is ermlned I that said. petition In .
1 II\" -- 0 neither published nor commentedon Then well Save the wellknowncanvasseror'gent hereby called to be/held at the City by more than twenty-five per ru
(" the announcement. A few of Hall in the City Starke. In said or the qualified electors who /
,' The football season, is nearly and at least 'three the snowbird district 'In Bradford
't\\ over at mild County, residing In said
them least ;rh1t'"oi .
: 8J.tlt.n.
gave encourage Florida on the 14th day of Decemher District Number : I t
: coaches in the country have not yet.,been cussed out. ment' to Mr. Carter, and one went who drifts here to get away A. D. 19.15: to determine whether and that the Issuance of ,
far the line dt discouarga- from the cold *_ ther. He peddles said bonds shall be Issued as a. prayed for therein Is ... .
so along
, } ---- 0 everything fW>m' clothes pins to herein described, and that at said and that said petition fully
ment as to advise Mr. Carter to election the question to be plies with the law. It Is, ... "
.t- Smoking before breakfast'ls bad an authority says. Of hold fast to the office he has If carillons, seldom procures a. license ted shoJl" be "I, or bends".or ..1 b'ntbond. :: KE.SOL.VKI BV THU BOARD !

;.t course this statement does not apply to the furnace wintry ho State and cuts in ol$ the local taxpaying ..' >LI1 on wishes to remain on the BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat its special meeting held on this I
-: pay roll. merchants. there be appointed the following day of November, 36, I
'1 mornings., ,Then whereVer there Is sin, there managers: I.* D. Green, C. it Is expedient: and 1'rVihl'; .tt I
It would erhaps be comfortIng Powell and W. K Thornton, and K erest of said Hpnclal: 'I ax
" -- 0- to other aspirants If Mr. Car- is an opportunity for saviors and W Hayes as Clerk, of said electionIT JlHtrlct Number Fourteen of HB ,I

ri "Married should during the winter months there'llbe IH FITRTHHm RESOLVEDAND ford County Florida that this w
to indicate clearly
men wear something ter would permit himself to be OltDERBD that the foregoing on behalf of said district do ..

't, that they are married a novelist. Something be- thus summarily dismissed, but it is many a tattered tent erected on resolution be published In the Bradford and soil bonds in the amount of /
somebody's vacant lot while canvass County Telegraph, a weekly enteen Thousand Dollars for I
doubtful if he will do this in view
of circulation
newspaper general
Bides a black that is.
- eye, of his record as a vote getter. In banners will announce the published In said district In Brad

o opening of "Revival Services" and ford County. Florida and that the
i the election of 1926
primary Mr
publication hereof be for the periodof servinqthe
If everyone would make it his duty to clean a little Carter ran against United State hundreds of folks who pass up the four successive weeks beginningon ..
Church will go to the SideShowIn the 16th. day of November, A. D.
Senator The Senator
(4 paint; a little and plant a little, the appearance of the entire then in the of his search of salvation.Fortune 1935. CROSS STATE
was hey-day "-itC.-. -MANNINO.Chairman- ------ '
town would soon improve. political strength: and popularityyet tellers In gypsy costume nf. The Board of

Mr. Carter polled 40,075 votesto will pay plenty for good street Public Instruction for Bradford 'CANALSEcTION
'i for. know that the County FlorldevATTEST .
corners they
64,972: votes cast for the Sena :
If Mussolini ever runs out of a job as dictator we fooled. Smart .
*suggest tor. Practically 40 per cent of public likes to be A. J. ORIPFI8.

that he _go to Hollywood and give Frankenstein and the vote was cast for Mr. Carter, looking gentlemen will appear here nf Superintendent Public Instruction for the for Board the

;, Dracula for their, Nine later Mr. Carter en- and there untier 'the auspices of i County of Bradford, State of
a run money.: years
the P. T.r.Ao"iir'' the Chamber of Florida; and ex offlelo, Secre' "
tered the race for Railroad Com tary of said Board,
o Commerce, to lecture on this or 11-15-61-13-13 .
last .
missioner. This was only \ .y
The only objection we can see to building a golf course year au 1 the result shows that tlfet, at so much per Bla Bla and ,! \O'rlCR OK 'APPLICATION- / .

Q: near Starke is that hitting balls into the rough might kill the he has lost none of his prowess as folks with a .yen* for psychology FOR TAX IKKI ,
will attend to learn "Why we act <*f e ajte, Bill N*. 1 I'l' a vote getter. In a field of six IS HEREBY GIVEN,
few quail that the hunters misa.
like Human Beings" or "You the
candidates strung out all the way That Lnwtey Turpentine Company,
fe I Answer to Every Problem" and usually a corporation holder of Tax Certificates I
from,Penaacola. Miami he poll Numbered respectively 1KB

: There were a miserable lot of politicians at the State I ed in the first primary 56,408 wind up by taking advantageof lap, 171. 181, 181, 181, and 184,' I IsBlind V3
the special course of twelve the 4th.. day of July A. D1SJ7 .
Press Association in Sebl'inlllast week. They were present votes or nearly twice as many .as has filed same In my office and ,
private lessons for 1000.
his closest rival. In the run-off has made application for tax deedto
but they weren't allowed to speak. primary he polled 113,343 votes or Then to make matters worse be Issued thereon. Said certificates -
Carnival respectively embraces the following -
Great Winter
.,- -- 0 more than twice as many as his Florida's described properties In the
-- offers an added, attraction this (County of Bradford,.State. of Florida ..
Someone has said that President Roosevelt is twenty opponent.It with local talent cutting in to-wltt "
is our purpose here only to year Certificate. No. 150, tombr.'IE' 'l
v years ahead of his time. Maybe'he gave us that breathing; give the facts of this man's vote on the professional tricksters withcampaign of NB", BVi of NWM of NPlVi Aof
E% 0' NW\4 NWV4 NEW[ W%
It to
spell so we could,hurry and catch up with him. getting history, both somewhat remote speeches. ought "''NWV, of NR\i ot NWU A E*( of
and quite recent. From,these be a WOW of a winter. NWVi of NWW 2 SWy. of NWVi Exin
--.----0' ; But. it's an awful tough break A. In HM Cor W"of BWH *"
fact* those who do not want him SEll Of SVVVi 4k SW ef SEH of
We hope they don't make the' Florida'exhibit in Rockefeller for Governor may take warning for the home-town boys .who've NWM NWW of NE% of SWA
S>4 of NKVi of BW14 w'% of SWtt
stuck it out: through the lean
M Center realistic that tourists there will that he cannot be dismissed with a
BO up just move of 8EW NWVI of 815% *" WVi otSWVi
wave of the hand and those who years, paid their taxes and Bond \ of NBV of 0BV4\ Section' $1.
5d Into the building instead of coming on down here. I assessments, bought all the licenses Township 5 South Range IS East,
do want him for Governor : :
may 54k
nd. containing ,Acres more or
t(' I I. :- take to themselves the comforting contributed to the Chamberof ..... r- .-vt1Ortlfleat ,.. Only ravel, system ,:covering

',,':jt t The staff of the B. H. S. Journal should.be congratulated knowledge'that they are not following Commerce-!* Children's Home NW% of aWVi* No.of''NBS4 H*. *embraces*, ALL'.he canal'
for the National new territory
the fortunes of a mere and even helped pay NKV. of NWU '* W'(, of ,
: upon winning first prize for the best school page in the state Like advertising to be pushed NRVS of NW V A NWVi of NFJlo'
I for towns is weakling. Take as you back from th bowl by a NWV, $ under 2,500 ,population.. The Telegraph proud -0 gravy A" NWU of SWVi, NRH\ of HWH of 71osda suewe

frj of it. NOT A FAILURE!: flock of,outsiders.who'U sneak In HWH *" MW'M of SPIV\ of Bwvj *" __..... easel 1eIIIerr. ....... at lie .ieE. seie'

few months It' for a, month or so and clean up, SJl:% of Nrci of 8VT<4 A NWft Of potato es dk s hat Ceaab Ewe pateta to CaaM Florida aade
Only a ago wu 8WW. of SIO\. A" HWVi of NWVi, of
-----0--- widely said that the League of then fold their tents gather up SKV' NE of NWV) of SJS a'1 A" WHof fte>West c:...*. He. olha fcaaapartaaeai mliai SelveS Ihewkate

:j'j'A speaker at Salt Lake City declared that the Republican Nations was a colossal failure. To- their Jack and blow leaving the NR:5<4 South of SEW Bans of Section II East Township ron-. .. *. sisal te......,irir *T ThaWs Me4or tto*

excellent local merchant. local theatre and taming 170 Arrss. ;sea y m reach an ol Ow .*el kuHMlaat rite se I Ha leata.WMH.M .
Party "must not be liberal not conservative radical, not day there seems to be an To'b ; "a.N'
Certificate No. '*" .
local businessman to hold the bag tt be to" aUte M dw eaaial a* to vaywkara to
ft chance that it will be able to do of W% of NWUof.' NEH and of
standpat. About the only thing left for it to be is entirely KV4 '
what seemed the Impossible-stopMussolini's all summer. NWVi\ of NEH\ Ea B03 ft El A" Why .. a la*. feet .. FUrlda Molw ltoa se.wliaed -

.)''1. absent African colonization ,- loin ft N A 8 on K side "' A hi l Ml i at Ma Medial. hae.sj' dsM. ,... see tJwiT
,t: 8W cor of WI4. of NK54. F.14.. A
' 0 ambitions. \Fifteen transport companies) operate 914 of NWVi of SWVi of 'l A SVti> f*?*.*.**... .. -- --.
Mexico's airline network of of 8WM of NE A five-year-old girl and a fouryearold'boy "eloped" Italian troops are still ,fighting 9.613 miles.r4OTICPI NWH A 8RV.' of 8feU!: of NWVi A" Jacksonville r__$ .80, Orlando __.._._ 2.60
in Ethiopia. Italian which : NWlZ,; of HKU of NWU; A wr..t -

; ,(' ,from their- homes in Atlanta the other day. They were divorced are merely the echoes papers of the dictator -' I smCoipi NWVI of NW4* '. of SU NWG nfNKVi A of NV5 SWV 0fk Tampa _____ 2.60 Ocala __-_ 1J J

as soon as mama and papa caught. up with them four ; still say that Mussolini's war- or HOMO: RIKCTIOI of NWW A" s4' of3W(4.( of NWUA Mima ._______ 5.80 W. ,Palm Beach 5.80
Notice I. hertby .lv.n by The NM of NH of NW'4 tlf 5W 14 A" fitevit \
,i' miles away. like spirit is unquelled. But, at Board of Public Instruction of Bradford of Nwtf of HWH A NRH of'SW'4\ it '
Geneva Italian spokesmen are County. Stat. of Florida, that W," of 8(* of nvvyi orswtt A DiuT,, of UNION BUS STATION
----0---- an election. will be held on Saturday HKH of A, sw% of BF3tf A
' '
: In much softer
: talking VOlces.j the 14th day of December. A. D. 1113s, 8WH of 8WII.\ of SWW A NI,? ot MRS. I:. H. SMITH Ar tIf'
i The entire population of the world could be acc'omodatedIn ,They seem genuinely by the qualified electors who are NWVJ of NV4 ef NBH of SB? ,
I freeholder. .( Special Tax School A SEH of SEV Section IS, Township -
\ the State of Texas. giving each person nearly 4,000 square Reason; Through League District Number Fourteen rte t South Ranae.12 East, containing -
fifty nations have pledged themselves aid: County or Bradford o* SOa Acres, more or less.
1f'' feet of land. And still someone: is nearly always in our favorite -i to stiff economic sanctions Florida to determine whether or Certificate No. 181. embraces -
will Issue bonde SW14 of 8WVi. of NEt A RH efKS.1 i'1lh
,seat at the movies. against Italy.-and England. leader r\h"lu.l.o'fI'i..V. .. Thousand ef NWS flWI4 of NEt of
; of the League in the present Dollar for the purponen eel forth NWVi A SEVi o'fIw.'or NWVi ..fNWVi
In petition callingfor eald election NW a
crl." has refused to reduce Its now on file with the said Board of NWVi o'SWI1'of NWI4 .. 1114 o'
A Chicago teacher had to bring a cow' into the school Mediterranean fleet, la sending Public' Instruction In lie office In NWVI of 8W(4BWVk ( '" of NWM of
the Courthouse. In Btarke, Bradford A" NEVI of 8W1,4I) 54 0' Swt4
room milk here and then give the children the milk rnorder stilt more ships to key points.SarasoU'a County, Florida. and that said election A SV4 nf 8KVi\ A" WMBEVi Of NW\4 0'

to convince them that milk does not originally irom :- ..alt'be-b.ld at dthI.followingschool A SBH of NWV of 8EH\ *" ,
come -
, houeee In to- SWVi of NEH of 8BV Section 11 I I' -
" cans and bottles. Wonder if the little dears will make her DeSoto hotel to beIng wits Vanderbllt.. Hellbron and RIsInr Township I South. Range 11 East .
remodeled by Herbert KlessHng. containing 41& Acres. more or less.
grow coconuts'next? There belnk no newspaper" published Certificate No. 181 embraces. B
owner. In said Special Tax School of 8WV" of NKV4 BWVi of .W'4
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