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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 9, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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DO Tt VOTE MONDAY OFFICERS FOR SCHOOL; END CARE IN LAST TAKE OFFICETUESDAY I 3.000 HIGH AND SCHOOLBOYS GIRLS $41.06 PUPILS'EDUCATION BAPTIST ENUMERATION CHURCH STARKE TO BEGIN,I\ ARRIVES IN .

TO BE HELPEDTo NEXT WEEK I

Two girls Irene Thomas and \
OV..3 Clara Mae Baker, who left their aid 3.000 high school pupilsIn I Workers from the various d..- STARKE

Apopka homes last Monday for Bradford County and the Stateof partments of the!! First Baptist \
Florida the National Youth Ad- Church will assemble at the close I
school Were
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for apprehended by Deputy ministration shifts Into of the morning service Sunday for
again action -
Appeals
Wall Sheriff W. E. Thornton Sunday City Attorney And Teachers Received Will Maintain His
as many schools: open In the the purpose of taking a religious
Support OfDemocrats about to their 11 o'clock homes a.early m. and Monday.A returned Health Officer State. I Most Of Com- census!' of Starke and vicinity. The!! HeadquartersHere

The popularity of this programof I city will be divide Into nine sections -
description was broadcast Sat- Appointed I assistance to high school and pensationLARGEST and a captain with a croup|
-- urday afternoon of the wandering college student Is evident from of workers will make a thorough

iKT QUALIFIED VOTERS lassies, after the mothers had silently PRIEST. CANOVA. HE AS- many quarter ATTENDANCEIN canvas of each section. The pur- I "STOP RECKLESS DRIVING -
PUBLISHED OCT. 23 waited for more than a week LEY pose of the canvas Is to secure the I
ARE NEW CITY studJhts ROBERTS WARNS ;
flj I for their return. The mothers DADS College will receive a MANY YEARS HERE names of Starke resident and ,
maximum of 913 month, and -
per
With October 10 the deadline for I sought police aid by radio which T. Frank Landrum, young attor- high schol students $6 per month, Bradford Countlans pay $41.06 their religious affiliation so the! ; John L.. Roberta, state highway
watering to( participate in the resulted In nabbing the girls by local ney, and elected mayor of Starkein enabling them-to pursue their I to educate their 1003 pupils. In the local church might determine the patrolman, arrived here thia week

I wember 3, general election, coun- authorities. the recent municipal election I studies which would otherwise be county public schools, It WAS revealed possibilities for the Sunday school and will make hie headquarter In
, and State Democratic leaders The mothers, widows who came succeeding Dr. W. E. Mlddleton, Impossible without this assistance. in a statement from the office I which, is embarking on a programof Starke for an Indefinite period! of
i making a last-minute drive to for the girls Monday declared to was inaugurated In office at the It is Initiated that each student of Superintendent A J. Grlf- i enlargement. The church will time. Ill. arrival la the first and ',

e1; the ranks of Democratic vot- local authorities they would en- city haU building Tuesday night.Dr. earn the money received by per fls. I greatly appreciate the coopera most Important step In a campaign .'
A lighten the ways of their daughters Middleton was not a candidatefor forming such duties as are desig- The year saw a transportationcost tlon of Starke citizens as they arbeing to atop reckless driving on

B. C Wall, Bradford County suvuor so that they may find the Houseof re-election. nated for him by the principal of of 12581.37 or a cost of visited by these worker the highway In this county.

of registration, yesterdayJJBOunced Education with less difficulty. Mayor Landrum elected without the school he attends. i $6.59 per pupil for the complete The last religious census, which Roberts will ride Bradford and
that final determination They Intimated that a dose of opposition brings youth Into the Joe A. Youngblood succeeded R. term. was conducted two year ago revealed Union Counties and will also spend
and quailed "peach tree limb" would be givenat ,, that the Baptist Sunday part of his time In Alachua, he
registered political chair C.
4 the actual as mayor, being one Beaty an State Director for The cost 'Of Janitors
lights, wa-
intervals the school possibilities were 403. At aid, lie stated his In
: voters will not be known for during day. of the youngest mayors of this Florida on September 15, 1936, Mr. ter, fuel and other operating purpose be'X X
( that time!! only fifty per cent of ing here Is to stop "reckless
the
until after Regls- city. Beaty returning to his former duties -
afford penses were set at $3,009.07 Grlf-
the number had been enrolled In ing, driving when intoxicated and I.Imprlt'r I.
mtlon Books from the various dls- GlENSEEKSSea In a statement yesterday Mr. at the University of Florida. fls said which serves for the entire the Sunday School.! automobiles."
::Icu are delivered to him here Landrum said: "I pledge full co- F. A. Scott is charged with the 1936-37 school term. Teachers in The( lighting on said his
October 10. A list of to the supervision of N. Y. A. In Brad- Bradford] patrolman policy
tturday. operation city of Starke, the County will receive compensation will be ti warn motorist at
sallfied voters will be published IslandPROJECT city councilmen, and chief of police ford, where a number of students of 60664.51 for instructing "SCHOOL"Board least one>time but every to arrest second

:the Telegraph within two weeks and his force never tiring in are employed. pupils In both high and offenders. There Is little likelihoodthat
liter the second Saturday of Oc- an effort to make this city a bet- I grammar schools. This includes anyone will bo arrested for

jber which Mr. Wall said will ter. place in which to reside." Instruction to both white and negro Meets speeding unless he Is also driving? Y4
be In the October 23 edl- MAY ATTEND '
/notably Other newly elected officials pupils. I recklessly, Roberts said. The speed
'co. were sworn to office at the Tues- One of the most successful terms limit for trucks Is thirty miles an
ID a statement Issued here this ASKS FOR FUNDS TO day night meet of the City Coun- "Jubilee 'Day"OCT. of school In many years is anticipated MONDAYAPPROVE hour, and the patrolman warned .

nek Supervisor Wall sent out a AID GROWTH IN cil. Following the meeting a din- I by the superintendent, about twenty Wednesday night, he ,
)M to all Democrats to come out STATE ner, honoring the new officials was which is off to a good start In the said. They will be arrested If they

ri register and be ready to served at Light's Filling Station. I 24 county In both white and colored PENSIONS make a second violation
,nit 'We have sufficient votes The Works Progress Administration Talks by Mayor-elect T. Frank schools. A decided raise In FOR FIFTEEN
lend Bradford County well in Is,, cooperating with Congressman Landrum, and Chief of Police A. teachers' salaries was made by the
'j! Democratic column, and aid Lex Green and others L. Alvarez were made, as well as I Board this term. WIDOWS DEMONSTRATIONHeld

victory for the entire Democille interested ,In the growth of long others present. JOHNS. C.REEN.AND. The Bradford County High Al; .
the United staple Sea Island cotton In the establishment The Bradford County Board of
ticket all over HAZEN WILlJ
I Those attending the dinner were: School opened here Sept 7 with a .
5ilei, If only the Democratic vo- of cotton growing projects T. F. Landrum, A. L. Alvarez, Benny GO record attendance of 747 pupils Public Instruction met Monday in Brownlee'sFARM
!mwlll! register, qualify and come In Florida. About four years Paul E. and the off to the County Superintendent's office
Sapp, Canova, E. C. system was a good
d on November. 3 and vote," Mr. I ago Mr."'Green persuaded the Sec- Priest, O. L. Beasley, W. M. Ed- Congressman R. A. (Lex) Green, start within the next week, which at the the local court hou.se. All membersof and
retary of Agriculture to furnish a body were present ;
m declared. wrads, N. D. Wainwright, Jr., and Senator-elect Charley E. Johns, has been a month ago. This attendance
seed W. the following business was adminIstered -
few bushels of this to F.Love'
Preildent Franklin D. Roosevelt]i Austin Winkler. and probably RepresentativeelectFred record was a slight increase
ntdved 1,317 votes In Bradford of Trenton. Mr. Love grew Messrs. Priest, Canova and Beas- Hazen will attend the "Ju- over the preceding year, : 1
taty in 1932 general election, the cotton In Gilchrist' County and ley are newly elected city councilmen. bilee Day" program designated by 1933-36. Mrs, Tulley Norman was given COUNTY AGENT: AND "
toast 210 for Republican candiUa this year'tt Urge quantity Is being Gov. Dave Sholti for Saturday, permission under conditions to FIFTEEN, FARMERS ;. '
produced In central Florida. It Is Oct 24 In Tallahassee when Florida send girl in 7th grade to Starke
to figures rebut -
according yesterday by the State believed that 800 or 900 bales will I celebrates the fiftieth anniversary Services At St. Mark'sThe School.! ATTEND

be ginned, according to the congressman' Hollingsicorth Named of her constitution.. Board agreed to pay one-third of AartT.: \.
I Rev. Mr. Newton Mlddleton, County K. McClane
I announcement. F. C. Hollingsworth, well known I Governor Sholtx proclaimed the Rector of St John's Church, Jacksonville expense and church two-thirds of with the cooperation of the Screw ,
Iprn from Secretary of State In response to Green' recent real estate man and former ownerof "Golden Jubilee" Day for "cere- will conduct the service Improvements( at Rising School Worm-Adminlstratlon held demonstration t
communication to the Washington should the cost to be In
It Cray the Hollingsworth Dairy, has I monies and celebrations which will I and preach In St. Mark's Episcopal prove proportion at J. M. Brownie. ,
of the WPA relativeto with benefits derived.
Hoover's vote In 1932 totaled headquarters accepted appointment to representthe fittingly/ honor the authors of this Church, Starke, on October 11 at farm last Thursday October 1. '
!tI 170 In Florida as compared with this project. Green was yester- Federal Land Bank of Colum- constitution and do credit to the 11 o'clock. This Sunday will be County Commissioners and About fifteen or twenty cattlemenand j
11I,303 cast for the Democratic day advised the following by let. bia as salesman for their farms in great and happy people living un- I marked by an exchange of pupllts School Board visited Starke School farmers present, ;

Met when President Roosevelt ter: Bradford County. Mr. Hollings- der its wise provisions." In city and country churches with view to obtaining first hand The demonstration was In charge "

ni elected by un unpredlcted I "With regard to a project advocated worth announced this week that i The constitution, drafted at a throughout the Diocese of Florida. Information( as to the crowded condition of J. Milton Brownlee, Jr., Acting:
:udjlicle Responsible Democratic)I I by the growers of Sea Island many farms are for sale here at I meeting In 1886. was ratified by : The smaller churches will be benefited that exists In the school! District Supervisor of Screw worm I.

Men believe that the State will j,' cotton In Florida, a check of low prices with convenient interest I the people In the general election by a visit from the gifted Widows Pensions were approvedfor control, and Turner Boyd, District

!miln Democratic In the Novem- our records show that a project terms. The position was formerlyheld Of 1888. -. clergy of large churches; and It Is the following: Supervisor, from Levy County.

3 election by a larger! major-I I application, Identified as Serial by Joseph Wilson, real estate "For fifty years," Governor hoped that city churches will receive Mrs Cecil Rafuse Mrs. Alice Horn-Burning of calves, whichIs

ty','for they explain that there are ,. Number 10123, which provides fora dealer in Bradford County farms Sholtz said, "Florida has operatedIts a new vision of sincerity and Thomas, Mrs. Amanda Raulerson, the use of a hot Iron to burn the
study of Sea Island cotton In -_..--- earnestness from the more Intimate Mm.. Ida George, Mrs. Lizzie
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"rcs more votes now than four government under the provi- tips of the horns down to the skull
"W ago if the voters will regis- your State, has cleared this office Court House RepairedThree sions of this important document, pastoral relation In the town Tompkins Mrs Lula Edwards, halting their growth, was demon
:/a. and 1 Is now being examined and reviewed demonstrating the wise counsel, and country, Mr. Middleton is a Mrs. Estella Hlnson, Mrs. Leah strated. Also the use of Emasotilutors -
in the Bureau of the Bud- carpenters were busy this and of talented speaker, and an Invita- Nettles, Mrs M J. Fogg Mrs. W.
forethought 'patriotism shown. This In the use
was
!In Bradford
the June 23 primary get, preparatory to transmittal to week and last re-shingling the those who brought this constitution tion Is extended to all to( be prevent H. Dell, Mr. Cora Strickland Miss of an Instrument which do-sexes
County Democrats 1985 strong I wish to assure court house here. Only decayed ,. '
President. Luvenla Bar
the _. -. ,q Floy Thomas, Mrs
into
bearing. bull and stud colt without"breaking
waa calves
arched: to the In the pre- broken torn half off t
polls you that every effort will be madeto shingles, or ker, Mr, Carolina Warren,
*cti and piled a surprising replaced by the new { "Florida's commercial, agricultural Mrs'j the skin. Consequently'there ,. :
up see that this application received are being The bagpipe origin Is unknown. Viola Strickland. .__
ajority. for State and county of fl I final action as soon aa possible." slate squares. and industrial progress during -.-- la no screw worm Infection. I \
I this era has been characterj !*- Horn-Tipping was also shown.

irtWithout a doubt, as It has In the j ed by constructive development not Jf'OId Man Upchurch" Had A Limp I This I I. the. use of a heavy cutting '.J'
ut, Bradford will go strongly I Florida Heifers' Rights On State I excelled in any other era nor in Instrument which cuts off from a

Jmocratic, along with the rest _' I any of Florida's sister.States." half to one and a half inches of ...



I INSPECTORSCOMMISSIONERS A pioneer, well known In bygone; ;;;; what phases of the moon the different The county agent announces that
CATTLE Doe the well-known Florida have sought a fence law but the days, was "Old Man Upchurch.." crop should be planted, there will be a similar demonstration

!V.DAY heifer,,have as much right to the Legislature hasn't done anything NAME EIGHT He was a surveyor during the early hogs killed and hen set; and for In Lake Butler Friday Octo-r\ +
highways as the automobile and about it. The State Road Depart- CLERKS. AND TWENTY- settlement of Baker, Union Clay. his skill In curing bots, sand and her 9, at 9 o'clock, at the Charlie

TO> BE HELD IN GAINES- driver?. Foolish it may sound to ment doe alt it can by putting up FOUR INSPECTORS and Bradford count**, wandering colic In horse writing letters and! Robert farm which I I. located
VILLE some but OCT. 19 AGENT cattle raisers bet'ethis week revealed I "Open range," the signs read: Clerks and Inspector for the out land* boundaries for the bosaeteaders. h* wa held a* an oracle bythetmpl Creek road. Those of you who
McCLANE SAYSarty : "Million of dollar wouldbe : "Beware of cattle. November 3 general election for He carried a small com settler folk. missed the meeting/ at Mr. Brown-

.: Agent T. K. McClane, spent purchase wire if all Southbound motorist are likelyto the eight precincts of Bradford '| pas and a "Jacob's staff" for its Those who had Men this old lee' and who desire to witness this J. ..

Mmounces a Feeder Cattle cattle were on a close range"-an- encounter their first roving cat- County were appointed) this week support, a hatchet for blazing history maker In life, are now all demonstration are cordially urged I'

v. to be held at the Central other "It would soon depreciatethe tle In South Georgia or South Car- by Bradford Board i of County trees and making stakes, and fn gone; but thirty years ago, or so, to attend.
feeds Livestock Auction Mar- value of the native herd, If olina. Georgia State law gives focal Commissioners. one boot he had a timber scribe for they had many tales to tell about I .

< Gainesville October 19, 1936. they were kept from off the highways option to communities and as ,' They are as follows> marking the latter His measurements him, and all to his credit. One of .TRAINING SCHOOL i
t l 18 hoped to> bring the cattle that they cross often to obtain few as fifteen freeholders may petition Precinct Lawteyf T. T. Blackburn were 'r made by pacln.more .--- their anecdotes i la the following: I

**nd the cattle buyer togeth- grass from a fresh 'burn' and get a militia district to I clerk; A. M. Blanchard, J. liberal In the mornings, when Lawyer L. B Rhode and Dr. Sol AT BAPTISTWILL ,

ta this day and start a feeder patch In autumn. Still another- take loose livestock off highways t:I i M. Reddish, and Cecil Whitehead he was fresh than later on when' Newaom met on a road southwestof BEGIN MONDAY NIGHT

iie movement that will grow "Cows, heifer, bulls and little and put them behind fences. Most Inspectors. Precinct 2, North he got tired and took shorter steps Lake Butler. The doctor had NEXT WEEK, AT
'd benefit the cattle Industry.W calves should be pushed off the of South Georgia Is a free range I I' Starke: J. F. Klckliter, clerk; J. His surveys were good enough for In his wagon a side of bacon, a CHURCHThe
t McClane points out that If highways and placed In a hole or but North Georgia Is pretty well !' L. Conner, R A. Newsome, and H. ,' the times when each holder had sack of potatoes and an eight-gal-

II bave feeder cattle for sale, behind wfre fences ao that a motorist fenced. i I H. Young Inspector. Precinct 3, more land than he knew what to lon Jug full of syrup, which he First Baptist Church will
"A" 18 a good place to dispose of might pass down a highway L. M. Cantrell legal counsel for Ii I| South Starke T. N. Kendrick, do with and when timber was con- had collected In lieu of money for conduct a Sunday School Teachers'

** a fair price. Also. If you without stopping every ten yardsto the State Highway Department In I clerk; R. L. Thomas, J. L. Underhill sidered an Incumbrance rather medical service. Col.! Rhodes Training School beginning Monday

II1t In abundance of feed and ( shoo" off the road a contented South Carolina, said a pistol-toter and J. D. Bowers Inspectors. than an asset. I stated that he had Intended to go night at seven o'clock and continuing ,

looking for steer here is a fine looking animal: that care not how who became enraged when his I i Precinct 4, Graham: F. T. Abernathy The old surveyor was of the I to the Dukes settlement to buy through Friday, October

to find them many live' it costs annually." machine struck a cow, and shot clerk; J. A. J. McKinney woods-" ged I in:. the_ wood," a* the four gallons oC syrup, for a donation 16. .
ibis j Is a The 1934 livestock record shows down the whole drove of ten, did I John Surrency, and H. D. Waadln I distillers have It; long hair coonskin to a candy-pulling, but he Mrs. J. F. Vagt, former superintendent -
't lot a Feeder cooperative arrange-be- that more cows roam the road more than any one thing to encourage Inspectors. Precinct 5, Hampton: esp smoking wild vanilla might as well get It from the doctor of the First Baptist t
Sale
Cattle
Extension and than any other animal including owners to keep their herds lB. Y Saxon, clerk W. H. Jones, R. leave HI*, countenance was a* But how to measure out Church Sunday School 'In Gainesville -

Centre Florida Livestock Service,Auc- horses, mules, sheep, pigs or goats. behind fences. There's no specificlaw I L. Brown and Mr. Minnie Johns I dour a* a cat-faced pine and his four gallons? The lawyer had a will teach the course using
Market The record gave 532,000 head of in the State against wander- ; inspector. Precinct 6, There_: 'voice BOunded like the night wind five-gallon Jug In his buggy and as her text, "The True Function
J arrangement with the hope that cattle loose in the State, a* com- ing livestock Cantrell said, but A. L. Sullivan, clerk; Ida Hagan, moaning through a hollow cypress the doctor an empty three gallon of the Sunday School" by Flake.
",41e will serve the pared to smaller numbers of other there's a general State law under : B. L. Hinson and' Ed Sullivan In log; yet he was as cheerful as a jug| and a funnel and that was all. Two forty-five minute class pe-
11. \ other words Central Flor- animals reported above. which patrolmen operate. spectors. Precinct 7, M. F. Wig- : redbud tree in full bloom. He Suddenly the lawyer exclaimed; j riod will be conducted each night.
-J8 step this is a con- The record released recently | Alabama tried to pass a stock gin, clerk; G. W Andrews, C. C. twisted the point of his moss-like Here comes Old Man Upchurch. ,I I The first period beginning at sevj .

be SerVice on' the part of the Ex- : Florida-bound tourists mayas law In 1935 but the Legislaturevoted Butler, and J. J. Thomas Inspector beard to the left, because the grainof He's used to cross-eyed figuring. i j en will be followed by a fifteen
1 4 in cooperation with says well know the worst-a cow has it down overwhelmingly. It *. Precinct 8. Brooker: R A. ] twisted trees always turned to Let* ask him." I i i I minute recreational period, the second -
"yak Industry to further the I much right to the highway as did pass an act requiring registra- ; Weeks clerk; A. B. Surrency, J. V. ''I' the left, "ag-ln the sun" Just Ilk. The case being stated to the period starting at eight and

fc"" I as motorist has and the bovinedoesn.t tlon of sales of cattle as a move : Edwards, and J. M. Mott inspec- the north star He was very religious oracle, be gave It as his opinion !. concluding at eight fortyfive.This .
500(1 ""jr 19 at Gainesville will be the know the rules of the road. to break up rustling. I to rs. I and attended church service that the problem was. as easy to training course Is not to lie
Place for cattlemen to meet, range. The Texas, associated most popularlyIn > --. -- .-------- at every opportunity, without solve as to fall off a log. "Fill the confined to the teachers and officers
Is an open '
__ I Florida livestock census reported the public mind as a cattle coun-, To Vote On Slots regard to sect; and he was never three-gallon Jug full and pour It I of the local church, but an invitation
1934
'rb.Lfgin"T Meet iy.000 horses 40.000 try, requires that cattle not be al- j Commissioner at i happier than when he Bat, eyes Into the five-gallon jug," he began.A I I. extended to every Sunday
there were of cattle (only lowed to roam a highway "If there j The County shut In ecstasy, head swaying, stout negro servant, along with school teacher In the environs
head 1 checked [ I
tHrV Jona-Langford-Whlte : mules. :322.000 of October
), 42- is a fence" along the right-of-w their meeting singing "Here I will raise mine the doctor( did as ordered. 'of the New River Association topartklpat.
*" t Oct Legion Post No. 06, will 103,000 of them milk cows In the An Increasing demand for fencing slot machine petition turned Ebenezer,"" or, "There 1 Is a happy I VFIll her up again and pour Into .. Those not actively
19 of
.k niui to elect officer for I 000 sheep and 408,000 pigs has as was! reported. Still, cattle, hogs over to them by Supervisor land, fah fan away" For his probity the five gallon Jug what he'll hold." engaged In teaching but interested
year, It announced I I State and every one of them H. C Wall and found d
waa
Reek the visi- and other llventock are occasionally Registration he wa* much respected and That done, he proceeded; I In Sunday school work, are urgedto
yN'DWalnwrlghtI I much right to the road as found wandering the State roads they contained a sufficient number beloved, and for his ability In fore "Now empty five-gallon Jug I I! take advantage of this train.
*ber meeting WM hel ,! tors' limousines and flivvers. and local sentiment was said to of qualified names to place the weather, advising In Ing. A hearty welcome await all
lack telling
,e hut due to of st- Various Chambers of Commerce, make enforcement of the law dif the question on the General Election -( still to be found, and (Continued Oa Page Eight) | who will come.
Cham- were A
Junior 3. they
State
ad elecUoQ: of officers )i ie. especially the ballot, November
lot I
ma I ber, and the Insurance companies, ficult. ,

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PMn: _ _ BRADFORD_ COUNTY_ TELEGRAPH._!: !_ _STARKE._ _FLORIDA_ _. .._ ___ FRIDA" OCTOBER ,,
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tliJM BRANCH WOODLAWN BROOKER EVERGREENMrs. I. A lid for cooking utensils has I I New In vegetable ltt" ,. LI., .

RISING been invented on which is fastened ,, brlds combining features ..
A. Roster Correspondent
F. ot
.: Mint Edna Lewis, Correspondent Ml"** Elizabeth Harnage. Cor. Mm. A. J. Yarbrongh, Cor. )Mia Vera Galney, Correspondent. a crank operated potator masher, I ion and garlic and tomat,, .?:;'

to be beaten to
enabling potatoes
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Goodman MIoceHaiWMMM Shower Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier and per.
Mr. and Mra. Felix Sapp spent a creamy consistency.
spent the week-end with Mrs. Sunday at the State Farm with Misses Juanita, Geneva and Mr. Mrs. W. M. Harrell and Mrs. H. grandson spent Sunday afternoon NOTICE OP Et.ECTIO\"

Mary Driggers. I Carl Hilliard were visitors to N. Baxter entertained at the homeof with B. E. Rosier and mother. NOTICE OF ELKCTIOX, WHEREAS the .
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw. Lelrl..la,
Starko Saturday. Mrs. G. B. Colaen last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Kllery Redding of I WHEREAS Writs of Election! are 1935 under the COnlltltuu" ,ur
Carter of .f
Russell
Mr. and Mrs. Miss Ellen Johnson of Graham, Issued. by the Governor of FloridaIn of the Stat. of Florld .
Hellbronn Spring epent Monday Miss Edna Johns was visiting afternoon with a miscellaneous the State Farm, visited his mother : accordance with Section 467 of Joint R..aolutlona propo.t did, Pn-,

with Mr. and Mr. H. H. Lewis. ,Iia spending this week here with her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs.P. shower honoring two recent Mra. H. F. Redding Friday night.Mr. the Compiled General Laws nf FlorIda menu to the Constltuti, ,"II ''5
Section 898 of the Revised General State of .
Ancel Norman. (

her Mrs. Florida
sister and th N"'I .
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby ..peutWedne.daY B. Johns of this aectlon. brides: Mrs. Guy B. Harrell and and Mra. J. Q. Rosier and Statute: of Florida) and pursuant agreed to by a Vote of tin, .:'

In Theressa with Mr. Mrs. H. Keene and children. Rudolph Chlsm who has been In Mrs. V. L. Harrell. children spent Sunday at the State to Article XVII of the Amendments of. all the members clii.".e., .I
Vanlce and Dorothy spent Charlie to the Constitution of the house; that the votes ,..
Harley Farm with Mr. and Mr. "II
"j
Eddie Sullivan. Games and contests were enjoyed Unled States, vacanciesIn ResolutIons
and Mrs. the CCC at Lecones Mills, Pa., returned announcing were entered
part of last week with Mr. and Walnwrlght. the offices of the United States respective Journal UPr
brides
after which-the displayed with
Miss Ruth Lewis spent Thursday home Friday.Mr. 'h-
Senator occasioned by the death of and nay thereon
Mrs. D. I. Knight.Mr. and
night with Mr. and Mrs. Russell and Mrs. E. E. Yarbrough their many beautiful gifts to Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rosier and Honorable Park TrammeU and Hon. termlne and direct that they ih"dl"

Carter at Hellbronn Springs. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and chil- I the guests. children were visiting Mr. and Mra. orable Duncan U. Fletcher and designating Joint Resolutions be subnw* .
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. attended "
Kersey the first Tuesday after the the elector of the
of dren and Mrs T. N. Norman anddaughters Refreshments of cake and lemonade Leslie :McClellan State
Felix Sunday.J.
Mr. and Mrs Sapp the association Friday, Saturday first Monday in November A. I>. ral Election In November"n.\1 .'

Gum Branch spent Saturday afternoon Helen and Dorothy, and Sunday In Baker County.E. were served. E. Rosier and son, J. E. Jr., 1938 aa the time for holding an election NOW THEREFORE; !' R ,\ ,-':
to fill said vacancies, and Secretary of State .
the of Mr. and Mrs. of tie, < ,,
r
with Mr. and Mrs. Leon were guests E. and and Leslie McClellan were visitorsto WHEREAS, the Governor has delivered Florida, do hereby glv. n..ti, .. ,
Yarbrough Charney Il
Conner. Leroy Norman, Sunday.T. Birthday Partlra such Writs of Election to
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Yarbrough and Doctors Inlet Saturday night. the Secretary. of State, GENERAL! ELMTIO\
Mr. and Mra. Wesley Heraey, of N. Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. O. E. McGauley entertained THEREFORE Not lea la hereby will be held In each
,
were business visitors to Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Redding lounij '",?, ,
Jacksonville spent Sunday after F. M. Norman of Vanderbilt sec son last Thursday evening with a birth given that an election to. fill the Ida on Tuesday next su.........*:,"i
Monday. and daughter of the State Farm, vacancies. In the offices of Unlt..dStat.a first Monday In Novemhet
noon with Mr. and Mrs.. H. H. tion attended the sing at Jackson honoring her daughter I the \ u
day party were visiting his mother, Mrs. H. Senator for the unexpliedterm said Tuesday being th
Lew!!,. ville. Sunday.Mr. Miss Lucile Johns spent the Jeannette on her thirteenth birthday of Honorable Park Trammel, I THIRD Day OF NO\ '
F. Saturday afternoon. :inr:
week-end with her Mr. Redding deceased and for the unexplred term
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter, of and Mrs. W. R. Kersey, Mrs.E. parents Games were played and refreshments + of Honorable Duncan U Fletcher, !1 for the ratification or r. ,. .

Hellbronn Springs were dinner E. Yurbrough and Mr. and and Mrs. E. C. Johns. were served after deceased will he held on Tuesday, | the log amendments said Joint Kesoluti.i., ,, ,' "I, ,
to
PINE LEVEL November 3, 1936 In all of the th -
-
gueHts Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Vance Johnson and daughter 'I
Mrs. A. J. Yarbrough and son wards. Many lovely gifts were counties and election precincts In of the State: of Florida. \ ;, .

Bert Shaw. 71y
Misses Melva and Dorothy Crosby D. r. Knight Saturday. her niece, Mrs. A. J. Yar Mrs. McCauley were: Mrs. TESTIMONY WHEREOF, Proposing to Amend Sen ;.
i, E. Bowers of Starke, filled I have hereunto set my Article XIII of the <'"", !,
Ruth and Ed. I'
.Vera Lee Irene Thursday.
brough "
Mrs. W. F. Harnage returned Russell Green, Mrs. Roy Green, hand and caused the Oreat the State of Florida 1 H:.. "I,!
na Lewis attended the party at teh his regular appointment at Pine Seal of the State of FlorIda Provisions for. .
and and Mrs. G. About theK. 'I i
home Sunday after spending the Mrs. Lottie Kersey son B. Colsen. Level Church night to be affixed at Tallahassee Unfortunate land -?
Sunday
home of Miss Eulamae Dyal of M. Ramp and daughter, Dagma Pea- twenty-five guests atended. the Capital this !
Mrs. B.
past week with Mr. and Be It Resolved .
Sampson City Friday night. Mrs. E. H. Lanier IsU\ at her the Fifth day of Septem- IIr The I.PItI.,
McRae. cock, and Cliff Thomas, were visitIng home here. (SEAL) bvr, A. D One ThousandNine of The ,State or Florid. I

Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey. }Hundred and Thirtysix That Section 3 of Art. '..
Mrs. N. Mott entertained Wed
An overhead track and trolley Mrs. Lena Gasklns and daughters : The many friends of Marvin and of the Independence the Constitution of the St u.. "rts,rl

system has been invented to facilitate Thelma and Gertrude, were Sunday.Mr. nesday evening September 30, Bundy will regret to learn of his of the United States Ida, relating to Provlsl.'.- r,,
and Mrs. Fisher Gaaklns the One Hundred and Six Aged Infirm and ITnf.., .
of electric tools In with a birthday party honoringher II
the use Malting Mrs. D. I. Knight and death Saturday In a hospital in ty-first Tear. and the same .Is her.-',, .,,,.
factories the track the were visiting her grandparents, son, J. R. Many. and as amended Is ... ,
carrying 'arnlly Saturday afternoon.Mr. Palatka after a brief Illness. R. A. GRAY.Secretary :iiti. current. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey Sun- of State. shall be submitted to the :.. t
power and Mrs. W. R. Conner of Miss Vesta McRae spent Sun -25-5t-lO-23 the State of Florida at th., ,r-x, ,

Starke, were visiting Mr. and day.Vance Brookrr "". Luwtey day night with Miss Verna Phillips eral election to be held i 'ihH
Keene, of Cross City was The Brooker Diamond Ball teams 1\OTI'FJ OP APPMCTIOV: Tuesday after the fll'M"' i ,)it
Mrs. Leroy Norman, Sunday. : visiting In Woodlawn this week at Sampson City. FOR TAX IIKKINpnate > November 1936, for iimfi I ,iti t.<
went to Lawtey Friday afternoonto Mr. aud Mra. L. L. Rushing were ( Hill i'm,,. 1 3NOTICK >>> rejection ; said Section : .f.
Ancel Norman is spending this meet the Lawtey teams in their IS HEREBY GIVEN, XIII as amended shall i.' ..I i
end.Mr. Miss Fountain
, week at Canal Point the guest of I and Mrs. W. R. Kersey, Mrs. first for the Both visiting Myrtls that W. P. Smith holder of Tax: Certificate lows:
game season. Friday. No. 143, Issued the 6th day "Section 3. The .. .
ri"-i '' I" "
and sister Mr.
I.I" his brother-in-law E. E. Yarbrough, Mr. and Mrs. team showed good sportsmanshipand Friends of Leo Starling are gladto of September. A. D. 1932. has filed ties of the State shall 1"\, .id., ,

I" and Mrs. Harvey Edwards. A. J. Yarbrough and son were visiting played good The resulting same In my office and has made application manner prescribed b) lii-\ r "i.]
\ games. see him home again after spend for a tax deed to be Issued I of the Inhabitants wh.. ii\ ""a

' Mrs. D. I. Knight Saturdaywho scores were: Boys 10-0 In ing three months In CCC Camp in thereon. Said certificate embracesthe age, Infirmity or mlnf'"n.,",.,,
) Is 111. following described property In have claim ,
seriously
BOATDRAtNUrn. favor of Lawtey; girls 10-10. We upon the ixl mj3'
1 Tennessee. the County of Bradford, State of pathy of society
; ; proli'd.' I I
A crowd from this ;
.' large section are looking forward to playing off Florida to-wit ;
Z. Z. Griffin, Correspondent : the Legislature mav t e'
attended a social party Sat- this tie at a later date. South-West Quarter of NorthWest provide for a unit,.. i II. SMI.*
fit John Che GRAHAM Quarter of Section Ifi!, system for such bencfI'-! i,. d ,
urday night aer.
Township 7 South, Range 21 prlate thereto l I" '
Remember services at China I E. C. Johns and son, Clyde, were The many friends of Mr. and M... I. C. Smith, Correspondent East, and containing 40 acres general money law shall pi .1 l I.i m IK

Grove Church next Sunday and business visitors to Jacksonville more or less. to any person who -i I i '
Assure You Sunday night. All are welcome. Mrs. R. B. Raulerson and childrenof Mr. and Mrs. Norman Johns of The assessment of the said prop been a resident of ml,. -' i
W. Monday. I Brighton, will be Interested to erty under the said certificate Issued Ida for a period of fl\
Members are especially Invited. Gainesville, and Mrs. George Con- was In the name of W. M. Par tlnuously next prece.-d i
W MORE MILK! learn that they have recently moved way and little daughter Millie k..r.Un cation therefor. nu i th.I'?
Arnold Grlffls was visiting Mrs. I HAMPTON to Brooker. Mrs. Raulersonwill I...." said certificate shall. be redeemed eral law provide for i '

MORE MILK INSURANCE"II Robert Jones and family Sunday.Mrs. I Anna of Palatka spent the week- according' to law the property person solely on UCL 'IIhas i' ,
and children Miss Ad. !1\Imn..., Correspondent be remembered here as Miss end with their mother, Mrs. C. described therein will be sold to not attained th> 'IK' .
the biggnt new we've had In Ralph Galney Pearl Galney. the highest bidder at the courthouse five years; Provided i i I
Come visited Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffis, Fogg.H. door on the first Monday In where by any law" for
a long lime dairymen. R. W. Brannen of Lake Butler visitor 1436, whichIs ,
P VVaadln was a to the month of November States, a lesser or dl" I
,: In and let ui tell you all aboutit. Sunday. J. G. Lamoreaux, of Ralford, spent part of last week here with the 2nd day of November 1934. of residence, age 01 "' /. i )11

milk and Albert Grlffis and Harvey spent the week-end with his famIly I Starke Monday.Mr. Dated this 16th day at September, h" fixed In order foi, I -f
You can get more here. friends. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot of 1936. Florida to rwrtlclpat. I In
feed good old reliable Cow Chow. lainey visited Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mrs. H. P. Gainey and children OFFICIAL SEAL) oral grants that. mlffht) "

Hogan of Lee Lake. last Tuesday. The Rev. Mr. Stanley, of High I Starke were visiting relatives A J. TlIOMASClerk such puipoiMJS, the .."If'' II
co.t'I and Mrs. R. M. Gainey and daughter .
at extra
no here Sunday.Mr. of Circuit Court prescribe s\ oh reqnlfcltlsenshlp
C. A. Grlffla was visiting In Springs, will preach at the Baptist of Bradford r'Urldat anil -"I.
Eloise, motored to Lake But- I of County t>M" i. "
and R. T. Osteen
Gainesville: last Monday. Church next Sunday morning and Mrs. 9-lft-6t-10-l be consistent with ndfllct I
ler, Saturday afternoon. Brooker were visiting at the bedside with such Fedei.ii I i \ '
A evening. At the close of the night -
--- Please remember: The P. T. A %|llproye4 June 4, I I"" ,
Sur-
of their Jack
service the church will choose grandson. NO"rno1 App'i.triViov
a I'
SAXTONMr of the Brooker school has Ice
f -,
pastor for the ensuing rency, Monday. "'OltX 1):1, .-;:=:
\". A. 'I'J I... ('on..p..nd..t year. cream for sale every Saturday afternoon -I C. returned Semite. Kill !%o"Yn.'l: >
L. Smith RRSOi.TrKProposing
Mrs. Hilda Griffith, of Miami, Tuesday NOTICE IS HER BY; GIVEN1. That A JOINT '0
at the store of C. J. Crews.
Elbert Tyler returned home Is spending a few weeks here with from visiting relatives at Wiu- C. H. Clark holder of 1-3 of Tax: I an Amenilmeti'' < '

I, after the Benefit, your self !and the school I dermere.Mr. Certificate No. 202. Issued the 6th VIII of the Conntltut;, .n,,
t,. Thursday spending past friends and relatives.J. day of August. A. D. 1928. has filed State of Florida Helut-: I''
PURINA three months In Norris, Tenn. R. Hodge who has been In the by eating ice cream. and Mrs. F. M. Griffin and same In my office and has made and Counties.

r rI f> application for a tax deed to be issued Ret It Resolved Br The legThe Unt
Mrs. R. M.
Arthur CCC in Wasdin
cawSISTRUNK Swanbom attended the Bogalootm La., returnedto were shopping thereon. Said certificate em I

I CHOW ball game In Gainesville Saturday his home. SUNNY BROOK FARMMrs. in Gainesville Saturday. "1nthhf.'I1&: : fy described prop.erty That the State following of Florida Amvndii,

afternoon.C. The Seaboard Railroad Company O. E. Crosby, Correspondent Sabbath school has been organized State of Florida, to-wit of: Bradford I I Article VIII of the fguptiluj

C. Sumner was visiting In will in the near future erect a at the Baptist church by the Lot :S Block 2 Plnehurst Development I I the le State of Florid/ l'.taUve_
and counle4!! to bi nil
Lake City last week. large water tank near the Union Alton Moody Pause Away pastor, the Rev. Mr. Hemingwayand Rang<5U 2J East!:.n 21, Township S South.-. KfVUZn! \ ITS oT'sMKi Article v

Miss Bessie Tyler spent part of Depot In order to furnish water Alton Moody, 21, died In a is progressing nicely. Every The a."IIh'hi. > /: the silld pr;u' ..n-\ sltJtU the same be submitted Is hereby to aflfthti tit[

last week with Miss Hazel Thomas for consumption of trains and other Gainesville hospital last Thursday body ia invited to come and be one erty was under In thd the! said certificate Issued tors 01 the State at the' t
of Unknown.
\' of Starke. railroad necessities.The after a brief Illness of appendicitis. of the number.Mr. Unless said Certificate name shall be r.. Election W W* I CrJ"hsld on MUM tlVTuesday '"

Rev. James McCullera, pastor Mr. Moody was a native of Brnrt and Mrs. CUranCtf Melton deemed according I to law, the property November after A. D. ISiS fIrst for ratit1. [
Rev F. F. Hutson Is described .
therein I will be sold
I' spending of the Tabernacle Baptist ford County living all his life near of the Waldo section, Attended to the highest bidder at the courthouse or rejection to-wlf:

FEED AMI SEED CO.STAKKK this week In Cleveland, Tenn., Church, in North Gainesville, and Long Bridge. He was a son of Sabbath school Sunday. door on the first Monday In Section 10. The Lea-iK.'tfl/ !' /
where he Is attending the Churchof the month of November 19,18, which have power to establish :A
FLORIDA Rev. A. J. Turner, were visiting Mr. and Mra. O. B. Moody of that: e I I. the 2nd day of November 1936. abolish a Municipal I corpora*
,
Cod Assembly there. here this week. i se.; 'lon and a member of the Holiness Injections of moccasin snake Dated this. 23rd day of s.pt.mber'l" be known as the City>' Kef,
193 1. extending territorially tbr
Church aod was a devout venom relieves persons suffering (OFFICIAL kt7.) the present limits of 1\I"n": >"

Christian and husband. He has a from persistent nose bleeding. ju.. MttilMASj' ty, In the place of any .1 i II
I' __ Clerk of Circuit, ('...ul'tI ty, district, municipal and >110'
---
-
large host of relatives and frlendi II of Rradfor'a CountFlorida' ernm' 'nt boards, hodielii

, who mourn his death, He Is survived At one time a Boston, Mass., ordinance 9-25-6t-10-23 cers, constitutional .n I t.I'
I legislative, executive Judl lUmlnlstratlve
by his widow, Mrs. Alton stated that It was an offense and shall "' -icil'

Moody: three sidall children find I to use a bathtub without the xoTirnNotice jurisdiction powers dntlo*
FORD DEALERS Is hereby given that T, Mrs.Reatu function of such municipal'
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. R I advice of, medical authority. Itrown as guardian of Cor atlon. its legislative .-x Ill'

Moody; three brothers and one sis delia. Brown :nnvi11h Brown Jr., dlclal and admlnlt.tra'1
OHDKIt OK. lU.ICVriON AMI minors I will day oI October. meiits and Its boards >> ter. Bud, Fernie' and Seeber Moodv I, M>TH i.: TO .t.'Pi: Ut.I A. n. 1936, apply to the Honorable fleers: to divide the .

and Miss Leona: Moody all of Long I THB 8TATK OF "'LOHIUto.: R. E. K. Perryman County eluded In such municipal!' 1
I P. Klichln and Mm. H. P. Kltchln, Judge of Bradford County. Florida, ordlnate districts I and n I'I'i
Bridge. hi. wife each. of It F. D. No. 2, for authority to sell at private sale ) just and reasonable xyxli
He was laid to rest in the McKinney I I Hox 65. Thrva "Springs, pennsylvaI the one-ninth undivided Interest be- tlon for such municipal" .,
USED .. .. .. I
CAR CLEARANCE I u : ............ w n .. v, av.". ....... .. trlcts; and to fix the.. llabli
SALE Cemetery Friday at 10 I (JRKETINOSi: !, : Take notice that a minor In and to Lots 1 and 3 of such municipality and iii,

o'clock beneath a profusion of I Hill of Complaint ham been flied In Block IB, Livingston Tt':'Iy* Com Bonded and other IndibtidnIstlng '
circuit Court of Bradford County any'" Addition to Tcwn of Starke, at the time of ttu .,',
flowers. The funeral was conducted I Florida In Chancery, against' you Florldn, WH of NEVi Io"rE1 Sec. 28. ment of such munlclpallij C
by the Rev. Mr. Killings- I and each of yoU In that certain Twp. 6 S R. 22 East, 'fO enforceable only airalnst' V
rw cause therein pending wherein The County. Florida. theretofore taxable then'fc.
__L worth and C, C. Butler. Federal Land Hank of Columbia !I. I Mrs. Keata Brown, Guardian. Legislature shall from, Mm ,

Plaintiff and you and each of you' 9-25-4C-10-18 determine what portion' >fnlclpallty ii
Card of Thanks I I and alNO 'red J. Pattee and FannieH. I Is a rural ai ..a.
\. ) Puttee hi. wife J. M. Yants and homestead In such rural .,'roo
., We wish to thank each and every Stella' Ynnt, hlx wife, and Federal( "OTU'''' OP EI.P.CTIOVTo not be limited as If Ii '
the Sheriff of
Farm Mortgage Corporation: de- Bradford County.of town. Such municipality ,ia
one who were kind and are .
so sympathetic the State of Florida:
'I, fendantM. cease No. 637, to /orecio.epIaintirfa else all the powers nfl 11
to us during the recent Illness \ mortgage an a ftrHt and Be It Known. That I. R A. Oray, corporation and shall altnlscd .._
of the State of Florida. do
and death of our dear husband prior Lien Mtiperlor to the title, intrrrst secretary I I as one of the legs' I'
hereby give notice that aOFJ"F I .
'
and U.n of each of defendants division of the State with hand
son and brother. We also on the following described ." \L F.r.F.r./ obligation of a ."im>

wish to thank you for the beautiful property In Bradford County Florida State Will be of held Florida.In Bradford County.. I shall be entitled to all tho!
on Tuesday nextsucceeding
to-wit: NW>4 of NW(4( and I rights and privileges. In. ludiresentatlon "
flowers which were given. May SWV4\ of NW\4\\ and NWfc\ of SW'e \/ the first Monday In No-. I In the State I-'V'
f ( I .4'L )1 'H vember.
A. D. 1938. the sold
Tuesday
,' !" ,,, God richest blessings rest on each ( See. S, Tp. 6 Mouth Range 22 being theThird which would accrue to 'r if
Kant also commencing at Northea.tCorner a county. All properts .it
and every one who thought of us of 8W(4( of SWVt of said Sec liar .of !Novemtier County and of the mum. IP"
For United
f States Senator from the
Is our earnest prayer. May God tion. Township and Itange and run said county shall vest U '"
.- ,. Went 210 feet South 1320 feet, Rant State of Florida, for the 2 year nlclpal corporation wh"i. .>.'
1 f bless you all. 210 feet, thence North 1320 feet topoint Fletcher unexplred term. of Duncan U. ed as herein provided. The .>f

,,1' I isk1 : .. Mrs. Alton MoodyMr. of beginning together with I I For United State.deceased.Senator from the the Clerk of the CirculI11"
the abolish
tenements, hereditament, and be
t and Mrs. O. B. Moody I State of Florida, for the 4 year Sheriff shall not
.
appurtenance thereto belonging' the pl..e"
w % t4 ; ; Legislature/ may
.. ., and family.Mr. THEREFOUE. you and each of you I ::: r'dl.t."J'.m of Park Tram. time when and the m..tli
,c -. 'I are hereby required to appear to For which. such offices shall band
5 1' seven (7) Presidential RIector.
aid Bill.. uf CnmnlnlntII.H, the compensation to e
'- -'- .
For One Representative of the Second
and Mrs. Nick Norton, of agalnet you at the office of the such officers and may vent i
Congressional
District of
Clerk of said Court at the county additional and dull'
powers
: Tampa, were visiting her brother cnurthoune In Starke. Bradford the State of Florida In the Sev county office shall be atoll
: County Florida November 2nd enty-fifth Congress of the United consolidated. another'
on with
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. States.
19JK otherwise the allegation of without provision
R. Hal lop Saturday afternoon. aid bill of complaint will be takenan For ida.Governor of the State of Flor. performance making of all State dill,

J. R. Kelly spent the week-end confefln by you. Bradford For Secretary of State of the Stateof or hereafter prescribed b> ''a l
County Telegraph a duly qualifiednewiipaper such county
In Lake Butler with his family who published In ald Florida. performed by herein 01
SEE county Nothing contained
YOUR FORD DEALER IN October are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie I la hereby designated a. the newspaper For nf Attorney Florida.General of the State feet Section 2Q' fll ATUoleConstlUUolt TI'I'
I) In which this notice shall be Jf
of) the State
\ Driggers.Mr. For Comptroller of the !State! of I Ia
puMlithed once each week for four
; Florida. except as to such provlKlonn
Here ia your chance to gel a fine used car or truck'any malte and Mrs. W. R. Haislop and conNed ,live week This September30th I For Treasurer of the Slat of Flor. relllt'J's regulating. th< J''

or model-at the Fred. Mra. H. B. Fate US.A.. J ida. I uti..* of any /law
special prices of the Nation-Wide Ford *" son. Brown THOMAS For Superintendent ofPublic: Instruction i c..r.o summoning and imp.'
Dealers. '
Cleric Courtof *
of Circuit
Brown. Mrs. Louise Ward. Miss grand and petit Juries '
of
October Clearance the State nf I lor Ida ,
Sale. Bradford County, florid for J.-un
and taxes
Neta Kelly, Mrs. O. E. Crosby and' KNIfJHT KNIOHT For the Commissioner of Agriculture 01 poses collecting and to regulating. the f
State of
Florida ,
You owe it to yourself to see the amazing values Font baby attended the funeral of Alton Htarke, Flia.Attorneys for. Plaintiff. for Two Justice's of the Supreme compensation of county. B''r.law .
the
eslablljabolishIn
: dealer ia offering during this) your Moody at Long Bridge Friday. eOFFrctA, 5gAL) rot Court.One Railroad authorizing* of such Munktl'ipnratlon
October Commissioner
great clearance Bale. Come Mrs. F. M. Norman Jr., and 1 0-2.tt.lsOi4 the Stale of Florida.- of Brtrsoant to tnir

early and get your pick. Remember that every R & G used car and children of Vanderbilt were guestsof ("RC""T ('ot'RT fT **n fortBRtltPOKft fof Htate Senator for Fifteenth SeW' shall become, operative by a majorityqaSlified ofuntil '
atonal District atpproveil
truck la backed by an absolute money-back her mother, Mra. W T. Crosby IV 4'O'-\TY FI.OHlUt .., Florida.r'or :, of the. ."StatS of : electors p ,rfi I"!pa:.Ja
f HAItKRVrMABKL
u"
guaranlee-and the v election held In cain : .
only one Member of
Saturday night. the ffous r of
place you can get a R & C used car or truck, is front Ford Mr. and Mrs. Hildln Dunkleywere Complainant MAKSIIAM. I Florida.Representative. of the State of I so long1' exists as such under municipaltlon' thl* SC.l I.

dealer. your vRonnrrrr.. IV'OnC}:.: .amend )
Your visiting her slater Mrs. A, S. Pol1 County JUdge legislature! mar
present ear
may more than cover the down-payment. : a MARSHALL, For Sheriff. i I the law authorising the jar'
i Lowest Crosby Saturday afternoon. Defendant For lout referendum to the quail
Clerk of
the
prices, easy terms. Iout miss this Nation-Wide OR..t: Of/ pvnr.u'e'rio'e: For Circuit Court. ers unless' th* LegislativevM r ii
Mrs. A. H. Johns County :
October and son, L. M. I "O''I(''-; TO .\PPKtll.To Assessorof Taxes: amendment;:
such
I Clearance For-Tax ? for
Sale Collector' na
of Ford Dealers. Used Car ami Trucks. You will Caine,. of Starke, were visitingMr. idence Robert is unknowns H. Marshall, whose res For: County: Superintendent of Pub-* tension shall provide for
; save money and a ",. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby Sunday It I III ordered that lIe Instruction. endum.Approved'.
pet genuine !'- ui a Hue used car or truck if afternoon. I required I hereby to appear on November you are For County Surveyor.. JUn t': l S

ou will see your Ford dc&lcr tc 2n; Miss Nona Brown returned home Court to the Bill of Complaint Three Members of the County wmpll
Board h'Totes.. I" <
of
filed' against you In the above enti Public Instruction, Cfs' ..
Sunday night after spending the tied For Justice of the Peace In and for said proposed amendment!
caune: on September 30th. 1936 30'l
week-end with her uncle and aunt and the Bradford County Telegraph: the. following Justice VI.trtcta. canvas, declarations subjetdsame :
, Vl
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Moody. of Long I I In hereby designated a* the duly N o. 8..I! thereof regulations shallbe and :"*.las

Bridge.W. I qualified shall newspaper be published. In which once thinOrder For Constable In and for the follow. arc provided by law, F.."' ,Jr''

A WHITTENSACK R. Haislop I. confined to hi. week for four consecutive weeks. a ing N.",.. Juntlce 1 District. Vl.: Slectione In TESTUIOSY the "State' f WHf
; Witness hand and this IN ,
my seal
of
-
'- : GUARANTEE home recovering from injuries re- thin Court at Stark,. Florida, thin hereunto In Testimony Whereof, f have I ha. h.reunthand affixed O

celved when he fell from a trailer 30th.. day of September. A. It. 113. set my hand and affixed and the Stati '< I
the of
OKr'ICIAl 8RAL.) Great Seal of the Seal ,
'II4
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gntntltLlL STAFF Home Science Class I K0\ SCOI TS OK. XMED.KM'KLLENT: -

CHIEF LE \DKKS New School Bldg. Best Speller Chosen -
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: Elects
OfficersSection
rr'l MA FUGATB I Now In Sight Seniors Write Biog. !
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\ :!.' ;: The \
Boy Scouts have sent in ELEMENTARY ECHOES ]
I.'fEH.\RY EDITOR B of the Home Science their registration blanks and ex- ;"; I t
Monday afternon about two Ethel the best
Classes Taylor speller -
began their
HEMINGWAY work by elect- pect this to be one of the most '
)t I\RTlLE Ing the following Class officers: successful years the Boy Scouts o'clock. Supt A. J Grlffls accompanied in the Senior Class. She hasn't

SOCIETY EDITOR President-Rosa Mae Rowe. have ever experienced.So by the County School Board misspelled! a word In all English .
KILLINGSWORTIISPECIAL and several of the County Commissioners work since school began this year
Secretary-Callie Herring. far they Just have nine
n.oJtIED boys 6th Grades Finish
but made a tour of Inspection This proves that the seniors are Sixth Grades Present
Publicity Chairman they hope to have more after
REPORTER Louree of the Bradford High School studying harder and have broadened
Howard. they get organized.The Assembly ProgramThe Study Of Spain
JUDD
LOIS building to observe overcrowded their vocabularies to the extent -

-- -.- Monitor-Lillian Moseley.We Scout committeemen are as conditions to determine the need that they are making success

LE D-\It OF EVENTS are studying two books follows: Congressman Green, :Mayor for additional rooms for Instruc- ful progress in their English work. two sixth grades had charge The sixth grade geography
c. Landrum Mr. Joe
October -Six short periods which are, "Health Essentials" Mr. Harold Wilson and\ The senior have done splendid of elementary assembly last t week lasses have Just finished study-
cay C. Wall. tion.Mr
Mr.
and will dismiss at noon. taught by Mrs. Carpenter on Mon- Hall is chairman of the John Stafford Crews and Mr. Carl work on simple narration since They presented an Interesting program log Spain In a very interestingway.

County Teachers As- day, Wednesday and Friday and G rat ton troop committee Prevatt represented the County school started. Each member of which was begun! by all ring We have kept up with the
fgadford Cooper !to
oclatlol1 at Z p. m.yoaday "Home Hygiene and Care of The Assistant Scout Master acting Board of Public Instruction. the class ha drawn a name and ing America This was followed war new In the! papers every day

Columbus Day Pro- Sick" taught by Mrs. Hickok (our Leon Gray is Scout Master.and Mr. Messrs Rosier. Conner and Thomas written a biography of a classmate >v the flag salute and the Lord's and have located all the cities men-

seventh grade. county nurse) on Tuesday and represented the Board County We are publishing two each : Prayer. tlonf'd.Ve have. found out all we
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f"lm by Thursday. We have a scrapbookfor Commissioners Mr E. W. Hayesof week. They have proved to be I Gertrude Davis recited a poem. could about the! people and the

I\Itsday\ Seventh and eighth. each text book and are collect- LAWTEY SCHOOL the local Board of Trustees also successful in this line of work. Just a Little Thrift Song.' Then country. We have read a book i
glee club (temporarily) ----- .-- --- Anderson favored us with 'The Twins," which
grade Ing pictures, poems and mottoes NEWS accompanied the party. Virginia Spanlih we

I'IP' Club meeting. that will make our work more In- They found the building crowdedto Basketball Season, a song "Would You." liked. It was a good story also '

\l'edDesdH\ Girl's Glee Club 6th I teresting and easier to remember capacity and an urgent need of The two sixth grade history told us many things about Spain I '
Honor Plans AnnouncedThe
period We have twenty-one enrolled. The Kofi of I intey School! seven or eight additional rooms to lasses then staged the piny "The Now we are beginning a studyof II

ciee Club 7th period. + requirements are as follows: I I"A" take care of present ne-ls. Cave Children" which showed how Italy. ,
. Boy'S Commercial Club on deportment and on three I boys and girls have Joinedthe people lived long long ago. Ida '+- --- J
>abnilav 7th period.ydda" B. H. S. Journal Club subjects; not lower than "B" on Mr. W. {'. Manning, chairman of teams They are raising. mon- Lulu Davis, ns mother Joe Andrews Society;; : j

meeting\ whole holiday,-Dis- Has Weekly MeetingThe any subject: no more than two tar- : the Board of Public Instruction ey to !get the ball. They will begin Jr., Iher son to whom who
dies ind Principal L. A. made a
met; r, ,,There Association In ; and one absence. trip to Tallahassee last Gray Saturdayto practice Tuesday.The was telling the story; \\"anllJo'I1Y Those attending the Florida-('it- j..

Calm' ''1"1'' B. H. S. Journal Hub met The following pupils made the interview the Mate Superintendent's boys are scheduled for a merles \Vliltflcld. Freddie Wimberly. Comer adel football game laat Saturdaywere / / ,
honor roll this month; first grade be and Michael Dew na Denmark Miriam \
Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 of Intramural games to Perrymun : S. d. (7uv.
: o'clockin office and confer with the
adford Hi Contrast I IB' Mrs. Long's home room. Allc-an Starling and Earnest Wells; State School architect concerningthe played between sophomores, Juniors cave children. A leopard skin und Lillian Moueley. Phillip Mantissa. '
fourth grade Clarice Rosier; fifth and seniors. Them games will acme Mexican pottery were used Frances Leo Peek, Katie Fuffitte. J)
Mrs. Long led the discussion on grade RV.. Mosley and Geneva possibility, plans, etc.. for Anew begin October 20, and last unlll) In (the play Mr. Grny then made Virginia Fugate, Edna Pt-an'i. I''

1 'r KIRKLAND the duties of a reporter. Severn! Rigdon;; sixth grade, Edna Edwards school building for Starke and Novt'mberThe: boys will play 'some announcements and we paused Billy Powell Put Hlshop. Artrord )j

lark) ,1"l', of the best schools juniors volunteered to help get I ; seventh grade Marjorie Bradford County. first !game; away from homo November -' buck to our rooms. Brown, Jack Underhill Albert Lee

tl pun, car attended. By this material for our' B. H. S. Journal.J. Thompson 'lco Norman and Vera Mr. Griffis reports that he Is 12. Mr.' Howard said "We I Ida Lulu Davis, Repot tl'rt'lrI'li Crosby, Rudolph Quarrels Win- !

Joe'! '. it. iiist in subjects and T. Kirkland was asked to Mae Wilkinson; ninth grade working hard on the proportion wll change from a slow-set system --- ---- +- -- fred Hazen Arthur Hwanhom Billy ,
the business write an essay on the difference and hopes to see It through to completion -
>p1eait, .1\ the way Gladys Garrctt. to a fast-break system und ,.-() nn; \UlIJ'; N1:1'M Plummi-r Carlton Ohastain
,!ftih'',,,"'>,1' .'ho clubs, and differ- between our Hchol with the one he Soon other delegates will mill emphaxlro formation more Myrtlce Kllllngsworth visited inCainenvlIU j

organ/ d",I''ns are carried on. formerly attended.It Parents are urged to attend the go to Jacksonville to confer with than we have In the pant." Miss Adklnii, Teacher Sunday.Dot lIt 1

'!je h, .1 ., h">ol that I attended was decided that the B. H. S. P. T. A. meeting on Friday evening Mr. Pynchon and other Federal officials The Girls of the Basketball Our home-room Mothers him Bishop spent Sunday in }

tot pace anyone the chance to Journal Club would meet everyTuesday October 9, at eight o'clock.; concerning arrangementsof Team meet In the 10A room todayat been chosen for October and No Jacksonville.
mihffrrnt clubs and organi- afternoon at the seventh bondH. etc.Attendance. : vember. They nre: Mrs.' C. II .,
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2 o'clock to discuss matters
weal'e and Mrs Francis Strickland was In Gainesville -
receive -- ------.- Price Mrs. WhltfleUl
yepe when you your period for discussions and suggestions Miss Lucile Plummer entertained confronted with. Mrs. Heasley

\/ ule .it; was certain fixed sub- We would appreciate the eighth and ninth grades Prize Won will be our' chaperon and the coach C. A. Kuti-h. Other Mothers wit Haturday.

tJ which volt are required tot any suggestions any one has to of- with a weliu-r roast, at the L w- has not been selected yet. he asked to nerve during the rest I Jean Davis, wan visiting In Archer ;

,required periods. It doeslvr fer for our page. tey City Pttik, October 2, at seven By 11 BAnd 12 B of the school yeiir. These Mothers Sunday J9!{
Some of the girls that were at with our' teacher W IBS Adklns, W. S. Rivera was in Graham, 'f
'.'"U the liberty that this o'clock. i
: The club Is of the
composed the meeting were: Grace Arwood. ,
with Mrs
met at the State Farm Sunday.
aol I gives in choosing your cred- staff class und senior -- Prices were won by Mr. h wvard's -
reporters Mildred Brown, Km Edwards, Lola WhltflcM last Thursday' to discus .... + .
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and clubs. Lawtey girls' and boys' diamond eleventh grade and Mrs. Cnrpl'nter's -
students who InterestedIn
high are Judd, l.>ola Norman, Beatrice .
this month plans for raising money to buy "HE .\I It AND MJIJAIIE"
bull teams Brooker twelfth grade
Friday
which Is beingd this work. There about played on -
uothei thing are
Lillian Elva Lt'eJtPt.hllah. ,
Moseley, Moseley It
books for our room library. was FIFTH tlltADE MOTTOAt
school which October 2. The girls' score for having the highest attendancerecord.
this was members.
d twenty
Marie Hinson, Skeet TI- decided to Hell candy and 'ooklr1sIt
was tie, and the 10 to 0 in class meeting :
i a itressed In the former isjurtesy a boys our regular
son, Donhla Smith Marzle Howard, reCE'RSLnd noon for one week.
to one another." Cour- favor of Lawtey. A penny Is paid by each student Zell Wednesday afternoon, the class 1"
Youth Of Yesterday Hazel Brown, Alberta Hlnson,
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first aid kit is Different -
Our growing.
li one of the most Importantthat when he Is late or absent. These f'olllns Melba Clemons, Vernle voted on motto and chose "lie

could be taught. Cour- Youth Of TodayOur Wednesday afternoon, September pennies are collected by the chairman Phillips, Etta Fay Dyal. Harriet children are to bring supplies : Fair And Square." We expect to

first 10 yourself, to your 30 the eighth grade presenteda of the attendance committee Benson for It. We will soon be reiulv : live up to it every day.

r. and to your fellow-stud- youth of today is missing play called "A Southern Tonic" Florled Killlngsworth and are ---. --A-_._- to take care of any one who get Wo have been studying Columbus 't',
by Maude Hickman. The scene inlaid used to for the class hurt while at school.
buy prizes and are going to write a short
much of the real Joy of achieve- GOOD !MOTTO !SELECTEDThe '
lone schools teach more of a ment that the youth of yesterday In the Southern Mountains of having the highest record In attendance 10 A class held a clans meetIng We have a small globe bank and play to use In assembly on Discovery ;:
Tennessee, where a widow will put all of our pennies in It !
dtty!\ of subjects than this school experienced. Everything is made poor and decided on their motto Day. \

there is one subject which so easy for them. He rings a bell struggles to give her children an A book of poems entitled "A which Is "To Have A Friend, Be A When the bank is filled we. will Last week we drew and colored

na! bave that we should and and a maid brings him a glass of education. Book of Happiness" was presented Friend" We are proud of our motto have a vote and decide what to buy pictures of sunflowers in vases.

to have and that is "Home water. His father's library shelvesare In chapel Friday to Mr. Howard's and we are going to try and follow for our room The best were selected and put on

:nornlcs" Home Economics Is filled with books which he Those taking part In the play room and a potted plant to Mrs. it. Gloria' Price's picture In Art wits display. The only test paper that

ottbe most Important subjects scarcely appreciates. If he had were: Christine Cutshaw, Lois Carpenter's room. Zell Collins, Reporter. voted the best for last week and received one hundred was Eloise

' In their school Johns, Elizabeth Phillips, J. C. was put In the class scrnphook. Bullock's) .
rife girls career had to walk miles for a book, as We expect all students to cooperate --. spelling paper.In
tarn It gives the fundamental Abraham Lincoln or Benjamin Prlngle Pansy Prevatt, Eat elle In this by paying their pen- NE\\' MEMBER: OF FACI'LTY Oleeta Green brought two pretty connection with our geography I

''itti in borne making and taking I Franklin had to do, would he not Austin, Evelyn Prevatt. nies so that better prizes! may be A new teacher, Miss Virginia I pot plants for our' windows. we have studied about the

n tf the home. have more appreciation of that awarded the class or classes who Maxwell, was added to the faculty Everyone looks forward to Fridays national parks of our country, and j

Ew Economics is a subject book? I feel sure he would study Preston Whittfeldt says that have the best records this week. Miss Maxwell is when we have a spellln have quite. number of pictures of

ddb required for all girls in that book eager to absorb all that lightning never strikes twice In --.- from Versailles, Kentucky She match. the parks on the board.

97 Ugh schools before they can lit contained. I sometimes wonder the same place, but you can't say "fEKf..UISF.lI; f." will teach Health and First Aid' The best spellers for Inst week] Donnle Mae'Thomas has moved r

State Any girl is being cheated if It Is possible to produce any that about Mr. Beasley.The and General Science In the High Ilarrell. Gene N'1 back to Gainesville! so we have one ;
were: Bryan ( gel
let t given this course In school. Abraham Lincolns now. The 12 A class had charge of School. Later Miss Maxwell will pupil lean. We were sorry to lose '
Roberta Whltfleld and Carl Crum-
However, In conclusion, I want AAA students may go over the assembly program this week. take over one or more classes of I her '
':.Y that Bradford County High William Elleny Cnanmng; "hns but I'm afraid the CCC and the Oleta Smith announced the following English and Spanish. pier. I Edgar Wilkinson brought twelve j

written a paragraph entitled, My D's are going to stay. .. After the good talk and picture
!lie of the best balanced schools program: -- ------- -- books for us to use In our room.

II.IIe South. Symphony. 1. A song "The Star Spangled FIFTH ilttllE MEWS on birds that wax given in chnpcl'l' Olin White, Reporter.Mrs. I

-.. "To live content with small Mrs. Hill: "Give a sentence using Banner" The Lord's Prayer, and Mrs. Howard Teacher we wrote short stories Hart, Teacher. l

'! means: to seek elegance rather the word resignation." stu- Favorite Bird." Here are three of --- -----..
TTDEXT OOVT. the Flag Salute, in which the The fifth grade elected officerslast :
r.\CTLT\ ,\ than luxury, and refinement rather Louie Lee: "I own a great resig dent body took part. week. They are as follows: our best ones: ; icl'4'rJ ) NEWS i

OItOA1IiIZEU'1 than fashion: to be worthy, not respectable nation." favorite Illrd ."
to Student 2. "Santa Lucia" sung by five PresidentMonteen Warren. My Mrs. Klncald, Teacher ;
Jacb splendid and wealthy not rich: senior girls: Margie McMillan Vice PresidentGeorgia\ Gllpln by Curl Cnmipler We have been very busy collectIng "tj\

&fog to be reorganized again to listen to stars and birds, babes Robert Rosier says "If the fellows Grace Arwood, Beatrice Moseley Secretary- Ovlda Thomas. A cardinal Is a bright red bird I materials' for our circus pro' vjcct. !

:atar) Officers are to be elect- I and sayes with open heart; to study want to study, they had bet- Rosa Mae Rowe and Martlle Hem LibrarianEdna Tyler. tie eats worms. That Is his fool Our circus parade Is not

ihe last of this week. frankly, talk gently, await occasions ter move out to the superbs of ingway. The president appoints rlifferen' A cardinal is our' goixl friend. He quite complete, but IM taking on Interesting j.

rtcult advisors and student hurry never: In a word to Lawtey." Committees to look after the room. helps tm any way he can. He Is appearance to our clan,
3. A talk on Character Education
tacn ..I the various commlt- let the spiritual unbidden and un- ---+ We have two new books and a very pretty bird. I see onen It Is very colorful and all the children -
He. used for
0 havc h,>en selected. The corain conscience, grow up through the' Commercial Club by Rev."Jesus Price.and Character"and eleven old books to add to our library two every day. There In a familyof are enjoying It no much 1 1e.

!hi .ilready working. common. This Is my symphony. his subject for (he year. We are very them right near our house. Th'y; ---- -_ .. _, ---_ "
wealth of Has Debate gave "what you are In thedark"
The We really have all the proud of them. have In tree and
Fatuity Advisors and Stu- a nest an orange FIKMT ttHADK NEI'MMiss 1
for the definition of char-
Chairmen of the various com- this symphony right here and now acter. ReporterKceffee Pitts. I think that they are very happy Ruby Lllley, TeacherWe ;
l If we would only take time to see Students of the Commercial club Assistant Ruth Pow-
.ets of Bradford High School Reporter- !My Fmoriftt Bird have started our Homo Unit. I
it. We need to learn to relax, had their third weekly meeting 4. Virginia Fugate gave' Klp- ell. ;
toy Bryan Harrell We have a dull husEVe! papered f
lewspnpei mentally and physically, and open Thursday afternoon in the auditor- ling's "If. '
Mrs. Long, Virginia It We the first ;
made My favorite bird Is the mocking Monday. put
aboutus Announcements
to the grandeur all 5. were
rtes our eyes I THIRD tfltADKMrn.
] bird. He sings and eats Insects coat of paint on, on Tuesday, and _
adance to be contented. Then we will ium.The by Mr. Gray. Then a pep meet- Roberts' room has been '
Mrs. Long, Florled Economics Class gave a de- the second coat on Wednesday. It
He is the Florida state bird. One
the good in our- followed Miss Jacobs was I- '
be able to see Ing ; -- ohnur birds
commonly
gworth bate. The subject was: "Resolved: Is white trimmed In We
made Its nest In an tree. A green. \
Inferiority Four cheer leader orange
new
)UkeIrs! Lewis. selves, too, and overcome Is more Important charge. .. \
Ovid "That Electricity be
Gray, "n the nest will working a long time on our
that some of us Katie and Virginia Fugate, J. '.
Ubrarv complexes --
Mrs Gray, Martlle than railroads The ones on TT1t
have. Kirkland and S. G. Denmark, we I
:ainpva\' the affirmative side were: Willis IS
Introduced.__ ___
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rattle Mr. Gray, Chester Smith Ethel Packham, Robert no 1 S
;Jy Heroes Of Science Jackson and Walnwrlght.. The -- .
! ('COMMKKC'I: : ('1.('" MEETS.OFFICERS : '
tIety :Mrs Carpenter, Ancll -- ones on the negative side were: NOMINATI:

.:d!. 8th Grade Ancil Futch, Rosa Mae Rowe, Win-

1innetInet Morals-Mrs. An- has made a fred Hazen and Bill Plummer.
' The eighth grade The Commercial club of Br 'I'
**< All Tillman. study this week of the heroes of Both sides had some very excellent ford High School held Its sect ;
:apellrR: but the judges' decision was
Demorest Ovid science. This was done In connec- points meeting In the auditorium I "

I. tion with the study of the way to that the affirmative had a few Tuesday, 5th period, with a la :- i
'Allest .md Mr. more winning points than the neg .'. -
Scholarship-- health. Reports and talks were attendance.The J11'i :
'ltd Louree Howard. Leeuwenhoek, who stud- ; I
on I
*i'i Re troom and condition ofJ'Mlss given the great ative.We selected officers for our meeting was called to o' "-, .. ,; ,-- ,
ied microbes: on Pasteur, the chairman. Then the I -' tBrnofoicl ; .. \ .
How- noted club: by o" t,: .
Jacobs Louree and Trudeau, ;
bacteriologist; tuberculosis. I President--Arlle Sponholtz.Vice utes of the lat meeting were : I I Ift
work In
for his the secretary and appro .
lT Restroom and condition ofilr I President-Ethel Packham. by
Unlike the heroes of war these Edmondson. 'I After the reading of the miD
"_ Secretary-Patsy
ray, Ovid Lewis. fought to kill diseases rather constitution was read -t''
men the
1Iounds .
Arlie ,
Gray, Spon- than men. and to conquer bad meeting adjourned until next week. : member of the club. The Cc : !

V! and Patriotism-Mr. How- health rather than armies. --. tution was approved by every .;

Edna Pearce. We finished all the first month HOME: ROOM: PROGRAMS: I Then the meeting wan turned i
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Wednesday of to the Industrial Geography '
SPENTAll ; "
assignment UELL
l'Iatlon! history TIME
Mrs. W. Perkins, I .
< Lorraine Stock- The teacher of the class, Mr. : '
""''Ph Quarrels. this week. Mary '. .
Yaws nd Mottoes-Mrs. Dow- well ranked first; Leonard Smith, the home rooms are trying to ard, asked the student a numl .' .' ', ,' "" ,.' -I: ',' : ,

Ella Siae second: while Billy Griffis and have interesting programs in the questions, and each qucstloi j:1

5rvatlon Manning. Jack Halle won third and fourth, morning. Mrs. Demorest and Mr. answered promptly. After t '

!IINogel. Mrs. Perkins, respectively. All the others did Benson had some Interesting programs dustrial Geography class ga '

r.tp- good work and are to be congrat- that we know of and we 'demonstration the nomlnatlo I' j'
Mrs. B. Perkins, MirY ulated. suspect that others did that did not officers were made. A num


J"c Mr. Benson, Ernest Grace Dew has account been absent of an for Injured report Each them.pupil has charge of a pro- students various ,offices were nominated to be voti f

several days on to make his the next meeting Is t :
and tries when the
otanerctal Mr. Arlie foot. We miss her very gram 'i
Benson We are ,
allz most Interesting program. the club. i.
IOedat much. the teacher expecting some Interesting short I Leola Norman, Acting :
Day Programs-Mrs. The room surprised talks from different pupils this ---+ .
morning. .
Mary Harriet with a shower Thursday I
ireet Bishop. her 'OOOD HOME PROGRAMSSKE.VTH : ,
the room year.
Q Into
Boards-Mrs. S. When she came '
Hayes, Thursday morning Ella Mae HOME
hruBark Arlie Sponholtz. desk was covered with flowers had charge of Mr. Ben-1 ,

AId Hoon> -Mrs. Carpen- fruits, and other nice things to Manning home-room. |, We have had some ver f
t eleventh grade
son's
thel -
| Packham. eat A lovely hand-painted picture read first by Ella | programs In our home rc 1
Bible was
s 1 Spirit and Pep Clubs was given by one of the pu- The Mae. The flag salute was led by I we are trying to build u[ 1

: lsctr, ; Katie Fugate. pils. Reese Bradley. The thought, which brary. We have about nim i 1i
r-s ""' Relations Miss Mary L. Stockwell, Reporter. are and what azines and about ten story
"Where ever you
RI',-a was has give-
Mae Rowe. --- --- are be all there," was Mrs. Demorest
distance telephone service ever you and every be 44
+ Long read. Ancil Futch gave an Interesting new pictures
PI linking
'm 'If '"'lp are converted infer has been established short talk on the thought. lighted.

ea washing with a new Canton Shanghai with Hong Kong and The class then sang "America." Vera Manning, j,






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FLORIDA 9,
AflB; FOCI'- COTTNTT TELEGRAPH. STAKKE. .- ..- .. .. -- -- -. .-.- 1938 .
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-- D. C. Chapter Hold Annual AlvarezPriestMr trip to thi m .,,
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'' HostessAt firs Alderman and :Mrs.\ Pitt Woman's Club to :\Mi.u Durden and :lit! Houston I North Carolina and T. mon .

Lovely Luncheon Entertain Home: :Makers\ ('Ja1The Hold Fir-it, :Meeting\ Are Wed in Beautiful Home Election of OfficersThe and Mrs Enwa; Clayton Priest their return win{ ?'" 1

Saturday Of Season Wednesday! Ceremony! Tuesday Evening W T. Weeks Chapter, announce the marriageof home in Starke.
Home Maker Class of the ed Daughters of the unIt-I,, their daughter --- .
Mian Hilda Burden, whose mar Baptist Church wan entertained The Woman'8 Club, of Sturke, Beauty and slmpllc ,ity characterized met Wednesday afternoon Thelmato Buffet Supper

rlage to Harry II. Houston, of Car last Friday at the home of Mrs., will hold its first meeting of th the candlelight wedding of home of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Given For
)land, Ala., was an event of Tuesday <. O. W. Alderman with Mrs. J. H. 1936-37 season Wednesday afternoon Miss Hilda Louise Durden, daughter ley, and were charmingly Bea.s-I' Leon B. Alvarez Durdti-:

entertained vflth'' a lovely Pitts as cohostess.During October 14. New officers for of Mr. and Mra. H. A. Durden, tained by Mrs. Beasley and on the first day of October Houston Wedding Pert| i ,
West session plans elected and Installed und Harry Hilton Houston, of Gar hundred and thirtysixThe
\ luncheon at her home on a business this year were Ethel Biggs. nineteen S. R.
Madison Street, Saturday. were made for the quarter and the in June before adjournment of the land, Ala., which was solemnized marriage of this young cou- Johns Jr., and Mrs H
Durden
k table, following group captains were club for the summer months. at seven o'clock Tuesday evening The rooms of the lower floor ple was performed by the Rev. C. gave a dellghtr: i t.,,,ff
The beautifully appointed were made more attractive with supper, at the home of ,,
of thltbride' the
andMI'II. October 6, at the home b ,'
H. L. Brownlee First m
.' with artistic arrange elected: Mrs. The October meeting offers a B. Price, pastor of the Bap
centered an for the
and other
B. radiance roses, ageratum members of
of mixed with D. L. Silcox. A program consisting Interesting program. There parents. The Rev. C. tist Chuch here, at the Pastorlum the l'I1"j,
ment very Houston
ageratum Fall flowers. The president, Mrs. wedding
of two readings was beard, "Influence of Price, pastor of the First Baptist In the of the party\, ('
of phlox, was laid for eight will be an address on and Miss Thursday presence i
jiprays L. G. Powell presided ately following the
led In/ "' Church performed the impressive reheanmi ,
guests FJacecarOs were pinned to after which the group was the Motion Picture en Education, Madge Middleton transacted the immediate family and a few day evening. IoJ

dainty corsages of ageratum and prayer. by Professor H. P.. Conatana, Headof ceremony.The duties of secretary. Mrs./ E. K. friends. Baskets of
phlox tied with silver ribbon and The hostesses assisted by Miss Public Speaking Department at home was simply but beau I i Perryman, chairman of the Dominating The bride chose for bet wedding ers added charm early autunii. '10
favors were attractive Individual Essie Coleman, Betty Marshburn the University of Florida. During tifully decorated. Palms and potted I committee, presented the costume a one piece model pf rust where the to the to
make-up boxes covered with/ cello- and Keeffee Pitta, served punch the afternoon there will also be an ferns formed a background of following names as officers for the alpaca crepe, with which she wore delicious salad guests assemble

phane. i find cake to the fifteen class members informal reception for the Facultyof rich greenery, tall floor baskets coming year: President, Mrs/ L. A. brown accessories. i&+ f,'* tea was served course with .('
social School. The filled with marigolds were placedat from a long ,
the
during the Bradford High following.\ tjwedding
present
following ceremony
Immediately
Covers were laid for the of Davis, First Vice President. Mrs. 'laid with a Venetian
aide
each lace ',
the Intervals, and on cloth
: Mrs./ H. Clifton Brown, Mrs. J. hour. Junior Club Women will join candelabra G. W. Roberts of Lawtey; Second Mr and Mrs. Alvarez left centered with a low
D. Doyle, Mrs, H. A. Durden, Mrs .- I club for this meeting. the altar were tall Vice President, Mrs. O. L. Beasley; for a wedding trip to 'oltrtS' in roses and coral vine. bowl The of pi,

8. R. Johns Jr., Mrs.. H. M. Richard Presbyterian Rally Hostesses: Mesdames H. V. holding lighted tapers. Secretary, Mrs. Ethel Biggs; Trea- South Florida, after their' ifeturn 'hostess were assisted In host
Miss Rosalind Jacobs, Miss Knight, K. G. Duncan, A J. Thomas Prior to the entrance of the bridal surer, Mrs. H. B. McLendon; Historian Mr. Alvarez will returnr Orlando their guests by Mrs J H.canng,
Rally Day will be observed at L. G. Powell, R. J. Davis, party there was a program of Miss Amelia Ray; Recorderof where he la employed: with I Rit-h
Georgia Haynes, and Miss Hope the Presbyterian Church Sunday,. es Mlna Manassa, Annie MIss-I' nuptial music with Mrs. H. Clifton Crosses, Mrs. L. G. Powell; RegIstrar the Works Progress Atl>Ytiatetra- : The guest list included Aim

Haynes October 11. A special program will Pearce, Louise Snyder Brown, pianist, and Mra. J. D. Miss Olive Ray. The above tlon and Mrs. Alvarez will remainIn R. Johns, Jr., Mr. and 'llr H
be given in Sunday School and the Lee Peek, Virginia Fugate Katie Doyle, soloist. Mrs Doyle gave as named officers were unanimously Starke for the present. Richard, Mr. and Mrs A A c
Christian Endeavor Society will be Fugate. her first selection "Because"d'Hardelot elected.At The bride received her educationIn den, Miss Hilda Durden. Harrv

reorganized at 5 p. m. At 11 a. m. The new officers and committee ( )) followed by "SpeakTo schools of Alachua and Bradford Houston Mrs. J. H. Rltch 1\It'I
the conclusion of the business
RITZ THEATRE the Sacrament of the Lord's supper chairmen for this year are: Me of Love" ISieverl.( ) "Lteb- Counties, and completed a Mrs. J. D. Doyle, The RI'1
session a social period was enJoyed
will/ be celebrated. It is earnestly trum" or "Love Dream" (Llstz) business course in Gainesville. For Mrs. C. B. Price Mr, and :M ,
Executive Board and at this time Mrs. L. A.
,
STARKE: hoped that a full attendance can ; was played by: Mrs. Brown just be the past two years she ha. been C. Brown, Mr. and Mrs
President: Mrs. L. A. Canova at Canova played. several lovely piano Beasley Mr. and Mrs
be had. fore the processional. Promptly employed as bookkeeper. With the C t! VIce-President: Mra. H. B. Me- 'seven o'clock the entrance the numbers. Gulf Refining Co. here. Tampa, and Mrs. Jeanettt, Km ;
PROGRAMTHURS.FRI. Lendon. bridal party was announced by the The hostesses, assisted by Mrs. --*- -
Mr. Alvarez the second of i
AnnouncementThe Is son
Ritch. "Bridal Chorus Lohengrin" Jeanette Kincaid and Mrs. J. W. L'Etta
Secretary: Mrs./ H. C. : from Corpening Entt'l'lltlllFor ,
Mra. Hattie Alvarez and attended
OCT. 8-0 f Mission Study program of Treasurer: Mrs. Earl B. Sear Wagner). Duflng the ceremony"To I Andrews, served a tempting salad Bradford High School. I' Visitor
the Woman's Missionary Societyof Ing. A Wild Rose" (MacDowell) I course to the following guests: .
'Little Miss will be Mrs. W. G. Halle, Miss Olive Ray, I Complimenting ,
the Methodist Church Corresponding Secretary: Mrs. was softly played. I Beth Hut\I I?'n
NObOdY'I" given October 12th, 13th, and 19th Jeanette Klncald. The bride descended the stairson Mrs. L. G. Powell Mrs. J. E. Wilson Miss Mynihan Becomes Bride Jacksonville, L'Etta Cuip.n, m.

Jane \\ jf I at three p. m., at the church. Department Chairmen the arm of her father by whom Mrs. H. T. Hall, Miss Madge!,Of Mr. Wallace In Jacksonville tertalned a party of fn':> i- vxl\ '
\ Vv. at. S. H. she had Middleton, Miss Etta Tlson, Mrs. day evening. Assisting m ;;,
Seven members of the American Citizenship: Mrs. she was given in marriage i Ceremony Sunday x{
SATURDAY, OCT.; 10 l will each present a chapter of the B. McLcndon. as her matron-of-honor her sister-l L. A. Canova Miss Amelia Ray, after the pleasure of t.", .. i",.
'! book "A Preface to Racial Under Beautification: Mr s. H. V. in-law Mrs. Herbert A. Durden. Mrs. G. W. Roberts of Lawtey Miss Helen Elizabeth Mynihan, were Mrs. Hulda rasa -. nu
"New Frontier" ; Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Mrs. L. A. of John Mrs. R. A. Green.
standing" by Charles S. Johnson.All Knight. Little Betty Jo Durden, niece of daughter biro Henry Myn-
:II flower Mr. Davis, Mrs. L. F. Chapman of the ihan of Jacksonville, became; the The hostess <. <
I of the church cordially Education: Mrs. G. H. Lowry. the bride was girl. young .n
John Wayne women Health: Mrs. R. J. Davis. Houston had as his best man, S. R. State Farm; Mrs. E. K. Perryman, bride of Joseph Cullen Wallace of ade and cookies to t u//1, '<,. .*.
Invited to attend. Legislation: Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. Johns, Jr. ,' Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs. H. B. the State Farm, at four o'clock guests: Betty and CI\,1V11, ,i,' r I

SUN.-MON., OCT. 11-12 Olive Ray, Music: 'Mrs. K. G. Duncan. The bride was lovely In her wed- McLendon, and Mrs. W. H. Biggs Sunday afternoon the ceremony Helen and Marion D. >me I .' 1

Supt. of Mission Study. Junior Club Women: Mrs. S. L. ding gown of white Alencon lace, of Lawtey. being performed by the Rev. Father Davis, Margaret Lowr'\ B-TH C:
I "Green Pastures"A Peek. fashioned on princess lines and terminating Mrs J. W. Andrews !Invited the M. F. Monaham, in the rectoryof ton Billy Dowling. t. \ Jlh!,
Commltta-e C'hiUrmPH with a slight train. The chapter to meet with her the first the Church of Assumption.The Robert Brown Jerome I .hny
( Fnliln by Mare' Connelly) for Standing cowl neckline and Wednesday in November, and the bride had as her only attendant ry Brown and :M. V Join<
Come to our place Finance: Mrs. C. A. Knight. waist featured a
Invitation was gladly accepted. I her slater Mm;> Isabelle
I' back with tiny ,
House: Miss Mary Canova. buttoned down
Tl'ES.-WEI: OCT. 13-11 'cold beer andRefreshments Edwards. Mr. Wallace,.had .as his '
:Membership: Mrs. B. M. Mont white buttons. Her veil of illusion -- -- best Robert Kite Junior Woman's Club inn: <,i
gomery. tulle was caught to her hair by a Miss Stern Honored. man
"Human Cargo"Claire Press: Miss Louise Snyder I cap of lace and a spray of orange With Party On The bride was charming in her The Junior Woman's riot>
Program: Mrs. T. T. Long. blossoms. Her flowers were a wedding dress of rust crepe. Her Starke will hold Its flrsi meet:

Ilrlun IKmlevy Trevor WE HANDLE A FULL LINE School: Mrs. D. P. Carpenter.The bride's bouquet[ Kfllarney roses Twelfth Birthday hat was in rust felt, and. her accessories of the.year Monday afternoon
OF GROCERIES club has a membership of showered with lilies of the valley, : Miss Louise Stern was pleasant were brown.. She'swore tober 12, at 3:30: o'clock it .
this tied with white,satin ribbon. when a corsage of Joanna M111 roses Woman's Club House Import 4
eighty-three year. ly surprised Tuesday evening
THLRS.! -FItL, OCT. 16-16 and valley lilies. business will be transacted
of honor, met
matron
KELLEY'JTPLACE Mrs. Durden, -
,
Mrs. A Stem
her mother, W. en-
"Trouble For Two"Itobert Mr and Mra. Wallace h left'for asked to
Quarterly wore a gown of periwinkle blue tertained a group of her friends, a juniors are attend

Montgomery fitthy VV. M. U. Rally french moussellne-de-solre, with the occasion being the twelfth r.
Where there's nothing -r.----r------ ---
KoMillnd Kiwaell .About ft whale of A bargain" The Quarterly Rally of the New which she wore a blue grosgrain birthday anniversary of the hon-

-n"" ",,,,, "''''',,amnoion,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,uniniaunio,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, iorgpmn River Association of the W. M. U. sash, and carried an arm bouquetof
'--- ----------- ------
will meet at the Starke Baptist yellow dahlias. The little flower oree.Games and contests were enjoyed -

graco distinctive flowerscherry Church Wednesday, October 21, girl wore with a frock ruffled of yellow skirt and organdie during the evening and Miss GOOD FARMS WANTED ..

I beginning at 10 a. m. A splendid a Stern was the recipient of many
at herschel her flowers
sash of yellow moire,
program Is being prepared and old-fashioned of lovely gifts. An effective decora 0
nosegay
an
.1 Jacksonvillephone luncheon will be served at the were dahlias and roses, five motif of pink and green was
7-2129 pink used. The lovely birthday cake
interested,
All members
church.
smart renter piece unusual corsagesflowers I 2t Immediately following the ceremony centered the dining table and was We have buyers for well improved farms
for gift' please attend. an informal reception was also In the pink and green color
held for the wedding guests. The ;
scheme. Favors were novelty pa
bride's table was laid with a hand- per hats and whistles. and pecan groves, if priced right.
lace cloth ''and centered with
some
the three-tiered, embossed wedding j Enjoying the :delightful party List with results
us we get
with the honoree were: Misses ,
SHOES! SHOES! cake, topped with a miniature Mary Lorraine Stockwell, Helen
bride and groom. The first slice and Marian Dowling, L'Etta Cor- o
of cake was cut by the bride and
pening Betty and Carolyn Green
Fruit punch was served In the sun I Carolyn Keene Nell Hutchins, '

FOR THE LADIES ,. parlor. I Faye,Yarborough Virginia Anderson WILSON REALTY COMPANY

After the reception Mr. and Dire I Margaret Lowry, Mr. and

THE FAMOUS SI-ENTIFFICK Houston left for a wedding trip to Mrs. Mlllard Judd Mrs. L. A. Ren- ..1 STARKE, FLA.
Birmingham and points in Alabama noltla and Mrs. D. F. Johns, A. L.tahr .
!i before returning to Garland, _.
; Sr. --- -
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where they will make their home.

:'. You Don't Have to Go to the Big City for a Fit. The bride-traveled in a two piece
ensemble of rust crepe, with a tunic
; coat buttoning from the high' FRESH :MULLET A REAL GOOD
!
Come In and See The Beautiful Line We Are I neckline with gold buttons. Her' GREEN'SISTORE

!accessories were dove grey.
FISH Ib. 8cPHILIPPINE
Among the out-of-town guests FLOUR

: Now Showing. Priced At were; Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Henry '
and Mrs. R. E. McColskey. of Lake
x City, Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong,


3.95 & 4.95 Jacksonville Howthorne, Mrs.,, Mr.:Mrs.Clara and Lillie Mrs.Shererouse WainWright C. C-, LARD ]Ib. lOc 1 CASH STARKE& CARRY FLA. 24 Lb$. 72c

,
Hoppe, Tampa.

THE MEN -----+_-- V Ask About Our Profit-Sharing Plan- V C E

SHOES FOR W.Met M.Monday: U. Circles P R E E It Costs You Nothing-Save Your Tickets T R L _


ALL THE NEW STYLES IN Circle Number One of the Women's POTTED
Union of the Baptist BEST! UIIITK

FRIENDLY FIVES at the Church Missionary home met of Monday Mrs. R. afternoon L. Kemp. BACON Lb..17c MEAT 3 Cans IQc l

Mrs. L, G. Powell, leader, led the
devotional and Mrs. A M. Darby, NECK BONES, 3 Lbs. 25c |
# GET YOUR ENTRY BLANK FOR president of the society led In ONIONS 3 Lbs. ____ ___ lOc

8 $'Di Missionary prayer. Plans Rally were of the made New for River the I NO. 2 STANDARD PACK Kin

i; S THE FREE PACKARD CAR TO Association to be held here October TOMATOES can 7c REEF STEW Lb. 1 lOc

; 21. During the social hour
the hostess served delicious re

: trJb '< BE GIVEN AWAY. freshments present. ,to the< twelve members PRINCE ALBERT, can lOc GROUND MEAT, Lb. 15cj


t' .e : >. Circle Number* Two was entertained UIIOLR GRAIN T-IIONE ORROUND

p
d Business and devotional was conducted
f : by the leader hire W. a.1 (!UltTR
tilsiSsS CHUCK ROAST!' or
I
Alexander after which the hostess VINEGAR __ lOc
-- -- STEAK Lb. 12J/2C
served a tempting refreshment __ _ _

A.T q !ttE o MAN WHO CARES course to the members present.

The Young Matron's Circle met SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c"OI&TERllo
d. & 1 % l&x-Sas: ; 6v"ARtaVASBl15 at the home of Mrs. E. W. Hayes Lb. 28c

I- STYLES with Mra. C. A. Knight as co-hoe .
I ,a ,
F : tess, Monday evening at 7:30: 100 BOX .
1 : .i l1 B tALL o'clock. During the business session ASPIRIN Each .3c APPLE, MULE. SPARK PLUG
-------
g i- a 01'1 plans were made for the an TOBACCO 2 Plugs 25c
Qj t:' \ & A Qj.. nual meeting to be held here on GROUND DAILY
b b
1a a 01 GI 0:1 -= .!I .8- C.tI: October 21. The" devotional was
\I" Gld o t 'e-I : ;0:> PURE COFFEE Lh. 12/c! MEAL Lbs. 2c
w 5 o "01 l: "PRI ... ;o M conducted by the leader, Mrs. E. 10 _
a0j+ ;aA W. Hayes. During the social hour
2 oef
Qj'a" c aasdrndd\
w : 'w .
:I :: .. > f; ae;;\ := e ... ", the hostesses! served appetizing refreshments POUND CAN BREAD 25c
3 Loaves
xagan Qj.a.a : to those present.
>t Qj a t: 1 S 9 o :000- .., s ag : PORK & BEANS 5c
oi 'c J .
$ : "
..o,) f':= a'o .. .. :!! u >.- 5S"ioo -- BOILINORACON.Lb.
... o 4I" m fl 'B"' a Ladies' Auxiliary MeetingThe
i oi ; ; :
"Ya I b3's' .tI "i t 0 ad -odb; := des II /. .. ades MACARONI pkgs. lOc : 1 12t c
e "r .8 : .J 6c6.t> Ladles' Auxiliary of the .
E1i M.
v J' urgr& 1kZ tnJO el { Presbyterian Church will be entertained
: :: :;; e..d ...t// 8 Octo QUART JARPEANUT
qj' "' evening
Tuesday
..r :! (;; .,.j 1C" J ;; j\n I'K(). 25c
11 41 ell : ber 13. at the borne of Mrs. Eva BUTTER

't1" iJ a t-'iaA t! :0: ; 8b.. I. ;' -OMre': ;NY cile Fernandez Mitchell, at la i o'clock.In charge Miss of Lu-the SALT Pkc. 3c TORN

: q b : s .,., b o s3 A O ,o 0 .+ 0 y..", program and the Bible quiz will be HI-PLANE' 2 Cans 15c I5c j |
n: i YP.1J VrlijrnR, tf ;Ig OIIt'P f taken from the Book of Habakuk FLAKES ZPkra.
S ",01 '? CI"a'Cf! I and includes the rest of the Old
1
-
B Testament. -
WI _
1 ow .. ''i. bQ 2ae9sfi t: .
.st : esii l.iSlistl

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-- -- 'j -- ----. ;---.---- ---,- .- --- -.- _- Ian, MAnn..... Pti4Nlft1LC. ,
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; A r spent Tuesday at Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely, of Lake f Mrs.V.. I I -'- -- -
I
E. -
City, was visiting friends here MMi'let.m and Mm j i I Mi and Mia R I | ppiion HIM I I Mi.. ;; I -
E. A Swi ;
L. Matthews. ivwho i; vis W. : ,
Sunday.C. spent last KndiIP. inldu'ii. I K, 'tv an ,h M S. rircIc.Met MomU.\ ; :' .,1
.us otI .
JacksonvilleMrs (Itinj; her bmtiii i end sistt' inlawM ,
I j I, I lacks.'miln; i iMN Ntimni1! tune .II th.V" .itn6 : j r rI
I were ".t!
vn was a business __ I u< -< sund > Hid Mrs .J i i- I'mnijm'1'I inAh .
,i. : I << \ "d\
iv nt Mi Kppvi I 1111\11' Miuianr' \ Sn. ietot 'h I i iMothiMhxt
h+ ? nvllle Tuesday. E. Johns and N. D. Wainwright J E. Maim: ot Lake : III"lhr1 UlU'Sll spent SfMMIll 1 dRrt' I
Jr., were business visitors I was n recent guest of Butter Mt' \\. I EppersMr .Kii'U,\ MMititiK' : 1'iuinin. mill looking. : : < 1 i him h nu'Mimtlnv iliMiio.n I : .i i' ,,. n:;
in Jacksonville, J. I ift( i' ,inii-irntH hi-K-, I .it t tinhomi' IIf l PI' I
I
--
,?,nta, of Tallahassee, Tuesday. t EppersonLe 11'1 I \\ ,
\ .. .. and! Mrs. Frank Carpenter : VIiHV i 1: MiiMloton. which .
here. -- \
end --- -- -- -
K --- ------ ,
Prof Leon A. Gray spent Saturday lle Biggs, of DeLand, andaught..r.. Joan moved Satur- j I Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley and made more iittrm'tlvp with bow l I rvl to
spent ".I I
of yellow autumn flowers." i.v.'i!
,. HI,own spent the first In Tallahassee and mason the week-end here at the home of I day several to Jacksonville, after spending I Fred A. Scott went to Ormond The meeting was opened \ < ...tt.
Y4: N where he visited his mother. Mrs. Ethel M. Diggs.I months at Kingsley Tuesday and attended the funeral
the
rampa. : the circle leader. Mr bual-
week In Lake. prayer by
of F. ,
A. Carnoll who was a brother -
'
I'at ---- I J. W White and a scripture .... finance
Mrs. Jeanette Klncaid -- '- --- of S. C. Carnell who has often
-
Mrs. B, M. Montgomery and and Mrs. was read l by Mrs. K. K. Perryman.The Mrs H
Newsome pent sev0pye -, parents
? A C. C. Hoppe spent Saturday In Mr. and airs. C C Hoppe and visited here. )
IM1
the Rev. "
week In Jacksonville and Mrs. J. W. Aus- Jacksonville.Mrs. worship topic "Clearing
18S1 i eon Jimmy, of -
Tampa arrived ------- "
Mr. S. K. Newsomar tin, of Benson Springs, spent last I here : Spring was presented by
The
Woman' i
IIlr md Thursday of last week for a Christian Temperance Olive Ray. The missionary William-
topic
:
) and< Mrs. R. E. Matthews. : Wednesday in Jacksonville. I T. T. Long, Mrs. D. P. Car- visit with Mrs. Hoppe's brother-in- I Union had a good attendance "Baby hospitals and clinics Shang..

,. penter and Mrs. F.- -H.-. Long .-.?.end ; law and sister. Mr. and.---- -Mrs.---- O-.. -L.. last week and the year'a work has China" .nno.,b. dd scusa_xt' h.fc/jr. .u***_., W a'r, by Mrs.
Saturday In Jacksonville. Beasley.Mrs. started off well. The meeting this P Smith, Mrs White Mrs. Middleton and
-'---. week will be held with Mrs.: W. N. Mrs Hogan Smith and les

Just Arrived! were Mr.visiting and Mrs.In S.Gainesville R. Johns.Sun Jr.. guests. Ethel during M the, Biggs week-end had as Mrs.her organization.Mrs.Johnson, District. Secretary of the Sam During Anderson.the business session 12 told To-

W.
day. J. Griffin, of Jacksonville, Mrs.H. following finance committee \ "
C. Holstein of Gainesville, .
and W. P. Randall, of Jacksonville appointed to serve three months: I the
MEN'S AND BOVS Mrs. James Godbold, of Jackson- her mother. Mrs. O. J. Griffin, of and Miss Mary Curtis Williams Mrs. Charloy E. Johns, Mrs. the first j
ville, was here Sunday and Monday St. Augustine. of Key West, were the 'Smith, Mri T. J. Griffin and the In 1
LUMBERJACKETSI.98 with her sister Mrs. S. S. Dowllng, --- guests Tuesday and Wednesday of J. F Colley. At the close of .
and mother, Mrs. W. S, Stroman. Miss Carolyn Hutto, who has Mra. Randall's parents Mr. and business session the hostess assisted by Mrs.
I been spending several days here Mrs J. M. Alvarez, at Kingsley by Mrs Sam Anderson, served sherbet :
$2.98 Mr. and Mrs. with her parents returned this Lake. fruit salad course with Iced tea. .
$3.98 John Love Wilkes,
$ ___ _._
lof Jacksonville, were week-end week to Monticello. where she Is on Circle Number One will meat
HAVE TO BE SEEN TO BE APPRECIATE) I guests of Judge and Mrs. A. Z. employed with the Rural Resettlement Mr and Mrs II. A. Durdon and November at the home of Mr
Adkins, at Kingsley Lake. Department Miss Hutto I Miss Hilda Durden were visitingin Mrs Sam Anderson, with Mrs. parts of
I was recently transferred from Live : Jacksonville Sunday They derson and. Mr.. A- Wood as cou;:

MEN'S DRESS PANTS Mrs. W. 11 Biggs of Lawtey. Oak to Monticello. were" accompanied home by Harry hostesses saw

spent several days this week her I H Houston of Garland Ala. i 1 I Circle Number Two was .::::t !

I LATEST STYLES AUTII ZIPPER BELTS!' -SOMETHING: with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. ... ,, --- -. .
IV NEW-COME: IN AND SEE TiIEM.BOY'S : I j Ethel M-.-Biggs.-- -______ CENT ACOLUMN WORD% \';:' ':,::'-' :... :;- ."J rt. ': :,:..': :''';.''; :-'; : ;: :W&y;::;y,1: :: : ; ; : :.>J." :#!\\'ff'' J4 y-,: :.,.. -

Little Miss Dotty Sue Biggs! is Itoscelale
spending this week In St. Augustine : :V [:
I TIP TOP GROCERY .
WOOL\ SUITS J, Griffin.with her grandmother, Mrs. O WILL- --PAY-- -CASIIJfor used- -pi- PIneapple :Alum

"AI>'H tinoa Write Lillian's Music
i -SAME STYLES Store 342V.. Ave r
$2.98 I Mrs James Ritch Miss Dorothy Gainesville, Fla. University tf ('rus'! t'. 11. N.SHJHl'lIOII..r and Ol>f'nt..r PEAS
& $3.98r Sapp and Miss\ Ernestine" Andrews _. So. xl,; Mizt' can
-- --- -- ----- -- --
SPECIALS
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
were the guests Thursday of Mrs. GRITS MILL and 12 horse power
r You'll Surely Like ThemEVEKYBODY'S I tames L. Hair In Jacksonville.Mrs. engine In good condition for sale 20c Ne.215c ('anI
IS INVITED
or trade for anything which I can I .. EVERYONE
Richard handle. Cash 15000.: See C. H
J ; HAVING AT G. Kldd and small
I .. ... '
son Richard, moved lo Flagler Clark. 4tp-10-2 \:' 'i>I )t'trt{ : ; tt"t't! : :.::.::t i .m: ,i ""
Beach, Monday, where Mr. Kldd is'I
JACOBS'Next I FOR SALE or exchange for city
::W employed.Mrs. Fancy Pink
-- properly" n. Our farm home on SALMON lOc
1 : Lake road
Kingsley at bargain
I .
Door to Folofflce Jack Bell and small son, Tall Can
price. L. C. Prescott, 2-113 University
of Gainesville, spent the week-end
Station Gainesville Fla.. 4tp
here with her parents, Mr. and .. .. ONIONS HKAL LAKUKll'K'Y!
----- ----- 4 Lbs. lOc
Mrs. W. M. Edwards.Mr. "MILLIONS Genuine Improved ,
Maryland Missionary Strawberry LEMONS Doz. 19c3lle
and Mrs. Harold C. Wall returned Plants, New Ground, white '
CABBAGE Ib.
YES SIR WE'LL FIX 'EM THE
AT to their home here Monday roots all this year's plants $1.50
SWEET POTATOES lb.
2'/2c
I I after spending the summer at I per thousand f.o b. Castleberry"
RIGHT PRICE I Kingsley Lake. Thurmond Farm Castleberry, Ala.
I 8-28-mp RUTABAGAS, Lb. y/2c TOKAY GRAPES, Lb. lOc
Miss Hazel Adklns and brother, ,
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Announcing the opening Oct. 12, of the A. Z. Adklns Jr., were In Gaines FOR SALE29 model A sedan "
ville Saturday and Sunday and notor completely overhauled. Work CARROTS Bunch lOc BANANAS 41bs. 15c
most modernly equipped fender and body while there were guests of Col.! I guaranteed, rubber fair. Seventy
and Mrs. J. C. Adkins. ,cash or seventy-eight terms. Mrs.S. S
I J. Sandel care of J. V. Edwards. CM'TAOON; I
shop in Starke. Under the supervision of
Mr. and Mrs. C Sr. ltp
H. Nasworthyand '
mechanical y'' i Mrs. Elizabeth Meadle spent 'FOR SALE--Fine si-(-raw-b-err-
experts. Sunday In Jacksonville as the ; y Soap Powder 5 for tOe'I
plants raised on new land, as or
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mc.
Lendon. :good aa second runners. See E. :
I Geasner, near Biscayne Filling Station -I

SEAT COVERS AND TOP MAKINGA Mrs. L. E. Moseley had as her Starke., 2tp' APPLEBUTTER .. n.I'I'V1..1':
- -- F''N4YFLiICHUCK
guests during the week-end Mr. FOR SALE -COO.000 Mlislonary
SPECIALTY and Jacksonville Mrs.; C. F. Boyer and son of. Strawberry Plants Priced right STEAK lb. 12c Sugar Cora
and Jay Nell and Buddy Come and see these plants. M. Rho-
Strickland, of Wildwood. den. Heilbronn, Springs. 10-9-4tp 28-oz. 12/2c

,. .... FANCY Fl..\<-Kill 2 Cans 25cKANC3Y
Mrs. C. A. Futch and Joe Sis-! :I ''''' .t4.". ...... -",..,_< '.' _,, .1
PACKHAM'S PAINT SHOP trunk were in Gainesville Friday LIltltY'S DILL STEW Lb. lOc l

j I, where they attended a Poultry NOW IS THE TIMETo PICKLESQt. UIIOI.KRICE
HERBERT W. PACKIIAM. 1\ll'r. Demonstration and luncheon at the
FANCY FATFRYERS
In Anderson" Bldg. between the New Deal Sen" 'toe Station American Legion Home. I
And Stern's Garage -------- bring/ out those piif-itwuyii
'I Mrs J. R. Kelly and small of last whiter and hate them Size 15c Lb. 22c -
daughter, Kathryn, are spendingthis fttiuuticd l out anilThey I't'no\'utf'tl. 5 Lbs. 25c
week In Lake Butler with mil) used cleaning, ,, PEANUTBUTTER KKAL 1KNDMI;
-NATSEZ: I:, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. I I
I Drlggers. ALSO LAUNDRY ROUND STEAK lb. 21c t\K\'KltLY

I Mrs T. N. Kendrick, Mrs. \V. B.
i iIoIlt'I.lt .
I"'S11.,\. 'IKNUKIlCHUCK : Potted Meat
I often" wonder how long I' fellow Gibson and small son, Billy, Mrs. FAMILY: U'SULF.-\\'F.'r
In business l.efoihe" I Libble Stephens and Miss Lucile "'.\ Iron flnltli.-d.. Lb. Jar 15c
hat 'o Mtay ROAST lb.
Icurns how to run It. I have been I :Mitchell, were visiting In Lake IS LHS. for .________ _159cIII. I 12'/ 4 Cans lOc
of life auld stillS I City Sunday. (".\:\ .'\' FINISH. FLAT" iK.\Pr.FKl
I In It over h.Jf my
S \\OHK --_. ___u_ 50 Lli. Mild) A MKI.M\V--M.N
make niNtnkeM.: However we try sallis. \\ APPAREL I.'W- IJ.. I I'I'J.IUSU LRADINO PfKRCOCOA

I to keep them down UII low ns the ,I of the Junior High faculty of Bradford :MKN'S: : FELT: HATS : Js.IEE I CHEESE Lb. "Y2Sc '
nlrohollo contents of the old\ time High School arrived here :
I _
C'ASII AM CAKItY 5h( I I'OI'U .
beer, which I I..'lit" e tvne. one half Sunday. Miss Maxvllle Is stayingat i

of one per cent. That couldn't the. home of Mrs. Pearl Simpson. \ : 'ItKO tl.OTIIKS: \\IIII-K 100 IN( Ol%.1C IN.SI : 3 for 25c PHILIPPINE LARD Ib.10 2 Lb can 12J/2c .

hurt anybody. ('.\ .. .
Friends here of :Mrs.: W. F. Swin- -- PtK E- FANCY P\fK '-- --- ----
IN11E NO. 2 HltK CAN
yer are glad to know that she returned -
NEW STYLES here Sunday from Jackson- Starke Dry Cleaners
FALL FOR FALL ville and is at the home of her" TEA

mother, Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick.Mrs. & Laundry T oma t oes 71 c
Swinyer spent the past four t
23c
Y2-Pound
"T'S'S weeks in Riverside Hospital on account Jt'MI'S; : SMITH: Owner
of Injuries sustained in an
LATEST MIA'Kit KINO-"HKLF ICISINO: 1\\ l.n'4. 12-f.U_ 2..I.n4. i
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{ -. ... '--- -- 1 BOOTSETTS BEACH Miss Mildred ana ,t ,,I

' -? II1lt yA111l.a 1 I Cone May Stump ....:. UI'II1'! VIT' Miss Efflo Crawford, Cor. ser entertained with s

, I Other Statesi I II Saturday night.

Mr and Mrs Phillip Sullivan of Mrs. R. N (Crawr.. ,

"' STATE NEWSNews Jacksonville, spent the week-end tor to Penney Farms <",
,AKE: < "TV Fred P < one, LIVE
FARMERS SECTION Mrs Jean Gas- ernoon.
Demi", rata nomlnei for governor, j with her mother
'tan hen < ,tiled to the Democrat! kins Vanice Keen, of nm

't by Demonstration A cents color by tames A Farley, chair of Florida in Short ParagraphsFLOKIDA J Roy Quinn is transacting: business tended the party ,ti \1> "

man of the national committee to I I in Higgston, Ga., this week. and Mildred Cheaset 'I

speak In Kentucky Oklahoma and Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawfordand night.

A .._. .... I' other states at the convenience of 1- -" -- -- son, Cecil, spent Sunday after- Rudolph Chism, wh.. i I'
u- --- --- ---- ----- Mr Cone If such engagements do 1I noon with :Mr. and Mrs. K. N. An- employed In the CCc <

I WINTER LEGUMES ARE I| not conflict with his present Flor- TIMBEIl TO AFRICA SIIOLTZ PItEDICTSTALLAHASSEEBack derson of Wateroak. I Clearfleld Penn.. return ,

Hints To Housewives IMPORTANT IN PECAN ida Itinerary.Mr. CLERMONT-lAke County timber from a Mr. and Mrs. A. J. ChIsm, :Mrs. home in Woodlawn and WI, IR

I ORCHARDS OF FLORID/ Farley, who has read nationally I Is being shipped to South Africa two-weeks tour of western state: Bert Chism, Luther Chism, and ing friends and relative ,

where Mr. Cone Is one of for use in gold mines. The timbers as Grand Exalted Ruler of the Roy Howard all of St George, Ga., section.

I Weekly from Home Demoimtra. GAINESVILLE Winter leg the President's strongest advocatesnow measure sixty feet. Elks, Governor Sholtz predicted spent :Monday night with Mr. and Miss Virgie Gasklns tm' 14

:", Won SprlaUt, Tallahassee umes, such as Austrian peas and on the political hustings, f the re-election of President Roose- Mrs R. N. Crawford of this sec Gaskins attended the I,1e

hairy vetch, are of great Importance urged Florida's governor-elect to PLAN NEW LABORATORY velt "with a greater number ot: tion. wean II

:/ PERSIMMONS: in Florida pecan orchard, use his own judgment as to whether -I MIAMI-The Miami police de- electoral votes than he received at Lawtey, Friday night

according to G. H. Blackmor, Mr. Roosevelt would get better partment plans to establish within four years ago." "I was very
results behind Mr. Cone in Flor- be said, "with
much impressed,
red State Experiment Station hortlcuJ- for the
The season for the luscious sixty days a laboratory
ida or those states spoken of by the Roosevelt sentiment, particularly -
turlst. de
gold Japanese persimmons the Identification of hair in crime
the national chairman.Mr. In the West.
Fuyugakl, non-astringent and the As pecan trees shed all their tection.
,. Tanenasbi Tamopan, and othersof leaves and are dormant during the Cone, who la now In the .- WILL BUILD NEW JAIL ?

the astringent class Is at hand. winter it is possible to grow leg state campaigning for the Roosevelt SAFETY CLASS I QUINCY-Gadsden County commissioners '.

The Fuyugakl may be used as soon umes throughout the orchard, thus ticket and headquarters here TAMPA-Fifty-six students will awarded to Albrltton-

as It is fully colored but still firm covering the ground completely believe that he will remain on the be taught safe methods at Flor Williams company of, Quincy the

to the touch. It may be peeler I' Although Austrian peas and hairy Florida scene of action at least un- I ida's First Automobile Driving contract for building a new $24.

and used In a fruit salad as an vetch are both good winter leg- til the last week in October. Class, instituted at the Benjamin 000 jail here. Equipment will cost yE HAVE

apple is used and will be found umes, the latter over a long period Previously Mr. Cone had called Franklin Junior High School here. 13600. The Public Works administration I yO A Ia "If YO'R IH

tender sweet crisp and deliciously will generally give the best t on Farley and the President while At present the group is studying granted $18,900 toward GR PURINA PURINA K

flavored results. In New York several weeks ago, I rules and courtesies of the road. the building and equipment. E. D. O. Pf YEtiA FEE----ff

The astringent varieties should Satisfactory growth of these I and while there the Lake City candidate "'-""--- Kitchener, Tallahassee architect

never be picked until they are colored crops may be obtained by planting :, pledged his full support to GIVES ROOSEVELT FLORIDA has prepared plans for the new t.

a deep gold and should be the seed from October 1 to the man in the White House, and JACKSONVILLE Bert Fish,, structure. ,

,. kept until soft transparent, and December 13. Moisture conditions, Mr.. Farley Intimated, that an Invitation United States minister to Egypt .

of the consistency of jelly. By using however, will determine the time to to speak outside of this said Florida will give President PLANTS MUST BE DESTROYED SISTRUNK FEED AND SEED STORE

; only fully ripe fruit and being plant during this period. When state would be issued. Roosevelt a "tremendous vote" In GAINESVILLE The state STARKE, FLORIDA

careful in Its combination with there Is sufficient boll moisture Mr. Cone issued a statement hereon November. The minister on leave chamber of commerce Sea Island

other Ingredients, delightful results early October planting has been Mr. Farley's first invitationthat of absence will return to Cairo cotton rehabilitation committee I '"

may be obtained. preferred, Inasmuch as the plant- "I am ready to go down the after the election. proposed a rigid program financedby FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

Florida people should more fully Ing Is completed before harvestIng line for the President, and on my ----.-.- the Works Progress administration -' ,

appreciate the lusciousness of and the land is put in good con- I Florida itinerary the name of BOY LOSES LEO to control the boll weevil. Many Years Epf'rlt'necInkes:\ : It Possible for Me to R.: i \

I persimmons and enjoy them as a dition for gathering tho nuts. Roosevelt will be more Important ARCADIA-Sammy Mansfield, Plans call for a demonstration In EFFICIENT, PROMPT: and COURTEOUS SERVK gMODEIt.tTE ,j'

liberal part of their fruit requirements Seed of these legumes, when I than either mine or my opponent." ,,1 16-year-old boy bitten by a rattle- one area to show the value of destroying 1'KICES .

___
I plants by Oct 15; an edu-
at this time. They are fine planted on soils where they were snake Sept. 23, was able to leave DeWITT C. JONES .
Shown cational to Induce all
served with sugar and cream and not the previous year must I Increase the of campaign
grown hospital. Amputation a leg to destroy plants by that Starke, Florida
growers
in combination salads be Inoculated with nitrogenfixingbacteria was necessary because of a tourniquet f
P"rlt iiiH>n-GniM-frult| Kiilml" I cultures of which may be During SeptemberThe was kept on his leg for five date and a state-wide program of
In the of
weevil-poisoning spring
Select soft, transparent persimmons I
obtained from seed houses. Soil hours and gangrene developed. ':
Peel, beginning at blossom 1937. A sub-committee was namedto BOREE FUNERAL HOME
found
from nearby land on which the end of September re- .-
end and working toward the stemso crops have been grown successfully tall trade throughout the countryon FIRST ORANGES $6 A CKATK draft legislation designed to aid Full any: of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies

the fruit may hold Its shape. Cut for several years may be used. advanced ground comparedwith FORT MYERSThe first shipment in the rahibilitation, I AMBULANCE SERVICIS I

Into sections the size of grapefruit also for this purpone. 1 the same period last year, I II of Lee County went checksMalaria DAY AND NIGHT

';)' sections. If not using canned The amount of seed to plant per :I according to reports to the Department i iI :I to the northern market oranges when 100 53 PHONE 53
fruit
grapefruit prepare the fresh but to of Commerce from the 6 6 6 G. II. BENNETT ]
acre may vary, twenty-five boxes of Parson Browns were shipped Mgr.
In 9
: by cutting away all skin and membrane cities. Fall buying was days
thirty pounds of hairy vetch will I principal from the Blue Goose packing "A HOME-LIKE: INSTITUTION"For
from each section using avery .
proceeding briskly although In ai COLDSI.IQfll
i usually be sufficient for satisfactory house at Alva. They brought six
sharp knife growth, Mr. Bluckmon says !i few areas there were slight recessions dollars a. crate atEvansville, Ind. TAI1IKTS lint day
bed of f.
On each palte range; a from the previous week due d/- AU\I' Most! Heartache. 80
shredded lettuce or cabbage and on M to continuation of unfavorable UHOI'S Minnie
< STAPLECLASSING MAKING HEAD FIGURE Try lob.My-TJ.m.-W..ld. Best
GRADK AND
and
this alternate the persimmon weather. The general tone was favorable Liniment 1
r grapefruit sections around a cen- O F SEA and retailers were reportedto NEW SMYRNA-Ray E. Brewer Expert RepairingSmith's

tral point to make the salad resemble ISLAND RECOMMENDEDGAINESVILLESea be optimistic over the trade out local artist, is making a life-
a flower using a spoon future.In sized head figure of himself with ARMOUKS BIO CHOP
look for the immediate ,
FERTILIZERS & FERTILIZER
ful of mayonnaise in the center Island cot- the aid of his wife and a mirror.
wholesale lines, there was a MATERIALS I
to complete the flower idea. Serve ton growers would do well to tab favorable Mrs. Brewer made a plaster mold
of the
with either French dressing or'' advantage of the grading and continuation of her husband's head and he Is Big Cash Discount to GaragePhone
trends of the last few weeks. Commission Merchants and
fruit mayonnaise. classing service of the United Building continued at a brisk putting the finishing touches on Farmers Associations
Golden Glow !Salad' with the aid of a mirror.
States of Agricultureand
Department rate with remarkable gains being J. L. IIAKRELL. Agent
This salad calls for a package have their cotton officially 120
shown in a number of cities as Lawtey, Flo.
of orange flavored prepared gela- classed as to grade and staple, like of ESTATE UOHTH $2,637.816
with the period
compared
tine. Dissolve in one cup of boilIng says H. G. Clayton, district agent 1939.: WEST PALM BEACH-John N. Wrecker Service Day or Night

water as directed on the box. with the State Agricultural Exten- Willys, automobile manufacturer :

Stir the mixture until gelatine is sion Service. Pittsburgh reported that large of Palm Beach and 'New York, DRINKAT I

; dissolved, then add 3-4 cup grape- This permits the farmer to know orders from automobile manufac- left an estate valued at $2,637,816
fruit When it begins to turers were being booked wit when he died about !I
Juice. exactly what he has to sell, and often of a year ago, according OuLS
I, congeal, stld in 1 cup of ripe persimmons to for the fourth quarter production plate to a report filed by appraisers i
secure premiums
that have been peeled and glass anticipated to be very active here with County Judge I
"
unable to
better
place in the refrigerator to be- see the grades.cotton can Buyers purchase with- I due to the same cause. R. P. Robbins Ii ARE YOU FULLY PROTECTED?

'g."ome firm. Allow molds time to out having samples If they have In New York City trade conditions -
the effect but LUNCH RECESS I !I
"become thoroughly firm or the official I grade and staple classification. were somewhat spotty FORESTRY SCHOOL OPENS ..
substantially better .. ...... .... .
Is lost. When ready to serve, on balance were
GAINESVILLE-Eight: men are AFTER SCHOOL
turn out on crisp lettuce leaves or than a year ago. Retail volume I
shredded cabbage, fill with 'cottage Mr. Clayton points out two waysIn was higher though still lack- enrolled here in the first school for If not we will be pleased to serve your insurance -
which the cotton classed! forest rangers in the department
having ;
COCA-COLA
and ma- STARKE
cheese and top with mayon IIiI' briskness. Machinery
future of of at the of needs. We write Fire Life Accident
also. will be of benefit to the in the same city forestry University ,
naise. Pass French dressing chine tool agencies
the Industry. First, It will enable Florida college of agriculture. The BOTTLING CO.
While
Persimmon Ice reported excellent business. Donds and all other forms of insurance and rep
the grower who expects to save rangers take courses at the university -
This is attractive, cooling and much of this Increase came from
seed discard seed from those executing practical prob.lems -
it i comforting on warm autumn days. to the automobile industry there wasa resent reliable stock Companies only.
bales falling Into low classes or In a demonstration forest
be made In either a crank vast variety of miscellaneous replacement -
,freezer It may or a refrigerator. grades. Second, records on a large business being booked eight miles from here. WE BOYIIOGSC.1'TLE We specialize on AUTOMOBILE: ACCIDENT

I 2 tablespoons gelatine part of the 1936 crop will be help- dally. New York also reported that --. POLICIES that give{ liberal protection at low
ful in interesting mills and buyers -
British COTTON GINS BUSIER
concerns, particularly
1 3-4 cupfuls sugar In the Sea Island variety.To foreign orders for TALLAHASSEE Cotton AND cost. ASK US, about this accident policy and
1 pint boiling water are placing heavy gin-
1 1-2 pints grapefruit juice get the cotton classed, it equipment Railroad equipment ning in Leon County Is showing a COW HIDES we will be glad to explain it.

1 1.2 persimmons, rlced or run will be necessary to send a sampleof concerns, it was revealed, are re- I substantial Increase over last year. WE \\IIOLESALK MEATS .
through the colander. each bale to the Board of Cot ceiving a steady stream of parts ; J. R. Miller of the Federal Census
t' We will appreciate share of insurance
,, Soak gelatine 5 minutes In 1-2 ton Examiners In Washington. Mr. business based on the need of full Bureau, reported there were 295 Ask For Our Smoked Sauna(feAt a your

cupful of cold water, adding bollvlng Clayton suggests that growers arrange utilization of rolling stock. bales ginned here from the 1936 The Market and Oro'e"011 ". business.

water and sugar, stir well and with ginners to send these The principal cities of the Pa- crop up to Sept. 18, as comparedwith '\' Will Be Pleased With It.

> jet cool. Then add grapefruit samples at time of ginning, and cific Coast gave favorable reports 100 bales In the same period d
Jjuice] and freeze until like mush. that cost of sampling be added to of local conditions. Cat-loadings in last year ODOM & LAWSON

|,Fold In the peeled and rtced persimmons the ginning charge. If the volumeof San Francisco, for example, last --+- Opposite S. A. L. Ry. Depot. JOHNS WAINWRIGHT

> and continue freezing un- Sea Island becymea large week Jumped to the highest level IN LEGlOCOUPS

| til firm. Pack nnd allow the Ice to enough In future, It Is hoped to Mince 1030, lifting the Pacific Coast LAKELAND--L. P. Boudreaux, Opposite Court House Telephone 13
; stand for several hours before senI arrange with the Department of business index to 054 per cent of
II long a member of the drum and bugle Beware Coughsfrom
Jce, Agriculture to place a cotton compared with
I.Vlng. In making persimmon the 1930 average corps of Lakeland Post, American I
used classer in the field and thus obviate cent last Turnover ,
special care should be to seI 88.1 per year. Legion, has been elected a
I Ject ripe fruit. the necessity of sending sam on accounts receivable in San member of the All-American Drum common colds I

--. ples to Washington. Francisco department stores was PIERCE'S
: -
and Bugle Corps of the American
ISO Ii.UF-BREED CALVES reported better than at any time Legion. Florida has the largest That Hang On

BK1NO TOP PRICES AND TRAIN SCHEDULE during the last two years. Mem- percentage of any state in the 'I PERFECT

GO TO EASTERN M.\KKETv I phis reported that cotton was beIng corps. Mr. Boudreaux Is connected No matter how many medicines
Our schedule cnanges Sunday, harvested at a record rate un- you have tried your cough,chest
with the Theaters.
| GAINESVILLE! -Florida calves April 20, and trains will run as fol. der favorable weather conditions Sparks.- cold get relief or bronchialfor now with irritation, you can PAINTS

| are still going to Eastern markets lows: with grades high due to little rain- BREAKS LEG Serious trouble may be
I and better bred animals are bring- SouthboundNo. fall since maturity. Reports from you cannot afford to CroomuJsion'l
[ing premium prices which make 1-Due Starke 11:31 P. M 121 Southern Pine mills for the ST. PETERSBURG James B. with anything less EXTERIOR GLOSS
Howell took to have eight which right
breeding profitable, 15 Due Starke 5:12 P. M week showed a twenty-three percent gas mOD goes
[ the improved No. : teeth extracted and woke In a of the trouble to aid nature to INTERIOR SATINTEX
says W. J. Sheely, agent in animal I No. 107-Due Starke 0:12: A.M, increase in orders over the up soothe and heal the Inflamed mem- I
husbandry with the State Agricultural :Northbound!' corresponding period last year. hospital with a broken leg. The I branes as the germ-laden phlegm TIFFANY FLATKNICKERBOCKER
Last dentist explained that when he is loosened and expelled. I
Extension Service. No.2-Due Starke 4SS.M: --
sought to remove the first tooth, remedies have Deck and
if other
I year for the first time calves from No. 16-Due Starke 10:38: A. M, MISSION HALL Even
Howell kicked and failed don't be discouraged, yourdruggist
[ this state entered big Eastern No. 108-Due Starke 5:15: P. M. A full house heard the splendid violently snap- Is authorized to guarantee Floor Paint
[markets In competition with anl- Sturkn' and "'annt' Branch message brought by the pastor of ped the bone on his rlgh thigh. Creomulsion and to refund your

male from the Western cattle No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A. M. the Raiford Baptist Church Mr. The dental wrok has been postponed money if you are not satisfied with

(tales, and this summer a number No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50 P. M. Wilkes Tuesday evening. His subject Indefinitely. Oct results Creomulslon from the right very now.first (bottle.Adv.) "-

I of carloads have gone out. Daily except Sundays. "Present Day Evils," a presen- .--

James H Bright of Brighton, T. J. GRIFFIN. tation of facts which are sadly DEAF MAN SLAIN .....1.1.

|this week reported the purchase of I true, deserve the prayerful consideration TRENTON-State Attorney J.

|80 half-breed Herefords from P. E. :\0'1'14' OF. APPI.1e''TIOV' of all thoughtful, Christian C. Adklns said Harry A. Johns I riKTkVSeirl8K
"'01& "\\
ItKKIINrnm :
Williams, prominent Polk County < lltll No. HIM INOTICK people. The remedy offered: a lost his life because be was deaf. '
I cattleman. These calves, which IS 'IIKIlKnY dlVKN thorough cleansing of the heart Officer J. P. Bethea called to S&riNTgjStezJSSE
287 in weight af- Thnt A. J. Qrlffln. holder of 1-3 ofTux r offered in The Johns Adkins said him e wmu
(averaged pounds <'rtlficat No. 600, leered the through the means asking
jter a three per cent shrinkage, ftth day of September A. It 19.:IS: Book, and a full surrender of same what he was doing on the streetat

(brought six cents a pound on the has made filed application name In my for office a tux and deed ha.to and then, the home cleansed, after an early morning hour. Johns i 4 w x1Y wwrrs ?

4" [hoof, the highest price paid for b. t.sued thereon. Hald certificate which other institutions, composed approached the officer to hear rIOHb.H taken It taNsR maker at uwwr-urwM
Florida calves this year. Most ,embraces the following d.errlbedproperty of ones thus cleansed, will fulfill what was said. The officer twice /t Tre.e.dar.
In the County of llradford Q<\ .......
sales have been made around five btnt of Klorlda. to-wit: their mission in the world.A ordered him to halt, then fired a 'A'j< verso DI" I..ed

,cents a pound. It is reported. Went Section Half ij of Tnwnnhln Mouth-Kant' I South Quarter couple of special gospel numbers shot. The deaf man was killed. Beautiful Colors Enduring Quality

I The calves were slaughtered and Itanire S3 baet containing goaire by members of the Raiford
dressed in Jacksonville and ship- more or lens, church added much to the service
t Th aMHeminient of the nalcl TIRED Easy To
HUSBAND Apply
jped to the Philadelphia market. ty under the mild certificate prop.r-I and were enjoyed. I

|,:itr. Bright said they were an excellent wan I'nlex' In' *the Raid name certificate of Lyman shall n.be feet redeemed There were five ministers of the TAKES ON NEW LIFE I

lot of well fleshed calves, acrorUlniT 1 to law, the property Word who honored the service with Worn out, wary, achy, .lutglihT ae. SEEQUIGLEY
exemplifying the superiority of described therein I will be aolj their presence. row quickly and ...n,. nod Otam xjM.tl

\good breeding. to house the door hl rh"on Mt the bidder firm at Mnndnv the court-In Announcement was made of aprofectcal r.hl.ta.. l l .nery. drive. from out your ImpurllUi.food, bunl.t.h.lp :you.ch....t.nl TO"I j

.. -. the month nf November ltd, which message for next week's ind petty III.. ln.l.t on proven tonic H. air warmed ID the 2nd 111of" November 1936 )roo. Laxative Tab'.to.'. Th. f.mou. R.d
: Using by a much I
gas which has aroused
Hated this 17th day of September meeting .ro.e mark on the pock a.. I.! your f u....".
Ifctove, a preheater has been" inventad 1975.Oe'F'II1.. Interest, since recent developments e.. Only: 2,.,. PPM Sample.' Wrlt Red i

[ for airplane motors that does ( ; A .J.SKAT.t THOMAS In world events has been a ?JroM. "._of medl.Red..Croi"D.pt.1.1"-0-)1.01.S. J.cklonvlll Red.Crn.)'la.., STAKKE FLORIDA PHONE 3Conducted

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COUNTY TELEORAPn. STARKK. FtX UD%

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Andre's coat-aa he ran up the certain while Democrats
I pooh- ---- -
) Per. stairs They put It on the dead I pooh It. As a matter of fact. In
I C. man. He put on his own coat. Together the past when Democrats have
BEASLEY'S SERVICE
STATIONWe
gpday; Scsh they managed to carry the carried elections tn Maine a Democratic
body down the stairs and into the president has always been'
j.// niu W garden They laid |It near the elected When Republicans have Handle Cold Drinks -Standard Gas.

w r I j'1' U T: a plane They had done it1! it was the won Republican by tremendous president majorities has always a : and Oil-Atlas Tires, Tubes and Batteries.

ffTe! A one thought in his mind, as he been elected. But when the electionwas

: heard the cars furiously down the relatively- close, as It was this BUS STATION

I s. d.:week before leaving, kill he road and then come to a stop. year, the following national election -

a dilly'! r 8 P moved by Suzy's German glimpsed something it was the Terry nodded silently, as the has always been close as well BEASLEY'S
must do some squadron men approached and looked first at I In that, the Maine results echo the SERVICE STATION

t ?? It appear he died a Mind and muscle were In absolute Andre stretched at the grass and views of moat! political expertsthe --
S. M. with the dead man coordination In the minutes then at him. They stood uncover next President will win his of- Opp. Court House Phone 60 t

Srndav Andre's flying coat that followed He knew perfectly ed. fice by a very slim margin ..-, ... ... ....... ...- .- -.-- -, -,- ---.0 :
ffg off on hl.. motor- Just what he meant to do and he "Just as we left the fleld"Itwas ,. I
: : did It. Each movement of the
the Commanding Officer The Supreme Court hasn't been-
I rLiing- : control each firing of the .
,
guns speaking- -
report had come in an issue In the campaignthose
;' I Ion are TWELVE was as his will directed But afterward that It was: 'The offense Is proceeding who thought the President would \

y 'tfJ. he had no clear recollection splendidly whatwe I speak In favor of measure limit ,
It carefully That of that memory of what had had hoped.' Ing the tribunal's powers were tnls 1 a.
s
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happened. He knew
only that he taken. Likewise, the Court has
thought he had He turned to Suzy
had
done
IMT George down the what seemed to him must been on vacation and out of the
I road. He be done "That madame. Is his I
m One thing was epitaph j
ltooa his destination upper.most headlines. But when It convenesagain
J '00 A ;; on In his mind. He must not be The knowledge tit> that must comfort I L4
u not It will pass on a number of
a moment to
Linon by th shot down. He wasn't thinking of his beloved father. I can not I vital measures. r
I n .- was something else himself; it was not the primitive find words for the tribute I would
IMP ? He puzzled over wish I could him. On the docket Is the new Fruz I
Service instinct of self-preservation He pay But it Is not I
a cr Then he the ler-Lemke Farm :Mortgage Mora.
stopped
lip. m.- must not fall Andreand Suzy. needed that I should No one could
He opened torlum law. The first law was declared '
Charville the tribute
At last as he circled to escape a pay Captain
Rosewood of tools and rum- he has unconstitutional- new
plane coming directly toward him paid himself His last hour
in It. He sighed with law was designed to overcome le-
was his tile
8ft'. L G. he saw what he had been waiting greatest. During all
out the gal objections is that It
goggles meaningless horror of he Opinion
a Services for. The other planes the ones' war can
: did not need them 1 cling to the of the selfless too will be thrown out i t tL
Ijtidy 10:13 which were to follow Andre were I I memory
So far, the gods of like Andre Char- Also on t.httolJucllet In a case Involving .
Ijclock in afteBETIIEL coming close. It was time for him courage men &
side. But the real to give the fight over Into their vllle It Is such courage, and such tbtto right of the PWA to L__ k&I" '
I of them. hands. courage only, that purifies war." lejod money- to..> a local governmentfor

Rev. L. A. ; slowly for a time. In the office the He went to Suzy took her hand the purpose of building electric
on field
flying ,
\ Services that. His excitement and bowed low over it. systems. To competition with private
the phone rang. An officer took the
1'1 Sunday but he must stifle receiver off the hook. "All France will mourn with you. r / systems
., I Bible Study : be no slip-up. And the three colors of France will J Another power cast. Involvingthe
[nary have Suzy face the "This Is headquarters at SoutMy be brighter, because he wan "r constitutionality of TVA Is
Our number
I seven observer Just based on different
Her agonized vig- son. legal grounds
:r' St Marks the night. confirmed reports that Captain Suzy could not speak Her bead than the case which the Court decided .

\ I the flying field CharvUta bas shot down three ene- thrown proudly back her eyes last term In favor of TV A. IMy .'.
Service on my planes, two in flames, close
I Sundays were two sentinels by shining with tears she could: not The National Labor Relations '.
,J tfth Litany heard the roar Bathevllle. The report of the shed were her only answer Act Is also up for Judgment along \ i n

JtW o'clock turned. The light squadron has arrived. Captain She turned to Terry. Together with the Commodity Exchange JL

'\] getting they recognized An Charvllle's plane not visible now. they walked away. Act, the Railroad Retirement Tax i

They stepped aside He may have been wounded the THE END. Act, and others U Gives 1 to 3 More Miles per Gallon .;a '
arms, as tooting his --.---
Graham down to pass them. enemy had him at close range. If Candidates Talk In Passenger Cars *
C. j
Rev I
he arrives at the field our
been with him, still j express
Service with the ex- thanks and congratulations. That Crop Insurance
i days, ii a. I

Bible I At the time this Is written, the /I4" I
Service
Wo that
election la just five weeks In the suggest

p.m Prayer m i future. The Issues-.such as they, you make a test
are are drawn. The rattle of political I ,,tF''rRA t r1 1,
-ht
t I machine-gun fire grown I in your own car
4l:
./ constantly louder 1 and find out for
St. .Murk's The average citizen has neither : JEMIINO LE ,
the 1
yourself extra
Morning the time nor the inclination to keep
'{it second up with a presidential campaign in JACKSONVILLE miles in II-C.

Ham its hectic closing period. To do
Days at 10 a that he would have to read a dozen

practice : speeches each week; peruse score ,Ad y, c HARtK GAINLR1 Mrh. Sec theSinclair

jim. of columns authored by observers YOUR i-divid, towlad ,.ad ..nbd.lr..e.M .
all the from GOP- .w.uw.1.t I.y..a.na M tan .od.m.
ranging way
*. prool 1,lo.e.bk.| loaf loc t.J to Ik*hswt itSn14S. Dealer
stalwart Mark Sullivan to New W down-town JAcliMflvilU. Ens two* wrtb
Dealer Jay Franklin, and keep up tub tud ikowir, toll ..t.., rtua lay
with hundreds of thousands of radl* Mid tats, (i.a.ww bid w Nl wq.'a. .. U IYNpotN ,.. .. r wN.N.A m 0 .. U .1
BOB _, .,. .d i.4vtd .I n.d.l, t'./ s 1
words of news-matters sent out by

1 the big press associations. m Ma CONOiriONID .
1'r' COCKTAIL LOUNOI .
In the week ending September COfFit IHOJ ai'
And 27 a number of highly dramaticand Rain-S .i..al HisN&i Ag.nt Sinclair Refining Company (Inc.) ,
I'' ,t tF 71 RMW t J 00 tK R q ft SO .
o' eaT'Her head thrown potentially important Incidents 40RoemS300 ie P.11 So FOR SINCLAIR PRODUCTS .
her eyes shining with ";44 F occurred. Both the President and 10 s-rl. A..r a h.w I.el ilioo I It M rilONB' tae a
We read : not shed, were her only Governor Landon took to the radioto sass, r k dvbl..,, JQ.t. A >

at a yoke, "nstrer." expound ttiot rviews on various r' ., p UMP p..,.,, <9BMOIll > J. H. WAINWRIGHT Agt.

ten I auto I TA E ... Issues/ \. And on a tower: } political rAJim V HOML OIIQIO KLOUIDAtrfSS
I -- 11111V'*"' *f l t .k O* ',, STAKKK.
be barton of ; i level ag';;4g of party followerscarried "
; makes it pci ':', plane, wilt lirift boy I* the w:::! man flying for r on for their chiefs. -
'
\to carry the l I In a tense group FrantS j today/ I. I Most dramatic event was Wll

..f must be near the hang- The officer replaced the receiver Unfit Randolph Hearst attack on

possibly! pull as they heard An- and walked to the door. Throughhis the President, in which he said

Without a ; \ onto the field and field glasses he peered anxiously that Mr. Roosevelt had the jiuppor

1.1; his yoke Is standing, wait toward the northwest. Off toward it "enemies of the American fy-- r a'

I light When -...* i the horizon there was a tiny tern of government"that Is, the

Jesus wfl senses' keyed t tI td ?peck. It came nearer. It was a ('ommunl tll. This was promptly

nessed to I he Observed ev : plan. denied by Earl Browder official /

had lust as knowing that he "it' Charvllle!' he GrM. "He's Communist presidential nominee -,- : ,,,

minds that If saw th* the come back" a i Of more practical importance in a 'C I C a
the yoke and the mechanic : "His luck, as well as his nerveheld ; the vital matter of vote-getting

they will He skidded to a out" said one of the staff was the attention paid to the long O' .' .
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"carry on" i off. He did not admIringly. debated. subject of farm crop in- ; ,.", 9 orra N. l.0r.ah
president of waved to the me- "I wonder," said the officer anxiously suraMe by both contenders Mr. ('r. ...r_.,. 1 ti;.ff"1 I fiat om 'oulli > I ALL rotm
lege we seems ,*.d StorlM. 1 fear m XgrleulluiUb T oat fob ONLY
Into the cock- "Something wrong. Roosevelt announced (hi A press tfwfilry Horn.1 yar Country Ham.1 y.ar _
students the' his hand In signal. And he wouldn't come back until conference that he had appoint- Tb.Farm '..u..I.) 1 rear. .SO Th.Farm fouraal 1 lose l
"take It. removed the the victory was ours, unlesshe a committee to formulate plans, AND Tim' NEWSPAPER AND THIS NEWSPAfEB $1.80
too easy for the wheels. could not finish the sentence. said that "rrup insurance and I a Fur OB Year For. Oa.YearTHIS

thers and off! There had been nothing wrong system of storage reserves should ma .roa ..aaammmla..aaag

children to do flying field to get with the plane until It came with operate so that surpluses of fa

stead' of once in position, I in the range of observation Terry years could be carried over for d flNO Counlry&ma MCCALCSP

*e have i high speed. Bu he deliberately wobbled the stick It use In lean years." A day or two p a

human I and seen the was not easy to give the Impression later Governor Landon made public ?% 'rlyl st01Y! "ems rM" A 0

young people :I raise their hands that he might crash at any part of a yet-unspoken speech, NEWSPAPERfor '\ '.
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running wild. waa something in 'minute and be safe and sure he In which he too endorsed crop In
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*> new determination would not fall But it had to be surance. Inasmuch as crop Insurance year and Y

I have b I too, would wiint An dpne. <; -and he did It. I is mentioned In neither party da

'Work for a death. He circled the plane, uncertainly. I/ itform, unprejudiced commen- 3 Big Magazines

I have been the nerfly's lines. He saw that It had all worked out tators think that both candidateswere THIS NEWSPAPERfor

for almost quite dawn but the as he had planned. He could not out to get the Jump on the I I y

ed that gone. For a few hear what the men below were other with something new and one full yean M

tint I low. Suddenly he shouting but he could guess. He compelling -that a stalemate resulted -

the goes matter ; ) A long strip of saw them run to the ambulance.to : '''' And 4 Big Magazines

'lire! In the him. It- was desert- Th ere then, the last dash Unusually aggressive was Governor -

have never c.r, traveling at to make. It didn't matter now, so Landon's speech on social seen ; : 1 I Mat-Mine from Group A j 3 Msgitlncs from Croup B 14 la all
any normal < Could it be-but much If It seemed to those watch- rlty. In which he assailed administration I : :; 1'r

rents had the the otnrlous thing ; Ing that he had regained control of methods, though he ap-

child mind. I the machine. All that matteredwas proves of such a plan In principle.He Select Any 3 Magazine s [:Yi]

to enroll In again. He must that he should have time said the New Deal wa a
bent of our Ha must bide enough for that final thing he "cruel hoax." that it endangered"the From This List a.t.AO M...01.. a.l''.SQ n..1fev. +

teen years old. they would come to must do, before the ambulance and whole cause of social secur- ..,... I.-, I lw ..ct.. ".... a '.'_ : t!';. A.vN.a Ihrr' .,...
slid whfcW requfred the car following It arrived. ity," and pledged his party to the ..".. H_ a 0...., _I .,.- '1v101..ID Mftrtltf .. *... 4 DI.I:. ,. ". rar.a. 2r
I I' Clulall.. K..... I Iola J
the college Again his timing Suzy heard a plane approaching. enactment of a "payasyougo"old II.wa 0._. -' m./. ri.._._hell 81t ..,...... 1)n a IMn.......!...!..Ntt4l J".
the stairs and out In pension system which Houa.b... .... _I ,. ," .
cigarettes. :She ran down age ..al d "... "or .1110" '-a'
not allow low. He must be the garden to see If It could be would "provide for every American /u.... H.. 101.1. y., J.-.GI r.CYI't ..,..Ino. 1 rt B 0:....... Mya,4j. 1lIM.C.U' r.
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back at last It was! over sixty-five the supplementary ... _. Mari.CWa, C/rtM/
bacco in was not making a Terry coming I citizen M. CI 1 y- 0 2 rot H... a .
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any ... 1 .. Seed t/.r. .. oop.a II
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to y- .
of thanksgiving payment necessary a A dC .
But the little .
prayer .
course He saw quite .. J
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had a..d II
to I. ) -2 ,
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ette when and the man and was choked' Off l Iff her throat.It I i give a minimum income sufficientto ....<*. MagatlMlcl .I -Y. cij j.UII"'.'.C'.I I,) .. .. ,, a rIAm.d rynak.::: J". l
let 0
I I her from want." '.11011..... C..II. ) ..1 . J" ,
crash! She wantednot him or y- sea. ,
Pus She They bad heard the [ was going (o protect > H.l *<. 0 ,111.1.1 ITC 0 s..4'.1.1 y
her mother was The speed of to look, but she could not turn > On the radio the President con I .;, :: I aim* ft -1 ;:. 0 eta_".alaM : : : ," 0 1"Ir. N
of making well- '._.Ik Slot!*. 0 .eN a 1 re 0 Im.rwrTNt" '
her mother Terry had risen away she could not close her eyes. I tinued his policy Ia..a I 17 C.aln.knt'' t w ... / '.or. 1 m 1Tua
0 .
It seemed she could not en- phrased, calm speeches in which alIo.Aerl.ultudM .mil 7.at a 'rult Gtp or 00 .Ih.... AYLY/ta4f, / t' a
Just as Asak
She any' suspicion they 0 ....... .
gave her .,
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another moment, criticises his opponents only by T... c: .e _17.- ,.. rthew 1a ,.,.",. 1)p
her home. they were being dure the torture he W._.'. W..14 a 0 : w...... IV..,,, .
the sound of the plane I Inference. His big drive Is yet to iNut 1 0 TII. ,sh.lr.xr i rot g C, r'nr' j kd
that girl Just before they there was '1 TE-CJw.k ... ., th. f.N.rMr ,..... rot ae/w,
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"bother treacherous turn in crashing on the ground. come- he apparently feels It is f Tru. tlory if J9. _h. Owl, ItObo C sathun" AMkullaat Mbdrl' Poultry My. J".
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to for a moment, more or less a waste of motion to aI., ...IM tttewii.aa 1" '
courage and down. released She swayed as ",n MAwri ..... a "._1 715r
teal! mother his two guns. He thought she was going to faint. make major speeches as early F .m Cut I Ha (wy'(
many young The car zig-zagged But she forced herself to rush toward this, and wilt wait Until rnld-Octo- tJ .z.u...... ,7...I. / "

the wreckage. Perhaps, ..... Cuts..J
*r and l dad over. He knew ber.In )k. Yana
ordera and again that It' was someway, she could do something the meantime the endless CPTOEMENi: I Enalo.. S_, Pleas.! S.nd MD .
I to who will win continues
dren obey that beneath the for Terry. She was calling him speculation. The as Literary Digest poll I OIP r No. 1 COffer N.. 2 d Off.r No. 1 C Off.r No 4

o dient 53> your to their Madame. de Charbls frantically"I'm all right" came his voice I on the basis of early returns; other gives ,! I I Sloe am to checking your !paper.'I the .mavulD" d..!i.d with a *..r'. subscrlp.

the Bible at his watch. In a from the cockpit. Smiling reassur-j Landon a big lead moat
climbed out. It polls give Roosevelt a small but'
Parents must other planes would Ingly he I Na..
I State primaries
that arm had seemingly safe margin
ellts the flying field. then he knew one .
obey < little a
far have shown
six thousand feet been> hurt. so have I a 0 1 Stra.1 s. B.F.D
AinU-New Deal Democrats L
outhe must "It Is nothing, he said brusque-I
A London to badly beaten for the most
"Come. We've something u;en i
f1 7 a turntable of those At who first were he ly.do and we haven much time- p::rt. u have the TowMendites'l'' a 1'... and eta). Ji."t' ..,

I' : simple him.the universe. Then something we must: do for Andre"I The Mane election . . ........... .. ..-.
\ hike toward him H* was taking off the coat-- publlcau to make a GOP victory .. -

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CHlADrORD COCJfTT TELEGRAPH.!:' 8TARKB. I"LOKIDA FRIDA_OCTORPD ..
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___ ___ ___., __ -- ---- -- ------- -- -- ----- ------ ---- beth Sullivan he is survived by MILK PRODUCTION tin from Washington n ,

IF "OLD MAN LPCiELRCH"HAD RILEY SULLIVANDIES three daughters, Mrs Leota Pro- The number of farm,
Bradford County Telegraph A LIMP vatt Mrs. A. J Grlffla and Mrs. INCREASES' 1929 was 235 as -pr
(Continued From Page One Clark and two sons, Kills and agains.
Amy of milk on Brad crease to 300
The production for 1934
Established 1877 back Into the eight-gallon jug FATHER MRS A. J GRIFFIS; Clarence Sullivan all of Starke. farms In 1934: was h
ford County ,
Done It? Now you see, there' PIONEER SETTLER, OF Pallbearers were: Willie Green an Increase of 3.- nouncement said.flank
140,282 gallons
[ ; gallon left In the three-gallo COUNTY Oscar Grlffla Ernest Carrah Ze- .'
I Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered'as Second Cla one that THIS 019 over the last farm census In
and Ar
jug-understand? Now pour nas Grlffls C. A. Grlffls
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. gallon Into the five-gallon JugThat's Another pioneer resident of nold Grlffla. 1929 while the number.. of cows Holiday
IncrewMMl from 60S to
kurne. October In Bradford
one gallon for the Bradford County passed away
'; :-L. Matthews____________ ___________Editor and Owner Now fill up the three-gallon jug 3.Riley. To The Holders Of Bradford County 699 during the same time the Bu- The Bank of Starke will bJ
again; well, that's three gallons, B. Sullivan 86. of Starke Florida*, BondsBe reau of Farm Ceiams announced ed Monday. October it ,n 1,
SUBSCRIPTION-- MATE and one already In the fivegallonJug died at his borne near here after a advises tnat at 10:00: A. M. ;yesterday In a special census bul ance of Columbus Day (ega
makes four and there you an. prolonged Illness. on November 2nd., 1936, the undersigned letin released by William J. Aus Iday
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance Now jest empty the three-gallo Funeral services conducted by will open and consider seal

Rates Application Jug Into the five-gallon Jug and the Rev. C. B. Price of the Baptist ed offerings of BRADFORD
Advertising on
ROAD I IA II It
are again. COUNTY REFUNDING 0' I
there you Church were held In the Rosewood ,
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It In not stated what time 01 Church with Interment In the BONDS, dated January
year this happened; but It Is presumed Prevatt Cemetery near here. which offerings should be addressed -
.r vtrV that It was on a hot day In: Mr. Sullivan father of Mrs. A. to the undersigned and be Identified

August and that the syrup was of J. Grlffla was a native of Green on the face of the envelopewith I
the easy flowing kind made to pay;; Cove Springs but had lived in this the following words: ,
debts with, or else that the parties county for the greater portion of "Offering of Road Refunding
were not pressed for time. his life, and wall one of the plo Bonds". Offers must be firm for H C ey'
, H. E.LAGERGREN'GREEN neer settlers, He was a member at least, ten days in order to be

! --.----. of the China Grove Baptist considered.
'' PASTURES Church and an active worker Board of County Conunlsiionera, Oclob.rMEET
Besides his widow Mrs. Eliza Bradford County, Starke Florida. .giodou. Fall

COMES TO RITZ FZ0r1d Motor Lin.route,, North and
.ri Mounlals.idd r
CONNELLY dangf.g from vivid .sling
FAMOUS MARC 4Jfr 1oceidee
PLAY HERE SUNDAY pbrownsssdaesrl.fr.di QOIdon7ol0
TOM h LltwMT( Dig.M Poll fn tn1 '
I AND MONDAY for Pr *id at ** Job* Bbfaiiiout new. a almoa Ihaf or.s
,, Comet.suor Htdi; u fo tr. A rouse s y SU to
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\ Something new and different Is'; br Goodyrar Mm., el ail ouf .
44 W.l Fri.ever. N B C slue NetworkS make 7 bu. la.
S ? It
In the Warner Bros 'production aelble
depicted SszF
.. t r r
"The 'Or en Pastures,1" :_ pl u r d 'yon
1-
which .come to the Rttz'll'heatre 1 i. : vr"' mad.< for WuJ eomlorl*, lp rt'alr. ?.
,y, 4t'y1 v Sunday and Monday. In.plcturlz. i Soo and bol or gold tel lI s for lunch,
Ing Marc Connelly's famous Pulitzer '
Prize play which ran for five

years on the stage and enthralled 'sla'ts B SP
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millions, motion pictures has glv ai
+' y
en the drama a lavishness of production + __-_-
that far outstrips the stag New OrleJrs.r 14.30
play. The superb cast Includes: + lid Dallas 13'80 8,85 Richmond 1Q55
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Oscar Polk Rex Ingram, Eddie Louts' Nashvllle 8'00 7
RELIEVE CONGESTION Anderson Dorothy Jones, Ann 1. Louisville .x11.30 Detroit

Mae Fritz, Bertha Wright, and rlRESALL.WEATHER
A many others. Spirituals are sung, : UNION $[ ?

SPEED TRAFFIC by the Hall Johnson choir ; : o. La
Drama with a new wallop action BEAS ,
INCREASE SAFETY with a new speed and roo OPpoalte ('ou't House i

manse with a new twist highlight Tops the Ticket ,
and high-tension excitement 01 .M

O community today can afford narrow, congested roads _"Human Cargo," the new Fox production 7/ .Largest arth-eoma selling sea tire why on I
J and stre that opens at the Ritz
Tuesday for a two day run with .
Today's swollen traffic clamors for "elbow room." The practical Claire Trevor and Brian Donlev And' here's"\ the world's --

answer is to widen crowded roadways with concrete. featured, and a supporting cast low tire-
greatest price
such favorites as Alai ..
Provides including
Restores normal speeds. Eliminates congestion. real
Dinehart Ralph Morgan and Hit; a
ample room for passing. Saves countless hours. Increases Canal no.

safely And wider roads boost business. Thurady ana Frwiy: of_ nex caaDt"i AIn use FEATURES MMMM ; .. -

c widen old be sure ,to de. week brings to the Ritz "Troubl ...
: Whether build new roads or low '
as -
you as
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with Robert Montgomery -
For Two
economical PuN Threuih ajqrtMwfflml..*- .'
mand concrete-the safest and most pavementfor and Rosalind Russell. I MeM :

modern traffic. 4 6'1' / .
Go After Timber Cutters 4 s mJ1IILt'fam ,
State Road Number 294 Needs Concrete Paving
Sheriff A O. Andreu has bee:
A WUK SURE GRIP
notified by the Board of Count;; t'1I
Commissioners to warn all turpen Asktosee Come in 4ft f&(6 I ( :
CEMENT ASSOCIATION !S )
PORTLAND tine and timber operators to cease the > and see the Mffir WEEK

Hurt Building operations on lands on which delinquent Speedway.,, latest! U- IVj-w i ; \ vpr

: Atlanta, Ga. -taxes are+.-outstanding._ .

.-, Teachers' To MeetThe f INESr

Bradford County Teachers'

Association will meet Friday, October .

r 9, ,In at the 2 o'clock.High School Audltorium Register Motor Co I Da


,r Hall's Gro'ceryt' CI.KIIKH: : : ,tNIl I."rlO'li l%"l'.:'r0RS(11NIIIAL ., -PL1.1 STARKE, FLORIDA

N'otke ,In hereby Klvrti that the ,
loan of Count r'onin\lilc."irs:: ; ctilrB .. -
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ecapLn unx<>nit>l"fi Ort B A. I>, 19.16
appointed the following named ,
onfi to act a. Clarke and per-I ,. -
i t' MARKETc for the Varlou Prei Incln In the nalcl"ounty
( for the General Election\ tobe
t held November 3rd,. A. 1>. 1830.Pr GTHREE GENER' '
rlnrt No. 1. I.uwterT.
T. Blackburn, ClerkA.. M. ,
tlnnc-hard, J. M. Keddlnh, and Cecilhltfheai1
\\ InHiiertornI'rri'lnrt i
AND LUNCH
c \n, :I. North stark
J. K. Klt'kllter. Clerk; J. 1,. ('on.ne .
', 1C A. MewHome II H. Young, a 1 4tty
nnpectorM.Pmlnrt.
No. A. Month Stark
NEAR SEABOARD STATION-BERRY MARKET T. N. Kendrl< J. U I'ndfrhlll, and J. D. Bow.
.m', InMpectorM.mlnct" .
.* N... 4. OrahnniP
T. Abernathy "leik.: J. A, J
: CASH SPECIALS M<'Klnn: ..y, John Surreney, and H. D
Wamlln. Innp.LtoriiPrrrlnrt 1
No. a. Hampton
I n. Y. Haxon. Clark; W. H. Jonen,
I. U drown 1\11'10. Minnie Johns

FLOUR, Guaranteed, 24 Lbs. __ __ _75e ntpeftornPrvclnrt. N... 8. T..r.... r
A. 1. Sullivan Clerk Ida Haa-an
D, 1.. Hlnnon, and Hd Sullivan In-
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"p ctorBPrrrlart
IRISH POTATOES 10 Lbs. __ __25c I No. T. New. RiverM .
F. WlnglFin. Clerk; (). W. AnIreww
I C. C. Butler, J. J. Thomas,
In.pectora.Peertaet. eta K, itrookrr Starts Monday October 12th

PICKLES 24-oz. Jar 15c R. A. Week, Clerk; A. B Hurren. ,
________ ('Y. J. V. Edward, J. M. Molt. In.
ip.ctor.. k

t ROUND STEAK (Tender) Lb. __ _.20c Hoard I. L. CONNER of County Chairman ComrntnHloriPTM .

Florida. Bradford County and Continues Seven Days
\tt'ntt A. J. THOMAS Clerk.Idtlt .

PURE GROUND COFFEE, Lb. _12'/2c .\ ,
It \
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Babcock for Senate :J :,,
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DIME BRAND MILK Can __ lOc
p
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APPLE BUTTER, 28-oz'_15c d ....... a t'w' .Throughout the State of Florida and all neighboring ,towns of our.

..: Southern vicinity, men, women and children know that" the month

CORN FLAKES, 2 for ____________ l5e of October brings Anniversary time at Cohen's. Now; after week

..:.' and months of preparation for our 69th Anniversary Sale comes

LARD Jewel, 2 Pounds .25c i 'tIV this awaited announcement. ___ :- :. i


SALAD DRESSING, Pt. Jar _____..ISc '
k 1 Liberal price concessions from manufacturers We Are CefebrdtTrtg>r69 Years of Value Lea fer.

BACON, Beat Grade, Lb. _17c r. c combined with Cohen's special Anniversary reduce ship. ,Celebrati;, -,\ Years of Quality Leadership
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tions will stamp this Sale, the greatest of "The .Celebrating 69Wears. of Fashion Leadership
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PENNY MATCHES, 2 Pkgs. ISc Big Store's" entire history. Plan now to come. .Celebrating 1$9 (Years of Service Leadership.

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APALACHICOLA OYSTERS, Qt., 60c
i

ONIONS, Fancy Texas, 3 Lbs. tOe MAIL ORDERS WILL BE GIVEN PROMPT* ATTENTIONSee 1

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TOILET TISSUE 650 sheets 3 for tOe

The Sunday Times-Union for Twelve Pages of Sale News
I
RIB BEEF STEW, Pound lOc .
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CHUCK STEAK, Lb. ilk I

POTTED MEAT, 3 Cans lOc ibp WARD C.SENATE-BABCOCK :
I

BREAKFAST BACON Fancy Sli. Ib 35c ..iurr'ant a your Mi-ilnnwi-llke vote for a rrprefwntntlon leader.! A>- I|I <
a' Uiwhlngton. "'ork for prac-1 i
WE MEET ALL OTHER CASH leal tate and Individual 'right*.I l

3imrant' you future", vote for ,
PRICES. FREE DELIVERY. If. C. BABCOCK I
vpubllran Candidate\ for Senate. '
(Pd. Political Adv.) i ir | .

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