Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 10, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Although plans for the Presi Congressman Lex Green this Employees of what used to beth

dent's Birthday Ball on January week predicted that the Congress FERA, but Is now the Social ;!
IN COUNTYSupreme 30 are yet incomplete N. Stern- SUCCESS would' promptly paaa the Bonus CHAIR Welfare Board expects that the of FOR ROAD 13 I

berg- chairman of the committeeIn Bill. He said: "I have voted for fice here will be closed out In a

charge of arrangements here, payment of the adjusted service few weeks and most of the records. .

\ Court Declares promises a party equal to the success -, Total of 140 Plates certificate In cash every time it.I Pays 'With Life For moved to the district office In JacksonvilleSeeks To .f
that was staged at the Wom has been before the Congress.We Green Cove Springs.At .
Agency is Un- an's Club last year at the same I Far Exceeds First passed it in the House In 1932. Ret'ellge'1flurder) the present time little II Halt naldwin-

PlansCHAPMAN 1933, 1934 and 1939. We will I\ known of future plans of the
constitutionalFARMERS time.A Of Girl Yulee Link
part of receipts from the ball I pass It In the House on or before I I board and all arrangements are
will go to the Warm Springs January 13. I confidently believe Indefinite. The staff here has -
i PAID $5.000 Foundation for the treatment of IAUISDEMOCRATIC that It will become a law within CONFESSIONlADE! been cut to a skeleton organization DELEGATION: WILL MEET:

BENEFITS 1935 Infantile paralysis victims, and PARTYOne the next few weeks and that the TO SUP E U INTENDENT and It Is not known if the WITH ROAD HOARDA

part of it will remain'In the county veterans will soon have the moneyin i employees who remain will be -
All AAA work in Bradford for the same .purpose. hundred and forty Demo their: pockets. It Is a just and] By RED KERCE transferred to the Green Cove office committee from the Business
|County stopped when the-Supreme crats, 'gathered at long: tables In fair debt and: must be paid. The I I Life Is a high price to pay fora or not Men'a Club was this week talking

.Court of the United States, sitS the Woman's Club Building here veterans are entitled to It and I brief moment of revenge. Miss Gertrude Herring, former steps to counteract efforts of

4 ?ting 'n Washington D. C., early COMMITTEEINamed Wednesday night gave testimonyas am doing all possible, for Its Lonnie Green, 32-year-old negro, county social service dlreotor, has Jacksonville Interests who are
I this week declared the agency un- to the high esteem in which I prompt >at 9:20: o'clock Tuesday morning been appointed acting district su seeking to halt construction of
P..rl..t_.._ Ffnnanvolf._ la. .h.V1and HAPA_._, realization.4 .,_ :r became Bradford Road
-- County's 13 between
}('OlUlti t u tlonal. .. I. ----- u -- I ? first I i Dervlaor with the new organization Baldwin and Yu
-- the enthusiasm that markedthe victim of the electric chair. He "to"GCoth; lee, a project that would
Union farm to Handle I and will move' : throw
L. T, Dyer, j.
*agent who has also been conduct- Jackson-Day Dinner, the open I YOUNG DEMOS walked the few short steps from latter part of the week. Mrs. much travel between the Eastern I
| the in thla county, ing: gun in his campaign for re the Death Row In the Flat Top Edward Burns has received her Seaboard and the West Coast of :
log programs election. at the State Prison, Farm to the Florida
|has received word from Washington COTTON SEED S > appointment as a district visitor, through Stark
Promptly at: 10 o'clock a hush Elect Death. House
and also from the state office where he paid with I but docs not yet know where she Jacksonville newspapers have
fin down all felt over the noisy auditorium.ft.* his life for the revenge murder of will be stationed. recently carried dispatches stating -
Gainesville to close
work' the President's voice, being: broad- Evallne Frazier, nine-year-old negro that a committee from that
(activities Including contract APPLICATIONS MUST BE cast from Washington to thousands I NEW OFFICERS girl, near Starke last year. city would appear before tho State
I In cotton corn-hog, syrup, tobac- AT ONCE
of dinners throughout the In a last minute confession to OFFICIALSEndorse Road Department at' Iti meeting:

I Fto co, be and received potatoes or paid No funds out until are WITH-DYER country, came through the loud I Supt L. F. Chapman Monday January 27 and Insist that the department -

speaker. DR. II. B. McLENDON WILL night the strapping young negro abandon Improvement of
I It ordered.Mr. .
further notice. was L. O. Hazen, Carl Johns and H. Hitting at "musty reaction"and HEAD ORGANIZATION said his only reason for the bruI the B.lldwln.YUlee road and concentrate

: Dyer says that all checks C. Wall were this week appointedby "outworn traditionalism," Mr. TIllS YEAR I tal murder of the child was for revenge on the proposed cut-off
that have already been written will L. T. Dyer, Union County farm Roosevelt asserted that "no partyof on her mother, Pearl Fra at Maxvllle which would shorten
; b. delivered to farmers and will agent. as a committee to administer reaction" could "meet the temper Dr. H. B. McLendon was elected I zler, who had lived for a time aa PENSIONS tho distance between Jacksonvilleand
|. be honored by the U. S. Treasurer, the distribution of Sea Island of the his I
of the people. In referenceto president Yqung: Democratic common law wife and had then Gainesville about seven and a \
but no other checks will be Issued. cotton seed, which the government his New Deal program, several ,Club of Bradford County at left him for another man. I half miles.
{ The contract work has meant will furnish farmers of this coun-I held I Pi'AN: While
part. of which have recently a meeting In the Woman's The body of the child was fount TOWNSEND SEEMSTO Starke Is Interested In
I f much to( farmers In this county, ty for planting this spring been declared! unconstitutional by Club Immediately following the .. In a pine thicket, a few miles southof FILL TilE HILL, both projects and would benefit t
_the agent says as well as to oth- seed will be stored In the S. Dinner from
The the Supreme Court, the President Jackson-Day Wednesday here, with Its neck almost severed THEY SAY both It would receive more
Jers throughout the nation in benefit R. Johns warehouse from where H. C. Is the direct benefit
closed his address with! the state night. waU retiring by a pocket knife and several from the completionof
payments and has resulted In they will be distributed, and It is ment: "We will not retreat." president who has Beaded the club tab wounds. In other parts. Several county officials, unanimously the missing Upk, In Road 13.
[ Increased prices for farm com believed that they wilt not coat Principal speaker at the local since its organization here a year! Into the small gray room that in favor of old age pensions and would like to see this job finished

modities. In this county growers more than $2.50 per bushel, IncludIng dinner was L. F. Chapman, superintendent ago In December. houses the state's electric chair, addressed the hundreds of first.Charley .
[ have received approximately 95,000 transportation.Mr. of the Florida State J. B. Alexander was chosen first Green walked unaided members who filled the court roomto Johns-J. M. Mitchell, A.
given condolence
: in AAA payments during 1635, he Dyer says that no seed will Prison Farm, who drew a brief vice-president; Mr. Wall second I I by the negro prison chaplain capacity at the regular meeting A. Durden and 1C. C. Wall were> ,

said.The be available for a farmer unless he historical sketch .of Democratic vice-president; E. L. Matthews and accompanied by two of the Townsend Club here Mon appointed Monday as a committee i

Supreme Court decision, has previously filed an order. The : principles through the ages and was re-elected secretary; and T. 'guards. All of the way he retained day night. Informal talks were from the Business Men's Club to
S which waa six to three against the Union County agent Is compiling closed his address with the state- Frank Landrum was elected ser- his calm, until seated In the the feature of the evening, there contact Interested persons In oth.

AAA stated that the program was these orders, and all farmers who ment that American people need geantatarms.Dr. 'I chair, where he nervously fumbled being no out-of-town speakers er towns that would benefit from

an "invasion! of states rights" and wish to get in OP the cotton plantIng never fear oppression as long as McLendon appointed a large with the large wooden arms, and present on this occasion. the Baldwin-Yulee road and or. ,
that its taxes were beyond the proposition should file an or- our Constitution remains intact. membership committee from various finally regained his composure by Tax Collector C. A. Knight told ganise a delegation to meet with, I
"general welfare" clause of the der with Mr. Dyer within the next Mr. Chapman was Introduced to parts of thecounty whose dutyIt stnoktnsr a clrarette. the gathering that the Townaend the road department January 27. :
Constitution on which the government -I few days. his audience by Judge A. Z..'Adkins. -I will be to see that attendance Plan was In harmony with an Idea It t U believed that Interests In
relied. Starke jurist who has long Is increased at the next meeting Just before the prison electrician he had had for Gainesville also favor the
many years, that
Each farmer seed, will
_...__. obtaining placed tha black cap over
-- of the club.
I been prominent in Democratic polItics of Road 13 before the
S It is expecteu mat r..luell be required to lip'an agreementnot his face he in some provision should be made to
Roosevelt will ask new taxes of ( an AAA contract)' agreeing in Florida. He commended the The following members paid spoke an even tone: care for the needs of elderly people Maxvllle cut-off and no doubt that
"All of white
folks there
!r' Congress to take the place of pro- among other things not to grow great work that Is being; done by their dues for the present year: H. you out who had no money with which city will join the Business Mona
cesaing taxes In order to pay contractors this cotton within one mile of any Rooeevelt and praised the Presi- C. Wall, Carl Johns N. F. Cull- looking at me, I'm ,Just another t to purchase the things necessary Club here in sending a delegation
dent for In of ford, A. J. Thomas, E. E. poor nigger going down, but goingla to Tallahassee.The .
who have already signed other cotton; to have it ginned at carrying on spite I Burney, the of Jesus.'* for life and some degree of happiness -
up lor thetwrrent year the Government, constant danger to his health. H. V. Saxon. C. L.Stochwell Paul name i proposed Baldwin Yulee
a gin specified by
S. The large auditorium, scene of Canova, J. B. lexaftdet'. N. D. long black mask was pulled road would cut ten miles from
The AAA was approved May 12 where the seed will be kept pure; 'over his face,'a full second of ilIcnee A. J. Thomas,. clerk of the clr- ,
1933, to carry 'out the policy of and to surrender all seed at the the dinner, presented a brilliant Walnwrlght Jr., Mrs. N. DV Wain- and then the indescribablesound cult court, said that even as a boy distance between the West Coast
promoting national recovery by gin to the Government for sale and contrast in colors, with three long wright, Jr., J. O. Godwin, C. A. of the he hud been considerably worriedas through Starke, and South Geor-
restoring as rapidly as was feasible distribution.The table stretching the length of the Knight, Dr. H. B. McLendon, Char- switch electricity as to how the aged poor should! gin and population centers of the
was thrown and : volts
the purchasing power of the room and covered In white; green ley E. Johns, W. H. Hart, L. L. 2,900 be taken care of, and wall constantly Eastern coast of the United
only reason for this agreement Conner E. L. Matthews Dr. J. W. raced through the taut body. He t
American farmers to the level It fern along the center of the ta- making plans to assist States.
and for the handling of the was pronounced dead at 9:24: four
occupied In the five years precedIn seed this way Mr. Dyer says, Is bles and red candles In silver can-- Brownlee. minutes later. them. After studying the Town. Jacksonville city commissioners
delabra completed the picture. + send Plan, he found that It seem this
the World War. are fighting project because
to the seed It is all In
keep pure. \\
A of relief the
The speaker's table, at which sigh came over ed to fill his Ideals along this line, they believe It would divert traffic .
+ the farmers' favor, and a great effort STOCK MEN I small of
officers of the Young DemocraticClub group men required by Mr. Thomas said. off the Atlantic Coastal highway
Is being made to assist the law to witness electrocution.A .
FIREMENMAY with and their ladies also sat, was TO MEET the Sheriff W. J. Epperson stated and the Waycroas highway
farmers to make good this
and back few minutes later two negro In- that he too had been worried from
RESIGNUNLESS placed on the stage was by away Jacksonville. It was
cotton, the agent concluded. ,
edby tall palm fronds and a huge SHEELEY WILL ADDRESS I, mates came to claim the body."That's the number of people In our coun- stated by one commissioner that t

9 SALARY DE- + picture of President Roosevelt.The GATHERING AT COURT just fine boss," Green ty who were getting well along in If this strip of road were com--

MANDS ARE MET APPOINTMENTSMADE blessing was said by the HOUSE SATURDAYA <<< had remarked when Sheriff W J. years and had not sufficient Income pie ted. Jacksonville would become

BY COUNCIL '" Rev. L. O. Sheffield, of the State Epperson read the death warrantto to provide themselves and nothing but a "by-pass' and would
Farm found meeting of the Bradford- him early Tuesday morning. with food and cloth- lose
soon after the guests dependents thousands of dollars In tourist.
Wednesday' January 22 Is the their places at the table. Immediately Union Livestock Association, has Although within his right Sheriff Ing. He said that at first sight trade annually.
deadline.Be BY COMMISSIONERSAT afterward Mrs. A. Z. Ad- been called by Charley K* Johns, Epperson did not pull the the Townsend Plan did not please The State Road Department baa

careful not to have a fire MONDAY kins led In singing one stanza of president, for 2 o'clock Saturday switch that sent Green to his him, but that after studying the had both road Improvements under

after that date or you might haveto MEETING "The Star Spangled Banner." afternoon at the court house.' death. matter carefully he was fully satsfled consideration for some time r-rand

call In the neighbors to help Floyd Green was reappointeJ Dr. H. B. McLendon, who had Dr. W J. Sheeley, director of that it was the very thing Is expected to Include fund '

S put it out* That la, unless differ- county prosecuting attorney, and charge of arranging the programfor animal husbandry 'at the experi- NOT MANY needed to care for the poor peopleof for the completion of both one or i
ment station in Gainesville and
ences of opinion on the matter of Dr. W. B. Parks, county physician the dinner, acted as master- W G. Bruce, state of our country regardless of their. one of the two at the budget meet.
salaries are adjusted before then for the coming year at the Monday of-ceremonles and thanked by supervisor STRAWBERRIESTHREE age. Ing this month. I
by the City Council and members meeting of the Board of County name all persona who played any the screw worm eradication program Supt. A. J. Griffls, an enthusiastic _____*aV.>kMH H HW e I
()f the fire department.A I Commissioners. Ernest Bird was part In making the evening a suc will give talks that are expected I. MORE WEEK MUST supporter of the plan, made a LABOR
I to promote better stock PASS BEFORE BIO speech of endorsement that met QUOTA
for the department again employed as Janitor
raising In this section.A SHIPMENTS START
of the
with the
appeared before Mayor W. appointees will serve at the sam-s the few minutes between Mr. similar meeting which was noisy approval UNFILLED ,

E. Middleton Tuesday and stated i salaries and fees as last year. Chapman's speech and before the scheduled for Saturday December Three more weeks of grace are Townsendltea.
Also heard during the eveningwere MORE MEN ORDERED TOCANAL.
that he had authority to tender I W. J._Goodge requested addi- radios were turned on to hear the i 21, was called off because Mr. given growers here before strawberries C. C. Butler, former legiala- THAN CAN
resignation tu the entire de- tional assistance for Colonel Crosby President, Dr. McLeneon turned I Sheeley and Mr. Bruce were not start ripening; In large
toe: and E. W. Hayes, former county BE SENT
parment effeeU..January 22 un- of Sampson City, who 1. now the proceedings over to Nat'Sterabergv .able to- attend at that time. enough quantities to make any considerable : tax Both spoke high-

leas certain demand as to salary getting $* per month. the requestwas always a popular entertain A meeting- Bradford County shipment,; It was estimated ly favorably assessor of the proposed oldal' Eleven men were sent Monday-
increase weremet by the council.Tha denied because of Insufficient er, who ran true to form through farmers who are interested In a this week. Unusually warm I pensions. from the WPA office her to ,,

council recently put firemen funds. several songs and Joke Miss cucumber: deal will be held at the, temperatures and occasional showers More than forty new members Ocala, where they will be employed .

back oo the bailS of $2 per fire The names of Mrs. H. H. Par. Scootle Andrews, with Mr. Stern- court house at 3 o'clock the same will do their part toward speedIng I were taken Into the organization on the cross-state canal. They

after trying out a flat $2 per menter and Mrs. Seleta Colemanwere berg, sang two popular 'Bongs. afternoon. I things up however. at this meeting and the total membership were: R. L. Batten Earl Parmener. ,
while. But the department Their encore, "The Music Goes Plant City had two cars out last I Thomas.Egbert I
month for a stricken from the pauper roll. -. S of the club Is now aproachlng E. J. Starling, Miller .
I 'Round and 'Round," was particularly Friday. three and three
thinks that while business W. T. Turner of New River was Saturday > 600 Broughton Coleman Bees
Isn't so bad In the winter allowed $5 from the Pauper Fund, well received. They were accompanied Police Salaries liaised Monday, according to reports from I persons.SCHOOL+ Wilfred Dinkins Burke Ellington,
things are pretty dull during the :and Mrs.' Mary Fowler's allowancewas at the piano by Mrs. H. The City-Council Tuesday night there. Prices are said to have S Andrew Starling. Frank Stearns

I summer months and the members raised to $3.50 per month. C. Brown. I raised the salaries of the day marshal ranged from 13c to 17e per pint. I WILL BE and Elbert Lowe.

feel that $3 per month straight Applications of Buddy Prevatt, The price charged for the dinner and the bight marshal each OUT OF DEBTBY E. C. Long, local work director.,
,\, alary Is nothing more than fair. and C. S. Griffls of Lawtey for here was $1.73: per plate of which $3 per month. The day man now Tag Deadline NearTax says that a quota of forty men ...
. "l'he"U'be willing to throw in oneS pauper allowance was laid over $1 will be forwarded to the Democratic receives $90 per month, and the JUNE. GRIFFtS loted to this county, and suppoad -

i practice a week with no extra until next regular: _!':meeting! and : National Committee to_be night officer $73. The motion to Collector C. A. Knight called THINKS-.:MORIS to leave here today, Is itlll partially -
{ charge the firemen say. application ot sam wicnois was re- used In the campaign fund, ana 73c raise salaries was made by Councilman tag sales "brisk" here this STATE FUNDS unfilled. Those already
! No one knows exactly how the fused.A was the price of the dinner. N. D. Wainwright Jr. A week, and wan preparing for the 1 signed to go are: Raymond Crews

matter will turn out. Firemen representative of the Brad previous motion by Mr. Wainwright big rush which will inevitably comea Bradford County's share of the W. C. Loper. John Williams. Ike

I nave a determined look on their ford County Health Council requested (Continued On Page Eight) for a higher raise was lost few days before the deadline 75O.OOO fund allotted by the state'Walker, A. H. Kelsey Harry

faces, and councilmen have been (3 per month from the + for want of a second. Wednesday, January 15. He Is to the sixty-seven counties this Strohfeldt, Monroe Addison, Charlie .-

I .,known to be hardboiled at times, CUnla Fund to be used in defraying Full School Term .----- confident that there will be no extension week was $3.023.32 Supt. A. J. Milliard, John Surrency W. E.
of time for purchasing automobile Crlffla said yesterday. Wilson Arch Lee
Prevatt. Carter.
tl compromise
>> Possibly some 'the traveling expenses of the
may be reached at the council County Nurse. The request was TAMPA-The information that English Visits Starke licenses this year Governor Sholta said that a Joe Starling, Arthur Randolph.
meeting Tuesday January 21. denied.A r virtually all counties\ are planning J. Colin English superintendent -.- larger allotment could be expected Charlie Davis. Clyde Grlffts. Russell
;Watch this paper for future devel- I full term, operation of schools this of publlo- Instruction- In Marion Tax Blanks Mailed January 20, five days after the ReddIng John L. Ga. klna. Er-
opments. representative of the Library :year has been received by B. L. County, was greeting old friends deadline for purchasing 1936 auto nie Newsom. Luther Clark. Herman .
... + Committee of the Woman's Club 'Robinson chairman of the con- and making new acquaintances) In Income tax return blanks have mobile license tags. All tag money Lee Vaaco Underbill J. W.
additional for expenses been mailed by the Collector of In-
requested an (15 educational council of the
tinuing Starke Tuesday night. He baa announce goes to the schools Smith and Elzle Griffls.
Program Slowed DownA making a total of $25 donated Florida Education Association. I that he will be a candi- ternal Revenue to all persons who Mr. Griffia Is very optimistic Others will likely be added before

"breathing spell" seems to to that cause $10 having Robinson said school officials who date for State Superintendent of filed returns last year. These over the school situation at this the men leave, but It I Is doubt
have been decreed for the WPA Been donated December 5. The attended the FEA convention at. schools. lucky, or unlucky people-dependIng time and expects the system hereto ful if the quota will be completely

and no new projects have been approved request was denied.N. Orlando accepted Governor Sholtz!! I. ----+- upon your point or view-have be out of debt by June, althoughmore tilled. S.
for statement that the schools will until midnight March IS: in which ___ .
far work In:' Bradford T. Green was employed receive money will probably! have to -- -
County during recent weeks E. C. one month to make the proper dlsrlbutlon 19,000,000 from the state, Charleston Pastor Here to return. the paper properly filled be borrowed at-that time for operation -

Long. works director, said" yesterday : of oil of tar and. benzol and perhaps 110,800,000, as a. defInite Dr. ,Vance Havntr of Charleston out. next year. New Store Manager

Work continues on the In the county for $23. promise and are making 8. C.. pastor of one of the + : A-, -5--- I C. R. Cobb. of Palatka became
sewage 'line, Alligator Creek and The drawing of names for the plans accordingly. oldest aDd most historical Baptist Increment or growth of forest Church manager of the local A. ft P. store
the court house, addition. About Circuit Court Jury Box was postponed + churches In the South, will speak trees In the South totals 4.8 billion Episcopal this week as successor to Nathan
.200 men are being' used and only until January 9. when the French boxers, before engagingin at the Mission Hall Saturday cubic feet yer year. This. is Sercles will be held at the EpU- Prevatt. who has served In that

about $:SOOO 'remains at the disposal -I Board will meet for that purpose. a bout in their native land. night January 11 at 7:80: o'clock.: fifty-four per cent of the total annual copal Church Sunday morning at capacity for about two years. Mr.'
of the organization here, it Notary Public Bond of. H. M. used to kiss Instead of shake A cordlar'welcome la< extended by forest Increment la the United 11 o'clock with the Rev, Fred Prevatt will be transferred to an-
U laid. Rlcharde was approved. hands. all 'attend. I I States. Y rke., of Gainesville, In charge. other city as yet unannounced.

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"I": RISING BOOTSEY'S BEACH 'I I! while the master of the house and ot and NFl'% ot 1iI"14- and, 8E.: R... ur or Nbi:<1',)

,,*, :i l' )1111. Edna Lewl", Correspondent L. Ga.kin*, Correspondent .LL ODD --- BUT TRUE i I I his family wait on them on Christmas '\'Section\ of Section 10. and 11.W >>all> of In NW.4 Tow"... ')
hip 6, South "
eve.NOTICH. Range :it Kant.
I. ; Mr. and Mrs. freeman Crosby Mills Thetma Qaaklna and Misses I-) er with its tenements, her"I"tug' t/./I'.'.

of Jacksonville spent Sunday aa Audrey and Mildred Normanof Or IItAIJITIEK' MALE! ments and appurtenance: '
!J i., (! the guests of Mr. and Mr. Bob Gum Branch, spent Sunday al t Notice I III hereby given that under requ you red and to each ,," II ,

f I' .' HaUlop.Mr. Starke with Miss Garnetta Hub, final and decree by virtue of foreclosure of that certain mnde aW Complaint ..appear filed'I ,,"Id>

and Mrs. Owen Wiles and (LkVWEPSAL I.ANtJlJAJr! and rendered on the SSth day of December you I). 1138.on at the the 3rd day of Feb"uar '".'I\
t. .i '' bard.Mr. A. D. lY36. by Honorable A. office of the clerk ,.
,, Helton Crawford of Jacksonville r saiti court at ,
and Mra. Will Andrews 01
Z. Adkln. judge of the Circuit eomrehoue
I'It ark... I.
... aprnt Sunday as the guests of Mr. New River. "pent, Thursday herewith t 'ourt In and for Bradford county, otherwIse Bradford the County Jl'lur'da'

IU' and Mrs. Zary Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Reddish, 'Vj FlorIja In that certain cause therein of Complain. Mfftt taken of the \alii 1 1fe
pending wherein F. F. Flume I is Hd a8 .
.' Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Conner and and were accompanied home byMrs. I compMilnant and L.UIA, Duhart If that this by I%you.tlce be IT publlihed JJID:L";

i children of Hellbronn Springs, Reddish who expects I Ingle or Lube Mackfanlon. If married a
Mary '- "
Caesar Mackfanalon T, P. Du RSt&'cs ffiKJanuary
I 0 41A, were visiting Mr. and Mrs Clarna to epend some time there. //j : hart are d :,
1 ( Hutchison Sunday afternoon. Mrs. J. L. Gasklns spent Sundayat .o signed a.* ; :. r"tai.h. : Nrd'ii, r nUI%ratdford qualIfied County newspaper: Florida blt a
? for cash to the highest and bet 'rj I
'it r Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby and Gum Branch with Mrs.! J. N. I -te 1 I bidder at the South door of the'couit A.2nd J. 1936.THOSTA8.

:bh children spent Sunday as the Norman. ), .-.J house Florida In' on Starke Monday Flradford the Cleric of Circuit Court

I Jll guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Sullivan Clyde Starling, and Moncey? ?V f :: ltYd... of February: A. D. 1936, Stat County. of of Florida.Eramiford
during the legal hour of sale for
1 of Theressa.
P : II 0 i. .: ....ellS18: awL.411 Up 01 vronson. the cross-state canal near Ocala, ;: : T decree, the following described

\ : spent the past week-end with Mr. spent the week-end here with their I lands, lying and TO-WIT helng In Bradford ; NOTU'F -
I and Mra. E. C. Lewis county Florida. :
1,3 IS
families. Mrs. Starling accompanied Lot. Three ((3) and Four (4) In IfICHEUY OIVFI/:/
T hy virtue of Thai.
j, >3H Allan Dorothy Crosby who has her husband bock to Ocala A BOOKTHE ) / E DAT WILL COME WENT block Thirty four (34) In Liv.IngeionTruby the Circuit Court execution I..u..d out 0'

I,. r been spending a week in Jacksonville where she expects to make her TEN CENTS E WORLD WILL CONVERSE and Company'eub.diViiofl Florida pursuant. to of fln..1 Union C'oun'r'
of Northeant Jllrillmohl
0; I with relatives returned to TIME WILL COME WUEN THE I quarterof rendered In said Court
; home. I IN ONE LANGUAGE AN Northeast quarter of Hectlon day of June A. D./ on .1 hit'
j B her home Saturday. WORLDS FINEST UTEPATUPE WILL BE I Twenty-eight (28)). Township Six ed In Minute Book 1935. and record.
Donald Green of Sanderson INTERNATIONAL DIALECT rwrAJLABLE 1. at page
Two a21
((0) South Kange Twenty '
Bald ''
t. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conner of spent a few days here last week / AT 10 CENTS A COP/ I WILL BE TAUGHT IN CONJUNCTION (22)) east. June.Court.A. D. 1936.and on recorded the 13th da, ...r'
\r :.fHeilbronn| spent the past week-end ..1 T. F. LANDttUM.: judgment hook 3. In tnr: /11/!'>
I, alt with Mrs. Beulah Kelly. visiting friends. WITH THE: MOTWERTCNGUE.'ARTIST'5 I Special Master of the public record page of 103 1 Br and, 1lj(
c Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall and : A. R. Crews, solicitor County Florida for ?? '
a|| Robert Ward Is spending; several for complainant. (leneral the Trocov: i'1
4 "i". the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jack ton Monday after living In our SUBSTITUTE FOR GASOLINE/ ,', Kloiid.H. and H. Austin amid| ,?"t.
Ward. community for the past year. We PTIST5 WILL TAKE MASTKII'H !SVLKNOTICR of the sum' of 1284 '
t' r- ages together with 39.85 co./,1/ ?
Spencer Crawford who has been miss them very much and wish 'MEIP PUCE IN THE il and by In virtue hereby of a grlven Final that Decree under County undersigned, Florida ha"lev"'d Rr.,,ilhj*

rptntllngr two weeks In Jacksonville them success in their new home. INDUSTRIAL WORLD. of Foreclosure mad and renderedby cutloi upon the, dS'' 2,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crawfordand the Honorable H. I* Hebrlnsr lot. following ,.Ih.(( "
; with relatives returned to his .q TUEY WILL Judge of the Circuit Court of the 8th lying piece being., parcel or tract ,o j 'land
I : lome Sunday.Mr. biiby of Woodlawn recently Judicial Circuit of Florid* In and ford &uuntv and situate In ''ir">'
moved here In the house vacatedby ASOL1N for Bradford County. In Chancery ; to-wlt!
and J. l
Mrs. R. of
2 Kelly spent TLW OUR 1IERO4ANDJW I dated December 83rd. 1535 ,In that SHTVeofS? the V'.j' "f Ita
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall. \ 34. Tw" .; ,
: Caturday visiting In Jacksonville. certain cause therein Iiitely pendInir flgnt.
i"' 2IENCE IN TUE FUTURE ; 21 itr, Containing 10<> .
COMES IN BUILDINGS between The Federal acr.
Elder and 1>Irs. C. A. Crosby of Raymond Dicks of Lake Butler, Land Dank or m"rc
.,: Brooker were business visitors in is spending two weeks here with IN FACT ALL OBJECT WILL GIVE US A FUEL.SMALLEB : of Columbia. single Plain tiff Defendant( and GertieKrownlnir. theUndersigned Lot S. Section 17 'rwp *
1L Ralll' 22 Rest. ........ ....
ollLt "f.. w...
.: this section Monday. his aunt, Mrs. Dora Crawford. THAT WE COME IM IN BULK, BUT GREATER I IM) an Special, who was Master therein In Chancery appointed Containing 10 acres- ---- -morn""U''WII,or I Ie..

, Miss Evelyn Crosby of Brocher Wlllard Gaskins returned to the N1ACT WITH WILL POWER TO SUPERCEDE: to execute the Paine, will on Sec.Lot IB 16 Ac NIX B of 17 of \Vo,, Ho.
and Mra. J. R. Kelly were BE MADE P1XASINS I Monday the 3rd day of February, K. 22 1*, U .mnrea
visiting home of his sinter, Mrs. Phillip GASOLINE. 19.16. during the legal bourn of Hale LDt.6 In \Woodlawn dec. 1 IK Tp,

j f" :, Miss Edna Lewis Wednesday aft Sullivan of Jacksonville last TO TWE EYE THAIIIII I. A47v .before the Court House door In B les Ho.*. It. 22 12. 10 acres more or

(. ernoon. I after the holidays _,.__.oJ..4IAIP Starke, Florida, Hell to the highest together with all
Monday, spending the
. ., ;l'' _._ __ .. and beat bidder for cash the following hereditament. and tenement
-" here with his Mrs. described lands, appurtenunc,,.;
mother i
j situate ly-
F : : bI.AR> REABfJ?- ing and being In Bradford belonging' or In anynin
Ir. 1'l' :-- Jean Gaskins. Willard is at pres- TMIM* lb 5CND AM ITS ro >ILee Florida to-wit: County, appertaining; and will on tin HuK \:
r" & 10 MC C THIS PeR. Day In February A. D. 1936 to. .
ent attending high school in Jack- > -ult
'''I' The SWV4 of the NWW of ther'W February Vrd A. I>. 1936, l between
I {; sonville. a A :j %. and the NH, of the NWi of the legal I hour of 1111.10. befon

.I t, i iH -. ._. ._ ._ a-v -w* the SVV/4 of t the NWW.\ and the front door of the County rur, ,the|
We --
j I, : are sorry to report Matthew - W'Xr' of the HK'-i' of the NWW of House offer ald property foi -.tI.
l' Crawford on the sick list. Mr. the NW 4., and the NH of the NI2Vt at public I outcry, and will malt! *
I >
of the 8VV 4 of the NWl*. and the same to the highest and best .\\I: ,
( l
1! 'iI''i-' Crawford has made his home here BROOKER BOA DRAIN LAWTEY 8'Xj'{ of the NWH of the SWVi of I or bidder. for eaa", to *uUnf' .iM\1
with his son. R. N Crawford for the N\vy,, of Hecllon 2K. Townxhlp execution.Given .
\, ,' I the past several We wish Mix* Veru Oulney. Correspondent Mrs. Z. Z. Griffin, CorrespondentLynn O. J. Phillip. Correspondent B Kouth, Rang 23 East and containing under my hand In Ibm > .*
years. '"" 30 acreM more or Ie.... of Starke Bradford County, Flni1;.
1 him a speedy recovery. Harris ; t Green Cove Council MeetingThe with the appurtenance. Sntrt sale this 20th day of December, \ I I'

Mr. and II. P. Gainey spent last week- Springs Mr. and Mrs. Council of the City of Law to he made pursuant to aid Decree 1935.
Mrs. Ralph Crawford was visiting W. J.
to the and
end In Plant City as of his satisfy name "o"ta.
and baby of Jacksonville were guest Arnold Gtiffia last Wednesday. tey met in regular session Monday t). K. I'KHBYMAN, I Sheriff' Bradford Count-
Ij his brother K. S. Galney. He was accompanied Callle Herding of evening and the following officers An Special Mauler In Chancery. I Florida.
visiting grandfather M. Crawford Hampton. was 13-27-5t-l-34.
j: t and his uncle, R. N. Crawfordlast 0 by Elder W. M. Mo .dy visiting Misses Melba and Mae were sworn into office: Mayor 12.2751124.CLERK'S.._"__._"__ ____."n... A ANOTJC'FJ

I I of LaCrcsse and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Prevatt lasUXbursday and Geo. F. Young, Councilmen, J. L. ItKPOK't'Stnrke lt.is'CEZI's" '" I\LI! :
night. Friday
Friday I...
Asbell of Trenton. While there ;! Fla., January 1st., lOIS hereby given that ''II
l Misses Audrey and Mildred Norman The Rev. F. M. Garrett held Harrell. M. B. Plummer Clerk O. Report of the Clerk of the Circuit dec and by virtue of a Final l>errei
,I l' 0 they attended church services at Court In and for Bradford County of Foreclosure made and i...ml.> ,id
of Gum Branch services at the home of Joe Grlffis J. Phillips. The city clerk reported -
visiting bv the Honorable
.. Mt. H. L. ,
; Enon Church near Plant City. Florida on account of taxes R" eH Henrlng
11I ;7 here Sunday afternoon. last Sunday.Mr. to the council that during the edfortheye Jtidice of the Circuit Court of thi,
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Register and rcm5.Kv ', 8th Judicial Circuit of Florida. ,>,
I the of had
I past city
-- -- year
children who have been spendinga and Mrs. Leon Griffis and Tax collector I and for Bradford County. In (Chan'
\ paid over five hundred dollars in cry, dated December 33 I'd. 19'lf: in.
HAMPTON while here of son were visiting Mr. and Mrs. 10.1. till \I>FOIID COIATV i "
as her sister
guests that certain cause therein. Intel
due debts and had
past operated
Alia and brother-in-law Mr. and Pete Griffis last Sunday. Count Proper I pending between The Federal Uinil. ,
I Adf Ittmmo. Co-respondent .
without going into debt for the To nnlnnce due __ 6. 27.IU lank of Columbia ,
Mrs. E. J. Hazvn, have returned I Arnold Griffis was visiting in Fly amount collected -__ ___ 1.889.1111( H. 8hlpman, et al Plaintiff, and. K
Mrs. J. E. Adkins and daughter current year. To Balance due _, _. -____ 4,437.62 Defendants. Ih.undel.ll"nlld. <
i to their home in Apicola Ga.Mr. Jacksonville last Sunday. who wa therein ap.
Miss Grace returned Fine and ForfeitureTo pointed.
to their a* Special Master In Chan
and Mrs. Noon Mott Mrs. Myrtle Priest and daughter Italance due ._ -_____ 1.807.8f1( to ,
and eery execute the
came ]
homes here last Sunday after Lodge To Install Officers Jti'
a lIy nmoiint collected ______ 539.98
1 !Monday
I: I visit with friends and relatives In children of Rising, are now mak- Juanita, were visiting Mrs. El- Lawtey Lodge No. 189 F. &: A. To. Balance due n__ ___ ___ 1.267.88 1936. during the the ard legal day bourn of BVhiuui of, 'ali: }

I South Florida.J. e ing their home here. We wish lie Sullivan last Sunday.Mrs. M. will install their officers at the To rialunca County Itanil and Drlilge befoie the Court House do,,, II''

,, P. Summers and family are them much success in their new Edna Jones and son, Walter meeting to be held Tuesday even- By amount collected due .--'h___ -_ 2.294/1S 7683.48/ 8tarke best, Florida bidder sell for to cash the the hlghcntand tot',

': t 1'iI1 the guests of Mrs. Josephine Sullivan home. were visiting in Jacksonville ing, Jan. 21, to which all Masonsare To Ualitnce County due. School__ ___Kenerill_, ,__= 6388.80 !; Ing lowing amid: describer1 being In lands Bradford, situate" Counts; l.v

t, of Lulu. Rev. Norrls of LaCrosse held Saturday. cordially Invited. To nalanuti dUB. ___ 9.01953 Florida to-wit:
regular church services at the Misses Melba and Mae Prevatt Fly amount collected _____ 2.609.86 NKVt!: of 8E'% of BEVi, fieciHiu
'I I Miss Cleo Saxon has been Baptist Church here To Balance due _______ ___ 8339.47 22. T|>. 6 South n. 21 Last La'
Sunday.Rev. were visiting Miss Callie Herring Personals
: County Poll. No. 49 Smith kap) also '
>' dt t : spending! the holidays with her C. A. Crosby attended of Hampton, Sunday. Mrs. O. J, Philips is visiting relatives To Halance due _____. ._ 29400 SWA of North; 6 Ny'f tti't'
aunt Mrs.: Minnie By amount ___ t'f ;
p Weathersby of church services Antioch collector __ 27.00 of 8(4( 8WU Sec .
at Sunday Herman Garrett was visiting Z. in Miami this week.F. To Halance,
Tp. 6 .. .
South Florida. --h 26800 South n. 23 E. (Lot N"
B. where he is pastor. Z. Griffis Monday.Bud R. Carradlne was in Jacksonville 'I'utnl Snk-Mchoal JleRnlar 55, Na 56 an
$ k F. PATY The Hampton Junior High School Mrs. Alice Oliver and daughter, Sullivan. of Theressa visit Tuesday.Mr. To Hv Dalance amount due collected_ .. _?_..h.__.__ 8,77363 8,91024 and log In No.all 68,85 Smith ocie* Map more), or contain le,,>>-"'

opened this week. The teachers Canty of St. Augustine spent last ed Mr. and Mrs. Arch Prevatt last To Balance! due 168.81'T'o with the
f'J CANDIDATE) FOR and pupils were both to week-end here and Mrs. L. L. Conner of Tula I Mun-lrho!!; -----III--,;'aI'i. 'n 10.. mA.. _.appurtenances... .... .....". ._ ul Sold,' h_.,nail.,.,.,..
: I>E.MOCKA1Ui NOMINATION glad resume as guests of Mr. Sunday.Mrs. the Wateroak section, were visit- Flalanca due .. -------_-"- 8,186.88; to natlnfy; th--7.; ;;;;;;; .iid;j roots.:""u '

. '. .j II' FOK their work. and Mrs. B. F. Hazen. Lugena Prevatt and son ing friends here Sunday. Hy amount collected ___ 2,1118.98 I 1>:. K. PBFlllYMAKr

: :/ '!. GOVERNOR Avery Denlson who Is employedas Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Crosby and Earle visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miss Mary Lucille Torode and To Malance\t..lilow'i due .___Pennlon_- _____ 5,6.16.90 t3-27'-Special- -! Muster In Chuncer>

I I n painter in Ocala Is visiting children and Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Prevatt Sunday. To liahince due .. 003.91: J
,1\\ Hnlloltn your support to restore the friends and relatives Crosby and children who have the of Miss Beatrice Miner, who have J Hv amount collected .. __ ___- 86999 1\00..1 \'PPflr.'IOJ;
here. Ida A. Chase was guest
To Balance) duo __ .____
administration of Mtlttfl( Government been spending the holidays at ___ 633.94 FOil TAX IIKKIIlennt \
: to a b".11I l of fundamental Mr. Z. Brown and family attended been spending a while In Greens- Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis Monday. their home here, returned to their Itond A. *Kinking. llrlilge ln ere.t (, lltll No. tll:1):
boro with friends and relatives -. Funil NOTICE 1$ HER1SBY!: !: fllVEN.
Integrity.. the funeral of Mr. Brown's sister studies at the Florida State College To Balance due 18.015.211(
n That C. 8. Kelly, holder of Tax Pertlflrate
Pd. Pol. Adv. in have returned home. I fly amount collected------
South Georgia. GRAHAM for Women at Tallahassee fi,071.1ft No. 99 Issued. the 7th day af
Balance due : :
---" -- Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefootand - 13.964.07nn. : :
;'" Mr. I.. C. Smith. Correspondent Sunday. July A. D. 193O, has filed name In
children Juanita and Sara ('-.78RI'rlii' my; office and ha. made application:'
0"" Barefoot in J. L. Harrell business visItor for a tax deed to be Isaiiml. thereonHa
spent Sunday here as the guests Mrs. Reecte was our was a OF1 TUB COMMTIOV' OK 0 Id certificate embraces the following
of section Sunday. to Jacksonville Monday. The II INK OF HTAIIKK.. ot tarke., described in the
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen. FluIn the Htnte of .'.. property
" Rev. and Mrs. G. E. McGauley Mrs. J. P. Roberts has returned Work Is expected to start this rl....r. .r l>*n>lnr.. 1).". l..w.d.IBM.lOt the County Ida to-wit Clf IHouthEa..t Bradford, State of Plnr

\ and children attended church services from Miami where she has been week on Road Thirteen here as Loan and UESOI'R'i.s Quarter of North-
.' at North Pleasant Grove visiting relatives. the contractor has announced that Overdraft (Old) __. 66,413.12 9094 Fast North-VVest Quarter Except 5&acre North in

: Sunday where he Is pastor.Mr. Mrs. H. D. Surrency and Beatrice he will start as soon as he can County Judgment- and---______ _- 3,886.69 Half of South-Kant Corner: Quarter'

Byrd of Tampa, were vIsitIng his to this BondH ._____Municipal__ Section 23. Township 7 South.
I and Mrs. L. W. Shriver of move equipment place. ._.__. 89.1\00.00 Range 10 East containing 11$
One gallon Jacksonville spent Sunday here I in our section recently.Mrs. Citizens of Lawtey are urged by Securities State Treauurer depoHlted with acres more or les..
Debbie Hall and daughter for The assessment of the said property -
I, could lift a with friends. the city council to clean up their Htockholdem Reserve. l issued

Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Crosby and Miss Dorla returned to their property and streets In front of Fund -- ___ .._ .-..___' 3,00000 was under In the the said name certificate of Mr. S. E.Thlgpen. -.

: fortytonBrontosaurus children of Youkon spent Sun home at Nichols Tuesday.Mr. their places thus adding much to Banking and Houne Fixture., FurnIture 7,500.00 .
0 ? Unless Maid certificate shall be redeemed -
day here as or his and Mrs. R. R. Kinard have the looks of the city. Other Heal Estate Owned I the .
, guests parents, according to law proPerty
______ _________
I Mr. and Mrs. A. returned to their home after a Clalinx-- 34.545.68 described. therein will be ."Id
P. Crosby. and
Other IIHource *- to the highest. bidder at the courthouse
, mil* -- two weeks vacation with friends I' HORSE AND MULE SALE *-Tax ('ertl tl. door the Mondfkv Ir
on drat
1 WO ODLAWNMrs. and relatives. There will be a unenial horse and o CltMh catea an- hand______end_.. .tin. .. 705.B'> the month of Fehrtmrv.. 1DJ6. wllkltI .

I' .0 N. M. Mrs. Reecte Barefoot and Mrs. mule sale at the Central Florida from Bank (Old) 1':.."". 1,618.20 I Dated the 3rd thl day. 10th of February day: of December, 1936. ,'
Bradley. Correspondent
, .f' ., M. Surrency were visiting In Livestock Market next Oaxh on Hand and Due 1935.

"". .{ -{ W. R. Kersey-b;; returned from Brooker Sunday.J January 13 beginning at Monday noon, Lou from... In flank Settlement Trust Fund-* 119.408.00 026.11 A.Clerk J. THOMAS of Circuit' Court

, ; ; .. Brunswick Ga., after a stay with O. and Johnny Lewis of Ziff, according to J. T. Homey, manager Total .__ .___ __ I S8I.71J.33 of I'1"101'11 County. Ji'lorIiift12.18.St.110

\" his sister Mrs. Nora Bruand. were in our section Sunday. of the market. The regular Li 9 III''II&!

. 1 Mrs. Sadie Thomas of Vander- John Ward was In Waldo re sale of cattle etc. will follow Capital Stock I'ald In OlIDRIl OF Pt..C'. TIO'V' ANO
I ) hogs, Common ._-_____ ____ 15,000.00 NOTICH
111 but spent Sunday with Mr. and cently. Immediately after the horse Surplus Fund __. ____ __ 316.43 NOTICE la TO APPEAR J. KBohannan
J: Vernon Gerald and Fred Dyal Undivided Profit ([,.".. hereby given to
< Mrs. N. M. Bradley.Mr. and mule sale. According to Mr. Kjcpense and wife Daisy llohan

t and Mrs. W. R. Kersey and have returned to tbelr home after Horneya special sale days are always Paid) --and-_____Taxe_____ 1.082.74 been nan. that filed H against Bill of Complaint and each has of

; \ Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Yarbrough spending & while with friends a good time to sell any class Stockholders Statutory;! you In the Circuit you Court of ltra'I'ford

\ spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. and relatives) In Tampa.Mr. of livestock as more buyers are PepoMlt Liability( Restricted Kexerve Fund)__. 115.013.78 a.ooo.IIO In that County. Florida In Chancery
I' "f and Mra. A. A. Armestad of Bill certain cause entitled The
R. N. Crawford. always present then than any other Payable Reconstruction i Federal! LAnd Bank of Columbia,

; .J' : Mrs. Sue Thompson was visitIng Gainesville were visiting Mr. and day. The sale this past Monday THUK DKPOSITS Finance_ .Corp___. .81J28 .Plaintiff versus J. 2!*. Bohannan. 's'wife '
6s.4oa.oo ,
f;' I at the home of Mrs. W. R. Kersey Mrs. L. C. Smith Sunday. January 6. was highly satisfactory Stock Assesinent Col Daisy, to reform Bohannan et description al. I"fendants

lectedTotal ___ __.____ a
.,> j" last week. Miss Margaret Broughton was so tar as prices were Concerned -- 4000.00 Hurl forecloure a Mortgage an reformed

., c' -\ Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawfordwere visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Strick- but there still was not _____h______- ,., S64.712S1 land.covering. situate the following lying and be described

: visiting at the home of Mr. land of Heilbronn Springs over enough livestock consigned to the HTATK III1A tFOhtD OP FLORIDA., HS.: COUNTY OF I roc In Bradford County Florida& to

: and Mrs. W R. Kersey last week. the week-end. sale to satisfy all the buyers 1. <'. U Ktockwell.! Conservator of wit:"NV4 of NW14 of NW4
'J' Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crawford are -.-- present and Mr. Homey urged far- ly the above-named Hank do solemn $5. Township S South of Kange M
swear that
'I, \ ; leaving our little community and VANDERBILT mers to bring la more hogs and I I..* true to the be.t'the of above my knowledge tatement crihed East and more particularly de
.t. j : : are moving back to Bootsey'a (MIss Debris Bloodsworth Cor.) cattle to the Monday sales and to official belief, and notice I that to It I I. In: response of Section beginning OS at Northw..5trorner
report liy the South
Beach. Prices Range 22 Eat. and running
: were as follows: Comptroller of the State. of
Florida. East laIty
1 M--Russel; : 1320 feet to the So A.
I Mr. and Normanand Top No. 1, 180 to 250: lbs., 7.70 C. L. STOCK WEM. : thttnce South and parallel

SAXTON Mr. F. M. Norman. Jr., were per 100 Ibs. Conservator.OIIUKH with the Wet sine of the S. A. t.Ky. l.
'iji i .
330 feet thence West to the
lli 1 Irw.. W. A. T> l ler. Correspondent visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eugene El- Top No. 2, 150: to 180 lbs., $7.33 : f>f" VI. Mectlou line ;dividing Section S4
lis at Worthington Springs Satur per 100 Ibs. NOTICE III.ICTIOAM) and 351: thence. North 330 feet tr
: 1
''t i APPHAH\
Mrs. W. the
Swanbom and point of
'f I son day.K. Top No. 3. 130 to 150 Ibs., $6.90 NOTICK 1 IS 1 HKKCHV GIVE.>: to Also beginning.at the Sw
Sirs. commencing
.: Arthur Miss Dorothy Swanbomand T. Crews and mother Mrs.J. per 100 Ibs. 330 <>ladv Yarbrough.: a widow, of corner. of Section 2*. Township ',
O. T. Nelson ....._.North.... ..Sheridan,, .,.Itoati.. East End.
spent Sunday afternoon G. Crews. were visiting Mrs. No. .. .... -- --- South nf rtiinv tl Rn.i. and run
H4( In Lake City. Top 4, 110 to 130 Ibs., $6.70 Thomas.u..nnlly.vanla.Hoffman. and J. nlng East on the-Section' line 1920
r; Bynum Perkins at Lawtey. Sun- per 100 Ibs. Building. Pittsburgh of 620 PrIck feet: thence North 420 feet!
Mrs.r.. A. Tyler and children Pennylvanla West "m
? 0: Ji' spent Thursday with his parents day.Mrs.. F. M. Top No. 5, 50 to 110 lbs $7.25: amid Tuttle J., T.the Plckard.residence and of Charle I- feet to 1310 the feet point; thence of beginning.South
: Norman. Mrs. W. B. 100 Ibs. each' of
: THERE'S EXTRA "LIFT"IN Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Brown. per whom I I.. unknown and Allegheny Containing less. In all 23 acre more >>
Bloodsworth and and and
F. M. Norman. Top calves, J5.1O: 100 Ibs. Trust Company: a being In Sections 28
Mr. and Mrs. J. per :; corporation a* ill. Township 23
Pitman t
of Lake South of Ilange
Jr., visited Mrs F. M. administrator of the
Norman Jr., Top heifers $4.73 evtate of Wil Sost. -
100 Ibs.
; i[ : Butler were visitors here Sunday. at Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crosby's at butcher per It liam E!. Yarbrough deceaied with THEREFORE you and each ,f
: Top
H-G-15 cows, $4.20 100 principal place of .
: The Rev. W H. Ilutson per bulnen at 413 you named In this .
... t % to 20 % more Sunday In Odua. spent Corinth Saturday ntght. Iba. vanla.Federal that Street Pittsburgh: i'enncyl- i hy requIred< to Appear Notice to are the h..r"d..11111I
''I 4 Mrs. W. M. Bloodsworth and Top butcher been a of complaint. baa of Complaint so filed IIcaln..tm .
steers $5.20: filed In
100 I the
Robert per Court ..
: and
i' smooth Betty Hardenbrook.of I of on the 3rd day of February
daughter Bradford
t > Mary of Raiford. Iba. County Flor..1.. .
( power were In
Chan *.
at .
I I ? __,'- Starke, were visiting here Sun cery, agalnwt the Court House I In *)trk
visiting Mr. you and each of
and Mr W. B. Top butcher bulls $4.23: 100! In that certain you hlorlda; otherwise a Decree Pt'Conf.ssn
0 per cause therein
g Asic the Slnchlr' Dealer f day.The Bloodaworth {Thursday afternoon. Iba. ing wh..r..tlIhe. Federal Land pend Bank will be entered agaln.lAppe"
,. Rev. John Sellers, of Jacksonville of Columbia I. plaintiff and you each of you for allure tl*
held services and each of :you and alan Fay
here Tues- Louise
In 1907, 338,452: Inhabitants ofAustriaHungary Experiments with an alcoholo- Yarbrough. Mary Alice Yurbrough hJ* I" ORDERED that this Notice
t t Agent Sinclair day night. and Air. Eva Fernande published once a week for fouroonBecuyvji
Refining Company (Inc.) emigrated to the meter a* Execu
W. M. Norman of Rising wan are being conducted in Rualia. trix of the I-u"t Will and Testament week In the Bradford
FOR SINCLAIR PRQDUCTS visitor a United States. Suspected Inebriates breathe of W. }1. Yarbrough, deceased, and J ounty Telegraph a newspaper hav
1_ PHONE here Wednesday.A a* Trustee log general ,"
1511J. -I.-_--_ appointed I by and acting ire u la tlon in Bradford
t revival meeting la now upon colorless liquid which turns under said will, are defendant, county. Florid
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i are Invt ed to 1138.
an elected gage a. a first
fish and
STARKE FLORIDA game commissioner cloudy if prior lien, *uperlor -
attend gray they are under the to the Interest or lien. J. THOMAs
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j influence of alcohol. of defendant. on the followInde each Clerk Circuit Court of

xcrtlied. property situate in Itrad ford- U'OGt_flraf0.d C."Rt.r Florida..

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Bradford County High School Journal

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EDITORIALS Good Work DoneIn SCHOOL DAYS DWIG t. ----- my fevered eye- -feverivh with last

History Class -- By TheLetter night's drinking, and feel the bodyof

death out of which I try hour-

evoted to the Best Interest of Certain students- in hostory 11 Box ly to be delivered. it were enough'to
make him dash the
classes taught by Mrs. Wall won I
his- beverage to the earth and to clasp
distinction by their excellent

Student*, Patrons, and Alumnae tory projects and note books. "Sli", trees QIJTCA.I.TST Starke Fla. his teeth against It."
""t"GOHH,. i "4 Charles Lamb did not start out
_.. __ Miss Dorothy Rigdon of the Jan. 4 1936.
-- h" I So 5Ne tL 1,1'NtMe. \"'- to become a confirmed drunkard. '
EDITORIAL STAFF tenth grade class won the prize for >) rr .
Dear Editor
70oVupr.I : He too once thought that an "occasional"
the best work book and Alma This 19
W. Anderson tT
dltorinCbiefA. H'" DoNe drink would not hurt
The National Voice of Dec. 12.
Murrhee of the ninth grade won .
Jr. 6j r 5Nt'll
foR Nclz him. The of
the first prize for the same workIn 1930. carries the following edito I consequences
EditorDorothy White 'CNC Di hr.Ke '
.Society e"t
Literary Editor Marjorie Marwick her grad ({NOW MN o R IS rial: Ing are Very too truly grave to gamble vtrlta.

Joke Editor___..Hugh Walters Those who deserve honorable OeaRut6Se "Alcohol gives strength..' If so, Publicity Dept. W.C.TU.

IXklitorlal Editor _-Alice Royester mention were: Patsy Edmondaon who do athletes abstain while .
(eature Editor _-__-Marie Thede Vernie Phillips Clara Flume, Mel- .. training for a contest which requires ---

{Elementary Editor _____?_____ lie Silcox, Loryee Phillips, Lor- all their strength to win REAL(! SALK': KETIUNS

____-.r--____ Eunice Williams raine Hartman, Doris Stricklandand 'I' "Alcohol gives endurance. If Returns from the sale of Christmas
Lucian Alvarez. Seals In this
county so far
t so, who do employers always require -
EDITORIALThe The best projects presentedwere I ) absolute abstinence from have totalled $33.26 with a number

world forward by Eddy Hartman, Margaret' 1 "I those who are engaged In long and of regular subscribers yet to
moves ever Hair, Elaine Edwards, Dorothy difficult tasks? be heard from, according: to Mr!!.
[ forward not backward. Every J. M. Alvarez local chairman. She
Rigdon Mellie Silcox and Junior
day new pinnacles higher peaks, "Alcohol gives heat. If so It Is
[ Adkins. 06 says never too late to pay for
[ greater goals broader prospectlves why do travelers in the Arctic and the seals sent out at Thanksgiving

are attained in science, learning, PROFESSORS NITWIT ) Antarctic regions abstain from It? time, and urges those who have
"Alcohol steadies the If
and civilization.Let nerves.
; AND KNOW KNOT not yet attended to this matterto
us, at the beginning of this so' who do marksmen, surgeons, do so as soon as possible.
-- de and other men whose. living depends
| glorious new year sweep forward
"Distributors Of Knowledge"Dear -.---- -
and onward too. Let us not look upon a keen eye steadyhand
Professors: In my Detec- let alcohol severely alone This country has had nine different
back at the little mistakes, the tive exams the other day, the following -
"Alcohol sustains health. If so, capitals: York, Lancaster.
[ little failures that we have made,
asked. "As-
question was why do Insurance companies Germantown and Philadelphia In
I they are past, they are gone and :
sume that you are accosted by a chnrge a lower rate to total ab Pensylvanla; Princeton and Trenton -
[ Is done is done cannot
charming young lady one stainers'"Alcohol In New Jersey; Baltimore,
change. But let us go forward, let who tells that i
evening, you a Md.; New York City nod Wash-
life. If
hands with time In his brightens so
us join
has embraced and
strange man ington, D. C.
i unfaltering march, and with new kissed her. What would you do T" why are the darkest and dirtiest

determination, and higher and I couldn't answer the question. places always those where drink
1 higher and broader standards, let What should I doTHopefully shops' are the most numerous? (neck*
us attain heights of success and And why are the worst crimes, the Colds
peaks of knowledge never before most brutal assaults, and the most
AI Carlisle.
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known to our race. terrible murders always mixed up

By A. W. A. Dear Al Kay: with drinking? Feverfirst

You should reconstruct the The Fact Is: Alcohol is a mocker day

THOUGHTS FOR TilE WEEK crime with the young lady's assis L' i promising one, thing and givIng LltumMTAnr.n'rs lIeadacM5ouore
tance. another, and whosoever is deceived In SO nunuUBAMERICA'S

We reprove faults In others Yours, by It Is not wise

which are different from our own. Nitwit and Knowknot. I, Notre Dame Bulletin quotes the
Cooperation Is spelled with two following from the pen of Charles

letters: WE.Sometimes. Dear Professors Lamb, famous English essayist:
we learn more froma How can I win the ski tourna- ;,4M COMICAL ARTI 7 "The waters have gone over me, /

man's errors than from his virtues ment next week. but out of the black depths, couldI

Yours on pins & needles, be heard I would cry to al those
Enthusiasm begets enthusiasm. Simeon Phillips. Basketball Team New Stage SceneryIs Mils. GEOKGEANNK GRIFFIS who have but set foot In the perilous -
Look up out and forward, and I flood. Could the youth to

each lend a hand. I Dear Simeon: To Play AlachuaThe Almost Paid ForThe Mrs. Georgeanne Griffis 82, whom the flavor of bin first wine A

Simply get the jump on the oth- wife of John Griffis, died at her is delicious as the opening scenesof !
NEXT WEEK er fellow, that's all. B. H. S. Basketball teams play "The Christmas Carol life, look into my desolation and 1
home northeast of town ot 2
Monday, January 13: The every obliging professors, have made their New Year's reso- ," which was presented in the be made to understand what a
Girl's Glee Club. Nitwit & Knowknot. lution: To win more games. high school auditorium on Wed- o'clock Tuesday morning. Death dreary thing It is when a man 0

Boy's Glee Club. The test of the resolution will nesday, December 17, grossed fifty came as the result of an attack of shall feel himself going down a \ e4.LGIANGER

Faculty Meeting. be made here next Tuesday after dollars, which wasn't so very paralysis.She precipice with open eyes and a
Faculty SocietyMrs.
Tuesday, January 14: noon when the boys and girls good. However, it defrayed moat was a member of the Baptist passive will; to see his destructionand

Basketball Game-here. teams meet those of Alachua at of the expense occurred by the new Church and funeral services have no power to stop it; to
Alachua vs. B. H. S. T. T. Long and Mrs. D. P. 3:30: p. m. stage sets. were held Tuesday afternoon with perceive all goodness emptied out

Wednesday, January 13: Carpenter were visiting their We now have a garden scene a the Rev. C. B Price in charge. In- lof him, and yet not be able to for-
Show sponsored by mother in Baconton, Georgia, dur- We hope a great Improvementhas kitchen scene, a parlor scene and a terment was In Crosby Lake Cem- 'get a time when It was otherwise;

Girl's Basketball Team. ing the holidays. taken place, In the team. street curtain, a five-piece stage etery. : to bear about the piteous spectacle

Thursday January 16: --+ outfit on which almost any play Besides her husband, the follow of his own self-ruin; could he seeIh.elrww..wlerM.lre \
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Gray spent Society I
Elementary Chapel. be
can presented. ing children survive: A. F. Grlffls, jjf0A
Friday, January 17 the holidays with relatives in .
Those who saw the play passed Starke; Laura Griff, Lawtey;
High school chapel: Apalachicola Vonda Inman visited Interesting very favorable comments upon it. I Mrs. Katie Underhill, Lakeland;

points in Florida during the We feel that those who missed the! R. A. Griffis, Starke; and Mrs. FM .U IK
HONOR ROLL Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Beasleywere holidays. performance missed the best playof Maggie Cason, Starke. KIDDIES
business callers in Ocala the rl..ewe. wWW V Mly
JUNIOR AND SENIOR Friday. Yt'arSKFTlULL. Pallbearers were: W E. Thorn. = ... ::1 VI TOO/

(December) Earnestlne Andrews visited in .\ -SCHEDULE ton, E. C. Priest Allen Johns J. PUCOESS IKTORMATON

TWELFTH-Johnnie Ree Con., Mrs. Bynum Perkins was a patient Lake City during the holidays. (Subjei to correction and addi- L. Peek and Dewey Williams. d% -for t.hOM cuOfiruiir from
Madeline Crews, Daisy Bell Dunn, STOMACH |>UO>!KNAI.
In St. Vlncent'a Hospital In tion) Arrangements were la charge of pIW v>uiH-i.mm TO HvrmnA -
Robert Faulkner, Audrey Hall, < + .
Jacksonville during the Christmas Walters visited his sister the DeWItt C. Jones -rooii DICa
Vonda Inman Lea Retta Jeffords, Hugh Date Opponent Place Time Company. "i ION, AII DvnrtrniA.NUtlH .
holidays. We are glad to have her I HK1MA4II: <,A1tll
Marwick Wilson in Gainesville during the Christ Tan. 14 Alachua Here 3:30: NKSN, IRAN rm/KN &ONI'ri
Marjorie May,
back with us and she will soon be rAMON. DAII BMBAI-14. ItLCKPIBMSNEt
mas holidays.Lea Jan. 24 Hawthorne Here 3:30
Sue Mott Lettie McGee : Hot coffee In thermos Instead .
restored her health.
Feb. 14 Alachua There 7:30: TO KK.UK ACIU.Art II I I
of Is carried St.
Alice Royster, Steinberg "spirits by
( tot s rmoopr at N>,--.Yr.. -
Retta Jeffords spent the fMITCIIKLL'S
Feb. 21 Melrose) There 3:30
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Bernard to atorm-bound trav-
Gullda Marie Tlllman dugs
Thede .t.tI
Ruth Tomlinson White Mr. and :Mrs. R. F. Demorest holidays with friends in Worth- Feb 23 Melrose Here 3:30: elers. Dill O SPORE I 1 1 .tI I
Dorothy ,
Elaine spent Christmas in Apopka.Mr. Ington Springs. Feb. 27-29 Tournament-Jack-
Virginia Wiggins

I .1, H. Benson attended the Grace Andreu spent the Christmas sonville.----.aMISSION I
ELEVENTH Virginia Alvarez, teacher's conference in Orlando.He holidays at Panama
City. HALL
Grace Arwood Mildred Brown, : 1 1O
Madeline Crosby, Irene Davis, was elected State President of Who was the last king of the T

Virginia Fugate, Katie Fugate, Commercial teachers. A. W. Anderson, Jr., spent Jews to rightfully reign In Jerusalem __
Christmas in Archer with rel
Day and who will occupy the
Martlle Lois Judd
i Hemingway, Mc, MIss Madeline Hazen spent. the atives. I throne when the kingdom is again ::1
Myrtice Killlngaworth, Margie I
holidays with her parents in )
Millan, Ethel Packham Oleta established? These' questions were i
, Smith Arlie Sponholtz, Ethel Brooker. Lettie McGee was In Stuart answered in the Bible study at the

Hilda during the holidays, visiting Mission Tuesday evening and
Miss Ruby Lilley spent Christmas r.l
friends and relatives. many interesting things learned I
Day with friends at Fort
TENTH: Ancil Futch, Edith concerning the throne of David
HOllingsworth, L. O. Jones, Rosi White. Katie Fugate, Dot White, and and the ones to occupy it. Rev. 3: .l I
Virginia Fugate were in Memphis 21,
i well Noegel Dorothy Rigdon, ArleTlllman Mrs. Herbert Ritch spent the Tennessee attending the Methodist Singing to the of the Cre-
Eilmondson, Carol White Willis Smith Peek, holidays with her relatives in I Young People's Conference duringthe ator was not confined strictly to the ffl I :

tl Lillian Patsy Stump. Frances Gainesville.Mr. holidays. the usual contributors at this : Scenic

meeting and a sweet little song-
\1 and Mrs. C. M. Howard Rosa Mae Rowe spent the holidays ster mingled his beautiful tones in
: Flume Sidney spent the holidays with Mrs. How in Jacksonville with relativesand the songs of praise and worship.A ff1
Griffis Lorraine Hart man, Loryee
ard's parents in Jasper. friends. i
Phillips Doris Silcox. George Sil- splendid sized congregationheard iJ

Doris Strickland Geraldine the message.A ,
cox. I
j p
Mrs. W. H. Hart spent the Callie Herring spent Christmas
i Tillman, and Irene Yarbrough. treat la In store for all who J
Christmas holidays with relativesIn Day in Jacksonville with friends. will attend a special service to be N r. ,

EIGHTH: M. Gaines Emmett Baxley Georgia. held at the Mission Hall Saturday
Perryman. Tommy Rltch. Norman Tressa Jones spent the Christ- evening January 11 at 7:30.: Dr. !
Miss Eunice Perkins spent the mas holidays In Green Cove Vance Havner of Charclston
S. C.
Royster, Arch Thomas, Jr., Jean .. ..
Davis, Lumanda Dyal Era Edwards Christmas holidays with relativesIn Springs. I pastor of one of .the oldest and 4

. Jenelle Hutchings, Mary Lakeland. : most historic Baptist Churches in A .w. ..
Eula Mae Dyal and Mildred -.
the South
Jane Judd Alice will deliver a sermon
Margaret Lowry,
Mla Lucille Edwards spent the Brown were visiting In Jackson- '
Peterson, Mae Prevatt, Melba I' on "The Present Day Message\ of _
Christmas holidays with relativesIn ville during the holiday Amos."
Rhodes. Billy Jackson, Billy
cox, Juanita Barefoot, Doris Baldwin. I Tell your friends for you will regret -
Marie and Alberta Hinson spent they missed it If do not.
Crews, Margaret Pearce, Irene you
JokesJones the holidays In Palatka. Remember the service next
Goodge, Killings- 1
worth Grace Green, Claudia Ha- -- Tuesday also: tlha promises to be
&Iartile Hemingway was visit- out of the ordinary and inspiring. 1JT1.
zen, Nettle Dowllng. : "What is the matter ,
Ing In Waycroas, Ga., Sunday. .
here T"SmlthJ

SEVENTH: Mary Stockwell, "Dude just fell into the Beatrice Moseley was visitingin

Jack Halle, L'Etta Corpenlng. water." Gainesville Saturday. f"-
Elaine Marwick Sadie Prince, and Florida Motor Lines buses travel
Jones: "Let him go he won'tdrown. i i
Louise Stern. ." I VlrvI a Alavarez speni;
Florida's Main
Streets and
Or ISf SL I Highways
Smith: "How so?" in Wal<.Jo.
Interesting Notes Jones: "There Isn't enough of 0.1,. .. .,pO'. H.. ai. views. actually SEEM bun he windows. ot Florida Motor
A GOOD MOTTO rt...... serf Lyray ? I4n.' nw ahra-modcra teMunOami. .....*. BUM and l aJoaq cease
him. f. .IIf1.. f. boras, ...... .
NOW a throaqh male qnm and woodland. and dowa tttmain .
ahead of
The tenth grade has a new pupil "Keep the game. pip sea plow. a...... lad beu] ..eds ol tho a...'. principal citlca. Only by bo*
John Kirkpatrick, from Bush- "No smoking In this room" said 1 s tam.-preh.w.dq ........ a c.. yea l.ally. see and .noy| aO Florida's ozoOa b*...,. FnquMt
nell Fla.Three I the passenger to the stove. China Is. the only country withan .. ....r..... I daparftua. fees dependable ehodolM, and your choke ol mate
B. H. S. students Dorothy agricultural production havingan rr..ra_ routoa ...... this to* most ..I078| !>Je way to .-...1.

White, Katie Fugate. and Virginia Johnnie: "Ma, you know Cole- aggregate worth greater than I COMPLETE CIRCLE TOUR OF FLORIDA. ... .S1Z3S ,:
Fugate went to the Young man's borse-How old Is It- ?" that of the United States. JACKSONVILLE-_._ 800 ST. PETERSBURG: $3.05
.People's Conference at Memphis Mother: "Five?" r

Tefn.. from Dee 27-31. Johnnie: "Five! Why I'm only UNION BUS STATION
largle McMillan visited friends six and he's fifty times bigger'n

,,ahevllle, N. C. over the holland I am!" M41dtcot c lei oawtr 3IKS. K. H SMITH. Agent
d Yd lost her suitcase on the Phone 120-VV Oppolt Court Do....

return trip! Poor Margie! Bob: "Ma. what Is a nurse?" V ksVoP

Sidney Hershfleld. one of our Mother: "Why, a lady of course' .oRI1JAMOTORIINE
33 graduates paid us a visit last Bob: "Huh! Pa called her a kitten I
Monday. Just tills morning."

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r New River AssociationW. Miss[ Ad kins'And Miss Pearce W. M. U. Circles the devotional service. Officers tary; Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, trt..surer
for the circle are as follows: Mrs. Mrs. B. M.
M. U. Holds Hostesses At Lovely Met MondayThe T. J. Griffin, assistant circle leader service; Mrs.Montgomery L. A Davis, SOcIIlJ,

siii7clrlJI' Quarterly RallyThe Tea Dance .- I Circles of the Woman's Missionary ; Miss Olive Ray, secretary; man of finance, for three monthv cnai
Mrs. Carrie Bitch, treasurer Mrs.
J Woman's Missionary Unionof One of the gayest and loveliest Union of the Baptist ; Plans were discussed for making
E. K. Perryman, pianist; Mrs.
: ; the New River Association held of holiday dances; which brought Church met Monday, January 6, at Sam Anderson, chairman of Social money to help build a new Chru
its Quarterly Rally Saturday January together many .members of the three-thirty o'clock. Service. ttan Education Building, the same
4, at the Lawtey Baptist local younger jfct:, a number of to be placed near the church Both>
One entertained -
I Church with a good attendancefrom holiday vlsltoi"aJid some of the Circle Number was The program entitled "Intangible circles will do their best to t
''Ladies' Auxiliary WilliamsJohnsonMr. ] the various churches of the young college crowd,,home for the at the home of the leader, Legacies" was conducted by finance the worthy project which help '.
Will Meet Tuesday and Mrs. George Johnsonof association.The vacation periocrffyas!( the tea dance 'Mrs. L. O. Powell, with Mrs. Etta I' the leader, who was assisted by Is so much needed for the <
','- Hawthorne meeting was opened by the given at the Woman's Club of Tlson as cohostess.Mrs. Mesdames J. F. Colley Hogan
tk '; Mrs. Mary I. Bergen a returned the of their president, Mrs. W. K. Jenkins of Starke by ,Misses Hazel Adkins Smith, Carrie Ritch, Sam Anderson dren.Miss
Announce marriage : Amelia
. ,'' at the Powell had charge of theprogram. Ray was in chargeof
will :
missionary, speak regular -
't E. K. Perryman and Titus Ol-
daughter, Ralford, and the following program I and Annie Mae P!aroe from six- the the
; ;,; 'it meeting of the Ladles' Aux- last The scripture readingwas son. Tangible legacies were exhibited program subject being
Bertie Louise, was presented: thirty to nlne. lrty o'clock "
"Intangible Legacies.
,. tb ,I lllary of the Presbyterian Church I Thursday evening" taken from the First Chapterof and a history of them given Mrs Mir
to "Welcome" Address- by President lam Kickllter, Mrs. W.
::3 ''f'' at the home of Mrs. E. M. DavisTuesday by the owners, after which Halle,
: :;01 : afternoon, January 14. Yancey S. Williams II I of Lawtey W, M. U/ Mrs. Holiday decorations were car- Luke. The regular routine of cards Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs. B M
pledge were signed.
'i,': The order of the will be reversed -
; day served Saturday January 4, 1935 Mrs. L. O. Pow- Autumn leaves, red berries poinuettlaa for the new year were made. The During the social period the hos- the program. The meeting closed
and dessert will be
I, A In Hawthorne.The ell. and other Yuletide green following were appointed to serve tesses served delicious refresh- with, signing the annual pledge
at 2:30 o'clock. a
: After song
\\8.,. and the devotional Mrs. Bergen I marriage of the young couple The devotional was) led by Mrs.T. ery were arranged in baskets on the enlistment committee: Mrs. ments. Members present were: cards and singing the grand old!

C will talk to us about the growth l was performed by the Rev. J.M. J. Terry of Lawtey. Scripture throughout tile ,.ballroom.Miss R. L. Kmp, chairman ,Mrs. J. M. Mrs. J. W White. Mrs. Sam Anderson hymn, "Faith of Our Fathers '

; '.j of our work in China. Members Sullivan, of Hawthorne, in the was taken from Psalms 100:2-4: Adding was lovely in a tea Brownlee, Mrs. J. H. Lord, and Mrs. J. F. Colley, Mrs. A. The hostesses, assisted by MM<
,, will please read the first twenty- presence of the family and a few 1031422.: gown ,of pink lace made with a Mrs. F. F. Flume Mrs. E. C. H. Green, Mrs. T J. Griffin, Mrs. J. H. Ritch, served dainty light

n U i six chapter of Jeremiah and be intimate friends. Prayer-Rev. G. E. Cutshaw, short Jacket and fashioned on sim- Priest was elected secretary and W, E. Middleton, Mrs. Titus Olson, refreshments. The circle was gill!
of the lines. This Mrs. F. F. Flume was elected Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Miss Olive to have as a visitor Mrs '
a prepared to answer the Bible quiz.. The bride attended Hawthorne pastor Lawtey Baptist ple becoming gown c i
:U: A short business session will be High School and la a popular mem- Church. was worn with a corsage of pink treasurer.At Ray, Mrs. Carrie Rltch, Mrs. Ho- Stockwell, of Randolph, Vt. !Members .

before adjournment. Dring'a bet> of the younger set. She has a The following members were I and white carnations. the end of the business session gan Smith, and Mrs. A. Wood. present: Mrs. E. S. Matthews,,

( a1 and note the change In time host of friends there who wish appointed to serve on the enroll : Miss Pearce* wore a beautiful the hostesses, assisted by Mrs. Circle Number Two was enter- Mrs. A. W Redgrave, Mrs. A z.
\ tl- the meeting. net much happiness In the future. ment committee: Mrs. T. J. Terry, dinner dress of royal blue, trans- George B. Flynn, served a refresh- tained at the home of Mrs. F. H. Adkins, Mrs. C. L. Stockwell. Mrs

i t' The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Carr, Mrs. O. A. Anderson parent velvet with full shirred ment course to the eighteen mem- Long, with Mrs. Long, Mrs. L. C. U A. Davis, Miss Amy Coburn

I '' Mi.*. T. S. Williams of Starke. Heattelded Mrs. Holmes. sleeves. A corsage of lavendar': bers present :Ray and Miss Amelia Ray as hoaesses. Mrs. A W. Anderson, Mrs. Miriam
i The source of two-thirds of theworld's "Jesus Answers I : The circle leader Mrs. Klckliter, Mrs. W G.
'' Bradford High School, Hymn- Pray- and purple carnations completed Circle Number Two-was enter- Halle,, Miss
: supply of naval stores Is in
Long, presided over a business Amelia Mrs. A.
\ and was graduated from Carlyle er. her costume.In tained at the home of Mrs. P, M. I Ray F Saul,
1 the
South. Inspirational Address-Mrs, A. session, and at this time the following -, Mrs. O. 1 Mrs a '
'j't' Military School In Bamburg, S. C., the sun parlor of the clubhouse 'Barefoot with Mrs. W. B. Alexan- > B U.

:;Y., ...- -iL.. .. _!iir \... ,.as & First Lieutenant Quartermaster M.u.Darby.. ...=''rDlra .,.'....a a Holy" which was also beautifully der, the leader, as cohostess.Mrs. 01fr. >a circle L ,*' foir officers assistant were "elect-1o.la Montgomery P' TT I.on, Mrs.Mra J.. ,...t H n... n RltchHiTwa ,
rrom J "* *CrhC A 4U4V fcV *-v ******* MJ* WI V After Die graduation J decorated with.easonal
greenery, Alexander presided dur- : : i I : :
r ; Garble be Attended South Geor- Prayer-Mrs. T. J. Terry. coco-colas were served the guests leader; Mrq. W. G. Halle secreand Mrs. C. Ray.
: ing the meeting. fha scripturewas
RITZ THEATRE This ended the morning sessionof
State'! in Ga.Mr .
gia College Donglass the meeting.The from an attractively decorated ta- taken from the 10th chapterof

STARES and Mrs. Williams will make Luke, the subject being Stew-
afternoon session ble.The
was open- Freshly Roasted t Freshly Ground!
their borne In Starke for the ladles assisting the
pres young ardship. After the scripture readIng -
ed with Your
a hymn-"Pray
I PROGRAMBEGINNING ent. Troubles hostesses in serving were: Misses Mrs W. J. Epperson led in
,, I Prayer-Mrs. W. J. Epperson. Margaret Hair, Frances Lee Peek, prayer. Officers for the new year (i\ COFFEEEIGHT
FRIDAY Edna Pearce Dot Bishop, Mar-
Miss Middleton ComplimentsTwo Inspirational report given by the were elected as follows: Secretary

J 'THURS.-FRI. JAN 0-10 Recent Brides presidents of the Lawtey, Pine garet Pearce. Mrs. B. M. Fussell; Treasurer Mrs. O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE
Grove, Raiford, and Starke societies Those invited to attend from H. L, Brownlee; Enlistment Com- 1 TI_ ).IL "Rich Full Bodied" "Mild-Mellow"!
"Hands Across The Complimenting Mrs. Donald J. Starke were: Misses Kitty Hog- mittee. Mrs. J. E. Wilson Mrs. H.

skd Miriam Jacobs, Ruth Stern- L. Brownlee, Mrs. G. H. Bennett, Lb. 17c Lb. 19cBOKAR'Jgorous'Iney'
Table" Morris, of Lake City, and Mrs. The resolution committee expressed -
berg, Rosalind Jacobs, Lillian : Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs. W. J. Ep 4ReNS9xeo
their thanks and appreciation -
Carole Lombard George J E.!: Manassa, of Starke,
Ir Fred to the Lawtey Church for th Sternberg, Marjorie Stump, Lola person, Mrs. J. H. Pitts, and Mrs.B. .
MacMurray! Mis, Hazel Middleton entertainedin Long, Lois Adklns, Hazel Middle-
hospitality shown during the meet- M. Fusselll; Personal Service HERE ECONOMY aUIES
SATURDAY JAN. 11 her home last Friday afternoon Ing. ton, Dorothy Sapp, Hope Haynes, Committee, Mrs. W. L. Wall, Mrs.J. Per Lb. 23c

"Border Brigands" with tbree tables of bridge. Playlet-by the Girl's Auxiliary Louise Snyder Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Pitts, and Mrs. J. W. Ed- .--..,,.
R. Johns, Jr., Charles Darby, Al wards WINNER ROCK: GROUND
; Publicity Chairman, Mrs.P.
of Raiford.Song"We've
r Buck Jones Autumn leaves and other sea-
a Story to Tell to Manassa, Sam Alvarez, Eugene M. Barefoot; Conveyance, Mrs.D. Lbs. 25c
8UN.-MON., JAN 12-13: sonal greenery were arranged In the Nation." Matthews Mlltbn Brownlee, Hal- L. Silcox Mrs. J., E. Wilson, GRITS 10

"In Old Kentucky"Will baskets In the rooms' where the A Talk on "Christian Fellowship" lie Jones, Joe''' Edwards, Merrill Mrs. W, B. Alexander and Mrs. L. -- .
players gathered. Struth, James Dennis, Paul Knight
Roger/ Dorothy VUlson -Mrs. J. P. Wyrick. A. Rennolds; Program Committee, FANCY BLUE ROSE-WHOLE GRAIN
At the end of the progressions Leslie Elmo Struth and
e Bill Robinson Hymn-"Beautiful Garden of Biggs Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Mrs. B.
Miss Annie Mae Pearce, holder of Prayer." 1 James Richard Wainwright. M. Fussell; Sick Committee, Mrs. RICE 5 Lbs. 25c

TUES.-WED., JAN 11-15 high score: in bridge, was presented Talk-Rev. C. E. Cutshaw Gainesville/Miss Alberta Katon, i P. M. Barefoot Mrs. J. W. Edwards .
"Music Is Magic"Alice a piece of lingerie. Mrs Mor- Vocal Duet-"Sweet Hour of Gus McGriff, Jimmy Adkina, Cur- Mrs. W. H. Perkins and -_ -- -- -

Faye Hebe Daniels ris Used Mrs. Manassa, the honor Prayer"-Grace Arwood and Hilda tis Katon, H. H. Parrish Mason 'Mrs. O. A. Andreu. It was decid- !MARY-ANN OLD FASHION

Ray Walker e were each presented a set of Wyrlck. Tlson George, Means, Marcus ed that the February meeting of:
t' : maderla napkins by the hostess as Meeting was closed with a hymn Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert H. the circle would be held at the MEAL] 10 Lbs. 19c

THURS.-FRI., JAN. 16-17 a memento of the occasion. followed by a prayer by Mrs. Wilson Black, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wood. home of Mrs. D. L. Silcox. The -

"Miss Pacific Fleet" Miss Middleton served her of Pine Grove.It Alachua: Miss Mary Ennls Ike meeting was closed with a prayer GRANULATED DIXIE CRYSTAL

Joan Blondell guests a delicious salad course at was decided that the next Fisher, Carl Lee Stringer. by Mrs. Alexander.

I'' Glenda FarreU the end of the afternoon. meeting would be held at the Pine Hawthorne: Miss Pearl Gay Bill During the social hour Mrs. SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25cPLAIN
y'tij Baker, Floyd Baker, BiUy Walts,
Those to be with Mrs. Grove Church. Barefoot and Mrs. Alexander serv- ,
CASH NITE EVERY WED Allen Moore. -- -
.] Morrl' and Mrs. Manassa were: The attendance at the meetingwas I ed a._ delicious sweet coupe with. --
-- ---- .
--- -- .
!j NESDAY. Those attending I Lawtev: Misses Marv Lucille OR SELFRISINGION.FLOUR\
Misses Annie Mae Pearce, Hazel as follows: : fruit cake, wafers and coffee, or
Iti how Tuesday are eligible for ; Ma-rie
Torode and Guilda Thede
J' prize by leaving their AdkUjS, Ruth Sternberg, Lucile Starke-nine members; Raiford tea to the fourteen ladies present.
9 I'J with cashier Tuesday Mitchell, Rosalind Jacobs, Miriam -eleven members; Pine Grove- Bill Walnwright and Richard Circle Number Three, met at the

+I Jacob Mrs. H. M.' Richard and seven "members; Lawtey-eleven Thed FI II home of Mrs. E. L. Biggs on Mon-

.,.-d., ." ,.' Mrs ,(X ,A. Knight. > members; one pastor-Lawtey. ; Raiford: Jlm ,BJtch,.Ivan Hazen. day evening. ,This being the first
J, i :- Brooker:,W.,T-W,eks. meeting of year most of the time 6bSk. 12-lb.. Sk. 24-lb.. 8k. 4S-lb. 8k.

' : l" Green.Cove Springs: John Slater was spent in getting organized.

,' "{ 1'-- Smith. The year's song was read and played 25c 47c 89c $1.75
Waldo Johnson Bass.
10 DA :
I after which devotion was held,
Misses Ellen
Keystone Heights:
S'D.c'ClrAL led by Mrs. Biggs. The watchword
and Edith Wiggins.JacksonvilleRBlll. FRESH FANCY RIPE
: for the year Is "As the Fa-
,; ; SELLING Sherrlll, Har- ther baa sent me, so have 1 sent TOMATOES 2 Pounds for 15c
.j .old Trammel. I to
Ten members
Lake City: Mrs. Donald J, Morris. pay you.their part In the Baptist Hun- ONIONS Yellow Globe 3 lbs. for lOc

ALL OUR HIGH GRADE BLANKETS dred Thousand Club The follow- 5c
Chaperones were: Mr. and Mrs. ; ing members were elected to fill LETTUCE Head

' SI-EN-TIFFICK H. C. Ritch, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. the offices for 1936: Co-leader YORK APPLES 6 Lbs. For 25c :
ANDCOMFORTS Demorest Mrs.,.A, Z. Adklns.
g Mrs. Warren Perkins; Corresponding -
SHOES ,'. Secretary-Mrs. J. D. Doyle; POTATOES Maine No. 1 10 lbs. 22c
Miss Sogaard Addresses Recording Secretary-Mrs. C. A.

..Y I, Woman's Club Knight; Chairman of Enlistment GRAPEFRUIT Fancy Florida 5c

a Committee-Mrs. One A. Wiggins;
i. Miss Joanna. jU..Sogaard, District Music Department-Mrs. R. J.
APPLES 2 Lbs. for 15c
Supervisor of Nurses and on Davis; Flower Committee-Miss
.79 Blankets __ .63 I the State Board of Health staff In Wilma Alexander; Program Chair-

I Jacksonville,'addressed the Wom- man-Mrs. H. T. Hall; Personal]
.95 Blankets ____ .77 I an's Club here Wednesday, at the Service Chairman Miss Ethel Ken-L-Ratlon 1-Ib. S-oz.Can

I regular monthly. meeting of the Moore; Mission Study Chairman DOO FOOD 8 for 25o H TURNIP GREENS 10e
l 1.10 Blankets ____ .88 club, on the subject of "Health. Mrs. C. B. Price; Sewing Depart-

Miss Sogaard, In opening her ad- ment Chairman,_ Mrs. E. W. 1-Qt. Sun-Sweet H Totirnadoea
1.59 Blankets ____ 1.27 d.elllstated. that it was always a Hayes.
for her to speak on
Meeting was closed sentence
1.95 Blankets ____ 1.57 subject of "Health" as it was one by
prayers. The February meetingwill
I In which she was vitally interest be at the home of Mrs. C. A. SALMON Pink Tall Can lOc
2.59 Blankets ____1.95 ed. She told of the work that was Knight. The following memberswere
done by the F, E. R. A. and is now SULTANA PEANUT
present: Mesdames E. W, '
2.95 Blankets ___ _2.37 being carried for the on by betterment the W P. A.pi of. Hayes, R. B. Alvarez, O. A. Wig. BUTTER 1Lb.. 15c 21-oz.. 19c
Y gins, H. T. Hall, J. D. Doyle, C. B. ANGELUS
health conditions in our commun-
t t 2.25 Comforts __ 1.80 Price, Jerry Moore, C. A. Knight
the Lb
ity and other communities by MARSHMALLOWS Bags 2 for 29c
W. B. Mundy, E. L. Biggs Misses
health nurses, which are supplied
2.79 Comforts _.- .2.23Men's us by this project and also of Edna Strickland, Amy Moore, Eth NUTLEY Oleomargarine Lb. 17c
el Moore, Wilma Alexander.
FOR LADIES the Home Hygiene classes whichare APPLES Fine Evaporated 2 Lbs. 25c
t and Boys'Wool now being taught in our public -
schools. "The rural homes are U. D. C. NoticeThe SUNNYFIELD

3.95 SHOES At --- ----_ 2.95 and LeatherLUMBERJACKS especially deriving'" benefit from W. T. Weeks chapter of U. PANCAKE FLOUR 2 For 15c
these proJects Miss Sogaard said,
"as rural women are being trained D. C. will have a Table Tea Friday CORN Ion a No. 2 Can lOc

in special training schools to care afternoon, January 17, begLinlng
4.95 SHOES At __ ___ 3.25 for the sick, who'cannot afford the at four o'clock at the Woman s I BOO & CATVICTORY
expense of a doctor or a trained Club House. The occasion Is in FOOD Each 5c 1\
honor of General Robert E. Lee,
nurse. whose PRUNES 70-80 Size Lb. 5c
Miss Sogaard was Introduced to bitrhday is Sunday, Janu-
ALL her audience by Mrs. J. E. Wilson, ary 19. The proceeds will go toward IONA

COLD chairman of health, who was in the District Scholarshipfund. PORK & BEANS Pound Can 6 for 25c
; MEN'S LADIES charge or the program.
PROOF Little Joan Carpenter, of Jack- SALT MACKEREL 3 For 25c

And CHILDREN'S sonville, favored the audience with Woodman Circle NoticeThe COMPOUND

SWEATERS WINDPROOF several reading entertaining: "It's Awful numbers.A Hard. to local grove of the Woodman LARD 2 Lbs. for '21cIONA

Be a Child." Circle will hold its regular monthly -

meeting and Installation of of- .
Song: "Animal Crackers. ---
WILL BE SOLD Tap dance ficers for the year Tuesday nightat MACARONI ORSPAGHETTI

j This concluded the program, and seven-thirty at the baU. There
REGARDLESSOF social hour was enjoyed during vill also be a practice meeting 3Pkgs.for 12c

Mach, the hostesses served hot tea Friday night. All members areur&ed
COST. with sandwiches. to attend these meetings. .
1.95 VALUES -
at 1.57 "
Hostesses were: Mesdames O. H. SUNNYFIELD '

2.95 VALUES at 2.37 Lowry, J. M. Mitchell, J. W. Mor W. M. S. Circles Hold First
gan, John Uglow, E. K. Perryman, OATS 3 Lb. Box 15c
Meeting Year
3.50 VALUES P.arren, Misses Lucile Mitch-
ENTIRE STOCK at ..2.80LADIES' sU. Annie Mae Pearce, Circles of the Woman's Mission ---- -

t 3.95 VALUES at .3.17 ----. ary Society of the Methodist PHILLIPS
__.__ _

hh' 4' : SILK DRESSES 4.95 VALUES at --- --_ ____4.07 Junior Will Meet Music Club. held Church the met first Monday meeting afternoon of the new and PEAS No. 2 Can 2 f for 15c

year, and at this time plans were _
: 5.95 VALUES at _.4.77 The January meeting of the made for a full program of work ORANDMOTIIER'8-FrNlb.- -- -
TO CLOSE OUT Junior Music! Club will be held at for the. Society. 12-0z. Plain or Sliced

3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at Mrs T. J. Griffin and sister, BREA Rolls 14-oz. 18-0s. U-oL '
the club house.It Mrs. Carrie Ritch 6c 6c 8c lOc
were co-hostess
__ __. __ __ f
ALEXANDER COMPANY urged that all members of es to Circle Number One at their 0>
the club be present for the first home on N. Cherry Street. Mrs.. A. & P. FOOD STORE

meeting of the new year. J. W. White, circle leader presided STARES FLORIDA

a N. T Ritch,1 over: the business and led In I I

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-- --- -- --- -- --- -
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r Mrs. Billy Brown, of Theresa, f fla INTERIOR OF NEW MOTOR COACHES
U visiting her alsttr, Mrs. Maggie
Edwards In Jacksonville for several

t Bits Oft days. .I.Ir .I

J. D. Griffls took over laat Mon.
day the position formerly held by

t local Ne* Gratton Company.Cooper, with Hart Furniture -

Mrs. Cora Carpenter of Newton,
PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN N. C., arrived Tuesday for a visit NEW

here with Mrs. J. H. Fields and
Mrs. Laura Powell.Mr. 4r STREAMLINED '
E :
+ ..
One Wiggins was a business visor Miss Hazel Adkins spent! the and Mrs. James A. Lewis AIRCONDITIONEDMotor
to Jacksonville Tuesday. past week-end In Hawthorne visit- spent last week-end In Apopka as '.
ing friends. the guests of Mr. Lewis's mother Coach Trains ,:/
Mrs. Llllie S. Lewis.
Scott of Gainesville,
Marcus Ha a recent guest of Paul Knight. Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely spent Come Inspect the Latestin *
Wednesday afternoon visiting In Mr. and Mrs. Bernice Johnson, I
Jacksonville.N. of Gainesville were guests Sundayof Transportation I IIMX1K
Illrs. T. C. Chastain waa visit- Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. V.o. 0. tl

relatives In Lake City recent- T. Ritch spent! tne weex-end and Mrs. A. L. Kahr.
.+ #!a Jltl 1 "t "
aaa !tOne
in Jacksonville with his cousin,
Mr. and Mrs. Doutt Jones and ,
Gloria Johns.C. .
5 Mrs. Alma Bain Is spending sev- Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonville, of the new streamlined mo- Tampa, the "streamliner" Is to be j
!tal days in Jacksonville visiting were guests Sunday of Dr. and tor coach trains being placed in placed In regular dally service on //LL
ends. A. Futch and 3. M. Slstrunk Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mrs. operation by the Seaboard AirLine convenient local schedules on that jr
were business! visitors to High Railway Company will be on line effective with Its first trips

|Miss Bobby Conley of Jackaonllle Springs Tuesday.Col. C. E. Johns, Mrs. J. B. exhibition in Starke on Thursday on Jan. 19. 1t' r
was visiting friends here Sapp, and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. January 16 between 10:10: a. m. The "streamliner" is one of the [ '
and and 11:10: a. m., It was announced that Is new In rail
day. and Mrs. D. E. Knight Mundy, Jr., spent Monday visitIng transportation.
Paul Knight were recent visitors in Jacksonville. yesterday by T. J. Griffin, local In addition to being streamlinedand .. .
5'Toby Brown, of Theresas, was a to Jacksonville. agent. nlr-conclitloned, it has extremely -
Uslness visitor to Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Marion Constantine The "streamliners" Is one of the comfortable, de luxe, Individual -
nturduy. OliN Mary Canova returned to and eon Lewis Neal, of Ther- Seaboard's fleet of new, stream type seats with arm and "
her home here Monday from a essa, were business visitors to lined, alr-condltloned motor coach headrests adding to Its comfort.
[:Mrs. E. E. Canova has as her week's tour in Cuba Jacksonville Monday. trains which have been built by Smooth riding and quietness are SHOWING
.(est Mrs. I. R. Corn, of Pasadena, I the American Car and Foundry. stellar qualities developed by the
Jlf. Mrs Corn will be rememberhere Mrs. W. L. Andrews and Mrs Misses Marlon and Helen Dowl- Company In Berwick Pa. use of roller bearings, specially Stetke Florida
as :MIss Marguerite Shrlv Smith Denmark were recent vial- Ing had as their guests for sev- After its exhibition tour is com- rubber-Insulated( springs, and L. Railway' Station, hn.16
tors to Jacksonville. eral days recently Misa AngelIne pleted between Jacksonville andMr. heavy Insulation.Mr s. A $1it0A. M..'thursd.y"
._ A.M. of al"
f Blackburn of Bartow. 10:10 Seaboard's great on
Mrs. Roger Ward, of Miami wasa and Mrs. C. R. Cobb of Pa and Mrs, J. T. Quigley were "strumUllc,," arc augmcnting bc pieced In daily service
ENT A WORfl recent guest of her parents Mr. Mr. und Mrs. Edwin Davis and latka have recently moved here In Jacksonville Sunday eveningand Three Bond,tinned trelm' Two arc In "toil to e.Jena It.rl/lu between
and Mrs. Smith Denmark.Mrs. small of Willlston and have taken local I In dally
eon are here an apartment with heard Dr William Hanghton, onl/cnlcnt, tche' ," "ow
J visiting Mrs. Davis's parents, Mr. ;Mrs. R. F. Fernandez Mr. CobbIs president of the Moody Bible Institute "'T"c Tallehassei flyc and ivitr JUllcllon.'Thc Jad"oll'llillc a"d
COLUMNOR W. H. Hart and Mrs. W. B. and Mrs. W. H. Noegel. manager of the local A. & P. of Chicago, and on Monday Jac"Ion'lllllc, doily ICIVlc.c betwctn' at 150; M.,
,, Mundy, Jr., spent Saturday afternoon store. evening they heard the Rev. Rich second tive' Jenuerv 19\-to, vttave Jecklonl/illc: at 3:30 .I
visiting in Gainesville. Mrs. W. P. Smith will have the ard Havner, of Charleston S. C. lamps { 1:20 P. Mrarrivinir
RENT: Furnished apartment meeting of the Woman's Chrlstan Jacklolll/illc P. M.
9.00 .
Mrs. A. A. Brown had her Tempe
bath A. as '
r* with private F. Mrs Will Godwin and Mrs. M. Temperance Union on Friday at The U. S. .
,J3cott, Phone 54, Starke, Fla. Itp Talley. of Lawtey, were visiting the usual hour 3 p. m. guests recently her mother Mrs. handfes poatofflce department
R. H. Edwards and niece, Miss approximately 600,000-
I+pR RENT-Small lower floor here Wednesday : Iona Tlllman, of Brunswick Ga., 000 pounds of newspapers and ma-
r apartment. Mrs. F. H. Long. Miss June Smith spent last and also Miss Vivian Cumbie of garlnes annually. ,
Miss Myrtle Strickland returned week-end in Gainesville as the
Upf recently from a visit In Jackson- guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. Lake City. -+-- I Ia
f'SPECIAL Horse and Mule Sale at ville with Miss Beatrice Johns. and Mrs. Robert Wilcox. fp"o Estimated total output of commerclal -
Central Florida Livestock Mar3tet Mr. and Mrs. D.' r*. Carpenterhave fish In Florida for the

,' Gainesville Fla., next Mon- Mrs. L. S. Hutto left Monday fora Howard Miner, son of Mrs. Effle as their guesta'Utlr. Carpen biennium 1833-34 was 14,227,000
day, January 13, beginning at visit in Orangeburg. S. C.. with Miner of Lawety who Is In the ter's sister Mra. C. S. Lindsey of pounds. I i
[noon. Hogs and cattle will be soldIlr'ght Her parents Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Rit- U. S. Navy, sailed on the second of Wlnaton-Salem, N. C., and hls'll: .
after the Horse and Mule ter. this month for Porto Rico. niece, little Miss Joan Carpenter,
[mile. This should be a good time of Jacksonville. II
sell any class of livestock. Friends of Mrs W.. A. BessentSr. Mrs. Robert E. Tanner and sons, "
., will regret to hear that she Bobby and Edward, of Baldwin, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Mrs. Fran- TIP TOP GROCERY DKUMONTK: i
LE OR RENT an attractive Is confined to her home due to ill were recent visitors of Mrs. Tan- ces Parker of Grand Rapids, Mich., CRYSTALSUGAR or AR1OPRUNES
|well built S room bungalow, ness. Mrs. R. T. Osteen of
ner's sister, Mrs. J. H. Fields. Brooker and
Cor. Walnut and 10th Streets, Edwin Green attended the funeral C. II. NAHUOKTHY Owner and Operator

:Starke, Florida, also furniture for Mrs. Will Hoffman, of Clearwater Mr. and Mrs. Claude Underhill' services of Miss Laverne Osteen
Ale, for further Information Ad- Is the guest of her brother and and daughters, Jeanette and Marie, in Plant City last Thursday.Mrs. FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIAL
Iresa, Mrs. M. Osborne, Lawtey, 2 Lb. Pkg.
sister-In-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. of Lakeland spent several days.
iFla; Itp Wall. this week here with relativea. : Rosa Constantine and two 5 Lbs. 25c PRICES, JANUARY 10.11 15c

[SEEDS: : for Spring Planting arrlv- eons Lewis Neal and Cleveland .. r
f log at White's Store, such asdha Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow of the .. Howard Hardee recently returned Neal, of Theressa, albs'O. P. Neal '.'..'-. :..,,- .. --: ": : .. .':Ir./: 1
Peanuts, Oats, Rye, Tomatoes State Farm spent Wednesday here to his home in Fernandlna after of St. Petersburg spent! )last week.
[ Pepper, Egg Plant and Irish as the guest of,Mr. and Mrs. W. L. a visit here with his uncle and end in Jacksonville visiting friends BEAUTIFUL IIAIIDLETTUCE 3 Boxes 5cMATCHES

[Efctatoes. See ua before buying. Wall. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. and relatives. 2 Heads 15c
,"an. 3-6t
Mrs. L. F. Chapman and Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright Paul Knight left Saturday for GOOD
DIESEL G. Godwin of the State Farm, and children of Jacksonville, were Cincinnati, Ohio, where he Is a RED WINKSAI' EATING
/ANTED Internationally oper- were* visitors here Wednesday aft the guests Sunday of his parents, student at the Cincinnati Conservatory APPLES % .doz. lOc 4 Boxes 5c

ting Diesel training organization ernoon. Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright of Music. He spent the SALT
ill select a few young men to Sr. Christmas holidays In Starke with REAL FANCY WIIITE OH
tart immediately to train for Jobs Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stockwell his parents, Col. and Mrs. D. E
is Diesel had their for several YELLOW SQUASH Lb. lOc SARDINES
Engine Operators and as guests Mr. and Mrs. Glen Searing'and Knight
,installation men. Tools furnished. days recently Mr. Stockwell's pa- family of Jacksonville, spent Sun- 3 Boxes
tate mechanical experience and rents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Stock- day here visiting Mr. Searing's Mr. and Mrs. Robert Card who SWEET 5c

(auallflcatlona. White "Diesel En :well of Randolph, Vermont. Theyare parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Sear- have.been here visiting his grand.mother POTATOES 10 PEPPERItEAL
.glnes," care Telegraph. en route to their home In De- ing. Mrs. Jennie Card, have re- 15c

I.|2-27-Stp ,Land. turled to their home In Detroit 5 bars LaundryLEMONS
7 L'Etta Ccrpenlng, who spent the Mich. and were accompanied home
NAT SEZ: holidays with her father, J. E. by Mrs. Jennie Card'who will visitIn Yzdoz.Pound. lOc SOAP

Did you ever atop to think whata Corpening, at Blltmore N. C., returned Detroit.

sorry town this would bo to live Monday to enter school Rev. B. M. Montgomery l Miss NEW RED BLISS PrincePOTATOES

In If there was only one little cor- here. Dorothy White, Miss Katie Fugate 5c ALBERT
ner store where you had to do your and Miss Virginia Fugate returned
Mr. and Mrs. Ennls and
\ shopping. Illght now, this la not last Thursday evening from Memphis -
son! Gary Morgan'of Miami Beach
!"'". the case; you can still find a goodelection were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tenn., where they attendedthe JIM DANDY MHN-\VESTKIl.V FKESII GROUND
of shoes and wearing apparel J W. and Mrs. world-wide Young People'sConvention.
Morgan Lana .
In Starke. But, unless there Chase. GRITS STEAK Lb. 29c

l 11 more loyalty shown to your local Mra. J. P. Jonea and small MEAL

merchant, I am afraid that we Miss Ernestine Andrews spent daughter, of Los Angeles, Calif. Kill UESTEKN
will eventually wind up with one last week in Lake City aa the who are visiting her father C. A
10 Lbs.
10 Ibs. 20c
little corner store. That will guest of her brother-in-law and Imbach of Green Cove Springs 25c STEW\ Lb. 12 /e

make tax receipts} mighty slim I'ma sister Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hal- spent the past week-end here her M\OKEIJ-ALL
thinkin.' brook. brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and BULK I'L'IIKCOFFEE PORKSAUSAGE CHARMER
Mrs. C. M. Imbach.Mr. '
I ABSOLUTELY REFUSE TO TAKE A BACK SEAT Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Priest and Lb. 25c
and Mrs. Nat Sternberg had
daughters, Misses Thelma and COFFEE
Pauline, attended the funeral serv- aa their gues '1 Monday and Tues
AND EXAMINE THEM AND YOU WILL BE CON- ices of Luther G. Getzen at Fort day of this week Mr. and Mrs.
2 Lbs. STEAK
' VINCED. White last Monday.Mr Sam Premier, of Salisbury Md., 25c Lb. 21c 2 Cans 25c

and Dr. M. Kaplan of Philadelphia, CIIUCK-WESTERN
and Mrs. L. E. Miner and Pa. They were enroute to their

LL SHEETING NEW P\TTERNS-FAST daughter,. Miss Pauline, of New homes after a visit .A Miami. MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE ROAST Lb. 1 17c IIREAKOMORNCOFFEE
Smyrna, spent the past week-end
S6 Inches Wide COLOR, PRINTS here as the guests of Mra. Miner's Ginger Snap Recipe 1'IIKITAN

sister, Mrs. J. H. Fields. Given By Miss Ray BACONZ.Ib, box 22c
Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Baker Mrs. The following recipe for gln- Lb. 27c CHEESE Pound
I R. F. Fernandez Faye Louise and
Mary Alice Yarbrough, also Mr. ous cookies for the kiddies, was
JANUARY SALE JANUARY SALE and Mrs. J. W. Morgan spent Sun- given by Miss Amelia: Ray. AKOO SUGAR LAIUiK: LUSCIOUS TABLE

LADIES DRESSES LADIES HATS I day Mra.visiting Kate In Klllingsworth Palatka. and 2 1 cups cup sugar Ginger molasses Snaps S. PEAS No.: 2 can 15c PEACHES Lb. 15c

$4.95 Felts granddaughters, Misses Myrtice, 1 cup hot water DEL MONTRC.G.CORNNo2canl5c URGE FANCY
Value__ $3.95 $2.95 __ $1.49 Floried, and Villa Vlda. returned 1 cup lard QTS.

recently from a-vlslt In Worthington 1 tablespoon of soda DILL PICKLES 15c

$3.95 Value _$2.95 $1.95 Felts __ $1.00 Springs with relatives. 2 tablespoons of ginger DEL MONTE _
1 tablespoon of cloves

$2.95 Value __$1.95 $L49 Felts a 1!__ 88c Mrs.days D.recently A. Montelth In Ralford spent with several Do Flour not to mlto.mix .> sff for .- TOMATOS.4HCEcan5c MILK Small lOc

Size 14 to 46 All Colors Mrs. Minnie Brown. Mrs. Brown U.a! depends the quality ui the t .... .UONIU, ROYAL stmV i CHERRIES or
and Mrs. Monteith spent Thursday cakes. Let dough act one hour KELLOGO'CORN
visiting In Jacksonville.Mr before rolling out. rolt thin and APRICOTS 15c
bake in hot oven. FLAKES 3 for f 25c
SPECIAL We Have: The Best and Mra. Frank Carpenterand DKL: MONTE
Miss Amelia Ray
ALLIGATOR ; daughter Joan, of Jacksonville
OVERALLS$1.00 spent Sunday here as the CATSUP 14-oz. bot. 15c ,
RAINCOATS guests of Mr, and Mrs. W. L. Wall Don't Get UjT NightsMAKE OATS 20-oz. IOc
and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson. DEL MONTB
Keg. $.uo Value / THIS 23o TEST
v Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Courte- COFFEE Lb. 25c
If It fails to flush nut Impurltle. COCOA 1-Lb.can
$3.98 Can Buy manch and Miss Anita Courte- and excmiri, add which,cauee the lreicularlty lOc
A that wake. you up. Oet
manch had their
aa guests SundayMr. .
i buchu. juniper oil, In ital.Rr.en
and Mra. Roland C. Buckley tablet called, 'Ituk.ts" the
of Washington, D. C. Mr and PACK
,ladder .
imllar in cantor oil on the
Mra. Buckley were present at 'bowel' Poorly acting bladder can IRD
the Jackson Day' Dinner Wednes- ea.burnlnc... eeantr or backach.flow frequent In four dealre day.' L Lb.12i2c cI| TOMATOES No. 2 can 7cq

day la Washington at which PresI If not pleaed any driiKs-lnt will re- _
I Went Roosevelt will also attend. fund Store.your 2(0. Mitchell'. Drug i a ipniaM ii


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I ==
r GETZEN TO RUN plowing near Ocala, ,
C s.l BUSHNELL Samuel reports from there. Aa plowingalong
ON FARM Getzen, former state senator of a level field the negro 'ud.<
\ -1
.' 1f I Bushnell, today announced that denly found himself holding th,
conditions LIVE STATE NEWSNews he will enter the Democratic primaries handles of the plow, the horse aw
:.. : FARMERS SECTION on Florida farms, which have in June to ask the nomination mule having dlsapp-ared from

; risen considerably since the low for state treasurer, an office eight Momentarily dumbfounded.
In 1932, will continue their! of Florida in Short Paragraphs that has gone uncontested for a Plerson realized the earth had .;av!

i,! ; 01" Conducted by Demonstration Agents point upward trend In 1936, says the .1 quarter of a century. Getzen Is a ed in. Both animals were killed

\1. ," State Agricultural Extension Ser- native of Lake City, is thirty-seven by the fifteen foot drop. Th' ae-
; ,. out- ., years old and attended thee Uni- gro refused to return to work'
1' vice in its Florida agricultural ..---_- lMGi'FOR
1'4" ", 1 1.;" look report for this year. -. versity of Florida law school. in the field, declanng: "next tilDe
)j' that hole might reach out closer
The Service predicts that cash 26 MACHINES SEIZED STATE COMPTROLLER!
FRED CONE 'TO RUN The cave-in on the farm of Ray
''r r.:. Hints To Housewives: RURAL Income to Florida farm families TALLAHASSEEComptroller: MIAMI-A former attorney general LAKE CITY-Fred Cone, who is Luffman, was the result of a
::1 after meeting: production expenses Lee' office announced Inspector Van C. Swearingen, of Miami proud of the fact that he Is a native -: limestone sinkhole.
COMMON SENSE will be slightly higher in 1936 had seized twenty-six unlicensed
.. is in the race for state comptroller FloridIan! and a lifelong Dem-
I, + Weekly frOM Home Demonstration than in any year since 1929. lot machines: Nineteen were
ocrat last week enteredthe TRAIN
officially SCHEDULE
pi'ji his intentionto
; I i Specialist, Tallahassee By SPUDS JOHNSON In view of the Increase of vol- taken in Hillaborough County, five Announcing race for governor after a num- Our schedule changes Sunday
I ume of purchases for family use, In Dade County, and two in Duval enter the Democratic primaries ,
ber of months devoted to travel In January and trains will run
!'. 'b SEASONAL CITRUS RECIPES EFFECTS!: OF DEPRESSIONARE the Service has drawn the con- County. in June, Swearingen Miami at- all parts of the state greeting his follows:; ai
.. said he believed "the
torney, extravagance -
i NOT ENTIRELY BAD; clusion that many families have friends. His will SounthboundNo
many campaign
1 r' $ Orange Washington Pie GOOD ONES ARE LISTED used a large portion of their In- SIIOLTZ TO SPEAK in public office and the be largely based on the slogan of 1-Due Starke 11:31: pal.
} creation of unwarranted positionsfor
:s< 'i' 'i Orange Filling: Use 1 tablespoon come Increases for family !living TALLAHASSEE Florida's political should be "lowering the budget to halance No. IS-Due Starke 4:28: P M.
! 4 cornstarch, 2-3 cup sugar, "Sweet are the uses of adversity and for replenishing depleted :Governor Sholta left this week to stopped." taxes instead of raising taxes to No. 107-Due Starke 9:11: A M..
t" .: t3 1 cup milk, 2 egg yolks, 1 table- ," said someone who no doubt household Inventories. Farmers carry the banner of his party into balance the budget." No. 191-Due Starke 10:25: P M
J i I 'e. spoon gelatine, 1-" cup cold water, had just been through "the worst also seem to be making replace- California. Choice of Postmaster NorthboundNo.
I'' 1-2 cup orange Juice, rind: of one depression in history." ments of capital goods, this beIng General Farley, Democratic chieftain EASY TO CATCH WELL OF ALL THINGS 2-Due Starke 5:05: A M

r' as } orange, 2 egg whites, and 1 tea- However the depression has Its reflected In increased expenditures the Florida governor delivered GAINESVILLE No hooks, OCALA-A mule and a horse No. 16-Due Starke 12:10 P M.

.I spoon lemon Juice. uses and Is not all bad, even for automobiles, machinery, the principal address at a Jack- lines, sinkers, reels or rods were were not lost, strayed or stolen No. 108-Due Starke 5:15: p M.

+i t!' ': d, :Mix the cornstarch and sugar to- though It has hit some of us pret- and building material. son Day dinner at LOB Angeles needed to catch fish on the Wac- they just naturally dropped out of Starke and Wannee Branch
: I .+ gether. Add the milk gradually ty hard. For Instance, there is a No significant changes In prices Wednesday night.SAN1TORIUM. cassa River Sunday, according: to sight the other day as Walter No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A M(
I i c V' and cook In top of double boiler Crowing interest in economy in of goods for farm family mainte- I reports reaching here this week. Pierson, negro plow hand, was No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50: F.u!.

I, 10 minutes. Add the slightly beaten public and private affairs, accompanied nance Is anticipated by the organ- APPROVEDTALLAHASSEE ,The banks were literally lined with

' ,I egg yolks slowly and cook over by Increased attention to ization during the next six months. O o v e r nor Tlsh stunned by the cold and all

hot water until thick. Dissolve the elimination of waste and ex- with more available money for I Sholtz said this week he had been the fishermen had to do was reach FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

.'. the gelatine in the cold water and travagance. Taxes have been famIly living this year any Increases advised that the Public Works Administration down and pick them up, is the report I
, Many Years Experience I Makes It Possible for M
I In expenditures probablywill & to Render
mixture. McCol-
back Bob
add to the cornstarch growing on us so gradually and had approved a proJect brought by
:, Add the orange juice, rind and steadily that perhaps we could and be distributed among food, calling for the construction of lum and Duke Truby, local nim- EFFICIENT PROMPT MODERATE and COURTEOUS SERVICE
lemon juice. While still warm, would never have had serious attention clothing, and other living items, a\ tuberculosis sanltorlum in Flor- rods. The warm air revived the

t fold In the stiffly beaten egg given to reducing them unless : instead of being used for only one Ida. Original plans, for which application fish in the boat and the men hada Starke, Florida
whites and chill. the depression had come I or two. Food probably will absorb > waa made to the state lively boat load. Most of them DeWITr C. JONES
less of the In-
When filling Is well ch..ed and along. proportionately tuberculosis board, called for five were mango snappers.

f\ has begun to stiffen, about 2 hours, !' Farmers and growers of FlorIda crease than it did in 1935. such buildings, one each for five .

q : pile It on one layer of cake and have been compelled to find Aa In 1935, the cash income of districts of the state. :NO MOVIES FOR FLORIDA
'a the other layer on top, Leave some farm families will be supplemented
place ways of reducing costs or production. .
MIAMI BEACH Fearing his
r in a cold place until time to serve. by earnings of family For
No doubt some permanentgood Expert RepairingSmith's
l Conservation and GIVEN ADDED THRILL recent purchase here of a home
Note: This filling; is very good nembers. prep-
has come from that, for It "
SANFORD-A be "misunderstood
parachute site ,
balky might
dessert. Chill aration of home products, as
+ serve as a separate
will enable us to obtain more economical -
5,000 spectators an added M. Warner, of Warner Brothers,
and and gave
WIU canned fruits vegetables
and 'pile In sherbet cups.
serve about eight. production when "goodImes" handicraft articles, for sale will thrill during; one of Celm Sohn's 'film producers, announced, "speak-
return. continue. Report indicate that bat> like descents here, and nearly 'Ing for my own company, we have GaragePhone

f Special Sponge Cake I Another interesting sidelight on sales of such products, majority of cost his life. Sohn, who dons a suit no intention of coming to Flor-
the depression is furnished by one and sold by with "wings" on the arms and legs ida." "I don't know the plans of
Take 3 eggs, 1 cup sugar, 4 ta- which ore prepared
fl" I of the greatest libraries in the in 1939: and glides and spirals after he other companies," said Warner,
: blespoons cold water, 1-2 teaspoon farm women, were larger
lemon juice, 1 cup flour. 1 tea- ,country, which reports that since than in 1934. leaps from an airplane at a high "and, of course, we always can be 120
: the advent of the current depres- altitude, fell to within 100 feet of forced out of California by confts-
I baking powder, 1-4 teaspoon Prices of clothing, shoes, ,and
, spoon sion Its ,circulation of books has the ground before he could untangle catory taxation. I bought here Wrecker Service Day Night
salt, and 2 tablespoons melted some other articles used by farm or
, increased over thirty per cent his parachute. He was.. badly simply because I liked Florida's \
1/ butter. And the Increase in solid reading, families may show some slight shaken. :.; climate." .
Beat the until light: add the
egg rise in 1936 over 1935.
:f. other than fiction haa been more .
, } sugar and continue beating. Silt:: than the average. The Pennsylvania -I With rising cash Income, the

I the flour once before measuring. Farmers says that "All this Florida farm family must continueto
Add flour, baking powder end salt
means that more of our peopleare budget Its expenditures and exercise -
,, which have been sifted together. doing serious reading, and care in allotment of fundsto
Fold In the melted butter and bakein
studying, which will be good for avoid over-emphanizlng some
a well greased and floured. cake :
them and for the country." things and falling to provide
tin. Bake in a moderate oven in
One of the great deeds now, as enough for others.
?: a deep cake pan 9 inches in dia- QJII12&WITH
meter. for the last few years, Is to havean More families are making longtime -
equalization of conditions as plans for the use of total
, { When the cake Is taken from the
between agriculture and other available cash, budgeting funds for
I' oven cool and split into two lay-
businesses. When the farmer's farm business and family living,
ers. Place the orange filling -
.; + 1 I the layers. dollar buys as much in proportionas and the number of these is expected LESS GAS/I'
the business man's dollar, then to show even greater increase
When ready to serve cover top ::
I. 1 '' and sides with whipped cream and the farmer will be more satisfied. In 1936. Budget-making should )

then sprinkle with grated orange Progress la being made in that di- focus attention on all family needs, less oil. less

I rind. "', ...I.IZ i iJ rection. In addition to financial progress, ,
\ the Extension Service points out. ..
J Florida Honey Plum Pudding -

! L' Use 1 cup grated raw carrots, 1 given. Stir until mixture is well .

: \ '.,cup grated raw sweet potatoes, 1-2 blended. Pour into well greased PARDON ME MY ERROR

I : .cup citron, 1 cup candled orange glass baking dish (quart size), put MIAMI-George Campbell walked

} .: peel, 1 cup honey, 1->& teaspoon cover on and bake In oven at 250 up to a fellow hunter. "Look,
\ )' i salt, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, 1 cup degrees F for 2 1-2 hours Re- twenty-five snipe." he boasted.
} -it\ o -suet (chopped or ground). 1 1-2 move from oven, cool without re- The hunter counted, "cue, two

!' n' teaspoons nutmeg, 1-2 teaspoon moving cover. Serve with honey three-twenty-five Is right, and

. {. .allspice, 1.4 teaspoon cloves, 1-2 ,butter. you owe the state $92.30." Campbell -

i I \ teaspoon soda, 1-2'cup flour, and Honey Plum Pudding is easy to had singled out the game war

t:t 1 cup candled pineapple or pre- make and inexpensive. den and he learned for the first
;. served gingered watermelon rind. time that Florida limits the number -
Combine ingredients in order Honey Butter: Take 2 parts I of snipe a hunter may kill to lit k kA
.or honey and 1 part butter. Let but- :
I'I'I'' F. fifteen with a $5.23 penalty per
ter stand in room temperature un-
; r Help Kidneys til It Is soft. Add honey and stir snipe above that number. ( 1 Q
t .
iFy until perfectly blended. Place in I

,;, -4 ,A Bladder Jjfjjj mntftt* tnaKrrt ""Ir.wrAcbllt *- glass jar which can be tightly covered IN COURT AGAIN
y Up N/gA/ '.-. a auu.I I and stand In refrigerator. Can TALLAHASSEE-Florida's so-

I I I. P.Ia.. atl ]8..1... S WSCvaLX be used, blended with chopped called chain store tax law bounced T r' ; 1 7A5,

f: -.-... 5* io up.sOrsusnasa tax=") I nuts, as simple topping for sponge back Into the supreme court last ;

4, .. cakes week with_ the claim of. more than x
a score of independent ana cnam
', ,, merchants that the law was enact.
ed after the constitutional sixty- .. ,
"f N Full line of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies days of the 1935 legislature had t- ;

i. AMBULANCE SERVICE expired. The court granted an alternative >a s ___
I :'I S DAY AND NIGHT: writ of mandamus requiring fj _

,i 53 PHONE 53 that the official Journalsof / K

O. II. 11KNNETT, lfJlr.of : the house and senate be corrected MAmA OB LUX* SPORT SCDAW

i "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" to show the actual time that
j the bill was enacted into law or
';i: that reason be shown why the cor- More miles of pleasure e more money in your pocfiet when you drive'i

'ji rection should not be made. The
!j,' writ was made returnable Janu-

'i ary 21. The suit plunges the en- i CHEVROLET FOR 1956 .
tire act back into the courts, taking -
no cognizance of a former decision -
N 3 Announcement-- which held that the graduated '" '
: ''
occupational license tax and > ;."!:,. t'.l.; .,\ .

t the one-half of one per cent gross ./ '** ?. ., You may a. well save money...
+ receipts levy were valid. ., 'NEW parmcTm: particularly can get IMPROVED GLIDING

pleasure in to subs tan.
itI ELECT F. E. A. -
Education .... nh.t.'fl.a..M.A.ve' ,, J.v.lopd lh,. imoolhfrl" ..,.*. rid.or mil
Florida an'U
; We have the most modern Cold Storage ORLANDO-The tial savings that is the happy experience -
Association stepped out of .
of who 1936 Chevrolet /I!
buy new
and Meat Curing Plant in Central Florida- Its discussion of school finances
long enough to adopt a condem- SOLID STEEL sue-pies. This new Chevrole .i. fast! It's spirited! It HIGH-COMPRESSION

I { with a modern smoke house in connection. nation er forms of of"slot gambling machine legal and or oth-otherwise TURRET TOP goes places as you wa {your new car to go! VALVE-IN-HEAD: ENGINES : :

because of their remorallz- S ..... .,bse u/y. forfrM .f lat.1)' And goes with leas gas and; oil! All of which .v.n b.ttw p.rform.... withVM ,,
Ing influent.." This was contained .,
IMI nd ll
of the resolutions naturally makes it a much'L-ttcr investment. gat
k in a report
NO committee which also put the as- GENUINE FISHER Then too, the new Chevrolet for 1936 U
Bociatoion squarely on record for
enactment of laws to guarantee NO DRAFT VENTILATION: smarter,safer and more comfort )le to ride in Alt THESE: rEATtTBO

I In Cured Meats State aid of $800 annually to each IN NEW: TUBBET TOP BODIES than any other car selling at or n..-ar its price. AT' CUEVBOtim LOW FBICES
We Sugar
I 1 Specialize teacher unit, with amendment of

:. 't' the State Constitution If necessary M,. Mod fcwuHM and. comfertalif. ..." .. Come in-take a ride in this only complete.nrrsehdhr.larpk.dwr
.I ... ..- '-.; .Mnpllah: the guaranty. F. K.
'; I :YZ: 1 1 : :. SPECTICNGAINESVILLE + toau.y) of Sebring, was named lo""prkedCCll'-andgetprooCoCitsgreater.value. $49 5

: J' president to lead tbe F. E. A. durIng CHEVROLET MOTOR CO., DETROIT-MICH.

this year of political electionsfor AND UP. Lhspr4..1 N..3..J.JC..r., .
\ r governor, all major State and SBOCaOOr9G.* .. ..l<.r>,**
: ICE & offices and full JV_Creety Reduced ( d141.d. -
County nearly a Xerion m M._ AI_ wJ7.*20 NJu-.l.
membership of the legislature. ..Una driving tatlmr and nrmr G.M.A.C. TIME PAYMENT PLA PrioM..i III Ittlktf mJanti immlmnllMml rtua..u .

f Bailey was chosen over A. J. Cei- (.*." -.k"M. .. / c.-.I. nVmluf.Torode *,.. M. l.irtjr mutumt--

ger, of St. Petersburg.The 3. Cmfn Ckmnlfl't I.. MfawW pr.. _

t I number of ruffled grouse in
4' .3a the Great Smoky Mountains Na- ou4 /owrieed'

J. L. GEORGE SIGIl.t tional Park Is reported to be ten

Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St. times greater. than a decade ago. 1..
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: Gainesville Florida American Indian used totem .
Chevrolet l Co.STARKE :
I poles for tombstone as well as for
/ ; | idol worship. Ashes of cremated .

1 tibt'U: ; I|braves were placed In: the poles. FLORIDA \

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N KIll CHURCH DTOBOTOBT I "And suppose your grandmothersays shrunk Into her chair quiveringfrom dress my seminary class next Fri- seemed just right, but when I got
It's all right with her anytime the whiplash of his words day, Mr. O'Neill'" back to NSW York, Naxos seemed

to FIRST BAPTiST CHURCH. now," he asked tensely. She stood outside the lecture Terry was firm "I'm afraid not I wrong. And that's the way it

ig [ Rev. C. B. Price Pastor LIVGLIFE "What about you hall of the museum the next aft- I'm leaving for Greece tomorrow"It ,would always be,"

d. nday School 10 o'clock a. m., Her eyes were smilingly vague ernoon, exasperatedly arguing waa not until the last one had "All that's no reason

le Thomas, Supt. I 'When Grandma says something Is I with the guard left that he turned coldly to Kay. "There Is no reason!" she broke

It rnlng Worship, 11 a. m. N all right with her. that automatically "Srrry, Miss, Nobody's allowed "Well"1 In desperately. "I was nasty to you

n ,Y.: s.rioll.a/l.s e',lie M./r..O.tdwy.Mey.r makes It a constitutional In while Mr. O'Neill's lecturing." She looked away, unnerved by and I've just apologized. How can
4 venlng Worship, 7:30: p. m. Httur *...<* e" "CUUSTIOPHOIIA" I I' amendment. Kay:: .glowered, "My father is his icy manner. "Even worthless you gather from that that I love

r, _. S Teachers Meeting;, Wedneay b r CARTE 000Dt0E-N./Is.d/r Gene relaxed with a small : Mr. G. P. Bentley, a trustee- this : people turn dull enough to apologize you? It's just no use. Terry. You

d 6:45: : p. m. MIUN WAHl Olfkn I whoop. "That's all I want to museum." I sometimes. I've Come to say don't like my friends you don't

[d-week Prayer service, Wed- SYNOPSIS: Kay Bentley, beautiful that's what you thought"This know." And he dashed for the "And my father is The I'm sorry," talk their language and you don't

k' day, 7:30 p. m. and romantic Is on a yacht- little Joke, In Bentley'amind guard swallowed hard, "Your "What for?" do whatever it is they do. And )
door.Kay "
established returned to tjhe father' a trustee did ?" "For the I've acted," she I don't love you.
e Ing trip with her father, O. P. immediately a living room you say way :
? Methooist Church Bentley. She Is bored by the at- bond of good fellowship between on lagging feet to find Terry staring Kay nodded. "Hm. Walt a minute burst out passionately "For the "Have you quite nnlshed?"

T Rev. B. M. Montgomery Pastor. tentions of Gene Piper who hasbeen them, Nothing would do but that fixedly into the, fire. please" way I've talked, for the way I am. She stared at him, then, with 8, r,'
I Sunday Scbool-10 a. m. encouraged In his suit by Terry come along to his home for She cleared her throat self-con- He returned from the lecture I can't help any of them and I've low sob, flung herself Into his em

J Morning Worship-11 a. m. Doctor Stafford the family ad- cocktails and at Betty's urgent sciously. "How long have you hall followed by Betty. come to tell you that. She pulledat brace. When he had kissed her

Epworth League-7:13: : p. m. visor. Stafford desires her ouir- nod Terry reluctantly consented.He been In New York?" "I'm Betty Collins" she said to her gloves, fighting back tears, soundly, ht said with tenderness.,

I Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. riage to Gene (favored also by waa in the library with Bent- "I got here yesterday." Kay bluntly, "Mr. O'Neill's associate. "You go back to Greece and dig up "I haven't fooled you much either,

j You are Invited to all these serv- I Grandmother Gage) for reasonsof ley when Kay appeared on the Her voice was thin steel wire. Mr. O'Neill is in the middle some more statues and don't let have I? About not loving you I

B. I his own. But at the Idle of threshold.She "Are you staying on?" of his lecture." i anybody kid you. It's a lot better' mean. Let's get married right I

Presbyterian Church i Naxos in Greece Guy meets Terry stood there for a moment Still polite and withdrawn. "I'm Kay waa annoyed "I'd like to go than digging up dates for Monday away."

Jlev. George H. Lowry, Minister i O'Neill an archaeologist. There completely shaken, then walked going back on the same boat, day In anyway, If you don't mind" night. And when you get to Naxos "No."

110-00: a. m.-Sabbath SchooL Is a brief romantic Interlude. Then forward stiffly. after tomorrow. Betty took a determined step just don remember me. That's' "Why not? Is It Gene Piper?" i

11:00: A. M.-Morning Worship; she returns to New York. But Bentley beamed, "I want "Oh. It's nice on the ocean, toward her. "Why can't you let all, So long. Terry. She flew His eyes darkened with jealousy
the pastor. Terry has fallen In love with her. "Kay, this time of the year" him alone ?" she asked heatedly. through the door "Do you love him?"
rmon f m.-Young Peoples year lie goes to New York and Is now you to meet a very Important "Yes" "You've done enough to him. Go Terry gazed at the Galatea mo- "No." '
5:00: Mr. O'Toole. Discovered -
Service.p. at the Gage and Bentley offices young man.statue at Naxos She walked to a low broad table, find yourself something else! to rosely, "A fine mess of rock you "But you love mtt don.t you?"
j a
} 7:30 m.-Bventag Worship. Inquiring for Ann Morrison, the do Miss ?" picked up a caviar canape, bit into play with." Kay stared In amaze- turned out to be," he muttered. Her answer was to lift her lips
p. "How do Bentley
name that Kay him given him, be- you her faint it, then put it back. "There's ment. "I happen to bea- good I But Kay was back, standing at to his with shameless eagerness
"Hello reply.
Rosewood Baptist Church cause pf his I'xpr..l'd distaste for was nothing quite as sad-looking as an friend of that Irishman" Betty j his elbow, her face working with her arms entwined about his

Rev. L O. Hemingway, Pastor wealthy Idlers.GALATEA. Bentley's smile was benevolent old piece of caviar," she drawled. added a little sullenly. I embarrassment "I. I'm locked neck, .
Bible as he urged Kay to take Terry There chin. "I 'In. I can't find out."
Services every Sunday. was a shrieking, quivering "Oh. Kay put up her my way Kay was In the library solicitously
tudy 10:15: : a. m. Services at 3:30: UNVEILED Into the party and introduce him silence between them In It, vivid I've come to apologize tohilI Terry looked at her expressionless stirring a cocktail shaker of

('clock in afternoon.BETIEL to the guests. recollections returned to Kay \ for a moment, Then: "Follow Martinis while she waited for Ter-

Chapter Five Kay merelY nodded. In com- the poignant melody to which they ry and Betty to arrive. They were. e
BAPTIST CHURCH plete silence she escorted Terry had waltzed in the little Greek 1 I with Gene and herself, going to the

Rev. L. A. Donnley. Pastor' While he waited, Terry surveyedthe Into the living-room where a num- cafe, while a nameless flowering "You love me Kay,' [ Opera Ball."Hello .

Services every first Sunday. large office curiously. He stared ber off smartly dressed people were beauty had filled the squalid little Terry .,,
Sunday School, 2:30: ( p m. fascinated! at the huge oil babbling their goodbyes. room with fragrance. She saw her P'PII. "Uon't foe her cheerily "Cocjttalls\ Just
Bible Study and Prayer Services painting of old Mrs. Gage. "There you are Kay." Lois Arm again, the dancing shadows from Kill}'." 4n what we need." He held up his

|very Saturday night. "Is she a subsidiary too?" he strong rushed toward her.'Ve' the campfire, throwing into relief glass. "Now before we go any

asked the receptionist."She had a lovely time "She noticed the chiselled lines of a face that further a toast to Grandma.
"Oh how do do?" was now turned toward her .. she wave!" He beamed.
is Terry. you Long may
Mr. motherinlaw
First Christian Church Bentley's -
"Mr. O'Neill Is a well Known felt again the burning throb of a Q "It's all settled. The old lady has
I If Iw
Rev. W. 'T. McGuire, Pastor the young man answered long sweet kiss. ,
said tonelessly. named Christmas the for
archaeologist, Kay as day
Bible School, 10 a. m. haughtily." "She controls every- Terry's hands grasped her shoul- f the engagement announcement.
Communion, 11 a. m. thing.
ders. He swung her around fiercely.
Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m. "Everything? She looks it, does "Mr. O'Neill, the archaeologist!" "Why did you lie to me In Holy matrimony thereafter"to take place
meeting Wednesday 7:30: Lois gushed. "Why, you're in the shortly
Prayer n't she?
Naxos? he demanded with blazing (Grandmother (Inge' derisions. ,
m. papers. You found some new Egyptian
Preaching Second Sunday 11 a. A door opened and an attrac- tomb or something, didn't eyes. are, ait Kay herself has said, "con-
tive woman stepped for. .
young ntltutlonnl amendmentVIII Kay
[ m. and 8 p. m. you? Chapter Six
ward .
to greet Terry."I have to marry Gene now or will
am Miss Ann Morrison, Mr.Bentley's "It was a "statue And I foundit A TOAST GRANDMA .ho refuse and Im dlHlnhprttMl?
1 1a
St. Marks Episcopal Church secretary" she said In Greece. How will this affect Doctor Staf

Service on second, fourth and briskly. "Oh" Lois stared. "How terribly Kay was Instantly on the defen fo....'. secret plans? See next",
:fIfth Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. Terry stared. Then the color Interesting! How fascinating!" sive. "Have I been properly week's thrilling; Installment),
Litany and choir practice at faded from his cheeks. Now he i She breezed away and Terry sworn in 1"'hy -

F:30: o'clock on Friday nights pre- .,, ., __ __n. __ "\\ did you lie la me?"
' Fceeding Sunday service .ys. She swung around "Oh, I don't
Why did you lie to me? .chestCOJP5
know. because I
Maybe was lonely
and there was a terrific moonor iiBetty -- Oorra
Terry demanded.
i something like that There
was an undefined miserable acheIn folded her arms. "Do you me. They leave a aide door open."

y BOB JONESComments her heart."Something. know what I think? I think you Kay: hurried after him, manfully !

1 like that Is a pretty just don't want to leave things." trying to keep up with his stride.

lil On Hers cheap reason," Terry said slow "That's not so," Kay assuredher Quite suddenly however, she quicker
iy. with unmistakable sincerity. found herself In a. small boxlike yield
And Hereafter "Well you got what you expected Betty hesitated, "then nodded room, representing an Egyptian tOthls ..+

r a didn't you?" she asked harshly briefly. "This way. tomb. P !
... -It The auditorium semidarkness "You love "
was In me, Kay, Terry said
defiant. "That fits right In Fit10N
"We cannot say smugly that we fr 't of as Kay stepped into It. quietly out of the cavernous silence p L'i1
a with what you think all of us,
[have three hundred years of a.r.ws doesn it? People with too much She listened to Terry, slightly -
and awed, as he wound up his lectureon She averted her eyes. "Don't be
[schooling in America today money for their own good?
1wryie' Athenian Art In the fourth century silly."
have the most universal system in "Yes. It does, he said dully.
"I've And
stopped being silly.
that have a million She nodded over-vehemently. "I
(the world, we As the lights went on the audi- It's about time you did, too."
f in colleges, and let know It doea. You took great
young people ence started to file out, a few of She faced him squarely "Terry,
fit at that. I am quoting froman pains to tell me about it on that
go its members lingering however to the mere fact that we're male and
address given by Dr. Lewis, Island. All right, I kissed you
question him further. female Isn't enough. We're differ-
|president of Lafayette College at maybe for fun, maybe for laughs.
One ent breeds. We haven't
elderly woman stepped up ythlng
I a gathering at Albany, N. Y. Dr. But I didn't tell you It was until i ir
to him. "Will you be able to ad In common. In Naxos, everything
J Lewis says further, "the use of death do us part.. --.--.-..-
[ correct English In this country Terry was suddenly toweringover
f has become so rare as to 'attract her, "Sit down!" He ploppedher

surprised attention'. Manners are < forcefully into a chair while
poor. The courtesies of an early' she stared at him dumbfounded.
day are classical as Victorian and understood the deception that had looked after her with a smile "I came all the way from Greeceto

therefore discarded. It la considered been practiced on him. As he Kay: went on with her introduc see you. I was an Idiot. Frankly .

smart to appear uncouth. stood there the bright hopes he dons. Inwardly she waa writhingand you're not worth walking from

Lawlessness Is on the Increase. Po- had cherished, withered and died she would cheerfully have here to the corner ."

litical indifference has increased within him.Muttering. strangled Terry for what she considered She half rose. "Then suppose

as the years pass. Spiritual ideals some sort of jumbled was his condescendingmanner you walk right out of .''
have become leas evident." The explanation he turned and fled toward the small inconsequential "Sit down." He pushed her / 1 1ORCR

141: writer agrees with Dr. Lewis that from the place. talk that ebbed and flow- back "You know," he said thought-

our educational system does not The next afternoon he and Bet ed through the room. fully, "you're probably not an unusual -

educate. Most of the students who ty stood against the wall of one "Have a drink.'" Gene said, hold- type at all. There; must be /reer.s.ire. r_.H... .I S ALL r1VE NO. 4 uy
are graduated from high school of the smaller! museum rooms listening ing out a glass to Terry. thousands more lib*, ')")U. I just 4aedRlobe,1 'w react ,Olt ONLY geu16M XtrfailturUt. T rOR ONLY

and off to college have very lit- with Ironic amusemest, as "No thanks." saw a whole roomful. Thoughtless! Cwintrr ROM, 1 rw Country I Mono,1 yoo* ,
go Th. rots ,.un.'. 1 T... $ .80 Tbo Form !JourMl.1 toa 5 .80
tle real educational foundation. G. P. Bentley, a Trustee of the "Just had your tonsils out? spoiled, worthless people thinking g NEWSPAPZmFot 1
There are some good things about museum, made an elaborate speech "No." Terry smiled fixedly. "I only of themselves"':' His voice 0.. ft : O.o Year :

our modern theories of education, regarding the Galatea discovery."It just don't want one, thank you." had flattened to, a monotone.

but if I must choose between the was my privilege to spend There waa an awkward pause. "There must be thousands like me -

old system and the modern system, some time in Greece this fall" he "Nice crowd," Gene said out of in the world toq Ordinary people, Countiy H<*n; HJ M CALL'S

give me the old system! The men was saying. "I was at the Isle of the ensuing silence. without much wit, silly enough to
who made America were not rear- Naxos at the very moment this "A lot of people" Terry answered be honest with each other. Well -n.1 e_ FR Es

ed under the modern theories of statue waa discovered. Then, non-commlttally. he moved away abruptly, THIS NEWSPAPER !! '''a, FARM "s
education. We have overdone the with many dramatic gestures he Gene sipped his drink. He felt "I'm not mad. I'm very thankful

elective system. When I was in went on to describe the weeks and oddly uncomfortable. "Not so it happened in this way and this for 1 'year and /

J college I was told to take Latin months of hard work the discovery many. Most of them, have left. I' quickly."

and mathematics and other sub had entailed."I "Is that so?" When he had left Kay sat, 3

jects whether I liked them or not. suppose he's got blisters all Yea sir! Why the fellow was a Big Magazines THIS NEWSPAPER

They said the things that were over his hands from digging," Bet- positive boor with that queer critical -

hard for us were the things we ty muttered bitterly.A way he had of looking at ev for one full year: 9, I II

needed to study. The old system photographer stepped up and eryone.

built up the weak places In our prepared to photograph Bentley "There are still a lot left I And 4 Big Magazines
mental and soul life. The modern with the statue. though," Terry pointed out gently. e

system which says, "take what The Curator interposed. "May I "Not so many." Gene hurriedly
you like" builds up the strong suggest that Mr. O'Neill be In the spotted an Imaginary person beck 1 Magazine! from Group As J 3 M.ulae.lrom Group B; Until

points in our mental make-up and picture?" oning to him and waved back to .

neglects the places where we are "O'Who? O'Brien? Who's O'- his phantom friend. "Excuse me a R /

weak. That is the reason so Brien?" Bentley asked. minute." Select Any 3 Magazin

many artists go to the devil. Theyare "O'Neill. He's the young man "Sure." .
developed on one side and the who found the statue." The living room had finally From This List ......0..Needa fie M n..... ..,...

other side of their make-up hasn't "By all means!," Bentley said emptied Itself of guests. Terry .r.... ilea 1 P... ,.n"II.- a Gard' .. {TM a 0 fYaa1N_ I011t'I, -...._..'1
I.".. Ho.. a a.r... _I ,.... CvIpeNe.ls "H"",.. .
enough pulling to keep themIn heartily.The lounged against the piano, watch- 0 D//.,.,., lw
power .
Cloried.. ....... _I -. arM' Z ",...... "
the middle of the road. The old two men were Introduced. ing them leave, still wearing the F10..... Or..,, I -... ra ..1101. ...-sii, v' a Y7t.i 1"
system was better balanced than Then Terry, winking at Betty queer look of quiet wonder on his _..11.14 M...._ _t 1'- a jurIev Nv. .... a.I"II'tM4 M44ha: 2w
1 ra'
Iuai.e He. (t.r M.th.r.) ,1 1'a ; .,.... 1 I
the modern system and therefore blandly began to discuss some of face.With : ..... _I ''. 'Call" M.. B C'rcle' 1p
produced better balanced charac- the more esoteric phases of arch a meaning glance at his /R. / N. Demy Ne.1.nCt.us 1 T... ? Mettlutlt 15v') ". 2y Mo..lrknd/ a .
J says: 1I..41..1t 1 ,... "Rotd e m. 2w
ters. aeology with Beat ley. watch Gene turned to him. "It cer- aD. '''' eol.a.riA' .
..... .... ... .In ,.
ore (ley.) -.2 ._t. lye '' .
P. G. looked at him, utterly at a tainly is late. Coming my way I have found nothing in the '.ro.',' Mall.IIi.. _I _0'. a PdYandtr ....-r) 1.JI'' Not.'I1I''III..' Iq. I ITPoYead.
put 20 year that can take the .. (w..,Ir) _I r.- 0 A.k. ..U/ l n
he beckoned .
America needs a revival of old- loss. Finally Terry I O'Neill? Plotorial ..Tt.w 1 ,... Patmld : : 1.JI'' rJ p..dleweNo ,..
time, ordinary, everyday, common closer. "As a matter of fact Idon't I "No thank you." place of Dr. Miles Anti-Pain ...." ...... FarmorBomaalie _2 r..... a 1I..tI.llorl". ,,e.oY . ltK' Q hYltryUlam.,, :/ .. Tyr
honesty. The lack of regard lor even know what you're talk- I Gene opened his lips, closed Pdl They art" a sure relitfor ass look Stoti. 1 I jwr' 0 -,., CanNslont 1.1 JI'JI''' Q Q .I.weea_. ./law. 1 yr
aT ,..,
property rights has grown out of a ing about. I don't like this trus ,' them then hurried out to Kay In I tny he d4ch.. Bout...... .".snilurtat _I ;'c 0 Ace, "' t.., 1.." a R..r'Afam, ,,.", I.t. lhW.aa.
... ,
lack teeship. I married the job. One the entrance foyer. "A Sufferers from Headache Tru. 1 c"p"" or _' s .
of respect for the authorityof very Wald y. 0 JOUfn at 3 M C t WIt,. 1",
the lhalt not statue's just like another to me." strange individual that," he com- Neuralgia, Toothache, Backache The iota r ,_uf RPla, 1"
Bible. "Thou 'Nt TE-CIat .... .I s. iollowtnr' a.u,... 'r..re."W f "a III .
steal" Is one of the Ten Command- "That's what I thought," Terry plained. Sciatica, Rheumatism, Lumbago, .1 f Tru Srory t/ yew .,.11. Only/ .!>. ..... 'tI eo.lhu.. ANisltmht. OegMdyy IaAfry Nq. 1 n
ments. God recognized: the rightto said precisely. "Very," she replied absently, her Neuritis, Muscular Pains, Periodic ante... .11.......
Nod.,. ... ..,. ._
i f. 1
Pains TwAce.rlaw
writ that have
own property. "Thou shall not Bentley laughed. "And I thought mind on the "individual" In ques they Gal riot
covet thy neighbor's wife nor bison used Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pill D"lIoo.'., I rw e I I

nor his ass" A man has aright trample upon the eternal principles tion."I imagine all archaeologistsget with better result than they had tide.Culnu.. yw

to own an ox and an ass, of right without suffering the a bit daffy in time. He dismissed even hoped for, GENTLEMENi t Enclose I ._-,, __ PI.4.. Send MD .

and no- man has the right to steal consequences. "The wages of sin Terry and smiled mysteri Countless American housewives OH.r No. 1 Q Otfor No. 2 a OHor No. 1 a Otf.r No. 4 .
what his The Is death. What men sow they ously. "I'won't be at Sheila's lot would no more thinkof
neighbor owns. wave
house l1 I am ehtcldn the 9.(ia.s tI...,... with a TOW'S sub.erip- .
dinner. to Connecticut keeping Dr.
of crookedness and dishonesty have to reap. Rome, Greece, and Going tiom (.
which Is sweeping this country is all the other ancient civilizations bearding Grandma in her den." Miles Anti-Pain Pills than without your papa. .

result of the breaking down of thought they were mighty enough She grinned. "Grandma hasn't Hour or sugar Keep a package Nam.Slr..l. .
respect for the old time standards. !to trample on the principles of got a beard" in your medicine cabinet and .

! The moral code was fixed by Almighty : right and win but Instead of tram- "You might go pick yourself a save yourself needless suffering.At iI!
God. It has always been 'pling on these principles, justice ring." He paused, seemed almostto Drug Stort-- 25c and fl.OOpuns LPw J

wrong to steal, to covet, to( kill\ trampled upon these nations. Backto be holding his breath. "Or don't I .
to commit adultry. The principles God! Back to the Bible! Backto you want m* to go to Connecticut Y-s"- -OA. ..... '-_ Tows sad Slat. .

of right and wrong hold. No the eternal principles! That Is ?" -P4.IN . . . . .
nation and no individual can I the need of the hour! Kay shrugged good-humoredly. .. m..r.wrw .. -

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? i 10

JANUARY I ,f yr. riJ'N

: Established let Jacksonville again bait corn j I TO CLASSIFY . .. .

r F MEMBER pl< tion/ of the missing Baldwin By nilSSELI KAT .. .. a e e 1 .
LORIEIA PRESS ASSOCIATION Yulee if' k In this Important high ..eretarrlPlertda. Pr... A.>n. SQUAWS
; f .
1935.l way.The Business :Men's Club of ; <,; ; -

t't'A,. -,- r.ptwa w 7l'Otf da. Starke ever alert to promote and And now'tMtl Florida Tax Revision wr Wi '
.' protect projects that are for the League has been pokln'
I "
k z t Published;'- Fridays and Entered' Second Class j j best Interest of Bradford County) 'round among the statistics again "
Weekly on ) c:( 1H" P 'E" CuzClb
j is negotiating with towns along and is all broke out in a fever on ?C( h
'.i,: Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida I|I the route from Fernandina to Ce account of: dJs(overln' that. while

| dar Key In an effort to organize a I the cOst of ke Pln' cows "contented" D MEN WNO wp CM
Vt L. Matthews_ Editor and OwnerSUBSCRIPTION | mammoth delegation to meet wit in Florida has Increased 404 o ; 7M MEDt'tnE RtVs

It.r :-- -. ---.- -- -- -- -- 'the State Road Department on per cent, the cyst of annoyln' our : : +
s IRATE January 27 and counteract the ef Children with an education haa decreased A I' "
I of the that Jack sixty-five cent and the .+ a V
feet delegation per
Ji. < p
i : :
b Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance sonvllle Is sending to fight the pro- League wants .to know how come .1.O"PiDD} \ f a;

; g't t Advertising Rates on Application our four-legged'dumh animals are MlfOJ.f l. :I : : f '

, i. .. -_- _.---.-_. ----- ject.Jacksonville can hardly be blamed more important than our two- S r j :
t; for opposing the BaldwlnYulee legged ones.Accordin'. 7H1: 'f ItrE M iIQG
; +b Big: stories from little gossips grow. road for there Is no doubt that to figures dug up by _

I 0 thousands of tourists each year the League last week the cost of MOOSE W
I, from the Eastern Coast of the. operatln' our schools from 1926- 'fNt;w* toRs sir '
I r ,;, First the NRA and now the AAA. What'll go next? I United States would take this 27 through 1933.34 has decreased /

o shorter route to reach the Wee from $20,362,67282 to the mere

I Coast of Florida, and would mill pittance of 'U, 3,336.71 in that
a Better let the tax collector tag you before the sheriff Jackeonvlite entirely period, while at the same time the

' e does On the other hand, It Is an important number of pupils cared for has Increased SQvAwSral
:'r'i I p- I' project for Starke, for an from 370,729 to 382. l0. a.aaaaaae
i entirely new class of travel would The League points out that the
i Hp The modern housewife feeds the dog and the cat out
i : even pass through here to reach the children of today are the citizensof r

i r of a can.f' West Coast tomorrow and contends that it

9 --_pIt The Jacksonville delegation will In more important to develop good
request the road department to citizens than, to produce better
isn't! work that kills a man every time. Often it is drop the Baldwin-Yulee road and livestock:: '' y x

''t, the mere thought of it. I concentrate on the cut-off at Max Maybe 1St$, pun Florida is to "

o vllle Into the city. This is a,good maintain hersupremacy, from the ,
project, also, since it decreases the standpoint of ,heifers on the high-
',' A sinking fund, we suppose, is where they hide the profits distance between Starke end way, we gotta spend more money t y

from the stockholders Jacksonville about seven or eight protedtln' ,our 'cattle* Just imagine

,) o miles, but It would not be the'ben- how 'we'd feel if we were to
eftt to town that the wake some fine and
l' our completion up morning
If community fails to pull together it will find itself
a ,
) t p of Road 13 would be. find that California or some other
outstripped by one that does. I The missing Baldwln-Yulee link enterprleln commonwealth could 'fit a.
I has already been held up long I point with. pride to havln' more '

until enough, by fair means or foul, i and better highway cows than we
A man is never old he begins telling you what a Bradford County should see that have. You gotta think of that.

I V' rounder he was in his younger days we are well represented at the Then another thing, the politicians -
\ '
o meeting of the road department on know that the only hope S .,
I the 27th and no effort should be they have of stayln' on the gravy- IS ONE OF N!;
:r During the recent lean years, we're afraid a lot of folks spared to secure the early com train depends on an abundance of w AttG65t C7F

; have over-developed the habit of leaning. pletion of'this'' vital highway. bull and baloney on one hand anda
------ flock of dumb voters on the other
a o A GRAND SUCCESS -so wny wouldn't they be liberal
,, A self-made man is one who saves up enough money to If anyone ever doubted that the with appropriations for the The picturesque GREEN CORN DANCES acts aa purgative, is started. During the drinking '

? make people forget who his ancestors were. Young Democratic Club of Brad livestock board and chlnchy with held each year in June by the Indians of Florida, the dance begins. In It, the Medicine Men

1 ford County was on the map the the schools? are the annual business meetings. Judicial measures join and all sing the Medicine Song. The next

D way in which this organization pi- If the school folks want more are In the hands of a council, which decrees morning they eat of the green corn. The day

, I We feel reasonably safe as long as the old Atlantic remains loted the Jackson-Day Dinner to money, instead of havln' "hya.I penalties for violation of their rules, and it I Is following Is one of fasting, and the next one of

, i between us and those European wars. the grand success that it was, I teric," they bught to develop a said that the death penalty has undoubtedly been feasting
I should be proof enough that it is nice epidemTfc'of "ticks" or "screw.1I"orma" .
o inflicted in the, past. Today, the Green Corn
livewlre outfit and to
'a ready
\ and then they could get
: It takes Christmas to remind a man that you can buy take the bull by the horns when support from the Federal government Dance is in process'of decay, through contact The JEWFISH It fairly common off the coast

b cabbage with cigar bands wrapped around it, the opportunity presents itself.It as well as the state and with the white man, and now fewer and fewer of Florida and attains an immense size, running
I might be difficult to get the county. attend. The above diagram shows the dance arrangement '- in weight up to seven and eight hundred pounds!

: oWe members out to a when of 50 when attendance It is the all
meeting Of course they might have to years ago WM largest of bottom feeding fish! In
. r resolved not to lie during 1936, but it's pretty hardto there la nothing but routine business wind, up by, drownin' every third compulsory The evening of the first day, the the Key West markets,' Jewfish steaks find a ready

run a newspaper without a little prevarication now and to be conducted, but when a child or plowin under a lot of ceremony of taking the "Black: Drink", which sale. It is of a dull greenish-brown color.
chance for real action
comes along,
then. third readers, but the Increased ap- _
they are ready for It.
ropriatlons> would more than offset -
0-- When the first plans were made I that. Jackson Dinner A IN FLORIDA

r{ We extend acordial, welcome to our new neighbor, F. R. the members of the club did not But if the'Tax Revision League
think more than or forty Rousing Success legal
t Pound the editor and publisher of the Union REAL
new County reservations could be aold, but by keeps on "dlscoverin' this and
I n 1 Times the almost superhuman efforts of that about the operation of our (Continued From Page One) Play slot machinesBet '

o the ticket committee and the state government, it may result in on on dog the racesWager ponies E S T A T E
lot of folks
of DemocratsIn a gettln' "educated"who Those holding tickets and those
i An author to write book the "Art of Bor ready response good nor< Chance on a cake
promises a on Bradford CountYr Union County are supposed to be and attending'the dinner were: IF YOU WANT TO

ing." Why bother when it natural to so people and the when that happens it will be "Pay- L BUY _SELL. OR, RENT
i comes many State Farm when the final J. J. Truby, C. A. Knight, C. L. Illegal ,

already? check-up was made, It was In'day on-'the >VVabash"I* and no fool. Stockwell, E C.: Long, N. Stern- Play bouts SEE US-

f o found that 140 plates had been re- berg Mrs. C. A. Knight, D. C. Kin- Gamble with cards
served. law W. C. Manning Mrs. W. C. Make WILSONREALTY
Parents have yet to learn their lesson. They labor all Those who attended the dinner But the school problem is sure Manning, W. J. Epperson, Carl Chances In at'poker a lottery

" their lives and live hard so that their children might have an realized that they were paying for gonna: prove a nice little "red wag- I Johns, S. R. Johns, Jr., W. 'P. CORP.

M.. time of it, more than a mere meal-It was on" for all these aspirin' candidates : Smith, Sr., W. P. Smith, Jr., M, L.I SO WHATTTarpon
easy clear to all that a part of the to ride around the state on Johns, T J. Griffin O. L. Beas- Springs Leader.Comparative .
1 -o- ticket cost was to go to the Dem- for the next few months ley B. E. McRae, Ury G. Sapp

President Roosevelt says that he now has the national ocratic National Headquarters Already several ambitious gentlemen J. D. Knight A.. Hartman, D. E.
campaign fund aa a contributionto are flxln' to "educate" voters Brown, J, E. J. Wainwright T. S.
( deficit under control. Wish we could say the same thing about Statement
the Democratic y Malnes J. W. of the
r Party. on the subject of "education" Thomas, Hal ,
,. our private one. The Young Democratic Club can I In the hope that when the battleis Townsend. C. B. Roberts, Mrs. C.

i. o well be proud of the Jackson-Day over there'll be a new name on B. Roberts II. C. Rltch, Mrs. H. C. BANK OF STARKE

: ', Dinner success, and each person the door that's now labeled "Superintendenty Ritch, W. R. Williams, Paul K. Ca-
, A snake recently seen in Brazil was estimated by natives
: '. whobought a ticket can be proud I of' Public Instruction nova, Jr., H, V. Saxon, A. S. Crews, From May 9, 1933 to Dec. 31 1935
L ta be seventy-eight feet long. But then they don't have pro that he has done a part toward ." Mrs. A. S. Crews: A.: L. Alvarez, ,

!_;4.. hibition in Brazil. the reelection of Mr. Roosevelt as Claude'Jones'of Arcadia, J. Col- P. S. Denmark. Mrs. P. S. Denmark
r, :t 0 President of the United States. in 'English' 'of''Ocala and W. H. W H. Hart Mrs. T. C. RESOURCES May 9 1933Dec. 31, '35 Increase Decrease
-e -- (Bill) Catell"' f Tallahassee are Chastain. C. E. Johns, Mrs. C. E. Loans & Discounts.. $128,639,34 996,433.12: $72,20622
I According to a statistician there are a billion dimes in KEEP THE LIBRARY anklln' 'round 'shakln' hands with Johns, A. J. Thomas, Mrs A. J. Overdrafts (Old' ).._. 148,19 90.94 97.29

i the pockets Americans. But did you every try to get one At last Starke'a public library parents, teachers and school board Thomas, A. Adklns.' Mrs A. Z. Co. & Munlc. Bonds.. 92.50000 92.600.00:

f."cuppa cawfee"? seems to be on a paying basis. The members ana It looks like Mr. Adklns.. L. L"< Conner, O. C. Register Judgements ._____. 00.00 3,886.59 8,886.59
I I' ?**.<. ..: librarian Is receiving her check Cawthon had better start some Mrs. O. C, Register Mrs. W. Bank house, Fixtures 7,1Soo,00, 7,1500.00
I i f 0 regularly and has been assured of real serious tralnln' if he wants to R. Williams H. C. Wall Mrs. H. C. Other Real EstAte_.- 34,181.20 34, 4.68: 364.48

i 1; Long ago when a mother said to "set the table" the kids funds for operating the project stay. in the ring with 'em. Wall W H. Smith Mrs. W. H. Tax Certificates held 2606.38 705.59 1,900.19

t t knew they Were going to eat. Now they know she's going to during the next four months. Smith Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs E. Cash & due from
' While It is not known definitely TUB PLACE TO LAND S. Matthews W. L.. Wall Leila Banks (Old) _____ 12,250.82 1,613.20 10,63262
, another bridge party. what will happen after this date Dea Andrews, Mrs H. C. Brown Cash & due from

0 i It Is believed that the project will As If North and South Florida J. L. Simmons D. W. Moore J. B Banks (Trust) __ 41699.71 59,406.00 17,706,29

I : Ho hum, nothing much in the news. After PresidentRoosevelt's be> continued If sufficient interestIs were not having enough strife Alexander, E. K. Perryman, W E. Profit and Loss__._ 19,156.01 00.00 19,156 01
'. shown by local citizens, and over the cross-state ship canal, Torode. Pauline: Torode, T. Frank Loss in settlements00,00 8,026.11 8026.11
t ? speech before Congress the Democrats clapped WPA offclals are convinced that disproportionate legislative representation Landrum Mrs. T. F. Landrura A.

'f t ,'c and the Republicans rapped Starke really appreciates Its library the American Eagle of Estero has Biggs, J. M. Alvarez J. B. Carlisle,
i 0 For this It is discovered and printed a historical Mrs. J. B. Carlisle, N. F. Guilford, LIABILITIES
reason important
11. "Women drivers are four times as careful as men drivers that lovers of good reading here account contending that Ponce de Mrs N. F. Guilford, J. M. Mitchell Capital Stock ______ $15,000.00 $13,000.00
after brief at the Surplus ___________ $28,683
4 Leon a glance
29,000.00 316.43 $
I r says an automobile expert, who is three times as big a use the library as frequently as Mrs. Edna Hart, Dr. O. L. Haynes, Undivided
St. cruised Profits.00,00
coast near Augustine,
fibber than if he'd kept his mouth shut. possible during the next four around Cape Sable and up the Gulf Oscar Andreu Arthur Hill, J. W, Stockholders Ret. FM 3,000.00 1,062.74 $1,062.74
months, and several weeks before Brownlee, E. H. Smith, W. B. Alexander 3,000.00
far aa FenaacoU Deposits (Res.) ____
coast probably ,
0j'i the time set for expiration of the C B. Price, Miss Mary 184,402.07 17 ,013.78 9,388.29,
We live in a hurry and die in a hurry, says a philosopher. project this community, by petition then returned. to what Is now Canova, T. T. Long A. Ii:. Wall, Deposits (Unres.)._ 41,699.71 59,406.00 17,706.29
known a* Charlotte Harbor- Money borrowed froDReconstrwtIon
We'd like mighty well to know when we'd reached the halfway or otherwise, should convince which be chose to name for himself Jr. B. Jacobs, F. F. Stump, Mrs. \
WPA officials that Starke appre- F. F.
Stump.. James H. Dennis
i mark so we cuold take it a little easier elates Its library and wishes to aa Ponce de Leon Bay. The E. L. Matthews Miss Hazel Mid- Finance Corp. ... 65.579.87: 6,913.28 58,666.58
', suggested preference for the low Stock Assessment
0 keep It. dleton Floyd Green S. L. Crews
er Gulf coast calls for prompt reprisals Collected ________ 00.00 4,000.00 t
I i- f "Just how much will this country stand for?" snorts an --o-- by St. Augustine's history H. Austin. W. M. Edwards, JohnH. 4000.00 1

,. editor. That's pretty hard to tell, but we've found out that READY FOR USE sharps.-Miami News Powell L. A. Canova Hubert E. $333,631.63 $264.712.23
has Priest. .
So far no very great use .V. B. Man-fill.. Luclan HA.aen
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., :,. :; it will sit d.own for most anything it.can. get. been made of the shipping plat S. E. Brewer, B. T. Saxon G. In addition to the above statement I wish to call attentionto

n4 g- form, sponsored by the Business the platform, which is doing no P. Wadsworth. C. A. Durling, M. certain Starke.facts that will be of interest to depositors of the Bankof
It will be
1 Men's Club, and built for the con one in C. Sweeney J. W. Home, J, L. noted that since the Bank was placed In
,_ The British "Who's Who" lists Dr. Dafoe in the new edition any good Its present state of my hands as Conservator we have operated at a profit of $1-
venience of Bradford County grower. disuse Peek, J. R. Wainwright, N. D.
Here Is
: a problem for 062.74. In other words all
but fails to mention Mrs. Dionne. It to that operating expenses have been paid
seems us near the railway station here.It those interested in the greatest Wainwright, Jr., Mrs. Mary O. Including payment of $3,482.69 to the Reconstruction Finance
she at least should have had honorable mention. : Is true that because of the delay I welfare of our county to tackle. Wainwright, Mrs. N. Sternberg, Corp. as Interest on money borrowed from them, all Attorney

,1, 0 in receiving some of the lumber -<0< Mrs Eva Fernandez, Edward fees have been paid, and many baCk taxes on Real Estate owned
t ,
fs j for the building, the floor has by the Bank
Bums E.
E. Burney, E. C. Priest,
6>. ; Straw: votes show that Roosevelt is more popular with only recently been completed, and THANKS, !MR. DYER Mrs. E. C. Priest J. L. Silcox N. On May 9th. 1933 the Bank owed the Reconstruction Finance

'.;h : 15( the poor man than with the prosperous. We notice, lit Is expected that some use of the L. T. Dyer, Union County farm D WaInwright, Sr., Mrs. Grace I Corp. $6,1579.87: and this amount bas been paid down to $6.913.28

., 1'- E ever that a vote from a poor man counts just aa much hOW-I building will be made during the I agent deserves the thanks of entire Wainwright, J. L. Vollotton, J. B. have this sales amount of real considerable estate and within collections pending that will reduce -
coming strawberry season. the next few months.
Bradford for Moncrief L. F Chapman, Mrs. L.
County the Interest
from his wealthy cousin. However PraCtically all of the Assets of the Bank the
t. the Idea to
: big that was are pledged<
\ he haa 1 1.
I taken In the welfare Chapman L. O. Sheffield, Mrs. Reconstruction Finance
I 0 In the minds of the business Corp secure money borrowed but as '
men I of here both L. O. Sheffield R. V Russell Paul soon all the
growers In the 56900.00 Is paid aU the assets will be available to
It l ill unlawful to trade mules after dark in Alabama except when they worked to secure the I administration of the AAA programs McLendon, M. E. Griner, Jim the depositors as fast as collections can be made

: in an established place of business. That law must have for platform It to as be an used FERA project, was and In' the promotion of Ritch, Mrs. H. B. McLendon, H. B. aboutTh315,000.00f Bonds two 'Increased
as a :
marketing cotton planting here. Although Mr. McLendon B, C. Prince, Ivan h a- the last ydarsthandthereais to
one time too
been advocated by a legislator who was stung center. So far this has believe they will increase
purpose not
been Dyer Is not 'paid by this county zen, T. W Shuler Mrs T. W considerable more within the next two
8 i many, realized although It has been and Is rendering his services gratis, Shuler, J. G. Godwin, Mrs. J, G. year With
o demonstrated In other parts of the he has always been glad to lend Godwin Bryan Whitfleld. Mrs. Ira work the Bank continued of cooperation of the depositors we hope to

r Nearly) every governor is accused of trying to help elect state of that vast such benefit marketing to growers centersare of his whenever assistance to growers here Corn Harold Prlester. N T. Green, ually pay the depositors Starke a out considerable on an unrestricted percentage basis of and their event'de-
needed and: has always Conrad Letsch, Elizabeth: Letsch posita.
y. his successor. But why, after four years of it, a man should truck and livestock.
promptly furnished this P. I
M. invite
newspaper Barefoot Mrs. P. M. Bare you to call at the Bank
t j; want to wish the job off on a friend, is more than we cans be During worked 1936 some plan should with Information on various foot, A. A Durden, Herbert Dur- ters pertaining to the operation of the at anytime Bank. and discuss, matt

\ r Bee out whereby the greatest matter of interest to this county den A. Bronke Mrs. T. J, Griffin. C. L.
benefit STOCKWELL.
4 might be derived from ,whenever requested. "
L. A Gray. Conservator Bank of Starke.

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