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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 27, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02521
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VOLUME,. FIFTY-SEVEN--- : -- __ .!ARKE._FI.oIU_ M ,FUIOAY-- 'JPECKIUBKU I'. IPM ,. r NUMBER_ EIGHT_ .
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AGE PENSIONSPUZZLE Some Say "Better," Some Say "Worse," COLD 'WEATHER\ To Be Honored By Bradford County : BRADFORD'i

But It Was A Pretty Good Christmas N \ ,


I Aa Starke, merchants 'opened- .tuck til 5:30: throughout thee HOLDS BACK Y TO HAVE.

.elr cold stores,Thursday morn days proceeding the 25th: In- I ,
I ;g and began setting straight .ated that the post office too
I- j lves and counters disordered by could show an increase In Yuletide
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STATE ,LEADERS j he. Christmas rush replies aa to i ....usln8lls.I tiRIES -- .JACKSOND1NNER i

I tow business was ranged every- The police force had its usual
/here from "much better than last t'eud: with flrccn::jr enthusiasts -, S

Florida Can Benefit, -ear" through "about the same" I' but outside of that things were Many Groicers: Think Young Democrats 't
pretty quiet. There were no arrests
.o "wor e",
C'f'I
Welfare Head 1 I The only conclusion to be drawn I for drunkenness or disorderllnesa. Retarding Is hpv, n Sponsor Political '{! !,

Says a that the economical status of I There were the usual run of Good (Thing Event .
Jilngs depends somewhat upon stories about misunderstandingsbetween "
-- business are In children and Santa Claus >((4
jvhat line, of \ you
COUNTIES ADVISED TO and what kind of a day you had the best of the lot being the one HI I P M E N Jr S CEASES WILL BE OPENING GUN .

WATCH DEVELOPMENTS Christmas. It seemed pretty generally about the small boy who had set \ MERCURY. ltOlS arc TN ROOSEVELT CAMPAIGN ,

agreed, however, that business his heart on a bicycle. His moth. ---. ';,(
'Townaenditea, than Bradford County will Join in the> "'
Whlla more
told him that
er
showed a alight Improvement things being what Small strawberry ship ments ,
500 .atrong In Bradford 1i1"other County (lover last season and most bualineaa they were, it would be impossible ceased here thla-,Voek: a* the result wttlon-wid celebration of Andrew ;y.;. '
and equally numerous Tackson Day Dinners on January ;
men were optimistic over for'Santa Claua to grant his request of a persistent 'l
places were advocating their own this Christmas. cold wave that 1. which will mark the opening of,, ; '
prospects for the new year. brought ,
state and welfare temperatures near freeslag President Roosevelt's campaign'lor ;
particular plan, Postal receipts were not avail "Well Mama there's not a of the '
every day past week. 1
board, official were this week try re-election. /I.
able yesterday."tout line of damn bit 'of use living, is there"
Growers
tag t -work'out some program al- stamp-buyers and package-mailers the youngster sighed.P disheartened, howeyar, refused to be FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT ANDREW .JACKSON' The dinner here will be sponsor.,.,' f''
Rowing'".Florida to participate in by the unfavorable I ed by the Young Democratic Club :' h !
stood the window from S.
who at He got the bicycle. weather
the FeaaYal old age pension program would be and a good may thing agreed' for that the It I raf ': and:.',-present leaders of 'Democracy! .to be honoredat of Bradford County' and the firat'l'\;!} ':
"' that, has already been ap- plans were laid at a meeting heldr\ {
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here If it wbr 3.000'dinners in State in the Union Jackson .
crop held back for every on '
'STUDENT 'NIGHT' Monday night in the court houae.1. :, '\'
cs. ''a1 van Hyrlng', welfare GRrfFIS; { 'ASKSEarly another two weeks'' If"\.ttk. cold 'Day January 8. 'The Bradford,Dinner will be held The job of staging dlnatt-i, .;

commlaaloner. said that Florida' AT CHURCH spell continue unbroken the plant at Starke. throughout the nation wa banded'' h't

chance at benefiting from the the wilt keep their vitality and will be ----- -- to the young Democrat by James .
whether YOUNG PEOPLE TO ready for full production.late .lathe oW 6tional '
program depend largely on A. Farley chairman of the !
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counties reach CONDUCT SUNDAY season when other sections of PRISONERS and the ,. ''.11
the alxty-oeven HUGE SUM committee move- <;
an agreement to furnish up to flf TAG PURCHASE SERVICE their the state have already A marketed I EAT TURKEY mont has the support of air state-' ,?"'( '
crop. ,
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ty per cent of the assistance. Student night at Christmastime U committees. <' I
Congreaa I* expected to make will be observed at the First Despite the cold, TaWM' !.City had, FARM INMATES. ALSO ;RealizedFROMCRQPS President Roosevelt will address :
out the Social -- the biggest day of It>> season so ENJOY the dinner her other r
appropriation to carry Baptist Church Sunday night CHRISTMAS a* well a* :1"'lf
Security Act when It meets REMINDS CAR OWNERS December 29, at 7:30: o'clock. Col- far last Friday when,J1.304 pints 'TREES all over the country at 10 o'clock ':"

next month.. THAT REVENUE GOES lege students at home for the bolo were shipped. PrUls. rangettfrom26c by'radio. There will be local i1" '
The State cannot participate. In TO SCHOOLSTax to 32c. It was estimated that (By RED KERCE) speeches and other-entertainment, J'
iday season presented a similar i i'fl1
from' fifty to ninety cent of While ate und 1
untU the Constitution per you your turkey for which have not been
the yet
program program last year which met with -- plans \\11; ;
i. .changed. Thla will be voted Collector C. A. Knight this favor. exposed bloom was damaged' -thereIn enjoyed your brilliantly ;lighted completed., .. :'II; ,,
week called the sale of new auto last Saturday's !I.d.. Christmas tree hundreds of Inmates TOMATOES LEAD EVE I
but meanwhile :
1936. president
November of
upon in This special feature will take NUE PRODUCERS IN H. O. Wall, the I
the counties, by matching In mobile tags here "very slow" and the place of the regular preaching n. of the State Prison Farm FLORIDAThe Bradford club Monday night appointed f.;) '
Issued, an appeal for car were eating turkey also and listening
acme Instances the dollar offeredby urgent service. ? DOWN EAST -- the following committee I
the Federal.Government, may owners to begin coming In before Student night Is being observed HERE SUNDAY to Christmas tree programs Florida Stat Marketing" to; guide the dinner to the big 8UCI"i'?! :' i"
the deadline January 13. It will behind guarded gates Just nine ;
take part Immediately provided- by Baptist Churches In the entire Bureau places the cash value. of cess that It is expected to be: Etr., a'.
all the countiea participate. be impossible to accomodate purchasers Southland on this date. The purpose DRAMATIC FILM REAP- mile northwest of Stark the truck crops grown In this H. B. McLendon In charge of [ r.'...
It waits until the t' In, the '
large prison auditorium
The Social Security Act aa en- everyone of the service is to stata in the 1934-33 rangementa; Charley m" "
acquaint: PEARS IN.fAUUNOVERSION. season at \
last minute Mr. said decorated for the ar'l"l'l"l
Knight gully occasion, '
for the
provldea
acted by Congreaa the home churches with the religious $33,930,120. chairman: N. D. Walnwrlgbt. ;
following in Florida i Supt. A. J. Orlffla Issued the following activities on the college cam- negro inmates Tuesday night con- On -basi. J. B., Alexander ai..!,.Mr Wall. 1;' 'rh A
a
statement to teachers, ducted a Yuletide ,i with per capita this valuation '
program
The Social Security Board will pa- "Way Down East" opens. at the have'charge of the same pf ticket; k :. it
pua. <
rents and all friends of education tree and gift,.while white prison- would<< b* $28 each
make grant to assist in providing College students having partin Rita Sunday fora two day run. E.'L. :MatthewpubJIclty.. Th-\\i'\ ,
pension to men and women over : the services are: &:.- Mar This dramatic film la a reproduction era had their celebration .Wednesday Tomatoea led all of the truck committee win meet, at 9 o'clock..; ':;t<' ,.. ,

sixty-five years of age who are In "As the money received from guerite Prevatt, Evelyn Stump and of silent days,. The feature night.. Each inmate receivedan crop with return. of more than this afternoon at Mr Wail' offioey1;, '

need, by matching'the expend! the Ale of automobile']tags goes Marjorie Stump from Florida with Its old fashioned setting .ia apple; an' orange.candy, and a six and three-quarter millions, or I l i'tt'I" want to make.this perfectly ;1- ,
turea of the State dollar by dollar. directly: Into the aohcAl fund of the State-College for Women. rated aa one of thY years outstanding handkerchief.The' more than a million dollar ..Jt-.d I Jar, from Ute outset"_ Mr., Wallis a;

The Federal grant however 'will state I wish to urge every car Leslie Biggs from Stetson University films. The leading role 1* Christmas menu consistedof of the next two .adlne'mOD.y said .Monday night ."Bealdea honoring -,"J' 'I '

not expeed.$16pe r, person per owner to purchase -tag as early and Robert Chapman from played by beautiful Rochelle Hud turkey potatoes.'String _beans, producers-celery, worth $6,484- two great leader of Democracy -:s\ f"\1\
month. Wit* this assistance: the aa possible and In this way do apart the University' ,Florida son and co-starring Henry Fonda: cranberries pudding and coffee, 48?, and beans and lima,'at$5- .' the fundamental purptp.ot; ?

State and:countleawill then.' be in assisting the Chief Execu- Several local high school students Tuesday and Wednesday'' show all of which 'with the exception of 842.6" this dinner Is 'to raise. .. real war '<\1 I

.abla.to I ...-nt..s aa atM..muchM ive and other In their effort to will participate in the serv lag at the Rltx, .la the new musical the ranberrl, wa produced Cabbage brought back a revenue chest for the Democratic National ;:

KOI per month to newlyaged urnlsh".to the... oy.IoAct.lrls ofFlorida ice.- -.. wit "- -,, production "Rtfwwtil,.U *,RanoIt ,"- the.flU'lp. In' excess of two million toppedby Committee.'A portion of the DI.OD8y1"' '"
residents,.with half of It to be paid a full term of'school with An invitation Is extended to all Seen for the" first tilDe on the About 1, OO prisoner attended both potatoes and strawberries; paid for each'ticket to' the dinner'* ; .'

from Federal fuadaJ'fThpeaa'tonr; teachers and- bus drivers paid. on, college and high school studentsto screen 1* Gladys Swartout star of services conducted by the chaplain which ran almost to three million; wnt'b4'fGrwar'dedcImmedtm ,top t ,

may be more JAM than $30 per time. attend Metropolitan Opera, playing; opposite L. O. Sheffield Christmas while pepper ran something more Chairman.Farley la"Wa8b1Dl'tob:51t ; !
month,' according'to the needs of "Thanking you for your cooperation ..- her Is the romantic tenor! of morning. In the afternoon there than a million and a quarter. Kngllsh .. toceth.l','with.a memorial signed-r*i' l

the'individual cases.. Should the and support in this matter the screen John Boles. were athletic match, boxing and pea raa to a little more than by ,every .*diner,, ''for; President |j it,
State grant pension of more than and wishing for you and yours a JOHN MORGAN "Personal Maid's Secret" the wrestling In the gymnasium. one-half million watermelon and I Roosevelt This "/la>'a real. oppor...|t'' \ ,'.

$30 a month the Federal contribution Happy and Prosperous New Year BURIEDKNOWN new- 'Werner Brothers comedy Nine condemned 'men, 'threewhite cucumbers to mere than three tunity to do'aomethlng' construe-ii: ,

will not be more than $13 per I am," drama will be featured at- the and six negroes, ate In the quarter millions with lettuce drop live for the party and should pot'f j \

person per month.. Respectfully, TO'MANY Rita on Thursday and Friday of death row what would perhaps be ping'to 172,702. be missed. W..re expecting i ,'

Federal assistance will be forthcoming 'A. J.-GRIFFIS BY "WHISPERING" next week with Margaret Lindsay their last Christmas dinner. I Th*' marketing 'bureau found Bradford County Democrat to '? u

when pensions are given to Supt. of Schools ,VOICE Warren Hull Anita Louise, and "Th day 'affects the prison a* that during the period when Flor how their loyalty.- ;.; I':-:,
men and women who have met the Ruth Donnelley in the stellar roles it. doe the outside world," Super. ida waa marketing her 7247 carloads Detailed arrangements for<;the' ':

old age 'pension residence requirements 'WALDEN PUSHES John A.: Morgan, farmer and The picture la based on a story Inlntendent L. Chapman said. of celery it went Into com dinner here wUl 'be, announced. 1 ,y''
of the State, providing, former turpentine operator died by Lillian Day,' which appeared In "The inmate long to forget. their petition-with 4717 carload grown later. i l I''( ', ,

however that such requirementsdo FIGHTTHINKS Sunday at his home east of town I I the Saturday Evening Post. It- I.a suffering\ for even a brief period." elsewhere; and the 7147 carloads .. ': :'

not demand residence of more: at the age of seventy-one yeara.He rare and novel tale' of a strugg11ng It was a happier day still for of tomatoes were In competition U
than five years out of the last nine FUTCH HAS was known locally'as "Whis New York family ambitiousto the 108 men who were releasedfront : with 10,817 carloads grown In TEN SLOT

year Immediately preceding the NO RIGHT TO pering John" because of his habit get ahead but lucking the the farm Tuesday In order to I Mexico Texas and California. Alike MACHINES .'
,
application. The State may also JOB of talking in a 'loud tone of proper contacts, be home for Christmas'They went competition was met by'' the

require one year of continuous residence Walden ofSarasota voice_ :p a under conditional paroles conditional other Florida-grown vegetable. LICENSED BT COLLECTOR .,$:,
immediately preceding the Attorney J.. Irvin He was born in. North Carolina Congregation InvitedSince pardons and outright par- ,,, 8INCHL LAST' j ,
has appealed to the supreme '- :""" : ,: .. ;
application.- ''Applicant must be but bad uvod here for many years. dons Forty-eight whites and sixty WEEK :u J uV,'
court in his contention that there will be no servicesat SEWING MACHINES .
at least sixty-five years of age His wife, .Mrs.;:Elizabeth,Morgan negroes were released. They L Ih ;
State Senator T. G. Futch ia violating survives. the Methodist Church Sunday had been sentence Ten additional slot. machine II.. \;
serving
although until 1937 the State may I ranging COUNTYNEW ,;
the state constitution In serv- morning becauseof;; the ,.....nc. FOR ;
week at ,- ,
require that they be seventy yeara Funeral service were held from from one year to life. ceases were Issued this :.
of age and Federal aaaUtance still lug aa attorney for the State Rae.lug the home Monday with Masonic from town of the pastor the Rev. EQUIPMENT TO the office of Tax Collector,'O A* .): ;;

will be given the State. Commission, and the court is rites. Dr. George H. Lowry pator B. M. Montgomery the Baptist BJO USED BY Knight They were for ,the following -, 'I","
asked to decide whether the senator Church through Its pastor the All Paid .Up t.f'
officiated ,
Grants wilt be made to the State of the Presbyterian Church WOMENBradford operators: ,
I holds an "office" or a "Job." and arrangements were Rev. C. B. Price* ha extended an Floy A. Slmontoni: Starkej 0. B.?' :
amounting to one-third of the costof : C. H. Clark one of the Tele.I'raph' '''
allowances for the .'care of dependent -.I His appeal was from a decision In charge of the DeWitt 'C. Jones Invitation to the congregation to oldest subscribers, came County: laborer on Colton Brooker;; II. E. ;i..t.d',', 1'"
.children. A dependent of Circuit Judge E. C. Love of Company. Interment was In the meet with them Wfe at 11 o'clock.MM.W into the office Thursday to pay up three project, county road, AlligatorCreek Stark: Mr*. C.'J. Brown Starker]ft tMrs. ,
Quincy who held that since Futcb W M-M4 *- and the line, .'K. E. Andrew, two machln: .) ') \
Beulah sewage
-etauku; -.*-* t_ tinder sixteen Cemetery. Ranks Third his paper for another year H* said .
yeara who hall been deprived of parental ,exercises no authority over. the -- that he had paid his taxes, has already received pay check totaling. $2,- 8tark|,>IXU., Groover., two '**.-.: i .'j'W.

I support .or car by'' the .racing commission, his position as Gray Announces .. Florida. State College for Women bought his' automobile tag 572.10."Wednesday morning order chine. ;'atarkr D,' ; ( \'
.attorney doe not constitute an of- rank thlrj in enrolment nrg of i to- have tJM 1.for: Christina. Starker and Albert 'Hartmann o;
? and. olds subscription
was taking car
death mental :
physical or. Illness ''flee. R., A. Gray. Secretary of State lath United \ .. ,,
nile :
or _ttaue4' absent from'' Un women' evcrat days, before It Laborer oa the airport indexing Stark. ; : } '1,
Dome of en*or bottt parents. HOT Jit his' brief. Walden .diiI., not 'this week made his formal and announcement States according: ; to college. enrollment wan-due:; 'toethetr word. Mr. ; county record and the court house State ComptrolisrJ.lt.: L.s1a. I ,. j4
take iasu. directly with. JudgeLor to succeed himself statistics received their'" checks ... that 7 :
Ma may naive for the car of Its dark .....alI right with the world"and addition : sued a'w&nIlD.lut. .1- .,
to his holding that there win be made a candidates-: the earlier In the week. licensed machines would be eanfta-4/; '":' ,
if could the ,
more people
dependent children aa much a* $6 for second The Continental Can Company say c
la a distinction between a Job and coming primaries .a Tea -new Singer sewing machines cated by inspector being placed Oft j ,"
monthly for the first or only child of 1934 the best in Its same thing It would.* }"all right. ;\ ,'li.
term for the office of Secretary reports aa year
H. did claim, however I iAri'eali '
office. recaivM at the WPA J'
aa with the country." II were the' road. .; :
and
$4 for each additional child in -
State history.. "
a the same horn This would require that the quincy Judge had placed. ----- '-'.!. ___._u_____::: office,Wednesday fur use in count : \, '. ,;.; '"
Futch la the wrong category.In sewing rooms.,, ,' :,
to secure the muxlmam Fed- In Flogging ;p ;
Love
,. ease. Judge '
a "
.mIlar.t ; of Hawthorn
O. B MUOTIetoa
,
nU State grant; that the county or held that Rep.. I. N, Kennedy wa new"'time, keeper, 'who has been I t Six aupsadd .Tampa. policemen' : \:

contribute' $12 of its own not entitled to serve a* executive with the local office'for two week, and two Orlandd men. cbargadL.hag, .I': /
hinds for the first': or only child secretary, of the state came and wf1tgrUpj: indictments returned by th Ooua*.;"t 1 "' ,
cend UUt said' Wednesday that 1M womenare
si) $8 monthly for'each.' addition., fresh water flab, comml aloD. He now '...plCt7ed..n the various ty Grand Jury with the second d*. a, }i;
child.
This would gtv allowances ruled that wa aa office, and constituted sewing;' room: They work thirty pee flocp..lDVder.06; .-Jessph.p,% !4. ,
"* amounting to $14 monthly oaf i I"
.:
a violation of the constitution. Shoemaker, mardrous au ,
i: for the first child and $12 month- Kennedy expected to file Wishes < ..f'. --.. .. two hour for each a week and of are paid ; Bam Roger and A F*.Foalot, UK| {, I: r!
.00 sixtyfourhours'
"
period
'f y, ly for'each additional child one- an appeal in the aupreme court J*, !jt the kldnappma*, of ,,tk*. three ,f i

1.,' thin of this'to be' paid from Fed- Quo warranto action against Its Readers Large and Small ; I i ? .'-- -- spent Chriatma" at horn with f, : ,..,
ral .
funds.' Tb* State and counties nineteen other legislators who hold their famllle .The oHcera, who I, ."t

,' may gr. *an*Her.allowances. additional'*tat* positions 1* pend- .. ;0" :.<.. '., .,....-.i,\;,G ,More Gaa Used were arrested last Wednesday and \ ,.,;' i"t"
:
dun these 'but ft,they do,' the In Judge Levee court. 'A. ...-,." ... '. \i .-. Gasoline.consumption 'In'Brad- freed under $ aoo> mad .Monday/; ,,I
Federal allowance wffl be $1 for I jig ,-:0.....::.::....: _.' J"""' t: :< .. .I:': ; 'ord County rose slightly from 64.- night on'warranta::charging tIMID'/,," i 1 1l.'1
,Iach $2 given by the State or tile I 158! gallons September to VIf with kidaaplng and.murder. mad ; .ttJf"
Grows Fine Oranges :. .; 1
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ancea may bas, larger than : .$ ,\ .. 328 gallon in November according bond: of $7900. test night following's .\i."
amed. but If ..... the'FeXItr Mrs Rosa Conatantine, who recently "It. to figure just released by thestate the return of Indictment by. the; .:': ,
will Year.Let's; '
; contribution not be.larger bought the Tom Wallace. ..4; Happy New. : :x.jh" ,'. Department of Agriculture. .Grand Jury thl- week. The two;) ':,; \i
than $ft for the lest child snit $4 place near Thereasa brought some The us of kerosene rose from &.- Orlando men were freed this ..... .'.."t'

:tor each additional child.' fine Satauma orange into the y 191 gallon in September to 6,375: Ing- after posting bond. The person -,5 .. ',q

," These in a large measure will Telegraph office last Saturday. gallons last month. indicted were Serpent C. A.'j:;; t:, ,
f, '* mother pension type of cases. These were some of the largest oranges Brown, Patrolmen Baa E.: cro.IJy.J' : \: .

':ft .Th. Federal: Government nowtwites of this.variety ever grown : :. I .Mrs. Die F.. W. Swltzer.; John ,P.,Bridge'; W
String '
t to assist Florida In caring around here. Mr*.. Constantine la 4 Let's Work Together During J 936 .Special Policeman C.-W.'C; ,

*tor these newly persona, th com* very pleased with her new farm. I Mr*. B. Strong former residentof and Robert Chapp!!, ArH* i --.

:r 1llaei0llet said .Although mothers' She formerly owned the Neal place Starke died Monday at hr Orlando grove caretak* sad s6ti

,, KMlona and poor reMef at presents 'near There***., :', ..fi-T 'Advanc eTheJntereats of .,w home In OU City?? Pa a* the result ward Sptvey,-, Orlando 1repairman. .. te, .. l
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< tau > f of stroke of s 8b ., ,; '.1*'. t\\'. ,
"r considerable *xpa** on the ; : /' .:. a paralysis .. ,.
*n of the coanUea/thl* aaaiatif In. 1TM the state of Georgia. **!fd 4. will be burled to Jamestown W- 1" ._ seb'; 4gre.t.r
1IIee 1Iu bees ...'. old M. 73 M acre of land' to the Bradford County. .... Many year "'ago"Mr*.". Strange Yearly ivy 'to i .

Federal pm atebInIg" fund Tan*****' company for $500. To- husband ..*-'a partner a* a firm .la th..oatb'tlat two ra*... I
*. all .of the ," known -.. tb Twtby-St ro- drop ,ta .tb*, (*. *qul thr**>?. '
to be ........' ...,uso &Doc&- day this land include! her ) .: ;:: = ,J: ., ", ,
:tIaaa must corm ,Muscle Shoal district and I.I worth asp'?. .y. .1'r: -. berg Co 11 \ ', ID" 'I"'r.. ', .....r't"' .' so .f-...l'I.J' .\ '

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BaADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPh!: STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY DICEMBE!: n.

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c --------. --- same to the highest and best bidder MSTKH'S SALE undersigned Who" -
NOTICE Is hereby given that under was '
said pointed
bidders for cash to satisfy a. 8peclal rHtarke.
HAMPTON or virtue of Final Decreeof lII..t "0.
; execution. and by a o..r" to n
eSecute

f "Miss A.. N'..... C'orrs... 1e.t r ODD --- BUT TRUE nf{liven Stark.tinder. Bradford my hand County.In the Florida City. Foreclosure the Honorable' mad H.and I* renderedby Sehrlng, 19311.Monday during, the the 8th leg"l'the ....m: ..January"'III Cblla.

of December A. D. Judge. of the Circuit Court of the I hotore the ho ur. nf
: S. W. Horn and; family are vis = this 1135. JOth day Bth Judicial Circuit of Florida, In Florid"se Hon... dont 80.1,

'? lUng friends and relatives tn W. J. EPPERSON and for Bradford Countyr In Chancery and beat blddor for\ to Ih e hfrb1t bi
dated December 13rd 1836 In c
Sheriff Bradford County, lowing described : tbe tot.
Georgia this week.p Florida, that certain cause therein lately Inft and being lands
,
In llradtorduact. I)'.

Mr. and Mrs. Ira Brown of A 5Kysorar-Silently4 / 12-27-St-l-24._ Bank pending of between Columbia The, Plaintiff Federal, and and 10. Florida to.wltt: ,.

: Gilnesvlllo are the guests of MrsBrown's Building | ? STATEMEnT 0" THE OWIMKR.HIIIP. R. Bhlpman. et al., Defendants, theundersignd the NW'4 nf NW'4, less on
x-I .er.
MAMAOKMBWT, ClRCIIbA.' ., who was therein appointed SW corner de.dod ''n
Mra. W. P. Blrt. In .
mother S..C.
: 1'10". ..JT(.... HK<( Mr. Travlce of Ocala, is employed I ACT OV CONGRESS OF AUODS'I to execute the same will on Range II East containing .

' as ticket agent here for the 24, 1O1S Monday the 3rd day of February acres mora 01' at
I of Bradford County Telegraph pub. 11)36. during the legal hours of sale, with the appurtenances
I Union Depot. I ( llHhed weekly at Starke Fla.. for before the Court Home door In to b. made pursuant. to '.aldatg 5ftle

and Miss Pearl October 1, 1915.: Starke, Florida sell to the highestand to satisfy the same 110.,1 coote.er...
Alvin Bates Hi ate of Florida )s s. bent bidder, for cash, the following E. K. PERRYMAN'
Dees, of Starke were guests of & County of Bradford described lands, situate, ly- S12.e6t14eoial Master In
A In and for the and being. In Bradford County Clancer.
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Jones this week. Bnfor me a notary log ,.
State and county aforesaid personally Florida to-wltt -

Coasty Rlgdon Is spending the appeared 1<:. I. Mattkews, who. NE'4 of SK'4 of SI3V4 Section 1I..ITFJh.It SU M -

: holidays with his cousin Professo having been duly sworn accordingto 22, Tp. 6 South, R. 22 fciast (Lot NOTICJIJ Ie hereby given th"t

4 Finley of Lake City. -Mfati S the law owner, p'of eh..n' ::jlo"b"n: I" \\V'44110r'ttrh:: % al'n: :; also 6 NVi acres of tIer of Foreclosure and by virtue. made of a and Final Decree..

: There will be preaching at the Telegraph and that the following Is. of 8Mi of SWVi of SW%. Sea. 23, by the Honorable I H. L. rendnr. <"
to the best of his knowledge and belief 21 Lots No. Judge Snaring,
Tp. 6 South
Court !
; Methodist Church next Sunday n.r' tEf"o o\ 5udVcV1c3Urctul ot ti'he
a true statement of the ownership 86, No. 56 ... 67 Eighth or '
: morning and evening. management etc...of the aforesaid and No. 68, Smiths Map), containing In and for Bradford County lorl<>I',,,

of Calhoun. Loulsl publication for the data shownIn In all 86 acres more or less ii1160/3'!! dated November n
W. M. Blrt
V-sQuK BIT-A-TAT OF 7MC rnvM th* above caption l required by with the appurtenances. Said sale certain' JSS'\ j
ana, Is visiting friends and relaUvcs the Art of Au mint 14, 1913. embodiedIn I to be made pursuant to said Decreeto pnV between RV ,

.. here. BUILDING A JWfffJtAfifit HILL NOT ft section 411 Postal Laws and satisfy the same and costs. COlumbl&' V'H'S-' ?. "'
1. Regulations, printed on the reverseof J. (Jay and Wife. .
HEARD IH 7WP FV7Zh'E- ALL 6tMU #. E. K. FERRYMAN.
UTS ff ci
tMrs.. II. D. Rowell has as herguest OT WMXT this form to-wit: Defendants, the undersigned
tARTHJMV5TERY As Special Master In Chancery.1227St.1.24. wh'
ft CLEffMKAUy) HELKD -ju wa therein
this week her son, J. L. GU55.EJEDNALType. 1. That the names and addresses appointed as Speciti'
RPE OR WHAT Utit VO MAY 3Crfe MY Bf of the publisher .editor managing Master In Chancery to execute Ih
Hodge of Forest Hill Louisiana.LAWTEY a ( same will" %
M161$ ZN WfEM! SCILNTISTi editor, and business managers are: NOTICE' OF" APPI.IOVTIONVOIt on Monday the 8th ,
8
U5JN6 A 6JC5AH of
..--- SOLVED BY Publisher. K. L. Matthews Starke, TAX DEBt) January 1938. ( the i.1!

ILi .Jozr' "'Q y MACHINE 4N5 =. Fla (mate Illll IVo. 103) hours House of door.sale'In before the COllrl,
( ._ St"!
'::to:: _. Editor K. I* Matthews, Stark*, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to .the highest and ?best*, Flnril hhll..r.., ...n

O. i. P IIII.... Correspondent I Fla That C. H. Kelly holder of Tax Certificate each the following de"c'lhod lnnd tor,.
2. That the owner la: (If ownedby No. 1111. Issued the Tth day of Nituste, lying' and being; In
Despite the recent cold weather INDIA fart./ a corporation Its name and address July A. D. 1030 has filed same In County, Florida. to.wit: : Brodtol'd

a tow strawberries are beginning / p must be stated and also Immediately my office and has mad applicationfor South half of South half .
the and ?
r thereunder names
a tax deed to be Issued thereon. Southeast quarter
to be seen on the streets here each addresses of stockholders owning orholding Said certificate embraces the following quarter i one per cent or more of total described property In the section 2Sj; Northeast barter ur
day.Mr. nmount of stock. If not owned County of Bradford, State of Florida Northeast quarter of quarter nr
and Mrs. Joe Peele were K..Unn -
by a corporation, the names and addietiaes to-wlt and Northwest SeJ: '
quarter of
shopping recently in Jacksonville uf the Individual ownersmust tlon 84. lns south half
be given. If owned by a firm South-East Quarter of NorthEast of South- r
Mrs. Paul Smith of Mlddleburg company or other unlnrorporatedconcern. i Quarter Except 6 acres In half of Southwest quarter of ,
Ip / North-West Corner & North Northwest ouarter of
has been a visitor with her pa. 7a.wN Ms name of and each address Individualmember as Half of South-Hast Quarter 34. all in Township 8 S..rlloa south '
those
rents Mr: and Mrs. Geo. L.> Futch. PIcC *4c well as Section 23, Township 7 Range 20 East containing niiacres
*.,... sa.. must be given.) Rang: 20 East; : .: lnrultrilRcru" : more or lens. '
Mrs. Grace Shelton of Creen- 13 I... Matthews, Starke, Fla more or less with the appurtenances, rn\\\ nu

'vllle Tenn., is spending the holl 8. That the known bondholders. The assessment of the said. property to be mad pursuant to said Deere

with her parents. Rev. and \ mortgagees, and other Hl.t;': holders under the said. certificate Issued to satisfy the name end costs.
days owning or holding cent or was In the name of Mrs. S. B. B. K. PERRY&IAN.

Mrs. C. K. Cutshaw.Mrs. ctGWtMJ'P more of total amount of bondsmortgages Thlgpen.Unless. ii.n.1 M""ter''I.. Chancw.

W. B. Royal. of Ocala. recently saoet WILL CHUMS Bank. of,Stark.or other, Starke securities Fin. arE said certificate shall be redeemed -
Roll DID NOT UBM M according to law. the property
visited her sister Mrs. W. rue nun NEIL n IXJANML
4. That the two paragraphs next described therein will be sold **"TICIt'8 11..1.11]
F. Moore. ZIllll6llllltL D<< WIL" MItD INJIWf .. 1N WIILItZ, wmiMTDIDtU above giving the names of the owners to the highest bidder at the courthouse NOTICE) In hereby given that un.
stockholders, and security holders door on the first Monday In I der and by virtue of a Final D..r.
; Mrs. G. W. Roberts. Mrs. Lee IIf'N S. 4r /MN ,. tJI' 711I Re.T
If any, contain not only the list the month of February 1836 whichIs I of Foreclosure made and rondure..
Cotton and Mrs. E M. Bennett of stockholders and security holdera the 3rd day of February, 1936.: I by the Honorable H. U SehrinJudge /,

I in Jacksonville last M Mt) MVB ** an they appear upon the booksof Dated this 10th day of December, I of the Circuit Court nf
were shopping
.; 'IT, Pg 44'a. A .,....- the company but also, In cases 1935. I 8lh Judicial Circuit of Florida "I i .

week. .- n __-___ -_ _._ __ _n ___-------- where the stockholder or security A. J. THOMAS I and for Bradford County chu"eery I
Mrs. Doris McMillan of Gainesville -- holder appears. upon the books. of Clerk of Circuit Courtof I dated December 3, 9a"I} In :I hit:i
the company as trustee or In anyother Bradford County Florida. I certain cause therein lately pond.
p.;, was visiting relatives here BROOKER Maxvllle visited relatives here last RULES FOR MARRIED BUSS fiduciary. : relation, the namesof 12-13-61-1-10 tog between Sidney Park. a'i. Phi,.

ou& day last week. the person or corporation for I tiff and W. B. Parks H A. Dow
Milts Vern OaJney CorrespondentMrs. week. A Chicago pastor offers the fol. whom such trustee. Is acting, la glv. MASTRH'N SALE J. J. Truby. ('!. I, Stockwell. an. C.I.:
; Miss Bessie Terry who Is employed Edward Marr of Jacksonville lowing simple maxima to get the en : also that the said two paragraphs NOTICI Is hereby given that un- servator of the Bank of stnrki. i
in Jacksonville spent the contain statement emhrac- dur and by virtue of a Final Deere (Corporation Bill Hines and Mrs Bill
week-end at her home here.' L. O. -Hazen and Mrs. B. J. was a recent visitor of his brother maximum happiness out of mar i InK affiant's full knowledge and belief of Foreclosure; made and renderedby nines, Defendant, the tmd"rBlgn"4
J. T.. Marr. riage. to husband and as to the clrcumstanreH and condition tho Honorable A. Z. Adklns, who was therein appointed an Sfi.
Applying (
Mrs. Effle Miner was shopping Hazen entertained< Tuesday after under which stockholders Judge of the Circuit Court of the rial Master In Chancery to cxecuit

in Jacksonville noon December IT In the home of Miss Jewel Carter was the guest wife aIike,,they are: 1. Keep theinlaws" and security holders who do not appear 8th Judicial Circuit of Florida In the tame will on Monday the ttb
;. recently. last week of Miss Ruth Griffis at at a distance. 2. Avoid upon the books of the company and fur Bradford County In Chancery I day of January A. T>. linn diirlni
Mrs. E. M. Hazeu with a Miscellaneous stock and securities the legal hours of tale
F. R. Carradlne and A. H. Harley aN trustees hold dated December 2nd. 1935 In before the
Jr. were visitors to Ocala last shower la honor of Mrs Maxvllle. Jealousy. 3.' DiscIpline your relationship Inn capacity other than that of.. that certain cause therein. lately South door of the CourthnuM li
The Rev. and Mrs. M. T. Knight along sane lines. 4. a bona title owner and this affiant' pending between The Federal. Land Starke, Florida, sell. to the hlghnl
.j Vasco V. Hazen a recent bride. ;
week. has no reason to believe that any' thank of Columbia Plaintiff and J. and best bidder for a ash the fol.

-- The rooms were beautifully dec. Maxvllle were visitors here recent. Consolidate your home by having other person association or corporation L. Underbill and wife Sarah Under lowing dearrlbed lands, HltuKte, Iy.
has any Interest direct or bill Defendants the undersigned Ing and being In Bradford County,
Maxwell weer visitors here recent. children. S. Maintain a budget to ,et at.
It has been estimated that Eng orated with Christmas colors. Indirect, In the said .stock bonds, or who was therein appointedas Florida to-wit

a lIsh women buy 5,000 lipsticks ev Various game and contests ly.William check extravagance. 6. Don'tentertain other securities than, as no stated special Master In Chancery to The E% of the 8WV4 ot the

Crews of Starke spent too many casual friends. by him execute the same, will on Monday, SE\V4 of Section 17. Township I
cry week. were enjoyed after which the many 'church B. I* MATTHEWS. the 6th day of January A. D. 1936. South, Range 2! Emit, containing .
last week here with his 7. Have a affiliation. 8.
gifts were displayed and then refreshments grandfather Sworn to and subscribed beforeme during the legal hours of sale before So acres more or ell..
F M. Crews Don't flood your marriage In alco this ID day of October, 1936._ the House door In Starke.Florida with the appurtenances sail caleb
were nerved. A. J. Thomas, :Irtto be.ibIdder l be made to said Decr.
J. the highest I and pursuant u
Mrs. W. Griff Mrs. }i. C. hol.-Ex.
The following were present with ) Clerk of Circuit Court for cash the following described satisfy the same and coHtH.B. .

Mrs. Hazen: Mrs. L. O. Hazen I,WimberlY and C. M. Grlffis were f> -- County of Bradford, lands situate, lying and being K. PERRVMAN
'visitors to JacksonvlUe last week. State of Florida. In Bradford County Florida to- As Special Master In Chancery.
Mrs. T. W. Markey Mrs. Dave TELL-TALE NAILS wit: 12-- 6t-i-3
'A. H. Wilkinson and M.. T. OttUICIt SIP Pl'BLirATION AND
Green Miss Grace Hazen, Mrs. E. An experienced doctor when I NOTICE TO APPKAR The; :Jf&:1 SRVi and West: On- NOTICE OF UPRC'ltL :MANTERIPALE :
J. Hazen Mrs. G. W. Hazen Mrs.R. Knight of Maxvllle were visitors NOTICE] Is hereby J. IB. NKVi of SB%. Sea.2i .
: FT:1: ; I here last week. feeling the pulse of a patient will .' Bohannan and wife, :ryt Bohan- : Township 8 North Rang 21
.
E. Hazen Mrs. L. D. Polk Mrs. often assist his diagnosis by a casual -' nan. that a Bill of Complaint has East containing- 90 acres more Notice and by Is virtue hereby of given that certain that under final .

: rI...... ac.nt O. W. Barry. Mrs. Loyd Barry TUB CIIKISTMA8 CANDLE glance at the finger-nails. The I been In filed the against Circuit you Court and of each Bradford of or with lens the appurtenances. Said sale decree of foreclnmire and nrtrr

''w .. ;..lIfI.... h, Mrs O. C. Kelley Mrs. R. M. Llgnted candles In the windows healthy nail. la'renewed once In 110 you County, 'Florida, In Chancery, to be made pursuant to said Decree of Honorable sale made A. Z.and rendered by nf tin tn
; ..'" "011 pl... to satisfy the same and costs. Adklnx. one
1 Galney Mrs. Howard Mott Mrs. In that certain cause entitled TheFederal
__..re .A. perpetuate a tradition that has days but the rate of grow Is retarded Laud Bank of Colombia H. K. PERHYMAN.I Judge of the Eighth Judicial Circuit .
A .... _"'. Grady Baxter. Mrs. O. B. Colsen : As Master In of Florida In and for Brad.
.0 survived so many centuries: as to by dtaaase.. Nails are highly : Plaintiff versus. J. K. Bohannan and Special Chancery oVDecember.
.1' Iran.. :Mrs. '3 C. Harrell. Mr'W A. I Bohannan et ci. Defendants I fs-e-et.i-i ford County datedthe 3rd day
---...... have lost its origin in the ancient speclaUte'1I'ortlone of the skin wife: Daisy description. .-. A. 1>. 1985 In that wrtain .
to reform a
Brown Mrs. C. J. Crews Mrs.- H. and as such are subject to bodily IV THE CIHCIItT COl'IlT OF I cause therein. pending wherein
and foreclosure a Mortgage as .reformed
P. GB\ney, Mrs. H. B.. Crosby past.A ; the following described RU"'UFORU ('OIJNTY. FLOHIDA B.: B. Avant was and Ix Plalntlll j
covering
probable origin, of the custom ailments of which they always 11 CHANCKllV. I and Fred C. Miller nnd Florence Ii.I I

Mrs. J. C. Cone, Mrs. Mildred Har lies In the legend that the spiritof show signs.. Serious Illnesses always In Bradford lands situate County, lying Florida and beIng to- Minnie Lee Hamilton I I Miller hid wife, and other, vert I I
C.WALLtatfHfTl and are Defendants, ami wherein
HAROLD tell, Mrs.. Wilma Surrency Mrs. Jesus Is reborn on ChristmasEve leave'' distinct transverse wit: Plaintiff I the undersigned. was appointed IISp..clal |
INSURANCE fiavCfTIL. Beulah Harrell Mrs. L. L. Parker, Nil of NWVi of NWVi, of Section vs. DivorceWilliam I Master In Chancery to uc I Icute
and that the Christ Child grooves in the nails, which gradually 95. Township "South of Range S3 T. Hamilton, Can No. 601
tilSpecial
said final decree that I.
I :
141 200 CALL IT STARKI.FLAourtitr Mrs. A.; E. McKlnaey Mrs. B. F. Himself walks forth on that nightto disappear with new growth; East And more particularly described Defendant Master In Chancery afor-l
onnioit ov prm.icATiovIt
Hazen Mrs. Alice Oliver Mrs. J. enter once more the hearts of also broken bones and. fractures corner of on Section beginning 85,at Township Northwest 5 apoarlng by affidavit duly filed I said, have levied upon' all nf thonl
fftttr A #At* ftnr II.. Sowells Mrs. Leola Roberts In the above entitled that the i certain lands located within 8-sd-
of 21 East and cause
leave deep ridges which do not disappear South Range running ford County, Florida and dcicrlMI. l
Mrs. Hazen was also given a men.Candles East 1320 feet to the S. A. 1.. Place of residence of defendant William -I follows I
in the windowto for months as
burning eighteen or Ry thence South and parallel T. Hamilton la unknown and
shower by her aunt Mrs. C. 0. light the way are an invitation more. People constitutionallystorng with; the West side of the 8. A. I* that he Is over tile age of 21 years All of Section 20; all of Seottoula. noctloil
feet. thence West to the and that there Is no person In the 21, all of section 22; all of
33O
the home Ry.
Malphurs at. of her
I to' tbe Christ. to cross the have }arge, heaped-up nails Section line ;dividing Sections 34 State: of Florida service of subpoena except SHW of I'IFJ'1; all of Dw-l

grandmother. Mrs. R. T. McDavid. threshold. and thick nails usually denote a and 86; thence. North 330 feet to upon whom herein. would bind defendant. tlon 24: NE% of NE'-i' : W%anill o'l
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Strayhornand the point of beginning.AIHO It Is Ordered that said Northeast Quarter (NKVi?
Biblical history abounds In references strong personality though the commencing:: at the. SW William T. Hamilton be and Is here North half (NV4) "f NorthwMtl

children of Wildwood< spent to candles and candle. converse does not hold good.-Tit- corner of Section iiA, Township 5 by required to appear In this causeon Quarter (NWW of Suction 25; till
Saturday here as guests of her sticks. Bits South of Hang 22 East and running Monday January 6th 1936 to of Section 26: all of Section 27.! cx-oh'f
Magazine. (!lI I4)
rept Southeast Quarter
Kant on the Section line 1320 the bill of complaint for divorce
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hazen. Solomon placed ten golden candies feet; thence North 420 feet! thence riled against him In this cause. It Southeast Quarter (SK'4): : SOOt
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby and In his renowned West 1820 feet. ; thence South 410 In. further Ordered that this Orderhe half (NMi) and west hoi WU)-<0
temple. M\MTKirn'' .SALHNOTICI3 published each week for'our Southwest Quarter (SS"i) I
feet to the point l of beginning. once
children. and Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Emperor Constantine illuminated Is hereby given that under Containing In all 13 acres. more or consecutive weeks In Bradford Southeast" Quarter (SF7',) of Southwest
We
Crosby and children are spending and by virtue of a Final Decreeof less and 1 being In Sections 26 and County Telegraph a duly 'iiuallflei Quarter (SWM and
4'4'D you .uff.r burning, iccnlM the Constantinople with candles on Foreclosure made and renderedby 35. Township 5 South of Rang 21Rast. newspaper published in Bradford half (WV ) of Southeast QuarlHKV '.
, too frequent urintionf beckicks holidays in Greensboro with Christmas Eve. : the Honorable H. U, Sebrlna, County Florida. ( ) and Northe..otju.rt.
' friends an4 relatives. I Judge of the Circuit Court of the 8th THEREFORE and each of Witness rny hand ane tile seal. of (NEV\) of Southeast Quarter (tDt
h d eh dillin. 'Ion The candle you
.. < .. of played a worthy 1 Ka
ill
energy, partIn of Section 28; all of Section
Judicial I Circuit of Florida, In and you named In this Notice, ar. hereby said (Court at Htarke, Bradford
'leg plni, iwelllngt end pulfinew .- lighting the cabins of the early for Hradfor County, In Chancery, required to said bounty, "Florida this December GthLS35. half (10%. ) of Northeast QIIRrtt,

'f: under the eyes? Are you tired, r rv- HIGHLAND American settler. dated. December 23rd. 1935. In that Bill of Complaint so.arfI1d against (NKV,) and Beet half RI'-nil)
' ou.-4e.I l ell umtrung and don't certain cause therein lately pendInu on the 3rd day of February, A. J. THOMAS !Southeast! Quarter. HEM,) aid
know whet li ? i\JISIt'1\I. E. Crews Correspondent The Declaration of Independencewas between The Federal; Land Bank f9'3'd. at the Court; House In Stark, Clerk of Circuit Court West half (W%) of North or rio
i; wrong of Columbia Plaintiff and Oertle quarter (NE'4) lying fust
signed and framed by candle : H'lurlda; otherwise, a fleorse Pro of Bradford County FlorId.
Then give torn thought to yourIcidney Browning, slnirle.. Defendant", the Confesso. will be entered againstyou l2-8-5t-l-3 In Section 30: Northeast Quart h.
Mrs.' J. B. Carruthers of Jack- light. (NE<4) of Section 83: ; North
*. Be lUre they function ; undersigned; who was therein appointed and each of ;you for failure to NE'i''
/ ... proper onville recently visited her sister Halos cast by candlelight flood as Special Mauler In Chancery Appear.It MASTERS SALE (N'4 e ) and Niirtheant Quarter (
for funellonil' <
ly drtofdar
kidney 'per" to execute. th* same, will on Is ORDERED that this Notice NOTICE Is hereby given that Under of KouthesKt Quart UI'\O* .
,' mil excmi Watts to Uy. In the blood, Mrs. Ruth Marr. nany altars and in millions of Monday the 8rd day of February be published once a week for four and by virtue of a Final Decree Section 33; East hnlfeai (C''i' ) <.- .* *

end to potion end upset the whol. F. M. Crews was a business vtsl- homes perpetuate an observance of 11)36 during the legal hours of sale consecutive week In the Bradford of Foreclosure mad and rendered .t Qutttter i before the Court House door In having hy the Honorable A. Z. Adklnsfudg (SW'/. ) of NTiuilie.
County Telegraph a
y ,ytt_ tor to Starke last week. Christmas customs descended from 8tarke,- Florida sell to the highest. general la Wi'Wr'd:: of the Circuit Court of the ter (NK'/ ) and xithimat QuariJ

' u.. Doe,,', Pill.Deen't ere (of trie Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Grlffls of ancient days.-The War Cry. and best bidder, for cash, the following County Florida. 8th Judicial Circuit of Florida. in (14157%) of :Northwest QuartNW /
'kidneys only..Thai* recommended described lands, situate, lyIng This 18 day of December A. D. and for Bradford County. In Chancery ( %) and West half (Wi( )a

the world You the. '-; -. '_- -_ 4__.-.....-.". ."'.......=. ..... and being In Bradford County "35' dated November t9th, 1986 In 'Northwest. Quarter (NWViiSouth )34
1j over. can get. qen- $I. Florida, t -wtt} A. 1. THOMAS. that certain cause therein lately half (Hi) of Stvthin ;

nine, Ume-leited Dowi't el any drug AMAZE A MINUTE The SW% of the NWU of the Clerk Circuit Court of pending between. The Federal. Land of Section 86. except West SE"10.i

tore.DOANS. .J, NWW. and (the NHi\ of the NWfc\ of Bradford County Florida. I IllaoJt117 tank of Columbia, Plaintiff, and P. ( WVi) of "Southeast Quarter' ( wQuarter
I the SWVi if the NWVi. and the B. Prevail, et al., Defendants, the North half NWVi(NV4 of) Section" 367;

SCXFNT1FACTS .?;. BY ARNOLD WVi\ of thVS&H of the NWVt.. of In ( \1) South Range

I t..... ._ the NW%, and the N'i of the NKVi E Township
: PILLS --... of the SWVi of the NW4. and the8ft NOTICE I fo Northeast Quarter (NBH1)

\ of the NWVi of the 8WU of Southwest Quarter (SW4)! of S>
the NWU. of Section 13, Township Notice Is hereby given that the following described lands, or so much tin 5. Township 8, 8. Haniie
SHEEP / 6 South itane. 12 fleet, and containing thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set East, and will on Monday, the
ws AND CAT
FISH 10 acres, more or l..ss. opposite to the same, together with cost of such sale and advertising day of January, 1938. In front of

2) r _.-, C.*tN. Mfl 10 MM .. HftMKUrVSl MT with the appurtenancei. Bald sale will be sold at public auction on the tth day January. 1936 at Stark, I Court House boor In Starker r1'.1
' to be made pursuant to said Decree the county of Bradford. Ida between the legal hours of i Coffer
M PM NMTMOP Worn, 'I'tIIICOWl AND .... to satisfy thei.snH' and costs. for sal and sell. the ollm.I .
; .13. K. PRltRYMAN. T.._ I and best bliMrr f..rtr c
MsTCMi the highest
jIM.. PMN TUH a.'I
19 IM
0 As Special Master In chancery, fleseriIiea .... THA' *. Costs I .o .--'- and paysald final dec

I U-37-6t-l-Z4. : TIE4 of NII" _...__..__ t e to to Empire Lumber ro. ____ .12 i .fees am.VtKs costs.Zif. CARMICHAEt.Ai : .

: S':1 of SE'1 __..._.__.___i8 8 .10 80 Rmpire Lumber rD. ..__ 13.89 I Special Master In Chancel:
i TVOTIfKNOTICE NE\4 of I1W" ______...l4 7 .0 40 Bmpie Lumber Co. ____ .49 12-6-41-12-37
!] IS JIKKEHV GIVEN That F..." of SIC'/c --_-__16 7 ao 80 Empire Lumber Co. ____ 1I.11t i
N '4nf NW,4 .. E14n5S 1.
hy virtue of Execution Issued out of OIIOFJIt lOll' rl'BLIC'TIO"
he. Circuit Court of Union County \4 &, SW\4 of SW"II' '1 .0 110 Empire Lumber C'o.. ....._ 82.13 NOTICE TO AFPE."
Florida pursuant to final Judgment N'rit of-S\V\4 _________ It a at 80 Empire Lumber Co. .___ n.98 to p.
NOTICE Is hereby given
rendered In said Court on the 11th 51t'of SW'. __._____ t 5 at 80 Empire Lumber Co. .._ 11.98 wife Mrs. l'erie
day of June, A. D. 1938 and recorded of IiIw V. _._.___, II 5 U to Empire Lumber Co. ___ I.'a 8. Calkins that and Bill of Cohas .mp
AMERICS I 7- ofSE\ ___.__ a S at Calkins, a
, In Minute hook 1. at of w4 to Empire Lumber Co. _._ 1.21 been. flied against you am
t.dlJ
said I Court and on the l'3 of A _-- ---__- ---___.. a I al 140 Empire Lumber Co", ____ 114." of In the Circuit Court; of II
: lune, A. D. 1US5 recorded In. foreignJudgment W'NW" 8E" ofW1:4 you rho"

hook 8. page 103 and lOt : of 14 N4.t__ NEM. -..--N-. .1 no Empire Lumber Co. ____ 14.05 in ford that,uc'.t'I-: ;; ''cause. In entitled.
of the public records of Bradford Federal Land Flank of "'"
: GINGER County Florida' for the recovery by SAot nfSW4ofNID4&N Plaintiff versus Perley 8. Ik'r
general l AofEofSE
Motors Acceptance Corporalun 8. ca '
ALE of NW a and wife, Mrs. Perley
% S4of
: ., a> corporation against Mike .. foreclose a
B. N5AotEsoCNVeof .. ..!., Defendants, to
Klondes and H. Austin and U.Roxler following
It of he sum of 1114.14 damages NE'd --- .10 S II at Frank F. Thomas _____. U.IO gage covering situate the lying "n
sarlbed land.
together with haLtS costs th* N\I& of NW%,", & NW" of'SE'6 Bradford,
undersigned; Sheriff of Bradford of NW\4 .10 S 11 90 E. E. Norman _...._____'- 11.118 lag In the County to-wltl of
Bounty Florida, has levied said *necutlon N !J of SII%, SWsaf.: : of Florida Northqurter
upon the following described 'I''SW 10 s 11 11/1/ Empire Lumber Co. __..14.011 Northeast quarter ot ;
lot plvre. parcel. or tract of land S % of NW\4 ____It 8 at 30 Lester Crosby _______ 8.0 : Section ThreeTownship rh
ring, b.[nM and sltual In Brad lOr,;, of SE'" of NJoll4o ____83 8 11 10 Unknown. ___________ 1i.1I: Six (8)(23)H'iKange ""
Vlorlda.I to-wltl Lot 9 Otta Sub Diy East Twentytwa p .

furdTu'w.:: % of the NWii of the Lawt.y tTnknown _. _._____ 1St the Tallahassee Meridian.talnlng ,.
: ? POISON GAS ATTACK/ SI'I0of lI..c.14./ Twp. C R Rang N'WI4. 0 SWt4 0fSEWLS4" I at 10 Unknown _________..__ '.11 forty (40 acres
13 East Containing 10 acres moreor NE'4 of SWt, --- _It. 31 40 Mrll. tlice .. Hughes __ lIi.at or less.Therefor.
/ # FOR Tss BOMBAWM wnruiMOttCM sa less. Cont At NE Corf NJIJ'4 *, you and *
..- of 8W14 .. run W noIt here
UPS MM A SttlU O. nUIWVB -, Lot I, "ctton IT. Twp. I 8., for a lit nf 'h..p. named In this Notice ar.the .a

IflhIIIJAMe'KlDDlE$ '.,.s' ClUUsSj a* ACM M N Rang IS East plat of Woodlawni thence. S no ft to IIIIIf"" 'iulre to Appear flied to .*?'",
Containing 10 acre more or lass, of Complaint eo
TOO/ way thence W ,950 rt to January.
Lot 15 & NH' of It of Woodlawn on the ith day of
Qr Sec line. tltnw ES". Sharks,
S.... 19. Tp. I So.. R. II B. IS acres. It to laud line. thsnw JII the
Lot S In Wnodutwrn Bee. IS. Tp. to b.II-II.1II A ._-.__. _.211 5 II 5 Wilbur Holt."ndorf otherwise. a Decree against yOU a
__._ 18.16 entered
be
S 80. It. 1. K.. 10 acres more or W los It of I.. .tt JIJ will to APP'5
failure
for
less. 7S3ft Lot i in SM of you that this'

together with all the tenements, of EL: of } %- : :AIS I. II 2. Mamle 3'n.; .. __ 184 be IT published 18 ORDERED. one a week' .r

hereditaments and appurtenances WIl',4tLofLet4&s ronscuttv weeks In thC .
hereunt blnglng -01' In anywise Lee on H side of NU5 Telegraph a new'PIng /

appertaining and will on the Rule .f NE%-I" A _21' II S Mamie John. ______ 11.14 Jouoty general circulation In
Day In February A. D. 19J. twlt Lot S of NE" of N1014..2S 6 II 1 Mamie Johns _.___ 1.85 County.
February 3rd. A. D. isae. between NofSE(4\ -_ 14 t II 80 Unknown ______ 14.13 This 4 day r.1"o.: .:' mber. A.
the legal hours of sal*, before the Lots U. 14. 52. IiThTBik .7 THOMAS

t1! front door oft the "Coasty Court 40.. Ha..to._...."". --11.81 T. lIa. Hayes ._-P...._ i.iiC. ,A Cjsrk' Cireuit. ourt
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sal : ,
Hens offer said property.for .. et BradIDd C.\I8I
.:.; .. .s..m'-, -. .t:pbl1e>> Mcr/. and will sell the A. L"'froH1' Tax Colleetol' 0" Dnd.cmr'da1nlt'T. Florida.. 1I.-lt.I-




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WE'VE ALSO PLENTY NO MATTER HOW HEAVY PULL UP A CHAIR THE A,& P. SHOW YOU p y ,fir firTHEY'LL
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OF GOOD THINGS TO EAT. THE MAGNOLIA CAFE. HOW IT'S CHEAPER TO LIVE:



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IS FOR JIFFY. ? "K" IS FOR KICK t y i
THE BEST OIL AND'GAS BEST WITH A SMILE"
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COME FILL UP.YOUR THUMB TACKS TO %)'
HURRY AND LET US IF YOU LET OUR. SHOP
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"M" IS FOR MONEY "N" IS FOR NEW DEAL "0"IS FOR 0. K. ,+ ;
WE DO IT JUST RIGHT MILK CIHLDEN NEED. 4 .
AND YOU'LL SAVE A LOT AND A GOOD DEAL FOR ALL LIKE PRESCRIPTIONS WE FILL. .'r uw
SO SEND US YOUR WORK GIVE 'EM ALL THEY CAN'DRINK 1'' .
IF YOU TRADE AT STUMP'S IF IT'S GAS OIL OR SERVICE OUR DRUGS ARE O.K. !
AND FEEL RESTED AT NIGHT. AND THEY'LL GROW LIKE AWEED.
WHERE BARGAINS ARE HOT. JUST GIVE US A CALL. WIIENEVER YOU'RE ILL .

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COME TRADE:AT THE OURS IS MUCH FIND THINGS IN OUR STORE BETTER FOOD THAN OURS, KEEPS FOOD IN"YOUR BOX *

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: \\, --- Mrs.. C. 'A. Knight Entertains. YOU'RE INVITED COMPTROLLER COMMENDS I BOOTSEY'S BEACt i

With Christmas Party. INSTITUTE OF BANKING L. Gaaklns, CO"lIpandeDL

Last Friday night Mr. C. A. wd Mr. and Btu Green
ocictrA v WASHINGTON D. C.-The American tertown of WI
are
'f was Christmas pending
Knight hostess at a Institute of Banking, said to runs holidays here the the Christ
; bridge party held at the Woman' be the most successful project of its I her parents, Mr. and MrV guosts of '
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Club house. kind In the Bald of applied adnlt Crawford R. N-

A profusion of red and green education has performed a valuable Mrs J..J.

Circle Members of W. M. S. Circle Members of W. M. S. decorations graced the large auditorium -' unction In training bank clerks for Eva, of Starke.Rigdon and daughter
holly "sound public service as well as spent Sunday here
where poinsettias personel R ,
Methodist Church Of The Baptist Church the guests of Mr.
Of The and
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Mrs '
and other Christmas greens were success J. F. T. O'Connor R' N.
t Circle Number: One: Mm. J. W.' Circle Number One:. Mr. L. O. attractively grouped as, a back- a PMlx Comptroller of the Currency of the Crawford and family.W. I I
Wriest for the tables. In the center United States said here in a rtcent M. Reddish Moncey
Whit, leader, Mrs T. J. Griffin Powell leader Mrs. E. C. ground Thomn. J.soa J.
'radio address.- The Institute Is Belt U Prlvltt '
of stage was a beautifully a and .
L. D. Vin- Mrs. L. A. Rennolds, Mrs. .3. L. ClYde
+r 'r Mrs Carrie Ritch Mrs. Starling of
lighted Christmas tree. Other decorations section of the American Bankers Association. Ocala. Spent the hOli_
ing, Mrs. O. W. White Mrs. Sam Peek,. Mr. George B. Flynn, Mrs which added charm to the< days here with their families,

Anderson Mrs. E. K Ferryman, F. F. Flume, Mrs. Nat William, room were oil paintings by the local "While imparting useful 'knowl; J. Roy Quinn who has been I

Mrs. 0.' L: Haynes, Mrs. Hogan Mrs. P. E.' Canova Sr., Mrs. Pat ,artist, Mrs. .C." .L. Stockwell. vtt edge, It has Improved, morals of ployed In South Florida for ell1-
Mrs. A.
Mrs. Tltu. Olson some
Wood Smith Mrs. J. F. Colley Mrs. W. Oassett Mrs. E. M. Thomas, Mrs. At the ends of the progression banking personnel and has itlrnu- time spent the holidays here WIUl
Its member
lated Intelligent his
an
in family.
Mrs.L. W. M Edwards Mrs. U. A. Anderson of bridge Miss Mina Manassa received -
Kate
{ H. Struth Mills Struth. Interest In national. and }International -.
.. F. Smith, Mrs. W. E. Middle- Mrs. J..M. Browne Mr. L. high prize for ladles and Mr, Mr. Miss Villa Prlvltt of Jackson_
monetary problem,
ton, Mrs. W. P. Smith Mrs. U S. W. Kickllter Mr. J. H. Lord Mr.. Mr.. D. A. Monteith received sec. O'Connor laid. "Its vllle spent the holidays here with .
courses cover I I
Hutto Mrs. J. p Warren,Mrs. A. Etta Tlson Mrs. T. M. Hutching., ond high. High prize for men was wide Held In banking. Among, the her brother and family, :Mr. Bert 4
Olive Mrs. O. P. awarded to K. G. Duncan and second L. Prlvltt.
ti H. Green, Miss Ray Miss. Mr. W. H. Perkins subjects one finds Bank Organization
;w Florence Wood. Raymond. Mrs. J. D. Goodman high was received by R. F. and Operation, Commercial Wllbert Crawford of the CCC
Mrs. J. B. Sapp Mrs. Faye Gill, Demorest. Camp near Ocala spent Christmas
Circle Number Two: Mr. F. H. Law. Negotiable 'Instrument. Law,
Mrs. A. J. Thomas Mrs. A. A. Assisted by Misses Katie and here with his mother Mrs. J
t Long, leader Mr.. A. Z. Adklnn, and Economics, in the Pre-Standard Roy
Durden Mrs. E. E. Canova Mr.. Virginia Fugate the hostess served Quinn
B. M.
: Mr. A. W. Anderson, Mrs. Division: followed by such subjects
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Mr. Mr. delicious salad Miss Mlttle Prlvltt of .
S. .F. Hamrlck Geiger her guests a as Money and Banking. Credit Management Jacksonvllle
Mr. RI... Each received as .pent Sunday here
v. L. G. Hemingway, course. guest .n Financial Statement Analysis the guest
Thomas Mrs. A. J. Griffis, Mrs ; favors a small bouquet of holly : and Bank Management, in of relatives..

RITZ THEATRE W. T.Tompkln The following were invited to the Standard Division.' -.---
Circle 'Number-Twor MrsVWJ; attend: Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beaaey "Each and ,every subject li'one :VANDERBILT
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STAKKB Alexander, leader Mr. O. W. Alderman Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklna which Is necessary to a knowledge of (Miss Debris Bloodsworth 'or )
Mrs. G. H. Bennett Mr. Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Dr. and banking. However the Institute does
PROGRAMBEGINNING P M. Barefoot Mr.. W. A. Beit- ifra. H. B. McLendon Mr. and : .not stop here, but encourages graduate The many friends of Woo row j
,
I sent, Sr, Mrs. W. N. Johnson! Mr. Mrs. L. F,. Chapman 'of the State .r. ea study In Corporation F'nance Alvarez are glad to know he Is
FRIDAY N. A. Teeler Mrs. J. W. Edwards Farm, Mr. and Mr. H. C. Ritch r. w Trust Service, Farm Credit Administration Improving from a severe case Of
Mr. R. A. Newaome, Mr. W. J. Mr. and Mr. J. E. Wilson, Mr. and and Busii ess Forecasting. pneumonia.Mr. .
FRIDAY, DEO. 27TH.' Epperson Mrs. T. A. Mersereau, 'Mrs. E. M. Davis Mr and Mrs. T. Again It emphaalies In' special .. and Mrs. Ruatell tJonnan. ,

,x "Let 'Em Have It" Mrs Jack Jones Mrs. E. D. Card T. Long, Mr and Mrs.. D.'P..Carpenter courses the Importance of the less spent the. week-end in.marks "lth"
Mrs. J. E. Wilson Mrs. J, L. Sil- Mr. and Mrs.'W. E. Torode tochnlcal but highly beneficial studyof her mother, Mrs. W. O. Stloox. v,
Richard Arlen
Bruce cox, Mrs. A, L. Murrhee .Mrs. ft.. and Mr. Nat Sternberg, Mr. Constructive Customer Relations Mrs. Mary Edwards of Brooker,
Virginia Dave Silcox, Mr. B. M. Fuasell and Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Mr. and Banking Fundamental and Public la spending several days here with

d k'' SATURDAY, DEC. 28TII. Mrs. Will Bryan Mrs. J. H. Pitta Jrs. J., C. Robl.nson. of Apopka, I ; :; Speaking. No comment Is necessary he parents Mr. and Mrs. R. M. AI- ,
On The Mr. S. G. Lewis, Mrs. A. E. Wall Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest Mr. on these courses: their value Is at varra. '
;p "Moonlight Mr. O. A. Andreu, Mr. B. Johns and Mrs. D. J. Morris of Lake once apparent. Mrs. F. M. Norman visited Mrs.

Prairie" Mrs. W. L. Wall. Mr. H. L. Brownlee City, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. VIning I F. M.. Norman Jr., Sunday who Is

Dick Foran Mrs. A. H. Johns. Mr. and Mrs F. F. Stump, Mr. and BANKERS SUPPORT .Ick'' at her mother's Mrs. W. T..
Sheila, Manners The names of the member of Mrs. H. C. Wall Mr and Mrs. Edward Crosby at Corinth.
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the Young Matron. Circle Mrs. E. Burns, Mr. and Mr. D. A. Queen B.tty''Runkle and President John F. May of the Florid. FARM, COMMISSIONThe Mr and Mrs. Eugene Ellis, Mrs
rs StnV.-MON. DEC. '20-80 L. Biggs, leader will be published Monteith Mr. and Mr. George Orange Fe.tlv rjoln: In extending a cordial Invitation to you to W. B.. Bloodaworth Mrs. H L.. \
':Way Down East" at a later date.Montgomery. lanassa. Misses Hazel Middleton, attend the 1938 Festival to be stifled at Winter Haven January Agricultural Commission of Norman, and Miss CarraBeUe Nor5 I
Mary Canova Mlna Manaasa 27 to February 1. Many new feature and attraction will make the American Banker. Association man were' shopping in Jackson1 1vllle
,1 Hudson Madge Mlddleton. Mrs. Jeanette the coming event bigger and better than ever. U< Is promoting widely among bankersthe Saturday. j (
Fonda Mr.. L. A. Davis Clncald, and Dr. Ralph Vallotton ------- practice' of tiding their farm The New River Baptist Association 't
Comedy" and Mr. A. F. Saul. Mrs. W. B. Parks : ;; customers In Installing on their
ot the State Farm E. L. Matthews Mrs. KlncaldfloStes3 LAWTEY1'O. holds it. union meeting here
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Mrs. C. L. StockweU, Mr. O. L. .
farm better financial
accounting
Manas- '
Charles and Henry Saturday and Sunday with
: DEO. 81, Jan. 1 Beasley Mr. M. E. Edwards Mrs. ea Darby At Buffet Supper J. Phillip*. COn_' ......t and operating method. It also cooperates Water Oak Baptist Church. Din-the
Mr.'W. G. Halle Mrs L. C. Ray.Mrs. ; -
In the endeavors of the
Mrs. Jeanette'Kincald was hostess Christmas Quiet ner on the ground both days.EDDICATION" .
the Rancho' J. H. Ritch. Mr.. A. W. Red- state bankers' associations along _. .
all-steel to be at a'buffet supper,and bridge Christmas passed oft very quietly --
Swartout grave Mr.. E. S. Matthews Mr. The first airplane .similar lines. "
here and there'were acci- "
; no
;i Boles H. B. McLendon Mrs. Carl Johns constructed in the United states party given at tbp home of her slater dents to mar the 'day for Lawtey 'The commission has published a "I have called to see why your'daughter '
Mrs. Miriam Kickllter Mrs. L. D. has been retired and placed on exhibition Mrs. Of; L. Beasley, Monday book on "Making Farm Investments
.. JAN :3 and 3 Green Mr.' D. E. Knight Miss after flying the equivalentof night at .7 o'clock.. folk. were Christmas held at trees both and churches programs Safe" presenting a compendium of school latelysaid.Emily hasn't the school attended attendance -

I.THURS.FRI. Maid's Amelia Ray, Mrs.W. A. Bessant four times around. the earthat The entire lower floor of the Tuesday evening for the little helpful material published over. officer a. he stood at the

Jr., Miss.Amy,Coburn.: the equator. was thrown en suite and was beau- folks and from all reports Santa period of year as a reference guide cottage door .
tifully decorated'-with red gladioli Claus was very generous. In the dally routine ot banking and 'Cause I think she's learnt.

i Donnelley WM QUALITY BABY SmONO HEALTHY CHICKS holly 'and other Christmas -' farming relationships It has also enough,' retorted. ;Emily's' mother.
Lindsay greens carrying-out) the color published "Factor. Affecting Farm shortly.. /
Anita Louise ,1l MAITMYFIUFFY ===:..I*.p> Om,:kMcM... .. scheme of red and green which following BurneyJenkln.The Item from the Credit discussing In an illustrativeway "Why," exclaimed the visitor,
.....'.....,.., -w/N how farm credit can be obtained
j ; used the
was throughout evening.
SHOW "NEW F ...,..l. ". WafcZ'wfcn dqits... Florida1 Times-U'I1lon of December on a sound basis. "she has only passed through two
-' After the guest had assembled 25 classes yet. '
will be of interest to
11:30 and many .
"w..... .... Another publication is the month
low*M|I cIo d ftkallot. .
i F. M. ron LRS. -................. t...niL they were invited Into' the dining; Lawtey people. ly Bulletin of the commission which "Well, aln't that, enough? ask .,
room where a taM was artistically ed the woman.. "I dunno what ed-
AftAlWA-
WOODLAWN HATCHERIES The marriage of Miss Doris Jen- circulate to about 10,000 person
for this occasion.:' ,The
.l arranged dlcatton. Is cgmin'.to. When I wee?;
kina and JCverette EBurney.: Jr.,
among .themrihevcount7; ageatc-
., .. I table I was' covered,( with. an Irish young. If a gal understood the element
-'-- of this'tit 31' took place at 9 o'clock throughout the United States, "b, i
-Ar----- I lace cloth and Inoith.:center was a of distraction provision orreplenlshln'.an' ,
,I I Sunday morning in the-'home of make frequent use of the neateris'and
:| miniature Christmas tree on a reflector .,the common doml, ,
the bridegroom's cousins Mr. and suggestions prepared by th.commls.lon.
I| .flanked with .liver candelabra Mrs. Frank Skipper. Likewise, the commie nator, an' knew all the rivers and
which held red taper..la their obituaries the provinces and
sion has appointed bank
I 1,300 key
The performed by
|silver compotes wereplaced red ceremony was the umpires, she was reckoned to'
er. covering every county In till
the grandfather of the the
and green mints nuts and candles groom have eddicatlon enough to see her
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United States, who act as ,focal
Rev. H. V. of Jackson-
.. ." Also In the diningroom, five tablet Skipper point in their districts In fostering through.-Montreal Star. I
for bridge. In the center :
were placed ville.The better understanding between bank r --
of each table were red tapers bride is the 'daughter of 'ere and farmer A goldfish has teeth in Its throat
placed in silver .holders and tied Mrs. S. O. Jenkins of this city. Mr. S and chew. Its food thoroughly before
with red tulle. The place cards Burney I. the .on of Mr and Mrs. swallowing It., '
were held by miniature Christmas E. E. Burney of Lawtey. business visitor here Tuesday. ,

tree.. ,* :TU Upon their return from a wed- Richard Thede who Is attendingthe

After several robbers of bridge ding trip. the couple will reside at University of' Florida,': at IIlli II I,. lights
Mrs. C. A. Knight;who held high :340 East Seventeenth Street. Both Gainesville is spending the holt-
To Our score for ladles, and J. E. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Burney have many day at his home here.. It pea =,, fr1. --. ". arT" =

who held high score for men were I friends who will wish them happi- Miss Beatrice Miner and Miss :' .311'.0.-. : B_
awarded prizes Mrs. C. C. Hoppeof ness. Mary,Lucille Torode, who are attending :=Otlw. -;;. .. sshr' .::

{Tampa, sister<>*f' the. 'hostess the Florida State College .the Dssi'sa I.uaa.SM =

And Customers wan presented a'1t.tlest'prize.Those CoM Damage College for Women at Tallahassee iii.. hwA( ... w uN ID'
Il Friends Heavy frost here.and': freezing .". l* immmtf --..
invited to 'attend. were: are spending the holiday at their -ir ** a a MM

!, ..:'... ,- Dr., and Mrs. H.'' B. McLendon, weather season somewhat will retard but strawberry It Is thoughtby home. here. v -

take this for 'thanking Judge and Mr. A. Z. Adklna Mr. It l..". blessing In : William Woolen who I. attending '
opportunity many'that
I wish to and Mrs. C. A. Knight Mr. and Mrs Carlisle Military Academy is REALESTATE:

'the people of Bradford'and surrounding Joe Wilson. Dr. and Mrs.! E. L. disguise for PersonalllMr. local grower spending the, holidays at hi. home .
Biggs, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Mon- here.
David W. Moore
and Mrs
for the splendid patronage teith Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Duncan
counties Miss
Edward. I.
,.< and.children, of Jacksonville spent Mary visitingin '
Mr. and Mr. H. :c. Ritch Supt.
Jacksonville this YOU WANT TO
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week.
here with friend and IP
Christmas ,
,' with which they have favored our store and Mrs. U F. Chapman of, the RENT
-. State Farm. Dr. Ralph Volloton of relative. Hal Edwards was a business visitor BUY, SELL OR
during the few short. months since our the State Farm Mr. C. C.. Hoppe Miss Mattie Harley. who Is em- to Jacksonville Tuesday. SEE US-'

of Tampa. ployed in St. Augustine spent Mr. and Mr.. F.. R. Carradlne
-1 A' .' : opening.. .Long before establishing my I .-' Christmas'at the home of h.rp.- spent Christmas'at Ocala and Silver WILS'ONREALTY

1\ .. hereI had been favorably! impressed VESPER: CHRISTMAS SERVICE rents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley. Springs with friends.
store ; Despite the bad'weather a good Mrs.. J. P. Sullivan of Hampton The correspondent wishes every '.CORP.

with Starke. and its trade area, and I have sized audience wail present at the Is visiting the Rev. and Mr.,1 D. one a very happy and prosperous
Christmas exercise of the Presbyterian L. Phillips this week. New Year '

not been disappointed. The warm recep Sunday School Sunday af Mr. and Mr.. V. R. Reddish had

and 'the ternoonThe church was beautiful as Christmas guests Mr. and Mr.
here
tion that I have received lighted with candles and tastefully Bryant Reddish of Jacksonville,

kind consideration 'that'you' ;'" people have, decorated with basket of Mr and Mrs. James Godwin and .
polnaettiaa in true'Christmas children of the State Farm Mr.

shown ourstore haa.trulybeen gratifying. If.; style. .,The Christmas story was I and.Mrs- R. R. Reddish and. Mr... GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGING
told m Scripture:and In song bya plnkins. of Webster. r

It is a pleasure dobusinees with you. group" twenty-tour boys and Jim Moore Edwards, who 'Is b1
.
\ girls. An outstanding feature was serving an enlistment In the CCC

'. Christmas trade has been:excellent, and I the presentation' of the' white gifts at Monroe l.a., 1. spending the .
,
during th1 playing of "Silent holiday at his home here. Kind
,believe that we are on the way back to the Night," an organ'and and piano duet Mr. 'and Mrs. O. W. Roberts The Many Expressions
by Jean Davis Margaret Low-
'28 and '29 when business spent Christmas I.n'DeLand with '""of By
r \ '. good old'days of ; ry. The whole service was most relatives.. Friendship
'
,was norma]. Togetherwe.. ,can do great Impressive. tlt Miss Bessie Terry' who i. employed Cards And'Othe i8e. I Ifc
At the end of the program everyone ,, In Jacksonville,' spent ,the .. .
:4': :,' .. ,things; but divided we' will stand still. was invited over to the holidays here with relatives. '
This
considera- manse where they enjoyed a :> Mr.sand Mrs.; J.. B. Dye and Wish.to Take Method
x J' Give your home merchants first .Christmas tree and, refreshments. children' Ft. Lauderdale are visiting ,

_._' .Mr. Dye's.parents. Mr-and of.Swishing You All a Very
'' ?:the
;t tion during the new year.They're MISSION, HALT; -t :Sire! A. M. Blanchicrilr -' "v *

people you must'live. with, a:.d the people t A fcrg4: on api '.Kf.. coc "T'''? tad .1''. J*....*+n Byrd and ;:f;"Happy: New Year.
f gallon heard the program .pre- IIDa' Rena Mae Cutshaw of ".

4 ,. !. t,.. upon .whom1. depends the success of 'your, seated to.honor of the birthday anniversary. QreenvUle. Tenn.. are visiting their .'

x; 101 r' own business. Trade/'ri1ore, and trade at evening.. f, the ,Christ' ,on, Tuesday shaw.parents;.Rev. and Mrs. C. E. cut- '.

'.,'" ,/.:,;' 1 1i' home during 1936 :and watch; prosperity ; The sponsors of the :Mutton ,Miss Arthurine Blanchard of Ft. .' ,.' ." '

., work are grateful;to all who ,so Lauderdale. Is visiting at her home -lII2d. .
,
return. '
"
'a .
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', willingly, gave of'their time and here.Mrs. ", "

+ .',' ., .. -/. Si. ALEXANDER. talent I that His name might be Carrie Smith Is visiting '. ,
....... I honored this vendee.; .TfaMe participating relatives In O&lneavlUe this weekj
'' ranged -in 'age from Louis H. Hill was a business visitor .
three to eights The last night of to Jacksonville Tuesday .
w the year.will be the regular" Bible Dr. and Mrs.., J. H. Carr dtn. A. J. THOMAS
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fi a DsALEXANI Study night and the subject will be spent Christmas-with relative in
t0ue4. la l46 Co, iftttk, otMpt r. JaakKwvlUe. L-&IS: .
ER'&. COMPANY! --tR T The. .... g.eaakaes tlfi and XCrs Versed RowevofJackmvUle. : CUERK OF THK.OBCtrrt;
\ to-be,of;4UMMual.intere.t>amt included else Tiakttng'relatt e.

an ,Jate usQAt announcement hens this week. be!. '

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: FRIDAY._DECEMBER 11. 1935 BRADFORD COUNTY TELKGRtVrit. STARK1C, FLORIDA PAOE: FIVT

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Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle spent Dr. and Mrs. A.
Christmas in Green Cove BOOKLET ON FARM CREDITA CONTROL
Day Christmas Day OF CREDIT'A NATURAL FORCES AID

0, Cove Springs as the guests of Mr. the guests of
Doyle' parents',*, \ er-in-law and I booklet has been published by,

: Bits of G. B. Lane. the Agricultural Commission Am. BASIC QUESTION BUSINESS RECOVERYBy
I
4
erican Bankers Association: on "Fac
4't''t Mr. and Mrs. R. F. bemoreat
tore Affecting: Farm Credit.'' for the
are spending; the Christmas holidays -
Mia Mery purpose of furthering Jn a national Economist Describes Conflict R. S. HECHT
in with j
Apopka Mr. and Mrs.J. .
N C. Robinson ly pledged to the senle tbe taking of farm Inventories Between Opposing Social FrftiJuft If", .rle.. Banlftl
ter of the Sigma I and the making; of credit statementsas Ars.d.NasALTHOUGH

CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND Billy-Graham, of Raleigh.- N. C., at Vanderbilt. sponsored by the commission la Views on Central Bank of
ville, Term.,. cooperation with the state collegesof as official etudes aq
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Is spending: the Christmas holidays agriculture and the ,U. 8 Department Agitation for government banking show, business -
here with
his
grandparents, Mr. of Agriculture., The goal I* la a phase of the conflict betweenour Is still far from having struck
Mr. and Mrs.
and :Mrs. J.M.: Alvarei.
r Hernando better relationships between farmer present "personal oompetiUveenterprise Its full stride,
spent system" In America and I
nevertheless
e
cwtomcra and their banks.
Mr. and Mrs L. A. Davis the guests of Mrs A
spent .
the "compulsory state collective scurlty believe that It I.I
Hinds' Corp* 'ng left' Tuesday Mr. and Mra. H. C. Wall returned Christmas Day \in Fernandina as I er-in-law and' system" of several European .r undoubtedly true (
Mrs. from Tam- the guests of :Mr. Davls's mother E.,. W. Hayes Agriculture and Industry y
for-a visit,Washington. D. Monday a vl.lt.1n State. Virgil Jordan President Na 't that tbe natural
pa with Mrs Alice Dutton. Mrs. Mary Davis. tlonal Industrial Conference Board economic ''a lC
C. Mr. and Return for tbe first quarter of In processes
Mrs. says "Banking" published by the which have '
Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. R' F. Sykes and and little 1S35 for Industrial corporations publishing American Bankers Association {
-
spent brought
Clifford Lambe Christmas
Dorothy Sapp spent e always
Miss children of' quarterly reports show" net
visiting In Galnesrille. Day In Jacksonville visiting his Jacksonville spent Talahaesee were "They Involve Irreconcilable prln the nation out ota I ,l
afternoon, Christmas Day here with Mr. and Mrs J. W._White profits XI per cent moue, than for the clplos of human conduct and philosophy t
mother Mrs..t Mae Lambe. Mrs. J. B. ante In 1934. The total farm value of stump are noR
Sapp. Q W. Alderman. life and the conflict between ban
---- of all important crops, exclusive of them Is the key to the economic and have Y

MISS Essie Coleman spent Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Register R. G. Kidd, who Is employed in Mr. and Mrs livestock rose In 1934 to .781..23.. social and political struggles for some time A

Christmas Day in, Olustee visiting spent last week-end in Tampa'vis Ocala spent Christmas Day here and daughter. 000. as compared with "..114.166.000'II of today," Mr. Jordan says. steadily at,,work

her parents. iting relatives and friends. with his wife and her mother Mrs Christmas Day In the previous year and I2.88J.19S The enterprise system of which I laying the foun- +
liOn, in 1938. "the development of the United datlous for more I ,
Florence E. Canova.: guests of Mr.
MM"Carl! Crumpler and son, Miss Gertrude Heering is spending States has been the unparalleled el- : R. s. HBCHI active business Qcondition.

bar!, Jr. .pent Friday visiting IqacksonvUle. the Christmas holidays In St. Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. S. R. Mrs II. C. The newest central bank Is that of ample depends for Its motive power' ..

Petersburg with her parents. Johns Jr. Misses Canada, which opened after an ex. of progress upon the Inexhaustible I believe that there Is growing a f j
Georgia and Miss Nettle : I ,
_
naustlve study had been made of the that -tbe,
broader public perception
reservoir of In Individual desire

Hope Haynes energy
spent vie
Sinclair Bryan; of Ralford. Saturday Va., and Miss parlance of all nations with the of tills country must make I
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R.I. Davis and iting In Jacksonville. for personal advancement In peoplo
pent Tuesday here visiting Mrs children, Ida 'Lulu and Marjorie, Washington, D. C., rnsulflbat tbe stock of the Bank of prosperity but It guarantees nothingto their own prosperity: and not wait A
of Mrs.
guests
k. A. Brown. spent Tuesday in Jacksonville Broward Strickland and Cla-ide and Mrs. R. Q. ( Canada Is privately owned. the Individual save freedom of for the Government at WashingtonE

Wlllon of Madison -...-.-- opportunity," the article says. to make It for them In other words. 4
Christmas h
spent spent -
D.'Tobler of Eustis The cullectlvUt security system,, normal economic vigor and vitality I. r
I Mrs J Mrs Florle Wills nan returnedto Day here Mr. and the I
hrlstxnall here ,with' her' sister her home here from a visit in Mrs. A. S. Strickland.visiting I Johns Representative and son THE WORK OF CREDITBank he says, 'places all emphasis upon of the United Stales Is lowly

lira. Sally Tlson.' I Lakeland with Mrs W, W. Carter. : the maintenance of a minimum but inevitably bringing recovery t
i Christmas Day In standard o( living for the mass without Like a doctor the administration ,
Mr .and Mrs. D. B. White of guests! of Mrs. Show How It Givei
Mrs Jack Bowen, of Waldo was Friends of Mrs. L. D. Vining Fernandina regard to the creative power of can help nature., But the fundamental -, d
Christmas
of Mr. andfirs. spent Day and Mrs. T. A. Needed Aid All Classesof
Saturday to the IndlvlduoL Quite simply the security I
e guest will regret to learn that she is still here with Mrs Whites mother hAMtlng processes will oome,front
William Sapp. confined to her home due to Ill- Mrs. Cella I. Manassa. Prudent Borrower system Involves the modern natural causes and not from political }
Mr. and Mre.' form of the philosophy of the slave '
slackening ot .
ness. remedies. despite the ti it
Canova will leave son, J. A. of How a bank loan portfolio presents society," lie continues: t' '1"
Mary business. despite expressions
now apparent
Cday Bates New The Woman' Christian Temperance spending the a graphic cross section pictureof
on the Nan L., A. Rennolds, of Richmond, Union will meet afternoon A Sign Of the Time. of disappointment we hear ,
Friday with Mrs. the business of Its community Is
Fear's tour to Cuba. Va., la spending the Christmas at 3 o'clock with the president end Mrs. A.. W. disclosed by the description which '"The many-sided: movement toward from various Quarters, nevertheless

I Marsh, of holidays here with Mrs." L. A. Ren- Mrs. F. A. Scott mldwestern bank recently gave of governmental banking, deposit I sm confident that these fundamental

lenton.: Michigan, are here visiting nolds. Mr. and Mrs W. Its loans to customers. It revealed Insurance and currency management healing processes, if not i
Lord.' Mrs. James Godbold of Jacksonville Is the most direct and decisive spuctartilnr are none the leas surely t
| and Mrs. J. H. daughter, Fredrika also how closely Interwoven with Us
r. Professor and Mrs. Ben C. Dlck- expression of tbe universal instlno- .
I work.Gradually
at
was a recent,guest of her vllle, spent neighbors' varied lives are the
enson of Lawrenceville, Ga., were mother, Mrs. W. 3 Stroman, ana guests of Mrs. threads of the bunk's financial helpfulness live search for security which Is the our business leader 'F'
recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. F, sign of the times In America our are showing greater confidence! '
A sister Mrs S. S. Dqwling.. Mr. and Mrs W. H. ?ri'
;ENT WORDCOLUMN A. Scott. This description showed that the so-called social security legislation the future and are assuming a more Z
Willlsm Dank Is an Important Indication of the forward position. ormly believe
Mr. and Spellman Miss Mlna had made a loan of $100,000 to looking
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Card of and children, of Jacksonvile spent Manassa left a local shoe manufacturer to pur drift away from the enterprise system : that If we;:':wlll make up oar

Detroit, Mich., are here visiting several days this ,week with Mr. In Fort Sam materials, discount bills and toward a colleoilvlsi security mind. to replara fearpsychologywith : 't'
.
with concentration of
furnished Mr. Card's grandmother Mrs. E. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova.Mr. their brother-In-law current requirements.To system authority confidence-psychology the results
In Federal
upstairs a government
run RENT-Front D. Card. a wholesale grocer S5,000 hat will fully justify such a new
Major and Mrs. G. .
Mre. F. "The nationalization of credit is
apartment. 1H. .. advanced for the purchase of attltuds. .
and Mrs. J. W. Edwards and crucial and Indlipenalble for complete
1 ng T Misses Ruth Sternberg.. Miriam son, Elbert, and daughter, Elaine, Miss Alice Inventory the loan to be repaid over: state control of the complex
kkefleld now Jacobs and Rosalind Jacobs, spent and Mrs. G. H. period accordance with ipeclflei BANKERS' ASSOCIATION.
cabbage Bennett spent Friday I' City, and Miss Industrial and business structure of
etansoon.. SILr Wednesday afternoon visiting in visiting In Jacksonville dez of Pensacola set forth In the loan agree STIMULATES ADVERTISING
[ready: other Gainesville this country. The drive toward government ;? ,
thousand. 8,000 and, 10.000 Christmas holidays banking and monetary control

its cheaper In proportion. ''A..1. Mrs. Shellle Steward, of Rome, mother, Mrs. R. F. Assistance in Personal Matins Is most determined because the The American Bankers Association's \ .

'riffle tf Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott had Ga., will arrive the latter partofthis Another loan had bsen made to a relation of the state to credit goes Advertising Department reports t

as their guests last weekend Mrs. week for a visit here with G. L. Patten, of owner to the ,amount of $200 to the root of the enterprise system.A rapid progress of tbe use by >'I

JR RENT; Furnished apart- Walter Glatzau and .son, Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson. .spent last weekend painting and repairing. This was collective. secnrlty system Is In. banks of tbe informative bank newspaper a

ment with private bath. Gaga of DeLand. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. la cooperation wltb the Fed conceivable without nationalization advertising prepared by It for A

free F. A. Scott Phone 84, --- Mra. T. W Oliver returned to was en route to Eu Homing Administration and of credit An enterprise system. Is' members to assist them In rebuilding ys' +

rke, Fta ltpP.LUNQ Mr. and Mrs. C.. M. Imbach her home in Sylvanla, Ga., last is spending the being repaid In twenty-foil Inconceivable with It." public confidence and good ..wtll'In +

to failing spent Christmas Day in Green week after a visit here with her tives. installments of 18.88 each. Under a' collective security system their communities. h

Jhealth- I OUT will -sell Owing out everythingown Cove Springs as the guests' of C mother Mrs. S. F. Hamrick.Mrs. A dentist bad been loaned 1300 to based on government bankingthe The central theme of this adv,rtlslng ,;

home tools, some A. Imbach. John Powell. Mr. ; new equipment. A* wa controls "Us solely In the bands service deals with tbe "essen
Starke:
in lumber'. sawed out O. J. Griffin and son.'O. W. D. Doyle and Miss off: the debt out of his pro ,, of a few persons and depend upon tial line economic .and social, serve

etal roofing >2x6-'and lots, of ,Misses' Dorothy ''Sapp,' ..Louise Griffin ,of St. ,Augustine.. spent ton.: ..of ,Jacksonville earnings as they came In... their judgment will or caprice." Mr Ice that all sound banking Inherently -, 't. '

virgin ends"pines useful about Snyder 'and Joe 'Edwards! spent' Tuesday and Wednesday as guests Christmas Eve 'To a large domestic refrigerator Jordan says adding that It Is they renders the depodtorand the public ,

lds or and farm... ,If you are lookingr yourme Wednesday -afternoon visiting. In of Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Imaculate bow..er"I' $30,000 bad been granted who must determine "upon the basisof ," the report says, showing that t .r'

come''' to 403 South Gainesville vUle Tuesday night. warehouse receipts to finance some predetermined plan or upon "It is not banking laws which make tf
bargains
W.'E. Daugherty. tf -- Rev.: and Mrs. J. W. Austin, of shipments.A pure political expediency of the moment banking useful and safe, but that\
lompson. what lines of Industry and
Miss Ethollne White had as her Benson Springs, are guests of their Mrs. Kate home owner had been granted a It Is honesty and skill in management

DIESEL guests Monday Miss Charlotte son-in-law and daughter, the Rev. granddaughters, ,000 mortgage loan to be repaid even what 'Individual' enterprisesshall under private' 'Initiative.The .", '

\ANTED-Internationally_ oper- Savage and Charles Savage of and Mrs. B. M. Montgomery. and Villa Vida are years. have the credit. Advertising Department '1. ;
Lake Butler One thousand dollars had been ad' "Every government Is an organof .'
(ing Diesel training organization I Christmas holidays supplying about a thousandmem
and must respond to
III select a few young men to Woodfin Halle, of Calhoun ton Springs visiting to an office worker on the party power barn of the association ,wltb newspaper ';
[art Immediately to train for job. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight pad Louisiana: la spending the Christ- Charles I surrender value of his incur .the will" of the party that article put It In and other advertising mate t n'rlsl + +

Diesel Engine,, Operators and as their guests Christmas Day, mas holidays here with his parents policy. to aid him in meeting "tlndur power. unchecked the Jordan government says.op The newspaper material totals s y ,

tallatlon Tools furnished. Mrs. James Shepard, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle. ,. about
men. !, Mr. and Mrs Mrs L. E oration It Is an Inescapable tendencyof 60,000 advertisements annual i r''t'
Ie mechanical experience and C. C. Shepard and small daughter, ters Misses Beatrice. The National Total! every currency to depreciate and I ly. The growth of the work of the f

atlona, White "Diesel En Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Powell, all of Mr. and ,Mrs. Glen Wood, of Mae and son, L. E. If each of these various examples: for credit to expand However much department Is shown by the following t
'
eI," care Telegraph.. : Milliard, and Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Gainesville were here this week ing the. Christmas multiplied many times the re It may be In the Interest of the natlon. figures: On September 1.1934. !

l7-3tp Morris of Lake City. visiting Mr. and Mrs. George I Wildwood as the would represent the total deflation Is too. dangerous politically tbe number ot banks beln* served .S

Flynn and Mr. and Mrs. A. n'l I Mrs L. W.' of credit cooperation which for any government."In regularly each month was 623.. The ; kl ,'

NAT SEZ: bank was extending to Its neigh the end government bankingand total number on April 1. 135 was w

Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Landrum are Mr. and Mrs. A. In Its community for agree currency management resolve 924, an Increase of SOI regular sub

It's pretty.hard to get your mind spending the Christmas holidays in Mr. and Mrs C. C. loans to all Its customer themselves simply Into the nee of or 49 per cent. ,lv'ecrlben +

Inverness with Mr, Landrum' parents Jimmy of Tampa to more than twelve.mil credit as a politics Instrument of f
the after Christmas -
oJ _on,anything day Mr. and Mrs.J..A. Landrum. their home today ( dollars. power, and this Instrument tends to

but we hate to get this paper visit here with Mr: If tbe typical examples bore\ given be a.eelln the long run for expropriation WARONBANKBANDITS "

out'regardless, and this ad would Mr. and Mrs.,. L. ,D. Green and Beasley and Mrs:* multiplied by many millions of of the community's saving"

not leok right with Just my picture daughter, Elise, spent Christmas caid. tbe result would represent the j ,
'
la It and nothing else Day in Mayo as the guests of Mra. economic cooperation which THE FARM BUDGET National Banker AssociationPressing d

The beet thing I can think of Greene mother, Mrs L. A. Dees. Mrs. H. Brown banking system of tile country I
Miss Dorothy Brown a whole Is extending to aid the Active Measuresto ;- y.
wish each and
Is to ev
right, now It
Mr and Mrs. O. C. Register Mrs.M. Cotleme and personal professional, alp DAN II. OTIS./ Protect Members,
one of a very happy New
ery you commercial activities
and
spent Christmas In High Springsas New York spent Losses Cut ,
: A AIrlemllur Dlrttltr Amtrlct* 1'r
that
Year and I
sincerely hope make the whole business
Mr. of up .
the guests of Register's pa- here as the guests ftnktn An.eltllnInventories
1936 will bring 'you health and rents Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Register. Nat Sternberg. They of the nation The nationwide aid In tbe formation Imprisonment or death of .many a,
of such loans la In excess of
prosperity. s to Miami. of a. farm budget. Some banki, ss desperate bank criminals the past x
billion dollars
Henry' Manassa, Al Manaaaa, well as tbs Farm Credit Administration year bas brought no appreciable reduction '' ; ', F

James Dennis ''and Eldredge Mrs Frances reeom In attacks on banks. James I.. '

The Latest : SPECIAL PJUCESSWAGGER' Smith attended the Elks' Club ter Miss Imogene SAVINGS S a mend outlining 11:. Baum In charge of the American ;, "

OIQOLO dance In Lake City Saturday night Rapids, Mich., who I MARK INCREASES +A In advance the Bankers Association Protective Department t

the winter In Dade Cit ; 4w method of bas reported to bis ,'organisation. r ,

DRESSES Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Walnwrlght ing the holidays here using production / ,
[ SPITS YORK. Tne annual sav '
and children of Jacksonville spent of Mrs. Parker's loans In the six: months ended February ,:
of the American
Christmas Day here as the guestsof and sister Mr. and compilation a Under this planprovision 28. 19a he says, bank were targets I tip
I. a variety of fancy plaid Black, Brown Navy and Association for the :year ..
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght, Barefoot. June 30. 1934. shows that for b for 111 daylight holdups and 40 night } 1,
designs. Green Sr. made for burglaries. H* 'added that although '",
first time since 1930 total sav
; Slav, 14 to. 20 'Rev.. B. :M. ,Mont monthly expen banks that are not members number 4
In all American banks recorded
r I I Dr. and Mrs. Carl C. Mendoza Dorothy White, Miss dltnres sod only I about half those enrolled In the f t w
annual Increase.
$7,95 $2.95 to $4.95The and Miss Gloria Johns, 'of Jack- gate and Miss Katie statement by W. Espey Alblg. --T r ,rllodareranted to. the association, they suffered a far greater a

rate of attack, namely,61 cet
sonville were here Sunday visitingMr. I Wednesday afternoon, Manager of the association per ;
borrower In
and family Tenn. where accordance of all the 'tank robberies. '
and Mrs. T. J. Griftn phis, ,
of Its Savings Division
tile 1 Man Who Want the Best For Less charge with
ng World-wide organization's monthly m...- the budget. Losses Show Dcrs
| In Work Clothe- We,Now BLUE: TOPSHIRTS' ____ Conference, which "Banking" ssys that savings a II.OTIS piaa. Budge During tbe period uuder report, ti
t CarryOVERALLS Comer Long of Lakeland and Dec. 28, and lasts bank burglars and bandit exacted: r '
In banks ss of June 89, help show how losns can be repaid.
Richard Long of Gainesville are.pendln& 8.6 cent tribute amounting to $948,661 compared ; r
gained per ss com- With the accumulated data from
*
LEE the Christmas. holidayshere Mr. and Mrs. with a year earlier. previous Inventories sad budgets with losses totaling $1,267,000 .
a year ago, he said. This reduction la 1
with their mother Mrs. F. H. and daughter of aggregate Is an Increase' budget making becomes sssler and
i losses la attributed to the -
timelocking
Patterns.Also Friday here aa
Fancy Long. spent last :year of I71J.13Z.009, the more accurate and valuable. Aa one restriction and other llmita- t
tvlp Mr. Dutton's brothe \ branch of the farming plant require ,
njpalr. yon tteva'
White-a real ,value since the :rear which closed lions In the exposure of.nrp....cash A
Mrs. ,
Buy Canova Mr. and
Any Other.; Mr. and Mrs Paul E. sister 30r 1930" be .a,.. "This 'Is a more expenditure, such as for new
imposed bet .
by underwriter
I and son Paul III. spent ChristmasDay They were en route achievement for the decline machinery, fencing, livestock eta, :year ; "' '
.
and bank authorities. ,
: la Ocala with! Mrs.. Canova where they will It may be necessary, to limit other supervisory
$1.7 :$1-00 I 1930 had been. precipitate\ and
Pr.; :ti .1 The sharp reduction! fn the
i mete
a j '", Mr. Dutton' .
' rUt .
a0'r.
a
: eysadyr grlNw" resulting S
-- '--' .". iiico Duttuu.In reached the all-time high of$28, 7t. budget Helps to tormalele'a' Ct
A.. t 1 :" EXTRA HPBCIAL I fliiancla program. It 1* of special Importune hum beak robbery tot year >
I.'DII8' A the amount "
PELT I year ago was "overshadowed by the killing of
BELL CORD Mrs. E. E.' Canova. :Miss Mary many homes here $21,126,534,000, a loss lu three In arranging to meet special 2 bask employees, one b.ar'aDd ; ,
and L. A. Canova spent happy family or large expenditures. If the Income i eH
Canova : of $7.853,097.000. This year the 6 arresting officers,1 and aiaee ,
In Gainesville as mas Day among the and expenditures are carefully
ooln Slippers Christmas Day stands at U1,8I1..000. '
last August bank robbery also cost
OVERALLS ths
I It spendIng
prevents
t and ){ J. J. dinner party given budgeted
the guests of Mr. n. a ., too have gained In the lives of 16 criminal sad caused r '
'' of money needed for Interest and
White and those
Canova. going from 39.2(2,442 on :
i taxes before the lime of payment. physical: Injuries to 10 bank employees
t and a variety ef : s Triple Stitched. Full Cut. gathering were Mr. SO. 1933 to 39.863,174 on Jane Tbe Agricultural Commission ef 12 bystanders, fl arrsatlag: n

Y Colors.I and' Double Bib Pockets-only Dr.,' and Mrs. S. P, Vandlviere ccorire C.T Whit., & i year, a gain of 299.732.! Four I the American Bankers Association officers and 5 bandits, a totat ef *2., '
.
and eon PItner of Greenville, White, of : ago there were 63,729,433 de casualties ,; ?''
feels that this type of work I* *e
Ala., area holiday guests, of her Mrs. L. C. Ray.Mr. : ., or one depositor for each Important that special emphasis aa* Investigations by the association's,, Y

29c a Pr. $1.00 a Pr. parents Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Al White and children; la tile country. Now .been placed upon the Held) of tara agent resulted to the arrest of M, ,,

derman.Mrs. Dorothy, Carol White ,Is one account for each '.J Inventories, budgets and credit statements forgers 42 bandit and ODe bll'aJar.1'or..7..f ? h
White, Jr..; Mlssse '." the bank f
as oa* of Its national proletor ? 141 criminal re. ''J:
IT PAYS TO BUY 'ATSTEnS.B'ERG,9S S. ... Hamrlck left Tuesday Olive Ray. I -r .' < fans aid. pert**)a. being atarheaded dWng 4i i tJ

tor Sebrtnr.taspwut the koU- Moscrip's place-kicking the period. : ; .:1: ,
and Gate cannot see I r,
) I daughter days with CoL her and stsvta-Uw Mr .
,K oilman j aDr acute in the dusk this) year.w y jalU. of unexplored land.Aill' !level than, the earth': arfact4 J. ',

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PAGE SIX BRADFOK"* COUNT"fcr, : tAFII. 8TARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER
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the'colored man pull up in front cash for a big bunch '
...... of "
Potato Act -_ 1 T P'I... of his competitor's store load up a Rastua rolled his stuff,

Now In EffectJ. t lot of groceries and pay cash for "Poh de Lawd's sake eyes Boss and Said:

the lot. didn't know you sold for i.-h

j Edwin Larson-, Collector of LIVE STATE NEWSNews So he approached Rastus and Ex.
FARMERS SECTION said: "Here I've carried you ----.__.__ _
Internal Revenue for Florida, ad- -
through two or three poor seasons Physicists believe that
vises that the "Potato Act" recent- and when have the cash *I the
of Florida In Short Paragraphs now you near future they will be
Agents
Conducted by Demonstration ly passed by Congress, became effective you go to the other store and pay make any element synthetlcaL to
December 1. The provisions .

F i of the act do not effect potatoes .... -
and harvested to December ., .. -- the
11 r jj-- grown prior .".... -- -- - serving
1, and the provisions of the
-' act apply only to Irish or white RECAPTURED' BOY-MURDERER

RURAL Hints To Housewives potatoes, and do not apply to sweet TALLAHASSEE The state PENSACOLA-Eleven year old CROSS STATE

COMMON SENSE potatoes. The tax, which is imposed prison bureau has announced the Dewey Thomas Albritton was held \.

Weekly from Home Demonstration by the act, Js threefourthsof recapture of Joe Caruso who escaped on a charge of second degree mur- CANAL SECT OI
SPUDS JOHNSON a cent a pound on potatoes. Po- from the state hospital for der by a coroner's Jury after an
J wI By Specialist, Tallahassee tatoes produced at home and consumed the Insane at Chattahoochee by ty- Inquest before County Judge Har-

in the household are not Ing bed sheets from a second story vey Page at Nokomis today for
SOME GOOD PRACTICES TO MORE CITRUS RECIPES subject to the tax. Tax Is sup- window. the death of John Davis Walker,

WHICH FARMERS SHOULD Orange Layer Cake posed to be paid on first sale, .-- his thirteen year old Indian boy
GIVE ATTENTION IN 1036 Use 1.2 cup butter, 1 cup sugar, hence it will usually become the EXPENSIVE FIRE schoolmate. The shooting is said

j 2 egg yolks, 1-" teaspoon grated obligation of the grower to pay the TALLAHASSEE-Two-year old to have resulted from a boyish argument -
A new year la here, and agricultural orange rind, 1-" cup water, 2 cups tax. Stamps will be supplied for' John L. Williams Jr., has learned between the Albritton boy

skies In Florida are much flour, 1.8 teaspoon salt, 3 tea the use of those who are obligated. already how to.start a fire with and his Indian schoolmate two
brighter than thoy have been for spoons baking powder, 2 stiffly to pay the tax. matches, paper and kindling wood. weeks ago.,

some time. Florida farmers have beaten egg whites and 1-" cup or- There are numerous provisions He started one using: paper takingIt 9.. xA
weathered a most difficult period, ange juice. in the act and those who are Inter- from his father's billfold. It cost b
and it now seems probable that PRIZE FOR SPEED .
fat add ested Information from
Cream the sugar grad- can secure $13 in currency.
they will be able to make substantial ually, then well-beaten egg yolks Mr. Larson, in Jacksonville.. .. DAYTONA BEACH ."Interna .

progress during 1936. grated rind, orange juice and water -I .. 975,000 FIRE tional speed racing on Daytona
There are a number of things slowly. Sift the flour, salt and I DE FUNIAK'SPRINGS fire Beach will not be dead if a $10,000
1' CONTROL MEASURE FORPOTATO .
,y that will help us In our farming In baking powder together and add BROWN ROT IS of undetermined origin swept prize to be captured by anyone
1938, and they should be given half of it to the cake mixture. :Void through the second floor of the who can break Sir Malcolm Camp-
EVOLVED AT HASTINGS
consideration around the first of In one-half of the egg whites, Flsher-Stlnsnn building here Sun- bell's 301 miles an hour here, can

1' the year when we are making then remainder of flour mixture HASTINGS-An effective meth- day. The damage was estimatedby revive It. Mayor E. H. Armstrongof J.--., '. ; 1; j
plans for future months. To mention and last the rest of the egg whites. owners at $79,000, partly cov- this city said he will ask the
od of controlling brown rot of _
: all of them would hardly be Mix well between each addition. ered by insurance. city commission to include a $10-
been
I white potatoes has developed
possible in one short article, and 'Bake In two large or three small 000 appropriation In its 1938 bud-
at the laboratory here of the Florida .
s too there are certain local problems greased layer cake pans In a moderate Agricultural Experiment Sta- BUILDING INCREASE get to be used as a bounty to induce 8.
:y which farmers In each section oven 15 to 20 minutes. Put someone, preferably an Amer-
lon. Potatoes are being planted JACKSONVILLE Increase
should study. However, a few together with filling of frostingand ican, to seek a new automobile travel "I
this winter in a number of fields of nearly 100 per cent was shownIn Only system covering
general thought are given here. cover top and sides with Or- speed record in Daytona. Beach.
where the soil has been freed of building construction as recorded -
The supply of soil moisture lat ange Butter Frosting. he brown rot disease organism. from thirty-four Florida cities ALL the new canal territory
one of the determining factors in Orange Butter Frosting H. Eddlna BASS: LAW IN COURTTALLAHASSEEFlorida'a
Dr. A. plant pathologist during the month of November, as
the success or failure of our crops. Take teaspoons grated orange in charge of the loboratary, against the same month a year ban Florid Motor Ibum DeW. itrMmUncd buses ..rv_ the *ntlcrouiUte ,.
This was clearly demonstrated two rind, 4 tablespoons orange juice, 3 worked out the process. ago, according figures releasedby on the shipment of black bass caw terrlfKr. croautnq It at Its most strataqlo i

u or three years ago when drought tablespoons butter, 3 cups sifted Brown rot Is caused by a bacterIal the Florida State Chamber of came Into the supreme court last point on the EM Coast two point la Central Florida ud
h visited a large part of the United confectioners' sugar, 1-2 teaspoon Commerce. November 1933 showsa the W.it Cad No other transportation s '
organism which cannot live in week for a test of its validity. The on system serves the r
States. Of course, we cannot regulate grated lemon rind, 2 teaspoons
extremely acid lands. The method total of $2,992,422 while the court ordered the Issuance of a whole of tte canal roglon..only by Florida Motor lines
the rainfall, but we can help lemon Juice, 1 egg yolk, unbeaten, devised by Dr. Eddins Is to apply same month last year showed pei- writ directing the Southeastern can you roach all ol 111. moil Important clU.s on II* routs
to conserve moisture for a dry pe- I and 1-8 teaspoon salt. inoculated sulphur to the land mite totalling: only $1,583,338. Express to show cause why It Wh.lh.r It bolo title on the canal or to uywhr In I1orlcla.then's ,

F}a riod. Nothing will determine for' the Add orange and lemon rind to when,the potato crop is removedin ---- should not accept a bass for ship- a fait fteot of Flo-Ida. Motor Uns streamlined buita
capacity of the soil holding fruit Juice and let stand 10 minutes the spring, thus Inducing a high DADE CENTENNIAL ment from Palatka to Tlfton, Ga. 1..vtag al convenient.. bequest time. Fare are always ;! '
water more than vegetable matter'or \
1 ; strain if desired. Cream but- degree of acidity before the sum- BUSHNELL -.Plans for the The writ, issued to P. D. Fulwoodof feasoaablskJacksonville
% humus. Warm winters and
ter, add. egg yolk and salt and mix mer Is over. 'For most of the potato Dade Memorial Centennial observance Tifton, was made returnable tI
abundance of rains certain
at seasons well. Add part of sugar gradually around already d __$ .80 Orlando 2.60 I
in of lands Hastings, to be held at Dade Park, January 7. Fulwood was repre- tt
humus result or vegetable rapid depletion matter In blending after each addition. somewhat acid, about 800 Bushnell, Saturday December 28 sent In the litigation by Hilburn Tampa ___--_ 2.60. Ocala _----- 1.00 .

Florida soils. We need to keep Add remaining sugar, alternatelywith pounds per acre of inoculated sulphur commemorating the 100th anniver- and Merryday, Palatka attorneys. | Mima -------- 5.80 W. Palm Beach 5.80 t d
fruit juice, until of right con- Eddins _. ... '
? has sufficed. Dr. sary of the massacre of Major ----- y -
r supply growing vegetable legumes on matter.our lands These to sistency to spread.. Beat after says that It is necessary to bring Francis L.. Dade and his commandon FULL RECIPROCITY UNION BUS STATION ;

; each addition until smooth. Makes the pH reading down to 4.00 or the Identical spot December 28, TALLAHASSEEAutomobiles

'i legume from crops the air also, and gather help to nitrogen keep- enough frosting to cover tops and lower for the bacteria to be killed, 1835, have been completed. Speakers and other vehicles which are prop I MRS. E. II. SMITH, Agent fM1 ,

the soil fertile. They make the sides of two 9-lnch layers, or top and the quantity of Inoculated sulphur will include Secretary of In- erly licensed in their own states
and sides of 8 x 8 x 2 inch cake
t soil easier to cultivate, and furnish about 3 dozen necessary will. vary from soil terlol Harold Ickes who is expected may, operate in Florida, B. F. Mi-
) food for plants. Crop rota- (generously) or to soil. from Washington for the event, zell, motor vehicle commissioner,
tion plans should certainly Include medium cup cakes. Then in the fall, before' potato Judge J. C. B. Koonce of Eustls, said recently. Referring particularly -

r legumes, both winter and sum- Orange Marmalade Cake planting time, lime Is added to the author of the bill which created to trailers from other states
Use 1-2 cup shortening, 1 cup soil to bring the reaction back up Dade Memorial Park, Governor which do not require that they be

4' mer.Many citrus are install- sugar, 2 eggs, 1 1-2 cups flour, to pH 5.00 or higher and restore Dave Sholtx who will Introduce licensed, Mlzell said his depart-
growers to enable 1-2 teaspoon cinnamon, 1-2 tea- satisfactory conditions for pota- Secretary Ickes, and Hon. W. F. ment would follow a policy of "full 1

ing them irrigation to keep their systems trees supplied spoon cloves, 1-2 teaspoon allspice, toes. Both 2,000 and 3,000 pounds Himes of Tampa.nla reciprocity" with other states Mi- 1

r with adequate moisture at all 1-2 teaspoon nutmeg, 1-2 cup but- per acde of agricultural limestone sell said vehicle owners would be- 1I

<< times. This keeps the' trees In termilk, 1-2 cup orange marmalade, gave satisfactory results. Dr. Ed- explained. come subject to Florida's laws, I
k' good condition and tends toward 1.2 cup ecans, and 1.2 cup candied dins explains\ that care should be Following determination of all however, as soon as they become i
ay balanced production each year. fruit (citron or orange. peel). exercised not to add enough lime 'county allotments, tentative Individual residents of the state..
Cream the shortening add the to make' the soil approximatelyneutral grower: allotments will be 6
a More hay and home-grown feedsare' sugar gradually and the well beaten In reaction, since potato worked out and announced.Mr. COLD DAMAGE How Calotabs Help NatureTo
:' needed, always. The farm
eggst Sift the flour once before scab disease gives trouble in such Dennis, "in announcing the LAKELAND-Wintry temperature -
should produce enough feed for ev measuring. Sift the flour, soda and soils., allotments for,twenty-seven counties encroached Florida' Fri
animal It. There on Throw Off Bad ColdMillions
ery on are a number
'k' of crops which can be used for spices together and add'alternately The organism producing brown emphasized the fact that they day night and Saturday, causing : a i

4 this purpose, and they will reduce with the buttermilk. Add mar- rot of potatoes also causes bacterial are tentative and are subject to undetermined damage to vegetable have found In I' Second. Calotabs are diuretic to thi oj
costs of keeping animals. malade, then nuts and fruit. Pour wilt of tomatoes, eggplant, peppers change If necessary.The crops and setting thousands of most valuable aid in the I'I kidneys, promoting the eliminates,t}
Into well greased and floured pan tobacco, okra and many oth- tentative smudge pots to smoking In citrus of colds. They take one or of cold poisons from the system.Tbuftlotabs II
following county
; Costa i of production should be and bake about 45 minutes at 3SO lets the first night and I I I I C serve the double purpose of I
er cultivated crops and wild plants In bushels of groves. Unofficial estimates place of
low allotments ( potatoes third or fifth night It a purgative and diuretic both I
kept as as possible. Suiting A
.. the to the land will help'wcomplish degrees F. In a moderate oven. in Florida and other parts of the that may be"sold tax-free) were ed the crop loss due to Friday How do Calotabs help toxinea.'I(I I which are needed in tho treatment
crop 9 Inch square cake pan Is preferred world. Estimates of losses causedin announced by' the district agent: .night's frost at from $1,000,000 to throw on a cold? First, I'of colds.
i this and the better economical;
only I
one of the most thorough I I Calotabs are quite
1? grades of land should be used .for size.Note the Hastings potato belt duringthe Alachua, 142,157: Lee 76,978; Hardee. 2000000.. Truck crops in the Lake pendable of all Intestinal only twenty-five cents for the fnl1llr! I III
-. cultivated : Sour orange, kumquat, last three years are $25,000, 16,127; Palm Beach, 51,606; Okeechobee section-mostly peas, thus cleansing the Intestinal I package, ten cents for the trial I
crops.Marketing llmequat, grapefruit, calamondlnpreservesalone $50,000 and $117,000,. respectively Manatee, 17,122; DeSoto, 29,921; peppers and beans-were hard hit.So the germ-laden mucus and I II package AdrJ
demands attention or combined may Flagler, 283.874; Putnam, 420,497; far no damage has resulted to J
*; now more than ever before. It Is be used In place of the marmalade TENTATIVE POTATOALLOTMENTS Clay, 53,162,' Broward. 27.555; orange, grapefruit, tangerine and a ___ rJ i
.) : unlikely that such high prices for and candled fruit. A very delicious FOR *7 Hlllsborough, 37,663; St. Johns, lemon trees.
citrus and other farm products as
cake! COUNTIES ANNOUNCED 893.168; Brevard, 2.603; Polk, 16- .
I IIf: prevailed from six to ten years ago -' 670; Osceola,, 7,183; Lake, 8,333; FUMES KILL WOMAN
will return again soon. Better qua- Pennies spend for Christmas GAINESVILLE Tentative allotments
you Seminole 15,935; Sarasota, 4,500; MIAMI-Officials have determined -
': lily, attractive packs, and other Seals today will help protect ev- for twenty-seven countiesIn Union 25,375; Bradford 21,616; that a sparrow caused the e
':tIthings/ will enable a grower to get eryone and may save your life to- the AAA program In Florida Charlotte, 4,642; Volusla, 39,880; death of Mrs Albert Bullard, SB.

.:[5\\ morrow. were announced this week by R. Marion 11,320; Highlands, 5,562; of Chicago, here last Saturday.

S. Dennis, assistant district agentIn Okeechobee, 12,052; Indian River, The sparrow ,built Its neat in the
: Medicated the best prices for his products. charge. of the program In this 27,682; and Duval, 6,130. flue which carried fumes away

with We should of course give our state. The 'state allotment In the national from a gas heating system. Mrs.
Ingredients of children the very best chance pos Allotments for other counties potato program is 3,087,000 i 3ullard was found dead, and her

Vicks VapoRub sible and encourage them in their will be announced as soon as all bushels, which, is to be divided husband beside her unconscious
"-H'club work which 'Will helpto records and data have been checked among counties and individual I Plumbing Inspector William Im-

VicKs COUGH DROP f make good farmers and farm and the quantities of potatoesto growers. In order to stay within ,and determined yesterday that the +
: women of them.Announcement. be sold tax free are determined, the bounds of the state allotment, I nest clogged the flue, and that

Mr. Dennis said. it probably will be necessary to Mrs. Bullard was a victim of carbon -

Although some adjustment in make adjustments In county and monoxide poisoning. A dead ,
county allotments will be necessary individual allotments before the bird was found In the nest. S ,.,t.' ,
stamps are now being Issued program set-up Is complete. From /.0.

to growers who are qualified to sell five to ten per cent of the tenta- Seaboard To Put
tax-free potatoes and who have tive county allotments are to be
EXTRA "LIFT" IN H-C
I.t. early crops. County and Individual reserved for making adjustments, On 'Streamliners'New
allotments will be made In all Mr. Dennis said He expects the -' .
counties before any heavy move entire program to be complete ear- streamlined, airconditioned -
ment of potatoes begins, Mr; Den- ly In the new year. motor coach trains--representative means_ 15% to 2O% more
$rt of the latest in rail trans-
r.K ,.
>ortatlon-are soon to placed
smooth'power
We have the most modern ,Cold Storage BOREE FUNERAL HOME in operation on local schedules by
Full line of Caskets A Undertakers Supplies the Seaboard Air Line Railway between t

' and Meat Curing Plant in Central Florida- AMBULANCE SERVICE Richmond and Raleigh;
DAY AND NIGHT y Jacksonville, Tallahassee, and River -
53 PHONE 53 Junction; and Jacksonville and
with modern smoke house in connection.
a O. II. BENNETT, Mgr. .' Tampa. The trains are rapidly
"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" .'nearing completion in the shops of'the
American Car and Foundry
I Company, the builders, in Berwick,
t1; NO INCREASE IN PRICESWe f Pa. Delivery Is expected the latter -

FUNERAL, DIRECTORMy part of December or early in
January It was announced by T.
ManyYears Experience Make It Possible for Me to Render ,J. Griffin, Seaboard's1 agent here.

Specialize In Sugar Cured Meats EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS' .SERVICE The .streamliners"" are slxty-
MODERATE PRICES four feet, one Inch long, and havea
St I '> FluridaJUl'l' seating eapacltvf'! : < }jvenpusaongtrs. "
t WE-. .INVlr&-, YOUR. ,INSPEC.;.v:.r } C. JONES I ii.a busio ILL,".. ural C'
materials are steel with alumnium
sheathing, and the construction Is I

of full streamlined design. Theyare

GAINESVILLE ICE & powered by huge gasoline en- J

For Expert RepairingSmith's. gines, operate on standard rails, :
are nine feet wide, and ten feet

Eft,' five Inches in height from the rail. _
, to the top of the roof. --..--.-..-,
COLD STORAGE CO. lift 2tf 51 i'l lss
I G rage Tins USUAL REWARD I On gallon could a ?ton Triceratops

A merchant down In Texas carJ J Aik the Slncbtr D../.r
t. L. GEORGE, MOR.h ried one of his colored customers '

( Phone.>> ..1067 1201N. Grove St.. Phone ,120 Finally through a a bumper couple of crop crop was failures.produced Agent Sinclair Ktfining ComponyjfliFOR ....,

which enabled the darkey 8INCLAIR.JTIODUCTS
Gainesville, Florida ,Wrecker Service Day or Night to pay off the merchant and have

I I. a sizable tethemedternooDheAw chunk of cash left.: J. H. WrA.iNWRiGHT FLORIDA Agt.

STARK. ,

x $14 d i''I0},t4 iw r ...1 f'4KeY' S$4'd3v4? {Rrk3 fy l't'i} .
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DECEMBER %7, 10SS KKAIH-- .Kl ('u'J1'II'r:1,1'' ; \ SIAItKK' "" .OR'''" PAGE BEVENTaTABKB I'

-- .. --- -- ________ .. .. __ ___ ___ __ .. ...
I ------- ------ ------ -- ------
, CHOBCn u 'g man 'ho was looking future the Senator Bald It was)
Keeping Peace lash[ For State
BAPTiST LIVE MY ''own at her with blaring gray indicated that the new allotment

FIRST Rev C., B. LIFE" .,08. Becomes ProblemThe Canal Promised will be made "as high as possible." I IwRr

Sunday School, 10 "I was Just leaving" she said

Thomas, Supt. GRECIAN SKIES. He lowered his vclco confiJcntl.il- oc.ing rather fusion.Teiry spark la rapidly approach- WASHINGTONPresident

A.Morning J. Worship .- I 'V. "Now I think that Kay: Is very o'Nell eyed her severely.L '\g the European powder-keg. Roosevelt has promised another Sh Shoi

B. Y. P. U. 6:45: p. Chapter One fond of you and frankly I 1 .. a lucky thing you dldn hit tussoUnl has definitely anld that cash allotment for the continuance
the statue." : Italy's neighbors apply san e- 01' work on the Cross State Ship
Evening;' Worship : with great favor upon the prospectof ''
lona and shut off from her such Canal according to an announcement -
of the "Yes, I might have broken
S Teachers: engines gleaming your marriage to her. my '
S. necessities as oil, she will fightknd made by Senator Duncan U. rr,
6:45 p. m. Bentley yacht: silently came Gene backed up a step, stammering neck. <
day.Mid-week Prayer aa the splendid craft made "Why why I never I wasn't ttilnklrs uf that I You otherP'eat/ powers led by Fletcher following a contereneuwith
the President at the White
that the
nesday 7:30: p. m.Methoaua. near the Isle of Naxos thought you liked me much. Ills might have broken her neck." He France are determined House
Grecian coast. face lit up. "You could do a lot looked up. "Wax. The derrick! stiffest possible sanctions shall be
.jut Into effect war or no war. President Roosevelt Indicatedthat
Bentley golden of skin and for me. Next to the old lady you \ Jie he around Here Is something that has the new allotment will be
top glanced Impa-
B. M. of know you run the family..
Rev. hair was languidly
tiently then tut ned to her. Va&htngton worried and has Am- granted on the basis of relief
Sunday School-10 herself with of The doctor interrupted smoothly.
a game said. !
'Where's mule" mean exporters wondering. The needs, Senator Fletcher <
Morning Worship Finally, she stopped "Let's make It in the form of a y.ur
united States la officially neutral
IVy mule The President will confer with
Epwoith League- : herself over the rail in little bargain shall we? In return '
"Yes. You didn't walk up here. he President following the reso- Harry L. Hopkins, and the appro-
Evening Worship : of the for my helping you with Kayyou'll
appreciation Where did you tie your; mule?" lution approved by the last Con- priation will be made? in the near
You are invited to see to it that I'm permittedto
scenery. :y gestured vaguely "I I ,1'las., proclaimed neutrality as -
ices. seventh son( of a seventh serve In exactly the same capacity :. ,jJn t tie him anywhere: I I ocn as Italian-Ethiopian hustlll- embargo on oil, scrap Iron and the /?.?. / N. Demy say: f
that I her father as
Presbyterian a line of butlers, approach- advisor serve. v thought he'd just hang around. Ics began warned Americana to rest would be a serious blow to 1 have found nothing in the "

Rev George H. "Would you care for some general Tarry smiled with irritating indulgence. -ay off the, ships of combatants, American commerce would be re- part 20 years/ that can take the
10:00 a. m.- Kay?" Gene was puzzled. Even his not "A mule doesn't "ju t orbade Americans to sell arms flected In unemployment and bus- place of Dr Hides Anti-Pain
". too nimble brain Lad perceived by that muchof and Implements of war to thejjittling mess retrogression at home.
11:00: A. M.- ; She looked at him hang around.; He Isn't Pill! They are a sure relicor
now that the doctor bad some nations So the big question is: How can "
sermon by the "Is .it tea time already: an ass. my headache.
8:00: p. m.-Young/ like only six weeks since ulterior motive" in mind. "Of His attitude] had begun to annoy So far so good. But there is we keep peace remain strictly Sufferers from Headache, "
Service. Repressed resentment was course. 'ay. "Well, where is he then?" treat difficulty In deciding Just neutral, and still not penalize ourselves
per Neuralgia Toothache Backache
the Doc- ;Ir
word
7:30 p. m.- voice. "And now in about "You have my"that ,the she asked insolently. hat "war materials" are, beyond I too heavily? Sciatica, Rheumatism Lumbago
we'll have dinner. But tor continued money "I don't know. And there isn't uch apparent fighting essentials Neuritis Muscular Periodic
Pains
TRAIN SCIIEDULE
Rosewood Baptist they won't want dinner Kay receives from her grandmother mother spare one in cnmp. It looksas ,a rifles cartridges; tanks, air- Pains write that they have k
settlement will be invent Our schedule changes Sunday.
R.v. L. G. they'll play bridge right aa a If you return to the village without planes. Example:; Italy is a large used Dr. Miles Anti-Pain PilU
ed and that Kay would December 8, 1035: and trains will
safely approve -
Services ," benefit of mulo. American oil cotton, i it
every of what I do with it." uyer of run aa follows: with better results than they had iIS. ,
Study 10:15: a. m. highly: probable Miss Kay" The old fellow breathed Tut how?" jcrapiiron and copper.. None ofhese SounthboundNo even hoped for. ft'
o'clock In afternoon. wily "Walk. And hurry please. ThereIs commodities Is on the pre-
thankfully. The debt of his best 1-Due Starka ll:3t: P. M Countless American housewives 1'iU'
glared. "Yes, Just aa they work to be done and I don'twant scribed list as each serves a uso- would
friend Bentley was but a droo In No 15-Due Starke 4.08: P. M no more thinkof "off
BETHEL BAPTIST night and the night before to be rude. ful purpose In time of peace. Yett keeping house without "
bucket tj whatKay' No. 107-Due Starke 9:11: A. M. Dr.
the compared
Rev. L. A. before that. Good heav- "Hah!" she laughed hollowly. is a fact that each of them is Miles Anti-Pain Pills than with. t
settlement would be. The No. 191-Due Starke 10:29: P. M. ,
Services every first I they know we're In "You don't want to be rude." Then likewise used In war--and that If out Hour
debt could easily be taken care of NorthboundNo or sugar. Keep a package u
Sunday School 2:30 T Romantic 'mysterious she smiled with apparent good Italy were entirely unable to get In medicine cabinet and
and Bentley could slide out of a 2-Due Starke 5:22: A. M your r4i
T" nature her violet dancing at hem she could not on in
and carry
eyes
'Bible Study
needless
yourself "
cave suffering '
safely. Best though, No. 16-Due Starke 12:40: P. M.
every Saturday night., Piper, his weakly hand- not tight to spot tell him about it until it was him. "All right I walk." Ethiopia or elsewhere No 108-Due Starke 5:19: P. M. At Drug Store*- 5c and $1.00
wreathed in a smile uncertain to-
She took step
an The dtflculttes inherent In this
Stnrke and Wannee Branch
on deck and walked up to all over. ward the trail but with a sudden situation are enormous. We might I- -apq.1Mla.exs' br
No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A. M.
First Christian discreetly left. "It's a bargain," Gene declared. low cry crumpled to the ground. make It illegal to sell such com
No. 102-Arrives Starke 1BO: P.M
Rev. W. T. Gene" Kay said with "The money doesn't really mean Terry rushed to her assistance modities to Italy Inasmuch as she T. J. GRIFFIN Aim-I ia PIUS ;

Bible School, 10 a. sarcasm, "'1 didn't know much to me of course. I'm not sayIng "Now what is It?" Is not a big customer But whatIf .4 ..

CommunIon. 11 a. on board." that It doesn't mean anything" Her lips quivered pitifully. "I war struck In Germany Japan,

Christian Endeavor at her shamefaced: he added with hasty sincerity. I'm afraid I must have done England and France-which are Helping Your Family to Better

;Prayer meeting : terrible Isn't It? I mean "After all, I haven't got a nickel something to my ankle when I big customers? In that case an

p. m. bridge all the time. But It's Kay I want and it's Kay fell." .

Preaching Second know how your father Is." I'm in love with. ."" He touched it gingerly but as CONTROL t1 COLDS
la. and 8 p. m. nodded. "Well I She. nodded. "It's really been
suppose Stafford nodded solemnly. "And Kay winced and yelped, he quickly
an employee of Gage and Kay shall have." He paused withdrew his hand. Then he sweet of you to carry me this far 'If .' A
you
St. Mark it Is to your benefit to do "Within ninety days" They shook looked at her in exasperation. I've really enjoyed it so much. ButI e b wp
.
.(.Service on second boss says, She spread hands on It. "Young lady do you realize that think I can make" it now by my- ,

fifth Sundays at 11 mockingly. "It isn't as "Let's go find her" Gene sug- I'm having more trouble gettingrid self. Goo'bye. ..
Litany and choir were in love or anything." gested happily. of you than I bad locating and And with no semblance of a \.

7:30 o'clock on Friday eyes clouded over with They both started as they heard digging up that statue?" She nodded limp, she casually strolled off, \ '

ceeding Sunday 4Tm sorry you feel that the putt-putt of a motor launch humbly. "Well I might as well Terry sank to a rock gaping at l\: ,

said stiffly. bearing Kay and Grove away from get It over with. I'll carry you i I her In sheer astonishment. Look- I k
Kay waa contrite. they ship. Kay waved to them down myself" Ing back, Kay could not restrain a When Colds Threaten.. If a Cold Strike .

minute, Gene. I'm sorry gaily. Swinging her up In his lean muscular II.. triumphant. laugh at his ludicrous Vicks Va-tro-nol help Vicks VapoRub helps ,

didn't mean to say that "Whither ?" the Doctor arms he. started down the. expression
BOB wistfully. "I've Just yelled."Grove. away trail with her. With a mischievoussmile The sheer affrontery of it was Prevent many Colds End a Cold sooner

: darned lonely and miser- and I are eloping" Kay she snuggled up to his shoul all Terry needed to galvanize him At the first warning sneeze or nasal Eta cold has already developed use ?

[ Comments trip tell you what. shouted back. "Isn't it romantic T1' to action. He started after her. Irritation quick I-a few drops of VlcklVspoltubthemother'.tandbyVicki

And the two of us go ashore "As a matter of fact" Grove I der.As they moved along the path When he had caught up with her upeuch nontril EllpeIn( treating colds. Rubbed on at bed- l y

and have a swell screamed with hasty discretion I Terry was grim. "The minute I fleeing figure he picked her up In cially designed for nose and throat, time, Its combined poultice-vapor

+'we're going after bridge cards saw that yacht come In here this his arms again and strode off up wlu'renostcnfdsstarfVe-tro-nolhelp. tion loosens phlegm, soothes Irrita

a bargain!!" Gene beamed and food. 'morning I knew It would bring me the pAth to prevent. many colds-and to throw tlontwlpsbrcnkconllellllon.Oftenb"off

"Thou shalt have being so quickly forgiven. Kay grimaced. "And in a pinchwe'll bad luck." "Where are you taking me?" head colds in their early stages morning the worst of the cold Is over.,

before me." In other Gene Piper! It was G. get along without the food." Kay tossed her head. "What she demanded, pounding futilely on {
Follow Vicks Plan for Better Control of ColdsA
says "I must have him back to the his back with her fists.His .
calling makes think I belong to the
life." As the launch bore them acro.sthe you helpful guide fewer colds and shorter, colds Developed by Vicks
your voice "Back
was
grim. up
; bay Grove brought to view his yacht? Chemists and Medical Staff tested In extensive clinics .
change a man's Idol ; ; by practicing
assuring Kay that he Baedeker and began to read to His mouth twisted Into a wrysmile that mountain.
has physicians-further proved in everyday home use by millions -
regenerated man back to make his ex- Kay from It. "Naxos Is the largest "In the first place you're) not (Kay has gotten herself In n jam !
overmastering thing' sihisHm"I The Plun Is fully explained in each Vicks package
the Gene left. dressed like-a Greek by her foolish trick What revenge
afternoon. of the Cyclades It Is tra- exactly peas- I ..
is our god. It may the pacht library, O. P. versed from north to south by a ant. And In the second place where]I does Terry have In mind T Will he \ '4u.Open" lieu,; with C.AGt 71oo"Lt. etevy
be \\53/
It may passion. motioned Gene to a mountain ridge ." else could a girl like you come allow her to leave the mountain? Mmfat ',:30 T. w. (*, .. T) NBC......,....-

,pride. It may be the up and running off Kay snickered. "Keep it clean, from except off a yacht. j, Don't miss next week's thrilling. ;' ;: '
er. We speak of I' Installment.) rD tI Mill/o Vle1fA tJ. U..cY 1rt, \ftfet'! (""trol of Cold s
false ., he fumed. "Sit down Grove" He was looking at the tailored 1 I

ica shipping'thelr Is filled with as if you meant it." I I Grove looked at her reproach- perfection of her slacks and blouse

liens who worship a G. P. .".' fully. "Tourists are warned against that cunningly sot off the lovely I

the ." I entering the mountainous regions curves of her figure Then he hastily _
aa truly as poor
entered and handed I averted his ,
without
gaze
,boys in front of a !above the town a properly
"Their sorrows shall a radiogram. Reluctant armed escort. The entire region Is They proceeded In silence for a A

that hasten after other his cards he perused it infested with brigands while when Kay suddenly started

is also a statement then eyed it with a va The launch drew up at the pier singing In a loud raucous voice.

there Finally she stopped.
of God. The Romana near which was a dirty rri
gods and worshipped I Stafford, glancing over squalid market place. Instantly "Shall I keep on, singing or canI

Rome was a head of rose and suggested Grove and Kay were mobbed by ask you some questions?" she i
retire to Bentley's suite free asked archly a a a
dust of the centuries dozens of beggars. Fighting 1 a s ,,
the bones of dead moments. with difficulty they made their His lips twitched: "Ask me some

went/ off after false his room, Bentley rap- way to the market. questions" .. tiThe
a stiff drink. He wig- "What's the Greek word for "Are you English?" CPFEII If. I OPPt7t No./
AU FIVE
'e' .......eI...Parse. I ,.. ) r0s OMY
and Belfa t. audura I
jaws pathetically bridge cards? Grove yelled back "Irish. a....a..ri... ... roa om' Xgrtaillutbt. y.a
What we love and to the doctor for a com- over his shoulder."Idgbray 'What' happened to your brogue." Country Ham 11....' J Country K.se,1 y arTho ;i
mine what we, are. If word. Ards-cay.: I "I never had one, I don't smokea FJUfD am 1.und'. I fen $1 80 Pars Tmnal I year 1.SO

.we;are sinners.: '"If shook his head In dis As Grove moved to one of the clay pipe and I don't sing tenor.. Pot THIS OB NEWSPAPER Y.... = AND ra THIfl OM NEWSPAPER YM ,

,keep my ., "Looks like the fin stalls all of the vendors Imme- Her cheek was close to his and he

ia what God says to hundred thousand dol- diately left their tasks and rushed could detect the faint fresh scentof

Love endeavors to' days to raise it in." to him with their wares. her skin. C yB"u
loved.' If we love God sank back in his chair "Idge-bray ards -cay!I" Grove He halted abruptly and let her OFFER NO- /NoCgLCs'Qtoty

'deavor to please God. a ruined man. If I bor- staggered out, his arms filled with down on the ground "We'll rest Pfetod ? h

"I do always the things openly it would packages. "Miss Kay! Oh i for a while. I'm tired. THIS NEWSPAPERfor

the Father.** He firm." Miss Kay!" he called In desperation "Sissy," she Jeered.He -' waVaaA M1'

'my Father sent me, so your mother-in-law looked at her fiercely, then 1 and S

into the world.". Our about It," Stafford But Kay his disappeared! he started off at a fast loping year

to live day by day in out. pace with Kay receiving the jolt- ,s,1
as to please our Lord. Gage was the rul- Chapter Two Ing of her young life. 3 Big Magazines s,1Y

ye me Lord Lord and of the family rec- She had finally to cry for mer- THIS NEWSPAPER '

things I command no law for her clan but MAN ,OF THE MOUNTAIN cy. "Please! Let's stop. Let'i for full ,
one 9 j;
.Christ must have first : rest.. year r

professing Christians shuddered. '"She'd pay Kay seated astride a burro was "Sissy." I And 4 '
second third or all right," he said bit riding merrily up the side of a hili.I She nodded. "Sure. But let's Q Big Magazines

"There was no room then shed make me She stretched her arms joyously stop.

the inn." What a our Finland office. She I glad to be free for a little while He seated himself on a rock 1 M..ulnefrom Group Ai t 3Magasinsafrom Group j 4i..J1

, might inquire'"Is like me. Picked me out x-* when suddenly her happy smile holding her in his lap.
for. Him In our her daughter because of faded. 'You can put me down on the .

there any room' for and whatnot Now she's There. dressed In dirty togas, grass if you llke.:".she suggested :rSelect Any 3 Magazines s tt : ?

party we are planning Gene Piper to marry, were two villainous looking creatures generously..

""Ia. there any room for ,.' I staring at her from some He disdained the offer. "You From This List UHto.e..a" W.atrr,... .

plan we have outlined rubbed\his chin re- bushe Instantly, she began beat- don t bother. me. Besides, you're "Tru.al..,.' It.a IdleN.aetateNe 1vr. : : Y'
keeper was not to .' "Look G. P. I believe II Ing at the burro with her heels easier to lift this way" B ..n_ 1Msw i G.td.r -: t- Ctrhlaeasld' : gc--t : : yl 1:
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there was no room for Idea. We'll continue the urging him to as fast a pace as the "If your shoulders were just a !Chttss.I laws Gv.w.N..la. .see...e.H.u..hdd IIMe G:=..:'lai.. ,: : i rare -.., ; ; J JIr

the Inn. People had planned and he rose animal would go. little bit fatter" Kay said rubbing Mae_. _, I t_ 0 5 4 ::. (for M.tM i) 11' Ohy/aagi.__.. .lie t"i''

rooms -were taken. ,." you go play some Convinced that she was ridingfor her stomach tenderly "theyd be a 1.1 lunlw t4eC.II'. H..TH....."(.tor...M. _tkml' yw.,... -t"'C.II'.It..seW. .. .. .. fir." ::004",..,., .. .a In S

blame If we shut Jesus Leave the rest to her very life she headed for a lot easier on my middle. M..I. CI...... Iyer O.autl.ua..: ...'' i'e M....rrkn.,"" . jN
_.....,.
of our business plans half-ruined temple nearby the two "You must have a pretty weak "Ows a ad (."., 1 t teen- 0 oneat...U' a.w'.". .II. /llp. .aa/.eye, Ire
and refuse to let Him men In hot pursuit. middle" Terry retorted, "Like all 14 ,........ Moq.- -J C rah pthaede.skli) I"I" ;w.h/askslgI lie .
in the stem with too much money ..IItII..... (...I klr) l- 0 'tNaylr lie
program for fixed him with a Not until she had passed the people 1.1 PlcrI.\p1 a". Ha nrotailta.sae I" .hdlpd/, a Ile
troubl eta that most P.. have I ever let you sign reading. "American Archae- you've become mentally and physically ....,._. iterlee..... .... I" JIr
Ir.KwTw j r
.0.U. "' .lot lr :
run our own affairs ;logical Society Keep Out" did soft. _11 TrIll SSs 0 ,. ,
her rounded chin. ls .en .,......... i.... Croaa i5 -II"a ", A b 2".
cannot do It.' Life Is '* face worked silently. she dare dismount and look around. Kay threw up 14 ". ahethaful jai "' '. J

The problems are too be the first time you've Then she smiled sheepishly. The I "I won't defend my mentality but W.a'7n. C.al..I. W.'d' _I t..r r- .: rune"J.::el. ". 2.s'e.. 9 egea, .a I J JP it

to solve. Therefore you can't do miracles, can two "villains" bad, quite peaceably when you attack my physique you .... ,y.11rrw hy.aMlIWkl:: .. I't f Gera/hf:salt, Iw
hlOdtMih '
mess of all we do. If I gone to work on the little attack my pride 8r.rry'.fw4559, .uk. yeoea"' ... MaWi/ "Wb W.. 1 J",..
I ask but proud. Is that It?" liuulim mUoulJ.Mod.ra }
"Rich !
Him Stafford's in
Into our know. was wooden shack they were process Mxibtrala" a far_1 y....
our social lives. Into "but I can try. of constructing. I Kay considered him for a mo- A a.rla.. Out ,
,
programs and really Gene walking the deck "Throw me a blanket for her ment then struggled .to her feet .111" 39- I / j
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ud4.
our' lives over to Him despair. Clapping a head. with a great show of pain. .i COlI'.... ;

have Hia' way with the young man s shoulder Kay's eyes opened In horror A "Thank you for carrying me this GENTLEMEN | Enclose ..-- FUas Sand M* r.

, Make a auCC<
I It! r around a deep pit In the ground. from here by myself.to hobble Terry S J a.. checking! the ..**....*" d"Ir4 with 1'...'. ....crfp. R
, hollowly. "I have Someone must be hurt. She quickly She started away. tI.. I. Tau paJN" tS
i I Idea. rd probably be the walked too the edge of the pit watched her then with a slow t

." pushing her way through the starIng smile,of admiration hurried after e Nun. .
.
not very gallant of you, group of workmen. her and without word. slung her

r "Look out!" one of them criedIn up on his shoulder. They continued + .
:3fr..essLr.n .
666 can I do? I Just don't terro the journey. 1 .

get anywhere with her." I But Kays foot bad dislodged a "What say we rest for a min-
, shrugged. "Simply be loos clod of earth. She came ute," Kay said when they had .. sad Stel. 1?

LI IU Imo -' ..A.L...... H fighting a lone hand. tumbling down the small Incline,'I reached: the foot of the mountain." 445. .im T.M . . ss.ss .' J

heal.1t'-O... .* BO .one pulling for' you" stoppm just at the feet of a tall I He- set her down.' "W rest? -Jft





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PAOB EIGHT: UBADFdRD COUNT TELEGRAPH.) STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. IEC6IHnjCn I'f.'t&i'

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L Bradford County Telegraph l When.",.AND' a king NO REGRETS'dies' In JBngland TOO' LATEr Bia aOBIDAthe'rtgantic .HIC 'ILIC' ITS A}' rrNN H1itt.J

the* 'people' shout*,"The''.Klngr 4s .J,
Established, 1877 ,, dead!" and'then the1"new king;' t.rt'OpALL '

;f'Long live the Kings"'t'hat TO CLASSIFY
'M.EMBER1; rft '. Is hO'**''-we 'should feel 'ter ftw1."IICLL'KAY. ,

LORID4.PRESS AsSOCIATION about the coming? in of a.new year 'aer.dar3' rlorlaa. -....... ,A...... ,
y 4 and the passing out of the.. old. ; "
tr 1O3S 0 1939 la dead) There Is nothing .
..t '. .otwaItd 3 Cotida'Published anybody can do about it, and few And tow'it4.appesrs, that. Flor" :

,-. ,---. -,... .'.- -- --. .. would want to do anything ef en : ida's "LlUrary Digest", la a' chap
Weekly on. Fridays and Entered as Second Class If they "could. \ up in .Jacksonville named Frank T,

Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida ''If you''have made enemies, forgive i Tracey. who terms himself a "Po

. and forget them. They won'tdo litical Prognostlcator"1whatever
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you any good as long as they that Is. **, i ..
E. I.. Matthews.____ .yT. Editor and Owner remain enemies.If .1 Anyhow, Frank jhao a lot of fun

,,----. -- -. ... -'''- --- _. ,,-_. you have made debts, try to fryln''.'to dope out .the horses in J r .
SUBSCRIPTION HATE pay: them. And if you have made the' Governor's Derby. He contacts h.i
bad loans forget about them, )but a lot of people In his barber shop
,Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 75c-:-Payable in Advance don't forget so completely that ;you and on top of that sends out let

Advertising Rates on Application trust the same people in 1830.. tore,, to'secure reaction from all i # / ', ?

-. -_.-. .'--"- ... ._- .. .......... If you have, become Ill-tempered o over the state '
end irritable think of the nice person "He's been daln' It now for a '
C Happy New Year I you could be living with If you number of years and the funny ,

0 -- wanted to-your other self-and part of it is that,so far he hasn't _
mend missed a .bet., lIe' has picked the
your ways.
Trade at home during 1936. '
Don't bother to turn aver a new winners In-advance right from the V
o Jump,, so .his., "poll" rates as ac- i 1' ,4
"f-the old leaf will do if you t?
Well;,how did you enjoy your wife's Christmas? clean it up. Don't make a long curate as'the Digest's, : :
j p -- list of resolutions to put away in :.. After a, three month, check on _
the family Bible and forget. But the coming gubernatorial race all
'It requires a.bit of Peeking to find flaws in the New. when the time comes, to do something I Frank has been able to>discover Is ass Esc ,
.
x' 'think twice, and do 'the that SenR. Hodges, ,4s "HIGH".. MW 1 'C I,'
Deal'0 right thing I 'Now that,, kind, of hard, for. me MrAM ,, +k krr" r- :

.. ''c' .. '1935 la dead- _Long live 19341 tobelley. ?,:when. il: have; "personalknowledge.tlphtyjheSeaator .
It's a lucky! husband who can get off with window- """" : don't

ping' only NOW'S' YOUR CHANCE drink. e ) t
Good Democrats In Bradford However I've come to learn'you that:
i O modern language -
can't'depend on
County will soon have an opportunity
Girls' who only toy with men cast them aside when theyare to show Just how good they altogether for the wife came
are. home .the.after afternoon from abridge ,, 1}!
broke. and said that she
The Young Democratic Club Is game ,
fit 0 I wan "High" and she thinks a cocktail
to sponsor an Andrew Jackson !
handle the bombs but Mussolini himself Is something a rooster wears 'g 4N
Ilia airplanes Day dinner on January 8 'and It Is s
accordin to Mr. Tra-
L> the bombast.. up to every member of the party to Anyhowr
Senator Hodges la so far
cey,
help make the event a success.*
---0 ahead of all the other candidates itA-x' i
These dinners are being held allover ,
B' *- '"If you. can't think, go-for a-walk," advises an author. the country, and a part of the that nobody else could" even qualify oil .
price for each ticket goes to national a* 'an' "also ran his battin'average I # :
71fo :
i What! And get run over? headquarters of the party to being about ten to one. gofPtPJli 6 EDM

ot be used In President Roosevelt's. Of course the race hasn't startedyet ,
WHAlE.VNIV&IlSITY
:I v i Doctors say yawning is healthful, but not when the Mrs. campaign for re-election. I and while a lot of horses are 01"nO/l/A4 ATNU'TJ
I doubt if than
Bradford County has seldom beta' groomed more i ...,,,AQ ,
,
is WAS ONG'
giving a bridge party. three or four actually start. Pet- t 01"T/16-f6/Yd/6i r
failed when called upon 'to do Its 7"Al'6Al'Vt4.2 "
o part In 'a worthwhile cause and teway, paty And Chappell are'beln' &VGIZ 7O.AfArG. 41h-SOOrNi2Ne
touted by a few follower and MIAHIGACN 01'N/S G
I It's all right with us if you want to kid yourself by mak everyone who of has witnessed under the'the' beginning they've had Butler of Jacksonvilleout a r' w I"OOT&IU- (ttJ.G'
recovery I
'
ing New: Year's resolutions. Roosevelt Administration will ad- on tbetrack'for' a try-out. '
"
P 0 mit that his re-election la one of Jerry Carter's handlers are lead- 'WHALE!: SHAkK; captured! In the near Long Key In 1928. The species ii'absolutely!

f Santa his existence by bringing, good prices the, worthiest. in', him:Vrown<.L;,by' his halter but I Gulf stream-early .In 1982 by; Capt. Tommy Gifford harmless to man. '
can, prove Do not wait to be for strawberries! in a month 'or.so., ticket to this dinner. When the that and kjckin'; ,, up dust and If he allvfish\\r It measured 18 ft. 8 Inches and was a football player"received wide recognition all\

o price Is announced mail your does get la the race be may of throw 'estimated weigh 4,000'pounds:: Only "three over the South during his' ,'playing.'days" the I
his rider or shy at a piece paperor
Take care of your pennies and taxes will take care of money in to a member of the tick, start runnin' the wrong way. 'specimen of this flab had been previously recorded University of .Florida. To him goes the"cltlltln1-' Ilion '
committee, and do not look
into dollars. upon Bin who from the coast of Florida. The first was taken of making "All-Southern"
them when. they grow the .spend simply aa Old : Bennett of Ocala for three'consocu-l!
money ;you I
o the price you are -paying! for a.. announced the .same time Pette- In 1902. The second wed taken by Capt. Chas tire years 1923-24-25. While:also a capable athlete .
did deems to have sunk with- H. Thompson' the vicinity'' of Knights Key off In other ,
way branches of Goldstein
meal-it is contribution to the sport was
Santa Claus lives at the North Pole but lot of his
a Democratic campaign of ,1936!' out trace ....Anyhow I wrote him a Miami June 1, 1912. If was 88 feet long 'with above all a student of unusual. merit and maintained i
mail gets misaent to Washington, D. C. letter.uad 'It came back marked"tlnknow4You're a girth of 18 feet and an estimated weight of I' a very high scholastic record while! at the I i

o THOSE FUNNY NAMES'We tellln' me, Mr. over five tons. The third specimen wu'captured university. :'

X41 Avery Powell 'says the sweet young thing likes for ev- children often do also wonder when, they'and become some Postmaster,And" while l''Interest, as it always I

ery man to speak to her in a "candied" way. old enough, why otherwise normal does,,will center on the Gov- Whether you be men or women, Ninety per cent of the garlic "Mahatma", ja not Gandhi's 1'41
0 parents sometimes give s u 0 b.tranae ernor's" race, we mustn't lose eight you will never do anything in the I grown in the United States >'II name. It Is a religious title men
to1' toward of the facl that"the: cabinet officers world without courage. It" the grown in the San Juan valley and
names offsprings, "
This would be a great,'world if everyone looked, as,happy whom they should have nothIng have,gptta run too. It seems greatest quality of the mind-next I Southern Santa Clara County in Ing "great .soul' His real name

as the beautiful girls on the new calendars. but the kindliest of feelings. that they, .are. #1\\ gonna have plenty to honor.-James Allen. .California. I Mahandras.''

o The only possible conclusion I of, commit! ( ton with the exception I

seems to be that a mother or father I of BoJ ,.dray, and If you ask
Our feet don't feel l nearly so cold when we read about me-'the' ,smartest candidates- TO RUN THROUGH HERE
Ii simply hears a'combination of .
'it's bel twenty-four below zero up the ,country. sounds,. likes It. and .decides, to Florida right now,'are the'ones .1

I i'' OMan keep it in the' family. that AINdT.j' runnin'; against Bob, "... "
Internee: and nurses In' '' 'AIaoo for,,they ..WQ ldn.t have a Chinaman' 'ti.,,.,'. '
can harness lightning and waterfalls but he is at a chance.: o" ",. 1
x bama hospital are' 'said 'to'\offer
i complete loss! in coping with a pesky little mosquito. suggestions when parents are in Van Bwearingen of Miami, Merl : I .

-u a quandary as to' names for new Pace of Tavares and a chap named
children. One mother liked' "An" Bullock of Palm Beach are flxln' .
The .Ethiopians hardly care how far behind civilization '
gina,". unmindful of the fact thatIt to kick 'JIm.Lee'. chair out from I
they are; what they want is to get behind the Italians. denotes an Inflammatory Infection. under hlmubut? I got a feelin' that

n Another chose "Anopheles." the< public la gonn put its foot
"Don't care if it la a mosquito" down and djdo..that this ain't no
It's depressing to think that the same people who held
she said, "most folks 'don't know time for practical jokln' for Jim
=,k the bag in 1935 :will.probably continue doing it in 1936: the difference, and It sure sounds has been don'| a bang-up good job

--o big." and It's gonna be mighty hard to
' "After about'' six'" one nurse make the people of the state! thinkotherwise.
Al Smith's promise to keep quiet throughout the coming "
said, "parents are out of luck'for yCyrgrBaldudnof'Bebring
campaign should bring a sigh'of relief ,from both'parties. names, or Just don't care, w;wb : Sam

'. 0 supply them."* ''Whheb reminds,u. Gaines toftBuahneUand, Ted Lancasterof -

' The Los Angeles woman who hammered her dentist to of the story,-'whether truth or Ocala have got their war
myth we cannot( say,' of a certain patnf on and are aimln' .to. scalp 'ihe new stream-lined, alr-condltloned motor coach train to be put Into- service through Starkebythe
death :would,come clear by a jury ,of his former ,patients. mother and father living near here :the pants off of poor :Mr Knott. Seaboard Air Line Railway- in the near future. These coaches are said to be' the latest coo
struction Inrail
o who managed successfully-" with They ctalm'brta! lost bis mind see- ? transportationSGftOOL ,

The'Kansas City meat dealer who was robbed of $2,000 occasional references to the Bibleto In' ho baa a alee lifetime pension '
h. name' their first 'eight chil offered htm'and' still wants to bold DAYS By DWIG
must have justsold a couple of.ateaka..thinks. the Wichita ;
; dren.' 'The ninth"and tenth .how- office. .The public don't seem to
n Eagle\. : ever, were twins and the distracted be any more worried about It right

,I 0 parents, too busy for further research now than Mr, Knott does, but the
simply called ,them,Nlney. the are rootln' the
up
way boys
A Chicago professor thinks singing will help to make the ; and Tcnny. palmettoea.: looks like' there 1"

fish bite. It might even make them come to'the' top andy ..----o--- might be a s race. This' boy Lancaster -
THE FARM OUTLOOKThe I met him
roll over.' Is a go-getter. .
farm outlook haa greatly the other day and he'a got a coupleof
'
0- changed In the last three years. argument*.that listen like vote r
An Oregon man aged 103 years has voted the Republican When the bottom of depression getters. Cyril Baldwin has a way

k'' ,ticket.all his life. Outside of that he is said to be perfectly was reached the summer of of ett1n'. under your skin and 'AIlRa ibC! OItR, I Iy
1932, it looked as If agriculture while be don't look like a campaigner -
normal.. ....
' ; faced nothing save'more foreclosures before you know It he' SrARvlS
1' 0 more' farm failures more cuddled up in your lap purrln' likea I I i Ott at' y.

y A: Western hen laid an egg containing five other eggs, profitless years Slow Improve sawmill and you'll be scratchln' f ;.1 1 1, trt .jVw "
ment set In then and the pace of his back and rubbln' him under the ill
and :the AAA, is, too busy to have her beheaded' for violating betterment gradually accelerated. chin llke'nobody's business. .

,some code.! : Recent ) Indicate; that agricultural Buddy Bishop of Jefferson County 'I' '',

.... __o -'-- ---.+.-. in come,l climbing, and and a guy: -named Whldden of
,' that black ink I.' taking the placeof Lakeland we tryln' .to. fix It so ,'
In\ BUSH people paid:'according to the actual duties d
ja are red in farm ledgers The farmer they cap 1fCIi. their name 'under a at
a they can'successfully, perform.. .No wonder there are so many la not.out of the woods-but tile .VCemmUsioners' of Agriculture -

g, .low salaries. he can see the sunny meadows be- ," but.moat folk would
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.. yond. feet that any name other than Nathan ,,, ,
; 0YOI. One of'the most potent factorshr Mayo Brould make the document V :

I {, never see the'picture of -a. blearlyeyed'bum in' a bringing about ''-the improve- .Illegal, and It probably would,

whiskey-advertisement: although one'could probably give an ment, already' registered and the next yeer-TT-th year after-and
much more,.lItrUttDe Improvementthat several year more.Greatest.
excellent .
testimonial.' seem taurrttabl in tbe near' *
"' 0- future, hMMSithe farmer-own- J fo Rush '1L

& '' : Psychologists say that a., good poker player is a good ed. farmer-coatraUed cooperatives. ; '
JACKSONVILLE. :Two to five
These associations have probably .J
'judge! of human nature' Yes, he knows that all some.people done more to'c-W1y.eI permanently section'' passenger train,, .boatloads ._ 0' %

have is:a'lot of bluff. improve' the farmer's bus load, airplane and prlvatepassenger
.
o position thanaR.the'government can an bringing
farm relief measures proposed or Florida'' perhaps Its greatest, rush
;? Mter- all .there isn't much difference between the child
passed since the war, The co-ope, of Christmas tourist business. Zero -
:who writes) a letter to Santa Claus and the voter who writes possessing the great virtue of per- and n_r-ero weather ID the

oRe to his congressman. ", manence, coupled with, the fact 1 North;contrasted with Florida's
e' that they 'are non-political know highly touted sunshine is the chief
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how to get results and to keep on I stimulus,, ..Some transportation of
A New :York'judge rules that "A'man has every right to getting them; I fields described the Inflow of tour

prevent his mother-in-law from entering his home.;*' But it The cooperative movement ,, Is lau aa the."largest since 1939- and -

is a brave man who will try it. still growing rapidly \New, co-ope others said bare were Indications ...
t' are being organtaedold one are of new all-time record*. Steamship
< 0 That Is said business thus
member
gaining more companies ..
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. ; Rlpley teJts'about a member of the Boston City Council real agricultural progress. far I* about a third above last year. '

'' who was elected on a platform of "See nothing, hear nothing -.. I' ;'_ fIia..JCM\t. :- ..

t know, nothing aid do nothing." He could probably: get elected and Uona rocky live placee.chiefly' la they sandy are plain act I \There peddIe..l.are 80.000. London.street Of traders.or thisaambev. CM'7'M/R/ =:WI1 gtilp o t..XEIUA. ,

tw chaperone of.a houseparty, too--if he tried very ha 'd.- entirely..... Inhabitants.. .:TOO are ajdwteh men. .. .. .
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