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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 22, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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KING[ MURDER NEW YORKERSPRAISE GRIFFIS WILL 'CLOSE DECEMBER

ACCOMODATIONSAND "}t? I Jury Convicts

ATMOSPHEREOF ALL DAY THANKSGIVING,

CALLED STARKE EXPLAINS MERCHANTS PETITION SAY ON' MAY SEE BERRY

Three women from New York
who stopped at a local hotel one Chief of Police A. L. Alvares Lonnie Green

JUSTIFIABLE night this week, said to the clerk BOND ELECTION found a ready response this week MOVEMENTShippers

when checking out: "Before we when he circulated a petition
it* to among local business men calling I II
came Starke this afternoon we
ainwright discussed 'hick' towns in general for all-day closing' next Thursday Without Mercy \
Pete
County .
and small-town hotels in particular Superintendent Thanksgiving.It Describe I
At has been the custom In recent ,
Absolved
in a none too
complimentary Describes GrowthOf
But years to observe the. holiday in or- Outlook for Season -
manner.
we just want to
Inquest'KNIFE" that we were agreeably surprisedto say Schools der to give merchants an opportu- As Good UNION SERVICEOF I Judge Sebringfill' J

find such an enterprising and nity for an all-day hunting trip or Sentence Negro to
TURNS OUT TO to attend" special Thanksgiving CHURCHES WILL BE
up-to-date little city and such WANTS VOTERS
TO
MOUTH ORGAN church services or to Visit friends RAIN NEEDED RUT HELD THURSDAY AT Chair Today
BE ONLY splendid and restaurants.accomodatlons The as epithet to hotels F 0 L L O W-CONSCIENCE outside of town. PLANTS ,ARE HEALTHY METHODIST I -

coroner's Jury Monday morning 'hick town' A. J .Grlffla The Telegraph, will be printed on a
A certainly does not superintendent of
FATHER TESTIFIES
apply Unless Old Man Winter The annual union ThanksgivingService
rears I
returned, a verdict of justlflMt in this public instruction for Wednesday next',,week to give our
case. Bradford
his ugly head within the next few of the Starke Churcheswill
absolving Pet Wain- staff an opportunity td observe the -
:
homicide The women also stated that County, yesterday Issued the fol-
holiday and advertisers and weeks growers here are predicting be held at the Methodist I
from blame for the murder lowing persons Evaltne Frazier Killed
statement ;
-right they were writing a party of in order that Church Thankegiving
strawberry shipments before Thursday morning.
(f Troy King at Lawtey SundaY -! friends who were coming to Florida citizens here might better understand bring with their news material edpy la are as asked soon as to Christmas as prospects for a good Day at 10:30: o'clock. For "Revenge" On s.

night. in a few days, to 'be and the school board's action in .
I sure possible In the week season continued to' be termed The sermon will be given by the .Mother' '
testimony broughtout make Starke for the calling bond elections In District y'
night.
According
I "the most favorable in recent Rev. C. B. Price of the Baptist
the inquest Wainwright Three and Fourteen on December -
at years." Church. The Rev. B. M.
victim four ,times with aptrtyeight 14: DIRECT Montgomery Judge H. Lebring- this 1..
allot his : ) ,RELIEF Although rain Is beginning to be pastor of the Methodist :*
"When
the
calibre pistol when he BUSINESSMEN present school building morning sentence Lonnle- Green ay
needed berry plants are lookingfine Church, will be In charge of the
that King was advancing at Starke was constructed
in "revenge murderer"of
negro
i bl e'fed In all parts of the county and service and the music will be under -;
him with a knife. An In- 1914 we had an enrollment of leas To EndDECEMBER eight-year-old Evallne Frazier to' It4die
upIIII almost mature fruit has been reported the direction of the Methodist I
ttrument that was said to have Investigate Hitch than 475: pupils, In 1916-17 we had In instances Choir In the1 electric chair. Death e '

seen flashing In King's hand an enrollment of 479 pupils with many Acreage became the only course of punish7
been Is said to be about the same as last A free will will be
taken
turned out later to be merely a eleven teachers: in 1925-26: we had 1 offering ment open when a jury after tenminute's
south organ. Three bullets were 'IN LIBRARY an enrollment of not quite 490 pupils year. for the benefit of the Florida Children deliberation late Wednes-. .y

poured Into the prone body of with thirteen teachers; now I In speaking of an early season Home. The pastors urge a day afternoon returned a verdict

King after he had been felled with -- In the term of 1935-36 we have an MAKES shippers here recalled a season good attendance and everybody Is of first degree murder without recommendation !t
LOCAL
the first! shot. PROJECT HERE WAS AP- enrollment of approximately 900 DEFINITE OFFICE PLANSTO four or five years before ago Christmas( when shipments and" ...... __ ___. of mercy. d ,
began
HI feeling is said to have exist.ed PROVED BUT NO pupils with twenty-seven teachers CEASE I" u Green his face 'expressionless, ,
i for some time between the two FUNDS GIVEN and a principal using twenty- continued with hardly a break on invited.FALL received the verdict without any "

toys, who are both about twenty four regular class rooms and two Definite arrangements are being Into May i TERM display of emotion just as he had .

of age. King Is not unknown A committee from the Business teachers having to work in the made to close out.. direct relief In The season was opened lit Plant sat throughout the day and heard

years\to court records in this county and Men's. Club was In Jacksonville halls with a partition forming the this county after December 1, Miss City this week with the shipment Circuit his father and uncle give testimony k
this rooms In the extreme ends of the of the first pony refrigerator of Court that helped to send him to
only recently returned from the morning for an Interview at Gertrude Heerlng,} Welfare. director
halls and one teacher working in fruit to the northern markets. It the electric chair. Only once during -
state
boys' reformatory at Marianna WPA headquarters in the Interest said this wsek4 after receiving
a dressing room back of the stage. was the earliest movement since the six-hour trial did he smile
where he served a sentence for of two Starke projects-the a communication from Conrad Van I ENDS TODAY
Reviews School's Growth 1932. Rain Is also needed In'>this -when the state's attorney madea
fighting and other minor offenses. armory and the public library. Hynlng Florida BRAf administrator
witness at the hear- The library project here was approved "We are now offering in the section of the state. slip of the tongue and said that
Principal Bradford County High School'one Green had been living with the
Lonnie'' Starling another by the FERA In June but Mr. Van Hynlng said that the -
ing was of the best Commercial Courses A FEW CIVIL CASES murdered girl's father, Instead of-
Federal
with was dropped by this agency in Sep- government Is definitely FINE GIFT
Wainwright
who was
youth at the time of the shoot- tember when it was expected it offered in the State regardless of going' out of the direct..relief. business ON DOCKET WILL laying her mother. b; .i
IUd King size of 'J
the
school. FOR LIBRARYMORE Principal witness for the state
ME HEARD
Both bad attended the would be taken over by the WPA. after this month. tx
tog. boys the "In 1916-17 we were using eleven While definite was John Green, father of the defendant l
were
Church and Although project was approved no figures
were
Lawtey Baptist home when the murdertook for $792, funds have never been class rooms today we are using available Miss Heerlng estimated THAN 200 BOOKS The fall term of circuit court who testified that his son,

returnIng said. actually appropriated and the librarian twenty-seven. The school officialsof that less than 100 Bradford County RECEIVED HERE AT drew to a clone here today with had been living with Pearl Frazier F

place, Starling some women'' friends King ,. Mrs H. H. Young, has Bradford County are offeringthe families would [be effected.by SMALL COSTA the hearing of one or two civil mother of Evallne, but that she f '
iccompanled free holders In District Threean cases and the had left him and gone to Lulu with
never received the regular salary the order If another WPA project passing of septences
tome and he and Wainwright church met that was provided for in the original opportunity to decide whetheror should open up before that time valued'gift of 229 volumes of by Judge H. L. Sebring on those another.man. About dark on the ,

liter on the road >from set-up 3 not they wish to match Federal and large quotas of canal laborers fiction to the library here by the already convicted of criminal' of afternoon of June :3 Lonnie came h a
Starling testified that the two men k funds to the Public Library of Newark N. J. to the
The library, was sponsored by enlarge present high continue to be called. There are lenses home of his father and asked -
began arguing and he heard Wain- school building in Starke. The was announced this week by Mrs. for
Evallne who bad been
staying -
the city and was financed and now 275: families on direct relief A jury Monday convicted
FayeteBrown
wright say, "Don't come on me Id H. H Young, librarian The books there
proposed w
improvements o u Miss saying that he was goIng -
8&ld"Admlnlatratlve ,
housed by the Woman's Club. It leering for the larceny of cattle
with that knife.. King continuedto I create a seating capacity for 1200 staffs of the have been rebound In a good library to take her to her mother who '
has had a remarkable growth both but freed Carl Cone,' who was .
advance on Walttwrtght, the people, which Is necessary to ac- binding and are In good con- had written asking for her v''
In number of books and In popularity ERA will be reduced and it Is not named In the same Indictment.
'witness said, untilstoppeed:. .>.by.._-the- .- since its opening... -A guar- l comodate a graduation program yet known how* ff\foy\ employeesof dition. This addition to the library Identification of Cone by. state Lonnie left the house with' the ;t
shot:
1Ir8t pistol I with the enrollment."At here cOIIt'the Woman's Club only little
present John testified but
antee of 600 volumes was made to the local office will be retained witnesses was not and girl, returned -
complete,
s A. search of King's body" .later get the project approved, but by present the chapel exercisesare after December 1. three and a half cents per book several, witnesses were. ,produced about'9:30 o'clOck'.aylnl',
wealed that he was unarmed and conducted in sections as we for packing and carriage charges. "If you want Evallne go about' a.
the time the books were ready for Van Hynlng stated that he> was who swore they i saw him else
that the object in his hand was can seat only half the school in Among the titles Included In the mile and a half across the branch q
distribution there were 1,000 tidies sending a letter Monday to the where at the time the theft Is
i mouth the present auditorium. gift were: and find !'
organ you'll her I'm to
on hand, and through the efforts chairmen of boards of county commissioners said to have taken place. .gone
"The Improvements planned for Black Grand Burled come no more."'
Oxen Hotel -
there now State
of Mrs. Young are throughout the The
case against Levant Wooten
the high school will cost 974,900.56 Lorna Doone Au- Find Body In Woods
Alive.
Early
1,400 volumes on the shelves.A Informing them that they must
3 GOOD SHOWSAT
Hampton accused otmurd.rlng
; of which the government will pay tumn, Good Earth. Hangman'sHouse negro Early the next morning John
total of 206 borrowers cards to take over the remaining
RITZ fifty-five per cent and the district prepare Professor's House, Shadow- his wife was nol pressed came to town and reported the Incident
have been Issued, and records relief load after the government -
when
the
loaned forty-five per cent, and to do thisIt has been reached. Line, Crime and Punishment defendant was arsrlgned to( W; E Thornton the thennl&ht
show that books are being I deadline
Tuesday.
BINQ CROSBY'S'LATESTWILL to surrounding communities Including will be necessary! to bond for The relief chief was emphatic in Complete Sherlock Holmes,'Three marshal. They,followed the
BE SEEN Heights and the $34.000, with four per cent interest his statement that after December Musketeers, Hoosier Schoolmaster Ilance Andrews was fined $ISO tracks of Lonnie and Evallne
SUNDAY Keystone and the bonds to be retired in seventeen of time Crime of Sylvestre Bonnard Tree and cost for selling Intoxicating across a branch about three miles i
Florida State Farm 1 no further extension :
years.Want. : of the Folkungs, Farewell to Arms liquor withouta license and In a south of town and came upon the
and magazine room could be expected.
The
library
Three unusually good pictures week day from'1 Modern Plant Local district boards of ,the Covered Wagon Back Street Kim I dry county. body of the girl lying face downat

[Irs promised by the Ritz Theatre are o'clock open to every 8 o'clock in the after- "The Vanderbilt Hellbron and State Welfare Board are being set Cappy Ricks, Murder on the Palisades Claude Prevatt, charged, with the edge of sTdry swamp. Her 'k
I tar
screen fare during the next noon Rising districts consolidated andIt up at present and it la hoped these Babbitt Arrowsmlth. Sea- assault with Intent to murder neck had been slashed to the bone) I
| vok. was Intended to salvage the wolf Blades Anne of.Grecm Gables Fred A. from side to the
...-- boards would be in a' position tobegin Bosch was unable to appear one other, Thorn-
7 Sunday and Monday' "Two For three buildings and make one functioning, on December 1. Jane Eyre, Bread, Seed, Girl because he was suffering ton testified and later examination -
Tonight," Bing Crosby's newest 52 JOIN school building, but the state and of the Llmberloat. Mrs. Wlffffa of from a bead Injury received at the disclosed knife stabs In the

fun will be shown. It la a bright- the majority of the patrons, Insist the Cabbage Patch, Miss Pinkerton time he Is alleged-to have attacked front of her body. Raw turpen- ; ,

spirited comedy with 'lilting love ,RED ,CROSS DRIVEGOOD on a modern plant for the size HUNTERS. KEEP Bardleys the Magnificent Lit Bosch with a knife The 'case tine had been poured over the life

lOOp and gay romance. Blng lawpported DURING and class of school that this consolidated JUDGE BUSYFEW tie French Girl Journey'. End, against him was continued until leas child and several burned ..

by a cast of hilarious RESPONSE district makes, and in With Fire and Sword Penrod and the,spring term of court. matches and an empty match box'''
WEEK OF
Orcadians headed by Mary Boland FIRST CALL order to build and equip a modern OUTSIDERS MAKE Sam, Lad: a dog Alice of Old A motion of severance was were found nearby?. although there" 4,

W Lynne Overman. Joan Ben- ROLL school it Will cost 936,180.28, of SPECIAL REGISTRATIONTO Vincennea My First Two Thousand granted for Q. L. Sapp In the case was no signs of burns on the body. tr4

lIeU has the leading feminine role. Fifty-two persona joined the Red which the government would con- SHOOT HERE Years, Candlde Cathedral, against George Reddish Herman Marshal Jackson, uncle of the

Song hits that will be heard are Cross during the first week of the tribute fifty-five per cent and the Mother Carey' Chickens Rebecca Woodier, Basoom Williams and G. murderer, took the stand and told,

from the Top of Your Head to annual Roll Call In Bradford County district would have to contribute Ninety-nine hunting licenses and of Sunnybrook Farm Fish Preferred L. Sapp charged with breaking how Lonnle came to Jackson' r

the> Tip of Your Toes," "Without a it was announced after a checkup forty-five per cent. This would ne- eleven special registrations by Beau Ideal Four Cousins, into and entering the Sinclair Bulk house the same night with bloodon

\Word of Warning," Takes Two to of memberships taken by workers cessitate the bonding of the district non-residents of Bradford County The Bat,* Green Light Poems of station here Reddish and William. his hands and clothes, saying qhX
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Juke! a Bargain," and "I Wish I since November 11. for 917,000 to be paid as follows had been sold by County Judge E. Patriotism... had previously pleaded guilty, that he had killed "Pearl's nigger."

: one thousand dollars on July K. Perryman up to the opening of: Woodle was not In custody of the Marshal, who said that he had always 4I
;Aladdin.- of It is believed that this Is the 1 A. D. 1938, and one thousand hunting season Wednesday morn- court and the case against been "a little scared: of Lon. +
thestage's Sapp
largest numberof members ever 1 of each and every 'Ing. MRS. ALVAREZ Ate told how he
WMaading dollars on July was continued to the wa sickened by
gifts to the" screen, spring term
will be seen Tuesday' and Wednes- i enlisted here during the first week! year thereafter until bonds have Under a local law enacted by the TO SELL SEALSBROKE of court; the sight of' the blood on his

W .to "Dr' of the drive and the local chapter been paid. They would bear interest ,last session of the legislature., no I The'case neph_'. person, and that he turned -.
Socratesin what i* V.
old t4 be 1st optimistic overthe prospect ofreaching' at the rate of four per cent one except residents of Bradfordare BRADFORD COUNTY against Q McCoy away while Lonni washed him.:
) one of the most drama- with
charged theft of an automobile -
County's quota Satur-
Bradford allowed to hunt here on
self that "human
roles of his per annum. RECORDS IN DRIVE ; saying blood I.a la
The also
:esters career. plot of ISO<<>> memberships. A Duty To Vote days and Sundays, and nonresidents LAST YEAR was continued hell of a thing to get off." :
.. about a country' doctor, Although .no reports have been "The public 1s informed that the must pay a fee of one dollar Murphy Dlse, a minor, pleaded "Watched Her Die"

HI nerve a great surgeon the, who has lost received from towns outside of county officials are not trying to to hunt In this county on the Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, of Starke guilty to a charge of breaking and Other witnesses) for the state'

patting through death on the Starke, committees of school chil- induce the free holders to vote other five days of the week. will serve again this year,as Bradford entering and was sentenced to two were J. S. Meade and R. L. Wood, k

Next table of his fiancee.' dren nave been appointed In each bonds or to refuse to vote them Judge Perryman reported increased County chairman for the 1935: .years. In the state reformatory. city detective of Jacksonville, -

..Pliant Thursday and Friday the community and their work will no but It is the duty of the board and demand for -state-wide Christmas Seal sale. Mrs. Alvarez A technical error was made In who arrested Lonnie. In the negro T

In Kathryn Hepburn" will be doubt be a large factor In puttingthe county superintendent to submit hunting licenses at the reduced has been appointed by O.i: B. the service of the Scoby bondsmen section of that'city on June 20. }

film"Alice 'Adams. the popu- county "over the top." this proposition to the voters as price of $5.50<<>> against $!UO charged Knowles president of the Florida and new papers will be served for They Mid that be I first gave his 1rA

made from the equallyar Although the drive continues un- this is an opportunity to secure a last year. There was, of course, Tuberculosis and Health Association their1' appearance at the'' spring name. Willie Thomas but that wzl

'ICIIL" This novel by Booth Tarking- til Thanksgiving Day, moat workers building and an Improvement to a corresponding decrease In the to bead up the work In term of court. They will be ordered he confessed his real Identity when r.,

OT! who story of the small town are making their rounds early the Bradford County High School number of persons buying only the ford County. Brad.j to appear and bring Scoby with. they found a slip of paper on him 1 N

airs" will pathetically, tried to "put and almost every person In Starke that may never be offered again. county license which is priced at Last year, Mrs. Alvarez .. them or judgment will be entered I with the following address "Pearl s

appeal. to everyone. will have been solicited by the end I! "If you are Interested in education 91.23. bringing the seal sale returns up for collection of the $15,000 bond. Green, B 101, Starke, Fla."

'b 1 .of this week. of your children it Is your Favorable spring and summer to more than had ever been raised F The detectlvee described the 1

NEW TAGSCEIVEDHERE i Out of each dollar that Is given !duty to go to the polls on December weather gave small game every In the county before. Because of Will murderer's attitude as being per-

I for a membership fifty cents Is 14. the date set for the votingon opportunity to live and persona Illness In the spring she resigned' Rogers Fundt pertly calm after bin arrest He ,,

,sent to the national headquarters this important question and out early to train, dogs reported but having recovered her health Frank Landruna, Bradford talked freely about the killing of

KJJIGHT :to be used in disaster relief and ,cast :your ballot according to the quail and upland game more plentiful after a lengthy vacation, she County chairman to charge of collecting the child and events leading up to i

.|': .THEM WttJ PLACE. ? I,fifty cents remains with the county -1 dictates of your conscience."The than has been the case In recent agreed this week*.to again.aMlst;. funds for the Will Rogers the killing and laughed] about cer- .t

Ott SALE chapter to be used as the members ,' plans for the Improvements years. The Christina Seal .sale... test memorial, said.thle week that bel tain parts of the story, the wit-,.
4' DECEMBER 2. Each who on quail. doves. |had received several donations said. Lonnle told the de ,
see fit. person and the building of the new The open season year made possible a eonsultaUo) and news
J' Br' t small shipment of 1136 gives a 'dollar automatically> becomes .building are in the office of the ;wild turkey and squirrel November clinic in Starke last July. At this was hopeful that many more dollars tectlvee that he "began to boll"

., "."mobile" tags for Bradford a member of the Bradford district supervisor of the W. P. A. 20 to February 19: although time; Dr D. Sydnor Laffltte and would be received before the when Pearl went away and wrotea
and Is entitled. } counties by special drive closes Thanksgiving letter back to him at ,f
in some Day "cracking"
'Dty arrived at the office of Tax County Chapter In Starke or you may Inspect themIn shortened Dr. Tom Irwin, both of Jacksonville -
!! c. A. Knight this week a voice In saying\ for what purposes the office of the Board of Pub- local laws. Conservation officers diagnosed many persons suspected Mr. Landrum said that 'he would him about her new man. The !{ b'

|T d tale will bel'inon them Mon"r.December the money left here shall be lic Instruction in the court bouse. urged hunters to check up on of having tuberculosis.Christmas write to the principal in each mere be thought/ of It the more hebegan

2.. spent. local laws before' going into a Seals also make school in the county asking that to boll. the negro said, and ,
r', The county. They also urged hunters possible they provide a coin box for small at last decided to kill Evallne for
," new tags are red and white Rooms Open Will Rogers BenefitThe to notice their licenses for the bag a program of health education contributions from school children. revenge. He described the murderIn +
have for
no safety device.: The Sewing in the schools: a campaign detail and said that after be
for lighter cars Is $10.25. the Bradford ,County sewing rooms Rita Theatre will give a special 'limits. deer (buck only tuberculosis sanatoria In Florida cut"the girl's throat be "stood4

as last year were reopened last Friday at matinee Monday afternoon for The season on 20-December 31.. on tuberculosis Institutes for nurses County Court there and watched her die."

.JM 1036 tags are the same slse Starke. Lawtey, Hampton and the benefit of the Will Rogers Memorial Is November brant, coot and snipe and physicians and many other educational County Judge's court',' will con- The state rested its case about ''R
will be ducks
lhape *. the ones for 1933. .Brooker. A project was approved fund. The show geese 2O-December 19, on features vene here next Tuesday, Judge E. mid-afternoon and Floyd Green

"s, Will.hav.to, supply'thla'.week in Washington establishing sponsored by the' Beautification November doves, November 20- i The 1935 sale will open Thanksgiving K. Perryman announced this week. appointed counsel. for the defend-. <
01rn bolts or other means of women's work 'centers In Committee of the Woman's Club mourning I Day and .close at Christ- There are no' cases of great Importance -

DC them to. .the. :tag.. sup- several 'communities' gpd provided and will be Sing" Crosby In "Two January. Sale of 81.game Is prohibited. i mast time. on (he, ocket. (Continued On Page Eight) '
912,500.. For Tonight.
,for a Federal grant .

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'. BROOKER PINE LEVEL I merits. Robert J. Pleus, assistantto I Starko, the Bradford legal hours County of Florida.during sole on, rEa.t.' of NWJ4 of NEW. or SH of $1114 NWI4 of ot NWAnti. NW''. Itnf

GUM BRANCH the attorney general in opposing -I Monday, December Znd 1936, the of Lot 2; except 6 acres, more NWV\ a 8"- Of\! E .;r,
Cor. IL :&.. McRa Correspondent described situate .H. south of the O 9. &.F. Railroad Ni.. of i4 of NW Miss Elizabeth Harnug-e, :Alls. Vera OaJney, Correspondent Mrs. the move for injunctions ig in following Bradford! County premise Florida to-wlt: and except a 100 foot right of of l'iW of IIW: \0o.t. SWI4 II:

t'' Mrs. Kllaa Hilt-of Plant City Is We didn't have-'services at Pine nored the uf nits of the case In his Lots Six (5) and Eight IS), In way ,deeded of Section to Florida 2t: In Power Township Company 8 "m't%otfll\8W'.{, of 8 : \"rAIII\
Brooker Vs. Waldo court. Block Eight (8), of the 01'111'In.1 BW F
with her Level Church last week-end on account arguments before the South Range 22 East.! And also SW'4' ofNW IIr
,. spending: a few days local basket Town of stark: i"lorida.being NW\o1\ nr I! \ liE
" brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and The Brooker boy'a of our minister being ill. Mr. Pious argued first: that If In NE14 of MWk, of 8' ''o- 37 Turpentine Lease described, upon the % ot 81'l'4 : N oi-l1: :- !: N'ME'4 '
therein severally
ball team motored to Waldo Saturday tlon 28. Tp 6, S.: n. II< B. Together lands asparticularly a of HIDI4 S..ctlnn :
Mrs. J. S. Sapp. I night to meet the Waldo boy's Mrs. Pink Thornton and children the constitution is being violated with the tenements, described in said FinalDecree. 6 Sulith Hanl 22 E... iN. 'Itowi

Elizabeth was the' spent the week-end at Glen St. it is the duty of the attorney general' hereditament and appurtenances 393 Acres, mule or I o ')fltft
Miss Harnage court. The teams described .
on the latter' thereto belonging ttt In The following personal ('t'rtificate
guest\ of Mrs. Elsie Alvarez Sunday were well matched and a good Mary with her son-in-law and office to institute the proper any W! appertaining.. properties, situate at and near, and SW\4 of BW"N o'f I. "Inlo,
and Mrs. action to the observance of FIIANK. LANJ5RUM. being" used upon and In connectionwith NI ,
daughter Mr. Hayford require T. NNot\ NWi, /I: 1'':'
afternoon.Mr. was played. The players of Master, the turpentine, place business J, ,
t< game Its that a taxpayer does As Special NW4. &. aie 01 .r N :
and Mrs. W. R. Kersey and both teams seemed to enjoy their Sapp. provisions. KNIGHT A KNIGHT and location of II.A- Weeks. near NWI, a E',4 of I\VI.\w : & NW
not have the technical right to institute for Plaintiff.I Brooker Florida to-wlt: I 2&Barrel NW
Mr. and Mrs. L. I.. Rushing and Attorneys ofSW: l'W' "r.XW
E. Yarborough and showed t of : ",
. and Mrs. E. good sports
Mr. playing against 11-31-16-23-29 Still, Complete with Worm, etc; NW'14 of :'
with At children of Gainesville and Frank such_ proceedings 1 Gasoline' Engine; 1 Holler BW4! A %
! of Woodlawn spent Saturday manship throughout the game. Pump: IW\4: a NEI4 at H 1Y l NI\
Fountain of Ocala Sunday officers; secondly: that injunction 1 Set Complete, dooper's Tools; 1 lie ti3 of <,or ,
W'
spent
,
! Mr. and Mrs. H. Keene.Mr. the close of this game Brooker waa KiOTICM OF BOND M-KCTIO: Black Mare Mule Named Kate, 1300Ibs. 81.34 5. uf '
. is not the proper remedy. I I. given by Th.Do..d &: SE of N\vtI' XI\
here with Gus Fountain.Mr. Notice hereby
Reddish and victorious by a score of eighteenand weight: 1 Mule I Swtl ot "' HK
and Mrs. J. D. of Bradford ralffo"klblIIr
Instruction
of Public 81" '
letter to the attorney Named Annie I 1
and'Mrs. Jenkins In a ) : 1I.'lIu
. daughter, Hazel were the guests sixteen. F. A. Terrell and to County, State of Florida. that Black Horse with "Saddle' and Bridle: .ttSA&$, it elite 12Certificate I
B. Raulerson and little son William, are spending( geenral requests permission an election. will be held on Saturdaythe 1 Double Wagon with Harness Complete ft"' Gore or I IIf
Mrs. J. S. Sunday. Mrs. Ray .
of Mr. and Sapp 14th day of December. A. l> 1935. No
, file amendment bill for injunction ; 1 Single: Wagon with Harness )"' '
( !! '' .
week.In with rela SW\4 of ; '
this .Gainesville
, Mrs. Willie Garrett of Starke daughter. Nadine and Kathleen by the qualified electors who are Complete: 25 Patent Him Dip of : 8t NB',4 &. %\ I, ur ,

spent the week-end with Mrs. Elsie have returned to their home In tives. In his name. mIn Dlntrlrt freeholders Number of Special' Fourteen Tax of School: the Barrels: 1 Barn with Feed Stuff; 1 NP NE4 WII"W4 of f '4W\'f.f\ NWN1iT.

Misses Carrie Alvarez and Ar- his letter Jenkins said: "I Commissary Stock value 2250.00; all a NW """w,
Alvarez. Brighton after spending a while said County of t"forhe State of turpentine tools, consisting of &: :.ill '
gum Crosby spent Saturday alght with Mr. Pleus. that quo Florida to d er or hacks, 1wJ &of of of wO1'
T. N.. Norman wno Is employed here as guests of her parents, Mr. agree not said district. will issue bonds pullers, dipping spoon, dip ; NE4j; s01
I.' I It. in Rising section with Miss Evelyn warranto U a remedy but insist buckets, chip covers., etc. NE" 01 '
t. at Ocala spent the week-end here end Mrs. Homer P., Oalney. In the sum of Seventeen Thousand JOB HILL WILLIAMS 8t SWjj. Nt% of :hv"IIW',
I the and Dollars for the set forthIn SEYj" ,
Crosby. that injunction Is proper purpose "
As Special Msster. &.
.: with his family. Mrs. A. L. Crosby spent last petition calling for said electionnow "''E'% JJX NE% ,0wrh NI!;
Miss Mildred Brown of Sampson preerable remedy to avoid the delay Doggett, McUollum, howell A sic4 & N 0' "r tlW,
and in on file with the said Board of % of slt
Jack of Starke, spent week with friends relatives Doggett ,
Miss Hope
I.
j of cases right of way A { ;Si1 t *
City spent Saturday night and expense filing Publlo Instruction In its office In Jacksonville, Florida. s'A o or
i Wednesday night with Ella Mae Youkon, members of the Courthouse In marks, Bradford Solicitors for Plaintiff. thin 34. Township G ,
with Miss Eula. Mae Dyal.Mrs. against twenty-one 12 .150 1\\
and Raid election East,00ntainiig
County, Florida that -
.: Sapp. Mrs. W.. A. Brown and children T. N.> Norman of Gum : the legislature scattered all over shall be held at the following U-8-4t-ll-2 or I.... acre" !

I :Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hersey of Cordelia and Junior, attended Branch spent Monday with Mr. Florida." school house. In said district to- NOTICE OK RLRCTION ; Certificate No 183

I Jacksonville were the guests of church services in Alochua Sun wit: Vanderbilt, Hellbron and RlN- At a special meeting of The Boardof of N1014 & N\i\ of Mi euili.rsc,IIr .. '',.
\
and Mrs. B. M. McRae. \
also mailed the attorney aic' of
Jenkins InHT.There Publlo Instruction for the County 51114 of NW.
Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday.
, Mr. and day.Millard Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dyal and 'general a new bill for Injunction being. no newspaper published of Bradford State of Florida which BW; ot BE'!. of NWI;.' &KNW4 \ '
:Misses! Vesta McRae and Etta A. Vaughan of Geneva In said. Special Tax School special meeting was held pursuantto \ & w% or NWV, tot IIW
daughter Etta Fae and Vesta Mc makings twenty-one membersof District Number Fourteen It Is. ordered : at SW\4 ofElWI4 :
call of which
Level section all member had & S\\I It';
Fae of Pine IIr
here
Dyal Alabama spent last week aa Rae spent Sunday with Mr. and the legislature parties theretoIn that said notice shall be .published persons) notice and were present on 8Wu" & any of SI\'I,,
spent Wednesday night with Miss guest of Purvis Hazen for four successive week In the 14th day of November. A. D. of SW\4 I..ss II Acru /I:
Mrs. J. B. Brown at Sampson City. to'I
the event such action is prefer the Bradford County Telegraph Bank & less
Norman. RaIford 1988, the following, among otherproceedings lB A. In 5j ('
Helen A. E. McKInney of spent Mrs. Wesley McRae and children able to.the attorney general.In that being the only paper published I ': were had, to-wlt: cx 5V14 ot SW\4 ..f HEI' "
:Miss Alice Edwards was visiting last week-end at his home here. and Mrs. B. M. Newman spent In said Bradford County Florida.. S. L Crews, a member of said tlon 85, Township 6 Houtt, tor H

her sister Mrs.' Tate Alvarez Rev O. E. McGauley held church Saturday in Starke with Mrs. E. closing" )!!* letter Jenkins interest A.Secretary J. ORIFFIS.for said ,Board. moved Bo.rdJ Its presented adoption a resolution which motion and F.M.1- contttln""t no ocro.Or ,. ,

Saturday. services at North Pleasant Grove E. Phillips.Mr. stated:. "Knowing the intense W. C. MANNINO, wale seconded by J. C. Prevail, a : Certificate NO. 184 ''. ,

Miss: Ella Mae Sapp spent Thurs- Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Underbill of thousands' of taxpayersfor Chairman 11-15-5--12-13.of .eahl.Board. member of said Board, and that thefollowing of NBVi\ of NEH &: su''. tf'SJ!
prompt decision on this issue members voted aye NEW: 4 NW',. of SltI I < !
a ;I &
day night with Misses Etta Fae and Mrs. Roy Green and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. 8. L, Crews. aye.J. of SWVi of NEVi. & :.NJ"! or'NE .

: and Eula Mae Dyal., daughter Mary Jo and Mrs> O. H. M. McRae Monday.Mrs. on its merits, I feel confident HPHCIAI; MASTRH'i CALlS C. prevatL aye % A Nwvi oMiiVK-..,sw of
children that you will consent to bringing Notice Is hereby given that Under W. C. Manning, aye of BJ3V4\ A S'% nt w',, ofF
E. McGauley -and spent W. E. Hall and Mrs. Walter thereby and by virtue of that certain final whereupon the said resolution by SEW\ & W% of N WI'., of 1I1..j;; ,
HIGHLANDMlM Sunday with friends and relativesIn Hall of Green Cove Springs were these actions in your name decree of foreclosure and sale the Chairman of said Board was declared of MMi: of NWVi of M :', LV
rendering my client a taxpayer entered by Honorable H. 1,.. Sobrlnga adopted find which resolution 8BW8WVi8: '*! of i w-u ,
: E. Crews. CorrespondentMiss Ocala. visiting friends here Saturday and and client the taxpayersof judge of the Eighth Judicial Circuit Is In word and figures following, of NEW. of T WV4 a Ek: 01 SI It ?
Rev. Norris of LaCrosse held Sunday. your, of Florida In and for Bradford to-wlt NWfc of NWVi of SacTlVm: 36,
church services at the Baptist Florida; every assistance possi- County. In chancery In that certain WHEHEAa; af H meeting of The ship 5 South' Hall!!" 24 Li i T
Eloise Wilkinson spent Fri Wesley McRae and Bill Newmanof and for all this cause pending In said Court Board of Publlo Instruction. for the taming 6.5 Acres inure
ble to end once or ma
day night in Jacksonville with relatives. Church here Sunday. Ocala spent the week-end here wherein C. L. Btnckwell 8s Conservator County of'Bradford, State of Florida The asseseIant ur tin said
Miss Grace Hazen of Jackson Iniquitous practice of executive for Bank of Starke, a corporation held at its office In the Courthouse arty under the said c..UtI'.lt I
with relatives. .Is' plaintiff and J. C. demons In the City Bradford stied was In the
control of the legislative depart- n..110
Miss Effle Manning of Lawtey ville is spending a while here with Leslie Fountain and Anthony also known a* John C.:' demon, a County Florida. ,f.\.k:4t;; dayof Properties Inc. ur IIr
ment through appointment of leg- widower, and Laurlce L. demons, November A. D. 1930. there was .
her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. T. C. Unless said certificate* Hlm''
visited relatives here Saturday and Brooks motored to Lake City Mon-
islators to jobs in the executive a widower, are defendants, case 040 presented a petition signed by more redeemed according to l law.
Sunday. Hazen., the undersigned Special Master by than twenty-five per cent of the properties described therein u'i,
Miss Connie McCauley la spending day.Misses and Etta: branch. government.! said decreeappointed will sell a* qualified electors who are freehold- .Mold tu the highest hldder<1
McRae
:.11'. and Mrs. Lacy Norman Vesta by said decree directed to the high.ent era residing within the territory court-house door on the firm vt''
'Miss Cleo Norman and Mr. and a while with friends and rela- Fae Dyal spent Wednesday night '- has bidder for cash.. In front of the known and designated. a* Special d"y'ln the Month of January,
tives In Ocala Helen and Kllburn: 'London ,suburb a I South door of the County Courthouse Tax School District Number Threeof which In the 6th., day of jj!,
Mrs. W. C. Hardee were visitors with Misses Dorothy World, war.memorial dedicated to In Starke, Bradford County Bradford County I Florida prayIng 1 Ii IS.:

to Starke Saturday. Norman In Gum Branch section. horses kill I Florida, during the legal hours osale said Board to call an election tod"t..mln. Dated thin llth, day of Xuvei:
the memoryof 783,000
RISING Mildred Brown of on Monday December. 2nd. 1995 whether said Special Tax: 1936.
Miss Sampsonand
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Crews add ed during' the conflict. the following described premise School District Number Three A. J. THOMAS
MUs! Grace Crews of the State Miss Edna Lewis, Correspondent Miss Eula Mae Dyal spent situate In Bradford County Florida should Issue bond In the sum ofFhi'ty'four Clerk of Circuit Courta.ii.M.0A.1iitJforJ

Wednesday night In Rising section fOTICR Of IIOMD IOLIWI'iOvNotloC ; to-wlt Thousand Dollars forthe County Fl,
Farm, were visitors here Thursday Mr. and Mrs' O. E. Crosby and Mrs. l 1..-$ *rehY' given by The Lot 18 and WVj of Lot 11 In ISI'ol"; enlarging: the school
and
the guests of Mr. ,
afternoon. as Board of Public Inatrurtlon of Bradford : r"FrnO': In Section Ilj 1 Installing necessary
children were visiting in Lake J. L. Underhill. County, mate nfF'iorIdathat h, Range fixtures therefor to he used by the NOTICE OP 11'10': :
Miss Thelma Gaskins of Water- East containing IS acres. more white children of said. district and At special
City recently.Mr. an .!." Irtn- will be held on Saturdaythe ; a meeting of the, I';
oak here with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brown and 14th day of December A. I). or less. : and. Lots 31 and 22 In this Board having. duly considered of Publlo Instruction for the, I'
spent Sunday night Jeff Lewis of Ocala spent i Mrs. Alice Oliver of Sampson City IH35. by the qualified electors who Hald Section Township and touch petition and the facts statedthcrein ty of Bradford Slate ot Fli 1<.
:Miss Eloise Hardee.A. Sunday with his family. friends are freeholder I Special Tax Range, known a* 'Woodlawn all and having determined that which pedal meeting' wan hold
I were visiting here Sunday School Dl.trk-t u.t.:: ... Three 1ot the abbuttlng roads. to remain opento said petition IB signed by more than Huant to call of which all men, ",
E. Maxwell of Green Cove Miss Evelyn Crosby had as her afternoon. said County of Hradford State of publlo travel) together with twenty-five per cent of the qualified had personal notice and were i I
* the tenements, hereditaments.,, elector who are freeholders residing ent on the 14th day of : ,,
Springs was a visitor here Sunday. guests Saturday night 'Mlaa Car- A crowd from this section Florida to determine whether or not .Noteniln
large aid dlntrlot will issue bOlds In the and appurtenances thereto be- In said Special Tax School District 1>.,1835. the following amniiK, I''
,Our revival meeting closed Sunday rie Alvarez and Miss Araula Cros- and other' sections enjoyed the urn of Thirty-four ThouBand Dollars longing. Number Three and the' Issuance proceeding were had l. tu-wlt:

with dinner on the ground.We by of Pine Level and Miss Irene at the home of Mr. for the'purpoaes .et forth In petition T. FRANK LANDRUM of bond as prayed for therein S. I* Crews a inuniUeni of
grinding
cane calling- for paid election now KNt Special. Master,. Is necessary and that said petition Board prevented a resolution
,, had a wonderful meeting Lewis. and Mrs. Alonzo Goodge Friday on file with the nald. Board of Public KNIGHT .. fully compile with the law. It moved its adoption which mi'
with good attendance from all the Mr. and Mrs. R. W, Conner and night. Inntructlon In Its office In the Attorneys for Plaintiff U, therefore wan seconded by J. (C. jHr vmember
Courthouse In Stark Bradford U-3t-lt-22-2l RESOLVED BY TRIO BOARD OF of said Hoard, anddieussion :.
surrounding communities. We feel children spent Sunday with Mr. Remember the prayer service at County Florida and that "aid election PUBLIC INSTRUCTION aforesaidIn Bald motion, \vu nui:
.
that much good was accomplished and Mrs.' P. D. Reddish of Hell- Pine Level Church every Sunday shall be held at the City HallIn IKT THIS CIRCUIT COURT OK Its special. meeting held on this fore the> said Board and thai'
bronn. the City of Htarke In ald district, TIlE; RIOMT1I JUDICIAL CIH- 14th day of November, A. D. 1935 following members voted aye:
through this meeting.' night. county.and tat.. CUlT OK FLORiDA, IN AND that It la expedient and for the H. I.. Crews, aye.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wilkinson Ovid Norman of Plant City, is This notice shall be published for FOH-BHADKOHD COUNTY INCM best Interest of said Special Tax J. C.' Prevail aye,
spending a few days 'with Mr. G. BOOTSEY'S BEACH foursticceseive week In the Brad .NR Y.PIi1NINBULAR School District Number Three of W. C. Manning, uye.
were In Starke Saturday.M. ford County Telegraph. a weekly NAVAL, STORES Bradford County ofl11.dt fctt1l: whereupon the said resolutlo-'
R. Alvarez. newspaper published In said SpecialTax COMPANY Board on behalf the Chairman ot said Duaid "m'
Carter and Hule Austin were Mr. and Mrs.. Russell Carter of L. Gasklna, CorrespondentMrs. : School' District Number ThreeIn a corporation. Issue and sell bond in the amountof dared adopted and which rt-i
visitors to Starke Saturday. Bradford County Florida. Plaintiff, Thirty-four Thousand. Dollar form tlon I I. in word and figures toting
Heilbronn, spent Saturday night Nora Brewan of Brunswick A. J. ('IRIFI3'IS, ... purpose as e.ald pe to-wltt

Clarence Parker, of the Black with Mrs. M. L. Lewis. Ga., Is spending some time Secretary for said Board. R. WEEKS. .t al., above referred to.' WHEREAS at a meeting of
Defendants. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED Board of Public fo
Creek W. C. MANNING IlIetrlleUul
section visited his
mother i ilr. and'Mrs. Owen Wiles of here with her brother Mr.,.W. ft.Kers.y Chairman' .aid Board. NOTICE OK MASTERS SALE I| that bond.,.h..U) be in the denomination County of Bradford, State uf
Mrs. Ruth Marr here Sunday, Jacksonville, spent Sunday with and family. nuu.., Notice I. hereby given that under of One Thousand Dollar I ida held I at lie office In, the (
and to and virtue of the each and ShaH bear'date July ,
by house In
pursuant 'the City of Htarke,
I.tl
J. T. Marr was In Starke Satur Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thompson) authority vested 'In the undersignedSpeoiaFfctraster I A. D. 11138. with 'Interest thereon : I ford County Florida. on the

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Conner and and children and Mrs. J. L. Gas- MASTRR'S SALE! by that certain Final the rate of four per cent per i day of Nov.mber. A. I). 136.
day.Mrs. NOTICE !I. hereby given that under Decree rendered on the 2Sth day of payable eeml-annually on the first watt .. a petition
J. I* Gaaklns of Lawtey attended Mr. Wilton Conner made a bus- I kins and daughters. Thelma and and by virtue of a Final Decree October. 1936 In. and by the Circuit day of July and January of each I more than 25 per cent of the.1111'I

church here Sunday. iness trip to Jacksonville Monday. Gertrude. attended church at ot foreclosure made and renderedby' Court of Bradford County, In theEighth year, and said bonds to become due I, fled .Iector who are free h"
the Honorable H. U. Sebrlntr, Judicial Circuit of Florida.In and payable a* follow: two of said I territory I\
Highland Sunday, Judge of the Circuit Court of the Chancery. In that certain call*. bond. of One Thousand Dollars eachon Jdh dth. SpecialHchool
Mr. and Mrs. WIlliam' Black- 8th Judicial Circuit of Florida, In therein pending wherein PENINSULAR July 1st A. D. 1988 and two of District NUlbor Fourt
BOREE FUNERAL HOME and for Bradford County In Chancery NAVAL, STORES COMPANY It said bonds of One Thousand Dollars Bradford County. Florldii pi'
welder and children and Barney dated November 7th. 1135 In corporation.I I is Plaintiff, and R A each on July 1st of each and every i said Hoard to call an eleciltm i ,
Full line of Caskets, 4 Undertakers Supplies Nell of Union County spent the that certain caune. therein lately WEEKS and LARKIN D. WEEKH. year thereafter until said bonds are 'ermine whether Halt special, ,
AMBULANCE 8HRVIGE' pendbiff between The' Federal Land his wife) MITRLA K. WALT and WL. fully paid. Hchool District Number,, )'01,
week-end here the guests of Mr. Bank of Columbia, Plaintiff,. and T. WALL. her husband: MAP MBROWNL.EE The, principal and Interest of salt should Issue bonds In the ni":
DAY AND NIGHTPHONE 'and Mrs. C. E. Crawford.Mrs. C. Wllllamx. Ueoroe Tavenner and and J M. BROWNLHIW! bonds shall b0 payable at the officeof Seventeen Thousand Dollar f.
wife, Mrs. deorge Tavenner, and K. her husbandALICE! JULIA Wit the Hanover National Bank In purpose of acquiring a Kite, era .
: 53 53
Fletcher Butler and baby, K. Adklnn. Defendant, the underpinned SON (also known a. Dea Weeks the City of New York and State of building and providing the i s''
Q. II. BENNETT Mgr. of Plant City, spent two weeks who was therein appointed Wilson) and JOE E. WILSON her ; New York or at the office of the vary fixture therefur, to be
,"A Mrs. C. E. aa Special Master In Chancery to husband: J. M. MITCHELL : OLLIEN. aid Board of Publlo Instruction for by the white children of nail
HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"Milt her
here with sister
execute the'' same ,will on Monday DELL, and S. T. HELL her huebend Bradford County State of Florida trlct: and this Board havingconsidered
Crawford. They returned home the 6th day of January 1938. duringthe WILSON TOOMER FERTltl- In Starke, Florida.BE such petition and
; legal' hours of vale, before; the ZER COMPANY, a corporation and IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat fact stated therein and bavintermlned :
Sunday. r House In Starke Florida ell RIVERSIDE HOSPITAL, B corpora an election be and the same I* that said petition In H
.1 Miss 'Thelma Gaaklns spent to the highest and bent bidder for tlon, are Defendants the ulld ..h.ed ."- hereby O dC'rtbfhr' te the CityHall by more than twenty-five per
night at Highland as the cash, the following'; described landssituate. Special Master will-on the tnd In the In said of the qualified electors wh
Sunday lylnu and being In Bradford day of I>December 1938. between the district In said Bradford County. freeholder residing In Maid 8
Tolbert Show: guest of Miss Eloise Hardee. County Florida to-wit: hours of 11 o'clock In the fore-noon Florida on the 14th day of December Tax School District Number

Moncey "Thompson and Charney ,NW(4 of BKyt of NWV and and 2 o'clock In the .after-noon at A. D. 1935 to determine whether teen ana that the l.Huunce of
1 HE14 of 8W14 of NWW of 'Sec the south front door of the Courthouse said bond. shall be Issued a. a* prayed for therein la nece
Yarborough left for the canal near tion 21.' Township 6' South ofRan. of Bradford County, Florida herein described and that at said and that said petition fully
Ocala Saturday 'where they are .. 23 Ease. Containing 20 In the Town of marks, stll to the election the- question to be aubmltted pile with the law It IN, there
: The Show With A Million Friends acre, more or less.with highest and best. bidder for cash the hall be "For.bonda" or "Again.tbonds. RESOLVED BY THE BOo\l
employed. the appurtenance, Said sale following described properties, sit ." PUBLIC INSTRUCTION .
C. E. Crawford of Ocala:spent to be made pursuant to said Decreeto uate In Bradford County, Florida, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat its special meeting held on thl
ARKE'MONDA NOVEMBER 25 satisfy the same and coat. to-wit there be appointed the followIng day of November. A l>. 131.
the week-end here" with his fam B. K. PBKRVMAN, W% of NEV4. EH of NVTW\ SW14' manager: L. D. Green, C. 3 It is I expedient and for
ily. A. special Master Jn Chancery.ll.lgBtUU of NW\. of Section IS: BE 14 of NEVi, Powell and W. E. Thornton and EW. tenet of said Special Tax iDistrict i-
of Dukes- Is of Section 141; In Township 7 South Hayes a* Clerk of said election.IT Number Fourteen of
; Miss Edna Harris Range 19 East. And also 13 FURTHER RESOLVEDAND ford County Florida that this
ONE NIGHT ONLY
visiting 'her sister Mrs. ,Ruby SPHf Mb MASTfjn'S. .SAI.M SWVi" of SEVi.. SWV. 81,4 of NWof /,. ORDERED that the foregoing on behalf of said district do
Notice la hereby given that underand Section B: 8'* 1 of Lot fl. and all of resolution be published In the Bradford and bonds In the amount 0
by virtne'of that certain. final Lot 7. of Section 5; Itettl 4. WMi County Telegraph a weeklynewspaper ..1 Thousand Doln., .
..J' Thompson.BOATiRAIN decree of foreclosure and sale enter.ed of NV4 of Lot 4; SVj ::1 NKo of general circulation purpoie a* elated p.'
' by Honorable H. I.. Sabring a* Lot 8; 8M of SH of Lot III; 8% of Lot published In said district In Bradford above referred to.
judge of thof ffilffhth Judicial Circuit 10, 1..13 acre. on North Side, of County Florida and that the His I't .FVRTHNiL REROth.t
Mrs. Z. Z. OrUfta, CorrespondentMr. of Florida In and for Bradford Section 7t; Lot 8 of Block 1, Lot 4 ot publication hereof be for the periodof said bond shall be In "
L. County, In chancery. In that certain Block 2, of Ward City (now Brook four successive weeks beginningan nomination of One Thousandlar
and Mrs! Arnold Grlffts cause pending In said ,\\ 3. I* Stockwell a* Conservator forBank the Clerk's office of Bradford Coun. l935' 1st, .acl. 1935, with Inl..1on t
: were visiting her sister Mrs. Edna of Starke a corporation Is ty and W% at Fractional Block 5. W. C.' MANNING; at the rate of four per co',','

Jones, last Sunday. plaintiff and J. l\l. Reddish. and Bell. alf at fractional Block Lots 1. I. 81 Chairman of The Board of annum. payable ."II-ann.al$
KeddlBh, his. wife are defendant 4. 5, 5 1.a111' 13, 14'III8FJ i Ia 17. lit. Public Instruction for.Bradford the flOesVCtl day of July JRII:'
Mrs. K. L. Griffin spent the past case No. 487 the undersigned Special Block' 'T, being w%. County Florida. year, and said bonds teb..
week with her daughter:, Mrs., Elite Master by said decree. appointed. Lots 11. U. 18. 14. U. of lIloek I. 0# ATTEST: due and payable as folio .:
will sell, a. by said decree direct Section 8; In Township T South A. j. QRIFFIS, Dollars on July 1.1.
Sullivan. ed, to highest :gdo"Ofoatshh. Range 20 East. And :also Superintendent for the Boardof Thousanc One Thotmnml Dull,
Misses Melba and Mae .Prevail In f n\h of the OI ; 8 acres, more or .e".. In SWVI of Public Instruction for the 138. 1st of each and every
County Courthouse In Starke, Bradford 9EV of Beatlonrg: In Township 'ISouth County of Bradford, State of there after until sold boiidi

and Theressa Jones were visitingMrs. b'f; dB during the le- ,, Range 20 East, described as I Florida, and ex-offlclo, Seore fully oald. __ ._.,. .
Eugene Griffis Sunday. gal : : sale Monday, De- follows? Commencing 450 feet Westof tary of said Board Th.-principal- and -Iior'
Griffla and oember lnd193S, the following described corner of dividing line of 8WW 11.1sStii13nOTICE bonds shall be payabie at the
Mr. and :Mrs. Zenas chattel and premise, to-. of 8WM. and the SEVi of 8W%, of of the Hanover National B
Mrs. Ida Chase were visiting,Mrs.B. / 1 wit! Section .. on North of ,right of way OK APPLICATION' the City of New york and II
north Starke rut All that portion of 8WV4 of NEW of A. S. R. A O. Ry: (now 8. A.. L FOR TAX DieteD> New York or at the officesaid I
of
J. Starling lying North of Lawtey and Lake Railway Company), running North (Sewfe Bill N. 18) Board' pI LmetrUctl
Saturday. Butler Public Road a* now located 850 feet: West 240 feet south to said NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN,, Bradford County. SisIs or 1'in
Mrs. Bowers of Jacksonville In Section IT. Township right of way of A. 8.: R *. O.. Ry. That Lawtey Turpentine Company, Htarke.' Florida.BE .
George .B South flange II East and (now L. Railway) thence along a corporation holder of Tax Certificates IT FURTHER RESO
spent.the past week-end with containing XO acre., more or said .. itt: of way East, topoint ofbeginning. .. Numbered respectively 150, i that; sit election be and ,h
her mother :Mrs. Myrtle 'rle.t.O. 'leu.: also: about 8 acre of landIn And al.o. 189. 171 181. 151./ 153 and 134 Is. I. hereby called to b. b..ld
the Nit corner of SEe of 114 acre, more or loss In 8WU ofSWV I of yanImrhiit.
DRAMA sued the 4t ., day of July A. D. I school houses
GIRLS COMEDY MUSIC J..; Griff was visiting his ,NW(4 of Section nil Township of o'k'at.: .Township 1South 1927>> has filed same In my office and I bron and Rising. nn the 14thDeeenober. dol'
father and mother. Mr. and Mrs. ft South, smld-sdvi :, being I Range 20 described as has made application ,for-tax deedto A. V. 1931. to
all of ,. of NWVi lyingHaet follows Commencing :SOO: feet. West be Issued thereon. Said certificates whether. said bonds shill be
Presenting one of the highest class plays K. L. GriffU last week.A of the PublicKNIOHT Road leading of SW corner of ot'I"10.oL .Block 7 respectively embraces the fol .. heroin described anl1 th
large crowd attended prayer from Ralford and known a* the in Ward City ( .) at $91corner lowing described properties In the said election tIle qu..lon.ubnlt.d
ever' before here one that is new and not at the home of Mr. and Buck Lake Hoad. containing t of Stephens land nn right of County of Bradford, State of Flor shall b. 1.1'' '
meeting acres more or less. Tog.th.rwith way of A. B. H. A; O. Railway l (now ida, to-wltt bond""
out."HUMAN Mrs. Pete Crlffts last Thursday/ the tenements, heredlta S.! A. I* Railway Co.) and running Certificate No 150 embraces, 8EU- "Araln.t FURTHER REOYE]
worn afternoon. merits and appurtenance* thereto North 250' tor"'I'; : or less, West of NE4 A BW of NW% of NB'/t 2 there appolnled the foil
belonging. 250 feet, more south to SB Id EH of NW of NWH or>JEH WH managers at Vanderbilt.
HEARTS" Thrills and Rev. E. C. Hogan of Jacksonville Alaor One cream colored mare. railroad thence east along said nl NWVi ot I-TB14 of NW"0'- 1,.. 1. Morn's", ;
Plenty- wilt fill his regular appointment to y': t.Ofl d weight 100 pounds I right of way to point. of beginning; NW\4 ot NWti SWU ot NW5 Ex :..I.al. '1'. CrewI as t 1'
r W. Hasen. 11 headof and alsoA in A. In MR Cor eV wU of .. \ Green, L .
Comedy Featuring two of the Funniest at China Grove Church next Sun- stork cattle one of said rattle fourth equaL division according SK,., of sww sww ot Sm of T. Muor. "1Rhoden
and marked crop and underbitIn ''to the Government survey of "HW44' NWVi NWH of NE 8W44 & Clerk at |";dnJ
Comedians ''in Show Business SEBEE' day Sunday night. Every one ear and round hole In th. of NE4.\ of Section 22.: In Township S% of NE(4 of AWlS *V4 of swi Lewis, .. Crosby CI
body welcome. other and the others of the said S 1 South. :: r.l.East mare particularly of asm NWVI of SEU: WH of Con. and C. A. Crosby .
HAYWORTH nd BILLY MILLER in cattle being unmarked togetherwith follow.: Commencing 8WH of NEVI' of 8R(4 Section *1. s&id election.I. .
dustTwoJob the (increase of said cattle at cc"N; corner ot the Township 5 South,Range. 22 East .!. 19 FURTHER RESI
Move To from and sine the 11th day of SWVt'of Section 21. Township and containing 345 ORDERED that the fur
Acres AND
or
ONE THOUSAND LAUGHS A MIN May 1 '24'' B more I. the
South. Range II East, a.a1 I.... resolution b. published
: Men B. K., FERRYMAN running thence East 2< 2-3 rods, Certificate No. "105 embraces' ford County Snewspaper
UTE. A. IIp.clal Master. more or less thence couth 10alo:1 NW> of SWJi of NEIL SHU erf of general nrcpublished
Not DroppedGAINESVILLE A aNIOHT. more or less, thence west : NHJi'of' NWtJ 'W% ef NEW of in Bradford CounlY
Attorney for Plaintiff. rods, more or less, thence north (0 NB4 of NWVTA. Nw3 of rwa col ida, there heing no P"f"0f?I
POPULAR TRICES:-One Lady Admitted$ FREE with ll-U-ft-U-U .rods more or less. And also '
NWW S''*" of ffwu cf NWVi" in .aid Special Tax Ib

Each Paid Adult Ticket Special for Men TWO MEN Nov.. 21. (FNS) -.....IC.'L MSTKH caste A one-fourth to Government equal division survey according of. *SWVi. Nwvi*of SWVi 8WV.TL\ of 8B NWH% of SV rwH, .1 Number lloation hereof Fourteen be, and for the that V.,1.

Will Be Admitted on One Paid Ticket, Same as the -Joe C. Jenkins attorney of this Notice I* hereby given that under he same BWH of NE4.\ of said Bee. IEV4! of NBU ot HWVT, NWufo"SWVi four successive week b.D.1
and by virtue ot that certain final Ion *:3, lying directly east of the ? of of 0vem'
Ladles. .. city representing, N. A. Collins decree of foreclosure and sale entered above described tract and of the SBV*.OIrEf''SWV of NW35of the Ittn.day
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Jacksonville, baa Instituted a new i by Honorable A. Z. Adklna asJudge same dimension and area, being the of NEU" of flBVJof Section sE'4 3? Township W34- m .w. Vrfe MANJINO. .80

Big Tent Theatre Will Be Located move In an effort to stop the pay ,I Eighth of Judicial the Circuit Circuit Courtot ot Florida the In same Johns,property as Special conveyed Master by to K. the M. taming I-Booth-Tlange 170 .Acre*. more 22 East or less.eon.. .Public Chairman Io.tructon of TbJA. forATTEST
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of twenty-one member of the legislature i and for Bradford County In chan American Trust Company a corporation Certificate No. ill embrace. N'* tord County

now employed In the exes 'e.ry-tfl is said Court that certain wherein cause J. J. pending a. Administrator of the Estate at W34 of NW", of NE14, and m% 01 :
PhIllipeis of O. F. Marklllle.
and ,
Co Madison BroadwayDoors I deceased NW16 of NEIL Ex .. .
100 It E W' I.
plaintiff and A. utlve de 'artment., In the hearing 117 and recorded In IOU 't N & S OD ID side .. 114 A iii the 4
are defendant the undersignedSpecial Deed Book No. II for *
Open at 7:00 Show Starts at 8:00: of bill for Injunction in the circuit i Master. by said d.cr.1- publlo records ,of .Bradford page 525.County.of the S14 IIW 01 eo..of'W'4 SW'4 01 Nm\6. of 101'4 & of Public of Instrnctloa Bradford Stsi* %]*
pointed will eel to the highest bi Florida. And of-SW."J. of NElL] County "'
court at Qulncy. I alsE or 411i: and a 1tarr
.- Its dee for cash tn front of the SouthCooed \ of ND* of BB14. of Section NWi4 w.4, .m">1'Niit \6.Ae,NNW'4 Florida .Iofflclo. '
the "' .t said
Jenkins
: argued case on the County Court House In lit In Township I NW & I of
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ELEVEN
-ONE STAKKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY. NOVEMIIEK 22, 1935 NUMHEK

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Educational Trip Special ProgramTo Meet The Seniors :
.SCHOOL DWIG
EDITORIALS: DAYS -- By
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Taken By B. H. S. Be Held HereThanksgiving Last week ; friends. we had

Day a confidential interview with W T. '
o'IJI'Iftrd Class
tM Best; Interest of Geography r Weeks and a poetical view of Ear-
to yeJ, ( E l --
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JIIGII SCJlOOoII The Industrial Geography Class yESYERDa 1 'f Thanksgiving comes only once neatlno Andrews.
pJDFORD; t) a year and here it Is again Yes, This week we meet MIllS Dot
and Alumnae composed of thirty pupils, enjoyedan big White and Reverend Hugh Hill
Is for a
school planning
patrons the
\ Educational to Gaines- pR.TsFwR ':
Trip to' which Walters formerly of Ashburn, GiI., ,
.
_.. ., .. -- ville, on Wednesday, November 6. / Thanksgiving visitors program and all points south. \
STAFF' The first Industry which we visited we Invite "Ladles and children first al. ,

EDITORIAL: A.'W Ander. was the "Moss" Industry. We The Thanksgiving program will ways" This rule of etiquette cbtiges ;
Cbtef----- 6osK each
kr in son, Jr obtained Important Informationfrom be contributed partly by us to pass Dot In review first

r_Dorothy White the president of this Indus- room will have a' number of as Dot Just why we call her Dot

flY jvutor Editor, :Marjorie Warwick try. We learned that mOils is a Sfti -' .J many numbers as deemed necessary Instead of Dorothy you'll under'"

ry ______ .Walters member of the pineapple family ".. by the teacher stand later, made l her acquaint.
o EditorAlice Royester and blooms In the summer The ..... .. =, ''' \ The program will be the last pe- an with Old Man Winter and New

torlal ____Maria Thede finished product of moss is used TO . : \... '\. riod of next Wednesday. We then Year's Day at the same time for
lure Editor HAS :,ee at 3 o'clock and will not 1 In
t out
Editor ----------- for upholstering of furniture. To me \ get she was born on January ,
wgSH : .
entary Eunice WIlliams get the finished product moss is J go back until Monday morning on 1018. Dot is the daughter Mr and.
._.----- gathered from the trees and piledIn 01S" :: 1, r ei11LS Cvt e which we begin our last month In Mrs. Olin W White but lives most

piles on the ground. It is then ..t r, I' e the first semester. ly with her grandmother to keep

EDITORIAL wet with water and allowed to dry ,--:,o., \, ,, We hope that everybody will her company.Dot .

Henry, and Tom were with for about six weeks. During this / have a most happy Thanksgiving says she dislikes conceited

S of young people on a par. time the bark on the mOBS rots .. e and will be all pepped up for thelast people, and people who are always

many were smoking. John and comes off, leaving a strong v TitareKVGo few days of the first semester tryin to attend to her business and
1). of cigarettes iAS To.'pit-'c term. call her Dorothy rather than
cd out his pack fiber. It Is *then put through a To \ )
for hmlself and passed gin which separates the fibers and DIl"le. \ "not!"
one .
took he $CI 09C to to JacksonvilleFor
likes
Heury. "Have one removes any bark remaining on She go
! to t JOKES What?) and people named
T "No thanks Ibegan the moss. \ (
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goody, ( % -- Dill ( see connection?)
don't be a can you any
NDj
"Ob.
from
of l
The ,
gatherers moss get LA a .
S'Be a man, come on take one and one half to two vents a 1 % Tnr "Papa." said the dentist's little Dot wants to be a stenographer,

5V and havea, good .. .... ?"" son "I must have a new pair of She says her bad habit is talking
up pound for the moss The finished .
the seat of these Is all de. too much and too loud.
Z.. interrupted John. product gets about four cents per pants;"

took one, but not so withHe pound. :9 'iJ' cayed. Hugh Walters alias Georgia BoyWalt.r
Henry
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"t'7 e
J (> refused when one was of- The next educational place we 1 t r ,,/\ ., Why Is a telegraph pole like a was born in Anhburn in

IS! Him and good-naturedly visited was the "Museum," of the "' / ': ''' : ? Because It sticks up for the cracker state, Georgia. Hugh

Sed off the Insulting remarks University of Florida. Some of .., r -& the mayor city. was born on October second, 191T.
.,. .
made to him. which the \ About three months afterward his
jt l were the things Impresses me -1\-
Weak I"'> \ IV' once sister, then about six. said toa
Henry of ; who
Are you like most were: The wide'variety' .. There was a. woman
-iUed, with low-reslstance, unable pottery and china which Included .... .. e r r; was so accustomed to moving thatIf neighbor "My baby brother can'

the ridicule and chiding of "Ceramics" "Hand Blown Boots -,. '" .' : i wagon passed by her talk." "Helen," exclaimed the
Mrtand .. an express "
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others In. Mould l Gtass OO"1 \'. : t1g neighbor, "What does he say?
pose who wish to drag Olasa, and "Blown \-. : house, the chickens would lie down ..
: frown she answered
? the wide variety of birds ; hold their With a puzzled
evil ways also their backs and up
their .
on.
to 'It.. .. ... .. "That's Just It. He speaks In
like Tom--strong which were arranged In attractive .... feet to be teld.
are you ..... /
Or, I .cItstfo.If I a language we can't understand I I":
and a conIdence show-windows The most Impressive \
' with knowledge .... '' : / lot of
'jo'U$ It.'f' DtA9ElLSS Hugh has been doing a
Imitation 'fRdDt!
and what bird arrangement was the .
what is right : ..6
?
of do
of a rocky hole, or side of a ." kNIPtS1KiUNSF9H Exchanges talking since and plans to more

wrong? -.. .. hill which showed the home of a Fox e 'fcnr In the future as his ambition is to

It IB not necessary "to go wnna pair of "Black Vultures" with two COOP cgfNLN NQROBasketball Head In the "Fond"", West Palm be a preacher
refuse politely,
crowd, If you He likes school and good sports
of their eggs. The arrangementwas Beach school paper, says: "Wlnttr
refuse In a good mannered, Jokingny and hates, dancing and conceited
realistic In all details., Season Promises to Be 25 to 35
later, though you may; bad habits.
and people.. He has no
Ml know It, they will respect you Another Impressive showwindow Percent Better; Residents YearWrbelieve Optimistic I Next week we are going to spin

am, you will have more friends, arrangement was a statue of i 1B. Book Club about Outcome or you a yarn about Virginia Wiggins
trusted more. "Major General W. W. Lorlng." GameScheduled The Lesson H. S. they mean the.INCOME: of : 'popular Keystone girl, and

What the world needs today iamn who was a hero of four wars and TodayThe Will Be Organized the year. William Edwards, handsomeStarkelte.

Toms, more of those who dortat fought under three flags, the United It Is a cold, dreary night, the So until.then, bye; bye I
States the Confederate, and the Is down swiftly. fa very The "Question Box" in the Clay .
and don't "go, with Bradford High basketball snow coming very The library short on a
Is right
t looked York covered HI Oracle reminds us of our geometry -i
of Egypt. The statue The streets of New are
those who flag to Hawthorne short maragines.Timake
ht! crowd, more of squad will Journey over books and on no answers SocietyElaine
that book. There are
would believe and Ice.
the so real that one to with snow Book
live the "spunk" to keep in tonight and give battle of this deficiency, a
the Major General was really alive the track team of Hawthorne HI.( Jane is sitting alone In her homeIn Club Is being organized. The club In the back. -

right path. and sitting In the window for exhibition This Is our first game of the season front of the fire. The house is will have two divisions; a senior ;; Wynn spent the weekend
Won't you be, or at least, try should The West Palm Beach High In Gainesville ,with.her aunt,

< and furnished and Jane of the tenth,
but the team Is optimistic richly division, composed
Tom 7 School student road patrol, now : Alexander
aka Mrs, E. N.
the :Museum we to complain, she has and
A. W. A., After visiting the outlook Is bright. have no right eleventhand twelfth grades a attractive khaki shirts andtrousers In
has Vonda Inman spent Saturday ,
lunch. All going to the places cars and clothes. But the composed of the
.. ate Coach Howard has the playersIn money Junior division with black ties and) over '
desired to eat.. essential thing she should have 4s ninth grades Lake City ,
where they seventh, eighth and .
HOW DO YOU ACT good shape. He says: "If we sea caps They were given these Oliver Hutto was visiting In,
forget how you look now. How After eating lunch we went to win this game, we won't have any friends, but Jane possesses not a :Mrs..T. T Long Is the senior sponsor by Police Chief R.. W. Wilburn Jacksonville, during the week-end. '
she call a
world can ia
in the Miss Hazel Middleton .
person and
in your manners T Rough ,and the radio station and we were more worries until the tourna- Katie and Virginia Fugate, A, "

artless and happy-go-lucky?, Or kindly shown over the premises ment because Hawthorne has the friend. Is a book entitled, junior sponsor. Avon Park has two volley ball Z. Adkins, Jr., and Billy, Powell
rend, tactful and gracious' It Unfortunately the program then best team in this part of the Jane reading All those Interested may Join, teams named the "Rip Snorters"an attended the' Florida Sewanne-
Vnnnftonilt wan bV rpcor" ..n-l I state.:" "How to Improve My Personality The membership is 23 Cents! "
be charm- being !
lib* ID little effort to when she hears a knock at the dthe "Devllettes. game In Gainesville, Saturday: ,
kiln the things yo udo. Practice we did not get to see an original Though the exact team has not has the feeling thatsometblna With the proceeds magazine subscriptions a.----
door. Jane
know then broadcast.We the time of this and books will be pus clock In the assembly hall
! on the people you been selected at drastic Is about to take The There are approximately two

jov'll be sure when you go out then visited the "Retory writing, the first team will likelybe place. She tlmedly opens the door chased. at Avon Park High School''went birds to the acre in the United

till) other people. Chemical Company." The first as follows: Artford Brown to admit a young man very poorly The organization and election of on a vacation the other day. States

Charming manners Is simply thing we saw as we went over Simeon Phillips Olen Bedenbaugh, dressed. officers will take place Tuesday. VI BWlwAMVMMIMM*-

bowing the ordinary rules of etiquette the premises, was the coke ovens Mlram Wynn Bill Edwards, Randolph He greets Jane with a cheery We hope the Book Club will succeed B. H. S.'Journalls

thoroughly. The reason Stump wood was put In the ovens Quarrells, Albert Lee Cros- "Good Evening." In every way.

Ay so many girls get upset and and was baked instead of being by, Edward Bagwell, Ancil Futch, Jane curtly asks "What can I First In Contest
AND
U-consclous when they're out Is burned. The baking forced the tar and Orlvls Prlngle. do for ?" BILLY HIS SMILE -

flat they're unmannerly 'every out of the wood andalso formeda Knowing Mr. Howard's view, the The young you man says, "I saw you Billyalways; wears, a smile, We, the B. H. 8. Journal staff,

for Be polite to the borne folks, gas, which could be carried back team Is sure to play hard and do through the window, and I have Never wears a frown.. felt happy and honored that our .

ten when you go out you'll be pout by a pipe to the firebox under their best to win. the audacity to come in here and Billy, Is the happiest boy paper was good enough to win Olt as aeeeee eeaeeleaeea .

*unconsciously. the ovens and could be used as a Coach Gray of the girls team tell you the lesson I have learnedby In all the world around. first place In the contest for school .. ._u,... ...

fuel. Therefore all that was necessary says the girls will play the nawI with life." He When the days are darkest, newspapers In towns under 3,000 NOW ads tea. al.aM .
There are books on etiquette true experience -....... ,
that out of all sorts was to get the ovens hot I thorne girls tonight also. The : shivered as )If cold and Jane asks And the skies are grayest, population, conducted by the Florida aloe --....
explain a way than the baking wood would produce team Is not well organized as yet the fire., Billy always wears a smile, Press Association on November .1 ._.....
In by
I* to
awkward situations. Every him come .
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[jtrt should have one handy: Ittl own fuel. After the wood I :Mrs. Gray Is sponsor and chaperon "Now, just what do you want to Always. Is the gayest. 8.9 at Its annual meeting -

is baked It becomes charcoal which and Marjorie Marwtck Is cap- tell me?" Jane asks politely be- We are proud of this and will

,.Think of all the situations that Is about 88 per cent carbon. The tain pro-tern. The members of the cause this young man has warm- Would not this old world of ours treasure the> silk ribbon we received

[W up at dances that would have products of the making of charcoal first team have not been selected. ed her heart. Be.;. a happier place to dwell. Just,as |song as It will hold together HAROLD C.WALLrewurf

ken less awkward If you'd only are: ((1)) pine tar, ((2) turpentine,I Remember B. H. S. versus Hawthorne "If you pleaae, I 'want to offer If all of us were Billies, INIUIUNU stance

l has aura! Here are some' ,: ((3) pine oil. ((4) solvents, and (5)( at Hawthorne tonight at some advice, don't sit here alone With a happy smiling face.If We are deeply* Indebted to Eugene Til 146 tOO CUL IT !T* KtI*.

Introducing people la one of the charcoal. We then inspected the 7:30: o'clock sharp, and wish you were dead, get up, every boy and girl was bubblingO'er Matthews for giving us spaceIn i'enfv tur fft'ti rttjMf4ti

mplest, every-day situations -- poser plant of the Retort Chemical Everyone attend and be a B. H. wake up, go to work and you will with joy. the Telegraph, and for enteringthe : 4 tmr rtrva

to did anything ever cause more Company which produced all l S. rooter be lots happier. I know, I was If we could every frown, school page In the contest.. ."
Wnptlcatlona? Some intro
!'wns fall as flat'as a pancake and pany. We next Inspected the "ator- Educators Meet lonely. I gave my money to the WEEKLY MOTTO

Jww are a Joy forever.. 8om age" for the oil. None of us inspected Friday Afternoon benefit of children with tuberculosis If all uncles aunts, and mothers,. Let us take,time for all things

biee they spoil the whole party-" the "storage" thoroughly got a Job and now I am mak- Fathers, sisters, cousins, broth.

)sit because .you started off because of the unpleasant odor of --. Teachers ing a living, meeting people, helpIng ers.Always, t
,Wong. the oil. The Bradford County people and have a feeling ( tried to grin and bear It,. .1)'

Of, course, you know that boys We then returned home. held the regular afternoon mommy in which meetinglast several around me of being useful, not Just We would all get onwsd splendid ;

118 always presented to girls, and We especially appreciate the Friday useful but useful for something. ,
con- .
hp and girls are always present. kindness, of Mrs. Demorest In mak important matters were Please, benefit by this advice and Strife and warfares would be end. i

* to older women, and older men ing it possible for us to take this sidered. discussed the school crisisof be happy. Thank you for being a ed"And It. .Announcement--
share
** always to trip.Margaret They and good-bye." our happiness we'd .
presented girl, no helpful and educational County (Tampa) good listener
Conrf.
Htllsborough Johnnie Ree
alter how Hair. changed, By .
young. But' do you Jackson County (Marianna). Jane, now completely
how how to save an introduction and shook hands with the young man .
the problems
!loin everlasting oblivion Just They also discussed "Thank you, I will give EDUCATIONAL WEEK
and said:
Notes Mr. A. J. ,
. Interesting of this county, in which has been observing
e your wits. Drop a few hints money for the benefit of the The school
would assurean some
*wt the people you're introduc- -nice letter and Grlffla stated month that term he for this children In the slums so that they Educational Week and much we feel by that the .We have the most modern Cold Storage '

*. Give them a clue so they cant We received a eight be happy." we have benefited ; r .. _
and hu may r ,
"
the dally school If it was financial SlveD'on the
"Dally TroJans Ina and
severalf Jane programs
together on some of con- month later we find talks
Ion. Like this: topic"Mary, "may publication of1" the University of manly possible. also One smaller, less attractive apart. schools and what has been done and Meat Curing Plant in Central Florida.
and teachers was
Ipreaent from our friend The pay of the schools. The parents have
, Tom HarlngtooT He's California, with this same young man for the
Lester Shnell. who is goIng discussed but DO further information ment engagement to visit the schools and house in connection
titltaln of our swimming'' team, graduate Is than was i radiant mile ami'an bees urged for with a modern smoke .
there. He says he was received, other work the schools are doing
ri I think he knows broth- to school That Is not all she has see what
your team. In cne In the past. ring. what the child is doIng -
This the fresh football given happiness the child and
Is Mary Kennedy, Two on dls- which Is the root of her of
sent successful! bank
Ipata for of the Issues ,of the "Trojan" After the most By G. M. T. for his school. The
them to talk about.
If anyone they then adjourned togd'metings U__ .* fails, why not in-
.
roil found his picture. "ARlnn nave --
don t have to shake hands to us, we euucBuua NO INCREASE IN PRICESWe
held of
and which was upstairs much out
""IUI> People wants to drop him a line, vest now and get as J

IQI U big smile you meet.and "How A graceful do you he'll be glad to hear from you, just in the different rooms. All together Students Enjoy school as possible and help the
meet
*?" are all that's necessary address the envelope: the primary teacher Their ,Vacations school to prosper.
discussed their problems --
4tc4 the name If you can That's Lester'Slouch Road then and the grades teachers for -TEACHER'S PUZZLEMY Specialize In Sugar Cured Meat
nattering 1429 Queen's School en-
little trick. It makes Bradford High
hat
I*W ... 1 they are making an im- The teachers that taught history Joyed two vacations of second: Is In cartridge but not YOUR INSPECTIONGAINESVILLE
.Ion on you. He'll answer you. mathematics, andchemistry had (* whole day ff on :Monday :My WE INVI1'f: j
English shot
end In
up If an older woman their meeting to- lust w.. iL as It was Armistice day but not In walk '
"**a over to. speak to you. It's :The tenth grade, and the whole held met in and we had one-half a day off last :My third Is In run wblskes but not #
the principals In ,
BID All Is
LPweful to welcome gether. of. :My fourth
meeting
little courtesy. You'll school, Is glad the monthly
discussed Friday as
where they
*. >It has been absent several Mr. Gray's office Teachers Association in talk '
who
'hom yourself when you'rolder."The Plummer the standing of grades as the Bradford County fifth Is In red but not In fight ICE & j
:My
to pneumonia.
Ladies' Home Jour- weeks, due and attendance. was held/ brawling but not In .
III. to dallies, exams, of the :My sixth Is In
-
advantage
I at 4 o'clock., Many took
:Mrs. E. K.. Perryman was the They adjourned "free" days (Saturday Bun- fight not In t<
ft.otGlITfi I in The meeting was held in a most three seventh Is In soft but
teacher
FOR THE WEEK seventh A. Home room day and Monday'and did quite a :My '

': careful bow you take the ad.i the absence of Mlas Hazel Middle- successful--manner..- ..... bit of visiting. bard la In butter but not In COLD STORAGE CO.

Of people. you do not know: ton last,week OLD SOUVENIRSBy | Because we went cramped for :My eighth lard 1

Ple who are not grateful for Leona Phipps time, we had no chapel programlast in road but not In .

mare; not Ukely to -receive Junior' Turner an A student has of Old souvenirs arena joy to be- week and eliminated the :My path ninth Is Phone,1067 1201 N. Grove St. y'
first grade Student
Klncalds' of the
Mrs. meeting bellved high '
weekly r't
I .
hold is a dearly
to ; all
4PeB the good to all moved to Hampton and Is going Government Asiembly My .
you can They are dearer to me than treasures school teacher.If Gainesville Florida .
the ,
JiIIIpeople you can as Ions as ever school there. of gold; We are looking.forward to cannot work It out 'the ,: ,
you
r a. that uta i every place you can.. of the world has They constantly tell ,,of hidden Thanksgiving Holidays.. answer will be found elsewhere on
can travel well afoot The populaUon
TV* at two billions by trea ure.. Puzzle this page. 4
good been estimated Answer to Teacher
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$ Hall was delight Thanksgiving Recipes MenusThe The"outstanding"meeting on Tuesday on eveningwas three: The this Bible proved was of used great to value ClaRIIlty to, 11M all,l

.1 following three recipes not human Judgment,
ocict last Thursday aft- counts: First was the Impoliteness, so no rurnl '
make delicious dishes for the tlon will 'be
needed
14, with a birth- Thanksgiving: season. or Intemperance of the stove which to find! I II
honor of her sixth Cranberry Sauce persisted In laying a smoke screen I classification, but much ponUerJ

4 cups cranberries because of a recent application of Is suggested when (thl sls found
"' contests were en- 2 water aluminum paint, but when this 'The song service was espeCially.
W. M. S. Elect Celebrates : litU guests during 2 cups cups sugar cleared away a good sized audi- sparing with the pianist back In.to

Officers For 1936 Birthday ,With DinnerO. ; and the young hos Boll the sugar and water to- ence, or class was found seated, take her place.
tec! many useful Bible in hand, and ready for study. Another
Important
The Woman's Missionary Socie- W. Dyal, of lids. gether for five minutes. Pick SUbject Will
fri soloist and be
Next a new appeared taken up next week
ty of the Methodist Church held a brated his seventy-first wlKe birthday cake' over cook and add rapidly the without cranberriesand stir- then last, and best, was the Bible failed to hear the one and this If you

devotional and business meeting Sunday, November 17. 'the center of the ta- ring until they burst, which study Its self, the subject being don't miss the next. week

Monday afternoon at the church of this occasion he was adorned with six pink takes about five minutes., As --
with Mrs.. W. E. Middleton presiding ed guest at a birthday hlll. The cake was coon as popping of berries cease QUALITY
'}: over the business session. Mrs. at his home. with ice cream to remove from fire and cool. This SER1'1CEFULL
A. Wood conducted the devotion- of guests. Candies and LINE ALL KINDS
| There were many gives a rich, heavy sauce.
|? al service, her subject being Pray- given as favors.
i r tives and friends present Mrs. James A. Lewis.
r, er. celebration, who wished was assisted in caring HEATING STOVES, OIL, CAST
:\ The Rev. B. M. Bontgomery more birthdays, they : : by Mrs. L. S. Hut- Pumpkin Pecan Pie BOX SHEET IRON &
\ pastor of the church, met with theM and Mrs. W. T. Wasdln i Edna Hutto. ,,3 cups pumpkin ,
J women and thanked them for the ily Mr. .and Mrs. T. I. to enjoy the affair I 6 eggs CIRCULATORS
''i Hearnest and helpful work during daughter, Louise, Mr. and were: Peggy Ann 1% cups brown sugar
;;" ,' the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Mont- H. Gunter, Mr. E. E. Edwards, Jr., % cup molasses TURKEY ROASTERS
gomery and children will go to family of Waldo, Mr. and ,Jo Ann Dinkins, 1 teaspoon salt
J'I Benson Springs to spend Thanks- D. Dyal and family, Mr. Paul Canova, 1 teaspoon nutmeg .22 REMINGTON CARTRIDGES ALL SIZES.
giving with her parents, the Rev. H. B. Stokes and family, Barbara Jean 1 teaspoon ginger
'i and Mrs. J. W. Austin. According Mrs. Lloyd Dyal and Mundy, Mary Beth 1 teaspoon cinnamon LOADED REMINGTON KLEANBORE SHELLS.

]Jl 1'' to Mr. Montgomery's request the, Brooker, Mr. and Mrs. Knight,Madge Brown- 2 cups hot milk PRESERVES THE BORE OF YOUR GUN
f. Missionary Society, the church Strickland and family, Elise Green, 4 tablespoons melted butter
{v$ school and the church members In Britt and family Mr. and Hutto.:. 1 cup finely chopped nuts
'*: general will contribute groceries, O. Dval of Ocala. Mrs. P. Beat eggs, molasses and su- Bradforde Hardware
'" Mr.: and; Mrs. ,X.: W. Dyal : gar ,together for. at least five Company
dd 1 Dyal and family, Mr. and Honors minutes. Mix splcea in a very
\ J. Murihee, Mrs. S. B. sa'and Mrs. Johns small amount of the milk and

Butler, Mrs. Annie Trlest, blend until free from lumps. ..
Kldd hostess -
RITZ THEATRE do, Mr: M. L. Trlest, and was Add rest of milk and stir this -
in her home on
ter Youngblood. mixture Into the first mixture.
STARKBf at Mrs.a bunco party Ma- Place pumpkin In a large mix- Freshly Roasted t Freshly Ground. !
George
ing bowl and gradually add the
i PROGRAMBEGINNING Notice S. R. Johns, Jr.,
liquids to it, beating well after
FRIDAY The Epworth League each addition. Line two 10-Inch COFFEEEIGHT
I ery Sunday evening at 6:4 of yellow and white pie pans with pastry and sprin- o
",} FRIDAY, NOV. 22ND. at the Methodist I was arranged ar- kle two tablespoons pecan O'CLOCK RED {'
'1{?, 'Keeper of the Bees' League is Interesting and i room where tables meats and one tablespoon but- "Mild-Mellow" "Rich Full
bunco. After all of
,If tional. We are ; ter over each. Then fill each t
It:.; Nell Hamilton ous of new members. Be arrived the hostess pie with the pumpkin mixtureto Lb. 17c Lb.
'} Betty FurneM attend. > of the honorees a within a quarter inch of the IfTAN59 r0
(' {' top. Bake in a moderate oven
( SATURDAY NOV. 2SRD. scores were added, until half done; then sprinklethe HEREECONOMYRUlES BOKAR-.VlgoroulI-\\lney"
[ "THE AVENGER"Buck etc.Benson, for Springs.the Orphans Next was awarded remaining pecans and but- Per Lb. 23c

f G Jones guest towel as high ter evenly over the pies. Finish
Comedy and SerialSUNWrfON the day designated as the prizes for the two baking until well done and a WINNER PEARL-HIGH QUALITY
'kt make contributions for
dainty handmade golden brown about 35 or 45
I NOV. 24-25th ject.A. minutes. MEAL 10 Lbss 21c

;:v; "Two For Tonight" nominating committee assisted by Miss Mrs. James A. Lewis. .. -
posed of Mrs. A. W. served
( Bing Crottby Joan Bennett Mrs A. Z. Adklns and I Haynes MARY-ANN-Flne Unbolted CORN
and coffee, White Fruit Cake
;1',;,, News and ComedyTI7K8.WED. Long, nominated officers ; plate was' placed a % cup butter GRITS 10 Lbs. 25c

i"''I" ., NOV. 26-27th and they were unanimously .... 2 cups sugar
The officers are as follows: the affair with H{ cup sour cream '
"Doctor Socrates"Paul
ii{) President, Mrs. A. 3 sifted flour
; and Mrs. Johns cups IMPORTED PHILIPPINE VEGETABLE
Munl-Ann D'Vorak
.n' President, Mrs. T. J.. ; : Mj Richard, Misses 1-4 teaspoon salt
,R7\ TIIUKS.-FRI. Nov. 28 and 20 cording Secretary, Mrs. Mina Manassa, Sara ,1-4 teaspoon soda COMPOUND 21bs (BuIk) 23c
0 "Alice Adams" White; Corresponding [ Lillian Sternberg, 2 teaspoon baking powder .
''k Mrs. F. H..Long; Georgia Katherine 2 cups chopped blanched almonds .
Kathryn Hepburn Amelia Ray; Christian Coleman, Hilda Dur- -
Fred MacMurray lations, Mrs. L. A. Davis: Snyder. 1 cup saltana raisins IONA BRAND-RED RIPE FULL, PACK

;lr? Fred Stone Study Leader Miss Olive ; ;.. -- 1-4 pound citron TOMATOES 3 No. 2 Cans 20c
;; CASH NITE EVERY WED Chairman of Orphanage 5 egg whites .
.
t NESDAY. Those attending Kate Struth; Publicity, 1 teaspoon vanilla -
'(!". show Tuesday are eligible for Halle; Superintendent of r* Cream the fat and sugar to-
FOR DELICIOUS PIES-A&P BRAND FANCY
1, j prize by leaving their name Mrs. E. S. Matthews; gether and add the cream. Mix
"f i; with cashier Tuesday. Parsonage Work, Mrs. A. COMPANY'o Utieetlng of the Gar- 1 L cup of flour with the nuts PUMPK1N3 No. 2% Cans 25c

"f1'i' derson. Union was held and fruit and sift the remainingflour .
tocUst Church last
-- : with the soda and baking _
.i1
i -
JII'! powder. Combined thees Ingredients -
1 is a collection of the and mix well, mix in SULTANA BRAND-RICH SMOOTH 21-oz. jar
:;1I J; of Starke, Wal- beaten-egg whites and add vanilla -
'IDRESS UP FOR Melrose and Camp- Pour in a well greased pan PEANUT BUTTER 23c
over one hun-
were
> with greased paper and bake in
present at the devo- oven 300 degrees F. for :2 or
\ meeting bell l at 21.4: hours. When cold wrap In PRINCE ALBERT HI-PLANE

r Miss Dorothy White waxed paper and put in tin box.
which included Keep a few weeks before serv- TOBACCOCan TOBACCO
]
prayer, scripture Ing. I"
a song by a guest, Mrs. D. E. Knight.
Iitii entitled "His lOc 2cans 15c

}tii ,The,Sparrow., .,
with Miss
c meeting Woodman Circle NoticeThe
President, presiding
1. ... .' It was voted to regular meeting of the .,WHEATIES Package lIeLIPTON'S
to the Assem- Woodman Circle will be held next
i TEAlb. 21c
i o! )in Memphis Ten- Tuesday, November 26, at the hall. Pkg.
f h. All members are urged to attend. RINSO 2 Small Pkgs. 15c
I of the business was Mrs. Lulu Hutto, Sec.
; of.the local league LIFE BUOY SOAP 3 Cakes 19c

-Matting members of ANGELUS BRANDMARSHMALLOWS

invited over to the 1-lb. Bag 15c
building, where a
enjoyed. Do You CAMPBELL'S

hN's.. Gi will be held TOMATO JUICE 4 14-oz.cans 25c
110 the second Thursday
Ever IONA

y. BEETS Sliced 2 No. 2 Cans 15c

tk{ \ program WonderWhether IONA

M. U. PEACHES No. 22 Can 15c

FANCY SANTA CLARA
'. ,Missionary Union
; Church held Its reg- the"Pain"Remedy PRUNES 70-80 Size Lb 5c

\ and program meet- You Use .
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Monday after is, SAFE, ? FANCY-NEW STOCK
\ large!( number attend- FRUIT CAKE INGREDIENTSGlace
tt .)I' Ask Your Doctor
1 / \*.Two, Mrs. L. O. and Find Out Pineapple Lb. '39c ] Raisins Sunmaid Pkg lOc
l ..had charge of the .
Tai .: Glace Cherries Lb. 45c I Currants Rajah Pkg. lac

was opened with a Don't'fntrust Citron Peel Lb. 30c I Dates Dromedary pk 15c
of Jesus," and the Your
"Even As Orange Peel l Lb. 30c B Brown Sugar Lb Ctn 9c
was
Own or Your Family'sWell
The Scripture was Lemon Peel Lb. 30c | Molasses Brer Rabbit 19c
Flfst. Book of John, Being to UnknownPreparationa
Mrs. Q. Powell.
L.
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df, QUEEN ANNEMINCE
consisted of several

which were: person to ask whether the MEAT 3 Pkgs.. 25c
: "I< Will Go Where preparation you or your 'fnnuly
i
Me To Go."-Mrs. are Inki'ifj for the relief ol headache
.it S.Ftto: use fvulatly H yom -- -
'familv: Mrs. G.. IONA BRAND-SPAGHETTI ORPORK&BEANS
.by W. about Genus w tMYbn: ASPIRIN
Ho will Coil )'ouh.., hrforr the Can 5c
II )!L. F. Dinkins.. ;/ -" of IJ,yet, Aspirin. moat
i -:Mrs. E. C. Priest. 'pain'. remedies .were advised
at "t Gave My Life for agnitiiit by pbyriciani u bid for thitpinKl .< IONA
.. : and often, f-r the heart.
O.Powell and Miss
Wiiicli t I. food for tnoagbi If you 27c
.. SALAD DRESSING Jar
,was' closed with a tanlt. i quKl n< rote rrhetSiicrtints ,Baver! Aspirin .Ql

THANKSGIVING H M. Fussell. Among the feudal r.HthoJi net dis-
NOW toyerra for the relief of headaches FANCY EATMOB CAPE CODCRANBERRIES
sad the of rheumatism
AND WHILE WE'RE ON THE SUBJECT pains ueu-
OF
wi: rili and neuralgia. And the expert-
24c
EXPRESS OUR THANKS TO THE PEOPLE OF em ot millions of users his proved Lb. .
; UNION COUNTY AND OTHER SURROUNDING
s it tan. for the average person to use
;, DERFUL SUPPORT GIVEN OUR STORE SINCE r.flu'arly.. In gout own Interest nmembcr -'
+, SHORT DAYS AGO. A MAJORITY OF YOU this. FANCY YORK IMPERIAL COOKING

,r OUR ALREADY STORE FAMILIAR BUT FOR WITH THOSE THE WHO SUPERIOR ARE NOT I} ."' TO Aipum You at can any get drug:Genuine store simply Bayer APPLES 3 Lbs. We

WE HAVE EVERYTHING FOR MEN, WOMEN t>v s-ling for u by its full name
FULL LINE OF DRY GOODS, NOTIONS AND .. OR RENT LAYER ASPIRIN. Make it s'
FOR ROSE CO., TAILOR-MADE SUITS AND US- point to do this- and see that yon FANCY U. a NO. 1 MAINE GREEN MOUNTAINIRJSHPOTATOES
lid what you want.Bayer' '
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NOVEMBER_ __ __ _ _ _ _BRADFORD_ COUNTY/ TELEGRAP1I, STARKE FLORIDA PAGE FIVIf
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Mrs. Lena Overstreet and daughter I POLITICAL PRIMER ire backward people by shooting I I Mr. and Mrs, T. J. Kearce an- .'',1". "" ,;J'Ij,'.
Frances
moved Tuesday to NATSEZ Iyj '
Lake City to join Gary Overstreet. : -- them first?" nounce the arrival of a girl on November ,,",,; h'1.:;'
(From Christian Science Monitor) "Don't neglect;, your potatoes; .,; t ". '1'II
who Is employed there Hart IT. ": \j
by 3
Bits oflDcal )
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"Daddy, does to ""
why want
some Italy Junior k "
Furniture Wouldn't ,}
Company. it be> nice if <
go to war with Ethiopia when !: "
kind soul would Invent salt shaker "And Daddy, don't Italy and lost ,
Ethiopia does not want to go to A new device for finding ;} :
Mrs H. C. Wall and Mrs O. C.j that gave salt at all times, a war with Italy?" Ethiopia both" belong to the Leagueof hospital radium Is now used. Affected "t
N Register left Monday for a week's cow that gave Nations?
visit In Tampa with their respective milk all the "Well, Junior, Italy Bays there "Yes, my son." I by the powerful raulatlon It
,
mothers time, are several reasons. One Is that : "clucks" rapidly like a hen when f
Mrs.
C. T. Dutton, a corn "And Daddy, wasn't the League
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND and Mrs H. Perdicarla. remedy that Mussolini says there are too many created for the purpose of trying the lost tube la neared. t,;;f.t' 1'
_. people In Italy and he wants to '-
really cured to settle trouble between countries
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PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN Mr. and Mrs. RT J. Davis, and corns, a golf send that nation's overflow popula- without going to war?" the other side doubts the Justice of .z.,.. '\,
children, Ida Lulu and Marjorie, ball that didn'tfcllce } s Y a tion to settle in Ethiopia "Yea. Junior but-" Its case" ,

will spend Sunday In Palatk as a barber t "But, Daddy, la It Ethiopia'sfault "And Daddy, if one aide Is WillIng "Well then, Daddy-"
the of who that Italy haa too to let the decide and
guests Mrs. Davls'a grandmother never cut many people League "Junior, I think I hear your
hi Mrs. A. S, Crews spent Mrs. O. J. Griffin of St. Augus- Mrs R. H. Wells. 'you, a head that w ?" the other aide ia afraid to-" mother d
and Jacksonville. tine Is here visiting her son-in- never grew bald "Not at all, my son. In fact, "Yea, Junior, that shows that +calling you" e
Jl'day in law and daughter, Dr. and Mra. E. S. G. Lewis was taken this weekto a battery that _;_v L1P. Mussolini offers prizes for large
L. Biggs. Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville never ran down JI families, but you see "
I D. E. Knight spent Wednes- where he Is seriously ill with and silk hose "But Daddy, It the overflow

?to Tallahassee on professional Mrs D. L. Williams, of Stuart kidney complications.. Mr. Lewis that never wore out. Mussolini senile to Ethiopia overflows I For Expert RepairingSmith's
.;DesI, spent several days of this week will probably remain there for ten Our Munsingwear Silk Hose will there too, will Italy have to 1
here with Mrs. M. M. McGee and days wear out but they last so long you make war on some other countryto
(.. ,nil Mrs. Paul E. Canova daughters. really don't mind it when they do. provide room for that overflow -
?eon,Paul III spent Tuesday In Mrs. W. C. Manning and children ?" -
duonvllle- Marjorie and Billy Mrs. L. Munnlngwmr "Go on with your supper, Junior. Garage
:Air. and Mrs. Smith Denmark E. Moseley and Mra. J. C. Manning SILK Now, aa I was explaining to you, ;
Judge and Mrs.. A. Z. Adkinst and Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Chastlne spent Sunday In Gainesville as the HOSIERYFull another reason why Italy wants to 'j

t Friday and Saturday in spent Sunday visiting relatives In guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence FashlontMl conquer Ethiopia Is that Ethiopia Phone 120 .1 .
xyeonvllle.gne Lake City. Bejsley. Settle or Chiffon la a very backward land and Mussolini ;
89c & Is ao sorry about its backwardness l ,
$1
20% on your automobileICe Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight had Miss Rosa Lee Dunbar, of the OTIIEU 11KANDS ____'7 Do that he wishes to bringIt Wrecker Service Day or Night
convenient term too. aa their guests last Sunday Mr. State Farm, has returned from a the blessings of civilization."
Ilium Realty. St and Mrs. A. A, Simmon, of St. visit with her parents in Knoxville, ., "But, Daddy, how. can you civil- k' 'rY
Augustine.. Tenn. They accompanied her home \\'OIHPIt', r
)frl, j.W. Killian, of Asheville, mil will spend the winter in Daytona WORK OXFORDS l
1C, is here visiting her broth- Mrs. B. F. Flowers has returnedto Reach t +
Block or Drown
r, Joe Truby. her home In Ocala after a visit THANKSGIVING SPECIALS
here with her daughter, Mrs. P. E. Mrs. A. Z. Adklna Mrs. C. A. $1 Pair r
the Myrtle Strickland spent Canova, Jr. Knight, Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs, L.
? past week-end In Gainesville -- D. Vining, Mrs. O. L. Beaaley, Mrs. FINE \\'11ITE WIIOLE GRAIN
siting friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle spent fl. L. Biggs; and Mrs. K. O. Dun-I Ladies'WINTER TIP TOP GROCERY
Wednesday in Hawthorne, and can attended a sectional meeting COATS
|William Sapp and E. J. Flynn while there Mrs. Halle visited Mrs. cf the Woman's Club held at Jack- I Sport Models! In Several SUGAR RICE ,
,ft Wednesday for a hunting: tript Kirby Smith. sonville Wednesday. Shade of Blue C1. U. NASWORTIIV, Owner and Operator '
t Gulf Hammock. I 5 Lb '
a.
Mrs. Sally Enteuza of Waldo Among those attending the $6.95 5 Lb s. FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIAl..
Vise Elizabeth Hollingsworth is spent Sunday here as the guest of FlorlJu-Scwannee football game InGainesville
ding several days In Galnes- Mrs Lalla Chase and Mr. and Mrs. Saturday were Floyd I I 25 WEEKS SPECIALS 2 S.C ;'
lie visiting relatives J. W. Morgan.Mr. Crton, Junius Smith, C. E. Johns, SOCKS"'FOO' C PRICES-TWO
H. C. Wall W. P. Smith EldreJge MEN

|lira. C. H. Nasworthy and Mrs. and Mrs. William Sapp and inilth::: E. S. Matthews, and R. J.,, In two Grades .. h:4:j t
Dobrow spent Monday Davis FULL CREAM
diem Miss spent CREAMERY
Dorothy Sapp recently I 25c
lUng In Jacksonville' several days visiting relatives In Fruit Cake Materials Y
Waycross, Ga. The meeting of the W. C. T. and Pure Silk. CHEESE
G. I* fatten of Jacksonville, this week will be with Mrs. W. U'I 35c BUTTER

nt t Wednesday here with Mr. 'Mrs., W. H. Hart, Mrs. N. D. Smith. Fourteen: present last 3 PAIR FOIl $l Candied Lemon Peel, lb. .30c t ,,4 j
Pound
T. F. Landrum. and the fellowship carries Pound 35c 23c ,
d IMrs. Wainwright, Jr., and Miss Edna spiritual Peel lb. 30c
Strickland spent Saturday visitingIn out the watchword: "Not by might, Candied Orange '
Misses Edna and Carolyn Hut- Jacksonville. nor by power, but by My Spirit, Men'a or Bps; PURE GROUND Candied Citron Peel, Ib.__ 30c PIII.S. PORK &I .
j,spent Sunday visiting relatives salth the lord," Friends of the Melton JacketsNavy

i Ocala and Wlldwood. Robert R. Pyle, cf Gainesville, cause welcomed. Blue with Full COFFFLfCandied! Cherries, lb. .44c I B E A N S

Representative for the Federal Length Zipper Pineapple, lb. __39c
Rlckenbacker return- CARD OF THANKS
T. D.
Mrs Land Bank, was a business visitor '
I Tuesday from a two weeks visit' here Wednesday. We wish to express our deep appreciation 2.98 2 Lb. 25c Candied Ginger, lb. ,. .45c, 6 ,I-lb. cans 25c Y
Bradenton with friends. and thanks to our
many 15c
: friends and neighbors for their !\II''''_ Fall Hat $ .( -StyllMi Sundried Figs, lb. -- '- GLOSS STALEV8 4
Mr and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, PILLSBURY
Mr and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and Jr.. of Jacksonville were the kind deeds and expressions of sym Frocks 93.05-LL Sheeting lOo a Sundried Dates, lb. 20c ,
ughter, Betty, spent Sunday vlsf guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. pathy, and for the many lovely yard, while present' ,,supply' II'.tit. PANCAKE Sundried Prunes 21bs2 pk l5c S T A R C H
f friends in Gainesville.. J. Sr. flowers, In the loss of our father IT PAYS TO BUY AT-. sl'I
Epperson and grandfather. Sunmaid Raisins, 2 lb pk 15c Pkgs a +
lIrs. O.. W. White, Mrs. B. M. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Clifford and Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns, STERNBERG'SStarke Ib P k g. 10 c Sun dried Currants pkg. .IOc'3 lOc '
oatgomery and L. C. Ray pent children of Jacksonville, were the George C. Johns. I .
fstaemlay in Jacksonville. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warren ---.-- Florida PILLSBURY'S White Raisins, lb. __ -___...:17c SWIFT8 LAUNDRY,
I '
MORE ATTACHESThe
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. :Matthews, of Perkins Sunday., St. Petersburg Independent ... u). FLOUR Red & Green Pineapple! lb 44c' .s 0 A '

lac us: were recent "guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.. E.! Perkins quotes a.letter from former representative I Mr. and Mrs.Ton Blade of Bax- Sundned Peaches, lb. __ .' l5c', I'a, 1
lollnd Mrs. D. E. Knight: Mrs W. H. Perkins and Miss Eun- L. S. Light of Marlon ley, Ga., spent the past weekendas
ice Perkins spent Saturday visitIng County as follows: ; the guests of Mr.'and Mr. D. '6 lb. bag 35c Sundried Apricots, lb. ,25c 5 Big Bars, lOc + ',

|sam Alvarez, Victor Thomas In Jacksonville. ....... The senate journal, be P. Carpenter and Mr'and;' Mrs. T. English Walnuts lb. 20c 4 6'
,
Ind Junior McDonald.were bust- says, reports two sergeantsat"rms T. Long. Mrs. Slade was formerly OCEAN fIPRAY' o. K. SOAP J t
lea visitors to Ocala Monday. Mra. P. J. Pearce spent Fridayin in the regular list of senate Miss Flora Belle Jackson. CRANBERRY Brazil Nuts, lb. ._ 19c'

--- Gainesville as the guest of her officials, 13 sergeants -at-arm \ Paper Shell Almonds lb. _25c
p 0 W D E
I Mrs L. A. Jernigan. Jr., fthlnesvllle son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and through the regular session, two The following party left here SAUCE ,
was visiting Mr. andP. Mrs Tommy Lane. sergeants-at-arms after adjourn- Tuesday for a week's hunting tripat Paper Shell Pecans, lb. lOc

In. E. Johns here Sunday.. ment of the session, a total of 17 Gulf Hammock: W. E. Torode-, Can _____ 15c A New Shipment of Spices In 5 For lOc
Mrs. L. W. Halbrook and son such men for 38 senators. Repre- H. C. Wall, J. B. Alexander, Carl
Mrs, R. A. Thomas Is at the Gillwpltal Merrill, of Lake City, spent the sentative Light continues: Johns, John Kinlaw, Sam Ander-
wbere she la convalescing past week-end here with Mr. and "A sergeant's office also was son, Joe Truby, J. W.. Killian of SILVER KING GUARANTEED 6 LBS. 12-LBS. 24-LBS
urn an appendicitis operation. Mrs. W. L. Andrews. created with 23 on the payroll ata Ashevllle, N. C., W"" M. Wain-
cost of $4,836, 10 sheriffs and wright and Glen Searing, Jacksonville -
S L. Sllcox returned to Norfolk, Mrs. S. R.. Johns, Jr., Mrs. Carl sergeants and 15 clerks. They Q. P. Wadsworth, Hampton. FLOUR 24c39c79c 4:
Sunday after a visit here with Johns, Miss Hope Haynea and Miss failed to have a chaplain. ; ;
It mother, Mrs. W. D.'Fender. visIting
Lula Redgrave spent Monday "The two houses had forty-two .

J Bill Alvarez of Ralford has acfptftl in Jacksonville.Miss sheriffs, aergeants-at-arms and
a position with Denmark clerks. Taxpayers and voters,
furniture Company .at the local Madell Webb has returnedto don't you think that must have SPECIAL LARGE FANCY BLEACHED
ra. her home In Hawthorne after a been a helluva mesa?"
two weeks visit here with her What possible alibi can the leg r WEINERS Large Lb lOc CELERY Ea. 15c .
I Mr and Mrs. R. I. Dial, of AlGa aunt, Mrs. Effie Johns islature have for padding the pay- V j.
y, ., spent two days last roll for useless officers? Well
It with Mr. and Mrs. W. O.i Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson, of just try to get an answer to that See Me for Correctly' Fitted ROUND CRANBERRIES, Lb. ._ ,20c. ; ;.
i*. Apopka, spent Tuesday and Wed- question. Try to get an answer GlaAliell ,
nesday here as the guests of Mr. from men who themselves used G. LEWIS STEAK 2 Lbs. 35c. FANCY HARD ICEBERG
S.
and Mra. R. F. Demorest., the legislative session as a springboard .
ENT to land state jobs-the so- STARKE FLA. WESTERN LETTUCE Ea 9c
.
A WORD Miss Patsy Brinson has returned called double-job holders." St. Ill W. Walnut St.
to her home In Hugh after a Petersburg Independent. CHUCK ROAST Lba 18c .19c
two weeks visit here with her slater FANCY LEMONS, Doz., ,

COLUMNSALE Mrs. Huld. Corpening. ""
FANCY WESTERN! FANCY YELLOW

It -Thanksgiving turkeya. Mr. and Mrs. -W. H. Hart and '
LOIN STEAK Lb. 29c
See C. W. Wilkes, Route Mr. and Mrs. William Mundy were ONIONS 3 Lh5.FI" l Oc"
Starke.
11-152tp visiting friends in Worthington
afternoon; ,'. ('..Vel(
akeflel cabbage plants nowready Springs Sunday RUTABAGAS, Lb. 3c

thousand.; other varieties soon.. $1 Mrs.-J. B. Sapp, Mra. Carl Sapp, v4, STr11} Lb I + 121/r FANCY DELICIOUS EATING -
5,000 and 10,000i
's yPru
f
spent
and Master Charles Sapp '
cheaper in proportion. A. J. I the LARGE FANCY'SALT lhC '
Monday in Gainesville as
WflB.i tf APPLES Dozen 25
guests of Mrs. Donla Moore.
ILLIONS Genuine Improved MACKEREL 2 for 15c : 1}
of FANCY MURK }
I Maryland Missionary Strawber- Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Ludwig

TflimU $1.50 per thousand fob Hernando apent last week-end here IMP. APPLES, 3lbs.r lOc 4
berry. Thurmond Farm, visiting Mrs. Ludwlg'a parents, FINEST I
[Ueberry Ala. Mr. and Mrs A. .S. ,Strickland. ? LARD Lb 12 A ilEAL IJAROAIN-I LB CAN '

It I RIBBON s CAL. ASPARAGUS for __15cPiIIWPM
2
SALE-2 Used Bicycles In Grant H. Hill, of Greensboro, N.
first class condition, 1 practical- C.. returned to his home Monday SIFTED JUNE .
'Dew; 1 new rebuilt see Billy after a'several weeks visit here FANCY HOME GROUND PEAS, 2 NO. 2 Cana __ I n .
Ung P. O.,Box 584, Starke It with Mr.. and Mrs. 0.. C. Register. ':
" MEAL 10IbSe 20c # '
REWARD-For recovery of SUGAR '
Mrs. Effie Johns spent the past '
property or Information leading the PEAS' No. 2 can 15c i I
as
In Gainesville
weekend
'arrest of person taking the fol- FANCY PACK-NO. I CAN f
*"Dr> guest of her son and daughter-in- A REAL'TREAT '
* fishing equipment from law Mr, and Mr..Freeman Johns. TOMATOES 61/
"ence of E. S. Matthews: 1 CORN ON COB, Lge. can..20c ,
"
"tger Supreme reel,! 4% toot c
Joe Mur-
1 ;Friends of little Jackie
gray tackle box containing den of Raleigh, N. C.. will be interested FANCY WHITE BULK

on.tI ment. of lures. Dr. H. B. Mc- to from know an that appendicitis he Is convalescing op.- )j Y ANi4EfN BACON Lb. 22c MINCEMEAT 1b. 20c'' :

PRICES at Central Florida eration.Mra. .
tock Market, Gainesville, FANCY SOUR PITTED PIE d.
last Monday Nov. 18: No. I, Warder; Carlton, who has
IG 230 lr:>q... |8.80 per 100 Lbs been here visiting Miss Florence 9 BACON PLATES Lb. 19c CHERRIESNo2c'nI21hCPHnAOF.LPIII
J%**> to 180 lba., $7.93 per 100 Wood and other relatives, bas re- t ',
3. 130 to 150 IDS., $8.10 turned to her home In Chatta- .A. q' ,'
100 lb*. No. 4, 110 to( 130 Jb8.. nooga, Tenn. '
:10 Per 100 Ibs. No. G, anything CREAM CHEESE 2 PKS. 15c ,
110 Ibs., $8.33 per 100 Lba Mrs. Norman Miller and daughter. -
*jjon Sale of all classes of Live Sandra who have; been the' IT HURTS ME MORE THAN IT HURTS YOU. DOLLY. THE WORLD'S MOST FAMOUS MIRACLE W ttf'I ;;

J every Monday., You cattle guests of Mrs :Millers :jbrbther-ln* '. But V Tm. pricing you now, you can be thankful for thlu i Ft." 13c 'Pt. '23c Q .37c
** win briny ryW more law' and later; the RV.ind Mra.O. You're not oia0-to lose any more.sawdust becsaaethinpsw Salad Dressing ;

idy if sold tIu'oul'b'our' market. H. Lowry for several weeks returned ,., wW toCo ta bat 6ord' thread tUy .** *.Moa
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In
l'Jorq Livestock last Friday to their home h -
Market.
'$ ,
Ie &* ?..c-Mid Mom know* ft
\, Fla_..._' ....... Cbeyennewyoming. I
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', :.,- $ W," 4'4 y ?w4 ',Wa X si'd +' G 7 Ai ftl 'x 14Y iy l fd l 1 1v
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FRIDAY NOVEMR FR .... ,
FLORIDA .
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. lU
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t't r FLORIDA 3,087,000 ALLOTTED BUSHELS OF c Florida ExhibitIn New York .nisei.dieis ofW

TAX-FREE POTATOE! 1 ksv poawNERVi
GAINESVILLE- Florida growers NEWSNews Elaborate preparations are be- hv
may produce 3,087,000 bushel LIVE STATE ing made for Florida's winter dis-

FARMERS SECTION of tax-exempt potatoes In the firs play at Rockefeller Center, New

year of the new potato program of in Short Paragraphs York City. The exhibits are ex-
the Agricultural Adjustment Administration -' of Florida .1 pected to even surpass those made
Conducted by Demonstration Agents which begins Deccm by Florida at the Chicago fair,

ber 1, according to a report to the and to reach thousands of people
Extension Set r ., to Jt _
State Agricultural who will be influenced make a
C1 vice from Triple-A/ officials I In 1 trip to thiS state. "OU
j CLOSE EARLY
TO
.1' I Washington. BIG COTTON MONEY A total of fifteen freight oars

'HRURALCOMMON Hints :To Housewives Florida's total allotment than the Is tote 522, MARIANNA-A compilation oi County MARIANNA school board- The voted Jackson by resolution will be required to transport the
t 947 bushels less prices for the 1933-34 cotton crop schools dioramas, ''apectoramaa, living
1934 production, which was 3,609 of ,Jackson County today showed to close the public onehalfmonths plants, fruits, vegetables and ex-

. SENSE Weekly from Home Demonstration 947 bushels Growers of this stat that the 1932 crop brought $98.- here after five and of the 1933-: hibits of Industrial Florida to New
, planted 26,303 acres in potatoe 177.23 the 1933 brought 5318- of operation York five
; of which cars alreadyare
,y Ey SPUDS JOHNSON. Specialist, T eeTJINUSGlVlNG In 1934. While the allotment for 604.17. and the 1934 crop brought 36 term. The board said state of- on the way.
: than total production ficials had estimated definite state
Florida Is smaller I
9429.362.85.TO Cars have been orderecr spotted
"t' DESSERT it Is 372,67 would amount to $364 for
CREED In 1934, revenues
V: MASTER FARMER --- from Miami and Fort Myers on
j'j'i.'I{. In a number of states throughout A tasty desert Is,just as essen bushels larger than the total production QUESTION LAW each teacher-unit in the the county legislature -, the south to as far north as St.
tial for completeness. in the in 1929, which was 2,714 against $800 promised by
Middle West, Judge Augustine on the east and Winter
South and TALLAHASSEE-Circuit this would be
\, .the Thanksgiving dinner as the tur 323 bushels. and that
'w" the practice ,of selecting "mastet key, so the Home Demonstration The total national allotment for Uly O. Thompson's attack againstthe sufficient for only five and a half Haven'on the west for loads and
act loaded will
. farmers" is followed by farm pa"J specialists this week suggest the production of tax-exempt potatoe; 1935 judicial reclrcuitlng months after being added.to coun- when converge upon !
be Included in
to a
the
has been dismissed, but he has Jacksonville
the cooperation of agrl. following recipes to the Florida under the program is 226,600.000bushela ty funds.
with
; pers, court's permission o train which will take them to un-
About equivalent to the< supreme .
the
housewife.
services. or
i'1'cultural extension the as close as ,
question the law further on loading platforms pos-
thFiveyear
<
'$' a dozen of these "master farmers'are Pumpkin 'PIe average annual sales during, ground it passed after the regular FOR COMPTROLLER sible to the exhibit rooms in
;A... selected in each state each Two Important points to be considered period 1929-1933. ilxty-day session of the legislaturehad TAVARES-Murl E. Pace, tax Rockefeller Center, where heated
, year.. in the making of pumpkinpie R. S, Dennis, assistant district expired. assessor of Lake County, prominently trucks will pick up the perishable TO ean In"U7
.} Although this practice Is not fol are to avoid excessive baking agent in charge of the potato program mentioned for some time as shipments-trees, plants, fruits nerve high tenaIe
l i lowed in Florida the "master far and too much spice. As soon as the In Florida, and his staff are a probable candidate for State and vegetables-and protect them woDder yon' sae" at the trH e
' mer creed" seems to be a pretty filling is firm, the pie should be low working on a basis for county TO BEGIN DIGGING Comptroller, made the statement from frost from the cars'to the and bark at the eldldt'.n I
:'J" good one for farmers In any state, removed from the oven. Excessive : and Individual'' allotments. Be OCALA-Nine excavation con- here this week that he would for- show rooms. Watch outl OrerwwrU',
,. Here it is: baking Is apt to cause the pumpkin tore this basis becomes effectivet tractors made-initial; preparationsthis mally announce for that office -na may' lead to Staple'

' believe in the dignity: the to become watery. must be approved by the potato. week for the beginning of dig- within the next few weeks. Mr. FIRST MONEY ON'MACIIINESTALLAHASSEE >wes Nertons H6Adaeh4. .
y; "I Adjust of .... tloa and
the right hotst
Agricultural A
the
section of ging operations along tax assessor of .Mw
'f Importance, and the future of agriculture The recipe: Pace has served as Florida got MMr
'4{ that farming Is entitled to 2 cups steamed and strained lent Administration in Washing- way-of the ship canal across Flor- Lake County since 1929 and immediately its first cash from slot machines Why attsrwHsJost YO

V 1 be as remunerative as other occu- I pumpkin ton, Mr Dennis says. ida. Workers completed the contractors' the- after taking office Installed Saturday. It totalled $1,480 and stereseeat Nerriae Tab1ete'

1 patlons;; that farm life In Its ful- 1 cup brown sugar camps scattered over a system' of assessments and' came from W. Kenneth Collins, one In a half glass
*V, ness Is the richest life; and that' 1-3 teaspoon cinnamon meats and raisins, dredged watt broad area where digging Is to be records generally recognized as a'. tax'collector of Leon County. It water Makes pleasant, i

i,' 'the safety of my State and my Nation V4 teaspoon ginger Hour. Sprinkle over baking powder '- done, and moved the machinery model. represented the state's share on tec rmk dellchtf uUy ,
I and and beat thoroughly. Tun to the places where it is to begin te orer-taxed nerre.
t. depends upon a sound 1-4 teaspoon nutmeg licenses to three slot machine operators
prosperous agriculture with con 1 tablespoon salt Into a buttered mold, steam three operating soon. .. i BRAVE THIEF and on licenses for placing Dr.. hi Hues'two forme-.Llgnid Nervine fa MseJs
i Itented people living in comfortable 2 eggs hours, and serve with hard sauce. Police were thirty-five Individual machines in n
made as follows NO STUFFED ,BIRDS I.I GAINESVILLE >nrerresee Tablet Both .kUM .
-, and inspiring'home l'/6 cups milk Hard sauce may be LANDThe, birds which hunting today for a white man operation. As this money clinked same ttuflilng effect.
f! "I, therefore, believe it Is my 1-2 cup cream : Cream* 1-3 cup of butter, add DE the giant aviary which ,wearing a straw hat and blue over- into the treasury, the comptroller's tl.se at yew. drug store

f duty to do all that I can, as an individual Mix sugar, salt and spices and 1 L cup confectioner's sugar gradually will occupy of the features of the alls who entered the home of Car- office proceeded with approval of ,
constantly will be one MI.ES'
in cooperation with my add this mixture to pumpkin. Add while beating Florida exhibitIn son Southall, 219 East Magnolia permits under which slot machinesare 0'"' I
the
\Aj, county, agent and my fellow farmers well-beaten eggs, milk and cream. Add flavoring. Palm New,Patio York in,are being gathered 'Street, this morning, made himself licensed by the county tax col C fJlel/Z.\c! !>G/nt:

!J to protect and promote everything Beat until a foam Is formed on top. growth of forest in thia-clty and will be a cup of coffee, picked up Mrs. lectors. The number moved toward (
X for the good of agricult Line a pie plate with pastry and Increment or together built cages to Southall's 'purse containing more 3,000 ahd the number awaiting )OU NERVINETABLET&T
billion in specially
,: ture and farm life, asking for agrl- brush It over with white of egg. :rees in the South totals 4,8 shipped Center In the shipment than five dollars in cash and left. consideration caused office em-

'<} culture only that which is fair and Pour In pumpkin mixture and bakeIn cubic feet per year.. This total! is annual fifty Rockefeller will be, such brilliantly He: was seen by the colored girl as ployees to work over time today.

t; right and pledging myself to be a moderate oven until firm. four per cent of the United birds'as trouplala, macaws he left the house. He entered and
the plumaged
\' guided by the principles of the forest, increment in cockatoos, and parrots, in left the house by the back door Helping Your fCONTROL amily to Better
Pudding tales
Golden Rule. Thanksgiving Fig Southall was In the
,lxy addition to several varieties of ca- while Mrs.
,''if 1-3 cup suet rTRAIN SCHEDULE;; naries, the latter all good singers front bedroom with her,baby.

'1'' Setting Up Nights Vt 2 1-2 Ib finely-chopped cups stale bread figs.crumbs Effective June 16th trains 11 ,, S. I ofCOLDS
md 12 will be discontinued and MANY SEEK PARDONS WILL HEAD MOTORCADE
:::1 3-4 cup milk rains 15 and 16 will run as follows TALLAHASSEENearly one- TALLAHASSEE Governor >
' 5SSSS 1 cup brown sugar week P
this
announced
< Dave Sholtz
: 1 salt : fourth of Florida's prison population i9x k
,I4y v teaspoon Southbound : sought clemency In various that he would lead a motorcadeinto '"
.I vwna cinnamon A
3-4
teaspon 11:31 P. M, Georgia to greet President "
fo 1-Due Starke forms when the state pardon ",
' Vt teaspoon grated nutmeg 4:08.lL Roosevelt on his 'home coming" a y'o,. /"""' (' .
Nf meats io.! 15-Due Starke board began its semi-annual session E .C. :
'1' V4 cup-English walnut A. M to Warm Springs. Hon. J. B. ,. .:\).
Starke 9:42: Clerks of the ; ,
.. In *o. 107-Due here Tuesday.
i cut .
N seeded and
ii raisins W' '
areaatra
w.la at cup chairman of <
; 10:37 P. M. Hodges, of Lake City,
\' pieces fo. 191-Due Starke pardon board have been engaged ... _,I.II tl.
,information the Florida Democratic executive
; Northbound three weeks In tabulating

JJ Colds. 2 4 teaspoons eggs baking powder 16-Due Starke 12:43 P. M. persons who have served notice ernor to head the committee which and Vicks Va-tro-nol helps Vicks VapoRub helps

and suet and work with hands to. 108-Due Starke 8:11: P. M they will,seek pardon, parole, reprieve will arrange the motorcade End'a Cold
Chop ColdsAt sooner
fy
for FloridiansIn Prevent
.
for seating many
and Wannee Branch of sentence, provide
'" OOO add Soak breadcrumbs Starke ,- commutation
{ until figs.
J fins creamy In milk; and add wellbeaten To. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: P. M.No. or release for medical treatment. the Atlanta stadium where the the first warning sneeze or nasal If a cold has already developed, us
; .... The motorcade -
] Arrives Starke 1:50: P.M.T. president is to speak. of VkksV.poRubthemothcr'ssundbht
102 few
TABLI'JT8Ueadaches salt, and spices Irritation quick!-a drops
1.1&\1710 sugar
f\;) .AL imoV:oSI In 80 minutes Combine eggs mixtures and add .nut J. GRIFFIN., TAKE HEAVY: TOLL will leave Tallahassee. at 6 a. Vicks Va-tro-nol upeach .Especially treating colds. Rubbed on at bed
: JACKSONVILLE: T r o p I cal m. November 29. designed/ for nose and throat time,its combined poultice-vapor ac
r! e hurricanes have taken more lives when most colds start,Va-tro-nol helpsto tlon loosens phlegm, soothes irrita
,r., e this year than the reported toll of PALATKA FEELS QUAKE prevent many cold*-and to throw tlon,helps break congestion.Often,b;
the combined Italian and Ethiopian PALATKA-Residents along a off head colds in.their early stages. morning the worst of the cold is over

war weapons. Raging winds, narrow stock strip to of determine northern whetherthere Florida .. Follow Main Plan for letter Control of Colds
took
j S furious seas and torrential rains q to fewer colds an i ihorttr colds Developed by Vicks
V-8 8 LEADERSHIP five tropical disturbances had been any unreported A helpful guide
.acompanylng :damage from earth shocks here Chemists and Medical Staff; t Press survey
Associated mild -
an ,and at St. Augustine last Thurs tieing physicians-further provi!d In everyday home use by
\<. showed yesterday, caused more In each Vicks package.OwaHmaatetth .
far- day. Some persons here said they lions. The Plan is fully explain
a
' } than 1600 deaths along
. >t'S's ,:. '.JXY H R. ;Z., 'a hh ''wAIi'a a i area from Honduras to New- felt a light quiver at 10:10 p. m. .. ,AI tI'ACL' 11oa'IL "
> :
f : 2y flung
: y4A y ,
1ff Ta't ,dt'ok > qx w'Y'S e 1 aa 3g' >..# ,'a,a'w x WA.F$ .,a xmwqtavnt,, 'oundland.' Property damage ran (;EST). Twenty minutes later a ':1/ .r,.," ax 9'3O r- M. (B. .. T.) NBC toail-te-w'
# rIN MAID. AfR MA1? f11tM jYlk i1 5 ye1M./1"r N Y"tl.a, ?.gdm.'e the second: tremor sent frightened rea-
! dollars during
Into millions of V'Kk Aids Used early for B.tt.r Control of. Colds
i Y'i' WalterJ. Idents hurriedly into the streets.At &:I Million//
lA .LCt \t storm season described by
\ .M 9 \ ? a aut sf'tin Bennett, chief meteorologist at St. Augustine a single brief
weather bureau shock was felt at 10:30.: Hasty
the United States
disturbances
the
surveys following
..; t' here, as "very"unusual... brought no reports of property
-
.'x.?. :.rij > e eGs r jT t.fa. **
] {, Gevlt, and midnight streets I
: .ofe3$ m+u STATEMENT damage, by
DEFINITE >
.H ilk. i"ba; ? ,'1 4 tM7itltkQt SEEKS clear and there was nothingIn
sh><.j'k"k BARTOW- The Polk County, were t
"v ear' 'a"r ." the two cities to indicate the ex
unani-
teachers federation voted r
t.
"f )t' ; \:v' mousey to telozraoh Gov.'' Dave ,, citement of a little while before.
'} b 1 '\
: ( Sholtarequesting a definite state ,One gallon
\b0 ment on public school finances. Kidneys
:x'M "
Help
\ v: 7.t1,00it4.
th 33tx..ti } t. >.: 7 i t F o u < Approximately 250 teachers
,*. t a' tended the meeting and voted for _. If tmMmtom KUnvsCvmtmx ... !
tentonStegosaum
yt11 \ 4 v ,t W. Wd.-. .tn-o-.e '
: ,pp lxtT the proposal after'hearing M. tee.ls..w, al.oW4rsa.w
\ :, v>iG "nt .N
' : ; 'yq, a c 1 ."v". tifr '. <..h* <. Carothers, supervising principal, of AeId aa"o.t== ;,
dzq ud', ; Tampa schools,, discuss the 'problem pee....... 1 milePb
1 .E,. A .,' t'rah Z x as a. 'T tr ;e'sea full !
l' ? y b maW of keeping schools open wr.'a I17::;::wFOR
bat' < of the state
i x43 terms despite failure +
\ 1 !acd' ;Ke SRo v vstavj n a+dt o aS 'r.at to contribute as much financial aida

t i >s i" ,t. promised. by the 1939 legisla- HAIR AND SCAIPJTfce

i., ture. Schoolchildren and edu- jPgNEas 'ca;

tYJ -s"f; ..c. 4RS cational,leaders- in,other sectionsof

, :"" '., ?.a fie Florida also have asked the governor A.........S. ds. ....dtIe-
,for a statement.FORECASTMGREAT. ,..-..........rels.rrMWT..N.101a$1. .-
, 1. filL It WOMtl AI AllO.V .litoWrit

'# SEASON T. *B*lr.''rutl. .:.MkM'e .TIM* Ofc.Ttvtt MM Arid VMtDr

:: :MIAMIWalter H. Donovan, bkLj
j a secretary of the Florida State Racing ;

'r l tr Commission! ,, forecasts the
s >, greatest season for dog and horse
tracks ever recorded.AH; Indications -
., HERRINGS
\ i .i point to another record-
\ a ?
r
better
smashing season, be said, even -

than lasv year when" 2,000,000 GINGER

persons bet' ,38000000. Horse :
racing plays an important part in
the attraction Florida offers her

winter visitor*; and with purses
aggregating'$349,000 at one track 'AMERICAS

alone the fifth'' legalized racing NLY. /
l season opening December 16 at

Tropical Park will see some of the V

nation's tion. finest* 'thorobreda. In. ac-: GIA DER

: year. .- "

announced: hla intention to build a million hoi provided steady work for'hundreds THIEFIVSES'ETHER' ;
Lake County has;'a 4>
f. Ford V-8sm 1935. We are pleased to re- ol thousands ol men In the Ford plants,fax, phantom EUSTI3;robber- who" up to date. .ii.
port that this goal was reached in exactly associated industries and on the farm. He uses an anesthetic spray to lull ,. 0
said H-C
to sleep officers IN
victims
his EXTRA "LIFT"
ten month instead of a full year. These million Ford :V-8 can and trucks today. More than a score of robberies ,

One million can and trucks'b an'Impressive haft'helped' to make things better all were credited to the prow'ter. =tr011KIDDu means 1' to 3 more miles per
The'' discovery of the spray ,
total But figures by thenaselvee around. In the first ten months of 1933 th. waa jtnade by examiners who

mean nothing. It b :what they represent Ford Motor Company paid out. In the found granddaughter that Miss of Florence Frank Smith Smith, .To ?. gallon

,a that counts. Selling a V-8 at a low price: United States alone. $140.1194264)0 In whose home was entered bad been N Atlr the SllIc/.ttD.'c/ r

ay has brought a new kind ol automobile wages.and $523.11U89JH for mat dais.w ., aubjeJcted visits' by to the the nocturnal fumes. Reportsof prowler _

had Indicated that some method -
FORD MOTOR COMPANYor had been used to lull the Tie- s Agent Sinclair Mining Company {Inc.'

Urns Into a coma. Drawers wen FOB.SINCLAIR PRODUCTS

+, aVJl.lu 0.D.IxcoNA3O, iwcow-nwmt,,MOTO* CMS, dumped ODtO.tIte.tloor. and furniture : PHONE IBS Agt.
moved about in. the rooms ol J. H. WAINWRIGHT: ,

$, THE MCW rom V-5 FOB MM Ot NOW ON DOHAY.TILE CKt THAT' UD. AU OTi aim some victim! without rouatnj DISTINCTLY DIFFERENT 8TAKKH WUXUDA
''
they reported.
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Or"EbfBER 22. 103S BRADFORD COUNTY TELEOR.1PH, STAUKK.! FLORIDApi PAGE SICV641cuollGH !!

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'- DIltlCCTOBY that assertion; but for his own city, a play that is new and different Is the same proposition, two gentlemen
;
; sake he? should have left It unsaid with plenty comedy featuring will be admitted on one
B.tVTiar CHURCH TheLetter two of the South's funniest ticket. Ray Sllker and his red

roT, c. p. Price, Pastor Il The general coined the words comedians Sebee Havworth and rhythm boys will furnish pleasing
; f. ,
o'clock a. m.
10 0Anarree in." ne Billy Miller. : music
School. p Box "crack down' and "chisel
y 1r'
.
} Supt.j be, TRICF fA/eR has now Invented another term for i Vaudeville will be presented be- -...- -

yP.u45Ppnl m. from rh. a.. the brain truater-"hotdoggers," tween the acts featuring Millerand CAKII OF THANKS

/ : m.J.S I Stm'ke, Fla He claims that their chief Is a ped- Lelghten comedy novelty mu- The family of Mrs Mary Pre-

l p eing\ Worship : p.Wednes- MetiQordfayn.Mayc Nov. 16, 1935.: agogue named Frankfurter, and sical act Billy Ferguson black vatt, desire to express their heart c

'J'e8Chcra Meeting, Editor Telegraph! that he has more to say In the face comedian Ray Sllkcr, piano
... ... ... .managing of national affairs than Hollway felt thanks and appreciation forthe '
45 p, Blue Eagles and Poll ParrotsGonernl aocordlan specialty, Byrd
e Wed-
i/ideek./ .: prayer service (SYNOPSIS: Windy O'Shaugh- time to leave but now he wants Hugh S. Johnson, he of any other men In the country (uuf vocalist Slim Kllpatrlck the boy neighborly kindness shown illness
one's long -
....AR1:30: p. rn. nessy, world famous animal me" In his joy he momentarily blue eagle notoriety, until lately cod).. He also makes fitful dartsat from Alabama who talks with his during the deceased the time of her death,

trainer had lost his right arm forgot his fear "Don't you see? Igotta' went about like a. roaring lion politics. He seems to not be unfriendly feet, and several more includingMiss and at and
Church towards the republicans or Edwards the famous also for the beautiful offerings
IIreth04dl Pastor during a dangerous stunt, when do It before we get to Evan- seeking whom he might devout.'Hestill Marlon of we are
sympathy
bob
B. M. Montgomery Cora his wife, had deserted ston or they'll take him away from goes about, not fierce and any new party that might up. blues singer. expressions friends.
all our
//lef. sc\'lool-10\ a. m. him, taking away his adoredfouryearold me." roaring but like a lion with a flea Nay, he even claims that the democratic One lady 'vslll be admitted free mont grateful to
Shay
worshlp-11 a. m. lie in his ear and mane- full of cockle- party cannot elect a presi- with each paid adult ticket or'twoladles Mrs. J. F. Johnson,
: son, Stubby.
l/ol1l1ng/ League-7:1/5: / p. m. finds him after "Be reasonable, Windy. Do you burrs and sandspurs. dent except with the help of disgruntled on one ticket. Never beforeIn Mrs. H. J. Bowden
EP"'Ortb 70 p. m. eight years know when we hit Evanstan I republicans and Inde business Mrs. Alice Faucher,
JVeI1lnf! worship search, only to discover that the "That's It Dan. There ain'tno In an article In a wiaety: read'magazine the history of show
just at
invited to all these .erv- pendents What he la driving been offered the J. B., J. W, and
; have the ever
Zoo are boy hates him. So, though Hastings time to lose." he tries to free himself has men
he
knows perhaps T. D.
;
no one here
ladles but
has taken back in from blame for unreasonable NRA i same prices as the ,
Windy
"But you can't get that act turned opportunist and tries to
-
rreebyterlan Church the circus, he finds he Is a coward ready In that short time." edicts and their strict enforcementfor qualify; i himself' for a grabber out Prevatt."i
again. lie cannot face, the the blue eagle has been more 1tti
H. Lowry Mtols.ter The gigantic proportions of his :of any party's bag. He hints that *
ge, GeOrie m;Sabbath School. animals. Now, his latest gift to task unrolled before Windy He cussed than was ever crow or English i the NRA should be revived under i

10005.A, M.-Morning Worship; Stubby Is a sliver frame for the gritted his teeth 'Til put on that sparrow. He claims that he Improved methods; but should that '

11:00: the pastor. dead Cora's picture. Stubby has Fire Trick In Evanston" had to be thus severe by orders of come about during Mr. Roosevelt's 1

puoo by, young peoples Vee- Just called down to Windy from "I know you want to Windy but those higher up-the pedagogue incumbency the general will, no PRESENTS .

1:00: p his upper berth on the train.) you're talking nonsense." Hastings counsellors surrounding the pried doubt not be recalled; for his criticisms 1,, ,"

*per joi pim.' Eventdg'Worship.geewood jumped Into bed as If he were ending dent. He "damns with faint praise"the of the president cannot '
HIS latter he Is all right, Time'IN
WINDY FINDS the subject then and there. by saying have been much 'enjoyed by the RefreshDlent

Baptist;; Church 'RIGHT ARM1 "Well there's nothing we can do except that he is not setf.as e.tlve. latter; neither would the country .

gay L O. Hemingway Pastor Ten about It now. Let's wait until but lets his Incapable pets do as stand for It. THE HOME ON TilE AIR
Bible Chapter Well but how about
sunday. they please. ;
services every morning to talk it over. General Johnson has an energy

Judy 10:15: a, m. Services at 3:30: Windy sat up as though he had I Windy reached unsteadily for a the doughty General himself He like a rip-saw, but It was mis- NOBLE
of RAY
o'tIocJt In afternoon. been shot. For, a moment he whip that was lying on the chair. was certainly a Frankenalteln placed during his code making

CHURCH thought he had been dreaming He would not could not, spend the the president's own making who feet Tactics like those of a top and His Orchestra rlI
BVPT1ST out of control In his (the gen-
BETDEL Then finally he found his tongue. night arguing with old doubts and got sergeant of a cavalry squadroonwill

gay L. A. Donnley, PastorBervicea "Why. why no, Stubby I'm not fears "No, Dan, that's the trou- eral's) swashbuckling march. And i not long be tolerated by civilIans with supporting cast of star r
Sunday. of
every first ." through the unchecked progress should home and rest J
asleep ble. I been waltin' too long He go
.
2:30: p. m. the autocratic NRA decrees the
sunday School "I I wanted to thank A few minutes afterwards Hastings I upon his laurels (or nettles ,or 'f
Services you
and Prayer AAA and other absurd creationswere
Bible Saturday Study night.,, for Stubby began awkwardly. rushed up to Stubby's berth" encouraged to go the limit. pricklypears or Spanish be) before bayonets his, -v;;: \ 'IA;
pay He hesitated, then clambered "Did your Dad come back here? protests as the case may ,,1
the
But ever growing
"No, I just woke up. Isn't he tongue runs away with him. Else y Jli
Christian Church quickly out of his berth and drop- against the codes and regimentation .- '
First catch himself shaking a
here Is. is anything wrong? he might ,
McGuIre, Pastor ped down Into Windy's.. "I want which kept business from admon \ '
T. the
gay \V. "No" Hastings started away, finger at himself with
School, 10 a. m. to thank you for the frame. It's starting up again for fear of being talk too much;
Bible then turned back. "Maybe. you'dbetter ition, "Polly you I
Communion, 11 a. m. beautiful. with me. You can do "cracked down" upon gradually H. 1C. Lagergren. ,

.Oriatlan Endeavor, 7 p. m. "Oh, that's all right" Windy with come him than I can." strangled the blue eagle, till at last i' 1

Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30: .i said In a tremulous whisper. "I more''The interior of the animal car its sponsor had to acknowledgethat Milt Tolbert
dead.. the dodo. ,
It "as
was afraid the picture might net; was
illuminated by a ,
was just barely I Show HereThe .
Reaching Second Sunday 11 a. tom" They both stared at It single center globe. The light Immediately thereupon business To

where it rested on Stubby's knees. began to pick up. and General
ud 8 m. weird crisscross -
b p. threw Into relief the of Starke
wasn't she?" Windy Johnson realized that he had madeno show going people
"Pretty,
shadows of the bars. treat In store for them.
his autocratic have a big
Church "I was friends during
his head slowly.
Episcopal shook
gt Marks second; fourth and about her from the minute As Windy entered the car there reign. The late Huey Long helped It won't be long now wait for the *,_LY WK' .NBfJ.AY. :NIOssT
: Service on crazy few drowsy growls from and some-
were a that.So that Milt Tolbert Show see
of
fifth Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m. I set eyes on her. That was took the animals, resting only fitfully to convince him and speech-mak thing dlffeernt from all other O ONai. IlaiwSa. at

Litany and choir practice at- right after we got married"His berause of the swaying rattle of now ings by the writings former lion of the NRA shows that have been coming to STATION WilT 9:30 E.S.T.

j 1:30: o'clock on Friday nights .preceeding eyes half closed In remem- the train and the noises of the' seeks to exonerate himself by your city. One that will give you A.COLA. BOTTLING co.
services. CCK
Sunday brance. "She was wearln' some storm. blaming the president (or rather more for your money Is the way

kind of soft white stuff. Made her Windy faced the large tiger In his advisers) for not calling' aim of good clean wholesome enetrtaln- Starke Flav Phone 1'

look like if you touched her she'd the rear cage, shuddering resolu- back when he became! too ram. ment. "Human Hearts" will be BK1Micccou-.

blow away.. She was so pale and tion on his face. Then he paled. I bunctlous. He la probably right In presented for the first time in your COU-CMA. our PUCE ELSE: IT monus in mil ICE-JO* n NIIR

rfellcate-like.. and beautiful." The tiger, hearing him fumble for '!
---
-- 'ff.
|
BOB JONES He traced a moody pattern on the I screen, had snarled at him venomously *, '.

1 bedcover. "Yes sir, Stubby. that reaching forth with menacing ,

Comments On Here picture of her I got framed In my claws. ;..

And Hereafter mind, so it'll never. I "Windy!" \<:

"How how did you come to,. He froze as Hastings rushed up :,:": ,: ''. '"

i I IIi lose your arm?" Stubby Interrupted ; with Stubby. ',<'; "

',A friend recently sent the writer softly. The boy threw his arms aroundhis I ,

editorial clipping from the Windy was startled, then he father. "Pop what're you goIng -

shrugged. "Well I had hadda couple to do?"

Mansfield/ Ohio, News. The editorial of drinks In me when I went Windy grasped him close. "I'm ; a .you hoped a low-priced car '

says In substance "Twenty into that cage. And you know the going In that cage .to show"that .

jars ago the six week's evangelistic only time animals Is dangerous Is tiger I ain't afraid any more.

campaign conducted In' Mansfield when you're scared or sorta gotaomethln' "But Windy; Hastings protested ,3t would have are yours in ,

mind. They aorta "what's It gonna get you goln'Into
Bob Jones came to'a close. on your
by it. I that cat knew that little cage tonight
The/ majority of the Mansfield sense worried.guess" "It's gonna' get me ., Inside J 1
'was 1
churches and pastors 'cooperated "About me being about us the cage," was the tight-lipped re- c/'t. ot4 Co wpraeefcat

to the campaign and there,were a being gone?" ply.Hastings little. "Well .
yielded a
hundred hand shook a little as
total of two thousand,,$x Windy's of the
chin. "Well. yeah." then let me wake up some
and eighty converts. A roll call of he rubbed his
"
converts In the various churcheswith Stubby shivered. "I'm getting boys. ; '
which the convene'vecame af- cold "That would take time Windy ;' 1956
"I don'tthink ., CHEVROLET' FOR
expressionless. : .
objected
resigned sigh : .
Umely dilated and may worthwhile.even be regarded" as from There Windy.was a It tiny was over "Yeah. It would do me good waitin' : ,. .

e to boost you up?" ."
"" Want. me ,
the He turned to smile down at .
I then the surprising
v The writer remembers one very And worried frownImmedla.tely
The boy's
Stubby Stubby. '
happened.
Wllant who was miraculous thing
newspaper man : to an an- ,
"Would I gave way
converted In the Mansfield.' Ohio, : ; plucked at his sleeve. '

campaign. He was ,a, notorious would I crowd you too much If swering smile. leading to ouhes aovserua.eap'r +rNw '
There were two steps 6c vddar.
; drunkard. He had been engagedto I stayed here? mounted k ) f

, woman eighteen years. The For Windy, Heaven's door was the cage%door. Windy tightly.He .
the whip
lady promised to marry him If he slowly swinging open. loud"No. halle-He them stood gripping on the top step, striped FEHrCCTKD HYDBAUtlO, aaROLID rrczLTVBBBT .....teos ,D4PBOVCD CUBING BNKZ-ACTIOM BUB*
would sober six months. He could have burst into
stay the from head to foot with the ; TOP Mo 00'11..",taM rW/ .l fit'
could not stay sober: He told me lujahs. Quickly he threw back eerily tae eof..t:end. .moe.d eve'fIIoptfl ''''

to himself But God saved him covers and the boy climbed in, reflected bars of the cage. crown .f.....1)1, '
glitteredon ,
during the Mansfield revival.. He cuddling up to Windy close to his Beads his face.of Terror perspiration was beginning ,........ ./..,.,, ,

lived for ten years a sober, beautiful shoulder. His stiff fingers -
him again.
dared breathe. to engulf
Christian life. For nine Windy scarcely
years shoot back the bolt.
refused to
"Good
. and held him: taut. ,
a half he was happily married Ecstacy came the deep warning
There
lobis boyhood sweetheart. He died night. Stubby.
of the tiger.
growl
triumphant death*and'went'' to !"Goodnight. a Pop. "
don't In there, ,
go
turned to "Pop pop,
>e ven. Simultaneously, they
[. Passing throughthe cityof fearfully "I'm scared
cried
burrowing Stubby Y.
'Then Stubby was
Mansfield during an evening of each other.
chest, one Pop," he whimpered.
the his father's
Into
revival old bum-
was an, 'turled. "If both of us Is
friendless and alone.'He, 'was :a arm about his large waist;'and the Windy we're licked,"" he -.
running scared, Stuby
graduate to flow like a
of'a leading"university.'lie tears began said levelly. "Now you get back
pent-up
was steeped ,In drunkenness stream, relieving long And when I go In there
had come there son.
,
'lad In every form of vice.. He"rapped feelings. A lonely'boy grin. 'Cause when you grin I'll

into the 'meeting. God back to his father you ain't scared and If
crushed know
you
,lived him. Now he la at the head "Stub Stubby. Windy how can I be?"' Stubby
ain't
f a sales organization of more him close his own tears mingling you "Now lemma see '
smile breathed heavily. 4'
!than the boys. A beatific "
two hundred men and he Is with gonna'"give me.
,,.000e of the loveliest Christian broke over his face at this fulfill- that grin you're face spread In a ghast NO DBAFT VCMTIlATtOM' '

Pntlemen I know. '11: girl was ment of all his aching hopes. It Stubby's of, mirth. .* New Bs4le*VT flshwrlk .laHCOMPBEflSIOMVALTCIMBIBAD) w. {
imitation
.,converted. She lived a lovely was his 'right arm' that he bad Iyd- sliding' back the BMOINB>
Now Windy was mod bravNM ."<* comfortable, (.. _crsId

I,\tad Christian life for several 'years found. again. minutes thl beat bolt "The rdoor'swung: 'tack and S.,. kw' .d w lIot..! M ieee t+uso.r sedaw..e. roe
died a beautiful death leaving But after many In-the, entranceof /1IOCR1R00/T//RIN/.
,
take he' was standing .r.a/wagw.dN//
[(behind her a wonderful Christian of the tram's engine began to '
"Evanstan" the cage. tmtltr, m4 tmttffm
# m Mnf JrMng
'
limony. A manwas; converted on,new significance. Is'nghting'desperatelyto '
' wno later became' 'mintster andy was the' name that flashed into | (Windy Will he I! .v.r kdwUI
his loot courage.
. crossed his regain
I Is now on the foreign :mrsalon Windys mind. Fright Can Stubby's presence
battle
' few win the
\be\! A picture of Martha heally hr
marvelous thins.: which. hap- days away. next week's hairrattingInstall- i

,\\ened) In the :Mansfield: .. ;. Ohio rose before him. form ment.) -
meeting, A fixed resolve began to .

.T .T .. if-it. Rlsfng carefully, so that he exceeds the Unit
Britain
'I There : t-disturb the sleeping : Great
- .u no substitute for! aflmilne would of the I ed States in Imports but not in
out '
revival o* the ,old time child he Jet himself exports., Great Britain ranks first

, glon. We have tried to substl-- berth. the value of exports and Imports
. tale education ''It'. Windy Dan," he was sayIng In States r a 1 e! s, '
{ It United '
-evangelism. closed combined with the '"fjf9,> N M! 'ae,* ia > ,
...win not work. Education: has Its a little later to Hastings' k i >b'y ti v

:*lace, Machinery. all right, but door. "It's mighty important,, second.

,b movement I wish you'd let me .talk to
lives without a revl- Dan. i
<"l ..wY.en" bYAMi"asm, iy' rJ'
Springtime la ':a)revival In you.' Miserable
: "we. "All right. Come in. Sit down. .
, Every four we have .
,',,LJ POlitical' revival In years the Demo- ; What's on your mind {" backache ? CHEVROLET, -MOTOR COMFANY: ,DETROIT. MICH.: c._Chimtrt few A .w.dpl...and,,.. a.r M.cy.. r..,.,.." rg/.G ala ... ...
words. with ..... ,,_ ...
81'atlc and Republican and Windy struggled for Mess_ ea5Ir.e-aA.A--sltsBBsMsfllMsf slsMat|M A4.twy. I c.-I ..
.'ttT parties when I

."Why these do parties are kept alive. 'Well It's Just back like Dan.you I said gotta' get W/HEN UdMyvhMctfe bwtfy sad, ALL TEZSE,7ZATUU' :AT CHZVHOLET'f: LOW ,PRICES> ;
first came
have min-
you a sale ft a bscMdw
to Vr coffer ssgglngj. '
:,later Inquired of a Jewish mer- back In the money. rm going you twmlM s sccnty or t.. AND ri '.1.., price of New Standard Coupe at rilnt.Michigan. .' r:
: .
dltihwK,
with,
., tire and llr. luk, thlint !
, ant.. Trick. el With t>umn r npr
Fire
' "In order to: stimulate : do the rlMtfo and aettln* 10 l *>o Klilltlonal. *Kn*..Action on Mat.r '
, '*neae'the merchant replied. A "The Fire Trick! Are> you,. =..... Y04l ,feel wed i>.rv..., $49'5Torode Mortal/ price only,, fro additional. Prlr.. quoted In thin .
, revival stlmuUtee! 'business.These. [craayr .KM 0.PIlI.*. vorll.t .r 0 lint at. rllnt.. Michigan and aubl.'" to
.
Dan. ', for peonyWMfclM h.o.o without nolle
understand especially
don't '
,De a we
"But >
; ,.ernl8tlc Preachers read educs1 you el be,. u
Million
and I gotta keep ItUWyt.
"hI! '. kid back
are opposed to 'revivals I got my

, .Dar'>> enemies+' .to Christian' him.as convince much He Hastings.talked to steady on"Let In himself a'loud me ,try as voice to to .ers..'.-.tad... every eos.tp'.v.e.ye.h They ere ASK ntanfINe yesvDOANS ''Chevrolet ,Co. 1.f",1.



Lvers glaciers and'clouds. con- get it ready for Evanston will .oRID.\

U) aredmoet Pourtag water tthe, you? You see I never had him be- PILLS STARKE
-
k stayingwith
:. as fast'a' alt beta* fore. He-was only
hLm ... waltin' for t
OUt through. evaporation.. _me 'cause he had to

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PAGE "mIlT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. OTARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVKMn...

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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished TOO LATE UNAVOIDABLE In ninety-five-per ACCIDENTS cent of automobile I FLURxxiA PUREST SERVIC

1877MEMBE.R. Accidents coroner's Juries

TO CLASSIFY reported "unavoidableaccidents.."

There Is no such a tiling aa un-
ILOR1r liT nVlIlIELL! KAY avoidable accidents-the responsibility -
PRESS ASSOCIATiON .....ef..T. Klorlila Pr.e.. ....... Is aoineone's,

i 1Q3S 0 TIW month of October has
..' ::/ 'lIDa/td 'J And while the Florida Tax Revision -, brought fifty-three fatalities inFlorida

.. .. ... la x xF
League busy Investlgatln'and
-- the
-- --- -- -- --- -- ---- befog greatest number -
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class dlggln' out the fact, they ,, with the 'exception of March r

Matter at the Post Office at Starke., Florida might take a few hours off and this fat this year

-.-- -- -- .. ---.- --. ... -- -- -- look Into this two-job newspapermen ''Some..Of'.,, Cause:
t E. L. Matthews----------------------Editor and Owner situation.. It's really gettin'serious. Eleven people killed running'

Into train,
.. .. ., '
-- --- -
-- --- -- -- -
There used be time when
to a Two'pedestrians killed, walkingIn
SUBSCRIPTION RATE you could go Into a town and find front of cara.

'. Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable In Advance an but editor the'way at the congressman newspaper"Pete"has office, 'Three kilted by. hit and run driv iii t ? y 41w

1 Advertising Rates on Application been subsldlzln' the press itsgettin' ers.Twenty
boys and girls Killed be-
fellow well
aa
so a might
tween the of 14 and 25.
: go to the Post Office in the first ages YG. a1 ;
"Hot" music makes some old-fashioned people boil. Fifty per cent of those killed I( IIVf
place.
were under the age of 25.
"*; 0 Mr. Prewitt of Plant City who
One fatality due to a cow in the ,t:
!;I+ An idiot is accused) of almost everything: except hoarding used to be content aellln ads l la road. .
now In charge of stamp sales over
his Six children under six years of a
ignorance there for Mr. At Lake-
.. Farley. I killed
X I age (one was by being run
land a guy we used to know aa
over by a car backing. Second
"Editor Bloom" Is now listed In A Bridge Constructed by :W'Which Permits ) -
'J skooted In front of an automobile. Fire-Fighting
take full in the Red Cross
If cannot membership
you a the city directory aa the "Post- '
Third, wVs hit by a hit and run Crews to Reach Woods: Fires in Shorter
Space of Time
A give a small contribution. master. In Clermont John Loch- driver. Fourth, was Inside of car

R 0 the ner Is mall more than interested he l la in in clrculatln1hla dellverln1 when father had an accident. Fifth This is one type of bridge being constructed by ECW, : on private forest lands which are being
:" was killed while ,walking on the from forest first in with Ihe Florida Forest protecte
,Service.
i. More and school faculties to be adopting the publication. Over in Vero cooperation .Construction of roads and bridges
more seem side of the road Sixth, ran in in / ar"
Beach J. J. Schumann who used aiding tremendously more rapid suppression:'of''Flon: woods; fires on these protected
,
"no teach" attitude. front of car; Mid ao on!) The ages areas The ma
no from the
pay, to be a good newspaperman now terials are. secured! property of the'coopept'. ndowners. '
.
of people killed,during the month ,
,
il' 0 lies back In a' swivel chair and 'of October "range'! from fourteen I -- -.--'-;-

Just because the Ethiopians eat raw meat, we can't see refers you to the "Superintendent months-child that was playing In JURY CONVICTS LONNIE standing the delayed pace of'Win-; tural Income showed the fori
of Mail" GREEN WITHOUT
when ask him whatit MERCY
ter business
you the streets when car backed over In most instances the !decline from 1929 to
1932
! that they deserve a raw deal. costs to send a letter to the it-to a pedestrian eighty-nine (Continued From Page One), volume, wall''running, ahead of. )la largest relative Improvement and

0fJ Virgin Islands At Frostproof, who walked In front of an automo- year ago.! Department store sales i 1932, having gained nlnety-one a
Guy Ruhl who used to give hla bile The little child that was in ant, announced that he\, would call throughout the 'United States in cent from 1932 to 1934. ij,

: TheGovernor, of South Carolina seems to have contracted fellow citizens a few days grace the way of a backing car the responsibility no witnesses for the defense. October were six;! per cent aheadof ufacturlng gained seventy-tour while

1 ed a bad case of hueylongitis. when their subscriptions were in l ,; evidently, was the parents Defense Asks Mercy ,the aama month last year while cent, according to the survey '
'/1' arrears, now puts a padlock on J. C. Adkina state's attorney for In'"' small towns and rural area lanta reported that all but J4001
;, o their post office box if they don't the Eighth Circuit, who prosecutedthe general'merchandise sales, were of the $3,253,000 loaned
The old child that Ceo
;, SY, Honesty is the best policy, and it's too bad that often it is lay the old needful on the line be- skooted two-year in front of an automobile case, asked the Jury for the seventeen, per cent greater than farmers this year through the
fore the first of the month. I guess death sentence, saying that he had October a year ago and thirtyoneper duction Credit
merely a policy and not a fact. the Don In certainly, the parents should not before Association
( only reason Morris I never been so thoroughly cent ahead of the 1933 month. been paid back.
( Palm Beach didn't get a Job with have permitted the child to play I, convinced of a murderer's guilt. ;Reports Indicated WPA proj-
M ty 0"t While throil
In the streets. An innocent
Uncle Sam Is because Mark Wll- girl He cautioned the body not to treat ects building activity
were absorbing thousands of
t A columnist New York is a place where people will out the
says was killed when her father who country has entered
cox knew he Wall all fixed up witha the case lightly because Green's additional employables in all sections -
3 bee anything except your pardon. good Job at the. "Post" office was driving the car, hit a tree. victim was also a negro but stressed of the country and that private seasonal slack period, the valu,
A boy riding a bicycle hit a pedestrian the permits continued far ahead of
o anyhow. responsibility that the white industrial expansions were also -
69 years of age, and killed comparable 1934 period. In 0,
Promise a voter a job after you're elected and he will forget So when President Berg of the him. race has in upholding the law ;making increaaed demands on ber residential building was
Press Association asked me to among the more. Irresponsible ne- the.unemployed rolls. This was
J.1. all about the law of averages. say Again, we have a lady thrownout gro race true per cent higher than in 1934
something at the recent Press particularly of the industrial
of a car?(n awre-ck. an Innocent as a result of cheaper money ra
o Convention that11 thought wouldbe -- The defense.counsel-did: not ask oantera-'Of.Detroit/Cleveland and la
building expected to
passenger.Surely : more I
Ministers are'the only ones who waited to be asked before of Interest to the Florida thees accidents could for acquittal, but begged for mercyon Pittsburgh, but also extended to double next year.
"Fourth Estate" I promptly' got the ground that the defendant the Pacific Coast A strong up-
giving advice to the President have been'avoided had the opera-
me a copy of "Postal Guide and might have been so enraged at the swing In the woolen textile industry
tor exercised
o Regulations" and began to brushup. -, common sense in taunting of the girl'a mother that was reported, with.unfilled orders I .. -

| *' Too much pride of ahcestry is just a confession that the driving.Eleven people: killed at railroad he was Impelled by some' uncon- for woven peice goods having II I

,old family isn't what it used to be. Through the cooperatron or J. crossings the responsibility is1I0meon. trollable force to take Evallne'a been estimated at 43,575,000 yards. II I
In the woolen center of Lawrence
,
Hardin Peterson we
fortunatelywere '
aN .. ,Tke the case of the life.A
o able to bring Special Assist- driver who hit the rear end of a court loom Jammed to the Mass., the monthly payroll increased
Roosevelt shouldn't expect too much., Every good doc- ant Postmaster-General-J.'.1.,Austin truck in a heavy fog and was in- doors with spectators half negro from $990,000 In October' 1934
Latlmer to Sebring a. 'principal and half white, witnessed the trial to $1,733,000 last month while thecity'
tor loses patients as soon as he cures them. stantly killed Again had com-
speaker for the occasion. of Green, described by the defense payroll lists Increased by 10-
mon sense been used had the driver -
o i counsel as being "a without 032 workers In the same period and
I Austin told man a
Well that when
us been careful in driving hIs truck
,4 The sap who can't enjoy the sunshine of today for fear they first went in office Mr. Roose- with due care of the condition of friend in the world." Order was I' relief families were reduced from

of gray skies tomorrow is a real worry wart. velt- and Mr. Farley were down- the highway and visibility this fatality maintained throughout the day 1.044 to 434. Cotton mills also seta

jMt n __ __ !_ __ ___ right worried over the poet office would,, not have happened. only after Judge Sebring threaten*I' faster pace In October having
n deficit but ed to empty the court room unless consumed 052,187 bales of line and
with the revenue from Take the case of a driver run-
We gather that American tourists are repaid for' goingto the "Farley Stamps" and the guy ning into ,the river and being all disturbance ceased. 07,106 of llnters compared with

Russia by the relief of getting out of it.. who lost hit mind out In Denver drowned certainly, If, 'the driver 449,120 ber. and 61,127 during Septem-' I,i
DEPARTMENT
OF COMMERCE
o I and, started the dime-chaln-lettera, did not -know ,tho, river was there
the mail service had done right he should\ pager been careful; If he WEEKLY BUSINESS SURVEY Bank deposit, continued at a

Many, a husband finds that the early bird not only misses well,, but unless they could think did; know the. bf1c1g; ,wa. there he '' ) high peak with Christmas Saving

the worm, but he has to get his own breakfast. e up some new gag pretty soonthey'd aboulil have ,been careful. So, It 'The cold snap'that struck scattered Clubs preparing to release,a huge I A beautiful home one minute
be back in the "red" area of the country'last accumulation of cash.
again. individual
comes down to an problem -
0- the'next, 1 It
ashes A financial
1 So wantln' to be helpful I worked and that,Is, the driver MUST week resulted in a brisk pickup in Figures by I experts in the De-
The Tarpon Springs Leader reminds us that the amountof out'a plan which I'm offerln' to think? for himself retail trade but in many sections, partment of Commerce on national none can afford Why risk It

liquor consumed in this country is staggering, Mr. Farley on the same basis that Many of these accidents happened Including the East and South, un- income placed the' depression cost -

iM o tIt'ft \ Jerry Carter provides his new. In broad ,daylight-the majority eaasonably 'warm:weather 'contin to the people of the United States Carry Fire Insurance with
stories to the press "free of of after ued to have a''depressing effect, I at $26,631,000,000, the huge sum
i course,, happened ,sundown -
beginning to look as if there isn't anything exclusive charge and I believe if they will according to reports to the Department being equivalent to an annual sal I JOHNS &

i' about a Florida,hurricane or a California earthquake. adopt it they'll not only keep the For the sake of the fifty-three' of Commerce from more ary of $2,663 for 10,000,000 men.

0 postal department on a payin' basis who were killed In October and the than thirty of the leading com- From a record high of $81,034,000000 ,- WAINWRIGHT
: but' have enough left over to 80S who were killed in Florida in mercial regions of the country. In 1929, income slumped to
Clark Gable and his wife have separated. This should go a long way toward reducin' the 1934,1 am appealing to the driving Wholesale line reacted accord- $39.34 ,OOO.OOO in 1932 but rose to Telephone 13

not hurt the film star's popularity with the ladies a bit. National Debt public to drive carefully, to observe ingly, with continued heavy demand U8. 61.000.000 last year. Agricul

M O i Well here's the plan; Instead of the traffic-rules of commonsense for wearing apparel and hol-

prlntin' stamp with pictures of ,,,.and remmeber to think ofyour' Iday' items. Reports referred to =
fir. Italian soldiers lucky lot. As has'dis'covered the
are a yet no one backlog of reserve buying pow.
Washington, Franklin, Lincoln and ,families, when you take FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
a way to make canned horse resemble spaghetti 4. lot of other old timers the cost chances It..you, are In a hurry to er that is expected to bear down I
heavily on retail stocks with the Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Rend-
d a i office department could contact all get somewhere, start your trip
: these candidates for office and offer If the'weather-la foggy advent of cold weather. EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS-SERVICE
earlier!
The height of good manners, is ,for a, drug ,store. clerk ,to issue a million stamps with go very; slowly use your windshield In many regions holiday buying MODERATE PRICES

to sell a customer a one cent stamp and then thank ,him. their mug on it for, say $10,000. wiper, and .keep _your lights on. was in progress In addition to gen- .Stake. Florida

o Why all of "em would Jump at It. Stay on the right side of the road. erous purchasing of better quality DeWITT C. JONESTHANKSGIVING
goods In staple lines Not lth-
"' Who remembers the good old days when a. college'dtdn'thave Here in Florida for example we if -YOU- ace a warning slam., a'rail
have and cros.ing slow downtheremay
;nigh a Petteway Stamp road ,
to support a $5,000 football team to gain recognition.. I. instead of ;Just put tin', the -Judge's I be a train across the track.

c'' o I picture' it we could show a If the road Is slippery and damp

s It is scene with a young couple neckln drive very sl.owly-you.may avoid
a'crime to receive stolen property and you 'can ..
on bench under the
a park caption skidding.
avoid doing' it'if' you will turn off your radio when the jokes |, Of '"Pet Away" and that ought to If you must fix your automobileat TRIP

begin. get him plenty of votes. For Bill night get It off the'road as far ''I

oMen Hodges we could Issue a dignified as possible keep your light on or

stamp with a picture of the ."Old build a fire, ao that others may see
w'r# have done wonders without hands, without' feet Homestead" on It. A north Flor- 1C When walking on the highway

t without eyes-some even seem to get along fairly. well without ida pine with a big Cone in the during the daytime or night alwaya -

t brains. foreground might do for Fred. face traffic. and stay on the
But the fellow who 'would have left aid.
,
't" o 'em all beat if we> ever put the plan Driving an automobile Is an Individual 1935 draw i.w Thgaksgbing Farr
Wild life in Bradford County got a break'' this week In service ia Judge David Elmer problem-how ,well and tea'

' when a session circuit court kept a good many hunters out Ward; all in the world he'd have careful you drive It, Is your own doss with much for
to do would be label his ,' human safety
Just stamp"Where's Remember -
' .of the field problem. which to b* thankful. ,, Jacksonville ____$ ,
Elmer and the American depends on )"bu.' Think of these I

a,. 0 Legion would elect him. accident and fatalities In terms aeour..TOu'pwalntto", Gainesville _____
I The final of brotherly love is Then after the election it there of, yourself ''and family' and become -
test to get behind a string left overwe SAFETYMINDED.The' pond, your Thanksojtv: ... 2-6
' were any stamp | :Tampa ------
'a of slow-moving automobiles and have Rome nut behind you' tot could Just print a nice black bor- hunting; season has just fag with the folks at. 3.0
start der around thorn to the should be St. Petersburg--
honking. ,belonging opened. Hunters careful
horn "
rgarcQ* of how
> -o losing candidates and they'd makea with the> operation 'of their Orlando .____..- 2-
'a swell set of memorials. gun*. Thousands of CCC workers short your ThanksglTingTACatton.
,: Baer saya he intends to keep a fine bull on his ranch. And another thing, instead of a are in the wood Look where you Miami _______..- 5,

r Well it Is.only fair Bull aeems'to have kept him up for a candidatehavln' to hobble around i shoot. Be careful crossing fencea Florid Motor @ Atlanta _______ 5>!

pretty long,time. beggin' contributions he could sail ,with loaded guns unless your trigger Line make this posst-
stamps to rats a campaign fund. la on SAFETY. 16
bU with !* Chicago. ----
*. .. fast frequent : 1 --
i -o How do you like the Idea Thanksgiving will soon be here. ;

r The uneducated are to be envied during football season. Let's resolve;not to' have any accidents Mrrlc* at a. coat UM New YorkI6r .

? They don't have to be filled with gloomwhen Alma Mater More Canal LaborFive so that for 'moat of ua, than that of driving <;
this will be really a Thanksgiving
loses a football game. laborers. Lacy Futch. Mon- o f Joy.Governor', own'automobtlCoti.;:
I
,
ale Johns and
.1 Thompson Clyde : STATIO
'Committee Public UNION BUS
on
--
o I/It'l'/
Yontent downtown .
Charnie Yarbrough, all of Lawtey terminal '
"; One of our exchanges tells about the bride who cried'aft and Matthew.ParrUh. of Brooker Safety Tallahassee Florida. r
ASHER FRANK *, sonic* throughout\ Art
,
day because her' husband sat the coffee pot down on ,one of left Saturday for Ocala to work ,State Safety Director, .' MBS. B. H. SMITH,
the crosa-atau canal. The welfare the state with direct choose Court Hou "
.on con I Opposite
W her waffles, thinking it was an asbestos pad. department of the WPA here .--- .r.Townsend. 1 r.: in-\Y

o 'said that a quota of negro labor i Club' Meets uctIoutoalloAaaed .,, w Pkose.

Weathermen announce that the storm season is officially i will be sent to Palatka,for canal : Twenty-staVae-wr, member were S.
[work tomorrow.The added to the Bradford County
,
over. If your roof blows off now you have the comfortof !Townsend Club at the meeting

knowing it's an unofficial breeze and hardly 'worth your I banjo la distinctly an American I held here 'Monday' night la the

attention. : Instrument and la scarcely 100 : court house; H. H. Young president -

,years old. : of the'organisation said "If :
1' o -S- this plan-were understood by all :

The American Bankers Association says it's the little ,The United State Department the people ''I believe that every

man and not the big corporations who have all the money :of Agriculture la attempting to develop adult person would become a mem-
, a bee with a longer tongue ber in order to relieve the need of x
their information we hope the little fellows
i now. For own ''I which !twill enable It to producemore the poor and drive.poverty out of

read this! paragraph. honey the country,*

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