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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 3, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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thAPMANTO WHAT HAPPENED AND WHENThese BRADFORD Real Estate Salesmen Had Good Lines COTTON SEEDAVAILABLE

Even Back When Starke Was YoungBy

1935 headlines give review of significant events in

ADDRESS Starke and Bradford County During the FEELS COLDEST H. E LAGERGREN mer used to come In every Satur-

Soon after the Starke postofflcw day to get a jag to last him, with ,:
twelve months.
past had been moved to Its present location the "hangover," for a week.! He

DECEMBER YET It was decided to remove always went horseback, and though DYER SAYS :

JACKSON DINNER STATE FARM ROAD BIG EVENT OF YEAR an old maple growing In front of drunk, generally managed to'
It. The tree was cut down and the mount and keep the saddle. One

----- stump dug around; but it was time though his load was so '

Tickets Now On Sale JANUARY Berries Set Back found Impossible for the available heavy till he had to ask for help, Cost To Farmer Placed

25th-"Snow flakes fly here for first time in many years. Another Four labor to get it out of the deep and and a sympathetic young man assisted At Around $2.50
For Event n"edllesI narrow pit, which soon filled up him. But well up on the
I
NightPERMISSION I Strawberries set back 'til last of February. I Weeks with water. homo, the rider fell off on the oth- Per Bushel

day II I FEBRUARY E. P. Duncan, only active member er side. After three or four unsuc- -

of the street committee stud. cessful trials the soused one saId:
I
Ball for the President big
1st-"First Birthday success. RAINS PREVENT IIEAVY CANNOT HE PLANTED
G R A N TED thlsh won't do.
led and studied how to get that "Sonny (hie1)), '
TO CHARGE $1.75 HERE MARCH LOSSES TO GROWERS stump out. Mayor Hoover and the I'll (hlc!) tell you. Maybe I kin 'NEAR OTHER VARIETIES

r 1st-"Late freeze sets berries back another thirty days." Normal temperatures and sunshine other town officials vouchsafedhim manage to git up myself, but Sea Island cotton seed will be
L Supt. L. F Chapman, of the Green Building for Call no consolation; he stood (hid!II) you sorter stan' on the eth- I
22nd-"Work
begins on $10,000 returned to Bradford County available for planting this springat :
:, Florida State Prison Farm, will be alone In his misery. er side an' kinder (hie1)! ketch mean' 1
: Street." with"t,6'neW" year and were web $2 per bushel, and It is bellev-
the northbound shove buck when I start
.; the principal speaker at the Jackson come roliel after sharing in the Then one morning me I jed that there will be enough for
29th-"First car load of berries for season being loaded at Cedar Key train slowed up fallln' (hlc1)!) off Underston''!
f. Day Dinner to be held here coldest December on record in I ,all growers In Florida who are situated -
at Call street to throw off and The plan proved successful.
Lawtey. Florida. so they can grow this crop,
Wednesday nIght Janunrjr 8. it receive mall. A Turkish sailor -
APRIL Rumor has it that tha thermometer according to Information received
the I thinking It was station In the free and old days a
was announced this weeic by dropped to nineteen degrees passenger, a easy this week from II. G. Clayton
committee in charge of arrange- 5th-"County and City appropriate funds for shippers here early last Friday morning, jumped off to stretch his legs, man came to Starke and went Into chairman of the State Allotment
and the train went on and left him. tho real estate business. lie
ments. .
platform near depot""Twentysix and several persons reported see- Board with the AAA at Gainesville
The man was of gigantic sIze Mr. bought "forty," which Includedan
The dinner will be held ia the of berries this week." ing the mercury stand at twenty ,
cars Duncan resourceful, grabbed old cemetery, south of
always negro
unless the number
j Cafe
:
Magnolia Small frozen over
pond
two. were main restrictions that win
of attending makes a larger 19th-"Dust blows in from storm out west." him and led him to the stump, town. The few old grave markers The
people and car-washers at garage here the seed
be areas
placed on planting
in which event Festival with crowds in at- asking if he would tackle It, and found were burned up and the
place necessary, ,"Strawberry opens large found that water froze on automobiles follows That Sea Island cotton
the man agreed. "Good! I'll get land was plowed and harrowed.
the Woman's Club will likely be tendance. well up Into the morning. Is not to be planted closer than a
some men to help you said the Soon he sold a part of it to a man
u ed. Almost all exposed bloom on to other varieties of cotton ,r
mile ;
26th "Fifty-two seniors receive diplomas at high school elated official recently from the North.
Although the price of the dinner strawberry plants was killed, but that the cotton Is to be ginned on-
"lIelp--me wanta help! growled Sometime later the new settler,
In Starke was set by the Demo- graduation exercises. good rains following the freeze the Turk indignantly "Glmmo full of righteous wrath, called on ly at approved roller gins; and that ,
cratic National Committee at $3 a "Work begins on club house at airport." kept damage far from being the government will have an option ni
he
da mon' an' go h--U, an' me flxum the realtor He averred that I I
plate, by special request, the MAY maximum that otherwise would da stoomp!" had built a dwelling and hud ritart- on all seed produced, the lint be-
Young Democratic Club of Bradford have been poaaible. Growers here the sole of the
ing property grow
from After receiving a couple of ed digging wells at several points, d
= shows Bradford population dropped
3rd "Census
County sponsors of the affair, are still optimistic over the sea-
dimes, the man plashed into the but each time he had struck coffins er.L.
have been to son's prospects although little Union farm
permission T.
granted County
9,405 to 8,818. did much Dyer,
pit, flung off his greasy fez, spat and bones He not so
charge only $I.TIS per plate here. in fruit will mature now before another agentstates that he has sent 300
"Rural Rehabilitation program has spent $20,000 on his hands, and after a few "lIe- object living on a graveyard, but
,
dollar will four weeks.Shipments about
Of this amount one letters information
go giving
e-ave o-o-ohs. that could be heard) he had to have uncontaminated
into the Democratic Party's campaign Bradford. from Plant City have the long staple cotton seed to farmers
all over town, Yussuf or Omar or water, and wanted to change location -
: fund, and the balance will go "Send-a-dime chain letters begin to appear in local dropped a minimum and It la Hassan, or whatever his name was, but this the realtor was unwilling -'I' In Bradford County, and that
to meet the cost of the dinner and estimated that' it will be another so far he has received oruers for
post office. other Incidental month before season there gets 300 bushels of seed from more than
expenses. 10th-"Legislature bill placing Bradford and Duvalin i He then wiped his hands on his "My dear sir," he countered, you ,
passes Into full Addi
this
Charley E. Johns, chairman of wing.TReports ; big black moustache and steered don't know what a bonanza you 100 farmers In county.
the ticket sale committee, says same Congressional district. front,other parts of the his course for Eckert's bukery A have. Those organic substances tional orders are coming In every

; that they will go on sale by the 17th-"Scoby falls to appear for third trial in circuit court I state are that track crops suffered I I few minutes Inter he was seen on In the ground make the best fertilizer day, the agent says, and Interest
of the week and all interested damage running into millions of seems to be at a high peak.A .
end
urges bond estreated." I. the railway track, a loaf of bread for orange trees and you'll
here. $15,000 dollars during the month. Citrus, however voicedby
warning, was
not to wait until
persons under cacti arm, trotting toward have the finest grove In the country -
solicited, but to buy tickets from JUNE however_ has escaped. all damage FernandIna tj join his ship. Don't dig wellsbuild a cis- Mr. Clayton, who said that

him or one of the following mem- 21st-"Project for public library here approved." .- tern. Yes, my deur sir look at the neither the government nor the

bers of the committee: N. D. 28th-"Formal dedication of airport draws large crowd LANDIS ALLOWS At the time when there were fertilizer, look at the fertilizer!" Extension In Gainesville Is pro

Wainwright Jr., J. B. Alexander NAME more saloons In Starke than : This and some more "convincing"talk moting the growing of Sea Island
USE OF
and H. C. Wall. despite rain. churches, a certain well-to-do far- : satisfied the settler cotton since "experimental plantings

Dr. H. B. McLendon in chargeof JULY IN INJUNCTION PROCEEDINGS In recent years are not such

arrangements and an interestIng for past six months total $19- AGAINST JOB as to warrant encouraging the general ,
12th "Building permits Weavll
Is being prepared. to planting of this crop.
program HOLDERS HOME OWNERS GREEN SAYS
fill in the time between 8 o'clock, 16?." control Is still a major problem,

when the dinner will begin, until AUGUST Another attack on tuo-Jobleg- and no grower should plant more

10 o'clock, when President Roosevelt "Hardsurfacing of road to State Prison Farm to islators took form last week as Must Apply Again "Tooth And Nail" than u small acreage until hea\
will bo heard on the radio. Nat Attorney General Cary D. LandIs : satisfied that he can profitably

Sternberg is arranging several begin ,soon." consented to the use of his name In produce it under present conditions .

R numbers. "Bradford enters Eighth Judicial circuit.". injunction proceedings designed to FOR EXEMPTIONBLANKS FOR PENSIONS Mr. Clayton said

>, -These dinners,"':Vhtch: are being 9th-"County's budget includes fund for operation of stop payment of salaries) to, lawmakers I Mr Dyer Is telling growers that

.held on this night In all parts of who are employed In other transportation coats will likely be
.' [the country mark the opening of free clinic" state departments. !I, added to the seed, but that the ,
: ARE READYAT ANNOUNCES FOR CONGRESS price to farmers should not exceed
Roosevelt's campaign for reelection SEPTEMBER Earlier, Landis had refused to
and It Is especially desired by rains here." be used In Injunction WAINWRHH1TS( : DURING IIOLI- 92.CO per bushel. Steps are being
6th-"Tropical storm marked by torrential permit his name to I
r.the Young Democratic Club that OFFICE DAY AT IIOME HERE taken to find a committee to ban-
"First enrollment at high school breaks record proceedings, explainingthat
day die distribution of the seed In this
,'the affair here be a big success. was not the proper way to
'All loyal Democrats are urged tobuy with 747 students." determine the issue Bradford County homestead Stating that he Is for the Townsend county when the time comes.

tickets and be present next shows sentiment here almost 100 cent owners will have to make annual Plan "tooth and toenail""
20th-"Survey per for Landls'
Asking again by letter -
night. applications for the taxation exemption I Congressman R. A, Green, recently I
;Wednesday: for Roosevelt." consent, Joe C. Jenkins, granted them under provisions returned from a tour of the,Orient, MANYTOVOTEIn

f OCTOBER Gainesville attorney, said that "if of the amendment to the I spent a few days at his home here

any of the nineteen men on the State Constitution, It was pointedout I before leaving Tuesday! for Wash- ,
4th-"Road 28 to be completed at Bunnell end. the Primaries
: 'CUKE'DEAL state payroll are decreed by
this week by N. D. Wainwright -ington, D. C., where Congress will
llth-"Work begins on new sewage line, WPA project." court to be drawing their salariesas tax assessor for this county convene today.

To Be Discussed 25th-"Work resumed.on addition to county court house." executive executive'officers''employes'then and the not only as ', During his brief stay here the THISJ5PRING

"Bradford labor begins moving to cross-state canal way to pre ent"this.'CIUeot: ,, 'em He said that under the provisions Congressman also made formal an- .
of an act of the 1933 LegIs- nouncement that he would seek an-
of AT MEETING site. ployment' to the courts."for adjudication lature the annual applications for other term of office as representative 2300: \Vi"i'LSEEK:'
Is( by Injunction.
NOVEMBER exemption will have to be filed In : from the Second District. VARIOUS OFFICESIN

'j" 8th-"Interest revived in growing long staple cotton in Already, LandIs in had permitteduse warranto his office between January 1 and He said that the three things STATE i

MANHATTAN PRODUCE of his name quo April 1 of each year This Is that he l Is most Interested in, and hun.
TALLAHASSEE Three
Bradford I -
WILLING TO WORK County. actions against twenty-one mem- necessary because it is possible for on which there will be action at
.. HERE 29th-"Lonnie Green sentenced to electric chair for mur- bers of the legislature, and one a piece of property to be a home- I this session of Congress, are payment dred thousand Florida voters thin'
Senator T. G. year will name their choices for
case-that against stead one and not the of the soldier's bonus
der of girl. year one com
negro for the racing 2,500/ public offices to serve terms
Futch, attorney next, Mr. said. of the cross-state canal
Wainwright ,
I It will be of considerable interest DECEMBER6th commIssIon-has reached the su- pletion of two and four years.

i : to growers of Bradford County court.In The necessary blanks are now In and enactment of tho TownsendPlan There will be few holdovers In
to learn that the Manhattan Pro- -"County retires $24,000 refunded road bonds. preme the tax assessor's office and he Is of old age pensions.The the list of State and county offices.

duce Exchange of Brooklyn, New "Surface completed on State Farm Road." contesting the right of legislators ready to receive the new applications Starke Congressman will Topping the ranks of the holdoverswill

York, has agreed to operate a cash 13th-"Work to begin after first of year on Road 13 cut to other positions, Jenkins at any time. vote for Immediate payment of the be the two United States senators
claimed such ,employment Is costing _._ ,_.
track cucumber deal at Starke --- -.' bonus, and predicted enactment of four justices of the Supreme
off through Lawtey. the state $120,000, for the two-
this coming season. Under the legislation leading to payment of Court, and two members of tM
terms of this deal the growers will 20th-"Bond issue for new school building defeated in District year period of the appropriationsbill JENNINGSTO the adjusted' service certificates State Railroad Commission

: receive dally at Starke the prevailing Fourteen." passed by the 1933 legislature. RUN Mr. Green, and his bride of a few The list of offices to be filled

market price for cucumbers Previous Injunction proceedings, months, returned In time to spend, starts with the governorship and
grown. H. D, May: of Starke, 27th-"Bradford County young Democrats plan Jackson which were unsuccessful In the AGAINST GREEN FORCONGRESSIONA the holidays here after being members ranges down to district school

will represent the Manhattan Pro Day'Dinner for Roosevelt campaign fund." Gadaden County circuit court, L of the official party from this trustees. Secretary of State Robert -

; duce Exchange locally and full details sought to restrain state officials SEAT country attending the Inauguration A Gray figured there would

: of the nature of the deal can from paying salaries to any of the of the new government of the i be 2.500/ offices to be flllod, and
I be secured I RETIRED MAN FOUR LOSE twenty-one legislators. I Lester W Jenlnngs, Jacksonville .
" from Mr. May .... Philippine Island, Mr. and Mrs. he predicted 300,000 voters would
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K M. Nix, agricultural agent of BUYS FARM LIVESIN ---- I attorney, will oppose Congressman' Green extended their trip to Include participate in the Democratic primaries -

,I the! Seaboard Air Line Railway I BUSINESS'SLOW R. A. Green! In the June primaries China and Japan and the following general

.- and Mr. May are arranging to hold FORMER CITY EMPLOYEEOF BRADFORD ACCIDENTS RUSH for nomination as representativeIn While impressed with the beauty election.

,( a general meeting of the growers JACKSONVILLE TO DURING PAST TEN AFTER the National House from the of the old countries, Mr Green Among the major State offices I

of Bradford County [at the CourtHouse MOVE HERE MONTHS stated that he would not trade to be filled, are:
t' at 8 o'clock, Saturday after- MANY STARKE MERCHANTS Second Congressional District, he Bradford County for the entire lot Governor, Comptroller Treasurer -

noon, January 11, at which time aft Sale of the Wm. J. Clayson Four people lost thefr lives in I! TAKING STOCK announced this week. of them.Many. Secretary of State. Superintendent -
farm. In the Wateroak section toW automobile accidents In Bradford THIS WEEK I II ,
representative cf the ManhattanK I Mr Jennings is an experienced -- of Public Instruction, Commissioner "
Produce hand T. Foster a retired city em- County during the ten-month pe-
Exchange will be on Many merchants were going legislator, having served In both of Agriculture, AttorneY'General.
*? to discuss the details of the cucumber ployee of Jacksonville, wan announced riod from January through Octo- I through the tedious task of taking the House and Senate of the Holiday Wedding five representative to thenational

B deal. this week by the Wilson ber of this year according to statistics stock this week. Invoicing the state legislature, retiring! undefeated County Judge E. K Perryman Congress two justices of

ts: It Is hoped that all of the grow- Realty Corpn. This place Is one just released by the Bureauof goods left on shelves by a horde of from the Senate after the reports an unusual rush of Issuing the Supreme Court, one member
of the finest farms in Bradford Vital Statistics. in marriage licenses during the holi- of the State Railroad Commission
this stores
ft era interested wUl attend shoppers who thronged 1927 session' since which time he
i f.;; meeting, as it Is felt this deal will i County, embracing 180 acres of Figures for the entire state the last days before Christmas. has sought no public office except day period. The following were and delegates! to the national pollt I
which are cleared. show toll of 434 lives as a result weeks
" sixty acres a Issued during the past two : leal conventions.In .
offer to the growers of Bradford Customers, as well as storekeepers that of congressman-at-large
f: County an opportunity for an ad-I There is a good house, a fine, large of accidents durlag the same are taking a rest after the holiday In 1932. Paul Green and Juanlty Knight of the counties, tho offices to be
barn. tenant houses and modern period. Dade County led the list Gainesville; Richard Chesser and I filled include
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{, cllUonat source of revenue and af- rush and business Is lax. But ,
bins on the property. with sixty-six fatalities. Others who will make the race Lee Carter of Green Cove I '
& fort them a cash cropat a time storage the let-down follows the finest record W Ethel Sheriff, clerk of Circuit Court,
In the Second District J.
v, when usually the grower is In need Mr. Foster has!! expressed himself .I of sales In recent years. are Springs; Wilson C. Home and tax assessor, tax collector, county

!t), of additional funds. I as being; well pleased with this Late Rush ExpectedEarly i Business men entered Into their and Sears now William congressman-at-large Porter both of, Peggy Sullivan of AUchua Coun- judge, county commissioners, coun-
, Judge ,
I I' In order to hold this deal for I buy and expects to make a good this week 109 2936 auto- .,usual disagreement as to how to Jacksonville. ty: Chester Wise and Evalyn Jab ty school boards, some county solicitors -
the first of his residencehere. clos- I, om, of Starke; Cogdlll Charlie and justices of the con
':;. Starke a minimum of 100 acres crop year mobile tags had been issued at the spend New Year's day. Some peace
''i I must be secured otherwise the office of Tax Collector C. A. ed up shop all day some not at all Lucille Stndrldfp, of aClnesvllIe; stables and others.

8 deal will be carried, to tome,other The realty company has also announced Knight Of this number, sixty- and others compromised with a Receives Appointment Herbert Donnelly and Agnes Ruth The campaign for nomination in

I I point and it Is hoped that all of : the sale of the A. Z. Ad- eight were of the $10 variety. Mr. half-holiday. Miss Gertrude peering former Grlffls, of Baker County. Melvin the primary elections already I Is:

J those interested will get In,touch kins farm about three and a half Knight says that in spite of repeated .. ... welfare director of the FERA ,In Owens and Thelma Adams, of under way. There Lave been several
, ''I to Bradford County', has been appoInted Clay County; C. L. Gllsson and announcements for Governorand
. with, Mr. May at an early oppor- miles north of town, Raleigh warnings Indications are
Deadline For Doves Juanita Dillaberry, of Clay County while lathe
offices
tunity. Conner. This place consists of that the majority of automobile acting district supervisor other State ,

'i -,,.-.- 180 acres. owners will wait until the last dayor January 31st laths last day on of District No. 6 of the State counties there have been an-
so to do their buying. The dead- which doves may be legally hunt Board of Social Welfare. At the nouncements of candidacy also.

Prom 1905 to 1023, Florida produced approved, ,an appropriation fine for the use of old tags la January ed.. It was announced this week byS. present time Miss Heerlng does Birds walk on their toes only. The first primary will be June :2 '

more naval stores than any Chile 13.000.000 for modernisa 15, and no extension of timeIs Larkin Carter United States not know if her' office will be In I What we call the leg of a bird U and the second primary wUl be
of
other state exceeded but now by its Georgia.productionvobrmrrla lion of Its hospitals last year. looked for this year. Commissioner., Gainesville Division. Starke or not. really its foot I I June 23.uuntg .










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: BAADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY a, loft:
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I and will veil the feet. to the ". .
at public outcry point of boirlnn
THERESSAMU I "Do rem.mber the day name to the highest and best bidderor Containing' In' all 23 a".',.. m"r'i: ,
1 rFLORIDA ADS BRING BIG RESPONSE you "
Hhnda ZelRler.. C.rrnpnade.Mr. ., i I II bidder for cacti. to satisfy said less. and being in Ih.cticns 26 "
Roosevelt took office ? His aolemnfaced execution. 16, Townahlp Ii South of Itanc.: : I

and Mrs. U. D. May spent -- | countrymen gathered Given under my hand, In the. Cityof East.TLEREF'OTtE.

last week at. Miami with their ,I around their radios to listen. There I thin Stsrke 20th, Jtradford day of. December Oounty. Florida, A. C "you iiatned In this. you Notice and. are eoeh h" ,'r_

k <.>' n-in-law and daughter Mr. and 'l ,i> '., 'f J }''''b'V;, I '.fi ,' ..tilr! >;; ,;:" r- .: I was chaos In the United States. 10lil.: ,hy required to Appear to the ,"

[ Mrs. Leo A. LaPlnnte also their : ;: :' ', I" .[:::,,:. ::- .t' ,', ,' ::ff ", } 4 The biggest American bank panic W. J. icrrnK.ON.Sheriff UraOrjrd County, ynuJ bill of on Complaint the 3rd day so or riled Febrll"RII'lItr; ,, .,

/, si'n. Roscoe May. .. '". < '. ... "" was on. Confidence was low. Florida. 11130. at the Court }iou.o. In Stark;
viti .,. C'lridie: oth..rwIB.. a
12 2751124.M Decree ;
Miss Ida Hagan enjoyed the (Th c "Then Roosevelt spoke. He Conrellan will be entered. "Kif I"Pr,';

C.irlstmas holidays with her sis }", spoke with confidence. He had t,,'..,,-U'S s.i I..) YOu "and each ot yOU, for falJllr,' I,
\ I r NOTICE In hereby given that under Appear.it .
Mrs. J. K. Owaley In Perrlne '-" confidence in America, In her
I ter. peo- and by virtue of a Final Decree I" ORDERED that thIn ,
iI Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ze-lgler and L ple and in himself. Mr. Roosevelt's nf Foreclosure made and renderedby he published. once a week fol'N" I,.

i daughters, Misses Rhoda and Ruth _. ', : ,e. .AI remarkable display of spiriton Judge' the. of Honorable the. Circuit. H Court L. Set-ring of the County consecutive Telegraph Weeks a In new"pap the Hrntll r",,:',;

t, ''i spent the Christmas holidays in that occasion started the United 8th Judicial Circuit of Florida, In ing general circulation' ''n 111' 1, hi
Jacksonville with Mrs. Zelgler'sbrotherinlaw States back to and for Kradford, County 'In Chancery County. Florida.I ''''I
E r prosperltf."We Uecirtnbar S.lrd. In
dated 11135 This 19 day of Decembei ,
and sister Mr. and that certain cause therein lately 193.1. \ ,
(\\[r I .I. think of that moment when
i pending between Tha Federal l.arnlHank A. J. THOMAS.
Mrs. O. A. Thrower.Mcssrb. '
r we read a statement Just made by of Columliln I Plaintiff, and K.li Clerk Circuit Court

k Leo and Jesse Brown of 'I _____ Leonard P. Ayres, vice-president Hhlpman, et. al'., l)af 'ndants, the lJradford County Florid or ,
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undersigned who was therein ap- 12-20-5t-1-J7
? Cocoa spent Christmas Day In'l I of the Cleveland Trust Co. Mr. liolnled as "; p..clalIo..ter! 'In Chancery -

;' Theresa with their sister Mrs Ayres Is no new dealer but he says tn execute the same will on l\ 'I'hill rilicrrr roiTlT OP-
Mundav, the :lrd day of February. lilt \
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: Rosa Constantino. that the year 1935 will go into his- I Ilian.: riming the legal hours of ale, 11)41 IV cii.eti. "'-

Q. P .Neal of St. Petersburg. Is 4 tory as one of the most nearly stabilized before the Court House. door inStance Minnie Lee hamilton

l visiting friends and relatives In i years In the history of our and bent, Florida bidder, ell for to rash lha, the highest following v..., Plaintiff flI\

f' There,sa. country. lIe writes that the flow I p described I l iii nd 1.., nltunle I lying '- William" '1'. Hamilton, Ca'1: '""?' ',

of business has continued to move and being In Bradford C'ounty Defendant.Ohtli.i1 ; ,: .
Mrs. E. D. Sullivan and ,
Mr. and Florida, t -wlt.N1J : op .iii.ir.\Tiov
with steadily forward. Yes Mr. Roose- > or SE"" Section It npnniliifr' by affidavit \ .
t children spent Christmas Day 'y'c; f : ,. of Sill, / Uulj- i i I
? Mrs. Lula Crosby off ..h velt's policies have given his S3 TI"| fi Snutb, It. SS Fast ( Lot III the above entitled. cauno that, t "
her sister. No. SmllhM also M'ii' of8W place of residence of
', 41'! Map ): \ defendnni W,,
\ Rising. 1 I k country a stability that it has seldom of SV'1 and North 6 acres 111m' 'I'. Hamilton Is unknown, .," ,,

f Andrew Sullivan was visiting L I known. We've stabilized with of H'",, of SW'i' (,r SW i, See 23, that he In over the age of 21 \ ,.
I Tp. (fi 22 East Lots. uml that there In no person. In;, ,A,,.
Rufus and family of Rising, Roosevelt. -Chicago, Ill., Times .: efi'I'n\ \ .Lots oN507 State of Florida
Crosby ,' II G:: Xo. ( pnrt of service of nub,". ".I 11., ,,
U it week. I II' ?: 4 (Ind. ) nnd No. f 8, Smiths Map), .containing upon whom herein, would bind ,I,
I I In all 1S acres more or less r..ndllnt. *} 'la Ordered thni ,. '',,
I'' Otis Hardee and Arthur Har- j I with i the .....)tenant-en. Said' sale. William. Hamilton he. and it. i h,.,'. _
f" doe, of Olustee, were visiting their' tu be miLlie pursuant tn saId Decree by required to appear In thin .u,,,,
; -' and Mrs. A. B. Crosby and Mr. and to satisfy the same and ( '-.its. .n 4t'Mda5i'' January 6th. in\ ii, .
mother Mrs. E, F. Hardee here t he bill I of complaint for .
Mrs. L. A. Monts of Jacksonville 1:. K. 1M5RIIYMAN: Christmas. M4LI I were In our section Wednesday.W. As 1:11|>uclul Master In Chancery 1M filed further against him 'In this can! .. i It \
4 Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Johns e4t II 12-27-61-1-24. be Ordered that thin i,
r published .
once each weeli.
T. Weeks, Buddie and Fran- i
( and L. M. Gaines of Starke, and I :MITI-TH<< ( APPl.IflTIOli four ronsei-utlve/ weeks In Braid,,
1>11'11. Eunice Henderson( and children ces Russ, Lonnie Parker, all of 1011 'l'I KKI. > County Telegraph K duly qualut,, oj'
; Brooker were In our section Tues- (..."at. Illll \o. 10.11 n"w"plIlr ''Hlhllehed 'n Urnd..,",
<< of Jasper spent Christmas County, Florida
of Cleveland Sul- day nlcht.: NOTICH: IS' IIKRKWV (OIVEN Vitttess 111) baud 11 n... the SCSI I
Day at the home That f'. 14. Kelly, holder of Tax Certificate said Court at (Otarke. B'adl",."I,,'

livan. Thousand of Inquiries from aU over the United States and Canada resulted from the first adver- No. Oil, 'Issued the 7th. day of County, Florida title December -,!It,

: Mrs. J. P. Sullivan of Hampton, j' C\.IIIIXlent'\ to appear In the national campaign of the Governor's All-Florida Advertising: Committee. A.rner Why Get Up Nights? July.my office A. 1)and. in HO 1 lisa, has made filed application same In 1030. A. J. THOMAS,

$. spent the Christmas holidays with i .: In the offices of the State Chamber shown above, gives an idea of the tremendous number of f,,r a tax deed to be issued thervon. flwik of Circuit Court
t ., of I&Ucr3 from who the Florida ad '1'111001 'ia. iu.\i)iiiitKIIII 1.\\TnB Said! certificate embraivn the following "Bradford County
her sons. A. L. and C. Sullivan I i iThereusa. coming persons clipped coupons, : I : \ described property In the 12-G-lit-I-3 Florid.

If It fails to flush out 'Impurities County: of Bradford, State of Flor-

Mr. and Mrs Arthur Milliken and excess nclda' which cause the Irregularity lilu to-wit: HTRIffl II\LF.
of Ocala I UO AT DRAIN HAMPTON VANDERBILT that wakes you up. let South-East Quarter of North- NOTICE U hereby given that un!i-
: and daughter Sylvia but'hit. juniper oil. etc.. In little Hnst: Quarter. Uxcept B act en In djr and by virtue. of a Final Decree
spent Christmas Day with her pa- MTU. Z. Z. Giirfl. CorrespondentB. MlHS Ada :-\lnini<., ( orrespimilrBt. (:Mist DrlorU Illoodim orth, Cor.) green tablets. called Huk.ts. the Nnrth-'V..t. Corner & North -if Foreclosure made and renriprtil I r

.A Sullivan I bladder Iuntiye.V'orks on thebladder Half of flonlh-T: I\.t Quarter by the HonorRble A. Z. Adklni-.
L.
k rents, Mr. and :Mrs. A. I L. Green was visiting his There will preaching at the :Mrs. Ellen Barber and son. Bob- Mtnllitr to castor oil I on the Section 23. Township,' 7 South: Judge of the Circuit Court of tli.

". of Theresna. daughter Mrs. W. A. Brown of Methodist Church next Sunday by. of Jacksonville, were visitingher bowels. Poorly noting bladder can It-inge. 20 East containing 1111al.r. 8th Judicial Circuit of Flnrldn. In,
of cause Hrantv flow desire .. mote or less. and for Bradford County.' In C'hall-
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. yemen Orlando the Christmas holidays. morning: and evening by the pas- \ ...1\"l : .
during parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. burning or four daysIf Tho assf-Nsment of the said eery, dated November 29th, 1935' ;
f Jacksonville were visiting her tor from Waldo. Norman recently. not pleased any druggist. will refund under the mild certificate property Issued that certain. cause therein laIn!
J. J. In Ther- your 2fi<'. Mitchell' Drug pendIng between The Federal Uan.l'
aunt Mrs. Zeigler was In the name vC Mrs. S. U.
Ben Hess and daughter, of Jack- Mrs. J. P. Sullivan has returned Mr. and MYa. R. A. Hicks and 1'hl".n. Hank of Columbia PlaintIff, and I

, ensa Sunday. Mr. and t(o her home here after a visit in Store.'i II. Prevatt. et a''1.. Defendant., ii.'
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Geiger of sonville, were visiting children of Jacksonville, spent the 1'nlesH suld certificate eJmll be touleeined undvr"IKned. who was therein i u.i .
Mrs. S. F. Griff last Wednesday. Lawtey.A. week-end herewith Mr. and Mrs. \M.. rt.H <* 11.13NOTICH ,according, to law Uie prop- pointed an Special Mauler In Chat,
Starke, were visiting Mrs. J. P. : In licieby given that tllldei city" described. therein will be sold eery to execute. the ,
will
L. Johnson and of same 'i
Dan Boree and two family
Dickinson In Theressa Sunday afI -I Mrs. sons. Ellery Sapp and family.Mr. : end by virtue of i Flnul! Dcciee to the highest bidder at the couithoiise Monday the 6th day of Janumx'.
Harold and Doyle and Miss\ Irene Tampa, arrived here this week. t I of Foi'closure i made:, and tendered. dour on the first Monday 'In 1938. during the legal"" bourn of slIll-
Ellis of
and Mrs.
I ternoon. Eugene by the Honnrabln II I... Sebrlng, the month of February, 1936which before. the Court .
visit. They were born and reared In this Hou e door in,
of Jacksonville
I ,'J. S. Hall of Sanford Is visiting I ]Bore, were WorthIngton Springs were visiting Judge of the Circuit Court of the 8th Is t the Hid day of February. 1036. Stnrke.. .Florida sell. to the highest
hag Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Griff I ounty and have a host of friends relatives Judicial Circuit of Florida In and T'IIIt'I this 10th day of Uecumber, and bent bidder for rush the fol
I I his sister, Mrs. C, A. Youngblood last Sunday.Mr. here who are always glad to see hereSunday.. for Ilradford County. In Chancery I l115.! : lowing described. lands, situate, l h'-
I dated Dei-ember 2Jrd, 1936.> In that J. THOMAS Inlf and being In
Bradford
i here. them. Wadens and Francis Bloodsworth f.i.. ic. Circuit Count).
Griff have cttttaln cause therein lately pending of Courtof Florida, to-wit
Cleve Alford and \ and Mrs. Zenas :
and Mrs.
; Mr. the week-end with Bradford Florida.
spent County.
between The Federal Land Hank
Miss Ruth of
: Brown Jacksonville
: .
the NWVi of NWV. less one In
after
returned home acre
i have returned to their spending of t Columbia and (lertleIllowning 12-13-51-1-10
children Plaintiff
i ia the of Misses their grandmother, Mrs. "V. M. the .SW corner deeded. to ichorl
guest Mary
I visit with relatives In past week In Orlando with Mr. and single Defendant the In Sec. 2,
home after Township 7 South of
J a Bloodsworth at Raiford. M iM'rnu si.r
Lee and Geraldine Johnson this undersigned, who was therein
appointed -
Sanderson.I Mrs. W. A. Brown. I' Special Master In an
I week Mrs. J. C. Alvarez anti family and by virtue of a Final Decreeof acres, more. or lean. ,

I Florence Williamson, of Mrs. George Bowers, of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Ira Brown, of I spent last Wednesday in Gaines- cerv.Monday; to, 1'.cuatrt: the day: same of Ffbruury.lU.'HI will, on. Foreclosure. made and renderedby with the. appurtenance. Said sale
was visiting relatives I was visiting her mother the Honorable A. Z. Adklna to be mnde pursuant to said Deci ..
Keystone Heights. ville her slater Mrs. C.Edwards. : 1. during the legal hours of sale,
.' H.
Gainesville the of Mrs.Drown' visiting
Priest during the hol- are guests before the Court House tlnor In Judge of the Circuit Court <>'C the to a..U..Cy. the name and costs.
I here Christmas. I Mrs. Myrtle mother Mrs. "V. P. Blrt. Starke 1 Flnrldu. sell to the highest 8th Judicial' Circuit, of }Florida In E. K. PURHYMAN.
I Othma Norman and Morris Car- I Iidays. and best bidder for rash, the following and for Bradford County, 'In Chancery An Special Mauler In Chaneer'126Stl3
ter of Lawtey, were visiting Misses Melba and Mae Prevatt 'v. M. Blrt. of Calhoun La., Brenson Roberts is visiting his destllbed lands situate, IvIng ilnted, December 2nd 1035. 'In
.'pent Christmas with friends and sister Mrs. William Sapp. I p and being In tired ford County, that certain cause. therein lately
friends here Saturday night. |r were visiting their grandparents, Klorldu to-wlt: pending between The Federal Land M 4 1 .-- | Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prevatt the relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hollings- of hunk 1 of (Columbia Plaintiff. and J. NOTICE In. hereby given that ui-'
The of the theNWI4.
, r KW'i NWM
, I. Mrs. Jessie Wilson has as her worth and children spent last the of NW 1... I'ndeihlll and wife. Sarah Under- der and by virtue of a Final Dncru.
and the of
1: N'4, /
week-end. .
BEACH past hill. et nl., Defendant, the undersigned of Foreclosure made and rendered
BOOTSEY'S guest this week her son, E. Morgan her sister the SWl, of the N"" and the
Wednesday visiting ,, the.
I Joe Griffis of Clay County was of. wtu> wan therein appointedas by Honorable It. L. Sebrlnn
of the of the
WV4 SK"i
of Greenville La. Ritch NW''t special, Master in to Judge of the Circuit Court of tlif
It. Oi.,.liln CorrespondentMr. I section Mrs. Lacy at Starke. the NWVi and the N'Uf! the NEV Chancery
In this
relatives
visiting ,
execute the same, will on Monday Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida'
) '": i I last week. -- Lloyd Edwards was visiting here of the MW-j or the NW",. and the the 6th day of January, A. D 1036. In and for Bradford County. In
Leamon Batton the NWVI of the HWtf of
i and Mrs. GRAHAMWrM last Sunda.y.litternoon. tI'iof dining the legal hours of sale. before Chancery. dated November 2 Int. 1931 .
'
'Dnd children of Jacksonville and DonUt forget Sunday School every I.. ('. !Smith Correspondent. the NW'/L of Set'22 tlon 2H, Town..hlpII and the Court House door In Starke, In that certain cause therein ''atelypending
Mrs. Johns of Gainesville Kang Kast. containing -
Emery ( South '
-. Florida sell to the betweet The Federal. I.nnd
: Crawford and Lois Sunday at 3 o'clock. Everybody less highest and best
Misses, Emma I I Rufus Jones of Tampa, was visIting Is spending the holidays with her 30 acres, more ur bidder, for cash, the following described Hank of Columbia Plaintiff and T
j ? Batten, of St. George. Ga., were .j Is :welcomq.ItROOKER. mother MJTB." J. C. Alvarez. with the. appurtenances. Sail' sale lands, situate. lying and be- J. Clay and wife, Mary Gay, et. al
and Mrs. R. N. Craw- I ----. relatives here Snturday. 100 be made- pursuant to said J>ecree in County Florida, to- I Defendant, the undersigned, wh"
Mr.
k 'VIsiting Claud Hall was called to the bed. Mr. and Mrs. Elzle Gunter and to sutlHfy the same and costx %.I't"IIl'adfol'd[ was therein' appointed_- ftpeclnl' '
ford Sunday afternoon. 13. K. PKIIKYMAN ;; Master In Chnncery to execute th
Ittl of Plant TheV,4 of snVi an,1"t One-
I .. tie of his father in Nichols Satur' edaughter, City. I
An Special" Master In Chancery ,, Santo, will' on Monday the. 6th dut
of Hllliard "rl..r of of See
Melson Prlvitt, spent., :Mii-m Vent Galney, Correspondent spent Friday with his sister, I !- | NF.Vi SH'4. of n 1936 duringthe legitbourn
friends and dll.Y. He was accompanied by ]Mrs. MI's'l 2:1: Township 6 !North flange 21 IU'Y"'al; ,
with
last week here 2i'rII2f.'O'I'U" before the CourtHouse
, Annie Ward, Willie Stilckland and W. M. Hollingsworth.Mrs. fOast, containing 00 acres, moreor
door Starke, Florida sell
relatives. j I Mr. and Mrs. George Honteen of Leslie Jones. They will spend a Eugene Ellis was visiting NOTICE IIISIIKHV. niVKNThatbv :: with less the, appurtenance Said sale to the highest. and best. bidder, fniciiHh "
I ,: Louie Murrhee of the CCC Camp ] virtue of exerutlon Issued. out of the described' landsituate *-,
I Ocala spent Christmas here as few days with relatives. relatives here Wednesday after- I tip be made, .pursuant to 11,1 II.. the Circuit Court or I'nltni (Countv, In Bradford
week
: < near Ocala Is spending this to satisfy the. same and costs.K. .
; < and I Clients of her parents, Rev. and Fred and Curtis Youngblood, of noon. "Florida pursuant to final judgment :. K. PERHYMAN County .Florida to-wlt:

: 1 here with his parents, Mr. Mrs. G. E. McGauley. Fort McCoy were here Saturday.. Mr. and Mrs. William Greene, of rendered In said' Court on the llth I As f Special;I Mauler In Chancery. Mouth half of South half of
Mrs. L. M. Murrhre. day of tune, A. 11 1DJS and recorded 12-A-M-1-3 Southeast quarter and Southeast
I Mr and Mrs. .11. P. Gulney and Mr. and Mrs. E. Strickland and Jacksonville, epent Wednesday I In Minute nook 1, at page 321 of quarter of Southwest quarter of
-
, Mrs. Jean Gaskins and daughter children spent Christmas Day In family were dinner guests of Mr. heer with Mr. and Mrs. F. 1\!. Nor- said. (Court and on the lath day of (bib lJIlL: O-K |.| IILE(. \.IIO-V AMJVOTICM : section 28; Northeast quarter of
I' Miss Vergle returned home I Lake Butler as the guests of their .llIn... A I>. 1033.:; recorded In foielgnjudgment O't'ti3 1'0 ""'" 1'1\ Northeast quarter. of Section ;,1"' .
:nd Mrs. Volley McKlnzie, of hook 3 I 10.1: nnd 104of ,
. I. after relatives man.Mr. pnue In hereby given to .T. K.niiliunnun and Northwest quarter of Se '-
Saturday visiting scn-ln-luw and daughter, Mr. and Sampson. Christmas Day. an dMrs. Horace Rosier and the public I rei-ordrt of Itradfoidfounty and wife, Patsy Jlohannnn tlon 34, lens. south half of South
i >: in Jacksonville. Kloilda, for the recovery 'bvfienerii hut Hill of Conil't'iint has half of Southwest quarter of
u
Mrs. R. W Brannen. children of Gainesville spent
:
, Fred Shaw of Ziff in :
I was our !
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan Motors Acceptance Cmporutlon been filed against"" you and each. of Northwest quarter of Section
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen and section Saturday afternoon.Mr. Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. H. a corporation, against Mike You In the Circuit! Court I of Bradford 114 all In Township South
!: and children of Jacksonville spent daughter, Minnie Lou spent C. Norman and family.Mr. Klnndns. and H. Austin nnd H. F.ILoaier 1 County, Florida In Chancery, llnnuro 20 Rain,-cont&VnlnK" S v the week-end here with her moth and Mrs. Wiley Edmondson of the sum nf $284.18 damages In that roitnln cause entitled The ,acre TTIUI or lese,
i Christmas Day with friends and and children, of Terrecea, returnedto and Mrs Russel Norman together with 11965 .."..U. theuimtersignod Federal Land. Hank of. Columbia with the appurtenances, said Mile.
. er, Mrs. Jean Gaskins. Sheriff of Bradford to be made to said Hex. i h' '
h relatives in Gainesville. spent the day Wednesday visitingher Plaintiff versus J. K. Ifol-annan and pursuant
A Mr. and Mrs. Russell Redding their home Friday after spendIng County, Florida, has, levied said execution wife Hnlsy I Hohannan et al, l>e- to .satisfy the same nnd conl
( Miss Mary Lois Douglas of Ala- a few days with Mr. and Mrs. moter'Mrs.: W. O. Silcox at upon the following described. fendants.; to reform a descriptionand i. K. PEnRYMAN.

I' of Evergreen spent last week herewith I, chua spent Christmas Eve here as Starke. lot, piece, parcel or tract of "land foreclosure. u Mortgage at reformed An Special Master In Chancery
Perry Starling.Mr. lying, being' mid situate III IJiad- ll.2D5t.H27.MtSTKIt'4.
Gasklns. coverlnathe described
I I, Mrs. Jean following -
the,,guest of her cousin. Miss Cor- and Mrs. F. M. Griffin spent -- -- ,---.--- fold Countv. Florida, "- : lands situate, lying and be-
i Floyd Denmark, of Woodlawn The HWV4 of the NW-i; of the
delia Brown.A. ZIFF InK 'In Ilradford County Florida, to- SATENOTICE
with his the holidays with Mrs. Griffin'ssister. Sf'' of Nee. 34, Twp 6 M.: llange
! spent Saturday night here I wit: In given thaI tinder -
: E. McKinney of Ralford spent J. O. Jack- ....1.. 22 last Containing' 10 acres more h..eby
aunt, Mrs. Wade Oasklns. >Irs. Philips, In Mis :Mite I.etvlN' CorrespondentJohn NInr\ JfWU of NWU of Section and by a Final Decree
I last week-end here with his fam- or 'less.
onvtlle AR. Township 5 South of Ttange. 22 of Foreclosure made and renderedby
Mr. and Mrs. Curl Hllliard and I, ily. B. Thomas died at his Lot S, SectIon 17. Twp. S S' Kast, and more particularly I described the Honorable K. U S'hrlnl.
Mr. and Mrs. Stricklandwere
{ Dewey flange 22 Mast plat of Woudlawn .
.Tudgre of the Circuit Court
children of Woodlawn. spent I as beginning Northwest
, : Among those from here who attended visiting the latter's parents, home near Brocker Tuesday, December Containing to acres more or less.1r.t corner of Section 35. Township 5 8th Judicial Circuit of Florida' In
I Christmas here at the home of Mr. union at Wa- 24 after Ill 15 Ai N'/. Wood lawn. South and for Bradford In ChAncery -
( the meeting Mr. and Mrs. O. W. a prolonged .rlll: of flange 22 Kast. and running County
. Dyal, Friday. Sec. II I., Tp. 5 K. IS acres.Lot : dated In that
; and Mrs. R. N. Crawford. East 1320 feet to the. S. A. L. December 3. 1936
teroak Sunday were Rev. and Mrs. Rufus and Woodrow Prescott, of ness. lie was ft7 years of age. n In Woodlawn Sec. 1H, Tp. Ity: thence Mouth and parallel c..rtnl. cause therein. lately "..nd'

;f j Mrs. Moncey Thompson and children W. C. Crosby and children. Rev. .ongwood, were visiting Mr. and Born October 3, 1868. S Ho, U. 22 I K. 10 acres more or with the. West side of the. S. A. I* betw..n. Sidney Parks as I'lal"

i. and Miss Edna Harris spent G. E. MrGauley, Mrs. G. B. Colsen He was a member of the Primitive less. It)'. 330 feet. ; thence West to the tiff end W. TI. Parks, It. A. Pew
Mrs. R M. Johnson J. 3
Thursday Trubv. C. L, Conservator
together with all the tenement, Section line dividing Hectlone S4 Rtockwell. as
afternoon at the home of
! Sunday and son Resale Mr. and Mrs. M. night. : Baptist Church for a number hereditaments. and appurtenances and 8.1: thence North 830 feet to of the Rank of Htarke. a

i I Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns, of' 0. Harrcll. Mrs. Beulah Harrell of years. He is survived by his thereunto belonging or In anywiseappertaining the point of beginning' Corporation, Illll hines. and Mrs. Kill
Woodlawn. Mrs. Ruby Dyal, of Waldo visited : aril will on the Rule Also commending: Rt the SW HlneH, Defendant., the undernljcnpilwho .
j' ;, H. R. Brown and T. B. Plnholster. Mr. anti Mrs. O. W. Dyal Wednesday widow, Mrs. Mary C. Thomas. six flay In February, A. 1>. 1936 to-wlt corner of Section 2A, Township. S was therein appointed as tlp.-| .
1-" W. M. Reddish has returned Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Baxter of children. two sons, Reddick Thomas February :aid A. l>. 193A between. South of Range 22 Kant and run- clal Master In Chan..r'. to execunthe
It ft home after being employed on theIf' i afternoon. the legal bourn nf sale before. the | nlnic Fast on the Section. line 1320 same will IrnndaJ. the 81h
,.". Jacksonville spent Sunday hereas Clyde Stilckland and John Ward of Brooker, and Ellery Thomasof f i'ont floor of the C'ounty Court I feet; thence North 43A feet; thence day of January. A. 131. during
cross-state canal at Ocala for the guest of his sister Mrs. A. J. Jacksonville Four daughters, -._ the legal. hour" of Bale; for. the
in Melrose
I were' Wednesday night. Houth of the Courthouse In
If' : ; past few weeks. Plnholster. Little Miss Myrtle Starling. of Mrs. W. H. Shaw of Brooker, Miss NOTICE Starke.,0..1.. a. sell to the hlghent

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Futch of her aunt Rhoda Thomas of Jacksonville and best bidder. for cash the fol-

During the first eight months of Lawtey, spent Christmas Day I 3eLand. was visiting Mrs. F. W. Reynolds of Graham, Not I.'e I" hereby given that the. following ell'.rlb.t. lands. 0" so. mitch .log lowing and; described. hands, situate ly- ,
Irs. Martha Wednesday County.
Broughton thereof aM will be necessary t" pay the amount due for taxes herein Bradford
vet
1934 12,090 motor vehicles were
I here as guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Starling of La- opposite. to the sante, together with cost of Such Ral" slid atv..rtlHlng, Florida, tbaeI'fuln:

Imported Into Denmark. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby. and Crosse, also'seventeen grandchil will b" sold At public auction on the 81h day or January, 1936. at Starke. The the SW14 of theSE
A. Frank
S .. Padgett. Reynolds the county of UrRllrord. of Section IT Township d
-.- ,
Hitch of Ral
Mr. and Mrs. S. E.
John Reynolds, of the cross-state dren.Funeral South Flange 23 East containing
Mexico with Its population of ford are the proud parents of a services were conductedby T."... 30 acres more or less.. ,
anal the with their .
spent holidays hepierlptloe' II.. T JA with the <" \
sale
16,552,722: people today has only A Coals appurtenances, said
baby boy born. Tuesday, Dec. 17. families.Mr. Rev. W. M. Moody of LaCrosse, be made pursuant to Maid Decree to

about one motor vehicle for every Mrs. Hitch will be rememberedhere and Mrs. Henry Padgett of Wednesday, December 23, at 2 p. tEl4 ot NE4. ______nu_ 1 8 20 .0 F.mpire. rumb..r 1'n. ____ II D2 satisfy the mm and <-.i..tiv.K. .

I 200 Inhabitants. as Miss Iris Brown. She is m. Interment was tn New Hope 1414t;t\rf'I: %.I,4-n ; 20 =g Empire: I.iimber Ca 13.39 :. K. pF.1nVMAN.
Glen St. Mary's was visiting the :\ S 20 Empje% l.umber: Co.: :::: 5,49: An Special I cel.

\ now visiting here at the home of latter's mother Mrs. Kate Starling Cemetery under direction of Wilson e:;!!I/'fo"g: : ,{VC&--1'il--( -r15 7 20 U tmpire. Lumber Co. ____ 18.114tlWI. 13-6-' Ct-1-3 "
and Mrs. L. A. Funeral Home of Lake
her parents Mr. during the holidays.Mr. City & KW I.. of SW.23 '7 20 180 Rmpire Lumber Co. .. ._ 12.113 oun.:1 OP Psn1seeTsov AD
Brown. und Mrs. Fred Johnson Pallbearers were: H. H. Howard Nlw "f SWI.4 h 2 6 2t MO Empire: Lumber Co. 15.98 :OT.CI TO APPEAR'
__ 144 of __ :::::::::: un
;- ; I'I\V' h II It RII Empire Lumber ( N In
Mintz and
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Lonnie Mann. A. B. Surrency. C. S,4. 'o. 15.98 given to
and Mrs. of __________ u
I were visiting Mr. Truby .. SWtI II II 21 40 8. Calkins
.\ '.................,.,.......... daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Dyal Waldo Wednesday. S. Kelley, Harley Shaw and L. C. tlP4:! of 14li!'4 .------_____ II s 21 40 Empire.Empire Lumber Lumber (1'0." 0. ________ 8.22 8.u (Calkins nr' Mrs.of Perley lel

\ :n1UclI..., ::::3 Crosby and children all of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Ancll Norman, of Padgett.P. All _c nf__ N\v- '" --
: I sonville Christmas here as W. Lewis of Jacksonville and __ you In Circuit Court of Bradford
spent sevWul; _
9 6 21
-lellbronn Christmas --- ---- .
120
PttICnESS INFORMATION Springs, spent EmpIre Lumber Co. __._ 14.05 County Florida. 'In Chancerv.Jn
;! -for tlMM-e. BuffMlng from the guests of their parents, Mr. Day with Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal of Graham \Vt 1A of NW'l.t of of? lIJ&. .N.f that certain cause entitled The

I' .., V STOMACH KUOKIINAl... inJ Mrs. L. R. Galney. Johnson.Mr. were visiting their parents NJ'I:%;. It N p A of EI 10 of Federal Land hank of Columbia.
.. )UL<'H.MI-1! ,DDK TO HYriaA Bullen and Clarence Mr. and sC.i of NW'4 ,t Si. of Plaintiff versus Perley 8. Calkin.
!( >I <.IL IIV rooa i>io .i. Mrs. J. J. son and Mrs. David Durbln and Mrs. L. W. Lewis recently. and wife Mr. Perley B. ('alkln. etal.

.. I ,II 1'ION, cm oYsrirsiA.SOUK spent the holidays in Lake Rufus George and Woodrow of NMAofBefNtVy5:'. ., Defendants., t,) foreclose a modrt.
1 I 'STOMAC M, GASAINltNEi. Miss Loecy Fogg were dinner :rP \ -tl0 8 U at FI'ank F. Thomas ______ 12.30 gage the. following.
her sister Mrs N'i v4VC; coverln/
ItaARTBUMN.CONSTIPATION Butler as guests of of Mrs. C. Christmas Prescott, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mines .. and being

)'L'. Laaaa6s... .0To BAD H."O.BKIAt. .."II....aLgae.. nut/ .. Steve Brannen. guests .Fogg and children were all visiting their N'tiE'nf" of BE\NW'4\ & -SWt4-- ,____of__10 6 21 po Eo E. Norman ______ ___ 28.U In the. County of Bradford lying State

I .! ixcmas ...<.11.. ... The farmers In this. sectIon are BETHEL parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Pres- CVL1 -- ----- ________10 II tt un EmpIre. Lumber of Flor''a.' to-wit I
A.s e...- ....-.M..g Co. .24.05 Northeast Northwest
SEI or SSVt. nr NW\4\ __ _It .6. 2t quarter of
''I MIT'I"' LL'S UIU'U STOKE : very busy preparing their ground Mrs. Ralph Quiney, CorrespondentMr cott recently. ES'a ',. n .6. 21 HO Lester Crosby n__ ___:: 6.0: quarter Section Thre. (3)).
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'if fjti S bN15r ---.i-23 Unknown ________ ____
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"., for their tobacco and other crops Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lewis and Lot u 11.83 Township Six (6) Sooth of

and Mrs. and two r..wtey ------------- Ifnkn"wn Range Twenty-two. (23) East of
Ralph of
Galney granddaughters Lakelandwere ?4Wui of AW'A of SE454; II 22 --------- 8 U the Tallahassee. Meridian. con-

:'1 How Calotabs Help Nature children have returned home after visiting relatives her re Coat NE4 of. KW, -_.____ _....16 .S. U to 40 Mr.l'nknown. Alice :J.:--!:ugt---...-::: 111:84 9'U: talnlnl forty 40) acre, more

I : spending the Christmas holidaysIn cently.Mr. of ;tvro
Lake City. and Mr. E. J. Lewis and ft far a pt .f beg named In this Notice are hereby required -

ll To Throw Off Bad Cold Mrs. F. R. Coleman and children children were In our section Thurs- thence 8 use rt to Uhlh- to Appear to the said Fill (
way thence W 11110 of
: a were visiting, R. L. Lee and family day.Mr. See line thince N ft I1Wto.it'l toQr on Complaint the nth day so of filed January.against 1(31.you at i

;t Millions have found In Calotabs a 1 Second Calotabs are diuretic to thekidneys Monday.W. and Mr. Leo Dyal and chil- ft to land .h th.nc: B the Court House la Starko, Floridalotherwise :

,,6. ,w:3: snoot valuable aid in the treatment promoting the eliminationof L. Silcox and children werevisiting dren spent the holidays here with 'of. 3 tot T -&--"B--23 1 22 It Wilbur Itolt..ndorf ____ 18.11& will be entered, a, Decree against pro Confesso and eachof .

i, ', :i of colds. They take one or two -U">- cold poisons from the system. Thus 1 in this section Sunday. their parents Mr. and Mrs. T. D. 754ft ot Lot"nBEcoraf you for failure to Appear.you
'ia Ilea the first night aud repeat thaMdrd Calotabs serve the double purpose of NF.li of NEI4-fl4. A.U S n :2 IT IS ORDERED Notice
\ Herman Lee of this nectlon was Dyal. Iamle 10h... ________ that this
',f or fUUi night U needed. a. purgative and diuretic, both ot W U; ft of Lot 4 4 all 13" be published once a week for four
.1 How do CaloUbs help Nature which are needed in the treatment visiting his sister Mrs. Lillie Cole- Miss Ruby Shaw of Tallahassee L..t.1on\ II .Id. of NE\06\ consecutive week In the Bradford

IP throw ed a cold Pint. Calotabs is of colds. man. Sunday. I la spending the holidays here "r NE\a-Hit\ A _____ ____2I! 4 It I Iaml.. 10hn. __________ 13.64 County Telegraph a newspaper bav-
with
ena of the moat thorough and dependable Calotabs are quite economical: Lot 8 ar N.: 4 of NE __It S U 1 M.mle Johns lag general circulation' In Bradford
E of all lnU tlnal ellmlnanU only twenttcents for the famll:,. Harvey Calney of Boatdraln was her parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry N34.ot SE _________nU T 12 18 Unknown __..._u__:_=:::-. 1.12 1 U County Florida, r
,. 1 thus cleansing" the Intestinal tract ofthe I package, ten. cents for the trial visiting his mother, Mrs. Lizzie Shaw. La 12. 14. U. n. It Blk Title 4 day of December A. D. 1835.
I I I 40. Hampton Park _It-U T U Ma. Hayes _______ I A. J. THOMAS
\F girnj-ld wusu and toxines. package (AdvJ Lee, last week. L. R. Galney of Brooker, Mr.. __ 1.11C Clerk Circuit Court

A. K."lJOIiT. Tat Collector of Bradford 6ouot5 rtoridI 126.5elit'3Itrp.3ford\ County. Florida.


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May 2-France and Russia signed Feb. B-House voted down Inquiry Haul shut oft all fo suppliesNational July 1 Stratonpher- balloon blew I I r- PINE LEVEL !
mutual assistance sgreeln.ntMay Into Postmaster General Farley'e Guard called o t, up while being Inflated at Rapid April Warren Delano Rob bil"

81-Japan delivered ultimatum gifts of atampa to friends.Feb. July IS Senate passed AAA City, s F). Athenian, minister to Canada Hra. II. M. McRae !
to China and prepared to occupy Extension of NRA. two amendment bill. 15-Will Rogers, comedian April S-Adolph 8. Ochs owner Correspondent
Pelnlng& and Tientsin. years tlht.nln.of hour and wage President Roosevelt named L. W. and Wiley Post, famous aviator I and publisher of New York Times.Federal .
Chronologyof June 7-Bolivia and Paraguay accept of present Crlm.1 to succeed Paul Pearnon a. killed I In plan crash near Point Bar Judge Harry O. Andersonof Elder and Mrs. C. A. Crosby and
U basis' of settlement of Oran staff asked by President Roosevelt.Fob. governor of Virgin Ixlnnd. row Alaska. T"p'"e. children of Brooker visited Mr. \
Chaco war. a-near Admiral Cary T. Terre Haute General strike called 10-Benny Howard won Ben. April, is-John Psaldlrg, American ,
: AuN.
June J-Wal In Oran Chaco ended (Irayaon named chairman of Red off by unions. all race Los Angeles to Cleve sculptor. and Mra. Brttton Alvitrcx Sunday.Mr. .

tho Year by Cross. July H-Hou..e passed liquor control land.Sept.. p.r..r.n T. Baker, former and Mrs. Willis Dyal have
IS Richard Haupt. nf the mint.
June 111-Grest Britain and Germany Kvb. -Bruno bill. S-Harold Neumnn of MolIne
concluded naval agreement mann found guilty of murdering July 2$ Senate passed bonk bill as 111., won Thompson trophy race at April 2I-Alf..d! I. rtu rant Industriiillot moved from thin Mellon, and will |
disregarding France. LlndherKh baby: sentenced to death.Congress drafted bv 3a! a. Cleveland. In Jacksonville, be missed their
by
June 23-United Slates embassy In voted to end federal pay James O'Neill resigned as head of Sept. 11-Laura. set new' May 5--W, C. Plnwldill t.mr.r- rnnny trends
1935 M.xlco City bombed. cuts. NRA. August 1July women's record Inf.l.. tn eastIranacontinontat slice lender. In Washington.Mnv here. We wish them suces
lO-Zihiopia I appealed to the Feb. 14-Robert K. Wood Chicago ar..t.e passed bill reStoring hour a4 Senator Mronson M. Cut- their new home near
: Sampson
w for fair play In contest with named to head advisory committeeon ....000.fI00 In Spanish war minute (it .. fl1ht. t. tlnx of New Mexico. '' ,
Italy, and demanded early action by $*.$$000.000 work relief plan. veterans pensions. Sept IS--Howard Utilities mnrle U"ySathnn H. Dole, American City. *!
fey League of Nations.July Feb. --Thlrty-on convicts shot new land plan author and translator.May .
Compiled AUK. 8-New UX bill pained by speed record, 333
t-Unltel State and Russia way out of Oklahoma reformatory; .. t muss an hour.A.pt. in-Herbert \11..rpooo.. director Frank Fountain of Ocala spent >

I_ E. W. PICKARD conclded agreement. guard killed and .1.11 prisoner hOUI Aug. 6-Rhode) Ikmnd Republicans II-Lieut. relic Wallkusstarted Metropolitan :. the Christmas holidays here with .1;
/ Italluna wounded. elected Charles F. Risk its cnnsrrsss non-stop solo flight from New In New York.
.uly 2-Forly
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t.entJ Feb. Administration won In Mny 12-Marshal Josef his father, Gus Fountain
__ 0 In border man. defeating* Mew Deal randl York to Rations, Lithuania. PI.ud.kl. '
Aug. -League of Nation council Supreme court Ioll clause decisions data. Sept. t>-Wsttkus made farced dictator of Poland. Those who enjoyed the Christmas -
delayed for one month settlementof by 6 to 4 vote.Feb. AUO- -MaJ. Oen. R. D. Fotilnls. landlnl at Ireland un Its!, IS-MM. J. S. .h.n. editor '
FOREIGN Italo-Bthloplan: quarrel. 22-Hou. passed largest bend of army air urps, voluntarilyret hu.t a.ltnrobe. Atlanta Journal and former senator dinner at II. M. McRae's were: '

Aug. 26-United State demanded peacetime army bill appropriating137S.ODO.000. (red. ". I-Sir l'hllt. Klngsford. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and- 1
Jan. I-Dolvla'. general army mo. Russia stop subversive plotting In Aug. Enactment of social seen Smith A lust t.lej den. Harry Lee, U. 8. ma.
blisaton W.lt effect. Sov let territory March President asked congress rlly law completed. Bay of Auatrlnl I/tol. II tines.Mnv. children, of Gum Branch Mr. a j

tribesmen massacred Aug. 27-Russia formally rejected for outright subsidy to merchant Aug. 1ft-Senate passed new tax Nov. t.nlnl. .. A. W. Stevens and 14-Dr. Kdnln B. Frost as I Mrs. Wesley McRuo and ''j!
107 person In Arrlca the American Communist marine to repine con '* O. Anderson .
protest A. tronomer.Pleasant
against present mal bill of the army reached
Feb. -Byrd for activities. tract and buldlnl loan .).. house cleared Federal Judge Al record of 74,000 feet In stoval, former ministerto Mr. and Mrs. L A. Crosby and; '

New Ze.I"I1 after 1 months In Ant Aug. 30-Kmperlor Hall Selassiegranted March 1-8. William r..llnel chiller of IlllnoUi of mt.eo"'uctchAr. ."alltud.b.l.on. ,wla..lan.1 i children, and W. M. Newman,
vast concession as head board. Nov. 13- of New Zen- P. Weyerhaeuser, I
.rctc Germany planned army of4OOOOO. In Ethiopia, dev.lnpn..nt an corpora March Government moved to 10-Senate passed. farm morn. solo flight. the lumber mngnnte. |all of Rising Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Ameican Aug. I.nl madl .
with mlt. running Into tion. replace all national bank currency tnrlum and pension bllln andadopted Atlantic.NOV. a.rul. May 18-John n. Drexel of Philadelphia i Jackson, of Gainesville, and Mr. j'j'I
I \ .. Second American protest note sent with money based on gold taken by lal"A3 report on banking Pan-American line's Chltin In I
Saarlander staged wildcelebration .rhom. E.) lawrence and Mrs. B. M. McRa and children
Feb. 28 to Ru.ell on Communist plots. tree aury. buli. rl"p.1 left Ala.eI. Pallf. fur May II)-Cul.
halting return of territory Sept. Ethiopian development March II-House repealed pink House passed Ouffey coal bill, railway l.nla with Ir.t "- al.mal. --"Lw..nr. l.at'I.-ln novlng- of this section.
f. Oermany. concession' cancelled by the American slip Income tax publicity feature. bill and conference reports
March Revolution brok. out la owners on request of American March 14--J. Crawford Biggs, solicitor pension on banking and river am 85-Lincoln TSIIswnrth dlxap- May 21 1.. June Adtlnm o Chicago Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Rushing and-
Greece. general re.igne.1.March peered famed. I worker. children were at GuaFountain's '
"government. harbors bills.Aug on flight over Antarctic con. visiting
King r Slam abdicated 20-AAA restrictions May 27- Admiral' ,V. C. Cole

Sept. 4-L..u. of Nations council powers tinent. I .
and "I.OI I life In met In Geneva and received Ialy'* on planting of jed "hel. of l-on"rel.passed"IIArl.d. Nov. 29-China Clipper arrived at ret irml. Tuesday night.
England. statement against' EthIopia fearing food shortage ity resolution concerning Italo-Kthl- Manila. V'lr'yNiO-William Pudlev FnnUe, Buck and Billy Geiger and
March S-Oreak troop defeat rebels March accepted Patman ,. civil ssrvlc reformer, at I Wal
later counu'Y'1 reply I-Houl. .. oplnn ,unlr.l.AUI. 0. -Chlnn Clipper completed E. V. all of Green Cove
In Macedonia. S.pt. of Nations assem currency naton plan pay sol accepted round trip to Manila.SPORTS. tkhmoml. Ind. Wal.
Prince Ananda, eleven year old. 9-L..U. dlors' bonus. U.-lou. In "omplo- Rear Admiral W. L.Capps Spring, were visiting: Leslie Fountain -
named king of Slam. Frank D U.n.v&Kellogg resigned from March SI-President asked con. bill. .nt.nce" IT. R. N., retired. ,

larch 12-Greek rebellion ended World court ..... to pass stricter food and drug nuffev coal bill passed bv senate Jun.VI.l'ounl DynE of \In.y. Wednesday night.
fled. Sept. I 1-8fl Samuel Hoare. British bl House passed revolution for mandatory Jan Alabama defeated StanfordIn George QroKsmlth, English William Brooks of a CCC Camp ;
March 16-Hitler decreed conscript secretary told League of March {S-Senate passed work embargo arm Rose Rowl football glut at June lS.-lilwin P. Morrow ex-
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Ih.pm.nt- In Louisiana
Is visiting his father
of 640,000. Britain relief governor Kentucky : ,
army I Nation assembly would Iso- measure to nations at wnr. ** .na
April Austrian cabinet decidedto late herself from continent unlessall March 24-President gave his approval Aug. 23-John .'Wlnanl appoints! < t-Sullivan trophy ,' In"'J rinnr Wlllnma. noted cartoonist.June Grady Brooks.
Increa army over strength al* members of league consentedto to proposed constitution forPhilippines. chairman of labor relations hoard. Rill Honthron of l'rlnl'8101 W. Suroul of. ChlraiK !
Miss Etta Fae of
lowed by treaty of St Germain. I take sanctions against an aggressor. I Aug. 24-Sennte accepted conference A. A. IT. ex-conKressninn, Dyal. Samp I
April 29-Germany began building March 2(1-President left on n.hl'l on utilities' new tax 'Feb. 21-Aaitenr won $10.400anlA July 5-J. J. Hernet of Cleveland son, wns visiting Miss Vtsta i
submarines In defiance of peace Sept. 12-Secretary of State Hull trip off the liahamns.Henatu and Alcohol r.rnrl.control bills: and approved Anita handicap. railway executive. I Rae
treaty.Lerroux. naked Itnlv and Elhlopll to keep passed $905,000,000 treasury neutrality reso March 7-Sir Malcolm llv.1 I let ford) American author Friday. iI
Camllh.1
cabinet II Spain resigned. their unde the Kellogg bin hut ion. oomplonI. broke own r.rn..1. nt Oaytot'l' n.l.t. Mr. and Mrs. C. If. Neal and
May len.t.nced .bl.aton. March 87 House voted t38.000.000 i tea"h. ( MaJ. Gen Stuart llelntselnian -
!-Ieuth.rlo" V.III.lol pact. Texas voted for prohibition repeal d.IYln. car 2711 h.nr. f- I Dalton
Neul of Gainesville
..ek H. A. grandson,
part Sept. 14-Italian cabinet refused to strengthen navy shore bases. ansi local option Cambridge beat Oxford In ,
r.volt compromise on Ethiopian' question. March 28-Senate voted for repealof Aug. 2A Congress AdJourn.1 annual shell race. July 9-R.y I.nl. noted magasln were visitors at H. M. :c.funlay. .
1.y Celebration of _lve jubi S.pt. 19-Jews appealed to League Income tax publicity feature. third deficiency appropriation April I II dene S.irascn won Musters' editor. Itae's I
King Qeorg of Ole.t Drlaln of Nation to stop "persecution" In March 20-Coal miners and operators killed bv Senator Long's filibuster\ golf 1 tournament st Augusta. (3u.. Julv 12-Lt. Col. Alfred Dreyfim
'. began. Germany. e dl.o: continue wag seal Aug. Sit-James A. Moffet resignedas April 20-Jesse Owens of Ohio of France.July II. M. made a business .

lay II-Thlrty.thl.O Greek naval Sept. 21-Italy rejected peace plan until June federal housing administrator.Sept. State set I.W American r."or.1 for 17-George William Russell, trip to Orlando Monday. i.
cOldemn.1 d..th for partIn of league committee. April 1-United States Supremecourt President ordered Inquiry broad 20 feet I Inches, at Irish poet. I
again lonvlctlun and Drake relay.Miv July 21-Mrs. Puxll de SellncnurtAnne -.---- -
Ivolt. Sept. 26 'League of Nation council rev.I.1 Into d.ath. of hundreds nt war veterans ,
ay -Emperor Hall* Selassie of acted to enforce pence but gave death ..nt.n. negroes In famous In Florida hurricane ; Omaha won the Kentucky ( Duugln Hnlgwlck), Kiughiahr."veli.st I
Ethiopia ordered freedom for all Italy ten days to agree to concilia Scottsboro case. Sept. .-Stewart McDonald appointed derhy. I. GUM URANCHMH
erfs. tion. Five per cent pay raise for railway federal administrator. May l0-Cnnsoneri! regained llKhtwelKlit July CR-Col, II. II. Rogers of New | Cor.
May 14-Crown Prince Frederlk Bept. 20.-Great Britain promised workers went Into effect. t.oullnR title by whipping A.nh."I." York" capltnllHt.Charles ElzRh.'lh Iliirnugr,
of Denmark and Princess Ingrld of to support collective action againstany Apri 6-Conferenceiport on work Sept. -8enp,or tOmmy P. Long of May 18-Jess* Owens of Ohio M. clurk. utilities n.alnat8..
Sweden married. aggressors.Oct. bill accepted t J senate and Louisiana shot and critically wounded State set new world' record for luw July 28-Urny Sllvur. el"'ln r..n Mr. and :rs. A. J. Wllliama, of

May SO-Premier Flandin of France. Emperor Halle Selassie/. house. In Union Rouge: assassin killed hurdles.Muv le"I.r. Hnlilwln the of relatives .
defeated by chamber of deputies Infinancial formed League nf Nations Italian April President Rool.v.1 ended by Long's of Michigan July 39-Dr. Walter Wlllm., educator were guests -. ,

crisis, realgned with hi. had Invaded Kthlopla from Krltrca.General : his n.hlnO trip and .Iln.d work Sept National bodyguard.encampment ol and. 2-U.'v..IJ Dig Ten golf nt Columbia Of,. I here Ttie
Ca b I net. mobl'ijallon. of all Fascist .e O. A. opened In Grand champlon.hlla. July t0.-F'redericiu. H. Ol.t of of last week.
May SI-Boulsson formed new In Italy April 9-7-louse passed McSwaln I Mich.Kept. n Itnl.I. Stay Americans defeated Italian M'tOn.hl..tM.' fu.m,1, and

French cabinet. Oct. 3-Italian planes and artillery war profits bill. 'Senator Long died boxers 5 >. In Golden Glove Unlt.,1 I 1.1 I."ttor. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dobbs of Raiford. -
June 4-French cabinet ousted by Senate passed the public In Chicago. Tito,
bombarded Aduwa Adlgrat and Har. navy Sept. IS-Olev Nelson of .sinter tourney AuN. were guoHta of J. A. Hurnaga
ohamb.1 of deputies. rnr. killing? and wounding hundreds.General works bill carrying 131.000,000. I Town fleeted commander In chief of May 15-Lawson. Little of California and former postuiaatergeneral. .
-Pierre Laval. formed new mobilisation ordered by Em.'peror April 19-Hous* passed administration's O. t II. again won British amateur golf and family SumJity.
,., French government. Halle Selassie. social security bill. S.uut. IS-Franklin C. Hnvt appointed title, A iK. 9 Representative Charle Mrs. Marion of Rat-
June 7-Stanley Baldwin succeeded Oct. 4-Italian* Invaded southern April 23-Frank. Walker named director federal alcohol aclmlnlstraBept. Jesse Owens of Ohio state set T.la. of Ohio Brownln& !
Kamsay MacDonald as prim minister Kthlopla. and captured Adlgrat In of National I Emergency council t tur. three new world r.co.d. and ledanother AIM.1-111 William Walean Eng ford! was vlallng Mrs. H.
of Ureat Britain. the north. and chief adviser In work relief 17-Voters of Pennsylvaniaand In Rig Ten track meet L Kitwimls I
Day.
July 10-Austrian diet revoked Oct. Italians captured Aduwa I New Mexico rejected changes woe won by University of Aug. It-Will Rogers, actor and Chl'lstmal I
; Ih'IIKln.
banishment of Hapubiirgs and .*. S.nno Ethiopians killed. April 24-'re.ldent announced creation In state constitutions.Sept. May 1 liarney Ross whipped< humorist.Wiley Debris and Junior Hodges. of

stored their properties.July Oct. 7-I.caguo of of new agencies for work 91-President Roosevelt nllocnlecl Jimmy Icr.a.nln. r.lnlnl "0.11 Post, aviator Olusti-c, last week here with
Oardnsr spent
Nnton. .oln.1 ( editor
2-.man government put found Italy's relief p.ngr.m. and named eight ISOn.OOO.OOO more to WPA .. Aug. l7-.tlilenn ,
ban on youth organlsa- .. til. and attl Ii In Washington.I Annie Mae and Leila Karnage.
al rlllou. "an act of war against all other i cl"u.1 projects American Legion convention opened May 80- .. won Inillunapolls .
tlon April 25-Secretary Ickes named 600-mile auto race. Aug. 32 Admiral Koiiilourlotls,
member of the league. In Ht. 1.011., Mo Mr. and Mra. W. Conner and
Aug. 2-Law for n..government Oct. Austria nnd Hungary refused head of works allotment division. James M. Landls was appointed' June 8-llnne"ot. won Dig Ten first president of (Ireek replblo. H

of India enacted by British parlia to join In League of Nations April 28-Harry Hopkins mail chnlrmiin. of the NI ('. baseball championship. Aug. 2ft-Thomas A. .:,II..n. children of Stui-ke were guests of

ment. sanctions agntnpt Italv. bend of works progress division Soft conl miners hegnn slrllco. June 6-Aura Khan' Bah.al won Aug. 27-Chllde Hassiim. American, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. $app Christmas
Aug. It-Revolt against King Zog 10-League declared Ap.1 29-tuJrem. court ruled In Sept 211 Prenltlent Roosevelt English dcrhv.June artist
of Albania crushed. Italy Oct. outlawed.Oct. a"emhll ta.kel dam tarteil on trip to Pacific coast. : 7-Ohio State won central In. Aug. 2ft-Queen Aslrld nf Belgium Day.

Aug. 2-Fcuadol army officers 1 League voted embargo on case. Ktrlke of soft coal miner won h t.rcol..lat. track m..t. Aug. 30-Henri llurbusse, noted Mra. Tate Alvarez and children,
arrested arms and munitions for Italy and May I-United States Chamber of the union. ) I-I' I'.rk. Pittsburghwon French author and pacifist.
to set up a dictatorship ra"JYnIII raised embargo on arms for EthiopiaOct. Commerce adopted resolution oppos. Ray Murphy of Ida Drove, Iowa, championship. Aug. 81-Mrs. Hiirold Ickes. wifeof of Rising spent Saturday night
Antonio Conn a. hi* IUCCle801. 14-League of Nations banned Ing legislation asked by the admin- elected. commander of AmericanL.llon. June 11-Jiuncs J. lirnddnck won secretary of the Interior.Herman with Mr. and Mrs. II L. Edwards.I I
29-Queen 1st ration heavyweight American author
championship from
AUj. In automobile accident. foreignloan Oct.' Fifty-two* Italy members of May <-Leland Harrison appointed 29-New budget announced, Ma, liner. and editor : Jn'n.' T. N. Norman who Is employed
Hept.
Sept. Mexican women workers League of Nations declared a minister to Rumania. 1.luoln.! deficit by more than a bil Jun. 16-Johnnv Revnlia. Jklltwnu- S.Pt. 2-Ciuarles Dickinson of Chicago at Ocala spent last week Lere with
given the f.an'hle. on Italian goods and an boyc.t May Supreme court declared a quarter. kee pro won western open golf title, pioneer In aviation.George
Sept. 3- Welxman elect key exports. railway pension act unconstitutional. 108 pat. SO_Van Hwearlngen' brother June eI -University: of Californiawon C. Hanson, jan American his family.Mr. .
ed president of World Zionist organization. Oct. -Qerviany formally ended May 7-Senate passed the Patman regained control of their railway Poiighkeepsl, regatta diplomat .. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and
bonus June '. Black Helen Hept. 4 Walter T Sumnerof I
-II.hop
In of bil.Convicton empire.
Nations
League -B.a.I..
\1 Sept. 15-German r.lchltal passed membership Nov. I I-I..u. of Nation ordered of ex-dov. vVllllam Oct. President Roosevelt sailedon won Am..lcan derby In Chicago .r"J.n... "Inle. against vice. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Norman were
lAW. maklnl the national sanctions against Italy Into North Dakota and foul Cruiser Houston from San Diego. Yal* defeated Harvard In annual Abbatt of New guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp
} trade flag; forbiddingmarriage effect others for conspiracy to misuse Mal Oen. Maim Craig appointedchief regatta. York historian.Mrs. .
of Jew to Aryans, and Novemb.1. 1.notice of withdrawal eral relief flnda reversed by Federal of staff of army. June 25_Jo* 1,0.11 defeated Prlmo Wilson Wo.I.ow. American Christmas Day.

setting up three classes of German from League of Nations. Court Appeals. B-New Jersey Court of Er Camera In New York. novelist.Hept. Mrs. J. D. Dobbs, Jr., and Clyd
cltisajMhtpr excluding. Jews. Nov. 6-Germany told Leagu of May 8-House passed the omnibus rort Appeals nph.lr1 death sen July II-hA.le. Yates of Atlan 8-11 L. Doh.nl oil magnate. I
Sept. 17- Manuel Qu.aon elected to Nations she would bar trade In banklnr bill. for Bruno llHtiptmann for ta won .at.rn golf title at Sept 5. 8. Penne- and Lonnle Dobbs, of Balford. were

b* first president Philippine r.- good for Italy or Ethiopia.Nov. May -President Roosevelt estab.llsbed murdering the Lindbergh baby Colorado Springs. will nf Pennsylvania. visiting J. A. Ilarnage and family
publlo.Sept.. Italians occupied Makal rural electrifies division, Oct. U-pre.ldent In July 2O-Hitgiish tennis' team won Hept. to-United States Senator
fe-Federico Paes became and Gorshal. Ethiopia.Nov. headed by Morris L. Cook. Panama.Oct. loouv.1 Davis rup from Americans.' Ju.y P. Long of lAII.btna. Tuesday of last week.

military dictator of Kcuador. 9-Japanel. naval unit occupied Dennis Chavea appointed senator 17-Vice President Oarnerand Aug. 7-Jo* l.ul. whipped King .pt. lh-'iiv. Runnella, vie president Johnnie and Michel Knight spent !
Oct. 10-Greek republic upset by part Shanghai: new crisis from N military coup; restoration of monarchy threatened.Nov. May U-Kenut. passed extend for Philippines. Aug. 17-American women tennis. Sept 14-Dr. L.. (San., n.tol of last week In Jacksonville with rel

decreed by national assembly 11-Mussolini protested ing NRA until April 1. I99 bil. Oct. 18-William Green re-elected team best English and retained German chemical Industry. atives. I
Oct. 14-Premier R. B. Bennett of formal l Wlghtman Dame Madge veteran
Lang's resolution for of American Federation of cup
against K.nd.l.
Canada and Conservative party defeated Nov. 17-United Rrstea-Canadlan. Fancy rejected by senate.Investigationof president Labor, Aug. 2 -Lou Bnllcs won bantamweight En.l.h Rol..I. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and:; ,

I In parliamentary election by trade treaty made public. May -Representative Michael I... Oct. !President noo."v.1 land. title by heating Slxto Uscobar S, Cooper, former V daughters were guest of Mr and
Liberals 1.0 by Mackenzie King. Nov. against by I"oe appointed United State dl.trlctatorney ed at Charleston S. In New York 8. commissioner of education.Julss .
government head B2 1-San.tlon. Italy at Chicago. Oct. voted by big Aug. 11-lr. Gleans Collet Var Camhnn. French diplomat.Hept. Mrs. II. M. McRae Chllstm .

..dOttk'I"1 King Installed I Gen. Pletro.' I. .rec.. lay $-Senate passed the Wagner majority 2-.rm.r..'.nton of cornhogprogram. won nations! golf championship. 20-Oen. W. W. Atterbury, ---+. ,
Gen. Emlllo de Mono as relations huh retired president of Pennsylvaniarailroad. ,-
voted for recall of In of Italian arm command.1 May 18-Audit b Oct. 27-United States Supreme : Malcolm Campbell 1 of SAXTON
King George II. pia..hle Jlhlo. Oen..nl McCarl Compt.ol.1 court opened fall session In Its new I/t-I new world record of Sept ill -He Wolf hopper Amen.Olin .
' Nov. Chancellor Hitler of Germany Nov. 20-Pnrie Plus named twenty II TVA. dl..lose/ar.t home. hour with his Due- conn dlan.Hept llrs. W. A. Tyler CuirespudSJ.
' dissolved the Steel Helmets new cardinals. Nov. 4-Eastern standard tlni'* for ., automobile In Utah !l-Krnest: P. Rlcknell. vie
war veterans association. lay SO-President fixed wages and chairman of American Red Truss.Oct. Mr. W. R. "swanbom last
Nov. 27-Japan seised control of for work Chicago adopted hy council.Nov. Sept. 1 Helen Jacob n.taine.iWomen's lel ,

' call Nov.to 10 Greek-Klnar throne George," I accepted bodies north China of Inlhvny. and sent large h.Norman. rele.pol.am.. marlon trol of. 5-ltepubl'an. gained. con and ship.Sept I national tennis champion sdltor.ct.! .. i-Karl 11..lman. mttgiisln week for Ft. Myers spending -''|

Nov. IS-Serious Egyptian riot Dec. 2-troops Prltlsh cabinet Tientsin decided area.to n minister to Canada.' elected of le.h.latu., and 12-Wllmer Allison won na (> S-ninhop T F. Oallor. clinn.rollor the Christmas holidays her*,
May mayor
against British domination.Nov. U-tr.hl.nt Roosevelt appearing tional tennis of University of the South
support nil embargo against Italy: Cleveland. A. B. Chandler Democrat, championship. with his family.
14-British Conservatives and ber.r joint suasion ; II I Hewanee, ,
elected of Kentucky Lawson Little won national T"nl
London governor ama
of
Prim. MIII.I.I Baldwin ware parlia dered"ntl..lrcr.ft strengthened.Pi .f.n.e.. or bonus of measure congress The house. Immediately PAtmnn- Nov.: 7-Federal Jil'lg* W. C. Cole teur golf title.Sept Ort.le".y I. Jou.nel. French Mrs. I. P. Jarvls and baby, June,f

m.nlary .. 6-American. Irish and Ca. re-punned It. man at Raltlmor held publle I utilities 19-Itlsko won middleweight Itll""man. of Avon Park, are here visiting her!.
Nov. Commonwealth of .Kdwsrd C. Moore
the nndlsn delegates holding act unconstitutional.Nov. championship from Yeros in Oct. nf Chicago
Philippine established and Manuel plan trans-Atlantic met In air Washington service. May 23-enate sustained Presi 11-J. N. chief of burgh Pit" musician and miioln critic.. parent Mr. and Mrs. O. L,. Brown.'!
Quexon as president.Nov. d.nt''elo of bonus act lbs Darlnl. Hept. 80 Detroit Oct. Wilson, veteran
Ina"urat.1 Dec. fl-Italian planes bombed Imperial Mny 24-Senate 1460,000,000 blol"II..1 Tigers won cmitle 1-j'rln'I.. Mitts Dorothy Swanbuui of Taljluhussee
"
proclaimed P".d "
Roosevelt
Ju-k.nK
I-Yln refused AO..lcan L""ul pennant 1
palnce, American
2S In eastern fled Cross In ..ho.plnl. and. navy appropriation bill. to Interfere. In Mexico's church Sept I-Jo. Ionl. knocked out Oct. Id-M.I. J den. Milton J. Fore- Is spending her vacation ]
of t.nt. May 27-United Htates Supreme man of Chicago.
Hopel province China affairs. Mia round al New
Emperor Halle Bclnssla la.r here at her home. j'
formally pro. court unanimously ruled the Maj. Hen ;
In code W. L
Military northastern liar association upheld Yo.k. Ilh..t. one of
l.oke tested
I"'ol nf
to League
Br.ol. Nations. structure and wag and labor hours lawyer of legal Liberty aid. Sept 7-Chicago Cubs won Na butldcrn uf Panama rl'"tl.Ckt. Mr. and Mra. C. C. Sumner were
Deo. 8-4Jreat
Nov. George returned Britain and France nrovlnlor of NRA were unconstltti.llonal. len"I"Nov. 20 .or.1 Roosevelt tional League championship 17-T. V. ()'(. former
, U-Klnl I agreed en last peace offer to Italy wentto visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Norman -
. to the Greece.Nov. Dec. International Warm Springs. On.Nov. Sept. U-Am..loan pro golf chll.m.t. U. H shipping h..r.1.
8-Hitler started new"purge. opened In Londcn.naval confer.el" Fra.ler Lemk farm mortgage 23-United States hipping won Ryder cup from british ..t"al. Oct. Congressman I. 1. Klmnll of Rising, last Wednesday

.. arresting hundreds. 11-Ethiopia rejected Franco. moratorium act held Invalid b Supreme board warned American .hIPP..1 Oat J- Chicago Cubs defeated >> I I of K.la'.o.' Mich.Oct. A Brown, who Is employed in
Revolt In 131 being n.. ) 20-Mi j. Urn. A. W. nel
B.aal crushed. British pl.in. court.President against shipping war material to D.trol Tigers In first world series Greely,
killed. Deo. "ea. demand for naval Roosevelt's removal of Italy and Ethiopia: Arctic explorer.Hliln.iv spent the Christmas holidays -.
!
Deo. 1'-Great Britain ordered na rarity I-JapAn' other In the lute William K. Humphrey as Nov. B.1-John U Lewis resignedas 0".. 2.-Tigers Won second game Smith, cnrtoonlsr. here at his home.
.ll reservist officer to report for pow.l. trade c.mmlll.ner declared Invalid vice president of A. of L. from Cub.. Oct 21 Lungtlon K.) 1ltcl.el. of I
duty. .ndon Deo. 18 p..I.y.- Samuel HearS resigned by Supreme court. Nov. 24-Supreme u.t; grantedtemporary ; Oct. "".. won third world New York playwright. 3d taut Dorothy Swanbom entertained -
!
Han Kerr German church dictator .s >1rltlf.h foreign becauseof May 2S-Senate passed Copeland Injunction against AAA settee g'am Oi't 22-Ltr. J. i,'. RlnoilKood of a large number of
IAme.
decreed censorship for pastoral opposition to Franco-British secretary food drug and cosmetla bill. p.nc.uln. taxes on rice. Tony .. defeated Al Roth Hultlmore, cancer expert I yogpeople
latter. plan. peace May 29-Californiut Pacific exposi Federal relief ended with retaining llahtwelght title Lord. < 10 n. North Irish states with a Chrlatmaa tree and

Dec. Church of England commission defeated 'In big ton at lan Diego opened. 8.600000" shifted from FERA roll Oct. il-Tigers won fourth' Earns man.Oit.. program Thursday night at her
claim Illnn. Elhoplan" Federal Jlldx W. I.
r.je.t.d of women to of President Roosevelt sug to WPA pay rolls.Deo. In w..1 serice. 2
enter priesthood. .United. States M.kale. gested revision of Constitution to 2-Oeorg* N. Peek resigned Cubs captured fifth world Qrubb II.mloMh.m.. A In. home here.I1.ememher.
I-ieo. ft-French chamber of d pu- tliide'l reciprocity.nd 1ondura. .con. give economic control to federal gov as president of export bark series game. Oct. 211 I > nlton Myers preaching services
ties dissolved all semi-military or* *. ernment. Secretary Wallace announced n. Oct. 7-Detroit Tiger won sixth of Chicago noted llaptlst pustor.
arsnlxatlonMChlanw Dee t--Leamie Fran n Nations councildiscarded June 1-Young Weyerhaeu. corn-hog program game and the world Nov ti--br. Henry I.'. Osbnrn, scl.ntl here every second and fourth Sunday -
plan Oenll' championship.
Kai-shek became p.emlel Outer n..ll.h peac by Jap ser, kHnapml freed on Iec Congress of American In."UMt.y Ort. 13-John ". won national .t and explorer, In New York. morning audi night. All are
of China. and payment of 1200,000 ransom and Natl'inal Association ofMnnufaciureis P. O. A. championship William A. ("Hilly") Sunday,
Deo. i Hopel end Chahar provinces anese Manoiiilcuin troops.DOMESTIC June 5-Electric l power strike In 50 adopted platform for Nov. 15-SUtn Kscobar; of Puerto evangelist. In Chicago invited.

northern China set up autonomous Illnol. cities .nd.1 In compromise. defeat of New Deal and return Rico' won bantamweight title from Nov. Herman Black newspaper +.
.
regime. 7- extend. "American system." Lo'i Sullen. publisher, In ,Chicago
Dec 10"London diver m.rket col- In* skeletonised NRA hil April 1. Dec. 8-S.n.tor Norrl.of Nebraska Nov. HI Welker Cochran won Nov. 0-Waller Fisher of Chir RISING
la psed. Jan. I-flhoile Island Democrats bv declared, he was for world .three-cushion billiard, chaniplonshlp I itn, former secretary of the Inte
Dec. 11-Carlos Mendl.ta resignedas a coup seized 'the senate and ousted June 9-IT. M. Waley ami wife reelection.Dec. In rhlrago. rior.Nov. Mists Kdim Lewis. Correspondents
president of-Cuba. the Supreme court. arrested In Suit Lake lawyers'! ofmerlcan Nov. 23-Minnesota and Ohio State 13-Frank Navln president
Dee' 12-Klnar Fund decreed restoration Ja,,. Seventy-fourth congress .e.W.y.rha.u.e kidnaping and City eon-for \ Liberty ommlle.. tied for Big Ten football titie I of Detroit Tigers 1"1 club. Mrs. Raiford Brown and Mts.,
nt constitutional govern.ment met and organlied; Byrne elected (Juffey coal act unconstitutional. Yale defeated Harvard In football Nov 17-J. K. Wnl'hfo.d. hotel
In Egypt Great IJrttain con. Ip.nkel of hou.. .June.ed. lQ-flepuhllcanq of ten r.Id- Deo President Roosevelt ad. Nov. 0-Army beat Navy at foot finn, In Chlcngo. Nlta Kelly of Plant City, return'cii ]

\ .aentlng.Deo. J"n.PI..ll.nt Rnnsevelt In an. went states opened "grass roots" con. .Ir..d the American Farm Hureauconvention ball.Dec. Nov. IH -- federal Judge Louis to their home Thursday after!
14-President Mazaryk of n..1 m..n.e prnpo.o.1 great work f-rence In Hnrlnufleld. condemning In Chicago, defending theA I-A. A. V. voted for American Fltrllunry at Normul III.
Ca.choalovaktl resigned. relief p.oCran to supersede the direct the New Deal. A \ and received honorary degree participation In Olymplo games Nov. I ID J'.I..al Judit Benson spending a few days with tel
,,
Dec. 18-1'dua.d: Hence elected ,101. June II from Notre Dam In Mouth In Germany Drnndiig / Hough st 01,1 .
-Senate passed th* pub Uend. Avery elected Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kellyjf
Nov. 20- tiurl Jelllvoe., Ilrlllsh' ad. parents
president of Czechoslovakia.North Jan. President Roosevelt pre. lie utility bill. Ind. president of A. A. U. .
China autonomy council In canted congress a budget fer the June 12-President Roosevelt r'prem court refused review Dee. it-.loe Louis beat Paulino mlrul.i I MI'I Dorothy Crosby Is spending
stalled. fiscal year ITI calling for expenditures diplomas to 27* West Puutgraduates. presented the conviction of Bruno Hauptmann Uxcudun. In New York. ident Nov. of 21-Tiilun Dr. A. O. ninwldilln.' pres In Jacksonville with relf
of tMnn.AflA.non. for and Pec Lion university
the won
INTERNATIONALJan. (Jnlteil Htates Kupreme court heldunconstitutional June 13-Senate passed kldnoplnl murd.rllC lonal I-D"I.olt p.of. Nov. I'V.. Rice. nu.neer In.1.rt.lcly atlves.
Llndbo'lh footbal
resolution abJ.
petroleum controlprovisions extending skeleton.ad) NRA. to sentenced to IndultrJ. at Sd.enetady. Mr. and Mrs. Walter UnderhU|
of the National Industrial die In week .f Jsn 13.
Foreign Minister Laval of April 1. 'Nov.
Recovery act. NECROLOYJ.n. 30-Dr. Judd. noted with their
France and Premier Mussolini of Jln. I-"eclet..y of War Bern Dec. IS-Oov. Talma Jan !Arbitration commission or. announced his candidacy for Democratic 1 ex-presi. mnyo clinic .r".on. Mr. and Mr
In Foulola law and daughter
Italy began peace pact conference Herod fnlted Htates to apologize to mull ( of air presidential nominationDeo dent of Southern PHvtflo Use. 1-J. M. YounN.of New York ,

Itorne.Jan.. Canadian ..v..n".nt and pay 150.168 .- chl.I. President Roosevelt l M-Hepilbllcsn national com- Jan. II Hubert Pos, rairoad., In Inventor of en,,. David Paulk of Ocala
6 Mussolini and Laval for the rum running New York. Adrian Stokes English: srtfst.
named selected Cleveland
for and
r..ch.d full agreement on all point schooner I'm Alon. U O'Neill new NRA board with Jam. mlte.I con Jan. 11-Mme. Afurcella Sembrlch, flee 2-I.r. Junien H. llreasled of B. M. Delacey daugbte'Glrl&
a*
In dlsput between Italy and France. Jan. 11-Hou.. passed 1770.000.1)00 June 17 -House administrator. Dee nulfaok C. Walker resigned forme opera star University' of L'hUago urivntallst. of Auburndale spent Tueag
Jan. Haar voted to rejoin Independent offices bill. extended "nul. IS Mrs. John r.l.re." VI.torl. sister of king of
.. 1-1'h.. sane. taxes two years. .NEC heal DI.kln.ol ,, dayw Mr. and Mrs. E. C LewlMra.
Jan. 1 1-President sent
I message I Sherman, president
I
June II 'o.n.r en..n
Jan. !17-League March 1 a* nrgln senate approve United amendments-asked MoOse by passed admlnlstra.AAA AERO Federation of Women clubs, In Alms. %f. Carey Thomas, ex-pres|- A. L. Jackson returned t

da'o tui re'' urn of '.Baar to dormi. i Stal.a' .nt.v Into World C"UIt Hon.. I Denver den of" Hryn Mlwr.I.'o" her home recently in Jacksonvill i
r .
ln I I": .Preslflent's i latter
"' .I. outlined nt toldCI. I' Ksrhnrt made solo Ju Jnnn Barton Payne In t' :/1nnr
,
."!>. :Ethiopia defied Et.!;*. demand 'lal 1 safely" plan and old <.- .lu ...cai ut age pemmainna.Jan. hours 10 nuiitltea. Jam,. .">- -Hear Admlrsl slstoi"Mrs.
satisfactory amends In tunes and redistribute wealth through nob.r B. mother, Mrs. J. Fouls, and
African border row. I-Hiin houa.llvlnO rtoosa.velt I I."... J"n. l&-"Jimmy" Dnoltttle flew Coonts nt B..m.rton. Walh. l.uella Mlrir, American educator In
March 11-Russia decided to sell pow.r ov.r 14000) ,. the social security transport plane across United States Jan. 29 Adrian Iselln In New Cii mu. H. H. Lewis.
Chinese Eastern railway to Stanch 000.000 for public welfare and IUO.. fe"at. 1..0 In I It hours 64 minutes.Feb. Tork. 'J.Oon C. Sells, New York, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edwards oi
k Un. 000,000 for relief. bi. ll-Leland S. Andrew broke Jan 21-Richard Washburn Child veteran author and newspaper msn.
March 20-France) appealed to> Jan. 24-House passed II.100,000.000 House passed the Wagner.Connery Doollttle'. speed diplomat. and author Deo. -Charles Ewing of fhlladelphla Crosby Lake spent Wedneaxlaj

League- Nation ti.deal with Ger relief and works bill. I.bor-dl.put.. bill. record by 88 tran.contne.la. .h. Frederick <.. veteran president lit Heading Railway with Mra. Edward's parents, M
many' Scrapping of the Versalilestreaty. Jan. 25-HOIIS* voted power to ou"l. gav federal gov March I Pan-American Airways' actor. company,
flooaeyelt to borrow 111,600,1)40,000 to eminent.' $ Industrial worlt Clipper pioneer flew from Feb. t-Cora Harris' novelist. Lien 12_M. J, Van fwerlnn) of and Mra. Walter Underbill.
..
March 21-Germany defied Franc pay !*ew I>eal cost. hor. colony In Detroit Cnllf, to Honolulu. AI.n.d. Feb. -Arthur gamers ache, CI.vel.nd. Ohio railway magnat. Jeff Lewis made a business trig
and Italy rejecting protect Jan. 2*-Uprising In Louisiana put U-J.n, Hugh Johnson mad. March <0 Robot-piloted TWA author. 1 14-'- March It Ie pa n'* resignationfrom down by Huey Long's troop works relief director for New York. plane flew from uoast to coast la 12 March 9 Former Justice Oliver tana. to Oca In Monday.Mrs. .
Jan. rejected World June 21-President' set ,- hours Dan IB-Thelma, Todd screen ac .
league became effective U-H.nat. 5 minute.!. W.nd.1 1.10.*. Liza Hill, of Heilbronz'
." court adherence resolution. 000.000 from works fund to I""o' Michael tress In A
"" May Amella'Carhart mail t. Pupln. L. nK.I.
14-England. France and nonstop I-Dr. .
.
'Apri Jobs for youth of nation. Most Re Saturday night with MlW.
.' at Stress agreed on peace House passed bill to extend RFC flight from JIcllco City to scientist. York. Smith Catholic spent
1.1)for Europe and denounced Ger.many for another two July I President' handed $91,009. Newark N. J. April I-James Mullenbach. noted blsSop of Tennessee.Dec. A. Lewis.
a. treaty violator.. Jan. 0-Senate J.ar.. bill to> Increase 000 to Rexford Ouy Tugwell for rural June Pan-American Airways'Clipper labor. mediator In Chluago. 1-111.Llxelt R.es. of Bal
borrowing of Mew resettlement work. Henry timore, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter elHeilbronn
of Nation power Deal plane started from Luktmsn sculp
ell Apri l1-Lacu. eoun. by 111.SOO.OOO.OOO.I July t-flense passed utilities billwithout Calif., for Midway (elands. Alam.da tor In AUII.Ite. Use. in-Juan "Vlcenl Gomes, pre*. spent Tuesday nlgll

Germany for ruol"lon, een.urtn. Jan. II-Koosvelt xtnded auto "death sentence" clause. and June II-Clipper plan reached April 4-W. F. Axton ef Louisville' Ident of Venesuela.
Chancellor Hitler. In note code to June U. then ordered Investigation of lobby Honolulu tobacco magnate and turf man. Lice 19-(teorgo D. Buckley, for with Mrs. 3.!. L. Lewis.
to Apri rejected league eoun- Feb S-North Dakota Supreme Ing- for and against the measure. June Psn-Amerlcan Clipper April Edward Arlington Roblnn mer publisher and banker la New Mr. and Mrs. Newnn Mot ail
I ..lon. court ousted Moodt* as July It-Oeneral strike at Terre American York.
41 Condemning .ov..no. plan reached Midway Island. pot, Brooker Wl
O..manJ. 0 Western ..ao.Vale. moving this week to

j regret to lose them from our c" nlraunlty
Detroit Black rhododendrons found The umbrella was Invented by do not suffer when
fnft municipal are
largest pain The of
Fla principle bearing The
bal Para rubber tree la but wish them great sni j jceas

railway system In the world. ..11 acme parts of Tibet. j Jonas Hanway, a Englishman. caught on a hook.e wa patented In 1906. successfully grown in bll'. la their new location.






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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY S. 1086J

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Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Cox Baker-Fernandez World War Veteran TOWNSEND CLUB Trust whom Company 4s unknown, a corporation and Alleghei,

Solemnized Writes The Townsend Club will meet at administrator of the estate of \vli
Hostesses At Bunco Party Marriage Song
I 1h ,
,
,
Ham IiI YarbrouKh
the Court House Monday night deceaued. w ;n
J M Mrs. James A. Lewis and Mrs. Miss Alice Fernandez and Dr Popular Here January 6, at 7:30 o'clock. Every Federal Its principal Street.' place Pittsburgh of business.Pennto. n :

"3ocjety Ralph Cox were Joint hostesses Walter J. Baker, of Foley were "My Heart Belongs to You" man and woman interested in the van. /la, that a bill of complaint h ,, .
been filed In the Circuit Court
Monday afternoon at a bunco par quietly married on Friday afternoon Is the title of a new song by HiramD. welfare of the aged and the needy Bradford County Florida In Chan r
ty given at the home of Mrs. D. L. December 27, at the home of: Prather, a World War veteran should at once join this organization eery against. you and each of \ ,
the bride's mother Mrs. R. S. Fernandez In that certain cause therein pv', i_
Silcox at 3 o'clock.A that baa
who IB now living near Starke. The it la the" only thing Ing wherein the federal. Land fit., l i
6 I U color scheme of red and! green in the presence of the im words of this song are sad and ever been devised that will drive of Columbia. Is plaintiff, and ,
WillI Miss Hogsed and Miss Adkins and each of you and also Fay lx .
Baptist W. M. U. Circles mediate family. The \ "
ceremonywas out of country. Our
our
was very attractively carried out sweet.and the mimic by W. C. Par poverty Yarbrough, Mary Alice Yarbrougl,
r: !I I,I; Meet Monday Afternoon Honor Recent Bride by the use of polnaettias in the performed by: the Rev. Mr. Ish a Navy veteran U a haunting club is now close to- the six hundred and Mrs Eva P>rn nd as Axe ,u i
assembled Lytle, of Perry., a personal friendof mark we 'want to make it at trlx of the Last Will and Testam ni,
room where the guests melody that lingers In the mind. .
I of W.' IS: Tarbrougb, deceased,
JCircle Number One- Mr*. I. G. Complimenting Mrs. S. R, Johns both unit
bride and
for bunco: Red and green candles groom. and least a thousand and we are asking'every as Trustee unpointed I by and actlnvunder
b leader will meet at the Jr., bride of October, Miss Kitty This song has been played
Powell said
i "live) wire" In the will are defendant, uinri
county
the tables Much cordial Interest centeredIn ,
'. X: home of Mr. Powell with Mrs.Etta Hogsed end Miss Lois Adkins en were placed on duringthe sung by several Starke musicians! number 556, to foreclose. a mortgage -
games, the marriage of this popular it to come to these club meetings and as a first and prior lien Pupa,
3:30 tertained the home of the latter and they all pronounce "good,
Tison as co-hostess, at :
Pension lor to the Interest or lien of ..
the Townsend Revolving eschof
bave numbers of join
\ C o'clock. Tuesday afternoon with a bun. When the scores were added couple as they and hope that it may be published defendants, on the following: ,|I. .
Circle NUmber Two-Mrs. W. B.I co party.A Mrs Gerald Cox of the State friends not only in Florida but in and sold extensively. The Standard Club.H. ,scribed property situate In Bradfd,
T:
H. Preslden County Florida I O- : of
814
t other states. Young, : Si|;
Jt
I,. B Alexander, leader, will meet at the red and green color scheme Farm received high prize and Music Company of Chattanooga and NK, >4 of SBU : SEt of MC
received low The bride is native. of Starke this of Section 10 and WK, of ,,
home of Mrs, P. M. Barefoot at carried out the use ol Miss Evelyn Stump Tenn., also pronounce MWl. f
i was by
Installment SW of Section 11,
the
i automobiles on % all In
Buying: Township
I v 3 o'cock with Mrs. Alexander aar poinsettias and other Christmas prize. The prizes were silhouette and a graduate of the local high composition "good." first into A, South Range 22:! Kant, tnireth:,::
came
co-hostess.. pictures.The school also was graduated from of Rossvllle plan general er with ltd tenementsheredity.
[ green arranged In baskets in the Dr R. P. Dixon to .
use about 1914; previous ments, and appurtenances;
': The Young Matron's Circle, Mrs. hostesses served a delicious the Florida State College for Ga. "It is first.class composition i
rooms where the players sat. says: a and ..
Therefor each
I 1918, cash was the universal rule. you of you 'ai'
E. L. Biggs, leader, will meet at Mrs Richard. Kldd, holder of salad course with cake and cof Women' at Tallahassee in the class and a beautiful melody." hereby required to appear to nald

"the home of Mrs Biggs Monday high score, was presented a box I fee.Invited of 34, and at that time she received David May, of Louisville Ky., Tall men live longer than short Bill of Complaint so filed against,

J.. ''i "evening at 7:30 o'clock. All young of handkerchiefs and Mrs. Johns, to attend were: Mrs. a B. M. Degree In public says: 'My Heart Belongs to You' men, thin men longer than fat, you, on the
: F matrons up to thirty-five years of the honoree, was presented a lovely Morgan Richard Mrs. Richard G. school music and a certificate in should be the hit of the season" ,married men longer than bachelors, D. 193, at the office of the clerk i fir
I age and also any young ladies de- Kldd, Mrs. Gerald Cox, of the violin. After graduating she and R. C. Bell, of Chattanooga said court at the courthouse. in
linen luncheon set the hostesses
by than
i\ 1 and vegetarians longer ca- Starke, Bradford .
l 1'airing to Join thin circle *-. cor- as a memento of the occasion State Farm Mrs. J. P. Warren, taught music in the schools:: of Tenn., also says "This song will nivorous men, according to statis the. allegations County of THorlrtHotherwise the Bill.
J\ ( diaUy invited to attend. Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr., Misses Beatrice Foley and Cross City. make a bit tics of Complains will tie taken as tin"

,it d ,,, "... ... ... ,." "-' Miss Hogsed and Miss Adkins Cox, Kitty Hogsed BeverlyCady Dr. Baker Is a graduate of Tulane Mr. Prather wrote a number of that fessed this'by Notice you be IT 'published 18 onDEHKI one.-
"JlII Evelyn and Marjorie Stump,, University, in New Orleans a week. for four connective week
""'" ''' '' '" '' '''' '' that published duringthe <
assisted by Miss Hazel Adklns and poems were OHUKIl: OP PUBLICATION AMNOTIfK > In the Bradford County Telegraph, ,
:' : Miss Annie Mae Pearce served a Lillian Sternberg, Hope and Georgia La.., and baa successfully practiced : World War. He Is from Chattanooga '10 APPKAH newspaper. published" "
RITZ, Hit:'i' .A".T..R.-E..J. Haynes. his profession for several! years.' Tenn., but his present address NOTICE IS HEREBY: GIVEN to f ri'IbIJ.1- Florida TAI.,.
/ delicious salad course to those invited after the Jr.' Uladyn Yarbrouivll.' A widow, of January 2nd 111(1A ( .
---- Immediately ceremony :
1 to be with Mrs. Johns They In H. D. Prather, Co. 2444 130 North Sheridan I Head, East End. J. 'THOMAS
,, ; BTAKKB Cason-Frink they left for a honeymoon trip to CCC, Starke Fla. Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, and J. i.i" of Circuit Court,
were: Misses Evelyn Stump Lillian
New Orleans; La., where they via- Thomas Hoffman of 820 Frlck County of Bradford
I" Sternberg, Beverly Cady, Mar- Mr. and Mrs. Frink Building Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, State of Florida.
-PROGRAM Aubry Ited Dr. Baker's relatives.) Dr. and
; W. M. S. Circles and J. T. Plckard. and Charles L. (OFFICIAL SEAL: )
and Mrs. R. G. Kldd.
Jorle Stump,
of Hampton Mrs. Baker will return to Foley Tuttle. the residence of each of l.g.St.-1-81

j i i; I' BEGINNING FRIDAY anonunce the marriageof tomorrow where ,they Vlll make' Will Meet Monday -.. -
Sun-Shine Class EntertainedBy their daughter, their home. ;
4 TUURS.-FIti., JAN. 2-3 Mrs. C. A. KnightThe Myra Ednato Circles Society of the of Woman's the Methodist Missionary : Freshly Boasted! Freshly Ground: ,

"Personal Maid's U. D. C. Chapter Met
Sun-Shine Class of the First Thomas Jefferson Casonof Church will meet Monday after.
t. Secret" Baptist Church enjoyed their Starkeon In[ Lawtey On noon at three o'clock. Circle Number COFFEE .,

monthly birthday party at the December 25: 1935! New Year's Day work in the school room. D
i' Margaret Lindsay home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight' at Starke leader, will meet at the home of EIGHT O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE

Warren Hull Anita-LouiseSATURDAY Ruth Donnelly Monday afternoon at three o'clock. I The marriage of this young cow The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin Hos- "Rich Full Bodied" "Mild-Mellow"

The members of the class participated pIe was performed by County C., was entertained in Lawtey by I tesses: Mrs. Griffin and Mrs. Carrie
Mrs. W. E. Torode Mrs. Effle Lb. 17c Lb. 19c
in and contests Rltch.
JAN. 4 games Judge E. K. Ferryman in the pres-
Miner and Mrs. Hal Edwards, at a17AiaSeek10
." during the afternoon. The cause ence of a few intimate friends and Circle Number Two, with Mrs.F. .
"Melody Trail"Gene the home of Mr. and Mrs. Torode
of much excitement was a contest,
relatives. \ H. Long aa leader, will meet at BOI'An.VlgoroWlVlney"
j In which words were worked out of on Wednesday afternoon.The Wi+ERC ECONOMY RULES
Autry The bride attended Bradford the home of Mrs. Long at 3 Per Lb 23c
" "Merry Christmas" Little Jay member president, Mrs. L. O. Powell .
High School), and was a clock.. Hostesses: Mrs. Long
SUN.-MON.\ JAN. 5-6 Nell Strickland of Wlldwood and of the 1935! graduating class. presided and In the absenceof Mrs. L. C. Ray, and Miss Amelia WINNER ROCK GROUND
: Geraldine Sllcox wrote the most the secretary,.Mrs. W O. Halle
'Forbidden Heaven'Farrell The groom also attended Bradford Ray.
I 5 words and were given prizes. The High School and is now em- acted as secretary: pro tem. Re- .... .--- GRITS 10 Lbs. 26c I 1

Charles day was also the birthday anni- ployed with the Tip Top Groceryhere. ports were heard from committeesand O. E. S. NoticeThe
(:, Charlotte Henry versay of Geraldine Sllcox, mem- routine business was transact.ad .

J I ,; TUES.-WED., JAN. 7-8 ber of the class and in honor of This young couple have a wide local< chapter of Eastern FANCY BLUE ROSE-WUOLE-CRAIN

j" i "This the occasion she was presented a circle of friends who wish them The:\; names of Mri. H. T. Hall Star will hold the first meeting of 5 Lbs. 27c
Is The Life" RICE
i large stick of peppermint candy by much happiness. and Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid were the year Monday night at 7::30

1 .' ,:it Jano Withers (Ginger) the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Cason will residein presented for membership and they o'clock at the Masonic Hall. All .- -

. ? John McGuIre The .devotional ana Bible study Starke for the present. were unanimously welcomed into members.are urged to attend. MARY-ANN OLD FASHION

j> consisted of the story of the Baby the chapter.The .
I' .. THUUS.-KRI., JAN. 9-10 Jesus in the Manger, which was The Woman's Missionary historian, Mrs. E. I{. Ferryman MISSION HALL MEAL 10 Lbs 20c

I ''f'f'- "Hands Across TheTable" beautifully and impressively related Union Rally read interesting letters from Correcting an error in last ..- __ _
i t :' Robert E. Lee relative to his presidency eek's :Mission notes: Those participating GRANULATED DIXIE CRYSTAL

Mrs. Knight served her young Quarterly rally of the New River of Washington University. in the Christmas program -

I p :Fred MacMurray guests Dixie Doodles and ice rher- Association will meet Saturday, Mrs. L. F Chapman talked in an ranged in age from 3 to 81 SUGAR 5 Lbs. 27c

, I. Cnrole Lombard bets they were: Ruth Powell, Bet January 4, at 10 a. m. at the Law- enthusiastic manner of her visit to years' Instead of from one to eight, .. .
l'' ty Powell Geraldine Silcox, Dorothy tey Baptist Church.All Arlington Stratford and RobertE. ILII it appeared in print. -- -- -

I. \t'. 'CASII NITE EVERY WED. Bell Edna Mae Moseley, Willie women of the different W. Lee's tomb. This week, the last night of the PLAIN OR SELF-RISING-IONA

NESDAY. Those attending Mae Key. Dorothy Lee Johns, SI. U.'s of the New River Association During the social half hour Mrs. year being the regular evening for
I how Tuesday are eligible for Alberta Woodard R. V. Allen. are urged to attend this all A. Z. Adkins and'Mrs.: E. L. Biggs Bible informal
study an praise
I prize by leaving their name Clarice Thomas 'Mrs. F.LOUR
Sara Barefoot day meeting. accompanied by Perryman,
and
, with cannier testimony meeting was givenIn
1 Tuesday. Lois Newsome.. and_ Jay ;Nell MRS J. H. PITTS Sec.-Treas. Hang "Nearest and Dearest"' by addition to the regular study. ._ .
I LI Strickland of Wildwood.. W. M.. U. New River Ass'n. Tosca. The hostesses served a Cb.Sk. 12-Ib. 8k. 24-lb. Kit. 48-lb. Sk.
i
I tempting salad course with cof- After the meeting an announcement
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of Interest to all who attend
fee. I, 25c 47c 89c $1.75
1 these weekly meetings was made,
1j The hostesses,, Mrs. Torode, Mrs.
j Miner and Mrs Edwards, had as and a going-a-way gift and flowers _. .- -. -- -- .

their guests: Mesdames E. S. Card were who presented has been to an Mrs.inspirationand Jennie FANCY DELICIOUS EATING

1I" Save Matthews, E. K. 'Perryman, H. T. the APPLES 2 Lbs. 15c
Your a faithful attendant on
I" Coupons Hall J. M. Brownlee L. F. Chapman -

; ;. L. O. Powell A. Z. Adklna Mission services. ONIONS Yellow Globe 4 Ibs. 15c

, O. L. Beasley, W. O. Halle L. A. There was a good attendance
1 Davis, J. E. Wilson. E. L. Biggs considering the down pour of rain GRAPEFRUIT Fancy Florida Ea. 5c
Misses Olive and Amelia Ray. which prevailed. You'll find the

A VALUABLE PRIZES FOR ALL topic for next week of much interest ORANGES Fancy Florida Doz. 20c
so bring along the Bible; Ji
: ,_. Woman's Club '
. there will be extra music, also. LETTUCE Firm Head 2 for 15c
To Meet Wednesday:

I "' :''u: START NOW and ask for coupons with each purchase at Alexander's On Wednesday-afternoon, January NOTICE. CELERY Fancy Stalk: 15c '

o'clock the There will be a working at the APPLES York 6 Ibs. 25c
8, at three-thirty Imperial
, .:, during 1936. After you have saved the required amount, Woman's Club will hold its regular Evergreen Cemetery Friday, Janu-
@ ary 10. All who are interestedcome

I you may obtain any one of the many valuable prizes described The monthly'me program will t1ng.be In charge of prepared to work all day. INSTANT C

Mrs. J. E. Wilson Chairman of POSTUM 4-oz. can 23c; 8-oz. can 45c
here. CARD OF THANKS
Health.
,
t Hostesses: Mesdames G. H. Low. I wish to express my appreciation CAKE FLOUR

ry J. M. Mitchell. John Uglow, E. and thanks for the many kind SWANSDOWN 2lb.pkg. 31c

K. Perryman, J. W. Morgan, J. P. sympathies and the beautiful floral
'(0 FOOTBALL KITCHEN SET POWDER BOXLRl1 CLOCK VANITY SET Warren Misses Lucille Mitchell, offerings received during the Grape Nuts ,gw 8nka
r Duuble fad mirRegulation recent death of brother William FLAKES Pkg. 120 HI COFFEE Lb. 47c
. Genuine cowhide 11pl..c. of useful Attractively colMetal Cate. 40 Annie Mae Pearce. my ,
IWI
comb and Baking Powder Baker's Premium Shredded
.. .. hour movement.ror'
.1. kll'hh.nldlartlCI..k oral box. JlIB'b ; Jones.
'it Awarded for Sea. I grade putf. Top .hut-off but. I steel file case I to neat Jack Jones. CALUMET 6-oe.: can lOc W COCONUT 1-4 Ib. pkg. lOc

If, I. Premi.ue cosaa. Awarded. for Nn Awarded. for ton. ..... Woodman Circle NoticeThe
110
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,. i : : TOY COUPE WEBSTER (;01.. K'f1FE' T., the Installation of officers on many motor vehicles to a mile of A&P Pound 39c
r- :7111 Steel; R"bJ.I"; DICTIONARY BILL FOLD SCOUT Tuesday. January 14, at the Masonic road aa the United States, and

'l .. I hdllghtilocUle: I :; New Univereltlen (temrlna' Ramekin WOULD ATLAS ring Stag, blade handle' screw., out. Hall.) All members are urgedto from four to seven times as many NUTLEY Oleomargarine Lb. 17c

j p A..J1.d .... .dlllon. Durably I..th.r--; Shows dtetances.' driver, can npen.$19.5u1) : be present. as other European countries.
In ..1'.I.n. bound. Contalne sea mw-.wn't. rip. .. er. and leather NUCOA Pound 20c
rl lIan.
(,'..1... over 000 pa.ell. .,......1'..... for $30: lelel""
.. 1>' In Awarded Premiums for('01,1,1.$25. In Premlum Cola.. Zudla".to., seasons. In Awarded Premium for(;01.Eta.. And the Worst is Yet to Come CHEESE Whole Milk Lb. 23c

$f R TABLE LAMP UTILITY CHEST twarded. for SALT MACKEREL Each lOc
n Inches hllfhTOY PISTOL su.nu 1a Pr.ml.n DIiIPOLATORI .
Cellophane. wr..p. Made of rolled Colae. 8UNNYFIELD SLICEDBREAKFAST
pad Parchment n..p..atlnc. POP ..1..1. with alu Aluminum, tank.
Shads-white Qun Seven inches minom finlah vitreous China BACON Lb. 45c
gla.. ha.e. long. spring: lock and: FIELD pot., six cup Cat4 .
t Awardr.l hr 650 A..dHl for SIC kay. GLASSES puelty.I' ., APPLES
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: h. Pr.mlem. C..I.a. Hllrh power. ad- '::11.1\.41 In l'remhuertabls / I
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Aevarded for
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? WAGON In 1'.1.. Voice.R PRUNES
PANTRY SET Fancy 70.80 Size Lb. 5c
'.. R COMBINATION it's all .t..1 with SULTANA .
tJ9LL KIT PEN &I PENCIL Made of heavy dice' wheal and SCOUT AXECase J 8ERR ESrL
3 I eon I aln. Jude Oren' Rla.e. rubber tires. PEANUT BUTTER 21-oz. Jar 25c
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JANUARYS, 1936 BRADFORD COCNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA PAGE FIVE

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Congressman and Mrs. R. A. Mlssca Rosalind and Miriam Jacobs IT LISTENS GOOn sands of stars so faraway they iand--M;.' John L. Watson: nf
I-
Green left Tuesday for. Washington had as their guests recently]I Here's a recipe for tourists in appear ... one. This clueter in Hercules Rome, Ga. Three' children, Claude.

1W- D. C., where they will reside Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jenkins of appears to be the same dish 'Clifton!! and Doris, also survive.
Florida who
day's outing
enjoy a
Bits of I during the present session of Con- Jay, Mr. and Mrs.' J. W. Key of and the finest picnic dinner one tance away s the Individual stars I. Arrangements were In charge nt

I gress. Key West, and Jack Williams of could imagine: Let them securean in the constellation: but it is countless the DeWitt C. Jones Company.
New Port Ritchie. miles farther out In apace. In
ordinary lard can, a two gallon
fact, it is far that the CI.BHK'K RKPfeHT'
so
light we
1 Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middletonhad pot for boiling a can of tomatoes, Stark. Via l)..o..mh"r 1 u. .
I Local Nev as their guests recently Mr. Mrs. C. A. Knight spent Wednesday two or three pounds of Irish potatoes see coming from It started its Report of the Clerk of the Gl1r (
I journey toward earth over 30,000 In and far Bradford Counts
I and Mrs. Earl Middleton and visiting In Lftft! City. She a pound or so of rice, three or years ago when Europe and Amer- Florida' on account of tus. ass..4 .*'-
daughter Marjorie Sue, of Jacksonville was accompanied home by Mrs. four bell peppers a pound .of but- for the year 193&.
ica were covered with great Ice C. A. KNIOHT.
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Donald J, Morris, who is spending ter, a bunch of celery and salt and Age glaciers and man was still Tax CnlUotc r

PROGRESS OF TIlE COUNTY AND TOWN several days here as- the guests of pepper, and hike themselves to an uncivilized animal. The "new I.:n nilADKOHIt ('0 I''NTY iCe..l i I'

some salt water river or creek, and Peeper
Mr. and :Mrs. C. G. Stricklandand Mr. and Mrs. Knight.Mr star" Itself Isn't exactly a next- To tlnlanr dun fl.JJTB./ p
catch a couple of dozen crabs. i Hy amount vollwtod, NON I ITo
children spent Wednesday In door neighbor. It exploded about llalnnc due __, _,an,1I3
Lake Butler Mrs. Strick Boll the crabs in the lard can the time of Christ" but u I 1
visiting and Mrs. Ray L. Marsh, of the flash Fl." .... FerI.Itere. ;
a.' land's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fenton, Mich, who have been here until they turn a deep red, then has just reached us.-Florida Advocate Ti tlnlaur due 1,1107 "nlly << j

Mr. zed Mr. W. B. Mundy Jr., Col. and Mrs. R. J. Ward of At- Townsend.Mr. visiting Mr. and Mrs J H. Lord, crack them open and pick the 'Tu amount collected._ ._ NONE. I
Malanrc due l. 07 M
spent Tuesday visiting in Jack lanta, were the guests Thursday of white and dark meat from the I
left thia week for Lakeland and .... ... :
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MN sonville. Col. Ward's cousin! Mr. and Mrs where will the shells, place the two gallon pot on I Tn tlKlunt. due 7.883n
Tampa, they spend :
and Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott LUTHER: B. II ILL
C, F. Ward. u fire and thoroughly cook the .1 tly amount collected NONB" I
In remainder of the winter. Luther B. Hall of To ilulanv due 1,693.49
spent Saturday Jacksonville and 47 native
rice then add the tomatoes t
McLendon last peppers !
Dr. H. B. spent ... .
C School
ntr G M ral
was accompanied home by Bobby Bradford County, died last Saturday ;\
Wednesday in Marianna visiting >Irs. Nat Sternberg, who has and celery, thoroughly chopped Tn llnlnno. dun '.flU ("I'I
Mrs. T. R. McLendon. been several Glatzau, who has spent the past Miss Isabel Fernandez, who has up, with a dash of onions or following an acute heart Hv Minoum collected NONH7'u !
mother, visitingin
bis spending days .
Miami, returned to her home week here. been spending the holidays here garlic: add the crab meat with sea- attack, at his home in Nichols. The ltalniu'41 due 6,036..4
with her mother, Mrs. R. S. Fernandez body was brought back to Brad- Ceu.q. Poll
here Monday.Mrs. soning and let the whole boll for To Ttalanre ilu 2111,nnHv !
Miss Dorothy Sapp spent Satur- Mrs. S. E. Brownlee returned will leave tomorrow for fifteen minutes and serve in ford for burial and funeral services .amount collected NONE !
day visiting friends and relatives paper were held Tuesday afternoonat To Itnlnilr Gonzales where she will
resume
Saturday from Gainesville where plates with black coffee. The Total Mok-ltFlionl
In Gainesville.Save R. F, Conway, of Albany, she was the guest of her son-in- her wor kin the school room. feast would be one that would Sante Fe Cemetery, in charge of To Balance; N Y., Is here visiting her brother- lly amount. collected. NONH I ,
the Rev. W T. McGuire, pastor of
law and and Mrs.A. the most fastidious.
daughter. Judge ,. please It is Tu llnlalirn clut 8.9SO,14 i
20: % on your automobile in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Long. called crab gumbo.Jacksonville the Hampton Christian Church. Tout sae-debeo. be.dd
Mr. and Mrs. Nat I
Insurance, convenient terms too. B. Canova, Jr. Sternberg Times-Union. Mr. Hall had lived In Hamptonfor To Damn'. "liif* 9,16&,56
Mr. and Mrs. Juntus Smith, Mr. My amount roll"rld NON:
Wilson Uoalty. l-3-4tp the past ten years, where he _
'ro Hulnnro
Misses Beatrice and Lillian duo I.16S.8KWldow'a .
and Mrs. II. C. Wall and Mr. and -- -+------
Mrs. L. E. Moseley and. children, was an employee of the Nichols l'e..IOR l
I Moseley returned Sunday from a Mrs. Jim Godwin, .of the State NOVA HOTTEST STARA 'I. To 1 Miss Lois Adkins and Mia. Kitty Edna :Mae and L. E. Jr., returned visit In Wildwood with their uncle Mining Company. Hy amount. rollnrlviV M>NK
the 'Shrine Ball I
Farm attended ,
Hogsed spent last'Thursday visiting this week from a visit in Wildwood and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Russian astronomer, after He Is survived by his wire, Mrs. Tu llnlnnr. dn... (03.H3Iload '
New Year's Eve in Jacksonville. Interval
months of HrldK.
study, has concludedthat I
with relatives. Deble Hall and three sisters!' Mrs
in Jacksonville.Little : Strickland. -, !'ll."I.. ruBdTo
Nova Hercules, which flaredup Mary E. Johnson, of Lake Butler : t..l.. I n,'" dtl" t9,415.E.

Jay Nell Strickland, of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton Mrs. A. H. Green, Mrs. W. M. Miss Essie Coleman, of Olustee, hottest last December star Is just about the Mrs. J R. Rowe, of Macclenny Tu lly Haliuioo.mount. due collected 10,030.NOM3
in the .
entire
Wildwood 1. here visiting her have as their guest this week Mrs. Wimberly and daughter, Freddie, who has been employed here in universe.He
believes this
Mlddleton's sister Mrs Mae Jones the office of R. A. exploding sun Is
family Mrs. A. F. Sauls and Joe Edwards, Congressman
aunt, Mrs. L., E. Moseley and six times hotter than
our It
sun.
of Jacksonville. Jr., spent Thursday visiting In Green, left Monday for Washington is located In the constellation Her COSMETIC SALE
Jacksonville D. C., where she will be em-
Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Price and I ployed in his Washington office cules in the northwest sky, which
g \ Betty Briggs of Jacksonville, of also contains one of the best ex All 50c Face Cream ____ _____ __ 36c
family were recent guests the .
Miss Mary Brcwnlee, who spent! : -- ---- ---
spent several days this week with Rev. and Mrs. U O. Sheffield at amples of globular star clusters. All 25c Face Cream _.. 19c
the holidays here with her parents, C. White Frances __ _____ _. __ _
her aunt, Mra. A. Z. .Adktns, and I Mrs. George These clusters are groups of tliou-
the State Farm.
family. left Tuesday for Nashville, Tenn., White Betty and Mona Claire All 50c Face Powder _________ 36c
1 where she is a student In Vander- Marshburn, who have spent the
Mrs. S. C. Carnell and sons, Cor- bilt University.Mrs. past week here with Mrs. O. W. All 25c Face Powder _________ __ 1 1ge
Mra. H. C. Richard, of Palatka, bin and Gene, of Ormond, areguests REAL
was here Thursday visiting Mrs. of her parents, Mr. and Alderman and Mrs. L. A. Canova, All 50c Jergens Lotion __________ 36c
T. J. Griffin, Gloria Johns, returned to Tallahassee.
Lendon.E a. Matthews and Mrs. H. B. Mc. Mrs. Fred A. Scott. N. T. and Tommy Ritch went to Monday ESTATEIF All 25c Jergens Lotion ___ ______ __ I9c

Mr and Mra. Arthur RIgdon, of Oviedo Wednesday to spend several -. Mr and Mrs. H. C. Wall had as All 1 Oc Jergens Lotion _ __ 8c
days with Mr. and Mrs. L. EJordan YOU WANT TO
Mrs. H. C. Richard and brother, Jacksonville, spent Sunday here as and their guests during the past weekend
Charles of Palatka, were family. Mr. and Mrs. W D. Dutton BUY, SELL OR RENT
Darby the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Red Pepper direct from mill
recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. RIgdon and family. and daughter Wllmeta also Mr. SEA US- to customer, : I
Mrs. B. M. Montgomery and
M. Darby.: children spent the past week at and Mrs. N. P. Ivey;and children, Per Lb. __ 28cMITCHELL'S I
Jean and Buddy; all"of Nashville, WILSONREALTY
Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Daugherty Benson Springs with Mrs. Montgomery's

returned recently from Sand parents, the Rev. and Tenn.

IM.AWD% Springs, Oklahoma, and are spend- Mrs. J. W. Austin. CORP. DRUG STORE
ing the winter here. Mr. and Mrs. E. C*Priest had as

I Miss Martha Brownlee, student their guests Sunday Mrs. Priest's
COLUMNLOSTBrown Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle and nurse at Riverside Hospital in 'sisters, Mrs. T. II. Shepard of Winter

eon.. Jack have recently returned Jacksonville, spent New Year's Garden and Mrs. W. D. Hoilingsworlh -

and white male from a visit In Albany, Ca., with day here with her parents, Mr. and of Fort White, also her

pointer near the residence of relatives of Mr. Halle. Mra. J. M. Brownlee. father, M. G. Dennis, of Fort DIXIE Country Roll ;

Rev. Q. E. McGauley, Brooker. If White.Dr. TIP TOP GROCERY

located please notify George In- Mrs. Annie McGee and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. George H. Inman CRYSTAL or riot

man, Starke, and receive reward. ters, Misses Clara Little, and Ma- announce the arrival of a girl, Ma. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll, of C. NASUOHTHY, Owner and
Operator
rie, are spending the holidays in rlon Janet Inman, on December 24. Jacksonville, spent Saturday and :

ItWE : Stuart visiting friends. Mrs.' Inman was formerly Miss Ca- Sunday with her mother, Mrs. F. SUGAR BUTTERPound
HAVE near Starke late model FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIAL
rol Cain of Macon, Ga. H. Long. Dr. and Mrs. Carrollwas
bungalow size upright piano.To Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long and accompanied home by Miss

save shipping charges we will Mrs. D. P. Carpenter have returned Miss Irma Stockwell, who Is a Lola Long, who spent several 5 Lbs. 25c JANUARY 3.4
Pound
sell for balance due on easy terms. from a visit in Baconton, Ga., student at Southern College at days !in the city. ._. ,39c
For information without obliga ,with Mrs. W. T.-Jackaon. Lakeland is spending the holidayshere I ". '. '.. : ,- ',

tion. Write Cable Piano Company with her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Thad McLeqd and,, LARGE IIEAI1LETTUCE
319 E; Bay, St, Jacksonville Fla. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Miss BEST TARLKPEACHES
Mrs. W. W. Whitten. small son, Jimmy, of Burlington, i MILK I
It Patricia Lambe, and Miss Flor- N. C., spent the Christmas noil-j Ea. 7

SEEDS for Spring Planting arrivIng ence Gill attended a midnight showIn Mrs. J. G. Lynn and children, days here as the guests of Mr. and'' e

.
.at White's Store such as Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. Shirley Jean and Virginia Eliza- Mrs. T. N. Kendrick and Mrs. Mary i i 3TallCansl7c ,

Beans Peanuts, Oats, Rye, Toma- beth, have returned to their home Dover Mr. McLeod is a grandson I Fancy White ONIONS Lb. 5c
No
and Mrs. L. S. Hutto had 2
/ 15c
can
toes Pepper. Egg Plant and Irish after spending several weeks In of Mrs. Dover.

Potatoes. :See: us before. buying.Jan. as Mrs.their Ernest holiday Smith guests and Mrs.Mr. Beu-and Lake City with relatives. SWIFTS BORAX ORANGES Doz. 15c

36t"WRITE Meeting with Mrs. F. A. Scotton AlUiO HUGARPEAS
lah Smith of Jacksonville.
Mrs. J. O. Traxler, Mrs. Comer Friday afternoon the W. C. T. YORK
APPLES: 6 lbs. 25c
or seo us for SELECTED Shaw and daughter. Marlyn, and U. will receive inspirational ideas SOAP
Runner and Spanish Peanut Seed" Woodfin Halle, Jr., left Satur- Miss Edna Robinson, all of Pensa- from the various members, and {VINES, I. OK DEL

.. Greenwood Products Co. Peanut day for Calhoun, La., after spend cola, were recent guests of Dr. the work along educational lines, '

\,, Shellers. High Springs, Fla. ing the holidays here with his pa- and Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mr. will be planned for,the new year. 5 Lg. Bars lOc APPLES Doz. 25c
rents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle. Three o'clock is the hour.: No. 2 Can 15c

DIESEL and Mrs. S. T. Dell and I BANANAS, 4 Lbs. 19c
WANTED-Internationally oper- Mrs. James Godbold and
son, children and Milton Brownlee, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. M. Kirkpatrick and SOLID PACK
ating Diesel training organizationwill James, Jr. of Jacksonville FANCY LARGEPRUNES
were all of Gainesville, spent Sunday family of Flagler Beach, have recently NAVY BEANS Lb. 5c
select a few young men to New Year's guests of Mrs. S. S. .
with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownleeand moved here and,have takenan
start immediately to train for Jobs Dowling, and Mrs. W S. Stroman. TOMATOESNo. '
and F.
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee. apartment with Mr. Mrs. GREAT NORTHERN
as Diesel Engine Operators and
A. Scott Mr. Kirkpatrick is a
Installation men Tools furnished. Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert H. Black
Mrs. E. E. Canova had as her project engineer in charge of new BEANS Lb. 5c
State mechanical experience and the of Mrs. Black's 2 7c
were guests guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. construction at the State Farm. can 5 Pounds 25c I
qualifications. White "Diesel Engines parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Ken-
Canova and son, John, and Mr. and
care Telegraph. drick the Christmas holi r
-R," 12-2T-3tp I days. during Mrs. F. A. Canova and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pressman and SILVER KING SELF-RISINO OK FLAI.V 6 LBS. 12-LBS. 2I-LBS I
, Mary Ann, all of Gainesville. Miss Pearl Miller of Salisbury,

...1 Md., spent last Thursday here as 1
NAT SEZ ''
: Dr. and Mra. Walter J. Baker, the guests of Mr, and Mrs. Nat Flour
25c45c89c
i
who have just returned from their Sternberg. They were accompanied

\\ell, by now a lot of folks have wedding trip to New Orleans, La., to Miami by Mrs. Stern.

;Y+ already broken their New Year's will spend tomorrow with her berg, who spent several days there. .- .. ,.. .. ,
mother, Mrs R. S. Fernandez.Mrs. .. ..: :. _' -, _' :,c
resolutions which they made yenterduy. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gill, of Wilmington :

// Years ago I made the following W. C. Manning and chil- N. C., announce the arrival CIUItMER A RKAL TENDER: AIL MEAT MEAT : '

dren, returned thIs week from of a son William Thomas
f l't'fIolutton-"To treat my Jacksonville where they spent Gill III, on December 22 at a Wilmington COFFEE BEEF ROAST Lb. 20c MINCE

customers as I woul like to be Christmas with Mrs. Manning's hospital. Mrf. and Mrs. I

I treated. There's no use makinga parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Hill. Gill have a host ot friends here FANCY TK.NDEItROUND Make A Pie

who will be happy to offer conS 2 Cans 25c

new one, so the old one etWgoes. Mrs W. E. Bullard and children jratulatlons..y. .."* STEAK lb. 21c Bulk Lb. lOc ,

We open the new year with Bill and Ann, of Plant City are the .. 'If"; '" \r- HULK "VUENCV
mUSKET
Oil RIB
the following good value guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Ug- Mr. and Mr*. K. &'Duncan and LinilV.H FANCYTRIPE

low and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ward. small son have returned, from a STEW Lb. '

Mrs. Bullard Is Mr. Ward's daughter. visit In Tennille, "Ca., with Mrs.Duncan's COFFEE 121hc

parents Mr. and Mrs. R.
TRY A REAL HOODSIRLOIN
BOYS OVERALLS MEN'S OVERALLS T. Thela. They were accompanied
2 Lbs. 25c
Vernon M. McLeod and son, home by Mrs. Duncan's nephew, STEAK Lb. 25c No 2/2 23c

REGAL BRAND _____59c BELL CORD _.______$1.00 Charles, of Troy N. C., were the I Walter Troutman, of Trnnlllo, and can

BELL CORD ________75c IIAPGRADE ________1.50 I guests of his mother Mrs. Mary :Bill Hartman of Milled. vme, Ca. IJKKAKOMOKNCOFFEE HEINZ
IIAPGRADE ___$1.00 :Dover, and slater Mrs. T. N. Kendrick CHUCK ROAST Lb. 15c
--
LEE OVERALLS ___$1.75 I during the Christmas holl- Mrs. Donia Moore, Mrs. Thelma SOUPS

MEN'S : days. Steele, and children, 1elen, Tommy SALT MACKEREL 2
For 15c
EXTRA SPECIAL and Janet have returned to 3 Sm Cans 25c

UNDERWEARSHIRTS $2.30 PETER'S Leslie Biggs and Frow Strick- their home in Gainesville after Pound 17c SALT FISH ROE, Lb. 33c 2 Lge Cans 25c
land will return Monday to ''De- spending the Christmas holidays .

or SHORTS WORK SHOE Land to resume their studies at here as the guests of-Mr. and Mrs.J. .

Stetson University after spending r. B. Sapp. Little Dorothy Ell ,n MACKEREL OK

MAYO BRAND ______25c the holidays here with their pa Steele remained for a longer visit.
for
HANES _____________33c $2 1 I SARDINES 3 tell 25c
I 91 cans
MANHATTAN\ ___ __ __50c rents.'t 1'Mrs. I Misses Evelyn and Marjorie II j f i D n :;::::: I h

11tFN'sWORK' I R. A. Newe)rran Loin Adkins. L :f, j 'T\LEY'H GLOSS
, iviEN'S, HATS had their holiday guests b'!r. Margueiit Pre\avc. D u rot h y" a.d. .."". -- J- l

SHIRTS and Mrs. W. H. Newsome of St. Swanbom,' Mary Lucille' Torode, STARCH 3Pkgs. lOc l

GOOD VALUE AT1.00 Petersburg and Mr. and Mrs. S. Beatrice Miner and Myrna Frink

BETTER VALUE__ $1.95 FAIR VALUE -----_-I9c K. Newsome and family of Jack wilt return to. Tallahassee to resume -

GOOD QUALITY ,75c sonville. their studies at 'the Florida
EX1'RA 'QUALlT $2:93: -- ,
State for Women Monday MATCHES 1

FULL FASHIONED PUKE LEE SHIRTS ___ ____ _98c family Rev. and of Jacksonville'Mrs. M. StUb returnedto and College SLgeBxslOcJIM SALT 3 for 10c; FREE I


SILK HOSEIRREGULARS SAVE YOUR TICKETS their home today after spendIng Dr. and Mrs. Carl C. Mendozaand I>ANDYPEARL

OCR PREMIUMS ARC USE the holidays here with Mrs. daughter. Miss Gloria Johns, fORNED:

__ _,69c FUL AND COST YOtf ,JOTIIINO. Stlth'a parents Mr.. and Mrs. H. of Jacksonville, were guests Sun- GRITS 5 Ibs. 15c

MUNSINGWEAR. L. Brownlee. day of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin.Dr. BEEF Lb. can 15c
----- and Mrs. Mendoza went on to

IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S Miss Eunice Gibson'and Douglas Qveido,to visit Mr. and Mrs. L. E. FRESH IIOMBGROUND
Gibson of Red Springs; N. C., Jordan and from there to Miamito

pent the past weekend her with visit friends on New Yea?. Day MEAL 5lbs.l lOc KEROSENE Gallon 10cFRIDAY'
: Mr. and Mrs T N KendrickThey I Ills! Gloria Johns'spent the past

were Sf!:route la: their home from. < week here with her grandparents,

St. Petersburg. Mr. and Mr:' T. J. Oricfln.



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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPII, STARKE. FLORID .. FRIDAY. ,\ |

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PA OUTLOOK PREDICTS -- themselves with the Townsend advisor would check him ,
II If If ,,, ,ietK7 ; ,*
INCREASED DEMAND movement are going: to try to herd that

yon & PRODUCTSGAINESVILLEA the members Into their own party. Dr. Townsend has shown ?11I,

With thirty million voters to be self too much of a child in

IIH IIt. FARMERS SECTIONConducted greater domestic LIVE STATE NEWSNews reckoned with there will be drovesof litlcal fixing: to be head of a I Q&pr
demand for farm products
t.II' people willing: to espouse the tlon-wide third-party movement
In 1936 than in 1935 is predictedby cause on a chance of being: electedto History records that third-part 1

by Demonstration Agents the State Agricultural Extension of Florida in Short Paragraphs something:, and the average have hard sledding in this ,I'oun.,

q.7 e Service In its Florida agricul-i voter will not be able to separatethe try. It is not very long: ag. .hat \

t tural outlook report, which ha sheep from the goats, as It Theodore Roosevelt tried ti",
be
Da just been completed.This were the true from the false. A elected as a third-party .
]1' canomau
'' ".. i :"Me, increase in demand, the report liar and an honest man often look and It looked on the surf! act )Ike

4''p 1 'J says, would result In prIcesfor KNIGHT AND DAYTALLAHASSEEThe PENSIONS EXPENSIVEJACKSONVILLEFlorida's very much alike to the stranger. he had a walkaway, but he *'?,

t i J C RURAL Hints To Housewives the 1936 volume of agricultural union of so- Therefore, even if the thirty mil- left far behind.Theoretically.

t Po. production higher than in the Knight and Day is the duty assigned cial welfare heads have estimatedit lion stuck together on a ,,third It would appear

] bon COMMON SENSEBy 1935 season, but an increase in to the rector of St. Andrews would cost the sixty-seven coun- party plan Dr. Townsend and his that anybody who had thirty; mn

Ettl Weekly. from Home Demonstration farm production In 1936 would tend Episcopal Church. On New Year's ties of the state a total of $3.000- faithful could( not be assured that lion voters lined up had a 'inch:

( o'clt SPUDS JOHNSON Specialists, Tallahassee to( check the advance In prices. afternoon Miss Margaret Louise 000 annually to participate in fed- all of those whom they elevatedto but there are so many things that

1 0'' Greater domestic demand will Day of St. Andrews became Mrs. eral old age pensions. office would be true blue and can happen. So very many things

lAichOD QUALITY PRODUCTSBENEFIT COOKING SWEET POTATOES be the result of an increase of ten Frederick A. Knight, of Tallahassee. carry out theif pledges. Dr. Townsend. Better get an '.x

PRODUCER Besides being palatable and nutritious per cent In consumer buying power Asked who the third party nom- perienced political manager before

,30 AS WELL AS BUYER the sweet potatoe ranks in the nation during 1936. The MISTAKEN FOR PROWLER inee for president would be Dr. you give out any more interview

.coTJ The public wants standard qua high In fuel value. It produces an trend of industrial activity and BUCIIOLZ TO RUN LAKELAND Charles William Townsend side-stepped and said it or make any more plans. Arradla

lity satisfactory goods. alkaline residue which Is valuable consumer buying power which has GAINESVILLE W. Bucholz, Thomas, 68, bearing Christmas did not make any difference who Arcadian.
E. : acid in been the gifts for members of the family of was nominated. Here again the .
( Manufacturers are well aware of when there is an excess of generally upward during twenty-one years supervising prIn-
:; the Sweet be three will con- W. C. Morgan, 35, his friend and good doctor showed poor Judgmentand A ferret killed 497 chicken, .
t level the truth of this statement, for the body. potatoes can i past years probably cipal of Gainesville schools an- <*
h number of delicious tinue the next two neighbor, was shot to death by lack of political shrewdness.It fore being recaptured, utter
flat they have seen it proved most prepared to form a upward through nounced his candidacy for the of- : *scap.
; forcefully time after time. When dishes. or three years), the report states. Lice' of State Superintendent of Morgan when the latter mistook makes a whale of a differencewho Ing from its cags at Man tlelu

i ,.age Irb'dial the public buys a product of any Baked Sweet Potatoes The Income of Industrial workers Public Instruction this we- k. As Thomas for a prowler, a coroner's the candidate Is. Any political England.
held. Sheriff W. W. Chase
Ie type that i It satisfactory, it Inevitably This is possibly the most whole In 1936 will be about ten per representative in the state legIslature jury

i calls for it again. some way of cooking sweet pota- cent higher than in 1935 and factory of 1935: he fought for better said Thomas stepped up on the
t rJ ,' which In 1935 porch of the Mrogan home about FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
aver
toes since some sweetness is lost payrolls! school finances.
:Every line of business knows ,
fIve miles from here with his arms I
about cent of
: that it must give satisfaction in when they are steamed or boiled. aged the 1923-25 sixty-nine, will per probably ---r. loaded with Christmas gifts for the Many Years Experience I Makes It Possible far Me to Render
average
Choose smooth sound potatoes,
] order to succeed. ''increase Industrial GOATS CLEAR PASTURE six members of the family. A EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
as activityIn
well and bake in a'
wash them
IL Especially is it important for until, soft 1936 over 1935 are expected toe TRENTON-Two hundred goats shotgun barked and the giftbearer MODERATE PRICES
moderate are
oven they
the farmer to realize the truth of the have cleared 100 acres of woodland fell dead. Starke Florida

F FI Ft this requisite of success, for the throughout. Bake slowly If very > registered in durable-goods railroad pasture in three years for Mrs. J.B. DeWITT C. JONES
moist and sweet potatoes are du Industries, I n c 1 u ding ,
I, consumer Is especially particular indus- Berryman near here. The undergrowth L
building, and automobile STALLED CARS HIT
I .. about his food because his good aired. was so heavy when the -1
ft tries. ORLANDO-Three automobiles,
I \ u health depends on good food. Fried Sweet Potatoes'' Increase in incomes goats were placed on the land that .
"With progressive stalled on railroad crossings at different -
1 11'' Therefore, for his own good the The raw potatoes may be peeled, It: was Impossible to see across the
' ; of various of producer times each
groups Saturday, were
i' ", farmer should strive to producethe sliced and fried and should be pasture. Now It is clear with a
I Industrial and agricultural smashed by trains. Only one For
1 I, very highest quality of food cooked in medium hot fat until thriving crop of native grass. per- Expert RepairingSmith's
the amount of their Incomes becomes son was injured. The cold weather -
f' possible. He should see that it is they can be pierced with a straw.
,''f"f",. graded properly packed correctly They may also be cooked In boilIng proportionately larger. It acting on carburetors set for
seems probable that increased buying TWO ANNIVERS.IUESTALLAHASSEE normal Florida temperatures, was
J 4
water until done and
: and shipped so that it will arrive nearly
I IF and fried in power from this general Improvement Governor blamed for the mishaps. One
'V at its destination In good edI- then peeled, sliced
inch of hot fat. > will result In a material Sholtz observed two anniversaries switch engine hit two of the cars GaragePhone
1: ble condition. about one-eighth
I" Perhaps It will be necessary to Breakfast bacon served with the Increase in demand for many farm Saturday-one the 100th the other within thirty minutes. J. W.

: : refrain from placing some of his potatoes> makes a nice dish and products> especially those products the 10th At Bushnell he deliveredan Barnes, was the person injured.His .

the be fried in the affected most by changes in incomes address at the centennial exercises three children escaped harm as 120
crop on the market because itdoesn't potatoes may
" bacon such as higher quality of the Dade massacre. He a Tampa special plowed into the
fill the requirements of savory drippings.
' meats dairy and poultry products, returned to Tallahassee to celebrate stalled machine and carried it 'flfI -
j' high grade goods, but it is better Sweet I'otato Croquette and fruit and vegetables," the report the 10th anniversary of his I ty feet on the engine cowcatcher Wrecker Service Day or Night
to.do this than to ship inferior To 1 cup of cooked or mashed
, explains. Mrs. Sholtz before to halt.
formerlywas
wedding. coming a
goods to market. The reaction of potatoes add 1.4 teaspoon cayenne
. Miss Allie of
Agee Memphis .
. consumers who buy inferior goodsis 1 teaspoon flour 1-4 teaspoon salt PRICES OF I>RINCIP"Lcnol's MURDER AND
: quickley reflected In a decreasein : 1-2 cup chopped nuts or ground --- -. SUICIDE
i J LOVER IN 1933 Helping Your Family to Better
demand. I parched peanuts, and 1 egg. Mix ANOTllEURREST GREEN COVE SPRINGS-Sherff -
BUT VALUE IS HIGHER
I Provide the consumer with the thoroughly and shape Into croquettes TAMPA-James Dean, 34, electrician John Hall said a suicide and

very best product and he will be In bread crumbs and fry In farm was arrested yesterday by murder took the lives of a couple CONTROL 0/L St
GAINESVILLE-Average
.IL 'i :sure to call for it again. And the deep fat prices of principal crops in 1935: lillsborough and Orange County after a lover's quarrel in nearby

I L best products always bring the Candled Sweet rotator( were thirteen cent less than deputies at his home fourteen laxvllle, Duval County. Mrs. Aline

best prices. In addition to these Cut boiled sweet potatoes into those of 1934 per but nine per cent miles from Orlando and placed Inthe Taylor Smith, 22-year-old divorcee

r. benefits, the producer has the sat long slices. Place In earthen dish, county jail here on a warrant was shot through the heart and
those of 1933 and
more than sev-
r: isfaction of knowing that the con- and on each slice spread 1-4 tea cent above prices for chargIng first degree murder Inthe killed instantly in her home. A

4j., ;,; (, sumer has confidence in him and spoon of butter and a little sugar. enty-two 193Z) per the Bureau of Agricultural flogging death of Joseph Shoe- short time later Sheppard B. Elll-

t. I' hIs product. Cover the bottom of dish with crops says maker here on the night of November son's body was found in his broth-
tothe
Economics In a report
.\ t 1'1'' Whether It's citrus vegetables, water, dust lightly with cinnamon, State Agricultural Extension 30. His arrest was the er's home. Ellison aged 30, had

1 t meat or other farm products, the and bake until the sugar and butter ninth In the case. trapped a shotgun on a box, tied .
Service.
I' producer should strive to produceand : have candied and the potatoes a string to the trigger and sat in
! Main cause of reduction of pricesIn I When Colds Threaten.. If a Cold Strike .
,
"r;
a. sell the beet If he does this, browned. BAIRD LOW BIDDERTALLAHASSEE front of the muzzle, Sheriff Hall

,: ,':;" he will stand a good chance of receiving Boil unpeeled potatoes until duction.1935 was Total increased value crop of 1935 pro- -H. S. Baird, said. The same gun had killed Vicks Va-tro-nol helps Vicks VapoRub helps

j! r.", "J', good returns from the tender. Remove peelings, mash crops, however, was much more Inc., of Jacksonville submitted apparent Mrs. Smith, according to the offi- Prevent many ColdsAt End a Cold sooner
\
" ale market thus helping himself and well and season with butter, salt, low bid of $92,712 Saturdayfor cial.
, 'pri!'rr he will satisfy the consumer. Thus, and a small amount of milk or than In 1934 because prices declined construction of a north wingon the first warning sneeze or nasal If a cold has already developed, use
relatively less than production irritation quick I-a few drops of VlcksVapoRubthemother'utandby
both farmer and the are
consumer and
Beat. smooth
until
: cream. the Florida State College for .
wrt A TIIIRD PARTY
..
.
, Increased the Bureau
points !
VickaVa-tmroluprwiaetril.Ehpe in treating colds. RubbcOjoivBt bed-
benefited.In ;_
light, and serve while hot. Women administration buildIng.
SAYS DR. TOWNSEND
ooL dally designed for and throat tune its
I' most the producer'sprofits nose combined poultice-vapor DCwh.mostcolJulclrt.Vattonolhelps -
cases -.- reductions in' T he project is one of several in a According to an interview pub
: Major crop price : tion loosens phlegm soothes irritation
will be than if he
greater Another effort to climb Mount I
I Ir 933 from the preceding year included general improvement program at lished a few days ago Dr. F. E. to prevent many colds-and to throw ,helps break congestion.Often,by
his whole the
dumped crop on Everest will be made by British : fruit, down four per cent; state institutions and is to be Townsend the inventor of the old- off head cold> in their early stages. morning the worst of the cold is oier.
market of and
Irrespective quality explorers in 1936.Povertystricken. with funds of the public
r miscellaneous commodities, IncludIng done age pension idea reports that ap-
grade and a desire to please. potatoes and tobacco, down works administration and the proximately 30,000,000 voters now Follow Vicks Plan for Better Control of Cold

[ rd ---- --,+--- husbands ,of cent cotton and cottonseed tate. belong to Townsend clubs and are A helpful guide to fewtr! raids and shorter colds. Developed by Vicks

," i// :.. Last year there were more than China who pawned their wives seven per ; in position to control elections and Chemists and Medical Staff; tested In extensive clinics by practicing -
down ten cent; grain,
(' :1039 deaths from tuberculosis In complaIn they can't get them back per cent seeds, SURE OF ROOSEVELT force the adoption of the plan at : physicians-further proved in everyday home use by mil

!d 'I "" f., Florida. The Florida Tuberculosis even though the mortgagors have down eighteen per cent; and MIAMI BEACH-Senator Joseph the first session of congress held lions. The Plan is fully explained in each Vicks package.

. ,i :f" Association Is helping to stampout sufficient funds to repay the loans down thirty-nine per ; F. Guffey (D. Pa.) considers following the next election.Dr. .
I' this disease by Its anti-tuber as the wives refuse to be redeemed. hay, down forty-seven per cent. President Roosevelt's reelection JL3/ Vickt Open Haute with ;rACt.tyocA: wry' '
Townsend is quoted as say- Monday .. .
culosis activities. 9)0 u (r. s. T.) NBC roast-ta-r.ai
.
ROUGHAGE FOR BULK certain. "He is stronger today Ing he did not propose to fool with

.,... j jI ;' AND ENERGY NEEDEft than ever" asserted the Pennsylvania either of the two old parties but [$7J

' G : Help Kidneys IN RATION FOR COWS Democrat who attrIbuteshIs would put out a third-party ticket.In .
first
( ::: Medicated GAINESVILLE-FlorIda daIrymen election as his State's this the good doctor displayed a
I'''' '.., If tSorhr KMaeye" m* Democratic senator in sixty years
: fonetienlnjr
Ui O "Id.k..reejevaWfiemOetUa* with ingredients of may well pay more attentionto fatal lack of knowledge of pollt,cal r
Vp Ntahte. N__.. KbemmUa bulk feed In rations for their to'the fact he promised to "help finesse and discloses the need of
)>a...., BUffime, Burmlac. Smartiar Vicks VapoRub hold the President's hands" I
up
to Dr. W. an experienced political
I \ W e..e..trtDuerYe.rr.emlpdo cows In 1938 according manager. i
Cr.U .tSi'a[) M. Neal animal nutrition specIalIst "The Republicans? They're allsplit There should be many such avail- !

,.( Cw.tox bs.k.'od,71 J:;::+"rts VICKS COUGH DROP with the State Experiment Sta- up. They haven't anyone who able and we would advise him to I

I ',\I tion. can beat Roosevelt-and they'llprobably take on one right away. Otherwise j J

, produce to come back to Hoover." those thirty million voters he now J '.I
it the dalrv cow Is to( .....
-
I BOREE FUNERAL HOME he highest .de'gree efficiency, has lined up will bust up in a row One gallon

Full line of Casket' & Undertakers Supplies she must have a maximum amountof BIO D.YTALLAHASSEE Comtproller and his movement will get no could lift a
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AMBULANCE SERVICE bulk or roughage supplemented where. ,

DAY.AND NIOHT by an adequate amount of grain Lee's office Saturday Issued more Already a rift in the ranks has tenIonSregosaurus 1

53 PHONE 53 _x.... teed, Dr. Neal explains. than 300 slot machine since the permIts-State been started, right here in our own
such as cottonseed the biggest day In Jacksonvillewho
Some roughages Florida. Somebody
cry cryr' O. II. BENNETT, Mfrr. of
--t
ban the operation
lifted its on 1 mile
"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"Announcement hulls, peanut hulls and straw However, there still purports to be head of the
r' contribute bulk but only very littleof such devices. movement in this state announced

S YI nutrient material while others were only two counties--Dade and right off the bat that there wouldbe .
wWch had reached the !, .
Jroward
d such as beet pulp cannery waste no third party business for

sugarcane, peavtne hay and Napier quota of slot machines allowed under him and the Florida crowd. The .,,.
I r 1935 Legislature.And .
grass, provide both bulk and act of the same situation Is likely to be t
from the taxIng -
energy In satisfactory degrees actual revenue found all over the solid Democratic

The energy expended by the cow in provision had brought only south and in all states that have

digesting cottonseed hulls, peanut about $100,000 into the State'sgeneral been solidly Republican. Partisansof

hulls, and straw Is barely provided treasury.., either party who have allied! jf:
TFUNDS
by the energy value they contain DEPLETED
rr
,J thus giving these materials
OCALA-:%>me 330\men engaged
ti
little or no place on the feeding
1 in clearing and grubbing the
.
ri, program.If the roughage is of low feed rlght-of-way'ot. the crossFloridaship '

We have the most modern Cold Storageand must canal will be released It was iThLc1
::1, ::); value, a high producing cow
learned last Mreek. Army engineers
of grain
have a greater quantity
Ir
l Meat Curing Plant in Central Florida- In her ration Dr. Neal says. directing the project explained no I
'
for additional
funds were available
r ri Dairymen should provide rough

with modern smoke house in connection. ages which contain both bulk and clearing: and grubbing and the sec- >r I
i:': I Iav a energy value for their cows. It Is tions to which the workers were

not advisable Dr. Neal asserts to assigned will have been completedby l

,, buy feed only for Its bulk. the first of the year. It was AMERICAS
," said those released would be given

'. ; NO INCREASE IN PRICESWe o ii:'Cw"M"\"TiI,'" M.t :] : an opportunity to work for contras ONLY ,
Noliee' In hxrrhy given that under -
'I mill l by virtu <>t that c.itnln : engaged In excavating top
1: final dMT.. of toreclonur mail soil. The rate of pay for those accepting G IANLeE R -
and renctorail on the 2Hih day of De-
will be than their
ivmlirr A I>. i'H&' by honorable A. higher t
Specialize In Sugar Cured Meats Z. Ailklnn. Judge of til" ('lroult wages while working directly under -
t Court' In anti fur TlratUonl' countyFlorlOa. .
ceetap! therein the engineers Two camps are
In that ur. -
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T J .".- ..- .. *-r r'"rirONGAINESVILLE iittmllnir. whr t r :tome Ifl to be dlscor .< one in Marlon
YOUR INS .
enmp nl"! .e' *- Jjul<.irt I I' /'tr. :.-
\ Laila Mar. If and the otner in rulnall111< : t-: t ..
'ft' MliiMI nr kt.elonr married f ..-rwAAw.. c..
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P. l
"t. : Caever M..k'.I..n. T ) -
.hart are defendants l t, the unclerMlKiieil TRAIN SCIIEDCLR lI
aa Npitc' .lul. Mater, will ..11 I l'I
Our schedule changes Sunday,
for cash to the hlRh"Kt and ben EXTRA "LIFT"
\ ICE & bidder at the Houth, door i>f the December 8,- 1935 and trains will IN H-C ,
...",rl ho.e tn, Htarke, Bradford run as followttSminthbound;. iW
; FOR
: county' Plorttltt. on Monday thethird
day of February A. l>. ttttridtirtnir 10)M-ups means 1 to 3 more miles "
the legal hour of sale, foithe. : per
No 1-Due Starke 11:31: P. M. III 6KIDDIESTOO
purpose| of NatlHfylnff' paid' finaldeore.
COLD STORAGE CO. ., the following1 dencrlbe No. 15: -Du* Starke 4:08 P. M. / gallon ;f.

land, .lying and b.ing In liradford No. 107..-.Due Starke 9:11: A. },[.
ionnly Klorlilit, TO-WIT-: i,
lA>t. Thr. II) and Four ((4) In No. 191-Due Starke 10:25: P. M. 1 '
Mock Thirty!! four 34). In t.lvliiKHtonTruhv I NorthboundNo. Ask the/ Sinclair Dealer/ '
t( and Company'sHubdvl
i .1. Ir.KOUUK.. MOK. .lnn of Northeait quarter I 2-Due Starke 5-22: A. M. .I

i Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St. of North!a.t! quarter(2S>. Townnhlp of HeitlonTwentyetch Six I No. 16--Due Starke 12:40: P. M. .fr

i it un Houth' Flange Twenty Two No. 108-Due Starke 5.15: P. M. Agent' Sinclair Refining Company (Int.)

+ 1 Gainesville, Florida U2)) .....t.T P LAVDRUM. I Starke and \\annee BranchNo. FOR SINCLAIR PRODUCTS

I Hnial' Muter 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A. M. PHONE 158

I A S Cr.w..ollctlor No. 102--Arrives Starke 1:00: P.M. J. H. WAINWRIGHT
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IDAY, JANUARY 5. 1936 BRADFORD COUNTY TETJEQKAPn. STAKKE. FLORIDA
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IRKE CHURCH DIRECTORY want to apologize for acting so two large plates of spaghetti. Accepting to be a personification. ford had discovered Kay's reason

BAPTIST CHURCH yesterday It waa very this as quite normal they "His name was Pygmalion." for visiting Naxos again.
Isea ST Price Factor ALIVE of me proceeded to dispose of the meal. Terry continued, "the bachelor There were not many more-
B.
Rev. C. He was unmoved. "Yes It was." "Hary1' Hark to thusa'!" the proprietor god afraid and distrustful of words Terry lifted her to her
| School, 10 o'clock a. m"J.
unday She shifted from one foot to the ) cried. "Other outlet I have all mortal women" burro and kissed her fiercely once

11 Thomas Worship, Supt., 11 a. m. I <> ,'r, then sank a white tooth Into I tapped." The radio had burst forth "HI Pig." Kay said softly more. Then his eyes followed her
u rnlng I'x full lower lip reflectively, This into a dance tune. He smiled "Hello You see until her figure had faded Into the\

a Y, P. U.Worship 6:43: p. m 7:30: p. m. 5.rteliofia/ of III* M.,.*- ) )' going to be more difficult I "Let's<< dance," Kay suggested Pig was a aculptor. Then one day black of night
venlng
u Wednea- rictvr/ baud en she had anticipated "No thank you" He paused. "I he created the statue of the perfect But Terence O'Neill was not the
Teachers Meeting,
u V 1. S $, bjr CARTER COODIOC- .. I "I guess I'm still In the dog- can't dance," woman and called her Galatea sort of man who could have been
ty 6:45 m.
: p. HELEN WANE ROBERTS
mid-week Prayer service, Wed- \ ," she said sorrowfully.The Sbe was frankly Incredulous. But he was lonely and said, for called a laggard when it came to ,
R |sday, 7:30: p. m.Methodise. SYNOPSIS: Kay Bentley, spoiled what to do at a reception unaccustomed phrase put: "But that sounds Impos lble. Have- after all she was only stone." making a decision \
s and beautiful Is on a world buildings In New York him. "Whose doghouse?*' n't you ever?" "And then?" The next morning he had informed -

P Church trip with her father, G. P. Bent dizzy. It ought to be Bett. She leaned forward with intently Ma flushed with. embarrassment. "Then one day Venus took pity Betty Collins !and the dazed -

e |Rev B. M. Montgomery Pastor. Icy on their yacht<< Doctor Stafford know," he said appeal. -"Was I really so "When I wan a hid I did a creditable i on him and endowed the statue professor( that he was going to
t Sunday School-10 a. m.I advisor to Grandmother found this statue and yesterday? And if highland fling and t danced with life. First he saw one eye New York. '
I f Morning Worship-11 a. m. Gage matriarch of the family Is ing It back. You'll take why so?" waltzes with little girls." move, then the other. Then "I'm going to get married be J ,
r Epworth League-7:15: p. m. helping Gpne Piper to win Kay I m the silent: partner." His eyelids drooped tiredly. "I'd "This Is a waltz then her lips Terry faltered had said, exploding the bombshell '

I Evening Worship 7:30: p. m. for the marriage settlement from "You're a wonderful forgive you than explain it "I know." Their glances met and looked dumbly at Kay.: "Then in their faces. "To Ann Morrison, ,,j.
You are Invited to all these serv- her grandmother will enable! her Betty said fervently, her you. You wouldn't understand, and melted together. Then they then she kissed him" Mr. Bentley's secretary"
t father to pay u $400.000 stork honest mouth grinning at off a yacht. rose and moved to the email flour She held herself rigid unwill- And just an hour after the boat j
, ices. debt. Otherwise he will be ruined. He grinned back. "And Some small bedeviling Imp space. ing that he should hear the furious had docked with Betty comfortably "
Presbyterian Church Bentley, however In In Ignorance we're both lying to each her next words. "But After a few moments of awkwardness pounding of her heart. Then ensconced in her hotel suite, ,1
Rev George H. Lowry Minister of Stafford's plans Kay has gone you're not bad either In m not" she burst out Impulsive Terry began to Improveand the night's enchantment receded Terry was stepping Into the eleva- "

i 10:00: a. m.-Sabbath School. ashore at the Isle of Nu\o In you're a good enough they were soon waltzing with and she felt the cold pressure of tor that was lifting him to the '
.' 11:00: A. M.-Morning Worship; Greece and gotten lost' In the gist to make me forget He raised his eyebrows in polite smooth grace. He was looking reality of her own world. tower of New York's newest sky-
lermon by the pastor. mountain Meeting Terry O'Neill, woman." "You haven't come up down at her glinting hair when she She got to her feet. "And they acre per.
5:00: p. m...-Young Peoples Veser .archaeologist she pretends to hn\e "Thanks." Her smile of the sea like Aphrodite ?" glanced up. She had a second's lived happily ever Rfter" She held lie pressed' to the rear of the
Service. u sprained ankle Ho carries her But Teriy was peering "Well In a way I am off flashing thrill as she surprised his out her hund. "It's a wonderful car, stark terror written all over

7:30 p. m.Evening Worship. down the mountain hut on discovering ward the water. "Why is yacht. She had an inspiration. enrnpt stare, story Pig. but It's late now and hid face, for the old, complex, the
her rune, promptly turn the possession< of money see, I'm the owner's becre- "You know," site said throatily I've got to go." fear of enclosed spaces had him
Rosewood Baptist Church urotml and heads back to the rump ability to spend It ," "I think I like archaeology" "But you'll be back tomorrow?" In Its grip, ;
Rev I- G. Hemingway, Pastor with her again. rarely have anything to "Do you know anything aboutIt "Not If my bona doesn't put In At the sixty-second floor, he
.; Services every Sunday. Bible each other?" he asked SKYSCRAPER JUNGLE ?" here again. pulled himself together and step
,Study 10:15: a. m. Services at 3:30: ( VISITOR ASHORE ly. "This Is the second "I cnn learn, He was aghast. "lint that ped inside the door of the Gage "

>'clock in afternoon. In a row that that yacht Chapter Tour The afternoon had died with the might mean we won't sue each oth- and! Bentley- offices f
Chapter Three In here." "I'd !like to see Miss Ann Morri\ I'

BETHEL BAPTIST CIIURCII Kay and Gene stood at A slow pleased smile spread over 1 "You nee," Terry son, please," he told the receptionist r
1' Rev. L. A. Donnley, Pastor The workmen stood goggleeyedas of the yacht while the face. "Oh. Ills secretary." nr tholllht| I was h OI".It"I'f'y ',
Services every first Sunday Terry wearily made his way Into Bentley paced the deck had a second's doubt. "You're V ,. "Sit do .", Kay replied "She's In Mr Bentley's office.
Sunday School 2:30: p. m. camp with Kay. Dumping her Stafford squinted out uncommonly elegant secre Please take a seal "

Bible Study and Prayer Services to the ground he stretched his water. "This shoreline ." ......' -
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very Saturday night cramped arms painfully. Then he familiar. What island is "Thank you Uh my name's .., 1!: (Terry has aspect for Ann Morri '

turned to her. "Naxos, sir," Grove Morrison." son and has been told to wale I-

First Christian Church "There's the trail," he pointed, "Naxos?" Stafford was "And mine's Terence O'Neill." Kay really putting UM u Rl'I'ret.ar'fOr
Rev W. T. McGulre. Pastor "and here you are back where you ful Haven't we been to wall of reserve gave way. tw 'IH Terry to ban nil unpleasant
'. have lunch together. Walt- surprise Don't miss next werh'a'
Bible School, 10 a. m. started. Now walk Kay came to Grove's
Communion, 11 a. m. Kay, sprawled on the ground, i "You're thinking of Paxos !" thrilling installment)
Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m. oozed impotent rage from every' lied glibly. "We were there A man sitting at the next table :
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30:: pore as she watched him enter the day" his bowl of soup, then ap- cheeksColds)
; i. m. swinging box and descend into the Stafford scrutinized her them questionably. I

Preaching Second Sunday 11 B.m. pit below. ly. "I thought well, "Any particular craving?" Ter-
and 8 p. m. Some hours later she had mount. mind." asked. 666 and
ed to the deck of the yacht and was "Bridge!I" Bentley "You order Something nice Fever
"
In whispered colloquy with Grove. "Come on Gene. We'll Greek. first day I'
St.larks! Episcopal Church Terry held up two fingers. "Two
"Now remember, I'm countingon today. I.Ic\I'ln TAU"TS headaches
Service on second fourth and your descretton You're not to "Bridge?" Gene asked rosblf. aAL.u1 ..nosh In 30 minute
(fifth Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. say a word." his eyes on Kay. "Rosbif." The waiter departed. I
Litany and choir practice at I Kay giggled. "Since when is

[7:30: o'clock on Friday nights pre- -V css-- V "'i Aa Kay beef a native dish?" -,
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f ceeding Sunday services. down the Terry cleared his throat pomp. (I ... P "-r '"
....' Grove "Roublf is a general term .. C.! ,Y A'1' .a ,W- ;;P :Ml.l- Q.41 _...+wonr..: ''+
along with this island. It might mean roast I i
r ,I fish a glow of sunset and now Terry and er again."
it
"r "I or might mean veg ,
I ashore," he plate or dog Ills eyes Kay sat among the evening shadowy "It might. You see," she said er &

BOB> JONESComments nervously. laughing at her. a short distance away from slowly, "I'm not much of a Gala. l9 PJ .. c.1h ....- .
She smiled feebly "Well tell his camp. The firelight flickered tea But our story can end the ......... ....t 1
l On Here C e If It's dog." She tackled a roll. over them and lingered on the Ga way thelr's did." NOW VI .ache. ...lIn.rOB ... tplnn..

here why should a man latea statue where it stood prop- She (leaned over and offered her a e._D......_
And Hereafter # Y to become an archaeologist pod up to one side. A plaintive lips, then felt his long hard kiss
',/ all things." guitar could be heard from far tingle its way down to her tore ........DI. r,
t/ r He drew guarded curtains across out over the water "Ann, don't go back) h" said
"Thou shalt not covet thy neIgh- Ii I
i it,
t i
k "Maybe that's because "Centuries ago. Terry was saying huskily. "You can stay In the village -
eyes
bor's house, thou shalt not covet ', f S' .' V ,. what he wants to be of all softly, "there was a man stand- ."
thy neighbor's wife his his manservant .' ing here that felt exactly! the same There was the sound of running

nor his maidservant, nor < -h-! ; : "Mm. She buttered a small as I.do. Hla voice was muted as feet. It was Grove, hurrying to-

his ox, nor his ass nor anythingthat ; of crust. "But what was It If he were afraid that Its sound ward her, out of breath. "I've been
You will ', smile.'I made you at the age of eight, might rob the> night of Its sleeping searching for you most desperately
is thy neighbor's" to your mother, 'Mama, when beauty. "He was looking at the Miss The yacht Is leaving for
recognize this as one of the Ten personification of everything he at We're
r f; grow up, I want to dig up old j I Naples once. hurrying to
Commandments. God recognizes : and see what.Lcan find'," had ever hoped for In a woman." New York."

the right of the Individual to own Terry drummed on the table. Kay stirred and leaned against Hla voice was tinged with regret
property. A'man has a right to reason Digging l is born in a I his shoulder, "I've always wanted for he was aware that Doctor Stat -

own a house, to have a wife, to "' d"m'. My mother wanted me to i
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own an"ox, and an ass and other rW.e. au a stiff collar and be a brok-
things as well. The socialisticIdea "

which Is abroad In the landis She said, quizzically, "You're a

contrary to the teaching of lie nodded unhappily. She tip "See?' Bentley asked in i way from wherever the Irish A
God's Word. It is true that some toed away but was brought up I good humor. "He doesn't Street Is 6
of the early Church, in order to short as Gene Piper strolled toward know what game we've "I know." He turned to her,
supply the needa of everybody declined her In the semi-darkness. Ing. No wonder he's so I probing, silently measuring
to have things in common. "Kay?" "If he's as had as you I ISts.fford mental stature. "You see I
Annanlaa and his wife were kilted stand being shut in."
said slyly, "we'll
"Yes, Gene. She sighed. I
because lied to the Holy Her "I promise 1 e s
they "Kay," he began miserably, "I substitute. glance was gay imyMM a a
"
, Ghost when they said they had to shut you In. Go on.
really feel terrible about neglectIng "Nonsense! Bentley was
all their but "After I went to work
brought possessions college, iron
rate. "He's to hold
you the way I have. got s
orra No 3Pr
had not. This movement on the an office. Then I discovered OFFER Ho. 4
Her voice was flat. "We've some time. ..il Farm. 1 ALL FOUR
part of a few of the early Christiana been through all that." "Won't ?" stiff collors, elevators, and Good 9T Sl.rl*.., 1 T.ar yoatr" ONLY Bauthm JtarlaulturUt 1 ,... FOB our
was a voluntary propositionand you join us walls got me ,down so that I CouatryHo..1.ar Country Hoe y.ar j
there Is nothing In the Bible I "We really we really should eyes pleaded with Kay. : breathe. I screamed. I Tb.Form Journal, I Tsar 80 Tho Farm loans 1 roar I $ .80 -
come back to these Islands sometimes not played with us once AND THIS NEWSPAPER AND THIS NEWSPAPER
which would indicate that God desired at the top of my lungs. Then For On.Y.ar MM=
he struggled on lame- whole trip." I Far On Ytor
of fired I
this as a regular course I me. Thought was hope-
procedure for Christiana. Then, ly "I mean Just us on our Kay gestured flippantly. batty."
too, you will remember that Chris- I honeymoon . vaulting and bridge are "And so do I." 1ft
1 C0nuyR0m'
tians -and not sinners were doing "Our honeymoon Gene?" things I never do. I'll "And so do I. But crazy or not, etR M CALCS I

this. The trouble with most of our "You said you'd let me know later. You go ahead." I am. and ;I'm happy I'm Gam' T lt.SIOfY p1C10 b1 B ilEq
ethical procedures is that we try uh. soon When the other had I can go where I like and THIS NEWSPAPERfor 7> r 1sIf Ef i
to get unregenerated man to do "Would you like to know now?" and Grove turned and 's most Important, I can think ** i\ JOIMMALOFIEK

what regenerated man does natur. she asked, dangerously sweet. each other connplratorlally. I like. 1 and
ally. Any reform movement built "Oh no," he answered hastily. "Well, Grove, here we The "Rosbif" had arrived, bear. year warn
upon unregenerated human nature "Gene! Gene Piper! Bentley Naxos. a suspicious resemblance of "
Is bound to fall sooner or later. was calling. "Where la that fel- "I find these islands are 3 Big Magazines

Jesus Christ heads a new creation. ler? Gene! much alike, Miss Kay," THIS NEWSPAPER k

New wine has to be put Into new Looking back at her guiltily drily. for full I I II ?
I one yean 9
bottles. Gene hurried off "All except Naxos Grove
Kay now approached the Captain countered. "See Naxos and I I II
And 4
God says that we should not who was at the wheel guidingthe As she started down the I Big Magazines

covet our neighbor's property. God ship out of harbor. He touchedhis he moved along with her. "

tells those who are atrong to bear cap. who has no right to speak 1 Magazine from Croup A; 3 Magazines from Croup B; 4 la ail
the infirmities of the weak but He "Good evening. Miss Bentley." Kay," he said nervously, "I

never told the weak to take the "Good evening Captain. And n't go ashore. t

property of the strong. If men where are we heading for now?" "Wouldn't you Grove ?" 'Al Select Any 3 Magazines / /
who are strong financially and by "Athena Miss." "Your' father is in a
the power of their own personality "Must we 7" she asked in disap- citable condition." From This List Cities On.M''fl" lUirHomMC" .. 9"ac,n...

are able to make money or be- pointment. Then craftily, she set She smirked. "So am I, 3 *Tru. Story ?. 1 Tsar .. *"* 1. 0 A....leAn 'outS Nawa..u
come great executives do not be- about convincing the Captain thatIt so am I." .nor Horn.* A Gor4..M _I T ea. CMatUn! .....1. 6.o 0 C.Q./1O: aPJesnq 1 rr
would be all to sail hurried threw H ChrUMan Horald _s ..... G,"" . 0 .QI".J. 1"
come Christian In their giving and quite right Kay fla TMILr
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Christian In their attitude toward around'all night then sail back into door of a small, badly lit Hoiuabold. loIav amlunlor -. "ea. a N..hol. lea 1I.lhlft) i rr 0 Smtln.yl/ .3rr
weaker men, then sooner or later Naves the following morning."Mr. ant one of the many MaCalr.Ho.. liar M.th...).l Ter a JwIM McC.ll7aa/ulna, Ne.o 1 No00dltaMr: M KYia. : 3rr
Naeeds..l7.or Irr .
unregenerated human nature will Bentley doesn't know Naxos dotted the small Island. A 0 Clarla . fff ./ rrN..dl.rsh
I Rev. I. N. Demy Mavia Clauia _____ 1 Ter 11011. o .
violate the commandment "Tbou from Jersey City" she coaxed."You've made radio stood near the says: _____ 1 Tar Q rpm No.d Leif) 6.. Neoe.Irfmd 1 qOp.n
shalt not fur to do this for from which emanated I have found nothing in the flood (Bay) -1 Tw. 0 Puma' ..,.. .. 1" B 11utMald# Mddnre., J"
covet" and will go got me, a ,.......' MaQaaino -S a.. ,.tlll.'.' letdly) Mtl"b" / Mtnkt 3rr
ther and actually steal the wealth Captain. If you knew how I'd appreciate Greek tirade. 20 years that can take the Pathttador (w.kly) .1 Twr a says. 1" H.a.. Uf 1"

of rich men. The hope of this nation it "What thuaa be called? of Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pictorial.. .....i...l....._..__-2__ 1 Tsar"ea.. QhlalA A 1I..tI.. Sloraa' : .. .. 1"1r QIeulhr 0 Nadn1 t I.. .. .. J"J"
If we are to preserve our oldtime' He was dubious. "Well I don't proprietor asked indicating .. They art a lure relief for Bonaaflle Btario. 1 ".a. a Sa...n 'ook 1" 0 ".......Ha'tune .
American traditions of Indi- know. Miss strument. 11 headache." 1Icr.....Book. 1 T.s. a Tna CrrhuleM... il Grown 1" 0 but om rasa zri
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South a A,raulniriat _.....,1 7.ar ","'. 1" a .... AehwlrNt" j e.
vidual rights Is In the Christian "Thanks," she said demurely She considered. "That, Sufferers from Headache, T.... Coo,......* .1 ".". a 0 COOP dt raw? '. 2 yft f w....n' 1 '''.''In 1 1 N
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spirit which must come Into the then, with a little skip and a jump ly, would be called a radio." 18, Toothache, Backache Woman' World Pear 0 The Print. JIIIII1101.r 31M Cloryf18n"y:' Y IIIorld 3R R ,
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hearts of big business men. It may she moved away "Aradio? Is aradlo Rheumatism, Lumbago .if TrlM SI" ra. .."h.< / Only' ens i tub* 0 7ouurN/ 1erltIleat. 31 1"1"d.'. hulbl: YaI 1 "
sound strange to, express it thla Terry with his assistant Betty ny." He turned the dials Muscular Pains Peri ''''.'100 dl w.d.Pu [J J"
way but the most selfish thing Collins, was standing before the despair. "Never other Pans write that they have Modorn M.d,.o1s 4 I......,... "...alt
that representative business men recently unearthed statue. It bad sound. Always same. Most Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills 1 1 llnoalor Amoriian, Out- 1 l7 T..a.rudv. aa. pgCsgiriarES / ftcHftHCENTlEMENi .

can do in this time of stress is for been placed In a sheltered part of aumptlal. better results than they had 1 j _____________ I ,...a.. yt
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them to be unselfish enough to the old temple. Calmly strolling to Terry's hoped for.
give their money generously to'' "Terry you've done It," Professor Kay seated herself beside Countless American house I Encloie f ___ W.aa S.nd Me .
God for a real gospel program. Hamill said I emotionally. gave her a cool nod. would no more think D OH. No. 1 O Offer No. 2 O Otf r W.. 3 Q O-r No 4

I The worst thing big business men "There's every chance In the world "If I hadn't seen you keeping house without Dr. I am cboekinff the magazias d..lr.d with a yeses a1l1>acrf,.. .
can do la to give to the modern- that It's a Praxltlles a Galatea here" she said brl< N
istlc educational movement. The and if it la, you've made a have had to go all the way ,flour or sugar. Keep a pack. I ,
old time religion la the only thing very Important discovery. When mountain." .In your medicine cabinet and Name l 1 aStr
that will preserve property rights.A will you leave for New York?" "Why?" yourself needles suffering. M

"Leave for New York What "To see you again." Drug Stores-25c and $1.00 e 1 ..t er H.F.D- T ,
A cactus plant will take root for?" 'If you wanted to cause .

and begin to grow again after having "To take your statue back. You he informed her Idly ,. I Towa end Sla'..
been hung up In.dry air for Six will get quite a reception. late. We've got the statue l ifKSffpiuLS I t .
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.j Bradford County Telegraph I of making HOLIDAY while New'we are Year's CLOSINGAnd on the resolution subject TOO LATE f IQftlPA !L'1L4' flwiv'r


I, :, Established 1877AA.EAV.BEFL --or were Wtl ?-why not a resolu-

tion among: Starke merchants to TO CLASSIFY

I' ;t; *=2=rKLORIDA.PRESS get together .nd make out a def-
II! By RI18'II:r.L KAY
ASSOCIATION inite program to govern openingand errttarr KU' >rld. Pan. A.....
f closing on the various holidays
1935 Y e l throughout the year?

-:" "" -- 3 otwcucL J late. 1zm .. Heretofore It has been\ the custom Time marches onThe! clock

.". ,-- .. _. !'! as each holiday approach, I strikes twelve Bottoms up!-

I' Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class to have the city marshal go around Everybody shout Everybody

< Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida with a petition to the thirty or for- sing! -Ring a bell--Blow-! a whistle

ft,: ,0 '- -- --_. .. -. ... ty business houses la town and !-Empty yourbt shooter! It' r
ask them to sign an agreement for
WHOOPEE -
( r I E. L. Matthews---__._____________Editor and Owner that 1936-Happy! New Year-
closing on particular day. !! ,
.. .__ ,r __ ____ _._ ___. There Is generally some mIsunder- I. .
And some >people> make RESO-
SUBSCRIPTION RATE standing with a few places wantIng LUTiONSI I .

l lIII n to close all day, others favoring -
y I Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance a half day, and some not wantIng Then tomes: 'Che dawn and we

Advertising Rates on Application to close at all. rub our eyes, yell for ice-water. and

\ .. _u__...__ __ .. n___ ___ "Where the heck Is the Bromo- ; /t { 1 1'f K'r-r
FEk ? --- This procedure has to Do gone Seltzer?" It's just another day, another 74'L; $' a iS't ,.", LF-4Ds77/4E NA710N'IN
through with each time It Is desired r
year, and most of \us settle / t,. k, 7"H
: NP3 i
t'oR until it's all l wN7F.Qops,4y
'' School opens Monday, and no more holidays to observe a holiday. It la back in the same old groove and

,,' over. a lot of needless trouble for the TIME MARCHES ON. E'.aPal'ON. : 0;:;

marshal and as often as not resultsIn .. V
o no closing at all because of the But 1936 does promise to be a t/NO eS

1'' P Cj :' Have you done anything useful in the first three days off places fear of In some the same stores line that of business other wonderful in most year for every Florida.line' Conditions show. #4p'rya ZS/Nv 'ti tb I f f tqtq't' t r.. r I '. 7

j f iE 19367 trill remain open and capture all market improvement. Business IS
thE business.It better. We are making real progress -
o >
j, p,, /
tt In the solution of many trying -.
-
' hard for to with the weather has been suggested by some -- -
etIL .I It's pretty politics warm up problems. :'I".iiV,:: .
merchants that the business men -
we've been having lately. Tourist travel Is heavier than It -' .
1, hold a meeting soon after the first : ,1
Iks been for years. South bound 0 .

l 0 of the year make out a list of le- trains, ships and buses are run- 0.t.V .' ,',' \s ,
t .
gal which it Is .1
|, That noise you hear ia: probably just another -NewYear's holidays upon customary ning in several sections with the 0..
to close and defInitely 4.-
; up shop, demand for accommodations stead- 'V ; ".

r resolution cracking up. decide whether they shall ily increasing. '. .h..., ..' "r'J"
close all halt of the ; II..' -
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day day or .
o : I
r.. "For Rent" signs in most communities .1: "' .
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not at all. Such
t ;lf An oldtimer is one who can remember when the word di- an agreement are Hard to find. Realtors -' .t.. ., ../"....:... f1- Ii "
should be binding and some method ...oJ ::1 .. .
i'i'vorce lament<< the fact tact they have no h :' 'c"-
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was spoken in a whisper.The of punishing places that do not I' V
listing of vacant homes or apartments t4 ': i" :
f i abide the decision should be .. ,: 1' .
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Hotel\ reservations are ,. ". .
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: I. of in 1035!> Let's at. and resort cities r '- '\J'., .
f sample prosperity we got was fine. heavy are over- '. "to't. \ .
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The Telegraph will be glad to .: ).. : .to.. ...,.. ..
flowing. Even rooms in private ..
I' hope ,we get the whole works in 1936. publish the list of holidays and is S t) S
homes are getting scarce
housewives and other ::.
0 keep shop
i Building activity is brisk in ) ( -"::;;'
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;: to
How about a ballot to find out how many people actually pers advised sufficiently in advance many sections and property own- Cr 11I1' :;MjX/t:0
so that do their
rvr' they con
results of ballots? ers are taking advantage of gov-
believe in the straw ri
I It marketing with no inconvenience ;'
ernment assistance the matterof '
71/& O fi.ORl1JA. COUNTY
from closed doors. :\
tI t\\> r o financing needed repairs and 'TII .JARGPS;
TPAT .XrrNJS FROM G.OK/A-
We think idea of
the holding
,
I : You are lucky if you have enough left over from Christ- Improvements.Sales J 'lJA
PRACPM TO TJlE GULP OF
such 'Is PiG/ItRpD
{ a meeting a pretty good MEXICO/
of real estate are reported
shopping to( buy an automobile tag.
mas
and would like to
suggestion see
I from all over the state with all -CAP6Nr 1Yn'h' r4cehs! t'

s' o some definite action taken along types of property represented.Alert S NHr /P.1% .Ja.s.; -

"i Let's hope business makes a stratosphere flight in 1936, this line. brokers have returned to the -=' e.tvftnr
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and breaks all existing endurance records. ground floor and are building upa
,
tiI ,4s. ,: DON'T FORGET THIS
; o Another resolution that might be sales force. The little home you The distinction of having captured the LARD Florida's dominating: position in agriculture It

h;', of lasting benefit to the entire could have purchased last year for EST BARRACUDA IN THE WORLD, with 6shdue largely to her productive soil and ideal cli.i .
, If you enjoy standing in lines then wait a few days $2,000 is now painted with a new
county would be for our farmers sun and sleepingporch and i ing tackle, went to Chester E. Benet of St. Aul"Ismate, which enables the state to produce crop
parlor
longer before buying your automobile tag. to resolve to put up the best pos the owner turned down an offer tine when he landed the one shown above off the throughout the year. One of the many important

;, r O sible pack of strawberries during last week fork 3500. lower coast of. Florida daring 1932. This giant winter crops is that of the CUCUMBER, which PYt

s. From all reports that we hear, it seems that very few he 1936 season. Reaction .to ,the Florida Exhibitat barracuda, most voracious fish in all the teas, daring the 1934-3S season represented a valuation

, f, quail are dying of lead poisoning this season. Each more year and consumers more emphatic are becomIng in- Rockefeller; Center, the A1IFloridaAdvertfslng was five feet six inches long and weighed 103 K of 848995. It Is estimated that approximately -

I II -. their demands for an attractiveand Campaign and pounds. The heaviest barracuda on record previ- 1,145 carloads were produced in the state I
I I the advertising of Florida citrus Otis to Mr. Benet'i remarkable catch of Florida of which
only 89
\ uniform product, and Bradford weighed $ were shipped from the
You can't blame children for believing in Santa Claus fruit will 'be. felt during the next &*
cannot hope to compete with other pounds. state by rail or boat.
ts three months and should result in
when so many, adults believe in the Townsend Plan. sections in the production of
s this being the greatest tourist sea
j i; 0 strawberries unless the standards :I son the state has ever known. Student Night EnjoyedThree Thanks Red Cross AidsMrs. that gives him vision.

i The Plant City Courier thinks that nothing bothers a of quality set by her competitors Motor tourists in a never end- Without an unpurchasable mind'(
iI I are matched. Florida colleges were rep- N. D. Wainwright, president power you cannot develop an un
stream into the
i man like having someone interfere with his loafing. Ing are pouring resented
" There might have been a time on the Student Night of the Bradford County Chap purchasable manpower.The .
state and will continue to do so
o when the housewife! could be fooled and program held at the Baptist tar.. of American Red Cross this mind-power and the manpower
throughout the winter season
The nation's oldest dish is said to be succotash. We always into paying her good money this big parade goes through the : Church Sunday night at 7:30: week expressed her appreciationto representing quality as distinct

{ had the idea that hash took the prize for being ancient. for a pint of strawberries consisting state to the.tune of clinking coins o'clock.Student Union The work and of other the Baptist E. L. Matthews chairman of the from quantity, presents the
YS. of a row of good fruit on top general Roll Call and his workers for their difference between the successful
and cash
o I If and just any old thing to fill up clanging registers. aspects of religious life In Institutions efforts .In the recent membershipdrive. and unbeatable organization and
1936 Is lorld8's Let's
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year.
f A Wisconsin girl has a hobby of collecting dirt from all underneath but those days are make .the mqst of it. Remember of learning were ably discussed She also wishes to thank that which la forever just one leap 1b
I gone.; With dollars as scarce as by Robert Chapman of the all persons who joined the Red ahead of the sheriff.
parts of the world. She should have a small brother to help among.he thousands, who will visIt University of
Florida Miss Marguerite Cross:
they are now the housewife la goIng tjl : this year and says that There is nothing mysterious
her out. to look for full value, and Indeed Florida ( ? winter are many Prevatt of the Florida those, who have not Joined do not about the ability to.aMcceed. It 1 II
who have never .been> here before. State
o she has a right to expect her Woman's College and Les- have to watt to be asked but can merely a matter of common sense
will meet Florida just as
They you lie
worth. Biggs of Stetson University. become members at time dur- and honor:
money's any common
In some Florida towns you have to buy a license to playa meet a stranger. What will their Miss
Evelyn Stump "TeachMe
W-*, Let's see that she gets it in 1936 sang ing the year by the payment of the. Simple but rare as are most
slot machine. In any town you should first have your from Bradford County. impression be? to Pray," and also a duet with regular dues of one dollar. simple things.
Nature may be kind to us during her sister, Miss
Marjorie Stump .
Think and act
head examined. -o- see straight--
their We have blue
stay.
may who
n WE'D BE SATISFIED played the accompaniment Fine Grapefruit such is the secret of the road
0----- skies warm sunny days; our lakes
c, Roger Babson has made the following throughout the program. Both of which leads up and out.TrumbullCheer.
Have you bought your ticket to the Jackson Day Dinner predictions for the new may sparkle in the sunlight, birds these young ladies are students at O. W. Dyal, of Graham broughta .
sing in the trees the air be laden the woman's college. A large audience fine bunch of grapefruit into the .
? Don't miss this to show that :
yet opportunity year
i iI iV you are a with the scent of blossoms -
I ,.. Business, : Ten per cent gain for orange enjoyed the program.IIEFFNEKVINSON Telegraph office this week. There While drilling a hole for Its nest,
Democrat of enchantment.But .
good -a true land
.
year. Building: Beginning of were six large fruit on one stem the Downy Woodpecker carries the
o boom Labor: More "Help Want- It Is not enough. SHOW TO and they showed what the rich chips away to avoid detection of

I, S I" Spain has had fifteen governments in quick succession.We ed" signs. Stocks: Bull market appeal Beauty but and it,charm is personality can lure tha.tholds. and BE HERE ON MONDAY NIGHT soil around Graham can do in the I the new home.
way of producing citrus fruit.
find it confusing enough in this country to change once not total over.income Farm higher.Prices Real: Spotty Estate but: Flora's personality is The Heffner-VInson players will The flying snake of Asia parachutes -

every four years.A Active year-rents higher. Bonds? YOU and ME and a million other open In Starke January 6,. for a MONEY WORTHLESS or glides from higher to
Floridians.} ,WUl.:these countlessthousands'of.newcomers one night's engagement with all Money cannot for Its
o high grades at celling. Retail buy a man the lower altitudes by flattening
v like your new plays and vaudeville, featurIng inspiration that enables him to
In five body.
Best sales
trade:
rt frY Russian has been found who has his heart in his Living Costs: Mild rise-food years.bills city? WIU they. Want to stay or the South' favorite comedian work out his business plans. You -. -

N stomach. Good cooks have long suspected that .that is where down. Summary: Prosperity by come again? the In person JimmIe Heffner. can copy a man's work his produce Bulgaria has abolished coffee

most men's hearts lie. 937. Watch your step-YOU are The opening play will be a or his method but you cannot drinking In state offices during of
of FLORIDA.A
most important part
Babson claims that he was comedy drama entitled "No Wed copy his mind. fice hours.
0 friendly smile a courteous reply Money cannot _._.,_. .
," Inety-cight per cent right in his ding Bells featuring Jimmie buy a reputation, .
''< An exchange says that most men work about onequarter predictions for the year Just past. and bit of kindly advice a Heffner "the biggest fool in Dix- 'cannot' buy the gift of courtesy, a Repairing antique flags and tap-

square deal, fair prices "Pardonme le," at his best la the sense of the fitness of things, or estries has netted Mrs. Katherine
as hard as they say they do, and about one-half as hard as His outlook for 1\ 36 sounds very ,* "Please;' and "Thank You" comedy role;
nearly perfect to us and If he Is It Is the eighteenth anniversaryedition the power that is back of a man Richey a fortune.
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l' they think they do. ninety-eight per cent right again all state play" a part in "Selling your of the Heffner-Vlnson show

o this time, we'll be satisfied. and so well and favorably la, this
The real the visitor
Impression
I 1 Well, they've been digging on the canal quite a while -0nE..UTV -' gains of your state or your town name the known to theatre-goers that
l management states this
now and so far we haven't heard of anyone in South Florida SPECIALIST '1.. largely the impression that YOU announcement alone simple comedy
Nature never ceases to do wonderful would suffice
t.famishing" for lack of water. I give him. Folks don't like towns to fill the big
waterproof tent
1 1F 1f things. on
selfish.A
where people are and
surly
t Mrs. E. Lewis of Safety Harbor Monday night.
discourteous word can ruin the
I
; During the past ten years an average of eight new sixty-four years of age and a sweetest song a mocker 'ever The Ueffner-V'inscn players are lOY4YIlAT
Is her third ivirorith.
,cutting thla
grandmother, offering season all brand-new
< chirped. A gruff; "Hey you" bark. ,
\ farms daily have been placed in cultivation, Florida. There e
; let of teeth. Her hair, which has ed at a tlmlU visitor who accidently plays and twelve acts of up-to-the- .

) f \[; could hardly he any sounder growth than that. been gray for years Is becoming got on the wrong traffic lane, minute vaudeville that will entertain PEOPLE Jimmie tieriner
streaked with black. Furthermore, both old and young. Some
-0 can obliterate the scent of a mil
'
>.1. she can thread a needle withouther of the favorites with ; 'J'M
1 ; lion orange blossoms. A check for the show ,,
Scientists have definitely discovered the spot in the brain
: glasses something she couldn'to this season
$l.lIO for worth two bits are Dolly Lewis the
:that controls the j jaw. Now the only thing that remains is for I: si* months ago. or a charg@,11 ,,dinner fit $12.00 for a $2.00 golden voice from old Virginia; I

? : them to find the one that regulates the tongue. Mrs. Lewis Is unable to explainthe room, handed out with a stoney the three LaMont sisters, popular
phenomenon and doesn't try singers and tap'dancers
e stare, will counteract the pret- ; that
fi o to. She la very modest about It all, ever-popular little acrobatic '
tiest 'advertisement the Sat dancer
.< Associated'. Press news story lists a group of eligible and Isn't so sure she wants her urday page Evening Post ever ran. Marjorie LeBon, who comes JTg i

.- bachelors for the girls to work on during Leap Year. That's new teeth after fifteen years of If you want to put "sand" in direct to you from the Alvazar at I stnaIa.. & .
It f satisfactory service from a good Miami
the visitors, YOURSELF there ; Vivian Royce "rhumba" 11
put
f
fellows.
: kind of faking. unfair advantage of the poor pair> of plates. She makes her first! dancer; Patsy Wlllard queen of all e2nORUSGorscousfyC"fuI1W

". o i \living by tending a small fish blues singers late radio star In
i reached the of relations market near her home, but of person; Fred Nobles that I titit
1r We have almost point straining our I Spider webs are about .00015 dainty
course there could be no connection little
I '. with| Mussolini by cabling him collect: "Pride goeth be- between her occupation in life of'an Inch In diameter and are soubrette; handsome Dick
Caldwell late
SPt Shottin
used in some scientific Instru- Broadway musical cc undojolv'hestr
fore a fall, and a haughty spirit before destruction" and the strange fact of her regained ments. comedy star; Bob Wlllard Amer.
'" the most t' utitultm
\
S ;, Q youth. lea's greatest accordionist; Herman
Millions of women in all parts le
1- Lowell Thomas got in trouble for saying over the radio of the world are spending millions There are three species of pikeIn Lewis one of America's IIM'THEATIIin

,r !r: r that It has been cold in Florida. Well, confidentially Lowell, of dollars trying vainly to do great the northern United States pike-and-muskalonge pickerel, greatest the late Al blackface\ O. Fields comedians minstrel star and, frJ' tIteWAatt "

1 f ," \: it's been darn cold where we are, and we don't mind admitting what a poor little woman in a lit featured In the big musical comedy ODOR OOfN

t tie: fish market In a little Florida should be banded together In some concerts, assisted by a fast-step arrattax .Drlns thefim
E.: it.
tI I ; town is doing without any effort or sore of cooperative organisation. ping beauty chorus and a nice cast

: 0 expense or even without any exertion Efforts in .the past to operate of prtnclples-,-not overlooking

I t'\ ;f A negro father and mother in Georgia named their twins of her will. such an association have pretty best eight-piece; orchestra that .-a

II'\ I r ir: Mussolini and Haile Selassie. If the boys get along all right teeth Perhaps are Mother Mrs. Lewis Nature's and her little new generally failed but almost any this company has ever carried STARKEMONDAY J
thing that is a success! today has Jimmie Heffner'a
I then we'll have definite proof that there is nothing Rhythm Boys.
together lesson
object to show us mortals become the
one through trial and The doors open at 7:15 and the
r F {in a name. how feeble our efforts are when error process.A show starts at 8 o'clock. The big NIGHT JAN. <6<
pitted against an old girl who real-
4 0 cooperative o r g a alzatlonmight tent will be located at Madison and ,

r, An Italian prince was put in jail for throwing a glass at ly knows her-stuff. not cure .all the evils that !' Broadway.

j, 4 4i j;i lf a newspaper photographer. Well, at least it's nice to know ONE MORE RESOLUTIONOur marketing are associated, but with without growing it we and are Eyes of antelopes are equal to Big Tent Located At Madison'& Broadway'

it i t that a newspaper man looks just as good as royalty to the final resolution for the year of the opinion that farmers ten human eyes aided with eight-pow Doors Open 7:15
would Show
have do
Miami police force. to with Bradford yean from'now will be pretty er glasses. Antelopes can see human Starts 8 O'ClockI

;1 1C 1e 1 l' County growers, whom we believe much where they ere today. beings a.half mile away. 1 1TfI:5c

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