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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 13, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02567
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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COUNTY MOVES !! FLYER AIR SAFER THINKS !TYSON GETS 5 YEARS IN POISONING; THIEF ROBSTELEGRAPH TILLGETS PAUPER LIST I I 6-YEAR PLAN




FO COLLECT i HAS HAD IN AUTO MORE AIR THANIN ACCIDENTS i CIRCUIT COURT CLOSES SATURDAY, ABOUT AWAY$15 WITH IN CUT AS RELIEF I SUBMITTEDTOSTATEBOARU



SCOBY BOND I Henry &Ianassa Starke's only Terry Not In Custody Negro3lovesfoTakc I II CASH DRAWER '-
TAKES HOLD
licensed When a thief finds a few dollarsin
i pilot, is beginning to believe I. I
;, that the air Is safer than the On Embezzlement Case to Supreme j' a printing ottlce-that.s news'!
'I' But trial's just what happenedwhen
ground-there are no black
| hogs
Would Reduce Taxes I Charge Court one broke open the cash List of Sixteen ProjectsTotal
up in the clouds he says. At least, I Welfare llo'lrdlOll..'
drawer in the Teelgraph office

For One Year If he would has be never awfully seen surprised one there If and he j The Fall Te--; ;of Circuit Court Enoch Tyson. *year-ol negro \ shortly after noon Thursday and ( ares for Many i6.1,09.$,

Paid i, was adjourned here at :5 o'clock was sentenced last Friday in circuit made away with around $15 I Stump Says
I I Clients
did.In | Saturday after a full week most of court here *> five years in The office was vacant for a few
his short but thorough careerof which was occupied by the Enoch the State Prison Fjirra for attempting minutes during the lunch hour but I

HAS BEEN LONG EXPENSIVE flying Henry has never had Tyson trial. Three other cases to poison hi r nephew Curtis the front door had been left open. :MINUTES OF LAST COMMISSIONERS : COUNTY ROADS SET

CASE FOR COUNTY even a minor mishap In a plane that were tried were: Allen Johns Tyson an elevt''Q.-year-old school Two employees of the Telegraph : MEETING I )DOWN FOR UK; SUM

but has had several accidents on pleaded guilty to breaking and boy. returned to work about the same

Ai was generally expected Man- the ground that might have proved entering sentence deferred. Bill Judge A. Z. Adklna denied Tysona time and saw a tall man with a At the regular "meeting of the Sixteen projects totaling $363-

.el Scoby. former Tampa bondsman fatal. The latest occurred last Murry. convicted of breaking and motion for a new trial, but the small black mustache and a brief County CommiHloners last week 09 .OO were filed with the Stat

charged with aiding jewel Friday night as he was driving entering sentenced to two years. defendant will enter an appeal to', case emerge from the front door. the following thirty-nine persons Planning!/: Board last week by tht

thief Harry Sitamore in an attempted I' toward Starke on the Lake Butler j Albert Hall was found not guilty the State Supreme Court. The I The man acted suspiciously they were stricken from the pauper Bradford County Council representing
escape from the State road. A coal, black hog scurried of a charge of grand larceny. said, and when they entered the roll of Bradford County because a six-year program of cx.

prison Farm several years ago, across the road directly In frontof J J Terry sought on a warrant convicted the State Farm prisoner yesterday was carried hlsl to office they saw that the cash their applications have teen approved pendttures In this county under

tat week again tailed to show up him and the Impact caused his for grand larceny in connection failure to furnish, $1.000 supersedes upon drawer had been pried open. for old age pensions under the WPA.

for trial in circuit court here and automobile to turn over. Henry I with alleged embezzlement of bond for his appearance In court Officers searched the town, but the Social Welfare Act: The list was compiled by F. P.

Bradford County took further: received only minor bruises, but $201.80 from Mrs. E. L. Biggs was If necessary after the final decision I failed to find any trace of the Ruth BroHky, Mrs. Avey Stilley, Slump chairman and other members -

4epi toward collecting his $15-: the car was badly damaged.The i I not In custody of the court. of the higher body. thief. Martha Kelley, Peter Cooper, An- of the council at the requestof
Stark> pilot recently won:
000 bond The following cases were not rate Tyler W. J. Johns Colonel the state board
the contest at The trial occupied two full days
bomb-dropping an:
It will be a happy day for this air meet in Orlando. | prossed: C. R Prevail shooting of the Fall Term of circuit court MERIT SYSTEMIN Crosby, Mrs. Mary Fowler, Dill Following Is a list of projects Included

county when and if the bond Is i into house at Lawtey. Avery WaIters here during which time State's Fowler Bob Mathews, Mr. and In the program They are

ever collected. Clerk of Court A. I I robbery. W. H. Donaldson Attorney J. C. Adklns called a long WELFAREJOBS Mrs. Cha-r Grimes Charley Williams not listed In order of preference.

t Thomas this week stated that ,I RED CROSS passing worthless check. Lindsey string of witnesses whose testimony W. L. Thomas Mrs. W. A. Approximately 2,500:> square

the money would go Into the Fine OPENS DRIVE Grlffls. having Intoxicating liquor was eagerly followed by a TO BE GIVEN Peeler George A. Hays Rltch yards of concrete sidewalk for

ml Forfeiture Fund and if collected I I In possession. H. B. Kerce, giving large number of spectators Tyson TO MOST CAPABLE Fate Charles Brown Josephine Lawtcy $2.:>00.00.

entirely might result in the PRESIDENT URGES ALL worthless sight draft. G L. Supp, took the stand In his own behalf CANOVA SAYS Griffin, Henry Young Col Lizzie Storm sewers and fill Lawtey.
of all! advalorem taxesIn breaking and Taylor Mary Lee, Mrs. Will Warren -
elimination TO JOIN IN I i entering. and was the only witness for I -tOO.OO.
The Merit of
Bradford for one year. These cases continued the defense. System selecting Nancy Green Dave Kite Tom
ROLL CALL were : 300
.. City auditorium seating capacity
workers for service under the
Multlda Lee, Mrs Bell
Mote To CollectThe Mandei Scoby aiding prisoners to An insurance..,policy on Curtis I State Board of Social Welfare Strong < Lawtey $7,000.00.
T. Frank Landrum, chairman of Lang, Jack Hard. Stun Nichols,
Board of County Commls- escape. V. Q. McCoy, grand larceny life for $206 made payable to
goes into effect next Saturday Drainage canal north of Lawtey
.
the annual Red Cross Roll Call Claude Prevail assault with Tom Wasdln, W. T Turner Mrs
jioners last week conferred withStatee Madie Tyson, his grandmother andEnoch's November 14. when all present Annie Mrs Laura Finley, and canals In other parts of thIS
which this week Geiger
began yesterday. Intent to commit murder. Theodore
J. C. Adklns as mother, was alleged by
Attorney staff members will take an ex county 1000000.
be followed called attention to the public to Donnelly, operating automobile the State to be the motive for the C A Youngblood Loaly BrownIng -

to what procedure might amination. It was set up by the
J. J. Far- and
Mrs Berry Crosby Improvements paving
President Roosevelt's
urgIng
the bond. Mr. Ad- message under influence of liquor causing crime. The policy wan with the administered
In collecting State Committee and will be -
"all who can do so" to join the to and ley, Mrs. Lucinda Manning Slarke streels $16.32800.:
admage property person. Industrial Life & Health Insurance
kina staled that judgments In the II In District :S, at the
amount of $5,000 each bad been I Red Cross. The President said John Magyarl operating automo- Co. of Atlanta Ga. and called fora Gretn: Cove Springs high school by The following new pauper allowances Brooker Community Center $2,.
that "the return of prosperity bile under Influence of were made: Mrs. Madison 969.00.
rendered and placed on record in I liquor, premium payment of ten cents A the District Committee. Besides
brings with it an added responsibility I and Hall! $2 Mrs. W. M Hodge $5; A
causing damage to property week. \ : National Guard Armory. $22-
two of the bonds and that the third the regular staff, nine new applicant I
He on the part of all of us to I person. George Frazier assault C. Baxley $3, Riley Johns $3; Mrs. 832.00.
bond was still in litigation. Pieced together the long testimony have made application tc
ward our neighbor In distress. I I with Intent to commit murder. Loller Todd $2 SO; Daisy Raulerion
Mid his duty as State's Attorney of the witnesses made the I take the tents, according to Pau: High School building. $73OOOOO.
ceased when the judgments were "All of us are proud of the work No informations were filed by following story: Enoch Tyson Canovu District Hoard member $2,50, Blanche Rolierson $2: Mary Farm to market roads through

rendered. which the Red Cross did this year: I the State s Attorney in the follow. bought two small cakes from Mrs.A. I from Bradford County. Howe $2.BO, Winnie Norwood $2, out county $t2 .000.00.

Mr Adklns proposed to repre- I after the Spring floods and tornadoes ing: Cecil Gilliard and Billy Gil- H. Hall at a store near the Seaboard For new applicants the minimum Kate Mitchell $5.: Repairs and rebuilding< countyschools
Urban dwellers and rural Hard theft of chickens. Albert station early one morningIn Upon motion being duly made .
that shall $50,000.00.Hampton
.tnt the county in further proceedings -! requirements are they ,
dwellers alike felt its ministrations: Sheffield breaking and entering. and carried, the Board agreed to
,About noon the
for ten per cent of all September. have completed at least a high water supply system.
In the areas devastated by wind. \ Zack Wiggins, Richard Wigginsand at little pay each Deputy Registration Officer
money actually collected under the same day he appeared a school education, and be not less $.970.00..
and water as well as wherever dis Senior Davis assault on R. E. school while the children $6.00 In connection with the
)judgmenta If the county would negro than twenty-one or more than Farmers marketing center, $15-:
home In thirty-nine of voters for the General
aster struck Becalm and Hugh registration
Hornsby. Roy
lunch and offered
eating one staff
\py all court costs and all person- I were fifty years old. All present 00000.
expenses Incurred during the States. McDuff, stealing telephone cable child a piece of toke he was eat- members are eligible to take the Election.It Enlarging Stacks sewer system .
lngs. ''The Red cross; y.rug! ram of serv I valued at $300 from H. A. Bishop. Ing. However took a piece out tests. Mr. Canova explained that was decided by the Board to $5,000.00.:

submitted a ice In disaster relief, In health Mr. Bishop requested that case be of his pocket to give to Curtis Tyson the Merit System was the fairest pay the telephone rent at the Wateroak and other drainage.
The commissioners .
Mr. work In behalf of disabled exserv- I dropped since those named were and It was green in color Instead and most satisfactory method of County Jail. 1300000.

I Adkina counter ten proposal cent of as allowing his fee on ice men. in leading our children to,, out of the state and It would cost of white like the other. He I selecting personnel for social welfare The Board approved the bond of Starke streets and sidewalk!%

U collected per but did not good citizenship through the junior I the county too much to bring them told Curtis not to give any of his work. He pointed out that ,, Orle Wiggins as Notary Public 961300.

money organization and in all of its work here for trial. Luther Hendrix, cake to anyone else, but In spiteof It was definitely not a Civil Service The said bond being In the amountof Lawtey jail, $2.283.00

agree definite to pay his personal was expenses.Ko arrived for humanity, reflects the generosity I assault with intent to murder. El- this the boy gave the largest I examination, but was very similarto $500 executed by the Maryland .
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agreement -
week. and spirit of helpfulness of our bert Jenkins false pretense, forging portion of I It to his little half-slater. it. Many other states are using Casually Co., of Baltimore Md.' ,
it 1 at the meeting last citizens. The greater the Red Cross | Arch Prevatt's name to an Leanentine Johnson. | the Merit System, finding that as surely NEW BOOKSAT

An ExpensUe Cane grows In membership. the better''I I order for gasoline. Arthur Taylor !Soon after eating the cake the It works to the advantage of both The Board having advertH'rt LIBRARY
The has been a long! this nation and the world will be. i breaking and entering. Albert Formerly
Scoby case I girl be -ame violently 111 and be- applicant and emplojer for t lenders on funding Krud

II1d expensive one for Bradford The return of prosperity brings I 1 Willis, assault on John Willis and gan "-o-a'lia-: ;. ,ho negro leucher a visitor was rated Bonds, the following: v.a j ''eelll' ed: AMERICAN DOCTORS ODYS-

County beginning back In 1933 with It an added responsibility on Williard Thomas. Ida 3listr:', t'ok both ch'ldien'! I lo her paRt experience acCOrding/ Foui bonds of feted by E: It rln- SEY" IS WELL WORTH

when Scoby is alleged to have the part of all of u., toward our I I In a civil case, M. A. Smith, III home and later brought them to tarn and on the opinion / gle. of Chai'lesion, S. C.. at par. TIME TO READ
picked Sitamore In an I in distress. We must givein I Glen G. Searing a I of '
Harry up neighbor quidator vs. Dr W F.. Idleton In Starke'j I pervisor her ability W. II Smith and N. W Manuel
wtomoblle after the latter had es- proportion as we have received. | Judgment was returned in favor of Curtis did not ?et sick I her job. Under Ihe Merit Systemher appeared before the buid and requested Not only Is an American Doc

taped from the prison confines un- J, When the havoc vf storm flood complainant. In the aft .aon The teacher also ] rating will be determined on an additional $100 to help tor's Odyssey Informative upon

fcr the hood of a truck driven by accidental Injury of war visits men, brought In the children's lunch | three points; past experience and but cuttle, for the fencing prornject. the characteristics of many known,
two "trusty" convicts. : women or children, this beneflcient dish In which the cake had been education; the written examination gaps and prevalent diseases, but It Includes -
was -
A. L. GREEN The appropriation approved
Two trials here resulted in hung I agency begins immediately Its mission placed. It contained particles of i and a personal interview. when suitable funds are as well the fascinating

Junes and when time came for the to heal, to mend to replace. DIES food greenish in color. i available. I[ study and description of forty-five

third -go" Scoby failed to appearin Mr. Landrum also announcedtwo The food was turned over to A. |I STARKE SEES .--.-- eastern countries and their peoples -
court. His 15,000: bond was or- additional chairmen: Mrs. M Dr. Victor flelser's style 1st
GROWEROF Bradford
WAS PROMINENT J. Grtffis County super-
Show
fcred estreated at the Spring Termof B. Plummer for Lawtey and Mrs. BROOKER SECTION I Intendent of public instruction, who I MOVIE STAR free Picture delightful and his many unusual

court in 1935 and the county has Q.: P. Raymond for Hampton. FOR YEARSA. locked it in his safe overnight, and I I The Slstrunk Feed A Seed Co. experiences are expounded In a

dee been making efforts to colt -----. the next day two members of the | FRANCES LANGFORD ATE will sponsor a free motion picture pleasing Intimate manner. In fact

the money. WILLIAMSSELLS L. Green, Sr., long.time resident school board W. C. Manning andJ. I STEAK SUPPER show In the high school(> auditorium< there are many hearty laughs In

The bondsmen are: L. R. Byrd of Bradford County, died C. Prevail carried It to Dr. C I| HERE Friday night, November 13 at 7:30: store for the reader.

W. R. Crosby, John B. Myer W. H. | CAFEWILL early Wednesday morning In a B. Pollard chemist at the University I o'clock. The picture deals with Beginning his medical career asj
Young, j. E. Ramos and J. A. I IStudstill Jacksonville hospital following a of Florida in Gainesville, for, I I i Starke was given an unusualoppoifmity farm life and Is coiled "Hidden an Immigration Inspector at Ellis

of Polk and Pine lias DEVOTE ENTIRE I I major operation. He was sixty- analysis. I I for a close-up of a Harvesl" It Is an absorbing storyof Island, Dr. Heiaer was transferred

Aunties, and Mrs. S. M. Miller, of I TIME TO RUNNING two years of age. Pollard testified that he, I motion picture star In the flesh a farm family who learn to be to public health director of th.1
Dade Dr. last Friday night-but, unfortu- Philippines, and later became director
HOTEL of .
City. native the
I Mr. Green was a of a of arsenic better farmer by discovering
found two-tenths gram
Mrs. Miller, an aged widow, was Announcement was made this Georgia. but had lived most of his in the food remaining In the nately, few people knew anythingshout "bl' den harvests" in farming of the International health

only bondsman to fight Judg- week of the purchase of the Magnolia life at his home near Brooker dish and also stated that one-tenth It.Frances. when they use better method division of the Rockefeller Foundation.

!* proceedings in the court. Sheered Cafe from Arthur Williams where he was a successful farmeri Is considered a lethal Langford, the little : Tickets may be obtained at the .
*! that she was ill at the time by George A. Light also owner and livestock man. He was alsor of a gram Lakeland girl who made good In Slstrunk Feed A Seed Companyand In reading "An American Doc

I Suing; the bond that it was |of Light Service Station on Temple prominent in church and civic affairs dose. the movies via radio, was In town there Is no charge for this tor's Odyssey" one is conscious of
On the stand Tyson admitted for more than an hour, walking I not only becoming familiar with
missed In
ought to acquaintance be modern
her by an Ave. and will greatly I talking picture.
lbeaid it.was* bond for his own'llPearance Mr. Williams had been In the I the community. that he gave the cake to Curtis around town with two or three the experiences of a> medical director -
and that shelimed business here since the but denied that he had poisoned It. escorts, playing a slot machine ort but also with those of a. traveler -
in court f restaurant
his wife, Mrs 'Win A TurkeyOn
It without being able ton of 1919 when he opened the Surviving are A. L. He also denied telling the boy nott I I two and finally winding up with and a diplomat Surely Dr.
Spring Dave
Green ,
d It. Juanlta Cafe next to Mitchell's Mary ; four sons and ". gKe say of his cake away a steak supper at the MagnoliaCafe. page two of thin luaue of the Helser's personal history reveals
Store. Four years later he Jr., Leroy and Earl Green Witnesses who appeared for the I I Telegraph you will find a new feature adventure and vital truths that no
Drug Mrs. Oscar Rymes. .
home on four daughters s'ate were: Ida Briater, Carrie Ma.g Contest." book lover would care to miss.
'DIVIDED' the Freeman I Although Miss Langford was --our "Turkology
purchased Tom Mar- I
HEARTS and Mrs. Eddie Lewis, Mrs. mother of Curtis, J. C. Pre- You will find this book
It .
Street remodeled of e. recognized while In the cafe, her Read the rules carefully, and then among
Walnut? all
it into key and Mrs. Ruel Duke, ilt. W. C. Manning, A. J. Grit(is, I I' the rental collection at the Public -
AT RITZ added to It. and converted His eldest son, Henry ': I presence created no great senia- j sit down with pencil and paper end
modern Magnolia Hotel. Soon Brooker. In the the two children Curtis and Lea tlon according to Miss Audrey try to work out the solution The Library. Also Wake Up and

MARION DAVIES AND I the afterward he opened the Magnolia Green. died during service -ntlne, Dr. Middleton, Dr. Pollard, I Lambe a waitress who was on I first two to send in correct answers Live, Drums Along the Mohawk

DICK POWELL, IN I I Cafe which has been operated on World War. I.:rs A. H. Hall, Miss Edna Hulto duty at that time. The place was will be given big, fat turkeys Madame Toussalnt's Wedding Day. .,
MUSICAL site for nine years. He leaves also a large numberof aid 0 N. Harper Jr.. of Gaines- ,I full of merry-makers on their way for Thanksgiving. f The Last Puritan, and Live Alone-
I
I|I Its present time Mr. Williams and grandchildren and other relatives \'.Ue. 111. ho sold tile Insurance policy. I to the football game In Jacksonville -- -.- -- I and Like It. The librarian state
'1 this
Bringing Dick Powell and !i hla During wife have made a name for Including two brothers W.O The defendant was not tried on I and the movie star ate her I II Rabid Dog Killed that as. soon. .. as. a book Is paid. for
, lfl Davies as well as three Ma-I' and their cafe and It H. Green, of Starke, and D. J. another couat charging him with supper In comparative silence It 'I ny rentals it: is transferred to Lbs

hUlozn's leading I themselves not only In Starke and Green, of Lake Butler. He was an attempting to poison Leanentlne I was said. She wore an inconsoic.Ucus Miss Ida Merrill county health! i i open shelf and with the proceed

?**rta Divided" will be shown at was famous also among travelers uncle of Congressman R A. Green. Johnson. {I dress and had on very little I nurse for Union County, was In I another new book Is purchased.
lIIe I I Florida but in the family S J I I III M. for the -' Leave the of the book J
was
Ritz Theatre Sunday and Mon- states. I Interment r make-up, MIss Lambe said she I Starke Wednesday purpose name new
I **. It Is an historical film conflIng from Mr.other and Mrs. Williams are retiring plot at New River Baptist Church Court House Warm I II dlcln't try to "put on the dos" a of mailing away the head of"I you! would like to read, at the LI-

"? Jerome Bonaparte, broth- from the restaurant businessecaUSe i at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon. It li plenty warm In the court''' bit I a rabid dog killed in Lake Butler. I brary.
I had not bitten hut .
to The
dog anyone
to -
will I
Napoleon, who comes of ill health. They I house these cool days in spite of| Attracting more attention than
"fcrica to negotiate the- sale of continue to run the hotel In which Crowd Hears Bishop the fact that all elections for the i. the star herself among a group of had had licked fresh the wound hand of tponcd a man who she 1 Green Speaks At CampI
a
Louisiana Territory to the4Ited I they are now installing steam heat Frank A. year are now over. The new central -( young boys who gathered outside said. Miss Merrtt pralwd the efficient -I A large group of members of the
States. A beautiful love ,i other modern conveniences. The Right Reverend I fr-atlng plant that was Installed was Miss Lsngford's immense i Jones-Laogford-Whlte Post Amer .
among delivered manner In whkh the localexpress
ry begins when he meets and I both expressed appreciation Juhan. Bishop of Florida. when the new addition was I creem-colored Cord, parked on ican Legion attended special Armistice -
I They at office handlsj the shipment -
"11a '
In love with Betsy Patterson week for the fine patronage ,11 vital message on partnership .pjcied. Is now In operation. The I Call Street. ,I services at the Goldheatl
this Church of the dog's head, going to I
r. l11lDoner. I that has been given them by the | the St. Marks Episcopal the Im- furnace burns' oil and the heat 1111 I I -, | -. considerable trouble) milce sure I Park CCC Camp near Keystone ,
Next Tuesday and Wednesday of this section In the many Sunday. He emphasized curried to various rooms by air'' Height Tuesday night. Congress-
people | in marriage New Station Managers that It would get off on the nighttrain
.?Uzy featuring Jean Harlow. I they were In business here. portance of partnership He vents The old-time open tire- mat R A. Green and J, Edwin

'ranchot Tone and Cary Grant, 'I years Mr. Light the new owner has I business and religion. places are a thing of the pmtt At i I Sullivan Carter former popular' : Larson. collector of Internal r'v- $

r U1 I i be shown. War-time intrigue I been. a resident of Florida since branded' as "mighty poor partflefl'people I .&>'t one court house official his ,[ athlete of B. H. S.. returned to -- -- -- enue, were the principal speakers. _

"we background but the sacrlfic-I and has been In the restaur- i who spend several dollars and a teen heap to complain that hisI j Stark thin we.k from Belle Clad. Six years: us": Italian: commercial: Mr. Green praised the valor and

:"* love and courage of a woman | 1892 In Jacksonville for week on cigarettes and drinks oily objectitn is he has "nothing i ito and will be associated with A. E. aviation lines employed fifty-' ye courage of war velermnA during the _
business
.,. th. theme of this stirring ro- ;! ant He was also at onetime I then put a nickel or a dime In the put his feet up to" on a ejlJ ,I I Wall Jr. In operating the Gulf ..airplanes, today they use recent depression years and pledged -

-lie. I twenty In years.charge of the Angebllt Hotel collection plate on Sunday. A day. I filling station on Temple Avenue five. elghty// support for legislation fir i fi' ,

I r, dining room in Orlando. He I large number of visitors were present -- .-.--- formerly operated by E. W. Hayes. --- ..----- they benefits for veterans and their .

lfIrL'ey Relieves Johnson operating Light's Service at the church to hear the Bishop Pigs can be the cleanest of all Carter's many friend will welcome The proportion of dependents. Among other speakers) : -
8 began Lunch Room on Temple for the dedication of some animals They will not sleepIn him back to Stark. and will wish men who are six or more feet tall i were A. J. Thomas J, H. .Benson
P -1a> agent hi here this week re Avenue this business aswell stained glass windows I a filthy in their enterprise. man In 200 is six feet c or taller j tlit StatkiI -
to run do so
E local continue
'ceng z. Johnson the croai. ',
restaurant'?.
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'; TWO -- KKAOFOKO COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKJ5.._ ___FLORIDA_ ______------______-___-_ -- VKID\V._NOVEMBER:-- \l.r- ,,:,,3I'
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There- are about 13ft cows tor I Bird life In the United States BETHEL HAMPTONMlM RISING PINE LEVEL I WOODLA}} :V

I' every l.OOO person In the United'r hits been decreased 75: per cent In 1\lrM. Ralph Galney, CorrespondentMrs Ada MBIOIO, C.rrffomtrmtMrs Miss" Edna Lewis, Correspondent Mrs. IL SI. McR e, Correspondent Mrs A. J, "Yarbrough .,
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States I the last sixty years. Ralph Gainey and childrenwere W. P. Blrt is visiting her Mrs. N. C. :MotTand children of Mr and Mrs: E: H. Lanier left Mr. and Mrs-
visiting l\lrlt. Z. Z. Grlffls daughter Mrs. Ira Brow, of Brooker spent Saturday night with Friday for Grant where they will and son and E. E.A. J Y, '
Sunday afternoon Gainesville this week her mother Mrs. E. J. Lewis. make their home for a while business Yarns '_

CROP AND LIVESTOCK LOANS Mrs. F. R. Coleman and children C. A. Warren who purchasedthe Loran Conner spent Wednesday Gus Fountain and children are Thursday.visitors Mrs. Yarhr to j ..
were visiting her aunt and uncle, city property of L. A. Johns Is night with[ Mr. and :Mrs. W. C. spending this week at Homesteadwith son were guests of her ?":' ,t
Mr and Mrs. Eugene Lee Monday. having the building repaired and Conner. relatives. sister Mrs. S. C. Muter -, '
.
AT 5 Pet. INTEREST ?
Mrs Robert! sutton and baby repainted.Mr. Mrs. H. H. Lewis returned recently Mrs. O. R. Alvarez of Vanderbilt Roy PruigleMr ?
have returned home after spend and Mrs. Albert> Sullivan of after spending several days section was visiting Mrs. H. M. and Mrs P. B .ii-, .
''t SEE ing a week with relatives near Theressa attended preaching at with relatives in Lakeland and UcRae Saturday. visiting Mr. and Mrs 1 f: t.' *
Green Cove Springs. the Baptist Church last Sunday.P. Plaut CIty. Fletcher Terrell of New River, Sunday .1.8
Mr and Mrs Carl Anders were E::. Griffin[ of Pompano. Is E. J. Norman and Jessie Good- was a visitor[ here Saturday. Robert Crawford ,,
business visitors to Gainesvillelast the of his[ uncle, B. Hall.B. week-end in Lake and! ,1 j '
: guest the
man spent ter of
Production Credit Ass'n."FARMER The W. M. U of Pine Level Bootsey Beach were \ ."j,
Gainesville Monday. Y., J. H. and G. W. Saxon Wales Church enjoyed the quilting bee at In this section Sunday. :
Mrs Cynthia Lee has returned have as their guest this week, their Mr. and Mrs. Olin White of the home of Mrs. Ralford[ Alvarez, J. B. Gaskins
of
OWNED" 'home after visiting a while with brother Andrew Saxon of Pompa- Starke, and Mrs. E. C. Warren, of Monday.Mr. was visaing A. J. Booth\ ; I
her daughter, Mrs. Walter Sllcox Madison[ recently visited Mr. and and Mrs. J L Underhill of Yarbrougi "Jt-
Gainesville Fla. of Starke. no.Mr.. and Mrs J. P Summers and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. Vanderbilt spent Sunday after- day.Rudolph .
318 E. Main St. S. Chlsra and ( '
Tommy Lee Is visiting his brother Mr and Mrs. Dewey Chapmanwere I Mr. and Mrs. Elam Lewis and noon with Mr. and Mrs. H. M Mc. Yarbrough spent the ....wltf It ln""fi
\ e Harley Lee, of Tampa. shopping In Starke last Fri, daughter Agnes, ot Hellbronn Rae.Misses with Mr and Mrs N. M Et !
I?
OR day. Eula Mae and Etta Fae at Starke. y
---- Sunday at the home of Mr.
spent Dyal of Sampson City spent Sat. .
After reaching an altitude of 23.- ----
000 feet climbers on Mount Ever- Because of the minuteness of and Mrs E. C. Lewis. urday night with Miss Vesta Mc- Divining rods still\ are ,,:,'Iv
COUNTY AGENTS OFFICE Starke seed 237,000 grainsto Bert Shaw of St. Mary, spent; used by superstltoua well I! ,
est must lie down for ten minutes carrot [It takes Rae.Remember :" ',
after every six steps weigh a pound. Sunday with his home folks. services at Pine Level who believe the fork'! i r./i,
Church this week-end. sticks will point to water
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The German dirigible Hinden- A survey of 10,000 nil >, i II", -,,.s
burg uses 13,000 gallons of Diesel [In thirty-three states sh'm s nat
engine fuel on each visit to the eighty-seven per cent of ih, .\0,.u
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l POR-1N-CHIEF FUGATE Makes Plans for Field Day And i\1 i 11 .1
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l B. H. S. Hand Bool Vend Inman was visiting in A lecturer lt"b; name of Sir \I IAn II ELEMENTARYECHOES

GRARY EDITOR Gainesville Saturday. Academic Contests :ford Brown had been describing

HLE HEMINGWAY Vernie Phillips and Mildred Home of the nights he had seen ;
um The m ma fmammmaaamsmammmm
regular meeting of the Sit
Brown Events abroad. "There are some' spectacles -
went on a fishing trip to and rules for Bradford I-
.;.rlETY EDITOR dent Council was held October 28 the Gulf last week-end. County Scholls Field Day and I ," he! said, "that one never -

RID KILLINGSWORTH 1936, the last period in the 12 1 B Reese Academic forget..' Grades Fifth Grade
FL< homeroom. President Bradley was in Jacksonville Contests Starke Jan- Two Fourth Pupils
EDITOR Ovid Lewis: Sunday. uary 15, 1937. Open to all schools A Mlsa. Doshia Smith in the audience -
EXCHANGE presiding Plans for a Bradfon Present ProgramThe Make Relief Maps -
of Bradford could
County. exclaimed "I wish
I Irene Prescott. / you
VIARGIE :MCMILLANSPECIAL : High School Hand Book were dis- Vesta McRae,
Beatrice Cassels and Anita Wainwright Athletic ContektA. tell me where I could get a pair.
cussed. A vote was made as to mine." two fourth grades, taughtby Pupils In our china have made*
REPORTER went to Cedar Keys Sat- Classification: I am always misplacing
whether the Student Governmen and Miss of the New England
JUDD I Mires Hazel Adkins maps group -
LOIS urday. Group I-All pupils from 6th. --
would take this responsibility. i It Beatrice grade downwards. Manager: "From your referencesI Lucile Edwards, were In charge of of Stateo. The map are made of
was unanimously received. This Moseley spent theweek'nd I 'salt and flour and show the -
OF EVENTS was natural
: "fVLEISDAR ; the chapel Thursday Gene Noegel
: Group II-All pupils In 7th & see you've had four places In
hand book in Wildwood.
Week of November 15th if published, will contain 8th grades. last month." announcer. The program was opened regions aa well BJ the states.'

Monday Student Government. all necessary Informatloi I Harriet Bishop went to the football by all singing! the first two We made a new poster this
Group III-All pupils in 9lh but that shows
Willis "Yes sir.
I Tuesday -Newspaper Club. about our school, for new students I game In Jacksonville Satur- : verses of America. This was followed week picturing the settlement at
Wednesday-C. P. C. Club. It will contain a list of prospective day. grade.Events how much In demand I am. by the Lord's Prayer" and Plymouth.
:
Tliiirsda.vCommercial Club.Elementary studies, recent graduates, the faculty I Harriet Bishop Miriam Guy, Edna Boj_"(Rroup I Arthur Swanbom: "Walter these The Flag Salute. Lola Tyler and Donald Bagwell

' : Chapel. and mottoes and slogans of I Pearce were in Gainesville Sun small I The first number on the program were appointed by our president

Friday High School Chapel. our school. Popular school yell: .: day. 1. 60-yd. dash. are Waiter very : "Yes oysters.sir" I I was a poem "My Books"; by Roe Fay Yarbrough. to get up a short
2.
and will also be Standing Broad Jump. Whltfleld. Arllne Dew then
-. songs included In twrta program for our opening exercisesfor
/, PITIFfL- LITTLE STORY this booklet. If the Student Government I Lillian Stump was In Jacksonville 3. Running Broad Jump. Arthur: "And they don't appear II sang' the "Codfish Ball." Thin was each morning; this week.
A
Tbi' other day I read a pltitfuiton Is able to carry this plan Sunday. 4. Base boll Throw (distance) to be very fresh." followed by a poem "Smile" by Our collection of wood Is growing -

,Z' m a newspaper-It told ot through It will be of great ben- I 5. Sack-race, Walter: "Then It's lucky they're Bryan farrell and some fourth each day. We have a sampleof

k' lilttlfountry girl over in Illinois, fit to all new, as well as old students Great ImprovementsIn Girls small alii't It sir..?." grade boys. Six girls from the nearly all the kinds that grown

I:, II'bt' ommltted suicide by drinkIng of our school. 1. O-yd dash. I -" _. fourth grade then" sang "Goody <,n.r our homes.

/ poison, because her schoolmate Reports were given by the various 9B Home Room 2. Standing Broad Jump. Junior Class Made Goody." After this five seniors\ Mrs. Stockwell added more color -

? had teased her and told her committees. The First Ale 3. Basketball throw (distance) representing the quintuplets wing' to two pictures that we have

;. lie A'ns ugly.." The article further room reported that three new pictures Several attractive things have 4. Baseball throw (distance). $13.50 On ShowThe "Oh You Beautiful Doll." ThIs They are sea much prettier now

gutted that the teacher had had been donated and thai i been added to our room recently. 5. Sack-race. wan followed by a talk by Rcv. than they were. We surely do appreciate -
'
i tne' '0 protect her by asking the new curtains and scarfs had beet I We have a new book case and read- Group| II-nojot Juniors held a clusa, meet- Montgomery Mr. Gray then her doing thin for us,

I: pupils iii, act more kindly toward placed in the rooms. The Safetj: Ing table whose fresh paint brightens 1. 100-yd. Dash. Ing Tuesday. morning In Mr. Ben- mada some announcements. In art claaa we colored Pilgrim

) tel MI' they kept up their heart- committee reported that safetj: our room and adds to our convenience 2. Baseball throw <( .
Itss rment behind the teacher's buttons and safety material hat The home room students 3. Running Broad Jump. Our President, Frances Peek _- -- walking homo In the snow

, back Jut on the play ground been distributed to the represents have colored small character posters 4. Running High Jump. appointed Pauline Andrews HONOR ROLLS Mrs. Hart brought us nine new I
tivea of the for our blackboard border. B. chall'-I buoku last week. They were adventures -
, MCI ,n :h<' way to and front school safety committee. Oih Pull-ups. man of our candy sales ;

:: ". i lays the little girl's eyes er committees reported that they: Our home-room teacher has finished GIrls. year and Vernie Phillips, chairman :SIRS.: K1NC.MIVS= HONOR HOI.I. of Hoy Scouts Itadlrt

!, we'. '! from crying, and finally are having regular weekly meet quite an attractive character 1. 75-yd. Dash. of our magazine subscriptions.We \ Billy Smith, Una Domorost, Joe Hoya nnd Motor Hoyu Leonard
ings and developing their committees poster. The letters are cut from 2. Baseball throw (distance). Peck also brought two books "Boy
oni. riigit)1 1 when she could stand it discussed sponsoring! the MontcHh, Elizabeth Cox, Claude
" extensively. All of the colored paper and the first letter Basketball throw distance). Scouts: Under Cnnvaa' and "Tho
committees 3. (
noIK:">' she drank the poison show "Earthworm Tractor" and JohriM, Janette Priest Lvroy llarrrll ,
WI' you know what I think are doing splendid work of each of the nine traits emphasized 4. Relay 240 yds. selling Armistice Memorial Ads. Emma Juno Uoaalcy Shiiley Boy S< uuLtl' Mountain Camp.
spell character. We have on .- _
ibi, 11! I think that the boys and accomplishing very much. 5. Potato Race. We made a net profit of $13.50on : Montgomery, Rebecca Simpson, --
__ _. display hand made science discovery SIXTH: m.\i)*:sllogan
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aa<, ,Kir/8/ who drove her to this { Group III-UoH the show and $5.00 on the Ar- Ruth Johnson and June Bull.FIRST .
desperau act are guilty of man- School Observes books. We have a new picturefor 1. 100-yd. Dash. mlstlre ads Smith Nina Bishop, Gloria -
our room and an illustrated
ilaughti-i No doubt when the 2. Baseball throw (distance). This makes us a total of $26.07 tlRAUKS': BuforU, Shirley Col ley. Mn Lulu
poster on safety showing why so
BWT11 her death reached tnese Armistice DayThe accidents occur and giving I 3. Running toad Jump. In our Treasury. Lester Gatlin, Leroy Tomlinson, DavU. Betty Marshbuin. VerlenaI'lililipa '.

toy* and girls, they were pro- methods many for prevention.We I 4. Running High Jump. Carol White, Reporter. Cecil Tyler. Bill Underhill, Donald Julia :Frances Stewart.

founcllv) sorry and protested that school observed Armistice welcome visitors at all times, 5. Pull-ups. -. Conner, Bobby Hall, Jtuuilta Andrews and Dorothy IMO Johns.

their reusing was "only in fun"- by having an appropriate program 1. 35-yd. Dash. ATTKMIANTK PRIZES WON Ella Gllnnon, Annie Mae Mrs. Hen ring, Teacher.

no loubt if by some magic. she Tuesday afternoon at 2:00: o'clock especially parents.HONOR. 2. Baseball throw (distance). BY TWEI.FTHNU TF.NTII GI'lfflll. Cora Bell Jones, send Dorothy Joe Andrews, Jimmie (Griff,

r could have been restored among The following numbers were rendered 3. Basketball throw <(
the living, they would have wept : ROLLS 4. Basketball throw <(
I' tear )t Joy, but when her little Makers of the Flag-Lillian 5. Relay-300 Yds.ACA4ICIUIC average for the second Homer O'Neal, Miriam I 'ht'r.I Dorm Mae Gaffney.

Stump. E\eni a: Leila Kersey, Marjorle lira. Wainwright, Teacher.
(form lay cold and lifeless, these TWELFTH GRADE Virginia month of school was won by Mrs.
rain regrets were of no avail. The The Flag Speaks-.Vernie Phil Alvarez Grace Arwood, Mildred 1. First Grade Reading. Long's home room. The prize waa Franky Morgan and Myrtice War .
TIIIKU GRADE NE'MMrll.
1, terrible wrong had been done. lips."Give Brown, Madeline Crosby, Irene 2. First Grade Spelling. an artificial cluster of Autumn ren.
I am calling attention to it hereIn Us Men" Virginia Fu- Davis, Patsy Edmondson, Katie 3. Second Grade Reading. leaves. The second prize was presented -I Miss Ruby Lllley, Teacher. Leolit Roberta, TeacherWe 1

the hope that many of the pa- Fugate, Virginia Fugate, Lois 4. Second Grade Spelling. to Miss Jacobs' 10th grade are very busy studying about .'

rents and teachers will read this gae.Keep the Home Fires Burning- Judd Leitha Kelly, Margie McMII- I 5. Third Grade Rending room; It was a potted plant. These SEt'ONI) GRADES cirrus animate I their habits, and

Wide to their children and pupils Six Girls. Ian, Lola Moore, Rosa Mae Rowe, 6. Third Grade Spelling. prizes were won by an effort on David Gunter, W. B. McKinncy, I whether or not the U. S. la their

ltd thus possibly prevent similar Poem-Harriet Benson. Oleta Smith, Arlie Sponholtz, Ar- 7. Fourth Grade Reading. the students' part to get to schoolon Leslie Bradley, Jean Mann. original home. We hope to attend

tragedies.Let Lullaby of 1919-Glee Club Cho thur Swanbom, Ethel Taylor, Jack 8. Fourth Grade Spelling. time and be present every day. Mrs. Ethel Blgga Teacher. the circus In Jackaonvllle Monday,

us all as student be thoughtful rus. Underhill, Hilda Wyrick. 0. Fourth Grade Arithmetic. The prizes are awarded each Billy Benson, Robert Conway, after which we shall make circus
t about these things. Recessional-Teacher's Chorus. 10. Fifth Grade Reading. month. Maurice Edwards B. C. HoltzcnUorf booklet and write circus stories.

-Zell Collins. "Nineteen Years Later in No ELEVENTH GRADE (A-Bea- 11. Fifth Grade Spelling. .- Harvey Hudson, Jimmie We have a circus project begun /
Man's Land-Marie Tyson. Arithmetic. Leach, Barney Mcltae, Joyce which we expect to finish within :
Grade
trice Cassels, Margaret Davidson, 12. FiLth THOUGHTS FOR THE WEEK '
Songs of 1918-School. Moore Shirley Noegel, Mary Wel- a few tiny .
13. Sixth Grade Reading.
Irene
Jones
LAWTEY SCHOOL Ancil Futch, L. O. ,
American Legion 1937 Program Prescott Loiuse Rosier, Arle Till- 14. Sixth Grade Spelling. Deeds not words count In life. don, Merry Winkler Mary Lou We are worry that Lovetta Griffin

I NEWS -Arlie Sponboltz. Carol 15. Sixth Grade Arithmetic. A friend Is a second self. Yarbrough, Mildred Edwards, was sick this week.
Doc Wainwright,
man, A live wire Is not down long. .
Song-School. 16. Seventh Grade Reading. Ruby Green, Elizabeth Lawson. -
White.
Armistice Day-Ruth Murrhee 17. Seventh Grade Spelling. Never turn back when you havea Mrs. H. C. Ritch Teacher. FOURTH ORAI1K NEWS
visitor in
Ralph Darley was a
Armistice Day 1918J. H. Ben 18. Seventh Grade Arithmetic. chance of succeeding. Gay lJrl kell. Leon Ellington Miss Edward, TeacherWe
B For
Jacksonville Sunday. ELEVENTH GRADE ( )- -
19. Eighth Grade Reading. Make the bent better. Shirley Judd, Willie O'Neal, and are sorry that Barbara Keen'

Gloria Mayo of Tampa was a son.Cure for War-L. A. Gray. eat Crosby, Miriam Guy, Dan Ha- 20. Eighth Grade Spelling. Learn something new every day; Mary YUt, wont be with us anymore. aa aha

pest of Jean Edwards this week. zen, Billy Long, Edna Pearce, 21. Eighth Grade Arithmetic. do something every day. Miss Kitty Hogsed, Teacher. has moved to Gainesville.

James Anders visited his grand- A MESSAGE FROM ONE OF Frances Peek, Lillian Stump. 22. 8th Grade Best allaroundStudent. ----. We have been studying about the

Bother Mrs. Lou Parrish, over the OUR FORMER GRADUATE (SUESIIOf! Tlllltl (1RADEM! klmoM. lIens are Home stories.
w k'end. TENTH GRADE (A) :Mary which wrote
we :
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Gray:: 23. Ninth Grade English. There Is a girl In the senior class Leon Gray Jr., Bradley Geiger,
Cleo Norman was transferred More distinction for Bradford Edwards, Lorena Rosier, Edit! 24. Ninth Grade Spelling. whom everyone knows and likes. Marlon Manning Marvin Mont A Sledge Trip I Took

tils week to Mima, Florida. She High School-out of one hundred Rowe, Geraldine Tlllman, Marthi 25. Ninth Garde Algebra She makes good grades, and Is stu- gomery Billy Overstreet, Wesley My father and I packed our :;

Ms one of our honor pupils. We. and fifty-four boys from Florida, Wells. 26. Music Memory Contest (7th,, dious In a moderate way. She is Shuler, Lila Mae CuMwell Hazel/ ledge with food and weapons. '

Will miss her very much. Van Burney and I were given jobs 8th., 9th.I clever and quite pretty. She usually Fields, Esther Griffis, Merry Beth Then we hitched the dogs to tho ..

Marie Dixon of the fourth grade In the office Typing. We are here TENTH GRADE (B)-Harrlel 28. Declamation (7th., 8th., & wears a smile and haa a good Knight, Margaret Montleth. Mary sledge and were away.

tai been ill. We hope that she temporarily: for training C. C. C Benson Clara Flume, Lorraine 9th Grades, S minutes). word for every one. She Is heal- Lee Overstreet, Wanda Pearce! Ida We were about twenty miles !
can This Is a O. R. C. and C. M Hartman, Loryee Phillips Melbe Match (5th & 6th) ? from the village when a polar bear
soon be back with us. large 29. Spelling thy, and happy---Who la! she Lee Silcox, Ardello Starling, Mary
The fifth grade has a new pupil T. C. port. It surely is cold up Silcox, Sydney Grlffia. 30 Spelling Match (7th & 8th Answer elsewhere. Alice Yarbrough. sprung out from the rocks. My

Clifford Johns from Wood- here. We are going to Sheffield,,, Grades. Mills Madeline Hazen, Teacher father pulled out hill gun and shot.
Tell the faculty hello. NINTH GRADE (A)-L. C IU'I.KS 15-31 The bear felt We skinned the bear
lawn. We are glad to have him Pa., soon. HOOK \\KKK, NOV. Joyce Prevatt, Oletha Thomas,
Louis Davis.Company Smith, Jr., Nettle Dowling, Mar anti cut up the meat. Then we
With (Signed) 1. The first twenty-five Academic Lavetta Grlffls' Alvin Crews
us.
8--C. C. C garet Lowry, Dorothy Crosby, shall be written and Every one Is urged to observe Mrs. Roberta, Teacher. packed the meat; on the sledge. Before

We are glad to say that Mar- Fort Meade, Md, Juanita Barefoot. Events standard tests to be supplied Book Week by reading and by visIting Mabel Leach Collette Green, ) we got buck to the village we
caret Manning is able to be back shall use the school library and the had klllud a deer and captured

with us again. NINTH GRADE (B)-Dcmpsey (names of companies. will note public library at the Woman's Raymond Parker.Mills Illnnon. Teacher. aume bird*.
MadeIn made known)
The sixth grade presented a pa- Improvements[ Sapp Lumanda Dyul, Caudle Ha-: > test shall Club. Gloria Cooper Helen Harden- Bernard Jordan.

triotic program Wednesday after- 7th Room ben, Elizabeth Plummer. 2. The Music Memory bunk- Hiirdcnbrook Selet- --
Mrs. Wall. over line till ball strikes brook Wilma 1
be conducted by How Wo THatlri Our
IgloixiAa
"i The consisted of:
program board. ta .Sparks Vera Lee Starling, Betty -
A Play. "How the Indians Planted Hello everybody? Here we are EIGHTH GRADE A & B-Billy 3. The Spelling Matches shall shall be Turner, IInd Robert Turner. soon a* there III l snow enough ,

l Powder This was a story of This week we have a new Griffis, Jack Halle, Snookey Cor- be conducted so that where pofisl- 12. All Broad Jump Mine Buddlngton, Teacher. wo start to build our Igloon. The

Colonial! days in Massachusetts.A aigain. it looks like a new I pcnlng. Grace Dew, Ferot Jones, ble, one contestant from each from a plate 2'x8" placed on level women and child ret trample the
least
room at
not
and
with jumper may
Martha Mathews, school will be on opposite l sides. ground
Carolyn Keen now that Is to be uaed for the
piano solo Easley Shuford.A book case FOURTH URADES!
by room. We have a new break ground with toe In front of
play, Those Who Followed." and two new flower stands. We, Florence Mercereau, Leopard 4. Each school may enter as Mary Esther Crews, Oleeta house. When the snow ia almost

The early explorers were shown in painted them all green with black Smith, Mary Lorraine Stockwell, many as two contestants In each plate Green, Edna Mae Moneley, Gloria as hard aa Ice the men cut out

Ms interesting little playlet.The trimming.Our Sadie Prince, Louise Stern. vent, except in the Recitation and 13. In all jjumps, three trials Price Roberta Whltflelil, Robert I blocks and fit them together firmly -

Hallowe'en, Carnival was a worked on Declamation. shall be permitted. Biggs, Carl Crumpler, Mack Futch, in shape of a huge bowl upside
"g success. The P. T. A. made room certainly books last SEVENTH GRADE (A)--Enos 5. In the Recitation each achool 14. In Pull-upn, con testant Bryan Harrell, Gene Noegel. down. A* tho men fit the blocks

"wind thirty dollars. our Geography scrap Hayes Lester McMillan, Margie may enter only one contestant. In must thoroughly straighten arms Miss Hazel Adklna! Teacher. together the women fill the crack
week. We are putting pictures Matthews. Declamation enter only one and must not swIng appreciably, with anow.
The entire school gave an Ar- to the Bernard Jordan, Dorothy WilllamH -
We have
Wstiee and items In them. contestant. but may squirm going up If desired. nerta Lee George.
theme was
Program. The really' know the important facts GRADE (B)-Carrie of each competing I One trial only. ---- .'-'
World Peace. SEVENTH 1- 6: The Principal Mlsa Lucile Edwards, Teacher. ----- '--' -
before we
about these countries Belle Bennett, Buddy Davis, Oth- school shall have placed ir 15. Sack-races shall be 0-yd.i.., -- Objects appear colored because

an select the right pictures. Then ma Haynes, Dorothy Norman, Bu- the hands of C. M. Howard oi and no sack larger than a fertilizer FIFTH GRADES they reflect only one color while
under
Jokes we have to write something Geraldine Silcox. of all entrants in each absorbing the rest.
Sometimes we have took tlce Sllcox, Starke a Hat sack (30") may be used. Sack may Joe English, EloIse J3ullock,
the picture. event. both athletic and academicnot be held with both hands.
to be sure Mary Joe Caldwell, Marjorie DavIe -
makes up the facts again GRADE NEWS 4-00: m. Wednea- rkrrk*.
rtty Lois, what you 8TII later than p. 16. Relay shall be performed *>
Stockwell Alberta
Kathleen
*)>':nd of raw oysters?" ve are right. We have the on best our Twelve pupils were on the hon- day, January 6. 1937. Substltu- by a team of four. The race shall I Woodard, Fay Yarbrough., 6 Malaria jis

.1.j;; 'I do not have to chew scrap books on Well display I will haveto or roll last month but we hope to ions may be made up to the be straight with contestants hand- Mrs Edna Hart, Teacher. 6 6 a d.,.

:-" They Just slide down my reading table. next, week. Increase this number. Mrs. Perkins starting hour on the day on which ing to next members) of team a Betty Hardenbrook, Elnora Hen- COLDS
JIM' sign off until If Field Day Is held. stick 8" Each school is allowed -
Manning.THE has promised ua a party every long. nett, Keeffee Pitt.
-Vera. one Is on It this month. We'reall 7. Competing schools will be to enter one team In GroupII Mrs. Howard, Teacher. LlfU11n aALwq- -i'an.tt'rs NOSH! ....*nut<.*...day.... SO
ftn: "Miss Johnson, how to hard now and urging credited with: and one team In Group III. haD .. .'..t..
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SPEAKS! working ..... ...,.. .
';?:tll Norman?" EDITOR everyone to get their lessons each (a) ten point for each first 17. The Potato Race shall con- THIRD
V1: J ,J. : "You should know, you Armistice Maybe we'll win If we get place won. slat of the following: Mica Buddlngton Teacher

n:' many letters." We celebrated Armistice in which Day It day.enough to study and not give up. (b) six points for each second : a. potatoes shall be placed i Inn Our class/ earned fifty cents tblll

November 11 In a way Julia Winkler la now representing place won. straight line and on the race week. We are going to use it for

Hi. :t1)ry Teacher: '"Who was De- hould be celebrated by keeping the our class on the Cheer-Up (IC) two points for each third I course' at distances of 5 yd*., 8 book for the library. Our book
?: ( and peaceful. It was 11 ) ., 14 and 17 yda.,
quiet Committee in the place of Snookey place WOn.Provided yds., ye yds. case haa had a new back put on
PIDU: -He was the man that dls-!, 18th anniversary of Armistice Day, She gave an Interest always that Brooker, from starting point.b. it. The boy In our room did this I,,..
Holiday Corpening.
VCl n soda.' i day set aside as a National Wednesday morning.We Lawtey Hampton and Starke each contestant at the start- i-

in several countries, dating ing reading the given in may count only 2-3 or Athletic ing shall run potato no. 1 (Oyd.) TRAIN KCI1EIHJLK flef.aIahI.g. '
11th 1918 when enjoy programs 9-10 of Academic with it to _ib riaiae
anti and -
November It return
Troy -please give me three from the the morning In our room, especially points pick up %1owIu peipq'. ....Ie
*'** of Germany and the allies signed numbers by Ferol points. starting line and put It in a container Our schedule changes Sunday, .'.."? ihss I

B: ,':.ner:meat."Here It Is." Armistice bringing to an end the Jones.the After guitar the programs we 8. Judge, awards, and schedule placed Just back of the April 26, and trains will run as follows -iurfv: ...t........."r." Cay yes

announced later. ; starting linv : ..... .,
War. be .
..Trcv ,weighs It In his hand) : World It a habit to alng our favo- will
we make
thinking of Armistice In baseball throw for ate I c. The contestant shall do the Southbound
123 In 9.
'I is not three pounds. one to think of Its rite songs. the thrower shall gtamt on same with the other potato. Mo. 1-Due Starke 11:31: F-.M.: t
B"' matter. want every Stockwell tance,
aer: "That does not Loraine
and to help maintain Mary plate (2'",6") and be They must be picked up In order, No. 15-Due Starke :12: P.I.
pitcher1
meaning Reporter. a
oe easier carried. HAROLD CWALI" 1
: among the nations. permitted one step. and one trip must be made for each No. 107-Duo Starke 912AM.
How much Is it? peace
for distance NorthboundNo.
-.--- ':: IF- 10. In basketball throw potato.
HWEN
? !ier: Fifty cents. HAPPEN IF- WHAT WOlXn the thrower shall stand J. after all her potatoes are In 2-Due Starke 4IUL: U.
hands forty cents to theE \\HTVOILD Sam Simpson lost his glasses? shall 16-Due Starke
Julian kept still? couldn't smile? within a 7-f Circle and be disqualified her container, the contestant I No. 10:38A.M.
didn't come In the room Virginia Alvarez it Harriet ?
aer "Thta is not fifty Skeet Tyson could sing oafketball throw for ac- be SO yard from s' rUng line. Starke arid \\Vanne Branch
to 11. In
?
I IIlngtng studied his lesions Louree Howard didn't go the thn! \,wer shall stand on Respectfully submitted, No. 101- -Leave Starke 7OOA.: M.
'That (roes not matter. It. Earnest Dowling town every day at noon? : line and be permitted 10 trials Special!! Committee on Event No. 102- .Arrlvea Starke 1:50: p..

easier to count." I ? was on time? Carol White didn't get her lell- 15-ft Tic shall be ph.ycd off !ly, micce-' Jc Rules. Dally except Sunday.

Tlllman like a boy from Ions? j Hive tries of S each. Must not step By Clyde M. Howard, Ch'm. T. J GRIFFIN. ---
;" sWEIhTGtESSfl IlO1nia Melle didn't Edith Rowe lost her voice? i

t;<;" Fugate. Brooker?


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PAGE FOUR In\ADP'OJtD cwrNTT TELKGRArn, STARKK. FLOIUDA FRY NOYEIIBER
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I Florida Federation of Women's/< flubs Many FroSt; k- W. M.\ S. Circles Jerome Frank Ct>iu

; i i Holds District Meeting In Church Here Attend District W O. W Met! Monday :Much ,,
Interest ,
,
is i 1. "
I \\f 3JcictrJ The annual district: meeting of tapers added an effective touch to I Meeting in Gainesville] Mrs. O L. Beasley was hostess in the birth of Jt
Section Four of the Florida Fed- I I the main table where the most distinguished i District President Mrs. Virgie last week to circle Number Two of ley, son of Mr. and :\11', ,
Tutlon of Woman's Clubs was visitors sat Mrs. Roberts (: Flynn of Starke presided over the the Woman's Missionary Societyof ley, who was born ",01"J j ,
held here Thursday, November 5, Mrs Young:, Mrs. Kellum, | North Central Florida District the Methodist Church, at her This little fellow her ,
...- m the Methodist Church. The Mrs. W. S. Jennings, Mrs. H. E. Convention In Gainesville last Friday home on Walnut Street. Choice I J the scales at two pound l, I
Church was attractively decoratedin :Mitchell Mrs. Malnes. and Mrs.. L. The hall was beautifully dec- roses and Autumn flowers of vari- was born He was so tn.\ ,,
\ J Ladies' AuxiliaryMet I
Mrs. C. A. Knight .
kinds added to the charm of
Autumn flowers for the meetIng A. Canova sat at the head table. orated In National colors, and fall ous to be fed with a medic m.. .
Hostess At LuncheonMrs TuesdayThe Clubs little Ona the living room where the guests for the first ,
were represented from During the luncheon flowers It was one of the largestand few days!
C A. Knight entertained Ladles' Auxiliary of the the following places: Live Oak, Demorest gave a tap dance and most constructive conventionsIn assembled. The baby is perfectly ni ,
:
with a luncheon party given at Presbyterian Church met Tuesday Jacksonville. South Jacksonville, Mrs. J. W. Kincaid played several this part of the state. 1 Mrs L. A. Davis presided over Dr. W. E. Middleton 'm. .'".1,

twelve-thirty o'clock last FridayIn evening at 7:30: o'clock at the home Orange Park, Duval County Fed- popular numbers. Mrs Vonda Inman, District Man ; the meeting and after a business Ing physician stated tr-,,' t"I ;s
her home on Call Street. I of Mrs E. :'1. Davis eration Club, Eastern Shore, Fer- Mrs. Titus Olson served the lun- ager talked on what InternationalPeace session the program was presented gaining.
The luncheon table wag centered Pink chrysanthemums were used nandina, Lake Butler, Worthlng- cheon and she assisted in servingby would mean. Miss :Mildred the subject being "ExtendingOur
with an artistic arrangement of for decoration ton Springs, Lake City, 1914-17 the pages and the active hos- Wheeler State President of the Rural Work." The first weekof nias -----

pink rosebuds, zinnias, and flower I The President Mrs. H H. Club of Jacksonville Bl-County tesses, Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. T. J. Woodmen Circle talked on what November Is designated as a The meeting was openwi! vh,, ,
lights. The pink color motif was Young. presided over the short. Federation, Springfield Woman's Griffin, Mrs. W. E. Middleton, beauty and well planned work week of prayer for missions and hymn and followed by praY, "
further carried out wltb arrangements business meeting. Club, and Starke Woman's Club. Mrs. R. J. Davis, and Mrs. E. L. means at a meeting or Convention. the offering taken at this time will scripture reading by Mr i and W

of zinnias and Autumn bios- A beautiful patchwork quilt top, The pages, Misses Frances Peek, Matthews.The The Starke Grove donated $5 towards be used to extend the rural workIn White. Mrs. Wood talked "n ,the
moms adorning: the living room. which was sent to the Auxiliary by and Katie and Virginia Fugate met afternoon session was calledto furnishing a room for the the United States. The program subject of "Cooperation ,,,?,h
Invited to be with Mrs. Knightat Mrs. LiUclon was admired by all the visitors In the vestry and ushered order by the presiding officer, aged members in Sherman. Texas was presented by Miss 'God in Nature." and a sh.it, WI ,
this delightful occasion were: the ladies them to their place Mrs. Young, and the first numberon The Starke Degree Staff put on Amelia Ray, Mrs. J. H. Rltch, Mrs.A. I Iness session was conducted 0lit> ,>
Mr. L A. Canova, Mrs. M. F. The Bible quiz was conducted Mrs. W. B. Young, of Orange the program was a duet, "Car- impressive work throughout the W. Anderson and Mrs. H. B. circle leader. The hymn 'pnh,
Brown, Mrs. O. L. Beaaley, Mrs. A. by Mrs. W. A. Bonham. Park, vice-president of Section mena," sung by Mrs. J. H. Ben- day, wearing white sport dresses McLendon. The devotional service of Our Fathers" was sunK and!
Z. Adkins, Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mrs The following Praise and Four, presided. The opening num- son and Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs, with with lavender and green capes and was conducted by Mrs B. M. the meeting closed with pn>\,., bv.
K. O. Duncan, and Mrs. E. L. Matthews Thanksgiving program was presented ber, "America," wall sung by the Mrs. H. C. Brown as accompanist.Mrs. caps. Montgomery.Mrs. Mr. Wood.

by Mrs O. E. Stansbury: audience, after which the flag was Malnes, chairman of Foundation There were eight new members Beasley, assisted by her sister During the social period t in, >.?".
e Song-AmerIca the Beautiful. saluted and the collect repeated.The Fund, explained the pur- initiated into the Order as the Na- Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid, Mrs. A. teas, assisted by Mrs. T J J <,\ft\n.\ \
Prayers-By Mrs. Ward and address of welcome was pose of same and appealed for cooperation -. tional Presidents class. Mrs. Dora Z Adkins and Mrs. H. B. McLen- and Miss Olive Ray, serv(,,I fruitcake (
Eastern Star Meeting Mrs. Sterna with response by all. made by Mrs. L. A. Canova, pres- among the clubs. A. Talley who was honored by an don, served a tempting salad wafers and hot tea
There will be Opening Sentences and Choral ident of the Starke Woman's Club, application shower for member- course with hot tea.
a regular meeting Mrs. J. L. Gray, of Lake City, Tuesday afternoon then w ? ,
of the Eastern Star on Monday Response.Reading Kendrick and the response was given by chairman of Junior Clubs, gave an ship as a birthday gift from the Mrs A. Wood was hostess to Cir- prayer service at the church which(
:night at 7:30: o'clock. All members Piano Solo--By Jean Mrs.Davis. Mrs. J. E. Malnes of Lake Butler. Interesting talk and stressed the Convention.The cle Number One, at her pleasant closed the united efforts ut the
are urged to be present Mrs. Stans- Distinguished guests introducedwere fact that Juniors were In a training District voted to completely suburban home, and her living week of prayer.
Scripture Reading- Mrs J.G. Kellum of Tallahassee room was brightened with yellow
school for future Woman'sClub furnish a room in the Dora: Tal-
bury. president of Florida Federation members ley Cottage for the aged members. Autumn berries, greenery and zln-
Prayer-Mrs. Hull.ReadingMargaret of Woman's Clubs, and Mrs. The Juniors of the Forest No. 3 PENINSULARLIFE
Mrs. W. S. Jennings, of Jackson-
THEATRE I Lowry.
RITZ Thurston Roberts, second vice- INSUKANfEALL :
Hymn and Repetition of 100th ville, chairman of conservation of sent $2.00 to the adopted Orphan Ethel Huff and Mrs. Vlrdie Huff.
president of the state federation FORMS: and PHil Kx;
boy, Howard Tucker who ia from
Psalm. Natural Resources and Waterways, The next District Conventionwill ]
STARKE of of Mission Interesting reports were given urged that we make use of our Florida. H. T. HALL
ri Reading names from all clubs in the district.In be held In Lake Butler in Feb JR.
\ aries and Prayer by Mrs. H. H lakes and natural shrubbery to Splendid reports were read from '
Office Bv !Stitrke
with Mrs. llotrlSTAKKE
,
ruary Virgie Flynn
her address, Mrs. Roberts, pre-
PROGRAMTHfIlS..na. i Young beautify the state. several groves of fine civic work in FLA.MAGNOLIA '
Piano Duct- By Mra. Duncan aid that she was personally interested Brief talks were given by the their community, and also amongthe siding. >
in Starke her
through association -
I and Mrs Davis. chairmen Mrs. B. W. poor.
following :
,
NOV. 13-13 with a former Starke resident I
Thank Offering and Memory Helvinston, Live Oak chairman of The sum of $1.35 was turned
"Love Begins At 20" Verse. stressed, lion.the following Perse Gaskins.points: She American Homes, :Mrs Keith over to the District mother, Mrs CAFEAND
Address By Mrs. Lowry. Black, Lake City, chairman of I Inez Williams of Ocala to be sent
1. standard of
Patricia Ellis II Hymn-Day Is Dying in the Keep up programs home making and gardens; Mrs. to the adopted son for Christmas.
them -
making Interesting. -
Warren Hull West. Mitchell, chairman of transportation. The night session was presidedover
I Success of the club depends on It.

SATURDAY: NOV. 14 ',1 The Mlzpah.meeting adjourned and the ,prove 2. Make membership a definite, The aim to 1m-I, The. closing address was made Memorial by Mrs. Inman.Ceremony An was impressive held- LIGHT'S SHELL STATIONHOME
hostess assisted Miss
by Mayme I
for four of our District deceased,
by Mrs. Kellum president Florida ,
is democratic
Double Feature Club a organizationnot
ii Anderson and Mrs. Young, served social Federation of Woman's Clubs, and and one National Legislative member -

"Heart of the West"Win. a delicious salad course. 3. Club work takes in everything her subject was Citizenship. She of the Order. Starke, Palatka
+ and Ocala Groves took in this
from home to international appealed to the women to studyour part
Boyd Celebrates Birthday affairs. Clubs should take an In- laws and to know more about work. Dr. T. V. McCaul pastor of COOKING
the duties of citizens to their town, the Baptist Church of Gainesville
And"CHAMPAGNE Little Monty Hutching celebrated terest in community affairs and bea
and state. Mrs. Kellum gave an impressive address and a
: CHARLIE"8UN.MON. her fourth birthday with a partyat real asset to the community. county
also a brief outline of the short history of the deceased.
the home of her parents, Wed- 4. Realize responsibility of cit gave
General Federation of the Council Fraternal Address by Mrs. V. P.
: NOV. 15-1A nesday afternoon at three-thirty izenship.The
o'clock.A morning session adjournedat meeting In Miami Miller, State Manager of the Wood OUR MOTTO ,

"Hearts Divided"Dirk color note of pink and white twelve o'clock for luncheon, The Orange Park Woman's Club man of the World, Lakeland

Powell was carried out in the decorations which was served at the club invited Section Four to hold the Short talk by State President, PURE FOOD CLEANLINESS
:Marlon U"vII'IITl'ES'EU. and refreshments. The big, pink house Just across the street from 1937 meeting at Orange Park, and Miss Mildred Wheeler, Lakeland
birthday cake formed the main the Methodist Church. The large the invitation was accepted. Dance by Miss Dorothy Faxon, POPULAR PRICES

., NOV. 17-18 decoration In the dining room. auditorium was beautifully dec + Starke, accompanied by S. T.
The little honoree and her orated with golden colored cos- Jackksonville WeddingOf Brooks, Raiford, Miss Frankie
"SUZY"Jean friends were served ice cream and mos and yellow chrysanthemums.The Interest HereAn Ritch, Starke, and Mrs. Carlos
pink individual cakes after playing yellow color motif was fur- Summers Hampton, with string FLOWERS} AS NEAR TO YOU

Harlow many interesting games. Each ther carried out with low arrangements account of the marriage of music. The string band also gave AS YOUR TELEPHONE .
d 'ary Grant child received a balloon as a fa of chrysanthemums placedat Miss Lucia Dorothy BaIsden of several other numbers and songs.
Franc'hot Tone vor. About fifteen friends enjoyedthe Intervals on the perfectly appointed Jacksonville appeared In a recent Those who attended the Conven- FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J

"..' nor "nnnnuimmm', ,"'Mnm"1II111, ""' ,, party with Monty. luncheon table. Burning Issue of the Florida TimesUnion.Miss tion from htarke were: Mrs. Virgie ALL
ORDERS FILLED
Baisden, daughter of Mr. Flynn Mrs F. R. Faxon and
George Baisden and the late Mrs. daughter, Mrs. Vonda Inman and ARTISTICALLYECONOMICALLYPROMPTLY

Baisden and niece of Mrs. Leitha daughter, Mrs. Lula Hutto, Mrs.
Stilley, was formerly of Starke. Maude Andrews, Mrs. Jessie Chas-
OF SMART MRS. L. G.
SPECIAL SELLING POWELL Starke
Friends of Miss Baisden will be tine, Mrs. P. S. Denmark, Mrs. ,
interested in the following account Ethel Chambers, Mrs. Ethel Raymond
taken from The Times-Union:: Miss Amy Moore, Mrs. Eun-

LADIES DRESSES A Fall wedding marked by beau- ice Wilson, Mrs. Alma Sapp, Mrs. grace distinctive flowerscherry I
ty and simplicity was that of Miss Viola Fussell, Miss Margaret
Lucia Dorothy Baisden of Jack- Crews Miss Dorothy Alvarez, Miss at herschel
sonville, formerly of Starke, and Edna Stewart, Miss Florence Mer- I Jacksonville I

Charles Hall Strong, son of Mr. sereau, Mrs. Helen Glasgow, Mrs. phone 7-2129
HUNTING I HUNTINGTROUSERS and Mrs. Ormond B. Strong, of
Rosa Goodman, Mrs. R. R. Prevatt, smart center pieces unusual
corsagesflowers I
Savannah, which took place at
Misses Julia and Marie Tison, Mrs.. for gifts
BOOTS noon on Saturday, November 7, in
the home of the uncle and aunt of
(Extra Heavy) iii the bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs ..--------------m_ _ _ ... _
"'e Are Headquarter James M. Baker at Mandarin. FKESH
ALL SIZES Decorations were simple and effective A REAL GOODFLOUR
For Fine Hoot Clb. GREEN'SSTORE
AT UB* XE'F.IClISS rooms. flower arrangements; In the FISH 8c

The bride was unattended and I
FITTING *OUGlK
1.95DUCHES 1 w Ormond B. Strong acted as best
US A TRIAL man for his son.
( r The ceremony was performed by WHOLE GRIN

the Rev. Albert J. Klssling, pastorof CASH & CARRY
the Riverside Presbyterian RICE, 5 lbs. 23c 24 Lbs. 72c :
STARKE FLA.
MEN'S WORK Church in the presence of members ,
98c of the family.

SHIRTS The bride was married in her Ask About Our Plan
TROUSERS Profit-Sharing 17 17
traveling outfit, a green cloth FREE F R
2.98 swagger suit with which she worea It Costs You Nothing-Save Your Tickets C tI'
FOIl MEN X BOYS
x : AT black hat and black accessories I
and a corsage of Souvenlor de BEST WIUTE JOe PACKAGE

lOc a Button 3.95 39c 69c Claudius Mr. and Fernet Mrs. Strong roses. left Immed- BACON Lb. .17c OXYDOL 2 for lIe I

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1.00 iately for their wedding trip and ,
a Rip :
79c
98c
will make Jacksonville their home.
ONIONS, Lb. __ ______2Y2C NECK BONES, 3 Lbs. __ 25c
WHIT A GUARANTEE! 4.95 CAN'T BE BEAT Lemon Squeeze Party
NO. 2 CANS-STANDARD PACK RIB

.. Members of the "MontgomeryClass"
'
of the Methodist Sunday II TOMATOES can 7c BEEF STEW Lb. lOc

I School gave a lemon squeeze party
Thursday evening of last week, at I FRESH! PORK
SHOES SHOES SHOES : the Woman's Club building, the object -i PRINCE ALBERT, can n lOc SAUSAGE, Lb. 25c
of the social being to raise
I :MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
money to purchase a stove for the FRESIII
: THE MOST COMPLETE LINE class room. Lb. Can 25c
Each, guest brought an orange I I PORK CHOPS Lb. 20c
IN BRADFORD COUNTY and a lemon and they were placedIn 1

I II I an orange squeezer and the i LEMONS, Doz. -- -._- lOc CHICK nO.\ST or

PRICED RIGHTFOR gave seeds as counted.many cents Then as each there person were STEAK, Lb. t2%2c

8' seeds in hs; fruit. SUGAR 5 Lbs. 24e

MEN WOMEN AND CHILDRENLET The class and Invited guests hada ROUND STEAK lb. 20c
merry time playing games en-
US SHOW YOU gaging in contests and singing old 100 BOX _

songs. At the close of the evening ASPIRIN Each ________.3c
.. .. S
.. -- .- ed.fruit punch and wafers were serv GROUND DAILY USAGE, Lb. t2Y2C


SWEATERS : '! SIEN'S & BOYS' i Miss Gladys Johnson+ PURE COFFEE Lb.121/c MEAL 10 Lbs. 25c

Entertains Friends
LUMBERJACKSFROM I 28-0Z. JAR APPLE
PET or CARNATION
FOR THE 'ENTIRE : Mlsa Gladys Johnson entertaineda BUTTER
___ l21/2c
-- MILK TaU 7c
number of her friends on Thursday Can .. I ,
: FROM: evening of last week with a u-oz. TOMATO:


E SOc to 2.95 1.95 to 5.95 and party The living and large weiner room screened, roast.attractively sun porch dec- CATSUP lOc BOiLiNG R4CON J. tb. 121c :


.. _. orated with Autumn flowers, formed An I'KG.
the setting for this affair. OrrART ,JAR
At the conclusion of the games SALT Pkg. 3c 25c
-- -- -- --- PEANUT BUTTER
ALEXANDER & COMPANYYOU Miss Johnson served roasted weln- 2-LB. CAN _
ers to the fifteen friends who were CORM

present at this--delightful+ party. I COCOA 121/c flAKES
SAVE WHEN YOU BUY AT 2 Pkgs. 15cI
The horse has only one-tenth I

J(t the stomach capacity of the cow, -

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NOVEMBER IS, 1938

p4Y: ..- '- -- .-_ -- '.- ,. I'J'R.'DFORD' COUNTY T1'LF.GRrn.: RTARKE. FLORIDA r'tE 1'IYmBits
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| Congressman R A Gum :\'..isI I II XllHl' tll' 't, ; :; :," : -; I
INTt\IiO' 10PIM,\ \ iplcmllil tn mtt \is I'njOMd %' 1 nook Rt't'w' ( luh 'urn't' ate IIIB tinMUslona.\ .>
the main t lilt 1.1 '
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I speaker on therrnlsKe IKKrii( > r
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: Day: program in PulHtki. Wednesday -! ;" "; ; Ha lnteri'sting !\1t't't in \ '
U'I I. d" ".1, I'i;, 'im I.nI.Ult. I \Mi-k 'Phc Live'obit'tlu.'Frldn' dt'part-I wonsolos ionfjN I'horni" >

ofCONCERNING ; :T'.T.Mf.;' .::. : : :i"':,,;':'t,',.' I'd'I ':' al.:..r"s:.II:. P. Mill he held with The Book Review club n and lust 11 !nhiitl illuatiaicd IPB-

v ,"to"'. V l I Isle' f M.... P",twt.'V t- Mt: H i; Kemp .It her hum on ment of the Woman N Club, met I son on. 'David. I'.olHth aid the
Miss Madge Middleton, Mrs 0'L .'.t v,1 ,'''"' .'!t '""' "" 'FI IoI' .il.I "Hlllt 1 Corner" S, am Maher StreetsAmong Thursday! evening In tho home of Slinlifl
I Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Kln- : poN; d chart' ,'uud: r,I';the r .I h.'rl I ; I;,I I't" of thing u'hIrh; : I I'r and Mrs. George Lowry. Mr. and made .L fitting clue. .. in the)

Nes culd IK nnw un rile (In the office of the lesson tin FAITH whu'h had
IDeal I' spent Wednesday in Oainecvllle. :S'W.irli."' Stets f the sold 8tat"W1TNKS8 I those unending the clr- E. L. Matthews presented Miss great

\ .. :Mr. and MIH Charles Larsen of Gertrude A. leering and Miss Es been Riven _
I "urn", this Dili i;( -
day ale Coleman for the
its speakers
OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND I of Novi-mmr A. 1" Iliac:\ Lakeland spent a few days in
Ur and Mrs, E. J. Dowling spent ""iBiifrt UOKCI'' !? Mat I Starke recently as 'gue ts of Col.! evening. A Three Days' CoughIs

PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN Monday and Tuesday in Swalni- R. J P. Avent Kilwnrdun. and Mrs. D E Knight. Mr. Larsen Miss leering, in a moat pl......-

boro Ga., visiting friends and rela- H F' Cobb \ returned to his home Monday. Mrs. Ing and Informal manner gave a Your Danger SignalNo

tives. P A trlnHottMarvtm review of "An American
Larsen and Mrs. Knight went to
V. Hrott n matter how medicinesyou
rHOPO.EI ill ttti'Kit I Jacksonville to spend a few days. Odyssey" by HeiserShe"' Doctor'1 have tried for your many cough chest

H!-- grandmother Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones of I'lOltlllt 1IMl ur < 5'I'45AEThe gave review of the book cold or bronchial irritation, you can

C. H i ruropler has gone to Orludo Lyle Anderson visited his ville, was the guest of )Gaines-I I Mr and Mrs. H. C. Richard ofPulatka also gave character get relief now with Crcomulslon.

, week. :Mrs. G. W. Anderson in DiuliT.lKnF incorporators \ of Dr. Ilelser tho author. Serious trouble may be brewing and
fora Mrs. A. M. Darby several da and Arthur Du-rby
Archer hereby annoi-lut themselves together you cannot afford to take a chance I
Sunday.W. week. I for the purpose of bvfumlnK incorporated Jacksonville were here Sunday to Miss Basle Coleman added humor with anything less than Creomul-

pauline Priest spent Tues- ami formliiK a rOl'I".a- attend services! at the St. Mark's to the program by giving a Blon. which ROCS right to the scat

L i1 yin[i in Jacksonville. P. Simpson of Raleigh, North Fresh Red Pepper<< and Sage at 1 Ion Laws under of the and state l by of virtue Florida. of with the Episcopal Churcb when three moot vivid account of "Life With of soothe the and trouble heal the to inflamed aid nature membranes to

Carolina was visiting Billy Gra Mlfe-hell's. and under the following pronoKi.lcharter handsome stained glass windows Father" by Clarence Day as the germ-laden phlegm

' inman was a visitor In ham Tuesday.All I : t were dedicated to the memory of Is loosened and expelled.

: Ijduonvllle Iotn Saturday. Mrs. E. J. Dowling and daughters The name of the corporation shall Mrs. Emma BuJJIngton Richard The W T, Weeks Chapter IT D Even If other remedies have

shaded Helen and } bo the .'(11'1'1.1.lAnk. at stark and While here of Mr C. received an outstanding honor failed, don't be discouraged, yourdruRglftt
new In Balding hour Marlon and L'Etta Its place of business shall be In thecity I they were guests Is authorized to guarantee

H V Knight was a visitor at Stump's. Corpening spent Saturday in Jack- I of Starke.' In the county of ,and Mrs A. M. Darby.CENT when Mrs. T. O. Brown state president CrcomulRlon and to refund your
.
lira sonville. Bradford and State Lit Florida of the Florida division appointed money If you are not satisfied with
Friday. ...
Jacksonville Mrs L. A. Davis results from the first bottle.
? very
presidentof
The general of the business \
, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Searing of nature
, Col. D. E. Knight L. A. Davis to be transacted by this company\ A % the loocal chapter to net as I Get Creomulslon right now (AdvJ ;
Anderson Jacksonville were visiting friends I shall be.
of Archer : That of general banking WORD
Mayme state chairman of education for the
!
HIM here. here Sunday. and Col. H. V. Knight attended business with all the rights powers 'I
l J"slting relatives court In SArasota Monday and I and privileges "granted. and conferred I next two yenrs. I
.- : by the banking laws of theState
Tuesday.Mr. COLUMN ------
of Florida, the organization -
regulating
at Stump's.g. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump and and .-
millinery : powers management --
yw MISSION! HALLMountain ti."T"-
II Miss Lillian Stump spent SundayIn and Mrs. George Andersonwere of banking'III.companies, WILL PAY CASH--for used pianos IV 1 ,i
Jacksonville.M. Lillian's MusicStore top experiences were (
Write! .
stock of
G Duncan was a business vis- the guests of Mr. Anderson's The amount of the capital
said corporation shall bo Twenty- 342 W. University! Ave.. attained and blessings enjoyed In a
Jacksonville Thursday. mother Mrs. G. W. Anderson, in dollars,
I :or In KUe <$2fi.fMM 00) thousand tf remarkable service held Tuemlay
F. Brown and son, :Marcus Archer Sunday.Mrs. which may he Increased from time- Gainesville Fin.
Jr., visited relatives in Tampa the to time accoidlng to low to be ,dl- evening at the Mission. No oratory I-
jlr/ 'Dd Mrs. J. M. Brownleepent tide Into 2Ml shares of the par' value "MILLIONS; Genuine Improved no program but just a splilt- "
first of this week. .......
P. M. Barefoot and daughters 'I of One Hu.dr.)01.\ $100)
Tuesday In Jacksonville. ,each H surplus of Ten Thousand Maryland Missionary Strawberry uul feast H.I/ Missionaries' Sllvererof Studio Uprightsand

-- Juanita and Sara and Mrs. (tlnOIlO.On011........ and a stockholders Plants New Ground white Moody Bible Institute! Chicago, '

W 5i-! -Wimberly was a business Mrs. A. A. Durden and Mrs. H. L. J. Green spent Wednesday afternoon I Thousand. reserve Five IInn"r.ullnr.fund depoBlt of..Two, all roots all this year's plants $1.00 gave experienced of their travels Grand PianosALSO
A. Durden were visiting in Jacksonville In Jacksonville.
in Wildwood Tuesday. in be paid In cash rev thousand fob. Castleberry"Thtrmond
\ultor Thursday. IY.I Ala Mt'llllO
Farm Costleberry.
Miss Dorothy Claire Klckliter I The terms for which sni.l corporation NotUc IH hereby riven t,> all .h'hI t -' I1UAII.\NTF.EO UREA a
shall exist shall lie ** Petpetuil 8-28-12tp Illlll, ,
HIM tll-dllOIH of the 1-XtRlH ofAua11u
Mr/ ,intl Mrs. A. F. Sauls vlsit- Mrs. E. S. Matthews and Mrs. II. returned Tuesday after spending : Cary, tI..I, to flit yourriaiiila I'lANOS
R in Lake City Sunday. proposed charter must WILL SACRIFICE: Grits mill aKnliiHt tha mild cntatf with
reJllllWI several months In Avon Park with I c'r.no"I; : : -
B. McLendon were visiting In :tlso : with the Coinpttoiler, the llonoiiibltf M K I'orrnuuL A TrU-e for every I'ockrtbookLILLIAN'S
her sister Mrs. Hazel Craft. and 12 horse power engine In ,' I
Jacksonvllle'ThursJay. -r"lIa ha case.Pelnsert onnty .ludurii' of llrndronl. "'nu'"sly.
Hr out! Mrs. R. A. Newsome ninety-nine ot any other good condition. Will trade for \\"I"'I l.la, wit hln eight niimtlix from i
number of years, or poipetual.NOTB liilf' "r flint piililliatlon 'I peni! Wednesday In Jacksonville. !See' the "Go"l /tnl IJne of The Woman's Missionary Societyof .-Proposed charter, must be anything I cnn ue or will toll I 1 HI. wild r-lallllM will. bu lull'mil MUSIC STORE
new < the Methodist Church will meet published one time five days. before for $100 cash. C. H. Clarke by law anil' to pay all d+hTN t uwliiv,
Be>aut>" at !Stump's. Corsets, t'oru- applying for letters patent during' mho ..lati> tn the tindet NlKiiedi
harry Agin of Waldo was a bus- binatlonN and brll..ll'r..s. Monday afternoon at three o'clock which time It must bo on flue with 'I Starke. 10-30-.Hp Wildwood at the church. Business and de- //I""I..lar of stat: MI 1"'Il.I"I"'ld". OAINESVILLEPEIRCE'S
am usitar Tuesday. t'. 00,000 MISSIONARY; strawberry I I-I\:B-/t-12.4
votional. and affalls of thin
The huslnoHs
Mrs. Effie Johns had as her Company shall be mamiKed. and ionducted plants for sale Better than sec- I

T Frank Landrum spent Armls- guest Saturday her niece Mrs. M. I Fresh Red Pepper und Huge at by a Hoard of not lens than 1Hroi ond runners. See them before you i
twenty-five -
than
\ five or mure L. A. Geiger on Road 28/ 2
Ice Day with relatives in Inver- Whitehead of Raiford. :Mitchell's. 'tors who shall he elected annually buy.
bv (ho stockholder' of (this ml. So. of Starke. 10-30-2tp
fS: !
Company at their annual meeting to
Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Mrs. W. J. "Miss Gladys Kennedy left Wed- I be held at the place of business of FOR RENT Store building form PAINTS :
the City of ainrke.In .
In
Star Brand shoes are better See Griffin, of Jacksonville spent nesday for her home in Baxley Ga. this the Companv Count, of Bradford and state erly occupied by the bakery. Apply -

km at Stump's. Wednesday in Gainesville. after spending some time with her of 1.101'1,111. during the first fifteen to J. W. Morgan. tf

uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mis. W. \ days In January of be each year author-afterthis .
-- Company shall fully
Mr G W. Alderman of Talla- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hart haveas H. Hart. to commence business; and by FOR SALE-One Jersey milk cow. :'A: ,
l 11..d ". .. and, one or moie VlrePrealdsnt. Will sell cheap. Mrs. Mrs. E. J.
jsse spent Wednesday with his
their guest Mr. Hart's mother, and faBnier who shall ne
(uuly Mrs. M. A. Hart of Surrency Ga. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Comptonand elected by the Hoard of Olroctora. Dowling. it PERFECT PAINT JOBSAT '.
-----f children of Jacksonville were from the Board of DliHctorn, lit the
I name place, on the name day and FOR SALE-- Rye Grass! Austrian
Gerald Middleton of Jackson- Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perryman guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Immediately after said Hoard of 1)1. Winter Pl'aand Oats. A variety -
,lle business visitor and Mr. and Mrs. J. B.. lectom shall be elected bv the '
was a here
; Mundy
and son, Comer, and Leonard Peek stockholders; .and the Hoard of Directors of vegetable seeds. Also! .

"uesday, spent Armistice Day in Gainesville.Mrs. Sapp. and may emploveeM appoint such IIH other may officers be- heavy cotton bag! with address! tag

necessary; I'rovided, That the of- attached for shipping pecans 4 lb. '
lira N. T. Green and children Effie Johns spent last weekIn Mrs. James Godbold of Jacksonville '- flees VIco-PreKldent.. and ('a..hlprI size 4c; 6 Ib size 5c; 12 Ib size LOW COST
relatives in was a guest Monday and may be combined In one and thesame
nre visiting Highland Gainesville with her son Free- I 7c. Whites Store. 2t
Wednesday. Tuesday of her sister, Mrs. S. S person. VI.
man Johns who has been seriously r4i
,.-. Dowling, and mother, Mrs. W. S ITntll the officer'* elected at the (.... UK." NKPORr;
.
11. first annual 1 meeting\ of the stockholders Starke, FI... Oct. .lint 1936
)lira,[ B. Jacobs and Miss Rosa- Stroman.Mr. .
shall he qualified, the business Report of th. Cleik of the Circuit
lot Jacobs spent Wednesday, in Just arrived, new shipment of I.i- of said. corporation shall becondncted Court In and for Hradford County,
namedofficers
Iiduonvtlle. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright' by thetdolinwing- t"lorldl0" Recount of taxes assessed
) diet and thlldrvii coats at Stump's.NAT : for the year tU35. { o'Y
and children of Jacksonville, open Hoiter" Ij, Main, rrealdent: : C. A. KNIGHT, 1
Armistice Day with Mr. Wain H .'. KdwarrtH. First Vlce-Pre l Tax Collector. "
SEZ lent ; ramify ProperTo
::
wrlghts' parents Mr. and Mrs. N. Ueorge J. Aveut. Chairman of Balance due ._________ 2,207(12(
D. Wainwright Sr. Board. HV amount collected .._ .. 223 73
and election Is over and I urn sure I I wards; Hotter L Main. ; l>r. V. A S Vine A Forfeiture
The Mrs. N F. Guilford had as her: BrlnBon.: MUICUH F. Brown; C. 1'. To Balance dun _____ .. 047 DO
hut the best man won. He hall Cobb Dlrectom fly amountcollecled, ._ H3 92To
all of us guests Sunday, her sister Mrs. Ernest a II. Balance due ___ ___ __ GH.i: .98 pA Y./'e
made times better for Martin, of Haynes City, and The highest' amount of IndehtedneB County Itosd and llrldsre' ,
the two or three years and I or other liability to which the To Balance due ___ 2,78381:
tlpF..t. past her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs said corporation, shall at any time Hy amount collected ___ ._ 271 07
am rather optimbttlo about ;the F. T. Benford, of Lakeland. subject itself shall be a* limited and To IInIR"I clue .._. 2,48104)
healthI defined bv Chapter 8D.IJ of the Laws ("Ulnt,. N,houl General
all have
If good
future.
we of Florida. To Balance dime .. h a.2H.51 SEE US
don't see anything to worry Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Flynn and III. Mv amount collated -- __ .114 All
and Mr. and The names nail residences of the To Balance dUe. _. 2,019.91
about, If are one of those children, of Clermont of
you .uhnct'lher 1 ., and the I amount capital Total Kllh-Xrhiiol header
who are worrying, forget it. Everything Mrs. Glen Wood of Orlando were .to<.k HuhHcrlheil. by .each are an. Tit Balance due 3.0112.119 BEFORE BUYING
__ illH.
Mrs. Emma follows:: fly amount collected l BO
Is going to be all right. here Sunday visiting Name. ReBldence N..fo4har..... To Balance illlw' 2,714.80.Tavel .
Canova and other relatives. 1-10"1'" I.. Main Jacksonville, Fla, 10 ".."-fOeh..1 handed
_i. I.hares. To Ilalance due 2,4 14.44
R F Edward., Dnytona Beach, FilL. fly amount collected, 2.0041(
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Gorman( tolhar..." To Balance due 2,188.22
Jacksonville have moved to Starke O J. Avent Ja.kKonvllIo. Flu.. 10 %V Ifliiw's I'enslonTo QUIGLEY & DAVIS
shares. Balance doe 328.07
and they are occupying one of Mr. C I' Cobb Jacksonville, Fla. 10 Hy amount collected. 31.'"16
Scott's apartments Mr. Gorman shares. To Balance due __ 202.01
Fred
HEADQUARTERS Florida National nroup Inc. Jacksonville lloail llrlcls.0: littered MTAKKK 'IAUUD.\ rilONK 3
Is employed at the State Fla. 11* eharcBby "C Sinking Fund
I Honor I. Main View President To Tin'lance due 0,82710
FOIl Farm. I P A. lnlnMiin Baldwin Fla. 66 Hv/ amount colle--------- S811.911!) "

shares To Balance due u..____ _? 0,801.18
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins will Marcus F. Brown, Starke, Flo. 1C

MEN'S SHOES have as their guests for the week sharesSTAT1") OF FT.<1T1\DA\

Miss Lois Ad- COUNTY OF lU'VAltHofore
end, their daughter,
the undnrHltrneil I Notnry -
mo,
kins of the Florida State Collegefor Public, In and for the State of SATURDAYNOVEMBER
13 STYLES Women, and Miss Arlene Lock- 1"101'1111al Large, personally appeared -

1T\ : hart of Brooksville.Wooflfin Hover J-. Main
.
a J. Avent

At $2.98 Halle left Sunday for ,'. P. 'ebbFbrlda. National tlrotip, tnc 14

West Palm Beach after visitinghis by Honor" I.. :Main Vice" President
Halle fora to me well known and known to me
1lrs.V.. G. ,
10 STYLES mother, to be the Individual described I In
Woodfln has accepted the foregoing proposed I
few days. and who exn< uted
the Chevrolet garage charter of 'the See tIle
with
a position FI OHinA BANK AT 8TAI1KB
At $1.98OTHERS In West Palm Beach. I and being. duly Bworn u"knowle.hretIh"r
hat exotutid the seine for the
.
'. uses purnns' H. therein epreB a

AT $3.03 Mr. and Mrs Fred F.for Stump the week will diN WITNESS WURKEOK I have

I have as their guests hereunto. set my hand and affixed
end their daughters. Miss Mar- ry Notarial Heal. this 19th day of 1937 Ford V8A

A :NEW SHIPMENT: OF joric Stump of the Florida State October'tSEAI.: AFFINIU/A. It 1936.i : .

-, College for Women and Miss Eve- i Signed: ,5eV. Brothers
Notary Public. "State of Floridaat
MEN'S HATS lyn Stump of High Springs. Large, My Commission expires -

January 31. 1940. NEW CAR AT NEW LOW PRICES
at FI.OIttDA .
dlI Fresh Red 1'epper and Sage HTATI5 OF e e a
COUNTY OF VOMIM1A
l\lltl'hdl'lI.! Before me, undersigned Notary -
Styles Puhll.. In and for the Htate oFlorida

Priced at $2.95 cus In Jacksonville Monday were ppar.,1n. at Large personally ap- With an entirely New Economy Idea !

Mrs. R. O. Dldd Mrs. P. E. Ca- .'. Edwardsto
OTHER Glt.DEST and son. Paul III Mrs. E. S. mo well known and known described to me In
nova to be the Individual On
Matthews Mrs. W. E. Middleton and. who executed. the foregoing. Display ni our ShowroomsSee
of the ,
Mr. proposed charter
& $1.95Late Mr and Mrs. E. L. Matthews FLOHIUA BANK AT HTARKB
$1.00 and Mrs. H. C. Wall Mrs. C. A. and being duly sworn acknowledge
the for the
E. K. Perryman and that he executed same

Knight Emmett Mrs. and Comer. Jack uses and purposes therein express"diN how the Ford V-8 has been completely redesigned.It's .

REAL VALUES LUMEN'S sons Landrum, Merrill WITNESS! !! WHEREOF, I have
Halle T. Frank hand and afflxeil
.
DRESS SHIRTSWE Richarde McMillan of Mr.the State and Mrs.Farm.H. M. my hereunto(SEAL Notarial AFFIXESHlgned A.set n Heal my)936.. this 17th day otn"lob..r the smartest-looking car in the low-price field. It has


i those attending the Flor- Public Fsye ,8.Htate LangworthyNotary of. Floridaat new comfort and safety. Operation is quieter. Brakingis }

GIVE YOU, THE Among Large My Commission ex-

da-Georgia game in Jacksonville\ ( Nov; 22. 1938. smoother and faster. AND THERE'S A CHOICE OF
BEST SHIRT FOR Saturday were: Mr. and Mrs. K. G. !TATE OF FI.OHIDA.
R. COUNTY OF BRADFORD
and Mrs.
Duncan Congressman John. Before mo. the. undersigned the. State Notary of- TWO V.8 ENGINE SIZES. You'll drive it let
A. Green, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Public' In and for want to -

$1.00 Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Durden, Florida at Largo, personally appeared -

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brown, Mr. PA. Brlnson anilMarcus us arrange it.
THAT YOU CAN GET Katherine F Brown
H. C. Wall Misses
and Mrs. all to me well known, and known tome
and Hope Haynes. BeverlyCady to be thIndividuals described
ANYWHERE
Kitty Hog- In and who executed the foregoingp
BETTER GRADES Essie Coleman. opnsed. charter of the 4II
sed. Lula Redgrave Ernestine An FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE I'
Mae Pearce Ruth and earn being .Mly sworn severally
drews Annie knowledg 'hat he executed the
$ Dorothy Sapp Rosa- n| ,,-.a and purposes
L50&$1.95 Sternberg ."r>" for the
Hazel Adkins. JoIes>lrs. | 'herein' xp P
rvVHEREOF
,
Jacobs ;
lind IN WIT4K I have J. W. ANDREWS JR.
Alvarez: 'F.I| and affixed !
Billy Graham. Sam h. ,.tint *< rt" hand .
Al. Arthur and ny :N.it.i. ,..I 1 -.-.l! this %Ird day oft ;
IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S Frank Landrum II I i ,, t J' I"! '*
Henry Manossa! Milton Brownlee ",. I I. x"FI1I"$
Carter, EtI ,rl,a A Wlggln'5'N .
I A. E. Wall Sullivan _, .' t F1"ir,da. STARKE. FLORIDA
dridge Smith J M Sistrunk aj I My"''"1 'VIIXB, f'V 0.

I Merrill and Joe Slatrunk. HJ' -

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BRADFORD COUNTY TEUMRAri' STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, NO\"F.
PAGC! SIX _ _ _ I I


.. -1 _.... .. I I QUAIL: : :\RE SUBJECT I -...- -- -r----- I BOOTSEY'S BEACH I Miracle Reckv-! : ..

I TO LLOItrM.. TEST ]1 -JIIIIQ I Miss Effle Crawford, Coi.B I lion hulk, Col balamo- ".

AND FINIMNGS SHOW on u ba>e "u" 1,
I thick.IV .

: B L, Prlvitt and Troy Bennettof
FARMERS SECTION GAINESVILLE Quail arc sub LIVE STATE NEWS '
I this section left Saturday night TUB t'IIU'l IT "III'i .,
ject to pullorum disease, according ''j for :Miami, where they are em- I fI.II'1'1I: "I III{I \ I ''lit' I "
to Dr. M W. Enamel State Experiment s.'l.outii' \, .I'" 'II I., I
Demonstration Agents Paragraphs ployed.i. ('III1A. ('0" ...r", I' \I
Conducted by Station veterinarian. who 11 News of Florida in Short PENIXttLLA1: ; \ ', II \ \ I I
I i Bill Green and daughter, '
COMPANY ,
recently found organisms of the A ,
1iuiaiu Miss Freda, returned to her borne F'lullilli I;
disease In young birds that had v.
in Jackskonville Friday after
I J. I... HARDEN: 11 ,,
hatched In captivity. I .1--- -- I I .1 i
-- --- -- time with her ,
.. I. .1 spending some parents DefeiidiinNOTICE '
Pullorum disease kills thousands Mr. and Mrs. R. N. 'Craw- ) OF Itl .
I \1"11'" ; .
I Hints To HousewivesIVe RURAL of chicks every year and Is one JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVE' : FUXGLKH FAVORS SLOTS ;I Notice IM hereby K''\ .

of the great problems of the poul- TALLAHASSEE the meet- JACKSONVILLE -- Thirty-four ford.Mrs. and pursuant to and I \
I COMMON SENSE I Russell Redding of Ever- authority vested In ::1.,
[ trorn-e;;: Demonstration try Industry but there was no Ing of the Junior class held Tues- Florida counties apparently have section spent last week with Special Master U>' thur1)ecree '

record of It ever occurring In quail day, Miss Kathleen Gruppee was i voted to ban operation of slot ma- green rendered, on ti:. I,
SPUDS JOHNSON her mother Mrs. Jean Gasklns of October, lti! in
TallahowM Bj .tnd.' i i '
Specialist*, I prior to Dr. Emmet's discovery.Dr. elected to the college senate. chines as soon as state licenses this section.A Court of Aluchuu < '",'oO'', '

Emmel doubts that It can be good until Oct. 1, 1937expire.. Eighth Judicial Cir mi i' I I I
PLANS TO large number from this section Chancery, In that, ,
EASV MUFFIN MAKING GOOD FARMER: found to any great extent in wild REWARD FOR HUSTLERS Only one county, Flagler voted to therein pending whii-,,, ,
RAISE FEEDS OF FARM, of the attended the pound-party at Naval Store Compam .
quail now. but he points out that KISSIMMEE- Osceola County allow continued operation "
Easy mixing methods made the THEN GROW CASH CROPS Miss Leola Norman's Friday night. tlon I* Plaintiff and I i I'' '
state
the devices which the legis-
the presence of the organisms in Commissioners were joined by coin and Lester Harden hl. ,'
beat muffins in recent baking in In 1935 and taxes Mr. and Mrs. Sampson Crews Harden and. Percllla. ", ,
captive birds might turn out to cattlemen's association offering lature legalized Hit <1
the Bureau el Home Eco- The first thing a farmer must and of visIting wife: W P Harden .
teats at family Macclenny were ami! i l'
314 to
voted
be to wild reward for the arrest and each Flagler If,
definitely dangerous $100 con- year. <1.n. his wife .
successful farmer Nashvlll.
is to be
of do If he a i ,
nomics in the U. S. Department their daughter, Mrs. B. L.
ones Inasmuch as captive birds viction of cattle thieves. 112 for continuance of the ma- Flooring Company a ,
off the
almost "
Agriculture. These tests showed Is to live entirely Prlvitt, here Sunday.Mrs. Chrl"tofollIarhlo, & Til, '
that the minimum of mixing pro- land on which he has his home. If are released to become wild gameas chines. a corporation; W H u/n;!. ,
mature. Pullorum B. L. Prlvitt and daughter, business an Wilson .,,
soon as they HEAVY f "
TAX INCOME:
Is not
muffin he falls to do this he a good
duced the tenderest. lightest Supply
farmer. disease is transmitted through the TALLAHASSEE Collections ESCAPED CONVICT DEAD Miss Jeanete, are visiting her pa- Company Company a corporation; Mai -h., i
of the most uniform texture. i
to birds. Herndon rents, Mr. and Mrs. Sampson lean Agricultural Ch,
egg young from the sale of 1936 vehicle license TALLAHASSEE Riley u
Too much beating caused holes or This statement, made by H. Harold Crews of Macclenny this week. pany a I'(1rpor..tlonI'/ ,
"tunnels" In the muffin, and also Hume assistant research direc- The Experiment Station worker plates totaling $5,403,240.10,, who Jumped from a moving and Door Company.. ,, .S ',\
at the Station thinks the disease was Introducedonto are $600,000 ahead of those for the train last July to escape completing We are very glad to know that Baker & Holmes Comu.ii ,
made the muffin peaked tor In the State Experiment R. N. Crawford who has been poratlon; Dixie Brick <',
cannot be doubted for a moment the farm whence he receivedthe same period of 1933.WELFARE a life-term sentence for murder corporation; and Th.. n. i uufacturlng 1 ,
top.The is dead Prison Bureau officials very ill, is improving.Carl Company MJ
muffins that proved best in for Its truth has been demon- Infected young quail by birds are defendant., the a I ,' ,
that had been bought and that EX.MSJACKSONVILLE stated. L. F. Chapman superintendent Milliard and daughters, uml i mclal 1 -Htlon
strated time and time again.It Master will th. -
result of the on! ,
the test were the easy.
were infected when placed In the Applicantsfor of the State Prison at Elva and Inez of Woodlawn section December 1936 betw > n "v
three-step miring method. The is the essence of the Idea of 11 o'clock In ,, It J
very the fu
Raiford informed the Prison Bureau were visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. .
He also found reactors to I
of Social
pens Board
Florida State ;
first step was to sift all the dry that the farmer If he wills It and o'clock In the aftci, -u, .
the pullorum test among full- Welfare posts and present em- that fingerprints taken of a N. Crawford Sunday afternoon.J. :East tront door of thi' i', ,
Ingredients together. The second works hard and intelligently, can ; Alachua County..'.. "
ui 1
birds. dead man at Ellrasburg, Win., Roy Quinn has returned home "
grown ployees will take the first examination OalnoHvlllc
town of
was to combine the liquidsthe be the most Independent man on 1 -<'n !
The disease attacks the entire under the new merit system checked with those of Herndon. after spending several days In est and best blildvi, i, "I
beaten the milk and earth. Living off the land--
lightly eggs, producing I I following described. i I" ,,, ,
the melted fat. The third step was one's vegetables meats, system of chicks and birds, causIng Saturday. I Higgston, Ga. hate In. AIR hua. Bradf, i"I i I

the mix- and a general septlcemic condition RdUHNG PERMITS: IJP: Counties, "Florida to-wr ,
to add the liquid to dry fruits and other foods neces- --
and usually death. Pullorum or- TALLAHASSEE. B. Sullivan >'OTICI3Notice The following lien ril, ". 0\1 1 ,'I
ture, stirring Just enough to moisten sities of life-Independent of other GIVE UP 'l'1'oiIFOInISTAMPAPolice Alachua County Fl".i, ,iluS't < I
anlsma in birds that overcome State Hotel Commissioner, an- I I" hereby given to all creditor ,
the The and other factors at Chief Woodruffsaid t
all dough
Ingredients. persons or *, debtor and claimants of and of SEI.ico r. i "," S
still with a rough appearance, was east, more independent than men I the disease localize In the ovaries he will call in all police equip- nounced October Building permitfor against the e..tate of F. A. Andrew., nor of Scc-tloii .14, i ,, 'i ''I'

put into greased muffin tins to in other fields of work. That and transmission is thus effected ment belonging to former membersof apartments, hotels, restaurantsand decnaed, to file any and all claim. S. Range 21 E. and .t'." )
RfralnHt said estate with the Honorable NWi uf S\V4. ..r "', ,
bake In a hot oven for 20 minutes. comes first of all in successful through the eggs to the young. the force as the result of a $20- rooming houses totalled $1- E. K. Perrvman, County Judge, "f Ni14. 90u;' of NW. ..I.IvtJ I:

( By thla method the muffins have farming. Birds hatched by quail that have 101 payroll robbery here Saturday.One 016371. Almost eighty per cent of Bradford County, Florida, within \ of S";',. 01 5' \ "
recovered from \ will\ be I of the new construction is in the eight month. from the date of first r.'ttfo Nhii." M'' '
brief mixing which pullorum of the bandits was attired In : i
only one pre- Therefore the first and most Important I publication of this notice or the SW :of; Sl ,. S SNl'
vents developing the gluten in the farm iso weak and the majority of them a police uniform. southeast district of the State. I name will be harreil, and unrollect-! !\\i of Nli'4 NI' ,,' \.
thing In running a will die. Permits for this district amounted I able by law; that all debt to said 10.; NC 4'f :-t\\"I" I
flour, thus causing tunnels and have a garden, a good garden I estate are to be paId to the undersign of SWVi fcUW' \ oft\\ ,
,_,__., to 782820. most of which were 11 ,
tough texture. Also by this method that will provide food for the far MI -- -. r PLAN FOR CONVENTION aft administrator. ; l\E'i of 8".V'i. "r I ,
for Miami and Miami Beach. This November 6th 1938.fJ. W 2-a of NE't' of SW' ,
the baking powder has little mer and hIs family. Instead of Sen. A. D. Andrews TAMPATampa labor unions W. ANbREWS. Adm'r. 14, all less SK'i of SK'' ,

j chance to act until the muffins are thinking about cash crops first of started work this week to preparefor 11-6-4t-Jl-21 __ 16.: BE'i of NlJiNElj. "/,. ;\1>
:\,1 1/L..f. NWi"l.I: ,j
in the oven all the successful farmer thinks Buried Last Week the three weeks convention of TO DEDICATE BUILDINGTALLAHASSEE i\ run eot"\'TY' .iriM.n-x ('nriti' S'.j of NW\4\ of 5j:%, :Ml:

The tests showed. however, that first of food for himself and his the American Federation of Labor Build 1 01"< llllAUFOItll 101-NTV; Fl.OU- Sty\ of SK'4\ > of Section ,\
II'tIN NWVj. SW't of SW'Nl ,
this method Is only successful if family. Funeral services were held In opening here Nov IS and boasted erected at state institutions with RK THE ESTATE OF of SWt4, Sly of. NI 'I ".0! '.5t .

', the liquid Ingredients are at about Florida farmers this fall have Lake Butler last week for State they had the finest convention set. state and Federal funds will be ,I JAMES MARION MITCHELL Section of SW/i\ 23, ;Lot., of NW, I -,
dedicated next month. State and DECKASEU: ; 1. 2. and
the same temperature when com more and better gardens than ever Senator A. D. Andrews. who was up in the country. :OTIIB TO CHEDIIOHS l U, In original. Waldo of -;i
bined. The and milk should Federal officials and others partic- NW'l of NIO%. NKV, of x\\
eggs to from in TO
before according reports born seventy-five years ago --. ALL PERSONS! HAV1NO: CLAIMS
will circuit of SSV% of .NW S'', .i i iNW" "" \
ipating make a three-day e. .
:, be at room temperature rather Agricultural Extension Service Bradford County before it was divided FIND INDIAN RELICS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ESTATE NW" of ,"WI.. Sri'E'

than chilled and the fat should be workers and newspapers over the to make Union County. He MARIANNA-Workmen on the of the institutions. They will OF, DECEASED JAMES MARION: MITCHELL of SW>4, SWVi of :SE1.4 .s!
start Dec. 11 with dedication of 23; SE 4 of ISE'c' of NEt
; warm rather than hot. state. It Is a good sign that FlorIda was successful as a farmer, merchant north unit of the Federal defense All person having claim or demand NE'4 ot NW ., SW'. of IV W .

In these tests, standard propor- agriculture is moving toward and turpentine operator, and highway between Marianna and new buildings at the St. Augustine Marion* against Mitchell.: the Deceased Estate, are of James hereby :: HWIM.\ 1W" of SE'/4, .>f ..;" 'i
School for the Deaf and Blind and E4 of NWi' NE 4 of SE>. : ,.:
tions for muffins were used: 2 cups greater success. In 1910 first became Interested actively the Chipola River have reportedthe Dec. office notified to file the same In the tlon 28: SEC of NEU\ of ,'eNW"i : ;
at the state penitentiary on of the Honorable E. K. I'er-
of flour 3 teaspoons of baking For years, the Extension Service In politics. He served as uncovering of numerous Indian ryman. County Judge of Bradford of NW!%, NE14 of SEl, "; I
12 they will dedicate buildings at tlon :33 N<4 of N\V' -ivSH ,
; i
powder 1-2 teaspoon of salt to 1egg. has hammered away at the idea of member of the State Legislature arrowheads, tomahawks and the Ocala Industrial School for County. Florida of eight on calendar or before months the expiration of aw'!,., of Section 34 ,t n I s .

1 cup of milk and 2 to 4 tablespoons more and better gardens for farm from Bradford County later as other relics. Girls and at the Florida Farm Col- from the time ot 'he first publication ship 8 S. Range 21 E. And 11- <'

of fat. It was found families and this steady campaignIs State Senator from that county, of this notice; claim. must Wt4 of E%. of Section ,i. I
ony for Feeble Minded at Gaines i be In writing and contain placeof Township 8 8. Range 20 E And' ,II<
that a richer mixture containing reaping results In better homes and again as member of the Houseof THREEINONEDE vile I residence and post office address Wfc of NW, or Lot t A -, N, r'

more fat, more eggs, and consid- and better food for rural people. Representatives. When Union FUNIAK SPRINGSThreemen to the claimant and shall be worn of Orant Line and S'4 of SE'', .
to by the claimant his agent or attorney of Urant Line, of Section ;I. i
erable sweetening could stand The newspapers of the state have County was formed from a partof went bunting here and found otherwise the same will become south. of Grant Line except SWvSW14 .

more mixing and could] be made by taken up the task of working for Bradford he served Union County three different kinds of In a Marie Louise, queen of Spain, void according: to law. of Section. 4.; all tout. I, S

the longer method of adding the more gardens too, and they work In the same capacity, in the session hole when their game would never receive anybody wear- LUC1LB. CAROLYN JJ ITCIIELLAdmlnlatratrl Orant line, except NW'4 of SWISW'5 '
a single dogs with the Will Annexed of NBH of SW-., NE'L6W \/ '
melted fat last. hand in hand with the Extension of 1929. "treed." Stormie Harvel!. Pete ing white gloves. of the Estate of James. % of SW%. 8Wi4\ of SEt .
Service Marion Mitchell Deceased Section 8; NK\V4, N% of 55%. of Stttlon -
for the betterment of
As a member of the Legislature Creary and Joe Tappan were out 10-23-41-11-11 9: In Township 9 S Range _

A newly developed nigh-test Florida farmers. Mr. Andrews sponsored several for o'possum. In a hole to which XOTICM Jolt OK T,\APPPMC4T1ON X DKKII E. And also

laminated safety glass after being But the campaign Is not yet fin- bills of State-wide Interest. He their dogs led them, they found a Brnnte Hill %... 111.1) MASTER'S SILR NW%, N14 of 8Wi,4. NWi or *E'
S'i of ,of
SE'4 Section 6; N'NL'4 '
cracked, will stretch and bend up- ished: Many more gardens mustbe was instrumental In securing land 'possum, a fox and a gopher. Ruth NOTICE Lawrence IS HERKBV holder GIVEN of Mi of, That Ta* Notice I 1M herehy given that under !' SWV of NE%, W>4 of SE 'ilNEV4
and by virtue of a Final Decree ofForer'ioeitire
established and cultivated before Rat1- Wli! of WJ4 of NW".4, :N'' on further impact. for the State Prison Farm at Certificate No. 512. Uued, the 2nd, made and rendered by "
the work Is done. A day of July. A. 1>. 1934 ha filed N4 of SWt4 of SElof: Sftil'I
start a :
ford, and introduced the bill that INSPPECTORS ADDED the Honorable A. Z. n"jUJd 7; WVj of NWV4 of N Wi .1
office made
In and has
good start, has been made. It be- places a tax on State-owned lands MIAMI-The Federal Customs ama application my for a tax deed to be Circuit of the Circuit of Florida Court,for 8th Bradford SB'4 of NW. SE% of RWI4. ,>( Pe.l

ARMOURS BIG CROP hooves farmer In the iHHued. thereon. Said certificate lion 8:; S\V,i of NEVi, SW of VW'J
stateto embraces -
every for school he also County In Chancery dated/ October
secured ,
purposed; Bureau has requested twenty-five W'i of 8WSE'xi) of SE .., "' If'! I ItlOII
| FERTILIZERS & FERTILIZER have a garden for his own good the first hard road for Un- additional inspectors to handle ntht'h following County? dencrlbed of Bradford property 23rd.therein 19J8. In that certain cause. 17; NEV4 of N.4. less acr.I '
MATERIALSBig pending; between P. B. < ",E',
In SB S of NW'4 of |
and for the progress of agricultureof ion County, and introduced the law tourist traffic through Miami from State of Florida to-wit: Crew, complainant .and T. T. Stias- Sty of corner NEW.\ N'4 of SE'4, of 'e'
Three-fourth of South /J
Cash Discount to the entire state. that gave the first widows' pensionin foreign ports this Winter Chief South one-half of Southeast Quarter teen et al. defendant, the undersigned lion 18; Eof Lot 1. of Spt'tI,5nIn :" ,
Commission Merchants and who was therein appointed 22 E Anl'
Township 8 a. Range
this county. Inspector John Klein said. Five Section It. Township 8 South a* Special Master In Chancery to also
Farmers Associations
Hanice 23 Eant, containing 60
execute the said Final will
Decree
i J. L. HARRELI Agent Macaroni Is made In more than Inspectors are to report for duty Acre, more or ie*,*. on Monday December 7th 1936., Commence 38 feet north -.. 'J.l

100 dlffeernt shapes and forms in Immediately coming from other The aHement of the said property during; the legal hours of Bale, before trees went and 30 feet soutli, 's" ,I, ;
Lawtey Flu. American transport planes now under the said certificate !..- the South door of the CourtHouse grace. west of center line of .t\ I '
Italy. are flying an average of more than bureaus and the remainder about Hued wa In the name of L U. Wetmer. In Starke Fla. sell to the Hallway track, same cornet iieln-

January 1.YOUNG. highest. and bent bidder. for .each the NE corner of Caesar RadilHI'.
150,000( miles a day. Vnle* said certificate *nall be the following described property or Land a* recorded in Deed. Hi' "l, > :
redeemed. according to law. the land, lying and being; In Bradford page 4.18. of the public re< J-
FUNERAL DIRECTOR DEMOCRATS MEET property described' therein' will baiilif County. Florida. to-wit: Alachua County, Florida, run'' he:
( to the hlethet bidder at the All WUj'( of SWVi of Sec. 15 lying South 68 degrees West I0fi Vt
r GAINESVILLE F. (Bud) cmirt-houa door on the tint Monday Rant of S. A L. Ry; All fraction InBlock thence North 22 d"lI'ree.V.< .1
My Many Yrara Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render ERdurance'wil Mlzell of the State or- In the month of December 1836 4 North Range 1 West, In Simon feet, thence North 68 d...... l K '
EFFICIENT' PROMPT: and COURTEOUS SERVICE lluad president which I I" the 7th., day of December J. Temple's Suh-Dlv.; at Tem 1(150 feet thence south U .l l I. ganization of the Young Democratic 19'6.' p....'* Mill a* recorded Hook C, page 207.6 feet to beglnnlliK' '.1, ,
MODERATE PRICES D06018WPlJRATEN Clubs announced the appoint- Dated this. 3rd, lay of November, 424. record of Bradford County, lands, being perpendicular and. purl" ,]
'
Florida, lie In SW of lei to said 1 railroad track all that BWVl
DeWITT C. JONES ment of a committee to make arrangements 1938'A.. J. THOMAS of Sec 15, and SEV< of SRV4 of See tlon 7; also .VH of Block 6. 'T.,u ''

Btarke, Florida and select a site for Clerk of circuit Court of 16. sail fraction containing 2 acre Orange Height; Comment S ,
Bradford County. Florida. mora or less; 245 ft. wide N & Sand chains 34 link west of half '
the 1937 convention of the group. ll-6-6t-12-4 44-ft.. n 6iV.. being a fraction on post of South boundary line ;. ,

Those selectel as members of the North side of N'4 of Block 2 North tlon 7, Township 9 S. Rang "
iciiin: coriiT. nii\i)Fono Arredondo. them. \:"
Range' 1 West, being all of aforesaid irnnt. run
committee are: B. K. Roberts, Tallahassee <' '> IN ('IHN('KI V I I h
BOREE FUNERAL HOME 01 TV. Nl-j of block and range being' 22 5 d"lfreeM.V..8t 5 chains ; Azalee Puckett West CITY OF STARKE. A Municipal North of land deeded to W :N. to Initial. paint thence Ea'I

Full llns of Casket & Undertakers Supplies Palm Beach Walter S. Harden Corporation Meacham of Simon J. Temple Sub- chains to a stake, thence n> i "' ,:;,,
;
Plaintiffv. '
S AMBULANCE SERVICEDAY I Dlv. at Temple' Mill: also all flinch degree Went H 40 chains t. i
Bradenton: Harold Carter, Orlando 8 North Range 1 Weal; and all EH! thence went 316 chain ti.> .1 "
AND NIGHT TlflBbiRT: MCWATV, and HEHTTIA of Block 3 North Range 2 West; thence Mouth 22.6 degrees Ra '
and Hyman B. Sobol Gaines- I\II'\V A l-t.: hi* wife, Joined. by ROB- all of NEH of Block 2 North flange chain. to beginning of SenLots '
53 PHONE 53 SISTRUNKFEED ville. A meeting of the committee KKT MCWAIN. her htinhand/ and 2 Went, lying North of Meacham' 3 and 4 MIllers Subdlvi I- ,

I O. II. BENNETT, Mfc-r. members willbe held In Gainesville next friend, and EMILY L. AMES land. ; all In WE'/i of SK'4 of I Sec. 16.n..gln Section 6: SVj of NW< nurvlvlna widow and Hole heir to at a point In the center cif NE'-l. SV. of SEV4 of 91W5. I ;
'S "A HOME-LIKE: INSTITUTION"For & SEED CO. December 6, following the the n>tate of I). I. AMKH: Deceased. ; S. A. L. Ry track where North line acre*, NE'4 of Sg'/* of SW".. -t ,
and DOHA HEINKBKODT.Defendant: of SE'4. of Section 8 SE'i of SW -
---- Mississippi State-Florida football Sec. 11 crosses said track thence ;
HTAIIKE, "'LOI( >AWE .., Southerly along center of said of SU! <4, also starting at SCixi' '
game Mizell said. oiuipit OF* PI'iii.rrTioviTUB track 259 ftthence East; 15 Section 15, Township 9 10'. Kanu' ; -
STATK UP FLORIDA: grees) South 800 ft; thence N thdiG E. run North Along east I I" 5 Ii'I ,l
1 1i TH: ItOBKRT MCWAIJf, BERTHA degrees. East to North line of S.c. line of the Section. 10 chain Scorner -
MCWAIN EMILY L. AMES, aurvlvIIIK 22; thence! Went to point of beginning of the Lot, th..n..cV "
GOT UP RESTED widow and sole heir to the K..- -
Expert RepairingSmith's BUY containing 5 acre, more or slid with South boundary "
tote I>, lAma" Teceaed and leH| Begin at H point In renter of tlon I chain 68V4 link to SVV '
FULL OF EKER3Y DORA HEINEHHOPT. all of whomare S. A. L. fly track 250 ft. Houth frem ncr of the lot thence North ,1' -
roeilenta of a State or Country of th' -
lei
whore North line of Reo. 21 crosses with East boundary
HOGS-CATTLE AND Tilt" tow BluRglah hnatl-ichy, bad pdnpl? unknown to the Plaintiff herein. said railway track thence East 15 tlon 19 chain to NW corner I tl/., S
kin. then took plctuunt. Ked Crot. Limit T"ketotl..e: that th* Plaintiff ha. degree South at right angle with East parallel with south ben da ,
i COW HIDES tiv T.blt.. A. oonntiptitlnn was promptly filed its Bill of Complnlnt. against aid road 6BO ft: thence Southerly of Section. 1 chain and 6816 Unit-
r.lte"fKt, polion olv..r.,l out, frit Ilk. n.w lltrp'dd each of you .I In the above- and. parallel with said railway 249 NE corner; thence South aIm i- !", ;
Garage WE WHOLESALE EATS pr.on full of vnvrirv Ot Red Cro** I.axa- .. seeking the foreclosure ft. to a post; thence Westerly at East boundary of said Sect .
t.vw Tabl.,.. :25c. '". famou Rod Cri).n of a Paving Lien over the following right angle with said railway 140 chain back to SE corner ,

marie on th* purUaft I. your cimrnnt.. property In the City ofStark. ft to a post; then Southerly and Lot, In Section' 15: SWA <>' vf '
Ask For Our Smoked SausageAt FrM oampl.) Writ. Rod Cro. Imeole ., Bradford County, Florida" parallel with said road 830 ft to the NWj of SW14.. less 2 acre .' ,I ,
Phone 120 The Markets and Grocers. .( iK-pt. tf, Jackannvllla. i-'ln.. mnhTi. to-wit: I center of Center St : then Westerly Amanda P. King SEW "f "\i"\, r I
You: Will Be Pleased With It of Red Grotm Liv-OMeO, R.d Oroa Chu" Lot Five (S). Six ((8) and Seven I long center of said Street to a Section 16; S>i of S''. of N17 '
and unburn F v.r Tonlo. and Red Cm.. Rub fur (7) of Block Sixteen (16) In Livingston I point or Iron post In center of sold Section 17. EH of NEt' ,, of Se< :
.thleU' '
loot. uuKul..r palo Truby Addition to the Townof railway track 1120 feet; then Northerly 22: In Township B H. Ha nit --
r Wrecker Service Day or Night ODOM&LAWSONOpposite Starke, along center of railway track And also
and It I I. ordered that and each
yon '
IBr
S. A. L. Ry. Depot. of you are hereby required to appear f>7i.P'ooN"J.: of beginning and: all In I The following described i
of Seo. 21
__ NWt4 Florida I
I County,
said Bill of '
to the Complaint
J ,.. in ald cause on Monday, December of NW>4 of Sec. 22. All the follow E 1tofl >4 of SW'i. R'j 1 l.: '
.'" :' the log description In NW'4 of NW'4. of of !''I14. of Section. 2: HWVf i t 4
::,. 7th 11138, otherwise allegation I
.. : Sec. 22, 10 and I
,, ," -,,"'--..,: of Bald, I BUI of Complaint l I will betaken 'except 82-100 acre of 8W'4 of Section 12; In T/ "
\1 a* shown by deed from A.
O. Dyal And ol-!
SS JII a* confessed by you. It 1 I. further S South. flange 22 B "
h" and wife to O. O Burroughs, dated '
ordered that this notice be published The follmvlns described In'' ,
Feb. 1, 1919 and recorded
in Book
: iN : elI once a week for 4 consecutive Clay Florida
County :
I 28, page 104. public J record of Brad ,
:. jf Ir 3 :" '. week In Bradford County Tele- ford County, Florida I to-wlt: Beginat I NWV of SW"4.' of Seed-.i-. "
.
-St' \ : J' '" '' ; .;:: graph Bradford a newspaper County, Florida.Witness published. In SB corner of land deeded to N. D. I Township 8 S' Range 23 E A'' 'ISWt4 I ,
I. '' Hagaman hy Wm. of 8W> less 9\'
; Lake April 24, U. (
1i2t .
\ hand and official seal '
r":
my "
i, .
,
tt i 188H. recorded In Book H. p 828 said : southern part f Section
of thin Court at Starke, Bradford .
( ,eIIJ'Il. SB"! "r '
corner being of SWi of .
600 ft. .
Florida this 4th ofNovember I from F. R. & I 'E'4 -Ilfa ;
County. day
N Co (now s. A. L.:) railroad track 15 acre In the North and Eni i "
S : S MIINOLE ., J.1931A. THOMAS, I and 445 ft from South line between of NWt of PR"4, and the f ,q'' ,>"" .
ii Clerk Circuit Court Pec' lu and 23 and running East IS 25 acres of NEWi of SE'i. of "' "
'fA Bradford County Florida.O1"F'IdIAL Jjfrees South from said SK corner 6; In Township 9 S. Kang -
U, ( SEAL) ?** ft. to Vest line of Hf.. Phillips And also .
JACKSONVILLE T. FRANK LANDRUM land; then North 15 degrees 411 Turpentine Lease HP, ,' ,;
,, Attorney for Plaintiff. East 244 ft. to post; then East 18 land therein severally. desrrii"')i ,I

;! I t I CHASSISLCSS-body .d WEIGHT_T.nlT. dUtrlbvild. I 11-I-U-U-4 South degrees 15 South SJ7 ft to post; then particularly described in sal", '

1L to_. la .... mad .1 .!..! .d. low ...1.v .. ....ity witb CHAItlK CBNt! "'-two then degree West 247 ft to R Decree, and also .
_- I and MW aliuBinum alloy ol all ......end... beneath fleer post: East 15 degree South The following described p..r- """
S $15 ft.
't 1 ....1 ......,.11. ..cabU.., evea *p..d at all I YOUR......3d..l. cloot .... ....- to Ja.to West line of land deeded properties located at and n' > .'"..
w'21 ,' ,eoToa AMIDSHIPS-on it. -... h a .Ue,01..... ___ II .th... ......... DRINKAT said Thomas; then Northerly on being used upon and In c,'n"" '
\ I I y eoaaeeted to ditl..oaat :WINDOWS>> -.Individual win.daw "................."-11oc_"in .... ..... line See 806 ft. to Sec. line between with the turpentine place. hiK:,: :;
yr'I V\ I I with drive abaft only. 18 iachM at ....11 .eat which .Ud. : 01 ......10_ ).c.aJ.. tnty wit* said 111.. 22; then Westerly and location of J. L. Hardeti. '
MW on line
' i 54 \ I lo.cr. .timiusq. .0.. .. andvibrattoa. ln.tad efl ,.1.. inta' saab. to NB corner of land tIchita ".
j! i Heights and'Bld" ;
Orange
/ : too .d. h.w.p, .)| otter. ..... k..l. deeded from T r\ I.amb toVm, -
,, it ______. \ 7/ AIR CONDITIONED- Inche. AIR* BRAKES el braking- .luitace"quar I ..dw and.* ......, l I.........fy .bW. .tb hew.prlnf Lake, F.-b. 8, 1182; then South 15 County P'lorlda. toW';. .t : ;

d f, t _ .T.,... for heatintf and ...* Greater tban any actor ... OMMraw ..d. Iotoi........ rtedinf U..p.. da..rVelOt. to place of beginning (barrel 35.000 Still: ClaY O.OOO(', FlalHI; 'r ,.0:'
!. S ::5- tiiatie*.iutonMitleoUT .11"9. "cl. in the weild.aide I contAining' 12 acres. morn or le..i. 'up: Ford Tru..I<, :Ii' .1.1 I
\ All AU BE'4 of Dip Barrels; I 1.
S CONOITIONIDCOCKIAIL SE4 .r See '"
, ii S. air 4>rry aVd BiiaulM.' AT 11. lying A Ford Automobile enur":,
1
touNGt eomi: SHOP East of S. A. L. fly In Twp 8. R ; i ''I'el
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Worship 7:30: p. m. J i" 1 p i i ,','-'1'\1 .-"' M visitors, in ,1 ukftouvUli'! last '
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f f Meeting Wednes-_ part of town and invented a quick 'Wednesday. i Ui'S biattuilH) night 'I Jordan: BI'.ntley returned Horn
Peaers
|* \\hilt hun lie for the benefit of the patrons. Mrs. L. A. Crosby and children this week after a visit with Illsplut'nt.
; m.o'.M.'K huppenpd Slowly she moved ilia.! O. E. Crosby and children I
15p to the
; doorway, A dangerous black at the Franklin were visiting her parents, Mr. and In Stuckle Ga.
service, Wea- ( no far: In
y10( Prayer I I the and. giving him her arm. walked to Inn had fallen on him treacherously were visiting her parent at New Mrs. II. M.tcn.ae! of Pine Level.\ Mrs. W. R. Swanbom was visit
Washington
I..I''io'i'. mMethOWSt t of I823, the waiting carriage. and stabbed him. He showed River Friday Mrs. Bill Newmans and bn'>y, tin: ,in $tnrke. Thurmln.;)
1 1 w political Professor Sunderland fortunately his wound, still bleeding.The Fred Ilalnlop and George Jor- Harlle of Pine Level, wer.'IMII. I A large I crowd njoyeit Ut< weln-
Church I for himself, had been dan were visitors in Jacksonville her brother-in-law and sister ,
.N delayed In Professor Ing IT foiuit at the > 'hur<:b >I tJotl
9e Ii i M Montgomery, Pastor u lr.i ': keeping his three o'clock: appointment of became a center Sunday Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby part t ot Tuesday night All r".t. 11 a
I 1'' m sundR\ :* hool-10 a. m.ilOCDlI1g O'.Nenle, attract :- : by the lure of a corner grog sympathy Late drinkers, nighttime Rowe Mersey and Sim Kelly last week. nlr time

''eH ( w..rst1lp-l1. a. m.Jpl'iorli. 4 t jr (1 v e )'oungdlughter shop specializing in English ale. As marauders and passing mechanics have been confined to their homes __ _- _Au --
i.--a ue--6:45: p. m.W I.tit of the he sat there heard his tale and embellished -
: exchanging gossip It. with sickness but we are glad to IKCKI\ ONK 10'lE: 1 1t
; 7:30 owner of the Disgraceful'! The negro
E\'eDlPg irshlp, : p m.foutrt' with his cousin Cuthbert. one drink report they are E !
invited to all these servo Franklin Inn, inu led to another, and It was with who had committed the assault recovering. MIAMI King 1 dward VIII oi ,
r r friend of Andrew : sudden start that he discovered a must be captured and burned. In Mrs. Raymond Brown of Plant England and hire Walli.i Simpson ,nHEN
d I q Jackson 1 the time of He a short time a spirit of mob frenzy City was a dinner guest of her received one vote each for JIIHIU-I-
rre b>terlan Church t_ '4 4'.' But she OHreftard 1 settle his account day. and was make about to had been aroused. Banding together mother-tn-taw, Dire Henry Brown of the Florida Supreme Court from'

i ,ijeorge H. Lowry, Minister the hlttrr's .when on off, the mob marched on Franklin here Sunday. some voter at last Tuesday's gt'nI| \V/ kidney, function badly....
I'' lleV i unexpected sight caught Inn. O. J. and Lowrla! Mott spent VY euHer nagging backache
s mSabbath School. advice In order to 1 his eral election. The official 1 can you ,
l keep n w eyes. There was John Ran- the weekend at their home In with dltilncM, burning, scanty Of too
ITjOO A M.--Morning Worship; rr >t tryst with a handsome dolph's When the rioters reached the vaaa, completed also disclosed All I I
''h, I' young i carriage going by, with Brooker. i freemen urination end getting up at
anon 1)the pastor. ptUnilst and mystic, 1'i-of. L Boy Peggy and Senator Randolph sitting gate of the tavern they found It Capone. Imprisoned Chicago gang night when you 'feel tired, nervott,
Young Peoples Ves- SunUerland. barred. The Rev. C. A. Crosby was the "leader received! one vote for county -
;:OO" m In attitudes of stiff formality Someone produced a log elfupiet. me Doan't Pli ..
Service in for a battering-ram. Amid wild dinner guest of his brother and tax collectorBEASLEY'S Doe,,'* ere eipeclally for poorly
t' i:II I opposite corners"So ____ _ _
'l m--Evening Worship. CHAPTER I'Ol'U shouts, they applied It The gate _. .. r. .. working kidney Million, of boxrnre
I p. that's it!" cried Cuthbert. I ----------- ---- --- used every "..,. They ere recommended
splintered, and the mob inPeggy .
Rouen ood Baptist Church 1 noting the rapid change of expression poured 1 the' country ov.... Ask yo-
Peggy had never visited had been taken to her
this
G. Hemingway, Pastor part I on the other's face. "You told SERVICE STATIONWe nelghborlDI.
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g. of the city before, and the houseson room but when she heard the I
me had
you an '
every Sunday. Bible I h'engagement with
Services McComb Street blood-curdling yells outside her

'I. i\I110II: afternoon.: a. m. Services at 3:30: alike; they were rather looked preten-all i I j a He lydy shook but his you head.wouldn't"Well, si my who.fine" first thought was for Cree's safetyHe Handle Cold Drinks Standard Gas i ._ ,
dock in tious, with had defended her
now they
: jutting brick ;
facades
Romeo, she aln't for the likes o' and Oil-Atlas Tires Tubes and Batteries. I
I IETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH lace-draped windows and potted j I you." were seeking him. Seizing the only II
plants. Masking her inner weapon she could find, a fish-gig: I
L. t\. Donnl y, Pastor excite-
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I < ment with an assumed calmness i 1 The carriage was coming from she rushed to the slave quarters. BUS STATION
first ,
Sunda.y.Sunday \
every
Services Peggy walked i the direction of McComb Street, Andrew Jackson his eyes like
the
School 2:30 up steps of
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; BIN Study and Prayer p. Services door Number was 25 opened and rang by a the hard-featur bell. The and had transpired.Sunderland He suspected wiped his what brow front raging door flames brandishing rushed two from guns the ,I BEASLEY'S SERVICE STATION i

,,,,ry Saturday night. ed woman of middle as he considered the dilemma that John Randolph was not far behind

i gt :Mark's Episcopal Church "What do years." | would have confronted 1 him had he him, and most of the other lodgersat Opp. Court House Phone 60ANNOUNCEMENT
you want ? :
she ask- been more prompt. Then he quickly the Inn armed with sticks or
Horning prayer and Sermon on ed staring at the girl. I ... .. ,
I thought of a way to handle the sit- whips followed after. ,: -- ------- -p p. -----.go
!me second and fourth Sundays at.U "Why, I have an appointment at uation from that point on. I h4'1Vi
By sheer weight of numbers the
( Holy Communion Saints "
m three o'clock
,
replied Peggy. "It's Lying on her bed. the
on verge :attackers hemmed in the defending I
+ Diyjat) 10 a. m. Litany and choir with Professor Sunderland." lof I:
tears Peggy became aware of
a unit. Jackson and Randolph were
pieties very Friday night at.7:30: The woman gave her an odd and slight\ sound at the door. A note towers of strength, but they were I

i m ._. singularly unpleasant half-smile. was being pushed underneath. Hurriedly only two against a maddened I
Then
she opened the door further she picked it up. to read the horde Some of the would-be

and beckoned the way Inside. Peggy following message: lynchers pulled Peggy out of the

BOB was escorted through u dimly "My oormrloncc IIH u KpntliMmm way and tried to beat down the I'
JONES I lighted alcove into a small room did lint itrrmlt me to keep| the rcn.di'vouH locked door of the servants' build ,
outfitted with several fortune- M.irrluKO, my Iwloted, iit ing. Others picked up stones and We have taken over the management: of the

j Comments On Here I reading devices and a number of the one tender proof of my a!lee. began to throw them at the windows i i; fiiilf; filling station on Road l.'l: formerly \

And Hereafter l of the main building There
\,,1 J was no rescue.. force in prospect| known aa Hayes Service Station, and are

fur the defenders, and It seemed
row ready to serve the public (in this! new
Somt time ago Lord Beaver- likely they might be waging a los-1 i

brook who is known as the j jHearsi hug battle. !, capacity.We .

( of England" and who Is i ihe I (Next wwkt The Imltle at the I

'! iwner of the "Morning Ex- Inn continue to it startling: fliil I will aplreciate'OUf business and will as
pros ,of London with a circulation l b.h. I'.glhE'n It I I..* till ou'r,

< iwo' million, said, "The highest decided to \Nit John Kanilolph unit \ !'lIfe'ou the quality of !service' that will make .

r dodo. f power, the supreme source confide he real state or her ieeltngn ,
jfiatiafactionbetter than money I IJT toward him.) you want to call on us! again.
i
: temporal authority, is the pow- : .
: If to do good. :My enemies say | One of nature's oddities Is the I

Hut I have used my power to doa Volvox, a minute fresh-water organism j
cb evil and I am content to I w that Is both plant and anl- GOOD GULF GAS & OIL

lire this charge as a matter of 1 mal.

I' opinion HELP BL.-\lJnt WASHING, GREASING A SPECIALTYTry
But this I do know, that the ItEirl.TN('All iTFKn \U.1P I r \
(power, to do good and the exercise Drink Nix glasses bolted or dlatllld -
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< water dally. You know what
that power are in their essence hard waters d"88 to a teakettle. If
highest of all realities and poor bladder action causes netting I It And Be Convinced
up nliclitK, fr"qu.nt denlra, scanty
IWg In their train the most en- flow, bur n I UK or backache help i
innj pleasure. flush out exveiH acid and Impurl-:

. 'The evangelist Is the man who J tie. buchu by Improving leavea, :juniper the elimination.UMP oil unit 6. i

ted d the greatest capacity for do- Just other nay drug Buketn made to Into any green drutftflet.fahl&fH In. I: A. E. 'Wall, Jr., & Sullivan Carter

J' q good and, therefore if I was in four day If not pleaned. KO Sack
I, i position! to influence the life of I and get your 25,.. Mitchell' Drug
Store.
j sincere young man today I would _. .
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4'.1 evangelist'or a millionaire.than a' cabinet minister 'TkaCHEVROLET(()) ] 1937

: 'When I was a young man, I I R

; I pitied my father for being a poor j

, I man and humble preacher of the I colored wall prints. Then the woman tlon. I will uuuit )OU with a car

1 I R'ori excused herself drawing the nags In the Mark lane at eight eke 2&te Gvz.- amqTh&

','ow that I am older I envy I curtains behind her. In a few tonight./ Do not disappoint me.'. &!(

him his life and career." Lord minutes a servant girl came in. During the hours that intervened

fcaverbrook learned what a great bringing some tea and cakes. She before nightfall Peggy gave up all

many other men have learned In seemed startled by something thought of responding to this secret rtAt'

the: business world and that Is about Peggy's appearance and. In message. But when eight

(that material things cannot satisfy a hoarse whisper, asked her what o'clock arrived she could not resist f' '
the heart of man. Some of the she was doing there. the temptation of turning back pt -i.Yri, .

happiest people the writer has ever "You don't belong here!" urged the curtains in her room and peerIng s Ti1 I Ie

known have been humble, faithful the girl. "Get out as quick aa you out. Sunderland, as he had L
ministers of the Gospel and mis- can." promised, was waiting with his 1st'I1
Hun workers. carriage in the outer lane. He
At that moment the front door '
e bell rang, and the woman upstairs caught sight of her and signalledthat &Iype

The\ writer Is not very enthusl- called out to the maid to answer. she should open the window. : i

| bUc about the motion picture Peggy caught the sound of a mas- "I'm sorry," Peggy called to him
when she had done "This is Impossible. -
stresses and actors of this country culine voice that sounded very so. _

but once in a while, he Is Impressed familiar.! She put her ear close to I1
by certain: things Bald by the curtalna. She was not mista- "I must see you. If only for a (

these actors and actresses. It ken. It was John Randolph! second begged Sunderland. r
teems such that the theatrical Peggy hesitated. Then she decld
a pity
"I am here at the behest of the ; ,
do ed that it might be a courteous r
eladers of this nation United States Senate," Randolphsaid
Dot thing to bid him good-by. At the
use their talents for the gloryof coldly. "You have Just twenty-
lower stairs she hesitated again
God and the development 4
spiritual
four hours to pack your bags and
No about but of course it
of men and women. Recently, one was It'
leave the vicinity of the Capitol. r
1arlene! Dietrich said "I am taking was safe!
,
"What have I done? said the
my daughter, Maria, to Eng- lady of the house evasively. "I ain't "Peggy come with me,' breathes ; \ v I

land to put her In school. The hotherin' none of the nobs." Sunderland, when she emerged.
American schools are too soft. "You won't be sorry." "
"I'm not here to argue with 4
arlene "Please!" she replied, pulling het
Dietrich Is right. The you," retorted Randolph. "Get out \ r h11.fjOhT'
,
nay we are coddling the young of Washington!" hand "away. "I must go right t

I people' of this nation Instead of Peggy, mystified by this dialogue back.

helping them Is Injuring them. The could not control her feel- "You won't go anywhere with-
muscles of their soul will be flabby ings any longer and Impulsively' out me!" answered Sunderland.! in fJ

The backbone of their character parted the curtains. Randolph a new and threatening tone.

win be weak. We need In this | stared I at her as though thunderstruck I Roughly he seized the girl who
For*
nation a more rugged educational j j and it was several moments : In point of physical strength was the first time, the very newest things in motor ear beauty,
ystem. said no match for him. She was able
As the writer has
he could speak.
before
any" times, Jesus Christ never "What are you doing in this ''to cry out only once bu*. It wa comfort, safety and performance come to you with the additional !

offered men men an an opportunity-an easy life. He opPortunity offered place Ing, icy, Margaret tones. ?" he said In bit- Ciee enough on to what center was the happening.attention vehicle He of advantage of being thoroughly proved, thoroughly reliable. I -'t' I '

observed the waiting
to serve and an opportunity "I came here alone, to meet a had
to die for the right. The gentleman,"" answered Peggy. before, and now he lumbered out NEW HIGH-COMPRESSION VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE NEW ALL-SILENT, ALL-STEEL

men that followed Jesus may have Who is he ?" asked Randolph."I from the servant's lodge towarc BODIES (With Solid St..l
Turret
Wd the lane. There was no time tf Top-Un! t..l Construction) PERFECTED HTDftAUUC
their "
weaknesses, but no or- can't tell you, said Peggy.
ainary man would accept the chal- "She Just wanted to her her '| spread the alarm All he could dc BRAKES (With Doublo-Aticulotd Brako Shoo Linkage) NEW DIAMOND CROWN PURINA Poultry Chows or.depp.dup *

loge that Jesus made. His call to fortune told" put in the proprietress was rush at the Intruder la vllcunin A, D h

*, great things was never given to but Randolph waved aside the When Cree lunged at him Sun SPEEDLINE STYLING GENUINE FISHER NO DRAFT VENTILATION e IMPROVED and G to k.lp you q.t mor.qqs *
"'f.k' men. Peter was Impetuous. -and turned again to dei'land was forced! to let go of
/ onterruptlon, GUDING KNEE-ACTION RIDE (at ..fnI I e bar haalUUvt biidf '
"' would go off at a tangent, but Peggy. Peggy In fury he whipped out ,i. no cost) e SAFETY PLATE GLASS ALL 'I

h. !had force and determination.lie "My carriage la outside;' he said. knife but his trust miscarried AROUND (at no extra coat) e SUPER-SAFE SHOCKPROOF STEERING (at no oxtra cat) I and hJb.r holchabtbty.I I

know how to endure hardships. "I can take you home." Cree wrapped his powerful arms Th. n.. lagrediat Pui- i

After Pentecost touched his life, "I'm not ready to go" said Peg- I about him and pinioned him until THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR PRICED SO LOW a-tn, which Ie I now fc Jn 7
he 'lemonstrated man filled this the two men duet their balance. At rl rls
what a John Randolph
"Besides,
added all .
to Purina .
with No gy. toppled over the knife dropped .C- -' 19r..Ly w Nw It. f... ..,,. c-.I-- ma ..
"""p the Holy Spirit can do. Is none of your business. I they from Sunderland'i hand. H* : I. --..rn.rnLt' r.--r "",.,_......, ...c-.,,a.r.'it' ca-.Ioe:: .t.p. up the vitamin A acttrify
ever small pistol '
courageous sermon was produced a Wt'. ,
Randolph c-.y '-- aridf_
to GAd
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two
It and received s one-half f tiin that
preached fell directly on
than the sermon Peter i from his pocket aa the woman I
I of( ( majhe.. S..
Poached the day the Holy Ghost who had admitted Peggy suppressed ] bleeding gaahI former u* to
came down and gave him a tongue a cry. I I By now the commotion had day for your fupply o/Patina
Of fire "I will make It my business;' he aroused those within the Inn. Andrew Lay Cho.or Purina Layenol

..- -- I said grimly.stared at him. and this i' and Jackson Major threw O'Neale open appear-his window Torode Chevrolet Co. i SISTRUNKFEED

Antlpater of Palestine\ thought Peggy lantern at the post-en-
the with a
'*' ''ave made the selection of the I time, unlike the occasion In who trance. There was just time for l i J & SEED CO. '
the one
market, he was STARKE FLORIDA
slave
Wonders of the World I SulderlulJ to make a bolt for his ,
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ADDITIONAL 1tI.t>AH
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished (Guest Editorial ?L 1, ..RM,. MIiM4 hor h!
"Whafn the matter with busi-

1877 ness in Starke? This question ie i SCHOOL NEWS ..----- _-
answered by a young man about .
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town.
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AAEAYBERLORILVV .
Starke has every thing it lakes Eighty-Six CentsHe .-.
PRESS ASSOCIATION9otcucrad to make a good town;; progre slvf'merchunt.s
i 1.ICOMI--.4
who try to give to t.helrcustomers i.
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1Q35 he knew that 1rE/G'iT .J. t'C.vVItt.E
also
was young t1 /4N
up-to-date styles, good aRP.
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eighty-six cents was all the moneyhe
values, courteous treatment, but ,'
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NORTH fQJ ,
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had. He did have ninety-six
reed to trade 3 C.-.J. /T -
our people develop a AWCD 0:
Published Weekly I on Fridays and Entered as Second Clas I ai home consciousness. cents, but a dime went for a greasy -

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. Business took the young man in black hamburger cup of coffee.and a black His name very ir.fo: \

question to the establishment of a was Dan Peterson and he was lost ; H'r

L. Matthews___ _____ ______ _______Editor and Owm local I cleaners. On the line in pro- on a dock In New York City.
cess of cleaning were hanging around
dozen of suits. Not one of Just as he came to the realiza- r / Urt

SUBSCRIPTION RATE them bearing the label of a Starke tion of all this, a gruff voice ask- ?f,' iP B,4554e
ed him, "Son can you shovel coal?" rL4, CAVC.4'YBY
merchant. Before taken in ,
In Advance being
Yearly, $1.50; Six :Months, 75c-Payable "I-I
,
by attractively worded ads, why I He neard himself mumbling 1 ja' d w ED'.f'ENN. OYY
Advertising Rates on Application not shop around town, to see what reckln I can." With "follow me"

---. ... .. ----- .. your local merchants have to offer the man turned around and walk-
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? ed toward a dirty looking ship. .

If you have ten children in Italy you don't have to paany ; These "sales" so alluringly fea- Dan could tell It was a tramp I ?z 4 oil

rent. But do you have anything to eat? tured in the dally papers are final steamer bound for some far away r i

-more often than not goods are 1 land.After "
o not a voyage of about a month
One movie star says she is so considerate of her children: exchangeable.Your with sweating Qnd shoveling coal, ..
husbands.It local merchants may carry they docked at a large city. Asking .4ii
she lets them help choose all her new the same line, and most assuredly he learn- '
on deck what place- it was j
will accord fair treatment and
u you ed it was Monte Carlo. Right then ;' 4'l ?
is rumored that the Blue Eagle is to be brought back make good any little error or de the mate came and said, "here's -! yrfr'_' .8. i-x, ,,:

It will probably be disguised as a humming bird, however. fect.By trading at home money will I'll where give you you getpff.'your pay., come" on and

be kept at home-to be turned over '
o- He got his pay and what pay! A +:
and over and contribute to the development
The only trouble with spending your vacation away fron of our tine little town. five dollar bill! As he stepped off ', w i
bankroll along with it. the gang plank, he came upon ai :
home is that you l have to spend your One has only to "window shop"a man who bumped him rather hard.

o little around town to see evidence Dan walked along after a little MJ

breath talk of the merchant's desire to hand in his pocket i
A woman i id a person who doesn't run out of ways he put his
please the most fastidious. to feel the' comfort of his five- 11 "
what want ..'GSv'
ing over the telephone until you've forgotten you Grocery stores, turning over dollar bill. It was gone! The :..:./ jI 'e' ylir,

ed to say. their: stock weekly Insuring fresh. man had got It! Dan didn't know ,
pI/@n @;r
o what to do but he kept walking. ? ,
ness.Dry goods stores, whose repre- Then with pounding heart he put OF,4e44.1S .- j:
"My Kingdom for a Kiss," is the title of a new song. Th sentatives have spent time and his hand in his watch pocket and /'.. .o/'nvcnc..v. ; s "''

English will promptly deny.the rumor that it was written by money In northern markets to there was his eighty-six cents. Just OF PAYNGTtiG +z ; '

King Edward. please the taste of people they then he almost bumped against a (} ():;) rr JC8
know and who have made a study large building from which came
\) of your wants. shoutings and other racket. Right erll.uczar: w ;;

Only one new book was published in Turkey during 1930., Clothing and shoe dealers who before him stood a place where ,-; /

Must have been waiting for everybody to catch up with "An- stand back of every purchase I men won and lost it.fortunes He walkedin ana 'c.f4
never thought about I
made In their stores. Why help develop
thony Adverse. of the smaller
town--when and went to one
other
some our .
,
"
'
o own needs and values your loyalty roulette wheels.

; They beat swords into plow shares, but what modernman ? Try shopping at home first Hours passed, it was past three
Dan
when
for old blades and see how quickly your town o'clock in the morning RATTLESNAKE GUIDE-the queerest vocation snake canning plant, and admits that on the whol
needs is a formula beating safety razor out. In his left pocket wasa
will show a greater prosperity. came in all Florida! Such in! the distinction achievedby it is a rattling good business even when times arj
his fist.
into can openers. Keep faith with your home town roll of several bills larger fortunes than in that Guy Johnson of Arcadia, who has made a specialty dull.
merchants, who in a position, He had ,
o--- are pocket. In his right pocket was his of taking out parties of tourists anxious to The LARGEST SMALL-MOUTHED BASS OB
with less overhead than city storesto
The University of Georgia will offer a course in "good give you better prices, and better eighty-six cents. He had playedthe see how he catches real rattlesnakes in their native ALL TIME, 13 pounds and 8 ounces, was caugh

advice." Here's hoping more people take the course than usually values. Trade at home, and wheels and got all the moneyhe haunts. The business has several profitable in Lake Gertrude, Lake County, Florida, Februa

t take advice.Depressions speed up the wheels of Recovery. had off of his eighty-six cents branches, too, for Mr. Johnson also markets manyof 18, 1932.!) It was taken by Mr. Walker M Ken-
In New York City is a man that the rattlesnakes to circuses and zoos. lie sells nedy. Its length measured 31% inches, its gir

o : has a whole fleet of ships which go the fat ones for canning purposes to a local rattle- 22% inches
I .
like head colds, disappear with time, Bruce all over the world trading things. .

Barton says. And also like colds, they leave you in a pretty TheLetter This man Is very rich has a bright
future, is still young, and never
weakened condition.Our BoxLawtey gambles. On his watch chain he room so much. i Production of Diesel engines the United States l
ti and Ctaris like Norwood last is estimated at 1,509-
o has a fifty cents piece, a quarter, a Margie year -
Coffee. 000 horsepower three times as
idea of a man who's easy to please is the one who can r I I dime and a penny all making a total large as in A trial series of all-expense alj'
of cents. This man Louise Hosier has red curly hair. any previous year.
look at the new 1937 models and then feel satisfied riding Fla., Nov. 4, 1936. I i is Dan eighty-six Peterson* Edna Pearce, Dot Bishop and --s> inclusive air cruises to South Anj

home in his Model T. Mr. Mathews, Editor !: Author-Budd Davis, Miriam Guy like to go to Gaines Schofield Baricks Hawaii Is the erica Is now being offered by oil

o Bradford County Telegraph, I J r. 7A. ville on Sundays. largest army post maintained bj,line.
Starke, Florida. I '. ..
If everybody plants cotton next year who is talking aboutit Dear Mr. Matthews: '"
HEART-THROBS The first stretch of concrete
now, it is going to look like a snow storm around here about In your this week's editorial Louree Howat'd to Merrill Ed- highway in the United States was I
for to
be
would it possible you give
this time next year.Worthwhile I your views and opinions as to the wards, "I'm" Getting SentimentalOver laid at Bellefontalae, 0., in 1893 WINVIN\ WIN

a following: You.
thousand lives would be I What main factor caused the overwhelming Beatrice Moseley to Jimmie Smi *
thought Thirty-six 'n Charlie
: One." Say,
Democratic majority Motes, "You're the Only
saved annually in this country if nobody drove faster than I In this Presidential Election? Virginia Fugate to Al Kay Car- N t Hall's Grocery

twenty miles an hour. Was It caused by "Just Democrat lisle, "Take My Heart
e o ,,"? Lois Judd to Doc Wainwright,
Or was it New Deal supporters? "Please Believe Me."
Charter members of the 1937 Walking Club:. Al Smith I Or was it Antl-Hoverltes? Lois Moore to J, T. Kirkland,

Alf L ndon, Father Coughlin and The Literary Digest. Any :I Or was it Anti-AI Smlthites? "All I Do Is Dream of You." MARKET

body else want to join? Or was It because:; Townsend sold Arlie Sponholt to You're Leola Fool-Norman
out to the Republican party and "I Got a Feeling
t o advised!' his supporters to vote for ing.
A Pennsylvania man with only one bed recently mar- the Republican candidate when1 the Edith Hollingsworth to L. O.
"
What You Think AND LUNCHNEAR
ried a 740-lb. woman. The man, poor thing, i is now wondering Republican WAS broadcasting every Jones, "That's
Peek to Chester Bigger.
night telling the peop'.o) that they Frances /
where to spend his nights.If the Social "Does Your Heart Beat For Me."
I were against Security SEABOARD! STATION-BERRY MARKET
.
o Act. Clarice Gill to Jimmie Lindsay."No J

you were a Roosevelt booster and want to test your willpower Or was It that the Literary Di Other One..
swollen and the -- Each 50c Spent for Groceries Meat
gest's head got or
just see if you can meet a Landonite on the street with- WE WONDER WHY
it
average man wanted to see
out saying, "I told you so." -uaged down to normal. Grace Green comes In commercial TH world do *rit entitles you to a $2.50 Grocery Order

a Or was it caused by rats stampeding law class every afternoon.
the elephant causing him Everett McKinney is tardy so pan a mss by be- ASK US ABOUT THIS OFFER.A .
Rubber tired tractors with radios are the latest things.
much. it wantsto
to bolt and get where his keepers cause
Farmers are evidently making a last desperate effort to get could not control him? Have always Phillip Manassa was not on the its Becauseifluui'

their boys back on the farm. heard that ONE RAT could honor roll this month.J. -
i FEW SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
__ stampede an elephant. Webster T, Kirkland visits the senior to -2S
0-
RAT is a man that has left
says a
Harpo Marx, the famous blonde chaser of the movies, If this Is then the
I his party. so.
And the Worst is Yet Come--
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Everybody likes a good football game. Men go for the to vote in South Carolina? And If ,-,
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Press reports declare that Iceland has no trees, no rail- judged not by weath, but by ::: ASPIRIN, tOe Box for __ 2c

roads, no army nor navy no fortifications no deficit and no the number of attractively bound "
books he possessed, during the
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An Arkansas man was arrested for stealing a pet skunk. In me were section killed of by huge the Transvaal hailstones -.. ,

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