Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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(BRADFORD CASTS 1747 VOTES; I Ii Bradford County Election Returns By Precincts 1 i AMERICA OK'S NEW DEAL .


(Based on Unofficial Count) AS ROOSEVELT SWEEPS ALL .



STILL DEMOCRAT NO W P. Arnold _._ -22G 488 297 : 53 123 42 GI IG4-1457 -- -

Cone Polls Largest GRAHAM OR NEW RIVER Fred Abraham ___ GO 121 66 0 1-1 12 0 17290
fred EVERYBODY FOR ROOSEVELT I (Republican) Popular Vole PluralityWill

Number on Ticket THERE Note: Only the high man from each group is shown heloe AU other electors lie More Than
Here Tuesday's election results have ,I from each Party received practically same vote as shown for two above. 'i

given sufficient grounds for addinga i i U. S. SENATOR 9,000,000

weather, an organized new simile to the English lan- ] C. O. Andrews ____ ; ?
Beautiful I ___187 464 299 50 125 36 62 175-1398 .7
guage: As scarce as a f Landslide elections have been
apt t out the vote"New movement Deal-,com andalllallssu8'the the Graham and New RepublicanIn River precincts |i I H. C. Babcock _______ 38 81 (). 0 6 11 1 5207 I I n nr talked about before but the moat

of Bradford County. I complete landslide since the early
U. -
Idled Tuesday to bring out what S. SENATOR
Every vote 'in these two history of the nation took place
(believed to have been the larg- went for President Roose-precincts Claude Pepper ----___ 400 295 41 110 3G 26 155-1203 Tuesday, and It was a landslide for
General election vote in the
diary at! of Bradford: County. velt. Graham voted fifty-three to j UEP. IN CONGo I. ., Franklin D. Roosevelt and the New
DeaL Out of the whole, broad
Unofficial ballots returns were cast.Indicate as corn-that nothing suit with, and sixty-four New River to nothing followed I R. A, Green ------___ -S40 302 47 115 39 26 162-1296 4 sweep of this great country only 't;

1,747 two, small, rock-ribbed New England -
Bred with 1,511 in 1932 and 1.224
k 1928 the year that Florida I Fred Cone _____ __.211 510 300 50 127 46 64 174--1482 remained stalesMaine In the and Vermont-column
not Republican. Tuesday's ballOting COTTON NETS E. E. Callaway ____ __ 34 86 61 3 9 !9 0 12214 and gave their electoral votes to ,

represented seventy per- Alt M Landon. ,
Mt of the county's total qualified I STATE
list of 2,447. Growers HereABOUT R. A Gray ________129 359 272 38 lOG 32 22 1451103ATTY. When Roosevelt beat Hoover
back in 1934 his electoral vote of
Bradford went six to one for GEN. 472 to fifty-nine was hailed as one

Sector Roosevelt receiving, the high 1,457 Democratic votes and $10,000 I Cary Landis _- -_____ 342 255 36 96 32 22 140--1042 of (the largest In history but this
time he outdid even himself and
IW high Republican 290. In spite I COMPTROLLER; ", .- I'll. ,\NKMV I). KOOSF.VKLTPOISON : on the basis of present returns Is

(supposed leanings toward Lan- ACREAGE NEXT YEAR TO J. 1\1. Lee __--____123 343 265 37 105 30 22 145--1071 -- credited with 523 electoral votes
Townsend Clubs,
don by only eighty -
HE FOUR TIMES AS to Landun's eight It Is the near
more Republican' votes were TREASURER CASE eat approach to unanimity In the
cut In this county'Tueeday than Wo V. Knott _.-. _______120 329 253 24 94 30 22 138-1110 electoral college since James Monroe
ft 1932. was re-elected In 1820 with, ,
Belief that
Balloting began early nere and farmers will Bradford at least County 310.000on STATE SUPT.Colin Being Tried only a single vote against him. \

toward the middle of the afternoon : the cotton gross crop which has just English _______121 435 268 33 102 35 22 1-12-1158 Roosevelt's popular vote pluralitywas
long lines of eager voters formed 1 calculated at more than 9.00O- ,
I ben! harvested was expressed this CO\ll\l.: AGRI. THKWEEK\
it polling places, making It neces- week 000. \
sty to wait several minutes to Clane,by Jr.County Agent T. K Mc. Nathan Mayo ____ ___101 413 251 21 100 28 20 140--1074 Democrats were also reported .

tad a vacant booth. Little groups winning House and Senate seats ''1
He placed the harvest at a con SUPREME COURT CIRCUIT .
sound the court house indulged In COURT GETS UNDER hand flat and massive major.
firlted! arguments and discussions servative estimate of sixty-five G. Terrell __ u________ 90 401 228 17 89 25 22 126998 over t
WAY FOR assured In both
FALL ides the
are party :
\'I everything from the New Deal have bales,brought each of in which around la $150 said Including to. J. B. Whitfield ________ 74 338' 219 14 84 21 21 95866 SESSIONTrial houses of Congress. They were ;1
to the of
price pecans. returns from seed. R. R. COM, equally efficient at bringing home
'The Democratic ticket the bacon In governorship races !
straightthrough" Almost the entire crop broughtthe W. B.. Douglass _____ 91 402 243 17 94 30 19 1461042I of Enoch Tyson, 36-year.1 ';
seems! to have been the and of the thirty-three at stake
of cents a old negro, charged with attempting
top prices seven
tin here and no Democrat suffered Democrats won all but nine
pound in the seed and twenty-eight I STATE SENATE to poison two negro children Cur- 'j
much at the hands of his cents in lint. Good seed are bring Charley Johns ____-_111 403 275 43 93 36 19 142-1122 till Tyson and Leanentlne Johnson, Republican strongholds like )
Republican i''
ing around $2 per bushel. In spite got under way in circuit court Pennsylvania, New Hampshire.
amendment authorizing the of the agent's oft-repeated STATE REP'R. here yesterday and nix state's witnesses Delaware and even Landon's home 3

IWda legislature to appropriate some growers Bold in advice'l Fred Hazen ___________ 434 268 40 99 33 19 149-1162 were called to the stand by state, Kansas, fell before the stampeding I
tail to match Federal money un- noon.. Democratic donkey.
without waiting to benefit from
dtr rihe CO. JUDGEp. f Repnbli'j',
National Social Security Florida, despite frantic
the much higher price after their First witness to be called was
Art was approved by voters here cotton had been ginned. E. K.Perryman: __ __F 107 440 284 '. 44 l 102 36 20 147-1180 Ida Bristol teacher In the colored can activity, remained staunchly
lIhs)! tune of 984 to forty-nine. Democratic Almost complete returns
Mr. McClane says that if growers SHERIFF school where the children are said
Blot machines were voted out were as follows; Roosevelt,
'Bra !ord 796 to 263 but under plant as much cotton as they A. O. Andreu -_______ 451 293 44 102 41 20 150-122.1 to have eaten the alleged poisoned 228,407; London, 70,794.
say they are going to, there will fool Others heard were: Carrie'
recent ruling, those already Iieased be about l.OOO acres In this county I CLERK COURT Magee, mother of the children, who For Governor: Fred Cone, 2003ttl. ,- .1

flowed for to operate the new until year October will be next season. This will be In sharp ..1J.. Thomas _______113 369 292 44 103< 37 20 147--1125 are half brother and sister; Carl ; E. E. Callaway 40,821 '1
1937 contrast with the mere 225 acres Prevatt and W C. Manning, mem- For U S. Senator: C O. Andrews ,

Fred that have just been harvested. TAX ASSESSOR bers of the Bradford County school (DI), 192,138; H. C. Bab-
te on the county polled ticket the, his highest count However, the agent warns that Sea ] E. W. Hayes _____ _110 355 274 45 102 35 20 141--1082 board and A. J, Griff, superintendent cock (RI), 45,730.
being Island cotton production Is still in of public Instruction Peterson Wilcox and Hendricks ,
1,482. President Roosevelt
raa next the experimental stage and does I TAX COLLECTOR According to yenterclay's testimony -, badly beat their Republican opponents

not advise anyone to plant more C. A. Knight __.._____113 359 282 ". 44 103 35 20 1461102CO. the teacher brought the children for Congress, while K. A
than ten acres.A to Dr. VV E Middleton In Green and Millard Caldwell had no
SCHOOL BOARD SUPT.A. Slarko when she
WPA project has been approved noticed Leanen- opposition.

MEETSTEN for boll weevil control and It J. Griffig _______ 96 323 248 38 91 32 18 129975 tine vomiting after eating some of -.

is expected that free poison, to be Barney McRae __ __ ___27 8 35 the food. She also brought the BERRY ACREAGE
WIDOWS PENSIONS applied by WPA labor, will be (Written In) bowl. containing some of the food,
APPROVED HERE furnished to growers next season. from which the children had been INCREASES :
MONDAYThe There Is still not an overabundance
of seed, considering the J. M. Rosier __________106 249\ 193 of Oi 019) 6 72645 Mr. Grlffls testified that he received BUT YIELD WILL BE ABOUT '

Bradford County Board of great demand, and Mr McClane L. L. Conner ________ 74 318 194 *,. O. 0 17 4 68675 the bowl from Dr, MWdle- THE SAME, GROWERS

*Public the Instruction met In the office advIses every grower to get his Mallory Thomas _.u __ 60 241. 159 0 0 17. 4 66547 ton Mr. Prevatt and Mr. Man. BELIEVE 'J

ber County 2, Superintendent Nov- seed as soon as possible. The agent H. V. Saxon _u____ __ 58 216 185 39 .97 26 0 65- 686T fling testified that they carried it Those who are In close touch
1938. All members the next to the
of the day of
!word were will be glad to assist farmers, and D. Dyal __ .n __ 59 213 1810 0 15 19 134621 at the department with the situation say that straw-
present.The chemistry of
tell them where good seed may be University berry> acreage In this county next
minutes of the Florida In Gainesville and turnedIt
preceding SCHOOL BOARD season will exceed last year', but

eetlng'The were read and approved. had.MORE J. H. Moore __ ________121 283 128 0 0 15 ::1 60610 over for analysis to Dr. C. D. the yield will be about the same.
following business wall1ran9acted
: PENSIONS ( W. C. Manning __ 54 234 117 0 0 23 4 61493 Unfavorable weather conditions In

The Board to let the E, J. Lewis __ __ ____ 55 210 175 42 86 15 21 135- 585 Other witnesses were to be call the early fall causing late settings
agreed ed at
Udren APPROVEDNINETEEN 2 o'clock yesterday when are given for the reason. However.
of Mr. E. Norman and .
court re-convened for the afternoon
and healthy
other BOND TRUSTEES plant. are looking strong -
children of that section ride APPLICATIONSGO session.A .
!lie bus with Mr. Lonzie Norman W. E. Torode ________101 252 192 0 0 17 4 63-- 629 now It I* said.

then change to Mr. R. M. Croa- THROUGH IN PAST W. L. Wall _. _-__--___ 280 199 0 0 16 4 61622 few minor cases were disposed. Some Interesting figures on
WKEK of daring the first three of In Unit ,
.,bus. T. N. Kendrick __u____ 60 215 200 0 0 15 4 ..60559 days strawberry production the ''
court here, and will' be reportedmore ed States were recently released \\1
The Board agreed to put the The District Board of Social L. J. Wynn __'-_______ 54 218 179 9 24 10 4 63561 fully In the next Issue of the by the Federal Bureau of the Cen-

tuldren riding the bus of Mr. H. I Welfare at a special called meet. II_ D. May __ __ ____ ._ 84 103 38 175 Telegraph. sue as follows: I'1
Howard on their honor to be. tog: In Green Cove Springs on Wednesday (Written In) .. Strawbrry production In thlJt
dv1 ,
IeIIoIoln while riding to and from October 28, put Its approval II, p Gainey ____n_ 54 211 1720' .0 '14 9 120580 country amounted to 253.710,183: :
the application of nine ROLL CALL
I quarts In 1934. which was twenty-
t sat decided that the Board teen more aged. people in Bradford JUSTICE PEACE BEGINS SOON I three percent below the 1929 pro-

lpud! Pay Wade Gasklns for trips County for Old 'Age Assistance. G. W. Durham ________ 73 202 .' = 275 ductlon. The greatest reduction In
aide to Shlppman Sapp's and re- They will receive their allowancefor .. '.;t. LANDRUM ANNOUNCES harvest occurred In several of the .
to the full month of October. CONSTABLE
"J Willie
Reddish. WORKERS FOR ANNUAL I I late producing states where the
T Stewart will not receive Twenty-eight applications had T. 1\[, Hodge .u ______ w< 16 4 3959 DRIVE NEXT WEEK drought of that year _made Its

"Mltlonal pay for tripe to Doc been approved on October 14 John Rainey --_ -_________ 5252 appearance before tne berry crop
tPna'a Place. This Is less than which makes forty-seven persona (Written In) -' T. Frank Landrum, chairman of was made. Missouri, which was
miles and according to rule now receiving Old Age Assistance the 1936 Red Cross Roll Call 1 In the leading producer In 1929 with

?* at beginning of year a dls- In this county. The total amountof OLD AGE AMEND. this. county, this week announced morn than 27,800.000 quarts, dropped .

hsre of less than five miles money going to these cases Is For __________.-_______ 83 361 226 34 114 28 58 80984 his workers In the various county to twelfth ranking In 1934 with

"Ber....... way. does not change the $486.30 Against __u-_.._ 3 21 10 0 2 2 0 1149 I districts an follows: little more than 8000.000 quarts.
-' "rot Of pay. According to Paul Canova, Jr.? Starke: Mrs, O. L. Beasley, res Severe declines were also recorded

.The. Board approved the plan of Bradford County Board member I KEY WEST AMEND. dentlal district; F. F. Stump bun In Oregon, Iowa, Maryland anti

J L. Graham for the new the first applications to be handled I For ____ __________ 38 111 14j 10 76 14 17 27444 ness district; L. A. Gray, school. Illinois.

It'I' building at Starke provld- are those Indigents who have I Against ___ ________ 3 42 20 0 2 1 7 1085, Brooker, Mrs L. A. Brown. Graham Florida ranked fifth In production
tor a ten room elementary previously been receiving county' Mrs. C B. Robert New River In 1934 and was among the

-IlIiDg. help. Board of Social Welfare SLOT MACHINES Mrs. M. Wiggins.. Theresa, eleven states credited with nearly

Jw matter of" inspection of cases will be handled next and individual : For Contino -.. 28 70 57 7 39 7 43 12- 263 MU Ida Higan. Lawtey. to be two-thirds of the total production

At*wrord County School buses was personal applications in j i For Revoc. 88 341 162 27 66 19 Jj 88796 f appointed Inter, Hampton Mrs in that year. According to production I
to Mr. J. L. (Sam) Anderson. turn. The total number of persons '' un_ __ ___ i C. E. Harper. State Farm Mrs j they ranked as follows: .
AU windshield wipers on private Old Age Assistance P. D. Fanchrr Arkansas Louisiana Tennessee J

'JJW buses paid for by the coun- In District receiving Five Id 506 They are Andrews To Detroit Farm Sales At Hampton Grows Large Pecans The Roll Call begins Wednesday, California, Florida, Virginia, North 1

4ato J Property of the county and Baker, Bradford Clay. I November 11, and llr' Lnndruu Carolina Kentucky Maryland .'1
In Alachua. / J W. Andrews Jr. local Ford Two (arm sales have recentlybeen Among the many bumper crops and .
be St I urges support on the of the Washington Oregon.The
removed at the close of Nassau Putnam W. part
* Flagler Jacksonville with some reported near Hampton. cf pecan In Bradford County this
year i I I dealer ; general public In order that Bradford acreage In Florida Incre\s'!>l "
Johns and Union Counties i I 160 other dealers from Florida and H. Berwick, of Lake City pur- year Is that of R. A. NewKom, who from 6,750 acres In 1929 to 8.75S
Ct'unty might reach Its
''or tiOWa pensions| were approved --.---- I 1 South Georgia for a two-day gath- chased a sixty-six acre place from Is gathering large quantities from[I this year. quota -icres In 1034 although the acre.

thna following: Mrs. Fronle Negro Finally CaughtWillie ering at Detroit to see the new Jay Alderman. and C. F Geiger about twenty-five trees. He hasthe" age of the industry as a whole jn ;
obla Mr. Robert Kite Mrs. Do- who Fords for 1937 They will be also of Lake City, purchased a Improved Mayhem variety and Mr. N f). Wainwright, cb lr- the United States decreased six
prescott Mrs. Ethel John- Murrary, colored. ,Ibl'oke of the Ford Motor Company sixty acre place Thom Mr. Alderman : two pecan that he brought to the I min of tire: chapter reviewed the :nd half cent during this time.
guests per
atM Ir": H. F. Redding, Mrs. Edna into the home of A L Kahr ,I while there. It Is the first time Both men have moved Into I Telegraph office this week measured work dome! here during: the past -- ._--._- -
Mrs. Della Harris, Mrs. n 1934 was arrested on Thursday ;,I: that dealers have assembled their new homes and are well each about two and a half I I year as follows: classes: In home
4 Parmenter, Mr. Aw. of last week near Hampton by I in history I hygiene first aid and care of the Council Next TuesdayThe
section Inches I
l"0Ugt100.\ accused at the factory to see a pleased with this farming sick conducted
Mrs. Mildred Dyal. Bradford officers. He Is I __ .__ I ; accident preven- regular meeting of the City
e I
There ulll ------ i
from the Kabr |I[ model. and the meeting -'- tion drive promoted; Junior Red
was no further business to of stealing clothes new I Council was postponed. Tu.s 7pme! before the Board they home, which were later sold. He ,'bring them in direct contact with A string, when, twisted will Ninety-five per cent of all rivers Cart or'"'nliid; *V sent to storm I night, It being election night The
this county I rubber bund whenI In North America flow south, or I sufferers; (29 used for relief lo
IIIotIrned to shorten A
to meet the first Won- had Just returned Henry Ford, who will deliver a per- I meeting wl'l! be held next Tuesday
In December, 1936. after being away for two years' ;(1 to them. I twisted, will, lengthen. > Into streams cast flow south cally. November 10.
tonal message
: Grills, Supt. aiVl Sec. it is said

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Chinese laborers In the four- combat beriberi, a disease\ caused IJOOTSEY'SEACH BROOKER- HAMPTON GRAHAM tended the Hallowe'en 9'. -IV'

I used sauerkraut to!| an excessive rice dIet. .... .. Mr. L, C. ...Itll. CurroupMtfcatMrs for the benefit of the .
teenth century by Minn Ad* Ntmm. Cerr. < t I
Mlit Effle Crawford, Cor. !Miss Vera Galne}'. CorrespondentHallowe'en Lawtey Friday night
..--- D. J. Byrd, of Tampa was
mi Mironii relatives friends
I Cradle Swan and Daniel S. Carnival at visiting Hawthorne 'K'
the Rev A J. Travis, will begin this week
REPORT OF LICENSES Crews of Hlggston, Ga., were via- The Brooker P. T A entertained the Christian Church next Monday week. Mr and Mrs. Cecil Hllf"I., i ...
at the school building Friday Mr. and Mrs. Norman Johns, of A,[
It Ing Mr and Mrs J Roy Quinn night, October 9. Every body is Kathleen: Hardee
IMHIH' hy the Tax f nllerlnr dupll".lp" ot which have been fll..11 with the here last Monday. night October 30, with a Hal- Invited. Galmesville visited their parents Crews were an1'M'' .It.Jgi,
rnunty. Judge for the p'rl",1 b"lflnnlnlC on the first day. .f O..lobor, A. D. lowe'en Carnival. A short but Mr and Mrs L. D Johns, and Mrs.C. visitors m Ui,. i 1-\1:
IP '5. and, ending", on the. 3IRt day" "t October, A. 0. J930. B. L. Privltt, who has been em- renderedby C. J. Warren of Chicago 111, green section Sunday aft..r, ,.,.,
Interesting, was Fogg Sunday.Mrs. "
program '"
"n. ployed several weeks in Miami, returned the truck farm Mr. and
fltalp has Mrs
who purchased
Whom (I'ant..d, Purpose P.rlod Lacy :N ,
6.00 the school children, all in keep- C. B. Roberts, Mrs. C. Fogg; In
1 fKnlllhl, AUor..y. Ju-J-35 10.1-38.10.00 to his home here Sunday. from L A. Jonas, moved his family moving to Mims this
Z The Amps un ('n.. Wh..loo 011 D"al..r" 111-1-35 10.1-3" ,. 5.UII 12.50 ing with the Hallowe'en spirit. A and Mrs. L. C. Smith were shop- week l'h i
Mr and Mrs. P. B. Johns of will be
;<',..11 P..tro. r"p4). Whsle rill t'ealers, 111-1-35 10.J-3" ...25.011 J250 large crowd attended and every- here this week. ping In Gainesville\ Thursday greatly missed m( Ih., fOI
4 S4n..ba.. It..t. ('0.. Whelo nil Ler(1.... 111-1-:15: 10.1-36 25.00 1260: Woodlawn section were visiting L. A. Johns and family are moving munlty.Mr. I
'. i Pl.. Poly. ill f.1M'bt ,'u.. FI I..'. 1.llIht". IfI..3r.I 10.1-IA:. 10.0U) 680 Mr and Mrs. Wilbert Crawford one reported a nice time. Ed Waadin. of the Valdo sectionwas
Silver Lane Main Street.
6.00 on
JO.OO to
Coca-'olu. Hot. 1'0. Bol.Vk. 10-1-3n 10.J.36 will hold and Mrs. Lonnu
6 HII1I kit The Brooker P. T. A. In our community Monday. Pr.aa
7 n."I ','r.. lililf n..f ell.. Whsle 011 1)eak.,. 10.1.35 10-1.3__ .35.00 12.50 and Mrs. C. E. Crawford and Its regular meeting Friday, No- Church next Sunday morn- Mr and Mrs. J. A. Norman and Vergrie Griffu visit.ri, ,'t,
'I ,\ 1III11I1Il1I.I"Lto, 10.1/ .36 10-1.a8 1000 600 vember 6. All members are espe- Baptist son Charles of Moultrle Ga., and atives at Evergreen. Sun.ia\
,..111,1.,1, oil ("II., Wh..le 011 O..al"r" JO.t-35 10-1-38 25./111/ 1260II son. Junior, Mrs. Sallle Blackwelder Ing and evening.
III > 10.1-36 10-1-38 'V..r.1.. cially asked to be present as the Mr and Mrs. W. H. Tillman of Val- Miss Eloise Hardee and ueni
.I.nu.' II .rlloll), 1'ldl..r and Stanley Crawford spent Mr. and Mrs. Ira Brown, of
13 a ''In P'LI'k..r' I'..'lit" &Florida 1.llfl1t. In.1'0.. IIl1tl1".rd.FI.e/ LlahIe' 10-1 10.1.35-35 111.1-361 10-1.3'1 >,1 J/I.OO Duvnl/ 1000 000 I Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. blocks for the national quilt are Gainesville, were guests of MrsBrown's dosta, Ga., spent the week-end with here Berton Sunday.of Hawthorne weicvisit( "
to be distributed.
10-2/ -30.10,00 6.00 I their brother-in-law and sister Mr.
Itoon' Dixon and
Ilnuee Lunch Lunch family near Lawtey
14 ( "urt mother Mrs Evelyn Birt
10-1-3n 10.1.00.War/ V. Kermit and Misses Mr. and Mrs. R.
15 .1eo. Anderson tlnralfe 800Aet Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Yarbrough, Hlghsmlth and Mrs. L. C. Smith.HIGHLAND. L. Crews a,
18 1'ryontr." Cafe. 'are. 10.1-35 IU-I-38..JO.00 Ada Reddish Louise Webb of last Sunday. children and Mr and
... 31111M / Mrs W. R Mr. and Mrs.A. and iii j i
Kersey <
J7 ,, Mrs. W. E.
no 10-1.86 110-1.30 The Rev. and Daugh-
wail Antt Firre __ a10/ I Mace of Starke
( the Hallowe'en visited
H. : N 'V & Mar ins J. Yarbrough and baby spent Jacksonville attended F M <>c,
19 If"4 4Vnll. A..I: Hartford Flre In Vo 101.35 10.1.34)-/ 3110 : Carnival here Friday night erty are spending this week in here Sunday.
3/1/ 71. C Wall AlI'l. Royal In. Co JO.I-31i JO-I-38n. 3.00 Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Starke. Miss. M. E. Crewe, Correspondent -
Melrop. Auu" ('0 JO.I-3r. JII-I-38. 3.0/1/ : We are glad to report that Leon- -- h ---'-
21 If r Willi Alfl' Crawford
,. Or', ) Am..,.. In. ('u JI.I-311 JO-I-3" _. 3110U been ill Mr. and Mrs. J M. Halket of Automotive and
Z2 11 Will \,1: ard Fowler, who has very highway, hull
____ 3.0' J. and Owen Marr, of Mima visited relatives
Quinn Starling
II r Well Ant: 1I."ubllc 1"8. e" 11)-1-3& 10-1.38 Roy Clyde Vermont, were visitors here, this Ing products furnish
10-J.II.: 10-1-38____ 3 Oil has greatly Improved.Mr. rattniltta wi
Ina ro
t" made business here
Zf II'' W"II. Alfl: a trip to Jackson- Saturday and Sunday.
____ 300 week. They were on their way to 14.4
101310J311: cent of their
I'.R. fear Co per
25 If R'nll A..t: Fld'y" freight'
and Mrs. Resale Carlton and
ville last week. F. M. Crews J. D. and
26 II 4'. Wall A..I: Maryland ,'HM'y ('o 11I-I-a5 10.1.36: ,_ 306 Winter Haven where they will Clyde .
27 II r, Wall, Alit: Ftremane. F'd lid eo 10-1-35 10-1-38_. 3.01H 300/ We are very glad to know that children and Mlsies Pearl Carlton spend the winter months. Grlffta were visitors to Baldwin, Sorghum, now grown ''xi pnslVf- |
:/ If r. Wall, AICtFld..llty: & eaeu. Co. III.I-all 111-1-38. and Estelle Mott were visiting
21! If. t' Wall AKt. Central Mur" 1"010-1.311 10-1.3400 304)/ Wilbert Crawford of this section Sunday, In China, India Africa umime
8/1/ H C' Wall. AII'I: Auto Mul'l Indent Cu JO.I-31i 10-1.38.__ 300 has found blooms and green straw friends in Union County Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Green motored A crowd of folks from here at. ca originated In Africa
8J .Inhn" & Welnwrlght A..t;: Orl..nt. berries In his last afternoon.
strawberry patch
Fire lo"ura" ('o. 10-J-36 JO-I.38____ 3.00 to Jacksonville Sunday to

32 .JohnM. & Walnwrhehl, A"t: Am"rle..nHllm. 10-1-311 10-1.38__. 8.00 week. A largo crowd from here attended visit their father, A. L Green, who
AM''Ln' 'a 4.0 Mr and Mrs. Jim Rosier were the Homecoming in Gainesville\
8:1: John Wolnwrl"l I. Ail": Cumn"'I,1 Is a patient at a hospital there 3
Union AM""ra'e, ('0. 10.1-35 JO-I-3'-' ___ 3.00 visiting Mr. and Mrs. Overstreetof last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stewart of I

r U Johns Fund .lnwrl\Jhl.. AlI't: Fir'emuns 10.1.311 JO-I.36. _0_ 300 Evergreen section Sunday. Church services were held at Gainesville were visiting their parents !

36 Tornde "h..vro'et' ('0. Garage 10.1.35 10-1.80JO.00 1i.00 Many friends from this section the Baptist Church last Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. E. F Stewart

36 Life fiRrol,1 Inn C.(0.'all. Alii': NO'w"ork 10.1-35 10.1-38____ '.00 attended church Saturday night the pastor, G- E. McGauley.Mr. and the Rev. and Mrs. G E. Mc

37 I.otla M WadHworth Executrix and Sunday at Evergreen.Mrs. and Mrs Roy Green and Gauley, Sunday.

Turpentine Operator 1(1-1-35 10-1-3S( 10-1-36 JO-I.3620.00 1000 1000 t.00 Jean Gasklns Miss VergteGasklns children Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Crosby and
31 3D Flank I W 7d :kr.it nkere 10-1-35 10-1-38::::1500: 7.50 and son, Wlllard spent children of Jacksonville spent Sun- IdLTlcilowa

40 Southern WfKKlna flrn Bell Telephone Turpentine& Operator" 10-1-35 10-1-3820.00 10.00 the week-end in Jacksonville, visIting ously \ill for the last week, and his day night here with her parents, l
v? Telegraph Co., One phon. 10-1-35 10-1-36___ .10 10 friends and relatives. friends wish him a speedy recov- Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey.

42 Ijiwtey Operator Turpentine Co., Turpentine 10-1-35 10-1-36..-.2000 10.09 J. Roy Quinn and Robert Craw. ery.Mrs Misses Madeline and Grace Ha-

41 ]tile Theatre Moving Picture 10-1-35 10-1-3010.00 5.00 ford were business visitors to Jollie Blackwelder of this zen motored to Alachua Saturday.Mrs. .

44 Jon Standard, 1':. WIlHon.Inn Co.Art: Jefferson 101.35 10-1-36___ 3.00 Jacksonville, last Wednesday. section l la visiting friends and relatives R. B. Raulerson and chil-

45 John, & Wainwright Agt: American Irvin Prlvatt of Woodbine, Ga., at Worthington Springs. dren and Perry Gainey motored to
Inxnrance, Cu. 10-1-35 10-1-36.__. 3.00 was visiting his brother and sis Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green, of Starke Tuesday
Katherine Andrew. Lunch rt'ra, 10-1-36 10-1-38._ 5.110 2.50
46 47 J.Mre.W. Hrownlee, Den tint 10-1.35 10-1.30. 0- JO.oo 6.00 ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Jacksonville, were called here Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fowler SISTRUNK FEED & fED STORl

41 ('. J. Crew, Meat Market 10-J.35 10.t.36 __ 600 2.50 Privltt, here Sunday.R. to the bedside of her father, spent last weekend with friends
It.iom to-l.36 10.1-36 600 2.50 STAKKE, F R,
Lunch --
4BO P Milt A.Toll.ert Slmonton Show.' Tent Show 1-25-35 11-26-3. IG.OO 7.50 N Crawford has been serf- Mr. R. N. Crawford. and relatives in Rochelle.

51 62I)W F L.Vell& Lawrence. lie Plant Wiggins, Turpentine 10-1-3 10-1-38. 10.011 6.00 .. . . "'_ . .COo .
OjieratorQulRlev JO-I-35 10-1-38 20.00 tOOO . Oo. . __ "'" .." ". _. .
53 & Davie. Lumber Deniers 10-1-311 11).1-38 15.011 7.50
H W H Smith, Turpentine hperator 10-1-35 JO-t-36. 20.00 10.011
55 A S Clew, Attorney 10.1.35 10-1.38 10.00 6.00
56 Hfffner Vlnmm !Show Tent Show I -0.\0: I 6-36 15.00 7.50
67 Henry n. Orlffl. launch Room" 10-1-:10: 10.I-aO War \'..t.n .
N. 1>. WalnwrlKht .Ir, Agt: (!ulf
Life Inaurance. ( o. JII-I.35 10.1.38. War V.t.
fin Karl Cook & Son" Whle, Merchant 10-J.35 10-t-38 1.50 .75 REMEMBER
80 InterHtate. PlfplilJ' *. Im 1'IMInmlclHt JO-I-35 JO.t.36 1,1. O"vAI 10.00
81 .ella. Heautv !''IR''<>n. I.eauty: Parlor 10-1-35 10-t-36 10.011 5.00
12 T I.. !Monk peddler 6-6-36 10-1.36.([ War Vet.
63 Spoiled
(4 '1'.1 Moore Peddler 7-1-38 10-1-30 War Vet
15 W n Mlddlettin" PlivHldin' 10-1-3'; 10-1-1(1( 1000 600Wullme
116 M. Wltnhei'ley. Peddler of Candy. 8-18-.I6: 10-1-36 War Vet
67 Powell Tiiipentlne Co., TurDeWItt .
68 C Jones. Undertaker 10-1-13 10-1-36.. 1500 7.50
69 DeWItt C Jon**, Kmbulmer 10-1-35 10-1:86 PdAlucliua 5.00
70 .1 W. Anilrewd, Jr. Tire. Tube Dealer 10-1-15 10-1-30 6.00 2 50
71 Hi, W. B Parka Physician. 10-1-35 10-1-36 10.00 5.00t
72 Hlern'H fla"s", Tire Tulie r>eal..r 10-1-15 10-1-96 500 .50 ,
73 Jo. Blutiunk. Tire & Tulie Dealer 10-1-16 10-1-36 500 260
74 H n Spark. Barber Shop 10-l-fV: 10-1-38 W"r'et..
75 Polly Ann lleauly Shoppa, Beauty
Parlor 7-1-36 10-t-afl 500 2.6a
76 F ReKlHter( Tire & Tube Dealer 101.35 10-1-36 600 2.50/
77 B K. Ferryman. Lawyer 10-1-15 in-l-,10 1000 5.00
71 Hmltli ilaraxe, Oaraxe 10-l-8r. 10-1-30 10.00 5.00 .
70 Smith InraKe, Tire & Tube Healer' 10-1-T.: 10-I-.IS: 6.OO 2.50 'fl.., : .
10 T. Flank 1..lId"III11. Lawyer 10-1-.I5: lo-1.16_ 1000 ".00 .- ,
81 F. C. HolllnK"woith. Real ICnlate '
Broker 1A-1-35 10.I-SL 1000 BOOn ti' ',:'.'.,,, 11 i ,:
12 K KnlKlit, lawyer 10-1-IS: Il.jO| 10.00 6.00 r ;
31M Floyd flreen, Lawyer lu-1-15. lo-1.36: War Vet, : .. j jM"1'
r WIlMon Realty ,'0., Real Entitle "..1:1': '!,. 'fl' I
Broker H-1-3S 10-1-.18 10.00 5.90 ,.
15 Inn. 13. Wlliton AKt: American File ,: '" .." ':S( ':. ",
*\ OiMUalty Co. 10-l-.1t 10-1-.MI: 3.00 ""4 ,....
16 Hert A. PilKbee, AKt: lull Life
87 H. 1:. Prle..t. Tire A Tube Dealer 10-1-15 10-1-16 600 350/ '
pentlne Opeiator I 10-1-15: 10-1-16 20.00 10.no :to .
IllMlir'iiMe, Co 3-18-16 10-1-36 3.1)0
81 Iiiadford County Abstract ('o.
Alintrnot'i 10.1-'I5: 10-1-36 10(10( 590
89 Strin'H dalave' CIUIHKH 10-1-33 10-1-JU'- 1001) .6..00
90 If T Hall) Ji, AKt: Penlnnulur
Life Inn Co 10-1-38 10-1-36 3.00 I .

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I x -, is a day of celebrating the end of wars. But What are you doing to decrease this staggering

we are engaged in an entirely different kind of loss of lives and money? The Bradford County
;' war today-A war on traffic accidents and fa High School is
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talities. A war that is killing from 35,000 to

'1 i iIt highly organized to prevent traffic accidents to
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\(;, \ automobile. accident deaths have mounted to students and there has never been a fatality although -

dl( / over 300,000 men, women and children, 45 percent the school is situated on one of the State's

: more than have been killed in all the wars in busiest highways. You can help B. H. S. in this

which America has been engaged. The cost of good work by driving: slowly when you pass the

F hospitalization and property damage amounted school house and by continuing to drive carefulto -

IC I to $1,600,000,000. Think of the better uses to when you are on the highways. Think of those

which this huge sum could be put. being killed every day on our roads.

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STAFF Political l RallyStaged Interesting NotesBoys Boys Basketball My First AutomobileRide \

EPITORINCHIKPFUGATE: FUGATE Learn; Students Basketball team has played Team Sponsored 1 ELEMENTARY ECHOES '\\I

LITERARY EDITOR to VoteThe four Interesting games up to the Lake Butler PlayThe \\1

HEMINGWAY present and juniors are leading. Now listen my dears, and you 1 I

)lA JTILE history III and IV students Lake Butler junior class put on Junior and Senior play. shall hear not of the midnight ride I

SOCIETY EDITOR made campaign speeches In the auditorium a play here In the auditorium "Poor Father." from Lake Butler of Paul Revere but of my first automobile \ L -
KILLINGSWORTH Monday previous to Thursday. ride. As most stories begin -
JURIED an I was presented her In our auditorium Fourth Grade Fourth Grade Has
election to be held Tuesday. Many The It happened many many yearsage

EXCHANGE EDITOR enthusiastic speeches were made vote this history year.IV So class they Is will going know to :I and 6th Thursday periods.afternoon A large the number 5th when I was Just a little girl. \ Has New Picture 50 Books in LibraryMiss

MARGIE! MCMILLAN by students who The town In which I lived boasted
are how
supporting to vote when they are twenty- attended the play and enjoyed it..
both Democratic a population of 10.000 an artesian
REPORTERLOIS and Republican one. very much. Our Boys Basketball Miss Edwards, Teacher Adklns, TeacherWe
well ,
parties. three corner drugstores
-_. teams in our are very proud of our li
JUDD"CALENDAR sponsored it. The money We have a new picture
The Democratic speakers in the I I Health Temperance I that was made will go to buy suits : the usual stations number and of churches several livery, two room-"Washington Making Mol- brary. We now have over one

OF EVENTS last political rally before the election :, | and other needs. railway lie Pitcher A Captain." hundred and fifty book k. Someof
Observed stables. But not (one garage was
Education Week. were: Eula Mae Dyal, whose in Chapel Some of the leading characters there In that little town, because We also have several new books. them we bought with our moneywe
National subject was the Life of Roosevelt I I made selling candy and cook.
Dew two
Parents ; were: Arline brought
9 begin need for them. There
Nov. there was no
Monday/ the, 5CbOOI. Bill Long, who explained the Democratic -I On Friday, October 30, the following Fred Cone-Poor Father. wann t an automobile there. The ed Fruit Company flags., They are I... Others were donated by our

1Itlng! Nov. 10 Committee [platform and Lillian program was given, continuing Miss Dukes-Mother. inhabitants had read about the red white, and blue. The colors mothers. Bryan Harrell and Carl
Tuesday. Stump, Arle the Health and Crumpler painted our book case so
2:30-3:00.: : Educational Tillman J. W. Kelly. Temperance Christine Faircloth -. French "horseless carriage" but had! never are arranged in triangles instead
oeUDgS The the library books look much better
Republican supporters were: : program: Maid. of In stars and stripes
',ogTam In home rooms. I Inus Prescott, whose subject Bible Reading and QuotationsLeon -- seen In a "new" book case
was about
Wednesday Nov. 11-Holiday- Lowell Addlson-Hero. My father was a very energetic i I While we were thinking
the life of Landon; Margie McMil- A. Gray."HappinessReal. Hallowe'en we wrote nome stories Our room won the prize offeredfor
who worked hard at his
innlitlceThursday. lan, who explained the Republican or Artificial" Robert Drlggers-Negro. individual and Here la one of the the best attendance at the
Commercial business and! spent poems.
'/! platform. Others were Winifred -Katie Fugate."Moderation Our school will return the num- own advertising Major Bowes Show. It was a beautiful -
Cbapel, 11:15.: time working on machinery poems:
Elementary Hazel, Willis Smith and Bill Plum- vs. Abstinence" ber by carrying our Amateur Program his spare HiUlowo'rn' picture and Is now hangingIn
friday Nov. 13.- High School Virginia Fugate. to Lake Butler Thursday because he loved to tinker likes Hallowe'en, the front of the room. Comein

JIembly. 230.3OIGUTS: mer.Other afternoon. We it will over with it.One Everybody
Reading on hope and It.
) speeches were: The Labor Temperance, 11th go At least I think so. see
t grade.Mr. Benson's home-room. as well over there as it did here. j of the wealthy men of the We had home-room
Party by .Virginia the Everybody I've seen a chapel
FOITilE WEEK ... I town having been convinced that
Union Party by Arlie Sponholtz. I I ReadIng-11th grade-Mr. How Has some place to go. program last Friday. Evejry one
do costs us a lot. I of the "new-fangled" contrap-
don't ard's home-room. one
nat we The Socialist Party by L. O. Jones I Society i put on one number. Some of the
a hun- tions that ran without horses
not always Reading
you can and talks favoring both sides, by Mrs. Per. Many go to a partyAnd best ones were: A song by Gene
[ can always do your 'I kins' room 9B. would be a handy thing to have
lied but you Virginia Fugate, Bill Plummer, Evils of Those attending FloridaMaryland around the house had ordered one like It, too. Noegel, and poems by Mack Futch
:III. Beatrice Moseley Leltha and Internperance"OwenMcRae9A. Nobody is tardy und Roberta Whttfleld.
of good work accomplish- Kelly I game were: of them whipped to him. When It

A job joy that no one can take : Arlie Sponholtz.The Ten Little Brain Cells Mrs. Harriet Benson, Virginia Fugate, came he found that he could Except poor Sue. We are sorry to lose Thelma
ti a
4 decision will be made Tues- Bernard Jordan. Prevatt. She has moved to Jack
from us. Searing's grade.Temperance Katie Fugate Beatrice Moseley, neither start nor run It, even after -By

.ray One who knows how will always I day after the voting takes place. Story Leon A. Lillian Moseley, Harriet Bishop, I he had read the directions many -. -- sonville.

'all place in life, but the one who' Any member of the English classes Gray, principal. Miriam Guy Lillian Stump Fran- I times And so it happened that my Fifth Grade -+--- --

nan WHY will be best. history III or IV is eligible to "Reasons Why I Would Like to( ces Lee Peek, Edna Pearce, Ernest father was culled in to put life Model HomeIn
vote when he has paid his poll tax, A. Z. Adklns.J., Doahia told Studies Florida
Success Is ten per cent Insplrajt Be Like Roosevelt.-Mrs. Hart's Bowling, Into the machine. lie was
and ninety per cent persplra- which Is five cents. The interest room. Smith John Arthur Torode, Ver- that if he could make it run he Third GradeMiss

and enthusiasm was equivalent to Announcements. Gray. non Silcox, Ernest Phillips, Eddie would be given the honor of driv- We are going to study about

K He can not go far who does not the political rallies of the adults. Pep Club-Cheer Leaders. I Hartman, Reese Bradly Elvalee ing the automobile the first time. Florida this month. R Is going to Buddlngton, Teacher

,jow how to stop. The students studied all sides of |I Reddish and Miss Rosalind Jacobs. And when he came home and told be very Interesting. Our model house is all ready to

_-. the political situation and are bet- EIGHTH GRADE WINSAII.TEtTR Iris Sapp went to Jacksonville us about It I was made almost We are going to mane booltiotsDf paper. However, we haven't

A READER'S PRAYER ter prepared to vote intelligentlyIn 'I PRIZE Saturday. hysterical with joy when he told Florida when we have finished enough wall paper to do it with If

"their voting' Tuesday morn- -- me that I might ride with him. studying about it. anyone has some which they can
H,H. Barstow, receiving his sug- Grace Dew won for us In the OF have elected a new president,
Ing. IlIOGRArilY Father worked on the machine We contribute we shall be very grateful. -
':fstlon from Dr. Henry Van We shall let you know the results Amateur Program last Friday. KEVIN JONES whenever he could until at last Ellen Meraereau and a treasurer, We have a few more new

:lilies "Writer's Prayer" gives us I next week.SVIIAT What would happen if we didn't Mr. and Mrs. Junes were living the day came when the initial trip Dorothy Lavon. books. We also have a new sand-

iwggestlve "Reader's Prayer"Lord have Grace? Ferol Jones gave a on a farm near Tlfton, Georgia, was to be made. The news had We are very grateful to Mr. table in our room. This week we

! let me never slight the WOULD HAPPEN IF- good number for our room also. when their boy, Elvin, was born. spread throughout the town and Gray for giving us a new pencil have enjoyed making Hallowe'en
moral of Most of the tests for the second
;aoninjf nor the any- Rosa Mae Howe didn't get Mrs. Jones had two grown childrenby Into the highways and byways sharpener as we didn't hnve one. witches, pumpkins and black cats.

:jgng I read. Make me respect tickled. month have been given and we a former marriage, and it had about the wonderful horseless car- We are glad to have Thelma ._ _
mind so much that I dare noted all hope to make A. We have had I back with us. We hope
'f1 I been years since she had cuddled riage. Therefore, the afternoon Cooper SIXTH GRADE NEWS
Willis Smith lost his
- has nor moil gum. interesting lessons in all our sub-
what no meaning school
before the eventful trip, a special she won't miss any more
I and cared for a baby; consequentlythis
We didn't have bookkeeping. and current events We want to thank the pupils and
Help me choose with equal' jects some good started Health
, We have a new
night of March 12, 1919, wasa edition of the weekly newspaper
]lare my friends and my books,, Mary Wiggins went to Shorthand in science and history were given. for her. carried the news of the momentous content this week Keeffee Pitts'side mothers who made sandwiches for

1 Ixciuse they are both for life. class every day. Our scrap books are started and joyous one and notice that a school won last month our clans to sell. We made three
event, a
1 Jlow me that as In a river, so in Jessie Mae Brannen couldn't will continue to grow. Book reports The first two years of Elvin'sUfe holiday was declared for the following Mrs. Howard, Teacher. dollars with which we bought

)Jwdlng, the depths hold more of study after dark. In the forms of booklets and were spent on this farm. Milk --.-- story booka for our library. We

JIgth and beauty than the shal- All General Business notebookswere posters were made in English class butter and eggs were plentiful anda day. ELEMENTARY: ASSEMBLY surely enjoy reading them. We

,on, completed on time. and the best ones were put on dis fine, strong, healthy body was The night prior to the big dayI I The Elementary Assembly had aHallowe'en hope to buy some copies of longer

I Bernard Rosier dropped Short- play. We all enjoy this new way built as well as a sound mind. thought I should never go to and stories later
health temperance
j Teach me to value art without __ ,
IJtikUU" A* of making book-reports. Elvin showed signs very earlyof sleep. Thoughts anticipationkept I last Thursday. We sang Gloria Buford Reporter.
blind to me
:iEj! thought. Keep I program
little mind working over-
r didn't her '' beforehe my .
misplace Once
Katie Fugate We orderly being a dreamer. which
Home" was
'ran caring more for much read- are emphasizing several "Old Folks At ,
,' books. in our room. The had reached school age, he was. time and I lay awake followed the following numbers SEVENTH GRADE HASINTERESTING
:!II !ban for careful reading; for I house-keeping how lovely I by
hours thinking
Dorothy Lamb didn't ask ques- street car with his just PROGRAM
on a
desks are examined and checked riding
: than the Book. Give me an :
down the
\\w.that will let me read only the tions. each day in regards to neatness.A mother and father. When they would look riding 1. Poem, "This Is the House

jl led when that is done, stop Clarice Gill couldn't draw maps. most interesting science lessonon came to their crossing, they, with In would the lovely almost new be carriage.like Cinderellawith Why, That Jack Built" by pupils olMiss On Thursday morning the SevenB
off the street car. I home was conducted -
C Repay me with to teach the Life of Insects has continued others, stepped Lilly's Room. room program
? power her coach and four. Oh!
WE WONDER WHY:- evidentlynot R C. .
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in our room throughout the Elvln's thoughts "Hallowe'en Acrostic" by
to 2.
.tiers: and help me say all the how delicious! Just to think of
j.\m\ a disciplined mind a grateful Roswell Noegel smiles week. A caterpillar confined in a on his Immediate surround- to little several of Mrs. Howard's pupils. first thing on the program
it keep any
,w time. glass jar incased Itself in a co ings, for he wandered down the was 3. Recitation, "The Old Woman was the Bible reading. Then we
j Junior Adklns doesn't go on the coon. Its activities were clearly street with a man and woman who girl awake all night. I decldef'not Who Lived In a Shoe." by Mar- all united In the Lord's prayer and
at all. It was
to to sleep
11SXEKS AND MORALS radio. visible and it is unusual to see a were not his parents. It was sometime go garet Montelth. Flag salute. Next was a poem
I CHAIRMAN GIVES AIMS Margie McMillan doesn't become larvae pupaing. before Mr. and Mrs. Jones too nice to just lie there and think 4. Song. "You Gotta Eat Your "The Goldfish," by Pinell Yantz.
of the fun to come.
i an opera star. Mary Loraine Stockwell, were able to locate their boy. all Spinach Baby," from Miss lla- Next we had some rules, "Safetyon
I To do all we can to make our Rosa Mae Rowe doesn't change Reporter. Elvin started school In Tampa, Then It was morning and the zen's room. Bicycles" by Othma Haynes.

1 L To build strong characters inr waste basket is missing HEART THROBS moved to Lennox, Georgia. where My father arose at six o'clock and Hoyt Warren. a bicycle a week before thought It ,.

r 'school by emphasizing the from the Commercial room. These are a few of the forlorn he went Into the third grade. lie found me all dressed, waiting for 6. "A Hallowe'en Song," by Important to read the rules to us.

aracter traits such as: honesty, lovers of B. H. S.: has enjoyed school each and every the rest of the household to arise Mrs. Roberts' Third Grade. After hearing all the rules we

uthfulnesa, generosity, ambition, "TIlE LIFE BEYOND" Billy Long to Katie Fugate "Un- i' year of it. His hobby is anything After breakfast, he left, promising 7. "The Human Engine," by found they had left out the most

wage, efficiency, etc. I (Original Poem) til The Real Thing Comes Along." electrical--particularly the radio. I to send for me at nine forty-five Sara Barefoot. Important one of all. We added a

J.L To teach the root of real po- : The one whom we call dead Billy Powell to Miriam Guy, Elvin has come to Starke to finIsh as the trip was to be made at ten 8. Song, "There's a Funny LIttle rule which we thought should come

:ness at school, at home, at the Lives and loves you, gone 'tis true, "When Did You Leave Heaven." his school days and we can see o'clock. Fellow," by Onu Demqrest. I first of all. That rule was, "Look

.* on the street and for special I I From such lights as shines for you, Arthur Swanbom to his unknown that he Is still a very thoughtfulboy. It was a bright, sunshiny Octo- 0. Song "Ten Little Brain always where you are going."

IMSI But In the light ye can not see. blonde "I Am Here But Our dreamers In the past ber day but I was dressed as Cells," by several sixth grade pu Geraldine Sllcox.HOME .

I 4. We will teach the important I Of unfulfilled felicity: I Where Are You?" have down great things. We feel though It were a freezing day In pils. I-

tats for dress to each home room In enlarging paradise Willis Smith to Ella Mae Sapp, that this 'thougbtfal. .boy gives January. Anyone looking at me 10. Recitation "I'd Like to BeLike VNIT i "

'for school, and church. Lives a life that never dies. "Why Don't We Get Along?" promise of giving service to man- and not knowing about the con- Roosevelt," by five boys from :1
We are studying a Home Unit. :
5. Our when clear visionIs ;
pledge: Myrtice Killlngsworth to Al kind at a time templated automobile ride might Mrs. Hart's room.
We aIm to make all of our talks not farewell; dressed We are furnishing a> doll house. ::1
I Farewell dear! Yet Manassa "When I'm With You." much needed. have guessed that I was --.
" time, brief, and Interesting. Our When I am, ye, too, shall dwell.I Martlle Hemingway to Hal Alex- Mrs. Benson. for a trip to the North Pole, My ; "CLEAN lIst NJS"!' CAMPAIGN The house In white trimmed in ;
*((3 each Tuesday face -- I nU green. It has six rooms the bathroom J
are given I am gone before your ander "All My Life." grandmother insisted that wear IN u. I'JEL1I (iit.in'.
""mini This week the subject I A moment's- time, a little space Grace Arwood to William Woolen EXCHINGE my winter woolens because it had of the laundry room, two bed
each is "Faithfulness." I where I have stepped automobile wentas Using samples Lifebuoy soap rooms, a kitchen and dining-room,
member come dangling been said that the
When ye "You Started Me Dreaming. What are those queer and charts Mrs. Hart gave to us, combined and We
a living room.
Patsy Edmondson, Chairman. I Harriet Benson to S. G. Denmark articles dripping from fingers? fast as twenty miles an hour. we have begun a "Clean Hands"' have the bathroom and laundryroom
Ye will wonder why ye wept. Can't From You." fingernails.Some At last my father sent for me
"I Escape Yes, campaign. We check the charts furnished. We will be workIng
Adklns to Margaret are dressed gaudily in bril- and upon my arrival at the scene -
Junior each morning and at the end of
the unit time.
Beware Coughsfrom Weep a while If we are fain. Pearce, "Taint No Use." liant hues and and others shabbilyIn of Interest I was hoisted to the the week, If we have a good recordwe on Miss a long First Grade.
Sunshine still must follow rain drab colors. Most boys desire seat. The engine had already been will each get a gold star. .

common colds Only not at death; for death BIOGRAPHY OF the louder design that is, edged in started and It was making sucha We made a poster in history of BEGINNERS
that first breath taken to scalloped noise and the body of the car
Now I know is DOLORES BLOODS WORTH black, others have Captain John Smith aa he was beIng
That On Which our souls draw when we In Raiford, Florida on the day edges, and still others aren't was shaking so that I became saved by the little Indian Mrs. Klncald, TeacherWe
:, Hang I of Personally, I like the frightened and gripped the seat
enter of March 28, 1919 the home particular. maiden, Pocahontas.At had a Hallowe'en party Fri
which of all life Is the center. B. Bloodsworth design. You know It baa to with both of my little hands. There
Jf re matter how many medicine Life, Mr. and Mrs. W. fruit last our November Issue of day afternoon. Mickey Mouse Ice-
Jahave I tried for your cough,chest; 'Be ye strong of heart and come was brightened by the appearanceof be peeled before perfection.Girls was a great crowd of people there Chlldllfe Magazine baa come and cream was served and favors were

*;J1 or bronchial irritation, you can Bravely onward to your home. a little baby girl. The baby was of course need long nails. and all/ of them were laughing and we have been enjoying It. given each child. Games were

,,,,",ef now with Creomulslon.J By Leslie Prevatt. christened Loca Dolores Blood Why? WelL, perhaps for style and talking. > Mrs. Hart put up two safety played and a good time was had
*J trouble be brewing and Tenth Grade. NoW tell me, father climbed Into the seat
may her as Do- for protection. My "
'oq" chance worth We all know maybe posters last week/One says "Cross by alL .
nnot afford to take a ,
:... handily to clear the
to-more and the police began
L at the would come
Bloodaworth was what "
CreomulK Mr at Corners and the other
= anything less than ores. only We are co sorry to lose one of
', seat GUESS WHO stone cutter I fingernails for scratching road. There was a harsh, grating
! which goes right to the time of Dolores birth a than "Danger at Dusk-Watch Out! our pupils. Norwood Gullford I*
* the trouble to aid nature toe Who in the Junior class Is small and farmer. His trade, at the ''out the eyes of love' rivals? noise an some mysterious lever GeraldIne Todd.
2* and heal inflamed mem- the ?" at girl' fin- moved then anotherand MargaretStringfellow moving to Quitman, Ga., where he
the slender and "easy on eyes time, remains the same. I' Some time stare a was -
present and Ethel Mae Coleman
will live with his
y>w as the germ-laden phlegm she doesn't such shak- grandmother.
friend. popular lived in and see If say another. Then came a
1 everyone's family
taeened and expelled. She is The Bloodsworth gernails gave splendid reports on stories We hope he will come to see us
J2 If other remedies have though quiet in a way. She likes Raiford about a month then movedto something like "Oh, aren't they aaigbt ing that I was almost thrown on In literature class Friday, sometime.

d. don't be discouraged, your picture shows, dances, and foot- Jacksonville. At the age of six ? I really must manicure my bead, and my 'teeth did a tap- Mural Smith brought her Big .

*JW:st is authorized, to guarantee ball games. She dresses neatly, Dolores entered the Norman Junior them, but I've been so busy late- I dance And we began to move Little Book of Sybil Juson In "Lit READINO CORNER- -INSECOND
2aulsion? and to refund your well. She be- Jacksonville After "" Delary Beach School High- and we were off! Some of the
-J7 if you are not satisfied with, quietly and very Club High School In ly. tie Big Shot" for us to use.BIRTHDAY ORADRWe
Junior Woman's the fourth gradeIn lights. people clapped their hands; the
Jlja from the very first bottle. longs to the completing 'V
2 Creomulalon right now. (..advJI and the Sub-Deb Club and is prominent this school she continued her lye often wondered myself. But, ladles waved their handkerchiefs PARTY have two new colorful posters -

- in both. Last, but not least, education In the Vanderbilt rural after all, -fingernails are only the men and boys threw their hats First A Grade for our reading corner One of

she Is noted for talking about "the school where she completed the trying to compete with the rest of j' Into the air and shouted, "Hooray!IHoorayl" We had a birthday party for our them shows some children enjoy
who? to the ex- Some of them ran along their and is entitled
boy from GaInesville Guess eighth grade. Dolores Is now en- the styles-by going teacher. We played Hallowe'en Ing library

Answer elsewhere on this page. rolled in Bradford High. This is treme. the side of the car laughing and game and gave a prize to the one "Reading for Fun". We are try-

....i- fourth year in this school. She shouting. I glanced at my father that pinned the cat's tall on. Ing to make our reading classes
NOTICE PREPARATORY who wore a fate-defylna; smile as more fun, too.TRAIN.
cred- s- f-tbe students -, COLLEGE Mlsa
hereby given to all one many promising Madge Middleton, Teacher
Notice 'la claimant* of and Dolores. CLUB ENJOYED SOCIAL' he gripped the wheel tightly with
Itora, "ebtore and in the senior class.
a.alnat the ..tate of F. A. .Andr.w.clImI to be idle and is : both hands. bered down and crawled under It, SCHXDCLB

dec.a.ed, to etate fll. any with'and the all Honorable prefers never when she has some-I The C. P. C. Club held its week-'I The machine moved forward la over it and In It, but nothing -
Wtra f.H.. stIV agalnwt said Judge much happier andI '
County Wednesday afternoon. spasmodic jerks and jump. would make It start again. Several
Perryman Our schedule
!... It Baalce* a'I B. K. Florida, within to do. She sometimes finds ly meeting changes Sunday
tk' TreaeeademaBttttmmr of Bradford County from ,the date of tlmt thing to complete her assignments I We discussed lots of interesting had to bold on tightly as we hours were spent performingthese April 26, and train. will run as follows -

9 .WHO. iaa.rdr.s. elffht publication( month of thin notice or the It hard she hasn't much time things that we had beard and read bounced along. Oh, how proud I antics before he became discouraged :
uncollect- since
name will be barred all and debt to *aldmate at home. Dolores has that would be of benefit to us. wa and oh, how scared! Father and resigned himself to Southbound

.able by are law to be that paid to the undersign to study when everythingseems The meeting was turned over to sat taller and taller and his smile just showing the machine the rest !'lo, I-Due Starke 11:31 P.M.
a* administrator.1933. courage She Is sympathetic the refreshment committee after grew broader as he successfully of the day. I was sent home with : No. 19-Due Starke 5:12 P. M.
Thl November 6th Adm'r. to go wrong. and cookies were en- manoeuvred the wonderful moving my childish' prestige much
O. W. ANDKEW8, cheerful and Is sometimes which punch very No. 107-Due Starke 9:12A.M.:
HAROLD c.WALL l1-c-H-I1-n --: inclined, to be timid. Do- Joyed. thing through the crowded streets. enhanced and my anatomy still In Northbound

rkerkaMalaria conceit in anyone and The Club Is still working on the Some of the people were still running place but slightly sensitive. No. 2-.Due Starke 4:03: M.

lores dislikes for too much required subjects they need. along at the side, some In .. Later my father discovered the No. 1 S-Due Starke 10:38: A. M.
she does not care them and wish front of us and a fl'lllof them out- reason for the abrupt and
6 commercial We hope to get IgnomInious No. 108-Due Starke 8:13: P.M.
la 3 dare excitement. She life and I the students to cooperate with us ran us. Others, stood gaping at end <'f our triumphant ride. St&rke and Wannee Branch

LFJ COLDSmv subjects, music home Dolores' am- : so we can get enough In the class. the apparition. Three mules anda He did not know that the tioraclawi No. 101-.Leaves Starke 7:00A. M.
doesn't mind --..- horse ran away And then lathe carriage was In need of a supply of No. 102--Arrives Starke I:50 P. J.1..

'n.II..t........Ca..., 80 bition is to become a beauty life of operator suc ANSWER' TO GCESS VI'JlOFrance' ntldst of all the glory the con- oil. Dally except Sundays.
and we wish her a Peek. traption stopped. My father clam- Mrs. R. F Demorest. T J, GRIFFIN.

-- Try ..SSSSbsg-r&K'-* cess. By Grace Arwood.


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Hallowe'en) Carnival i iI i- (Mary Loraine i StockwelJ. J Miss Lillian Stump LAWTEYO. quite affair with B h\fj' ,
Ing recorded.
J 1 At Woman's Club Entertains Friends Entertained J. Phillip. Correspondent

I '-30ClctyjJ Big SuccessThe Miss Mary Loraine Stockwell I, Mrs F F. Stump delightfully Building Active Personal

annual Hallowe'en carnival entertained a number of her 'I|entertained in honor of her daughter Several new buildings and new Miss Bernice Adam ,,. v

was held Friday night In the Woman's friends on Thursday evening of last Lillian on Monday at 3:30: additions are being completed in Ga., Is visiting relative, J< ",

i Club building: at 7:30: o'clock. week with a novel Hallowe'en party. when she celebrated her birthday.' Lawtey and vicinity among them is several weeks.A .
The living rooms, attractively the first class filling station of W. large party from .
Mrs. C. A. Knight, finance chair- The living and dining rooms,, her- ,tu,
Dendrology Class I opening enauite were decoratedwith decorated with Fall H. Edwards which is of concrete ed the football game lit ; ,..:
U. D. C. Chapter man, was in charge of the ar
I rangements. black and orange streamers,, flowers, formed the setting for the block construction and located on ville Saturday.
Met WednesdayThe Enjoys Tea road south of the bank Mrs. J. L.
pumpkins and black cats. On en- Bunco games. the new Hightower of :\I\,,
I [:
At Magnolia LodgeOn j The auditorium was artiatically the of the gamesIt building and when completed will returned to her home }
T"! U. D. tering the decorated rooms At the conclusion tht-r.' .v.'.''J
W. Weeks Chapter { decorated in Hallowe'enstyle
proper add much to this section of town.It .
"ghOflt.1Many Carol White won
received by a found
afternoon of last guests were was day.Miss
entertained Wednesday Thursday where and
C., was witches goblins
; low. will cost about $2,500. Mattie Edith
Hallowe'en were and Clara Flume won Rowe *. ,
games high ',t
afternoon by Mrs. J. W. Andrews week Mr. and Mrs. J. M. ghosts reigned supreme.
and of the most amusing Mrs. Enoch Grlffis owner, of the lUng in Jacksonville ,
played one OUT .
and Mrs. O. L. Haynes, at the had as guests at the home. Magnolia and l
Everything to amuse week-end.
young was "The Chamber of Hor- to Meet property formerly occupied bySlim's
and Lake the Auxiliary
home of the former. Orange Lodge, on Kingsley
found carni-
old was to be at the
delicious has had this "--
After the Cafe, -
flowers used and students rors. games building -
were instructors
yellow Autumn following val-the country store, fish pond Ladles' Auxiliary of the MISSION
of the refreshments consisting of a Hal- The reroofed and completely plastered.Mrs. HALL
the living room Dendrology
In decorating of the
where the guests were seated. University of Florida's College In fortune Horrors."telling, and "Chamber of lowe'en salad, crackers, punch, and Presbyterian Church and Praise will hold serviceat a Griffis is also razing her res- fhe exposition of the scrlntJ

Mrs. L. A. Davis presided over Forestry: Prof. H. S. Nevlns, headof I candy were served. Thanksgiving Tuesday Idence and as soon as this is com- for the Bible lesson Tuesday S

the meeting and Mrs E. K. Ferryman the department of forestry, Mrs. The grand march was led by a Those enjoying this delightful seven-thirty'the home o'clock of Mrs. E. M. pleted will build a modern bunga- nlng was on the "Living Wwd; rr j

transacted the duties of Nevins, J. W. Miller, Instructor, group of high school girls posing affair were: Marlon and Helen evening at low on this property. These improvements God' and the upper room was ]
secretary. Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. Miller, and nine students. as the quintuplets. Little Carl! Dowling, Betty and Carolyn Green, Davis. are also estimated at filled to receive the message I
Johns masquerading as Popeyewon Sadie Keen, Grace Mrs. O. E. Stansbury is In around
annual The afternoon was delightfully Prince Carolyn
the treasurer's report A recelvj
$2,500.00Bus special
gave the little boy'a prize for the Jenelle Hutchins of the program. Mrs. W. blessing was
which showed the chapter to be spent in boating and swimming Dew, Louise Stern. charge through the testimony ei
of best costume. The prize for the L'Etta A. Bonham will conduct tba quizon service
Aileen ,
In financial condition. and In study and discussion varied Kirkpatrick Stop Here
good I peclally through the
trees around the lake-especially little girl's costume went to Kath- Corpening, Ruth Sunpson, Margaret the questions beginning with ministry a
Mrs George W. Roberta delegate Through efforts of F. R. Carra- Mr. and Mrs. Otto M.
leen Stockwell dressed witch 864. Silber
as a ,
the magnificent magnoliasat Lowry, Jean Davis, Loral Ben- 85 and going through
to the state convention at I dlne local agent for the Florida Evangelists who through
and the adult's prizes were awarded nett, Juanlta Barefoot, Billy Dow- cooper
Lakeland, a report of con- Magnolia Lodge. Motor Lines all buses operated by tlon with the Moody Bible
gave Ins
to Mrs. J. H. Fields, who Impersonated ling, M. V. Johns, Billy and Robert ItESOLUTlONWhereas
vention procee'\lng8.\ At this meet- Tea was served by Mrs. Alvarez, a black cat, and to this company now maintain this as tute are spreading the good nei
Brown Simpson
Jackson, Henry -
ing Mrs. L. A .Davis was appointed assisted by Mrs. D. A. Monteith. Julia Winkler disguised as a ne- N. T. and Tommy Ritch, Jun- the Supreme Ruler of their stop. Mr. Carradine spent to a lost world and who for a f,.

Chairman of Education for the Other costumes that were man and matter, has spoken unto about $500 making Improvementsto days are stopping in Starkr
gress. L.
ior Kirkpatrick, Bishop,
state which is a distinct honor. Y. W. A. MeetingThe outstanding were: the Spanish M. Gaines Everett McKinney, and our beloved Sovereign and brother, the station here. Next week hear the meaaag' ,

i Mrs R. A. Green and Mrs. M. Women's Associationof ,costumes worn by Mrs. R. F. Dem- Emmett Perryman. James M. Mitchell-saying 'Well "; "David, Goliath and The site

F. Brown were welcomed as new Young Church met at the orest and Mrs. Herbert Ritch, the done, thou good and faithful servant I Council MeetingAt Shot. There may again be <.Xl
members Mrs. Brown comes In the Baptist Come up higher, I have need speaker and mualc. There
Church Tuesday night at 6:30: old negro man portrayed by Oth- I the regular meeting of the a
remit from the Tampa Gay Costumes for thee"- many good things in store ,,,
by Chapter. o'clock for a business and program ma Haynes, and Donald Duck rep- : City Council held Monday night f"1 t
Mrs. Andrews and Mrs. Haynes resented by little Barbara Jean At Party Last Week And Whereas, hearkening as we the City Council agreed to a discount winter season and you will c

served light refreshments to the meeting. Johns. Halowe'en do to the call of that Voice, nevertheless I of three per cent on all city want to miss them.
the delightful -
Mrs C. W. Roberts During the business hour the following Among many '
following guests: feeling a profound sense taxes in two .- _
November -
paid per u
Sonny Peek, Elmo Struth, and that were given
elected: parties
officers were
Mrs. Effle Miner Mrs. W. H. new because of the
of and grief,
sorrow cent In December and one centIn IX WAGES
Joe Andrews, III, won the cakes last week was that of Freddie per
Miss Moore
/ Amy ;
Edwards, of Lawtey; Mrs. L. A. Croup Captain so great and void amongst us, occasioned It is that this
January. hoped JACKSONVILLEThe
in the cake walk.A and Oleta Green in the Flori
Miss Beatrice Wimberly I '
First vice president
Davis, Mrs. W. L. Wall Mrs. W. G. be-
by the passing of our '
movement will add to the collection
splendid under the home of the latter. Attractive dec Progress Admimstratl.
Com- program
Flower and visiting
Halle Mrs. J. E. Wilson Mrs. W. Moseley; fellow Sovereign-be: it Re-
chair- direction of Mrs. J. W. Kincaid waa orations in and black were loved of 1936 taxes. At the same has distributed $11.011327
mittee, Mrs. Leon Alvarez orange I
T. Hall, Mrs R. A. Green Mrs. J. solved that Camp 138 Wood-
one of the main features of the used in the living and dining we meeting the traffic light recently wages since July, 1933 it u.i., a '
., M. Brownlee Mrs. E. K. Ferryman man.The evening.The The Hallowe'en favors men of the World, in this manner installed hero was ordered suspended nounced here
and Mrs. A. M. Darby. subject for the program was rooms. certify to the feeling of deep affection -
across the center of the
committee served of the
following added much to the gaiety +--
Miss Es- -
the "Chinese Missionary. for Sov. Mitchell duringhis
street in plain view and all offenders -
on the different concessions: the party. WHISTLE nE I'F.nJACKSONVILLE
lie Coleman, Miss Iona Tillman sojourn amongst us and our who fall to it will be called
Junior Woman's Club country store, Mrs O. L. Beasley obey -
Priest ; After the delicious refreshment Ui
and Miss Pauline gave games sorrow following his demise j.1O'Dell
fish pond, Mrs K. G. Duncan and profound I before the mayor.
thla that carried out the succeeded in
talks -
very interesting on topic. and be it further removing
The Junior Woman's Club will ;
Mrs. J. E. Wilson fortune telling,
; Hallowe'en motif were served by toy whistle from the throat of II|
meet Tuesday afternoon, Novem- Miss lone Tlllman. Resolved that we are deeply conscious Election Quiet
Mrs. and Mrs. Green tel Maxine Shoemaker of
{ ber 10 at 3:30: o'clock at the Woman's The members and visitors had Wimberly of the great loss, not aloneto sha;
The Junior Women's Club, under Elizabeth Lawson won the prize Despite all campaign fuss, the rock, Fla., after her parent rush
and John Powell con- I
Club. Hostesses for the afternoon group songs this Camp but to the surviving
the direction of their leader,
for the best costume and a prize general election here was a very her here by automobile
are Misses Dot Bishop Lillian cluded the program by singing a Mrs. Sinclair Peek, had charge of also for the tackiest family the community, as well as
was given
: Stump and Lillian Moseley. beautiful solo. the candy, cold drinks and Ice costume. the Church and other organizations -

The next meeting, a social and cream. of which he was a valued

program meeting, will be held at Others contributing to the sun About twenty young people were member and worker-therefore be PUBLIC IS INVITED TO INSPECT

FOR SALE the home of Mrs. Paul Raymond presentMisses it further
esa of the carnival were Mrs. D. Ethel Ricks and Eliza-

60 TO 75 BOXES OFt and Miss Amy Moore, on Novem- P. Carpenter, Mrs. T. T. Long and beth Wimberly and Carson Griffla Resolved that this tribute to his REXALL MILLION DOLLAR TRAIN

Satsuma Oranges ber 17, at 8:30: o'clock. Mrs. H. H. Young. assisted Mrs. Green and Mrs. Wim- memory be spread on our records.a .

Mrs. Knight stated that a sum of same be published in our
in the guests. copy
berly entertaining When it into this section its
E. W. Women of Bauganville, South comes on
f Tompkins of thirty-five dollars was reallyed.ConnerStrickland local paper the Telegraph, and a of the from
Seas, have long been fan dancers; ..._ 29OOO-mile tour country
KAIFORO. FLA. -- Party ForSunday copy be also placed in the posses- coait-to-cosst, the United Drug Com
the fans are made of palm leaves.l sion of the family. dollar Rexall Train will

School Class Almost the last worda at'a session be grown open to public inspection
distinctive flowers Miss Ruby Ree Conner of Starke of its four exhibition cart. The t'
t grace I of the but a few days
White entertained Camp,
Miss Dorothy con-'r
and Mr. Marshall M. Strickland of train is specially built for
I little folks of her Sunday prior to the terrible accident which
cherry at herschel Florahome were quietly married the ventions of Rexall druggists.

,. I Jacksonville. I Wednesday, October 14, by Judge School class Wednesday afternoon resulted In his passing, were these Stops will be made in
can testify, andI cities and
E. K. Perryman in his office here. October 28, at three-thirty, at the -"Sovereigns you 15O towns,
phone 7-2129 home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. : can testify, that Camp 138 has a in which 109 con- 1
The bride Is the eldest daughterof
mart center pieces unusual corsages I O. W. White record of well doing In this com- pE
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Conner and i will be held
flowers for gifts Games on the lawn were enjoyedand I munity second to none, one of board
granddaughter of Mr. A. A. Walker -
e' children invited which we can entertain a Just feel
of Lake Butler. Mrs. Strick- then the were : the rain w
Into the dining'room and served: ing of pride. Let us know no lack" A
land was originally from Lake y
refreshments. The favors of endeavor-let us 'carry on.' fr
with light m
BEASLEY'S Butler but for the past six years I
were Hallowe'en novelty May his words prove an inspiration -
she has made her home In Starke.
noise-makers. to those of us with whom belabored
She received her education from
Handle Cold Drinks-Standard Gas. Union and Bradford High Schools. Attending this merry party so faithfully, and to those
were: Ona Demorest, Shirley Montgomery who will take up where we left off,

and Oil-Atlas Tires, Tubes and Batteries. Mr.of Strickland Florahome.is a life-long He received citizen Rebecca Simpson, Leroy when we, like him, have passed THIS TRAIN TO BE IN VALDOSTA, GA.,

hIs education in the public schools Harrell, Billy Smith, Norwood on.Done ALL DAY NOV. 11.

BUS STATIONBEASLEY'S there. Guilford, Marlon Brown, Frankie by order and in behalf of Anyone May Visit The Train With Free Admission

This young couple have many Morgan, Sharon Hall, Ruth Simpson Camp 138 W. O. W. this 2nd day of Ticket Which Can Be ObtainedMITCHELL'StDRUG

friends who wish them much Joy Bryan Harrell. October A. D. 1936.
and happiness J. W. Morgan,
Mr. and Mrs. Strickland will J f. M. Alvarez HonoredMrs. E. C. PriestO. STORE

Opp. Court House Phone 60 make their home In Florahome A. Andreu
J. M. Alvarez entertainedwith TilE REXALL STORE
.. .. .... where Mr. Strickland Is employed. Committeed
- - a surprise birthday dinner on

j' ;\O'rl't) r>v APPPMCATION Thursday In her home honoringher - = =

FOR T\X DEED: husband, who was celebrating - .- -
<"ena<* 11111 mo. IIIn:
BATH NOTICE IS HEKEBV OWEN. That his seventieth anniversary. FRESH REAL GOOD
Ruth Lawrence holder of Vj of Tax Autumn flowers were used effectively -
Certificate Io'A 512. Issued the 2nd. in decorating for this delightful Clli. GREEN'SSTORE
I' day of D. 1934, has filed FISH ScVVIIQLE
seine In my office and has made affair. The dining room
: application Issued for a tux deed to be table was madb 'Most attractive FLOUR
thereon Said certificate emr'evntht..h -
Ladies : following described prop with a low arrangement of cut
County of Bradford, flowers.Mr. .
r' Stateof Florida, to-wit:
South Three-fourths of South Alvarez was the recipient of I GRAIN

h Section one-half U of, Township Southeast 8 Quarter South many nice gifts. I RICE 5 IbSe 23c CASH & CARRY 24 Lbs. 72c

2.95 Kanire 23 East containing 80 Those enjoying the dinner with .
Acres, more or less. STARKE FLA.
\ The n....pM.nient of the nail prop- the honored guest were: Mrs. N. ,
", erty under the said 1 certificate Isiiued D. Wainwright, Mrs. E. E. Canova

mer. was In the name of I* d. Wet- Urs. P, E. Canova, Mrs. J. L. Fra.i Ask About Our Prof it-Sharing Plan-

\ z /.lj '- \ TO Unless. Bold certificate hall be i zee, Mrs. D. A. Montieth, and Mr. FREE F R E E

property redeemed described according therein to law will\ the be II and Mrs. W. P. Randall. It Costs You Nothing-Save Your Tickets

void to the highest bidder at thecourtnouns .
door on the first Mon- Attend Rexall ConventionMr. I BEST WIIITE InCIl VOR-TABLE-NO 234 CAN
day In the month of December, 193A,
7.95 which In the 7th., day of December '
1936. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter BACON Lb. .17c PEACHES lSci

1936.Dated thin 3rd., day of November, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long, Leonard : .

A. J. THOMAS Klnchen. and MorrUs Jackson

I A STYLE Clerk Wradford of County circuit, fourt Florida.11'8&t13t of. will attend the Rexall National ONIONS, Lb. ___ ______2Y2C NECK BONES, 3 Lbs. -- 25c

J1L Convention in Valdosta, Oa.. Nov i

m cincriT C'OI'VrV. couiiT IV C""I'.aIY! InlAUFOnu The convention'; will be held In I lOc

t JLrI; FOR EVERY INDIVIDUAL CITY Corporation OF Plaintiff' HTAHKK., A Municipal the world's Rexall first Streamlined convention Train-the train. H TOMATOES can 7c

V. Mr. Louis K. Liggett, president of
will be the
Co. Lb.
the United Drug ,
WAIN, bin wife, joined by ROBERT __ _
:MCWAIN, her htmhand and main speaker at the association. '
.. .... next. friend; and EMILY L. AMES, Rexall and their l\I.\XWEI..L HOUSE FRESH
r. The agents
surviving widow and sole heir to
: I DUTCIIESS i the HMate of i1.. AIrES Deceased: guests will be entertained at a I COFFEE Lb. Can 25c
i th 20c
t', t BOYS SHIRTS and DOHA I Defendants.OI1DKII HEINEBRODT.. luncheon, dinner and a danceall PORK CHOPS

I 49c 79c i TROUSERS : op pi III.IC.ITIOM on the streamlined train. --- --- --- ,
THE STATK I OK FI.OHIDA: I Free tickets to permit inspection LEMONS Doz. lOc
I : MCWAIN. EMILY L. AMIh4..urYly- of the train's exhibition cars 01'y
I LONG PANTS I I lOc A Button Inir widow and sole heir to the Estate may be secured from Mr. Carpenter. STEAK, 2C
r>. I. Ames Deceased and
95c to $1.59 i $1.0 A Rip i DORA HEINEHRODT, all of whom SUGAR 5 Lbs. 24c
i I I are unknown residents of a Htate or Country ROUND STEAK Ibe 20
to the
___ u. .. .. .. Take Notice that plaintiff the Plaintiff herein.has ANNIE LOUISA DOYLE

.. .. .. .. _'_ __ __ you filed Its Bill" of of Complaint In the against above. Annie Louisa Doyle, 25, sister of 100 BOX ---
;: ---- -- 3 BOLOGNA
-- Each
:. LADIES' I ; I Itr.'dd:. ..tYIrI the foreclo J. D. Doyle of Starke, died Thursday ASPIRIN ------- -. c

I \ MEN'S WORK I ur. of a laving Lien over the following I of last week In a Palatka hospital : SAUSAGE, Lb. 12t/2c

t,"\ : PAJAMAS I PANTS Starke", property Bradford In County the City Florida of, I following an acute attack of GROUND DAILY

Beautiful To Select Assortment From I I'' The Only Best 95c Ever :I to-wit(7)Lots of: Five Block(5)Sixteen, Six (0 Ill> and In Seven Llv- diabetes.Green Cove She Springs had been for a the residentof past PURE COFFEE Lb. 121c MEAt 10 Lbs. 25c

I At 98c I I tnvaton Truby Addition to the Townof fifteen years and was a member of

-- .. .. I Htarke. the Church. 2S-0Z. .JAR APPLE
--- h u ___ and It Is ordered that you and each Baptist PET or CARNATION

of you are hereby required to appear Funeral services were held Fri- BUTTER ___ 12Vzc 7c
u MILK Tall Can
._ _
to the said BUI of Complaint day with the Rev. L. B. Bryden, officiating _

; isH \ BOY'S ITSh I In said, 1926 cause otherwise on Monday the ,allegations December7th Interment was In the 1I-0Z. TOMATO: BOILING

\ RTSi i of said bill of Complaint I will betaken family plot In Peoria Cemeterynear
sine. s to 8 as confessed by you. It Is further
I Long Pant ordered that this notice be published Green Cove. CATSUP lOc RACON the 121. ca
Only 8c I I once a week for 4 consecutive Besides her brother here she Is I
a I L : L At 3.25 week. In Bradford County Tele- Mrs. J. D.

__ ___ .. .. I .. __ _. Sraph. a newspaper published In survived by her mother 1> PKO. QUART JAR
County, Florida Doyle two other broth&s, B. J.
Witness my hand and official seal SALT Pkst. __ 3c 25c2LB.
YOU SAVE \\IIEN YOU BUY AT of this Court at Starke, Bradford and B. F. Doyle, and two sisters, ------ PEANUT BUTTER. _
County Florida this 4th day of Mrs. AlVin GeIger, and Mrs Leon
November, 1138. CAN

ALEXANDER & CO. Clerk A. J. THOMAS Circuit Court Peterson. -.- j

Bradford (County OFFICIAL Flor mAL(4a. ) An anteater walks comfortably I COCOA 121jc FLAKES 2 Pkgse l ISc I

T. FRANK I.ANDRU on its knuckles saving Its sharp
Attorney for Plaintiff! - -
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t 11-8'01-1I-t claws for tearing up ant nests. .. - -I& "- I


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W-, -. NOVEMBER 6, 19S5"fJflf"'II .1 p '.." .

--- ----.. BRADFORD
--- --- --- _. COUNTY
---- TELEGRpMrs
-- .. .. STARKE. FLORIDA ra(, : t tt.t
C. C. Grumpier G. L. Patten .
;; 1Di Mrs of Tallahassee _. ..
' i j n, '?,' in Waldo. spent the weekend with I W j npp: ,>r"< n :tad Mrs I !Mr and Mrs.: r ,,. 1 1Mi ------ ---
f6-I Starke. frlPDtls In George A. Andi-iwm -< .nt Matthews Mr and Mrs A !\ Allen. of Friends of Mr and Mrs L E \ BIRD F1UIITS DRAW
p Sunday ; ,
I. .m .Uck-onville a,tn11: and md l MiC. ): linn mil Mi Los Angela o\i tpenl th' week Prince of Raiford will regret to', TALLAHASSEE::: A mockingbird ;
\\I r ,ice Moseley spent ---.--- Ralford Eppoi>on I andIr: \\ B V! .1\| :,ttendedthe ,'nol l it New flici, viaiting Mrs Allen \. I train ot the tenth of t th.'li little 'I rought ,itfdt u a draw here
I lauksonville.i Mr. and Mrs. J. j. Canova and Alummie lunch' !,,, n in r;,,In''III- a brothers L. L, and II L.. I six.year-old :Ion L E..I1'h... lit Sighting Its opponent m i shiny
son were recent guests of Mrs. E I Mr. and Mrs A tj'h'y; ; ville Saturday JnliiiH lire: Alien will he rvnaembered tie fellow died In .t .1:,,ks.mvl1ehn"pltal \ metal automobile\ top. the bill
'\11:i. L. A. Rennolds E. Canova. nouce the birth an- here ax Miss 1"1JuhJ8.. after an operation on his darted l down and took it healthy I
.;\! II, 11 IIY in Gainesville.r Sunday, November of a 1.daughter born Mrs. Ada Wartman. of Citra, -- arm. Interment was in Dublin, p 'ck. Rebuffed it zoomed aloft
n She
Miss Rosa Mae Rowe waa the named Pauline. been was a recent guest of Miss Etta Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Brown bad On., Thursday.Ralford I for another attack. The bird grew

.,r: < MIS Herbert Hart spent week-end guest of Miss Myrtlce Tison. Mrs. NVertman was en as their runts Sunday' Mr. and weary, rested and then continued
,,K "I I In Baxley, Ga. Killingsworth. Mrs. route to cttra after spending the Mrs J. R. Boring and children of Eppeison of Jacksonville the fight. This continued until C.
t III,WI _. E. L. Biggs had as her Burner in North Carolina. Jacksonville and Miss Leila Dell and Mrs. \V J. Epperson were C. Somford, owner of the ear chased -
'Mr. guests Sunday Mrs. O. J. Griffin, Andrews of Ocala Miss Andrews In St. Petersburg Tuesday to attend the bird away.
"i !MIS. M. B. Herlongr were and Mrs. Arthur Manasaa Miss Helen Cook, .
?I. and Mr.
D and Owen Mrs II. A. Bishop, Miss Mary has recently been transferred from the funeral of Mrs. Jim Purvis --- ----
iticksonvllle Juanita, of Griffin
Tuesday. Avon of St.
n Park, Augustine. (1.MENt) FISH :MEET
111I111111 are visiting Mrs. C. I. Harriet Nina anti Harold Bishop Orlando by the WPA. a former resident of Starke. They .
Manasaa. Miss Frances Peek, and Miss Edna -- were Accompanied home by Mrs.F. TALLAHASSEE The State
)iM! l'roJJrn Htttto, of Montlftllo -! Miss Ethel Ricks, Miss Elizabeth Pearce were visiting\ in Green Miss Gloria Johns of Jacksonville G. Schell, of Lake Butler, who Game and Fresh Water Fish Com-
(! ,. spent the week-end here. ert Mrs. W. M. Wimberly and Rob- Wlmberly and Carson Griff of Cove Springs Sunday. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.T. had been at the bedside of Mrs. mission will meet at Naples Nov.
Green were visiting In Jack Highland were visiting friends and J. Griffin Saturday. She WILlIaccomplU1l..d Purvis for several weeks. 7 to discuss with Collier County
a.(j W Alderman of Tallahassee sonville Thursday.Mrs. relatives here Thursday. sportsmen proposals to kill deer
her ,
Miss home
week-end with Rosalind Jacobs and Miss by parents
!fret!' t the relatives. Hazel Adkina will spend the weekend Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza who Among those who returned here In a tick-Infested area of the Col-

Mrs- sPl Vandlvlere H. C. Wimberly of High- Mrs. L. A. Rennolds has returned in Jacksonville and while there had attended the Homecoming festivities I Tuesday to vote were: W. M. lier County game breeding
Dr. and land was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. from a visit in Columbia, S. C. I they will attend the Georgia-Flor in Gainesville. Wainwright, Gerald Mlddleton. Mr. grounds.
liive moved Brundidge, Ala., N. T. Green I '
last week. and was accompanied by Mr. Ren- ida football and Mrs. W. P. Randall Mrs. Hul- --
t game.
1,a Uriah In the same ,state. nolds, who will be here a few days. Woodfln Halle returned yesterday da Corpening, R. M. Sparkman and

Cox. of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutchins The Rev. Laurie G. Ray, Mr. and from the CCC Camp at Mon- Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Carpenter,
LOretta Pittsburgh,
Hiss and daughter spent the week-end Miss Mamie Brinson, of Bainbridge roe, La., where he has spent the all of Jacksonville Miss Scootle
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray and Larry Ray, Jr.,
jj. n visiting: Mrs. O. E. in Andrews, of Ocala, Mr. and Mrs ---i
Jessup Ga. Ga.. will be the week-end of Jacksonville, were here Thurs, past several months. He willapt'n
illDsbury -- guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Brown- day visiting Mrs. J. W White and W. Alderman of Tallahassee
W. M. Wimberly lee. the Misses going to accept a position in South I
piss Pat Lamb was the week- was a business _---JI Ray. Florida. Carlyle Hitch of Gainesville, Mr.
lad I guest of Mrs. Jessie Mae visitor In St. Augustine Mon Mr. and Mrs. I and Mrs. Sanford Rltch, Mr. and
George Inman and
JBUkely In Lake City. day. Members of the Woman's Chris- Mrs. II. M. Rlcharda and Mrs. Annie
baby have
moved to Starke and After spending several weeks at
tian Temperance Union will con- Rlchnrde, of the State Farm.
JIT Emerson Bell, of Valdosta, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall were they are living in one of Mrs. W. vene on Friday at the home of Kingsley Lake Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Studio Uprightsand
m a business visitor here Wed- visiting in Jacksonville Tuesday Nolman's apartments.Mr. Mrs. J. T. Quiglcy. The hour is Benson and family have moved PREDICTS: PROHIBITION Grand PianosALSO
here for the witter and they are
III ) night. 3 p. m.
and Mrs. i{. G. Duncan will occupying one of Mrs. Nolman's ST. PETERSBURG: Mrs DLeigh .
JIr WA. McGriff of Gainesville attend the Florida-Georgia foot Colvin of New York told the
Miss Mildred Thigpen Is visiting ball Mr. and Mrs.K. Duncan had apartments. Mr. Benson Is a mem- GUARANTEED USED
business visitor here Mon. game in Jacksonville
rer i I for Satur Florida Women s Christian Temperance PIANOS
laY.L a while In Plant City with rel day. as their guests Sunday Mrs. Rosa ber of the Bradford High School Union she would rathersee
atives. Duncan of Lake Butler, and Mr. A Price for every Pocketbook
faculty. the "old time saloon" than thepresent

L fNT A % Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Miss. Edna Duncan Mrs. ,O.Mrs.L. H.Bensley B. McLendon, Mrs. K., and G. and. Mrs. Charles Chogler of Miami system of liquor sales In LILLIAN'S
WORn Hutto and Tillman Hutto were in Mrs. A. Z. Adkins One bunch of bananas grown in restaurants and other eating MUSIC STORE
spent Wednesday -
Gainesville Wednesday Ecuador contained ten hands of places. She predicted' the ultimate
morning.Mr. in Jacksonville. Mrs. K. G. Duncan and father,
the elongated fruit, weighed 84>, return to the United Oup. Florida Theatre(1AI.NESV1LLK
II COLUMN R. F. Theis, were visiting In Jacksonville j or pronimuon I
and Mrs. W. H. Struth spent Emmett R. Brown, of Staten Is- Monday. Mr. Theis remained pounds, and stood 38 inches high. States.
I HILL PAY CASH-for used piao8 the first of the week in Jackson- land, N. Y, has gone to St. Petersburg in Jacksonville for a week's l I. .
f | Write Lillian's Music ville. for the winter, after visit with his son, R. E. Thela. -
a brief I -------------------------------
I store 142 W. University Ave.. visit here with Mr. and Mrs. L. S. -
I lUlnesville Fla. tf Mrs. L. M. DeSha and little Hutto. I ITKK CANE "
E. S. Matthews and E. L. Matthews

I I MILLIONS Genuine Improved daughter guests, Marjorie of Mr. and of Mrs.\Vlldwood.are W. H., Mr. and Mrs. attended the Blue Key ban- SYRUPQt. TIP TOP GROCERY t; ;
J. M.
Alvarez hadas
I N':' I Maryland Missionary Strawberry Struth.Mr. quet in Gainesville last Friday Butter
| Plants, New Ground, white guests Sunday at Mag- night as guests of Q. L. Patten a Bot 15c
( nolia Lodge Professor and Mrs. J. member of the organization! I .
,, all this
roots year's .
plants $1.50 and Mrs. J. M. .
Alvarez moved W. Miller, Professor C. F. Frazier c-: II. NASUTI1OwnlOr and Operator Lb 39cCHEESE
thousand f.o.b.
rer Castleberry"TI"rmond into their home here PANCAKEFLOUR
Farm, Castleberry, Ala. spending the summer Thursdayafter at and Harold Newins fo Gainesville.Col. Among those football attending the Flor-in FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIALS .,
l-28-J2tp ida-Maryland game ,
Kingsley Lake. and Mrs. W. H. Nolman Gainesville Saturday were: Misses
WILL SACRIFICE Grits mill have returned to Sebring after visiting Hope Haynes, Kitty Hogsed, Rosalind :
and 12 horse power engine In Mr. and Mrs. Omar Chestnutt, Mrs. Nolman's mother, Mrs. Jacobs, Edna and Margaret 2 Pkgs 15c ,Lb. 23c :
[ jood condition. Will trade for Mr. and Mrs. Francis Semmes, of S. F. Hamrick, and sister, Mrs. W. Pearce, Doahia Smith, Beverly _ :, ,- ,;..... :'.''''1 I _ _
uythlng I can use or will sell Jacksonville, were recent guests of F. Swinyer. Cady, Georgia Haynes Frances
for $100 cash. C. H. Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Powell. Peek, Katie and Virginia Fugate MACARONI 3 boxes lOc
I Starke 10.30.4tp Mrs. J. J. Rigdon and Miss Eva Ernestine Andrews Patsy Brinson,
Mr.. and Mrs. L. J. Lane and RIgdon EAT MORE
spent Monday in Jackson- Lula Redgrave, Ruth Sternberg, SALT Oil
300,000 MISSIONARY strawberry baby have moved to Tuscaloosa, ville. The latter was visiting last Mrs. L. W. Holbrook. Mr. and Mrs. lb. 25c
I plants for sale. Better than sec- Ala. Mrs. Lane was formerly Miss Friday and Saturday In Cross H. C. Ritch, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. MATCHES 3 boxes lOc CRANBERRIES
I Mary Pearce.
aid runners. See them before you City. Richard Mr. and Mrs E. S. Mat
buy. L. A. Geiger on Road 28, 2 thews, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews 01,1 TIME MANGY YK1J.4>WONIONS
I ml.So.of Starke. 10-30-2tp( Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonand W. P. Smith, Eldredge
had as their guests Sunday Mr. Dr. 'J. W. Brouftilee left yes Smith, Elmo Struth, Henry and Al MINCEMEAT Pk. lOc 5 Lbs. lOc
fOR RENT-Store
[ building formerly and Mrs. E. L. Mlddleton
Marjorie terday morning for Orlando where Manassa, Judge E. K. Perryman,
i occupied by the bakery. Ap- I Sue Middleton, and Mrs. Mae Jonesof they will attend the State Dental M. F. Brown, Resale Colson and NONE SUCHMINCE FANCY SWEET \

ply to J. W.-Morgan.-. tf Jacksonville. Convention. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McClane, Jr. MEAT, 2 f for 25c POTATOES 5 Lbsa lOcPEACHES

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NAT SEZ We Give You The Best FHKMII


The weather is getting a WE HAVE ALL FRUIT
take my advice folks and CAKE MATERIALS
Doz. 20c
/f start thinking" about some-
32 to 50
"f \ thing warm to '. Our

d" wearing tore is loaded apparel with and winter.00 I WAG OK RED CIIIKF LETTUCE 2 Dds 15c

Men's 49c-69c DOGFOOD ScSugaroRRice .
prices are right. Come In "HAPGRADE" I

and look around. You will Blue or Striped.
he surprised at the nice selection.
$1.49 Boy's 39c-49c



! 1 10 Yards for 95c AT 8Sc BACON Lb. 17c PORK CHOPS Lb. 23c




., $1 1 00 DRESSESWE HAVKEVER $3.95 BLUE $1.19 80 I x I 100 GREEN LARD 2 Lbs. 25c Lb. lSc1'lnLIJ'I'INE


I II Work Ox- ( SHOWN $4.95 Boy's Suits LARD Pound lOc CHUCK ROAST Lb. 19c

I! fords, blk or br'n.$1.15ND Sizes 4 to 16 $7.50i ALASKA TENDRIt FLA SIRLOIN

i Peters Work Ox$1 1.8( THEPRETTIEST $6.95 Lumberjackets I SALMON Lb. Can lOc STEAK Lb. 20c

[ ] Boy's, Spec. Price

Childrens Sweaters lOc CHEESE Lb. 25c
SOe -- --- -- - Boy's Overalls 59c

Sizes 24 to 30 II
ALL COATS Blue or Striped I

Outing Gowns 79c Outing Flannel 1 lOc I Flour 65c 15c

Nice Quality a t 27 In. Wide ..... ......


Men's Work Pants \ Mattress Ticking . _..2.. -"' ... .. ,. .
$1 1 00 YOU WILL 14 TO 48 lOc :: : :. : : .
All Kinds -. .- --- BE i Fair Quality

Heavy Ribbed 59c SURPRISED I Ladies' Dresses $1 l 00 FLAKES 2 For 15c ;
Lb. 25c
Underwear ______ AT TIlE Fast Co]. Materials .

LumberJackets Men's Blue -- $2.98 NICE DISPLAY $6.95 Size Double 66x76 Blankets $1.69 IIEHSIIEY'S COCOA Lb. Can 121/c AROO NO.1'" PEAS CAN-SPECIALSUGAR lOc g

Full FashionedChiffon 69c AND TIlE $11,95 Outing Flannel 1 C ;'

Hosiery REASONABLE Yard Wide AJt 2 Cans 25c TOMATOES 2Cans 15c


Children's All Sizes Anklets- 1*flr PRICES16.50 Ladies'Undershirts Ribbed. 49c PRINCE ALBERT can lOc 1 PORK & BEANS 5c '


-IT P.\\'M Irish


$1.98 & $2.98 FLORIDA ".- 101.5.25c: j, I

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FLORIDA RELEASED FROM Taylor and Union. more tropical parts of the state. It Ing. For this same reason it ial I ty' nougat- caramel -

COTTON: BOLLWORM BANS The pink bollworm was discov I It not wide spread even there. ] not adapted to use in products that .I coated candied .ipplt. I

ered In parts of Florida In 1932 For a long time the use of alcohol are preferred crisp. j 1( paste: gingerbread h, <

GAINESVILLE All counties in and the original quarantine went r. ; I as a substitute for gasoline in I Honey differs from sugar both : steamed puddings '" "

:Florida have been released from Into effect on October 29 of that FARMERS SECTION motors has been proposed. and con- in chemical composition and in the I bread, white and rno< '" II

quarantine on account of the pink year. Later the quarantined. area siderable research has been done I way it behaves when. combinedwith meringues and frosting "

bollworm of cotton according to, was extended. with that In view. However, as other Ingredients and honeys

word received by the State Plant Eradication efforts were begunby Conducted by Demonstration Agents yet the process is not a commercial differ from each other in this respect -" IN '1'1110) ('1I'C.I'r 01.1t1'

Board from the United States Department the State Plant Board and the success. This. however does not So the product of a given 'U"T"I"LOltiIS.01"1)1:1'1.I'll' 'It"1'UI vi"/1 I..
of Agriculture Counties U. S. Department of AgricultureIn mean that it may not some day be recipe is different when honey is .I..IA "'o" '1'YI Al I'll' ) (.ilt"'Olt II.

formerly under quarantine but 1933 and so successful have they perfected and then the distillationof used Instead of sugar. and will also I PE.sINRUI.AIt NAVAl. S'r"l i:.ity
now free are Alachua Baker been that the federal quarantineIs I alcohol would create much de- vary according to the kind of hon I 1'lalnll"A corp.. r.,
now lifted. Parts of Arizona, for farm products. ey used. While cane is just Y.J.
many sugar
Bradford, Columbia Dixie Gil- Texas and New Mexico remain under START WORK AGAINST RURAL Council Is HARDEN et al
The Farm Chemurglc sugar chemically, honey contains I Hefendantx.

Christ Hamilton Jackson, Lafayette restrictions. COTTON RAT IN FLORIDA COMMON SENSEBy working to find new uses for farm three sugars, one of which is fruit KOT-ltH OK MlHrKlfs ,..?

Levy Madison Suwannee, products. and consequently to ex sugar or levulose. Levulose la Notice I. hereby. given '
Kentucky spends approximately GAINESVILLE-The cotton rat SPUDS-JOHNSON pand the market for them. Industrial sweeter than ordinary sugar and and authority pursuant Vested to and In th hy, Vlt I I,. (,oj.h

JH.000,000 annually to build a pest that. particularly destructive utilization affords a promIsing the sweetness of honey varies according Special. Master by that c"nal''Ind" Illn.,
maintain and Improve its roads. outlet for these products, but to the D..cr. rendered on the "'n.
to field In central and proportion of fruit October 2i Uth d ,
crops 1938. In )
WE BUYHOGS.CAT'rLE southern Florida, Is expected to be MORE INDUSTRIAL USES much, development remains to be sugar it contains. However because Court of Alaohua and County by h. .,", ..,

The famous mineral springs of In for some stiff opposition In late OF FARM PRODUCTS ARE done. of the water In honey it averages Chancery Eighth Judicial In Circuit of Fl' I"da II h II

!: AND Bath Eng., produce 500.0OO gallonsof November and early December VISIONED BY CHEMISTSA about the same sweetness, therein pending. that whel.ln'ertat 1-'." >,".
medicated water '"
dally. ''
rodent TIlE RUST COTTON PICKER measure for as Naval .. \thai
when George B. Lay con- measure ordinary lion I. lomp.n'j "'pora

COW HIDES trol leader for the U. S. Biological new word chemurgy has The recent demonstration of the sugar. Fruit sugar crystallizesless and Lester Harilen, his wire I. .Hard.,,

WE WHOLESALE MEATS ARMOURS BIG CROP Survey, will come to the state to come onto the farm horizon in recent Rust cotton picker aroused wide- readily than ordinary sugar. I wife Harden; W.and P. Percllla Hard..,.,M. hi L

FERTILIZERS & FERTILIZER start a campaign against It. I months. While few farmers spread interest all over the South. I Another peculiarity is that although -' den. his Wife Harden, Nashville and Ie5iIC. HIi' i_

Auk For Our Smoked SausageAt MATERIALS While giving no details of his and perhaps not many more urban People puzzled by the conflicting I honey Is one-fifth water Chrilltofoll Flooring' Company, torpuratio Hard woo,

The Market and Grocers. Big Cash Discount to he residents know what the word reports published after the demon- the liquid in a recipe where honey a Marble & Tile "
Mr. corporation >
t campaign plans Lay says : W H. V.n '
Ton Will Be Flossed With It. Commission Merchant. and I It the chemists stration will be to see the following Is used In business Wnsm. ?cin
la planning to be in Florida in the means, seems that glad place of sugar must be a. Wilson ..(; "' I
Farmers Association are promising greatly expanded summation in The Progressive reduced somewhat more than one- Supply Company; Marshall I'" 4
ODOM&LAWSONOpposite late fall to study the cotton rat Company, a corporation '"
I J. L. IIARRELL, Agent problem and work out a control use of farm products in Industry. Farmer-: fifth. according to the consistencyof Jean Agricultural Chemical Th \,'

S. A. L. By. Depot. Lawtey. Flu. program. I I Most of this expansion will be the "Farmers watching the demonstration the honey and the proportion of and pany Door a corporation Company ; lIulthr Sa..m ",

n__ ____ n_ n ___ I I With at North__ Carolina result of new uses for products were satisfied that the honey used. If medium-thick honeyIs Baket. : '" Holmes Company a corpo.aU.. .,,_,,
headquarters developed by chemists throughoutthe machine would pick cotton at a low substituted for one-half the sugar -I poration.; Jjlxle Brick -Comp .,u
State College Raleigh N. C., corporation; and
country.At cost. but felt that there would be in cake or quick-bread recipes I ufacturlng The BeriterM.n
FUNERAL DIRECTOR he is now in charge of the district I Company, a
the Southeastern Farm considerable loss In grade as compared reduce the liquid one-fourth. If,I are defendant., the .. oorPoratlonJ.
North ctal P'
embracing Florida. Georgia Master
I w 11. on the
Years to Bender Chemurgic Conference in Pensa- to hand-picked cotton. honey is substituted for all the December, 1938. 71h ml ,
Bfy Many Experience Makes It Poiilble for Me Carolina South Carolina, and Vir b..tw..n. thl h
"Just how successful modern gin reduce the of 11 o'clock In tIle\ for... 4NWI.
EFFICIENZi:: ,PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE ginia. cola last week some startling statements sugar liquid ne-half. oclock In the no." ,, "

MODERATE) PRICES were made. Dr. H. E. Bar- cleaning equipment will be in removing If the honey Is very thin or very I I Ea..t V front door of afte.-noon the ('or. .1' .'h, ,.
with the State t'
He will cooperate nard, director of the Farm Chem this trash Is yet to be de thick this proportion may have to Alachua County Florid ", '
: ,
DeWITT C. JONES Agricultural Extension Service urglc Council with offices In Dear termined. The U. S. D. A. will\ follow be altered.In town and of Gainesville, sell t test I ".: "
Starke Florida best bidder foi' ,
vocational agriculture ,
public born Michigan said that research this machine-picked cotton making honey cakes and following described. prone, .
,.I ; teachers, chambers of commerce the gin to arrive at its uate In Alachua Bradford ., 'J
shows the practical possibilities of through quick breads. mix the honey with Counties, Florida to-wlt .j 1'' ",

merchants associations and obtaining foodstuffs from trees grade and then on to the mill\ to the liquid. Bake at the lowest The. following described. I I., ,

BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull other agencies and Individuals in wool from cotton seed and pine determine its spinning: qualities.Not temperature possible for the particular Alachua SV4 of SEt County. less, Florida 1

fin, of Casket A Undertakers Supplies rodent control work. and sugar and other products from until then shall we have dependable product. This prevents loss flee, of "Section, 34; ncr In 'r,I' Il I ,

AMBULANCE SERVICE During the past summer be many different trees and plants. Information as to the or change of the flavor of the S. NW Range> of 21 K. and also ,t

DAY AND NiailT made a trip to Florida to study Germany already has manu- practicability of the machine Under honey and also avoids too rapid of NE4. 8V.SWW.of NWW.of't su,..,i ;'\I' ,,

rodent control problems facing the field conditions." I browning. W'Xj of SEW, of Station, '1'i j/
53 PHONE 53 factured and used and sugar SWT .
sugar of NE' '
of / ",. SI, of x'' _.
farmers and the
public Some products that have been NV4 of SWof '
(I. II. BENNETT Mgr. derivatives or products from SEW. of S !
this state. He visited Gainesville tried NKW" of NKW, N'", of .
: Honey and pectin Jelly; honed NWW II
"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"For sawmill and forest waste. Chocolate -
tlon 10; NE', of '
NWI4 r' .
and Beach speaking at Hints To Housewives i 'fl'of ,,
Daytona cream fillings food for cattle I In jams and jellies in place of 5W\. SIo4.of' SWW. ,"l, I I''
the latter place before the state different forms of alcohol part of the sugar; fondant divlni- 11 ; NEW\ of SWW. of Sen l ,
meeting of vocational agriculture W 2-3 of NCW\ Of 8W 4. ,,f .:\ '.
lactic acid glycerine, wood substitutes I Weekly from Home Demonstration 14; all less SEW of SEW. Of Hi I'
teachers. industrial I1* TUB COUNTY JTDGR'g COIRT 18: 8EV of NEW.' SU if S\V '
numerous Specialist, Tallahassee OK UllAUrUHIl ':ol: 'rr. KLOIl1N NEW.\ NE>4 of NWI"f\\ SW ..
Wharf rat control work duringthe cbemclals may be manufactured I_ .tIN S'-a\ of NWW.. of SEVt N I-74 ,>f ,I*: .. ,
Expert RepairingSmith's past quarter involved thirteen KE THE ESTATE OP S'iof, of .
from trees chemical treatmentin $
by JAM US MARION MITChELL NW'4. fc of \..'V.-L'w Ts'. i ; f
total cost of $1- '
the future. UKCKASEDIWO1KK of SWi/4, SH of NEV.' of 8W ,t''
867.82, and treatment of 7,019 premises TO CREDITOR of SWW.Section i. Sin. of NWW of sI.?;,:
with total of 1,295 The faithful and long suffering Honey has certain, qualities that TO ALL, PJSHSONS'! HAVING CLAIMS 22; Lots. 1, 2, and 8, In H' ,
a poundsof ?
sheep may not have to be shorn In make it an Ideal sweet for holiday OK EMAND8 AOAINST THE ES 9, In original Waldo of Section 23;
: GaragePhone the future to obtain wool. Dr. cakes, especially\ those made in advance DECEASED: of SWW of NWW, SV, of SWL F.:1,:

Barnard says that artificial wool of the season. Because of All persons having, claims or demand NW. NWW of SWV. NKW ,i i SB//, i
I .* against the Estate of James of SWW. SWW of SB%. of Hetll' l
In the that he has from cotton seed Its
fifty come trees concentrated sweetness it .
years helpsto
may Marion Mitchell, Deceased, are hereby 25; SEW.. of SE% of NO%, Will ,f
120 been writing E. Phillips Oppen- and milk casein. Florida already preserve cake that must stand notified I to file the same In the NJBW\ orNWW\ SWW Of NWW, St_ jf !
helm has 100 from the for office of the Honorable B K. Ferryman SW\%, NW" of 8E'4. of Section 27 :
published over nov- gets cotton a tree kapok. sometime. It adds to the '
County Judge of Bradford E% of NW NEW of BE.... of Sec .
cIa thirty-three collections of which Dr. Barnard did not men- rich blended flavor and because of County. F rr 1rfn before the cx.piration lion 28; SE'i of NE'\\4. of Section. 32
Wrecker Service Day Night :. months NWM, of NwV NE .
or its of moistureIt % SE.. of Sec
short stories besides several other tion. But this tree Is limited in
from the time of 'he first publica tlon Ss: N>4 of NW i NWW\ of 8W%
books. distribution only In the helps to keep the cake from dryFUI.A.TOC tion of thin notice; claims must 84 of 8WW\ of Section tt: In Town \I
ii growing be In writing and contain placeof sh ip 8 S Range 21 E And also .
residence and post office address W4 of JSW.! of Section J2 li 'i
i to the claimant and shall. b. sworn Township 8 8 Range 20 E. And also I
PIJRATENEOio to by the claimant, bia agent or at. W..W of NW\%. or I.ot. f II North ; I
torney, otherwise. the same will become of Grant Line, and BXj of SEii south
void according to law. of Urant Line, of Section 3, all
l1ew CHEVROLET() 1937 4 LUCItE CAROLYN MITCHELL south of Grant Line., except. SWU ,,!
( ) Administratrix with the Will Annexed SV\%. of Section 4, all South( of
of the Estate of James Grant line, except NW4\ of SW%. y
"J Marlon MItchell. Deceased SWV4\ of NEW\ of 8WW\ NEW". ot

10-23-4t-U-IS 8WW. of_ SWW.. SW% .or_.SEW?_ of i inection
0: "' '''4. NMI' or tv of See
I *A Aft MASTER'S SALE tlon B: In Township S S. Range SI ('
Notice Is hereby given that under E.) And alfloNWW.

Pke GVL.- jmnpopi Il ". .' I and .by virtue of a' Final Decree, of \ N% of SWW.\ NWW\ of S4.; :i
it. Foreclosure mafle and rendered by Sit' ,, of BE\4\ .of Section! 6; NKH ,f
: the Honorable A. Z. Adklns, Judgeof NEW\ SWW of NEW\ WU of SEW! of \
the Circuit Court, 8th Judicial NE\4.\ wi4 of W% of NWW< NV.; of ,
kktesae _. lit Circuit of Florida for Bradford SE. NV1 of SWW of SE%. of Section t
U D., 0.... e... -.' County. In Chancery,.dated October 7: Wfc, of NWW of NWW.' WU )f :

stele*..He feele beMs* emU. see I..., 23rd herein, l 1936. In I that .certain* cause SEW\ of NW\%. 8E<4 of SWW. of Section \
pending between P B. 8.; SWW \ '
ON DISPLAY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7 '., aWstC ""' ?rews, complainant and T.> T. Shas W4 of SWW, fS4't8'l; for1
PoeMs teen: et al defendants, the. Undersigned tlon 17; NE'4 of NEW. less 2 arrei
who was therein appointed In 8E corner SH of NWW of NEV
i "' ", ''O".n .u,1 a. Special Master In Chancery to 8% of NEW.: NS, of 8EW, of Section
!"' ''\11','-" 1e.1 CL..,, &i: execute the said Final. Decree will 181| E% of Ix>t 1. of Section %PIn
on Monday, December 7th 1938, Township 8 S. Range 22 E And
: .- .1. san meetSISTRUNK during the legal. hours of sale before also

i I r ............. the South door of the Court Commence 86 feet north 22 di
House In Starke.. Fla sell to the rreell went and 80 feet south 6ft ,l It
highest.. and best bidder for .cash 7reeM. west of center line of S. A I L I
FEED the following described property or Railway track, same corner being
ands, lying and being In Bradford the, NE corner of Caesar. Rnddlch "I

.- __ AND SEED STORE County. Florida. to-wit: Land an. recorded. In Deed Book 2r',
1'r ', All WVj of l.wR i ollr'R' 15 lying I pare 438 of the publle reconlf HAlachua I I
/ ;;:
STARKE. FLORIDA East of S. A : loBI..k In County Florida, run then. I
y t.;. 4 North, Range I West. In SImon South 68 degree Went 1050 Fe..
J. Temples Suh-DIv at Tem thence North 23 degrees Went 20'
A BETTER pi..'. !Mill as recorded. Book C, page feet; thence. North 68 degrees. Eaf' ,!
LAXATIVE .21'I: records of doio 1050 feet thence south 22 defro. '
p '.' Prompt. thoroush.ftnt. .. that lie. In SWV SWU I Rant 207.5 feet to beg-lnnlnK >nl 7 If non-upitttlntf. non. of Sec. 15. and SE'4 of snv of Sec. lands being perpendicular and para'
4. '_ hablt-tonnlnc I : quick! and 16, said fractions containing. 2 acresmore lei to said railroad track all In s> .
a .. easy to take, with. a or less. .; 245 ft. wid. N & 8 and lion 7; also N14 of Block B, Towi '
I I1 onto, action.. A. mnd.rn a. 860 ft. E & W. being a fraction on Orange HelRhti. : Commenc' n )
( i \ / science ean make It. That North 'ldwoefllt NV4 of gB"Wko: 3 North, chain 84 links went of half mil\
I. Red Cross Laxative Tab. Range aforesaid pont. of South boundary line of Set ,
/1 trpt; I eta.Tb. famous Bad Crossmark NV6 of block and range., being tlon 7. Township 9 8. Range 22 I K '
/ / 'r I on the package. la North of lands. deeded to W. N. Arredontlo Grant run thence Nortt' 'I
pour guarantee Only
$ ,.,.. SBo. Meacham of Simon J. Temple's Sub- 22 degrees chains
/1 i f:4j: '.. treatment. Write Red lamp Oros!. oaraquest. Dlv. at Temples Mill; also all Block to.II''Initial I point. \\e a6.0t1I 3K' I
TAni -
: Remedies. D.pt. 10. 8 North. Range 1 West; and all EH chain to a stake, thence north 22 'r
,, L. f raeksonvlll., "'ia.. makers of Block 3 North Range 2 West; deurees. West. 6.40 chains to a >tak>
: of Red Orosa IJv-O-Med. all of NEVi of Block :2 North Ran..efan'Xh thence west 316 chains to a 'tak

iilf .... Onus Rub for Kiueasr ?:: 11 lnEoC-hS.g:: Meacham thence south .22.5 degrees. Eaxt .
Pain Bed Ones Obiu anl :)'*vsr !l oaaa : In of Sec. K to beginning of SectionI
Begin at a point In the center of .ots 3 and 4 Millers. Subdlvlnlnn
L SAL. Ry" track where North line Section. 8: SI,(6 of NWW of NEW '<
of Sec. 21 crosses. said track thence of NEW. 1'1'' /. of SEW of SWW.. lessacres
/ DRINK0Jrfit Southerly along. center. of said. NEW\ of SEW of 8WM.. f H.SBW .
truck 260 ft; thence Kant 18 degrees of Section 8; SEW of BWW. s
South 600 ft; thence North 15degrees of SEI,, also. starting at SE con' '
East to North line of Seo. .
Section IB, Township t S. Rang -
22; thence. West. to point of beginning E. run North along ssnt boil .1.. ,

containing 6 acres. more orleas. line of the Section 10 chains tc Bloomer "
; Begin at a point In center. of of the Lot, thence West P'
S. A. L. Ry track 250 ft. South from allel with South boundary ..1 s.
; AT where North line of Hec. 21 crosses. tlon 1 chain' 8 to SW
NEW HIGH-COMPRESSION PERFECTED said. railway. track. thence East 16 nor of the lot, thence .N -tnru
,: degrees Mouth at right angles with lei with East. boundary of the .
HYDRAULIC LUNCH RE'ESSAFTER said road 660. ft: thence Southerlyand tlon. 19 chains to NW' corner; th"
Much much _- (WIth DosM 4nkiilete Inks. Sine UnaacORecognised parallel, with said railway 249 East parallel with south bound
powerful more
ft. to a post; thence Westerly at.I..ht '
SCHOOL of Section I chain and 58V4 link
plriteJ. and the thrift king of everywhere as the: safest angles with said railway 140 NFl corner: thence South along 'J.
its price smoothest, most dependable brakes ft to a post; then Southerly and East[ boundary of said Section j,II.}'
clasff parallel with said road 330 ft to the chains hack to WE corner or ,'
t! butlt.IMPROVED .
ever STARKE COCA-COLA center of Center St ,
I ; Westerly Lot, In Section 15; 8WV4 of NWN'4 .
t'8 the newest of all lowprIcedNEW along renter of said Street to a of SW. less. S acres sold
BOTTLING CO.JACKSONVILLE. point or iron post. In center of said Amanda f. King, SEt of 8WV,.
railway track 620 feet; then Northerly Section 16; SV4 of su, of NEW.
ALL-SILENT, in feature fitting I GLIDINGKNEEACTION I along center of railway track Section: 17. EH of NE'4. of S.."" ..
car s...new
ALL-STEEL BODIES ft. to place of beginning: all In 22; In Township 9 8 Range --
RIDE* NEVi of NI!:" of Sec. 21 and NWVi\ And also
it' CWhs UNKTIU. Tumi To.Ceneavukn) of NWVl\ of Sec 22 All the followIng The following described. land'
and fabric also the most thor- (st so ssm wet) description. In NW of NWi
Wider, roomier, more luxurioua and Bradford County, Florida
Proved by mcretbanwomIllionKneiibe .- Sec. 23. except 10 and 82-100 acresas NE',
,_. E"i of SEW of '
/-- D-atee J bodies. combiningtlcnco Action users to be the world's safest, shown by deed from A. O. Dyal of FRtd, of Section. 1: 8W.tot! SW 1,
with safety. oughly safe the most thoroughlyproved and wife to O O Burroughs, dated of SW"" of Section 11; In TownnhlP
smoothest ride. Feb. 1. 1919, and recorded In Book 8 South flange 22 E. And also
26, page 104, ptibllo records of Brad The following described landt ,I I'
ford County, Florida, to-wlt: Begin
Clay County, Florida
the most thoroughly dependable. at SE corner of land deeded to N. I). NWW of SWW. of Section i'Township
NEW DIAMOND CROWN SUPERSAFESPEEDUNE Hagaman rdb.'d "Win Lake April 24. ( S 23 E. And \lr"
1886. I In Book H. p 828, said 8W'4 of 8W R.nf.e.. S acres ittsnttth.rn
STYLING Visit nearest ChevSHOCKPROOf STEERING corner being SOC ft. from F. R. part of Section II; N'-' flf'
your N Co fnow SAL.) railroad track I ot S'E'i'.
to1'\4\ of SW\4.\ N% of SE\4
Making this new 1937 Chevrolet the (si ae em lou) and 445 ft from South line. between : IS t*<;r>*. In the North and East!: p..t..

smartest. and most distinctive of rolet dealer. See and drive the Steering so trae and vibrationlea* that degrees Sec. 15 and Sooth 22 and running East 16 of NW''4 of 8EH4 and the southern
is almost effortless. from said SE corner 25 acres of NRH o( 8B". of $""'"
all low-priced can. 724 ft. to West line of H F. Phil. ". In Township I S. Range 23 E
Mps land
: then North 16 degrees I And also
complete completely new. J East 244 ft. to post. ; then East 16 fll Turpentine Leases upon the
FLORIDA degrees South 317 ft to post: then lands therein severally. described. ai <
SAFETY PLATS South 15 degrees West. 247 ft to a particularly i described. In said t tnsiOecree.
CHAItUt OMNU.Mes5. post then
GENUINE FISHER : East 15 degrees South and also

GLASS ALL AROUND yOuI......... -loot aa4is ........',,,.-1 to 815 Ja.ft.. to Thomas West ,line of lands deeded The following described. ps'rsfl51properties
NO DRAFT VENTILATION (,11Dmlaat10c __.-) .. .. then Northerly. on located at and near and
All THESE HATUIIS AT CHIVROIIT'S LOW PRICES .os peg isesCS. II this -- -. said line 806 ft. to Seo. line
aeivtv ... ..-.wo. l....... *.U.. tw.en be- being used upon and In connection
smoka The elear et-vislo ke* Is S..c.
drafta wlndshleU finest quality, 15 '* then .
.r-.._ .... SINJ,,,.., .... Sit Mew !>. IMM ..*..'. e.frnut J.diosyiJis, .11Io on said line Westerly with the turpentine place buslnesj.
Si Jas.-l.a Eewy to NB
clouding-promoting health, comfort, plate glass.Included M standard oeei corner of land and location of J. 1. Harden near
c.-.I 11_ 1__. __ ,.,- .. ott4fWWo deeded from
sub ss4 skewer, .. sat.". etse. anA .",. T r. Iamb to Wm. Orange Heights and W.ldo In Ala"chus
safety. ao-.Iot. Meup Mi.t4.i. .quIpneaL '. .... ..... '-...sv .kW OSS BMIsprtof degrees Lake Fen. 6, 182; then South. IS County Florida. lo-wlt: i-IS I
Bean esd lWJ-l. leeslsg 'Uspk West to place of beginning.MtSJilxBS'.1iJl barn Btlll; 30.000 Flat 1I0u"m !
r"' more or '..... Cops; 11I.000 Clay Cups; III LAn'
All CONOIIIONIO SE'4 SE" of S"C 111. lying Dip Barrels. : 1 Ford Truck. :MO't1A : 1
CHEVROLET COCKTAIL LOUNGI COllIE SHOP East of S. A. I. ny, In Twp II, R ; 1 Ford utomob' Coupe. Model -
Poe EcONOMICA, TMPORTTIaN A .._...... MUTOSS W1UU 23 Eallt. All tit .1I1e1 lands. lying' In A' i x-norse Wagon" Hore. ,
I ,-Setts sO/ rVhrels" LshI -, Township II, Range 22 East. con- 2 Mules. Commissary stock and Fix I
I ROOM 110O fC RSI.5O I tamIng 120 .r.e.. more 0" less. situated tHree. Tools and Implements. of all I
I]R_ U.oo 14 Roses S.5O I with the In Br..Uorl County Flo'rlda; kinds used 'In connectionTurpentine with inv I
I ..... .. 5ppurtCflano... Said pals .
Torode Chevrolet Co. t-'. ale .. S4..00 I to b. made Business.ZACH I

l_ SliM-Is.d..U._ to satisfy the pursuant.a m.. ..n"t. said cost.decree SPECIAL; DAS oCflLASS.3IASTt: .

oL.. I. C COUNO ".'.", n. v. KNIGHT, Howell &
'. Special Do..tt: McCollum
MOTh PAThS ., Master, flnsgett
C\_.. t_
Solicitors for Plaintiff.
STARKE FLORIDA Solicitor for Complainant
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ef; -- CHURCH > ; BOATDRAIN THERESSA SONG PVVS FINK .k "-a>, ...j the jail sentence.

FIRST BAPTIST fl7MUtLbAMs .1111.. Z, Z. OCALA Frances Langford. I .i tung:: She did not
i Urlfru. < "
Price Pastor orr !.pomlenl '.... .. .
< B. ; Mia Ilkod ZrlKlrr. c. r e> t
Je\ l\\ 1 stage 'and screen !star revealed l n n o jf the town where
-11001, 10 o'clock a, m.,
"1 SUDda' ". Supt. I ; 9lawdJrdJrou r,i,. B L green" &r\: ml I :Mix Wdlteireen Mr\ and MCa.vln\ Hull, Mrs. that slit "sung" herself! out of a ." Us.. Jfl l' 1 I

\Lmng J Worship"' 11 a m. .1'4, / < "'0.GOLDMmi.MAYER. 7tira r end. Mrs. Z ,'. r.ilffts were %loi i-noe Williamson and Earl and Florida fine recently Attested. -- .o- -
I .
the offered her II. nJ'oa source of
visiting In Lake Butler .last Sunday Bill (: ..111'1''t'r... tailing, ; relatives! for speeding judge .
I'llII 1 y P. U Worship 7:15: p. XD 7:30: p. m. j 1I/lrJ"'J 7HAL1EY RAINES S I id Mis Willie: Green: remained .n btnrk Sunday three alternatives: pay J2.:>, lIng< ,ei t tg"rH1GHT ,

mug here -
,'Ia., Teachers Meeting. Wednesliidwcek upend this week C* J. Lewis and U. P. Davis were

:!tv S. S : m. What has happened even called the fiery General :"Un Ralph Galney, Arch Prevatt In Staike Monday attending to

) Prayer service. Wet < so far: Itl cle Andy." Now, as Cutbbertwrestled and Chesley ClUson were visitingat business EP

n m. i l I.. 1823. Peggy with Rachel's i Lee Lake Monday. Mrs Cleveland Alford and chil- \ ,
p rocking
_) + O'Neale, pretty chair and hardwood trunk, she I Mrs, Ida A. Chase was visiting dren have returned to their home <\\ ..

, !Methodist Church laughter/ of the bundled the all-night travelers inside Mr. and Mrs.' Arch Prevatt last here from a visit with relatives In

' B M. Montgomery. Pastor Iu*epr of the the tavern and made sure that Sunday. ,' Jacksonville.Miss .

J.f ItIlY Sunday School-10 a. m. +t Franklin Inn In the cook was roused into action to Mrs. Myrtle Priest! spent last Nettle Mersey of Jacksonville ,

to lit.. Morning Woranip-11 a. m. I/ athlngton. IsI prepare a hearty Tennessee-style week-end In Starke with Mr. and I was visiting her parents, Mr.

, rpworth League :45 p. m. l n t e r ntad In breakfast. Mrs. A. J Griffin i and Mrs R. M Hersey during the I, A a i ic1

.1h Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. .f 1,l three mien> : Senator Later that morning, while the Mr. and Mrs. Pete Griffis are the week-end. y '' i

I.I.u.I.. foil are invited to all these Bert John Ilan- Jacksons took their ease, Peggy : >roud parents of a fine baby boy, Mr. and Mrs. Autumn Young- .. I 1\
dolph of V I }
.IB' \ r- kept her appointment for a more born Saturday October 3t. blood of Waldo were visiting the a.'I'
.n ?) Slots, n famous thorough palm-reading by Professor Arch Prevatt and Mr. and Mrs! former's brother, C. A. Youngblood,

I IrrI Presbyterian Church :-> rde fender of Sunderland. The appointed ren- Ralph Gainey and children attended Sunday,

111ar. ?' George H Lowry, Minister Mates' rights, dezvous was a little rose arbor in church at Pine Level last Howard Moore, a student at the ("'.
-Sabbath SchooL Lieutenant Bow .
ooion in:00 a m. a secluded corner of the garden. Sunday night. University of Florida In Gainesville -
11.00 A M.-Morning; Worship; Tlmberlake o f The Professor, evidently determ Fred Dees, of Plant City Is vis- spent! the weekend with his

.n> Lrmon by the pastor. the U. 8. Navy, and Professor LH ined to give satisfaction had ting his mother Mrs Lizzie Dees. parents, Mr and Mrs, D.V.. 1 I
.n m.-Young Peoples Vesper Boy Sunderbtnd. a self-tutored I. \ .' i'' '
00 -
S: p brought with him such accesso- I Moore. *
. .., Service. student of mystic subjects. WOODLAWlT / 1 ,
ries as a crystal ball, a horoscope Mr. and Mrs. Floyd P. Johnston .

m. S p, m.-Evening: Worship. CH.VPTEK THREE board and a pack of playing cards Mrs A. J. Varhrough. Cor of Mt. Vernon 111, are announcing +a 'r"

nth i; I Rosewood Baptist Church As he entered Into a long and the arrival of a daughter, Jean / ,

'tIn Pastor glowing presentation of the wealth Mr. Mr. Alice born October 19th. Mrs.
gev. L O. Hemingway, The wheels of Andrew Jackson's and Mrs. W. R. Kersey

services every Sunday. Bible coach pounded through the night and social career that lay aheadof and Mrs E. B. Yurbrough and son. Johnston was formerly Miss Daisy I i ,1,i>

,In., I stifdy 10:13: a m. Services at 3:30: : with some of the unrestrained his attractive subject, Peggy sat Charney, and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Moore of Theresna.
back In her chair and drank In Yarbrough, and son, and Rudolph Miss Edmondaon of I
,r rI I clock In afternoon. :. abandon of the General's own reckless Patsy .I.i
personality. The moon was full his words. Chlam were visiting E. W. Anderson Starke was visiting Miss Ida Ha- ..i!
ITh.; JlETIlELPTlST CHURCH though daylight streaked the east, "You really mean that there Is Wednesday at a bog killing. gan Sunday. \

hV hVi I II. Rev. L. A. Donnley, Pastor and the four horses shot along at a future like that ahead of me?" Carl Hilliard and daughters were Mrs. Mae Nobles has returnedto 1

1- Services every first Sunday. better than their usual pace, pos she asked. "A future that has business visitors to Starke Saturday her home In Jacksonville aftera

, Sunday School, 2:30: p. m. sibly aware that a comfortablestall nothing to do with bills\ and lodg- week's visit with her sister Mrs.
Bible Study and Prayer ServiceNery ing and taverns?" Mrs Gladys Carter who has been
1\\ and a good meal were not far C. A. Lewis at Hamilton Place on
r Saturday night. away. I "Absolutely" said I Professor employed in Jacksonville has returned Crystal Lake.
r rI. Church to I Sunderland. "Your hopes and home Mr and Mrs. J. J, Zeigler and
51Iark's: Episcopal Coming Washington to take
Carl Milliard business visitor -
dreams will be fulfilled thou- was a
I. a daughters. Rhoda and Ruth were \
Morning prayer and Sermon on place in the Senate, the hero of sand fold." to Lake City Tuesday.
visiting the former's sister, Mrs.
second and fourth Sundays alL the Battle of New Orleans was Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey and
the "How do know" Cora Sullivan, at Waldo Sunday.W. .
Ir I a. m. Holy Communion Saints chiefly concerned at the moment breathlessly you queiiedPeggy family were visiting Mr. and Mrs.. W Packham T. B. Trlest W. For restful al..p! that makes you '..! roheshod upon arrival si your

r \r Days at 10 a. m. Litany and choir with thoughts of his wife. She Carl Hilliard Thursday at a hog S. Swindell and James Trlest were destination choas. a Florida Motor Lines bus Enjoy complete relaxation

practice every Friday night at 7:30p.m. : ( came from the same simple, rugged "Did we of the occult sciencesnot killing, business In Jacksonville in an individual d..ply cushioned chair-met. comiorlabl
little educated stock as that believe In our calling," said Miss Edna Johns who Is employed transacting week-end. than your lavorlt..esy chair at home-reclined lo a position to suit

II I ':. ---. from which he himself had sprung. Sunderland with dignity, "we In Jacksonville Is visiting her during the your own cornier All light. out so you can .nJoy starlit skies .
I Mrs T. B. Brown of
,,. She was a great-hearted little woman would never have dedicated our aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs P. Mr. and the cool. clean atmosphere el the out-ot-doors without any slully.

II.i possessed of singular commonsense I lives to It." He placed a hand on B. Johns, Hampton were visiting the latter'asister pent-up feeling a hot breakfast at a clam Inviting ba room at

'r BOB JONESComments and an intense devotion to I her arm. "It Is impossible to go Mr, and Mrs. W. R. Kersey Mr, Mrs A. L. Sullivan of popular price.There's .

her husband. Her manners were into everything here. There Is a Theressa Sunday.
. 1 I and Mrs. E. E. Yarbrough and son,,,
j.r j. A number of attended
On Here unpretentious and unpolished, her place near the Capitol, where great Charney, and Rudolph Chlsm, and I Hallowe people at the home of a no premium on sleep by bus .

. code of living straight-forward and men come to learn of their future. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Yarbrough and I en party
. J J. Zelgler Friday evening. Many 10% Reduction Round Trip Tickets
And Hereafter true. Were. It possible for you to meet son visited the bedside of R. N on

J General Jackson regarded her as there- -if you had a deeper. Interest, I Crawford who has been seriously r games' were played after which refreshments JACKSONVILLE ____ 80 :CHICAGO:: ._________U.80 ."

he: one woman in the world. At a profound faith- 11. were served. All reported MIAMI\ _..:__.._________6.80 i-TMrrww....i..TT.. ..........
an evening, '"'&"v." -------- U I
The writer has learned from the the same time he was conscious of "I will meet you,' said Peggy .. ......-- -. -- enjoyable LAKE CITY _________1.15 ,
Khool of life many valuable D. J. Phillips and daughters. Hazel ORLANDO __________ 260 KNOXVILLE --____._ 8.0:1:

ions Here are Just a few of lell-I c.'d.' ....... .. ......... ...... .... rfI Winter Cover Crops and Elizabeth and son, D. J., GAINESVILLE _____ .80 TALLAHASSEE ___r. 2.90

!Never worry. If there is a thingyou :. Prove Big Value Jr., were visiting relatives In TAMPA ______________ 200 SAVANNAH ..._____ 3.M

) can help, help it. If you can N Starke Sunday. WEST PALM BEACH 5.10 AUGUSTA ______-___ CS.30

not help 11, you are not to blame Last Octobers cover crop --. ATLANTA ___________ 560 CHARLOTTE _______ 1.M
about It. Go to bed at night and demonstrational planting was arranged 10% Kmlurtloii on Hound Trip Ticket;

\ steep In peace .. .. A man who for on the farm of H. D. CRACEVILLE but two ofFlorida's UNION BUS TERMINAL .)t

\ enemies Is no good. You sixty-seven counties were
hu no May near Hampton. This demonstration O. L.
at reunion of the BEA8LEY. AgentOpposite
t without represented a
r producing
cannot move was arranged for by the Court House
friction .. .. Criticism cannot Agricultural Department of the Williams family near here. Andrew -
who Is doing God's I Elton Williams came to Jackson -
bum a person Seaboard Air Line I Railway

will God makes the wrath of men .. through E. M. Nix, Agricultural ) County from North CarolinaIn
(praise Him. If the early church 1. Agent 1818, and descendants now total .

bid not been persecuted it would .._ 1r The cover crop planting consisted between 2,000 and 3000.

f live in Jerusalem The of Austrian with basic
.i : peas crops. Both the writer and your

OIly service that brings.. .. reward Is slag one acre being planted to County Agent would like to see \
/lit service of love Temporalthings Austrian peas under which basic large acreage planted to cover

cannot satisfy, Jesus said rtlw slag was used and a one acre
s crops In Bradford County so as to
"Life conslsteth not In the abundance : check lot where neither slag nor I build up the soils of the county;
.' .
of things which one possesses ___ zPlfp"N.riWrjNrl.larr I, cover crop was used. which will result In Increased

Next to the most valuable .. .... Corn was planted on both plots. yields of corn, cotton and other a 0

thing of the earth Is the love 1 ..! The cover crop was turned under crops planted after legume crops '!I'I

of family and Christian friends I... about one week before the corn are turned under.

r The most precious and Important 'i was planted. During Septemberthe ______._ I ;.Ic;,

; thing on earth Is Chris corn was harvested from both -
baD faith. .))1.-1\ b I plots_and a: check carefully:: made a.t-Ya, ,
e by Mr. Nix and T. K. McClane, s'- p.a.. w aN Ya.a, M 1
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Jesus was the master teacher the condition to which he was auto: !leaning forward. "Anywhere you County Agricultural Agent of

of all ages. Some lessons He jetting her In coming to this alien lay." Bradford County, of the yield obtained -

w taught His pupils would not learn .and artificial environment He Sunderland, apparently moved by; on each of the two plots.

until after He went back to heaven. had heard many a report of the her expression of confidence put The acre where Austrian peas and f.f

They got their Inspiration :I ways of the gossip-mongers and his arms gently about her. slag was used yielded twenty-six ,

from His personality. They were society snobs of Washington. He "Twenty-five McComb Street," bushels of corn. The acre check

turning the earth upside down before realized what the attitude mightbe he whispered. "Three o'clock to- plot yielded fourteen bushels.

they knew what He meant by toward Mrs. Jackson's homely morrow. You won't disappoint The expense of planting cover
is low and farmers of Brad- A sti t+
certain things He said. After He mannerisms, such things as the"rawkin' me?"' crops Oti
ask cheer" she always carried ford County can make their soils
went to heaven they would "
"I to be there, said
promise richer at little cost by wisely
and the clay pipe
each other "Don't you rememberHe about her,
of his
Peggy, half under the spell
winter with the
takes great she favored. He hoped that his po- selecting legumes ,.fI
told us this? It a half afraid to commit
Insteadof United States Senator personality, application of basic slag or phosphate ir&Aa ,,
teacher to build character. sition as "
herself further. "I go now. to them. The results obtained -
institutions, would with it a degree of social
going to young I carry She disengaged herself and slip
In the experimental planting
people should go to teachers. I security for both, but he knew
ped away. mentioned above Indicates the possiblllty -
had rather a child of mine would that If It did not his lashing tongue
As she picked a vegetable for Increased production of
in up
have and poor might have some difficulty
a good teacher basket and directed her steps to corn in Bradford County when
to have the best reaching so intangible an enemy.
equipment than
the kitchen door she became awareof planted following winter legume
t equipment In all the world and a When Rachel Jackson, whose !

poor teacher.: "What universitydid thoughts ran along the same lines, a strong overhead masculine pounding voice out some an was calling out "I'll slit your black
,. out where 44/s7Wattend
you go to?" somebody asked gave a sigh the General put Impromptu sea chantey. Peggy earas If you don't stop that contraption -
Paul "I went to Gamaliel he I a reassuring hand. stepped backwards and looked up from smokin'"

I. said Students used to go to teachers "Taint nuthln1 Gln'ral she to a second story window where Peggy decided that she was
, ,but now they go to Institutions. I said. "1 ain't worried." Bow Timberlake, his face covered needed In the role of peacemaker.When .

I "Them social spew-cats can't with lather, was performing the she entered Jackson's room
The Philadelphia zoo contains answered her husband. and : Rachel determined
bother us, double ceremony of shaving was making a
2600. specimens of 790: species of fOrm Senator Jackson now." giving vent to song. His face lighted effort to quiet her husband while

inlmals. They are said to live "You could be President Jackson up as he saw Peggy and with Horatlus fiddled about futilely to the BIGGEST FORD

longer In captivity In this zoo ," responded Rachel "an' It one motion he dabbed the soap with the flues and draughts In the

than in any other zoo. wouldn't stop 'em. There's nuthln from his face and leaped over the wooden stove, ,

In this world as mean and vicious window sill to the drainpipe slid 'T'alnt goof for you. Gln'rsl

HELP BLADDER is the way women act toward ing none too gracefully to the to rampage on an empty stum-

Drank RESULT six glasses CUARA1TRBH boiled or dtitlll-151t somebody they look down on." ground. mlck," said Rachel. DEALER MEETING EVER HELD

J 1\ water dally.. Yon know what If "When a woman looks down on "What ho!" he cried. "A pink Peggy hurried over to the stove
bard water dose to a teakettle. most turned a draught valve and in a
Jackson, "In the reef! He
I Dour bladder action cause getting somebody, said pearl tossed up on
ne nlcht. frequent de.lre, scanty U find It'. somebody she looked at her with a half-jesting jiffy the smoking had ceased. FOR
flow, backache help cases you his the first time history Ford dcaler.1 from all
hush burning; or acid and Impurl- should be lookln' up to. smile. "If I asked your hand In Jackson peered through spec we :
out excel .
Ilse'! by Improving. the elimination. in my marriage, what would my answerbe tacles! at Horatlus, who was slinking
l.e burhu I.av.. Juniper oil tabletL and .' "There's another reason with a tired I I ?" away. parts of the United States and Canada arc invited to
olher nad. Into green said
drugs case "See T' he cried "That's all you
rust nay. Buk.ts to any drull'Il.t. In I'm married to "rd give you a bethrothal pres-
'lOur day It not plea..d fO back wntle "Its 'cause county an' ent. replied Peggy quickly. had to do, you hollowpated pot. Detroit for a gigantic sales meeting. We arc going to
rod get your SIc, Mltehe" Drug the best man in the I walloped. Now git out of here and
erore "Let me see It.
they know it! something to eat'" the Ford
sounded on "First close your eyes bring me sec new V-8 for 1937. <
Three sharp blasts Bow obeyed while Peggy surrep- "By the Eternal mimicked
the coach horn. The horses were cabbageIn Peggy "you must be hungry!"
select the largest
'ought to an abrupt halt ana tltlously her basket and placed It In his "Listen," retorted Jackson after I am all excited about this trip to Detroit and whatwe d

Lhere came a murmur of excited hands he had l recovered from tht

voices from outside Cuthbert and outstretched"What's this? asked Bow. still hock of this Impudence. "What arc going to see there. Come to our showroom

B. Sure They Properly Iorotlus rushed from the Inn to his eyes shut. waa that ,snake-eyed feller In the /
first aid for the keeping talkln to about" Saturday November 14th. We'll show
Cleanse the Blood provide clumsy I "Sweets to the sweet answered garden you you the new car '
bundles of baggage, "Telling me.? Nothing but my I
\kidneys ere cenibntly Alter protruding who had been Peggy. sad! realizingthai and tell
YOUR horn the blood and Major O'Neale, looked soulfully at the vegetable fortune, Peggy you all about it.
te metier stepped< Bow have
the servants must
'leg in iwalting the Jacksons. | to pick off its one Y
"um. But \kidneyi, sometimes of "Old and began I
hand her secret meeting j
intended to clasp
their woik-do not act J< nature forward ,
thaI t tpoitnn leaves "Well, .'!on'( you let me see no
--leil'to remove Impurities Hickory. "She loves me. she loves ,me I
retained. asked Jackson shenanigans goln on re f
the system when" \Vhere's Peg? Intoned. "Loves me loves norr
Then you may tuff ef nagging) bedcj when the first greetingshadTen not he !" He looked up died the General: "I don't like fel 1
j achediuscantyortooheqventaan.tton : I exchanged "Still loll In me not loves me blossom! ers that do a lot of hand klsmn'
I .getting up el night puHinex warrant when she ought In triumph "An amazing When he saw Peggy's face drop I Ug J. W. ANDREWS JR.
,. .bed. Ill It in my memory
under the; eye.; feel' e.1v0W mi.e ; some break- I shall press lightened. "Now give ,
I manner
man tie
"l_ be glttln' a something for you
upset to up book. Now and out i
Hon'l delay? Use Doen'i PllltDon' "" ." Swiftly he seized Peggy arms me a kiss yourself git ,
i ere eipecUlly" pot' poor)ly f fun* Major O'Neale was about to and kissed her lightly on the cheek Ned 'ei'..kl P"IIICY dlsregardahnrrul I Ik HTAIlKK. Fi ORIO.ttc
siltlr, sod
honing kidneys. They are reeom- make some excuse when Peggy i his cheek In mock imitation Jarkann's c t!'
mended by grateful men the country flashed across the doorway : She slapped Just then the sepa" her appointment with Prof.
Ova,. Get them horn MY druogn herself forward to embracethe of anger. Jackson !'IuflMland. 1 he ('on'I" and ran booming voice of Andrew ,.M4
than ffrthe
ex- f.ir-rem-lilnif
bad .. > more :
She courtyard
Jacksons. become sounded across the GMierul could hum u pu..Ic-J. 1
Ceneral'I rk
fond of them the Eternal! the
Earlier Washington and she
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------ Emma" Richard -
-- '- the friends of "Mlsa '
-- ---- -r Fat In PinesIs TO DEDICATE The Rev. Mr. Holeman, and :

+ Bradford County Telegraph I TOO LATE DiscoveredBy WINDOWS the Class members are especially of the Invited Confirmation to be


MEP&13ERIARIfAPRESS c r-ft II, KUSVELt KAY Discovery of tat in pine trees, Stores Won't Close
Xrrrrtmrr. Florida P..e.. "..,.. fat containing the same stuff as Reverend Frank A. Starke business houses will remain -
The Right
ASSOCIATION I human and animal flesh, was an- Jiihan. Bishop of Florida, will visit open all day next Wednesday,
1935 VJ When I was a kid, I used to sit nounced last week by Dr. CharlesH. St. Mark's Church Starke -9own7nd 2eotaa Herty, director of the pulp and Chief A. L JACOBS
... '. for hours with my eyes glued to November 8, at 11 o'clock.He Thursday by 1
-- -- ,the pages of an Alger book, breath- paper laboratory of Savannah. will) preach, administer confir- Alvarez asking for all or half-day
Fridays and Entered as Second Class lesHly following: the adventures ol With the fat he found a cheap, mation, and dedicate memorials closing, but sufficient signaturescould JACOBSNEXT
Published Weeklyon Florida Dick, Tom or Harry as step by i easy way of extraction which he recently placed In the church. not be obtained to make It:
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, step they mounted .the ladder of said promises two',new industries.Ridding Three handsome new stained effective. DOOR TO ,.
-- --- - success. I used to picture myselfIn the trees of fat, he said, glass windows will be dedicated to --+--- (
E. L. Matthews _--------------Editor___ ___ and Ownei the role of the hero and dream makes It possible for the first time the Glory of God, and in loving? Armistice ServiceThere

-. -- dreams of the day I would attain 'I' to manufacture the finest grades memory of Emma Buddlngton will be a special Armistice
SUBSCRIPTION RATE fame and fortune ,of bond and book paper from Richard, who was a faithful worker Day service at the Methodist
In Advance But fate the relentless truant Southern forests. at St. Mark's.A Church Sunday morning: at 11 LATEST SHOES
( Six Months, 75c-Payable dreams to offer a new will be
Yearly, $1.5; officer. Interrupted my The fats themselves new processional cross I o'clock. The Jones-Langford-Whlte
Advertising Hates on Application thrust me into the school of hard byproduct industry to the present dedicated to the memory of Fran- Post of Amerclan Legion will at- FOR
knocks, and for a good many years For Dr Herty for many !
-- --- -- newsprint makers cis R. Holeman, priest tend in a body, and all exservicemen ALL LEATHER
-- -
--- -- -- I've found myself so busy follow. found the same fats In the spruce years pastor of this congregation, are especially invited. NEW STILES 2.9
An easy chair is one that is hard to get out of. ing at the heels of the great and I trees from which the world supply and beloved by all who knew him. --.-- ,
near-great with pad, pencil and of newsprint Is made. Everyone will be welcome to joinIn
o typewriter, recording their prog The tree fat Is useful for making the worship at this service, and New River RevivalA
No doubt Al Smith will take a long, quiet rest after his ream and advancement that I've soap and for mining flotation pro- revival service is scheduled

famous walk. had little time to give consideration l ceases With it is a mixture of per cent of fat for Long Bridge Baptist Church OTHER SHOES
o to my own. fatty acids and waxes. One tree "If," said Dr. Herty "all the sul near New River with the Rev. S.
All through the years I've acid is oleic, a potent IngredientIn phite pulp (the newsprint pulp) W. Baker, of Missouri officiating.
Now that the election is over maybe we'll find time to finish searched for a genuine Tom, Dick the human body sought by physicians used in this country annually were Great messages In song and music FOR LADIES....
"Gone With The Wind." or Harry so vividly pictured for us for medical experiment. made from Southern pines it would are promised for each night at ONLY 1.9MEN'S
1 by Horatio Alger, J'!'. But lead Another lint>l lciised for paints. mean a dally production of fats 7:30: and the general public Is In- ---- ----
o after lead petered out, bubble after In the waxes Is cholesterol, which I and waxes of about 420,000 pounds. vited. An interesting list of ser-
that \if\
of wives labor under the impression and I'd about convertedlnto vitamin D. i been announced by
The majority I bubble burst, Just can be None of these fats are now being mon topics has
a husband is given. too much rope, he'll skip out. t reached the point where I wall satisfied ., Dr a / )<1ltc yered the fats: extracted here or- elsewhere the evangelist.
I Io all lot of hooey. book and
-- it was a whitetn'.Ip&: U> make SHOESNEW
Then, recently I journeyed to bond paper out.:of Southern pines.
Italy has its Black Shirts, Russia its Red Shirts, Ger- the tiny settlement of Dudleyvllle, This he,undertook two years ago

many its Brown Shirts and America its Work Shirts. near the little town of Camp Hill, after he bad developed'methods of Put on SHIPMENT
Alabama, to attend the homecomIng making newsprint out of all grades SOLID 9
o LEATHER ______
t. ceremonies staged In honor of of Southern pines. His pioneering .' .
As long as the backbone of America consists of good, Claude Pepper, and I realized that work ii la'sponsored by the industrial -

green farms, there is no danger of the country going Red.Let's here at last I had finally found a committee of Savannahand
living parallel for an Alger heroIn financed by the Chemical
o '
of Florida's new of New York tlresnovv-get 3O% more
be sensible. How could Roosevelt be a dictator? United the person States Senator. City.Foundation" Inc. I DRESS SHIRTS

We don't believe he could work up a good scowl if he tried. Over winding dusty clay roads The handicap to making book mileage free-
I traveled into the back woods ol paper was what the paper Industry FOR MEN
o is old Alabama to view the tumbling calls "pitch..' It is the stuff which Ask us why AT GREAT 7S
The only thing the diet faddists haven't recommended rough old frame house where Chows as an occasional slightly ( fl BARGAIN

the eating of century! plants in order to live to a ripe old age. Claude was born, eleven miles from Jiscolored spot In paper. It Is not I
o town. I saw the quaint old country pitch, but Dr. Hal ty said no one ; .
his wife church, the little school house; knew exactly'what It was made of.
How times have changed: The caveman I stood on the bank of County Lint' To find out he sliced sections of 9*% DRESS SHOES
with a club and the modern one is content simply to beat her Creek and witnessed the smiles and tree wood thin as tissue. He colored
tears of these kindly toil worn the slice wftfy biological stains PRIZE
at bridge. U farm folks who had gathered to ttke a phyltic'l ;/looking for the FOR MENGOING
o- and honor one of Dudleyvllle'a The result was VALUES ATONLY 1 9Qi
greet cause of disex!e.
the ______ _
contains I .
Page twenty-six had known -- -
Future index to history: own-a lad they discovery that-the "pitch" was
photograph of Alf M. Landon, who died politically in 1936- a* one of the "Pepper boys" who made of what_botanists call "ray"or \
had gone out Into the world to paeynchremous cells. Theseare ,
trampled to death by a lively Democratic donkey num- wrest from it first an educationand ,the "living" parts of the wood, 9*% SPEEDWAY

berless voters. later success. which a few years ago would have NEW SHIRTS
---- From the lips of old neighbors, been identified simply as "proto- PRIZE Aredcood- ,)
his grade school teacher, his boyhood for little
furniture with plasm. year
A complete suite of thirteenth-century VALUES (FOR MEN .1
chums and college classmates, Chemical analysis showed they 1oYZ
only the leg of one chair missing has been unearthed. The I heard the amazing story of a were filled with fats, fatty acids LATESTPATTERNS 98
depression-must not have lasted long in those days if that farm boy's struggle that led from and wax s. These cells are visible BEFORE --j
the red clay clods of a twohorseAlabama under a microscope. Theyare VALUES C1
wood.It only
all the furniture they had to burn for stove backwoods farm to a many times smaller than the YOU BUY

u seat in the United States Senate. tree fibers which make paper. Theyare PATHFINDER CHECK 1
has been estimated that babies now eat about four It was a great day In the history extracted by diluting the pulp TWIN SWEATERS

times much as their parents did when infants. Perhaps of this normally quiet countryside and letting it run by gravity overa G-3 Over 22 OUR GREATAllWEATHER \
as aillioa told I
an auspicious longto screen. The small cells
is because parents now spend about four times as muc weeks porous Tbit'i bow5.tlio4 VALUES BEAUTIFUL
that I be remembered. For fall through with the water. L.r.,t ALL-WOOL 95'
trying to stuff things down their infants as they used to. these good folks had been making There is no .machinery.. At the Tire Mood ll I. SMART ..,__----- 2.
plans for Claude Pepper's Home end of the downgrade Dr. Herty oa Esrth
coming. Out of the backwoodsfor has a new typeof pulp, more free
miles around then came to join from the fat than even the spruce
WIN WIN WINHall's the townspeople In staging a fitting pulps now used for the beat gradesof I 1 { e e
celebration. By train and bus, paper Another new process SLIP-OVER
In motor cars, on horseback, In separates the water from the fat.
buggies and ox-cart they Journeyed May Account for Fast Growth.
to Camp Hill. School was dismissed Spruce trees, Dr. Herty stated, FOR EATERS MEN 198
Grocery and freshly scrubbed kid- contain only about 1 1.2 per cent 100 Pct. WOOLLADIES' ---
__ lies proudly took their place In of the fata. The Southern pinesall
line. The town band with attiring contain much more of the living -
martial music led the way A dozen stuff, which probably accountsfor REGISTER MOTOR COMPANYSTARKE
home made floats p-Mtlclpated. them growing nearly five timesas
MARKET Camp: Hill outdid itself\ ; the parade fast as spruce. One of the DRESSE
was twice too big for the Southern pines, loblolly, has eight FLORIDAJOHNS
town and when finally formed It
reached beyond the town limits In I ALL COLORS 29

AND LUNCH both directions. ALL STYLES -.--_
Following the street pageant the T4kT I
crowd gathered: at the Industrial
NL'AR SKABOAim STATION-BEIUIY MARKET School to hear the "speakln' and
later enjoy a barbecue. Now I
thought: I knew something about LATEST HATS
Each 50c Spent for Groceries or Meat
barbecues but I'm tellin' you these

entitles to $2.50 Grocery Order folks up here In Alabama have got Phone Free FOR LADIES
you a barbecue & SONS ,
he ordinary:: average ALL COLORS 1 O('

ASK US ABOUT THIS OFFER.A stead ookln'of like handln'a Chinese out a couple famine.slabsof In- 45 Delivery ALL SHAPES __-- .

bread and a hunk of pickled
rearlln' they dished up a feast that
FEW SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY Included just about every victual GUARANTEED I SUGAR' Lb _n_ -- --- -.5c
and viand known to man. When FLOUR, 24 Lbs. 70c LUMBERJACKSMen's
the ladles got through load In' up CHURNGOLD, Lb. 20c
-- -
FLOUR Extra Good, 24 Lbs. 70c my plate It looked like a diorama J.-oz. TOMATO $2.S

of I got the through Rocky Mountains with that meal and when I felt KETSUP lac 5 Lge. OCTAGON SOAP 23cNO. Boy's ___ _. 1.S

TOMATOES, No. 2 can, Standard 7c like a cross between a thoroughly 10 extra coupon. given with each five
17c bear nourished flxln boa-constrictor to hibernate! and a POTATOES, 10 Lb. _25c RED CHIEFPHIUPPINI Kids (Suede) .- 1.9
BACON Best extra good Lb. _
And the thing that Impressed DOG FOOD __ __ __u 5c
me most about the whole affair % .

Pure Hog Lard or Compound, lb. 12Yzc was Itt genuineness and simple LARD, Lb. _ ____ lOc CHASE SANBORN SUEDE SHOES
folks sought no .
sincerity. These COFFEE, Lb. __ ___ _ 25c
.25c favors, wanted no appointments,
SUGAR, Cloth Bag, 5 Lbs. expected no rewards. They cameo TOMATOES No. 2, 2 for 15c B. R. FOR LADIES
pay their tribute to a home BROWN BLK. 1 2t
RICE Fancy, Patna, Long Gr. 5 lbs. 25c town toy who had made good and 15c RICE 5 Lb. -.-- --- __ u___ 25c ONLY .,_..,...-- .___ <<
1 of whom they were justly proud.
PEANUT BUTTER, 32oz. Jar 25c Honored with him were his father CORNMEAL

,I and mother of, brother close friends and sister who 10 Lbs. .25c FLAKES, 2 for __. _15c
j ROUND STEAK, Fresh, Tender, Lb. 18c accompanied nd a group him from Florida: MEN'S PANTS

Congressman: Millard Caldwell D. C. S. MEAL Sk. _.$1.90CIY
POTATOES, U. S. No. 1, 10 Ibs. 25c Stuart Gillls, president-elect of the CINCY BIG .SELECTION,
state senate, W HcL.\ Christie,
DRESSING Pt. 15c Speaker of the House, Representative I SCRATCH, 100 lb. Sk. $2.50 EGG MASH, 100 lb. Sk. $2.75 ALL PRICES
SALAD W. Pierce Wood of Liberty C. i

L Waller of Tallahassee, Cheater | SHORTS, Sk. $2.20
MIXED GROUND MEAT, Lb. 15c Treadway of Tavares, Joe Caw-i
thorn of TalUhirsee.: Claude Lee! .1

NECK BONES, 3 Lbs. 25c of of Gainesville Tnllahimee.! Lawrence Jim Clements Renfroe of SPECIALS IN OUR MEAT LINE EVERYBODY'S SAVING

Ft Myers an1.myself JACOBS
PURE GROUND COFFEE, Lb. 12'/2c With the love and faith of these We Carry A Complete Line Of Fresh Meats
Alabama friends, plus the confidence JACOBS

l ASPIRIN, lOc Box for 2c Claude lnd Papper respect will of "make all Floridians good.", VEAL II PORK STEW, Lb. lOc

That Is his only obligation to his j ROAST, Lb. 12/ c C'NTRYtOLL JACOBS
EATING:: APPLES, Doz. lOc REAL friends and here's one of
t 'em that's bettin' on'his Join' It I ROl'M'' BUTTER, Lb. 34c

;' i ORANGES, South Fla., Doz. 15c In a Claude's great bit gieatest way for asset FRIENDSare and I STEAK, Lb. 20c PORK JACOBS

he's not the kind" of a guy to ever PORK HAM, Lb. -- 20c SHOULDER, Lb. 15c
FREE DELIVERY let em down. *,
------ civil We Pay 3c Below Jacksonville Market For Your Eggs. EXT DOOR TO P
of a federal
Retirement pay
,rq service employee is not exempt J Ji
from Income tax.
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