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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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COUNTY BUYS GET MORE LICENSES HUNTERS THIS YEAR WELFARE ,BODY FOR WATER HAMPTON"APPROVED* YSTEM LIBRARY SMALL FUND DISTRICT 3 $v:

THAN LAST JUDGE SCHOOL TO GET ABOUT

REFUNDINGB0NDS PERRYMAN SAYS TAKES PLACE I BUT APPROPRIATED FUNDS* NOT MIX-UP SEEMS $2,000 WEEK NEXT BOND ELECTION ,; Y

County Judge E. K. Perryman
Three more, Bradford County Bradford County will get approximately -
said ,
Wednesday that he bad sold
I WPA project received the approval from the state
: 174 hunting licenses to date, a OFFERA of SOLVED $2.00O CALLED OFF
substantial increase Washington this week but school fund which will be 41a.tribute :
over the 117 !
there
waa no hope held here for that
were sold during the 1934 I
beginning-work on them until a: ,counties next week Supt. A. JQriffla .

$24flOO of Road I, season. Only Three of Staff new grant of government money Sirs. Young- Was said yesterday Since July Cotton Says Funds
a Retired The amount of revenue from the is made to Florida. :this county has received about $8.. .

Issue license sale has Increased more Remain At The project approved were: Ready To CloseIn 000 Including the amount to be Not Available For \:!

Monday than fifty per cent because of the Office Here Bradford County-wide *- Re- 'received next week, Mr. Griff \;
2 'Weeks Schooillere ,
large number of state permits be- pair roads. Federal funds $36,616. said This I* about the amount

A R I ing sold Judge Perryman said Bradford County Sanitation necessary to meet the county ---- ,
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"PRICE PER CENTRUP> Last year the state license was NEW SETUP II A S NO program in Water Oak section McMULLEN SENDS WORD school payroll for one month. VOTING WILL BE HELDIN ;,

NINETY $8 and only thirty were sold; this MONEY TO HANDLE Federal funds, $5,698.: PROJECT'S APPROVAL I Several large tax collection FOURTEEN. HOWEVER '
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they sell for $5.50 and six I ijf
year -
Board of County Commls Direct Hampton-Improve water supply have been made recently by the .
TIle ty-five have been sold. Since there relief under the FERA BULLETIN The following i The bond election In District j& ;
streets and
meeting here park. Federal Griffls said and he expect
in regular died county, Mr. -
loners 1* so little difference m the priceof a much-postponed death last funds $5,051.: letter wan received here by the I Three for addition valued at $64,- t
retired $24,000 of Brad- I to have money on hand to
Monday, the county and the state 11- Saturday and reorganization of the Business Men's Club just before 000 to the high school building t'here
road bonds teacher in December After -
refunding all
state
ford County cense more hunters now buy the under district welfare boards the Telegraph went to pay wa called off by the Board fl" ,
which were offered for sale by state permit.: This county has already created by the last legislature, be- GEORGEREDD1SHBlamefl press Thursday afternoons the first of the year race track of Public Instruction this week on 'f
& Co., of Chicago, inyetof.4.dtvldual and automobile tag money
John Nuveen sent in $448 to the state'ascomparedwith gan-to take place. "In reply to your letter of money situation, advice of James E. Cotton, state ',(j;,'
bondholder, Is expected to relieve the
[ $278 for 1934. At the local office here It waa December 8 In regard to your PWA administrator, who said '1 '
had advertla- Mr. Griff has. nofear of being
board previously
The Judge has said that only three employees of For library project. Authority WM there* waa no hop for a Federal "
bonda would be purchased Perryman registeredOnly forced to close schools here abort '
tit that fourteen under the the welfare department, maintained given to the Galnmvllle office i grant for the project at this time. j
people requlrementa of the regular term.
at this meeting. of a local law which by the extinct FERA would re- yesterday to begin work on However, the election In consolidated \

',Bond number SO to 54, matur provides that non-residents of the, main under the new set-up. They NEGRO'S DEATH this project aa soon a* practi ( District Fourteen comprising tl'" ,

sty date 1945, in the amount of: are: Miss Gertrude Heerlng. director cable.. Vanderbilt Rising and Uellbronn. ,r
must fee
county pay a registration I SURFACECompleted
$ ,OOO, were purchased for ninety of a dollar for the privilege of Mrs. Edward Burns, case aid, "I regret that the project will be held on the advertised .. '

per cent and accrued Intereat. hunting In Bradford County with and Mrs. Bertha Pringle, stenographer. WILL BE nROUGHT'FROM was not started sooner butthroult" date, December 14. Since the ,1,1',.
Numbers 882, 898, 888 and 889, error In the Finance Federal grant required for construction '
I the exception of Saturdays and PRISON FOR TRIAL
maturity date 1988, In the amountof Sundays.IARGEQUOTA. Paul E. Canova, Jr., is the Brad -NEXT SPRING Department tills waft delayed of a new school buildingIn ,

$4,000 were purchased for nln ford County member of the welfare until now this district I* for a comparatively \I

ety-two per cent.' Numbers 864 to board for this district which George Reddish) now serving awoyear "I thank you for calling my ON FARM ROAD : small amount $20,000. and .!

888, maturity date 1963. amount Includes also Nassau, Flagler, St. sentence at the State attention to the Mune." there is no bonded Indebtedness In I r4.

53,000, were bought In at ninetytwo Johns, Putnam, Clay, Aalchua, Union Prison Farm for breaking and en- Very truly yours I this district the board thinksU. V

and a half per cent. Number and Baker. Headquarters for tering the Sinclair Refining Com- \\'. A. McMullra. Jr. CONTRACTING- COMPANY. advisable to go forward with the /;

779 and 776, maturity date 1962 Left Tuesday this district will be In Green Cove pany's bulk station here, will be Assistant Administrator and WILL HE HERE ABOUT election on tho chance that an additional I 4u)., 4

amount $2,000 were purchased for Springs with Mrs Furma Douglas returned for the spring. term of Director of Projects. 2 WEEKS LONGERThe allotment of government d;'

ninety-three per cent. Numbers as acting director circuit court and, tried for manslaughter fund might be made to Florida. "

804 to 811; maturity date 1963, FOR CANALSEVENTYFIVE The duties of the new board will in connection with the With all books dated in for December last bit of sing and' gravel The bond issue to.be voted on will ;,

amount $8,000, were bought at be as a ".ervlc and educational death last week of Miles Bailey, 14 Mr*. H. H. Young librarian was appUed to the Stark-Stat be for $17,000 to match, the possible r\\\
ninety-four and a half per cent. I ,III making preparations I Federal grant. I .
Miss said
agency, Heertng yesterday seventy-six year old negro man. Farm highway at noon Wednesday -
Bonds totaling $17,000 and offered WHITE I There will be no money handled A coroner's jury, investigating to close the library in the Woman's and for all intents and purpose -i .
at ninety-seven. and ninety directly by the organization death returneda Club building here at the end of SANTACLAUSLETTERS ,1
MEN GET JOBS AT Bailey's Saturday the job was practically com .:
eight per cent were refused by the OCALA but it Is expected that distributionof verdict that b* died from being next week. plele although some work still remained V :1t,
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cDlI1II1I loner.. commodities will continue undera struck by an automobile recklessly No one seem to know Just what to be done on the road :

WPA project The board will'attempt driven Bddlh. The accident happened to the library project, I \
During the present year IncludIng Seventy-five white laborers left by boulders. 1 BEGIN COMING IN t ',
Monday's purchase, the county Bradford County Tuesday for work to prepare Florida for happened ,,One night about but It struck a snag somewhere About two week will be requlred SOON STORES

has retired $41,000 of. its road refunding at the cross-state canal location participation in the Federal welfare three weeks ago, .on Road 28 west seeming to get lost In the shuffle for finishing up "odd and i DRESS UP

bonds. During the thir- near Ocala.! While this was the program," It was said. of Starke. -_' when FERA shifted to WPA and ends," employer of the L, M. Gray I )"

teen-year period previous to this largest quota yet called for in this Miss Heerlng commended the Another young man who was in so far all effort to untangle the Construction Company salcf yester Optimistic report from all parts :.

only $100,000 of the original $1,- county there was no trouble In cooperation that she has received the automobile at the time of the mystery have been fruitless. of |h* country a* to holiday trade r'"u

040,000 Issue had been retired. filling It, as workers here still from the County! commissioners in accident testified before the jury Mrs. Young took charge of the day.Work on hnrdsurfaclng thl.. were reflected In Starke'' this .

When the pommlaaloner a year seem anxlou* to leave (or: this proJect caring for direct relief cases. that Reddish had been drinkingand library several months ago' just nine-mile stretch begun September week a* merchant began decorating _
I 4 While the amount which the commissioners that he had almost hit a wom- as the FERAwas, passing out and their window and making ,
refunded the
igo approximately 10 and less than three month will
have to work with is the road before WPA was coming into being. The
an along ] allowingthe !
their gift displays to attract the ,
J900.000 which; remained, It While it 1 W not':knowr.' whether have been consumed by the pro- f
V small, the welfare department has car to swerve'on Uw shoulder project was approved in Washington .
early shoppers.Even
advanced the maturity-datea on be when the touches are
not these will
>r men employedby ject finishing
bund them willing to do what and strlkejthe negro man: The and a warrant I I. said to have
the Issue ten year. and gave the private contractors, it waa stated put on In a week or so. Santa Claus letters began If,
they could to help carry the case victim did not die until two week been Issued for its operation for
board the right to .use county] at the WPA here that in any load: after the accident. one However week and Mr. Gray' company wa under coming In early and the first received ,

funds to go Into the open marketand case they 'would make more than ,More than BOO relief caseshave ...... months year.passed and the librarian contract to the State Road Depart by the jolly old fellow'to' !w
buy.the..bond fn"af'leu' than if .remained : 'projects In care of the Telegraph was front a i'
they on ment to furnish machinery and
I named In
been cleared since August by never received the salary
far.. Still outstanding Is- approximately > this county. No Ltu "lolt ors truck the project and'also mall boy who said he had been I'
absorption into WPA labor Miss the project and the local WPA office -
$899,000: of the issue The men who left Monday were: Heerlng said and when the FERA N. D. Wainwright, Jr:- newly never received any fund for the surface treatment. The road good to his billy goat and consequently ,

Also at this meeting the board Grover Ci; Aldridge Tate Alvarez, closed out at the beginning of this appointed game conservation offi- this purpose. department furnished approximately wa expecting Santa to do I :$'

attended to'the following business: Frank Brooking Anthony Brooks, month, it left only the comparatively cer, reports that he ha met with Recently a committee from the 35,000 ton of Urn rock the right thing: LUlr, 'lIlt

Colonel Crosby of Sampson City Lassie Brown H. D. Bennett S. light load of forty families In only law-abiding sportsmen In Business Men's Club of Starke In- base Little friend of Santa in .all i'!

requested an increase in his pauper R. Clark, Louis Carter, Luther Bradford County. Bradford and Union Counties this I terviewed W A. McMullen, Jr., at The new highway connect part of the county are urged:to Ii!,

allowance, and .he was raised tot Clark, William Crawford, Raiford Miss Heerlng has authority to season, and that he has not I State WPA headquarter in Jack Starke and the state prison and get on the band wagon and turn ,q

$ per month. Carroll Peach Crawford, Cliff accept registration of any relief had to make a single arrest so far. !sonville and were told that funds furnishes an outlet for this Im. their order in early *o that they 1

fro, W. S. Swindle or Theresa Crawford Pete Crawford, Frank case that was active between May He spends much time In the field, ,were being sent her for opera i portant state institution will receive the proper attention. i l

requested assistance for Mrs. Clark, C. C. Crosby, J. C. Dixon,, and November for WPA work but however, and ha announced his tion of the library during the next Just address your letters to SantaIn : ; .

. Madison HaU and the Board placed Jessie Fountain, Floyd Fender cannot certify any new cases. Intention of seeing' that the game four months, but that the librarian FROST KILLS care of this newspaper.The r\\ .'

her on the Pauper Roll at $2 Fisher Casklns, Ancll Griffls, Those unable to work will have to law are enforced. Mr. Walnwrlght Would not be paid any back salary. four letter received this j': ,

per month. Charlie Hilllard James Hodges depend on th ecounty for all at say that at the present time there Since some time elapsed after ,BERRY BLOOM week follow: .J:, '
Elbert Jenkins Geo. W, Johnson, [seem to be few hunter la this section
Mrs. Ellen Padgett"wua placed the present time she said. the Interview with Mr. McMuIlen Theresa, Flo. 'i ,
D. I. Knight A. H. Kelsey Enoch probably'because of the dry TEMPERATURE! DROPS TO
took and no fund were : ''.
place
1'
oa the Pauper Roll at $2 per Dee,' 8, 1934.
i Kelly, Elbert Lowe Tasco L. Lee Killed Banded Dove ;weather which makes, tracking Interested 27 DEGREES TUESDAY .
month, Mrs. W. A Feeler was raised forthcoming persons W'1I
Ovid difficult. Dear Santa:-
Marshall Miller, J. J. Moody game NIGHT
to $3, the allowance of A. L. Manning, Basil M. McRae Joseph Another banded dove was killed here wrote to the district headquarters am a llttl boy 5 years 'Old. :J

Bradley was reduced to $3. Norman Troy Norman, Tom Nor- last week by Leon Alvarez near Johns To Speak In Gainesville" and were Virtually all bloom and muchof I've been nice to, my billy I goat,
Mrs. Lake. These doves are told In reply _you must have '
Georgia Sheppard: having man O'Neal, Paul Oliver J. Crosby the ripening fruit on strawberry you brought me last Xmas. I feed ;
Roy
moved from the county, her allowance T. Prevatt, Bert L. Privett William marked with a metal band around Representative Charley E. Johns misunderstood Mr McMuIlen because plant here were killed this week him corn and briar.. I won".k V 1\

was discontinued.The Cohen Peele Free- one foot by a naturalist In On- has been invited to speak to the we have received no approval by temperature. which reached a for much this Xmas a* I know It ;tI '
Tax Collector his Pringle, arlo, Canada, in order that he Parent-Teachers Association at or advice of allotment on the
presented 'tq J
Rhoden, W. C. Rhoden, Frank low of twenty-nine degree Tuesday II I bard times and you have lot of
Report of Errors, Double Assess- man John W. Reynolds Lind- might study their habits! of mlgra- Ralford, Friday afternoon at 8:30: Starke Ubrary project consequently morning. Brisk wind pro- other little boy and girl to take r.

meats, and Insolvencies for the Reynolds Rowe W. M. Reddish, Perry tion. Several of these doves were o'clock. He'will talk on'the sub- we cannot work on this project", vented damage from frost Sunday, presents. Please bring a wagon ;,\
year 1934 same was ordered filed icy killed near here last season. ject of schools. or pay anyone for working on It.
D. Reddish, Nathan Raulerson, but white blanket were seen on and lot of fruit. Don't forget I
by the Board, and laid over till Curtis Smith Willie Starling the ground Monday, Tuesday have a little baby sister she want) '.
December WHAT A SCRAP THIS IS GONNA BEfa
5. Clyde Starling Cecil Smith Vernon Wednesday. and Thursday morn- a doll. :

Miss Gertrude A. Heerlng Social Slade, T. T. Tetstone, A. C. Ings. Lots ot Love ;'

bal Service Director, made a ver- Tetstone, Carlos Thornton Harley Ripe berries from nearby farms Rodney Hall. ;,
report to the Board concerning
Thornton, Elfrld Thomas Earl were just beginning to appear on -'

department.the changes being made in her Thomas, George Tetstone H. F. the local market and foreign shipments Theressa' Fla.' y

Warren, Tom Warren, A. H. Warren would have begun the latter Dec. 6. 1935
Application of Thomas Reed for Walter White Nelson Thorn part of this month If cold Dear Old santa- #

pauper.allowance was refused. ton, David Browning, Fred Bryant weather had not prevented.Plant I am a little girl 0 year old 41

-- Walter E. Taylor Randall Wig- 'lei AIM1ONtI01A4' p8w City also reported''' low and in the Brd grade I gt good r

STUMP GIVES glna. Jim Norman, F J..Pattee-W, temperature,, and the movement essons. and love my teacher

W. Swtlley. I Hof fruit from that point baa been Pleas bring me a'' doll that cries Vt,
SEAL RULES It Is expected: ':that' : a large quoteof \ considerably slowed up.' Only nine I and say ma ma, and goes to sleep M

SHOULD NOT BE PLACEDON negro labor will be called at the ( oho N or ten pony refer moved from I have a little baby' sister, bring r'

FRONT OF LETTERS end of this week. VON there the first of this week. Prices her a doll Ux>. Don't forget to
,- from twenty to twen- teacher nice.
HE SAYS are reported bring my something 4
.. -cc; ty-five cents a pint. I want lots of fruit. h
WEATHER
>., "Christmas Seal belong on the I NEW Week-end frost In the muck Love d

back and not on the front of packages SERVICEOFFERED < f e land section of South Florida caused Margery Hall., if{ e

, and letter.,". said F, F, .r rci a damage to vegetable crops estimated -
stump postmaster of Starke poet- GROWERS BY at $250,000. The ruined I Dear Santa' ClaUII.I +a aI

office "In affixing: Christmas SEABOARD AIR crop included pea, beans, peppers I want a little table a'n chair an

MS to the front-of an envelope, LINE eggplant and cabbage. Thousands 'spoon an knife an doll an cartage

rer> are violating postal regulations of negro bean picker! !were" an a, doll bed an dishes an little
Continuing March, the
,," he continued. "These regu"Hons through thrown out of employmentGraham wagon. an a little playcar. an doll .
must be compiled with if Seaboard Air Line Railway throughthe .dread an little shoes and stockings. ,

i III&Il l Is to receive prompt atten- cooperation of the United PromotedWord I want some ornge an apple tan- i l
. State Weather Bureau at Lake- reang an candy. We had a good J r''
'''lies."To land'ha; arranged to distribute by has recently been received time at Thaoksgtv '
USe the Christmas Seal on her of the promotion of Billy 'Ii"
Seaboard telegraph facilities the Claus'
!be from Jessie to Santa < i
address aide of an envelope 1* These Graham to asaUtant in cotton adjustment '
*.*"confusing to the mall clerks" dally weather report In Hok County. good by to you ,:
weather forecasts which ar* made C program I here *
tilt Christmas *
Stump said let ef writes that mary r
"However me Weather Bu- :; North Carolina. BWy -
by the United State .
1A an a pUto 4'.T.
"mend to '
the ChrlatJJ and
your use he like the work any time
Seals reau are telegraphed dally to the ..... Ma Jones., i
which, went on sale In 'Seaboard Station Agent in all of any of his friend here are passing M..,

work J*rke Thanksgiving. Day.. The tins commercial fruit and vegetable I through Ra ford J*. C., lee wishes Dear Santa Claus- ,(
they have done In this and would for visit.
they stop a
. of Florida. The bed i'f
GUIer. producing sections I want doll piano an a little
communities In Florida la v -
nest grower can secure this information an dishes an little table an spoon b
Important
oar citizens." to the"health of by either going to the Seaboard Prominent Vltltor an knife an fort an doll cloth an

Station where the dally report A. C. Elder secretary of the llttl stove an a ball an apple aa

I*posted on the rdstation Florida' Local Underwriter Association cringes, an candy tanreang aa a ,,
; Few Tag:Sold, or by phoning the visited In Starke last week little CIai''an a pick of cow aa

Tax Collector C.'A. Knight bas agent. and wa the gust of the John hoes good i by to you. by by by ,

"* ten of the hew red and white It I* hoped that the fruit and '..... Walnwrlght and H. C. Wall insurance that all I can thank of now.:

1938 automobile tag since they vegetable grower: of the state >>r" ,., firm Mr-: finer I* traveling from Cora- Bell Jones'to Santa ',

sale here Monday. *rWo,01 will take advantage of this service reprentaUv of the Florida Association I C1aW.. Itr
to them through the of Insurant'mn and his .
;: ? Eppenoq..... the tint offered free
7 ?rch s $10 V tag and.Supt. courtesy Of.the Seaboard Air Line many triennia:In Stark ,Welcome { Cinnamon 's'dried bark of the fr'a
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ti luQtun. -was the Hrst.to..get. Railway"and tile 'tTnlUd-. ,State .. -a. -, .- J. '. qg.--. : -, his visits teN: t..... Ir.a ; 3

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ii FRIDAY DECEMBER 8. 1933
FLOUIOA
STA11KT
BKADFOKO) C OUNTY TELEGRAPH. -...-_--..- --- I -- ---- -

TWO. I MISSION HALL Sept Southeast quarter
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---- .' .--- -- -- MRS. M. L. HOUGH Southeast. Quarter. (SE Sliui. ) ar
------- --- LAWTEY 1 half (NH and hail North
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at Horn w.t
born
LEVEL W
PINE was (
Leila Myers )
BROOKER The cold night kept a few of the Jouthwest Quarter (IIW\4)\ af
ZIFF tCity 15 1881. andpassed an
Corre.p..d.s November Joutheast Quarter
( O. J. Pallllpe. da.
Ml* !..!. .... ........, CoMr. '_...._. Hill Vera Galney, Correspondent! Mrs, U. M.: MeRae, Correspondent ervllle November 23, 1035 "Regulars" who live some distance west Quarter (SWVti S21%)and or 8outb
W"
Election away Tues halt : %) ot "
the Bible study
from MoUlh.aat
and Mrs.: Willis Dyal and m. at her home On\4\\W d Qu..rtor
Mr. o'clock n
held Tuesday at 11- p. Northeast
Thomas and At the election there was a
: and Mrs. H. B. This community has been the Tbanka- City day: evening, however (NE\o So..th..t. Quertep
Fa spent Quarter
Etta .
children Jacksonville were vta- of two small fires this week ; daughter, Ceo. P'. Young was elected a* near Brooker. K. L. good attendance and Interest. The ot lIaoUnn: 1M: aU or Suction 21 III: !!:,
scene with their paorentll married to Mr. ; ilUlt
grlvlcg' at Sampson andJ. She wa halt (E%) ot ..
clerk Ncrth..Ht
Mr. and and O. So Phillip was"Two
lUng Mr. TIioIDU' parent, The home of Mr. and( Mr. William Mr. and Mr. J. E. Brown. mayor and to them were born subject under consideration (NKi",) and East Quarter
Sunda%. eve L. Harrell and M. B. Plummet Hough Resurectlona" and the study, Quarter !: or
Mra. J, B. Thomas, Malphur caught fire Sunday :J. C. Priest and F. T. Wall of term. five children all of whom are left sr-ji, W' ( :vP'Also alof
(
Mr. and Mr. J. W. Lewis and ning. The garage run by Tiptoe Green Cove Spring were) vlalUnI'LeB1le as councilmen for a two year In the to mourn a devoted mother. as well a* the music wa led by quarter (NE'4) lying>!o) .a.t North"aot of

eon Purvl, and daughter Mini and Stewart caught fire Tuesday Fountain Thursday.Mr. Little Interest was shown was an invalid for W. A. Scott who made the points In Section. ao: North..t. Quart"rlvor
Hazel Thorn- Both these fires were election a* there was only one race Mr*. Hough clear and definite while the usual CNE'4) ot Section 82; North
Mae also Mid morning. active mind ( ) and hair
Lula and Mr Ancil Tetston month but her N34 Northeast Quarter.
where there wa opposition. many with (N\4)!!
them \
returned home Friday after extinguished before much damage I thoughtful of leader, emphasized or .South..t Quarter.
be CSE'41
as to to
have moved with bill family did not cease Section. East CJr
In Hlnes- Illustration and some closing 13i hair (CM') or
pending several day resulted. Hampton.Mrs. CfeflaYftfp Week all her loved one, friend\ and crayon east. Quart.r CNEI%) anlr North.
BOUlhwo.I
nUe<3.., with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis The community sewing' center taking an Interest In remark The time has come Quarter (SW ) or Northeast.
Russell Thomas of Rising J H.-Moore Tuesday called neighbors, t..r ( and Quar.
NE'4)
Mayor
interestedIn
and Snuthea.t
Mr. vitally
.
"OldLodge"
and daughter moved' from the home the when people are Qu.rt., .
son-in-law has been here with clean' week every thing about her (MI '4) ot Northwest.
Sunday ancftial, up
of Mia Mary section spent for an these subjects a* found In the (NW%) and West Quarter
Mrs. ,W S. Ray. to the home community.The half
the
E. the school and tw1\,
J. for
her parent, Mr. and :Mr. for the city oi Lawtey Word. Northwest Quarter of
Miss Rhoda This I much more convenient study of God' (NWIU ,
and ,
Mr. Griffin Mott. Starling. week of December 9 and requestedthat large congregation of both South half CS ) ot Section II aM
Jacksonville were visiting and more comfortable for The service was especially or Section 81. elloopt ; all
Thomas of presentat song W..t
Jacksonville all owner clean up white and colored people half
property
CW
Anderson of %) of Southeact
and relatives here thl those who are working. Farley the leader placing the emphasis Quarter (SN..).
friend here with friend their property,and thereby improve the funeral showed the high esteem good North bait (NIiI nr Northw..i

week; Among those from here who spent Sunday the 'look of the town for by which she was held. on the message more than Quarter. (NW3f ) of Section 88: all
and Mrs. H. :M. McRae had In Township South.
In Mr. RanKe
Mlasos Donnie and Reaver' Mann were transacting business J. W. the winter a&8Olt. Before her limes aha was always the melody. Ea.t. az

and Miss Frances Smith spent Starke Monday were: H.P.Oalney as guests Thanksgiving thinking of thing to>> do for Preparation are under way for Northeast Quarter ( ofHUon > or

several days last week here with and daughter, Vera R. T. Osteen, Buddington and daughter and Mr, .Ernestine B. M.-1 Personal other, dividing with those less the observance of the Christmas Southwest 1. Town.hlp Quarts B CBW\4) So';.

:Miss: Hazel Thomas.P. R..A. Week, P. A. Crosby, and of Starke Mr. Miss Luella,.Tatum of DeLand fortunate. bringing cheer to thoseIn season the first' meeting to beheld I East and will on WondnyV{ 81h 21

: W. Lewi of Jacksonville visited Clyde Kelley. McRae and children Qua and Fountain Mia was visiting,relatives and friends trouble and sympathy to the at the Mission Hall on Thursday day Court at HOUR.January Door, 1938.In in Stark.front.0 Flop.t 1 th

his parent here recently.Rev. Mr .and Mrs. E. M. Hazen and Miss Eula Mae Dyal here over the weekend.Mr. bereaved, helping In sickness ever evening at 7:00: o'clock. Id... between. the l..g'l. hnura of saleS
offer for sale .
and
Arle Fountain.Mr. cell
and family of Mr. and Mrs, Marvin Hazen motored McLeod of to make this world a better evening the .arna t':
C. C. Johns and and Mr*. 3. J. trying Those present Tuesday the hIghest and bent hiddor for
McRae eUh
Starke were guest of Mr. and to Jacksonville Saturday.A. and Mrs. H. M. Sunday in Melrose spent, Thanksgiving herewith place in which to live by dividing voted unanimously a desire for a t.to.satisfy. and cocte.PARKS and .pay said final door..

j Mrs. J. W. Lewis here Sunday.L. D. Crosby of Youkon was vis- daughter Odessa, spent with their Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanch- her blessing with others Her Christmas without fireworks anda M. CARMICIIAL!:: ,

O. and Johnnie Lewis were Itlng his parent, Mr. and Mrs. P. Gum Branch section unselfish life should be an Inspiration noisy type of celebration in the A. Sp..I.1 Mauler In Chancery.
Norman. u.I.4t-n.n
T. N.
Mr
visiting in Fairbanks Thursday af A. Crosby, here lust Wednesday.Mr. daughter ard.Mr.. and Mr*. M. B. Plummer to other town or community for this beau-
Miss Edna Lewis of Rising was was charitable with NOTICE 0. APPI..('
and Mrs. Hough sacred TlO.
Webb at tiful season.
ternoon. and Mrs. W. D. and family spent Thanksgiving FOR T'\X
of H. L. Hough visiting Mla Vests MoRse Mon- in their view and fair inher to be heard DIU'.1t
The residence children spent Thanksgiving In Anthony.Mr. people A new section ia ('Ie..t.!' Bill No. ltj)

was destroyed Monday night by with friends and relative Judgment.For from next week when the Beulah NOTICE 111; HEREBY GIVEN
Jacksonville and
day.Several and Mra. J. M. Reddish That
ex- this section Mr*. Hough Lawt..y TurpentIne Cornpan
In
an
caused and
fire which was by accompaniedhome of the men many year. Church pastor with musician
*. They were Thanksgiving at a corporation holder .r Tax ('...rtlll.eat. I.
for the cross- family spent member of the Methodist from other .. Numbered .
ploalon o( Miss Hazel Cunninghamof left Tuesday was a choir assisted by some respectively 150.
by and Mrs.
gasoline.V Jacksonville with.Mr. and served a* pianist and 181. 111. 181 182. 183. and iso. i I..
o Church in the serv-
I Miami who spent the week-end state canal. Vernon Rowe. point will take a part Cued the 4th., day of July A. D.

"l VANDERBILT ;here. Miss Mildred Warren of Starke helped In all activities.. -Of- the ice. Tuesday evening remember 192?. ha. filed name lii my off$0$ and

with Misses Miss Mary..Rome of Jacksonville church. and'don't miss them.Don't ha made application for tax tired.
Bloods worth Cor.) those from here who attended spent the week.end to be Issued thereon. Said' .ortill.
Debris with
t (Mini Among spent the week-end. here .The Rev. G. K McGauley conducted _te* embraces .
of Mr. Sue Mae Eula Mae and Etta Fae Dyal. respectively the In)
and I the funeral friend jt the funeral service at the i lowing_ '. '.! .. ': properties, _ln..1to' i..
and Mrs.F.M. Norman at number of young people .- !? -
; Mr. D. C., Quite a Get Up Nights State
of Washington Of
Wilson 1"lor.
daughter, Miss CarraBelle spent Mr. and enjoyed the cane grinding and Mr.' and'Mri : W. H., Bigg and home Sunday afternoon being a :;;;; .; ';Itlun..nuru.

holidays In Ma- New Hope Sunday were at the home of Miss Mr., and Mrs. E. B. Well spent friend for year be could speak of TillS aim BLtnnnn LAXATIVE!) ( ertlficate. No. Ill embrace.. RE'4
the Thanksgiving Mrs. E. M. Hazen Mr. and Mrs. candy pulling bereaved v.unlO CIt ,t HEIi & Ic4! of NWIi ntIIEI4 4

Ion. visiting Q. C. Norman. O. W. Hazen. B. F. Hazen and H. Debris Bloodaworth In Vanderbilt Thanksgiving at Starke with Dr. her good life and comfort the It falls to flush out Impuritiesand ]1134 ot NWtq of NW\4 of Nl' a: WIfNW /,
and Mr. E. -Blg-gs. family and large congregation % ot NE'4 or NW A !E4:\, Dl!
Mr. and Mr*. M. B. Futch P. Gainey. .Mr. Wilson was the section Friday night. ,and exceii acid which the irregularity 1,;W4 .f NWI4 8. sW\.ol NW*I, Er
spent Ocaia spent Prof. A. E. Maxwell spent the pointing each one to her Sa that wakes you up. Get In 8E Cor.
of 10to &
Lawtey nr
1 IIIOID Benton. of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe De- Wesley McRae huchu. Juniper oil etc.. In llttl. green W\iI\ flW\4\ A

t -Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. W B. Loach of Lacrosse. Thanksgiving and the weekendhere week-end at his borne at Green viour for comfort In sorrow. tablet culled. Bukets. the- bladder. j J wU of& NWV&of SWW NIft Lf of SW\' of A

Btoodsworth and family. with his family. Cove Springs. Uncle Dock Sawyer. an aged laxative. ;Work on the bladder bowel similar -. I JJ4 of NEW of SWW A W\ of 8W\!
oil the
( Brooker P. r. A. and Miss Deb- colored minister who had known to cantor nn '>f 8E% & NWW of SEU i WUJWW. ol!
: Mr. and Mr. William Greene o Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Newman Mr*. O. J. Phillips Poorly acting bladder can cause.
The Broker P. T. A. la sponsorIng M. B. 'Plum- for over thirty year, desire burn- of NEV. of SKi/ Sm-tlon II'
) Jacksonville spent Thursday with have moved to Ocala where Mr. bie Philips and Mrs. Mrs. Hough scanty flow frequent township B South Hange U Eat,
and If
.. four day
Ruuel Norman. a pie-coffee supper pro with the mer were shopping in Jacksonville poke of her many acts of kindness Inn or backache In ind containing 145 Acre mora ores.
t Mr. and Mrs. also going to give Newman has employment not pleased any druggist will refund j ..
and childrenof gram. They are Friday. and charitable deeds towardthe 26o. :Mitchell'* Drug Store.MASTER'S .
Mrs. Henry Jordan to. the croas-atate canal. your Certificate. No. 181 embrace. .,
Blackahear Ga., were visitingat away a Dutch-Doll quilt Mr. and Mrs. B. E. McRae and Rev. C. B.. Cutshaw and son colored people In their employ. SALE '7W4 ot IJW% of NE"* *: ttl::; ci;

tile home of F. M. Norman and one who has the lucky of number.Friday children of the State Farm were Woodrow were business visitors to, He then offered prayer and his NOTICE I I.. hereby. given that under NW',. ':: NWWf NWy A&NW W? o of NW'4 NN' ot ci

; W.: B. BloocI worth during the This will be an event come visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc Jacksonville Monday. ; choir all of whom she had known foreclosure and by virtue made of a and Final renderedby Decreeof & S> nBV4 of IIW% ol NW\4\

night. December 6. Everyone who 1* attending "The Sun Shall 61: Navy Of SWI4&: NE'4 ot RWI4 citwve
/ weekend.Mr. Sunday afternoon. William Wooten many years, sang: the Honorable H. L. Sebring.Judge .
Rae ft 8WU of of
to the 8BV RW\4\ It
who 1 lucky. Come .. Court of the
: aDd Mr. D. N. Denmark, and see -- -- Carlisle. Military Academy Never Go Down. A song Mra. f the Circuit Of Florida. In ;Ew of NEW of SWi/i &
Circuit
Mill Beu- Brooker School building.BETHEL. ,the Thanksgiving at his had often enjoyed bearing 8th Judicial In Chancery ;wj j of SHIM A RW& of NW\JOf
,. Mrs. W. O. Silcox and RISING spent Hough and for Bradford County Itfi. SEV4 A NEW of NW\% of BE

; lah' Edwards of Starke spent CorrespondentThe home here. them Blng.Surviving. dated November. therein. 1936 lately, .In of NEH of SEW of Suction 2? Town.
Ml** Edna Lewis! : H. L. that certain. cause hip B South. Range 22 Ennt
Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Russet Mr F. R. Carraalne was shopping are her husband pendingbetween The Federal Land coalnlng -
170 Acre lung
: more "or
ir Norman. Mrs. Ralph Galney, Correspondent Bradford County Singing In Jacksonville Tuesday.A. Hough of Brooker; Leon H. Hough Bank of Columbia, Plaintiff and. and'M. Certificate. No. 171. embrace, NI
Tavenner
Thomas ofOalaeavUI December Thomas of,Starke wa a of Jacksonville; ,Lena Hough, Ar- C. WIIII.m'l( Oeortte .!.C.JKH ot' NW%. of NEW and EI.! ..fNW
; Cr. and Mr. George and baby Convention will meet Sunday J,, Tavenner, and B. M of NEW Bit 800 ft K A1030 Vfby,
Mrs: Ralph Galney f'r: r .
pent Thursday with.. week-end with her parents 8 at Corinth ,Church.. .. Everybody visitor hereuesday. cadia; Carl R.: Hough Meyers K. *, Defendants therein, the appointed undersigned f t N & jf on n side ft< !!; .\ 10
last who wan
pent Dorria Hough of SW cor of SWW of NE'i of NEW A
t and
and Mra..William Sapp.Mr invited. Hough to
Mr. In Chancery.
Is Mauler
in Lake City. an Special 8 134 of NW i of SWV. of NEW A S"".
*. J. C. Alvarez and family bas returnedto Mrs. A. A. Hutchison came home WOODLAWN Brooker. Also surviving are sev- execute. the name will on Monday otBW% of NEW ft NEi' of
Catherine Galney and an only the 8th January 1536, during; NW ft SWW Of 8BV of NWH\ A
Carl children
Mrs. Sapp : :
Sunday with a few day en grand latr
before the
,
peat after spending of ale,
several Sunday the le
'
of &
home after spending M. Correspondent NWV4 EU or
her tire N. Bradley
Lee Myers, who bad made 'Goue. In Starke Florida, sell :Il.4NSJ
'; at Hellbronn. in with her son-in-law and daughter brother Court ( of NWU & NVt itqw'4
I weeks with her grandparents Everett Norman of Jacksonville his home with her, sInce a small to the. highest. and best bidder, for of NWW ft 8% ofNE'4' of SW .
Mr. of land
b '
Lake City. Mr. and Riley M. Kersey cash, the following' c BradfordCounty ot NWU ft flU ofSWVi of NWU a
:
HIGHLAND to report that Plant City. spent Thursday afternoon at the child. Hltuate, lying and being. la 4V4 of NH of NWW of SWH A SE'.
We are sorry R. M. Crosby and and Mr. She wa laid to rest in Dedan Florida to-wltt of 1IJW.. of SWW! ft NEW of 8WS4WH
: .MUM M. E. Crews, Correspondent Richard Lee la on the sick list this Mr. and Mr* homo of hla parents>, Mr. Brooker. NWVJ of BK14 of NWW.of and of 8W of 8WM ofSW% & lt4o!j
.
that he will soon children and Mia Doris Stricklandand W R. Kersey. Cemetery near SE<4 of SW'. of NWU Beo- rcw of Sww & sww of smf9WU

Misses 'Eloise and Kathaleen week we hope Misses Vera Lee and Irine Mia Audrey and Mildred Nor- The pallbearers were: A..B. Sur- tlon 21,21 Township Bust. Containing 5 South of of NWV of SB'i A ot'tEI.
Itnnge ft
,5 l Hardee left Saturday for Hawthorne recover.We are glad to report that Al- Lewis were the guests of Mr. and man of Gum Branch were visiting rencq. T. C. Hazen, T. D. Dyal C. a<-r..*. more or .I.*.. Said. tittleto '>fc tWV4 8BW of of 8EW SEW-- :Section NW of NEW 28, Townnhi ,

where they will make their I bert Gltsson who has been on the Mrs. Eddie Sullivan of Thereasa at the home of Mr. and Mra. W.. S.. Kelley A. L. Crosby and A,- J. with be. the made appurtenance pursuant to said Decreeto iI 103 i t South.Acre. Range,. more IS or East lens.Certificate contalnli!

: home with their, mother Mr*. lick list is able to be up again. Sunday. R. Kersey Sunday afternoon. Sowell. satisfy the ame. and costs. No. 181 embrace.

James Cox. The Misses Hardee Miss Cherry Harrell has returned Mr. and Mr*. R. W. Conner and A large number enjoyed a party Mr*. C. F. Utchfteld. Special K. K. FERRYMAN.An Master In Chancery.. IWW of 8W<4 of NEW of*NEC Eli ci 0
8WW
.
haw made their home here with to her home in Lake City after children were the guest of Mr. given at nth home of Mrs. W. R. ---- I U-lS-6t-il-13 JRVi Jw* of A NWW*SEW 0' NWV4 ft NWlJ

F. M. Crew for T. Shaw of the State .. SAXTON NW O* SWW of NW24W
,their grandfather spending a while with relative and, 1011'11. J. Kersey last Tuesday evening.Mr. ,. MAHTRR'S SALE SIW
NWEt4, 0
'_enI year and while here havenade Farm Sunday; and'-Mrs.* K. E. Yarbrough Mr*. W. A. Tyler Corres.......tDoahla I' NOTICE I. hereby. given that un. lw4<{ Of ofSWU SWVi of A 8WW of NW% 0SW

many friend who will miss here.Tom Lee who ha been visiting Mr. and Mr. L.. L. Conner and Mr. and-Mrs..W, R.,Kersey, Mr*. Thomas--of Palatka 'waa 4er Foreclosure and by virtue made of a and Final renderedby .Decreeof % &: NEW of SW'i 4 S', of 11W''
afl
of NWU\ t'IE
them la the community. In Tampa has returned home. daughter BIna, Mr. and Mr. Mar- Nora .Breuand and Mra. N. M. this section Sunday.Mr. the Honorable H. L. Hobrlna-, }l 8H% &of SEW 4 of ft NWV WH of REV
visitor to
and Mr.'J. O. McCommlck of Gum' Branch were at a Judge. of the Circuit Court of the Section I'ownehip
Mr. cus Conner Bradley attended the hog killing and of Florida.
W. A. Tyler Judicial Circuit ...,
and Mrs.
Eighth 83 E.
W Clar- 5\ Month, Range
and children of Tampa spent Saturday of Mr. and Mr week. In
Rosier' last Bradford County ..
town on
Fernandlna, a fishing the guest Berry Sunday afternoon In and for lontalnlng 420 Acre., more" or let*
night and Sunday here with Hutchinson Sunday.Mr. left for Cross children spent Chancery, dated November. 2let. 1935, .. E'of
northeast of Jacksonville ence Norman Bradley \ Certificate NI> 182, .mbra..L
coast Mrs. O. ateiypending .
the and therein
Mr. ..
and with her parents In that certain cause A SWVi of .W'or
; Mrs. McCormick's father F. M. was established by the Spanish and Mrs. Ruby Crosby City: where he will spend a few L. Brown. "o'a'P Federal LandBank NK 8WW 4 A of WMi NEW of NWK: of NWV4EW 0

the guests of Mr. Mrs.,. R. R. of and T.J NWtt4EW 0
Crew of
children were day with his niece A WU of 5
In 1680. Mra. C. .1.
and ,
of Mra. Lizzie Tyler Clay and wife, Mary day, et & NV4 nNWV itIw&
McCormick Edmonduon NWW
Miss Myrlawynn Walter
and Mrs. ; undersigned. whowap '
the
SWfc
afternoon Defendant of NWVi of !
Thursday oS
:Miss. Maggie Crews and F. M. McCormick Theressa Sunday.Mr. Cain.Mr.. and Mra. P. B. John and C. Summer spent of therein. appointed .. Special N4 of KM NEW of SWV A BWV4 0-
to Wood- was a visitor here Sunday night. of with Mr*. S. R. Starling Master In Chancery to execute. the of NWVi of !SBfc '
were visitors and Mrs. Hllred Wynn tamily have been on the sick list Monday the 6th day BVi of 8WV4 A N%
arrived Monday amtt. will. on NWW of BE'4 A NE'4 >0
Carter Heilbronn. of
Richard
lawn Saturday night. Tampa. Mr*. Robert Wynn and For'some time. We all hope that of January, 19J8. during; the legalhour SElJx: SEW:! HEW: A WH of 8W(41B ( .'
Pleasant Hill La., for a visIt O. T Nelson was visiting friend ale, before. the CourtHouse Bight
J. T. Marr ;and Lacy Norman from daughter Irtne and Mr*. M. J. they will soon recover. of Florida sell <4 A: NV4 of 8EV4 of SR'4 IBM

were visitor to Starke Saturday. ,with his parent, Mr. and- Mrs. Fout of Plant City were visitingMr. Freeman, .andLeon Starlingwere hi Lawtey Sunday.' filled his to the door highest In and Btarke beat. bidder. for Ion 84 of, way Township A S* 5 of South 8W4 of Rang 8.

Miss France Starling of Clay B. Carter' ..and Mr.. H"H. Lewis recently. visiting at th home of W. R. Rev. W. H. Hutson cash the following described In BradfordCounty. lands, aa East containing; 445 acres met
and being
of Maxvllle here Sundaymorning iiltuate, lying ;
M F.: Knight appointment .
Rev. regular less.Certificate
Mr. Effie or>
Hill yUited. her slater Sunday. Florida. to-witt---- '
Kersey S'ot
at the Bap.tlt' and Sunday flight. No. I8S smhrarBi
service half of
held regular and son of South half of South
Carter here) Saturday. Mr*. Jack Edward -. of and Southeast. NBVi NH of BBSi of NW14IBW
and .
: L. Silcox quarter
church 4 Sunday morning ; Mr. and Mr: W. Southeast W !I''
visiting and SCHEDULE A
,Mr. ,and Mr*. Ralford Starlingof Crosby Lake were Mr. TRAIN quarter of Southwest. quarter. ofectlon of SEW of NWV.
'
Black Creek visited relatives Sunday nightSam Walter Underbill Saturday. Effective June 16th trains 11 :Starke were visiting Mr.R. L. Lee 18; Northeast quarter otNortll..t wv l of SEW of NW IIW\4 A SWft\ *\ N'ot lJWft I''

,hero Sunday. Kennard of Fernandina was Mrs.Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp of and 12 will be, discontinued and I and family Sunday. and Northwest. quarter. 'of Section S3; SWW A W ofSWW of NW"of lit SWVi :of WN'4E';;

Joseph Well of Jacksonville, visitor here Monday. Branch were the guest! ol trains 15 and" 16 will run a* follows Rev. L. A. Donnely was visiting tlon S4 lens eouth : I'trtBrh w4w& SBH of 8WW to *WIIW'
Gum Sunday. .. quarter of les* 8 Acres
t
E. E. Leland and family half of Southw SB'
A
I S Wilton Conner Sun : "7les. 10 A. In SB Cor
Mr. and Mr*. Northwest quarter of Section Bank' S.e
Southbound There will be an all day meeting 14 all In Township S South, ..x. 8WW\ of SWW of SEW of
r FUNERAL HOME day. next Sun- containing 270 Ion U. Township I South Ram
BOREE Grove Church 10 Bast
Starke 11:31: P. M. I at China flange mo
Wealey McRae of Ooala penl No 1-Due *, more or les, .IS East containing 430 Acres

Full line of Casket ft Undertaker Supplies week-end here with relative. No. 15-Due Starke 4:08 P. M. day. Everybody welcome. wtt'i.r"the appurtenances, said! sale 0" I.... embraces W'

8EKVICEDAY the !!' 0:42 A. M. to be made pursuant to .ald Decreeto CertifIcate NO. 114. HU.144BV4 .<'
AMBULANCE No. 107-Due Starke the and coats.B. .if NSV4 of NEM A 8E: \4" of :
satisfy same W
AND NIGHT No. 191-Due Starke '10:87: P. M. It has been estimated that more K. PERHYMAN. A NWW of SKV of NE14 SWH* '

: 53 GRAHAM NorthboundNo. than 40000.000 persons in the: A. Special Master In Chancery.. .8WH_ ofNEl4 &Nlc..0f .....
PHONE -- '
:: 53 ...... C.<< assHfc _.*ii.ej.t.Mr improperly ll-ia-tt-11-27.' -%. a NWIlo 01 ,tit, & 5.I NE'4- -'
I. States are NfE of
O. U. BENNETT, Mft-r. 2-Due Starke 6:22 A. M. United SE A S''%!( ot wI(, 5 8

"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"Announcement *. Delmar McKlnile and Mlsi No.' 16-Due' Stark' 12:43 P. M. housed. I MASTRR1! SALE of 811274'=Y.a.. ot W4 HW"ot NW'4 ot 8E\of("IJE'4: II'"

Cleo McKlnzie of Hart Haven No. 108-Due Starke 5:11 P. M. .NOTICE and by I virtue* hereby of a given Final that Deere under <-. SEW\ 4 8WW. IItS'%" of NWlit.of NFJIIo NW'

= were visiting the former" parent. Starke and Waanee Branch Pavlowa. famous ballet dancer I of Foreclosure made. and rendered of SEW 'of NWW of ft Section EV. 38 Tow'
Sun distance of twentyfivemile Honorable H. L. Sebrlng. N W>\ of NW W J co,
covered the East
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Surrency. No. 101-Leave* Starke 7:00 A. M. a by of the Circuit Court of th. .hlp 15 80uth. Rang. 23 ''e...
Judge
or
No. 102-Arrive* Starke 1:60: P.M.T. during_ each ,of her major 8th Judicial Circuit of Florida Ir talnlng B4S. Acres. of more the said pro
I. ...esmnt
day.A.. Padgett of the Cro-StaU J. GRIFFIN. stage performances.' and for dated Bradford December. County 3. In In Chan-thai erty. The under the said c.rtlftej of lIreVO<." I'i

canal wa visiting his family over certain aery cause therein. lately pending sued wa In the name

NOTICE between. Sidney Park. a* plain Properties Inc.certificate. shall [
the holiday attended tiff and W, B. Parks. II. A. Dew. Unless wU4 to la... I[
-- 0..W. Dial and on. Truman, J. J. Truby. fttockwetl, a* Conservator redeemed according therein lIt
'
the' livestock sale In Notice Is hereby arlven that the f.;oMowln, described. lands. or so milchth..r.ot of fh..L. Bank of Starke.'; properties described bidder at
will' be neeeary to pay tI.. amount due for taxe. herein setopposite Corporation Bill Hines. and Mr Bill, sold to the highest the first M.'
> a.
I Gainesville Monday. % to the. same toother with cost of such sail and advertising. Hines. Defendant the undersigned. oourt-houae Month door on of JanuarY. Itl

I L. C. Smith and Rev. Daughtrj will be sold at public auction on the ith' day of January lilt at.Starke, who was therein appointed a executtthe Special day which In I the* the 4th., day of Januar."Dated .
to
attended church at the county of,Bradford. r"\1\ Chancery '
of dayno Monday the 4tt Nov.mb.
same, on this 14th.. day of

1'beressa Sunday.Rev. .. R A. .TaieeO.eei'1t. :..t.iclel4 day of January. A. sale D. tn.before durlnsthe the ."". .
Stark tilled .. .. T legal hours of .J.THOMASClerk
moat'modern Cold Storageand C. Joan of Courthouse Ifat A.
the South door of the Clroe'it Court
rfcfc F We,hftre his regular appointment at thiCbriaUaa of NBK,_________ 1 to 40 Empire Lumber Co. --, CCCS4 ark e. Florida sell. to the .....h..t't.t of Bradford*t County. FloH
of 11 I 10 SO Empire Lumber C*.___,' U.I' and best for cash th* following J
Plant in Central Florida- Church Sunday. NIC K !*' 1 .. 40 Rmplre Lumber Co._ T.'I '. : : lands situate. lying : ll-U-Bt-ll-U ---
Meat Curing loin Lillian Conway of Palatka, a" of 8Et---------1 1 10 toII Empire Lumber. C.__ liiirig and tb-fu1.' Bradford County,,. -OltOBR--OF-FVIII.ICATIp2- AN

Mr*. C :U Florida APPIBA
house in connection. was visiting her mother. IIW, & 8W of 8W%_" 1 It 'I Bmplro Lumber'C...__ 11.11 The EH of the SWVI of the NOTICH TW to Par)
with a modern smoke Fog for several day last week. !434 ot-IIW _____\ a I Rmplre LumberBmplre Co._. 11.0' SBV4 of Section 11, Town.hlp C NOTICB Is hereby wife.given Mrs. Plrll"
I' LumberRmplre Co.___ 11.0' 8. Calkins and '
89,4, of 8W :1'I .0 RangII containing of Co""
South
____ Lumber Co._ 1.10 .ti Calkin, that a Bill ..,
IB* sWi ot eWl. __,__ It .0 SO acree. more .., ana
GUM BRANCH 5n14! 0' SEi __-__ I I 40 Empire Lumber Co..___ T.10 with the appurtenance said sale tc has been filed agalnet Court you of Br'

0... All ____ '_____ _" I ii ItO Bmplro Lumber Co.__ lU." be mad. pursuant to said Deere. to.atl.fy of you In the Circuit In Chane-
k PRICESWe Mia Elizabeth .anaP. of NW"H KV ;< and coat. ford County Florida. ntltw"1 T
the same
INCREASE 11 Lumber Co..___ 11.71 that certain cause
NO -* "iiif"I 110 :Empire B. K. PERHTMAN.A in Bank of \o..m:
Mr. and Mrsi H. M. McRa and WV, of As Special Master. ,In Chancery. Federal Land Perley B. C.lkl
i of wk of awu! of Plaintiff v.rsu. CaIklfla
A tt-f-1
W? daughter Odessa, were the guesti NBVi A N J A of B& of and wife. IIr.. p.rley forSclOU S. a IftO

of Mr*. T. N. Norman Sunday. 8Btf of NWU, BH of NOTICE OF SPECIAL HA8TlDR' al.. D.f.n"ant. to the followlnll ii.orlbed

A Specialize In Sugar Cured Meat Miss Thelma Gaskin of of Bootsey last- NIA.fni4of NK. _."k._. .NWU.Iof _?__10 I- II 14- ,Frank P. Thomas 1152' Notice I I.. hereby BALlI given that under .Ins gage In covering the land.County. situaie-of Bradtord.lying .nd lit I
spent part iNWof -
Beach %
and Mildred tfofN 8B'4 of IWM .____10.. II M B. B..Norman ___. 3112N" and by vIrtue of that certain and order final of Florida, to-wlt: lOrtb00tquart.r. .
week with Misses Audrey 8E14SWV4 SWt decree of foreclosure' ... of ? .

WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTIONGAINESVILLE Norman.. SW"of .___10 '11 11O limp Ire Lumber Co._ .ILCIofWFNW of sale mad and rendered by of theHonorable tll.Jud. Northeast.' ,Section Three (81.Towu.hlD 0
% .........U'' I II 10 Lester Crosby -..--- all A. Z. Adkln one Six (I) south
N0- 0
ot Rising 119,4! Judicial Circuit Ealt
Mrs. L. C. Conner 01 .. .. I II 10 VnllnowD ...._. -- I." ... of the Eighth : Tw.nty-t. ((21)
Of 11 eon
BVs k>n i% Kt n I of Florida In, and for M..adC..anty. Range .
of her parent. Meridian ..
the guest Ol* East .
Uon was Lot C Otts Sub the Valiahas.e
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Ird day
dated the
K Mr. and Mr*. W. C.. Clemonr.: Sun -:I.w.i II,,::::.:. 5. n 10)' frt:::: ._ __: ..__._:= UI December ford: A.. D. 1(18. In that .certain taming lee. forty (.0) aorl"

& : NWU, 8W' .,__ : I as 40 Mr*. Alice J. Hughee.__,. 14." cause therein pending whereinB. and each .ot 7
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B day.Mrs. 8" vent wa* and In Plaintiff TII.r.o. you ..... "
: and ebB- Cor of .r.uIr.d .d.
Marion Browning Con at NB NB.n and Fred C. Miller and Florence R flamed 18 this Notice tll. ..
her parent. of 8WU, 4It run :' Miller, and other, were to Appear to '
visiting :
dren were ft for a p8 0 b... and robl'be': a *, and wherein of Complain so flied allalnt. .l
.
H. L. Edward. Friday th.nCl.8 tttft to High of JanuarY
Mr. and Mr* the undoralgnad was appointed a.Special on tll. Itb day .
rlOfrl
way. thence W 110 ft toQr Master. In Chancery to execute the Court House In Stark'
afternoon. Seo line, thenee N 111 that I. a. a jeOre. pro
said final deer.ei otherwIse and S
Mr. and Mr*. Wesley McRae and ft to land I IB., tbenoe B aforesaid .nt.r.eI .aln.t yoa
HoltsendorfS __ 11." Special Master In Chancery will be
CO. II Wilbur
t Appear.
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STORAGE ot Rl- to beg-4.11 A all of tho.: failure to $
COLD. Mr. and Mr* L. A. Crosby eI.I..orIs.22 have levied upon tl.tor.: for that thiS 740'
ft
Thursday wlttMr W los certain lands Ineatedwltbin Bradford ORDRED ..1. for
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Ing section .pent 7S4ftefLet4Isleorof S 11 ManIc Johns __ its County, Florida and describeda be published. OnCe a w the Bra a
*. T. N. Norman and family. NBH :mVk.ft- follows: ooneecutlv week '"D..paper It

; Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St. Mia Annie Mae Hamage ii W Ultl on 8 lde of NBt4of All of Section .e: ,all of Motion County TeUtnraoh circulation a I. lI..tCO'I'
11 Mamlo Johnsss lit all of section II: all of Section Ing; general
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pending several day with NI-ntl!: of NB14- _.t l Mamlo John ..._ .. ass 11, except 8KU of SBHi: all of Section : Florida.Iomber.A. I). I
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H. .. lai half (NV4 of Northwest .
.. Park._11'" 'II.lIae COllat
Uon waa >h* guest ot Mr. and Mrs. _40,.Hampton- Quarter (NWU) of Section M, allot Bradtod
C. 'A. XMlaaT Tax C.U.cto: 'of BtaJford County.- 7t ri..., Seetlon 14; au .f 8etl > *T. on- .-*-**. -*

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p0LUb1E ONE STARKE FLORIDA, FRIDAY DECEMBER 6.1935" NUMBER THIRTEEN y

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EDITORIALSpevotod HONOR ROLL SCHOOL DAYS .,.. By Magazine Contest Basketball Teams 4 '.y}

=.- TWELFTH RADE-Johnnie R ee DWIG7F Brought To CloseThe To Play Sanderson '
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to tho Best Interest of Cone Madeline Crews, Daisy Bel I + 'Silt atvC, &L"I'IO "1M. ,

( Dunn, Robert Faulkner. Audrey' WitA'1h11! \ pltal'PoR" rid't 1u1 Mtllplet11'\ woad wt cart! magazine and 1 book content Both our basketball 'Uamit" will '4

BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL Hall Lea Retta Jeffords, Wilson I i/p ";I'' j+tIQ1U oR,,"1aa wm A WELMwl, lento as avtlp I has been brought to a conclusion. Journey over to SanJersoa for, a d,

Patrons" and Alumnae May LetUe McGee, Alice Royster, 10 ."t'01).rtf ..ItIFJlUI'f 'I h, tl h0 5na:1RKO: 1'0 IJCIIo' Ste $A'*., The contest ran for three weeks clash with the teams of that,?Jhigb J
Students Gllda Marie Thede, lona Tillman., WffaMbtsDtJtlda. The contest was as follows: the
'Wt VIIIK.f: $ill.. school this afternoon. This will be .Jl
Elaine Wynn.ELEVENTH. ,0r.te'a $1'\1.'\ leo, lbMt'e.I room whose pupils brought the '
""" pots ? the second for both sour I
; tofN "" most magazines and books would game ,
EDITORIAL STAFF GRADEWVlrglnli tt. Ttea N, +D 1008" 'e.\AQ
?* tYa .Du-nsv $.5 win a prize. Each book brought team.. .:
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Edltor.ln-Chlef-- A. W. Anders Alvarez, Grace Arwood, Marti e htIei' Owe .. ,
eon Jr. Hemingway Ethel l Packham, 1edi1"0 40V v ...... counted one honor point for the Next Friday Sanderson will:...-

Society _Dorothy White Oleta Smith, Arlie Sponholtz, Eth. WKtt FOR =- pupil bringing It and one point for pay the courtesy by,coming her. "t
Editor the in the contest.
Literary :Marjorie :Marwick el Taylor, Hilda Wyrick, Vlrglmi 1 ....... room the Magazines for return games.So > .
the
joke Editor_:__-.__-Hugh Walters Fugate, Katie Fugate Myrtlc I were counts one-half same only point In magailne each- far neither our boy nor our .?

)Bdltorial Editor .-Alice Royeater Killingsworth. i Doa s glrln' teams have won a gauze tJlaa ;. > .a', /rd

Feature Editor _____:Marl Thede TENTH GRADE-Edna Pearce, t,1 1M feR case.Mrs. each team has played but o*.' ,!0, w a

Elementary Editor ----------- Lillian Stump Willis Smith Pats,, Long's room Is l the lucky game against an experienced squd 'Yj{ ,W
winner of the prize which la a '
_-----------?? Eunice Williams Edmondson Billy Long, France s, rasa" .weta.iP, very this la to be excused :e
i'O pretty framed picture. They had 4
Peek Carol White, And! Futch,, _b 4caoot fifty-four points. I We have hopes, and our hopes ''j y''

Roswell Noegel, L. O. Jones, Dorothy are built on firm foundations of
EDITORIAL Rlgdon Arle Tillman, June I t T1l'M The nearest competitors vr !winning these this/ after* iinot
prt ? games
?afar
The body Is the temple of the Smith. I = Mrs. Beasley's eleventh grade 'i I
e. Remember The eveat.-a
the soul la not our, it la only N. ert room with eleven points and Mrs. : 'I :tf!
soul, NINTH t
GRADE-Clara Flume,, game .botween the boys of B. H.. S. ,
In our charge for a abort Perkins eighth grade room with \
placed Sidney Griffls, Lorraine Hartman,, % rE rf'Z. and S. H. a! and a game between :' ,

tilDe. Loyree Philips, Geraldine Tillman, 0 twelve points. the girls of b H. S. and S. H. S.; : I
The conclusion we draw from I Doris. :Mae Strickland. Mellle Silcox. s ,.. t4aesS d. r No one lost. The pupils receivedthe the time-3:30 p. m. today;--th* 'r' I"
this statement then would be to 1, J\; omen Ask honor points the library received place la Sanderson. Roma If you: ;.

guard the soul welL To do thiswe I EIGHTH' 'GRADE Emmett the books and magazines can and root for B. IL P. '.d '
have to guard'our bod- ,
would Per Tommy Ritcb, Jennelle and the whole school received the -

lee well too. How many of us guardour Hutchings, Vernon Dyal, Billy\ benefit derived from reading them.A .

bodies well T Few of us could Jackson, Ralph Rhodes, L. C, total of fifteen books were ,

answer yes to this question. Some Smith Juanita Barefoot, Doris I received. The total of magaalnea Help Kidneys i

at us weaken our bodies with alco- Crews, Irene Goodge, Grace Green, was one hundred and thirtyfive.HOLIDAYS .. J4 >" >
l i'j ?Llr7.Sfrs
hol, others stunt It with nicotine .-. d .'i.-I""
maltreat It with excessive Caudla Hazen Willa Vida Klllings .. t), NlBht* N.. &' I'I't t:
others ENJOYED : ..
worth, Margaret Pearce. fmlmm. UAMWt B rala -
train, over eating and neglect. .: The students of Bradford High --.wa.-: _... '
SEVENTH GRADE-Mary Lorraine t:::=..rI"ell.to. -. ) ,;
Is it right, is it good is. it beingtrue certainly enjoyed their Thanksgiving
Stockwell Jack Halle. to ,
,
to one's self to one's fellowman holidays to the limit. :Many ':': !i1tr j :::,

to God to treat our bodies In ELEMENTARY DEPARTMENTFIRST 1') went visiting with friends and relatives d .geaeeku

this wayT GRADEMabel Bell, t p, ; and all enjoyed a big ,. I
Or wouldn't it be better perhaps Thanksgiving dinner Though

to seep.-to live-a healthy, Geraldine Carrie Bell Nettles, Annie, Annie Mae Mae Griffls Ruls, :; let there were some dinner "Hang Cold ,J +:

happy life, full of service and loveto r overs" last Friday. Monday morn-
and
William Parker Wllllard l
Gunter 66 6
others, and living a fuller, richer Leon Ellington, Ray Drlskel. Jim + ing found every one bright and 'Feverfirst l} ,;,
cheerful. ,
life by availing ourselves of thee ." ,
Frank Jordon, L. J. Kite, Willie .
orally good and fine things this O'Neal, ,Mildred Edwards, Doris R\b1S CROUP' Everyone la now looking toward 'Q11ID TAR..IT.Ueadadae. day '1"j:1.: .'
I has to offer us education, fine ,
llte ; Christmas with Joy and sorrow ." NOMH tDnor. ,"
:
Griffis Beatrice Howard
Mary
arts, the beauties of nature-all ''''uuaeq alike In their hearts. Joy for the In SO mIIItdM ., .
Mercereau, Daisy Nettles, Jacqueline _..... iH'
here for our benefit for our appre- Velma holidays, sorrow because. Christmas '
Young, Ruby Lllley
elation. Conner, Merry Winkler, Johnnie spells mid-term exams V' s J')' "S''

Let us strive to become better, Sattler, Avory Slade, Leslie Bradley I WafttffiB
Elementary Dep't.Has Interesting Notes Book Club to Meet SUBSCRIPTIONS GIVEN '\;(
?
more appreciative, ,more loving, Jack Hall, Harold Raf use, : ;

finer In every way. every day. Evelyn Griffis, Louise Edwards, Assembly Wed. In Mrs. Long's Room BY TELEGRAPH EDITORMr. i' ,
athletic' I : Matthew. editor f.
A.WA, Franklin Young, Robert Johns. The ,committee made Eugene ,
$1029: on the sho\,''Keeper of the and publisher of the Telegraph, Sure They Properly : I
A TONGUE TWISTERIn SECOND GRADE-Bradley Gle- Elementary Chapel was a Bees," they sponsored week be The first regular meeting of the has very generously given our Cleans the Blood ;1

a written typing test the other ger Marvin :Montgomery, Billy Thanksgiving program last Wednesday for last B. H. S. Book Club will be held school two subscriptions to his .

day Mrs. Beasley asked the Overstreet Wesley Shuler, Joan the third period, when it today the last period in Mrs.Long's : paper. We certainly do appreciatethis yOUR kidneys' are eomtnnlly I ftlto" !.
Dobrow Hazel Fields Esther Grif assembled In the auditorium.The We have not yet recovered from .t.. m.it.i horn" lh. bloJ .
question: What is a typewriter? the recent attack of wicker basket room. Memberr are urgedto aa formerly we had but one itraam.. But .kidney, lomcilmtt lag ,n ( ,r:
One of the answered "Just fls. :Mary Beth Knight, :Margaret exercises with a'' of \\I
pupils : opened making craze. attend and their dues of copy the paper for the whole their wo future I..- N "
pay
what Is a typewriter A typewrit Montieth, Wanda Pearce Ida Lee song, "The Morning Prayer" the school and that was donated by tsnd. d-foil to remov impurilfet" ttulpelinn t
membersare
er Is one who typewrites on the Silcox, Mary Alice Yarbrough flag salute, and the reading of the The newspaper this week Is almost twenty-five cents. New Mrs. T.. T, Long.Everyone the fytUm when .......ed. tI! '

typewriter and the typewriter is Coolidge Gassett, Collette Green, Thanksgiving Bible Story by Dorothy a one man affair. welcome. likes to read the paper Then you may lutfu i"" j
a machine on which the typewriterwho :Mabel Leech Alvin Crews, Leon Lee Johns of Miss Perkins' We have great hopes of soon The purpose of the book club Is and the school page and now everyone ache, dliim.H, tctniy too rraquvnturination ,1'
Gray Jr., Gerald Griffls, :Marion buying additional stage scenes to to obtain books and magazines for ,getting up.!nsht( puffin** :t .
typewrites on the typewriter fifth grade. will be able to do so. ands the fast, i1
Manning, A. J. Strickland, N. B. add to our growing collection. the library to discuss and arouse eyest nervous, miww>
typewrites. Now the typewriter Mrs. Klncaid'a first ---- bI.-1I upset
; A playlet by ) k)
typewrites on the typewriter until McKinney, Bernice Cooper Gloria grade, entitled "Thanksgiving Din- Quite a few rooms now have fishbowls Interest In current books and all Answer to President Puzcle Don't deity, ? Use Don'. ..... ''/ I;.1

., there Is no more typewriting to Cooper Agnes, Lewis, Evelyn New- ner" was next and following wa a the content of which range good literature and to try to promote Simeon Phillips, president of the Doan'i are *ipclslly 'for poorly .hmctlanina '

|'b' typewritten by ,'typewriter some. well given portrayal of the "First from gold tied to small turtles.. good reading In our school. Senior class and the Student Gov l Ie.dn< .
The officers elected In the charter mended
grateful
) the
seen |
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on the typewriter on _which the THIRD GRADE-Dorothy Williams Thanksgiving" by Mrs. Rltch's second We are) exchanging school newspapers two week ago' were: President, ernment. or. Gel them from any druggM.DOANS county. .,' :$"
typewriter who: the Eva Todd Thelma Prevail, ;
typewrites on_ grade. with the Vero Beach HighSchool. oil!
Many fine
Marwlck l Vice : '
Marjorie $ -presid.nt, plantations
Esther Crews, were established -
typewriter typewrite. Betty IfcRae Mary .
Miss Lily's room presented a Dot .\\t lifuf.
White. Secretary Virginia Fu- In Florida by the English
Jordan.
Bernard PILLS
A. W A. Hubbard
.By Agnes reading, "Thank glving," and Mrs. e gate, Treasurer, Al Kay Carlisle prior to 1784 when the country f..! ,4

-NEXT- WEER- FOURTH GRADEDonaldBagwell Hart's and :Miss Buddington'srooms Jokes Reporter A. W. Anderson was ceded back to Spain. '. ; I

December Elementary chap Monteen Warren, Ethel Joined their rooms In presenting -- h UI

el Coleman, Joe English, Eloise Bul- a very Interesting skit Bill: "HI. Raymond. How are (,

December 13-High School Chapel lock, Betty Durling, Jessie Mae called "Tiny Town." you getting along since I saw you

Slade, Loca Belle Sumner, Lois Mrs. Wainwright's room sang a last?"

Basketball games here with San Glover Ellen Mercereau, Ovleda Bobby song about Thanksgiving and Miss Raymond: "Why on two feet, of t
Thomas, Lyle Anderson, Middleton' and :Miss Edward's "

derson.WEEKLY MOTTO Biggs, Carl Crumpler, Mack Futch, rooms presented a very Interesting course! FULL SPEED

Harrell Gene Noegel, Her- "
Bryon ,
U at first you don't succeed try Roberta dialogue on "Thanksgiving. Mrs. Long) (to John who passedIn
Oleeta Green
try again and yet once more after ta Lee George Kinluw Evelyn Newsome from Miss front of hers.'"What.do you ,
Whitfleld, John
that. Hogsed's second recited "Little say when you pas In front of any
Pitts Olin White, Jr., ,
Meet The e SeniorsMeet Mary Keeffee Jo Caldwell,, Marjorie Davis Pilgrim Girl," and Collette recited Green one?"' T YOU CANT PASS UP MAGAZINE VALUES LIKE THESE
Miss Hazen's room "
Willie Mae Key, Ruth Powell, Lola From : John: "I don't know.
the ,Seniors! This week Alberta Woodard, Fay Yare "Pumpkin Pie," and Miss Strick Mrs.: Long: "Does anyone In the
Tyler, sixth grade presented an OPPIII Ns I orrai<*.<
you will be Introduced to Miss land's class know? .. xumnroi Alt FOOT

Alice Mizell Royster and Mr. John brough. Barefoot, "Indian and Pilgrim Scene." W. T.: "Please, get out of my =SlarUa.e.rs I warCouBlrr -' l yeas OMIT hmlkam Xgriaulhubl.I T p FOB OMIT
McLellan Godwin. These FIFTH GRADE-Sara Sara Barefoot Introduced KaaM.1TM* } Cavalry Hoaia I yeas q
dearly conclusion
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beloved Katherine Klnlaw Violet Johnson, In Seal way! Tka tmtm,.....|. I.... 80 Tka Fan faaraal r ea -
members of the dignifiedand the 1933: Christmas $1 $1.
Joe Andrews, Jr., Gloria Buford, AND non llewaltlat = nab THIS MKWBf APEI R
sophisticated senior class Johns for the "Help and Health" of oth- Mr. Howard i,"Earne tlne. where Tat OM year Far OH Tear Y
come from the metropolis of.R-al- Ida Lula Davis, Dorothy ers. does the sun rise?"
Goodman, Jim-
. ford Nina Bishop Ray
and
the city of Lawtey re-
mie Grtffis, Buford McKinley. I Earnestlne: "In the) East." ,
Ipectlvely.Alice NERVOUS SHOCK
Shuman :Mr. Howard: "Why does the sunrise OFFER NO-I nNytA CaunalHa.e MCALL'S
first heard things on Sep- SIXTH GRADE-Jean been
The typing class had typo "
In the east?
tember seventeenth. 1917 and has Bertlce SIIcox, Shirley :Morgan, like mad for the past StOfY P1C al r it: ,
ing away E!
been Carrie Belle Bennett Earnestlne: "Because the (yeast)
hearing things ever since but Dorothy Green several minutes. They were having THIS NEWSPAPER-
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she keeps what she hears to herself Jacqueline Andrews, Winton a speed test. A command was makes anything rlae. 7SCSK I .

for what ever Alice is, she la Sumner, Lester McMillan, R. C. heard "Stop!" It was the teachers for 1 y.ar'and : OFFER NO2JOUNMH. #{", dh1
Otbma Elaine: "Why !would a barber
not
a Enoa Hayes,
gossip. Alices papa nnd Ragwell, voice announcing that the ten I
: mama are Mr, and :Mrs. C. V. Roy- Haynes, Jr., Odell Jones, Joe Allen minutes allowed for the test had rather shave three" Dutchmen than 3 Big Magazines I

iter of Raiford and formerly of Lander John Willis, Rivers Hund one Irishman? THIS
expired.
Chlpley, Florida,'where'Alice was ley, Billy :Marwick. Thelma Ricks, exclaimed Louis, "that Lillian: "Because he gets three NEWSPAPER

, born. Alice lived at Chipley un- Geraldine "Phfcw. quarters for shaving three Dutch 1' for on* full I I I II '
Silcox.t fellow Ured.typIng 9
4 tll she graduated from the ninth .., .,.. -- surely makes a that for ten'fcolld men and only one Quarter for,. av. y.et,

:",'years trade old.Alice's In .1933- when aha, was 14 .. SocietyMrs. minutes away'Uke with out looking up from Ing an Irishman. -1-,. .p I And 4 Big Magazines

I bet I made
the copy, anyway,
Virginia W.:: "Oh James You

_,, ambition. la to become "T.. T. Long and, Mrs. D.' P. good on the test. That's the. hard have upset that Ink .all over my I Magazine from Oroup.A j 5 Mtgiilaas from Group B J ,1/.all "d
surgeon- noble ambition! Carpenter were visiting Dr. and est work rye done in five ,.elir.S"! Bible!"'
Bin nun, mm-Doctor Alice Mlzell said Mrs, Beasley, "from new
Jacksonville, "Well, '.r
, Mrs.,B. S. Carroll In Inkling ,
of the
Royster. Sound distinguished the way you were going about It James: "A slight GROUP-A
does< Sunday. child." Select' Any 3"Magazines
It not T should have made very good. truth my

' Our subject likes sewing and Johnnie Re Cone spent Thanks you-All right student, take out your -- From This Lift ......oe.M.ed Wst
Cove found'out n-
Green ..___
cooking giving holidays In At Kay: "I have Just "' !
and hate rhubarb (that and count the strokes and I x c Me,,,. -_ ,
papers 1 M"s ...,
Tn Stacy I
" stuff that look like red celery) Springs with friends. mistakes and then figure-WhyLouis what kind of air girls "like beat. 3 a_ .....-. -a-a....... yea.y- .c".tiIII.tt.II--. arsN e ell "aq"'oIIooonw

and bas the bad habit of being Lea Retta Jeffords a pent What on earth I I. the matter Chester: ."What kind. CkrtaUm Iw.ld ........A = ,"_ ar- : all 8 0''.,."': lea
WorthIngton millionaire, to derv Oraww ; : an n. ray,.,,; s/-ayes. 3
a ;
"wt-conacloua habit few possessTMwadays. Thanksgiving holiday. In I T You are whit as a sheet!" Al Kay: "Why ......... arias. )... _I yea ee.rtedNMesl,,,,, l1r. .otIMrI) 1N a antl. .t'1oir 11".
"
: ." Springs visiting relatives. "I-I-I forgot to put any paperin be sure. MeCoIll Junior HOT.
, John McLellan Godwin la 'fifty Simeon Phillips spent Friday In' machine for the test" mop- Maria CtaMta Mayariaa -: == g ... : : : : ill Nae.yM : OI21"; "ko
my said Sim 5sd11550) !
per cent Scotch and makes no secret -. Jacksonville. he fainted. "You make me sick, ............ yea C .... ... ."... ..
ed Louis as h' 1
'of eon, throwing away his half-smok *.d: Itvra) ... y- N5S l01I l s'
' It-bles* his stingy UtUe Marl/ Thede spent Friday in p.w.ya ....tea.... c ppb' ) 1" reMr' ...... ..::.:. ; J lr' r.
'hearts! He made his tint acquain- said the doctor, ed cigar.THOUGHTS, _____ Jw.-:;.. h=y) .. yea p ; .arl1.rthI A i: auva.epu LIft : IH
' Jacksonville. "He'll recover 11Iyknd :
lance PtatacM BawUvFi ___ .
S31.
with this II-III IM. 1ewt .
world on Novem- i .
:
her 14 Eunice Williams spent SundayIn as be made ready to leave, "Just a FOB THE WEEK .tfia<. *. f afvmmM see =_. : 1 js :'/ t
1917 at Lawtey and at an and he could StaclaaAarlraltwM y- -- ; A 1i .we:ja 1 p
shock .
early Flora Homes with relatives. sever nervous What good does It do a man to _. ato ThII C.t. 1" ... .,
age moved to Miami where all. Good day." ....1..... _1 ,.... '-- aMAn,. aMNW .
. attended school up to the fourth :Marjorie Marwick spent the holidays not stand it, that' A. gain an the money in the worU If 'm. ............. y-yea 1,..r1 ,.. : 1N I'" n. rt/ul,r"tot. 3"'j:
A. W. t
fade, at which time he again ocTOPI In Tallahassee with her slater 'By bo lose* his health? .W..ao'e crate yea .... rots.".Ja"end ,. .. .. J". ..4,_,ft'.\'/"IJ.1f. ." .. p
*; the old homestead at Law- who la attending' college there. Where there Is life there Is hope, '}>(MI-a.", ..J 0 f sty 10"k /jer."e f ow a". ij [ .I 3: W ) ;
'1'_ Mar r4h, Ootj .M ...KkeMrW rpNyy.ntwk.
. PUZZLE > ) IJ i- 1) ... ...
tey. PRESIDENT :
Joy Griner spent the holiday no matter how war It comes to en.Mdve.* J. J".
. John' favorite Indulgence ar* In' Green Cove1_Springs.' My first la in lips but not In nose, flickering out' .,........I L be 1 1Oirt _1 yess

i,hunting a? and swimming. He does- Earnestlne Andrews spent the My second la In orchid but not la Attend to the little 'things and fi:$ 1- NO SUBSTITUTES OR CHANGES PERMITTEDOQfTJXMENf r.

"'J care for vegetables and people holidays in Lake City.. My third rose, la In fish but not In the big ones will- take care of c.-. ,
" 0b1"think they are what they are Walters spent the holidays themselves. .
Hugh
I rsI0.e
" shark g __ Waa laad M*

John's bad habit. 'are talking In Gainesville. My fourth Is In ball but not in Remember- money can't buy C CHIeI Ile 1 C Ole x. a Q ores No. J Q Ofla ... 4 J

t jut of turn and "tlghtwadlahnesa"t :Mildred Brown visited in Cocoa pork, health, happiness or heaven, so I aas *k..Usv fh. au.asla.a dished with y..... .hatpo

;Perhaps We should thrift. during the holidays. My fifth la In play but not In don't go too far In getting It. N ties. to,year Bp.. Cdr. '
say The world wouldn't be In the fix
Jobe Irene Davis spent Saturday In work. s ;se
ala* to become a -
.ucceastuZ of Its billion
businessman Gainesville. My sixth is In knife but not In it la today If everyone ....
, and be say b* I* and a balt''people stayed In
:.?T ther fond" of the Hilda Wyrick spent Thanksglvng fork
, glrla.much did his part.The !
So for that In Gainesville. My seventh la In cup but not in his place and e ; .*..*. *r l.r.IX.Bradford a ,..

> Next week and Myrtle: KilUnga- tea.
w* shall Introduce Floried of Tauabaas*
J oQ to Tadlman.." worth spent,Thanlugtvmg. In Jack My last Is In she but not in w*. la the historic only capital City east of the Tess ... era. .
HoWngj class
school president.
, mes I am a high
.. ketbaa atar. Karjori. and Mar-our soovilfe.Grace. Arwood spent Friday !In Mississippi that was never cap- . . . .

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''r. I4GE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY DECEMBER
f .. _____ ___ 6. TWoman's '
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North Florida District W. M. S. Circles Hold Last Chapman-Garria l MASTII R'S HAI.K lore Court --- -- :
NOTICE I* hereby given that under !\

t Federation Music Clubs Meeting Of The Year Mrs. C. J. Pergola, of Jacksonville of Foreclosure and by. virtu mad of a and Final rendered Decree bIdderafcrlcashhthelghllo". lying "b..i d.
situate
: Here the marriage by the Honorable A. Z. Adklni. and ,
Meets FridayThe announces Bradford b.
Circles of the Woman's Mis- Judge of the Circuit Court of the ::Ifln Count Y. Flurld., to:
''f3ocictyJ of her daughter
8th Judicial Circuit of Florida. In
sionary Society of the MethodistChurch The
Tuesday MusIcale of Starke Lillian Virginia Garristo and for Bradford County, In Chancery WK ot 81D and W..t
quarter One.
met Monday afternoon and dated November of NE'4 of
IfSS.
will be hostess club to the North 28th In 23. SEy, See
Florida District meeting of Fed- held the last circle meeting of the that certain I cause therein latelypending East Township e North, parse zi
Acree Brooks Chapman I between The Federal Land or ices. containing t.9 acres.
-v- erated Music Club here Friday year. November nineteenth Bank of Columbia Plaintiff and P. lIIor.
Circle Number Two with Mrs. M. Frevatt et aL, Defendant, the with the appurtenance.
December at the Woman'sClub
f Club To W. 'M. U. Circles house.6th A. F. Sauls as*leader was enter- nineteen hundred JacksonvilleThe thirtyfiveIn undersigned a* Special who wa Master therein In Chancery appointed to to be satiety made the camelndseneteepree Said

J Meet Wednesday Met MondayThe tained by :Mrs.'Titus Olson and to execute the came, will on 10. PERRPMAy
The District President: Mrs. E. above announcement of the Monday the 6th day of January .A. Special Master .
Mrs. L. D?:Greeny at the home of In
:' On Wednesday 'afternoon, December circles of the Woman's Missionary F. Montgomery, of Lake City will the former.where a very enjoyablehour marriage of this young couple will 19H6 before, during the Court the le douse: 'door of ala In, 11.8-61-1. Chancery.
Union of the Baptist be In charge of the meeting, which be of Interest to the many friendsof Starke Florida sell to the highest ----
11,, av three-thirty o'clock was spent. The program was IN -
: TIII
Church met Monday afternoon,.De- will be from 10:30 in the morningto Mrs. Chapman in Starke. tonln' bidder for cash the fol' CIRCUIT rOtR'I':
the Woman's Club of Starke will 3:30: in the afternoon. Dele- carried out by the following persons ; described: land, .ltuate( lying r..A.V.-VOJlA: IIC ::y' KIOM-010
cember 2. The bride Is !
a popular and ;
: Mrs. F. HLongr gave a Polish very beingIn Bradford County Minnie ...
hold Its third meeting of the entertained gates from several North Florida to-wit J. Hamilton,
Circle Number One was ; .story entitled '"John Novak member of her set in Jacksonville Florida : Plaintiff
yean at the home of Mrs. E. L. Clubs are expected to be present. She was graduated from Andrew NWV4 of NW%; lee one acre In v. ,,
Finds An Jl8WlrMrs. A. Wood
; the SW corner deeded to school William Jlvort'.
k The program will be In charge of Biggs with eleven members pres- Luncheon will be served at theWoman's presented two storlee of settle- Jackson High School In the class In Sec 8. Township 7 South of D..n""nt T. Hamilton, Ca... 10. 64lIt

Mrs L. O. Powell Chairman of' ent.The Club house after whicha ment work In the U.'S.:, and Mrs. of 1934 and was a member of the acres Rang, more 23 East or less, containing, apearing) 01" PI''f' "
Legislation. The speaker for the devotional which was led by musical program will be pro Olson and Miss Amy Coburn each' Mu Beta Gamma Sorority. Duringher with the appurtenance. Said] sal in the above entitled by arfldltvlt..dij'V thn mod l
I afternoon will be Mrs. Hewitt E. the leader Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, sented. Those contributing to the read of work in Korea, and the early childhood she resided in to be mad pursuant to said Deere plac. or you Ih.
to satisfy the and .
same
costs. WII.
lIam HamiltonoindUnknown
musical at 2 m. are T.
:Mitchell Sectional Vice Presidentof was In keeping with the Lottie program p. readings were Interspersed with I Starke and attended Bradford E. K. FERRYMAN, thai h. oVer the a"d,
the Woman's Club-Section Moon Week of Prayer which Is be- Mrs. Grady Smith Green Cove hymns. Mrs. W. E. Middleton High School. Aa Special Master' In CbAn r,.. and that there age..ar 21 h....
12-6-511-9 '
Springs a representative of the State of Florida.erviro lla'
Four and.of Jacksonville. ing observed this,week. Reportswere ; conducted the devotional service Mr. Chapman is the son of Mr. uuon whom herein ofZh'J""*
Hostesses Mesdames K. O. Duncan given by officers and com- St. Cecelia Club St. Augustine; which was opened and closed with and Mrs. Stephen E.,Chapman also fondant. It IB Ordered WouLd, .J bind de.
,. : Mrs. W. Beeber, Daytona Beach; MASTRR'S! SALE William T. that laid
and the Christ- Hamilton
chairmen b.
mittee
,i'' L. A. Canova O. L. Beasley Mrs. K. G. Duncan Starke; and prayer. During the siclal periodthe of Jacksonville. He is a graduateof NOTICE la hereby given that un- by required to appear In anti I. here.
.1'' J. W. Kaincald T, F. Landrum A. mas gifts for the little girl In Arcadia hostesses served hot chocolate Andrew Jackson High School der and by virtue of a Final Decreeof on \iunday.\ January 8th.this celiac
Mrs Harry Dale, Gainesville.All 1938 10
The Foreclosure mad and rendered the bill of
were decided upon. and wafers. Mrs. Olson's and :Mrs. and la connected with the SeaboardAir complaint for divorcertner
Miss Canova.
E. Wall Mary ; by the Honorable flied
) A. Z. Adklns, him In
thl"
'4 chairman for the committee for members of the Woman'sClub Green's guests included Mrs. C. L. Line Railway in Jacksonville. Judge of the Circuit Court of the I. Ordered that trdnr
painting the Pastorlum reportedthat and all others Interested In Stockwell Mrs J. F. Colley. Miss 'This 8th Judicial' Circuit of Florida, In b. pubJtahed once each thl,
have wide
couple a
young
been music are invited to attend both and for Bradford County. In Chancery four eon"ecutlve week" In Bradford
the work had completed ,
J Amy Coburn Mrs. A. Wood. Mrs. circle of friends both here and in dated December 2nd 1981 In County Telegraph a duly
all the bills paid and there is the business session In the morn- that certain therein quul'fiod'
were W. E. Mlddleton Mrs. F. H. Long Jacksonville who wish to offer cause lately newspaper publt.hed In Brndford
small balance left In the fund. ing and the musical program in pending between The Federal Land County, Florida
RITZ THEATRESTARKE a and Mrs. A. F.. Sauls. congratulations. Hank of Columbia, Plaintiff and J. Witness my
After the meeting some time the afternoon. L. Underhill and wife Sarah Underhill said Court, ataStarkelhBraddford
Mrs. J.. H. Ritch hostess to
was Mr. and Mrs. will .
was spent In sewing and a social .... Chapman ,et al, Defendants the undersigned County" this December
Circle Number One, at her home make their home in Jacksonville who was therein appointedas 1936. 6th
hour during which the hostess Bi-County Meeting on Temple Avenue, which was special Master In Chancery to A. J. THOMAS,
'1 served refreshments to those mem- execute the same, will on Monday, Clerk of circuit Cou
PROGRAM Will Be Held MondayThe brightened with decorations of the 6th day of January.'A. D. 1888, of Bradford County Flulea.
:', bers present. brilliant autumn leaves. Miss Olive during the legal hours of sale, be- l28.6t1.8Whitehouse
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/ BEGINNING FRIDAY Mrs. W. B. Alexander
The place for the next meetingwill Bradford-Union Federation Ray. circle leader presided over
FRIDAY DEO. 6TH be announced after the election of Womens' Clubs will hold Its the meeting, and Mm., W. O. Halle Gives Cake Recipe

'i "Hooray for Love" of officers, December 16. regular fall meeting at Lake But- and Mr. L. C. Ray each told a Lightning Cake I Brand-Evaporated

b Ann Sothern Circle Number Two was entertained ler, Monday afternoon December I story of work in the Wesley The following recipe for e
Ii': Gene Raymond ath the home of Mrs. L. F. 9, 1035! two o'clock. Several cars Houses and Community Centers in lightning cake which was given
Dlnklna with Mrs. Dinkins and are expected to go from Starke the U. S. Mrs. M. E. Edwards by Mrs W B. Alexander makes MILKPure
"SATURDAY, DEC. 7TH. Mrs. Oscar Andreu as hostesses. and it Is hoped they will be well- conducted the worship period in aa and is Inexpensive: ,

"Kid Courageous" ,There were thirteen members. pres filled. The program planned is Impressive manner, and hymns a delicious cake in a short time rich cow's milk concentrated to
t follows suitable to the Christmas
as : season
I 1
+ Bob Steele ent.The cup sugar twice the richness by'evapol'lLt1n boll
I' Abo' Serial and SINBAD THE devotional was in charge of Song, America The Beautiful. were sung with Mia. E. K. Perry- 1 1-2 cups flour
.' Mrs. L. O. Powell. Mrs.A. man presiding at the piano. 1 mAUSgitro the water content. away.3TaUCans .
.; SAILOR, a cartoon in colors. i i'I' the leader, Salute to Flag heaping teaspoon baking
M. Darby, President of the Society Collect. The hostess assisted by her powder
'' 8UN.-MON., DEO. 8th and Otis ; was present and led the daughters Mrs.' Morgan Richard 1 tablespoon vanilla HEREECONOMYRULES

"The ThreeMusketeers" I group In prayer. The regular routine Address of Welcome-Mrs. Onle and Mrs. H. A. Durden, served a Sift the dry ingredients Into a .16cIONA
President of Lake Butler
Pone
..f I of business was conducted and dainty sweet course to the follow- mixing bowl. Melt six table-

j ]plans were made for the buying Club. ing guests: Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, spoons of butter and add to dry
BRAND-Prepared with Cheese &: Tomato Sauce
'r; Margot Grahame) I 3f Christmas gifts for the little Response-Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Miss Olive Ray. Ingredients by making hollow In

Walter Abel girl I In Arcadia. President of Starke Club. Mrs. J. W. Whits. Mrs. A. Z. Ad- center. Breaw two.eggs In a SPAGHETTI 15' 5c

TUES.-WED. DEC. 10-11 The hostesses served delicious i Announcements and appointment klns Miss Amelia Ray, Mrs. W. cup and add milk'-until cup Is /-oz.can
,
:: I refreshments of chocolate cake of committees.Roll G. Halle, Mrs. ,Carrie Rltch,:Mrs. full. Add this to dry,
ingredi-
G'
; '' "Return of Bulldog md coffee to those attending. Call and Reports. L. C. Ray Mrs. A. W. Anderson, ents and butter. Beat thor- IONA BRAND-WITH TOMATO SAUCE

i Drummond" Circle Number Three was en- Special music-Lake Butler Club Mrs. M. E. Edwards Mrs., B. M, oughly. Bake in either loaf or
Ralph Richardson ertalned:: at the home of the leader -. Discussion-Mobilization for Hu- Montgomery. and Mrs.rtLaurle G. layers. Frost if desired. PORK & BEANS 16-oz.can 5c
k Mrs. W. B. Alexander. man Needs-Mrs.'E. A. McDowelland Ray, of Fernondina.
Ann Todd Mrs.W. B.
:n The devotional was led by Mrs. Mrs. L. A. Davis. ... Alexander. IONA BRAND-RED RIPE FULL PACK

j THURS.-FRL. DEO. 12 and 18 ,Alexander. The scripture was Music-Starke Club. U. D. C. ChapterMet
"This Woman IsMine" aken 1: from the Ninth Chapter of Address-Mr. L. F. Chapman Planting orchards on hillsides TOMATOES No. 2 Can 7c
u.. ]salah[ and the subject was "Princef Superintendent Florida State WednesdayThe ather than in valleys is advocatedy

;h Peace. At a business period Farm. W. T. Weeks Chapter. Unit- a meteorologist of the fruit- FINEST PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING
:r I rifts for the adopted girl In Arcadia Adjournment. ed frost service.Children's. '
y' Gregory Ratof Daughters of the Confederacy,
ay Richard Bennett were arranged also some work "- met Wednesday afternoon at- the CRISCO Lb 21c 3 lb. can 57
it the church. Several hand made SINGING CONVENTIONThe home of and ; c'J
Mr. Mrs. L. A. Davis
0 CASH NITS EVERY WEDI articles were brought In and some Bradford County Singing
the hostesses being Mrs. Davis,
i\' NESDAY. Those attending were sold. Convention meets December 8, Heinz
Frenh Cucumber
.'; show Tuesday are eligible for with the Miss Etta Tl8on.Mra.; :L. G. Powell 1 CAMPBELL'STOMATO -
At the close of the business ses- Corinth Baptist Church, ;
'(I price by leaving their name ilon a social period was enjoyed northwest of Starke. There will be and Mrs.;W. O, }Jallgr PICKLES Lg. Jar 21c

'f!'; with cashier Tuesday.' luring.which the- hostess served a singing all day and dinner on the The Yf,. n' a anion of white and

,! talad course with: hot chocolate. ground. Everyone Is Invited: t'ed were carried*out In the decorations SOUP Fancy; 'Mixed Green and White
.
,' LIMA
,
i-chrysanthemums,
,
j' Famous for Ita
red carnations and red roses be-. Delicious Flavor BEANS No. 2 can lOc

'f' ing used in the' living room and l 2 Cans 15c

:( You Can't Afford To MissThis GIFTS dining room. AMERICAS '. SUNNYFIELD PANCAKE

,The president,Mrs. L. O. Powell, 1 FLOUR Pkg. 8c

r FOR HIM presided and Miss Madge Middle- Re6dLGIAN _

OPPORTUNITYFRIDAY ton attended to the duties of sec- Sunnyfleld Quick CookingOATMEAL

: j TO SAVE MANY WEARY retary. Contributions were madeto EER FANCY 70-80 SIZE Pkg. 8c
.tt the Lee-Stratford Memorial
STEPS IN YOUR HOLIDAY
SHOPPING, SEE fund and to the Norman Randolph PRUNESPer
_
FRIDAY SATURDAY MONDAY SCRATCH FEED
relief fund., Mra) E.1<. Ferryman
'
\4f,, THESE ITEMS AT OUR .
STORE. historian read a.letter:,from, Robert Pound,5c TALCO,, 100 lb. $2.15
.DISCOUNT ON DRESSES :
,\ E. Lee to his son; also a paper
.
2. 5 No-Fade PajamasNew entitled "Why JLee Joined the SUNNYFIELD ,

$ % ",l forces of the South.. Mrs. Ferryman CORN FLAKES pk 7c
Patterns :
) MANY also read .a. .poem from Sid-

,11'' : 1' STYLES ney Lanier., "" tips6KIDDIES IONA TETLEY'S

% \ it AND It The hostesses served a buffet Rich Delicious TEA 1 3-8 oz. pkg. 9c
' supper from a beautifully\ appointed U 700!
; ) COLORS table in the dining room red: COCOA 1
A P BRAND WASHING
silver'
i( roses and red candles In
r"tl'' holders adding to the charm of the I 1 Lb. Can lOc POWDER 2pkgs 5c

1.95 table. Mrs. A. M. Darby pouredtea v-fr
4 and Miss Etta Tison poured The Old Reliable OCTAGON

Q Dresses ___ 1.47 coffee. I SOAP Giant bar 5c

l' Chapter members present were: I

../... 2.95 Mrs. Hal Edwards, Mrs O. W. ''DISTINCTLY DIFFERENT FANCY A ft: TINY P BRAND SIFTED moat delicate colors.
Roberts Miss Olive Ray, Miss Et- HIPS

t i't i't Dresses 2.23X d 98c ta Thou Mrs..A. M. Darby Mrs. PEAS 1 3pkgs 25c

W. E. Torode, Mrs. W. O. Halle,

'!t 3.95 to 1.79ARIOTOFTIES.J :Mrs. L. O. Powell Miss Madge Colds 2 No. 2 Cans 35cSCOT! TOILET

iii, Middleton Mra. \Annie E. Dinkins Should Have This TISSUE 2 rolls 15c
Dresses ...._.. 2.97 Mrs., L., 'A. Rennolds, Mrs.*,F. H.
' Long Mrs E. K', Perryman. Mrs. Safe TreatmentYoung '

"fi, 4.95 O. L. Haynes Mrs: '''Oeorge B Breakfast BACON Sunnyfield Sli lb. 45c

Flynn, Mrs. L. A.' Davis,an /fJi";' Dresses ___ 3.72 J. M. Brownlee. Two Generation Proof of BUTTER A & P Tub or Print Lb. 39c

';iiVr Hostesses appointed for 'the U This External Treatment '
CHILE 25eFleischman's
\':, 5.95 D. C. year 1935-36 were,.read as For Fighting Cold BRICK Wilson's

i : follows: *.... ,
(
IT AVOIDS CONSTANT"'DOSINC.f3 YEAST CAKE 3c
{l. .Dresses _,_. 4.47 October, 1935,'' Mrs.' A, Z. Ad-
. q kina. Misses Olive and Amelia IThere's nothing like CHEESE Whole Milk Lb. 21c
a's s' Ray. a child's cold to upset
November: Mrs W. L. Wall a young mother. And NEW NUCOA Lb. 20c

\ Ladies Oxfords, Ties &: Pumps Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. S. E. andJ. ; mothers,of anxious two generations to-

JUST In Black Tan & Navy L. M. Brownlee. help end colds, have NUTLEY Oleomargarine Lb. 17c
r. December: Mrs. L. A. Davis depended on Vicks
':, STRIPES 49c. Mrs. L. O. Powell. Miss Etta Tiaon ,. VapoRub. It Is eitective-external- Mince Meat (Queen Anne) Pkg. lOc
!if 98PAIRS Regular PLAIDS and Mrs. W. O. Halle. and safe. It avoids. the risks of con- ,
' to t.OO January 1936 Mrs. Effie Miner stant"dosing so often upsetting tochlldren's
:. ,
Apr 2.95 values :. DOTS
.
t.. po:- Mrs. O. W."-Roberts and,( Mrs.., Hal Just rubbed delicate on throat digestions.and chestat MANDY OLD FASHION ROCK GROUND

: Regular : : e 2.45Ike BELT & BUCKLE SETS Edwards February, :' Mrtc L. A"- Rennolds, I. at bedtime onett VapoRnb acts two ways, ,MEAL 5 Lhs. lOc

liJr, 3.25 Values _::.. "_ .. Mrs. Sarah L.. tfamrick and Mra. 1. By stimulation through the akin .. .
;' J. M. Mitchell., like poultice or plaster -- -- ------
,)\, March; Mn. Emma Canova ; 2. By inhalation of ta penetrating WINNER! nfccn) OROUNDGRITS
medlratrd vnpors, releasM! by
Mrs. and Mlas
George 13..Flynn. body heat and breathed in directto
: '
:1I Madge Mlddletoqi inflamed afr-paasages. 5 Lhs. 13c
I April: Mrs. A.." M.;: Darby Mr A : Continuing through the night
>. E. S. Matthews. ''and Mra. H. B. I this combined vapor-poultice action -
1# McLendon. ._ loosens phlegm-soothes Irritated
jo. May: Mra. W.'E.: Torode. Mra. L. membranes-eases difficult breath SULTANA DELICIOUS BROKEN SLICED
a H. Hill and Mrs. Annie E. Din- Ing-helps break congestion. .,
TilE IDEAl 25c kins. A Practical Guide for Mother. PINEAPPLE LgeNo2Can 17c
Each and families -
year more more
June Picnic the lake
: elf Mra. E.
: to 1.00 are being helped to ewer colds _
GIFT
: K: Perryman and Mrs F.- H., Long and shorter colds Dy Vicks Plan for --- -,
, ,
hostesses. _': Better Control of Colds Vkks Plan IONA-Luarloim Yellow Cling
f IIANDKER59 July. AUl'Ust.and September, has been clinically tested by practicing
f. j CHIEF AND C Summer vacation. physicians: and further proved PEACHES 15c

/ TIE'SETS & 1.00 ,October; Mrs\ ,30..' L. Biggs. Mrs. in everyday home use by millions. 'Lge.No.2Can
0.. L. Beasley and .),(rs. O.. L. Full details of the Plan' la each .

:T ALEXANDER 4 & COMPANY: : Haynes' t* .package Vicks" VapoRnb.Vkk -- -

: Alexander Co. 9FlMl1"-! AM UMd V wfy A. & FOOb i STORESj" -
I ?There are :;no\*> 70.00O antelope. ....,C.....!..CeMs : P. ,
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DECEMBER

fypA1'r .,----. --- -.._ BRADFORD__.__ _COUNTY TEUEQlRArn.. STARKE., FLORIDA ___ u _______ PAGE EW*'
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Miss Madeline Hazen..spent the Mr. and:Mrs. Karl Floreus !ill', Mrs. J. W. White had as vial- -

Thanksgiving holidays as the, and Mrs. C. J. Pergola, and son tore at her home the first of the How Calotabs NatureTo
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.T. Kenneth and son-in-law and daugh. week, Mr. and Mrs George C. Help ,
Bits of C. Hazen in Brookeiv ter.; Mr; and Mrs. Acree Chapman, White and Frances White, of Tallahassee -

all of Jacksonville spent Thanksgiving the Rev. and Mrs. Laurie Throw Off a Bad Cold
:Mr.: and Mrs. Glen Wood"" of Day here as the guests of I G. Ray and children, Larry and .
Gainesville spent Wednesday here Mr. and Mra. C. I*. Young. :Janet, of Fernandina. Millions have found In Calotabs a,I Second. Calotabs are diuretic to UM
local Nes visiting Mrs. Georg B. Flynn and --- moat valuable aid In the treatment I Iaf kidneys, promoting the elimination
Mr. and The Eonomlcs Olaas of Brad- colds They take one or two tab- of cold poisons from the system.Tbun- ',,
Mrs. Arthur Wood.
Dr. and Mrs W. E. Middleton lets the first night and repeat the Calotabs serve the double purpose ft
ford High School took an educational third or fifth night U needed. a purgative and diuretic both-of 4,
OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS
CONCERNING AND Mr. trip to Qilneavlllo Tues- had as their guests Sunday, Mr. How do Calotab help Nature which are needed. In the treatment
OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN and Mrs. L. A. Davie spent day. They were aaoompnnlad by and Mrs. E. L. Middle ton and Mrs.Mae throw off a cold Pint Calotabs Is J of cold. ", '
PROGRESS the week-end In Fernandina visitIng > Jones of Jacksonville. They one of the most thorough and da- Calotabs are quite economical: Y'
his mother, Mrs. Mary Davis, their teacher, Mf. iJ.:. H. Benson were home little pendable of all intestinal ellmlnants, only twenty-Ave cents for the family }
and sister, Mrs. J. R. Hardee. and visited various'points of Interest accompanied by :bus cleansing the Intestinal tract of ,I package, ten cents for .the .trial .. '
Including radio.station WRUF. Mine Marjorie Sue MtdOleton who the cwni'ladea mucus and toxlnes. I p ck* .. (AdvJ 1 SJ .
---- -- ,
,_ spent the Thanksgiving holidays
\
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-- Mra. W. S. Gibson .1.
and
small
c )t imbach spent. Monday in Mrs., Warren Perkins and Miss : son, Billy, of St. Petersburg, are Judge and Mrs. 'AZ' Adkins here with her grandparents iii I

sackJOllvwe Eunice Perkins spent Friday visiting -!here visiting Mrs. Gibson's parents, and Mrs. M. 13. Edwardo had as

In Jacksonville.Jack 'Mr. and Mrs. ,T. N. Kendrick. guests Wednesday And Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Simmon and JUBILEEI'
W. H. Griffin and little Catherine XMAS
and Mrs. A. S.: Crews apart daughters daughter Mary ,
Col. Misses Hattie and Lena Griffin, of of Miami, have recently moved to
in,Jacksonville. P. H.' Bell of Gainesville, Mrs. A. S. Crews Mrs. William
SaturdaY Dobrow Goldsboro, N. C., who were enrouteto Starke and have taken an apart-
spent Sunday here with Mrs. Bell Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, AT
their winter home in Punta ment with Col. and Mrs. D. E.
and small and Mrs.
son, Robert Hovey. Elizabeth Meadle spent
Mrs. D.:.E. Knight spent Gorda. Mr.
Col. and Knight. Simmon Is a State
Friday visiting in Gainesville.
IfrliUy to Jacksonville.Mrs. Auditor and he is Installing a new
Miss Lula -----
Redgrave will leave The W. C. T. U. will assembleat I auditing system at the Florida
Mr. and Mrs.
today ( for months C. M. Imbach and
Friday) a visit
the home of Mrs. Noble White :State Farm.
A. F.'Sauls spent Tuesday in Petrsburg, Va., with relatives. Miss Beatrice Johns spent Sunday JACOBS'NEXT
lifting in Jacksonville. I visiting friends and relatives in for their Friday afternoon meet-, .--- p
Green Cove Springs and Palatka.Mr. ing this week. Cars will call for It takes 333 human hairs placed
Mrs. R. C. Cone and Miss Pansy those who are not convenientlysituated I.

1ofr. and Mrs.'p,. E. Johns have Cone spent Sunday in Waldo as and Mrs. Charles Larsen of I to attend if the secretary I lido by-side- .to-.cover... one inch.
I recently moved to Jacksonville. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Olin Lakeland Is notified before twelve o'clock DOOR TO POSTOFFICE '
Ray. were recent guests of One pound of American cheese
Mrs. Larson's brother-in-law and Friday.'' :. contains the fat and protein of one
Beautiful. winter coat at reduc- sister, Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight. .-- gallon of whole milk.

L prior. BlargueHte'B Shoppe.. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Damon, of Save 20% on your automobile -- -e
Colralne, Mass.; have returned to Reduced price 'on our entire Insurance, convenient terms too. Four-fifths! of teachers In the

P.E. Cunova'i ', Jry,'was a business their"winter" home.with Mrs.,M. K. stock of winter dresses. Marguer Wilson Reulty. Sip United! States are women. $25FREEIN

tiI110r to St. Augusine Tuesday. Hull. I ite' Shoppe. A Santa Rosa, Calif., church has
Mr. and Mrs. P. it. Barefoot hadas been built from one Redwood tree.

Mr.and Mrs. K. G. Duncan spent Mrs. William Dobrow and chil- Dr. S. Sternberg of Daytona their guests for several days It provided 78,000 feet of lumber
Wednesday visiting' in Jackson- dren, Joan and Jackie moved Wed- Beach, spent Thanksgiving hereas this! week Mrs. Barrfoot's sinter, ...- -.
I elSe nesday to Fort Meade to join Mr. the guest of his parents, Mr. Mrs. Frances Parker, and daughter. Of the milk given annually byLhe '
Dobrow.Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg and fam Miss Imogene and son, Henry, 22 million cows In the United
Mrs J. W. Edwards spent 'Mon ily. of Grand Rapids, Mich. They were States, about 40 billion pounds are CASH
en route to Dade City for the whiter. devoted to butter production.
day In Gainesville\ visiting Mrs. C. and Mrs. Sinclair Bryan of
Mr. and Mrs C. C. Shepard and '. Also Mrs. M.' Opperman of -
& Simpson. Raiford, were guests Sunday of ASK US ABOUT THE RULES
little daughter of Hilliard spent Grand Rapids who Iti en route to
- Mrs. Bryan's aunt, Mrs. A. A.
Brown. the past week-end here as the Plant City her winter home.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. REALESTATE
ENT A WORD Knight. CUT PRICES A REAL
Misses Myrtle and Florled Kll- 4TARKE CHURCH DIRECTORYFIRST ON OUR 'JUBILEE
lingsworth spent the
Thanksgiving Dr. and Mrs. Carl C. Mendoza BAPTi'Sr CHURCH ENTIRE STOCK OF BARGAINS
COLUMN holidays visiting relatives In Jack- '
sonville. and Gloria Johns, of Jacksonville, Rev. O. B. Price, Pastor IF YOU WANT TO
were guests Sunday of Mrs. Mendoza's Sunday School 10' o'clock a. m.,
TOE SALE-2 Used Bicycles In BUY, SELL OR RENT EVERYTHING 22 DAYS-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. A.. J. Thomas, Supt.
I first class condition 1 practical- Mrs. W. B. Mundy spent the Griffin. Morning Worship,,'!! a. m.: SEE US- FOR TilE OF CONSTANT
rebuilt, past week-end In Jacksonville as I '
1 new see Billy FAMILY
It new; B. Y. P.-U. 6:45: p. m. VALUES
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Dowllng. P. O. Box 034, Starke It ''
Compton.Mr. Mrs. S. E. Brownlee spent sev- Evening Worship.7:30,: : p. m. WILSONREALTY .
Ifakefleld eral days of this week In Jackson- S. 3 Teachers Meeting, Wednes-
cabbage plants now
ville as the guest of the Rev. and 6:45 CORP. I COMPARE OUR PRICES
I ready; other varieties soon. $1 .and Mrs. M. W. Morrow, of day : p. m.
Iper and Mrs. M. C. Stith and Miss Martha Mid-week Prayer service, Wednesday -
thousand. 6,000 10,000Ibti
Jasper, were guests several days '.
Brownlee.C. 7:30: :m v
A. J. p. >
in
cheaper proportion. last week of Mr. and Mrs. ElleryM. ----It''
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tf Davis. *
A. Davis, of Tampa, and Method Church
IFOR SALE And Trade-Mules, Speed Harvey, of Plant City, spent Rev. B. M. Montgomery' Pastor. 4 4.
Horses, and Mulch cows. E. J. Smart hats now greatly reduced the past week-end here as the Sunday School-10 a. m.
|Dowling, Starke. It at Marguerite's Shoppe. guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Rlc- Morning Worship-ll a. m. Fruit Cake Materials Tip Top Grocery f''

kenbacker.Mr. Epworth League-7:15 p. m.
WOLVERINE Horse hide shoes Arthur Manassa Is spending sev Evening Worship 7:30( p. m. ARE CUT PRICE. \
and boots sold at the eral days in Fernandina with his
right price
and Mrs. Tolbert H. Black, You are Invited to all these serv C. II. NASWORTHY, Owner and Operator
Ill. C. Mannings, Starke, Fla. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and .
of Gainesville, spent Thanksgiving ices.
Mrs. D. T. White. Candied Lemon Peel lb. 29c '
lip Day here as the guests of Mrs. Friday and Saturday Special
Black's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T Presbyterian?Church Candied Peel lb. 29c
IRT OUR Medicated\ stock tonic Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Anderson Rev. George H. Lowry, Minister Orange ;.,
for all run down stock also a N. Kendrick. Prices, December 7 and 8, }\
have moved to the Forsythe cot- 10:00: a. m.-Ssbbath School. Candied Citron Peel, lb. 29c
room destroyer. J. C. Manning, tage on Cherry Street'IIwhJCh they 11:00: A..M..Morning' Worship; '
Mr. and Mrs. 13. W. Hayes and
Candied Cherries Ib. 39c
Stake, FIlL
;
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$ Itp recently purchased children" Enos and Betty, also lermon by.the paster.' _

FOR RENT: -one 6-room house, Mrs A. S. Strickland spent several 0:00: p. m.--Young Peoples Vesper Candied Pineapple, lb. __ 39c DIXIE CRYSTAL, BACONPlates :
and one 5-room house Hot waer Mrs. L. A. Canova and Miss days recently visiting relatives in : Service. ,
visiting Candied Ginger lb. 39c lb.. 20c r
Canova
and other conveniences. Also Mary spent Monday Orlando and Ocala. 7:30: p. JD.-Evenl1d1' Worship., SUGAR ,

(famished apartment on first floor. .in Jacksonville. Rosewood Baptlxt Church< Sundried Figs, lb. _. __ lOc 8IUBBacon ;,

lltp lira S F. Hamrlck,. S. Walnut St. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Jernigan- Jr., spent Mr. Thanksgiving and Mrs. G.Day H.In Bennett Jacksonville Rev. L. O. Hemingway, I"astol'Services Bible Sundried Dates, lb. --_ 15c 5 Lbs. 25c lb._'23c 'y

of Gainesville, were visiting relatives every Sunday. Sundried Prunes 2 Ibs. 15c
SELLING as the guests of their son- Study 10:15: a. m. Services at 3:30: pk
OUT-Owing to failing here Sunday.
in-law and Mr. and Mrs.
daughter
health I will sell out everything Randolph H. Boree. o'clock In afternoon. Sunmaid Raisins, 2 lb. pk 15c GOLD MEDAL CARNATIONMILK

I own In Starke: home, tools, some William Clason of Jacksonville
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Sundried Currants lOc
pkg.
..
metal roofing, lumber sawed out formerly of Starke, was a business Mr. and Mrs. J. Doyle, Mrs Rev L. A. Donnley, P..torService. MILK I I

odds and ends" useful about your -- Miss Clarice Gill spent Sunday vis- Sunday School, 2:30: p. m. I Red & Green Pineapple Ib 39c 3 Tall 17c 3 Tall .20cTOMATOES
urne or farm. If you are looking Miss Helen Prather and Miss Elizabeth !
iting relatives of Mr. Doyle;;, In Bible Study and Prayer Service ,' l
or bargains come to 403 South Williams spent Tuesday vis- Green Cove Springs. every Saturday night Sundried Peaches, lb.I.' 15c : 's
' ompeon. W. E Daugherty. tf iting In Jacksonville. CHARMER y,
-I t Sundried Apricots, lb. .25c
- Mrs. Leo Keller and son, Leo, First Christian. Church -

Jr., Mrs. C. E. Johns, Mrs. E. W. Rev. W. T. MrOuIre, Pastor English Walnuts, lb. -.. 20c COFFEE

CONSULT DR. Hayes, and Mrs W. A. Bessent, Bible School, 10 a. m. Brazil Nuts,'Ib. .,,. .__ 19c NO. :% CAN
Jr., are spending today (Friday) Communion, 11 a. m.
STERNBERG FREEI visiting in Jacksonville.Mr. Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m. Paper Shell Almonds, lb. 25c 2 Can. 25c Each 7c(
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30:
will tell you In plain word and Mrs. deorge White, I p. m. ARGO "v
WHAT TUB TROUBLE IS. Frances White, and O. W. Alder Preaching Second Sunday 11 a. FLORIDA ROUND ,
WHAT IS CAUSING IT AND PRUNES 2 lb. 15c
WHAT MAY BE DONE TO CORRECT man, of Tallahassee, spent the 1 no.and8p.an. pkg.
IT. IF YOU SUFFER WITH past week-end here as the guestsof I5c 4
Mrs. G. W, Alderman. St. Markn Episcopal Church STANDARD PEAS OR STEAK Lb.
Bad fitting shoes Toeless Socks Service on second fourth and $
Thin Underwear last year's hat Mrs. Flora B. Cady and Miss I Fifth Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. CORN 2 No. 2.Cans 15c
babies
Short Shirts Crying
Beverly Cady moved Wednesdayfrom Litany and choir' practice at Kilt i
1928 Suits Wet feet their Kingsley Lake home f:30 o'clock on Friday nights pre- A REAL, GOOD MEDIUM

Call today for consultation. I will and are occupying the Sparkman seeding Sunday services. STEW BEEF Lb. 8c
rot accept any case which cannot house on East Call Street. WEIGHT BROOM 17c ,
be benefited. Prices rmMonuble. SALT f
Office bourn 8 to 5:30. Phone 81.rMEN'S Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Lane and OvNER E PRINCE '

small Gainesville daughter spent, Mary Thanksgiving Beth, of SUP ALBERT Can lOcFRESH MULLET Each. 5c \
MEN'SBREECHES """
RIDING BIG LINE f
FLORIDA CHUCK >
,
Day here with Mrs. Lane's parents


WORK( PANTS Mr.Mrs.and Jeanette Mrs. P. Kincaid J. Pearce.and Mrs. MEAL HOME GROUND 10 Ibs. 20c ROAST Lb.' 1 HePURR I. i I

{\ .
PORK
O. L. Beaaley pent the Thanksgiving -

L $2up 98c their holidays parents,in Mr.Tampa and Mrs.visiting A. C. BAKERS 1SAUSAGE Lb. 25c !

Hoppe.Durden also Mr. and Mrs. C. C. COCOA can 1 c f.AHfiK MILK FEDFRYERS ;



I KEEP WARM BIG ASSORTMENT.. Rev.and and children Mrs. B.Shirley M. Montgomery ,' Marvin, JELLO 3 pkgs. 18c Lb. 22c 1 1ii

.
BALBRIGGANPAJAMAS DOLLS and and Gene spent Thanksgiving DayIn PONT TOASTIEH! CORN ''
Benson Springs as the guests DELICIOUS { ,

of Mrs. Montgomery's parents, the FLAKES 3 for 25c APPLES .
I FOR LADIESL$1.95 TOYS10ctol Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Austin. Doz. 25c' i

MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE YORK IMPERIAL t
Mrs. Cella I. Manassa Mr. and .., ..<.-Itft'ff -
Mrs. George Manassa, Miss Mlna ryassn a* high. tension.If Lb. 27c APPLES 6 Ibs. 25c f
Manassa and Phillip Manassa wonder yon snap at the wifeMd 1
spent Thanksgiving Day In Fer- bark a& UM chUdnB. '",

OUTING FLANNEL nandina as the guests of Mr and : water' may wrtl lead U Otwwertjrfr SJ vepU ... HELLKAM'-S! J
r SQUASH
I'. SHEETINGlOc I I Mi! T, White.-- j N nrou*,H>*.--'r.y ; .r Lb. lOc i
w'i tndtLws.e..t boM <
geetiaa and -a e
a yard Mr. and Mrs J. P., Warren are I ether saipleasant dbtorb 'eem FANCY'
announcing arrival of an eight tn Dr. MOeV MAYONNAISE
yoa
SPECIAL NOTICE TO, KIDDIES and one-half pound boy on December Nerrbe TableUf EGGPLANT Each lOc
Who 3. The little boy has been Jot OM fn a half glasso.rtazed eter < ,
are entered in the Bicycle Contest. On Friday I: named Julian Pierce Jr. Mrs. avUue) a eUeaaat, (parkv 8-oz. Jar ,17c IIAnD
the 13th and Friday the 20th of this Month we will Warren was formerly Miss Louise .. drink deltefctfaDy ..-hfaNERVINE Jar '
K>*e 3000 rotes for :pint jar of or Smith. .. --. 16-oz. 30c LETTUCE Each lOc
every preserves Dr. IIn." N.viey II awtrd.1. I4
\r ja of vegetables l larger size In proportion that you twe for.-,1Jgdd d 32-oz. Jar 50c ""Y

bring the store. These will be turned over to Harold C. Wall spent last week- a..U list Tallie& Both haw BANANAS Lb. 5c
some lto end visiting his mother-in-law, .. __ .._. reset.$1.N CAN
organization for distribution to the poor Dutton in Tampa, he
Mrs. C.' T. M me roues

....!!' Christmss Day; --t i was accompanied home by Mrs. .. list ,' CALO DOG FOOD 9c SATSUMAS Doz lOc
-IT I Wall, who has been 'spending several r ) t: M I I' :

PAYS TO BUY AT weeks theer. a* the, guest of (' f'll' }{ lie

her mother. ( Hot Maxwell House, Coffee Served All Day Saturday. '
STERNBERC'Sc'x7e' tf ...
i Sweaters, all ...., colon, patterns

reduced. Marguerite's Shop.
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FRIDAY,
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPIt!: 8TARKI!:. FIAUUUA DECEMBER.. 1tTIBBEIrS

.A011 NLt! ----..;;:
-,- TOWNSEND CLUB In some of
SPEAK Florida's
,
I TO swam .
NEW FLORIDA FEEDS stand
CHRISTMAS SEAL NOTES ARE UNDER TEST IN ,I George F. -flbbetu of Camp of The Townsend Club met In rag to the cypress giant Redwood trees second
In the Free session at the Court House< of the pI
EXPERIMENT wU speak ular
CATTLE the Palms,
December 8, !. Tuberculosis rifle coast! in size.
Sunday,
byterian Church next Sunday evening on Monday evening December 2

Sunday all over the United r OATNK3VrLE Investigation December 8, at 1:30: o'clock There was a very good attendanceIn .

States of, ;Mrs.Christmas J. M. Alvarez Seal Sales, chair-in FARMERS SECTIONI looking to 'greater'. utilization of He will be accompanied by his mu spite of the Inhospitable weather -
man
'' service Is the members
delightful condltiona.and
announced this I two Florida'products sugarcani slclana and a
Bradford County,
of the various and grapefruit etusln feeding] anticipated. Everybody welcome were enthusiastic as they learned
week. Ministers Demonstration AgentsRURAL TheMan
Starke churches have agreed to by cattle have Just been initiated by;: that it Is generally admitted bj

take cognizance of the day. I the Florida1 Agricultural Expert CARD OF THANKS the citizens of our country that the
ment Station.- 'II. Harold Humeassistant' pension plan Is the greatest movement -
W. B. Welch, of the colored -- ._- We wish to express our gratitude that has ever been put before -
research director
says
-
WhoKnows
.11.-
.. Kind condolence -
:Methodist Church, will preach a that the 'sugarcane feeding trial: and appreciation for the the people of any country it <
and services are GROWERS TO GET and beautiful floral offerIngs -
special sermon CANE being conducted at the Belle the world. The Townsend Plan
are
being arranged by the negro com- FINAL PAYMENT OF 88 which we received from our millions
endorsed by so many -
Glade Station, while fresh cannery has been
mittee beaded by A. O. Jenkins, CENTS A TON FROM AAA refuse la being fed for the firs many friend. during: our recent bereavement of people of this country that I
Alvarez said. SENSE the loss of our wife ,
:Mrs. COMMON ,
time at Lake Alfred.At it is now in a position to begin the I
The chairman also said this GAINESVILLE-Florida sugar- and mother. Its
of "the Big Stick" against
Everglades Station, use Whether
the pre the
week that as In 1934, H. E. Lagrgren By SPUDS JOHNSON cane growers cooperating In the H. L. Hough enemies and as we are all human Rem
comparing
was the first contributorto adjustment program will receive llmtnary studies are freshly cut sugarcane and Children. beings we will most assuredly use You are taking for

the 1930 sale The window display HUNTERS SHOULD BE final 1034-30 benefit payments of sugarcane, and silage sugarcane, and mo I. it where It Is needed. Headaches Neuralgia

at J. M. Alvarez's store WITH GUNS Flat peaches, measuring one Inch .
CAREFUL and advance lasses. Fifteen steers are being Twenty-six more people have be or Rheumatism Pains
ton payments -
88 cents a
shows the 1935 seal, which depicts TRAGEDIESThe three inches across, an
TO AVOID of the three lots thick and members of our club and ware < I
in each
used, five come is SAFE is Your
a girl of 1860 mailing a letter In of 70 cents a ton on their near Pelplng, China. Doctor.
Is this Is the grown strong enough to take an
known
So far now
one of the first mail boxes which hunting season is on. 1933-36: crops, says a report to the as with in the work of the Ask HimDon't
first time a feeding test Important part
Into use that year. State Agricultural Extension Ser- as a medicine In
came is regarded
Tea
of the season and
On the opening day freshly cut sugarcane has ever great national organization
Wash-
officials In and
AAA
vice from of Spain
Little Margaret Montelth appeared November 20, a well-known been made, and It Is hoped that re- the country places stores square accounts with those whc Entrust Your
at the Rita Theatre Thursday ington. be bought only at drug
will a bash. may been traducing the plan.
this give have
carried its suits year
? and Friday nights dressed to Florida newspaper on With the 88 cents payment, the Own or Your Family'iWellBeing

represent the girl on the 1935 front page an editorial portrayinga total amount paid per ton on the for further trials. The antelope Is the only hollow Come friends get in, me "bandwagon" I' to UnknownPreparations < :

eal. The short film being shown tall skeleton standing in the 1034-35 crop will be $1.88, an advance Mr. Hume envisions an all-la horned ruminant In the world that' and help banish poverty

at the Rltb shows the President's midst of a field where hunters payment of $1 having been cal product to supply a local market sheds its horns. and want from our country for all

mother endorsing the seal sale. and dogs rambled. The cartoon made already. A deduction of two if the sugarcane. can be used time and put smiles on faces thai you take any prePare i
that BEFORE
I captioned: "Open Season." cents a ton will be made from the as a cattle feed. The EvergladeiIs .. NOTICE OF" BOND MI.KCTIO" have pictured the agonies don't know all about,1
was > while the l I. hereby given by Th.< to their families.,
of cane, Notice want has brought
administrativeexpenses. a big producer for the relief of headaches
The black boar whelps from one No more definite warning to second payment for Board of Publln Instruction of Brad ; or the I
I with their territory west of the Glades is one. ford County Slate of Florida, tha ,Next regular meeting of the club'I pains of rheumatism, neuritis orl
to four cubs, two being average. hunters to be careful cattle be held on Ssturda'the ; Mon ask doctor whit
of the outstanding range nn leutlon I will will be at the Court House, neuralgia, your hel
1830 I
--- areas along the East Coast furnish 14th day of December electors, A.who D. ar... day evening; December IS, at '7:80. ,,thinks about it- in compan :
for the car- by 'the qualified with Genuine I
could be drawn, Bayer Aspirin.
guns Schoo
Tax
l "V'A-M toontat had very cleverly and< a considerable'market. Sugarcane Dlmrlrt freeholders Number of Special Fourteen of th.. p. m. We say this because before tbtl
C/Uy tremendous tonnage ot H. H. Young, President.HAROLD .
v--- injected death Into the yields' a aid County of Bradford State o discovery of Bayer Aspirin, mar,
forcefully Everglades soils, thus providing a Florida, to determine whether o so-called "pain" remedies were ad-I
PltBSENTSKefreslftwraeiit bunting picture: death awaiting cheap feed. With improved qualIty not Bald district will Issue Thounam bond vised against by physicians being< ;
of Seventeen
1 him who mishandles his gun or and supplemental feeding, the In Dollar the sum for the purposes fat forth) bad for the stomach; or, often, 'or:
Tinie" nearby. for said electloi the heart. And the discovery
someone of cattle placed on the In petition calling a
grade range file with the Bald Board of Bayer Aspirin largely
now on change
Be careful when you go Into the market can be stepped up until: Publlo Instruction In Ih office'In medical

IN THE HOME ON THE AIR woods for game.This the local product will meet a good County the Courthouse Florida In and Btarlce that,Bald Bradfon.eleo Countless practice.thousands of peep< ,

NOBLE' warning, as old as the sport' market demand. tlon shall be held at the followlni who have taken Bayer Aspirin yea

RAY Itself, cannot be sounded too often Within the last two years feedIng school houses. In said district, to- In and out without ill effect bnel
wit: Vanderbilt, Hellbron and RIs Gab as eee-
Orchestra be over-emphasized. Firearms Sta __ asrnl safety correct dwy/
and Ills or tests at the Experiment Ingr. trI about its were
are dangerous and, as long as they that dried There bains' newspaper pub i e; ;; I
s ;
with supporting cast of stars ton have shown grape llshed In said Special Tax Schoo NOW tit; 1 Remember this: Genuine Dlyftl1
are used in hunting, just so long fruit refuse Is a good cattle ration District Number Fourteen It Is or, /,1' --......... Aspirin is rated among Hit twitI/.
.4 b will there be danger and a necessity This the fresh refuse Just' dared that said notice shall b. pub die. eeaowtee. methods get discovered for the ftht
year successive weeks In ... ...
Untied for four ere .r. headaches and all
for utmost care In hunting as It comes from the cannery, ii the Bradford County Telegraph, r-pa- of common paid
fences slip- : the only paper publish' .. and toft for the average pena
a L In going over you being tested In comparison will that being A
e Ti- gun through first gooover your. the dried, and with peanut hay, a J. QRIFFIS!, You can get real Bayer Aspirin is
other side and then standard roughage. Fifteen steers Secretary for said Board.W. C.WALLttMflfTi onu drug store-simply by eeveiaekag

are being used In this work, which Chairman. C. MANNING.of said Board. for it by the name "IUIJlriu'! "

self.Keep a wary eye for other hunters Is under way'at the Citrus Experiment 11.H-5 18-18. INSURANCE ffPVCfTII.I4S alone, but alwayi saying BAYER
,. \
1 ASPIRIN when
buy.
: for your own safety and that Station;'Lake Alfred.' NOTIC13 OP KLBCTIOV: 210 CU IT STAKf,FIArMs you

= I of others. A quick, careless shot In the meantime,,extensive feed At-a special meeting of the Board AGfMrr #-AT srtrfo rws Aspiri
Bayer
of Public Instruction for the County '
i
death for another man:
may spell big experiments with cattle. are of Bradford Stat. of Florida.
you may get the'bird, but you being continued at Gainesville and which special meeting was held pursuant .

\% i r may also take a human life, Iyou're Quincy. Af Quincy the North personal to call, notice of which and all were memberhad present .. m

# .. not careful. Florida Experimental Station Ii I on the 14th day of November, A.

r _, Watch your step. You may stej checking the relative value of pea. D.proceedings 1835.the were following had, to-wit among:'othe, I .

r; I on a rattler If you don't, or yo nut meal with cottonseed meal. S. L. Crews, a members of sailBoard

\ \ may step on a twig roll off you: -'' -. ---- move Its presented adoption a, r..olutlonand which motloi FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

balance and be wounded or killec FLORIDA POTATOESMUST was seconded by J. C. Prevatt, dmember

by the accidental discharge of your NOW BE SOLDACCORDING discussion of said.ald motion Board was, and put after be.. Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Reed.

TO AC! for the said Board, and that th COURTEOUS SERVICE
and
PROMPT
EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT gun.When following members voted aye: EFFICIENT,
surehthere's '. game In hunter.b< GAINESVILLE S. 1* Crews: ay.. MODERATE] PRICES
COLUMBIA:: NETWORK not another It : The' Potato, J. C. Prsvatt ay*. Starke Florida
before Act' of 1935 became effective on W. C. Manning, aye.
the same direction you resolution bj
STATION WBT 9:30 E.S.T. whereupon the said DeWITT C. JONES
.
shoot. It's better to lose a bird 01 December and all potatoes harvested the Chairman of said Board was da.

p COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. i a whole covey of birds than tc I and sold by Florida'''growers oared tlon la In adopted wards, and and figures which follow resolu

Pho'nel.' W shoot another person. now must-be. handled 'in accordance Ing'to-wttt-, -
Starke Fliu
ft" WHEREAS. at a meeting of Thi _
": '_. Be careful and be a. sport..Abldt<. with-allotment, packaging Board of Publlo Instruction for th r

tt 1"R".COLI l OtA-EOLA ii iron PUCE cut; IT moms IN TOUR iei-soz AT HOMI I by the law .the rules of the gamer and staump-, features of the County of Bradford State of Florida
act, says R. i S. Dennis, assistant held at It. office In the Courthouse -
r In the City of Stark. 'Brad For Expert RepairingSmith's
district agent with the- Extension ford County Florida on the 14th

Service, who'is In charge of ad day of November, A. D. 193B, there
was presented a petition signed by
ministration'of the program In more than SB per c.nt of the quail-
this state. fled elector who are free holder,
MaKe their Christmas joy residing within the t..rrltorr.known
Signing of i potato growers', ap and designated a' GaragePhone
plications and making of grows School District Number Fourteen of
"
Bradford County Florida, praying'
__ allotments have been in progress aid. Board to call an election to determine
complete with in Florida for several weeks. In whether said Special Tax
School District Number Fourteen 120
Florida and 'other early-harvest should Issue bond. In the Hum ofSeventeen

tog states,,. arrangements have Thousand Dollar for the

been made,td
y :tIte on4 .',,!, confusion in placing the stamp and .. ,fixture. t er.for, to be used
by the white children of said dletrletl -
packaging'provisions of the, program ; and thin Board bavins' duly ...
Into operation. oonaldered such petition and the
"""" fact atated therein and having determined -
: Tax-exempt atampi"for that said petition I. signed -

plantings, whIch.are to be given by more than twenty-five.per cent
of the qualified electors who are
!12 to each grower for his allotment, freeholders residing In Bald Special
have been received and are now Tax School: District Number Fourteen
and that the issuance of bond
Jj :: available at the offices of county a* prayed for therein la necessary,
agents in the state, Mr. Dennis ex- and that said petition fully compiles
with the law It lit, thereforePUBLIC
[ >lalna. RESOLVED MY THM BOARD OF
The national sales allotment total INSTRUCTION aforesaid In
its special meeting held on this 14th On gallon,
set
of 228,600,000 bushels, as day of November, A. D. 19.15. that
by the AAA. and the Individual It I I. expedient and for the best Interest could lift o
Mchool
of *ald Special Tax
grower allotments into which thii I District Number Fourteen of :Bradford th..tonMastodon
total Is being distributed by state County Florida that title Board
u r and county committees, will not be I on behalf of said district do Issue
and veil bond In the amount of Seventeen
taxed.. Thousand Dollar. for the
: purpu e. aa stated In said petition 3X mils

above ..
BE IT"FURTHER RESOLVEDthat
said bond .hall be In the denomination -
of One Thousand Dollar .
Mdtn9 oa each and shall bear date July O
lit. A. Di 19i!, with Interest thereon
tl+
4f vtcksVoP annum at the, payable rate of seml-annually four per cent per on of -,

be first day of July and January

c MAsvea s Luxe sroT smug VicKS COUGH DROP duekandrpayable.aidas. bond follows to become* -On* I

? Thousand Dollar on July ltr A. D.
and on. Thousand Dollars on
IKJ8.
4Dr
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July 'let of each and' every yearth..r.
after until said bond are ..
A._........,rM..ai,.. DOCTOJSKNOWMothers fully Ths p aid.n cIPAI and Interest of said r

IMPBOVXD eUDDfwMO shall be payable at the officeof
V.ht.A. Till: ..DJb Give your family a new Chevrolet bonds the Hanover National Bank In
sID of
ateM.llcrfaoltr Stat '
and
,, JnDIlAVUatIw> only compute lotvpricedcarlTheir aaM'd'"f"ft ....,." read this:' theYork., orat New" the off oe of the /r .

.......................-......,.... when they JiTtiiurnit said Board of Public Instruction for
will sparkle of Florida, -,
eye trap irm Bradford County, Stat. '
;
the beauty of its new Turret In Htarke, Florida. :
sea stOWDlstr l r BE) IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat ;
t nl"' '''''' the same
and
quicken election b*
Top Body..theipulses DWY YIEM'I la.r<1TOSe an- be held at the
called to s
rk OLID STEEL WMilTUUETTOP ._ vrb n they test the performance !. Mew T.mt Topcucvmourra ) sods cfA HI Is school hereby houses of Vanderbllt day Hell-ofDecember.
14th
of its ITigh-Conipresmon ValY8- ,.. ....,..............o..lbd/.1h bron and ,Rising A. D. on 10311.the to determine 1
a ., ........,. ,.,.... ., ..4.h head Engine and their face ....,.. -en.htl a.. whether said bond. shall be Issuedas .(.
__ cUantln/ditt l-xfnu/: 0 uae/4r herein described and that atsaid /
radiate satisfaction when they experience lNtc.- quantity Inmorrvm, bt taeh tiau election the question to" be

rr the comfort of its famous until Aoawfc IMC* iw 11cJp dd elL- submitted shrill,,be "For bond. or
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Knee Action'Ride*. iOc>QOOTr. ..- .. AlTIs"FlJRTHinR RESOLVED that
.Ca gliding ........... "f"r Why da>> people com home from aborwih there appointed the following \
YALVt iX RZAD iM 11 ...... like at Vanderbilt S. W.Whltehead. .
U .... hHw .. You will also know that hare Mw ..,.,. towvb working- a' managers, U L. Norman, and L. L. .
..in
pvi. watch
at
we1l-reauIat K.-T... Crew as Clerks
them the car Renfro
.. red eH omotor
wsa.ral / .w.r given R. Slarl-
I
Green
\, M. D- *
The Is. simple, and It's the Hellbron.
built for the new 1936 Cher answer and J. T. Moore, and Matthew'Uen
... ever TfRiOi' .t"D1IB .T Inn 1
1tLi If 11. H.
.T3 l IT to Uyoiir bowel ""otfft us Clerk e. fkMfar, -
'f. rolet is tbeonly low-priced car:with LOWVSUCM. you will. only r.alileit:uuity . Brake C.e.and C. A. Crosby a. Clerk,
New Perfected Hydraulic .
and bo.pitai.me.liquid UixaUva.
602 Steel Turret Top'and the *495MM *' iT1I8tl0FURTH !R RESOLVEDAND
Solid
'.If JOG kna what a dote knows th "LIFT"
tow sunr i IlDUCID other advantages listed here. W.n tin. C */ "rutt" BMII Hi lii tc you would IKMT sly the liquid form.A resolution ORDERED b* published that In* the foregoing Bradford EXTRAIN

Ii ** be Uken In County Telegraph, a weeklynewspaper
TrtM
4".110. rm liquid es atwayt
MAN' **
MJLCTIMI MTsMNff Chevrolet deaItr.1.1 .......... '.wA...._HmltrUi.ll dovw. Reduced of general. circulation

I..*-fmm4mt.. a-Iof'Mt"'c.JI"J'..a. ,CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY ::::.t..ia..r...=i.. 4tl.dresw = gradually dotag Is Iht.ttcnt retdued ./ any not relief published ida, there being no .paper" County rUbll.he"In Flor- H-C road tests' prove 15
--, c-
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K- orriorrUr000AN .........-.u .ka from constipation. Number said. Fourteen, and that the publication ,
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"Ask a doctor about UJs. Ask your tour successive hereof b weeks* for the bealnnlua period on of to 20% more smooth power

druggist bow popular liquid A. 1>.
very the 16th day of November .
lautivts have become.They give the lMi" .." =:w:
Daiar -
CHEVROLET Sinclair
W..C. MANNING hit die
right Hud ol Jedp Md iiLt amount Chairman of Tb. Board of

of .....p.1,..liquid Uxslhr" gMMaOy Public Instruction 'for. -DradATTET' -

k r seed u Dr. Cautoslf*Syrup PwwU.'t :" County Florida Agent Sin
It coat sins ssans zed catcars- Dothnatural A.J. 0 RJ1I'Ii'J&superint.ndeDt SDTOUUK PBOO CCTSPHONVLM
.ssMrtfr m......t.i ..-;form M, for the Boardof FOH '
Chevrolet Co. Instruction for the'
Torode kabit.eves la eb0di a.Saw try Imp County Public of Bradford, State of 'WAINWRIGHT AgtsrAgi4 .
i P_ .YM Just oaks .......... Florida, and ex-offlolo. B* r.- J. H. ,

'ABU, FLORIDA ...r tffl Nan nslora.. teiflr. .: tarr- of- -said- Board. ; sTrOSiAdb


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DECEMBER 6, 1983
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BRADFORD ,COUNTY TELEGRAPH! STAUKK.! FLORIDA 'J
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TRU-FRUIT DISTRIBUTING AGENCY DR. JOHN L.


724 KING ST., JACKSONVILLE MEISTER GULF REFINING CO.( f'


PHONE 7-3299 ST. JAMES BLDQ. TALLEYRAND AVE. JACKSONVILLE '

FRESH TRU-FRUIT.ADES-ALL FLAVORS JACKSONyILLEPHONE 8-0761 PHONE 5-1423 _

F. K. WARD, MGR ,

SPECIAL ORDERS HANDLED FOR PARTIES CHIROPODISTLocated Probably no other company in hold in the commercial world of weather If you patronize their sta
I
WHOLESALE the vicinity is a more liberal contributor this part of the country. Each day tions.

II. II. SCHULTE In Jacksonville Is this to the development of this ha seen its service become of This company ha had a wide
Prop.
well known chiropodist who offer section of the country thus the more and more essential value, and experience in this buclness. The ''

rJO review of the business agrtInursl wide experience In every feature of along this line will be Interesting a most complete service and specialises Gulf Refining Co. Today they are today It 1* indispensable to the management has demonstrated its ; ,

and industrial Interest of this business and because of their reading for many business men as In foot trouble. He has had prepared to render service of the community. The management Is ability a* oil men and a* a result

I Election of the tata would bepmplete comprehensive knowledge of every through their policy they have much experience in the profession moat metropolitan character andIt familiar with the business and by this service has come Into the
!" / 'inen- branch of the trade, this establishment built up their largo and growing and Is a man of wide ability. I may well be said that this oil the experience has learned the various prominent position it occupies to-
without prominent has continued to witness business. There Is perhaps division of !. company Is one of the essential features that are conductiveto day.

tIIII of hl" company which aid In the Increase In the number of There are no more public the field of scientific research In contributors to the commercial development success. W* are) pleased to point with,
spirited -
I little measure,the progress andlwrlty their patrons. citizens in the than which modern development baa of all surrounding coun- Their gasoline gives the most\ to recommend them In the class of ,

of thta section.and It IsISouttedly Their products will be found In the management of community the Tru-Frult been more marked than in that of try Ill growth has been the result power and speed as'well as the pride to the Gulf Refining Co. and ;

one of the progres- demand by all who insist on the Distributing Agency and In mak- Chiropody.Some of admirable policies followedIn quickest pickup of any motor fuel service they furnish to the trade, ':

ire and popular elltabl'hmenlllni best. They deal on a large scale ing this review of the progress of of the greatest scientific Its direction, and it has meritedthe on the market. You do not have to and assure everyone that when ;

du! ectlon, and dally ships many and their activities are conduciveto this section It I 18 natural to wish to minds of the world have developed large patronage It receives to- ever change from one gas to another they buy oil from them they will, ', ,;
i over thls Bectlona the day and the prominent position It with the In theHOWARDHERZENBERGER the best.KIRK'S. '
eIJIIIIgnIIlenll progress and expansion of compliment them and to direct material progersa in this important change get very ,,

Is well known fact that the community In no small degree.It your attention to this establish- profession and all of the features -

III no one Institution! In the is important that we have ment as one of the reliable business that have received the approval AUTO '
bars 0smity that haa met with conscientious firms like this well institutions! of the community of the leading pediatrists of DR. H. G. COX

( favor than this well known known establishment who will aid whclh has added to the develop- the country are available to the

mater ttblUhment.; By reason of the in the reduction of the price of living ment and progress of this part of people of this and adjoining counties 1535 DANCY ST. TOP SHOP

I that the management has had for the people. Their policy the state. if they secure the services of 'II 0
Mt JACKSONVILLE ST.
-- this competent practitioner. -PHONE 2.2072CHIROPRACTOR 1723 MAIN
JACKSONVILLE
It Is not strange then that the
RUTLAND AND SIKES BODY VIMCO MILLSA. !
doctor is of the
one busy professional AUTO TOPS SEAT COVERSKirk'
AND PAINT WORKS men of this community, for THE ONLY CHIROPRACTIC X-RAY AND
his services are in great demand. maintain an up-to-date ,
C. L. WAREHOUSE No. 13 NEUROCALOMETER
SERVICE IN
He hop for the repairing of auto :
735 W. ADAMSJACKSONVILLEPHONE Is a courteous and accommo-
5-3362 JACKSONVILLEPHONE dating man and can be reached JACKSONVILLE tops. They offer a complete and !

30880Tho very conveniently. The general sat Them Are Absolutely Emmtlal To The Frartlc of a Chiropractor. efficient service to the people of I I'

Features An Excellent And Artistic Service In Automobile Paint.pgTake Only Complete Feed Mill In isfaction expressed by his many Practice Without One of Th_ I* SO Per Cent Guess Work; Practice this section a 1'

Especial Care Of Your Car While In Their Hands For This Section of the State clients and the great demand for Without Both la 100 Per Cent Gu_ Work. This popular concern In Jacksonville .

fitatlng And Are Prepared To Give You_The Very Best Workmanship They Utilize Home Grown Products his services constitute a well mer- This chiropractor la an expert In plete, nerve force will flow unre- feaures a complete service 1

I_AI o Operate Excellent Department For Body Repairing. Aa Much As Possible In ited tribute to his ,efficiency and analysis and offers the people of tarded and health will return na In Auto Tops. I
Tho Manufacturing Of Their conscientious methods., We wish this: section the highest type of turally.lie Nothing detracts from the appearance -
One would have to travel far In solutely like new and there will be Feeds. to compliment the doctor upon the professIonal service. Many people and comfort of a car so ", 'I I

I business world to find an esIttblWiment no squeaks nor rattles anywhere. very valuable work that he la do- from all over this part of the coun- Is a professional man of ex much as shoddy and worn out top ", /Ili
tM This establishment is oneof the Ing In this section and to direct traordinary power of understanding
renders Their charges for repair work are try are visitors at his office and and curtains. They make a specialty xr i
more
that of the Individual and noted
leading feed and firms In for "
very reasonable. supply your special attention to his efficient of making your tops and ;
receive beneficial
complete service to the public than The painting department Is prepared this part of the state located in methods. ments. very adjust his quick and correct analysis curtains new at, very attractive ,

Rutland and Bikes Body and Paint to put on high lustre finish. Jacksonville.Few The work of the chiropractor iso Then for he possesses the correction a natural of aptitude all prices. \

activities In the bus- This Is recognized a* the best if any feed dealers In this
WorkS, whose very SABANA BEER correct displacements found In causes of disease.It They know these lines thorough t
bees world have received enthusi- possible. They will paint your car section of the country have attained the spinal column or other osseous! ly and have arranged to offer the ':

ask/ praise and commendation of so it will correspond with the gen- the prominence In this locality CO. Inc. or soft tissues. This Is done by I* not strange then that he la best there Ie, but they did not atop ;i;;<:
eral lines and will think that is awarded this popular one of the busiest professional
Ui many customers. you you adjusting movement performed here, for they were Indeed wise in
Here they are expert body BUTBOM have a new car. establishment. Maintaining an up- 1010 E. BAY ST. with the bare hands In a scientific men of this vicinity, for his services their business and appreciated the 'Vie.:

and feature repairing of tops In making this review we desireto to-date establishment for the ac- JACKSONVILLEPHONE manner, which in time return the are In great demand. We necessity of real magnanimous ser

at bodies, metal parts, and fenders. call the attention of the peopleto commodation of the public this 5-2777 bony segments to their normal ar- wish to compliment Dr. H. O. Cox vice. They equipped themselves to 1''e '

If yon have been unfortunate and the great economic value the progressive business firm has an ticular relation and release the upon the very valuable work he Is furnish service second to none, and '!
gotten In a smash-up they are service of this shop Is to the people enviable record for fair price and Since the legalisation of beer pressure that former deviations doing in this section .and direct the success of this enterprise since ,:J.'I'. '

IeId1 to repair or rebuild your and to impress upon them the necessity good quality. Insisting that every- this distributor baa been working caused on the nerves affected. your special attention to his efficient they have been In business testifies 'fi!:. ,'

body or straighten out your fen- of being thrifty and keep- thing about their place be In accordance full time and has hardly been ableto When such adjustment is com- method to the wisdom of their course. '

din, and your car, when they turn Ing all the autos and trucks on the with the most modern, meet the demands since the pub-I, In making this review of our
will look ab- as long a* possible. scientific Ideas regarding sanitation lic has learned to depend on them ,
move
i over to you again progress we are glad to compliment ,
they have thus assured the for the best wholesome products I I j
Tractor Co. Kirk's Auto Top Shop upon ;
public that feeds and grain com- Beer la fast becoming the moat Burgman Equipment the position they occupy In the life '-
ing from their place are pure and popular beverage throughout the j1
of the country and call their excel '
BOWERS ANDOWERS wholesome. due to Its (
country purity, ingredients
18 RIVERSIDE VIADUCT JACKSONVILLE lent and satisfactory service as; "
They are familiar with the feed and modern'equipment uset I well as reasonable prices to the )J !%1
PHONE 5-1816
203 ORANGE ST., JACKSONVILLE and grain business and by exper- In production. attention of the public. '4
PHONE 5-9194 ience have learned the various This'Is one of our modern dlstributors THEY ALSO HAVE A LOCATION IN OCALA

features that are conducive to of the community'and is PHONE OCALA 223 I.

GENERAL AUTO REPAIRSWith success. During this year they fully worthy of the support of the TRACTORS-ROAD MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT F. M. ODOM j

a convenient location in busiest automobile repair and service evidenced their wisdom by purchasing people, for not only Is It the lead- :
hcksonvffle for motorist of this shops. In large quantities at the Ing concern engaged In Its special Thla section is Indeed fortunateto They buy In large quantities and J

t territory this garage'U under the This progressive firm does all right time and are therefore able field of endeavor but their beer i. have such a progressive firm to keep an excellent stock always In 2362 DELLWOOD A VE. ,

flection of a management rapidly kinds of automobile repair and to offer the people the very beat fast gaining a wider reputation of serve In the line of road machineryand the very best of condition and JACKSONVILLE !

pining popularity In this see- overhauling work. goods at very reasonable prices.In general excellence. tractors. It adds In no little ready for delivery All you have PHONE
to do Is to call them the 7-4538 .if
manner to the and over
progress prosperity
must at time
to< Every car some making this review of the The management and associate
of the If and the trucks will be at
..No matter what, th.D ak. or undergo repairs. It Is at this progress of the community and In this company have not been satisfied community. you phone FLOORING SERVICE
want anything in this line, telephone your place In a short time with
notation of the car may be, time that the auto mechanic establishes. In outlining the more prominent with providing for the Immediate ,
them, call at their establishment the order. Mr. Odom Offers* An, Excellent: \
W of service obtainable his ,, reputation for service firms which give valued serviceto needs of,too people of this
years 1i
Service! In Fleore
Flooring. 1'
to them and The of the
write 'can management Burg-
ly! the owner will depend upon. of merit. The shop force at the public we wish to direct the vicinity. With a broader vision ot you
Laid Old Floor Renewedt
depend oa it that this well known man Tractor Equipment Co. makes '
Ibt class of service It receive at this establishment is prepared to special attention of our readers to the future. prosperity they have Polished And Cleaned. He Will
firm will that it. continual of the marketsof
see get a study
Un hands of the automobile me- furnish any of the lines of gen- Vimco Mills and to say that when made improvements with the view you
Be Glad To Submit An Estimate
the entire world \
They offer the best of service In ; and searches \
chanic. Sooner or later every car eral' overhauling to specialized It comes to these lines you can of greater expansion of their service -
On The Work You Wish gig
the way of distribution. One can for the finest product In the way i
will need repairs. The careful au- lines of work. depend upon his service and the and have been loyal support Done
drive up to the plant, secure It of power machinery that arebrought 14
totat will not even wait until his Service Is not an idle boast. It brands they carry.IEdward era for community betterment.In .
from the delivery In the various to this city and distributed -
Is the result of of good GOOD FLOORS ADD VALUE TO :
or differs a breakdown. He will years conclusion we' will say that ;
towns to which It Is shipped or throughout this territory to the
lave workmanship! done by men of recognized the of Sabana Beer Co. YOUR PROPERTY. :
It given a thorough Inspection prosperity and ;#
just call them over the phone contractors. All goods from their

Wvde.or overhaUling' at regular' In- mobile mechanics skill. Experienced are employed auto-at L. Thomas' the Inc.,business indicates management a higher order on the of they will see that you secure anything warehouses are good of quality.Mr. The people of this section of the) \

that you desire In their line. Burgman is a man of country are fortunate to have at
,
It I to this to assure the best In of and directors
What satisfaction officers
a garage part responsible -
of 1134 E. UNION, JACKSONVILLEPHONE : They keep right abreast of the wide experience In this business, their command the service of P. M. {
con-
bow that car I* In good hands riding comfort and ease who have taken a splendid
times the and the He is well !known
5-286'! In trade secure In this community Odom In reference to floor problem
trol. Bowers and Bowers Is a favorite Interest In
ud that when delivered It will do public Improvements "
distribution of all new productsthat for his excellent service aa of all kind ,I-
ill that the auto mechanic claims stopping place for autolaU rhey merit the trade of every cltl- '
TINNER AND SHEET have been tried and found I head of this well known concern '
for It! It la-Just this guarantee desiring immediate car attention, ran who can after tasting products It always pay to hav..ood f'
METAL WORKER satisfactory In the of where quality has won '
way everything many;
< good workmanuhlp that. has In addition to Its large list of regular which they distribute appreciate friends floors In 'the house,' for ''they are 'j;
In these supplies. I and customers for him.
r
,been responsible for name enjoyed patrons who know this servo Edward L. Thomas is a sheet rood beer. the most visible, feature of its ,

,for several years by one of the ice stands for the best obtainable. metal contractor of high reputation construction. Builder realise this :a;
., and offers the best service and urge that good floor be Installed '

. for the lowest possible price. J. W. CHAMBERSTINNER I PAXSON'S.Inc. by a reliable floor specialist H

1 WHIDDEN'S' WELDING WORKS His work is testimony of his abil

j ity. Equal service to the small as PARADISE AND NATURAL BRIDGE SHOES Likewise If, you already have ;.},

well .. the large piece of workIs 27 W. ADAMS ST.-JACKSONVILLE good hardwood floors, they should "V If
i'' 915 BEN BOW-JACKSONVILLE his motto. All work guaranteed.When be gone over by a good floor man ,
818 RIVERSIDE AVE. PHONE 5-8829 and In condition. If do f
rV i'; PHONE 7-6791 we see water beginning ,. kept they t
\\s ELECTRIC AND ACETYLENE WELDING to come In at the ceiling, then.It is JACKSONVILLEPHONE OWNED AND OPERATED BY FLORIDA CITIZENSIt not look well there 1* no cause for 'v;)

that we begin to bunt up the trou- 0-1174 1 I. quit proper that In this review of the meaning of the word "fit"Style despair; simply see F. M. Odom i
Hany dollar are saved each It Is much quicker to have a ble and source of the leak. When This establishment I* deserving of the ,business interest of ha* not been overlooked by and he will probably be able to vc;
!Mr by.this reliable welding com: welded here than to have to make them look like new, aIn
part the cornices of our home wearout of more than passing notice In this him section we give mention, this progressive firm and by that
dr. Article and. machinery send to some distant city for a and we have an unsightly, dir- review of our onward progress a* prominent and meritorious, to the we mean that they have always making this review we are ,,1 e
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lab that were broken" and new part especially when it 1* a ty stream of water coming down Mr. Chamber Is recognized in this modern and progressive shoe stare enjoyed the reputation of being pleased to compliment F. M. Od- i

4"ought useless have'bee .repair- proven fact that the part will ,rive the side, we must have them re section as one of the moat expert operated by Faxon' Inc. > first with each representative style >m and refer his excellent service :

and are now giving: a* ,good as good service as a new part. paired. It is for this reason that sheet metal and roofing men In the In addition to carrying such a of shoe that has become popular to: our reader and would suggest e

flee as a new part would. Be- for all welding local builders should leave this state. high quality of shoe the management with the public. Just; a little In that a consultation with him will ,
ftt equipped
you throw away'' a broken They and are In the weldingof matter up to this sheet metal con- They understand the kind of take pride and rightfully so advance of other, they display relieve you of all worries In reference \

*M take It here first. U It can specialize and boilers. tractor for they know that the sheet metal and tin work that will In their special fitting service. In each season the style and leathers to the floor In the house. {
plant
fixed they will t.u.you so; heating work will be done right and never stand under this climate and use addition to being expert and scientific that are to b* popular and thus ';
'a*? will also tell you whether It We know you will\ be amazedat have to work for fear that they material that are suited to It. H* In the fitting of shoes, the many have learned to look to themto ,'

"*U be morn profitable to buy the result and economical will be poor materials poor workmanship studies the architecture of the day manager have a.* their assistants learn "what what" tat correct ,

slew part and what the probable price We wish to compliment or any other trouble.. and make all work conform to oth.r. who are also scientists In shoes for any occasion. .i'
IIIIIt Will be.- Their conclntlou tie Whldden's Welding Work upon damage to this line so that when you go to The management and sates people
cause and
ceilings specifications.
Wdes in this'matter' have mad the service they bars given In wall Leaky and the walls themselves plan Free of charge .a will make a this store to get a pair of shoe ) art all thoroughly. conversant
paper
Sea well thought of In'tnlsrconf the pat and assurethem Increased causing them to fall In careful Inspection of your roof, report you come out feeling a.e thoughyou with the line and are expert fitters THESE i
,
Wity. patronage. many instance An that tinning loon flashing, separated lap*. were troddlng on air because of feet and no matter what
to the weakened you are now wearing a pair of kind of a shoe you need It will
breaks
work which i I. so Important accidental spot
satisfaction of home owner I\a embodied where water ha always stood and shoe that areat perfect example pay you to look over their stock. t

UUaaCbenicai Corp. hi the work of this contrac- give you an estimate on needed requirements a

.. tor. Edward L. Thomas 111 I known If you wish It. If your I LEADINGj
, throughout the country for his roof need no repair nor proteo- Inc. :

LYNCH BUDG-JACKSONVILLE \bility to put in new work and to von, you are under no obligationto ,

PHONE 5-6150 repair the old. He also does roof him and you have the satisfaction -

LOCAL'AGENT IN STARKE-A. M. DARBY painting using the best grade of of knowing there wUl be no FUNERAL DIRECTORSPHONE JACKSONVILLE 1! !

paint and assure you satisfactory roof trouble for some time. 5-1680

FERTILIZER result He has filled many contract In ';'
rr
The fact that he I* so public thl community and In the way 308 OCEAN-JACKSONVILLE ;' ''f
At this store the farmers have not convenient for you to atop I pirited very and does everything of public, business, farm residenceand 21-HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE FIRMS

*.. to know':that;they can get. here by the mere dropping of a tor the bringing of greater busl- in fact In an kinds of building f ( :

".*. them: the very beet fertiliserJ .1 card to them. The Virginia-Caro I ness to our city speak well for be bar been a great aid to<>> the ad Th Howard-Hersenberg Faner- In our modern life, for In all the '

tile line Chemical Corp. ha always him. Ills Interest In all civic affair vancement and modernization of ,,1 Home represent the well r metropolitan center people from S

*GUIer market place therefore they seek worked In ,the Interest of the I.* well known. No worthy the community.' ,xcUd trad*,of this community ill walk of life are taking ad- I

It"Prtniental to buy. They keep tome community while securingfor organization Is without his support In this review of the businesslife They have shown the true> aplr 'antng of Its conveniences. SOLICIT j

>atment and scientific de- themselves the well merited of this part of the country w* :It of their, service to the entire ,They have access to the beat
at work at all time and commercial success that the large are glad to compliment Mr. Chambers community by rendering a dlstine .lock In the line of their service
ttak
;l. Improvement ands volume of business at the establishment upon the economic position rive service on many occasion '.nl! this I* furnished at reasonablenrjces.
IIat:-. I1ow1Dg? wndittaM .to the evidence California' Mt. Lassen I I. the his activities merit. when tact and thoughtfulnes" They are prepared to arrange -

efepir t Their plant has ,ra* Urge Throughout all their business only active volcano In the United lone can meet the requirements all detail When you tarn YOUR i

y and this enable them to operation you will find that they State allow childrenare They maintain a complete funeral \ service over to them they relieve
Recent
an survey
especial kind of fertlll- carried out the policy of service the YOU of .
lIP at have Interested readers of etewspaparsend service. Through thl* every responsibility so that
Ally tine handling the very beat In qualityand The trumpeter swan. largest Interested more have gained many friend over the there) I* no more' worry about
1\ey they are
otter most metropoll American swan lei) becoming
personal service rendering the than hi funnies. i country plan PATRONAGE I
In
mak-up
Is qUite' a featur<*. You canisvL1 tan *enrlc*.' They have been one KIU'C' The modern funeral home) they Accommodation and courtesyare v,

: their office and **.'. of the pioneer In the effort to 32 African buffalo are a* fast and furnish I* very complete and I I. always outstanding feature of their M'
im? You what you need and make a real live and progressive There are M cities or towns. ponies have eyesight at the disposal of those who service and they ar* ,ready to \

tj:.able to give you Instant state and haft merited the access counties and one taM within the active of a.e the polo vague, and highly developed want to take advantage of it. The prove their excellent *,*rft of service ,Zee

'*'-. fa any quaa t,.. They that has been accorded to this well United State bearing the name sense of smelt I funeral home has taken It* place: whenever opportunity afford n

thl* mformattea If It 181|I I known arm: Washington

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--- DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE CHRISTMAS Roosevelt Looked Well GIVE PINES A CH.\Nrir.

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished 1 TOO LATE WEEKLY BUSINESS- SUB YEReports SCHOOL PLAY Representative Charley E. Johns, year This not of to all burn years the should wOOds be iIId the

the only person from Starke to at- pastures The reason Is
1877AVEAYBER Indicate DepressionIs *" WXUs BH GIVEN. TO tend the-Roosevelt :celebration in bumper pln.ed crop, which that e
i
CLASSIFY Over-
TO MORESCNERY returned Home o.
PURCHASE: Atlanta last week curs about every seven
\ : stories about one! cf the, most maturing.I In the
ttr RVBSKLI. KAY "Business trends as reflected 1 by with South. It.latle,
m 'WRIAAPRESSASSOCiATION ........,..,, Florid. Prue reports to the Department of Cot Interesting and enthusiastic gatherings ever heldIn best crop in fifteen years. BUIiOlla
A fast moving Bradford Rep- of pine
South. The
Ir the seedlings will
merce from more than thirty Will result i :;
1935 vl that the de. very appealing': comedy-drama resentative struck it lucky all the The Forest Service of the
indicate
'
,l '_ 3dtwcitcL 3CotcdcL Last summer when I was playl portant cities' Secretary Roper -- be presented in the Bradford Hlgb.) way through and his was one of States Department of United
the role of a tourist and motorii presslon U over! ; Auditorium Wednesday AgriCulture
.. -- School the few Florida automobiles that Is warning of the
: greater
-- California, one thing tbat said at his ,weekly press co December 18, at 8 o'cloc losses 10
Week Entered Second Class all over night to get into the parade pine tree
and as managed seedlings
Published Fridays me was the ,way thOtie iference in connection with the ,."The Christmas C.... If there Ia the
Impressed The
I play he said. lIe also was in a party customary burning of
!Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida to lIell statement that holiday business appropriate i at pet
folks out west pull together of last rol, la peculiarly that got close enough to the Presl.dent's tures In the Southern pine "j
--- their state and keep it sold. "will far exceed that year ; this time and the theme bringll this
----- automobile to speak to him year. Many
:
E. lL l\f3tthew8-:__ _____________....Editor and Owner There vas rivalry between lIeo. and may, r'tta| best year since. !out very impressively the Chris and he descrbled Roosevelt as :even-aged stands of of the great,
the Improv.ed
None and between cities, plentyit. of 1930. He attributed I mas Idea and at the same time IIIi : longleaf,
trade to In. seeming to be In robust health and Slash, .loblolly, and .horUeat
-- ---- In retail .
., You could start an argument conditions Special number Pine
'SUBScllfPTION very amusing. can be traced
RATE i as having the most dynamic per back to
r any time by tryln' to tell a &'IIY creased farm Income employment .by the Glee Club special choruse, I extraordinary seed a year or
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable: In Advance from Los Angeles that San Fra gains higher ,payrolls expand :and musicians, between the acta'' sonality ever-seen.. I If thlll fine prospective production

Advertising Rates on Application: Cisco was a better town BUT jUlt credit sales and freer consumer 'will alone be worth the modera+ seedlings is not crop or
you start to makln' smart cracl spending. I admission prices of lye/ for Chi Roll Call Ends be ten before protected, it may
---- estimate n years we
--- about the State of California and Referring to the 20o for tutor and senior have 10
National R< I dren The annual Red Cross' Roll Call good an opportunity to
; cently made by the adult. reforest
By RED KERCE watch those boys team up again school students and aw for these millions of
tall Dry Goods Association that Marie ended last week and with all buta acre of cut-over
ale
chief players
you.Callfornlans are proud of their'' the Christmas volume of trade will The Hugh Walters Margar+ few nearby towns reported a to lands which are suitable for little

No i idea is new if backed by an old theory.o state and they want you to llee< reach $4.000.000,000 and result In Thede Lowry Dorothy White ,Eunii talof seventy-three membershipshave else but Farmer.timber crops.-The tpresslve -
i of '//100,000 extr been turned into the local
Callforn! the employment IVEtl
o It all. Folks in southern 1 Williams Ralph Rhodes .
during the holiday; chapter. Miscellaneous contributions '
about' sales people
enthusiastic
were Just as Jean Davis SODDY
tE' Poets are born and ever so often we wonder why. the Yosemite, Lake Tahoe or the be proceeded to report on trend Corpening Haynes, Mac Futch Shirley Jud added up to |6. It is believed Births
about the In several individuals cities. Gain Mr that late reports will bring the Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie She
S o I Big Trees as they were and last but far from least d,
running from /5 per cent to total to about eighty members or I State Farm November 30.
mind in cheerful frame is a beautiful I attractions In their own particular are Perkins. boy.
one's a Bynum
Keeping lection, while people in the nortl. 30 per cent ahead of last year, depending I, Bob Den approximately twenty less than Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Trtest Ther

picture. ern part of the state will tell you of course upon the New city; rest The and directors Miss are Hazel Mrs Mlddleton.. were enrolled last year, essa, November 28, girl:

0 to be sure and visit Catalina or and the community. Leading the will be anterior
of
play
t It is easy to forgive an enemy if he has a provable scar the Right San now Diego highways Fair. are crowd York of department at least five stores per cent expect over i i again The scene one using the received new index this !servinq the

dal on you d with motor cars carrying folk last year. Atlanta reported the stage scenery Just
; which will be paid for
and
; o to: Florida who never have bee; need of 1,000 additional posts mt week of the proceeds of this plat \ I CROSS STATE
handle the rush, the figure -
to
tin lerks
be covered but ignorance stands out here before. Let's pull together the school two '
Most faults can up, than 1929. Off! This[ now gives
effort to sell them our state a being larger
garde CANAL SECTIONs
like a sore thumb. whole. sal opening t>>|he holiday season tage sets an outdoor ,

O .-. a Tell them to visit Silver Spring In Chicago :w/U"moved up' a week cane and an Indoor living root

,i' Love is blind many a time- when a mirror lies to the and the Singing Tower;Gulf urge Coast then earlier repOrted and the the best opening In recent day yearsDallas was. Gene ..---
to travel the glorious
r' Jiride-groom., Highway and stop for a peek at and Houston reported trade 'DUMAS DRAMA,
.o Vakulla Springs. And you folk ten per cent to-thlrty per cent bet. s ,
and tr than last year. Memphis ush AT RITZNEW
and Marianna
honest debt is what a man counts as a In Pensacola
many street
Paying an other west Florida points can hell Ted in the season with a
.dishonest shame. by saying a good word for the< parade> witnessed by 100,000 and VERSION OF "THREiiMUSKETEERS" 4r A.OCUSTINIsisis

-- o wonderful lower east coast Pain ten per cent to twenty-five percent TO BE

leach, Miami and the Interesting) :: better business is expected, SEENImpressively
Many. a woman who marries a man for a meal ticket, i is points between. Early buying was also reported by produced and su

|;|' just going on relief.If During the winter we will stage Cansas City St. Louis and other erbly enacted RKO Radio's '"Th
sections unseasonable -
deigned In some
all of them reas.
attractions, to'the
o- nany Three Musketeers" comes
to have
with the weather continued
little Bo Peep had waited the AAA would have got rid< harm to and impress resources visitors of the state,: a, depressing effect but In most in. Ritz day' with Theatre the on full Sunday enchantment and Mon of Xt

s her. : our winter visitors to take U stances volume was 'substantially
of her sheep I for urge Last week, ilexandre Dumas' ageless ro. o
events: the Florida Orange head of last .year.
these
to take Its placEamong.the\
lance .
o store sales In PlttsbUJ'l'h -
Haven, Florida apartment[ .
Winter
'estlval at .
eason's outstanding pictures
amusement waiting for the of States, were 22.5 per cent ahead of ,
lot of Festival
Dogs'must realize
i a 'air at Tampa. Walter Abel coming as ,a nev
at West he,1934 week;. eighteen per cent ?yut
Dance
Sun uA _
st. Petersburg
world to come to them. Palm' Beach Strawberry Festivals head in Detroit; ten per cent In distinguished personality to stage the screen record with on.e i _

o at Plant City and Bowling Green, Los Angeles and moderate. gains. d'Artagnai
"" "' Broadway, portrays
,Relief rolls are affording to many a more satisfactory the Central Florida Exposition at Isewbere. ,,.indicated: that. pri- with fiery conviction. There la a H sBiHssMBiMiMBBij BHsw
bank roll. rlando> and many other Interest- Reports also coat of Paul ,Lukas
;4 living than a vate bualn 4 industry 'were supporting t3
!
o Ing features. for labor. Job ,argot[ Grahame, Heather Angel travel l
wonderful icing with'PA system covering
Florida Is Indeed a osamonJ Pinchot, and many oth Only :
The old fashion Public Enemy No. 1 is becoming more< tate and one we should all be placemen were especially heavy .,
of but no one section alone in industrial ;;centers where there ers. ALL the canal territory:
Drummond new ,
y obsolete than: Santa Claus. proud III 1 FLORIDA. The state's glory has been. a considerable;, upswing of comes A new to the Bulldog screen when Ralph : ,

o and grandeur is the composite ofall activity among th durable goods Richardson portrays the role itFhe Florida Motor Un*>' n.w, streamlined bases sir the satinerowtst.

l Turkey was ao cheap last Thanksgiving that a poor man her individual attractions Her roups.' An ,illustration of the Return of Bulldog Drum- coal territory, croulng II at Its meal tralttfa
beautiful bearing groves, idespread absorption of employ- Hi East Coast two points la Central Florida and
: tiles of lond" at the Ritz or points on *
rabbit. playing
felt quite honored eating of bles noted in Cleveland where .., thwhol '
was
her lakes and forests acres and Wednesday. Co-star Oil th*Weal Coast.No other teansportaUoa system .H
T ---I -o I Tick crops her gulf and ocean factory payrolls for, the year are tn- ring Tuesday In this picture la Ann Todd,, of th. canal r.gtoa..oslr by Florida Motor llnca

- The fellow who thumps your ears on a cold'morning'' is and even the mysterious ever- estimated at.5148.840,000,1934.an In who plays the role of Phillls Drum. can yen reach all ol th. moat Important elites en Its rout.
lades crease of $17.600,000 over Whotht U bo to cities on th*canal of to anywh*** In Florida.Ihon's ,
,well up on the public enemy list. This season we have united our Detrolt..3.9OOr'famllle. :were dropped mond. and Friday of next a last Hoot of Florida No... linos streamlined bum

o torts in an All-Florida advertis- from relief foils In the week week Thursday will be shown on the Rita loaln at conTaI.nt. iroquoat tIm... Faro are always

The North Carolina baby born in a well will likely have In g'campaign and in pictures and and the relief, pta4 was only forty- ireen; "This Woman Is Mine" with ftaao&ablo.Jacksonville. .
{ period
struggle keeping out of the hole. story will attempt to tell the world tltree per cent ?the same industrial regory Ratoff and Richard Ben- .80 Orlando _,_ 2.60
? a.. about our state. At Rockefeller last year. Other Michigan nett. __$
o enter in New York, the Florida cities showed peak employ- Tampa 2.60, Ocala 1.00
Y'<' One half of the world wonders why the other half doesn't National Exhibits will reach count- ment. Increased placements in BB BBM M HHMwA*. -0*> Mima 5.80 W. Palm Beach: 5.80
[ thousands more. At home ourIdwinter Ittsburgh were attributed to In- Gasoline ConsumptionGasoline
invent some real cure for_ hay fever. lesll fairs and festivals will easing demands on the steel in- UNION BUS STATION '
Brad a
Idle consumption In
o- Impressive evidence of our istry. Laborers long were
present absorbed In the building ford County increased from 64- MRS. E. H. SMITH, Agent ,
? The forgotten man maybe is the one never asked to contribute state's unlimited resources. being i
In Georgia Andover, Mass., 6 >8 gallons in September to 69-
to be the great- trades
1936 promises
t1{ to a charitable organization. In our history ported> employment in textile 280 gallons In October according
est tourist year
} 0 Let'll make the most. of it. Greet\' ancl rubber plants had reached to figures released this week bythe

.cj Nature arranges all things for the best. Where bathtubs the tourist with a grin; be cour- aucb a high point that few work- State Department of Agrlcul-
their I Ifoolish .. available for WPA proj.ecte. ture. Kerosene use increased from
visitor answer are
the ;
are scarce, people live farther apart. teous to questions; give them help.rul ; Payrolls Worcester,.Mass, 15.191 gallons to 5,785 gallons inthe

";y 0t Intelligent advice. Above all, In :the first ten months' of 'the same period This county used
have head below the majority whole and' were twenty per,cent greater, lOT tons of fertilizer during Octo.bel' -
t It is,often better to your boost your state as a year
than to hold it up and remain lost in a fog. urge them to visit points of Interest than for the same period improvement last year.In ....
state. Maine, a decided
In part of the i ri I : ]
every in the feet out of every mile
y 0A attempt to belittle or knock was reported in employment Forty-one r .117
This is the time of the year when bankers look deceptive. another[Any section is a reflection onthe textile and paper ,mills and railroa4 in Arkansas' 9,000 mile highway
lyetem la represented by bridges.
shops.
'j'j j Their stare. is often laid to the cold weather. whole state ao remember thatthe lot repair

I word FLORIDA takes in a .. .-_-.-..---____,_.___. m..,."_ '..... ,_,.._
0 from Pen- -- ? -------
:&) of territory everything
; It is much easier to open a charge account than it is to RAcola to Key West. I

', keep the current circulating after once opened. I more Florida money needs for more development people and and '' .

\\ 0 the folks who come here aa tourIsts -
. The most successful farmer is the one who knows they and winter visitors are potential

; crops he,doesn't have to plant to get paid the most for. home-seekers and investors.'em: weyou

o .... Make a fuss over 'em help their
to enjoy every minute of
\I "Po you own the dollar you earn?" queries an advertise stay treat 'em so nice they'll just

, ment.: ,No,'we_work for the benefit of the bill collector. naturally hat! to leave and back.won't seen teMewEOEDV8
be happy until they get
t .
0 do
Floridian
, Let each individual
i:' People! say that snakes can be hypnotized, but we cant his part and All Florida will progress II;

think of no reason why we should stay around a snake that beyond our fondest expectations : eat ,,
Make the winter visitor like ? p 1;
f).' ., long., Florida a LOT and next year h
??tl 0 come down and build a HOUSE on ''eCII11. lye

,:; w A. foreigner i is .the I 1935 champion i sausage eater. The It. ... I
,
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7, restocthe, world is satisfied at the amount of baloney it candevour The average life expectancy of -

the farmer Is four or five years 1 :
t tN c longer than that of the city inhabitant irfitp driven it-!

according to figures complied .
; Don't judge,a man by his neck tie, says a writer. No for by the Metropolitan Life Insurance I 1

' i a friend might have sent it to him because a friend wished it Company. South Dakota

: ? off him. only 9.2 per cent industrialized Never enjoyed driving any
:t. on ranks first in life expectancy; withan
1 0t of 64.S3 for men and
" \ average t. t111U\.IV\ life.
ninth in
,
The human race can be classified according to its hair, a 66.81 for women.-The Progressive i J \ car so my
/
'\'; scientist'says. That makes a baldheaded man a man without Farmer. ,

h 'country.<<:' .

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:t t"" It all the soft soap were'laid end to end some folks would "T "

1 not only refrain from slipping up in the bath tub, but also in ,

,i business dealings.A '
BAttXBD. BY OVER; '2.000.000 V-S's. THE 193 FORD V.S BRINGS ''YOU.
t 0 7/Pm!F8bri

', lark doesn't have any'teeth, a scientist says. Maybe Hi.. ,ii.un iHiouoHOUtt. longer line, sulated, wclded-tteel body ttat-ntaforc

"' that is.why'an bid. man is frequently referred to as being I her r colors, rich new interiors. IASIII tHirriHa AND trill QUIITII OIAIIv .,n

a', "happy. as a lark'" i *>S ;IAlli. .; STI'.IN", the result of two with silent helical gear for all speed. .;LCY''U
.
y 0 I Jlew' toller-type: bearings, a longer steering:
ft*AMfftl-B thecar's
'rt rich They lose all self i'espect.win- budJean increased ratio.SUPMlfT New : WHiitK enhance 1fHan
: Pity the poor men. steering beauty-are easier on tired :$ pNDURLaa
;4 ning a" fortune and-lose.their minds afterwards worryingabout lAKHi. with exceptionallylarge 510 tr..lalaaer.nr. t'lf"'r nor__
, lurlace in..The last II .... viNttiNii. 8-cylindcrnaoouuiess.. ? e- -d'sword
t .loping their money. braking (186 aq. .
and tuttk r nw.,.,...-r
't-: 0 in sureness of operation. pickup power proved Yeconomy V--.l r refs c.......
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l' Acc rdtna'to'"a California court ruling is an art to ,.,i MIIOOM nOM NOlti! aipeciallyisK Letusarrangeadcmonstrationforyoutoday.. YOUR FORD' ,, DEALER

make 1,000() a week as an actor Wit thought all along that ONT THE AIR "..*.........,0nI00eIn.: **......r Lv.h.e-rn4".-.....Hy......--'-.......11.""" -a.sw...L ...<

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