Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 29, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02517
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ROOSEVELT THIS WEEK LEVY twenty-ninth annual sale of ChrIstmas MUST FILEANSWER OWNERSTax

ES Seals In the United States : Collector C. A. Knight has

James Hornsby returned this He Issued a proclamation calling been notified by the State Motor

week from a hunting trip In Flag- UPHELD on the people of this community to Vehicle Commission that all private

ELECTION ler County and brought back an observe the campaign which open trucks weighing over 2,050

eight-point buck and a wild turkeyas ed on Thanksgiving day and lasts pounds. and all private trailers

trophies. He says that when he until Christmas.The ,
weighIng more than 1.050 pounds Little Discussion So
shot down the turkey a large wildcat Court Kills Graduated mayor's proclamation Is a. Johns Says lIe Has will have to have attached to thema

' Jack Lloyd Stops got to the dead bird before he follows: Not Yet Been certificate of weight, Issued by Far About Bond
did and had eaten the head off. Gross Receipts Part for three
After Long "WHEREAS nearly the department showing the actual ElectionRECEIPTS
Here Mr. Hornsby and his party rescued Of Law i decades the Christmas Seal sale Served Papers weight of the vehicle, and '

Tramp the turkey before It was all gone,, I has been conducted throughoutour -- the number of the license tag; Issued '

however, and it made fine eating, nation to finance the work of JENKINS BEGINS 0 U 0 for use on the vehicle FOR 1933: AND ,

31 STATESADVENTURER he said. H. A. Bishop, Buddy SCHOOL WILL PROBABLYBEADLE the tuberculosis associations and WARKANTO PROCEEDING The certificate will be mailed 1934 MUST HE SHOWN

VISITED SAYS Bishop Floyd Green and Dewey TO RUN WHEREAS, the preventive from Tallahassee after the truckor -
Williams made another hunting health by those his It will be necessary for freehold-
up program supported Representative Charley E Johns trailer owner has bought
The Court In a five-to- : for 1933 and
sixty-seven-year old party and' returned 'to Starke Supreme tiny stickers is helping to cut Wednesday that he had not 1030 license tag. It must be displayed era to have receipts
Lloyd, decision the vote In
Jnclt one Tuesday upheld Illaid taxes In order to ,
Jdier of fortune adventurer vet- Monday with three dead deer to occupational license scale and the down the death rate from tuberculosis served with papers In spite of In a conspicuous place so 1934 the bond poll election called by the

several wars and numerous.Solutions tell about A third party, Including In our state and. our own the announcement by Joe C. Jenkins that an Inspector of the department -
of one-half of cent tax 'on Board of Public'
one per Bradford County
known throughout Sam Anderson, H C. Wall, community; andWHEREAS ', Gainesville attorney, that he can readily check the weight
. receipts In the "Chain store for Saturday, December
Alexander W. E. Torode, gross It; is necessary In Instruction
as "Burning Jesse warranto proceedings vehicle.
world was filing quo of the
JOlt of the tax law enacted by the 1933 legislature T It was stated by county officers -
and recogntaed ''by Sheriff'W. J. Epperson and several the Interest of our''chlldr.n. to con- against several legislators -. .
school .
JjIjIII&1t. for public revenues.It this week.Although .
as the original globe- othera are back In town aftera tinue to fight against this preventable now on. the payroll of the state
,wwwpers' is again in Flor- camp In Dixie County. They killed the legislature's proposal disease I W. E. Middleton,, ; government. Hearing la the cases COURT ENDEDLast there has been little '

wung reporter being ,out of the state had plenty of game to eat while : to have a graduated scaleof Mayor of the city of Starke, do set, for December 2, and It is discussion thus far of the election.

iafter months, and paid gone they say and Mr. Wall was gross receipts taxation ranging hereby proclaim the time from understood that those named must It Is expected that It will draw outa
f I* several to baga up to fiveper cent on chain Thanksgiving Day lintll Christ to that Friday large number of registered prop
visit Tuesday afternoon. among those lucky enough I be served;ten days prior ,
.ukt a stores describing the graduation of whom are interested -
mas, for the sale of 'Christmas erty owners some
the road still on deer. time.
the dust of [ and unfair taxation. I ,
trim as unequal the double-barred In obtaining adequate ']
which bear
Ui clothes, his blue slHrt adorned The decision left intact enough' and citizen to Jenkins, who made an unsuccessful WITH SENTENCES school buildings, and others who
cross, urge every
d !the collar by a ready-tied of the law to bring estimates from end his support to this great attempt to enjoin paymentof are Interested In seeing that there
leather and a wlde-brtm- AGED NEGRO : salaries to twenty-one legisiatore -
rf patent Informed quarters that the revenue are no Increases In thepresent tax
ned black felt hat setting off bisflowIng for public schools would be cause. said this week: I VEiID'i I
white hair and dark van- The convinced that injunction $2,500 T levy.The
about $2,750,000 annually. "I am still
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Hit-and-Run Victim PERSONAL IN. election will be held
beard, Jack came Into the $4,000,000 to Is the remedy In ,
,, legislature predicted proper
? for the
DAMAGE JURY CASE tricts Three and Fourteen
'Telegraph office with a cane in 4.500000 from the law as it was NO this case and is the only remedy whether or '
of determining
band and his bundle of news- available to the taxpayers for the purpose
OM DIED SUNDAY Circuit Court ended Us fall term not these districts will Issue bonds
in the other of the illegal expenditureof '
taper, clippings heads for the Apparently the decision, unlessIt To Berries,, stopping here last Friday with the.awardIng to match Federal funds that have
Jack funds. I have ample authority '
Although about la appealed to the United States public how- of 12,500 damages to A. J. Angelo been granted for school buildings.\
winter contention,
for this
honda sun every Is gold Supreme Court and reversed, spell General of Jacksonville for personal In District Three, Starke, the bond ,
till time--when there no CORONER'S INQUEST ed out virtually full terms of operation BY FftOSTCROP ever, since the Attorney Injuries received some time ago in Issue voted on will be for 934,000. ',
other adven- HELD of his nameIn
or BE the use
revolution WILL did not permit
!mb or for the public schools, for an automobile accident near Graham and the government will grant 4
bill for
ire to attract his attention-he SOON which the legislature appropriated -J an amended, or a new the J. C. Stringer, of Alachua, $40,000. In District Fourteen, ,4
followed on-
from the averageBOW I have
different injunction
quits 110,500,000. > HERE STILL BADLYIN was defendant In the case. Vanderbilt Hellbronn and Rising
and proudly displays Miles Bailey, seventy-six year other legal procedure possible
clippings gathered from the old negro who was injured by a The legislature provided about NEED OF in the case, that Is the filing of The case of the W. M. Welch the bond Issue will be for 917.00O J
amy from automobile RAIN of Chicago to match federal funds of $20,000.. -
Lake for schools Manufacturing Company
oiliest to the largest papers In hit-and-run driver on the (5,500,000: quo warranto proceedings) against
On thirty-one states he has vlslttd Butler road two weeks ago, died licenses and a one mill -;; these legislators." against the Bradford County -.- -

ilnce leaving Florida. Sunday night at his home west oftown. tax. The chain store revenue if it Bradford County's strawberrycrop Attorney General Cary D. Lan- Board of Public Instruction $300 CHAPMAN
totals $2,750.000, would bring the came undamaged through damages. was continued for the
Jack has gathered other Mr. Jenkins authorIty -
But total to $8,250,000: and Governor light frosts Monday and Tuesday dis recently gave term. WON'T RUN '< ,
[things besides newspaper clippings A coroner's Inquest to investigate week generally to file quo warranto pro- .
this ,
the general of growers !
estimated H
-tmong them being the fact that the cause of the negro'sdeath Sholtz has Brisk winds prevented the ceedlngs In his name and proper i In the morning session Judge DENIES GOSSIP'IN INTERVIEW ,

believes President : Roosevelt will\ be held as soon as Assistant revenue fund this year could supply to- agreed.frost from having any 111 effects legal papers have been filed before I L. Sebrtng sentenced Lonn|. Green, WITH LAKE! i ,
MI be again swept into office State's Attorney A. S. about $1,000,000 or more fruit that Is Circuit Judge E. C,, Love of negro to the electric chair.for the CITY PAPER
told plants or ,upon
the schools. Sholtz recently upon Evallne Frailer,' eight
Witt almost as great a plurality as Crews returns from court duties Rains are still i Quincy. The following were namedIn slaying i '
confident now maturing.
historical elec- officers educational leaders was ordered to file year-old colored girl. Time of the The following Item concerningL.
to received in the in Alachua County. Police county. the bill and were '
IIi8 of 1932. here have intimated that they are the schools this year would needed throughout. an 'answer by not later than December execution will be set by Governor. F.. Chapman, superintendent of Wt:
, Hiving traveUed almost through- who hit ,the old man, receive $9,000,000 from the state. Reports from Plant City are 2: Senators J. W. Turner Sholts In the death warrant. the State Prison Farm. was car.p.

nt \the entire country In the last but pretty arrests sure have yet been made. i The main opinion said the legislature -I cool weather there has slowed down began H. O. Murphy and S. C, Smith Fayete Brown was sentenced to ried by the Lake,City Reporter" .,ini) .'$:

4tt months, Jack has been able no is said to have been walkIng could classify business according the shipment of berries which and Representatives Wm. Grlffls. two years In the State prison Its Issue of November 22; 1$[,

U pt a very good Idea as to how Bailey along a shoulder of the road to the number of units In a small way last week.loaded Only Chas,E.. Johns, C.H. Smith, B. L. Farm for larceny of eattle' belongIng ..'''Wednesday L., F. Chapman au. Vlperintendent ;

lllC011AtlJ,lltaA ,,on the political when the driver of the car, losing and 'require payment of a higher threa.72-pint..sers.wer.and a fourth" was Simmons, Thos.' L. Coxwell J.,. J. to Joe K. GriffIn. of the t State, Prison .ti..t'

tuition. He claims that the "lit- control or deliberately turning out, license than levied against a there Monday Prices ranged Williams, Caspian Hale, M. R. Farm at Ballard'toUTThe Report.' illl

koen" tax all parts of the United left the highway and ran into him. single store. It was In this view nearly completed. with the Driver, J. W. Burns, W C. Godwin CHURCHHOMECOMING er that he had no knowledge of the t "
to 45c a pint' .
the license from 25o
Pates want Roosevelt reelected so I that the court sustained W. R. Dixon W. A. Bonifay, party or parties who had been.c.. i'jcularlzlng ;
I scale of $10 on a single average about 35c. Dan Kelly, G. In behalf of J'
tint be can complete the great pro- MUSICAL W. R. Robinson, the state : ,
turn of rcovery that he has start- SHOWSAT store $::10 on each store In chainsup Wesley Larson, and A. A. Price. his becoming a candidate for governor

el To stop it at this moment, at RITZ to three; $100 on each store in MRS. ALVAREZ CHINA GROVE BAPTISTS ,

Clime when the whole world Is chains up to six; $200 up to 10; BUYERS WILL' OBSERVE Mr Chapman asserted he was"
and $400 on each THANKS Changes ManagementB. DECEMBER 8 '
to ,
calamity, $300 up In the
lottos, would be a STARS TO BE not interested personally
.tltbni Jack. SEEN IN "EVERY store in chains operating or CHRISTMAS SEALS TO BE R. Wltkovskl Wednesday took : Sunday, December 8, has been Florida gubernatorial contest at

From the banks of the famousRio NIGHT AT EIGHT"To more stores. SOLD MOSTLY THROUGHTHE over the management of Alexander -'designated as Homecoming Day at this time and let the matter go at 'kg'
said the
Grande to the Canadian bor- This type of taxation, MAIL A Go's store In the the China Grove Baptist Church. that.

der,from Sunny Miami to Chicago "Every Night at Eight," hilarious court, is an adequate and consti- Building and wilf be pleased to Services will be held at 11 o'clock Constant study to the problems)

mil \the Great Lakes country and romantic musical comedy tutional classification of business Mrs. 1. M. Alvarez, chairman of greet his friends there and show In the'morning with Dr. G. M. of his position has brought him to
Ritz Theatre to privilege.A Seal sales) In this county them the up-to-date line of merchandise -
the .
h almost all the New England which comes to according In Brlttan of the Florida Baptist the forefront In national consciousness J

laIn, it Is the same story from Sunday for a two-day run, goes graduated scale of gross receipts this week made the' following that Is being carried who has Convention, preaching.. After services as wltncssath the publicationthis

\Uw little man-give Roosevelt another the credit for using the timelinessand taxation was held unconstitutional statement stock. C. 'H. Grumpier, dinner will be spread on the I month of his speech, :"The

term. And Jack tells you current popularity of the ama- however, on the ground "At Thanksgiving the annual managed the store since its open- grounds.Immediately. ; High Cost of Crime" a. one of the' ':4,
and bringing It to ,. In Its application.As Christmas Seal Sale wilt begin. inS here In September, will returnto after dinner there. ,)1
why: In the great mining section teur radio hour it was not equal eight best of the month In the December
* the West, mines are ,being operated the screen for the first time as the I. an example, the court said a Letters containing seals will be his former railroad employment. wIll be a song service and at 2:30o'clock : Issue of' a. leading maga'-, .

that,have been closed for basic theme of a motion picture. single store might do more gross sent from Headquarters In Jacksonville -.- there will be ordination elms, Others listed Included.,the.t',

as long as forty years. Through thekgb Featured In this popular musical business than a chain of 19 units, In my name. Should WOMAN TRIES services) for newly appointed deacons President the .Attorney General '!

price of gold and silver and film are George Raft, Alice Faye but under the legislature's propo- there be any duplications you may of the 'church An out-of- and the Harvard dean of the law ,

tin RFC loaning money to owners, Patsy Kelly and Francis Langford sal the single store, would have disregard the second- shipment of SUICIDESLASHES town pastor will preach the evenIng school. "/:::

thousands of men are being'employed the Florida girl who has become a paid one-half of one per cent, seals receIved sermon at 7:30: o'clock. ,t.'
would have paid "I greatly appreciated the contributions WRIST WITH Invited to .
and film star.Next'TuosdaY while the chain Everyone Is cordially
,Jttow and bringing white minerals out the precious radio and Wednesdaythe five per cent on Its gross receipts.The I last season by mall,and by GLASS IN CITY attend the services.GOOD S. G. LEWIS ..4;(

"The Last Outpost of one per cent organizations, from schools JAIL I '
'' will show one-half DIES q.
' .Then Jack calls your Rita which ", to all personal solIcitatIon There will
I to the great Northwest-the vlrft ," a dramatic film In the court said applies alike constitu by be no solicitation on the streets I Slashing her wrist with a Jagged PRICES '1

forests of the nation-and, abe Claude Rains does another pieceof business and therefore is this nor will there be a headquarters i piece of glass, a Gainesville STARKE JEWELER TAKEN ,.
Is supportedby year FOR HOGS ,
tells you there has not been a expert acting. He MIchaeL I tional. except at the home of the' woman, who shall remain nameless TO SOUTH CAROLINAFOR '

,large forest fire in any of the bidbaesta Cary Grant and Gertrude chairman where seal may. be purchased here, made a suicide attempt 'In CONTINUED, LAST' WEEK : BURIAU. .

' uils year. he points out Friday of next MRS. LEILA:HOUGH by anyone' not receiving the city jail Monday nlfcht. It tIM Is AT .GAINESVILLE S. O. Lewis, well-known local'
Ht through the-.fine" work ol Thursday and believed that she obtained :
Love" will oc- them by malLProceedn MARKET Jeweler and optician, died last FrWday
wwevelTs pet CCC boys theM week,, "Hooray For/ musical DIES from the sal last glass from,, a broken' mirror amongher -..- In Riverside Hospital to Jacksonville -" A'

eras have been.. eliminated...Then cupy- the screen. It Ra'IDond.-Ann I. a TURPENTINEMAN year' were largely'spent, locally belongings. 0 Prices were 'still good on, all where be had bean taken'.....".1:
Mie been other great Preata mm featuring Gene I WIFE OF examinations- and clinic was arrested here classes of livestock the "Central '
, many of BUI l BURIED AT. for x-ray The ,woman :a,few' days before, for. treatment.:
.. **.Jack sayr.but.none of them Soth-rn a.d th tap artist. BROOKERLeila expenses. Monday e* CaB:: Street,. cbar"'l I Florida Livestock Hsjrket tn for kidney disease. He was a native

""thought Gl. the,' /wonderfulof ,Robinson famous negro" "Let your contrblutlon come In with being drunk. She Gainesville Monday. A large number of Rains 8. Cr but had lived

of saving the forestsot the Julia Hough, 53, died Sat early so that, the work may be at the time and was lodged In the of cattle, hog, and other In Florida for a great many years, L

, Mtlon from fire and wasteful cut- BUILDINGSAT urday at her home near Brooker finished as soon as possible. Always Jail for safe-keeping. Tuesday afternoon classes of livestock: were sold al having run a Jewelry store in Jack ,

,line. Under Roosevelt's program FARM following an Illness of two years. use the envelop accompany- a. visitor at the City Hall, extremely good prices which were I sonville before moving ,to Btarke.

perpetUal forestation will be a poe 'AT She was born In Homervllle Ga., lag the seals." who was going to Gainesville,, as follows At the time ot his death he .wa..latya' "

Witty, this traveller think WAY- but had been living. In this county '. agreed to take the woman' there,, Hogs: No1. 180 to 290 IbS.. '-, years old., ,

", to the "bread basket".section oi TO. GET UNDER 1923. ClubThe and officers here were glad to be $8.30 per 100 lb. in'charge of1 the Flor.
since Townsend The body
Ibe country the harvest.band and BIDS RECEIVEDTHIS She is survived by her husband, rid of her company. No. 2. ISO to 180 Ibs., $8.20 pet Ida Funeral Home, of Jacksonville'

!be J farmer are for the'sldent WEEK H. L. Hough turpentine operator; Townsend Club will meet at '.. 100 Ibs. .: was taken to Rains for burial and

eea051 he has given the people ol Florida's 91,400,000ment improve three sons Carl and Moyer Hough, the Court House' Monday night In Reno No. S, 130 to 150 lb., 97.75 pet was accompanied by his widow., ',:

that lection a real break and they for state Institution of Brooker and Leon Hough of December 2, at 7:30: o'clock. All Shooting 100 Ibs. Two children' also survive,I ,Theo *t

Ire au l for him even in Al Lan program probably will get Jacksonville; and two daughters white persons who would like to Tommy Powell Reno "bad boy." No.. 4, 110 to 130 Ibs.,, 97.70 pe' Lewis, olWaabinrtoa.D.' C.,' and, *

doD'l itate of Kansas, The Indus"w building its entirety by December -, Doris Hough, of Brooker, and help end poverty In America for was on the receiving end Monday I 100 Ibs. 111'.. Lllla Fletcher of Jackson. Avllle
in Miss ,
centers are for the President under way it was' .tated in Talla- Miss Lena Hough, of Arcadia ever, should attend this meetlnaprepared night of a couple of loads of buckshot -:. No.B, BO to 110 Ibs... $8.00 pet ," also one- sister! ; living' In, 1i;
110, Jack 15. member of and blIp put the administered by George Frailer 100 Ibs. '
i say. It is only the emI Hough was a to join South Carolina. .
I week. Mrs.
fwjert and that are' haaaee this Prison and funeral I' Revolving Pension Planthrough another colored boy with : CatUeITop
organisations for the State Methodist Church Townsend Mr. Lewis was.a member of the JrJ
!*.*rulUy fighting labor that areIlat Buildings been loctaded in the services were held Sunday Congress and secure the whom Powell Is said to have beerrighting of heifers,94-ii per 100 Ibs. Baptist Church ,aDd of, the. Elk'sIodgs. )I/, ,
1 FarmMr Some 100 Ibs.
before. IUO
calves $
the the approval. the night Top per
New Deal. bids were o'clock from President &:
which 3:30 '
at : .
flrat..section: on noon after-I President rowenr throat; 93.70 100 "
butcher cows per
: H. Young shot JodpcIla Top .
the '
As H.
farm direction
Jack closer hu interview ta Wednesday.\ The dance under the and Mrs. Lewi*wfU,visit In Jackson., ;,
"Who have opened general hospital : 'E. :McGauIey. 'a 'I but he is said to be recovering. vllle before returning to her home) :
the Republican include a Her. O. IbevTop .:
here per" 100
Jail bulls 83.65
projects the county butcher -
Roberts tn
construction of Not Affected Fraxler Is
. 81't EgostisticaUPrank.: JDiIGL and fireproof; ment. were In charge I Residents here. ffl'
,w two stories ward Inc., of Alachua. a' ...... ". rf.
woman' !
" Chicago publteBer.rwhocan't Parlors, E. Johns -
Ibe.Top ,
of a white Funeral Representative Charley butcher steers 93.20 per 100 1//'
J:.tOfir.t_ balL Al tendon,:ol and Infirmary and of a colored wOomaD' -Interment was In Dedan Cemetery.County said yesterday that he wished to To Hear PresidentCharley t lbs Candidate ,For Congress ft f:
of a prison .
-. and Seutol'.Bonb.Ao- ward; construction all at make It clear to local sportsmenthat E. Johns, Bradford A sale of all classes of livestock William J.. Porter' of the jj

Ie lOrdIng tQ to Jack, gossip In the West wall. gate and towers; Judges Court the law prohibiting nonresidents County representative h) the 183d U- held at the Gainesville market criminal Judge court of record In Jack.' .|
not 9275.000.: from
effect will
that Borah cost of Bradford County the wel- 13 '
' estimated of be among at "
truck Is to Monday beginning .
an of Legislature every Mtaaces
a uqualD-
'Ppoq driver and sonville. was making
: the and ,
Administration Bill Johnson Saturday ,
on Roosevelt ,
here the
hunting of President o'clock. J. T. Homey managerof
-, several weeks ago of comers In Starke Monday. He ball 3
People have even heard ol ExtendedThe that overturned does not affect residents at the celebration that
Sunday he speaks there the market predicts priceswill SH
Campaign Road, Injuring when announced his intention of running
con Farm be
. .: outside of his native Kan- eam- on the State county Mr. Johns says for him Friday.Mr. next Monday *
Will Rogers Memorial occupants, was tried In the of prote.ufrom planned' be good again for Congress from this. district ,"Jn
several. number
extended to De- has received a Johns win leave Tallahasseewith &
Tuesday :
been Court here .xl& ,1DC.
"Jaclc left as quickly as he came, cumber has T. Frank Landruin County ,Judge's of driving while residents! who are under the Governor ,Sholts's part,. Births vv- (J'
-J\nC\ 15. Charges come under .
that he was beaded for UU said on Impression that/they "*"
chairman Intoxicating '
asesittry around Grovelaad to look Bradford County maybe under the Influence of Th jurisdiction of the law. stolen,, automobileswere Mr.'and Mrs. J. J. Moody New The OraD.e'- 14'
the Contributions and found not guilty. Forty-seven November 23. I Ia an annual event oI..ucIa W i
::; U weU operations there. yesterday. Starke. the liquor California's border River boy
at .
the Bank of Lee PsrrUh petit Florida recovered Interest to local resident as will f: fj
tlabaa left at cases against England In 1763 Mr. aA4.J4J'II. Cecil Thomas,
that there aever was a with K,. LaD- car- Ceded to stations to the flrsl '
k I'-- field brought tat but what be Telegraph offIce. or toward larceny. and Henry Ferguson nol remained loyal to that country checking: Btarke.' girl, November 25.: a. tourists. ;;.t"I J
*, ,will go I were months of 1035.
funds six
The concealed weapons .1! ;
ot RevoIuUona..Wu.,
drum. ,
stand Door rytog
::1 on the derrick unfortunate during-the \
for .
hospital .' 3
____ I building a pressed.
''Continued On'Pa&8 Eight), children. il

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k HIGHLAND HAMPTON PINE LEVEL GUlP. BRANCH I during Starke the Bradford legal hour County of Florida.sale on I E..et.sill oNWof And also- NEW, or 8V4 of NW40f H>:'4 ot NW NW%% &of 11/\\'. t .

Month, ', IJecemher Slid, 1S8B, the Wty of Lot I, except G acres morn af N 14 8'11.ofX'I I.. ,
111m M. E. Crews, Correspondent MIa Ada Nlmmo, CorrmpaniteBt /Sir. II. 1\.. BIcRito, Correspondent MJs* Elizabeth:: Jlarnns-e, Cor. following)
Bradford County Florida, to-wlt: road, and .except a 100 toot right of .f NW1,4 3OfNW,5\ !
Mrs. Effle Carter and Mrs. Arthur Rev. W. T. McGulre pastor of Mr. and Mrs. Wlllla Dyal another Mrs. Wesley-4cRae and children Lots Six (6) and Bight <8), in way doeilrd. to Florida. Power OomSany W% of S'3 it of SWt,4 BW, 6 of4'y NI .1 a \'

Padgett were shopping in the First Christian Church of relatives were 'called to of Rising section spent the Inal Block Town KlB-ht of((8 Htarke), of the Florida OI'lW.; ., of Hange Section 22 East 2: In And Township also 9 MEV"'W\4 of of ,",W'-4 BW' ,:r"I'81":

Jacksonville Tuoaday. Hampton, will preach at the First Bradenton Wednesday on account week-end with'Mrs./ T. N. Norman.Mr. being In NKV4 of SWU of Section 37 Turpentine Leases. upon the NW,. of SE'4 NW\4 a. N of "'I v. & 1\

of the death of their niece Mrs. and Mrs. A. J. Williams of M,. Tp 8, 8. R. *2 K. To. land therein severally described a* a. 8E:1,4 of Hid; % % 01 NEV.
M. L. Thompson of Lawtey, visited Christian Church at Palatka next Keth r with the tenement, particularly described In Raid Final 6 South nangO S"'flon U J,, ,
Edith which occurred 'at Jacksonville, spent last week as Decree 2a Ea,1.,
relatives here Saturday. and Dec. Starling hereditament and appurtenances 893 Acre, more ''ontnl
Sunday her home at 9 clock Wednesday the guests of her parents. Mr. and thereto belonging, or Ina.nywis The following described personal .. or luss
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Norman of 1. appertainingT. properties, situate Mt and near and 8\Vv4 Certificate NoSM. 181
Mrs. J. S. 01 -mt
morning after a long illneas. Mrs Sapp. LANDRtTM "
FRANK used and In
being/ upon connedtlon
Creek were of
the Black Basketball girls, from the Waldo Starling was placed In the Wake :Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp of HeU As Special Master. with, the turpentine place, butineengand NW .
week-end visitors of O. N. Norman school played tbe girl' team of KNIGHT A KNIOHT.Attorney location of It A. Week, near NW ?|
man Funeral Home at BraJenton, bronn Plalntllf.11lt.1II.121I9 } &
t sectlosf'were! : visitingMr for : Brooker Florida O'Wlt: I la-Bar NW
school last
and family. Hampton Thursday. After the" funeral service Thursday and Mrs. Felix Sapp Thursday rel Still Complete with Worm, etc: NW of ofSW4 S of NW'/ 6< v..,
visitor to Jack The Hampton girls were victorious, I Gasoline Ungln 1 Roller \4 8W,,
M .Carter was a was laid to rest In Celet night. Cooper' Pump; N3ct4 of IOf NSWIo \!'
scored 22 to 1 Set Complete Tool; I A SW" &: 8t4
as they KI.BCTIOKTNotice a. or
sonvllle Saturday.Mr. JVOTICK OV IIOND of Hb.4
near her home. She Rlack Mar Multi Named Kate & WIV
Cemetery 1800
Mrs. W. 'R. Kersey of Boot ey's I given by Th \ oil 'f NW'HE4
hereby : 8E1,4
and Mrs. Carl WHklniion. of Mrs. J. P. Sullivan was the guest leaves a husband Ellis Starlingand Beach and Mrs. Norn Brewan of rtonrd of Public Instruction of Bradford 1 lbs.Named; weight Annie; t, 1800 Black Ins.Mare weight Mule! 1 SWI4 of Nl'" 01 01 IIIW1.8It! :'., ot IW;

Jacksonville, spent Saturday and of her daughter Mrs. J. P. Sum four daughters, Evelyn 11, Brunswick Ga., spent Tuesday County, Stat held of Florida Saturday thatan Black Horse with Huddle and Bridle Township 5 south'm.,,"*He"1"
election I will be on containing 420 "
Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. mers, of Lulu last Saturday. Clarice 0, Betty Joice 3, and Lu night with Mrs. H. Keene. the 14th day of December, A. D. 1936, 1 pletej Double; 1 Wagon Single with Wagon harness with Com Certificate No AOTI.I !. L'"re!. or >1

Wilkinson. J. W. Nlramo and sister Miss cUe 10 months. The two youngest by the qualified elector who are Complete 16 Patent liarneus of SWU of NEW af'svv 'r <1,.'l
George : Rim :
Mrs. Louisa Denmark is spend freeholder of Special Tax School DID of NlfiT& S.WH or
Ada, had as a week-end guest their Barrels; 1 Hum with Feed W\\ 01 '
children were brought back to Stuff 1 1IIWY" of 11\\:
of the "
of was a Fourteen
Claud Rowe Lawtey DistrIct Number < sister, Mrs. W. P. DIrt, of Gaines- Starke. Betty will make her home ing some time with her parents, I said County Stat of Co.nml."artltock, value 3250.00; all & NW% Si. ot NW""
business visitor here Saturday. f.fn'.fO'he turpentine tools, consisting of NEl &Nt( "INW,;
Mr, and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. Florida, to d or oil Eli
ville. hack, puller, dipping S'" ot
with Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dyal. not said! district will issue bond spoon., dip NWt
:' Messrs. Geo. and Carl Wilkinson Mrs. Emma Lamoreaux, is at Luclle is being cared for by her Mrs. Elsie Bradley of Bootsey's In the sum of Seventeen Thou..ndDollara bucketaj JOE chip HILL cover, ..to. NE1,4 VswlltfvYW's'w5SB' !:

were visitors to Starke Saturday. Beach section spent.. part of last for the purposes set forth WILLIAMS oil !. oC NWH ol NW% fIr
Sat the bedside of her father Frank aunt, Mrs. H. A. Prescott at In cullingfor. Bald electionnow A* Special Master. SEW '" NI>
t F. M. Crews was in Lawtey sister Mrs. H petition Doggett,, McCollum, Howell & IoIE'4 Ex NE1,4 *: \
week with
Johnson, at River Side Hospital in Starke. her on file with the maid Board of Doggett, sis; u N V4 of s' yAi1n'i? IIW
urday. Jacksonville this week.JVOODLAWN. Theodore of Starke Keene.: Publlo Instruction In its ,office In' Jacksonville, Florida right of way & S\.v of swi: ; 1 I."vi.
Goodge !
spent In Stark Bradford "
the Courthouse
M. 84' '
1' Miss Ethel Ricks and Carson Solicitor: for Plaintiff. i'.01! Township 6 SoUth
Saturday night and Sunday with' County, Florida... and that said election 22 Hast] containing ussfsaFyarral, II
business visitors to NOTICH OP IIOM RLKCTIO'W
: Crlffls were shall b* held at the following .
Henry Cone. :Notice In 'hardy given by The school house In said district, to- OFwF.LMCT'ON' -
Jacksonville Board of Public Instruction: of Bradford NOTIC-H
Kellliron Risi-
wltt Vanderbllt, and
H. C Wlmberly went to Mrn. N. M. Bradley CorrespondentMrs. Miss Docla Starling spent Frl County, Stat of Florida that Inir. : i At a special meeting of The Board \ o
day night with relatives at Starke an election will b. held on Saturday !There; being no newspaper published of Publlo Instruction for the" County ,
Starke- Sunday to spend a few Nora Bruand of Brunswick the 14th day of Decenber. A. D19J8 In said Special Tax School of Bradford, State of Florida, which ] (. & uwf'
days with her daughter, Mrs, Nelson !- Miss Vesta McRae spent Wed by the qualified elector who District Number Fourteen It I* or- to special call fchwTI pursuant SW\Of W444 af NW'ntHW\ e.
Ga. Is here her of Of
visiting brother Tax member had W1,4 &
are freeholders of Special shall
nes night with her sister Mrs. T. derad that Bald notice 4>a published personal IIW'1.of W
T. Green. W. R. Kersey. School District Number Three of the for four ucceBtv weeks In notice and were present on SWIAw& 8EV5 '
Ed Edwards of Jacksonville was N. Norman in Gum Branch section said County of Bradford Stat of th* Bradford County Telegraph, the 14th day of November, A. D. less I 1crtlW S> will;]
Vanlce Keene of Gum Branch Florida to determine whether or not 1935 the following amour other Bank B less 10 A In 8F
that being; the only paper published 'fir It '
visitor here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Lavender proceedings' had swii
a said were to-wltl of
dlstrlrt will Issue bond In the of SI
In Raid Bradford County Florida.A. ttnS
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wimberly, was visiting at the home of his : and son, Ernest were dinner sum of Thirty-four Thousand Dol- J. QRIPFIS S. I* crews.. a member of Bald ; SS, Township I 5 SutIth Oft,
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. W. R. lara for the purpose net forth In petition Board prevented a resolution and 22 East, containing 42U Acris
for said Board.
and Mr. of Mr. and H. M. Me- Secretary moved i
i ;lllsa! Freddy Wimberly guests Mrs. cnlllnif for said election now w. r. MANNINO; its. adoption, which motion or leu*.

I' and Mrs. N. T. Green and children Kersey, Sunday. Rae, Sunday. on file with the said Board of Pub Chairman of said Board. wa seconded hoard C. Prevatt, a Certificate No. 114. .eIubrgc.
llo instruction In its office In the member of said and that the of ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. NEY of
Yarborough 11.16-5..12-13. NEI4 a
.I of Starke visited relatives here following ..,.. HEI Of 81
Miss Eula Mae Dyal spent Monday (Courthous In Stark., Bradford members .ntI---- -. .. NR1% 41: NW1,4 of 8E\I, of ;
Charney Yarborough. Rudolph County Florida and that said election S. U Cr.w..y-e. ofuNE4 NW" a
night ,at Sampson City the NEI4 ,. NE'l'
';r. Khun b* held at the City Hall SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE J. C.Prevatt. aye. < ul IIW
Chlsm and Mr. and Mrs. And A
; '
ot ]
of Miss Verna Notice I I. hereby given that Under W. C. 1\I1i-1 & EJ or.
gueat Phillips, I In the City of Starke In said district, Manning, aye of
.;(: Thompson attended church at Evergreen county and state. and by virtue of that certain final whereupon; the al>f resolution by SE oil W a% ot w J ot NI>'
Mrs. Russell "Thomas of Risingwas decree of foreclosure and sale the Chairman % : of NW\ ut IE'4' A.
of Raid Board '
Saturday night. r This node shall l W.a declared of EV4 offcwu of i, ,
>* published for
Friday.Find entered by Honorable H. I. Bebrlnifa HI; &
; adopted, and
visiting relatives and friends Four miccenatve which I resolution SE\4\ .. ,,
week In
the Brad SW&5OfNV&:
of the Judicial VNWU
Judge Eighth Circuit 1"
and word and
Charney Yarborough Clyde 1 figures following
here Saturday. ford County _Telegraph, a weekly of Florida In and for Bradford to-wit: nf NI\4: ofl' W\I & K'A' ot :. ''
\ I Johns returned home Saturday afternoon nwpapr published in aid Special County In chancery In that certain WHEREAS, a. k. meeting of The NW1,4 of of Sectlon 8a, '?,,
I from the canal where they The young people enjoyed a social Tax School District Number Throe cans pondingIn Maid Courtwherein Board of Public Initruotlon for the ship II 80uth nanlJo 23 "
hour at the home of Miss Myr- In Bradford (. ;WVFIarlda.} C. L. Stockwell a* Conservator County of Bradford State of Flor taming 645 Acre, more or"l I.H'
are employed.Mrs. A. J. Th. assessment of
for Bank of Starke the sold
a ida
corporation h.ld..t its p
office In the Courthouse *
tis Fountain in -
Friday evening Secretary for said Board. rty under the .aid
,1 is plaintiff nnd J. C.' demons certificate
Geneva Wilkerson the In the City of 8tarfce, Brad-
was honor of her brother. Frank Foun- w. c. MANNINO. also known a* John C demons, awldow.r foul County Florida on the 14th sued wa In the name' of Jre.
," Out of Mrs. N. M. Sun. Chairman of said Board. day Properties Ino.
guest Bradley and aurlce L. demon, of November A. O. 1085 there
\' ain. The guess cake was 11-16-6--12-18.. was Unless said
a widower are defendant, case 640, presented a petition signed by certificate nhall
,,'" day.Mr. by> Misses Arie Fountain and Carrie --- the undersigned Special Master by than twenty-five per cent of the redeemed according to law

.,$'". and Mrs. E. C. Johns attended Alvarez and Jimmie Edwards .""''TF.n's': SALVO said decree appointed, will sell a* qualified elector who are freeholder Bold properties described thwreln w'll
NOTICE) I Ie hereby Kven| that under by said decree. directed to the highest residing within the to the hlKhest bhlrtor, ot
i i From Your Doctor : church at Evergreen Saturday won the cake. and by virtue of a Final Decree bidder for cash In front of theSouth I known and designated a*territory Special court-house door on the firm .v
night. I if Foreclosure mad. and rendered door of the County Court- I Tax School District I Number Threeof day In the Month of January. i 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brown of by> the Honorable., tt. L. Sebrlntc, 1 tioune In Stark, Bradford County, Bradford, County Florida,' which I I. the 6th., day of Junui
If the "Pain" Remedy; Mrs. Lena Gaskin of Bootsey's Sampson were guests of Mr. and Judge of the. Circuit Court of the Florida, during; the legal hour of 'I ingald. Board to call an election pray to 103s.Dated

: Beach was visiting at the home of Mrs. Willis eighth Judicial, Circuit of Florida, sal on Monday, December 2nd 1035, determine whether said Special Tax 1935.. this 14th., day of Note:
Dyal Sunday. .
In and for Bradford County, In 'th- followingdexcrlbed premisessituate School
JW. You Take Is Safe.Don't Mrs. W .R. Kersey last week. Curtis Varnes of Ocala spent fnh 'i.'d: ::;: November Slt. 1A86, .In Bradford County-Florida, issue District bond Number In the aura ThreeHhould of A.Clerk J. THOMAS of Circu'it Court
cause therein lately to-wltr Thirty-four
1\\: Mrs. Carrie Norman has been the week.end with Gus Fountain lending between The Thousand Dollar for I of Bradford County yin
( Federal Land Lot IS and WH of lx>t. IT .in the purpose of enlarging the school '
,'. ill and we all hope that she will and family. J.lank of Columbia, Plaintiff, and T, Woodlawn, being. Section 81, building and installing necessary I ll.15Vt12.13NOTICE

'. Entrust Your soon recover. Remember faceting at Defendant:; flay and, wife the Mary Gay, et al., i Township Five South, Range 22Kant fixture 4herefor, to lie. used by the UK ELFC'i'io'At :
prayer undersigned, who
: containing It acre moreor white children of said district; and a IID.clal m..tln.. ... Ih. n.
wa therein
Pine Level Sunday night appointed a* /Special; less: and. Lois 31 and 88 In t hi* Ttna fH tia vino4ti I v .1._A" ;
every of Public lnilii."tlonf the ;,
Own Master Ci
Your Chancery
.f' or Family's to execute the .such -p'iiiioii-;" ;
.... ..nm., will, on Monday the Sib day aid Section, Township and the fact stated ty of Bradford, State of Flnr
,I; Well Being to Unknown 2) of January 1936, the legal Ranire, known an Woodlawn all said therein and having determined that which special meeting wan hold p
: LONG BRIDGE hour of sale, before nIl'UHou..e Court abbuttlng- road to remain open petition I* signed by more than uant to call, of which all mum

Preparations 1'' [41AMEftICASf Miss ,Nina Whltehead, Cor. to the door highest In, and Stark.beat, Florida bidder'for, sell the to publlo tenement travel,.; hereditament together with, twenty-five who per are cent freeholder of the qualifiedel..ctol'8' residing ent had on personal the 14th notice day of and Nova were",,).p,'
and In Raid Special Tax School DIstrlct .
cash, the followingdescribed landssituate appurtenance thereto 'b.- E>. 1936 the following anomie ut
,"" Bradford ,longing.!! Three and the Issuance proceeding were had lo-wit:
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Whitehead lyingand beingIn
BEFORE you take any prepara Florida '1'. FRANK I NDRUM, of bond a* prayed for there S. U. Crew. a memUiim of
fi' don't know all about, honored his mother Mrs. Mary County. to-wltl A* Special' Master.'" in I I. necessary and that said peti- Board, prevented a resolution
South half of South half of KNIOHT & KNIOHT tion fully compile with the law. It moved
1).1) for the relief of headaches: or the Whitehead on her eventy-second Southeast quarter and Southeast IM, therefore its adoption, which mowa
Attorney Plaintiff
seconded J.
by C.
.t' pains of rheumatism neuritis or birthday with a surprise birthday quarter of Southwest quarter of ll-St-lB-88-19 RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF member of said Board, I'revat
',;:;. neuralgia ask your doctor what he section 281; Northeast. quarter of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION aforesaid discussion. said motion a
.I'i't. thinks about It in comparison dinner Wednesday Nov. 20 at Northeast quarter of Section 83; IN THE riRcriT COURT OB- In Its special meeting held on this fore the said Board and wan thai put

with Genuine Bayer Aspirin. their home. Her four children, and Northwest u&u' orfsfh TIlE HlflHTH ..JCrnVEALelsa;; 14th day of November A. D. 1835, following members voted aye:
tion 24 less half ClIT or VI.ORIDA. IN ANN that It I la expedient and for the s. L. Crew,
.;, We say this because before the twenty-three grand-children and half of Southwest quarter' of FOR BRADFORD COVNTTl IN bent Interest of said Special Tax J. .C. Prevatt aye.aye.

'Ii discovery of Coyer Aspirin most even great grandchildren were Northwest : quarter of Section CHANCKRV. School District Number Three of W.. C. Manning aye.
; 84, all In Township I t South PENINSULA NAVAL, STORES Bradford County Florida that this
whereupon the said resolution
f o-ealled "pain" remedies were advised present for the occasion. Promptly : Hang SO East containing 270 COMPANY Board on behalf of said district do the Chairman of sail Ilourd

r against by physicians as being at 12 o'clock a large dinner acres more or le**, a corporation Inline and sell bond In. the amountof Glared adopted and which wan ret

bad for the stomach; or, often. for GINGER was served out on the lawn. Very with the appurtenance, said sale Plaintiff, Thirty-four Thousand Dollar for tlou I Is in word and figures foiling
.;, the heart. And tbe discovery of to b* mad pursuant to said Decreeto Y. the purpose a* stated In said petition to-wlt:
Bayer Aspirin ALE attractive was the beautiful birthday satisfy the name and costs. U.A. WEEKS *t at, above referred to. WJ1IRR1AS. at a meeting. of
M medical largely changed/ cake with seventy-two pink K. K. FEURYMAN. Defen.iants.NOTICE BB IT FURTHER RESOLVED Board of Public Instruction, for..
,91: practice. kM A* Special" Master In Chancery OF MAfTBR'S SALE | that bond shall lie In the denom- County of Bradford: Stale of F
L;. Countless thousand of people'i' candles on it. lt.29.8t.1at57t' 0 --- Notice l s* h.r.bY'lyen' that under i t Inatlon of On* Thousand Dollar Ida,, held at its office In the Co,
and pursuant to and by virtue of the i each' and hall bear date July let, house In the City of Stark, lli J,
for thu
who have taken present '
Bayer Aspirin veer happy occasion MAHTKH'S 'S4I.H authority vested In the undersignedSpecial 'A. 1>: 1035,'with Interest thereon at ford County' Florida. on the I
in and out without ill effect, hive were: Mr. and Mrs. Sam NOTICE! I* hereby given that un Master by that certain Final I the rate of four per cent per annum, dayof November, A. 1>. 1936, thwa
,it" proved that the medical findings / ,Whltehead and children; Mr. and der' and by virtue of a Final Deere Decree rendered on the 18th day of payable eml-annually on the first prevented a petition .IIIlIod
,, about its safety were correct. of foreclosure mad and rendered October. 1835 In and by the CircuitCourt day of July and January of each more than 30 por cent of the qn
Mrs. Andrew Whitehead and children hy the Honorable H. I.. Sebrlntr. of Bradford County, In. the .yeal, and said bond to become due fled elector who are fine hold
i Remember this: Genuine Bayer ; Mrs. Julia Johns and children Judge of the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit- of. Florida.In and payable a* follow.: two of maid residing within the territory kn>
1, : Aspirin is rated 8U. Judicial Circuit of Chancery. In that certain oauie bond of One Thousand Dollar eachon and designated as Special
'. pet discovered for the reliefof FOR NAVAL, STORKS COMPANY, n said bond of On Thousand Dollar Bradford Florida,
J. Norman and three daughters dated November 7th, 1935, In County prnj
'! headaches and all common pains RNuPS&KIDDIES hat certain cause therein lately corporation.: I in Plaintiff, and R A each on July' 1st of each and every Bald JUoaid to call un :eioctioml; to
\" and safe for the average person Mr. and Mrs. Ben Faulkner and pending' between The Federal Land WEEKS :and I-ARK1N D. WEEKS.: year thereafter until said bond are termlne whether said Special

to take regularly. daughter; Mr. and Mrs. I.. I.. Nor- lank of Columbia: I Plaintiff and '1'. his wife; MtTRLA K. WALT. and ,v. fully paid. Interest School District Number Four:
TOO C. Wllllamn George Tavenner and 1:* WALtj, her husband: MAUD M.ROWNLEF The principal and of said should Issue bond In tha sill
,: You can get real Buyer Aspirin at man; Mr. and Mm. O. M., Falkner wife 'Mr Oeora-e, Tavenner and K. and J. M. BROWM: bond shall be payable at the officeof Seventeen. Thousand Dollars for

.na drug store simply by never and children; Mrs. Tilda Rltch : K .Adkins, Defendant, the under- her husband ALICE JULIA WILSON the Hanover National Bank In purpose of acquiring I a Bite hr,,:
signed. who therein (also known >* DeaWeek* the City of New York and State of a- buildingana providing : net
i\, asking for it by tbe name "aspirin"alone Mrs. C. H. Harvey Mrs. Polly Special Muster wa In Chancery appointeda to Wilson> B. her New York, or at the office of the ary fixture therefor, to be II

1 but always saying BAYER Johns, Miss Estelle Spires Mr. L. execute the name, will, on Monday husband ;a'dJol' H'llfogt.; : said Board of Publlo Instruction for by the whit children of .aldtrlctt

;,: ASPIRIN when you buy. .5 L. Renfroe, Henry Gibson, Drexal' he 6th day of January. 193, during N. DELL and S. T. DELL her husband In Bradford Starke,County Florida., State of Florida I and this Board having: d
the legal hour of *al*. before the WILSON TOOMER FERTIIIZEU considered such petition ana
Lawson and Lowell Yarborough.At Court: House In Stark, Florida sell COMPANY a corporation andUVERSIOR Bill IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat fact stated therein and having
Bayer Aspirin a late hour the guests depart. tn the highest and bt bidder, for HdSPITAL. a corpora- an election be and the same 1* termlned that said petition ,Is .i lg
cash, the followingdescribed lands Ion, are Defendant, the undrlcn- hereby e Idctryfh at the City by more than twenty-five per i
F ed for their respective homes wishing Ituate I lying and being; ; In Bradfordcounty ed Special Master will, on the 2nd Hall I In th Starke In saiddistrict of the qualified electors whofreeholder
Mr. Whitehead more Florida: to-wltl day of December, 1936. between the In. said Bradford County, residing In said Spe I
I mw many hour of 11 o'clock In the fora-noon Florida on the,14th day of D.cemher Tax School District Number Fi,
: happy birthdays.BOATDRAlfiT. NW14 of BIOS of NWM. and and I o'clock In the after-noon at A. D. 1935, to determine whether t.e.n. and that the issuance of l la h.>..
few ---- -- L BEVi of SWU of NWM of Section the south front door of the Courthouse Maid' bond shall be Issued a* prayed for therein. I Ie nee-emu
t It. Township 6 south of of Bradford County Florida .! herein described and that at said and that said petition fully C'"
illI I Range 22 Kast. Containing In the Town of Stark., sell to the election: the question I to be submitted pile with the law, It IN, thereto
: acre, mora or lee*. highest and best bidder for cash the hall.. .be "For bond*" or "Against"BE I RESOLVED BY THIS HCJAKD I
Ii BOREE FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Z. Z. GriffU, CorrespondentRev. I with the appurtenance, Bald sale following described properties, situate *. .. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION aforei-alil
to be mad pursuant to Bald Deere In Bradford IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat this I
fi' FuU line of Caskets & Undertaken Supplies I to satisfy thai-Ham and cost County, Florida its special meeting hell on
,, and Mrs. E3. C. Hogan and to.wltl ther b* appointed the follow day of November A. D 1915 tIt l
"J,,\J AMBULANCE SKRVIOK ft. K.IPHHRVMAN. W\6 of NE". 'E\; of NWM, SWU! lng managers. t,. D. Green, C. J. I* expedient and for the bent
t? DAY AND NIGHT : daughters Irene Marjorie and A* Special' Master In Chancery. of NWU. of Section IS; 8BV4 of NE%, Powell and W. B. Thornton and E. tereet of said Special, Tax !Inch
1; Dorothy Plnholster of Jacksonville ii.iSSt.12.12SPECIaL: of Section 14; In Township 7 South. w.. Hayes a* Clerk, of said election, District Number Fourteen of
53 PHONE 53 Rang 18 Kast. And also IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED ford County Florida that this B".
: were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. MASTRR'S SALVO SWVi of 8KV1 8WJ4.\ 814 of NWU. AND ORDERED that the foregoing on behalf, of said district do Iw
ti' O. H. BENNETT Mp.i Arch Pr.vatt, Sunday.Mr. Notice I* hereby given that under. of Sectlojtjt; SVJ of Lot I, and alt or resolution b* published In the Bradford and sell bond In the amount of Kenteen
i "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" and by virtu- of that certain final Lot 7 of Section a: Lots 1 .a, WYt County Telegraph. a weakly Thousand Dollars for '
and 'lira. Curtlsa Harris of decree of foreclosure and sale entered ,of N4 of Lot 4; 8\6 of Lot 4' Nof newspaper of general circulation purposes a* stated In said petit
by Honorable H. L. Sebrlnir asJudge Lot a. 0' of' Lot I siL of Lot published In .ald' district In Bradford
4 the State Farm were visiting their ca S4 ; *
of the Eighth Judicial Circuitof 10. less IS acres on North !Side! of County Florida and that the EEl 'iVTuRTHER! BH flLV
4: iill brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Florida In and for Bradford Section '1'1| Lot 8 of Block 1, Lot 4 of publication hereof 'b* for th*> periodof that MM bond hall b. In the ;
: f Arnold Orlffls last Sunday and attended County. In chancery In that certain Block S, of Ward cause pending In said I Court wherein rat: I
< the 15th of November A. JUt.
China Church.A er) according to a recorded In day P. lars each and hall bear d..t.h
C. K Btockwell Conservator for !
the Clark' office of Bradford County 19 II. A., D.olU8. with 0
4' large crowd attended, prayer Bank of Starke IIi. a' ".corporation 1* and WK of Fractional Block 5, W. C. MANNING. ..I on at the rate of four per ,."'
at Mrs lAssie Does last plaintiff and 1. Reddish and D..U.R..ddh.h. all of fractional Block II'; Lot 1, 2, 8. [ Chairman of The Board of annum payable ..e01I-annu.lI'
meeting his wife are defendant., 4. 6, 6, T, 11, 13, 14. IS, 15. 17, 18. of Public Instruction for Brad the first day of July a"et January
Announcement Thursday afternoon.Don't ae No. 487 the underpinned Spelal Hock b.lnaIn BS County Florida. each and said bonds to beCO
Al-TE8Tf0rd year
I Master said l'III 0'1nc. :i io't'E
by decree appointed Lots 14, 15, S. .
forget Sunday School every due and payable 'as :
will e.IIi a* by Bald deore direct. In Township South, A. J. QRIFFI3. Thousand Dollars I on July. 1st. A
Sunday afternoon at 8 o'clock. r to n\h ..': bidder orOr".t"hh. ,And also Superintendent for the Boardof Ila9. and 0".. Thousand Dllara
n f of the South donr S. In 8WW of Public Instruction for the tvery J"
All are invited to attend. acre, more or less July l.t of each and
;ounty: Courthouse In- Stark, Bradford gEt4 of Section I : Township Isouth County Bradford, State of there after until said bondS <
.- County Florida during the I.-.. Rang 10 t.it, described a* Florida and *x-offlclo. Secretary fully p.ld.,
aral hour of-nal on Monday December follow: Commencing 450 feet Wept of said Board., of
Ii A new steel has been produced The > tr
Snd 1936 the followlnftr.dcrlbed hi1f'elpSyblelStetH
of corner of dividingline of 8WU 11-15-St-ll-lS | <>
which expands at the rate of glass.It chattel and premises. toii bond .. k
of SWU. and the BKVI of SWU. of8.otion.ofl of the Hanover Nations' 0"-
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i We have the most modern C91d'Storage' costs two dollars a pound and is -: North of right of".al NOTICE 'Or APPLICATION the City of New York and State
u used that portion of 8WV4 of NBVi of A. a R. O. Ry (now rOW TAX OlllmD'I I New York or .t the office of
it -* In making metal radio. tubes. lying North of I-wty" and Lake Railway Company) "- running North (A_.. Bill Id.. 181) said Boerd o. Public In.truc\lon
and Meat Curing Plant in Central Florida-, Butler Public"' Road a* now located no feet West 140 feet, south to Mid 1 NOTICE IS HEREBY OWEN Bradford: ount". /StatS ot Fiori
i; la Station 17, Township right of way of A.' B. R.-. G.- Ry, That Lawtey Turpentine Comp.ny,1 lit Stark.. Florida.
I .uth, R.ns* li, East and (now 8. A. L. Railway) '.n.r..Ino' a corporation holder of Tax Certificates BE IT FUHTHEI\ REIIOLV

:] : with modern: smoke house in connection. : (e dtcattxT containing SO acres more or aid' right of. way East, : : Numbered respectively ISO that b. bVt.tf'.J '
lees; sleet about I acre of land b.ginning. And also lea. 171. 'HI ISt. and 124, '*- I. .rVby"called to ,
with, lngr.di*>nts of,' In the NE corner of BBVi of F4 acre*, mar or less In SWVi of Hued the (lit., ilf July. A. D school house of .
NWt4 of Section ST. Township SWVi. of Section 8. township 7 tIn, has filed *am In my office andab'tu. bron and Rl.lnaon the hill oajl
".. Vicks VapoRob t South, flange It Ha**, being: South Rang 10 East described a* ha application for tax deed Dec.mb.r A.Whit. .' 0. 11311. 10 .
: all of maid l BtSi of NWUt lying follows: Commencing 800 feet Wtt to .. thereon. Said certificates whether said bonds shah b. 151as
; East of the .Public Road leading t SW corner of Lot 10, In Block 7, respectively embraces the fol- herein d..crlbed. situ Ihat
: NO. INCREASE IN PRICES VICKS COUGH DROPNIGHT from Halford and known a* the n Ward City (now Brooker) at 88 lowing described properties In the said election the qu"Ilou bondS"to
J Buck LahLRoad rontalnln corner of Stephen land on right of County of Bradford, State of Flor submitted .hall b. "Fur
eWe acre more V or les*. Together I way of A. S. K. O. Railway, (nowS. Ida. towlttCertificate "Against bonds."
'with the tenements hereditament A. L. Railway Co.) and running No. 150,, .mbr."e..JIIE\4 iT IS FURTHER RI8I1VE'I '
and appurtenanoee. thereto forth 8(0' feet more or .lea. West of NEy\ EH of NWU of NRVi et there b.-apIolnt"d the folioS
S. belonging. 250 ft, more or less, south to said E% of NW* of NWM of NBNWU % aof W\4, managers: .t Vanderi.ili. S. .

j Specialize In Sugar Cured Meats Alaoi On.old cream colored mar, r ;.r,1.: thence pt*: ot\.n.'ftnr\; : NW\4\ of NEd of NW" E34 01 .h..'!, L. I. Norman, t.ndkI.;
years ci.,weight loo pound way to ; of NWV1 2 SWV4 of 1 NW Ex Reafroe. A. T. Crews 55Hellbron
bought of W. Hasen. IS bead and also tip A. In SB Cor :WH of BWfe lit. D. Orsen Iit
of took cattle, one of said cat- A fourth equal division according; SRV' of SWU A 8E% of In.. and I. '1'. Moore, an.1. MiitthRhodsfl
; WE INVITE YOUR INSP CTIONGAINESVILLE tie marked crop and vnder-blt tn the Oor.rnm.nt survey of MWUf NW%, A NWM of filW"'N' SWM, aa Clerk;. at JU"lnl/'oH.
In one ear ana round bole in th*. NBV4, of Section 11. In Township 844 of NE'4 nf \ ether and the other o' the laid S i South Rang It East, mor particularly of 8KVi A NWU of SEH WH of Cnn.. and C A. CrosbY. 5. CI.rk
.cattle being unmarked together'with dcrlbd a. follow*: Commenolng SWU of I
JIB'4 of 8EV4 Section 21, said ..1.ctlon.u__
the Inerea* of said cattle at the NW corner of the i"""--
Township l South, Rang 22 East 19 FORTH
from.. ami sloe*,th* lath day of_ IW VI of NEV4. of Section 1!. Town- :and containing 145 Acre. I mnro.nr__ AND ORDERED that the r..rrn
Mf Dr
[ ICE &. : --'. tAU' .hip S 80utll.Ran..* 88 Bait and II.... ---' on -- resolution be published In tht...
' 1C. FERRYMAN, running thence East 3* 8-8 rod. certificate No. U* embraces ford County Telegrapn.' a .;, ,!
: a As Special, laatu. more or less, thneo touth (0 rod" NWU of BWV! .ofeV NEIL newspaper of _""."' Hpublished I
;, I'B.a lCtICIH'r more or less, thence wept 8* 34 I NE of NW!. W of In Bradford Connu?
f.,, Plaintiff.; 1
) rods. more or 1***.. thence north. COod NR1 of NWI4 A NW\Io\ 'If 8Elor Ida, there being no paper publhl,pist
*. more or I***. And also NW SH of 11 Vi of ilWU 1 In Mid Special' Tax ttch<>'t
A one-fourth equal division acovdlng -r NW 14 of wu oV iiI and that U.odP
NKH I'IWI4 Number Fourteen
ePIVVIAi ......Tllla.. SALS .
: Notieo I* bevaby given that under) he. to 8WV4 Oovrnment of of surrey said Sec-of IIIW" *> SWU of 8EU- of W'H, .K lloatlon hereof b* for the"IIanln.tll. .
COo NEK. 9BSBJt% of NEU of weeks
I SWU NW of suece.stVe "
STORAGE % four
I and by virtu of A-
that certain
of foreclosure and sale Ion 31, lying directly east of the 8W'H of 8BU RWH\ Of NW of "15tb d.y of November
*nrd above described tract and of theme a .
NEU of NWU of SE a W34 "*'
t. by Ilonarabl A. Z. Adkln .
a dimension and ar. b.lng the of NE14\ of 8BM of Section Sf Townl W. C. MANNINO.

; "Phone. 1067' '1201 N.;Grove St; Judge Ilahth! of JudlcUl-Circuit>"vCircuit Court of Florida of the In' Johns same ,property a* Special conveyed Maiter,by to K. the M. taming hip C South lie Acres Rangell more :::.1...*con. Public Chairman Instruction of Th for floerd)Jr,

and for Bradford County,- In chaa-
: American Trust Company, a corportlon. in I'lorlll'' '"
CertlflcatjJIo. embraces. N% ford CountyATTESTn
e.17'. In that certain cause pending a. Administrator of the Km- of W.
Gainesville Florida In Mid l Court wherein J. J. Phillip; tat. of O. F. Markllll. deceased *- of NW14 of NBH! and B14 of
& ; NWU of NEIt.Js: 100 ft B A w' by A. ... GRIFFIS.I .
plaintiff and ,A. 0. Harris et al dated Juno 4th 117 and recorded In 1020 ft N tf E side I for theof B are defendant, the undersigned Dd Boon No. 21. pace 121. of the on su A In I aUl8rlnt..d.nt'
; Special Master by said decree a1>- iubllo ...,0....' of, Bradford County, 834 SW of cog' of 8"\4\ 6f NR1\1o nf NJl:14.,. a I Public Instruction (s.'s
Debited will Mil to th. highest bldr lorlda. And also .. NW" ot-5W14 o'KEIt. 411\4, County of Bradford 5ecretary .
coils wmIQuT-DoHI de for c.....' .In front of the South EH of NBV of 6E". ef'Boetlon .fBWIo of NE'4 NII% 0' I Florida, and .._fflclo,
NW14, a 8J1:
door of. the County Court.Hous In 11! Ux.Townahlp S South, Rang 31 -- Or,8E .of al'\'o"NW'* a I of said Board.,
KW14. *.ot NWI4 K* of U.IW'-U

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II THE ONE_. _,._ __ ...s:==. ---- STAnK} FLORIDA. _li'lunivnl""lI.n..u_,,&'u ..V' .............. "2O_ .loss -- NUMIJEK TWELVE
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" [EDITORIALS Meet The Seniors SCHOOL DAYS Chapel Program Ninth In Charge 'Of

._ By DWIG School Chapel
\ --- ------- Last week, you remember, w< Given Wednesday

V, ,. Bed Intres Ol, told you about that little Whit -

\ ;II."..--0.. to Iho girt and about the boy from Georgia The chapel program waa enjoyed The ninth grade had charge Of

V FOItD IIIGH SCn00Piitronn who had no bad habits This by all laat Wednesday evening. and presented a very interesting

,..u> Alumna week we shall elucidate about Mist OH "'K CtS'. 't'1> "'''I ''' It was a. Thanksgiving program. and amu>>ing chapel program last

'" and Virginia Wiggins of Keystone A<; 5C.9; '9JSe \ Each room contributed a. number, Friday morning

I ---- Heights and Williams Edwards. they were as follows: After a brief devotional, the assembly I
\I 't'I'-'Gi\Ht\TI M, -+,"t Ddl'4ttUoNOIHe. I
STAFF Jennie Mae Wiggins drew hex First was the Scripture Read- sang the "Anvil Chorus',

\ 1 *DlTOKlAL A. W., first breath on March 3, 1918 and "'t'e '" S'M Ing by Mlsa Mlddleton's room. and "Santa Lucia" under the able

V, .....1II.Chlet----- AndJer- she baa been drawing ever since,, p.( 6 5,"", "",, .",,,TraAlS \& M....f. waa- n no.r ....'. "Let ITa Give direction of 1>lr.., Wall. .

,JHEditor. ____Dorothy White except she now draws on paper Att5 S\lt'lne 1\e\ Thanks." by ii;;. Perkins' room. A skit.Tending th. Baoy" waanext.

r < ? Marjorie Marwlck and her Dad'a bank account \ a Mrs. Anderson's room gave a It was well given and very
EJIto 'fe.L.Lt<. kIWt. : delighted by Lena Laven<101r. Dorta
LoP ___Hugh WaltersiSwitor She was born In the little village : 5 T"1" I reading. They were funny.

, _--Alice Royester of Green Cove Springs and \\t. ( o S1iU. tu. Sf'"T ,tf a. very appropriate number by Strickland, Seeber Moody were the
Next wua
r __.Marie. Thede 'moved Mrs Beaatay'a room. players.A .
Editor ___ later to Keystone Heightswheer
\& ', t"AH T a reading on Thanksgiving by Mra.Dowling'a very beautiful number by the
& ) Williams room. The next number special chorus of the Glee Club entitled
______ She is
seventeen years waa a Thanksgiving number "The Lord la My Shepherd"followed.

V I young, and weighs but ninety- by Mr. Beaaleys room. Mrs. Wall's .

..1 --- three pounds. ., room presented a Thanksgiving aklt' Home of Mrs.Bodkins. .
SVMPATIIViMtp Another "The
, ; Virginia dislikes having to take song. Mrs Howard's room gave
with the "
\ sympathize was next and very good(
>pi Geometry I a second time and an appropriate number which waa
Jaw Now EthiopIa ts much It was presented by: Mildred War
II ** hates conceited people. She Is' fond enjoyed by all. Mrs Long's room
doesn't I
ihftn Italy and ren, Oliver Hutto, Dorothy Supp,
of living In Clay however which wall followed by
1I\IlJeD1I1Ch chance for auccesa. : ; gave song Alma Murrhce, Seeber Moody,
and likes Louis Davis. Mra. Carpenter's home room num-
I : would like to see the i O. Pr Hutto( waa the next nurn-
people Her bad habits are not studying bor, a Thanksgiving number
out in the lead. When : ber, and favored the audience with
ucrcome enough and chewing on chewing with a
We were delighted pun-
feel or Innrevery .
lose we often sorry I. a violin solo, and a vocal renditionof
11I1 gum. tomlne representing Mrs. Demor- "
I Her ambition is to- settle down ust's room. The name of It waa, "Chasing
those Two talks by two junlora followed
there are
school '
and make a home. "The First Thanksglvlngr" written
I Grace A r wood lectured on
best that :
, ItIO can't sCrord Next we come to Mr.: Edwar , students "The Significant Value of Personality
d We high school Some call him Bill, some Mitch wero aa follows: Puritan Women; "
\ with them and Rosa Mae Rowe told
1 d gympathlze and some nothing at all, but for Betty Green Gulldu Marie Thede
to Build Personality.
"How a Pleasing
" .I'fItly' Small children haven'tdlftlopcd the sake of peace and tranqulllty Lillian Moueley Elaine Wynn. ." Both were very good.
of sympathy.
the sense we shall compromise and call him Puritan Mem W. T. Weeks, Raymond
The'Glee Club 'special chorus
who la laughed
Irttenapoor child
. William ,
' Plummer, William Edwards and "Now the
back Day
came sang
|II i or mocked will have a feeling William was born in our fair Indiana; Alice Royster, Julia. Ti- Is Over," very beautifully.

Inferiority( which will go through ctt yon February 28, 1917, and has ann, Allle Mae MannIng Mary Rev. L. O. Sheffield Chaplain of

II tfi with him. lived here since then. William dislikes Wtgglna.Willlajn. I the Florida State Farm, made a

I 1 We high school students In all studying and English, and Penn: Hugh Walters. ahort talk that gave a bird's eye

JAM years should have malntitted likes bunting and athletics. Small Puritan Children: Oviedo view of what Florida la doing for I

,I a sense of sympathy, Each Among his bad habits are those Thomas,.II. B. Alford, Elbert Earl her convlcta. He aald that strong ,

l udmt should
" cblDce of leadership. It I Is possible fast, seventy means nothing to The Scene! An old oak tree In leading cauaea of men getting Into

In carry the underdog-Idea to fool- William. the yard. William Penn la standing the penitentiary ,

lit/! extremes Every unfortunate William wants to be an aviator at the- head of the table and He further stated that they tried

lixsn't deserve a victory. We when he "grows up." Even now the fcod la blessed. (AH bow their to make life "normal" for the

could pick those who are efficient he's a good butcher so he may heads.) prisoners, by proper schooling

lad teem to want to become sometitag make a. living la that way. William The-program Wall in charge of work and piny,. .,

" and then help them all we has a peculiarity, that of lisp .. Mr. Gray. .- .".-

Inn.I ing. B. H. S. Teams Lose Interesting Notes B. H. S. Book ClubOrganized v .. The Royal banner of Spain was
with the first to Flor! ,
la well to sympathize THOUGHTS FOR TUB WEEK flag wave over

(box who have failed or ,commlt- Elementary Chapel Basketball Games Friday Ida
of Miss Lily'sroom -
Ralph Goodge,
Ikl a crime.I The discontented man flnda. no + *

Wi should never be harsh or Elementary Chapel last Thurs Both the girls and the boys has unfortunately broken a The Bradford' High Book Club easy chair, Orlando baa forty-five churches

Imiel to certain types of law vlolalltn. day was composed mostly of musical played their first basketball game l leg, but la on the' road to recov held Its meeting of organization in One today la worth two tomor representing all the leading donominations. -

I Sympathy with a man who numbers. It opened with the of the season at Hawthorne last Mrs. T. T. Long's room laat Fri rows. .

takes It his business to kill an In- Lord's Prayer, Flag Salute, and Friday night on Hawthorne's fine ery.Miss Edwards room has a new day at 12 o'clock and elected officers Little atrokea fell (great oaks..
|ment citizen Is somethingelse.. lighted court People who try to get what belong
"The Morning Prayer, a uong.
Alice Hudson.
pupil, discussed problems and set
I Trying to bring about harmony, Next were the songs, "The The boys played a fine, hard and to others are apt to lose

Itappinesa and unity will not be re- Smallest Children Know," "On clean game with the wary excrlenced Mrs Hart'a room haa eight new the date of the next meeting what they gain.

|fretted by anyone. The finest ward Christian Soldiers," "Jingle > Hawthorne team and, books for Its library Book Club Offlceras People very often pretend to dislikes

Menhlp In the world la that Bells," and a song by both fifth because they haven't had much Jlmmle Godwin Is absent from President: Marjorie Marwlck things that they are not able

Irtlch Is dedicated to the interests grades entitled "Bob White." practice, did very, very good to school with tllnesa.Mra. ((12th) to. get GaIF ..' ........

I at those who need friendship'andPATTY'S Following was a reading by even make the good showing they I Beasley, 'typing teacher, ...._ J......
Vice-Presldent: ;Dorothy White NAME I'UZZLK. I. ......... f.
the fifth did. held Hawthorne even
1eIp., Dorothy Pranette of They haa a new methotx of inspiration
I t: grade entitled "When the Minis for the first half, the score at the for her typing. If you can, be sure ((12th) :.I._ : ':.

AUNT HETTY,. ter Comes." It gave the audience i half being 9 to 9-and the final to go In and see It- .and she'll be Secretary; Virginia< F u (g ate My first not'In'la in, JUDQK ....... _I.r._._.1.....'

","Why, oh, why do all bad things quite a laugh score being 27 to 15: favoring glad to explain It to you. (llth) But COURT ....rrna-.
second IB la FUN
Upptn! at one time 7"- walled Pat- Sara Barefoot of the fifth grade .Hawthorne. Treasurer:' Al Kay Carlisle My ,

tjr,holding a blue silk dresa Up by presented a piano solo which was 1 1I The opening line-up: guards; Cooperative Gov't. (llth) My But third not'la In in SPORT ADD
(to thoulders. "Here AuntHetty very nicely played called "The Dan and Wlnfred Hazen. Reporter; A.W. Anderson ((12th)
But not In BUM.
ku to come, of all times, today Plantation Dance." Forwards: Randolph Quarles and Meets Thursday The Book Club will meet every My fourth la In YODLK.

will my party tomorrow night. Of In conclusion Rev B. M. Mont I Olen Bedenbaugh. other Wednesday, the laat period But not In HUH 1

eoine I feel sorry for her and all gomery of the Methodist Church For the first time In two weeka, The membership fee la twenty five
Center Albert Crosby. I apell the name of a claas pres
1Ut t< but I just know she's fussy made a brief but very interesting : the Student Government'met, last cents. It la theaim of the Book .
Substitutions Guards John To- ident.
fed particular and we'll have to ben talk on Education, telling of its : ; Friday, the fourth period In Mra. Club to arouse greater reading Interest
Edward elsewhere this ),
rode L. O. Jones and Bag (Answer on
careful to behave just right. Ev- value use and other virtues.In Miriam Carpenter's room. In our school, and to Improve .. '
well. Forwards Wynn; '
wjwe will have to go home at the conclusion, Mr. Gray announced Center Lucian Alvarez.; The president being'!t absent, the the library by purchasing books Answer to Name Pmzla
proper time. And now rve torn campaign; I and magazines that are needed.
a. paper 'pick up" vice-prealdent, Ethel Packham Lois Judd Junior President.
ay best dress and haven't another that report cards would be given I Randolph Quarles did some brilliant pre lded. The meeting was called So far the club haa about thirty -----------

decent one to wear Oh, Jenny, out Wednesday, and that the bas forward work and L. O. to order, the minutes were read members, More are wanted If

that will I do? everything la all ketball team was sponsoring a Jones and John Torode, noir-expe- by secretary, Frances Peek and you are a high school student e

foiled! !" Two large teara rolled show. rlenced, surprised everyone with approved and the treasurer. Clara come on and Join .We promise ,

mreatrained down her face toward their good playing Flume, reported no funds In the you a good time because we're 1 For Expert Repairing

I the corner of her mouth.I .-, Jokes We feel sure that the boys, with treasury. planning on having( a good'social /

'"Why what's the matter, child?" the experience and practice that Reports from about one-half of every month and we shall dlacusa

I'Tw' bright heads flew up in ur- his dally they now have, will win the next the committees were read, and Interesting books..
I prtoed Doctor Phillips, going which will\ be played with .
consternation "How game then Mr. Gray made a fine talk
the hospital: Smith's
rounds through Sanderson next Fri Garage
'"I-I didn't know you 'w re deaths thIs morning nurse?" Sanderson which, being rather, long, forced Society :
there! Aunt Hetty ''iwell: youI many day at 3:30: p. m. the meeting to adjourn before all -

"*- Nine. The girls had better lucx on the were given because the majority '
didn't know- Though I left medicine for ten? reports Mary Sue Mott spent the'week .
,twtly confused Patty'decided to '"Yes but one refused to take final score. They held the tried of the court attendants were end In Lakeland with relatives. Phone 120

Booth It out aa best'she could and tested Hawthorne team to a Interested In the Book Club which Vonda Inman spent Friday In
"Iut! look) and I haven't another 14-15 game. was to meet at thla time. Ocala Wrecker Service, Day or Night

to wear You see rm having Raymond Plummer: (entering The team played on a two division The next meeting will be held Rudolph Andrewa spent Sunday ,

Party tomorrow night, -Every"Jy barber-shop) : "I should like to court and they had had. but next Thursday, the fifth period.. at Kisalmmee., ..
is of practice, Coach Gray ..
already Invited.1'She held have mustache dyed. two days -----
my was-1
GIlt the torn dress Polite Barber: "Certainly: did said. ;

1"Ts, and It's too late to get an- you bring It with you?" The team was Lillian as Moseley follows:, Ethel 1936 Master De Luxe and Standard.Chevrolets are Replete with New Features 'mi.$Mw'

lIIber> If she had the money" put Forwards: $

>Jenny, Patty's closest friend and "Pa, la It right to call a man Packham, and Eunice Williams.

Wflilante. "We've Just got to born In Poland a Pole?" Guards: Marjorie Marwlck (cap
"Jure out child." tain), Skeet Tyson, and Lois Judd. + ,
to do.
something my '
course '" .
Beatrice ;'?' :' '1'" !;:
[, wait a minute!I"' commanded "Well, then, If a man isj>orn In The substitutes were: ": "-
", forward and guard), .C-.Cu' :
( _
fwnt Hetty leaving, the room Holland, la he a hole? ,
forward), and Ruby
Smith (
fIIckly. Doshla
I- After a few' momenta, -
""eh seemed hoursahe returned, "Say Hugh there's a man arrested Dampier (guard). -, .< ,
Ethel Packham surprised everyone / ,
tarrying a large Hat pasteboard lust now!
... elf--by the brilliant
.. and her
"Now -
let's' b4t ,,
eewith what can VWhat for did
Able" for a she did, and Doshla ,-
"Why.-for chasing a cow vlaying forwarding, ,
oh's and ah'a of ''breath- milkshake.;' ,;' some- very .effective Marjorie Marwlck,
INs mention
not to
Wonder the glrla atared aa .
Aont Httty lifted out folds of IIKALTII who Is well known for her skillful 0-

rfnjncry allk and) lace amelllng IIealtl1Is- one of the most Important playing from last year. and

hfUy| of moth balla. factors to- a succesf, happy, We feel proud of our girls I
lead Sanderson
:; "ere.. put this on. There now." and long life feel sure they will

"Why it's lovely, and It ha that Good health, both mental and next week. __
wocn of old fashioned dalntmesa physical la largely a. matter of _

t Is so stylish"* Jenny ex- training. SInce the things learn Science Students '
*J later
lIIed delightedly., ed In youth tend* to- Influence Go To State Farm

n' But of course I can't wear U. life, it U obviously worth while

a too beautiful." Patty gazed learn good health habits when '
It iw once learned, A group of thirty-one people, II
reflectio nln the .long mlr- young. For these, Mr. ]
ror. > be continued dally without composed of Mrs. 'itiSfiJ
,"Certainly you can wear It. It much effort, while bad health Gray the political Science to the

7 j adding' dteaa. With hablta'acquired' early in life are and a few others Journeyed Ad-

:v ...t..r."ns.. u will <*t ;you Pr' very hard to overcome.A State Prison Farm aboard Tuesday Mr.
htu last
healthy person geta along better kins' school bus

"h, Aunt Hetty., you're a darl- with other people and is more morning. .
and arrived
at 8.3:
'.. I'U "love you *" long ** able to enjoy llf*. You will feldom They left here twenty
," ,> Cried with good at the destination about
Patty throwing herJ finds a pesaimlat

J:: around,the little' old,. ladajn So, If we must want practice to have the health good mInutes They were later.shown over the pruon
health we.
>e next all know but that by the officials and had things
night at the party; con52 rules that we saw every
of disregarded.By clearly explained. They
many admiring tance- are so often dishwashers -
sblt la1ew were caused by M: M. thing, from the' automatic -
to the prison
I MmMHetty. generoua:heart and .- .
1-' The return trip waa made at 13
i fingers. NEXT WEEK. DEC
: ahe added- her- arrived ,
Ie" Clrla Glee o'clock and the pUgrlma
and ni December
,""re an old never, never" think Monday. Glee Club. borne Just hi time for lunch. New Matter De Luxe and Standard Chevrolcta for 193eJ ahow marked Either Knve-Actloa or eooveutlonal sprlnelna; may be had la the Mater
fogy. again. Club; Boy B Elementary Everyone expreaaed hie pleasure advance*la appearance and la Fwfectedhjrdraullabrake.hl: model The ilhutrationa tbowt Top left the Mxtrr- D* Luxe portsatUn. <

.ByP>R. Thursday December Government. and Interest In the trip most enthusiastically I comprcMioa' engine*with fuO-lcncth water Jacket and balanced earbur tioei whb built-ta trunk} top rifht, the re-etyled,dxply-' Chapel; Student and all are looking mmaom. the mechanical Improvement*. The eolld steel Turret Top PUier grill, uaad on all modelI lower left tbe (Irople arrangement of ChevrolcTa
\VCEKUT. ,December 6 High are D Luxe model hydraulic brakaa. aJ aaodcls and, lover rlf>t, a Standard Mdaa.r
I 'rbe MOTTO Friday Game forward to more such trip In the IIodF Ie __ oaed OBI the tXandard M well a* the Matter perfected } .. /
one who M ucceaaful w' the School Chapel; Basketball !'"
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And Bunco Inman-Pannell : \
; Benefit Bridge
In- Fruit Cake Recipe Thanksgiving being the subject -Two
Party At Woman's Club The following account of the Appropriate for Season Bible study chosen: for the Tues- and thirty-five persons Were hUnt!

man-Pannell wedding, which was day evening it was fitting that the benefactors as the Florida
Last evening the Worn Par,
Friday Fruit Cake
solemnized last "Sunday In Ash- Georgia State illustration used should be the one Board ended its annual
lit '5ocictj' an's Club House was the scene of following recipe for the "Christ
bridge and bunco burn, Ga., was taken from the The thing uppermost in many minds at clemency" session. For fltly-se '
a delightful Cake was
State Fruit
Georgia others of
Cordele Dispatchpaper published this fleason-namely, A Turkey; the 883 pleading
the finance for
party, sponsored by Mrs A. H. Johns. This '
commltee of the club, with the in the home town of the bride. given by will weigh however, this was only to teach a lency there still Was hope ?
] boa "Miss Llllah Pannell, of this city, cake when rather important lesson. board passed their cases
members for
; executive board as and Mr. P. S. Ihman, of Starke, fourteen pound and costa approximately vestlgatlon. But
j' Epworth League Had Mrs. A. H. Green tesses for this occasion. $2.25- Beginning with the first Thanks- tlons 89! supple
club house Fla., were quietly married Sunday, in America the leader a deaf ear Was turned
i The two rooms of the giving d
Honored On Birthday candled cherries
I 1 lb.
Social Tuesday Night Ga. ing the
iI Nov. 18th, In Ashburn, three-day
I where the players assembled were 2 Ibs. raisins shows that the day was born of meeting,
Tuesday night Misses Barbara, Monday evening, November 23, artistically decorated with fall I "The ceremony was performedby 2 Iba. currants privation and suffering among the i MACHINES- -

Mary, and Jacqueline Hoke were Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green entertained -I' flowers There were placed in the Judge Hancock, ordinary of :2 lb. of figs or'datea Pilgrim Fathers, which created a OCALA IN PL.UF
''i. In their home in honor of spacious reception room eleven tables Turner county, in the presence ofa Ib. citron desire to thank and praise God Big amines' I?
Senior Epworth
hostesses to a moving Into
Mr. Green's mother, Mrs. A. H. for bridge and in the sun parlor few clone friends. 1 lb. I for the few who were spared and place on the lines
; League social at their home. Green who celebrated her sixty. five tables for bunco. "The marriage of this young 1 lb. blanched pecans almonds the simple blessings tney enjoyed.The the Florida the ship canal 118;'

J This was not the regular business fourth birthday.The After the scores for both bridge couple culminated a short romance, 3-4 lb. butter II teaching of the Bible on giving among Marlon sandy hills In south

y and social affair. There was party came as a complete and bunco were added prizes were and Is of cordial interest to many 1 Ib. medium brown sugar thanks and for what one is to the United County States by the engi,1Wl)
f no business to be discussed, so the surprise to Mrs. Green. When she awarded to the following: Bridge: friends here and In Florida. 1 lb. flour be thankful is plainly taught and loads and train army By c
:.J evening was spent In games and received first I was well brought out in the scripture loads, giant eat,,)
entered the home the guests were Mrs. O. L Beasley "The bride la the second daughter 1 doz. eggs moving devices of
.) other forms of amusement. and for ladles, and Junior McDonald and the references by those taking modern, ,
singing "Happy Birthday" prize of Mrs. Mary Pannell 2 teaspoons nutmeg of steel, electricity
r i The hostesses served refreshments showering her with lovely gifts. was awarded high prize late Mr. Preston Pannell of Cor- *2 teaspoons cinnamon part in the study. Important combustion engines and intern

iN of hot chocolate ana crackers During the evening the hostess for men; In bunco, Mrs. N. D. I dele and Is of striking brunette 1 teaspoon cloves ;.among the admonitions were the Ing at rail points. are now am,
:Ii to their guests, who were: served her guests a delicious Wainwright, Jr., received high type. At the time of her marriage 1 teaspoon soda ones to give thanks for Christ and
;Ii :Aliases Ernestine Andrews, Clara chicken dinner. In the center of prize for ladies and,Joe Edwards, she was a popular member of 2 teaspoons baking powder for all Christian lives: 1st Tim. 1-2 -whole families-Walking
-% Lettle and Marie McGee, Ruby I the dining table on a Venetian lace Jr., received high prize for men. the Senior class of the Cordele 1 cup molasses and Col. 134.: miles to attend these studies aon

"t ., cloth was placed the huge birthdaycake Ladles prizes were lovely linen refreshment High' School. She possesses 1 wine glass of wine or fruit It Is inspirational to see people 12t32.r : Jo
I which was tastefully decorated sets and prizes for the charming personality which endears juice

: THEATREI In pink and green, other decorations men were flashlights. her to friends wherever she I Method: cream the butter and
RITZ in the home were in a Yule During the evening the cause of goes. sugar, add eggs well beaten. FUNERAL DIRECTOR
motif. much entertainment was "cake "The groom Is'the son of Mrs. Then add flour with baking
.. .. ..
STARKE! ..u... My Many Years Experience Makes It
1: mere for 1\le
Present with Mr. Green were walking. were six Vonda Inman, and the late George powder and spices aifted to Bender
her' children and grandchildrenand clous cakes to be given away to Marlon Inmon of Starke Fla He through it. Dissolve soda in EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
1 PROGRAMBEGINNING also Invited to enjoy this affair the lucky winners and the music was graduated from Bradford High very little boiling water and add MODERATE PRICES
FRIDAY* were: Mr and Mrs. C. L. for this contest was furnished by School in Starke, in 1932, and during to molasses stir this and wine I Starke, Florida
/ Stockwell and children Mr. and Mrs K. G. Duncan. The cakes 1933.34 attended Oglethorpe (or fruit juice) in thoroughly. DeWITT C. JONES
:z' TIIUR8.-FRI. NOV. 28 & 29 Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter, were awarded to the following: University where he was a member Roll fruit and nuts in one extra

,f "ALICE ADAMS" Sara, Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly, of Hallie Jones Mrs. N. D. Wainwright of the school's varsity football cup of flour and mix well together I -

j1,-),' Kathryn Hepburn Highland and Mrs. L. E. Moseley. Jr., Mrs H. C. Ritch, Mrs team. Mr. Inman is now field Line pan with oiled
'; Fred MAcMurray h Sam Anderson, Miss Hazel Mid- manager for the Curtis Publishing paper and bake two hours In a ION

7t Fred Stone U. D. C. to Meet WednesdayThe dleton and Miss Ruth Steinberg. Company with headquarters in very slow oven. I A Fine Flour for General Fondly t'se
'P" The cakes for this occasion were Jacksonville. He la a young bus- Mrs. A. H. Johns
{, SATURDAY, NOV. 80th. W. T. Weeks Chapter, Unit donated by the following ladies: mesa man of sterling qualities."For D PLAIN OR.SELF-RISING
1-;'; 'COYOTE TRAILS'Tom ed Daughters of the Confederacy, Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. T. J. Griffin the present, Mr. and Mra.
J k Tyler will meet Wednesday afternoon Mrs. J. H. Bitch, Mrs. W. E. Inman will reside in Tltton.i Miss Cady Entertains
:It.' Silly Symphony and Serial December 4, at three-thirty o'clockat Middleton, Mrs. L. G. Powell, and i "Friends of the young couple With Bunco FLOUR
,' the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Miss Lucile MitchellRefreshments wish for them 'all happiness and
SUN.-MON., DEO. 1-Z Miss Beverly Cady was hostess
Davis. of appetizing success In their wedded life.
\,r Every Night at Eight variety of pies and hot an coffee were Saturday night at a bunco partyat iBAUSSa'o 8-lbll. Sic. 1-lbllo 8k. 2.a.lb. Sk. 48-lb.

=,;;g r George France Raft. Longford-Alice Faye Circles Will Meet Monday served freshments by the were hostesses.furnished The by the re- W. M. U. Notice The her room home where at KIngsley the players Lake.sat WHEREECONOMYRuLES 25c'47c 89c $1.73

tj.; NEWS & COMEDY! Circles of the Woman's Mission members of the executive board. The Circles of the Woman's Missionary was tastefully decorated in a
ary Society of the Methodist Union ,of the Baptist Thanksgiving fin o t if, featuring
!' TUES.-WED., DEO. 3-4 The proceeds from this benefit I Sun Flowers. Tallies MARY ANN-oLD FASHION ROCK GROUND
Church will meet Monday afternoon Church will me Monday, December -
y "The Last Outpost"Cary at three o'clock. Circle totaled $25. This is the largest sum 2.Circle. used were also In a Thanksgiving
MEAL 5 Lbs.
A Grunt-Claude Kalna Number One will be entertainedby that has been received from one of I Number-One, Mra. J. M. design. lOc

': Gertrude Michael Mrs. J. H. Ritch. Circle Num- these parties, and the finance com- Brownlee, leader, will be entertained Miss Hazel Adklns, holder .of -- --- --- ------. ------
t""' THUR .-FRI., DEO. 5-6 ber Two will meet at the home of mittee members wish to express by Mrs. E. L. Biggs at her home high score for ladles, received as DROMEDARY
!it' Mrs..Titus Olson, with Mrs. Olson their thanks for the splendid cooperation -. at 3 o'clock. high prize linen handkerchiefs, and
;.t... "Hooray For Love"Gene and Mrs. L. D. Green as hostesses. received from everyone. Circle Number Two, Mrs. L. G. Sam Alvarez, holder of high score CRANBERRY SAUCE Can 14e
o Raymond-Ann Sothern These parties furnish lively enter- Powell, leader, will be entertainedat for men, was presented a gift. _
r.'J Bill Robinson tainment. It Is the desire of those ---- -- r
'f1 Dampier,' Katie'' and Virginia Fu- participating In 'these entertainments the home of Mrs. L. F. Dinkinsat The hostess served her guests DROMEDARY GINGER
CASH NITE WED. Elizabeth 3:30: o'clock, with Mrs. Oscar with hot and
EVERY gate,. Holllngaworth, frequently dainty sandwiches tea
held -
that they be more
"f i NEHDAY. Those attending Dorothy Claire Klckllter, Dorothy Andreu as co-hostess. chocolate cake. BREAD MIX 14-0z.pkg.- 19c
.J how r for Number Three Mrs. W '
Tuesday are eligible White, and Vonda Inman, William Circle Those Invited to attend were:
j,;?; priM by leaving their name Alexander leader will be
,.Edwards, A. W. Anderson, Elmo B. erertalned Misses Hazel Adkins, Annie Mae -- --
w with cashier Christmas Party
\" Struth, John Inman, James Hair, at the home of the leaderat Pearce, Kitty Hogsed, Georgia .A 11& P WIIlTE CROSBY
,!(.r and Rev. B. M. Montgomery. Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Mrs.B. 3 o'clock. Katherine Haynes, Lula Redgraveand

''''II'), M. Montgomery will entertain The Lottie Moon Week of Prayer and- Hallie Jones, Louie Hill, James CORN No. 2 Can lOc
will be observed
Woman's Missionary Tuesday
both circles of the Dennis, Freddie Hawks, and Sam
Y fj i Society of the Methodist Thursday afternoon and Wednesday Alvarez.G. _

R Church at a Christmas party on evening at the church. A &I; P FANCY TUB OR PRINT
i1 House Frocks Tuesday afternoon, December 17, .
, Godwin were shopping in Jacksonville -
at Mrs. Middleton's residenceGifts LAWTEYO. Monday., BUTTER Lb. 35e

; will be exchanged by the J. Pfcllll.WCo' r...,.....t .
MANY society members and an appropriate Mrs. G. W. Roberta'was.shopping WHOLE.MILK. _
.' will be Last Week in Jacksonville,Friday.A. .
'f" program
r .tr NOVEL given. City Clerk O. 3, Phillips announced H. and H C. Harley were CHEESE Lb. Zle
" .. that this was the last week business visitors to Starke Tues
' STYLES that Lawtey property 'owners TRY THE NEW

ri.t X E. S. NoticeThe would be allowed a discount of day.Rev.. G. E. Cutshaw filled his

r ?: regular meeting of the two per cent on their 1933: city of regular appointment at Hamptonand NUCOARNELb.. 20e.
$ Lawtey taxes. Beginning December Theressa Sunday.
98c Eastern Star will be heldMonday,
1 there will be a discount of Mrs. Lucille Beck spent the '
" December 2, at the Masonic Hall.
iy' There will also be the annual elec- one percent that month.allowed for all paid week-end atives. in Jacksonville with rel- NUTLEY Lb. 17e
tion of officers. All members are
cr-- Mrs O. J. Phillips and Miss Deb. WILSON'S
to be ,
urged present
3? Road Department OfficeA >le Phillips were shopping In Jack-
, ; -+ representative of the State sonville Saturday. CHILE BRICK Lb. 25c
Sanford, chief city of Seminole Road Department was here Tuesday -' Mrs. J. H.. Moore and Mrs. W. F. ,
.. County, Is the center of a large to obtain an office for that Moore were shopping In Starke
t' and prosperous trucking center. department during the construction Tuesday.W. DEL MONTE BARTLETT

of the new'' Road Thirteen H. Edwards and Woodrow
,'i'. MEN'SSWEATERS south of here and the City Council Cutshaw left Tuesday for New PEARS No.2 Can ISe !
agreed to let them have office York with a truck loaded with .
\ space in the city hall buildingfor produce from South Florida for Supreme --------RAJAH-- ---- Quality

that purpose. It Is proposed that market.
I'' i! according to information received County Clerk A. J. Thomas of SALAD DRESSING
,,1.f .\ here to begin work on this new Starke and City Clerk O. J.' Phillips

!s> rBRUSHED road in the very,near future. of Lawtey, were business visitors Ya Pt;Jar Pint Jar Quart Jar

-- to Jacksonville Tuesday. 12c 17c 33c
PersonalsR. Little Interest Is being shown
; R. Thede was a business visitor In the city election to be held ------- ---
f I Y r, J.I to Jacksonville Tuesday. Tuesday, December 3, 1935 for the DEL MONTE FRUITS FOR

Mrs. C. H. Von Cannon, of election of city officers.
SALAD No.1 1 Can 17e
, t Jonesboro, N, C., spent the weekend -
here at the home of her aunt, Florida was purchased by the
Mrs. W. H. Biggs.' United States from Spain in 1821 .
.I Mrs. V. R. and Mrs. J. for 5000000. BEETS Fresh 1Oc
Reddish Bunch
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ANN PAGE offers you these' fast color prints In -, i

sleeveless, cap ruffle or short sleeve styles. Dainty ii"i" CARROTS Fresh ch 2 for JSe

trimS; Fetchingly tailored. To see them Is AMAZE A MINUTE I APPLES York Imp. 3 Lbs. JOe


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I roll at the point where the mill or clusive proof that Southern pine ;,

Bits of I[ ODD---BUT TRUE mills were established but It would can be converted Into a marketable ; ;

provide a cash crop for full and product. The facts being as they 'f

---- part time work of many In the ore capital Is the most desired and "

: I I field In getting out the cord wood. necessary item at the moment ant '
.Loca1Ness Visualisation may be had at Panama the community .In South Georgia

I BELLOWS FOR ROCKING CHAIRSAS I City where the big industry I.a Is or North Florida that can: sure

OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND kraft or wrapping paper mill. mount this problem will have crested
For miles the highway I. to
THE PERSON SEATED IN THE CHAIR for Itself an economic independence }
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN be seen, stacked cord wood waitingto
ROCKS IT, AIR I I IS BLOWN ON HIM TO fee hauled to the mill. This rep- not only for this ;year but t?

,. resents many hours of labor In the for generations to come.LakeCity
woods and considerable expenditure Reporter. )
I 4tt &f1 WARM, AS DESIRED. WITHIN THE BOX and employment for truck -..

L. a powell spent TuellUpg Bill Harris and Earl Dowling, of AT THE BOTTOM MAY BE PLACED I: and rail transportation. The British Meteorological Of.
in JacksonvUJe., Jacksonville, spent Sunday here Dr. Herty' facts and figure are fice find that airplane without
visiting friends and relatives. CHEMICALS TO MEDICATE AND PURIFY not to be disputed. His research radio aerials are in practically no N 1:,

's Crews spent this week THE AIR DRAWN THROUGH OR HEAT IT, work over many years gives con danger from lightning. I :'

IvilJe: where be attended Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bitch had as OR METALLIC BOX CONTAINING ..

their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. ICE MAY BE PLACED INSIDE TO I :' ;
J. H. Rltch Jr., of Gainesville. NAT SAYS: J
';Durden, of Ocala, spent COOL THE AIR t tI
:tpllt week-end here with his III FOLKS! How d'YA like my 'v r ;
I On Friday at 3 o'clock p. m. the now picture T I haul been using 1d I,
the old one BO ionic that the editor '
W. C. T. U. meets this week at the .
of this sheet tot tired looking at It
gva and J. J. ftigFiat home of Mrs. A. W. Anderson. 1
fs Rigdon n and said he'd hAve to go up on : -
Monday visiting friends the lulwrUftlna" rate unless I got anew .

JPesvllle. Mrs. J.. L. Chancey, of Gainesville \ one maids? I figured that I
) was the guest of her sister, maybe some' of you other folk felt
.: automobile Mrs. T. C. Chaatine here 1ti y2 t' Y T. .FROMTB the same way shout I It .o here I
jo% on your Friday. ti t' rte
"" terms too. ROCK BOUND am. nil dressed tip and no place togo
COAST OFMAINE but StarntM. >ro'n/; Store. But
Jlt'ulty. Stp Mrs. O. C. Register returned 1 a !_ hut's it mighty OOOII place to go
Monday from a weeks visit In 4 and don't )..t anybody tall you d
m peek and Arthur Manas- Tampa with friends and relatives. different. Now you might think

,?, business visitors to Pal- thaws rherkcred panta I got on are )
Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Al Clements, of n little loud but don't lot that stop
no .{
__ Jacksonville, were the guests Sun you tro

:.1.Z. Adkins and Mrs.0. L. day of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Richard. I II II

spent Tuesday visiting In .- rETu'sWeatherb.rd J

Camp Roosevelt, near Ocala, to
lit and Mrs. L. F. Smith and spend Thanksgiving Day with his We nave un excellent election Children Willvnr Longer sd

Hm spent Sunday with rela- wife. r 4J TIP TO WIVE! :-MAI<.E HUBBY ROCK l In nil slues! at and Cost Loss ,(

,lo Daytona Beach. 6 t HIMSELF FOR. A WHILB IN THIS CHAIR $1.25

Mrs. William Norris is spending BEFORE SHOWING HIM THe MONTHLY ai 9t

Xr. and Mrs. George Thomas several days in Ocala visiting her t BILLS -)'OU'VI! RUN UP I IIS $6.95 to
moved Into the Floyd Green daughter Mrs. C. J. Hillman, whoIs ,

Kip on Cherry Street. ill. .;J':

m ALL TWBRB THAT a Others at $11.50 $2.25

A spent Mr. Sunday and Mrs.In W.Madison J. Epperson as the Alta A BRIMS
WORD guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. P.. FALL HATS

Knight. WHAT ROMANTIc DREAMS SUCH ro AdT Black, Brown & Illue

I COLUMN Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Chastlne and tt ROCXgft R. INSPIRES I '()!......(1. 15v. 'O tetfAW, All the Newest Shape Ever 1

son, Carlton will spend Thanksgiving
sal Alvarez has opened up

[t Barber Shop at Depot and relatives.Day in Lake City visiting Merrill Futch and Howard Mrs. L. A. RennolJs has recently); stant supply of raw material. A* to $1 'Popular I

Uppreclate patronage. It Moore students at the Universityof returned from a visit in Richmond, the market the Doctor stated an
Florida, will spend the Thanks- Va., with her husband. Mr. Hen $1.00
R SALE-2.Used Bicycles In Miss Myrtle Strickland spent nual imports of pulp wood and pa- to s
giving holidays here with their pa- nolds accompanied has home for a I
/tnt class condition, 1 practical- several days recently In Lawtey as rents. several days visit. He returned per into the United States were 1
KW; 1 new rebuilt see Billysing the guest of Mr., and .Mrs. F. R. $1.95
this week to Richmond.Rev. forty million of dollars..
P. 0. Box 084, Starke ItWield Carradlne.
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and daughter The fly In the ointment I* to be $1.95

cabbage plant now Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez and Madge, Mrs. Sina Kite Butch and Mrs. M. 'C. Stith and seen by the amount of capital required -

mdy; other varieties soon. $1 Ralph Rhodes spent Sunday in of Jacksonville, were recently visIting children of Jacksonville will ar for the establishment of a
i thousand. 6,000 and 10,000 Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Futch in rive Thursday to spend the paper Industry In this locale. Four A Nice Assortment SHOES For Men 3

(Cheaper In proportion. A. J. P. Randall DeLuntl. Thanksgiving holidays here as the million dollars Is estimated as the LADIES'
cfdj. tf amount to construct a ISO ton
Stlth's Aat
guests of Mrs. parents, Mr.
Misses Rudell Yantz, Zelma Ha- Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon and and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. dally capacity mill. As the paper BAGSfIJiI
UUJON3 Genuine
Improved I4
Interest have large Investment In
gan Eva Rigdon and "Red"" Ha- Miss Eva Rigdon were guests I
Xiryland Missionary the east In mills and land It Is not '
ChnU |1.50 per thousand fob gan spent Sunday visiting at the Tuesday and Wednesday of Mr Mr. and Mrs. R. :3. Davis and to be expected they will desire the 1.00 j '
and Mrs. Arthur Rigdon In Jack- .
State Farm. children Ida Lulu Marjorie, "
dteberry. Thurmond Farm, establishment of the Industry In
Merry, Ala.REWARDFor. sonville. left Wednesday ,apt, paytona, the southeast where lower cost : Other $1.98 & $2.98 i '
r Mrs. C. L. Morrow of Tampa, where they will spend-the Thanksgiving Moo Up I .
I recovery of and Mrs. Anna Alexander, of Mrs. W. P. Randall and children, holidays with (Mr. Davis' production and lower freight rates A Few at .$3.95
to the Southern markets will
nperty or information leading Gainesville, were recent guests of of Jacksonville arrived Wednesdayto grandmother Mrs. B., P. Smith. pre

wen of person taking the foliar Mrs. F. A. Scott. spend Thanksgiving here with vail.What
fishing equipment from her parents, Mr. and Mrs.\ J. M. Friends of Miss Gladys Hender such an Industry would STERNBERG'SYOU

l lance of E. S. Matthews: 1 The Rev. and Mr. C. B. Price Alvarez.Mr. son, who underwent an emergency mean Is difficult of realization. It

'sejer Supreme reel 1 4% foot and children returned Tuesday appendicitis operation Monday, would not only creat a large pay

, gray tackle box containing from a visit in Miami with relatives and Mrs. N. F. Guilford and will be glad to hear that she Is \
*tment of lures. Dr. H. B. Mo- of Mrs. Price. son Norwood, will spend Thursday convalescing. Miss Henderson Is

don.NTED. In Qultman, Ga., with Mrs.Gullfcrd's at the home of Mrs. Hulda Corpening. i.i i.-. ;

James Godbold, of Jacksonville, parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. i :
-Man or woman to sell visit- A. Sweat.
was here Monday afternoon ,
id demonstrate
house to house, S. Beatrice and Lillian '
ing his sister-in-law Mrs. S. Misses t1}
Trove, the world's greatest Richard left Tues-
Dowling and family. Mrs. A. M. Moseley Myrtlce Killlngsworth ,t3s '
remedy. Apply Canova'sStore day for Jacksonville, where she DoBhia Smith and Qarlton; Chns- J (

r ltpt :Mrs. J. G. Lynn and small was suddenly called on account of tine, and S. O. Denmark attendedthe
In'' the death of her brother-in-law, S. Starke-Hawthome basketball l
Jean, are
t prices at Central Florida daughter, Shirley ;
lock Market, Gainesville, Fla. Lake City visiting her mother, S. Averitt. game in Hawthorne last Friday- CANT PASS UP MAGAZINE VALUES LIKE THESE! !1},r .

londay, Nov. 25. Mrs. Roxie Amerson. night. l '
'. I, 180 Mrs. E. E. Canova and Miss &'
to 230 Ibs. !
lba; No. 2, 150 to, $8.30 180 Ibs.per, Milton Brownlee Jr., of Jack- Mary Canova were guests Sundayof Mrs O. W. White, :Misses Dorothy /r.er..dv.Ornll r_: .If..,.I I,... ALL f1V1 OmRHo.4outbn AL FOUR ,
I' Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova and and Carol White and Olin roH ONLY Agrloullurlil I roc FOB ONLY
Thanksgivinghere ,
Per 100 Ibs.; No.3,., 130 to sonville, will spend Good StorlM I a
fa, $7.75 his Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Canova In White, Jr., spent Wednesday visit- Country Horn.1.,.. Country Kara 1 yearn b{
per 100 Ibs.; No. 4, with u parents Th.ram louraal. I 80 .rare louraal, I yoa* $ .SOHM
Gainesville.Mrs. Jacksonville. They were f .
to t 130 Ibs. ing in $1
; $7.70 per 100 Ibs.; Mrs.* J. M.' Brownlee. AMD H1 111EV11/AP19 AND TMn MEWBPAMB
5>. 50 to 110 Ibs., $8.00 per 100 : -Thomas Wilmington accompanied home by Miss Ethol- tat OM T.ar roc Gs Yes -'' t
I Alice who has been there for
Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll of I ine White I .Itealr
Delaware arrived here this the two months attending
lion Sale of all Classes of Jacksonville will spend Thanks- past
lock every Monday. Your giving here with Mrs. Carroll'smother week for a visit with her son-in- Massey Business College. a U Gautayl
i and hogs will bring Mrs. F. H. Long. law and daughter, Col. and Mrs. o OFFER NO-t itNO>< L CALtSJ ;

I money if sold through you our H. V. Knight. Mrs W. H. Nollman and little QStorlf Picts a ieat" u

t'\The selling commission is Mr. Donald J. Morris and Mrs.J. and- Leslie daughter Catherine, 'Of Sebring, THIS NEWSPAPER + PoARM "+
'!r'e. Central Florida Live- L. Ninlack of Lake City, spent Frow Strickland arrived Tuesday night enroute to
t Market, Gainesville. Fla.NFRVIVh. Wednesday here as the guests of Biggs students at Stetson University Savannah Ga Mrs. S. FV Hamrick for 1 year and OFFER NO-2 '
in DeLand will spend the and grandson A. C. Oliver will go
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight.
Thanksgiving holidays here with by car with them, where they will
)VfR: WODIt' 3 Big Magazines
Coleman will spend their parents. spend the Thanksgiving holidayswith
Miss Essie I THIS
NERVES ;(} Day in Lake Butler --- Dr. and Mrs. C. W,. Denny. I NEWSPAPER
Thanksgiving Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. I I
brother and sister-in-law for one full ,
with her yearAnd 9
G. W. Coleman.Mr. Jeanette Kincaid will spend the Mr. and JackTP.'H.. Bell of
Mr and Mrs.
Thanksgiving holidays in Tampa Gainesville, announce the arrivalof I 4

and Mrs. S. K. Newsome and with their parents, Mr and Mrs. a nine and one-half pound boy Big Magazines t tI

of Jacksonville A. C. Durden.Mr. in Starke on Saturday: November
Mrs. Lucile Buchanan the guests Friday of 23. The little boy has been name Magazine from Group A i 3 Magazines from Group 3 J '4 In all

were Newsome. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright cd Robert Hovey. Mrs. Bell was
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. and children* Patsy, Bill and Mar I formerly Miss Louise- Edwards, -

Miss Alice Fernandez, of Cross I tha Jane, will spend Thanksgivinghere : daughter of Mr. and,,/d's. W. M. Select Any 3 Magazines ,
with Mr.; and Mrs. N. D. Edwards of Starke. '
City, Is expected to spend the Wainwright, Sr. I From This. List ......Ou Maead.. ,...y p'
here with .......
Thanksgiving holidays i Dr. and Mrs. E. U Bin will T *Tf.. Story I 1'." .... Ird m 1r. AU5hYIfchit. ""' /tlrrd.W .
her mother Mrs. R. F. Fernandez.Mr. .... .... 6. fj .. "", ,
and Mrs. H. C. Rltch will their guests -on Thanksgiving B tt.ff 80. S aar. I 1'' M. I 1/ .
Mr. : have as .... r 6. :...: I r
In St. Au- Dr. Bigs' parents Mr. tleraiel iCh'It,1a1l''''' ;.' 2 rr 017hirwrar ...... ; IsM 4
Priest and ( spend Thanksgiving Day, riawm. Or.w.> 1 I/ ....... ,
and Mrs. E. C. and gustine as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W H. Biggs, and his "*} .......,,. .. Ma,, daughters, Misses Thelma Hitch's brother-in-law and sister, brother-In-law and sister, Mr. and Horn'. (lor M>lk nl' yes ...Coll'.Mowhk I : : "r aaodalwtq'MrkS. : 1ri J JMo.l.
Sunday vis- MagomlB* a : : ,, ''
Pauline Priest 2' HH..C : it X41
Cedar Mr. and Mrs. Warren Whitten. Mrs. Ernest Wells and children: CI- 1 ,- ManeSlr.i1' ....) .. ,. ,,,, 1 d
iting friends and relatives In Friends of Dr .......- 11'a. .... eaa/,: t . M : *
all of Lawtey. Op.. Bead (let.) ... Aetd II !b t, 1
Keys. and who has been con- i iP -: a IrrA. =, 1 rr /tlwe.r '. 1 ea
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Andrews Biggs' mother rr*> te MtKMuiiB* roc IdMln/n. ayy 'dMwArlq JIr ,
IY' Mttl 11I.-- daughter Ernestine and small son fined to her home due to Illness VcHhttod** (w*.>kJiPtatfMial 'r _I 1'....... ,let.'" ....... ', .. \*< 1t0000'1CrIIII"Me It..? LI" .. .' l>rJ +

"' .rv. high '-10&' Mr? and Mrs. W. L. Edwardsand Ronald will spend ThanksgivingDay 'will be glad to know that she has h.etr..dv..rro.1m. _! Y.1'..r. "......IIe'Ie'.oat. ..,.' ll _hut.-__ idenq, . ri" {'v Y
=81' you I ... .. daughter, Fredrlka, also Miss Gainesville as the guestsof recovered. *Ma *i. fltovi**. 1 Y- .r..l.......\ '. 1.F ._..,. i{+ {n
in III .. .
, at the tl: Leah Struth all of Jacksonville, TIII 0 .tn.n a,7" J"m
..J. Ita.- awe a
oral Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chancey. .- BM- *mm *wtlMTru AqMolluriet -11'- a AwkM:::... l aUIU' b t.. .. {
hereu !
.. .eaU 0......... will spend Thanksgiving Day SOUTHERN PAPER C..i.r.. coo....'s ". 2 f3r" Worm,:: Jr
a iii. .,
.... .
..1IIa, ...J t:. .. ]_ the at His. Edward's W MM> World _- .. ,- : )'
> guests .
D. g
, ..01&' .p Canova left Wednesday lu Jactywnvllle reecntly Tj Claar/nr/ II.., |.,
... Miss Mary tin ,
U---t. Men" Strulit':*',parents Mr. .XO'rI-O ", foltewahwod -wM II".i.t: .. api ": F
r..tt .tloa.. cud false for Tallahassee where she will Charles E. Herty talked interestingly ., Tnt scary If ran ..... ,Only CM tub ti11" rwrykyq_ PM #
r .. and Mrs. W. H. Struth. on the ..ubI .......... tll.rv. y
' 4oe IIDplea, Q, ..........m. : spend the Thanksgiving holidays and convincingly M....... M...... A 4-i lm yes
you b7 Dr. .....,. and attend Homecoming at the I lee t of paper made from Southern Axotloaa Girl _

tttaNera.b. Ta61.l.R. Florida State College for Women. pines..' Explaining that, In his laboratory !,DoliMorta...... 11'oa' NO SUBSTITUTES OR CHANGES PERMltTEDCEimEMENi
..... subsidized by citizen of ysystosi- its .

JlI REALESTATE Little Miss Idell Landrum Is In .Savannah. Georgia, .standard Eaelese S ---.. Pl.... 8.VfttS ..,| Me
... Inverness visiting her grandparents equipment such a* Is In dally u.H'In n OH.t No I d OH" N.. :2 D Offs No. :3 C' OLe No 4Wfi r '
wa used, .
Landrum.Mr. mills generally
..lOW Hem. Is i.t.Both Mr. and Mrs. J.Landrum A. will paper submitted samples of newsprint Offe, I am checklaa die mg.sln.s desired with "...'* snbseHp. .
f and Mrs T. F. he IIOD N
:: ... r 'ow pap'
'" IF YOU WANT TO spend Thanksgiving there with his I gravure book and calendered : .

Iseth ..roe&. BUY, SELL OR RENT parents. book paper that were of the N._ 0"
- It ,.. excellence. e .
elrtg rite.4r SEE US- I highest
McLendon of .Jack- In addition Dr. Hefty stated ,
Qt:, Miss Ruth .
M Street
r here production figures perton M &r.pL!
sonville, spent last week-end that cost
Jf"Vl't. ).<"4: .' } t 'WILSONREALTY as the guest of Mis*"EaSe Cole- are less than for tbe north and va

, CORP. man. Miss McLendon and Miss east and that slash j pine grows Tewsi" ...... ;.

: Coleman spent Saturday visitingin faster than most ordinary varieties .:. it a aai. galllll t
and .
OaJDe VUll."JI' .,, ,of wood assuring a steady con .. "
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4.w,"';{f':"".'tl"j" t\>,;1'o1'71..' +'I"'otfil.,!" ';,"? ;- :'q '.. '. <',"'l \ ( <\ ..".':'""" :'!. <..-...,:\--< ."':,"'. ..J,'""fl..._.1"j'\" ,.""WI.:t.ld'.t1t,,;.;.' : .

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Brown,. 17, of HaInes .
-- '. 772 W. BAY ST., PHONE 5-3952 Florida's first City bee
I Beware of reported nuatm
i fake plant doctors. Once again PLANT- tallty after ho and tw' u'j
youths had finished
I the State Plant Board is issuing JACKSONVILLEWith trio stopped hunting, !
( Conducted by Demonstration Agents this warning to residents of'FlorIda oflfce and plant located In' enables them to deliver an especial livery In.any quantity. They will Nettles at Haines home Of

following receipt of a letter Jacksonville the Wilson and Toomer -, kind of fertilizer,,at any time. send this information if it is not leaned their guns against City

from a Green Cove Springs worn FertlUer' 'Co., manufactures In anticipation of the agricul- convenient for you to stop here by of the house. One gun tell the
commercial fertilizer which la considered i tural developments in this particular the mere dropping of a card to charged and shot ,
in which she states that a young
an BI'
a standard product among section of the state this com- them. The Wilson and Toomer through the lower
negro man came by her place and the trade all over the country. pany is making special study of Fertilizer Co., has always workedIn died later In the abdomen ,
RURAL Hints To Housewives wanted to "take the blight. out of: They have been making this high the soil conditions and.is arrangIng the interests of the home com- at Bartow. county osrtGejttingjp

her pecan trees." grade fertilizer for many years to increase this service hereas munity while securing for them-
COMMON Weekly from<'Home Demonstration His stock In trade was a curve- but what we particularly want to rapidly as development pro- selves the well merited commer
; blade saw and a packet of powder, call to the attention of our readers ceeds. cial success that the large volume Nig; )
By SPUDS JOHNSON Specialists, Tallahassee His game was to bark,:the .tree Is the fact that they are a local The fact that they have established of business! at the establishment

slightly on one side, apply the pow- concern and merit your wholehearted so near us this service and evidences. rt ... ... "I>> mTnW..ti

j LAND. SOURCE OF LIFE PUMPKIN GOLD der to the skinned place, and then support. kept a full supp here at all times Throughout all their business sits. 8marUalt}rr.G.oa, ltts' iwm 1 e'a JB

IS RECEIVING GREATER What a host of good things can throw dirt over It, all for the nom- The farmer have come to know is reason enough why people of operations you will find that they ...-i Da ..... aaaiV... ..e..
$ ATTENTION AND STUDYThe be made of pumpkin! And you do Inal sum of 85 cents per tree. that they can get from them the this section should use their products have carried out the policy of han L9'a.i (r..t: 1osrrse..4 yn.t :bens:::-::

not have to> watt until the "fros Although her trees did not bave very best fertilizer on the market, when they are made especiallyfor dling the very best In quality and In eys a n o=.sad.mrr.ry... m"pr.t.
land has furnished existence Is on the pumpkin" but make blight, the negro treated three therefore they seek no other placeto the soil of this section of the rendering the most metropolitan rare MIr Sea G.a&fiaar.nt..e erarsyyTheeks;
i' for man since the beginning of them up from week to week. For trees as a demonstration for the buy. They keep an experimental country. service. They have been one rf
time. It not only affords him a desserts and confections the small Green Cove Springs woman, and and scientific department at They offer personal service the pioneers in the effort to makea

place to live, but also supplies him sugar pumpkin is best, then threatened to "report her to work at all times and they make which is quite a feature. You can reiU live and progressive otate
;i with food and clothing. The farmer Gainesville" for refusing to pay; Improvements and study growing drop in at their office and they and have merited the success that Cold
Is not alone In being concerned Honey Pumpkin Pudding the full price asked. conditions in the state. Their will show you what you need and has 'been accorded to this well 666 and
with the soil, for all classes of This Is a change from the old- plant has a large capacity and this will be able to give you instant de- known firm.
Dr. J. H. Montgomery the FeveIIl'It
people are vitally affected by Its time Indian pudding. To make it, "-'
State Plant. Board wrote,the woman ,
cook :
not they together dl
problems, whether or that the man is not author- Bartow was the: site of a fort In LIeUJIO'
to realize this fact Life itself 2 boiling salted water .ALVR TADU1'18lIeadach
stop cups ized by the State Plant Board to DR. CARL HACKEL the days of the,Indians.!
jh depends on the land and its prod- % cup corn meal-yellow prefer nun
do such work, and that he knowsof
ucts. Furthermore, the welfare of red.
no state organization which Is JAMES BLDG. PHONE 5-640.1
as a whole depends on the How Calotabs
society After 10 minutes remove carrying on work of this kind. In Help NatureTo
weal of the units of this society. JACKSONVILLE
the fire and stir In the following:
fact, It Is a 100 to 1 hot that the
The United States cannot long be 1 cup cooked and sifted pump-, alleged treatment is absolutely!; CHIROPODISTFoot
unless Its agricultural Throw Off Bad Coi
prosperous kin I worthless, and tree owners should a
population is prosperous and con
% cup honey not fall for the scheme.. Specialist Millions have found In Calotabs a 1 Second Calotabs !
tented. are diuretic
if 1-4 cup rich sugar Electrical Treatments most valuable aid In the treatment.I I I kidneys, promoting the eliminnt to
When these facts are considered, 2V6 cups rich milk Treatments of Skin Diseases of the Feet of colds. They take one or two tab- of cold poisons from the system ti
it is passing strange that, by and 1-4 teaspoon saltY Dash of mace lets the first night and repeat the Catalans serve the double purpo,
large, the people of the United teaspoon ginger 1-8 teaspoon nutmeg'Beat Located In Jacksonville Is this, much experience having a very third or fifth i night ilf needed. a :purgative and diuretic, both
eggs, mix all Ingredients, How do Calotabs help Nature ( which are needed In the treat
States have paid such scant atten- cinnamon and thus he has
V4 teaspoon and beat 2 minutes. Pour into a well known Chiropodist offersa large practice throw off a cold? First, Calotabs is i lof colds.
tion to the proper use and conservation Dash of mace handled all kinds of cases. "rf0010. moat thorough and deCalotabs are quite ecnnomid
I of the land. It is encouragIng 2 tablespoons orange juice pastry-lined plate (brush the pas- most complete service: and spe- The offices are equipped with all all intestinal ellmlnants. only twenty-flve cents for the faij,
however, to note an awaken- 2 tablespoons melted butter try with egg white before pouring cializes In foot trouble. He has that make the work easy for the ,hus cleansing the Intestinal tract 01 I package, ten cents for the J
ing of interest In the subject now Mix well, and bake 1 hour In In filling). Bake IS minutes In hot had much experience In the profes- patient as well aa for the doctor.It the germ-laden mucus and toxlnes.. I package. (Adv..

throughout the nation. moderate! oven. Serve with hard oven, then reduce heat and bakeIn sion and Is a man of wide ability. Is,not strange then that the

If Soil conservation is receiving at sauce with 1 teaspoon of vanilla, a moderate oven for 50 minutes There Is perhaps no division of doctor is one of the busy professional ,

tentlon on a broad national scale, % teaspoonful of grated orange The long baking la needed to bring the field of scientific research In men of this community, for
out the full flavor of the pumpkin. which modern'' development 'has (C{{ ;JG
with a soil-erosion program reach- peel to each cupful., his services are In great demand.He
Chopped hickory nut or walnut been t marked than in that of '
ing the far-flung corners of the is a courteous and accommodating -
f country. Measures to save the soil, Pumpkin Pie Filling meats are a delightful addition. Chiropody. man and can be reached rfESENTSIN

particularly the fertile top soil, 2 cups cooked and sifted pump- Pill patty shells,, bake, and top Some of th$,.greatest scientific very conveniently. The general ,

I from being carried away by wind kin each with a spoonful of whipped minds of the world have developed satisfaction expressed by his many
and water are receiving serious 2 cups light cream or top milk cream, with' a sprinkle of chopped material progress in this Import clients and the great demand for 1tefl..eshDient Time

and thoughtful consideration, 'AI cup brown sugar candled ginger, or sugar and cin- ant profession and all of.the features his services constitute a well mer-

p study and research.At 2 1-4 cup granulated sugar namon. : that have received the approval ited tribute to his efficiency and THE HOME e ON THE AIR

the same time, heed Is being eggs of the leading podiatrists of conscientious methods..We wish to
1-2 ginger Sunshine Conserve
teaspoon the country are available to the compliment Dr.. Hackel upon the
I 1-2 teaspoon salt Peel and chop pumpkin and put RAY NOBLEand
people of this and adjoining counties very valuable work that he is do-
DOCTORS KNOW 1 teaspoon cinnamon In layers with an equal amount if they secure the services of ing in this section and to 'direct :
of sugar in a crock or large bowl this competent practitioner. your special attention to his effi- His Orchestrawith
given to a better utilization of the Drain boil for
overnight. syrup
,r-1\-\ I. Dr. Hackel is a foot specialist of cient methods. supporting cast of stan.IWBRY
land. The people of the United
10 minutes, add pumpkin and equal
;P Mothers read this: States are beginning to realize amount of canned, crushed pine

that If they work with the land apple, and to each pint of the two RURAL SCHOOLS CLOSE
7"r THIN ntnIT* and use It properly, instead of exploiting add the juice and grated rind of WAUCHULA-Thirteen Hardee WOLF'SCHILDREN'S v't

s I a"IV1Aama1it/aTIOA abusing and working 1 lemon and 1 orange (tree ripened County rural schools closed this -,r .

,1. against the good earth, they can ). Cook until thick and clear, WEAR'. SHOP .
week for lack of funds, and officials ; -L Prn
'. (II attain a fuller success and enjoya taking care not to burn. Add 1.3 1.
'.j' more comfortable living. They cup chopped shredded, coconut to expressed the belief that Har- 227 HOGAN ST. -
are beginning to give thought to dee'. entire, school system wouldbe n -
,"t A dtjrtlng don trinller each pint of conserve Turn Into JACKSONVILLEThis '
tidnut a
'{ quantity tomorrow tat tack:Im!. helping the land to produce them small jars and seal at once. Delicious > closed by February 1, unless t '
I a living, Instead of trying to wren some means of financing could be Chlldrens Shop Saves The
j until bowels need nor Mp at */& on toast, hot biscuit, or
a livelihood from inhospitableacres. waffles, or with sugar cookies. found. The thirteen schools closed Ladles Of This Section Much Time
; Why do people come borne from a They are realizing that this week Included ten white and And Money By Their Large Stock

i''J hospital with bowels working like a 'some soils are more suited to for From 1005 to 1923, Florida pro- three colored, having run pnly Of Infants And Children's Apparel -
'; watch? than four months of their months Will Clothe Babies And Children -
\ Weil-regulated estry and other uses they are duced more naval stores than any eight
i 'Th answer Is simple, and It'i the to the production of corn or cottonor other'state, but now its production term From Head To Toe-Their

:]\ answer to all your bowel worries if wheat, or similar crops, and volume Is exceeded by Georgia. Reasonable Prices Enable Them To
you will only realize it:many doctors that best success is attained by -, BASS TOO GREEDY Cater To All Classes Of People. .

1 t and hospitals use e liquid laxative: growing the crops or the trees best TRAIN IICIlEDC I GAINESVILLE-An eight pound Wolf's Children's Shop located in COLUMBIA :NETWORK

1 U you knew what a doctor knows" adapted to ..be particular area. Effective June 18th trains 11 big> mouthed baaa was caught bare- Jacksonville is one 'of the STATION: WBT 9:30.E.S.T.
you would use only the liquid form. Lands unsuited or poony adapted and 12 will be discontinued and handed by R. F. Gray, in a lake modern stores that Is meeting the
F. to production termed trains 15: and 16 will run as follows here. and his party
A liquid can always be taken In crop are near Gray demands of the day and will in the COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO,
ii 1 gradually redurH dosns. Reduced! sub-marginal and marginal areas. : were casting for bass when their. future see great strides In its bus- Starke, Fla. Phone 1
r;+' dosage it lilt secret of any real relief With Impetus given to'the move- Southbound attention was attracted toward the iness. SR.'
'2 from constipation. ment by the Federal government, No 1-Due Starke 11:31 P. M.. enter of the lake, where what I "
Ask a doctor shout this. Ank your many such lands are being taken No. 15-Due SUrke 4:08: P. M. looked to be a large fish was Their.Is quite baby an and accommodation children's clothIng to ICE-COLD COCA-COU IS EVERT PUCE ELSE; IT IELONGS IN TOUR ICE-IOI AT HIM

,;f dniRgUt bow very popular liquid out of 'crops-and turned back to No. 107-Due Starke 9:42: A. M. jumping out of the water. The the public aa they have a large

', laxatives have become.: They! give the forests. people attempting to cultivate No.,191-Dus Starke 10:57: P. :M. party rowed over to the area and stock of all kinds of doting; for
1 kind J of such areas'attain NorthboundNo. found exhausted eight-pound
right < help, MndVigLi: amountof meagre an babies and children. It saves much
: help. Th liquid liuativ generally success at best* are unable to 2-Due Starke 0:22: A.M. fish floating belly up with a large time to buy these ready-made and
;" treed u Dr. CaidwtH't Syrup Pe' *!t'L share fully their responsibilities to No. '16-Due Starke 12:43: P. :M. bream caught in Its mouth. The
then they are of the best
'%, It contains senna and cascara -both' society, and society .as 'a whole No. 108-Due Starke 5:11 P. M. bream was too large to swallow very"
:' natural laxatives! that con torn n>> uffers. So the problem of a sane Starke and Wannea Branch and its fins had caught in the styles. layettes.

'!j. habit even la children. So, try Syrup use of the soil is Interwoven into No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: P. :M. baas' gills so be couldn't get rid and They offer feature complete to
timely suggestions
r5 Pepsin. You Just take regulated the very heart of civilization it- No.,102, -Arrives Starke 1:50: P.M.T. of It.., Both bream and bass made One gallon
,?t; .doeea UU Nature restores regularity. elf. J. GRIFFIN. excellent eating, it was reported. young prospective mothers concerning for-
'iI' the proper garments y could lift afortyton
!il'( the coming babe.. Besides the essentials '
they have charming little
hand embroidered dresses, little BrontosaurutTHERE'S

bonnets, coats and sweaters. Per- .
sons desiring to select a gift for mil.

SAFER a new little baby will find a varied
THERE ARE NO BRAKES MADE assortment- lovely little thingsto

present to the little person.. y
Wolf's Chlldrens' Shop Is to be SQ

congratulated upon their foresight

In establishing a store of this char .,...."ai"i
; than the Super-Safety( Brakes of the 1936 Ford V 8ft ,. acter and upon the excellent stock
they have selected for the children,

boys and.girls of this part.of the

other car in America has the same state.
design as the Ford V-8.B' am*

'' a ''?o tu : of this design, the Ford could use Barr' YOUTH SOFFOCATED
e A '' 'u.,, WEST PALM,BEACH-Eleven+
; of braking In common
type system now '
Clifford 'Jackson was suffocated -
t. qg'.., use. (Diagram at left shawl why) year-old here when, he was burled )
' "" ,
't With the whole field to choose from '
a1 In a small cave which he and several
'i r Ford stands by mtcbanically-optratfJ
4 companions were digging In
r ,Suptr-Safcty brakes as safest surest and ,
" 't s t the yard at the rear of his home.

:,, 1 most positive for the Ford V 8. Passersby, 'attracted by the

"' ) \ This Is the type braking system used screams of the boy's playmates,
'% were unable to extricate the burled
?s,, r OQ many of America's costliest cars and
4 youngster and it was not until
most racing cars. Because of unique firemen and police arrived that his

"; ; ; chassis design Ford.can use it to bitterfffttt body was recovered. The boy's
mother is at the hospital herewith
; than other built
I I' pE any car today
a 2-day-old baby.'
All la all, no safer brakes are made .-

than you 'get with the 1936 Ford V-8j FAMED! HOTEL DOWN

' I rOKO' HRMANINT WHIIUASl 4 M4MMNOINT AKI-IOOS Drive it today-and see for yourself: PALM!: BEACH- longtime
landmark of this palm sheltered
Radius rods (1] brace the front Four brake-rod [a] of strong AUT H 0.I Z i D FORD. DIALERS, resort-the famed old Royal Poin- '

axle like a pair of \giant arms. tempered steel link th*prcuur*of. '. ciana hotel, once mecca for the 400 EXTRA "LIFT
', j Radius rod and T.... -.... [9] your foot on th*pedal with th*four -Is gone this season. Consignedto

: give trifle bracing to th* 'rear' big brake-drum. oo"th wheel the wreckers, the rambling 40-.

ail. This means that the front They do this positively surety -- nr-O year-old Victorian building, said IN H-C-15% 20% more
1 and rear axle* of a Ford car are always uDder alt road conditions. Note to have been' the largest aU-wood

held equl-dlstaot-Io perfect specially that no on Ford brake) structure In the world, has been
i alignment. On this permanent ha to depend on th* other thre.' almost entirely torn down. Only smooth_ power ___.......--".

wheelbase, any braking system now Failure of on*-practically impossible tf the north wing'and the conservatory -
in common us*could be used.Only -would sUB Ieve you three where flower shows are held Ask Ac Slntlilr Dealer

with' this Ford-typewheelbaacan, perfectly-operating brake remain standing. The site of the
r'' : mechanical Super-Safety brakes Tear out this chart and check, Mm vn r.a*Djrrmm rest of It will be planted with flow-

'r : be used to the fullest advantage.' with the car you ar drMo*.... ." ''510. ;".:::.....,.:::... ers. o Agent FOB Sinclair SINCLAIR Refining FKODUCTSFBONB Company, (Int.)

"'... ..... iAAw.,1 -' -
.. 4i.a 11 M Greater Miami .. made up of 108 .

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Beach, and Miami proper. BTABKIVFLOiUDA'rT'

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CBGRCII out so that the ring was a "He's he's being hurt. Because for lhtor h. had found Windy

-- O.SgAUGg 1 yysAD" pool of silver in an ocean of dark Fm not out there" He wrenched Fire! crept up the aide of the I "I'opl"Windy!
it sank to his knees, his one
git'T1'JT and In another moment
.:.nsr Pastor ness."Ready" away from his aunt Ive: got togo hoop the boy to his
Co B. price, !Kran asked. His brow I've got to be therel! Just for was a great towering arc of flame. arm gathering '
8cl100l, 10 o'clock a. blur to I'll back!" The inky velvet blackness of audience -I breast '
".ay e furrowed as he noticed Windy's see me. come "t
r aohy B In awed liked the act. didn't they, '(!i
supt. H"TII.IC+f"'at" face. He pulled the door wide Frantically, unseeing Intent on was silent appreciation "They ;'
1bOJIIAS 11 a. m.tl' ., ?" Stubby asked a '-.,
towardthe of the magnificent pec- Mr. Hastings '
WorshiP from the thrust n whip IntoVlndy's nerve- one thing, Stubby rushed i' '.,!
JlllPIIIII. 843: : Pm' ; less hand, then closed\ the door after big tent, forcing his way tack i few minutes later. I'r
WorshiP, 7:30: P- mChurch McuQªfya.Mayev .11 him. through the crowd and Into thetent's Now Windy was urging the elephant "They sure did,-Stubby." 1'
MeeUDg' Welnes,5 Inside the entrance, oblivious of the and tiger forward. And as 'Tm sorry I spoiled Pop's exit
TeaChers ,,... cage Windy stepped
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18 p. 111.p1f Wed 'V' '''''' forward dazedly, his mind in a cowboys' horses that had now be- they hurtled through the ring: of but I won't do It again'*If you'llgive

,: k prayer service, (SYNOPSIS: Windy O'Shaugh- ly reconciled to him. She stepped whirl. come refractory with the under- fire silence broke into a roaring me another chance

At.1:30: p. m. nessy, world- famous animal forward her eyes blazing, her Red, the man in charge of the current of tension in the air. avalanche of applause, augmented Silently Martha wJthdrew from
-i trainer, had lost his courage mouth grim with fury. tiger, poised his hands on the slid- Awlld kick from a flying hoof by a triumphant crash of music the tent. d

;' IletboOlS' Church; Pastor and hla right arm when his Instinctively, as if to protect.bis ing door that would release the and he was down, to be picked up from the band.The Windy looked at Stubby In un- ,
animal. He too sensed immediately ,by one of the performers had been returned to "You mean you ain't pMi;
er. Scholnt10 wife Cora, had deserted him, son, Windy placed himself between that something ': tiger believing Joy. '
yy \ a taking his adored four-year-old Stubby;! and his aunt. was wrong but at Windy'suncertain the cage and Windy was bowing going back with Aunt Marthy i
s II Worshlp-ll a. m. son, Stubby. After eight yearsbe nod, he slid back the I He struggled free. "I'm all right. grandly to the cheering multitude.But "Nope." Stubby's nope was tired yid
)IJI1II Leagu1:15: P. m. finds the boy, only to discover "I've come for you, Joseph," gate Let me go." He grabbed at his his hand groped behind him but firm. "I almost let you down, "a
i 1SO p.' D1. Martha said Icily. lower rib as a stab of pain shot Stub, you're in on these "
worship that he hates him. But "Here she comes, he yelled to "Come on once but I won't ever do tt again.
t3 aU these servf1'I'Ibyterlan "There ain't no need for that, through him, then ran down the '
are Invited finally he manages to win his Windy. As the tiger darted forward bows He placed his lips to Wlndy'acheek.
tOIl son's. love. Now he Is In the animal Martha." Windy said with quick I there was a thrilled gasp of Performers' tunnel and into the Stubby, however, had sunk to "I think it's all right for

cage, trying to regain his. assurance. "Stub and me, we're anticipation from the audience. ring.Windy I the ground pain and nervous boys to kiss their fathers some-
r( '! Minister courage for the sake of Stubby, made up and we're friends now. : Windy, his face blotted with lashing at the tiger In a tension having: overtaken him at times." He snuggled his head to
H. Xnr. We're stayln' together." : tears reacted His fury of fear, was backing before do this for him ''1
lt. QeOrge-Sabbath School. Who Is fearfully looking on.) automatically. But It last. "I had to his father's chest
00 a. m left arm came up and cracked the the ferocious onslaught. Martha' he mumbled Into his son's
II ;, : Stubby took his father's hnnd. for Aunt Windy'a hard grip on
n'mA: M.MornlngWorship i GHOSTS FROM THE PAST "Yes, Aunt Martha.," He nodded whip in a half-hearted gesture seemed to be a losing battle the sawdust "I'll go with you shoulder was answer enough. t
by the pastor. vigorously. "Everything's all while he tried to focus his dimmed his back was already up against now." '
Peoples YeWorship. THE END
1tO: p. m.Young' Chapter Eleven right now." eyes on the spitting, snarling cat the bars. !" Windy watched, as the Doctor -.--

r Service.I m.Evenb1g', Stubby stared at him, a set froz. "The Court will aeclde that whose movements and featureswere Windy"Pop froze, Pop incredulously at the stood over Stubby In the dressingroom. A railroad extending: 125 mile b

1dl I p. en grin on his face. "I'm not scar Martha returned with cold anger. an indistinct blur. his I shrill, piping voice that was likea I His triumph had turned to Into the sea should prove of Interest ,
Then he advanced cracking
) j Baptist Church ed anymore," he whispered. Windy laughed happily. "Stub- clarion call. But there waa Stub- ashes In his mouth. to tourists and Is something: !
whip again. But the tiger sensIng -
"JJTaHemu.gw.y.. Pastor"I "Then neither am I," Windy by's given himself into my custo refusedto by, grasping the bars, his face Finally, the doctor looked up."He's of which no other state can boasU "
the lack of authority
Bible "
ervlce, every Sunday. returned, also whispering. Briskly dy. He leaned forward. "And I'm back. Sud pushed up between them. not*badly hurt. Ribs heal ,
1IJII110:1:1: : a. m. Services at 3:30 now, he stepped into the cage, clos gonna' be able to take care of him mount the elephant's about "You're not scared Pop," he :yell I quickly at his age. But he's, had a
she faced
denly strikingout -
Startln' tonight, I'm back where I shock. Can't seem Rid Yourself of ,
itloCk In afternoon. ing the door behind him. at him. ed, "you're not scared! bad emotional .
was, in the big dough. : andstraightened of It." I
stiffened out
CHURCH There the crack of his whip Still in sort of Windy Windy's spine to get
was a stupor
tHELBPtt8T I IleV Martha him. "Are said unexpectedly -
Ignored you His arm rose with "Aunt Martha, Stubby Kidney
of cowardice fell Butas
Donnley. PastorServices and the garments lashed at her mechanically. closed
t. A. packed, Joseph? authority. Suddenly and wondrously His eye. were
first Sunday. away The old Windy had returned a dangerous claw came toward dl-
every m.' master of himself and the tiger "Now watt Let's be reasonable him, his vision cleared. For the he was no longer afraid. and his lips were muttering in you .uff.r bvmlnfl, MMity et
itJDdaY School 2:30 p. ," Windy said, pathetically Intent "Up \ up," he ground out at llrlum. "You shouldn't say things frequent urinationtMckedte: ,
and Prayer Services r her. "Stubby first time, he realized where teeth. him. Pop, Pop," he 1 lot of
BIble Study : on placating the tiger through clenched like that to lIe.deeh., diatom, enwgy*
y Saturday night. Circus night in Evanston had don't want to leave me. He wants was.The The cat started to retreat, but sobbed, "you shouldnt have hit leg paint, welling end pufftiMtt,. +
drawn a huge milling crowd. Large to stay. His voice rose a little at vast tentful of people was Windy advanced upon her, hla her." His labored breathing madea under the eyt? Are you tired, nn

', First Christ Ian Church posters were displayed everywhere, the: scorn In her face, "Don't look breathlessly still whip mapping compellingly. Still, rasping: sound in the silence. "I'll our-<.*! all umtrtmg ..n4'I

her W. T. McGuIre, Pastor the most prominent of them advertising at me like that, Martha. Why don'tyou Now everything rushed over, snarling, but beaten now, the tiger' go with you, Aunt Martha. But I luiow., whet la I wrong?thought' to ,,
Hke.a sea of surging water Then alve I torn yearIcldney
BIble School, 10 a. m. Windy and his great Fire stop hatln' me? Why don't Windy and leaped obediently to the elephant's have to let him see me first, he Be they'function /
He was in the of danger Mire proper
atununlon, 11 a. m. Trick. you let by-gones be by-gones? He not outside back. walled piteously, "He needs me. ly for 'functional kidney' disorder permits
Orlrtian. Endeavor 7 p. m. In the tunnel of the big top Has- hardened at her unbending glareof death and Stubby was There was a prolonged cheer I'm his right arm. You see, It Isn't .....wide to stay In the Mood) 4-

Prayer meeting: Wednesday T:30: tings was stopped by Angle. contempt. "Well, you're not to help him. and from the audience. only me, Aunt Martha but and to poison and upset the whole I
Boss! What's a' me" He took a backward step Michael him .. Jeff abd .
"Great house takin' him away from Now It was Captain everybody likes tyttem.Use
Fa preaching Second Sunday, 11 a. matter with you? How's Windy Her stony control gave way to a the tiger was at him. O'Shaughnessy who stood ther, Frans and Mr. Hastings and I Dean'.Mis.Doan'a.. for A* u #

and 8 p Dl.St feelln'?" flash of venom. "I'd sooner see The audience rose to Its feetas and victorious. He flasheda lied to you. i Dog likes him kidneys Clftl.,. They ere recommends* dl

a Hastings nervously rubbed his that child In his grave than In your a roar body.mounted Their concerted(n huge screamIng sheets- proud grin at Stubby who Immediately too Hla voice trailed off, he the.weld, UIft."eatect ever. You Deta.can.',get.at any...,i epa .

Marks Episcopal"Church hands "All light I hope. Threw care." mounted returned it through a tear-drench Wlndy's eyes were moist as !
and -
Service on second, fourth and me out when I tried to go in to see "Don't say things; like that," of sound. ,, ,,, ed face, one hand catching at his looked down at his son worshipfully ,
at 11 o'clock a m. He Inspected his watch and "They're bad luck. again. "
Sundays him. Windy begged rib.
fib!!\ buttoned Into paining
litany and choir practice 'a' spoke to a call-boy. "Hey. Run You said that about Cora when Stubby was the being noise reached him. Now, with a final flourishing Slowly, Stubby' eyes opened DOANS PILLS ;

I. o'clock on Friday nights pre..eding over to Windy's tent Tell him, ten she married me." his coat as became agonized. "Somethlng's command, Windy ordered the animals The delirium bad passed. His gaze ,. ,
His '
where she la now., eyes then signalled anxiously roamed the room untilIt
services., minutes. "And that's ,
Sunday screamed. into position "
___. he
"Yes, sir" Martha threw u at mm m .L.....'.'.'.'.. happening, I

- Hastings started, then ran to the triumph. "That's where you put.1') ,M. "

other side of the tent where a her."

troupe of Wild West performerswere Windy recoiled, mDur, .J

BOB JONES| lining up. "Oh, Aunt Martha, no!" Stubby fpha96aae. i' ItIr.

"Keep back 'til the elephantsget cried. .< if

{Comments On Here. off," he ordered. "What are "It's true! He killed your motheras -r '. I' W

Hereafter you doln' out here anyway? You surely as If he'd cut the ropeon .," I".., __" :', ,
And are not on 'til O'Shaughnessy'stbrough. that trapeze." '. ,' I
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Wtnds ""' : '
'1 ." "You're twlstin' things. "r I''
spoke tortured. "You were 't.//. ,: j.
Hank, one of the cowboys face was ; \
do .
God bless the fallen man. I "Thought we'd like to watch always good at that. .You're turn- :,1' ," : 1r

Bt care which way he goes to up. stunt Mr. Hastings" There In' things around so that lies sound '. ,
do all I can to help him. the .. .. I
nil. murmur". like they was true""What : ,I'
laver saw an old drunkard In the was an eager" Hastings assented have I ever said that ,'" .' (.

Jtch! but what I wanted ,to get "All right"but, keep your horses wasn't true? You did drink you :, ;S'4" .!\ THANK YOU .'' u'"", ,.N,..'1' .
mln the mud and get him out i shortly, ,' .. I'
back." Hank, however, seemed to did lie to her ,1", ",
I bite sin but I love sinners. be having a little trouble. "Get "But that's all in the past. That's .

Hen Is no sin any man has committal horses back I said," Hastings all gone and dead and burled. i

that every other man could your '" You're brlngm up ghosts. .. ', '
it have committed under certain yelled. cannot, dare
"Yea sir. He's a little frisky. "Ghosts that you '
rcmnsUnces, if It were not for rid- Martha said harshly.
Hank turned his horse away not, face, '
He restraining power of the graced toward the performers' tun- She dropped to her knees beside

*-f. ing Stubby. "Joey, Joey, what's he ; 1 AJVIFRI'I I "

a. nel.Stubby was proudly helping his done to you? He's killed your 1'-' '. ,, i

, "K thine enemy hunger, feed finish dressing. He fondly mother, twice, once again In your ,.,,lEUyy"E -\
father '
ton. IT he thirst, give him drink. the gaudy scarlet uniform memory." '; rrr: ;', ,

Ttot la a high Christian standard. fingered, hanging with medals. "No. no!" ,', it.1f". I 1 \ ; 1
After an, that is the best thing wee stuck his head in "He made you forget. He's made Y" > 1 I'''
The call-boy I
will worked for !
dof Nothing she j'
s or an enemy. "Ten minutes Mr. O'Shaughuessy. you forget how ..
oquer our enemies so quickly as you, how she used to cry, how
to return good for our enemies. It "Okay. was fixed on the lonely and sad and brokenhearted !

awfully hard for a man to be Stubby's gaze carefully avoided look- she was. He's made you forget
OMB to his fellow man when his medals. He face borea mother" I

Mow man Is constantly kind to Ing look at his of father repressed whose worry. He your"I haven't." Stubby protested" for ore than a Million cars

him. We are not to be good to the medals carefully between loudly. "I haven't forgotten her," m .
polished I
wr enemies simply because we small palms, then find- "He's made you stop loving her.
his "
not to win them to us for self- handkerchief, stooped and Stubby's voice rose In wild hys -; f

fak reasons. That is like being ing a father's shoes.Wndy's teria. "He hasn't. I do love her. .J,'

latest because honesty Is the best wiped off his clung to him adoringly But I love him too!" he sobbed w.. .
potty The man who is, honest eyes the 1955 ;
as the boy picked up convulsively. _in .. :. \ 't: .
[limply because it pays to be honed then rose on tiptoe and "You can't lave them both. You ( I,', ,1\ : 'J'yO j
' Is not merely honest but self- scarlet cap it on, his father's head at can't love your mother .'. and her .ti//t.Ir./i-. !;/ ,'':' Its .' ;e At" 'iL

I lib, and selfishness la sin. placed ___1- Every -movementan murderer!" tr ,.Iv.... <;:.\ s "
acute angie. u O. E Er
afraid to moved toward ,
maddened Windy
1 We are not gentlemen and la- was precise as If he were A her. "Stop that," he shouted. ..I ,.It,.' !i A

,la because we live In palaces be still. frowned and caught him "Don't listen to her, Stub Stop .

M enjoy the luxuries of life Windy "Hey, what's that Martha I say" ',- i "

Some of the most refined people It by the shoulders." She threw the full force of her .

lu ever been my privilege tlens this Tears sniffled? then managedto 'hatred in his face. "Murderer! I 1'(

' lived In cabin Someone Stubby "Gosh nol! All those me- murderer! Murderer!" .: : I ,
b> gall, "If a man Is a Christian, smile. everything Insanity twisted Windy In its "' I
ta dals you wear and demented : 'J' \
will always be a gentleman they made my cyclonic grip. With a
'I\e reason Is a Christian to Innate they're so "bright howl he struck her squarely In the \ )

T refined. Real love Is at the eyes water. knew the fears that face. She fell from her knees proneto
Mae of all genuine courtesy. Self But Windy son's
his the floor. .
through .
* running .,.
aess can not genlulneapltallty were "
produce He pulled him into his arms ',,:;;, ,
nor can It be genuine mind. worry he was causing IN TilE BIG CAGE. ..
the ,
"fteous. The things that we do sorry for grateful that his Chapter TwelveThe ,, .
for the boy, yet '
them was : "
people because we want next Instant Windy

to do something for us In return child loved him have so. been goln' off sane and aghast at his rash act. This Chevrolet has two very 1936 Chevrolet during thefintfew uwefo. .",". .M,; "

.e in them the sound brew "Rehearhals asked ear- didn't mean that," he gasp year P '
I :
they? he "No have been on display. rl. "
lore haven't Th Dk. they ;
gives, it knows okay !" for saying -
I even though Stubby bit his lip. "Everytblng' ed. "Marthy! Stub ." good reasons .
wta receive nothing: in return. nestly. so far basn'tIt" "You see, Joseph' You see? .' '
fine .
y Its gift if we were unselfish,, been nodded "So there'sno Martha moaned. >' you, America. Chevrolet u indeed happy to say ,- ; *
' Ir e sincerely loved we would all The boy staring at his father ,\

''M kind and courteous and genu- 'reason why everything fine, to there should T" with Stubby unmitigated was horror. He One reason it that people have bought "Thank you, America" and to pledge ,,

\\lei, friendly. We might not n't continue bein dutiful re- back from Windy outstretched the manufacture ,"
the that production continued adherence to
bow how to hold our knives and "No, Pop, was band and ran to his aunt. to many Chevrolet can

,forks* I" at the table some we might ply"Unless- you( go .bacK m-- me, "You're__ on--, _..--. 0the 'OV..iKrhnouiv"..,.aug__door._,,, for the year trill reach 1,040,000. ,ing and service policies which have won '
at ease In social elrJU at him said from the
but "Me?" Stubby statue of and held the friendship of the nation. ,
we would'be gentlemen Windy stood there, a And the other reason Is that they have _
ladles at heart It Is true that tlgbUy. He and despair. Then, at the
smiled. ;
"!lie World- Is dying for a little bit Windy boy's nodded chiD.and"Jf you forget grief second summons, he stumbled placed a record number of orders for new, CHEVROLET MOTOR CO., DETROIT, MICH. .' ,

lifted the while out of the tent and moved
at me blindly
,- to to keep smUln' .' ;<"" o
tunnel. "
', : I'm In that cage. up dashed up to him. GREATLY REDUCED O.M.A.C.
.just 0NEW ]
LAKE CHURCH cam Hastings L ; '
the grin :
' ? Instantly Ii Donna yourpublic's Chevrolet's low Jtlivend prices > .'
,tf here will be services at KIIIg1ILake like that. Remember, If that smile I "Come on getting Prima anxious." He look- .. V/0 Lowest financing cost In C.Jf.AC. hiuory. Compare .<"lJ} ,
Sunday December I, at goes, I go with stretched it"The and expanded ed about,, sharply. "Where's the

il dock.. J. : griD restrain kid?" ,
Preaching by Rev. could not _
* *)* but StubbY continued to walk on. .
> nson. welcome. TenderlY, Windy :
Members red the tears that fell over It. with Hastings placed his hand on his -5- _
are to be pros flowing eyes "
-. Windy wiped the shoulder "Where' the kid? Hla ,:
forefinger. off while no CHEVROLET ;
his the band was brushed ;
_ Jr I* Sllcox. Clerk.iOg11N0 wall the noise of ,
', "All answer was vouchsafed. _
T tent flap being thrown open' Hastings threw a worried glanceat ,

AT KINOSUEY: LAKE right, all right,",WIndy grumbled" Jeff. A aiajNAk MOTORS' YALYi ;.
CEMETERY over his boulder, 'rm great tiger cage stood in _
fell The
,"bane bring hoes, rakes and But StubbY, facing the door'Why, the center ring. Its runway in J" s% '

4 Nov. 30, Saturday. All who back In surprised dismay.
,0 ""Merest please come. belle Aunt Martha." place.As Windy made hla appearance /

I J. Lr. SUCC*. Windy spUD stood abouttlfartha there an out-toracue there applause.was He a thunderous stepped toward burst the of v ::2ice: only .corn 4wrncedF 9

aznl, Florida's second city, raged ")(artb& who had come hateful |cage where Fran waited to open .. k

:'plee the sit* of old Fort Dal her nephew from a bappl-I the door. Immediately the lightswent

:K" -'bUaheciln 1"., father only to find. the boy .

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Bradford ,County TelegraphEstablished Maybe You've TOO LATE -FLORIDA "" !HLICilt % & # #* ftt&vw- rd

1877.MEMBER I '
E.e1ZZ $&i ms3iei&&t!> ITy -
? Heard It, But f-iv'v+4 rJlSit'**+ALi.A L&'!?

r'r-'rFlORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION fI Secretary.Br.n. }Florida" MM.Fr KAY... A..,*. ,'

1935 e Bank In Reno +
.... 'l::J.o'tU1a.ItdJ.eouda.: Night / VB ,,,YyS; +P'WW, i&WZWi&JLODGE + \* ? }4e4'q "udid y i, vt ksfxrt
There wasn't much of a crowd at Well I didn't anymore than get
.. .. ., .. ., ., 7Ar MADE
-- -
- -- Bank Night in Reno this wetk back from the press meeting: and ,
Published Weekly) on Fridays and Entered as Second Class a tent show in town drew the bulk settled down to>> work before "Red" ,l2A1.t OADNI.sTO"

+u Matter at the. Post Office at Starke, Florida of the trade away from the second Edgerton of. the Western Newspaper "

P -- --. ._- -. -- -_ ---- story of the R J. E. Graded Union comes blowln' into the
school where the movies are office like a' 100( mile gale and
E. L. Matthews---____________.Editor and Owner ?
shown every Monday night. weeps me right off my feet and
Not more than twenty darkles Info his new Ford for a flyln' tripto
SUBSCRIPTION RATE-- were cramped into seats behind Miami.

the desks, intended for boys and And "Red' kept my hair on end
Yearly, $1.50;; Six Months, 75c-Payabl. In Advance
girls half their size, when we were from the time we left until we got
c" Advertising Rates on Application there about 0 o'clock. We got In back. He has a trick of drivln'
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at end of anti- with foot the and the
the the comedy, en one on gas .. r .. rA
quated "Our Gang": leftover from other on' the brake' and then he
""x Get the library habit.. It's one of the best you can have.
silent days, and stayed for the starts doln 'clog dance that

o beginning of the feature. "Men of makes the car perform like a cross

the Night with Herbert Rawlia- between a jackrabbit and a kan ..'/ .r ..
After Thanksgiving: you can give your appetite a rest until son and Wanda Hawley. In the garoo. a'nnnr'p'M1

t Christmas. break between the two films the There was ''nothln' for me to do

operator of the machine announced but take off my hat and hold on
i In"a somewhat apologetic tone tight. Between .Tampa and Brad-

Add similes: As useless as an anti-noise campaign at a "Now' the show tonight Isn't a cow- enton I thought somebody had

cross roads town. boy or western but its a show built'a fence on both sides of the d l JACiC'SONyLCEt

with some sense to it. And I see a road-wo went .0' fast the'trees FLORIDA
7 o_. n lot of sensible people here tonight' looked llk4tJt.; 'solid 'wall. There t M I /S T//E

The conceited person 'is the one who is always lost in so I know you'll like It. 'The au- : were a lotqttother 'cars 'on the 'AIOST icEc72NPOQT
tr dience took the compliment In highway, but s"near as I could ON THE ATLANT/C
I f happy thought ill front of a mirror. good spirit, although it was so figure they were, all standln' till. 'km'

-uIt.s dark you could hardly see your We visited all the towns along ,

hard to, see the dollar right under your nose whenyou're hand in front of yourown face, the west coast down to Ft. Myers ". t 'Y /
much less the degree of sensibilityof and found everybody Denned UD in
I looking for a million in the future.. surrounding faces. anticipation of" a big winter sea rr e teo ,

o Of course there was no sound eon Hotels and apartments report ... Ce

Have you noticed that the more you feel sorry for yourself with the film except the wheeze ,'many reservations and Inmost'communities cAt.8EJlr -
of the uncertain projector and there is alreadya .
the less other people feel sorry for you ? such vocal interpolations from an house shortage '0 -<:' '.

o enthusiastic audience as "I know- Folks have .been spending most C'

.It's all right for politician to be a dark horse, but hedoesn't ed It. I knowed it. I knowed that of the summer maklnf repairs, ad- '
I fellow would hug that gal 'fore din' additions and dollln' thingsup two P/iOTiD. THE ?""t- 1
want to be so dark no one can see him. he got through messin' round." and business is picking up all FAMOUS .EN /N '

o We didn't stay for the drawing along the line Truck crops around
famous of the prize-a dollar every week. Palmetto'and Braclenton'' looked

pea'pIe agree us and with food that doesn't. There coming was up the a stair considerable case of the draft R. fine and in marketing If we use a they little ought intelligence to Back in 1901 on Feb. 28, 6 fore the greatest speed in a stretch from Screven,

-0 J. E. Graded school."Married bring plenty of money to this Plant System became the Atlantic CoastLine Ga., to 74-mile siding, a distance of 4.8

There is more difference than it looks between the person splendid section/ :' a speed record was established. on miles in 2 minutes and 40 seconds for a

who is notable and the one who is not able. : Men" At SarasQta'. .. folks. 'were all set this road that has never been'equalled record of 108 miles per hour. This record i
I the was made under the
me whichwas observation
"Married men should wear for arrival Of circus of
}sf something to Indicate clearly that I due back in winter quartersthe by any other Southern railroad) A train "the. U. S. ''postal authorities in com pet!-

.m Farmers should get in touch with the county agent and they are married" says a novelist. day after jve were' there. As consisting of Engine III, one 'postal car tive tests -of speed between the Plant

It investigate the Sea Island cotton raising proposition. Something besides a black eye I usual visitor's"will be allowed to and a sleeper:ran from Fleming, Ga., to System and a rival road. An important

that is.-Bradford County Tele- I Inspect the quarters during the Jacksonville a distance of'148 miles, in mail contract was at stake. (See History

0 graph. winter months and this attraction 134 minute<, The train attained its of Jacksonville by T. Fredenck Davis.)
p2'' Since marriages did not stop during the depression we'll The novel from which the above brings thousands to the west coast .

.;l have to admit that most women still marry for love suggestion Is quoted must have city each season. TRAVELLER SEESROOSEVELT HEALTH COUNCIL
been written Ft. Myers looked more cbarmlna-
y by a tyro certainly
o i not by the sophisticated author of than ever with .her stately palms RE-ELECTION The Bradford County Heal
From Other PensSAME II \\Continued
r. The Oklahoma lawyer who sang to a jury lost his case, a "best seller." There Is some and floral beauty.' Everything' t Page One) CouncU will meet Friday night
q4C about looked spick and span and report 7:30: o'clock in the nurses' offk!
but he managed to escape without any violence to'his person. thing undefinable a marriedman of the first well. Jack believes that '
of steady- business Improvementwere City Advisory commit
whether he carries a black '
., 0 eye or not, which tells his statusat promising. OLD PROMISES Florida may present Its first oil meets,at .7 o'clock.
Some folks think it's because Driving east we visited LaBelle well to a waiting world this winter .
r funny they can't drive a once. No merchant would coax Gubernatorial candidates are and from what he has seen of

;: new car down, the street without meeting everybody they the easily identified bachelor to Clewiaton Belle Glade Pahokee popping into the field of politics in oil lands in other states he thinks SAXTON
and Canal Point. It is a marvelous
buy.laundry soap brooms or fireless the outlook Is favorable. ]lira MT. A. Tyler. CorrM. ml..t
'i. owe. and that' Floridian Florida In of the fact that extremely
cookers. And the barber also trip one every spite
At'any rate says Jack, he's goingto Rev. and M'-V-: : Hutson
kti:\ 0 knows his onions: he never thinks should take. The bean crop is a the primary election when'' a new' a
be on the ground just In case- children have
1 i recently moved he
Arthur Brisbane, writing from Miami, said that the last of pleasing a married-looking man good one and the whole south end I governor must be nominated I Is from 'White Springs. Mr. Huts
by tacking a long of the, lake tS'so cluttered up with seven months ,
,jl high winds damaged only houses that never should have been to his coat trucks;..tractors, bean crates and away.Already' ANNOUNCING OUR will be the pastor here at t
collar: there are six or sevendefinitely "iikrch of God this coming
j. farm hand'they'll l be needln' traffic FALL NEWSPAPER AND ve;
But the idea of identification announced ''candidates
Many friends welcome them hei
n long to keep 'em MAGAZINE! BARGAIN
{ ', 0 suggests to this writer somethingelse from backla6hln.' and. with one or two exceptions./ O. .T.'Nelson was visiting frlen

J: From,what we hear we believe it'would be impossible for in the line that would be From West Palm Beach southI the people are being fed the same Yes, It's ready In Lawtey Sunday.
-our greatest
highly desirable and should be old promises, the chief of which is
'l : anyone to stir up any favorable war sentiment in this country looked for evidence of the recent tax combination offer-one which will Mrs. W. R. Swanbom and K
made a law. The political cam- reduction although they have
'r:3 at this time. storm but didn't find a great deal: been give you a wide selection of famous Arthur; were In Starke Saturdi
paign Just about to start promises disappointed so many times afternoon.J. .
few trees' and down bill national Your favorites
a poles
magazines. -
to be arduous and something heretofore that such promises, if C,' Dixon he
--e was a visitor
boards torn lip:. and here and therea I which will bring you enter-
should be dons to help the new stressed are going to be taken
....f, Whether you're in favor of issuing bonds for school damaged roof so if you're goin'to with tainment and enjoyment duringthe Sunday.
crop of county candidates to at a grain of salt.
Edna spent the wee
.!{ buildings or against; it, be sure to pay your poll tax so that once find the names of those they have Miami to to' see for the the ruins you'll will One candidate is favoring $1, $2 winter months. end in Starke with Misses Luc

} you can vote intend to solicit for votes; also, reporters hurry damage and $3 automobile tags. Still another Bigger and better than 'ever and Bettie Hardenbrook.
all be repaired in another week or
before- will find magazines
with defective hearing you
says that he will do every t
0 should be able to find a man's so. appealing to every member of the .
thing he can "to see that our WILL SEEK RE.NOmNATIO.TALLAHASSEE
: The late Billy Sunday in The Magic City Is all primed for from Dad down to Grandma
answering the statement that name without having t() ask him, schools are kept open' for full I family, -
A t torn
the good derived from then it and make "P .T. the biggest season ever. A great -there are magazines on ro- -
a revival is temporary, said, "Yes, so get wrong tourWti"are' already there. terms. 'And how often the people General Cary D. Landis Satur
.i:,.. is a bath, but$ it does you good." McDuff", into "Peter McNutt" for Winter many residents are beginning to have heard that promise even I mance love, mystery science, announced he would be a can
'I home, needlework and just about
Instance. In order to
help the
.. on and from the lips of legislators onlyto date for re-nomination In t
arrive open'up'their homes,
? 0 passing of such a law tentative everything else you might want.
find the promises broken whenit Democratic next Jut
Jt: "Mrs. Roosevelt outlines hotels are opening up many of the And it Is possible to have your primaries
Buys Two Hats in 10 Minutes"-news. are given below: cornea time for them to deliver. He 'Will' be' seeking his secoi
have been remodeled
stores or enlarged
selection of these fine
J' paper headline. She might have but "AN ACT to enact an Act to What candidate would magazinesat term. He elected four
we bet she'd picked them be known as 'An Act for the i and ,in another month Miami for office 'an amazing and sensational was yea
J out on a shopping trip the day before. Identification of voters and easy Oth will be 'in the height of her be so foolish as to taU to mentionto price. It is just the beginning of ago after being first appointed
the voters that he favored tax the. office to fill the unexpl
glory annual fall drive for
In our subscriptions
ers. State nf WlfirMn.
0 reduction Hasn't been term of Fred H. Davis who beta
'One thing' that Impressed mewas r that a
In. which we- give all our
Boston University has a course in ,which women are of the State of by Florida the LeI'Islature the real estate and building promise made,And heard for years, readers greater value. You..'too, a justice of ,the supreme court

ff.;, taught how to buy. Some enterprising: institution should now "Section 1. Hereafter every: activity In this section. Realtors but t how much; ,. reduction has actually will want to take advantage of At Avon Park.is a look-out .o<

f k come to the front with a class for men on.how to: 'pay for it. male citizen of the State of Flor- hare moved from the second floor I I been stands accomplished out 7 The' this: special by placing"your, order, er from which 4000 acres of cilfl
answer glaringly
21 and are again on the street with today.; Send It or mail It to our of
ida years and/or over, shall can be seen.'
i\\ o----- lavish offices. The demand for "NONE.
have plainly painted upon the back fice. We will see that you get -
Parents who remember how they used to play hookey I of his coat rain-coat packet, vest, desirable property is brisk and Every man elected to. the 1939 exactly what you order. Lake Wales, erne of the highpoints !
sales are constant.In legislature made a promise that he Look at this combination offer In Florida. is the site 011 t
be shirt and/or undershirt his
might little
:'t. a puzzled by their children who are now wiring and Initials In the manner he name usually spite of the fact that the would vote for economy in expenditure now beaded "Full Speed Ahead" world-famous "Singing Tower."

),"' Governor Sholtz asking him to guarantee them a full school signs said name and initials woods are full of politicians and of state funds but look at and pick the magazines you like .
term. candidates for this and that, I low the state senate ran riot in best. Of interest to tourists are i
Provided however that he may,
1 ,W for the sake of economy and/or found very little Interest on the the employment of attaches which .--- alligator farm and a Semln*

"1 -o- convenience have said name and part of the average citizen. No- I with those employed by the house, Tarpon Springs I Is the site ,ot Indian village in the vicinity
The wife asks, "Will you love me in December as you Initials painted upon a placard body seems to have paid much shot the cost of the 1D39 legislative extensive sponge fisheries Fort Lauderdale.i .
'l;" 'do in May?" And the husband attention as yet to the governor'sraceIn session to( a record mark' In
replies "Yes. which be from
Making may changed one
:.proper fact moat folks don't even riorida. How,mucb economy did ,, BOY-JUST MADE 171"kS
:: Allowances, of course, for your cold feet in the middle of my 'I garment to another and fastened know who's runnln' and few of 'em this. legislature effect r None but
to the same by safety pins or but
back .
,t- ; ,. tons. care.-- its members attempted to feather
4 From reaction'I gained on their nests.
own political
2. Persons In the habit of
i'a entire trip I would Judge tb.1 It la the belief of this newspaper
PlantCity is.going to 'l launch a. campaign to make the going about with the upper part Senator-William C. Hodges I* -
belief shared -
a by many".othIeI'
of, the body naked are required to .
.country? ."strawberry conscious'? W/e'hope they'll make people have their said names and Initials most popular candidate with Chap- I state newspapers and men who .

,. conscious of the fact that strawberries are worth paying tattooed upon the bare skin of pell and Pettewey as runners up, s>3pt their finger on- the political .a

,good money! fort J Jf their backs and have all previous but not atoee'enough at this time situation of the'state. that a man
to mate It a race. Paty of West who was'a member of the 1935
i tattooing If any on their said .
-Q V : backs, destroyed. Palm Beach seems 'to be roakla'progresoo 'legislature has no chance to be

: The. Bradford. County "entrance gate at, 'the northern Section 2. The provisions la but the opinion of everyone elected to that or any other office 1 ue'a
is that It is too early to do } <
In the state. It has been said be-
not to be construedso s
boundary of Section 1 are
F t ; county on Road 13 needs a new coat of paint. as to prohibit any voter from any mon than make a wild guess fore that the people will forget' ""

As it 'looks now it isn't a"very good advertisement for a prosperous having his Christian name spelledout and surprising number of folks past sins of lawmakers ;when ,another f

\ : community.. I in full, so aa to _bae. any seem to have the opinion that a election rolls around, but hi l, Nb4l :1.t .
1 ''%' candidate to famlisrlyoldgessi him dark' horse who hasn't even been Florida the people will not forgetthe r
p i considered yet will bob up later extravagant 1935 legislature
as Tom, 'Jim Bob,: and/or 'BUI. '
: :. I' Both Republicans and Jinterpreted the recent u the cue may be. Nor shall and b* elected. the newspapers will see to that.

; state election results 'as' meaning victory for their party aid provisions In said Section: 1 So with all of the..'candidates

next spring; There is nothing like Ii\;few statistics when you be construed so aa to forbid any I GaUMovlUe\ was the site of a bobbing up for the governorship
fort the Indian and
:i' man from painting the words during wars the people had better weigh their
want to prove both sides of a question + 'Fresh paint' beneath his said a. ,fold of battle during the War selections carefully.,, A< < governor +
'm, name so ,as to keep said candidates Between Stiles e with an unfriendly legislature. has
outfit'when from slapping him on his ..-.- no more chance to reduce .
"' A girl wear a'gold she.can't play golf, covern- $
may The ruinsof stone 'missions
back to his pain and discomfiture. meat coats than a snowball would
;, a bathing suit when she: can't swim,and a riding habit when "2. Young men, who have been among the Indians by have In surviving a hot summersun.

she goes hiking, but when' she puts on a weddinggown; she qualified to vote since last pre Spanish priests are to be seen today Promises to effect*tax reduction -

!fIt. business.-Pensacola Naval;,Air Station News. You ceding election. may. If they so in many! places In Florida. and economy... easily
,, means wish add the word 'Voter to the made and more easily broken
.' forgot to mention those who wear'aprons and cant, cook. other information on their said said' back" Is possible to elect men who will II-

' ". a ro' "" "*j backs; also any man may add to The Ides la not new. Membersof adhere to promises, and In electinga r :.

Statistics indicate that 200.000 children now attending mid Information his postofflce address athleMa. clubs bottling and governor and a legislature next
and business if any for the filling, station employees have year let's elect men who will vote
' will become criminals.
i school in the United States probably benefit of state and congressional practiced It for ;year. And the "No" on bills to effect new taxes, :r

,; ; "Too often," tha/eport said "children forced to leave school candidates, who may wish to send label on the cap of the modest and "No" on measures to Increase

" ,!\ under sixteen years of age without sufficient preparation for him circulars, and/or,, for people train conductor has.often saved government costs, and .'Y.." on
, getting .p' mailing lists for' patent him from being mistaken for the measures to'thin out the ranks of
\ life's duties become liabilities in,the form of idlers, wastersor pQeseily +
medicine provided
concerns* president 'of the road. state' employee*.Sarasota. Herald
criminals. Herein lies m challenge to society.." there is sufficient space left on his -H. a* LaCer...._. .' y

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