Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 13, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Taxpayers who put the cash on The cost
of serum and virus for meeting of the BradfordUnion
the barrel head at C. A. Knight's Immunizing hogs against cholera
HAD Livestock Association has been
CAN BE I I office this month are getting a !' BOND ELECTION took a jump of a little more than ARMORY called by Charley E. Johns, president !- TOSTARTSOON I

three per cent discount on their fifty per cent the first of Decem- of the organization, foe :2

I taxes, one per cent leas than the ber, according to Mr. L. T. Dyer, o'clock Saturday afternoon at the ,

Agent Says Many I,four per cent discount which was Walnwright And county agent, Union County.The Lee Tells Council court house. Ocala Firm '
? offered lost month. A two per anti-hog cholera medicine, Apparent
Dr. W. J. director of
Farmers Here cent discount will be offered In Griffis Discuss Sheeley, I
Mr. Dyer says is made from the Other Projects1f.lust animal husbandry at the experiment Low Bidders On
InterestedPRICE' January and one per cent in Feb- blood of hogs, and varies with the :
Issue Come First station in Gainesville, and
ruary. price of hogs. For the past two or
W. G.
Bruce, state c.f
; Tax collections have been fairly three years the cost of the medi- supervisorthe _..-
TO U E KNOWN 'good, Mr. Knight says, about the MEETING TO BE HELD cine has been very low, averagingFrom GENERAL COLLINS AT screw worm eradication program .- HIGHWAY WILL '
will talks
give that are expected
BY; FIRST O F YEAR same aa lost year. Around $20- '' FRIDAY AT 11EILB1CONN seven to ten cents each hog; COURT HOUSE MEET to promote butter stock ELIMINATE CURVES ,
000 was collected last month. but now with the increase'in cost -- I
:More interest is being shown In The first in a series'of rallies to It will average from ten to fifteen "Until more killed labor 1 Is raining In this section. The lon -Ioul'ht straightening :

reviving the growing of Sea Island be held prior to the bond election' cents each and 'even. higher for available there Is no hope for an All persons who are Interested in of Road 13 through Lawtey will

cotton In this section than at anytime SHERIFFFavors Saturday in consolidated School larger hogs. armory at Starke" was the sub- livestock raising, are urged to at- apparently soon be a reality with
since the boll weevil came, While the price of hogs remains stance of the message brought to tend tho meeting.TWOJOB. the announcement this week that
according to L T. Dyer, county Fourteen took place Tues- around what It Is now, the farmers tho Bradford County Planning) -- rlghts-of-way for the project had ,

agent Union County. day night in the Vanderbilt schoolhouse can better afford to pay the Council Tuesday night by Howard been secured and that the J. 11'. '

In accordance with Instructionsfrom Increased price 'of the 'medicine B. Lee, district administrator of MENAsk Campbell Construction Company

the Extension Service in ROAD SAFETY A. J. Griffin, superintendent of than they could when dogs and the WPA. Mr. Lee spoke to the of Ocala,; had made the apparent "j

Gainesville, Mr. Dyer is compilinga public Instruction, and N. D. Wainwright medicine, were both very low. council members and other interested low bid on the one and a half mile ;
lint of all farmers in Union, persons at the court house. stretch. of road.
Bradford and Baker Counties who tax assessor, assumed the Also attending the meeting was The Campbell company's figure .t.'4Tt.:;,

wish to obtain some! of these seed. WILL COOPERATE IN duty' of telling Interested taxpayers SMALL LOTOf Adjutant General Vivian Collins, DISMISSALJOHNS wa $80,319.72, and was one of the ,))11"

At this time the agent states thathe STOPPING RECKLESS attending the meeting just of the state militia, who stresses six received by the State Road De. :,,6:'
has listed orders for 285 bushels DRIVING I what a bond Issue would mean to the need of an Armory here and partment. IK n

of seed from eighty farmers in them In terms of a modern school Berries thanked the council for placing ,-- Although notice of actualletltngo '

Union; 275 bushels from sixty- Sheriff W. J. Epperson this building and also In terms of In- the project second an Its prcf AND OTIIERS of the contract has not been made, .

four farmers In Bradford; and 160 week received a letter from Asher creased taxes. Neither official un- SHIPPED erence 1111 t. FILE ANSWERTO public, It Is believed that construe* 'I rte:
bushels from ninety-seven farmers Frank, state safety director ask- dertook to advise how freeholders Inl-ply'Mr. Lee said that the SUIT tlon will get under within a
ing that this cooperate In should vote court house addition here was way '
In Baker. Other applications are county Saturday.. short while as the road depart. f
being received dally. an attempt to cut down the num- Mr. Grlffls explained that the RAINS IMPROVE OUTLOOK using all available skilled labor at Bradford Representative ChAr- ment has already set up an officeIn t' 1
ber of automobile accidents and the: present time and also said that E. Johns
ley and
These seed, Mr Dyer Bays are proposed $17,000 bond Issue, to TO GOOD SEASON the city hall at Lawtey. Work ,
make our highways safe for tourists the district office could not abide members of the 1935 Legislature ,
. all controlled ,by the government match a Federal grant of $20,000 HERE must bo started within ten days rafter ,
as well as homefolks. The entirely by the council's list of Tuesday asked for dismissal of
,and will be distributed through the would be an opportunity to builda the contract Is let. trI'(
Extension Service and county sheriff said he was heartily in accord modern' $37,000 school building Thex.flrst smal)' shipments of recommended projects because It Circuit Court action contesting the It stated 'i;:
was this week 4"
with this and would was necessary to have projects under of their by road
program strawberries employment
agents., The seed will be sold to In the district an opportunitythat fourteen pints, was
make an efort to see that the In- would sent to. Atlanta' thin, week by way to absorb labor In all other state departments.They department employees that Brad j ;
the applicants but no price has likely never be offered ford labor
County will be used
of the on '
been set as yet. It Is understood structions were carried out. again, he said. The Government Jrownlee Bros., local shipper The parts county. claimed they wore employees the project as far iflf}
, that there are-DO pure seed to be Following is a part of Mr. will take the bonds at 100 per cent, berries were grown' by John and The administrator said that for not officers of the other About forty men will as be possible. .:>'i, .
obtained anywhere except through Frank' letter: he said, and the building will be Bert Ellington on the Truby plane this reason his office was recommending departments and that they exercised It said given employment ', I.!
this source, and the farmers' are "Last fall, we had over 2,000,000 constructed under Federal and near here. It is reported, that projects at Hampton and no authority In any branchof ;h,
being urged not to buy any other visitors In Florida-730,000 auto- State supervision so that the tax they brought abo forty to fiftyents 3rooker to come next because the government except the Leg The new highway will follow the j\\ ,;
mobiles and trucks from out of the a pint.. "* Starke has the court house under laluture. railroad straight through Lawtey
wed as such seed will be mixed payers' money will be doubly safe- 'iZ I
state-during the tourist season Small shipments will probably way and the Road 13 work to begin and will re-enter Road 13 abouta '* I
and of short staple. guarded. claim also was made that '
soon at Lawtey Is expected to mile and a half south of the ,'
; ,
December-January-February- continue to be made from here, although -
Some time in January the government Mr. Wainwright explained that their employment is not In violation -
March, 246 people were killed on it will be several weeks absorb a large per cent of surplus of town. It will eliminate two right .
will meet with the Constitution which
men representatives the Issue would mean approximately labor there. prohibits -
the streets and of our before angle turns.
highway there Is any quantity of senator rlh a
of the Extension Servo an increase of twenty-one a or representativebeing h
state. 'Most of them were pedes- fruit because of last week's frosts. The purpose of the meeting was
ice and make arrangements for mill in the tax levy in District elected or appointed to another .
to advance tlie
spirit of
trians land of them were 'over coopera
many Warm weather the week-
distribution of the seed to the civil office during hit termIn
various tourists Fourteen. Homesteads are still end heavier tlon between the council and the EPIC FILM
counties and set the price subject to bond taxes for better. brought shipments the Legislature
"We estimate that, these same from Plant City and 3,000 district office and when the alt-I AT RITZ ,
and then Mr. Dyer will notify all meats, he said, even though pints uation had been explained byIr./ Quo warranto action contesting '
tourists leave over $200,000,000 moved from there
,those who have applied for seed exempt from all other taxes. Ona ,,Monday. Lee the planing body endorsed his the right of legislators to be employed -
during the above mentioned The first pint of berries to be "LAST DAYS OF POMPEII"TO
.end keep them Informed. $500 valuation the bond Issue action In recommended In other State departmentswas
months. As tourists In Florida, shown at the Telegraph office this Hamptonand BE SHOWN
The demand for seed Mr. Dyer would mean a tax increase of Brooker projects filed by M. A. Collins of Jacksonville l'
they deserve some protection on season was brought' in this week SUNDAY
,says, Is very encouraging, and it' $10.50 a year or $178.30 duringthe A date will be Mt later
General Collins
and of our W. C. was -
the streets highways by Ward accompanIed
,.looks now as if:.the Industry will State as well as our own people. seventeen! years_of the..life of .whoso place.iau6i gj-ominent>'ftt: miles west to the meeting by LieutenantOwen for hearing on the demurrers and Said to be a new high In spectacular .
| be fairly well established here next I the bond. motions to dismiss which the legislators .
: picture, achievement
The following precautions will Insure I of Starke' The fruit was fine and W. Griffin of St. Augustine,
these tourists and our home I i Residents of the district were large and had tho delightful trag- and Mr Lee was accompanied presented to Circuit Court "The Last Days G' Pompeii,", ,

year.WILLIAM people of enjoying life and living told that it would be necessary for rance that ripe strawberries are from Gainesville\ by A. J. McKay, today. will be shown at the Rlts Theatre ht;
JONES longer.' them to pay 1933 and 1934 poll famous for. chief district engineer Besides Mr. Johns who is em- Sunday and Monday, bringing for

DIESAT "Require all motor vehicles to taxes In order to vote Saturday.The Mr.\ Ward said that the cold/of --.---* ployed as an Inspector for the Motor the first time a sound'and sight
have good lights-two In front and balloting will be done In the last week got most of the bloom Vehicle Department, the law dramatization of thrilling'events

BROTHER'S HOME one In the rear Break up the school houses at Vanderbilt, Rising and the ripening fruit and it will MIDDLETONNAMED makers named In the Collins case In the pleasure-mad Roman resortIn '

HERE-BURIED AT practice of automobiles, with or and Heilbronn. be several weeks now before any as employee of the State are: Senators the period of Its terrifying. de*

CROSBY without lights parking on the A meeting was held at 7 o'clock considerable quantity of berries la S. C, Smith, J. W. Turner struotlon. '

highways at night. When a car Thursday at Rising and one will picked He In common with all DISTRICT ENUMERATORFOR and H. G. Murphy, and Representatives I A picturizatlon of the barbaric

William Jones, 61, died Sunday has only,one light require the be held at the same time 'Friday other growers here was delighted BUSINESS Thomas L. Coxwell, C splendor and savage revelry of the
at the home of his brother, J. J. driver to Immediately get another night at Heilbronn. over the fine rain Sunday night.. CENSUS Wesley Larson, J. W. Burns C. II, 'period, this film unfolds an amassing

'Jones, of Starke. The funeral ser light, at the same time Inspecthis t Smith A. A. Price, J. J. Williams, story of a people living In classic
vices were held Tuesday from the brakes see If they work. I ADMISSION CHARGED FOR FUNERAL Gerald E. Mlddleton .who has W R. Dixon Dan Kelly Jr., William beauty, but steeped In wanton ;
: residence. "With about seventy-five auto- been named local Supervisor of the (Bill) Griffin, M. R. Driver, license; a story of wholesale ,

i, Mr. Jones was a native of Brad mobiles to every mile of paved I OF STARKE QUADRUPLETS, RECALLED Census of Business, today an- W. A. Bonlfay B. L. Simmons slaughter carried on for the '

ford County. He was born In highway In Florida the speeder nounced that enumeration work Caspian Hale, W. F, Roblson and amusement of those In power, and4a
1874, the son of Jack and Amanda the reckless, the discourteous, and Years ago there lived In Starkea and it Is probably still extant in will start in the Second District on I W. C. Godwin story of the dawn of Christian <

'Jones, of Starke. He lived in I drunken drivers have no place on character named William Lake. their Interesting collection of for- January 2. He said that enumera- Similar action against SenatorT. Influence upon human conscience,;

Starke the greater part of his life i the highway" He was not exactly first in the gotten Starke'scenell. tors will be named within the next I. G. Fetch and Representative I, Tuesday and Wednesday will a"
time except for a number of years I hearts of his countrymen, yet his -- few days to make the canvass In N. Kennedy also( is pending. Futch bring "Brewster's Millions,"
which he spent In Ocala.He MACHINES unconquerable nerve enabled him During the days of the anti. this district which Includes six Is attorney for the State Racing adapted from the hilarious book of

is survived by ,one brother, : SLOT to "chisel In" at every public saloon agitation In Starke, an teen counties. Commission and Kennedy Is secretary the same name which tells of a
J. J. Jones, Starke, five nieces LEGAL gathering and the good-humored Itinerant temperance 1 eat u rer Offices of the Census are to be of the dame and Fresh Water young man's frantic efforts to get

Mr, John Holten, Tampa, Mrs 1 audiences pretended to listen to named Williams wa often seen. established In Gainesville. All Fish Commission. rid of a fortune In order to win a. ++Q

Mae Willis, Odessa, Mrs. Fannie COURT PUTS END his remarks. lie was very zealous and could Census employees are bound by a -- I II second and much larger Inheri- a
Balseifer, Manchester, Conn., and TO HEATED Once a prominent citizen wanted recognize demon rum In every strict Census oath not to reveal I once.. :(,
Willie Ada Jones Starke; and one FIGHTTALLAHASSEEThe a free trip to New York and guise-whether as cane skimmings any Information contained on business Gray Buys Home "Tha Big Broadcast of 1036" ;'

nephew, W. M. Aggtn, Jackson back and expenses paid on the licker, corn 'shine, endurance ginor reports and the law makes L, A. Gray, principal of the high will be shown here next Thursday J
Supreme would Induce a J. C. Crabb's private stock. any violation a criminal offense.
ville. pretext that he school here, this week completed and Friday, and rarely has such a ,
Funeral services were conductedby Court Wednesday held that the big manufacturing concern In the i And the way he kicked and cuffed Mr. Mlddleton stated that every a deal for the purchase of the R. diversified( and Imposing array of tiJ!

the Rev. L. G.< Hemingway, assisted constitutional prohibition against metropolis to establish a branch and shook tho demon until his teeth retail and wholesale busines, all N.Dowling home on Lafayette St. .tans from the radio, stage and ",,,
lotteries does not' affect slot' machines In Starke. The chamberof rattled was a caution. Williams hotel, places of amusement business The from Chas.
by the Rev. C. B. Price, pas factory place was bought :screen been assembled In one pio.A
tor of the First Baptist Church, and ordered the dischargeof commerce called a meeting to later accepted the agency for diverse service companies insurance O. Latham, of Salt Lake City : ure. Jack Oakl, Burns and Allen

ODd B. F, Johns., L. B. Hardison of Miami, charged see if the business men were willIng extracts.He agencies, real estate offices, andErucklng Utah, who Is now In Starke., Mr. and Lytla, Robert have the leading

Pallbearers were: Honorary:'N. with operating a lottery to send the emissary and sold a case of lemon extract and bu.companies; all Gray expects to move his. family roles, but BIDe Crosby.Ethel Merman .. N

D.> Wainwright, J. M. Alvarez, through his machine. "shell out."' At the time of the to a young man who kept a little banks, office building managersand Into their new home by the 15th Amos 'n Andy, Charles Rug-
T. N. KendrIck. Homer Johns, J. In a, unanimous decision, the meeting It was raining heavily and store near the depot. Soon there- contractors will be canvassedfor of this) month. They had been glee, Mary Boland and Ray Noble

W. Morgan, W. W. Baisden and court held to a. former opinion the audience was slim and not after he called again and got an- reports on their operations living In Keystone Heights for the are also seen and heard.

1 W. Andrews. Active: C. H. Nas- which said that the 1935 legISla- very enthusiastic. After the chair- other order. When he expressed during the calendar year 1939. The past> several months I r:'

' worthy A. S. Crews, C. A. Knight, tive act legalizing and taxing slot! man had announced the purpose of his pleasure over the patronage results are to be tabulated In .

J. B, Alexander A. J. Thomas, andE. machines was valid. the gathering Mr. Lake arose to the merchant pointed to a pile ot'D1pty Philadelphia, headquarters of the Need PWA Approval ; ',
K. Ferryman. The dispute over such devices make a few remarks. Just then a bottle In'the back yard. Business Census, and become the Harley Completes Course Approval by the PWA remain r r''

Interment was at Crosby Cemetery bounced back into the court three ,, boy known as "Gator" piped out: "But, *r--er-I thought they basic statistic which businessesuse Sumter D. Harley U. S. Marine necessary before first contracts Q
Arrangements were In chargeof weeks ago when Hardison, arrested "Hit's a-raining an' the Lake is had to take the bottles home for In planning their operating pol- Corp., son of Mrs and Mrs.,Alon- are awarded on the $1,500,000 ,:

Ray-McCabe Funeral Home, in Miami sought release a-rlslnV their cookery and pies f" remarkedthe cies. M H. Harley, of Lawtey has com- building program for State Institutions. k
, Jacksonville. through habeas corpus action. 1 The urchin's observation Immediately puzzled agent Retail trade will be divided into pleted the basic training course at George D. Auchter Company i

His attorneys were upheld in the brought such a storm "Pies nothing!" elucidated the two: size classifications Stores Pants Island, 8. C., and recently of Jacksonville, was low bidder .,
claim that since the court alreadyhad : of laughter till the meeting broke merchant. "They drink It for the with total sales of $50,000 andover I received order transferring him with $347.000 for a new wo- "

MOITT ruled out objections to the act ; up In disorder-and the prominentcit's cake of the alcohol It, now since ,, and those with sales of less i to the Marine Barracks, Norfolk men's dormitory and a new general r
HOUSE BURNS Hardison was within the law In ; junketing trip went glim the saloons closed. They like your .than $ OOOO. Commodity data will Navy Yard, Portsmouth Va., for hospital at the State Prison 1

operating a slot machine. i mering.It lope well; It U not so sour and be sought from the larger group further instruction the Sea. Farm. Low bid on the project }
WAS UNOCCUPIED Hardison' arrest offered the : cent more alcohol i and from all wholesale establsh- School. Upon completion of this will be sent to the PWA at Washington ,
five /
.. AT TIKE OFFIRE "specific case" which the former Is now almost forgotten thata than the staff per I kept before. They manic Including exporters. Importers training he will be assigned to duty for examination and awardof :. ',
decision said .sight be used to de- Starke mother once came within for it Call again ta a and limited function aboard a battleship, or one of the contract. '}
tenntae"whether- slot machine, twenty cent of equaling Mrs. sure cry wholesalers. large cruiser, or airplane carriers.It ;
..Tha house on W. Call St. belong. by their operation, constituted lotteries Dlonne's per famous achievement, that week or so. Mr./ Mlddleton declared th* present 1 I I* announced by Major C. E. Births I t:

jjjl to the Moltt estate and occu- through the occasional "payIng of producing quintuplets. In 1912 Henry Ward Beecher, the noted census 1* in answer" to the request -I Nutting Ofl. r In Charge of tho ,
[PW In. recent year by Perry off of a premium. a colored woman living near DowlInc' divine, was once assailed with this of business for dependable I Marine Corp Recruiting District Mr. and Mr. Oscar Crosby, I ISta..ke

rns and family burned early mill birth to four b*- conundrum: "What thew difference Information for sounder plan I Headquarters Post Offc. Building boy. December 10. 'p
t l cu day morning about 2 o'clock. gave morning but between temptation and 193S andIs Savannah, Ga.II'/ Harley 1* a :Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Moore, I:
EquipmentSmith's Saturday
New bias one of expansion programs,
No one was living In the house at the Newsof eternity?" Quick as a wink came ning graduate of the Bradford County Starke, boy December 11. ,, t.
day. similar
' the time of the fireII'/ Johns Garage here Is ready to they all died during incident spread the answer: ''The one is a wile of a continuation of the High School. class of 1939. He Mr and :Mrs Levi Rhorten, ?1 '
and 1933.
.laving moved to Jacksonville recently tackle the Job of putting any automobile the remarkable following day, the devil, the other a devil of a business censuses of 1929 left for his new station on November -' Hampton, girl, December 11.' f {
but some furniture that motor In condition now thatIt rapidly, and the In swarmsto while." It U probable that the 30 1930.'Visitors Mr. and Mr. B. R. Ferguson, ii "

,had been left there was completely has installed the latest equipment Sunday, people came The fourfold startled temperance aposUe hence- Pearce Buys RestaurantSale Lawtey, boy, December 11. ,,"'
and picking view the sight extract with *> r fl7 ,
destroyed for tunlng-up forth classed lemon form their Impression of
father was an opportunist Durden's Cafe on S. Walnut '
bereaved of t
The house wa well In flame all out the flaws to a machine.; The contemplation of the the tint half of the answer to the J. Pearce was an- a town from the worst things they School, Inspector Here '"
the P.
, <*er consist of three unite and let the second Street la It well ,1.'Junlor.bll'b .
when the alarm wa turned equipment him conundrum, and nee as as the beat.
multi-funeral A A. burden school at ; i
gave [
w of discovering cost of the before he nounced this week by Lawtey.. ,
and burned almost to the that are capable bodies were half express the time -- ... ,J7
withoutthe an Idea. Th little the former" owner. Mr. Pearce Hampton and Brooker were Inspected :
, Pound before firemen, could .ex- things that a would not laid side by side and a white sheet called on the merchant. again.H. I Is well-known In Starke, having "Aa" Is the name of ten rivers for accreditation thl* week \,
, "aguish the b..... ,The Iou'was aid of the machine Smith, Is proudof covered all but the faces. An old E. Lagergren.i lived here for many years, and i In Europe. Tb name I* derived by R.I./ Evan, state school inV,
Partly covered by ,Insurance be aware of. Mr. "lecturer," i : from the Old German 'ha" which His will probably '
? that makes his garage auntie was appointed states* sis say that he I II going to main ? spector. report
the outfit bestN'egWpped In the I I and ten cents a look was charged would tike taU tain the reputation for good food :1 Is the equivalent of the Latin be made public some time I In Vs.camber. + .
of'th to make ODe
Approximately 123 million dozen one Bros. of Rhode Island '
and guarantee a satisfactory children half price. Hoover that this restaurant baa gained "sgua. ........,
eggs are used every :year In South of the quadruplets, as large as Texas. I
took a picture
:1I1Jn8l'l:1aI'' food .manufacturing. Job to all motorists.



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_____ ___m ------- ---- j- of defendant ; December A. D. 1888. to d.t.rmln.wtoeth..r a.pt SoutbeastQ. ;- -
of residence
LAWTEY placa la unknown WI.1 I said bonda shall ba Issued Soulb.a..t Quarter Uric Ii/\i!:\ ) ,
Hamilton "
HAMPTON liam T. ( ;
:. BROOKER RISING that ha la over the are of 21 aa herein described and that al half (N ) .and w..t 'half, ; NUM60uthw""l
to b. (
election the question ,
.... O. a. P.Ullp. C.rreapa ie1a tSewing1 there la no person In said Quarter WI "
MIss Edna Lewis, Correspondent lisa Ada Cirr..p..d..t and that submitted shall be "For bonda" 01 South..at (Mw.41
Mlm Vera* Galney Correftpondent Stata of Florida service of subpoenaupon I Quarterwest (8Ei 0) an
Room Moves whom herein would bind de I Quarter SW f fI BOUlh
Wins I:'ANlrIlMi.tR'
Bradto"rdCounty Hampton i
Singing R RESOLVED thai half
The has It I. Ordered that Sat (VVIU of Mou.te.otndQ W..
Card of Thanks Convention which, met with Corinth The Hampton girls basketball The Lawtey sewing room William fendant. T. Hamilton be and la hereby there be"appointed the followingmanagerat I ( 14 ) and '' rth.5,1 : ,
girls and moved from the City Hall build. In this oaus at Vanderbilt, H W. I (Nt H ofI SoUtheast: : Q ;
won to appear (
our gratitude team Lawtey required
to played
; We wish express .uart
was a great "
Church Sunday to Whitehead Norman, and L. L of S.ctlon U (141'0'
Bad appreciation for the kind success quite a number of good by a score of 42 to 0 last Friday. ing to the Club House and will In on Monday of, complaint January 6th for 193d dlvorci Henfroa, ,il.L.T.L.C aa Clerk! al: I I half (EIio) I ot.U ot 8,< 0" 29, Ea
bill rtheant
this for their ?t. D. Green L. .R. Starling (NEI,4) Qu...
and beautiful floral offerings sections the.future,use place filed against him In this cauaa. II Hellbron .nd East hn;
condolence: singers from different that thin. Ordei. and J. 'r. Moore and Matthew I Southeast QuarterHC!? (rE'<') T
received from our Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home and work. Is further Clerk at Rising H. H West oV) and>
; which w* were present Jacksonville havingthe ba published once each week for Khoden aa I half (Wi<,> 1 H.
friends during our recent bereavement number. All that family .and Miss Julia Footemanwere four consecutive weeks In Bradford Lewis, R. R. Crosby and Qaorgl quarter (NBU, lying .?.,NU'lh.a!:' "!
many largest and C. A. Crosby a. Clerk olaald In of
Cone, Section rl"5SS
Dlrthdity Party Telegraph a duly -quallfl..dn.w.pap.r 80; North.,,,.,
loaa of our wife visitors to Ocala Sunday aft. County ,
the were present had a treat of gospel published. In .Brad tore alectlon. ) of s.f lon 33' Qua.to.
O. No
and Bister lira. W. F. Harley singing.Mr. ernoon.-- Mrs. A. H. Harley and Mrs. County Florida. IT 18 FURTHER RE8OLVEE' .,,>) and Northeast Quart "1. hal'

and J. Phillips entertained at the home Witness my hand and tile seal ol AND ORDERED that the foregolns. of Southeast Quarter ,Yin W. F. Harley and Mrs. Marcus Conner of Miss Willie Mae Hlnson a member Friday evening said Court at Starke. Bradford resolution be published In the Brad! Section till; East half, (WA' "

The Mills Family. Branch the week-end of the Lawtey'school faculty, of Mrs. Harley County Florida thla December 6U ford County Telegraph, a weeklynewspaper ....t Quarter and* n" North
Gum spent '"Ih...
honoring .
party of \
; with a birthday general circulation
with Mrs. Conner's. mother Mrs. spent the week-end at her' home their daughters. Misses Clara :Mae 1985' A J. THOMAS, published In Bradford County Florida wrf"Nr&l: Qua,.
: .
"Flo Supper"The Clerk of Circuit Court there being no paper ,
Brooker P. T. A. sponsored Beulah Kelly. here.The Harley and Betty Phillips who of Bradford County Florida. ,. I said Special Tax rUbU.be4In half. (w r,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly accompanied Rev. W. T. McGuIre will were celebrating their birthdaysthat n-g-gt-i-8 Number Fourteen and that the publication Northweat ,
a "Pie Supper" and a "Drawing hereof ba for the period ol (.KeLs&V.1.Seaate )
Christian Church
-at the I
Bain of preach were
by Mrs. Alma date. Various games I S-yas .
number of the quilt KI.ECTIONT four auocesslva weeka beginning or
for the lucky NOTICM OF BOND I
the Brooker Starke spent the day in Jacksonville next Sunday morning and evening. played after.which the mothers assisted Notice I. hereby given by Th the 16th day of November, A. D,. ( Southeast QunrtelSE h..1.
which was made by Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth Instruction of Bradford 1935. North half (N\i\,)
I Saturday.. by,Mrs. Helen Harley served Board of Public ...
Brooker school Quarter (NW% R tlNorlh.
) of
the thaian
P. T. A. at Sr. and Miss Louise Drewry were County State of Florida W. C: MANNItfO
Friday night December Miss Evelyn Crosby spent Tuesday dainty refreshments. election will "ba held on Saturday Chairman of The Board ol in Township 4 South, R'i.'; ; 101
bUilding: shopping In Jacksonville last Frl A.. D. 1835. : East. ;
with Elna Conner of the 14th day of December Publlo Instruction for Brad. .
6. A free entertainment was given night by the qualified electors who an ford County Florida Northeast Q Uant.r ('
W. E. Branch. Personals Tax School ATTEST Southwest Quarter (Sw 't'4I"
the school children. Gum day.Miss freeholders of Special : % 0
by Footeman of CapitolaIs left Friday Fourteen of the A. J. lion 8. Township
Julia Mrs. Grace_ Plummer Dlatrlct Number ORIPFIS ..
winner .
the of Starke lIiondulanll.
Fast and
of Starke was Mrs. Sallie will
Tyson oiFlorida on
Torodo StatS
of Bradford, Superintendent for the Board
said County
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ala. where she 81
of the quilt the lucky number being spent Saturday with Mrs. Calvin visiting I for Dothan to determine whether ol I of Publlo Instruction for the' day of January 1938, In rio'nh.r: Ih
7' Brown Home this week. will make her future ome.. not said district will Issue bond. County of Mradford State ot Court House Door In Stare ,
d fifty. Miss Cordelia Ward. I Thousand. ida between the legal. 'llu
In the sum of Seventeen Florida., and ex-offlclo, Secretary hour ,
for Mr. and Mrs.. G. f, Wadsworth, F. R. Carradlne was a business set fortli i otf.r for sale and spli
won the prize that was given Mrs. J. R. Kelly and Mrs. Marcus Dollars for the purpoaea of anld Board,. the ,
most chances on the Jr., of Jacksonville were visiting visitor to Plant City Wednesday. In petition calling for said election 11.l5.6t13.13MACTEn'S the hl..h.at and bent hiltr fam.
the Lake to satisfy and
nolllngr Friday in of' pay aid :
Conner spent now on file with the aald Board rlnal decr;,
quilt with Miss Marzle Howard Butler with Mrs. Kelly's parents Mrs. Wadsworth's parents,' Mr. Mrs. H. B. ,Arwood Mrs. C. R. I'u bUo Instruction In Its office In SAI.H fees and cost..

her close race. and Mrs. L. H. Johns Sunday. Whitehead and Mrs. J. P. Wyrlck the Courthousa In Starke!! Bradford NOTICE la hereby: given that un PARKS H.A. CARlIllItA"'L.1I.1
running a and Mrs.. A. L. Drlggers. Spsri al Master
Mr. County, Florida and that said election der and by virtue of a Final Decree "i InNOTICE Ch.i'ce.,
of Tampa. Marvin Blrt of Calhoun, La., was were shopping in Jacksonville shall ba held at the following of Foreclosure made and rendered -. -

Mrs. A. E. McKinney attended Mrs. N. N. Norton called here to the bedside of his Monday.Mrs. school houses In aald district to. by the Honorable A. Z.: Adklna.
spent Monday and Tuesday with wlti Vanderbllt.. Hellbron andJUsIng. Judge of the Circuit Court of the 011' ""PPur T1ON
the conference of the Church ofJ.IIU8' Mrs. Calvin Ward. mother Mrs. W. P. Blrt. Lucille Beck spent the ., 8th Judlda.1 Clrnult of Florida, In troll 'CAt ntt\)

Christ of Latter Day Saints Mr. and, H. V. Saxon, J. F. Johnson andG. week-end in. Jacksonville, with There being! no newspaper published and for Bradford County. In Chancery NOT CB( IS Mill HKHEnY\.,, lili I)
of Mrs. E. J. Dow. Many friends of Mrs. Frank In :said: Special I Tax School i dated November 19th. last In That Lawtey OIVE
In the company Sr. were attending friends; that Turpentine ('OmPRn
that she is P. Wadsworth District Number Fourteen. It la or.lered certain cause therein lately
to learn a corporation holder
ling of Starke In Jacksonville Sun. Norman regret to business in Jacksonville In that Maid notice shall ba published pending between The Federal Land oatea Numbered of Tax ('e.tlll
is. employed
seriously ill at the home of her' Au H Harley for four successive weeka In Bank of Columbia. Plaintiff and p 169 171. 181 respectively 151

'1 day parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Cros Monday.Mrs. Maxville where he Is constructing Bradford County Telegraph,, B._ Prevatt. et al., Defendants, thiundersigned sued the 4th, ,183.day 183.of and Juiv 184 A' i f
L. W. Shiver and L. Watterson Mrs. J. that the only publishad who wa. therein ..p.polnt.d .
4 Mr. and Mrs. that she will soon M. a residence for Mrs..Effle Lucus. being paper : 1927 has filed same In my office
We hope a. Special Master In Chan.
by. In said Bradford County
Mr; and Mrs Singletary of Jack* W. Home Mrs. T. F. Brown and Mayor J. H,. Moore was a business J. QRIFFISr rery to execute the camewilt on to hea ba made Issued application thereon for lax dU

Ii aonviUe were visiting friends and recover. Miss Julia Footeman were visiting Visitor to Ocala Friday.F. Secretary for said. Board. Monday the Itb day of January, cates respectively. embraces Said .rlill,
Elder C. A. Crosby and familyare W. C. MANNING 1938. during the legal hours of sals, the r"l
after. lowing .
I relatlvea here Sunday. at the State Farm Monday .. Carradlne was in Green Chairman of said 33oardIi155.1313. before the Court House door In properties In Ih
week to Brooker Ml'01tI
R. W. and Wallace Mills of I. moving this noon.' Cove Springs and Palatka Tues Starke Florida, sell to tha highest fd, "toy-wltBr: < > Slate of Slur|
them and best bidder I
much for the
We regret very losing cash following .rtifioate' .
Jacksonville spent the week-end JVOTICM OP ELECTION described lands situate ly 0o,5iW71hror1v\E? '
from our community but wish day.M. of NEil .t: E'Ao! \ ;
.! here with friends and relative In their new HIGHLAND H. Edwards of'Jacksonvillewas At a special meeting of the Boardof ing and to-wlti being in Bradford County. BV4' of NWV of NWV4\ of NEW WI
them great success Public Instruction for the County Florida of NWU of NBVi of
visitor here Mon. NWVJ & E ,
,,} Everette McKinney spent last location. Mists M. E. Crews, CorrespondentMiss a 'business Bradford: State of Florida,, NWU of NWVi. less one. acre In NW| of NWVi &: sw of NWM\%*E of his father, which special held pur- the SW corner deeded to school 1O A. In SE Cor & W\4 of swi
"' week-end as guest o-. II'fhWr.
day.The :;: :: In Sea. 1. Township 7 South of
1\< Ladles Aid of the Methodist >uant to call, memberitiad SBU of SWU A: SW'/, of SKVf ,1,
I' A. E. McKInney, of Ralford. VANDERBILTMiss Janie Marr spent the week personal notice and were praa.int Range 12 Bust containing SacreH NW A NW of 8W\

'j; Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Game/ and end In Starke with relatives.Mr. Church wll ,meet at the home of on the 14th day of November A. more or less ('f NEI4 n SWIJ &V"f Sly fof1 ,
'; Bloodsworth Cor.) at 3 o'clock. L I>. 1985. the following among ot'heroo.edlngss with the appurtenances. Said aaleto FIE\\4 & NWU of \ Vw
Debris today)
Mrs. Brown ( :
( Norman
*\ children of Plant City were visiting : .' and Mrs. Leonard were had, to-wlt ba made pursuant to said Decreeto SWVi\ of NEV of 8BViWS... lonjI

;' his mother Mrs. H.' Oalney Misses Mattle Norman, Debris visited relatives In the Clay Hill Miss Leola Norman of Wood- B. L, Crews, a members of aald satisfy ,the K.same PERRYMAN and costa.E. .' Township 6 South Range 22 Enxl

\ section Saturday and Sunday.Mr. lawn spent the week-end with .her Board presented a resolution' andnovecL Am Special Master In and ,containing 843 Acres more' ol
here Sunday.. Bloodsworth and Mrs. Russel Nor- i ; Chancery Ic.'..
::1 Its adoption, which motiomwas
MIllS Betty Phillips. 12-66tl-a
and cousin .
and Mrs. Geo. Wilkinson Centificete No. 1611
Mrs. J. R. Mott and children motored the day Saturday In seconded. by J. C. Prevatt I emiracp
: f. man spent Mrs. Carl Wilkinson were visitors Mrs. W. F. Moore was shopping member of said Board; and aftaillacusslon MABTRIfa SALE NW14 of SWVi of N'BiJ & iiry '
-1 to Starke Saturday. Jacksonville.Mr. Saturday.Mr. said motion was put be- NEJ4 of NW Jacksonville NOTICE I. hereby that
in given un. ,
to Starke Saturday. NW of ,
:" and ,daughter. and Mrs. RusseV Norman fora the said Board and that the der and by virtue of a Final Decreeof NWVi NW
}, H. P. Oamey Mr: and Mrs.' Lewis Norman of and Mrs. F. R. Carradlne enJoyed tallowing members voted aye; NE\Of S% of EVft of rfww of NW
foreclosure made renderedby
.! Vera. attended church services atjf,1 spent the week-end In Starke with. Black Creek spent Sunday here 'a gape of golf at Keystone a. I* crews.. aye.' .... the Honorable H.and L.. Sabring. *of SWU' SWVi Of& SK14 NE'/ of of SW Sw2', ,]1SWU

Grove near Trenton last her mother Mrs. W. O. Silcox. J C. Prevatt; aye Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Shady Suqdfir afternoon. SEjT of NHV4 Of SWlNWVi ,
with O. N. Norman and family. I Heights. W. C. Manning aye.whereupon '
of 8th Judicial Circuit of Florida., In
: accompaniedby Mr. and Mis. George Thomas 8WU of SBVi' & SWVi of NW ,
Sunday. They were R. Thede F. R. Carradlne the said resolution by
of Green Cove Ii : and for Bradford Chancery
Rcbble Knight .. $ ft\
8E NEW of NWU\ of ,
of Graham. Gainesville were visitors at Mrs. tha Chairman of said Board was deolured : mnm.110 SK'i
Elder L. D. Johns business dated In
\ by Springs and Miss Mildred Lang 'and J. L.. Harrell were adopted, and which resolution of NEVi of SEVi of Section 27 Town!
J. C. Alvarez Sunday afternoon. that certain cause, therein lately ship' B South Range 23 !
afternoon Cant
{ visitors here visitors to Starke Monday I. In words and figures following
Gainesville of Clay Hill were pending between The Federal Land talnlng 170 Aorea.. more or loss 1
LONG BRIDGE Mrs. Emery Johns of : 4"j' to-wit: Bank ot Columbia Plaintiff. and T. Certificate. No. 171, embraces, NI
,, spent the week-end with her' mother Sunday. Cutahaw and the WHEREAS at a meeting of Th C. William. George' Tavenner and of WV4 of NWVi of NEV4 and EMNWVi
1 Mlw Nina Whitehead Cor. Alvarez. :M. Carter was a visitor to Jacksonville The Rev.C'_ E. Board of Public Instruction for the wife Mrs. Qeorga Tavenner, and B. of NBU Ex 800 ft II & 'Yb,
J. C.
; Mrs. were.visitors Jonnty of Bradford state of Florida K. .kdkina, Defendanta. the under-
; Friday Rev. D. IH Phillips 1010 ft N & H on K side & 2'j .\ I
.l\ Mrs. N. V. Varnes and childrenof held at Its office In the Courthouse algned. who was therein appointed
Mrs. C. C. Butler were SW cor of SWU of HEY of NEVS L
Mr. and Lake Butler and Mr. and Mrs.Ashley Mr. and Mrs. John Wilkinson, ofifazviibe I bo Hampton. Sunday. In the City of Stark., Bradford aa Special Master In Chancery to SH of NWU\ ot' SW'4 of NE'/ & Sior
hopping ,In Jacksonville Satur. visited friends here Saturday W,' H. Edwards returned to his County Florida, on the 14tn execute the aama. will on Monday SWU of NBV? & MNWU :1'4
: Toole of Johnstown spent I from New lay of November A. D.. 1935 there the 6th day of January, 1936, during, aV SEVi of BFIti of NNWVi '
Monday ;
f day. the with Mr. and Mrs.. W. B. night. home here was presented. a petition signed by the legal hours of sale, befora the \ of SKU of NWU & Ei. '
: Mr.' and Mrs. J. C. Yarbrough day Mrs. Effle Carter and Mrs. Edith York City where he had carrieda fore than 16 per cant of the quail- Court House. In Starke, Florida Ball SEU of NWVi of NWV\ & N'-o>'! <1
,; Bloodsworth and family I dad electors who are free holders. to the highest and best bidder" for
Florida produce. NWVi & SV4 of.NE'i of SWofWr,4Wy4
and A. B. White' to StarkeSaturday. load of South
and Lowell Padgett were .
; son Mrs. Sue Sapp left Sunday for residing within the territoryknown cash the following; described land.situate & 8V4 ofSWVi of NWJ4\ INV4
t., head were visiting In Lake Butler George Arwodd was a business and designated. a. Special Tax lying and being In BradfordCounty nt NV4 of NWU of SW<4 A SKI
Gainesville where she will spend visitor to to'Jacksonville Monday School District Number Fourteen ol :Florida, of NWK\ of SWM. NE'/ of 8W)4')
F. M. Crews was a visitor to.rlWl,4.; (
Monday night. .
her' County Florida, praying NWVi of SEVi and ,
several days with daughter, : dif"d W% of Sii of SWVi of8WVi & Ksrsva '
Mr. and Mrs. S.. W. Whitehead Starke Saturday.Mrs. 0_ "r. to call an election to de.ormin. SEVi of SWVi of NWVi of Seo-, of swu A sw/ offlWVi S '
Mrs. George Thomas. whether said Tax tlon 11- Township 6 South ofRan..e N's"
returned Use of electricity as a healing of.NWi4 of 8EV1 A
and children were shopping In and family H. C.' Wimberly School District Number Fourteen 22 East. Containing 10 ]
Mrs. J. C. Alvarez NW>4 of SKVt. A NM of NE\
Lake City Saturday. Gainesville Fri Sunday from a visit with relatives. agent dates back three centuries ihould Issue bonds Inthe aum of acres, more or I....... & SnVi\ of SEVt Section 28, ..'own.hl
were visiting In Thousand Dollars for the with the appurtenancea. Said sale
before Christ according to a Seventeen B South Range 33 Kant. contalnln!
Olen and Joel Parrlsh of Dukes day. In Starke. purpose of acquiring a, site, erecting to ba made pursuant to said Decreeto 803 Acrea. more or IBHH.Certificate .
In this section Sat Mrs. L. J. Norman and Miss Cleo Montreal, Canada ,doctor, t building and providing; the necesary .satisfy the same and costs. No. 181. emlirSVli ...

were visiting Norman spent the week-end with y.,., fixtures ther.torto be used ''I K. PERRYMAN.Aa of SWU ()f NKVi' &: E'4
the white children of said district Special Master, In Chancery. ,
urday night. GUM BRANCH if It issoaked tiy I of NWVi A: SWV o' NES
will last
Griff of Law- A broom longer
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. : and this Board having duly It-lS-lit.12-18 NW & SBVi\ of NWVi & NW

Mrs. H. M. Moody and sons, ANbertK Miss Elizabeth Uarnage,. Co,:. tey.,: ,. _. ._ bt.toeing;:'salt-water every lonaldered. such petition and the NW A. EViTef SWV\ of NWKofSWli
"- t
facts stated therein and having da- MAITER1I 8AI.B
and Audrey -
and Melba of a
Junior. ,,, Mrs. N T. Green and childrenf two 'weeks.! NOTICE given that under NW : NWVi NW1
Mrs.J.S. were ., :mined that said petition Is signedy In hereby NW: of SWU &: SWVi of ,
and Sapp '
; J Bell Phillip were visiting In Mr. Starke spent Sunday here with more than twenty-five per cent and by virtue of a Final Decreeof SW1,4 & NBVi\ of SWVi\ & SV4 i
Kalford Sunday.Mr. the guests of Mr.\ and Mrs., Henry ? MASTKlf CALlS >t the qualified electors who are Foreclosure made and renderedby A: 8'i of HMV4 & WU.\ of NW<4 '
and Norman of Hellbronn section: Sun relatives.L. 'NOTICE (IN hereby given that under freeholders' residing In said Specialrax the Honorable H, L. Sebning.judge sm\4," &. SE" Of NWV of 8E14
and, Mrs. Joe Moody J. Norman was a business vlsl- and by virtue of a Final Decreeof School District Number Fourteen of, the Circuit Court of thaEighth BVV1,4 of NEU of SK>4 Sertlon
children were visiting In Ralford day. Foreclosure; made and rendered and that the Issuance of bond. Judicial Circuit of Florida, Township 5 South. Range 22 ERK!
Mrs Tate Alvares of Rising section to to Starke Friday night. by the 'Honorable A. Z. Adklna, is prayed for therein ia necessary In and for Bradford County In containing 430 Acres, more or low.
Friday. Judge of the Circuit Court'of the and that said petition fully oom- Chancery,dated ':.v.-ntbh.rlt\: 1936 Certificate No. 1*2, embrace Fof
s.. W. Whitehead and son, A. B. spent Sunday with her parents JVOTICM OK APPLICATION, Ith Judicial Circuit of Florida In lies with the law It la. therefore In that certain I SWU of NEVA & SWVi of SWlf

Starke Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Edwards.Mrs. roll TAX UKUUMvnala and for Bradford County, In Chancery HE80LVED HY THE BOARD OB1 pending between Th Federal Land NH3V4 A: WV4 of NW% of NW(4( 11
In Saturday. ,
were shopping dated December, 2nd, 1935. In PUBLIC INSTRUCTION aforesaid In Bank of Columbia, Plaintiff, and T.J. of 8V of NW4 .INW
lllll No. 163)NOTIC'i'l NB\(, A WM
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wynn and ..Bill Newman of Rising section ( that certain cause therein" lately ta special meeting held on this 14th (lay and wife, Mary (lay. at alDefendants ., NfII'4) & NWU & nf.NW'J' '1
this week with her ia HEREBY GIVEN, ending between The Federal Land lay ot November. A. D 1936 thatt ; ; ,. the undersigned, who of NW/ of HWf
:of Is spending SWA A E% of S'A
J. C. visitingIn
son Georgia were That C. 8. Kelly, holder of Tax Cer.IfIcate Bank of Columbia, Plaintiff I and J.'j. I. expedient and for.the beat In- was therein appointed .. SpecialMaster Nof NEW of SWW\ 8\V'4 '
New River this week-end. ,sister Mrs. T. N. Norman. No. 119. iKiued the 7th day of Underbill and wife. Sarah Under- erect: of said Special Tax School In Chancery to execute the NE\4, of 8W'4 A N1'j of NWVi\ of SEA

Mrs. Oden Thomas of Georgiawas Mr. and Mrs.: M. Bradley of Inly A. 1). 1HJO ban filed earns In till), ,et al, Defendants, the undersigned nisfrlot Number Fourteen of Brad'ord same will on Monday the 6th day SJi:14.of: NWU of 8E'/i\ & NE'" '
offlca and made application during
fly this Boardn of 1938. the legal '
who was therein appointed County Florida that January Wti of SWVi S
visiting Mr.. and Mrs. C.' C. Hellbronn were the guests of Mr 'or a tax deed to ba leaned thareon. as special Maater. In Chancery to behalf of aald district do Issue. hours of sale before the CourtHouse 8K any\U &Ex NV4,NEU Of SKU:\ of SlJVi\ loss 11
I. Sunday. Said certificate embraces the fol- will Monday bonds In the amount of Bevinteen door In Starke. Florida sell : of 8tlon .,
Butler this week-end. and Mrs. P. Knight execute the name on and sell right of way A St", of SWVi\
described In the
? property for the to the highest and best bidder forcash .
the 8th day of January A. D. 1930 Thousand Dollars Township 5 South, Kan
Mrs.\ Mary\ Whitehead of Raiford ,Mrs. H. M.. McRae spent Friday County of Bradford. ..Btata of Flor1a during the legal houra of mle, before urpoaea aa stated In aid petition the following; described lands, 22 East 34 containing 445 acres, moor

were visiting her son, Sam Whitehead and Saturday with her daughter, < towltiBouthBaat' Quarter of North. the Court House door In atarka, above referred to. situate, lying 10. rtIn BradfordCounty 1....
the highest I and beat BB IT FURTHER RESOLVED Florida,
aell to
Tlorlda. ,
?, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs., T N. Norman who Is 111. 1J..t. Quarter Except B acrea ID. bidder for cash the following da- hat said bond. shall ba In the da. South half of South half ofSoutheast Certificate No. 181. embracM,8B '

Remember Sunday school every T. N. Norman who is employed North-Want Corner &* North scribed lands,, altuate, lylns and bang nomination of One Thousand Dol- quarter and Southeastquarter | NE'4 A Ny" 'N0NAttS ''!
'Half of South-IBaat Quarter Florida. to- lar. each and shall bear data July of Southwest quarter of of 511W of
Sunday afternoon at three clock. it Ocala spent the week-end with Section 23. Township '7' South. wlt!In Bradford. County, 1st. A. 1>. 1936 with Interest therein section 2NI) Northeast. quarter of \)' .of SE of 1IIWh atwTON

; :Everybody Invited to attend. ils family. Hanir. lo Kant' containing JIS Tha WVi SKVi' and West One.quarter at the rate of four per cent par Northeast. quarter of Section 33; & WOf' NW'4 swiof ot HW.SWV4 .

: .,1 Hires more or I.".. of HEM, of SBV4.. Sec. innum payable aeml-annually on and Northwest ': tltrfBrh' of sWU\ of SW'.4 & SWVi NE
The assessment of the said property Hi Township 6 North. Range 31 tb., first day of July and January ofach tlon 84, lesa smith. & SEVi.of: to Wll"I
--- under the said certificate Issued .. and said bonds to become half of Southwest quarter of of SWVi laaa 5 Acres :
containing 09 acres, morenr year. "
Hast ft
.t BOREE FUNERAL HOME was In tha name of Mrs 8. E. due and payable aa follows One Northwest tuarter of Section Bank & 1... 10 A. In SC Cor
Thlvpen.UnTen Itl.ihe, appurtenances.irt- Bald. sale Thousand Dollars on July "st. A. D. 54. all In Township fl South,'' ... SWU of SWV4 of HEY of Han

,;' Full line of Caskets A: Undertaken Supplies '* Bald certificate shall ba redeemed to: be made pursuant to said Decreeo 1938. and One Thousand Dollara:on Range 10 East. containing 170 tlon 36. Township B 420 South.Acres, mo
according' I to law, the property or less, 12 East containing
the aame and costs. July 1st of each and every year acres
SERVICE satisfy
AMBULANCE described therein will ba aoldto H. K. PHRHYMAN here after until said bond. are with hem appurtenances, said. sale. emWie" T*
DAY AND NIGHT the highest bidder at the courthouse paid. to be made pursuant to said Decreeto "certVflcaie No. 184. ,
door on the first Monday In A. Sp.lalI..t.r,'\ Chancery.LISStiI The principal and I Interest of saId aatlafy the same and costa of NBU\ of NEV 6EI/'N'.U' : !: \.

53 PHONE 53 the month of February 1938i which ____ mnda ahall be payable at the officef ft. K.: PERRYMAN NE\4\ A NWI4 ot S1J! ot :1" '"
la the 3rd r' Bank In :Aa Special! Master In Chancery. ot SW'4 of NE\4\ & NrHi: !
Oil' National
the Hanover .
O. II. BENNETT Mgr. h'YIO': ; IN TUB CIRCUIT COUnT & J'\io; 00 Lot
Dated day of December, III NWI4 of 1IIM't
: BIIAUVOHII COUNTY, KLOUIUAI the City of N..w'York' and State: of U-29-6t.12.lT. MEld\ of NIJ'4SE'4
IV ( \NCBBV. New York, or at the office of the IUJ1,4: : of sm'4' It 8
aid Board of Publlo Instruction for "* '"TlOn'* SALE A V4
Clruutt{ Court Minnie Lee Hamilton of BESBV A 54
Clerk of NWti
of of
trad ford County Stata of Florida, that EV4 NWof
NOTICE under
hereby given
of Bradford Florida.12U6tl.lO plaintiff. A S"" of NW'I, & !
County. & SWVi : :
va. Divorce In Htarke, Florida. and by virtue of a Final Decreeof NWU & EMi or NE'4
William T. Hamilton, Casa No. 651 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED Foreclosure made and renderedby NE\4\ of of Section ..". ToWI'
'. DofendantOKOBH hat an election ba and the same' the Honorable H. L.' Sebrlng NWU of NWU East CO'aining '
or pi'iH.ir.vnour' I. hereby calledto ba held at the Judge of the Circuit Court of the .1'011'' Ii <4etA'era5nniora or iss'' J

It apearlng by affidavit duly filed. ichool housesof Vanderbilt, Helliron I 8th Judicial Circuit of Florida In.. a of the said pro

'..M. ........ _tLhnvA__.. ._ntltlml.nnn', cause___ _that. tha m and Rising On the 14th day of and for Bradford County. In Chan ; The assessment the said certificates. '|
eery, dated December 3, lUll In that rty the name of Br.v"|
ued In
certain cause therein lately pending was
Announcement NOTICE between Sidney Parka aa Plain rropentiis Inc.Voices certificates .WI I Iredeemed

tiff and 'y. B. Park., H. A.' Dew raid according to law I J

Sl Notice; I. hereby given that the following 'd..crlb..d land.. 01' .0 much J. J. Truby.of f'h.L Bank Btockwell of Atarke.as Con.servator a liropertlea described therein wi,Iourthoiise J
to the amount due for taxes herein set bldd r I
thereof .a wlU b. noc..aarJ' pay .old to thehighest
of a..h ..al.. and advertising. Corporation Bill Hines and Mrs Bill the first
opposite tn the same. together with coat : door on Mnj;'I'Id.y
Hlnea Defendanta, the und..r.llfn.d.who '
wlU b. Bold at public suction on the Ith day of January 1886, at.Stark.. was therein appointed a. Spenial In the Month of J..nuIJry.a

the county oC Bradford.. Master In Chancery to execute which,' la the th -

) Tex. the same, will on Monday the Ith l-'rated day of Nov.mb

We have the most modern Cold ,Storage DeeeeI4iea 5ee. T R A Ceeti4Eli day tha legal of January houra of A..D.aale 103 before$, during the thla 1th.
01 NE"\ ;._......._.._ I 5 10 40 EmpIre Lumber Co _.... 551s'a South door of the Courthouse In A.Clerk J. THOYAI. Court
: and Meat Curing Plant in Central Fl rid -- ot SE _._.__.._.__.U s 10 80 111mph' Lumber Ce 13.35N4 Starke, Florida, sell to the "I..h..trI. of Bradford County.
p ; .... beat bidder for cash fol
ot sW .. -_If 1 10 ft) Empte Lumber Co. _... described ,,. .
J14 ot fink _______._..__11 1 10 80 Empire Lumber Co. __. It." .. Bradford. situate, lying !.U.I.U.I A
connection. Ng14: ot NW'4. E4o1 and b.ln'ln County., 'TIO" ,
with a modern smoke house in SW\t, .a sw34 01 8W 4.11 7 10 180 EmpIre Lumber Co. __ n.n Florida. to-wlt: lR"-PI'.Llr ,; .

Ny" Of-SW __ I S 11 110 Empire Lumber Co. Iii."$ Tha B%! of the SWVi of the NOTICE la hereby given Jf JJ'1

si of 8W% _....__:_._:_ 4 8 II 80 Empire Lumber Co.- ..,.. ,. 111.91. 8BV4 .of Section 11, Township 6 8. Calkin. wife Mr..
I 8* 01 SW .._____._ II 8 11 fO Empir Lumber Co. .__ 1.11 South, Range 11 Eaat. containing .n.a Bill 0a. C""I1PL'J'
_______ I S 11 Lumber Co. .12 acres, more or ,less. Ca.kln.
SE"oC SE\4\ fO Empire '-'- tt. f .. filed against you 1rB'; l
PRICESWe R.v.. I. N. D.y says: All ------- I 8 11 ..0 JrJmplr. Lumber Co. ....._ 124.59wtrij with appurtenances said sale to IA the Circuit Br.,1lord ,
[l* NO INCREASE IN \ ," 8E\4\ ,' of, be made pursuant to said Daerea. to COlur''"" CTJ

I havt found nothing to ;tkpott SI1\4! h___.._ _____ ", at 110 Empire .umb.1' Co./.......: If.OI satlafy the same. and costs.H. In that County..certain CUe ."""Junitl
W4 of NW'4 qf rPf'4 N K PBRRYMAN Bank of !1'1nkJPlaintiff
20 that tafc th federal Land
can !
year 5 A Of WW.of SWVi\ of A* Master in Chancery.NOTICR ; .yiftZ
i place of Dr. Mdft Anti-Pom NEVi A Nli A of JSl of tl-I., Sr.Clal ; wife'Mrs., versus 1.1'1. Cj'J'JJJil. I
and pel.

Specialize In Sugar Cured Meats PUt. ,They arc a *itr. relief for N HBVT:f A of of NWVi EV4: ', *of HV NWVi? of I or rnriAt. MAHTERSALB .. Defendants covering the .0:", ":':J" t d,

my h adach.w of NEVi _---- __',__- ---10 11 It Frank F.Thomas __ U.IO icrlbed[age lands situate' lyinS and
Sufferers from Headache NV of NWVi A NWVi ofSEVi Notice la hereby (given that wn- itt the County of Mradforu! 515
i of NW% '. "_- -1NH S$1 90 E. E. Norman'__ 18.18 der and by virtue of that certain final InS ., to-wlt!
WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTIONGAINESVILLE Neuralgia Toothache, Backache, of SHVi BWVi otaijfZtvru decree of foreclosure and orderof ot Nnrlh*,.t
Rheumatism \ _. ;__10 I 11 110 Empire Lumbar CO,1 _.14.011 sale made and rendered by ,theIionorshle Northeast quarter (3)'f|
Sciatica Lumbago, ot NW-- _It I 11 10 Leater Cro.by ;" _M._' Lee A.' Z Adklna, one of the quarter Section The'h |

Neuritis, Muscular Pains, Periodic B(4: of SKVi of NE ._ __J3 I 11 \Jnknown; ______._ II." Tudgea of the Eighth!: Judicial Circuit Township six' (8)(1)0E..et totl
Pains writ that they have Lot e Ott. Sub Div' East of Florida.In ,, and for Bradford Range Twenty-two ?-.
LaWt.y .- UnknownUnknown __:._ 8.81 County dated the Ird day of the Tallahassee s
Muss acres t"re
& useai Dr. Anti-Pain Pills NWV4 ot SWU4of'SEVi___34NK I 11ia 10 _______?__ I.U December A.' D. 1935, In that c...- taming forty (40)

i: ICE with better result than they had :% of gW4. _____. -,,.18 I to lira. Alice J. Hughes __, 15." lain cause therein,pending whereinB. or less. sch / .f
Com at NB Cor of NE'4 8' Avant was and Is Plaintiff Therefore, you and bf il
even hoped for. ot 8WVi run W 870ft and Fred. C. Miller> and'Florence R. lamed In this Notice are sal'i pimlradt

Counties American housewives for a Ot of 'beg, l.r.hl'b.; wife, and others, were to Appear to th I"at ,
thence S >90 ft to High- and : t.. and wherein of Complaint aw filed --" .jjs
would no more think way thence w *50 ft to .' the nndiMralgnedl was appointed aa .n the 8tb day of JanuarY. '
of keeping house.without Dr. Qesealine thenc.N235 Special I Master In Chancery to axe* th. Court House In Starkecronfil,
STORAGE CO. ft to land hn., thence B cute said final decreethat t. >as ..therwiee. a D" snd I
COLD Miles Anti-Pain Pills than with. to bag-. S.52 A _. "r-1j-1$ 0 22 5, Wilbur !iolts.n.Iorf _. K.1& Special' Master In Chanceryafore nh be entered "
out flour or sugar. Keep pack' W 105 ft of Lot 8 said, have levldd'Upon. all of those 01 POl for failure tOh.\P t5i5'J(01
iSS4ftotL.oShxsEeor0I oertaln lands located Within Bradford ORDERED ro
1201 N. Grove St. age in your medicine cabinet and NKVl of NEVi-IVk A.JJ 'S 21 I Ilamie'Jobn.. _-... 1354WI13ftofLot&aII County Florida and described b.' b"llhd"o-B-_ weekonaeautrre Brer for
Phone 1067 ave yourself needless suffering. a. follower weeks In lb.
/ ,
Lot i nn H dde ef NEVi AH of Section 10: all of 'section bounty Tal..r."h'J C ".- : Brad'1ng
At Drug glares ...Me and 11.DO''J of NEV-IH A .I$ : n t Mamie JohnsUnknown _' 11.44 Si. all of s-rtloa 31: all of Section I gaonnty 01'0\. 0 % l
Gainesville Florida of ......_2$ )Iamte John. == ,1.55 '
S of NEVi NE4 -- II. except BJBVi\ at SBH; all of Beoef I Itlon : ,- r 1"D.c.mb.r. A.
I NV4' of BEVk k'U 3 u 10 __ 4,14.I2 U; NB:% NIl:\: WVa ef : This 4 JPAGE p
Lola I*. 14? u;2 a-I.--ii; Northeast Quarter, (N5i%) and .1. THOMAS.
hiN"MiiS 40, Hampton Park _11'" 'f '12 Me Hayes' __-. Lit North half (t434) of.North..t I ,.A. oatr TW?

Quarter i of Ura (HW\U of. Saetloai, !$; aU
\ C:. 1.. UOUT.- Taa- Coltestee".(:Br-.lf .ouoQo; Florida. .. Dt_ Section,.a*; allot Section IT. .*-, 11..t:11tz.

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High School Journal ;

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:EDITORIALS Economics ClassesGo I SCHOOL DAYS ,-- By DWIG Chapel Is Held 'Student Government

To Gainesville .tJr. Friday Morning Meets On Thursday : i.

to the Beat interest .f :f Pi1J; .. '
piloted Tuesday December 3, pupils LASTr/tsaTt.eMrMtTarKAIYMeWCMI i
) we :
: High school last Friday The Student Cooperative Government
'.i All WM" !
of 7- 4 '
the Economics LMr "
class "
BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL I left .(\'[ Nea1.0 5 eN $ a ew Tee fltt.Dsee tiuoeuIHT t was held the third period and the held Its weekly meetinglast J
school about 9 o'clock and IVE ((2 t
journeyed _' ', T.N fROt Cut' T..e 'e.ODDLA'O! tiu"i entertainment part of the program Thursday, fifth period.. Meet t
moots. Patrons wd one of.to the Gainesville.school buses.We went i it .:. y 1;.}.,. .ii ..... I Oe"e0 MY. II'o..1)01fi) So Ge"rLV. rt was In charge of the eighth grade Ing was'called' to order by vice .. d

"1 '.. M+t D UJOI\eI 0" The paeAruwatwoaaA\ The excellent program was enjoyed president; the minutes read and \
STAFF We arrived in Gainesville at 9:42 .+. .....__f \ .. AND QAi ti.E I 81QO too" "" 1U1"60 MAs i by all. approved and the treasurer's report ', Ii
I where we met Mr. Benson, our 'N6IttC- 'Itu.rNuT.Go
l -In-Chief- A. W. Ands*-'' teacher. r .r.. \ \HA' 51"10/6' OpTDy,4 (J". ) The Christmas Hymn "Holy heard. "j
I gdttor!) f1Guft\ 'M;, '. Night, Silent Night" was sung and Committee reports were heard
We went first to 511 ... ......... ":
the .
White Municipal .iI. .. next The Girls Restroom com ,
Editor__Dorothy ,.. .... the Lord's Prayer and the Flag
society Editor Marjorie Marwlcl Power and Light Plant, where we ..... 9 Salute,said mlttee reported that, they. were r!

l&e Editor_____.Hugh Walters saw the systematic machinery thai -.. '., 'I Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, head of the sweeping the rest room every pe- \
Edltbr .AJlce RoyesteiI controls the electric power and the ''l ..... J Christmas Seal campaign in Brad riod and that they were keep:nj:
I .
tutorial --- ISl 1
water supply for the city.We 'cti...
nature Editor ___Marie Tbedt PS oft t h I ford County, urged the purchase supplied with soapi J"J"It ,

Elementary Editor --- then went to the stockyards, fiuTeo\ f ,. ....... 1ti i of Christmas Seals by the studentsand The Manners and Morals Com ,(
| ------___ Eunice William This was a large building, with individual ,.: a"rrLl... .!S .:; h requested that the school, by mittee say they are going to givea .

_- pens for domesticated anImals :: .. _..,.:. :! .'....,.... .... .........._ contributing pennies and nickels series of morning talk .on ..

.- eP.Gtf uP Fooi LI' tw Pen.tC1T't'I 't.. ,, raise money enough to buy a $20 Christmas and the things It stands .' .,
"HOME"!: Next we went'to the radio station ( .. \ SweaisEF, ""eAtlrw4MarFtJf t:: .. bond. Immediately following lit for.The l

THE HAPPIEST PLACE WRUF. We were shown the .e. tle Margaret Monteith. portrayedthe Assembly and Special Programs -

When you see young' boy cpr different rooms and stayed to the If- ..e -' : scene that Is on the 193S Committee next to the I

!, who enjoys good reading, i broadcast of "Florida Facts. Awe ; \Nrp1FllLly" ) 7 tv Christmas Seal a seventeenth newspaper staff, have abe hardest ,J

loud music all types,of good recreation I wer
etc. What u the first to goover to the University Auditorium 'e < : 3 Next Tommy Hitch, a promising making a scrap book, and making ., j

Imestlon or thought that comes Into where he was to broad -- .. ..... ..., Z. .,. young pianist played the "Way- arrangements for a Chrlatf 1
; your mind T It .., of course laM cast. We enjoyed this very much. ',-.. C:1j' side Chapel." mas program.. ,n. "

kind of home he or she was As we had to be perfectly quiet f.CWs'IT" Following this was a skit that The Contest and Scholarship

i-ared. The things that are taught Mr. Benson said that any time (fAQN 01.00.% .. 'aItuoI '. c.- : I l!I ":\ } waa written by Misses Sarah Hope groups report a contest on Florida :I

( stressed In one's childhood are we were noisy he would tell us we I .. J .: Haynes and Mary Brownlee when Citrus Fruit. Details ma; be \ .
follow him 01 ...... ...... .. ... .
'mually that were on'a broadcast.We .. .0 t
\ those ...- 'T' albRRTMR: they were In the eighth grade en had from Marie Thede, Chairman. I.Mr. I.\;\:
her through life. That's.one. rea.on .- then went to the new P. K. _0" LEIS" A n tv t titled "Let Us Give Thanks" This .. Carpenter In a closing d'

the parents should be so careful Yonge school. It Is said to be the I -,. i.... f'p..,,LLS"'" f\I'CI ..1'a .. play presented a battle betweenthe talk stressed the need of the lead- ,

what they do or say before i a only school of Its kind In the .1" -. 1" ,".'- I.. OOV".I" two abstract things "Thankful era In getting the Christmas spirit I; ?

child. The parent should get Justu South. We saw the office, library, ,. ,I. ... .. .. .. ness" and "Fault Finder," Needless started. ,
much enjoyment out of teaching borne economics room, natural his .. C\.if\f'n .;ZeRS '..,65" ;.-." ,'''' to say "Thankfulness" won. The next meeting/ will be heldnext "Sri;:
the best literature and mu- ..'. The main players were: Thankfulness -
tory room, gymnasium typing .
R sr n Thursday, sixth period.
t'\OO c.l ,
of story or song .
'itc type Irene Goodge; Fault Finder,
as any room and various class rooms. : .._ .--, \'
When you see a mother whose is modern and has TeAD G (N.: ".: r. Ralph Rhodes.
The school ptN
very .
children is the adml.ntlon ''' ". .... ....... Jokes '
life with her complete equipment. In each room ROOM gp ure4 1 Margaret Lowry now rendered a
and envy of all who know they have loud speakers so when tovoNRwIITDRUtdC. .waS piano solo that waa well played,, '. C

hef you know right then that she' there Is ,an announcement to be and Mr. Yerkes, minister of the "Are you an Israelite" wee asked tt! "

>k> offering her child the best that made, it is made to the entire Foal t\\tlTS :! Episcopal Church gave a short,, of a prominent lawyer the oth,1,,1,1.r

Ae knows or has. Then you know school at one time. The school ....". Interesting talk about putting the day, "No" he replied. In a tone :t t.

that child Is the happiest when It''. was named for the late P. K. 0'" 1ME. 115'05 \ best that's in one into whateverone of Importance, "I am a legal light," gCbndt' '! :

it home and as he,or::she grows' Yonge famous educator. OF 6\\- RTIsoul..l attempts. -- 1\ ,
older and has difficult prob It was now past noon so we S1TQR.0A'1 "4-- Another piano solo was next,, : "Say, ma, why don't you .\
lems to face the right or best went up town for lunch. We sepa Mt!. "CanEonetta," played by Jean Da pun the teeth out of the mosquito's it

usually taken. rated with the plan to meet at the via mouth so that It can't bite lit* '5.Ji:.'

We hlg'h school students who bus at 1:30: o'clock. Next was the awarding of the tie Earl anymore." i"

have younger brothers or sisters at After lunch we rode around fora Prizes AwardedIn IVIiA Basketball Teams prises In the Magazine and attend- '

home could help much in promoting while and at about 2:05: startedthe Chapel FridayThe Are Badly Beaten ance contests. '' ,James ,to -Jlmmyb "How dreadt'' I
In the home. When "
happiness 195u In conclusion there were announcements "
return trip. We arrvled home fully parents must feel when they :.
our mother Is away or busy we 2:45. attendance-committee and a talk on "Doing have Idiot child." 1 ,
at about : Both the girls' and the boy's an
could, partly take her place In I Your Best," by Mr. Gray princi
awarded the prizes in did parents>) .X '
monthly Jimmy "Why your
the children. Wo certainly a good basketball teams met with disasterat 'I
entertaining younger chapel last Friday morning. 11 pal. feel bad when were born ,
Let's try to help them get the moat and are looking forward to more Sanderson last Friday. The ;:: '

out of life and probably we could trips in the future.Interesting. 'Mrs. Carpenter's senior room girls were beaten 31-4 and the In its berry state pepper Is /
we missed won first place with an attendance She: "Where did you-get
them some things known as "peppercorn. T"I'
live of 94 cent. The score against the boys was 24-8. '
that would make them happier. Notes average per beautiful flowers George?' \ i"
The score for the boys waa
o was a potted rose plant. i
By A.. M.. R. there la a little dew on them. ,
until the laat three minutes of the tlngulshed himself by making
Mrs. Perkins' eight grade room He "No, Mary, there is
Exams next week. Christmas,, third quarter when the opposing quite a few shots from center "
second with cent due them. ;
15-20 1935 won place an averageof on
DECEMBER you see, is both good and bad for 92 per cent and received a potted forces made 10 points, almost at ;court. and missing every one! -
while it brings Santa Claus, It also once. The girls team was composedof
Monday December 1ft- Girls lily as a prize. Doctor '(to youth who la about '
brings exams. The girls Just had an "all Marjorie Marwlck Skeet Tison
Glee Club; Boys Glee Club;, Examinations The honorable mention list Includes around" bad day of it,' Bee Moseley, Lillian Moeeley, Eunice to cut first vote)) "Who. killed ;

,, begin.. Our basketball teams seem out Mr. Beasley Junior room,, The boys playing were: William Williams, Doshta Smith Ferol your father?." W

Tuesday December; ,'' -:">-Examlutlons of gear somehow They Just can't with an 89 average, and Mrs. Beas- Edwards. Orvla Prlngle Simeon Jones. Mildred Williams Ethel Youth "Really t don't' snowi.'

continue.. get started right. ley'. ninth with an average of 88 ...t..t Your 'H.n. 'Phillips, John Torode L. O. Jones Packham Lois Judd and Ruby u we bad several phy lclal\8.'" k4

Wednesday December 18-Exunlnatlons per cent. from Winfred Hagen, Albert Lea Crosby ampler Doctor: "Did you hold a postmortem ,

continue. Miss Edward's room has a new Another contest Is.under way, Tub.r.ul.- .l. Randolph Quarles. Edwards Return games with Sanderson / examination?"

December 19 No >upll-Everett Jones and Chairman Johnnie Ree Cone BurCHRISTMAS and Hazen did some very good will be played here today at 3:30: I Ip. Youth> "Yea and I believe that's -

Thursday urges regular attendance and .KALIl playing and Simeon Phllllpa dta- m. Come and see the fun! I what,killed bltn."
school prompt payment of fines.
Friday. December 2O-H u-day Mrs. Hart's pupils gave her a },
Re fruit' shower last Wednesday. -=:
port school cards.; Christmas Program; Meet The SeniorsWe BUY SEALS NOW! .

4- Miss Hazen's room has two new -
-ANNOUNCEMENT pupils, Doris Forsyth and Doris recited to you last week the Tuberculosis-the greatest sin
Lee. story of John and Alice. This weekwe gle cause of death' in the United
beg of you not to grow too Impatient States I ilk
' the famous
Attention Please-
"The ,Christmas Carol" will Miss Adkln's room has one new while we tell you the tale In Florida alone, last year I It 1
play, Hudson. of Marjorie Marwlck, basketballstar killed 1000 people and It has set 1t
be here at the Bradford pupil-Horny 1.
and Luclan Alvarez, Chevrolet Its clutches) of death upon 9000
High School auditorium next Wednesday
night at 8 o'clock sharp. The library Is richer by about owner. more! / a a a 1 a

This fast moving,' comedydramawill fifteen books and 125 magazines asa Marjorie R o m e e a Marwlck, Is there no hope,. no'care for

be In three acts result of the recent contest. 'Midge' to most, was born In,Gads- those doomed 9000 unfortunates 7

presented of den, Alabama, on October 10 1918, Yes! 'There ia but this hope erra n..* ormM*.
amidst the glory and, splendor .. ....... _. ._ ALL tM1re ALLrOtlI
Tennessee .. I
In Texas
since lived T
all around, and has oulfcm I
contests Agrinlhiitob
the new stage scenery,which the With all the depends on you, on your cooperation does StorlM, IjMftn fro. oXLT r.er roll ottli'c.tt
tor. it's easy enough for a room to win South Carolina, Ohio, Mis- on your feeling'of kinship >Ham*.I y_ C.uestffi.,1 tea' {
proceeds will pay before and a picture or flower If they try. aiaippl, Georgia and at present Is with these unfortunate men and n.rI I.yser $ .80 Tk Turn Toamat.t.a $ .80 '
The numbers
living near Keystone Heights
How ? roI
women. may you
between the acts that will be presented of Florida. Mar- 0.. Yr 0.*Tees

, by the Glee Club. special In A.Month our Jorte's fair ambition state Is to see the world BUY CHRISTMAS SEALS!

choruses and musicians will be she's Just about covered the Therein lies the answer.

well worth the low admission Joe and Tom are seated In frontof United States. The National Red Cross sells the S MO to t01Aa MCCAU'S ;
prices of 15c".20c, and 80 cents.' seals, the proceeds of which are TM
the drug store. Bill rides by Inhis Midge likes horses, astronomy, PICto aI a
This appropriate Christmas play used for helping and treating the gStogy
father's car, and just about all sports. "
will thrill you, amuse you, drive and. afflicted, used in establishing sanatoria :THIS NEWSPAPER ay w FARId
She dislikes smoking pet ,
to Tom and sarcastically .
Joe turns says
.you to tears, leave you breathless and In research work. The
"You aee Bill\ he thinkshe ting parties. for 1 and
Christmas .
fall to see "The bad habit Is that of Im- death rate from tuberculosis has year
and his father Midge's
Carol" Wednesday at 8 p. m.. a soU Is fooling everyone been decreased at least fifty percent ,
Id two hours of entertainment. for by working but not me. patience.Lucian Cornet Alvarez first In the last fifty years as a -3 Big Magazines t

next to nothing; "Why, Joe, Bill Is making good heard the cries of the night owl result of an organized battle THIS NEWSPAPER
Come bring- yourself your and you know he baa just been against this great destroyer of hu i.
on November 20, 1917 and by his ;
family, your friends. You are all promoted," Tom added. own admission, has been a night man life. for ono full y..r., i.Se
. welcome., "Why the reason for that Is because' Do your part. Help in the fight ,

,o his father is chief engineer owl Lucian ever since Is the eon of Mr.. and BUY CHRISTMAS SEALS! You 'I 1 And 4 Big Magazines1Magazinefrom '

PRESIDENT"PUZZLE MI the road. those near may sometime
born or you ,
and ,
Mrs. J. C. Alvarez was
My first is In oil, but not in gas "Well 1 bet If you had a"Job you eight miles northwest of Starke. be in need of help against this servant GroupAl3Mcgislnesfrom j Or opBR4Giaj, I
not In las wouldn't It a month. With death.
My second is In boy but keep of 41
Lucian likes to see girls participate '
My third Is in Jest but not in fun this remark Tom walks away Here at school Iq addition to .. I :
and bates ,1
; In athletics, con '
% fourth Is in' Mon. but not In thoroughly disgusted., buying seals Individually we are 0 \
and work of kind, ''
ceited any I
; ,SoUct 3'o Magazines
, Sun. buying a $20 Red Cross bond to ,
My fifth Is In thin but not. in fat Bill meets Tom and asks him togo variety bad or habits description.His include the keepIng further the battle against this r From- This List hied 0.......ra. i a.., Ji..:..: 4'ma.

My sixth Is in vest but not.in hat to the office with him. On the and common; enemy, s" Averay .... -- a'gnu"
of late hours extreme a IN/.s '
% seventh is in soft but not in over Tom tells Bill about Joe. very For your own sake for the sake ae ., I r MIIr Need ee. c. .r.-'apt / 1
way laziness. -.. a. 0... _l r- CIII'II\lIII ....1. 0 .. .I'1.: f
,.' hard Bill tells'Tom he will get Joe a of others, BUY CHRISTMAS d : W..r 1 l eA""rN .1::
fear are rather = = ilr.r : "'. .
. His ambitions, we me I..... J", A
Cues who I km and m call :you | high. He alma to become President SEALS-buy till it hurts! .....10.... M - my pard. i Next day Joe gets a notice tocome States By A. W. A. lii.caa'.. ..* >)_l jtmt 0 --w M w..e.trr. asse'7". e.WMa 2)WW
United M.eltl.
of the
', I am a high school clas president.Exchanges to Bill's office. _' ymm.OTfClutk O..Cellc...... r Lw a0ehcra, '. lrN. \
write James Me9I. CI.-e IT- ..
We tailed up .. rot Nrae .
.' "Joe, this Is a hard job will take this ..N..aaa 1.Trr 8 ...i.Ii ) .. ... Irl 1M, ''o. J", T
Iota of time and also brain work. Hollingswortb as we promised Frosh And Sophs 0.- sad l5.T.) -J.. Tare, IreaPe.Wbr : 1" Md", ,,M4Majgaj J:: dr ..rr.e
< week, but we will postpone It until Mart ........ _ .......... c-.) .,. J
Do you think you can do It T" Vonda Inman tall To Enter ContestMr. ........ .w..b1T, Tae 8 _.S'... tr -ttllfr''r aeeae-Ira.u ; 1 Tr y. I
next week. j za..e.almt.
bold PIaMtW .....- i /west h 1
with M N
answered a awag- Ndw stow .
r "The Blotter baa a department Joe month I will be in this stately sophisticated la neitweek's ........... .. Tyr' Iww MSl .. ... rn.... .. J",' '"?
?er, "In a Saunders, of the Curti. 1'1.. Y
What tailed It"Junk"? and. that's Just office or maybe president"In girl.BookClub.. Publishing Company, spoke to the BMev-' .....A'Yrieul..rtat... -r- T y, ,1.-t ...-'.....See s'' .. i? a""h1r": Alii..unM' ... .... :I I :
ls.0amecocka. from that day we ... !t' .. .rue.1( !
month .. I
one .. ""
Monday -
la-t : 1 rot
: : 1ri S
ninth and tenth grades \
Wn Wwn ..I .. 'r'
rind Joe on the bench In front of MeetsWednesday between .... 1 Tar b "" ,......'.. : '''' U e'taI J 11rM :
' x.-n and started a contest ,
Tampa Grid \ ./llitoll whii fcutaulf 2"' .a"Lr '.
V 22-0 Score-head :in' the Florida Ae drug store again.By G- M. T. P. M.' the two grades that will benefit the ..arw.dlan.,... star .It.. JHM mult.. (lair m* r. SIrIMq 0 ....t.i.t. Q hWfq a... J lr.'" ,t

, Alligator. So! the Florida Gaunt Athletic fund. ........ M....... s be., 1.Tar t. Ya.N.W.a 1
have become fighting Bantom The Book' Club had Its second The two grades will endeavor to OM Tw1D ?l lib'r.Ya1
4. sell as subscriptions to the ellw.ue tea I / / ;:
, wcks. Wellritra about timejudging SocietyBilly meeting Wednesday, December many I _
from the number".'of games -' Dorothy Claire ,Klckllter gave avery Saturday Evening Post Ladles' C..1.. .. i.., d :'

.." y won this season., Powell spent Sunday,! In interesting report on "Mag Home Journal an. Country Gentleman GCNTlCMENt: I belaee t Please Send M*

" Gainesville. nificent Obsession" written by as possible. The one sellIng 0 Oaa Me. 1 q OHet Ma. 2 O OHet N..9 D oil.r Me. 4 '

: At two Q'cl----Monday: Bob Louis Davis and William Edwards Lloyd Douglas.We the moat will receive a prize. .Jam th tUm9 Ik. ..."uID.. desired. with a Tear1 sub. riHBradford Nr '

. One Jr.,' win present selections spent the week-end: in Jack- also discussed books and ar- The athletic fund will receive one- lieu N 7peper.. r "

rim Shakespeare In the auditort- tonvUle, visiting friends., Idles written by Mark Twain. half the money received for each S -
ro. in We have about 35 members on sub c11ptlon. It will receive ten 1.m.
, Admission will be IOC. Vero Oleta Smith spent Thursday .. ...
**+*< High School paper. We get racksonvlU roll, but there u plenty of room ,eats extra per subscription If the
, Actions from Shakespeare tor Znua Prescott went to Gainer for more. We would appreciate 'total subscriptions equal the total e Iii Eireet.r ..r.Ii.il ._- -

*tug here All we do .to go to rille Saturday.' my new members. Dumber of students in .the two IT.wa

'.*. U>ngr. room. Beatrice Uoeeley spent Sunday. The next meeting will be Friday rradea., raid iIM
the most subscription
' ,+ Ia Jacksonville.' December 13. the last period In Students selling

, WEBKUT: MOTTO' Eula Mae Dyal 'was visiting atOWl Ura. Long's room.' Christmas will receive Individual !lf % 1GTI'

Time 18 money' do not waste It. State Farm Sunday.,' itorUa,shall be.dlacuaseit pr1lee.V .
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.. .. DECEMBER 13
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Mrs. II. E. Mitchell Addresses North Florida' District of io r free itself from the or-
Recipe For Yuletide curSe =.
Woman's Club Federated Music Clubs Dainties by Mrs..Alexander TheLetter hol.

I Mrs. H. E. Mitchell, Vice-Presi- Met In StarkeThe Dr. Mayo says., "You can
,jotietyJ Christmas Wreath Cookies along with get
Box a wooden
dent of Section Four of Woman'sClubs North Florida District of The following recipe, which cannot get along leg, but you
of Jacksonville1 addressedthe with
Federated Music Clubs was Held makes dainty cookies for the bead The physical' Wooden"
Woman's Club here Wednesday value
In Starke at the Woman's Club of
Yule season, was given by Mrs. Is not so much. The lllan
afternoon the of ,
on subject Fla.
house Friday, December 6. Mrs Starke material In
W. B. Alexander. man
"Legislation" in the third of a series E. F. Montgomery ,of Lake City, I' bee.. 9, 1938.Dear's asanalyzed In our iaboratuo
Misses Katie and Virginia O. E. S. To Install of inteersting meetings held Cream together 114 cups of rles 1. worth about
district Vice-president, was gen- and 1 1-. dltor cents.: nlnety.elght
Fugate Honored on Birthday Officers Tuesday Night, since the club began activities for eral chairman'of the all-day ses shortening cups su- Seven bars of
the new year in October gar. Run 1-4 pound blanched Ethiopians are too "uncivilized"to enough to whitewash a chtck.7
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. J. F Tuesday 8 p. m. at Howthorne, sion.The almonds through food chopper smoke or dink wine I coop: phosphorous
Colley entertained In her home In Starke Chapter will Join Lake But- In opening her speech Mrs. Mit- meeting opened with the twice and add to the sugar and It ia the "civilized" the heads of a dozen enough to cover
honor of her nieces, Misses Katie chell told of some of the typical singing of the National Federation shortening with 1 well beaten peopleIn to the brain that matches! It

s' and Virginia Fugate, who cele- ler, Waldo and Hawthorne Chapters women of America such as Grace Hymn, with Mr. OViatt of St. egg, a teaspoon of vanilla and Ethiopia who use tobacco, according that your brain Counts. in order
in a joint installation of new Morison Poole, past president of to the Christian Science may be kept clear
brated their sixteenth birthday.The Augustine at the piano. The wel- 3 1-2 cups of sifted flour with you must let liquor
officers. The following officers General Federation of Woman's come address was given by Mrs. Monitor. "No woman" the con: Dn:1 drugs
rooms, where the guests assembled one heaping teaspoon of baking alone; and to help
were tastefully decorated of Starke Chapter will be installed Clubs and Roberta Campbell Lan- Q. H. Lowry of Starke and the response powder. Chill well In either respondent says, "no priest, and what prohibition Is you do that Is
: Ion President of General Federa- was made by Mrs. Paul very few Christians here smoke for Just i the
with flowers In keeping with frlgldalre or ice box. Roll out Look out for the
the Yule season. Mrs. Della Hoover,'Worthy Matron tion of Woman's Clubs. She told Brubeck of Daytona Beach. A let- 1-3 inch thick: and cut in Generally speaking, it is only the that watchman bell Locomotive' and:

; Mr. C. A. Futch, Worthy Patron the club of the council meeting of ter from the National President, wreaths, could use doughnut 'civilized' people in Ethiopia who road-crossing to are at the rl

Bingo was enjoyed during the, ; Miss Lilly McRae, Associate the General Federation which is to Mrs. Alexander Jardin of Fargo, cutter.. Brush over with white use tobacco. The "wild1 uncultured being run help you from
After several over.
:j afternoon games' Matron; Mr. O. M. Sistrunk, Associate be held at the Miaml-Blltmore, North Dakota, was read by the of egg slightly beaten, sprinkle natives spurn it. The abstinence
n+ were played and the scores were Patron; Mrs. Mona Canovo, April 29-30 and May 1-2 of next secretary, also messages from the with chopped nuts and colored Is due to the influence of the National Voice offers this popular -

totaled Miss Lillian Moseley was Conductress; Mrs. Carmen Larson, year, and also of the annual convention State President, Mrs S. Leroy sugar or chopped candied church which Is uncompromisingly Recipe! Take one reckle, naturalborn .

presented a cosmetic: set as high Associate Conductress; Mrs. Edna of Florida State Federation Smith, of Miami and from other cherries and pineapple. Bake against smoking." tool; two or three

a prize and Miss Clara Flume low received Hart, Treasurer; Mrs. Eva Ander- of Woman's Clubs to be held ,clubs not able to be represented at until a very light brown. Sir William Osier says: "As drinks of bad liquor; a hlgh-po
framed picture as prize. ered fast
T a Miss Ruth Johnson In Tampa on March 17-20 of next this motor car. Soak fool
son meeting.To moderation
Secretary; Is hard in
k' the of the These are lovely for the kiddies very to reach,
presentation Ruth; Mrs. Edith Moseley, year. She stressed to the womenof the roll call of Music ClubsIn I and nice to serve at parties and as it has been abundantly liquor, place In car and let go
Martha; Mrs. Verdle Futch, Elec- the club, How to be a good American I this district the following responded during the holidays.Mrs. shown that the best of mental and due time remove from

ta; Mrs. Dora Alderman Chaplain; Citizen, "Make your cluba I : St. Cecelia of Lake City, W. B. Alexander. physlcan work Play be done with wreckage. and garnish with flow318 -

Mrs. Abble Harley; Marshal. civic center," she said, "as a Handel Chorus of Daytona Beach, NOTE: All recipes received out alcohol in any form, the safest
... club woman, be an ideal American, Publicity Dept. W. c,
Palmetto< Friday Musicale of Daytona through the mall are appreciated course la abstinence." T u
THEATRE as a citizen be proud of Sources: Union Signal, Nov. 23-3o'
RITZ W. M. S. Notice your Beach, Philharmonic Society
and they will be published as Prof. Peters of the University of 1935; The National
state. of Voice, Nov.
Gainesville, Music Club of Eus- Illinois 21,
soon as possible. ,
says "Humanity waits for 1935.
;\l STARKB 'The Woman's Missionary Society Mrs. Mitchell was introduced to tis, Tuesday Musicale of Starke, Society Editor. a generation of men and
b of the Methodist Church will her audience by Mrs. L. G. Powell, DeFunlak Springs Music Club, St. ntelllgent women Human halt 4>
enough, wise grnvs
three enough, teeter
PROGRAMBEGINNING meet Monday afternoon, at
Chairman of Legislation, who was Cecelia of St. Augustine. Mrs. ethical and la
o'clock, in the church.: This will courageous: enough to warm weather than In cold.
o FRIDAY in charge of the program for the Master, the representative from
be the final business ,meeting of NOTICE
afternoon.The DeFuniak Springs, is the district
i: FRIDAY DEC. 1STII. the year. meeting was called to order Vice-President of the newly or- Members of the American Le-

'f: "This Woman Is On Tuesday afternoon at three- by the President, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- ganized West Florida District. gion will entertain with an oyster A Fine Soft Wheat' Flour
at the Excellent
Hall Thursday
thirty o'clock, Mrs W. E. Middleton kins, and the regular order of bus- Reports from each club supper Legion -
repre- For General
Mine" and Mrs. B. M. Montgomery night, December 19, at 7:30: Family Use
iness was conducted. Mrs. K. G. sented were heard In which plans '
fi Gregory RAtoftf will give a Christmas party, at the Duncan gave a report of the Sec- and programs for the 1935-33 sea- o'clock. All members, and all ex- 'I D PLAIN OR SELF-RISING

//f:f John Loder residence of Dr. and Mrs. Middle- tional Meeting, which was recently son were given. Mrs. Paul Bru- service men eligible to membership -

';} Richard Bennett ton All members of the Society held in Jacksonville.The bock of Daytona Beach, state are cordially Invited. There I IONA
will be will be several Interesting features -
are invited. Gifts exchanged -
l audience was favored by the chairman of Home Music gave an
,1f SATURDAY DEC. 14TII. and there will be a Christmas on the program. Come and FLOUR
t; I following selections, given by the Inspiring address and suggestions enjoy the evening.A. .
Ik" "Tunder Mountain" program. Woman's Chorus of Penney Farms, on how we may improve music In I I"I;

: George) O'Brien under the direction of Miss Eloise the home. Mrs. Master of De- J. Thomas, G-lbs. Ski 12-1be. Sk. 2i.lb. Sk. 48-lb.
li I W. M. U. Notice Post Commp.ndar. I
; Marcy, presenting sixteen voices: Funlak Springs also spoke on mu- ..
Y SUN.-MON.. DEO. isth-ieth. i The regular monthly. businessand "Here's a Torch, Jeannette, Isa sic In the home and community. 2Sc 4Sc SSe $1.65

\ "The Last Days Of, program meeting of'the Wo- bella"-An old Provincial Noel. Luncheon was served la the sun TRESCA GRANULATED DIXIE CRYSTAL

'' Pompeii" man's Missionary Union of the "The First Nowell"-A Tradi- parlor of the4 club house. Forty I THE FLORIST

\:i;: Wilson Baptist Church will be held Mon- tional Carol Chorus delegates and lArfsio club members SUGAR 5 Lbs. 27c

.", Dorothy Preston. Foster day afternoon, December 16, 3:00: Reading: Visit of the Angela to enjoyed this hour together. In ad- ATLANTld'BLVD.) .

J': David Holt o'clock at the church. There will the Shepherds-Mrs. Sarah M. dition to a general social luncheon SOUTH JACKSONPILLE WINNER ROCK GROUND

'P Alno News and also be the annual election of of- Hughes. period Mrs. L. A. Canova of Starke PHONE 3-0132
y Comedy ,
ficers. Circle Number Three, Mrs gave the High Lights of the GRITS 5 Lbs. 13c
Ohl! Nlght-Mrl. Olive
"I ti TUE8.-WED.. ,DEC. 17-18 ,, W B. Alexander, leader, will be Holy Ninteenth Biennial National Con- FLOWERS TELEGRAPHED
t Brewster's Millions"LIU In charge of the program. Chattaway. vention held In Philadelphia duringthe ANYWHERE MARY-ANN OLD FASHION

.I, Wonderful Story week of April 22 to 29, 1935.
I, Damita Silent Night "Say It With FlowersButSay MEAL 5 Lbs lOc
"... >Jack Buchanan prizes the honorees displayed the I. At the close of a short business
assortment of gifts Chorus.Refreshments. I session after the luncheon the following It With Ours."
large lovely
:;% were served by I musical IONA-RED RIPE. FULL PACK
THUR8.-FRI., DEC. 19-20 which their guests had presentedthem. .program was en-
the hostesses for the afternoon, One of the most
pleasant services -
i r "The Big Broadcast who, were: Mesdames K. G. Dun- performed In this section ot: TOMATOES 4 No. 2 Cans 25c
Piano solo: Sextet from LuciaLeschetlzky --
'.r Of "1936" A delicious salad course was can, L. A. Canova, O. L. Beasley, the state is that offered by Tresca,
-Mrs. K. O. Duncanof
served to those Invited to attend, W. Kincaid T. F, Landrum A. The ,
: J. Florest, of Jacksonville. When __ _-_ -- -_ ., .
i Jock Oakle who were: Misses Lillian Stump, E. Wall, Miss Mary Canova. you 'Say It With Flowers" from ---
Burn & Allen Edna Pearce, Frances Lee Peek, Soprano solos/ Stars Are Brightly this florist are speaking In an IONA BRAND IONA-TENDER CUT
,i Amos 'N Andy Bing CrosbyBill Margie McMillan, Lillian Moseley, Music Club Shining-Bronte; Ho! Mr. Piper eloquent you makeup WHITECORN
manner. They can
:, Robinson Mary Boland Curran; Mrs Grady Smith ac-
Beatrice Moseley, ,Myrtice KU-
beautiful and will
f Charles Ruggles Club will meet companied by. Mrs. A. J. Helikerof very designs BEANS I
Ethel Merman llngaworth, Florled Killingsworth, The Junior Music ( be pleased to advise you in what
r 1'II) Clara Flume, Doshla Smith, CarolWhite Wednesday afternoon at the Wom- Green Cove, Springs. flower to send for any occasion.
"J: and Margaret Hair. an's Club at 3:30: o'clock. Piano solos: Song of the Brook 12
,"', --Lock. ; To< the Baa-MacDowell- They feature service and the No. 2 cans 15c 4 No. 2 Cans 25c
moat:'beautiful flowers. All ,
Mrs. A.. N_ of Daytona you
ft Beach. **WeeDer ** have to'do Is to< call Tresca, The -
Florist; and he will talk
Piano solos: Waltz in E Flat-
Do Your Christmas the matter over with you, aid In APPLES '
Shopping Chopin; The Mirror Lake-Walter suggestion if you have not determined 2 Pounds 15c
Niemann; Chinese Quarrel-Walter -
ATALEXANDER Dale of Just what you want and BANANAS Fancy Firm 4 Lbs. 15c
f will send them by mall, express or
Gainesville. to address GRAPEFRUIT Each 5c
telegraph any anywhereand Fancy
The meeting adjourned at 4 p.
4 m., the next one to be held the will get them there with your LETTUCE
<,p & 'CO. card at the time you desire. 2 For 15c
second Thursday of November,
1936. The place of the next meet- If you wish flowers sent to any; CELERY Stalk Ea. lOc
distant city, they are "Members ot:
Ing. will be announced later. the Florist Telegraph Delivery Assedation. YORK IMPERIAL
Woodman Circle"Elected ." APPLES 6 Pounds 25c

In this review we' are pleased to A&P TUB OR PRINT

BRAND NEW MERCHANDISE AT PRICES THAT Officers Tuesday NightThe compliment them upon the conduct BUTTER Pound 39c

regular monthly meeting of of a service with a language all its -
i ARE A SAVING TO YOU the Woodman Circle was held own and would suggest that our FANCY SLICEDBREAKFAST

Tuesday night Lat seven-thirty readers"occaslonlyy "Say It With BACON Lb. 45c

o'clock at the Hall and the officers Flowers."
SHOES FOR THE ENTIREFAMILY for the' coming- year were CHEESE Whole Milk Lb. 21c
elected as follows: NUTLEY
Oleomargarine Lb. 17c
i Past Guardlan"Mr8.': : Mae Green TRANSFER Inc. '

Guardian-Mrs/ E. J. Flynn: ...... NEW NUCOA Pound 20c
Advisor-Mrs. A. J. Griffin 1229 W-BAY STREET

Chaplain-Mrs.,Charley Powell JACKSONVILLE Phone 5-4833
Secretary-Mrs..L. S. Hutto "


LADIESGLOVES MENHOLIDAY 'Attendant-. Misa Elizabeth Williams -
firm operates one of the

1; SALE Assistant Attendant-Miss Edna most popular freight lines of the 4 No. 2 Cans 2Sc 6 Lbs ____ 25c

,, IIANDKER- NOFADESHIRTS HuttoAudltoreMrst state and has left nothing undone

CHIEFS, HOSIERY and : Vonda Inman in their effort to provide a service .=:tJ
25 MENS SWEATERSSILK that is both modern and satlsfaci COLDSTKEAM ALASKA'S'FINEST
and Mrs. E. C. Priest I
UNDERWEAR. BOYS SWEATERS Inner Sentinel Mrs. Smith Den- i tory. They maintain a regular
mark schedule between the points on PINK SALMON Tall Can lOc .

Lil NEW SPRING 'their line and their trucks leave
Outer Sentinel-Miss Amy
Moore and arrive at the various points at IONA DELICIOUS SALAD,

'1 a A COMPLETE> LINE OF DRESSES Musician-Mrs; W. L. AndrewsPublicltyChairmanVonlia stated and regular Intervals. You
MENS HOSIERY In- can always depend upon their DRESSING Qt. Jar 23c

LADIES BOUDOIR MENS, HATS & CAPS man ., trucks being on time and they are

h IN THE LATEST MENS TIES & SETS The date'for the Installation of operated so frequently that you 'ANN PAGE'KETCHUP
can ship at own convenience.The .
STYLES FOR EARLY these officers will be announcedlater. your '
trucks themselves are modern 12c
., 14-oz. Bottle
r SPRING SELLING BOYS TIES. BELTS, Besides the,election of officers motor transportation vehicles especially -
AND HOSIERY. designed to meet the requirements -
.w All Styles and Color Miss Ollie Marr was initiated Into IONA SPAGHETTI orMACARONI
of this and Its
''i I These Dresses are In the the order. After., which light refreshments company
r Latent New Shade And were served to those There Is no more :Satisfactory 3 7-OL pkgs 12c

(4, I Styles And Are Value present... \
....... means of modern shipping than
a' BRIDGE SETS That You Cannot.Buy In A FULL.AND COMPLETE that of the modern motor-.freight IONA-LuscloiM Yellow Cling
,, The Cities O. E.:S. Notice<< line this maintains and
Larger Less company
CLOTHSt 1$.as' LINE OF At the regular meeting of the when the policy of courtesy: andservice PEACHES Lge No. 21/2 Can 15c
LUNCHEON la maintained as It Is by
I MENS, BOYS and Eastern Star Monday evening 7:30:

o'clock, Miss Gertrude Houser,of them.
andIT Our Price, CHILDREN'S OVER. Keystone Heights.;will be Initiated Realizing that one of the essentials SPECIAL 'LOW PRICES ''ONGOFFEE

Into the order. pffi,...r,, membersand of their trade is promptness,

,, BREADS a' .1LLS&' Cf *!> 4TS vtsUird; ;;;v,., urged to b* this popular r maintains sufficient -
In attendance. Social" hour will equipment to enable It to
follow the Initiation. fill all orders with rapidity and
Quick Selling dispatch. It does not matter

4t SEE OUR LINE OF .. EVERGREEN whether you wish them to haul for 8
THERE IS A VARIETY a small box or to move all O'CLOCK RED CIRCLEMildMellow
OF MERCHANDISE k W. BLANKETS ANDCOMFORTS ..... T. A Healer C.rrapo..... you
,, $ "R your household furniture, for in Bodied
TOO GREAT TO :Mr. and Mr .: Roy Saunders and either case they will be on the Job Rich-Full '

MENTION IN TillS' children and Mrs>Maggie Forsytheof at the time they promise. In ad- -2 Lbs. 29cBOKAR 2 Lbs. 33c
Also ,
SELLING. Let Us a Full Line of Jacksonville, spent Sunday here dition to this they have won'a rep- .
CRETONNES AND with B. E. ROBIe..and mother. utation for careful handling of all
Show You. Alexander & Co. DRAPERYSALEXANDER J. Q. Rosier was a visitor to goods entrusted to their care and

Jacksonville Wednesday.Mr. thus trade Is always increasing Maxwell HouseV1gorou.Wlney

.;and Mrs. A. B. Rosier and In this business review we wish
children spent Sunday here with to compliment the University City Good' to The La t Drop

;y .& COMPANY relatives. '-( i Transfer. Ira. and. suggest to our Lb. 21c [h. 25c

& )(rL Jessie Overatreet was"ft visitor reader that: a good jway to'pro _

IN GREEN BUILDING Ai. to Jacksonville Friday. mote Ute further pWgresa and expansion -
B. E. and J. Q. Rosier were visitor of the community U to : THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA CO.

i.,. A; .. ..'* to, Stark..Saturday.l _.: -,,patronize_- ., this. ,}local concern.: "

Ar ..4 ,l ttifa-y'"... fti( A 'h, i'6 N1. 's 1.4'n 1. I tl aJNN'LM711 r ld A %uRP. .' _
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Mr. and Mrs. W.''T. Holtzendorf Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thompsonof Mrs. A. H. Hall Mrs. L. S. Hut- Mrs. Tommy Lane and daughter, PINE-LEVEL-------

I spent Sunday in Live Oak visiting Vinton, Iowa, also Mrs. Libby to and eon, Oliver, and daughter, Mary Beth of Gainesville, spent
Jones.Mrs. Holtzendorrs brother; C. E Stephens of Lake City were the Garnita. and Sharon Hall spent Thursday here as, the guests of AI"'". II. M. McRae, CorrespondentMr.

Bits fLa1 M.guests MitchelLMrs. Sunday of Dr. and Mrs. J. Friday visiting In Jacksonville Mrs. Lane's parents., Mr and Mrs .'and Mrs.. :J.:'"N Surrency and

P. J. Pearce. daughter Margaret of Tampa ;
Mrs.: A. H. Green, Mrs. W. 4
spent with Mr. and
Saturday night
I Congressman and Mrs. R. A.:
Wlmberly, and Mrs. N. T. Green Richet' JONES SENTENCED x
H. Mrs. J. H. i iRitch. Green are expected to return to' !Mrs. Willis Dyal.
Ne spent Wednesday visiting in Jack- Mrs. H. A. Durden end' their home hero the latter part of I TAMPA-Bancomb B. Jones, There wit be services at Pine
sonville. daughter, Jo, IUst'Mr. I former FERA clerk who has been
Betty F. II next week from a two mouths visIt Level church this week-end. Oui' s
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND Long wero visiting; in Jack'nvllle In China. Japtn Philippine Islands awaiting sentence since Jan. 3, Pastor, W. E. Hall will be with us
I Mrs. Pearl G. Shuman and Tues.lay. I I and Hawaii. when he pleaded guilty In Criminal and we will have dinner at church
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN daughter. Jean, spent the past Court to four Informations charg- Sunday. Everybody Invited.
week-end In Jacksonville visiting Mrs. J. L. Chancvy of Guinea! ing him with a series of forgeries .
relatives ville will upend the coming: week. Dr. and Mrs. W. E. :Mlddleton of FERA relief checks, was sen-
end here as the guest of her broth- have an their' guest! Thursday and tenced to one year from the date BEVERAGE TAXES '
Friday of this week Mr. and Mrs. of his Imprisonment Oct. 13, 1934, TALLAHASSEE -- Taxes on '
Mrs. j
W. B. Mundy, Jr., Mrs. D. er-In-law and sister Mr and Mrs
L.WJ1I.. Alma Bain spent Saturday J. H. Fields, of Ocala, spent the L. Sllcox and Miss Dorothy T. C. Chastaln. I Hannibal Smith of Louisville, Ky. on one information beer, liquor and wine have pail
in Jacksonville. past week-end here with his family Sapp I I Mr. and Mrs. Smith are en route more than $2.500,000 Into the Flor
rfSltllli spent -- ,
Gcinesville.Sunday visiting: relatives in Mr. Mrs C Hoover bad to Clearwater FOrt COMPTROLLER ida State treasury since the' first 'I

Canova spent Satur- WEST PALM BEACHPromIsing modification of the state "boDedry"
uiss Mary as their guests Sunday Dr. Ed
Ljr visiting in Jacksonville. Pate Gassett returned this week Mrs. C. P. Tlson and O. L. Chase and Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Mrs. O. E. Stansbury will have that there will be a quick law in May., 1033. I'
from a visit in Ozark, Ala., with Moltt of Jacksnville spent Monday Cole and daughters, Betty and the meeting of the Woman's Christian cleaning up of the affairs of cloned P
E Wilson'was business visitor relatives. here visiting: their niece, Miss Bea- Helen, all of Ocala Temperance Union this weekat Stale Banks, that employees under Two million barrels of oil rra
J. Jacksonville Tuesday. trice Johns -. the usual hour on Friday after- him will be long-time residents of taken every hour from the earth '. ;:
Mrs. C. A. Knight Mrs. W. E noon. Members expected and visi- the state and that In no case will in the United States, f
Mrs. Elizabeth Meadle, and MrsC. .
tors such have other Interests
Mina Manassa, Mrs. Cella Mrs. J. H. Fields and daughter, Middleton, Miss Madge Middleton, welcomed.Mr. employees 1
Nasworthy spent Monday in to share their time To hulled
and ef- ,
Manassa, Mrs. George E. Ma- Hazel, spent several days recently Mrs. E. S. Matthews and Miss Hazes chop jiuts.for candy "
Jacksonville.Mrs. "
B. O. Kldd and Mrs E. Summer Rust forts, J. R. 'Trux" Bullock of West cake or home-made ice cream, put
and Mrs. were visiting relatives In Baldwin and Middleton spent Saturday visiting -
Jltors to Jacksonville Wednes- Jacksonville. in Jacksonville. and Mrs. Susan Clarke of Grand Palm Beach, son of the late Circuit them In a cloth and roll with your
H. C. Wall and Mrs. T. F. Blanc, Mich., spent several days Judge, W. S. Bullock of Ocala, rolling pin.
Landrum spent Tuesday visiting in this week' here as the guests of has announced that he would be a
Mr. and Mr C. M. Imbach. Miss Mrs. H. E. Mitchell, Vice PresIdent -
Jacksonville,, Mr and Mrs J. H. Lord candidate for to 1
They Comptroller succeed
Myrtle Strickland, and Miss Bea-: of Section Four of Woman'sClubs
y.ENT were eu route to St. J. M. Lee
A trice Johns spent Friday visiting of Jacksonville,, spent Wed- Petersburg
WORD Mrs. H. C. Ritch and Mrs. R. F. in their winter home. REAL '
Jacksonville. nesday here as the guest of Judge :
spent Saturday visitingin --
and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns.
Jacksonville. District conference of the Methodist KEY WEST-Fifteen hundred !
Mr. and Mrs. ----- -----
COLUMN C. D. Addison of ESTATE
Church which convened In WPA workers returned without
Lake Butler were the guests Mon- Mrs. R. Grey and children, Anna
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wood of day of Mrs. Addlson's sister, Mrs.T. Mae, John, and Mary Jane of New Jacksonville Thursday eveningwas Incident to twenty-seven works IF YOU WANT TO
Prices at Central Florida Gainesville, here attended by the following progress administration projects
spent Wednesday persons '
Hog .
Chastaln. berry, will spend the coming week- BUY SELL OR RENT
stock Market Gainesville, Fla. visiting relatives. from Starkn: 'V. P. Smith halted since the men struck for ,
end here the of Mtan
as guests
t Monday. Dec. 10. Rev. B. M. Montgomery, Mr. and higher wages last Tuesday. By SEE US- ;,-)
Junior McDonald, who has been Sirs W. T. Holtzendorf. ..
Hop No. 1, 180 to 250 Ibs., $8.10 Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., and Mrs. Mra. L. C. Ray, Mrs. A. Wood unanimous vote Saturday, the
spending two weeks in Jackson- :
a 100 Ibs.; Top No. 2, 150 to 180 D. L. Silcox spent Wednesday visIting ville with relatives, returned to his Mrs. James Godbold, of Jackson- Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs. A. P.Sauls strikers decided to accept the gov- WILSONREALTY 1
$7.80 per 100 lbs; Top No 3, in Jacksonville.Miss Mrs. W. P. Smith, Mrs. F. ernment term-an approximate 25: 'f.
A' home here Sunday. ville, was here Tuesday and Wednesday -
JO to 150 Ibs., $7.30 per 100 lbs.; her W. VArnadoe L. A. Davis, Mrs. T. per cent hike In wages for a corresponding CORP. .1 .
of last week
No.4, 110 to 130 Ibs., $7.45 Ernestine Buddlngton and visiting J. Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Increase In working it
P Miss Myrtle Strickland is spend mother, Mrs. W. S. Stroman, and
No. 5, 50 to 110 White and Mrs. J. W. White. hours.
Ibs. Top Llllie
Miss McRae
100 ; spent Saturday
r ing several days of this week in sister, Mrs. S. S. Dowllng.i. .i;
i ta, $7.20 per 100 Ibs.I visiting in Jacksonville.. ,Gainesville as the guest of Mr. and IfWf- ,
I Auction Sale of all classes of '+trsr3i",r.'utltr. ..;'T"+MVSnS4'I .' .d Mrs. A. M. Pettit andA.
stock every Monday. Tour Mdases'Edna and Carolyn Hutto; M Pettit, Jr., of Alachua, were
,IUe and hogs will bring you and Mrs. A. H. Hall spent Wednes- Mr and Mrs. D. G. Kelly returned guests Sunday of Mrs. Pettlt's son One Wrist Watch Get Your
lore money if sold through our day visiting in Jacksonville. FREE +''r
this week from Ocella, where and daughter-in-law. Representative -
urket. The selling commission they attended the funeral of Mrs. and Mrs. C. E. Johns.
Lmoderate. Mrs. Bob Wells of Leesburg spent Kelly's father, Jessie Lewis. 4 Baskets Groceries Tickets r

atral Florida Livestock Market, several days this week here as the, BLUE SERGES fl'FANCIES': "' '
Gainesville, Fla.JOR guest of Mrs. Junius Smith. H SI]
Mr. and Mrs. : C. Ritch will SUITS JUST ARRIVED PLAINAND
Used Bicycles In ---- --- have as their guests during the BELTED: BXCK. CHEAPER -
SALE:-- Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Hoover, of coming week-end. Mr. and Mrs. THAN YOU EVER SAW FANCY XMASAPPLES FANCY XMAS
condition, 1 practlcal-
I /drat class Tip Top Grocery
jnew; 3 new rebuilt, see Billy Miami, spent Sunday here visiting Walter Cooper,ot Sanderson. TIIEM. COME IN AND LOOK I
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoover.. .
Hag, P. O. Box 584, Starke. It THEM OVER. J M. ALVAREZ- CANDYMIXED
Mrs. L. E. Moseiey and daughters THE DEPENDABLE STORE.
C. Operator
R SALE-Alabama: seed pea- Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Knight and Misses Beatrice, Lillian and Ft l

Inuta at Gosaett's Hardware Co. daughter, Nancy Lee, spent Wed- Edna Mae spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. George B. Flynn, A..Rent Bargain Friday and Saturday Special '
nesday visiting in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Boyer in Jack- Paul E. Canova and ,Billy Powell
sonville. were in Jacksonville Friday attending Bushel. $1.15 Prices December 13 & 14 Pound > lOc ''i.
R' SALE]-50 bushels Porto Rico Mr. and Mrs. Orle Wiggins and the funeral of Mr. Meager, .
Potatoes. Just the size you Miss Frances Hemingway spent Mr. and brother-In-
I Mrs. F. A. Canova and who was Mr. Flynn's
The more you buy the cheap- Friday visiting in Jacksonville. small daughter, Mary Ann, of law. GOOD
r they are. J. D. Dlggs. Starke, __" Gainesville spent Friday here vis- Fruit Cake MaterialsREAL

1tp Ray Colley of Ocala, spent Sun iting Mr. Canova's mother, Mrs. E. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Killian, who Doz. 15c
ktoefleld: cabbage plants now day here as the guest of his pa- E. Canova. have been here visiting her brother ARE CUT PRICE. ,
[ready; other varieties soon. $1 rents Mr and Mrs.'J. F. Colley. J. J. Truby, left Thursday for FANCY YORK IMPERIAL!: .
-- Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs. A. Z. their home in Waynesvllle, N' C.
r thousand. 5,000 and 10,000 Candied Lemon Peel Ib. 29c .
i cheaper in proportion., A. J. Mrs. F. W. Varnadoe of Savannah Adklns, Miss Hazel Adkins; Mrs.D. Mr. and Mrs. Killian ,have numbers APPLES 4 Lbs 15c
Ga., Is here visiting her parents Candied Orange Peel lb. 29c
tins tf P. Carpenter. Mrs T. T. Long, of friends in FJorlda NEW RED BUSSPOTATOES t* .
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Smith. and Mrs M. E. Edwards spent Sat I were glad to have the pleasure' of Candied Citron Peel lb. _,_29c I
INO OUT-Owing,to failing urday. visiting in Jacksonville seeing them again....;::,;_ ',Lb.5
I&cllth I will sell out everything G. L. Patten, of Jacksonville, Candied Cherries, lb. ? __ 39c C
Pown In Starke: home, tools, some spent the past week-end here visiting NO. 1 OLD IRISHPOTATOES
Candied lb. .39c Ii
tal roofing, lumber sawed out Mr. and Mrs. T, F. Landrum. Pineapple, .,

I virgin pines 2x6, and lots of Candied Ginger, lb. -, .39c 10 Lbs. 22c i
odds and ends" useful about your Miss Essie Coleman spent the ,
Tune Sundried Figs lb. __,. lOc FANCY URKENCABBAGE
me or farm. If you are looking past week-end visiting friends Up :

bargains come to 403 South relatives in Jacksonville. and Olua- Sundried! Dates, lb. 15c Each 1 lOc
npson. W.. E. Daugherty. tf tee.. ,
Sundried Prunes 2 Ibs. pk 15c
NAT SEZ: Sunmaid Raisins, 2 Ib. pk 15c A; '1
"QUALITY FIRST" your APPLES Doz. 25c '
Sundried Currants, pkg. lOc j ;;

White i Raisins Ib. '14c GOLDEN RIFE

Red & Green Pineapple, Ib 39cSundried BANANAS 4 Lbs 15c t ;

Peaches, lb. .. _. 15c CARROTH, BEETS orLETTUCE .r3 I
II IIa :
This store has gone the limit always II111e'u' Sundried Apricots, lb. ,25c 9c ;

to give you dependable merchandise ,
English Walnuts Ib. 20c '
_--_ HWEET (,I;

at reasonable price Do Brazil Nuts, Ib. ? __ __19c I

and your remember Xmas shopping please, that this' a store gift \\ aL Paper Shell Almonds, Ib. 25c POTATOES 1 O Lbs. 15c hn 1

from Sternberg's Store mean*
more. Let me suggest. w

SUGAR STEAK any cut Lbs 2Ie LARD Y

Manhattan Shirts MEN'S TIES ,

and Pajamas In Xmas Boxes 5 Lbs. 25c Lb. 122c;
cut Lb..29c ?
$1.95 50c and $1.00Handkerchiefs any

_ Good[ Shirts at fl.00 at one of the CHARMER FLORIDA RIB STEW CUMBERLAND I Iryr

for Ladles and Men The Bent Bet We Have Is
Munslngwear FANCY FAT VEAL STEAK or '

25ctolaBoxCHILDREN'S 3 Pr. for $1 THE SOUTH 2 Cans 25c 2 Lbs. ..- .- 25c. ''
[ TheY're. CHOPS Lb. 29c !+
lOc a Box Pure Silk P
of a

LAMPS UNDERWEARGOWNS Certified Motor Tune-Up. This Wonderful New Equip- MILK I BACON Lb. 40c tt

"$S Value which we offer at SUPS & PAJAMAS ment Is More Accurate Than Human Hands Can Be and RED LINK MEAL

$1.00 $1 to $2.49 Enables Us to Detect Any Faults, And Put Your MotorIn

__ the Shape Specified Ky the DesiRninar> Engineer At 3 Tall cans 17c' SAUSAGE 2 Lbs. 25c 10 Lbs. 20c '

, Ladle We Are Headquarters for the Factory Where It Was Made. This Equipment Consists 4

| Coats and Dresses Work Clothes of Three Units: An Ignition Analyzer; a Motor PRINCE ALBERT 'ACHAOE--AROO

.Mo-date.Styles Only and Work Shoes Tune-Up; and a Motor Vita (Exhaust Gas Analyzer). CREAMERY NEW yid 9

Coats $5.95 up We have the best OterMl for TOBACCO

I Dresses $2.95< up' SI GOOD you ever SHIRTS saw at that at price.$1 Our CERTIFIED TONE-UP BUTTER NUCOA PRUNES'

A VERY GOOD ASSORTMENT OFDOLLSANDTOYS. d, Can __ lOc Pound 39c Pound 20c 2 Lb. Pkg. 15c ",


Exhaust Accurate Gas Carbureter Analysis.Adjustment FLOUR Pkg. lOc SOAP Bar 5c tr

Priced from [- "0 $2.95 ; Com presson Tests. FORm 1". NEW It Do IVORY ?.

Vacuum retor and Tests Fuel on Pumps.Carbu- $ SYRUP PLlOc FLAKES Box 5c ,

Q Xmas Tree Pressure Test on Fuel Pumps. IMP. MINCEMEAT ql

DecorationsEtectrio Coil and Condenser Tests. LCMCIOUSTABLE-NO.2yj: : CANPEACHES

/ .Tree m Spark Plugs Tested.Cleaned, Adjustedand FLAT 15c Pkg. lOc

'Lightst NONE' SUCH MINCE! MEAT, __S for-_25e:
Distributor Set for Cam Angle

t All Wiring Checked. /- PINEAPPLE 19c SUGAR PEAS 15c

All Major Repairs and Parts Extra,



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1936-37 Gov
i CONTRACT ARE LISTED Makes' Appeal Sholta returned to his office Dave'

GAINESVILLE-- The 1936-3'' For Christina LIVE STATE NEWSNews a the day prediction will visit that the Florida 60,000 perllOll8

FARMERS SECTION at Rockefeller eXhibit
contract ha Center
corn-hog'adjustment In
with deficit of ew
a huge
York. The
been and contract applications governor
approved Florida practically thousand )I of Florida in Short Paragraphs dedicatory address delivered the
I will be offered to 'Ic last
Conducted by Demonstration Agents farmers In January, A. P. Spencer (brought abouvbscauaa the dOU8.I"1 11 the exhibit opened. He Monday stoPPed as
State txtenaion vice-director ha Society did not want to Washington and Savannah at
homeless child needing Its
fis been notified by the Agriculture of return trip. He said the benefit,
The Children's Home Society <
-j --II' Adjustment Administration.The from the Rockefeller Center
Florida, and -Its. State Superintendent )] I play will be dia-
two-year contract, effectlv Marcua-C. "Daddy" tragg; $19,000 UNCLAIMED TO MAKE APPEALJACKSONVILLE comparable to that
Hints To Housewives as of December 1, 1933 require are making',the most urgent appeal ; ORLANDO. V. Chapman, 1 liquidating : Thomas B. from the Florida exhibit in tbe
RURAL Century of
that the signer produce for mar to the good people of Florida agent, reported approximately Adams, attorney for chain store Progress Exposition at
COMMON SENSE ket In 1936 at' least 50 per cent of that the Home Society has ever $15,000 of dividends for dposltors interests fighting the occupational Cblcago.
Demonstration In the State Bank of Orlando and receipts tax act of the
Weekly from Home his market hog base and not mor Issued in its thirty-three years 1 By'' SPUDS JOHNSON Specialist, T-n-h---'IMJ than 100 per cent of his base 1ha service to over 'thirty-five thousand Orlando Bank and Trui. 1935 legislature, said he undoubt
is to receive the maximum hoi homeless and needy children Co., and the Orlando Commercial edly'would make an appeal from ;id

FOREST TREES OFFER DELIGHTS adjustment payment. The cooperating of the entire State. Bank are unclaimed. They rang the ruling of the.Florida supreme '
UTILIZATION OF producer also must plan from a few cents to as much 811 court. end
t BEST Honey can be used In countlest cent of hli The greatest need Is for money be said. Ooo
MANY FLORIDA LANDS to corn at least 25 per to on its great work, and $100 FeverUnit
and be most delicious carry .
dainty ways corn base next year but not mon necessltli FOLD MULLET NETS i
i There Is an awakened interest but to successfully use honey one than a percentage which la withIn to provide the barest hel FIRST CANAL BRIDGE TALLAHASSEE-Mullet: fishermen I LIIl.rln 'ARJ.F.TI 1If.a.dachlil day
of little -
It. A of life for the scores ] IIAL aurw !
In forests and reforestation thru- must learn how to the permitted optional range of homeless children now under OCALA-United States army In Florida's coastal waters volDa .' In 30 mbnute
out the country. People every- lot of thick honey poured on maker 70 to 90 per cent of bill corn base less engineers have awarded a $91,71 folded their nets today for a 50-
,, where are, reallatng: that land the dish too sweet but honey that .; Corn and hog bases will be established .the Society's care. 'contract to M. J,' Carroll, Inc, day closed season extending to
should be properly utilized or has been warmed until it Is thin by appraisal by community The second urgent appeal Is for Ocala, for the construction of the January 20. State law provides fora
be to the crop tor enough to drizzle In tiny threads accordant children's wearables-for boys and
should grown committeemen in foundations of the first bridge closed season on mullet from
which it is best auited, whether adds just the right flavor richness with prescribed standards. Thli girls from babies up to sixteen over the Florida Ship Canal. .The December 1 to January 20. However e e

i that crop be corn cotton, citrus, and garnish undertaking new to commodity years of age. New and used clothIng bridge to be located at Santos eState fishermen and dealers are allowed -

truck crops, grass or forest trees. adjustment programs, Is designed underwear bats, caps sweat Road No. 2, will be built on five days to dispose of
A very great potion of Florida's Breakfast FrulU to permit the assignment of equi ers. shoes stockings and baby 'dry land and the canal will later catches now on hand.'
land area la better suited to forests All fruits to which sweetening Is table bases to all producers regardless garments will all be gladly we be dug beneath its 040-foot span. ..
k than to cultivated crops. added for serving are delightful of whether they have previously corned. Thirdlydonations of staple GUN WAS LOADED
The winter months which are when honey-drizzled. The flavorof participated in corn-hog groceries canned goods preserves CAN'T CAGE POSSUMS HERNANDO Lomax Arm

here now are the beat season for citrus fruits has a new tang programs or farmed previous tc meats, fruit vegetable, LEESBURQ-Quln Redmond, of strong, 6, was instantly killed this IAJER 1J1'AMERICAS
setting of the forest trees, and intensity when honeysweeted candles, toys nuta. Anything tbat
many 1936. Lee County, has been placed under afternoon in the accidental discharge -
and Florida landowners are plan- that is particularly refreshing An additional major change cnlldren can eat will be grateful' a' S29 bond here by R. T. Jone of a shotgun held by his '

; ning to set millions of seedlings and appetizing. from the 1935 contract is the provision received. justice of the peace after being brother, Leo 9. Investigating officers -
The State Forest Service is pre Grapefruit prepared thus starts that an acreage equal to the The Society has its largest R< arrested by Game Protector W. W. said Leo sat in the door of
y pared to furnish some two million the morning right: Halve the land held out of corn production, calving Home and family of chi McDonald and charged with cagIng his father's home three miles GIALEIv

(dash pine seedlings to landownersthis grapefruit remove core' and divide known as the "adjusted corn acre dren at 2560 Riverside Avenue, wild animals. He is allege north of here holding the gun.

winter. sections as usually prepared. age" under the new contract' be Jacksonville, and has branch receiving to have had on his premises five Lomax they' said, grasped the
The slash pine has been termed Drizzle over the fruit two or three devoted to soil-improving or era homes at 802 S.' Pennsylvania !- possums In a cage. The offense muzzle and In some manner the

r. the most valuable forest tree in tablespoons honey; let stand fifteen sion-preventing crops. The area Lakeland, and 708 Eaat Is said to be in violation of the gun was. fired.
Florida. Here are some of the; to minutes before serv- Jordan St., Penaacola where all trie
thirty used for these crops must be In game law. His case will be
reasons why it is so valuable.It ing., addition to the acreage/normally or any articles other than cash in the City Court In January,
grows more rapidly than any devoted to such uses on the farm. can be sent. All money should be + Getting Hp Nights

l other pine probably more rapidly I Vegetable For complying with the hog adjustment sent to R.V. Covington, Treasure! APPEAL FOR AID u ,.. .erw .... CJotIIq VD .. .....
than any other forest tree In- the Vegetables with their appetlz- provisions of the 1936-37 428 St. James Building Jacksot ,JACKSONVILLE Berlli t--; ..... rws 1e4. ....... "..... iiiiiiii FORftOWNUI
... .... _
to. ..
c' fa I.t. Mlt. U1.1IlbrT: T.f'1Ig vile.
contract, the participating producer small village near here has appealed .... It Aalatr ptrr
It more turpentine aids and Important ...... : ........
;h' produces tamins, are digestive will receive his entire hog pay No gift or donation can'be too to the government to save c-- t .. fr KIDDIETOO
... .
than other pine of its size. foda.,To bring \ au seer .I
any "protective" ment as soon as possible after final large or too small to be of ver it from the St. Johns River. Larg Woes tara eszt. nnv aew 9t /
r It is more easily grown In nursery out their best fresh flavor add a after Is invited chur .. .. Mn.r ...en.plr 6.qsW
compliance baa been checked genuine helpit Everybody vessels passing the village Oise "m.wraaa
dl beds and transplanted. Seeds seedlings teaspoon of mild money for each the close of each year. The 1938 to help-provide areal, Christmas up great waves, which have wash .aLt N a ri-a ..-....
;, planted In the spring produce I cup of vegetable when adding butter each and need of the waterfront ---
t for transplanting the rate will be $1.25 per head for for these homeless ; ed away"a portion
ready : and salt. the rata of all creeds, from we A $150,000 grant
hog in the base, leas pro little ones already.
v following winter. well adapted? to I I. Honey Pecan Bread Roll, share of local administrative ex- babies up to sixteen years of age.. to build a bulkhead Is asked. Several M.dlcat.dwith

.Jlatwooda It la especially soils,' so abundant' in Thoroughly blend one cup finely penses. Deductions will be made at -'--.. buildings have been destroy ingredients of
cut salted pecans with one-half the rate of $2.50 per head if the'roducer State Library and the principal street has crum- Vicks
Florida. utilization of I cup slightly warmed honey to falls to raise 50 per cent I bled. VapoRub
With increased result of Form spreading paste. Cut breadIn Df his base hog numbers and $5.00 Books Received -
for as a VICKS COUGH
ut pine pulpwood in Georgia by slices full length of loaf (ordInary per head if he raises more than his BREAK! THWARTED DROP
recent experiments
H. with more loaf cuts five lengthwise assigned base number. The following books have been ''TAMPA-Quick work by i a
!? Dr. Charles
Interest in Florida naval stores, dices) Spread with butter then Corn adjustment payments in received here from the State LIbrary trusty thwarted a break from the<
with honey-pecan paste, and roll 1936 will be made In two installments Mrs. H. H. Young announced county jail here and four men 'an FUNERAL DIRECTOR
(de- is for jelly: roll. Wrap each in about August 1.and December this week: In solitary confinement as a resuit. -

forestry conscious, and 'It waxed paper and tie to keep in- : 31, at the rate of 35: cents Private Worlds, Bottome; Shadows The trusty stepped on ai Hy Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render

i. Is coming good that they are. A fair in- tact. Let stand an hour or longer a bushel multiplied by the appraised on the Rock, Gather; Murde I alarm button. One of the met EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
/ come can be obtained through forest ; remove paper and cut each rollA yield and the number of adjusted hi Three Acts, Christie; Huckleberry had an imitation pistol made o.loap. MODERATE PRICES
products from any lands that three slices-each loaf used acres. Deductions will be Finn Clemens; Pilgrims of The prisoners were listed< Starke, Florida

cannot be utilized to advantage in Hakes fifteen rolled slices. made for local administrative expenses the Impossible Dawson! ; Forglv M R. B. Haynie and W. A.Reeves DeWITT C. JONES

f. any other way. A combination of aa heretofore Us Our Trespasses Douglas; Tral who escaped from an Atlanta Jal

grass, cattle and timber, each of To'protect the natural flavor of Rates of adjustment an4 payment of the Lonesome Pine' Fox; Knight last April, Cinnemon Keen and

which Is given more attention and milk it should be kept cold, clean, for 1937 will be announced of the Cumberland, Fox; Prairie Ernest.Futch., .,
; better management'is' In-1 md covered, says the State ExperIment by the Secretary by November SO, Chronicle, Fofelt7; $ England the .- "
k a to favor. Station. 1936, and will be determined from Unknown'Isle; Harris; Lost Horizon SHORT IN ACCOUNTS-
Hilton; The Raven James; SANFORD- V. E. Douglass For Expert RepairingSmith's
Work of Art,)Lewis; Hero Tale luapended Seminole County clerk
from American History Roosevelt; pleaded Innocent to three counts of:

oN Winnle-the-Poob, Milne; Flamingo grand jury Indictments chargln;
Feather Munroe; The Spy Paramount Urn with embezzlement of approxImately -

:1 ,like the Oppenheim; Jungle Gold [ $32,000 In public funds GaragePhone
Pedrlck; Rob Roy Skinner; The Mia trial was set for the week of:

Store. Stribling; Little Orvie, Tar January 6. The indictment returned -

fcli NEW CHEVROLET 4. klngton; Benson Murder Case, by the grand :Jury thliveek. 120
Van Dine; Dragon Murder Case, "' He was suspended In Augist -
''il r %a Van Dine; Great Conquerors of: when the State auditing department -

the best of all \ South and Central America, Ver reported. his account Wrecker: Service Day or Night

t rill; Heaven's My. Destination ihort.
4 Wider.
,,!, The Townsend Club will meet Our schedule changes Sunday
,.1;' it the Court"House next Monday December 8,, 1935 and trains wll

,}.1'.. light, December 16. at 7:30 o'clock.1 run as follows:
',,' Every one who would like to ban i Sounthbound
!\.tf ah poverty Jrom our coUntrj. To 1-Due Starke 11:31: P. :M
1 should attend these meetings that Vo. 15-Due Starke >4:08: P. :M ,'

IJ:! ire held the first and third Mon- lo.' 107-Due Starke 9:11 A. M'I'

tj, ::' : lays of each month. lo. 191-Due Starke 10:25 P.. On gallon

While It is called The Townsend Northbound could lift a
J Did Age Revolving;" Pension Plant To. .2-Due Starke 5:22 A.M.No. I iPftoj

( Is truly a recovery plan whereby 16-Due Starke 12:40 P. M. |ry/* r/ three-ton
we may all get back to the normal No.< 108-Due Starke 5:15: P. M..
and decent standards of living Starke and Wannee Branch G:) bfrTyrannosaurus

I s ema si hat we all enjoyed before the depression fo. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00 A.M. ,3" miles
Ir took away from us the Jo. 102-Arrives Starke 160 P.1.1.
joy of living by bringing us poverty T. J. GRIFFIN.Miserable -
I to replace the plenty that we
r bad been accustomed to having ,

:. Come; In friends and help bring
'I happiness and plenty to replace

:: MASTIC DI LUXI SPORT MOAN poverty and misery. Every man with backache ?
roman and child will be benefited -

by this pension for the pensions -
d/h /ow iee4C have got to distribute it where WHEN kidneys. function badly nd
'1 ono Con < /t.t? needed within thirty days,' after wen a MOfllno backache
with diitlncw, burning, icMity or 1M"equenl 6
.' bey receive It. urination end .alneup( sinfoMff ;
.t' H. H. Young. President. : when you led tied Htfvovtp v

I"; .. "I KNEW,the moment .. I '---_-'--- ail upaeel. ..MM Dean'sIlls.. '
... I SEAL 8ALK NOTES DOM .ie eipectolly lot poorly
: I laid eyes on it, that "Mall receipts for first week of wo thing kidney Million of beaus
'\ NEW PERFECTEDHTDBAULIC : this beautiful new 19IUS Chevrolet NO DIUU"l'VJJITu.'I'IOII: Seal sale amounted to Est teed every y_. They ere reran
.'It! BBABES> > In Mew...l..BT Fishes forthe mended the country over. Ask vest
'A <*....,..,and unoolhwt*trr d.v.lop.d was the car I wanted to own. tfi. sanda.evnas16o.9a.v.e."dd $12.BO against $20.40. year, neighbor. .

''H "It's so good-looking, so comlortfor.fl low"prk.d err Christmas same period seals ,bawl aided in

./! able,so safe and so thrilling to drive decreasing the number of deaths DOAN SPILLS

f.J' without being the I least bit espenBl8J1..e01111W1; ZONvlktvi from 1039 last year to 961 to I
f SOLID STEEli e.etJsoaTUBKZTTOP Ate, this year;
five-that I can readily understand .utao .
t '' csa* Buy Christmas Seals to help

o;t, 1- crows of bc.q.a (.Area./why why so many people prefer it to all ahdes.v.n.....,.,..".. ...... fight tuberculosis."
others. with v** 1- ea ..... NI -Mrs.;J. M. Alvarez. youngMOTRERRS ,

I, "It's just what Chevrolet says it -- .
1, Highest trees In the world are
:4:" i Is-the only complete tote- raced: carAI.l.THESC: rXATUBM Eucalypti of Australia.i .

r: DlPBOVZD ctiornoBMCXACTIOM givirg all ood thing* at I lowest cost. CHEVROLET:' >* MW PRICE* i I'' Sn yi .

fS BIDE: "I'm certainly glad I bought one. The average steer on market has Tske no

''M..woNA.d.af:!l; .d. rM of mil It suits me: perfectly. 'I think you '. 495 120 pounds of bones) Cblldrea's a b.rrceL cold'Ire THAT EXTRA "LIFT'IN H-C

..r"I*,r will like it better,too."' afar.UP.w F14.U..t Mr.M.n W.N'UAa... 5..d.dtp. .. he outlook for supplies and best treated

CHEVROLET'' MOTOR COMPANY .ow+w. ;"ts'.fwAM.1W.rt.ireIHOCaPeoor prices at that time. trftbout 'do nAt ,miles
STEERING ...a.M..'. KMK4criM OT M.r M.i4V ,The new corn-hog contract Is to bedtLne gives 1 to 3 more
DETKOITr II'C B I gA N Wr.tJQ mMaammt. fV < IM ,)uat
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r I 138, or ((2) approves an application Agent Sinclair Ktflnlng Company (In*.)
made a contract signer
Torode 'Chevrolet Co. io-later than April 1,41937. for '10S ,-- ,
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.rUUUl1 MISSION HALLAs 22. No opportunity Is lost for ison it would be welt to study the> ,fimessage '
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH A scheduled Rev. J. E. Newtonof teaching! God's Word at the*Mission meant for God's people In {
IWV. O. B. Price, Pastor riANTACLAUSLETTERS1Dec[ u. Green Cove Springs, pastor of services. them.
School 10 o'clock a. m., !
gttnlay, the Beulah Baptist Church, was "Oxen and Asnes" will be the Preparations are under way for
Thomas Supt. present with a choir of twenty study for next 'I
k.1. Worship, 11 a. m. .... _u________ .. Tuesday evening the Christmas eve observance of
uornlng 'J voices and an able pianist Tues and since the Inspired writers saw the greatest event which has ever '
[.T. P. U. 6:45 PT:8 day evening and rendered a beau fit to use these animals In compare transpired upon the earth.
Evening) : p. m. 10. 1035. have blue Eyes & Blonde hair. I tiful song service of gospel hymns. .- :
a. S Teachers Meeting:, Wednes- Dear Santa Claus: wish you would bring me a Bike, The Assembly Room was com n n __
6:43: p. m.lld.week Dear Santa I want you to bringme a baby doll with a Permanentwave A fortably filled and everyone enjoyed
JAY) Prayer service, W d- a pair of shoes and a big doll doll bed, Fruits, Candy, & 1"I every message In song; so muchso
aesdaY 7,30; p. m. and a piano to. And a Santa Claus chewing gum. that.at the close of the service CONSIDER this greeting
suit and a face to go with It. AndI
Good by Santa Clause all lingered for a few extra ",
MethoOisc Church have been making A all over my From Mary Elizabeth Pringle pieces the singers had consented a personal hand-shake and,

Rev. B. M. Montgomery, Pastor. Report Card.From Right Ida in Lee a few Silcox.days. Lawtey Fla to give. with'it, our heart-inspired wish ,
School-10 a. m. R. 1 box
Sunday 99. The Bible study was short but
Morning Worship-11 a. m. fitted the occasion; the subject being that yours will be a Christmas '

worth League-7:15: p. m. Hampton, Fla. Dear Santa ClauseAs "How the Singers Won the embracing every joy you could : .I
Worship. 7:30: p. m. Dec. 8, 1935: .
Evening Battle; See 2nd Chronicles 20: '
You are Invited to all these servo Dear Santa Claus. usual my Xmas tree will be i possibly ask for. !
I am wrltting to let you know up and thl syear. I'm short on ties hNO ,
ke _' what we want for Christmas. I [ mean the kind I use to wear. A nt+t O Sahara desert area Is 3,600,000 '''S
To that we'll add the j
Presbyterian Church Dorothy am 8 years old. I would white narrow washable one. Now square miles. _
Rev. George H. Lowry, Minister like a pair of skates, some firecrackers don't think I don't need any thing LEAKS IN REPORTS ... -- New Year be kind to you in ; k
10:00: a. m.-Sabbath SchooL a pair of bedroom else for I do. For Instance a new A Macbeth Is Shakespeare's shortest .
slip- man was "Jailed' for a day and Con '
jl:00 A. Jt-Morning Worship; pers, and some candy. I Harveneam suit, BOX, auto license tag and In the crop reporting room of the play.Why. perfect ;
.errn'on by the pastor. : 9 years old. I would like a pairof many other things as you know. U. S. D. A In Washington. He tentment. \ '

8.00:(( p. m.-Young Peoples Vesper bedroom slippers, some spark- Tours verry truly happened to wander In there accidentally Get Up Nights?

Service. lers, and some candy. Slippers i Dr. W. E. Middleton. looking for a friend, and THIS Silo nt., ni>KH "'X"'Tn'IQFIUJl
1:3D: p. m.-EveDh1g Worship. size 9 1-2 and 2, we would thank 'SNew lo and behold when he tried to SPEND XMAS EVE i i

Baptist Church you If you'can bring us these River Fla. leave, he could not get by the arm- If It fall to riimh out Impurltlos
Rosewood and .XC"NN acid which ... th. I.
Dec. .a. -
Pastor things, we hope you can bring all 9, 1933 ed United States marshal at the \
L G. Hemingway, regularity that asks you up. O..t
juv. Sunday. Bible the little children something. A Dear old Santa Clause, I am a door. He had to remain until the bufhu, juniper oil, etc., In llttla green
Services every little 10 tablet. called linker. the bladder I -WITH US- i
merry Christmas. girl years old and In the report was released. It just
10:15: a. m. Services at 3:30 laxatlv Work on the bladder.Im- ,
Study Dorothy and Harvene Watterson 4th grade I haven't missed a dayof to show how secretly these reportsare liar to caitor oil on th. nowitlit .
I o'clock. In afternoon. my school and I get good lessons prepared and how little opportunity '.Poorly acting, bladder ,ran cam MUSIC. GOOD EATS DANCING
wanly flow frequent d lr", burning 1
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Starke Fla. for my Teacher I haven't there Is for a "leak."-The or backache. In four qava I
Pastor made below 70 and I want you to Progressive Farmer. not pl."d any driinfflit will refund. FUN FOR EVERYBODY \
Rev. L. A. Donnley, Dec. 10, 193 your S6o. Mitchell'. Drug tttor.. a
Services every first Sunday. Dear Santa ClauseI bring me a doll & doll bed and a

'Sunday School 2:30: p. m. am a little boy 5 years old have pretty doll house well furnished Ale 5c A Glass '.
Bible Study and Prayer Services brown eyes, and hair, I want a red and a surprise box & a little baktng
| every Saturday night. 'Scooter, knife with a chain on it I set & a embroidery set and \
and some candy peacons, & some that all I ask you for I have a 1r
First Christian Church fruit. Please don't forget me Santa little brother 5 years old and he ;

Rev. W. T, McGuire Pastor From Spencer Crews wants you to bring him a little
Bible School, 10 a. m. Starke, Fla. train and a Teddy bear & farmhouse 1WE A. IIARTMAN \ l
Communion 11 a. in Care of Pierce Crews? with lots of animals & little ':

Christian Endeavor, 7,p. m. wagon and a ball & a Cow Boy l ll
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30: Lawtey Fla Suit now we hope you want think -
I am> Dec. 10 1935 this Is to much and will bring us J
these things Lots of Love
Preaching Second Sunday 11 a. Dear Santa ClauseI '

I a and 8 p. m._, am a little girl 3 years-old Eloise and M. L. Johns Jr. ?j't

St. Marks Episcopal Church ,"
Dove Killed t !
Service on second, fourth and tl,

I filth Sundays at 11 o'clock' a. m. One of Miner's"Missionaries" STILL GOODThe ;,ARE THINKING OF YOU. THIS i 1
Litany and; choir practice at "

7:30 o'clock on Friday nights pre. Central Florida ,Livestock CHRISTMAS, AND HOPING IT'LL BE; '

ceeding Sunday services.. Market with her new growth of THE'"'HAPPIEST EVER FOR YOU AND ':\\1",
Leon Alvarez
I while out shooting -
this week, killed a Mourning pens witnessed the largest run of YOURs. WE WANT YOU TO THINK OF :
hogs, cattle, and other livestock
BOB JONES I one Dove leg with with an the aluminum following tag wordson on Monday yet received. All avail US THROUGHOUT THE YEAR WHEN : f
able space was filled. There has
1 It: "Write Jack Miner, Kings- YOU NEED QUALITY SEEDS & FEEDS. )
been a steady increase of livestock f
Comment On Here vllle. Ontario, Canada.". Jack I
at this market since It opened in .s::. \
Miner was communicated with at "
And Hereafter October. Mr. J. T. Hornsby own. J
once and it was' learned that he ,
er and operator, expressed himselfas )
was the owner of The Jack Miner being well pleased with the SISTRUNK SEED & FEED COMPANYWE ;; EVERYONE ..r'

I' If Christians under our system Bird Sanctuary at Kingsville Ontario quantity of livestock In Monday'ssale
Likes i
Canada, and tags all the' to PLAY P.r.'
must "moo ,
I of government build their and also of the prices received .
own colleges In order to teach the ducks, geese and other smaller migratory for it, which are as follows: '' EVERYONE should play I : ,
birds that visit his bird
doctrines of Christianity the atheist Hogs:
to their routesof s.. Give Christmas Gifts that i
sanctuary study
infidels and communists Top No. 1 180 to 2SO Ibs., $8.10 HAVE A NICE SELECTIONOF
I should be compelled to build their migration and also how long per 100 Ibs. : make playtime, a real pleasure. '
Furthermore it 1
live. ,
'own institutions and secure their they gives Top No. 2, 150 to 180 Ibs., $7.80 TilE
Jack Miner full information as to .
own student body If, they wish to per 100 Ibs. \ ,i
teach their theories. The writer the States and Provinces killing Top No. 3, 130 to ISO Ibs., $7.30 1
the greater number of birds; how .22 Short Cartgs. Kleanbore 15c box ff
100 Ibs.
baa of for
a degree respect any per
I I nan who believes what he believes long they stay in the United States Top No. 4. 110 to 130 Ibs., $7.45 FOR. YOUR XMAS LIST .v .22 Long Rifle, Kleanbore 30c box > ',
and stands for his convictions. No and how long they remain In Canada per 100 Iba. '20, 16, 12 Ga. Kleanbore Load ''",

| man at heart Is honest who draws ? Top No. 15, 50 to 110 Ibs., $7.20 Shells _..___?__________ 65c box I,

a salary from an' institution and All tags placed on ducks and per 100 Ibs. Philco Radios Bedroom Suites 30 Lb. Fire Dogs ._________w2.50 m
have side
| while he draws his salary teaches geese printed on one a Cattle: "
I theories or doctrines contrary to verse of Scripture-Jack Miner'sunique Top calves $2.75 per 100 Ibs., 21 Lb. Fire Dogs ____________...2.25 '

the things for which the institution way of spreading the Gos- Top heifers $4.10 per 100 Ibs. Studio Couches Living Rm. SuitesWE 20 Lb. Fire Dogs ______________2.00 '

stands. A Unitarian preach. pel. He is by no means a religious Top butcher cows $3.15 per 100 Electric Irons (Standard Wt.) ...3.00't"

er In a Unitarian puplt who tells fanatic, but Is a strong believer Ibs WISH ALL OUR WATCIIESf Weaclock) _?____1.25 Ai I
the world he does not believe In In God's Word, and uses the I Top butcher bulls $4.40 per 100 f
) __ _____1.75 Pr. ,
the virgin birth and Deity of Je- fowls) of the air to spread such Ibs CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS "
LUNCH KITS .._______________1.75
8UI Christ is a gentleman of the select verses of Scripture as: Top butcher steers $4.85 per 100 ,: !
|'highest type In. comparison vllI "Have faith in God," "No good lbs. ,MERRY CHRISTMAS THERMOS QT. BOTTLES ?____1.75. Jf
I a Unitarian in TrlnItarian pv't : thing will He withhold from them THERMOS PT. BOTTLES -----1.00' ''t-

t pit who, by subtle Influences, that walk uprightly" and many GRAHAM ANDA ALADDIN LAMPS ___________4.95 k'
i raises questions in the minds of other similar promises. Jack Min It r.. L. C. B.l a. Correspondent tt'$1. REMINGTON POCKET "d I
I people, er says, "It has been the means of
about the especially virgin birth young and people the many a Bible being opened by men Mr. and Mrs Roy Reynolds and HAPPY NEW YEAR.HARTFURNITURE I KNIFE Special ____________ 85c

Deity of our Lord. who had scarcely ever read the children of Windermere, were vis-
s e Scriptures. I iting Mrs. Reynolds parents, Mr. BRADFORD HARWARE :.
'" and Mrs. E. Strickland, Sunday. COMPANY .
, Evolution is not truth. Someone -
Mr. and Mrs. ,Jessie Surrencyand COMPANY'e
hRS said "It is, a million IB" ;
fueases' strung together." Darwin daughter, Margaret of Tam. J. B. CARLISLE /41t,
: Edwin S. pa, spent the week-end with J. H. :L '
did not say It was so Darwin saidbe .Funeral, services.for lj"f
was guessing.. Huxley did not Blake, 53 former resident of Surrency and Willis Dyal, of ,

prove it. It never has been proved. Starke and auditor for the State Starke.Mr. .
]It never will.be proved The evolutionary Prison Farm at Ralford who died and Mrs. R. M. Johnson and

hypothesis Is untrue. Monday night, were held at 4 daughters, Misses Ellen and Why not 1936 FORD V-8
Cod made man In His own image. o'clock Wednesday afternoon from Madge, of the Fort Harley section, get. your ;
Han fell Into sin. In his natural the 'Moulton & Kyle Chapel In have moved to our town and we

mate, he is 'a fallen creature who, Jacksonville. The Rev. Albert J.Klssllng are glad to have, them make their ,

left to himself, is helplessly hope ,.pastor of the Riverside home here.

freely and Irretrievably lost. He Presbyterian Church, officiated. Frank Reynolds and John Reynolds in time for Christmas ? ,
nu a hunger for God but in him. Interment was In Evergreen Cemetery of Camp Roosevelt spent the _
Kit he Is unable to reach up and week-end here with their families. .
'let hold of the Infinite., The In- Mr. Blake was a native of Wash Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Smith of .
finite must reach down and get ington D. C., but had lived In Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and ",,'I' ,

told of him., Sinners are never Jacksonville for twenty-five years Mrs. L. C. Smith last week. .'.<..\;\;, "
lived because of an Inherent holy! before moving to Starke and the Mrs. F. W. Reynolds and children
tendency. They are always 'savJ State Farm. He Is survived by were visiting her parents, Mr. 1 \ ,
xAi '
J* by divine grace.;,,In our flesh his widow, Mr. Mildred L. Blake; and Mrs. John Thomas, of Ziff p

there dwells no good thing; Whenwe a son Alexander M. Blake, and Saturday. i
are saved we' have salvation"Parted three brothers, Charles M. and J. Mr. and Mrs. Feton Graves have ,."1
to us.We are still a dual D. Blake, Brooklyn, N. Y.. and moved to Lake Wales where they "
being and we carry, until the end W.:H. Blake, Jacksonville will stay for several months. ,
'V the Journey,'the treasure of sal. .' 1936 Ford V-8 It the finest Ford ,i. If

Htlon in an earthen vessel X built. It farther than ,,; '
| ..1.r ever goes ever ):
1 the standards of its : '
'A corner beyond accepted
near the business dlsWct Pi'
of San Saba, Texas, is forrny Fe.--- dM.In engine performance,riding com* .,

by the intersections .High and fort,roominess-it may be compared with 'e.' i.

Dry "reels. cars costing hundreds of dollar morn
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LPV IF YOU could read our Today's Ford is backed by over 2OOO,< .,

;1 000 Ford V-8's M rise nJ in America x 1

) thoughts right now, you'd done. Here are its most outstanding ; I

know that your Christmas will values-many brand new this year. ,':

with the Joy er/01NIPWOiNANCI-.moodhouapickup ,1, ,1.
we be a merry one Y-
that with and power with proved V-8 economy. t }
Oals'.a atp.eb.e.e .- and everything goes IS* lASint ml.NG-the result of two Dew 1[
......t the festive event.SINCERELY. rollsr-tvpe bssriaf,longer sceerfoluIUCIdeo ;
h'Ow r _.U"" t. Jl]
.... ,._ .. arm sod sn IdcreaMd .ceerla,ratio.SUPfKfAf \ j
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sae;. __.teed we trust CT MAKU-with exctptlonsllr large \
6wra.ee.rtes. braking surface (1'&square laches).
.. it's a day of radiant Happinessfor
everyone in this corn muni- ,helical lean for all tpted .

MW SUMOM NOM MOIM-special!? losuUud, "',i ;) '
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YOU'D BETTER. WRITEDo or :Mr. Chappell would star advantages of Florida, was' strik Florida where no deaths- 71

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished parents now-a-days think It 7 stumpln' the state with a flock ot ported. These counties
TOO LATE ing.That are C
psychologically wrong for childrento affidavits andu, photographs to the exhibit far exceeded lotte. Citrus :Flagier,
1877 write letters to Santa Claus, or prove that'me and Dave :was on very expectation of' the visitorswas fayette Nassau and oft
are modem tots Just too busy with "-,, TO CLASSIFY the same train<$tnd I'd be tagged apparent from the ,comments Physicians declare that
MEMBER.IARIAAPRESS movies and parties to giver the old an Administration\ candidate.But they made upon viewing: theva- not Indicate there were '
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ASSOCIATION fellow a thought,along: about thistime ...r.'tarr.! Florida Pram A..... gettln' back to the Florida rious displays. Outstanding: among from tuberculosis In these
of yearTWhatever Exhibit: Carl Hanton of the Ft. all the attractions was the giant ties but that persons With c 1 1loals
: tub
{ 1935 I ty the cause, something Myers Press has asked me to look Spectorama, masterpiece of Art- either died of some ,''J
raturaud ::J Cotlda' Is wrong. Looking over our back Dam this guy Earl Brown and around and see If I can locate the ist Plastow, in the Salon of Poncede cause or died without a physic

files we find that there was a timewhen his Slde-I ck George Clements Green Fruit Display. He says if Leon, the largest diorama ever care or undiagnosed |

y Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class the Telegraph must have Here I am trying to settle ,down they haven't got one the show prodused, possessing the third dimension Total of tuberculosis death

f Matter- the Post Office at Starke,'Florida, taken on the appearance of a post to at least one day of honest toil won't be complete. And Carl isn't technique which gives you the state for 1934 Was 953, 3H,
r office sub-station a couple of and along'com" a tempting invitation so far wrong at that. You knowIf the Impression that you are look- whom were white and 572
-- weeks before Christmas. Childrenback to attend the opening cere- some of them fool Yankees get Ing at actual So realistic This is a drop from Colt
E..L. Matthews____________________Editor and Owner in those 'dark days just believed monies of the Florida National Exhibits -, to lookln' 'round and don't see Is the delightful beach !scene the previous year. 1,039 d,'*

,-. -- -. .-- ..- -- -- "they wouldn't be remembered at Rockefeller Center in anything but nice pretty ripe with the glint of a tropical sun on Funds< from the sale
SUBSCRIPTION RATE at all unless they wrote a letter New York this week. fruit they'll take It for granted it'sa azure waters and the breakingsurf man Seals which of ci,
to of the Tele- It's been a long time since California show. opened In Fl..,
1 Santy in care Well it made one feel foolish in a on Thanksgiving
Yearly, $1.50; Six: Months, 75c-Payable In Advance graph. Sometimes almost an en- I did my Christmas shopping In Walter Hays of Orlando says 1they've f top coat and muffler possible discovery Day of help ?

Advertising. Rates on Application tire page would be filled with these New York and maybe a dose of got any dioramas of Flor- of tuberculosis, a early c
"' .' sometimes humorous sometimes fresh snow might do me good sot Ida Intended to emphasize our; berculln program of

serious, and sometimes pathetic Just 'phoned Mama to shake the good roads and It hasn't got ,Duval Heads List children, an testing, educational among prcJ sil
By RED KERCE missive moth-balls out of my top coat and plenty of cows In it, he hopes I'l
But what do we get today Just see can she did up a pair of wool tako the matter up with Ear In Tubercular Deaths many among other negroes and work
a handful of letters from the socks. Brown and insist on a more detailed
The forgotten man is the fallen film favorite. faithful few who adhere to the old So If any of you folks have occasion and authentic presentation. Duval County heads the, list In
n 0d tradition of an annual correspon- to drop me a line durin' Exhibit officials would probably the number of tuberculosis deaths America produces forty-t,
dence with the> North Pole. The the next few days my address will object on the grounds that it according to figures just reelasedby per cent of the world's coal.
The real estate man nowadays has to tell a lot to sell one. rest of the youngsters seem to be the same as Dave Sholtz, care would tend to commercialize the the Florida State Board of 4 ,-

n think they'll get plenty whether of the Pullman Company, as we'll exhibit, advertlaln the "Dodge"like Health. Hillsborough comes second Schubert wrote his song, "H
they ask for It or not. be on the same train. .that.A and Dade County third. These Hark! The Lark!" on the baa '
addition of not <
wealth a
needs is
What this country an But just a word of warning: Of course Dave will probably chap down In Miami writesme counties contain the three largest menu card.

division. Santa is a sensitive old fellow. stop off In Washington and pick that If any difficulties are encountered cities in the state and tuberculosis -

,..r .. ... o. ",--..c. j._ ,. '. lIe'II ,stand for'this shabby treat-' up a couple of million In special In flnancln' the exhibitall Is found more often 'in,populous The flavor-
ment Just so long and then he ta appropriations like he generallydoes we need to do is just open up a centers than In rural areas. dead
And Uncle Sam isn't the only man who has a raft of poor likely to pass right by the house, ,;while all I'll drag back with game room in one of the pavilionswith There are several counties in acum greens, a Is good due to liver presence of ta
1 relatives.It of the thoughtless boy or girl whois I me will be a cold In the head anda plenty of slot-machines and stimulant.
too busy to write him a letter. new, Idea or two for my,, next arrange forI.. Bollta throwln' at
o So get out your paper and ink, week,'. column. nine each night with results broad-

takes two to make a bargain and two to fight over ask Mama or Papa how to spell Accordin'.toall the informationI cast over the national network and DIRECT IMPORTERS MAIL ORDERS FII.LEThe
'' tricycle, and let's fill the Tele- can,gather there'll be a lot of officials our worries will be over.
,.., the profits. graph up with Santa Claus letters and dignitaries in the party But there will be no such dif-
1 0i next week. and while the drawln' rooms ficulties and when Florida steps
being --0-- don't have any keyholes I still York It will be with Linen Sho
Many can't see the dawn of a new day for constantly out In New
i TilE ARMORY might pick. up a bit of political her best foot foremost. If she has

f' in a fog. Starke Isn't greedy. It doesn't gossip in the smoker or the club to hide a freckle or two here and

I 0. want WPA projects at the expense car if I'd slip on a waiter's coat there with an extra dab of powderor HANDKERCHIEFS LACES

;, side Uncle Sam ought to take in the next European of other sections of the county and a false mustache. a bit of paint, no one can blame
I* The ind it Is willing to wait awhile If any schools start actin' like her for after all the charm and ad- and INFANT'S WEAR
IV.. war is this side. for its armory. But it does want they was gonna close before I get vantages of the state so far overshadow

l'' 0f the: armory eventually, and effortsto back, drop me a line and I'll speak the few detrimental fan
: obtain it should never be drop- to Dave about it. But he wrote tors that no one would notice themor
smile and he will soon want you to lend Hand Made Appliqued 01\0 hand Made Fillet
Lend for
a man a 'em out a check last week
f ped. While there la WPA there is believe them If we did lean over 22
b pa Bridge Set, vaL $1.49 Scarfs 86" at _______
i\;k him money also. hope. enough to take care of 'em 'till we backwards In-an:; effort to point
lkl. 0 Although It will be situated in get back. them out. :*J:
the la not for the The tag money will start comin' Men' Handkerchiefs Fine
:$ The makers are having to work overtime, in spite armory in by that'timer and we'll probably: < Hand Made 3laderla '950 Quality'Appenzell for '
peace benefit of this town only-!it is Napkins yr' dozen 6
of FloridaExhibit -- InlU.led______
afull.term spite
have any-
week. rather indeeda
.'i of the thirty-hour a county project, or
state project since it is for the thing we can do. Of course that ,Going Over Big
i.t II I
; would be an. awful tough break Hand Embroidered 15-Pc.
benefit and protection of the entire hand Blocked.Lnen 0 69
,f;: A sociologist says there'll be no blondes in 200 years. state to have a suitable buildIng on the candidates on lot who of "hystericalvotes" have beencountln' NEW YORK.jDec.-; 13 (FNS- Crash Cloths. M"xM" at 69 Bridge Set, at ------
to house the National Guard .a
t, And o'gentlemen'eftherTi' '' halls of the Florida National
{ The
but it's the chance they
unit here. Center Pure Linen, Hand Made 1\los
0 At a meeting of the Planning take when they guess wrong. Exhibits In Rockefeller Hand Stitch and Cut for '
bank- Made Pure LInen Ladles
took on the of a 2
r ,Beauty is only skin deep, which gives some folks a wonderful Council Tuesday night that organization Maybe (.I.find I mind like travelln"I and run ers' convention appearance this week,as officials 'Kerchiefs white appliqued CoI- Work Towels, at ----
might change my
\\1; lot:of top soil to scrape off. endorsed the action of the and representatives of Man- ored Prints and'
district WPA office in recommending for Governor but If I did Mr. Paty Initialed, at 1 00 Pure LInen Cocktail for
hattan's leading financial' Institutions ----------
0 projects for other parts of the rental and benefit gathered to view the exhibitIn Napkins, at ______ 6 59

i; "Some men who have the cigarette habit show it most county In-as-much as Starke now payments.government' response to personal invitations
has the court addition under
house Hand
by never having a cigarette of their own. All major regions with the exception extended by Edward Ball of the lade Baby 2 for fj 1 Flneet Quality Handmade
'i? However, we consider the
way. Southern Central Almours Security Company and Dreslles at ____ Grass Linen Bridge
of ,the a1.7
.' 0 armory as the project that will be and South (Atlantic, shared in the President G. J_ Avent of the Flor- Sets Per Set ______

: Whenever the Japanese decide to break off a piece of of county most, and lasting all Bradford benefit to should the Improvement. Experience was es- ida National Bank, Jacksonville.

favorable In the East While Mother Nature was not Hand Made for Lace Buffet V4U-
don't mind plugging the chinks. pecially Rompers Linen ,
t work together to see that it becomes 2 si 5
; a reality.ROCKEFELLER'S. North Central area, where receipts listed as a member of the enter- Fast Colors at ___ Ity or Chair Set at per set

0 -- _._- Jumped twenty-three per cent over tainment committee she neverthe-

A ,Montana man swallowed a dollar recently and took UMBRELLAWe last yoar. .. less took a hand in arranging LINEN GIFTS ARE APPRECIATED, USEFUL
credit for this things in a manner that made the
Much"p: ;CErl\1 encouraging -
of circulation.
just that much more money out keep thinking about a little in farm IncomeIs exhibit doubly 'Impressive for In AND EVERLASTING

tb o Item we saw in a dally paper several due to ecpnomic forces. But a order to reach the Florida pavilion -
weeks ago. Maybe you saw share of the credit must to the visitors found themselves com- FOR HIM HER, AND HOME
If the calendar is ever revised, we shall ask that Decem-' It too. It said that John D. Rocke- go in
to bundle themselves
ber' 1 and December 25 be placed eight weeks apart. feller, one of the richest men in the cooperative farmers themselves effort who., laid through the heavy pelled top coats and face icy blasts 229 HOGAN- ST. JACKSONVILLE-, FLJl

o world in haste at leaving his homeIn groundwork;that enabled them to with the temperature around twenty -
Lakewood N. J. for Florida
take advantage of changing times. degrees.The .
Isn't It about time for someone to view, something with where he spends his winters, forgot Farm cooperatives are strongernow contrast upon entering the

p: alarm and begin turning up a few political keynoters? his umbrella. But did Mr. ,than they were before depres- exhibit bans where rare tropical

o Rockefeller break down and buya sion-they are more aggressive plants and delightful fruit and Why Worry?
new umbrella? He did not. He psesented a
they have more members. Those vegetable displays
i iII c ',The'president has been for several weeks at Warm wired back home and asked themto members are reaping the well- breath of spring and alluring dio-

iw. i Springs Ga., warming up for his forthcoming campaign.o Ormond forward Beach his! old one. to him at earned fruits; of their efforts. ramas depicted the charms and HERE ARE YOUR XMAS GIFTS I

o Such apparent thrift on.the part) WAITING FOR YOU AT JACOBS

would be a sure enough bloody battle, if the Ethiopianshad of a man who could buy every ,
umbrella in the State of Florida -mnnn _
i as bad a time against Italy as the press reports say. and never know the difference has 1--

l a us puzzled. Or perhaps Mr. Rockefeller .

t. We learn most ,by listening, according to a writer who la only human, after all, ands
a victim of the affection that
et devoured fifteen minutes of our time reading his article. most men feel for some ancient

o obJect--an old hat, an old coat, or
even an old shaving brush. At I
You can easily spot a college graduate, he uses a lot of ate, whatever the reason we hope any ,

incorrect English: trying to tell what he learned in school. Mr. Rockefeller got the forgotten i.1 t'

't'i ..0Su umbrella, although what he needs '. far e
U for in Florida Is more than we
; lBhine' can be distributed, through a scientific method can understand. '

? In,,,bottle. We know ,several people who. should have a 'v cti. 6MLLA I

of dose. For clever misleading wording, _......--
o we'll have ,to hand it to the' Literary Every Man Wants a

Job with all of his lasting patience never tried to build Digest's straw ballot that Ringlcss Chiffon Hose fortable Bath Robe-\\el
is now being Inflicted an already Patterns
upon Have
A Many
4 a fire on a cold morning out of rotten wood using paper for vote-harassed country. TRUST Will Delight Any Woman and Colors.

h'n kindling Instead of coming right out and
o--- I asking "Will you or will you not : WOMANk 79c'' 1.98Bedroom

vote for Roosevelt In 1036," the Digest
Scientists who are declaring it a waste,of time to sleep has concocted a masterpieceof Ix I

v haven't_ taken into consideration what some people do with obtuse wording.. It asks: "Do 7 pick the Slippers 1 %-
you now approve the acts and polIcies -
their waking hours. of the Roosevelt New Deal to ,best values/* jt .J/x.1 .
o date." From the answers it receives .

i$ A silencer that will make a bolt of thunder sound like a from this question the mag- tib5

k hand clap has been perfected. Some way should be found to agine or expects defeat to of predict Franklin the election D.- ,- -

+ connect it''to General Johnson. Roosevelt.
o Naturally theer are few people %, of Florida Motor Lines
who haven't had their toes .
step- .
x uMGrepe'opie believe in hell today than did
seven t'Passengers '
ped c on by the New Deal. The
years'ago," says an evangelist. Well maybe there are more business man who was "agin" the are Women White and
Fine Shirts,
NRA the relief worker who got a
people there now, who have to.
1 o few cents less -per week than h* Women knew .dues, *...*. <__l.e So Comfortable Colors. Regular
tl ,thought he deserved, the town that .. I'IetWa' ...- u.. wt. Which lTM ,And So Attractive 1.50 Value
...... ..... .. _ .1
,Man Is the only creature who makes plans for the futuro, missed out WPA -.1. .j -
7 I on an Important _...........r. ._._, Ukml MMnt ..MIfM.Wonan .
"accordmg1''to a naturalist. And probably the only one who project, all of these might not "api 49c to 1.00 1.00
wkk* t M -
i prove the acts and policies of the o.4 bus..4tIl.-..., :t /Round! Trip
that have not materialized.
worries over troubles yet Roosevelt New Deal to date" but ,*t e. ,vat a.r M d.q. wW..Y.I..r desk..., PRICE REDUCED Russian Style Pajamas 1.'
a.adr dowawwm iHfeM !* the bMrt ol tkm. aas1 ..d Fare9
o whether they are going to.chuckIt .wety w...... ON -

A physician is trying to perfect a drug that will restore entirely and strike out bravely Woman appreciate beauty .t PIooIda.. ...... ..... .JaekaonviUe I.U ALL LADIES' and MEN'S Belt Sets, ------------9,
into unchartered seas remains to -... wales fek. ta,e-qa ... ..... _t. .. au dtl Mlatnl -.-- 10.00
feeble-minded: people to normal. We suppose by the time he be aM asst ......... -........... wm..evewa wtadvm W. P. Beaolt,10.00, 2
be seen. .h. wea rlyat .... .u ...... a .--.. a..... SHOES Men's Llnen.'Kerehlefs
he'll but editorswill Petel'llb'l' &M
has it perfected crazy. Everyone theDigest
W.... d mmt comfort teuma wed .........
a take the poll for what It ia ...-.H.... ....... N......... ..... u.. ..* .... .L. .saw-.r Tampa _. ....10.'
worth-and it lan't worth very Ldhd.Y ......e kiln. ..... ..... .... ...d.ww. .ol Or'--"o -- -,...
An exchange says that a hick town, la a place ,where an much In our estimation sad..... .war-,...... ......tei 5.i M ......... O..vUJe __ .1M 0Mtfl. $25TO

+t automobile fender retains its original shape, for at least a D 'e- Ocala. -- 1M"M

j month. Even in a hick town, however, cows sometimes get, FARM INCOME UPFarmers' UNION BUS' STATION BE GIVEN AWAY XMAS EVE

f careless and bump into.one. product sales'of brought principal In agricultural ,a & E. H. SMITH Agent Ask Us About The RulesJACOBS'

W-, -0ry'I total return of $4,313J17M000 during Opposite -Court Hare Phone 120-W,
People do sometimes forgive and forget. Several years the first nine months of. this

ago Jimmy: Walker left New York to save his hide, and a year. Totals for the same periodsIn : ,
1834 and 1933 were $3,892.033.- LORI DA MOTORIINES ,
week,or so' ago he returned amid the- biggest welcome ever 000 and 13,238,883.000. respective
given. ,anyone, except Lindbergh.- ; ly. These total do not include

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