Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02568
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 20, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02568
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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help employers to
Starke stores will ba closed all A new record for leaving Starke.
DRAWN find needed labor and the unemployed day Thanksgiving Day, November going Into business elsewhere and
to find SEEMS LOST
nounced this week jobs,that was the local an | 26 It was announced yesterday by then moving back here has been set, I

A. L. Alvarez, city marshal! after by Albert Keene, baker, who stayed -
welfare office would be open Mon he had circulated a petition among I In Gainesville about two weeks -

" Council Gives $100 day mornings from 9 o'clock until and Workers local business houses.! Comptroller Goes About and Is now back at his old stand Musi Walt Until Present
12 o'clock to serve as a kind of em- here.
Toward Important ployment office. To He Taxed Although merchants usually I Collecting Money One Has Time to WorkOut
The disagree about closing on other Mr Keene says you can't really
quota of WPA workers
Project filled. It was said, but any private One Percent holidays they are always unanimously I With Vigor appreciate a good town until you Plans
in favor of Thanksgiving. ret away from It and attributed
employer who needs labor is asked Who'd feel lIke after eatIng his return here to high rents In
to call at the office. Those PAYMENTS TO RANGE PAY -
Gainesville and natural love for
[SOUGHT_ FOR SITEThe who need jobs should let It be FROM I $10.00 MONTHLYThe a big turkey.,dinner anyway. TIL NEXT LEGISLATUREThe Starke. PLANNED TO COME IIKUE -
known what kind of work they are say. ... -
much-talked-of central farm- fitted to do. Starke post office has The Telegraph wilt >,*printed on fight against the so-callet Considerable trouble had been I State Comptroller J. M. Lee this)
Just week and all advertisers gone to by the local baker, he havIng -
for Bradford Wednesday next denied that a
. gt market project completed distribution to Chain Store Tax seems to be week emphatically
took a couple of steps forVnrd form every and persons with news torn out his brick oven for. charter for new Bank at
I wmty of business here, employing check-mated for the time being at any
the ten REPUBLICANSMAY copy are requested to turn their the move, and he Is now replacing: Stark would be until
here during past one or more persons, the first east and Comptroller J. M. Lee granted reorganization -
Items inearly not later than It He expect to be ready to bake
for the
blank this plans present
that week
LOSE OUT must be filled out and personally inaugurateda
ftyAt 1U last meeting the City returned to the post office by November Tuesday afternoon campaign to collect: an estimated Bank of Starke had definitely been

Council promised $100 toward the OFFICIAL COUNT SHOWS 21 In compliance with the 13.000.000 past due under the act. today.STERNBERG'S passed on by the Federal Deposit

fI'OJect-$50 to be used on mak- THEY FAILED TO POLL Federal Social Security Act. Al- ARRESTED IN I Inquiry here this week brought I Insurance Corporation In Washing

III down payment on the market 30 PER CENT moat ninety forms were required forth the fact that probably no local 25th ANNIVERSARYPOPULAR ton, D. C.

site and $50 toward gettingthe here It was said. Other towns In THEFT OF PECANSISHAM business firm la paid up entirely Col. Lee's statement was madeto

plans drawn State canvassing board figures the: county will receive the blanks under the requirements of this DRY GOODS STORK C. L. Stockwell, conservator of

district engineer with the for the Nov. 3 general election through their own offices. DAVIS CHARGED law, but some announced their In ESTABLISHED HEREIN the Bank. of Starke, who spent the

X after- showed Republican candidates failed The Federal WITH ROBBING WAIN- tenUous of paying since the fight I first three days of the week In Tallahasnee .
was In Starke Monday old-age benefits 1911N.
conferring with sponsors of to poll the thirty per cent of the system provides for retirement WRIGHT FAIU.XIsham Is over until the legislature meets following the appearanceof

the won project and he promised to popular vote required to make payments from the Government to Davis, twenty-eaeven year again, anyway. Sternberg Is this week celebrating a published statement!' by the
their party recognized under FlorIda Col. Lee served summons Florida National Inc., of -
upon the anniversary Group
twenty-fifth -
draw up a set of tentative plansthat qualified persons, beginning at the old resident of the Lawtey section
could be submitted In order law age of sixty-five. Monthly benefits Is in jail here charged with steal four Tallahassee concerns this of the establishment of his Intention to apply for letters pt-
The statutes provide only nominees week to in his office December I ent incorporating the Florida Bank
appear ;
will from popular dry goods store In Starke.
to get things under way. These range $10 to 185: and ing about 300 pounds of pecan -
might be changed later and of "recognized" political par- will begin to be paid on January from N. D Walnwright's: farm 1- and brinetholr- union The doors were first opened Nov- at Starke.
plans ;;
ThyhA'; ;;
ut not considered necessarily permanent ties shall have their names' printed' 1. 1942. I some time' after midnight Tues records. not compliedwith I ember 11, 1911 and since that time The Comptroller permitted hlm.-

on the ballot. To be "recognized" Under the both the law. the store has become an institution self to be quoted to the effect that -
a party must have candidates who plan employerand day.. The chain store tax law provides well-known throughout this ho believes the bent Interest of
Members of the Business Men's employee will pay a one per Officers follow Davls's! trail
< for
receive thirty per cent of the vote I Increased levies aa well as section. the depositors of the Bank of
Club here were assured that the In either of two preceding general cent tax on the employee's salary from the scene of the theft to 'Ines and possible impilaonment, For one year after coming to Starke and the people of this sec-
District WPA la interested in this during the years 1937, 1938 and north of
Cook's store for
just failure to
elections. grocery pay the taxes. Starke Mr. Sternberfr. had his bus tlon can bo served by reorganizingthe
project that everything: possible State officials and others have 1939. Thus if an employee makes Starke. Employees of the store "The law Is the law and I haveno iness In the building directly across present bank and also stated

fill be done to push it through to declined to discuss for publicationthe $1,200 a year, he must have $12 stated that they had. bought the repealing authority," said the from Darby'a and then moVed to that the announcement of a FlorIda -

wily approval. question of whether Republican deducted be from his wages. This will pecans from Davis about 3 o'clock comptroller."The his present location. Bank at Starke was made.
Business men here are negotiating candidates will be included on future by an equal amount of Wednesday morning. He Is said to public schools are reducednow After coming to Florida from without his knowledge. "Any application -
$12 his and the
with liquidators for the Bradford ballots. total put up by employer have told them hla name warn Hall to revenue from this source I New York City Mr. Sternberg for a charter by the
amount to
County Bank for a twenty- Governor Alf M. Landon, can- collector. The paid tax revenue Increases I and that he was from Baker for their next allocation, and if It I .spent a month In Gainesville, Florida National Dank Interests or

acre tract about a mile north of didate for president, received the until it reaches gradually three County. They were suspicious of Is within my power to produce the where his father had a store, to any other parties will not be con

tarn oa Road 13 for the market largest Florida vote of any Republican -I cent on the salaries in 1949 after per his being out selling pecans at money It will be there for distribution "learn the business." lie kept righton sidered until the Bank of Starke

\ nominee but tailed to poll that time of morning however. and to the schools shortly after "learning the business" for fifteen has completed its plans for reor-
which it will remain the same. The "
lite.THIEVES thirty per cent of the total. The I. took the license number of his automobile December 1. year. after he onened in ganization," Col. Lee said.
tax will be paid monthly.After -
him 78,248 to drove Fund. Are Needed !
ENTER official figures gave the first blank has been as he away. Stark, he said. Reorganization plans for the

249,117 for President Roosevelt. returned to the post office other I Davis was also recognized by The monthly allocation\ to Mr. Sternberg has always had< I bank are now In the hands of the
HAMPTON DEPOT No action on printing names of other people In the store and was schools on the basin of a $10,500.-
forms will be furnished for employees faith in Starke and Bradford Federal Insurance body and approval -
Republican candidates' names on to fill out. soon arrested' by officers at the 000 annual appropriation, la $1- I County, and they, In turn, have always I I Is confidently expected by'Mr.
TAKE TWO PAIRS OF SHOES 1938. 166,000. Two distributions of that
the ballot Is required until home of his brother-in-law. Dutch believed strongly In Stern- Stockwell at an early date.
AND SUIT CASE SATURDAY It Is important that employersbe amount have been made, but Lee ,
at .
Harley. Lawtey.Appointments bet g's. His store was Instantlty The process has been a long and
NIGHT prompt in filling out and return said It would be to collect
HUNTERS of Form SS-4. If the Inform. the chain store necessary taxes to supplythe popular with the trade and has tedious one, be says, but the delays -

Thieves broke Into the Hampton ation is not furnished In time for Made December payments."Approximately continued to grow with the com have been necessary one and
station last Saturday night TAKE TO WOODSGAME I munity. "Nat," as be Is popularly ho asks depositors of tho bank to
nllway the> post office to compile the Information W. B. Alexander, chairman of 3000.000 U I
sad satisfied to make not later than November known, believes that we haven'tHien have patience in view of the fact
were away LAWS TO BE RIGIDLY the Bradford County Democratic past due under this law, he said.
nth two pairs of shoes and a suit- DEPART- 21, the employer!' will have to deal Executive Committee, thIs week "We are going after it just as rapidly anything yet compared with I that everything Is being done to

rase that had been expressed to a ENFORCED MENT ,SAYS with the main offices of the Social announced the appointment of W, aa we can. This Is tho beginning the era of prosperity Into whichwe work things out for their best in

)Hlis Hicks. Security Board. No postage Is required P. Smith and Mrs. L. A. Davis to of the drive. Agents of this are now_entering_ ..A I terest.

The shoes were! from a large Sate of hunting licenses got off In returning Form SS-4 to serve as members of the Congressional office will visit all parts of the --- ---- Announcement of the Florida

lpment coming In to Claude May, to a slow start but picked up laterin the post office--just hand it to the Committee from the Second State during the next few days METHODIST National Group of their proposed

tat from the large variety the the week at the office of County letter carrier, or drop It Into one District. These offices were not and check", up on the various stores. entry!' Into the Starke field came asa

thieves took only two pair. There Judge E, K. Perryman as good of the drop-letter boxes, or handIt tilled In the General Election sinceno I "Thotio who have not paid will I PRESENT PLAYWILL I surprise! lust week since the matter -

*u evidence that they had search snappy weather seemed In prospect in at the post office. one qualified as candidates. be served with notice to produce I had not been generally discussed -
ed the station for money, but failedto for the opening of the season to- I their records at my office If since.. about six months, ago
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find ItCounty lay. Up until noon Wednesday i NEW ARRIVAL, SLIGHTLY TIGHT, SAYS criminal prosecution Is necessaryto : I EVENING SERVICE wnen use uu.imess Men CIUD went
officers said that two eighty-six licenses had been sold. WORDS OF WISDOM IN INTERVIEW I I enforce the payments, we will 'i on record aa favoring the plan of
urged to bear In atari criminal prosecutions through reorganizing the Dank of Starke
omuccesaful attempts were made Sportsmen are I I A Christian play. "Glorified Via-
mind the dally bag limits on all I cooperation with the State attor- rather than allowing a new bank
tie: same night to rob Hampton Ion, will be given Kumlay night,
tores belonging to Vernon Jones game: quail, fifteen; ducks, twen- ; By H. E. LAGERGREN wotta man! I went to view him neys and other prosecuting offi Nov. 22, at 7:30: at the Woman's I to come Into the territory. The \

ma Tom Hagan. ty; turkeys, two; squirrels, fifteen: I shay, ol' fel' whatcher hurry I but was told he had just rounded I I cers. I Club building. This play Is being I general sentiment of the club was

---'------ deer (buck only), one. Lerntne have (hie!) you company.. .up Home hoboes and waa showing I Iem "I am giving my agents definite directed! by Mrs. E. L. Matthews that a local bank with local Interest -
The general hunting season! : in I'm half soused, but con t be bow to clean out a ditchandhe I and emphatic Instructions to get for the Methodist Church. There could best serve the commu-

Show .Samples of Sewing Florida. opening November 20th afraid; it ain't catching. If you the chief of police! Mercy on .. the taxes or take legal action." I will be no preaching at the Methodist nity.The

3. J. Truby. with the WPA of. closes on deer December 31; doves too. are soused, then all the jollier us.Then The gross receipts tax of one- Church Sunday night. This Florida group Is owned by ,

Ice here, recently announced that January 31; and other species of Well, I arrove here the other I went to see the superintendent -j half per cent became due February service la given over to the play In :, Almoura Securities Inc., the pa.

tie wooien engaged in the sewing natlce game February 15.: day. I told the bus driver to put of the light and water 23: when the Supreme Court up- order that the congregation may I I rent Florida duPont organization.
also called to the me off at the best little town on plant. I bad expected to find him .
worn project here have completedwork Attention Is held the validity of this phase of have the privilege of seeing this -
of native his route, and he dumped me here, sitting with his feet on bill desk -
books showing samples of fact that possession the law. It Is payable monthly. wonderful message.
mole of the excellent pieces that game at any time is limited to a saying (hid!) there wasn't a better reading sports news; but I Wall The occupational licenses' ranging There will be no admission MRS. STOCKWELL

ore being turned out here. Ex- two day's bag; of migratory gameto town anywhere than Starke, told that the misguided man was from $10 on a single stole up to charge, and no appeal\ for money. TIES IN EXHIBITLOCAL
I sort of a poet and I don'tlike out pulling moss from Ma .
and that possession m a
a one day's bag; $400 on each store In chains of sixteen :
nples but the
of different seams, pleats regular evening offering
and The of both native and migra the name It rimes with with a long pole. or more were due July 1, ARTIST WINS HONORIN
finishes shown. will be taken.
were be named Uto. I went to the He had
'shark. It should see mayor.
throughfive 1935 for the 1935-34
is permitted year, and NATIONAL ART
books tory game
will be exhibited at different days Immediately following pia, then It would rime with-lem- gone out with his gun. trying to I were due July 1, 193 for the 1936. We extend an Invitation, not only WEEK

places where sewing room proj- season. me see .- myopia Ethiopia-oh find and kill a reputed mad dog. 37 to the Methodists, but to all the
Jie close of the year. They are payable annu
*t* are being; ,conducted.' Sale of is prohibited. h-11. Yes I like this place, and wintry M .the marshal wa too busy I citizen of the community. Come The Jacksonville Fine Arts Society -

,' W MHAMWM.MHMWMM M game carriers cannot receiveor to chisel into some bU In town; began to IIIIk myself If I was drunk. I and bring your friends and be- a : conducted an exhibit last

Dairy Farm"Now Ready Common if r can't' then I'll try strawberrygrowing. It was then' I decided to get soused I ally.CUCUMBER guest of the Methodist Church. week In the Jacksonville Art Federal -
snip game.Transportation .....
, E. V But then I'll have to so I wouli be sure I really was r DEALi ---- Gallery, In observance of: National
Cam announces by
\ ,'manager, as baggage
\that New Cars ShownThe
LeUch's Dairy Farm .is now la __'"" of valid huntIng i OFFERED
those posse pick the berries, far( they tell me It was hard believe that there Mrs. C L. Stockwell, local artist
fcwly tw MTV the public with first licenses la limited as to license. who did local showing within the
I really
succeed.I town officers
childless men don't were exhibited an oil production entitled -
\ntty.! butermilk and sweet milk the hunting sea- GROWERS WILL GET CASH
the eve of few day of the 1937 Chevrolet
On around their duty and then" *ooi I'm a past "Florida. Oaka." A largawater .
F ,
. &Uy. A modern sanitary, barn son the Commission of Game and laW cattle roaming man and have, been brought FOR PREVAILING MARKET and the 1937 Ford have attracted
Ity color of W. A.Carrie .
<< If that was allow painting
tone and steel U ,being thatIt town and asked I PRICE
.now I Fresh Watef Fish announces I must be mistaken up In the belief that a* a matter of large crowd to the Torode and Mrs. Stockwell' production -
ompleted and the plant will soon la maintaining a force of eighty- ed. They told me such mea. must neglectheir i Chevrolet Co. and to the of
:rourse. garage tied for first In the-
around i
for place
be i la first : to secure as there 'was a fence Opportunity a dally cash cu-
order Officer.
das running i
eight Conservation duties and practice graft and I J, W. Andrew., Jr. The new BuIck Mrs.
laws the town and the cows could not cumber market. this spring Is belay \ballots cast by visitors.
Com"ittee; I enforcement of the wildlife game In get!' in. I went to look at the fence '':x>utic*. I went to the office of I offered to Bradford County grow alao l I la now on display at the Register Stockwell I Ia especially fine in the

Serve On for the protection. of. to these men !and say. it's a lulu. I'll teU the ,he local I paper and the editor al-I I ers by the Manhattan Produce: Ex. Motor Co. Both Ford and art of painting Florida sceneryand

T Prank Landrura. mayor, and I Florida. Instruction and then world. There are gape for cows 'sowed, ton to look over his files. :change Inc., of New York, It was Chevrolet have undergone num- flowers, and In Starke manyof

City Attorney M. P Brown have: la, First get the without facts fear or to get In. but they can t find their But damme If I could find a single I learned this!! week. I ,roua change: this year that must her beautiful!' pictures adorn the -

hei appointed to legislative com- enforce the law way out again-s ? tern charging graft or Incompeteny -!! The proposition warn' made known I be seen to be appreciated. The' walls of private home, hotels and

Wttee of the Florida League 01umcipaiitita. favor." ; anywhere. to farmer, here through a \letter appearance of both cars has been public building.
The purpose of the e- I It matter not how strait the gate; I have been to the restaurantsAnd : from H. D. May local representative -I vastly Improved and Ford 1 Ie featuring -I' la the Jacksonville art exhibit

committee! : is to bring municipal Small Roof Blazes I How charged the guard with rail enjoyed the excellent meals I of the company. Under the I a model with a smaller en- the work of Esther Kendall Ward

f--'ls! to the attention of toe 1937 the home of 1! or pole; :first talked Greek to the waiters terms of the deal grower will receive gin that la said to be more economical -I and Marjorie Sharpe tied for second -

** lslture. ,A roof blaze at the fire I w._ 'billy" heifers early, late then Eyetallan.! The pretty young th. prevailing market price j! to operate. One of these place, Mra Thomas D. Cuth- ,

----- Ernie fOwlIng brought ou noon Into the city pound will roll. ladies looked puzzled and asked if teach, day in cash for their cucura-.j models\ ha* not yet been received tie president of Jacksonville Fins

department shortly after Say. why dont you write to the' I could speak English An.1 not [ ben Tae deal ,.,Wto through I here. The TonxJe Chevrolet Co. Arts Society, announced

( Births Monday. The fire was quickly extinguished I military board of strategy in Wash, a stogie barber here is named Tony. j providing aa many a. 200 acre are I sold the first car It received and --- -

', Mr and Mrs. Charles Jenkins. by the use of about chemicaU 2:30: D. C.. to come here and study that This! is) the only American town in I j clan ted; seed to be advanced by I has been uaable to get another so r lioll Call Progresses flI

, t.trk boy.; November 8. Thursday afternoon fence In our next war, wit' America.: t the company. far. The truck U the only model
kr and Mrs. Sylvester Prevail.u clock the fire truck waa again j j; Jap Rooshians, communists or Where I comr from. If you ak I I, It will be the same kind of dally j I they have on display at the present I I The first week cf the annual:: Red M

9Vtey, boy November 8. called out to extinguish a bluing I! between ourselves! such fences. for information they tell you, I cash market that ha* bei-n an suc-I time. Croat Roll Call has ended with a

Mr and Mrs. Perry Paul Law- roof on the home of Mr. and Mrs I i with. aU their gaps baffle dead- "Ask no quustti.ns and you will be I 1 ceMfully conducted: at AJachua.I I e--- largo! number already reported

Wv', girl, November 16. Mat ;Morgan on N. Church Street. end chutes (blot!) and what have told no lie Here you question ;I I Gainesville, Fairfield ui4 Brooks- paying their dues and workera atill!! <

Mr. Morgan la an employee of the : you. would: put the enemy In "much are answered la a courteous man- I I vlll. Growers dallver their cucum- I Union Votes Wet making every effort to put Bradford flj

Finds Colorful SnakeA State Prison Farm.Marriage admired disorder" a* Shakeape.re ner and allis no attempt at guying. ,I ben to the market where they are I Cur neighboring Union County, {: County "over the top' this,

I _--- i has It. and bag 'em like raU In a You lack a sight. o/ being city-,I, packed and Traded and paid for in In an election: held Tuesday became year: F. t""'. Stump, down town fl
small snake resembling a cor- Licenses i fled but I thlc' ) I don't hold that CUll at the highest prevailing market tile in : chairman of the drive, said this H
forty-eighth county
JJ nike was brought to our office trap.Talking I readyour agilnat you Yea, my linea have i i ; price. weed that due may be left at -flfl
about city pound. Florida to legalize the sole of Intoxicating -
er Is week by L. O. Jones. a farm- \: County Judge E K. Ferryman cod-hlc( !) Wed city ordinance teen cost: la pleasant: places; here Growers, who are interested in liquor The vote wa ', I! wnp's Store or the Dunk of M

was living near Starke. This snake I I h-s recently \issued the following *. I found the word "marshal" areafew- I JkU deal should communicate\ at ,302 wet to 132 dry. The nineteen Stark .. . Be
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harmless, however, as his noses marriage licenses: hundred and twenty times ru stay here through | once: with: Mr May. i! remaining dry counties In the state' -
7** red. The coral snake and ThelmaWynn. \ one thick. ___ _
deadly Broughton marshal through I e---- Food Sale Saturday W
*ae Carl by actual count, The I Pr.: Bradford Alachua. Cay: De-
a black nose.Kingsley \ of Graham. October 31.Belle must, besides attending to his regular Though my old friend may c&111 j t To Represent Strout Solo, Gucla'Jen! ma-.Jo, High The LodteV AuxilIary of St i''
Laura ihic'Go '
Earl Prevatt and police duties. bit city engineer, me a J, I.,!. Yantz local contractor lands Holmes Jackion, Jefferson, Mark' Episcopal! Church w" car H8r.
November 1, to bed at dark.
Lake ChurchThere Converse. Lawtey, Marguerite poundmauter traffic cop tax collector rise with the larkWouldn't baa just received: hi* appointmentto Leon. Liberty Mr.natee Madison, duct a food sale Saturday: ftt"e Bg

wUl be services at the jasper SaulJ anJ 12. sanitary Inspector, Jailer' And that auht: you city folk I handl the Strout Realty Agen- Polk. Santa Rosa, Wakulia Walton noon In front of the ra4fo: :4 fil

J--Ksley Lake Baptist Church I' John Starke November and Mary Lou everything except preacher man forI alck! 1 i -:y toe Cradfortl County, I.;:jj Wuahingtoa.. Hardwire Co. <51: '

rr diy= at 10:30: o'clock. The Rev. Truby Hodge 18. the Holy Rollers. WotU '\
I"t>ii Eohannan will preach. Tillman. Brooker. November I tyr

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=- m -- \V. MOSELEY "Florida Zephyrs" a-
'. generally spoken of everywhere asPlorida'a appeal for money. food and chil- ty at Lakeland Miami or Pensa- GEORGE I speed. tt
Is cola. George W. Moseley. 74 died last In Buses
Greatest Charity" dren's wearables all through the Newest The
: H nuge deflctt of over Friday afternoon at his home near I Introduction 1.1 t i l'
I critical gltuauon, and is Those who cannot give money or
nine thousand l dollars, the Chil facing a State Heilbronn Springs. He Is survivedby I equipment should .ilt.t t

dren's Home Society of Klou.la! making an urgent 'rhankaglvlng Every family In Florida that can who desire to give more than mon- two daughters, Mrs. Emma I Determined t o keep' Florida tourist travel to t ti I ,

; --- : possibly give even the smallest ey are urged to send In anythingthat Thomas of St. Petersburg and Mrs. I abreast of the best in modern bus through a well plo,I ,

amount la urged to send in a contribution children from wee babies up to Corty Griffis and one son George' transportation facilities, the Flor- advertising grog, till
of of Starke. ida Motor Lines have added a fleetof Motor Lines are g 1\ ,"
of sixteen years Moseley
CROP AND LIVESTOCK LOANSAT in money to the Treasurer boys and girls enjoy. Do- Funeral services were held at 3 the newest and latest in buses publicity thl'OUII\llIj'\ ,,,

of the Society, 40 Buck lan age. can eat wear or afternoon near for operation this winter on all where travel bUll' 111-

5 Pet. INTERESTSEE Building Jacksonville, or to one : nations of canned I goods, preserves o'clock Lawtey. Saturday The Boree Funeral Home main lines In the state. The new report greater Intl" .._'

of the three branches of the Socie staple provisions! fruits, vt'getariwiliiS was in charge of arrangements.Pall buses known an "Florida Zephyrs' before.
--- I lire chasslsless body and frame: in ---.
-- Clem-
were: Louis
bearers one, made of steel 1 and a new alum-

l ons. Ed demons Walton Clemons, i inum alloy of steel strength but Slit,. Lola Mae ZIFf Leet .
RVi STATIONWe Bob Crawford E. M. Hutch and R. *, ", .. ,?
much lighter in weight.

? (Gainesville; Production Credit Ass'n. A. Blanchard. The motor is amidships, with a Mr. and Mrs. R I r: ,

Handle Cold Drinks-Standard Gas bles. meats chickens ducks pigsor drive shaft only sixteen inches Henry Shaw vn-I

turkeys will be warmly welcomed long eliminating noise and vibration Starke Friday.Mr. .

"FARMER OWNED"i and Oil-Atlas Tires, Tubes and Batteries. : at the Headquarter's Receiving The new job is completely air- nnd Mrs. ('. s K >

25CO: ; Riverside Ave., Jack- condltioneJ. Individual windows awing t
I Home congratulation' ,iI.
i 318 E. Main St., S., Gainesville, Fla. BUS STATIONBEASLEY'S sonville, or at the Branch Receiv- which slide instead of raise per- -Ival of a son born \\ ,,

ing Homes In Miami. Lakeland or mit no-draft ventilation. Equippedwith November 11.

Pcnsacola. Children's outer and new modern type air brakes Tommy Reynolds, ,>t .
under garments particularly the new bus can be stopped in less spent the last of thi.. .,.e ;

Phone 60 sweaters coats, suits stockings or space than the best equipped prl- with his brother Lest I

COUNTY AGENTS OFFICE Starke Court House winter wear garments will be Mr and Mrs. Iv II i

._ _._--_._----_._ greatly appreciated. a'1'1'I'F:41: F\T OK 'run. OWM-.H. Wesley Dyal of Grahn;: r
-_ ---- r111P. >1'%..'ra:'..." .'. rillfl !.<%- cent visitors of Mi, .. ,
_______ ... -- djj '%'I4I'i'('.. MKIll: IHRI> HV TIIK: t t1' an. \ '
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\(" 0'" tONOHKM: !*!! OP Al'tJlS'Ia4. !
IIMJ.or : ,
p.ruclfiird County Tli frrnph pub- 'i
ll-lii-d weekly at fttarke, Fla. for
,. 19\6.:)
TURKOLOGY Slate of Florida' )... ,
f,unity of Bradford Now
Itcforu me, a notary In and for the Only a \
hate' and county nfor.Hii1d, per oll- I :
ally appeared I 13 I.l Matt hewn, who .
having\ l been duly worn according Penny a Tablet
to law d>poeM and says. that het
the owner of the Bradtold'Hunty
TlKraph and that the following! Into ,
the ......lot his knowledge, and he- for FastHEIHACHE
WINNERS lief a true statement of the ownership. -
.| management", etc, of the aforemild ,-
publication for th. data Known
In the above caption required by I
the Act of AiiRUKt 24 1913 embodied! I
,n fiectlon 411 PoHtal Laws and. i Get Qulck'DissoMng Goye ;
IteRiilatloiiM. printed on the revemcof
this form to-wit: Aspirin Now Without I'I'I
1. That the names and aildrenBen.
"f the publisher editor managing I Thought of Price
.editor and business! managers are::
I'tiiUlKher. E. L. Matthew, Starke,
Fla. In 2 Seconds by G
Killtur. E. I. Matthew. Ftalke,
Flu Stop Watch / X
S. That the owner IN: fit owned I "';
first annual TurUology Content '"*>' H c'poratlon Its IIUIIIH. and arlilit'NH In i aoeond br itot V 1
The Telegraph's I, meet be HtiifeU 1 1nd ales ImlU".Iutt..ly wairh a eeaatae .
t I thereund, **! the numex andiddrevHeH I It\\Ell "...Irla tablet ( q
. THE WINNERS I created. more Interest and canned more good of stockholder owning or ; .*-!'(' ttt d'minlc'Ial..rid 1 f v
nnMling one per cent or more of toil ft to work. I'rop [ .
lun than we pier ilrenmed ofVe rerehrd more amount of Htock. If not owned U".>vr Aspirin tftblol In. Ilo \I/' ''
II)' it+ corporation, chi names and urii.tMpiuH a if'tat at we.... llr *
in the first day of the content of the \Ilid I\'Iduiil ow here i'i
tti.ui thirty answers time pine It hid the but. "
Miss Clara Louise Peek Starke iiuixt,, he Driven." If owned' by a firm I It
.. other unincorporatedi rum at |Ii sinsIt' I ia \ i
anj one person wait. kept bury on the tele- >. .i"till h i.. ''hit.any its or ,mane, and addrenH, an dlllntnxrallul. What IIhapport '
well chose of each Individualneinber. In Ih'l I'IIM' I (
,. Miss Mary Car ova, Starke phono almost all day unHwei-lng' Inquiries from + RH,. must lie given.) I hipiwiu la yourYou -J
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I 10: I.. Matthews. Starke, Fla. ""'
tliote working on the piuile. \\e are worry that :3 I. That the known bondholder,.
El.IffaueeN/ and' ofhererueitl' hold-
i' 1'UnKEYVII.I4 HE PUE- everyone could not win, but tie plan to make i I. owning or holdlnw, 1 per cent or. I
THE PRIZE more of total amount of bonds cnn now get Genuine HAVER
uoi'iKHKen, or oilier gecurltlea are: I ASPIRIN for virtually I lr (table
SENTEI TO THE WINNERS AT THETELEGRAPH l this Turkolofry Contest on annual event, and an It Hank of Hlurke, Ma ike. Fl.i.. at nny drug store in the CTwotuildmennowinattl s
;, 4, That the two paragraphs next
O'CLOCK grows. In popularity, we may be able to gUe 'ilMiM-, giving the nameii of the own- -net I
; OFFICE AT 10 in, stockholders, and necurlty hold- tin for ;; 1 this new pael.age. :
21. away more and more turkeys each >ei NOVEMBER hold-
MORNING f HtockholderM and security
quality of the real Bayer urticlt!
r e, a. they appear upon the book. :
i>f I the company but also, In cageHwhere now without thought of price. '
I the .stockholder or security Do this especially if you wan ,
holder appears. upon the book. o( "
the of quick relief from aba.,
the .tni'iatiy. UM trustee or In any means
ether, fiduciary relation the name headache neuritis or neiiralei
i>f the perxon or corporation for pains. Remember, BAYER ASPIRIN
whom such trustee,, IK acting, In frlvMI works fast. (Note illustration
," : sled' that the said two paragraphs -
contain statements embracing above.)
t' afrianfH full knowledge and belief And ask for it by its Ml: mm -j
BM to the clrcumtance and conditloiiH BAYER ASPIRIN not b) thd.
under which stockholders alone when youl<
and Hecurltv holders who do not appear name "aspirin"
upon the ImokK of the company buy. Get it next time you \ oouquick n
an trtiHteeH, hold stuck and ecurlMeM relief.
In a capacity other than that oft "R
t OKOCKIl IKS-ME ATS COMPLIMENTSSTARKE : buns fide owner: Nod thin afflnntha \
KEEP: YOUR FOOD FRESH no "season to lielleve that any 15&: .011
.ther pernon, association, 01" cor.iniatl / A IDOZENI + 1
I..n has any Interest direct or
ndlrei t I In the nald stark, bands. or I \ "
CO.CONORTfLATES thcr MVCIII'Itlen than as HO stated "ULL'51O '
STARKE ICE CO. 1I"H and I- MATTHRWH.St Kiihccrlhed, : Iteforcii" Virtually ".-

thN 14 du) of NnvemiiHi. 1'1.:0: I lea tablet .

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Bradfo.rd County High School Journal

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loL' ----- -- -- ---- -- -- - r.\KKK .'UutIH.\, nun \\ SotIInH: 20, 1113t M MIlKIt TK.VBEST

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ciTOKI\L STAFF Student Gov't. Holds (I'OMMEKri STl'DENT I' p

T.O TO KNO\V1II.E, TENN.Mr I Waldo Girls Who Went Where !
iR-lN-CIIIEF< I !\

I VI A FUG ATE Weekly Meeting Benson Is planning to tuke Ii i' Defeat B. H. S.

two Seniors to Knoxville, Tennessee Mr, iinil! Mio. Henaon uocompaby \ \ ELEMENTARY ECHOES 11.
.KKARY; EDITOR The Student Cooperative Government Waldo nlt',1 tht .laughter" spent theweekend \
during Thanksgiving week : defeatn Starke 23-23./
UE Tallahassee-.
High School |
UAH I held Its end to attend the Southern Business i The girls playr.i their first bas 1
? ? IETY EDITOR day, November meeting last Mon Teachers Convention. He expects ke-tbnlljamt" Friday .fternon with Mm'({met Hair: a former student
2 In
:! KILLINCWORTHtXI'HANCE : ter's Mrs. Carpen to select the boy and[ giil who Waldo here' with the first line-up 1 of B H S spent the week-end .

yu>RnI The room. have the highest scholastic averages Starke held high score 3-3 In Slarke with Frances Pevk She 1 Sixth Grade History 5th. Grade Begins
EDITOR meeting was called to order Is having to her studies
In postpone I
by the High School commercial The second quarter the score Study of Florida
president. Notebooks Progressing
Ovid Lewis. I
MCMILLAN at school on account of her health. I
The eligible for consideration went 9 to 7 In favor of Waldo; withexcellent
following committees gave We hope that Margaret" will be

SPECIAL REPORTER'LOIS reports: mercial students candidates who must will be com have I third quarter playing Waldo at led the 17-12.end of the able to resume her studies noon.We \ The history clasped of the sixth We have begun the study of

JUDD Manners and Morals the of Florida In hlav-
Committee grade are made Interesting by our geography
completed six credits have two new students In
In that department Starke made its best the
-Patsy Edrnondson. plays lesson and We read from
andFrances keeping of notebooks. Knelt: tory rending'
"riLEXDAR; OF EVENTS This commitee has adopted a upon graduation. If this I laat quarter. Everyone woke up our school Pnuline Jordan la made clear) by written notes, 'Stories of Florida" for reading
trip proves successful. Mr. Benson and began to Jordan from Miami They
25: play ball. 1" lmondI
November <
Biionday -
pledge which Is notebooks and the In
: "We aim to make I questions and anawent The use supplement ourgeography
hopes! to make this an annual event son and Brown did hard are residing out on Kingstay Lakeroad
Glee Club some play
(Girls all
Junior of our talks as brief as possible am miule attractive by their books and also a book
as a reward to I about two
students six
Government. in outstanding ingringing goals (two that nnd the culled of Florida.\ I'man
Student Interesting and pleasing covers of colored paper, by "History
In Bradford were free to make the girls feel at home.
County shots) This
November 26 High was the
ItlKsdav manner. Illuatratlons In keeping! with the re we will lenrn some very Interesting
School Mrs. Benson will act best the have Miss Hinson teacher at B. H. S.
Journal Club. as game girls played In
| B H s Contest and Scholarship Committee people ami age being studied. things about our state
November 27: chaperone on the trip I a long time. Zell Collins Is Captain spent Sunday afternoon In Gainesville
litfdncsdav\ -Louree Howard. I Marie and I The eaily Greeks and Romans J. M. Allen visited our room last
of the team. Zen Collins and
Thanksgiving! Program 2:15: to Slogans and Mottoes CommitteeElla -- I have been the center of Intereat Friday He has been In Trnnes

300: n'clock.Iflmredav I- Mae Manning. I B. H. S. Boys Win Hawthorne We shall In have Hawthorne a game Friday with Alberta Juanlta Hinaon Barefoot! accompanied spent Thurs her. \' for the past two week During see In a C. C. C. Camp and m>

: November 28: Cheer Up Committee had levernl to
--Miriam this time Borne exceptionally good Interesting things
With Score 33-t tj. night November 20 at 7-30: We day In Jacksonville.
{ Thanksgiving Holiday. Guy. I pictures have been druwn. Among tell us) about his' work.
I'' Movember 29: I are going to try to play a good Jean Davli and Margaret Lowry
ftidti School Spirit and Pep Club them were drawings of Greek wnrilors Kathleen: Stockwell brought to
1, UP tcnoolJIESTIONNAIRE. Committee--Katie Fugate. j. The boys team defeated WaldoI game play fair.- spent Saturday In Jacksonville. In armor Greek ships and the room a beautiful hand painted
-. Flag Committee-Ovid Lewis. I team 33 to 11 Friday Nov 13 In I!'LAW-TEy"'S-CHOOL I' Marlon Dowllng spent the day In chariots Roman bnrlul urns Etruscan picture of a scene near OrmomtBeach.

;. CONTEST Program Committee--Dot Bishop spite of the fact Waldo shot seven i Orange Park Sunday. chariots, and Roman ships, We added this picture to

IN C'O I\IERCI\L: CLI'B I, goals to our three. There were I] NEWSMr. Jenell Hutchinson spent Sunday Among those who have drawn our collection of Florida ocencs.Wa .

The "commercial Club met Thurajy Inter-School Relations Committee no stars on our team yet all 151l I II In Gainesville exceptionally good pictures are: hail a history teat thin last

I; 'D m Study Hall. A business --Rosa Mae Rowe. l, players showed themselves to ad- | and Mrs. Otto Sllverer of L. C. Smith spent Sunday in Armila Tompklnn, TIU'lmll'Inn] week Mrs. Hart brought a new
\ was conducted and a All vanta e. The leading Moody Bible Institute of Chicago,
meting! committees have been doing i Gainesville nlng Retliu Gelger. Margaret SilI poalrr to class lust week (t la on
content was given. were: Quarrels 10 points. Brown 6 are traveling Florida, sponsored
splendid work.
Julln Frances
Students from the Florida State cox Kthel Gatlln, "The Slory of Wheat" and gives)
pirtlcipants in the contest were --0-_______ points. The Waldo team was lighter !' by Calvary Baptist. Church New College for Women visited home I Stewart, Sara Barefoot and Gloria several Intemetlng things about
Ftigate. Billy Long Harriet I than the B. H. S. but York City. The Lawtey School WHS
Katie BASKETBALL; tJIKLS II.\\ KUOOI boys play this week-end were I.oln Adkins Uuford. raising wheat.

:: Benson Myrtlce Klllingsworth and )> "SPONSORS' A N I) ed a fine, clean /game especially on j favored by a visit from Mr. and and Arlene Lungheutt were the -- -- --. Howard Manning Donald Hag- ::

\. R"'eli :Vogel. Scores were made NEW UKESSINO KOOM the defense, This In the second Mrs. Silverer on Thursday morn-
of and Mrs. A. Z.
I' guests Judge Armistice Program well and Kllsu Green were Hick and
I. uQII' vis Roswell Nogel 3 out of I game of B. H S., the boys having Ing. They addresued the student I Ailklns. Lois and Arlene went to, unablo to coma to school lust Frlay. -

I IBFuga' Long, 3 Vj out of 7. Myrtlcewirth. The girls have been very fortunate I played the LaCrosse Town Team a j body In chapel and sang several Jacksonville\ Saturday with Mrs. Tuesday Afternoon, .

\ J\1U1ng\ 4 to out of 7, Katie In raising money to buy their I| practice game Nov 5, defeating' songs. :Mr.: Silverer also gave a Long and Mrs. CarIll'nter.fur.! -

' out of five Harriet Ben- suits. There has been about $60 LaCrosse 18 to 10 I talk to the ninth grade In the his itlaoAMHIT1ON I Olin While Jr Reporter.Mra. .
jorlc Stump was visiting home Our Armistice Program began
Hart Tonrhcr
Ii' 101I : nit I -- by all Ringing America This was ..... ..
I --- -- -- ,
'I --.-.. .to receive their suits In a LIIIK\KV BOOKS BF.INO Otto, the Great of Germany and '
. followed tht Lord'lI Priiyt-r and '
tt\\R YOU THE TIME: ? short while; the book has' already I ICKMODELEI': ) IN SCHOOL greatly enjoyed the talk on that I by 1'1If( 1J CAU\H": NEWS
I .
come to select from We are hop-i Interesting country. Ambition lias been deflnexl aa the the Flag Salute MlsH Buddlngton'x Room
A nrjtv! 13 the man or woman i The student-librarians are going \ I habit of mind that at rives to excel Tho first number on the pro-
Ing to have them by the second We have a new pupil this week
tto 'ix>k time In the face bold over the books In the B. H. S. Library lira Plummer President of P' This habit may be good or bnd grant was a sketch\ "What Is Armlatlce
name Is Katie Maude Easter
game. T. A. Mrs. A E. Edwards and Mra.Lonnle .
imiiraid. Most of us are the numbers de-I "
ino I cataloging pending on the objective.) Day? by five pupils. from
We have been having some excellent Futch went to Jacksonville ling, and fine came from Ocoee<< ,
luhed *n this self-imposed taslcmstei practice and hope to win and making many needed repairs I and It Is commendable to aim your Walnwrlglit's room. This wan Florida, Wo are planning a PIU
Saturday purchased
until lose all of the books.
we sense on
every game possible. During practice five books for the primary and ambition to do better In every followed by a poem "Our Flag"from I trim scene for our new standtablo.
direction When we are young Mat tile Hemingway chairman of Minn Illnnon ami, Miss
at noon Grace Arwood and elementary grades bringing the way Thin week we made the Pilgrim
re are constantly longing for the Doshia Smith have done some the Librarians la In charge of this I number of books up to the state A boy or girl who strives and 'dlngton's rooms. The next Blltl-I men and boys.

Ume when we can be free of the splendid work. Several of the others campaign and Is doing well with standard school. has the ambition to do her or his on the program was an A .
requirement for a --- --- .
probationary period of youth and It. best at all times always comes out Song and. I'oem by the three \
have done some good work also. We have a new member In our Crushed until are uned for
when we are old we are constantly i ra.JC'8. The fourth number
Every girl Is very much pleased All students are expected to cooperate faculty Miss Guthrie, of Palmetto at the top of the ladder. ond smelling salts In India.
backward to de- ;
looking the lost I in this movement by returning Ambition Is one of the many wan "America Acrostic" by seven
Miss and
with our coach Maxwell i 1 Flu.. Miss Guthrie Is from the ,
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ligtiu of childhood. We are like she seems to take great interest I booksk that are out and by |I University of Tampa. This will I character traits which Is very essential boys and girls from MlHH lI11zen'sroom. NOf'M' !]

the old mountain woman who lived In the girls. i taking care of the books when the be her first experience in teaching to the manhood nnd womanhood This was followed by a pun- .Natlrfl In hereby KIVHI to all debt-
In t the mountains of North Carolina. I of a country.A tomlne, the story of "Ja<:qlles the in, iini] rrtulltora nf the cnlatn of
With Miss Jacobs and Mrs. repairs are completed. I but from the good reports we get AtiMtlii Cnry ilifrttanitil., to file jrour
Her country home was surrounded Beasley sponsors and with their of the fifth, grade, we are sure she I person who has no ambition Red CroHlIlJug' from Mrs. Hobel'ts'room. lulinn UKnlitHt tli.. nnlil .Main. with !
by a grandeur of beauty whatsoever Is no help to any one. The last' number on tho I lh. lluniiraltle N. K. l'..rry m n.
splendid ideas, it has been possible 8th. Grade Starts need anticipate no trouble. Ciiiinly, JII<|K" of llrutirnnl County, '.
produced by the lofty mountains for ua to raise the money for our I or any thing surrounding; them. program was some pantomlnes by "Kmrliln wllhln olxht monttiM from
Hut seemed to touch the sky and Writing Contests The Fifth Grade enjoyed a trip One good ambition la to do well the fourth grade. The first one ilut of flmt publication of this nolle
suits. to old St. Augustine on Armistice or Hulil claim will l>.. barred
the deep valleys that cradled rivm i Battle Scene. Second a
whatever do. Such ambition was a *
Mrs. Beasley has gene ahead and you by luw nnil In pay all n..btN owlnir
of silver on their way to the i ilei. Day. They came back thrilled from arouses interest and throws life Into Nurse and Soldier. The third one\the ...Htat tn tho uiulvrnlfrneilJonrKD .
taken Interest in the girls dress Claude Norman representing a tour of the city having visited ( K. C'ary, Ailtn'r.
A traveler stopped to drink i whatever undertake.My was a Bed Scene The fourth one
ing room. The county has given our room on the Armistice pro the Indian Burying Ground, the you llll.lt.11.4"t.. Dora, Kl.rurhvclm .-
llua| of the refreshing apple cite estimation of an ambitious was Liberty. Mr. Gray then made
us cloth to put up in front of each gram Tuesday afternoon, gave a old Fort Marlon the oldest house
that was kept in the cool announcements; After thin
Is who alms to be some
person one a
locker ao.it will make it more con reading on "Code of the Flag". and other attractions and vtalonet
iprtig house, and while enjoying thorough honest and useful citizen we sang some war songs led by
venient for the girls. With all the
to the utmost, the delicious flavor Miss Jacobs has promised a themselves in this fascinating old : and to make his country a better Mrs. Klncald and Mrs. Biggs. Malaria
from Mlsa Maxwell 666
cooperation beautiful certificate of writing to city In its early days. .. ..
drank In the beauty of the hills. and II ,.a
happier place.Disappointment Ida Lulu Davis, Reporter
Miss Jacobs and Mrs. Beasley we I
their hand
Turning to the old lady he said: all pupils Improve _. A A_
.I.tr. McCracken it must be glorious expect to have a first class team. writing by the end of the year. We Jean Edwards, Patsy Lee Roberls -'
'to be able to enjoy the beau- -- are starting writing pads to keep Opal Peele and Ralph Dar In TA '.IIJTt! fl... *.?
ALVM'! KfOSU Hr.ri.rk... MUROPB
tT of ''he mountains whenever you Answer to fJuewn Who? our work In Some very interest ley attended the circus In Jacksonville Bradford H! School Mills! Kitty Ilogsed, Teacher Ml..,*>

are to look out of your window." Bob Long. ing ones have been made with oilcloth last week. The first unit of our "Mode I Try ""..-IIJ'-TI.-\Vorhl'1.1.1..., Bra*

"Well to tell you the truth replied --.- -- covers. All of us are practicing Patsy Lee Roberts was shopping Store" has arrived and we have a

Mra McCracken, "I stay so INTERESTING EVENTS making ovals and figure in Jacksonville on Armistice Day. All this bad weather that we complete "peanut stand." We are

busy that I forget they are there. We have been having some eights with the arm movement. Mrs. Edwards Mrs. L. H. FutchMrs. have been having Is quite a trial Improving our Number Work by

I Inevei see them." good basketball games at noon This is rather hard at first but H. C Kelly, and Miss' Luclle II but this week we have had to purchasing peanuts and by making

And so It Is with us.Ve live in each day by both boys and girls. we must win those certificates! I Plummer went to the circus In smile many times harder than ever I i change. 151lI..t.lllhl1C

Grace Arwood is one that we We are starting booklets In Math I Jacksonville. before. If you don't know how I New number workbooks have
l world filled to the brim with
have noticed especially. How she also. These will be filled with various The Lawtey School Faculty attended hard that I In to do Just try It some been ordered and we are all lookIng -

and beauty but we are too occupied I does fly over the couit and get l' mathematical problems and Teachers Association In time. We didn't know It was so ,I forward to their arrival.
see it. are constantly that ball! We hope that Grace put on display. Starke. hard to do either until this past I We have started our Thanksgiving ..It. 1'1.1.' ..
looking ahead to some joyous event ..1..... ......t.pl."IJ' .
that is to in the future. I keeps up the good work. Send us some news and we will Roger Peele of the first grade attended week when they told us that we nrt work, We are going to t......

happen Several rooms! stairs have write more next week. the circus In Jacksonville were not going; to get the new study about the Pilgrim boys and ..,.. AI'. ,OUI.
The interim is used for marking up ...... ,..
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Loraine Stockwell. last Tuesday school that both the
t-'me!' moment been made attractive this past Mary Monday. morning ilgh building/ glrht. ..ou... ,
Then when the big I week. Reporter.BlOCiltAlMIV the first period was uned for Roger pupils and teachers have dreamed -- -.

(t Ome* .wen though It proves satisfactory Mlia Marjorie Benson will spend! .- to describe the sights he saw. and hoped for mwny, many years. "SrXONO: NK\VS

It passes all too quickly. the week-end with her parents OFAKLIE Junior Crews and J. B Dixon of Years ngo the pupils ani') tenchem Mr.*. Biggs Teacher

And thus we miss the keen and Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Benson, in SrO.MIOLT/ the second grade are III.I start ed dreaming and hoping An Thanksgiving DAY .In up-

ntlsfying delight that may be en.rl'ed Starke. This is her first vacation A studious and most promising I The third grade has a new pupil hat one dny Bradford County prottchlng, we arc beginning In I

through serene unhurried from school in Tallahassee. citizen was born to Mr. and Mrs. ,' Mildred May, of Kentucky.We would get a new high school buildng. j study the living habits of Indiana

WtU.ii'atlon.W Many students expressed their H. A. Sponholtz on January 29: are very sorry to give up In the past few years It has and the Puritans. We will make

complain that there are so idea of the Armistice Program given 1919 Ira the western state of Minnesota I Corrie Lee Dlnkins from the seventh been dreamed and hoped for more booklets about them. Wo will not ...
!:Iany things we should like to do Corrle Lee has han for It has been needed.
last week by saying "It was the In the small townof Hokiih. grade. a gift ever forget what. Thanksgiving really
It we 'nly had the time. The book and best that the After Arlie was about two years for- -!'ii>reHHlnflr herself In EncrlishIn : worse than ever before. The school I stands for.

*e thcught of reading the music school most impressive has ever had." of age ho moved to Ruses Kansas.It : a ;way thai if It is. cultivated; gets more pupil each year and of .--.- --

we have longed to enjoy the cre- Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter and Mrs. seemed that Arlle traveled very we believe she will make a writer ourne Is more crowded this year The python and moat other reptiles

atl\'I'. work that we have often enjoyed a trip to Valdosta, much when he was very young for The P. T. A met on Tuesday afternoon than ever before. It Is true thai are hatched from eggs..

<* .:nee'!
rompl.Jhed In the time that we Dollar Streamline1 I and started on his way to Florida. of Interest to the school. Perhaps Ihe sides of the building but even

Per'1' trtplalnlng to ourselves and Rexall the "Million Train," and were guests ata On the way to Florida he vinited inTulla the most Interesting were pi.ins for I hat doesn't give u.i enough room. And the Worst is Yet to Come--

'he dow much we have to doM luncheon and dinner given by the Texas for a month He experienced Christmas and the program for the This year a new building has .- .. .

'now little time we have. If on the train i one of the greatest thrills Christmas entertainment. been all that hlll1 been talked of
United Drug Company :
all 1 the little "tag-end" moments also attended the South of his life when his father bought The program given on Armistice and everyone thought that this .

Ibal i have been frightened away They Fair while In Valdosta. a 1922 Chevrolet.It Day was voted much the beat of year we would mirely get a new .

to restless day dreaming could be' Georgia Math Dorothy Norman and I was a very fortunate day for the session so far There was a I high school building but the other -I

wed m doing some of the things In Bell Bennetl made A-plus. Bradford High School when the election from each grade. The day all the dreams were shattered .

that we really want to do what a Carrie good In'' Sponholtz family decided to settle program wa us follows: forever because we aren't going
considered very -
iwgeous time we might have. That class.Is Next comes A, the ones I down and bought a country home Community singing, led by Mrs. to gel the new building. II

Have you ever studied the very our Marlon Crews. .' at Hellbronn Springs for It provided Wall. The elementary department Is --
made A are ,
'"uv person who seems to have I who Bertice Silcox and the senior class with one of Its An Acrontlc "America" by the going to get a new ten-room build- --I IJ -

tilDe for everything? What Is her : Othma Haynes Davis.THOUGHTS. I most outstanding characters and first grade. Ing and of course we are very glad

teeret. In my opinion, It is this. Buddy ._ willing workers. A pageantby the 8th and 9th I for them but we. really feel as --

She gets full value of her time FOB THE WEEK Arlie didn't start to Bcnool until I grades assisted by Mra. Wall. though we need the building ---

ume: she does not waste it in I chin up! Nothing is I he was eight years of age but "The Voice of the Flag," by the wroae than they do. I

wrymg over the mistakes of yes- Keep your! because of his abilities he began second grade. Now If you don t think that Is i

terday or the bridges of tomorrow I Impossible makes his own ship In the third grade at Heilbronn "The Making of the Flag" by hard to smile through we advise

Each man Springs. He attended school there the 3rd grade."A you to try.lt some time but we do

Living In the past Is not condu- wreck! walk past failure! for six years after which he started song for Flag Day" by the lope that your dreams will\ never be

rve| to happiness. Either we compare Learn to in opinions, to high school at Bradford. Arlle fourth grade. shattered as ours were about get

the joys of yesterday with Be up-to-date of the times your In your Is the president of the senior class Piano solo "The Wayside Chap .' ting a new high school building. .

the ones of today to the dlsad- but ahead which Is a great honor to place on I el," by Patsy Lee Roberts. /

vantage of the latter or we dwell Ideals! well to think well; It li any student. He Is also the president "America for Me," by the Fifth I I I FIFTH GICADE NEWS'

upon old sorrows and humiliations It Is of the Commercial Club. Grade.A We hve two new pupils In our

Umi can never be removed from divine to act well.la not the end of Arlle Is planning to attend the play called, '''ThORe Who Fol room this week. Virgil and Junta

OUr consciousness by such contemplation Happiness Is.-H. W Beecher. University of Florida to take up lowed" by the sixth grade. Jordan from Miami. We are glad

Living In the future la not life: Character Business Administration. I am An address on. :"Armistice Day" to have them In our room.

conducive to happiness because it SPEAKS sure Arlie will be successful In this and Its meaning by Mr. Benson Our room bought four new books

IIIakes us too Impatient for the THE EDITOR STAFF line because he Is such a competent who spent ten years In the U S. for the library this week. We alao

joYs to come, and too fearful of thank the staff and student. Navy and i Is now teaching In have a set of world books to use
futurr I want Starke. In our room.
much happier
sorrows. How for their splendid I I
?\'e might be If we would look upon grade reporter and work on the B. H. KEAI! HEAD! Margaret Johnson Betty Hardenbrook brought a

'* Uwn. of each day as a new betinning. : cooperation with our Book Week Nov' 152was well pretty picture for our room thin
8. Journal. I am pleased School. Ull.IT WOI'LI) IIAPrE-V IFJ week also.
everyone In Bradford High
thank observed
I wish to Prevatt didn't talk about We like Florida better than
It caper BookDay" Evelyn any
>i late "Monthly
never too early or too i splendid work. The reading for the \
> life to make the most of time. I again for his I was started during National Truman Norman. other part of our geography that
Wf *. re Is readingChrh5tma.s Louise Prevntt wasn't tardy at we have studied! We are learning
too prone to excuse youth or ESS UHO book week. Everyone
counties lakes, rivers and the
and l 'Did responsiblllfi stories. school.
age from the
'hat lead to achievement. Let Ihere Is a sophomore in our _.- Eatelle Austin wasn't talking. largest cities of Floirda. --'-'-

"* forget the character- school who plays basketball. He hotel. Denver. ha Alene Austin didn't want a free Dorothy Faxon Reporter. -=-" --= 1
outgrown The Albany -
well-liked by _.
and 13 basketball. .---- -
sport trout shot playing
that accustomed to U a good containing mountain
we are He Is a good student a pool Mrs. Emma didn't brag about John Walker an English chemist --
"ociate and everyone. of Its coffee shop.
r with certain years not too prominent In cho- in the center I the seventh grade. I Invented the friction match In f
member that the worst result of though select the fish they
He is nicelooking Diners may Edwards wasn't looking for :1826. The first match boxes contained
lafresh. )!rl. .
enterprises. It
:bll1lsSlon to the exactions of time lastlc want to eat and thus be sure
five feet six: Inches tall I worms. 1 1ti. 100 friction matches. ....
the fear about
of it. j he? .
-Mrl. R P. Demorest. and l Is

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-'u J. A. Lander, C. E. Bass'
I Executive;;Board Meeting I Sharon Hall Recent Bride Honored Chapman M. E. Griner, Sanford Ritch, B. C.

I (Of U D. C. 'I Given Lovely Party With Party Prince, and H. M. Richard.

fociclyJ I Mrs L. A. Davis, newly elected On Seventh BirthdayLittle Mrs W. E. Murphree and Mrs ---.--- JACOBSJACOBS

I president of the W. T. Weeks ,I. G. Godwin entertained with a Junior Woman's Club
Miss! Sharon daughter
I Chapter United Daughters of the of Mr. and Mrs A. H. Hall, bridge party Monday afternoon in Has Interesting MeetingThe II III'
Confederacy, called a meeting ot the home of the latter at the State '
celebrated her seventh birthday '
I Mrs. C. Wal- Junior Woman's Club I'
the executive board on Thursday Farm In honor of J. :
their home
Monday afternoon at on
November 10
lace, recent bride. its regular meeting
W. M. U. ttfternon of last week. a
Surprise Birthday Party Baptist Tenth Street. in the auditorium of the Woman's
To Enjoy "Pot Luck"The At this meeting plans were made Arrangements of Autumn flow- Fall flowers were attractively JACOBS
I A. aurprlse buffet supper was/ for the coming year's work and ers were effectively used In dec- arranged about the rooms where Club
W. H at her business and program meetIng the The honor The president, Virginia Fugate
given Mrs Biggs committees appointed for the varl orating for this party. One of the guests played.
Wednesday eve- of the Baptist W. M. U. wa with hand the business meet- J.COB'JNF."T
home in Lnwtey ous departments. main decorations was the beautiful guest was presented a presided over
Ding at seven o'clock. In celebra- held at the church Monday afternoon cake. some pair of book-ends and the ing, during which plans were made
After disposing of business a red and white birthday
tion of her seventy-ninth birthday. at three-thirty o'clock. The pleasant social half-hour was en- The Thanksgiving idea was car- holder of high score, Mrs. J. A for a dance to be given in the club DOOR TO r ,,j
cards and, devotional was led by the President LanIer, received box of dust-
After reading! many detail. Favors a auditorium
joyed, and at this time Mrs. Davis ried out In every
telegrams of congratulations she Mrs A. M. Darby. ing powder. The low prize, a hand-
served a delicious salad course with that the guests received were at- Katie Fugate gave an interesting = ,1.
opened her many useful gUt :' The program was In charge of hot tea to the following board tractive little Turkey baskets fill- kerchief, was won by Mrs. C. E. report on the sessional meet-

"Grandmother" Biggs as she 18' Circle No. 2 with Mrs. B. M. Fus members: Mrs. L O. Powell, Mrs, ed with candy. Bass.A ing. Harriet Bishop was elected LATEST SHOES'
known to many has been a very sell leader. The topic for this meet- O. L. Beasley, Miss Amelia Ray, The prize, two novelty balls, for delicious salad course was served parliamentarian of the club.
active member in the Eastern Star Ing was "Christmas Offerings In Mrs Hal Edwards, Mrs J. W. Andrews the ball contest was won by Jose- to the honoree and the following 1
business the Ii
j and the Methodist Church. the leader After meeting
< the Kingdom. Assisting FOR
Miss Olive Ray, Mrs. L. A. phine Johns. guests: Mesdames R. C. Drew, LADIES
," Guests at this occasion were her were Mrs. 0 W. Alderman, Mrs. members enjoyed delicious sand ALL LEATHER "
Rennolds and Mrs. W. of the
r, children and grandchildren W. J. Epperson, Mrs. J. H Pitta, Roberts. George walnut At the Ice conclusion cream and cake games were P. D. Fancher, L. O. Wiggins, L. F.: wiches and Iced tea. NEW STYLES, !:! -__ 2.95

W wish "Grandmother" Biggs Mrs. Chas Powell, and Mrs. R. A II
The Chapter will hold its regular served by Mrs. Hall, assisted by -
many more happy birthdays.In Thomas. meeting Wednesday, December 2, Mrs. L. S, Hutto and Miss Edna --J.
The business meeting was also at three o'clock, at the home of Mr. Hutto. d
a single season, the codfish I conducted by Mrs. Darby. The and Mrs L. A. Davis Hostesses: Those present with the young OTHER SHOES '1
may spawn more than 0,000,000 time of meeting was changed to Mrs. Davis, Mrs W. O. Haile, Mrs. honor guest were Madge Brownlee, you intend to sendChristmas .
eggs. three o'clock during the winter.A L. A. Rennolds and Mrs. Lucile Peggy Ann Wiggins, Shirley Mont- .\'
nominating committee was Shaffer Mitchell. gomery, Mary Weldon, Janet Anderson FOR LADIES- IL;1
appointed to report at the De- Montv Hutchlns.. Jovce CardsThis BEAUTIES 1.] 98 ,:'
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cember meeting An announce- Moore; Frankle Mo--gan.Joe Ann ONLY hh_ q
REALESTATE ment was made of a silver tea to W. M. S. Elect Officers Dinkins, Joe Ann Silcox, Lucile Al- .'JMEN'S 1

be held at the home of Mrs K. L. For Coming Year varez, Marlon Brown, Barbara year, don't you?
Biggs on Friday of this week. Jean Johns, Josephine Johns, Ruby s
The Woman's Missionary Society -
An all day meeting will Be held and Oleata Green, Mary Beth and II
IF YOU WANT TO of the Methodist Church met SHOES :
H. Lord on Charles Bobbie and Dottle
at the home of Mrs. J Knight THEN WHY PUT
BUY SELL OK RENT Monday afternoon at the church
Tuesday to finish a study book. Sue Biggs, Marjorie Claire Man-
and held a business! and devotional
SEE US- The meeting will begin at eleven meeting. The following officers ning, June Hall, Gloria Price, Idell OFF SELECTING NEW SHIPMENT' '.
o'clock and a "Pot Luck" luncheon Landrum, Evelyn Newsome, Betty 4'"' r:+" 1 SOLID 2 95
elected for the THEM UNTIL
were coming year: 'w
WILSONREALTY will be served at noon. To Durden, Annice Green, Betty LEATHER ____ h .
President, Mrs. Wood. Vice-
Circle No. 3 of the Young Ma- president, Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Treasurer Hayes, Leo Keller B. C. Holtzen- n 1'. ,,.., TilE LAST r,
CO. tron's Circle will have charge of dorf, Paul Canova III Maurice Ed-
Miss Amelia Ray Recording MINUTE?
the program and church flowersfor I wards, Jr, Elise Green, Freddie
,secretary, Mrs. J. W. White. Cor-
I December. Wimberly, Gurnita Hutto, Eva
responding secretary, Mrs. Carrie DRESS SHIRTS
Priest, Jerome Johns, Carolyn Ed- 1936 i
Rltch Chalman local work, Mrs. i
distinctive flowerscherry I wards, Dorothy Faxon, Marion
grace A. F. Sauls. Chairman Christian : Bobbie '
and Wiggins.
Social Relations, Mrs. L. A. Davis. Harrington FOR MEN
at herschel I Chairman Supplies, Mrs. E. S. -First SENSATION AT GREAT 79cl:
Celebrates BirthdayLittle BARGAIN .
Jacksonville Matthews.. Superintendent Baby ----- --

phone 7-2129 Specials, Miss Kate Struth. Superintendent Judy Green, one year old
smart center pieces unusual corsage. I Bible and Mission Study, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd J
e flowers for gifts Miss Olive Ray. Press: Miss Amelia -
I Green, was honored by her parents "
Ray -. Mondays afternoon at their \ 50 DRESS SHOES

II 4 home on Cherry Street with a J
t BUTTER: MeetingThe '
party, the occasion! being her CARDS

\, ()FIRST QUALITY Y. W. A. enjoyed a social birthday ,anniversary. 3 FOR GOING MEN AT 1.FOR 1.1 98

NOW ON SALE BYLETSCH'S meeting and a weiner roast on A color scheme of pink and ONLY _-_-_____
t Tuesday evening, November 17, at green was effectively carried out
DAIRY FARM six-thirty o'clock at the home of a is decorations in the home, quantities n.
Mrs. Paul Raymond and Miss Amy of roues.;coral vine and fern
r Moore. being used. Centering the dining
Route 2, starke E. F. CAIN, Mgr Plans were discussed for Thanks- table were two beautifully decorated NEW SHIRTS

I f DELIVERED TO YOUR.DOOR giving activities.The birthday cakes, gifts from her
next meeting which will be grandmother, Mrs' P. M. Barefoot, FOR MEN
t Or On Sale At held at the First Baptist Church and Mrs J C. Booker.
S. R. JOHNS, HALL'S PLACE HEGES, OLSEN'S CAFEs Tuesday evening, December 1, at The little folks were entertainedon ___...
six-thirty o'clock, will be a business the lawn. Mrs. Green was as- COST NO MORE THAN PLAIN CARDS
s and program meeting. All Isted in entertaining by Juanita THIS OFFER IS ALMOST TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE,
members are urged to attend. and Sara Barefoot, Freddy Wim- BUT IT IS TRUE.- SEE SAMPLES AT OUR OFFICE.
Pauline Priest, Secretary. berly and Elise Green.
NOTICEIf Refreshments of ice cream and TWIN SWEATERSBEAUTIFUL

Driggers-Price I[cake were served the guests. Each

guest receivers. dainty little fa
you have a farm from 100 to BOO acre m.U.f Marriage Announced IF YOU PREFER '
I !leas, business and properties and home for sale, I vor. ALL-WOOL 2.9SLIPOVER
MM me. I have been chosen to represent one of Miss Maggie Price, and Cleve- Judy was'ti/ land Driggers were married on October lovely gifts from some of her closest
: the largest farm agencies In the U. S." and wish to
fourth, at five o'clock in the friends ana relatives who shared ,
get u large number of farms, home and businesses, HAVE THEM AT ALL PRICES UP TO
afternoon, in the lobby of the Fel- the occasion with her. )
of nil kinds. listed to In the REALLY EXCLUSIVE ONES AT $20 PER 100.
no an get your property lows Hotel in White Springs. The M THESE SAMPLES! ON DISPLAY TODAY
December<< advertising catalog which has a circulation quiet and impressive ceremony was Union Thanksgiving ServiceThe
of over 100,000 every month._ See me In Starke conducted by the Baptist minister

Saturday afternoon or come out to my home Sunday of White Springs. Reverend Fred Yerkes, rector SWEATERS
nt the airport. The bride was lovely in an en- of the Episcopal Church, will FOR MEN
i semble of brown crepe with match conduct a Union Thanksgiving BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 100 Pet. WOOL __-- lit/U
t IF YOU ARE GOING TO BUILD A HOME IN ing accessories. service in the Baptist Church on

BRADFORD COUNTY SEE ME ALSO FOR Both Mr. and Mrs. Driggers are Thursday, November 26, at 10:30:
CHEAPER: AND BETTER HOMES. well known in Union and Bradford o'clock. Everybody:\ is invited.
F C o unties and h..ve man y friends
J. M. YANTZ who will be -e"std-'t the announcement -I --v LADIES' DRESSES
I of their marriage.
Mrs. Driggers was born and rear FRESH MULLET A REAL GOOD
f -------- --- -- --- BIO CHOICE
ed In Lake Butler She attendedthe GREEN'SSTORE
Union County High School and
t ALL STILES: ____ .
was a member of the 1935 gradu-
sting class. :
l SEE OUR LINE OF MEN'S HEAVY RIBBED Mr. Driggers Is a native of Un-

ion He also received his

t t: LADIES A. CHILDREN UNION SUITS High education School.from At the present Union County he is RICE UIIOLE GRAIN 5 lbs. 2Ie CASH & CARRY 72c I LATEST HATS

employed by the Torode Chevrolet .
Company In Starke. ,
Only 95c Mr. and Mrs. Driggers are living __
in one of the Hull apartmentson Ask About Our Profit-Sharing Plan-

: 4.95 to 16.50 Walnut Street.. F R E E It Costs You Nothing-Save Your Tickets F R E E ,

: BOY'S IIUNTINOBOOTS Junior Womans Club

Gives Successful DanceThe OATMEAL Pkg. 25c ORANGES Doz. lOc

LADIES SATIN Junior Woman's Club hada t $2.98
Size 10 to 2 most successful dance last Fri-

i AL day night. A large crowd was ONIONS, Lb. __._____ _.2Y2C NECK BONES, 3 Lbs. __ 25c : Boy's $1.98
1.95 and several
SLIPS ___._ --- present, young people
from near-by towns attended this CANS-STANDARD PACK IUD
NO. 2 Kids (Suede) $1.98

BOY'S HUNTING affair.Music' was enjoyed during the TOMATOES can 7e BEEF STEW Lb. lOc

White and Flesh PAN evening by an eleotric.;
T S victrola.
Two prizes were raffled off durIng PRINCE ALBERT, can lOc I
Slera 0 to 12 the evening. A shampoo, hair Lb. .25c SUEDE SHOES
At 1.49 set and dry given by Polly Ann MAXWELL 110 USE FRESH

At.---- ___ 1.45 Beauty Shoppe. This prize was won FOR LADIES ,. I
Lb. Can
by Earnestlne Andrews. Anotherone COFFEE PORK CHOPS Lb. 20c SHOWN it ULK. 1.25MEN'S ]
a suit cleaned, given by the ONLY _-__._-.:_-
Starke Dry Cleaners, was won by
LEMONS Doz. __ IOc

t %IEN'SI The winner of the title "Miss B. STEAK, Lb.. t_ __. 12/2 c
II S." was announced to be Miss
BLANKETS Margaret Pearce. SUGAR S Lbs. 24c j PANTS

ROUND STEAK lb. 20cj




'! 1.69, 1.95, 2.69 28-0Z. "AB APPLE PET or CARNATION

79c to 6.50 Studio Uprightsand BUTTER __ __ __+ _._12'/2c MILK Tall Can "" 7c JACOBS"

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I :Mii! H< l> Qrownlfe iiiul Uaughtf. '! MrK ,V Klon ,1 I laiks.m Dr, .+ii.l Mrs H tf Can nil andMis Mi i K: .1 Dmvltng .in.l .:angh- I A ipeif of ihfllflhh I rIll, in
I 4gf. frAil-ied' l Ih'In"> Iced 1 1r.vf -I !,
.lrty: from i 1\1:1.- \\ (v. \isitor 1 u this \\I''k I.i, .s lung I ,.f.1 I HI K*>onvill* 1-IM, M.irion and HH<-n. pont the Indian. l m-iiin, i'"i< '' r< ,i i.i JV
r Bits offONTERNlNG x tailed! Mrs J.yoUanJ I,;. Patch where they I .sprrt! t'u-' \\,",'I.'nwtlh,\ Mrs. Jo11 -lIn.JI\Y:: In "IILnJe PilivlMltmg\ flute hike sound
_. i I Mr and :Mrs Hn ?,lph Masters (.0111(. r elntlver.Mr. .
I "V'-v __ ind Miss Hurnhard h: Masters, of ,_. --- -- ----.-- To relieve the nationalUott. I .i ,
Jim Mrs. Armlnt' Pawning and Mrs Jacksonvili.'. were locont visitors Mr. W. I1. Smith returned to and Mra. F. J. AnMlnger of of gold, brides In Ui i'niitnv "n' .'
I La1 .yevb- the Qapeavlllr.. were of Mrs. Lalla R. Cha. <> at the home her home last week after upending New Albany, Ind., who have been were asked to accept nit k'l v..< a-
guests Of Mi-* W. M. Wlmbor- of Mr. J. W Morgan.
three weeks In and ding rtnga.
ly Tuesday.Hiss Orangeburg staying at the home of Dir and _
------ Greenwood s. C.. visiting relatives. -. Mri J. U. Lord have \gone to Burlington --- -- -
OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND --- The Woman's Christian Temperance N. C. The motor of a light plan ">f
I Cjlort: Johns, of Jacksonville Union will British manufacture in started v y
PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN < stunt! the week- n4 here with ernoon at 3:30: o'clock meet Friday with Mrs.aft- pulling a cord, in the same manner :
Mra H. A. Durden and children
her CTAjiclpdrfot: Mr. and Mra. T. F. A. Scott. An interesting meet- ) Mitts Gladys Guthile of Palmetto as that of an outboard motor
will leave for Brooksvllla
J. Crtfrih. who has accepted a position
..... ing Is anticipated.Miss where they will make their home', In the Lawtey High School Is boat.
I- ewsl I. f. "Thels. Returned to his home while Mr. Durvlen Is stationed I log at the home of Mr. and
II siernoerg was a business vls- Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Mrs. t.<:: C, the firt of the week after visit Matti Harley night supervisor -I there. Warren.. etaY-1 I 9si11ah' Ch.t1 e$dyll
: f/Jt'1II Jacksonville Wednesday Crumpler were visitors in Gikaea'" I tag his Con In Jacksonville; for several at St. Luke's Hospital in I
vllle Monday.The I day's. Jacksonville was in Starke last Mr. and Mrs. G. V. McLendon, A.I
..... week. She is this week Mra. L. A. Canova Mra. C.
Gren and Max Wimberly spending of WauchuU, were the guestsThursday '
H and Mra. G. H. Lowry attended -
} In Jacksonville Rev. and Misses Lulu with her parents In Lawtey. of Dr. and Mrs. H. B.)Knight
pint Sunday Mrs B. M. lytogtl Red r"ve, Hope and the North Florida District
Cathertjie Haynes --- McLendon and :lire E. S. Mat
gomery spent Monday in Jas:lfeaa.yule. arid Kitty Hog Meeting of Federated Music ClubsIn
lied Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Middleton thews.
spent Sunday .
visitor afternoon .
A F Sauls waa a In. Lake City Tuesday.Mrs.
31r5. CeJnl9\t1Ue.: had as their guests Sunday Mr. and -
|, Jacksonville Tuesday. "- I Mrs. E. L. Middleton and daughter Fresh Red Pepper and Hug at --
, Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. CanoVA, sir: Mr. A.M" Mr-.*. Morgan-- Marjorie Sue, and Gerald Mid Mite'he-li's. S. S. Dowling, Mrs. K. K.
spent Tuesday afternoon in ;Jdk1 1 Darby visited
Palatka '
of ,
g. c Richard was sonville.W. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard dleton all of Jacksonville.Mr. ferryman and II. H. Stroman
riSlting relatives here Tuesday. in Palatka tor a few Mrs. N. F. Guilford spent Sunday went to Lake City Monday after
days last
week. and Mrs. L. A. Duncan of afternoon In Jacksonville visiting noon. Mra. Dowling and Mrs.
J i I' Garner spent the week-end D. Dutton, of Nashville A.r- ..... Gainesville and Mrs. L. A. Duncan relatives. Mrs. A. E. Mc- ferryman returned home that evening
| with his family. rived Wednesday for a short'\: Vllll\ Dr. laM 1t/l./ W. E. Middleton of Lake Butler were the Kinney was the guest of Mrs. W. but Mr. Stroman remainedfor
ins with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall had as their e8tlTUesday Mr.and guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan D. Webb in Brooker Wednesday examination in the Veterans'

FtMh lied Pepper and Sage at Mt*. C. C. Cagle, of Silva, N. Sunday. ------returned- to Hospital. ._ ,
, Mr. and J. Mrs. Charles Larsen --e *
Mrs. G. God""lof C. ---- --
JWII'J1'80Ire, the State Farm were vl/ittfbg/ ....-.-.....---. The Rev. B. F. Montgomery will her home In Lakeland Wednesday A steam generator and u miniature Wad a man wanfs
friends here Sunday Mrs. j*. f.; Wamwright Jr., spent leave Monday for Osteen to hold aweek's after spending several days In steam engine have been developed lit can have ..bub: I
and ,
u< W. White daughters Starke with Col. and Mrs. D. K.
) and Carol, the Wft ek.el\d 1 in Jacksonville aa meeting Mr. Montgomery. for use on army planes, to h2s < *ta want i'bI
JjUse Etholin spent Knight. Immediately after her arrival -
] Jacksonville. Mrs. Mae Jones is the podee: the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. was at one time pastor of the start them In coldest weather by '
Isiiurday in home Mr. and Mrs. Larson encofefe fwrK Like'ftt'
Mrs.Montgomery ,
Methodist Church in Onteen. to the stealershaft.
guest of Dr. and Mrs. W. E MId- Wainwright means of un adapter
dleton. '-"'- and children will join left for a week In New York wherehe I dikc.n9 brIT II: !
Mr and Mrs. M. F. Brown and J Mr. Montgomery on Wednesday won called on business. . -.
Mrs. R -
Jacobs wad the weekend -- -----_-.__,___ .. ,..
_. .f
McLendon spent Wed- --
y JII', H guest of her Aon-la-law und ; .. '. -. .:-- .- -
lacksonvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Peen, :, of daughter -": ... .- -- .- :_- ,, ':-'. .. : : -- -
In = --
sesdat M W. -- -
Jacksonville, were the weeK-ettl) a )q Mr? :XI. Dobrow.( -- \
in Fort MeadE.
of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. I'&eh.(
Burns and Mrs. J. STORE
Edward TOP
lira "- TIP
W Kim'ttKl were visiting: In Jnckjvilli Mrs ft. 0. Kidd and little "non, nf I
Carlyle Rltch, of Gainesville,
,) Saturday. f'lagleb! Beach, are the guests of I
spent the week-end here witp rel. ALL FRESH FLOUR
KWJ'S mother Mrs Emma WE HAVE JUST
ors' s R. Johns Jr., and small atives. Cunova.Frs'sh\.,
Jaughn-r. visited Mrs. Johns' paints ....--------.-- T I P T 0 P LOOK WHAT A SPECIAL !
m lacksonville last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Riteb- of Kfil Vpi'f! and SURI- utMltrhcll's. '
Jacksonville, spent the weejl..ebelhere. ; .
Mrs u L Haynes and Miss .... -
;Hope H.ivnes, spent Tuesday In Mrs. H. C. Wall-left Thursday

Gainesville Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight abel for Tatjipavher H. V. Knight spent Wednesday l 11\ week With he. .... a>other Mm. C. T GROCERY SUGAR 520c
1:1": N T. Green and Mrs. A. H. Jacksonville.Mr. Dutton.
Green spent Thursday In Jackson- '
I i
Mr. Mt W. U Wall, Mrs.
side and Mrs. E. S. Matt eWI\\ urtd J. I
E. Wilson Mrs. M. Brown- THANKSGIVING
will spend the coming week-oi\J in I Rod J.
Mrs A. S. Crews and Mrs. E. J. lee spent Monday In Gainesville !
Dowllng were business visitors in with Atr. and Mrs. Sam bell.

I Green Cove Springs Tuesday. P. Smith was a buslneM Vls'itor Mr. -and-- Mrs. Allen Canova and Shop with us. We Have a large With a Purchase of any Size Sack of FLOUR, any Brand :

Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. S. R. In Otter Creek, Bronson, Chitif- chlldreji: of Gainesville were Variety and Better Prices. '
I lOOns and Miss Hope Haynes spent:: I, land, and Gulf Hammock TU1\dI\1. guests of Mrl1':. Canova Wednesday FANCY. NO. IH CAN AKOO '
[Friday In Jacksonville.Mr. FANCY EATING n C f*
Mrs. W.the H.first Struth of the was week in J//JcjC-Visiting orlIdrs. & 25c CHOCOLATE orl SUGAR PEAS Can lOcFANCY g,:
and Mrs J. C. Wallace were sonville R. C. Drew, of the State APPLES Doz. 20
I raiting relatives in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. W. L. EdWarde Farm, and )Ira, N. B. Rosier, of II MINNESOTA VALLEY NO. SOS CAN' TINY:
I Jut Thursday and other relatives. Lake Cutler, were visiting here SWEET JUICY MIXED

Tuesday i ORANGES Doz. 10 & 1Sc SUGAR PEAS can 15c "
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. L. M. DeSha and daughter- :
I Mn.K. G. Duncan spent Tuesday Margery, of Wlldwood, were recent! Dr. And :fora! J. :E. Malnea of REAL FANCY COOKING CANDY Ib.l1c Fan. Lll l>y. or Mllford No. 2 run C'iinttam'n, or
I of Mrs. DeSha's parents Lake JJutler of Col. ,
it Jacksonville. guests were guests
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth.G. and eria )trlP.. E. Knight Mon. APPLES 5 Lbs. 25c || GOLDEN B. CORN 15c I' ,
Hr. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova and day WALNUTS, Lb. .. 25c
fc;*(laughter, Norma, Fri L. Patten was here Mnbda: r. JUICY
J spent : LARGE FANCY SWEET FANCY (.'nt/MII./ 01' HUCE) r:
[Jay In Jacksonville. He was returning to Talllk ,lItIee JOb and Louis Torreulla, of BRAZIL NUTS, Lb. 20c

after attending a national CV VeJ\- New York City, are visiting their GRAPEFRUIT 4 for l lOc ALMONDS, I.b. 30c PINEAPPLE No. 2 can ISc .
Miss Dorothy White returned tlon of railroad commissioners Andpublic parent, Mr. and Mrs. L. Torruel- I
May from Jacksonville where utilities officials in Atlantic la. REAL FANCY-EAT: MORECRANBERRIES \IIXED NUTS, I.b. 25c \NCY NO. 2tb CAN' :
I ;
!ilt visited Miss Ruth Tomlinson. City, N. J. I
7N'- Mr. end :MrMM! a. E:, H. Davis and Lb. 25c Large PECANS Lb. 15c II ABLE PEACHES 1 I i a\

NAT SEZ: lion, of Gainesville, were the guestsof Cluster RAISINS, Lb 15c II lilt
r- Mr, and :Mrs.! W H. Noegel and DROMEDARY-CRANBERRY i'HILLiPK MUL1D PACK-NO. 2 CAN

family Su daY. SAUCE I 17-oz.can 12/c Bulk RAISINS, Lb. 7He isc TOMATOES 2 cans for 15c
It's much better to be a good "Its' Mrs. B. P" }Flowers of Ocala, was

toner than a poor talker. And! ifs here Saturday and Sunday visiting HEINZ FIO OR I'LUMPUDDING DATES, J>k. lOc & 15c II MIRAC'I.E WHIP' SALAD
much better to be a good rl"lV\tl' her 81:11\.ln-ll\w: and daughter Mr
than a poor writer If I C"'tC\IIt and Mrs Paul B.: Canova. Lb. Can 35c CITRON PEEL,:lb.; 2ge DRESSING Pt. 24c 1

write aa good an I can read ttyerA OItANGP: PEEL Ibl9c
Mr. Ana Mrs. J. W. Morgan have FANCY DILL OR SWEET ; I :
ain't no doubt, nut \vnat I wouldn'thave had aij. recent guests Mr. and Mrs.C. LEMO. .I JELL-O 3 Pkgs. 19cIIEIIMiIEYy
r to nell shoes for a living. Hilt Wheeler of Jacksonville and PICKLES Qt. 15c IEEi, lb. :s9c I
wider the clrcumatanre! I gueya Jt Mr. ari4 Mrs. Gary Ennls and son PIN KKI.UXiO'N f'OKN
better stick to shoes. of Mit&rnl Beach Mra.\ David Knnld RREAKKAST COCO BAKING CHERRIES, I.I b. HCUNr.ER.
of Tampa: came with the latter : FLAKES 2 for 15c
And e entttie- weeK here. CHOCOLATE /' 61' l lOc ( Lb. 'I9

Old Line Mince Aleut lOc ITHK non

.- A DOMINO: DROWN OR4XXXXSUGAR3for Nonesuch Mince :\lcnLt2 [ [ [) >

BOOTS CO<;ONIJ". H lh _lOc I I I'
: ,
$1.69 to $2.49 $3.95 to $4.95 WANTED- .Small school bun for Sunlight Country Roll TIP TOP MARKET.; I'UII.UI'INE
cash Ralph K. Roberts, 136 East BUTTERLb. LARDCHUCK
Ray at., Jacksonville/ Itp
MEN'S RIBBED BOY'S BLUE LOST -On! red heifer, milking, 35c Lb. 12 1 no f3.w Pound lOc
UNION SUITS LUMBERJACKS98c with registered tag in ear, two c
years old. Return to O. C. Canon, MEADOW GKOVK s.r. = U'HITB ItlRKON d

$1.98 Stark, Itp 8 STEW Lb. 12'/c' roco LARDPound !
WILL fAY CASU-for used planoft. CHEESEPound : BRISKET .
Write Lillian's Music I ,
DOUBLE COTTONBLANKETS MEN'S Store, 342: W. University Ave. 23c 12/2C j
Cialnelh'Ule, J'1a.. tf I RIB STEW Lb. lOc
LOST --Gold-Hrjim eye glaaaes

$1.49 $1.00MEN'S Smith.Small)probAbly! reward Stafke.lost for on return Call to Street.W., P.It I! 'I s SIRLOIN STEAK Lb. 22c :;; BACONPound '.:

I DANCING--Mallet and tap. Worn---I i j Pound 16c PINK o 17c '

HEAVY CHILnilEN'S ADS Club; 3 o'clock Saturdays. I I 9- SALMON Tall Can lOc
Taught by )Mrs. May Blossom Al- ,: FAT HACK BOILING
ten and Eiro er Allett. Itp i, SPAGHEHIMACAIU ,;
FOIL 'SAI.Bi-Sljc' room bungalow j Q BACONPound :
>NI or
with sleeping porch. On Cher- j I 4 SAUSAGE Pkg. 22c '!
SOc UpDI ry Street. fee Mu. L.. J. Green It, 3 Pkgs. lOc n n 12/ c


ilii good WILL and condition.12 horse power Will trade engine for in POTATOES lOLbs. 25c LETTUCE 2 For 15c H ,

Anything I can. use or will sell!

for ill c sh. C. H. Clarke, nEAUTIFtJl. FANCY

C r a s FOR Stark SALR. Rye Grass, 10-30-4tp Austrian 'I I CELERY- Each lOc ONIONS 5lbs. lOc I L

Winter Pea, ana Oats. A variety I
MEN'SDRESS! of vegetable seeds. Also

DIDRESS SHOES heavy attached cotton for bag shipping/ with pecans.address 4 tag Ib.Ue Palm Olive Soap, 2 bars 1 lc || Oct. Toilet Soap, 3 bars 14c OBELISK HALLAKD'H II '

SHOES 4C; 6 lh./ size 5c; 12 Ib size 2t 1, Super Suds, Medium, 3 for 25c || Octagon Cleanser, 2 cans 9c ii 1 w'
Black or Brown 7c White' Store.
Sueden or Kid FOR SALF--1- Room Cottage ; I Super Suds, Large, 2 for 35c j| Octagon Soap Chips, Pkg. lOc FLOUR 1I 1// f L

$1.98 Up $1.98 Up with Bath, corner, Bay Lane NK Jk. I oncent'd Super Suds, 2 for lie 11 Octagon Soap, 10 bars 25c 5 Lbs.E 29c J' >
Room Cottage
StI!! 4
-_ "'" Hogan' Cotfvr Well r & Jackson Sts. I Oct. Giant Soap, 3 for 13c Octagon Powders, 10 Pkgs. 25c 10 Lb. 57c IJ//1!I

IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S 1 Corner 13 Boom Well Ci.tta t'' &p A Jackson Garage S St.-E I Oct. Giant Powders, 3 for 13c Oct. Granulated Soap, Pkg. lOc 20 Lbs. $I:0511 IiI IiII !

Ternu Quigley like A D'rent'' /. 6 year. time I I .. =:: ..' ---. .'. .", --' '.' .- ,= '. n' : .. -.-. : .-. '. : p.)1. )


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".JII -"""' .t---. .. m IT ... !I FAKMKKH SILL ENTER: GRAHAM I Memorial Service I BOOTSEY'S REACH cants Seattle a "reaction gives, mi,

\\INTER SEASONITH Mm. I.. C. .,,'tll. rorrespnsdentMra. IbM Effle Crawford Cor. of t
complicate" ,
Honors I
Lizzie lice sev- and buzzers.
Mini spent
Crews & BaisdenState's Mr. and Mrs. Lemon Batten and
eial! days last we,'k with her son-
FARMERS SECTION G.INESVILLEFlorida farm- family of Jacksonville spent Sun-
nl-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.J. IM 'iHM f imTFF. ,,
.'J'. an-. entering the winter season dnv with Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford U.U''II"tllltl\ II '''i 'ml
B. Crews In Lake Butler. Attorney A. S. Crews. ,
of home 1"1..>111.. '. 11' "' .
I viih the largest supply and family. I" 't '" : uiCOMPANY'
A Mrs. L D. Eaaterllng anil children Sheriff W. J. Eppersc-n and Deputy ".lit.t 1.01"1"I,
Demonstration cents
Conducted by feed have had in 'II ,
they many \
grown R. N. Crawford Is visiting l'ENIN/OUI.AH ''I
Mrs. : (
of Ocoee and Mrs. T. M. W. W. Balsden three prominentflgu"t'8 :\ \ ,
years. according to Information who the bedside of her daughter. Mrs. \
in court proceedings I
L- -I received by the State Agricultural Graves of Richmond Va., are visIting Plaint', ''f';.
the Bill Greene of Jacksonville, who v.
ft the their parents Mr. and Mrs.J. have passed away during: year J. L.
-- Extension Service from
over I HARDEN.
w r _: -"- IIiI"- were honored at an impressive cer- has been very ilL :tiMVIICI1 i
-- state A. Graves. liefcnda. ,
I emony during: the Fall term of circuit Sir. and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan of OF M\Sli
Factors responsible for the large Mrs. Lizzie Wynn and daughter court here. Jacksonville. the week-end Notice Is hi'ivb .::11. '' '

Hints To Housewives RURAL feed supply Include a good grow. Dora Mae of Hampton Gainesville and Mr. Court was adjourned for one dayIn with her mother spent, Mrs. Jean Gas- I .and pursuant in. .AMI} *u i I
and Mrs. Peters of were authority vested i ,
in 1"I'
I COMMON SENSE I ing season an Increasing tendencyon visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Call. respect to their memory and kins of this section. Special Decree. MaHtei' b> 1 HI.... "

IVoekly frorr Dome Demonstration the part of farmers to produce Sunday. short talks showing the love and Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gaskina of October rendered 1936 In cm i, f n',"
I their feed at home and the largestuse aim i 4
SpwIiUlnU, TalIauuMr By SPUDS JOHNSON respect in which these men were Jacksonville spent the week-end Court of Aluchuu i '. ,,",
There will be roll call
of the trench silo In the his- a made several court Eighth Judicial Cli, ..in. ,
by relatives.
held were friends and
here with
tory of Florida farming. homecoming service with refresh- Chancery, In thai '
KDirOKIAL COMMENT the officials. Mrs. Lois Norman of DeLand therein pending Who "i.. \
TilE SCHOOL LUNCH ments on the ground Baptist Naval Stores
While the Middle West was Compaq',
I 8IIOU.S CLOSE; BONDSOF Church Sunday November 22. The following: resolution was spent the week-end here with tlon Is Plaintiff and I i

One of the Important problems TOWNS AND FARMSIn I parching in one of Its worst Everybody is invited to come and adopted by the court: friends and relatives.C. and Lester Harden hiHarden ,- ". I i
or mothers and school authorities droughts most Florida farmers and Percllla I 11 j
suitable climatic be with us on that day. In Circuit Court 8th Judicial Cir- E. Cravuord was visiting: in wife; W. P. Harden !\I.u, d I''I '
good conditions -
is that of providing a were enjoying d..n. his wife '
attention to the recent of Ris- cuit of the State of Florida. afternoon. Nashvlih i I y'I
calling Mrs. Pearl Norman the Raiford Suncl.iy .
lunch for the school child. If the for heavy crop production. Flooring Company a ,

school chill misses a hot noon meal St. Johns County Livestock I Favorable weather coupled with ing section. spent several days last IN RE: Floyd and Marvin Rosier A. J. I ChriHtofoll Mm'hie & "i ia '" 'I .

Show the St. Augustine Record : of week with her parents Mr. and IN MEMORY OF and Buster of I corporation. ; H VV '
at home It Is particularly Important more extensive plantings corn Crawford Bennett I buslneBH as Wilson < '",

that the school lunch be ade- brought out some very pertinent I sorghum. Napier grass and other Mrs. R. M. Johnson. THE HON. A. S. CREWS this section were visiting: In St. Supply Company.. Ma ,I, .
Company ,
quate. The best way to assure points about the relationship be- feed crops resulted in much larger THE HON. W. J. EPPERSON Augustine last Wednesday. lean Agricultural a corporal' i'h l< ,

the tween town and farm. than In pany a corporation. i Hand ,
good nutrition is to plan noon yields past years. Brooker LosesProminent
THE HON. W. W. BAISDEN. Door r'omnany r.
lunch according to the food needs The paper said editorially: "Any- After following the advice of the SAXTON Baker &: Holmes Comp.i a ,

of an active child. Nourishing things that helps the county of St. Extension Service and State Experiment Man Whereas The LORD In his wis- .1... W. A. Tyler. Correspondent corporation poratlon': Dixie Brick. <.

lunches may be planned aroundone Johns, Its thriving communities station to produce more dom has removed from our midst, ufacturlna ;Company and Thi ..M lil!!

inexpensive hot dish. Sandwiches and Its fine citizens aids the cityof home-grown feed farmers again In A. L. GreenThe since the last regular session of Mrs. Lizzie Tyler and children of are defendants, the undi, i icUl ; '.

milk raw fruit and some- St. Augustine Inasmuch as the took the cue of these agencies and this Honorable Court HonorableA. Starke attended church here Sun- December Master, Ivan will: betu on th. ,

times cookies may supplement this county seat must depend largelyon constructed trench silos and stored Crews, who at the time of his day.R.. of 11 o'clock in i hi. r.no'clock ,
Brooker section saddened -
hot main dish. the back country for Its sustenance -I their feed crops In them. was de-cease was Assistant State Attorney L. Wasdln and J. M. Griffis Kant in thiHft.M, I
when A. L. Green died November front door of I tht-< I
Some of the hot dishes that have and support. Several hundred trench silos 11 after a three week's illness of the 8th. Judicial Circuitof were visiting here Sunday after- Alachua County Kli<" "t I i

"There is deal to have been filled and more the State of Florida; Honorable noon. town of (Ualnesvlllt. n'
proved successful for school lunches a great more already In a Jacksonville hospital.He eat and 1 best blddi: ; t tfollowlnwr -:'

are creamed vegetables meat I attendance at the show than \Is apparent are in the process of being constructed I W. J. Epperson who at the O. T. Nelson attended church in described pi' ; :'

: and vegetables meat and vegetable on the surface. One's pres- and filled. Trench silos was born February 5, 1873 In time of his decease was Sheriff of hate In Alxrhua, Uradl' .'
Lawtey .
Sunday. Counties, Florida to-\\ :
Liberty County near Savannah
stews soups rich In vegetablesor ence there means active interestin because of their Inexpensiveness In Bradford County Florida; and The !
following rt".m.iil 1 i
Mitts Jeraldine Todd of
construction and their in Ga., and moved to Bradford Coun- Honorable W. W. Balsden who at Starke Alachua ,., ,
raw milk or both beans and county affair, pride In county efficiency C'ounty. Flni< nt f

other legumes eggs prepared in progress and a desire to be Informed preserving feed for extended periods ty In early boyhood. He has beena the time of his decease was office spent the week-end here with her S'i of SKV4, I..M 1 u i iller ,-

some simple way cheese In white on some of the things that have proven to be ideal for prominent farmer near Brooker Deputy Sheriff and Jailor of this I sister Mrs. A. A. Sumner. S. Range, of Section 21 E. and;a..u!1 In>" i ;,

sauce or with tomatoes. farmers and livestock men of St. use on many Florida farms ac- for about fifty years. County; and.Vhereas. Mrs. J. L. Brantley and baby N\V, of SW.: ,'i -.. t )
He was married. to Miss Josephine of NE' l't'ii' of .V\V'4' '
Johns s
are doing along progressivelines. .
\ at the time of the death ,
If the lunches are planned a St. Johns County." returned home Wednesday after TV>? of SK'4' of S .
Parrtah In 1895 and to this
week ahead main dishes can be of each they were active officers SWU of NK:>,., S''.. I .
The writer of this editorial hit I I union these nine children were spending the past three months NVa of SW'4' of SKiNK'4 "
"It endorsement of this Honorable Court with
chosen that will include the various means hearty of many of NRTi ,::1' ;
the nail squarely on the head so born: Henry Minnie Amanda with Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Jar vis of X's, \ Ut
kinds of food which the children what our agricultural Interests are ,I years of continuous efficient lion 10: NK'4 of NVI4of I I

need. For example the menus doing in order to advance the cause to speak.In I Pearl. Dave Lesley Roy Gracey faithful and vallent service to their Pahokee. SW%i. )1E'4 of: 8Wif" .
in 1928 11; NEV4 of SWLv ", ., "
St. Johns and In other and Earl. Mrs. Green died
for each week may include an egg of livestock raising In this county every people in their respective official S-S: of NE 4 of SW' ,

dish a meat dish a fish dish a ami.,\ If given the proper encouragement county In Florida there Is a clone and Mr. Green later married Mrs. capacities; >OTICM PI.PI.Ir'"I'IO" 14. all lena SlO'i' of SK .
relationship between the town and Mary L. Pinkston. FOIl T ,x.>KK1Kennte : > 16; SE'. of NE'". 8''
soup rich in milk and a dish usIng there Is no question but that Therefore Be it Resolved that ( 11111 %0. Him f1i"t'f NK'' I. '"

or made of beans or some oth- this Is R big anti coming thing for country. Merchants and other His wife and all children except Honorable Couft with the NOTICE IS JUOHKBY! GIVEN That ,; N\VH ofr'J':, 't.
business men well know the Importance this Ruth Lawrence holder of Mi of Tax S'!' ofNW "HK: i. of Seitidl .
er dried legume. Two of the recipes Henry. who was killed In the members of its Bar and all other I Certificate 1 Issued the 2nd >-4. KW 74 of SW.T! ,

each week may well Include to- matoes, of the farm market. And World War survive him. officials thereof the day of Io'AIB.: 1934, ha* tiled;l lIn of HW,,. S' of NI-J,, ,,tit'
greatly deplore
A convenient to provide raw townspeople who stop to think fora Paine my office and nan made of SW'j' 8V, of Nv \\ ? .
way Funeral services were held In the untimely death of its said deceased application for a tax deed to be Section 22; Lot 1. 2. and

vegetables for school lunches Is moment will realize how dependent New River Baptist Church Novem- officials and have and will con- iHHued thereon. Said certificate embraces 111 orl"lnal.a 1<1 o. of In sandwiches. Finely choppedraw they are on the farm for sus the following; described property of NE!., 1'011or' \ \\ .
ber 12 at 2 o'clock. Interment was tinue to greatly miss each of them In the County of Bradfoid; r-f SW"'i of NW4. S'u' ,'i').jNW'i t ,
If the farmer
WE BUY carrots cabbage lettuce or produces in New River Cemetery with Masonic from our midst and In their respective State of Florida to-wit: XMVV of SW'/. NE1))
celery may be lightly salted and good cattle the city folk eat good South Three-fourths of South of S\V14. SW>/ SE14. it .
rites. The Rev. W. M. 04fo
Moody fields of labor. > -
one-half of Southeast Quarl..rfI..ctlon 25: SK 4 of SE NK': dv
beef If he fruit and
mixed with a little mild salad ; produces good pastor of New Hope Primitive 11, Township 8 South. NK'/4! of NW%, SW4: of Nt'SW'4.
HOGS-CATTLE AND dressing for sandwich fillings. vegetables. the city folks will get officiated and Be it further Resolved that we Range:' 23 Bust, containing; 60 NWl/4! of SE ,. of rf i,

these products to eat. It the farmer Church arrange- greatly sympathize with their respective Acres more or jess.The KI.J of NWV., NEl of SE'', 1.'
COW HIDES ments were In charge of Wilson assessment of the said property tlon 28; KE". of NEM. nf MNWU _
families in their
receives a good price for his products ; under the said certificate issued of \i.l\'E\I. of SK. ', -it,
Funeral Lake
\\IIOLKS.\I.E MEATS AltMOURS! BIG CROP he will have more to spend Home City. And Be it further Resolved thata wan 'In the name of L. O. Wet- tlon 33; N'(, of NWiNW w'
FERTILIZERS & FERTILIZER The large number of people m..'. SV& of SW%. of Section. 34 i
Ask For Our Smoked SausageAt with the city folks. copy of these resolutions be Unless said certificate shall be ship 8 S. Range 21 E. And .i'
The Markets and Grocera. The farmer lives away from present attested to the high es-, spread upon the minutes of this redeemed according to a:111tt: W 4 of E'4 of Section, > I
Cash Discount to teem in which this fine characterwas property described therein Township S H. Range 20 Ei.rt,
townsometimes several miles and be furnished I il I
Honorable Court
You Will Bfl Pleased With It. sold to the highest bidder at the
Commission Merchants and Wi of NW%. or Lot 4 tc \ ,r
member of the
held. He
Farmers from his neighbors In the city-but was a the Bradford County Telegraph court-house door on the first Monday of Grant Line, and S'a of "K: .t

ODOM & LAWSON Associations he comes to town he buys and sellsin Masonic Lodge and had been an active and that a certified copy be sent by which In Is the the month 7th.,of day December of December 1936. of Orant Line, of Section: ,, ai
J. L. IIARRELL,, Agent member of the Baptist Churchfor south of Orant Line except ", Opposite S. A. L. Ry. Depot. Lawtey Fla. the town and has town friends the Clerk of this Honorable Courtto I 1931)) SWV. of Section: 4, all .ill, ,
Dated this 3rd of
and associates. Thus the farm forty-five years. the family of each of said de 1930. day November Jrant line, except NW'., .f R\v'
R\V'4 or NE',, nf 8W" NE'4 ,
_and the town are very closely ceased. A. J. THOMAS swi of SW' SW' EV,
f Clerk of Circuit Court of lIt. .roJE : :
bound together. cording to Extension workers. submitted In Section 5; N'. Srtion
Respectfully open Bradford County. Florida. 9: In Township 9 I S Hnn,. :
While the bulk of feed to be used :
DIRECTOR When the city encourages and Court. 11-6-51-12-4 E. And also

supports the farmer he will make during the winter for dairy and KNIGHTH. Itl."S'I'R' SALE NW'4. Nfa! of SW',.. NW4 otst D. E.
My Many Years Experience; Makes It Possible for Me to Render his best effort to provide the kind beef cattle, has already been ensiled Notice la hereby given that under < of SE", .of Section 6 NE ,
X":',. 5W44 of NEO SENE,4. \ .'
EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE of food and other products that some farmers are still puttingup V. KNIGHTE. and by virtue of a Final Decree ofForeclosure W4fr ot W'rit! of NiV'4, N' '

MODERATE PRICES the townspeople want. sugar cane and late sorghum FERRYMAN made and rendered by SE'4. N4 of Inv'. of SE'i. ,"-ifHi" \
the Honorable A. Z. Adklns Judge 7: W' of NWli of NV'4 tY I
DeWITT C. JONES There's no doubt about it. The silage.As T. F. of the Circuit Court 8th Judicial SET of NW .. 8E<4 of SW'. jf !.

Starke Florida Record writer knew where of she a result of the large feed sup. HILL WILLIAMS flrcult County, In of Florida dated for Bradford October tim S: SWM of N1t. 8W-4 "it XW4W
Chancery .
>/4 of SWW. SE'/i' of SE'4 i 't
i spoke. ply many farmers have bought FLOYD GREEN 23rd 1936. In that certain c.u..ether..ln tlon 17; NEW of NE" lesr J i;rfi

hogs and cattle from the western pending between P. II. In SE cornel R1, of NWi4 i NE',1
Crews complainant and T. T. Shas- Slit' of NE'/., N'snf' $E', l liff"
drought sections for feeding.MywftTN. teen et a I. defendant, the undersigned lion 18 E% of Lot 1. of s> _II.; 1:'

I -&uJ CC 1H[ JEW I (0(J) 1LET i 1937 I C. ADKINS Committee. execute on. Special Monday, who the Master wald wan December Final therein In Chancery Decree 7th appointedas 1936.will to also In Commence Township; Sft 8 S.feet Range north K r: In

I JSOTICH during the the South legal door hours of of the sale Court, before glees arena west west of and center 30 feet line s'i'!h, \ _

Notice l ii hereby to all cred- ,
given ,
Itallwiiy track same cori -
House. In Starke Fla sell to the
I itors debtors and claimant. of and the NE corner of Caesar Cuiidi: ,
highest and best bidder for cash,
Jhe DOG- against the estate of F. A. Andrews the following described property or Land as recorded In Peed H '
( ornpjete GnnLCWplctefuT eur deceased. to file any and all claim lands, lying and beingIn Bradford PHHTX 418 of the public ,i.Alachua i.
Maid estate. with the Honorable : .
(80W against County. Florida to-wit: County Florida, run, /
E. K. Ferryman County Judgeof All \V'(, of SWti of See. IS. lying; !South 8S d.'r..8VeMt" 11-'
Bradford County Florida. within { thence North 22 degree Wfeet .
Kant of S. A. L. Ily; All fractions In
eight month. from the date of tint I ; thence North 68 deg "0 5
-. __._ fMLQ WJfl fllock 4 North Range 1 Went In! Simon
publication of this notice or the J. Temple's{ Hub-Dlv. nt Tem 1050 feet thence south 2. I or
be barred and uncollect- "
Mama will ..
ple's Mill HN recorded Hook ("*, page fast 207.5 feet to Ix-Klnn'
able by law, that all debt to said 424. record* of Bradford County. lands, being perpendicular\ \l.1' I
BUILDS CONDITION .itnte urn to be paid to the under- Florida that lie In BVV'l of 8WV lei to said railroad track, all: '
'IHTII as administrator of Sec 15. and. SE'/t of SU i of Sec. tlon 7; also NW. of Block ">
Tkli sew ft.,,k vegetaUe .. ,oct ".!p. Thin November ANbI1EWS 6th use 16, nnld fractions containing 2 ....cre.m"r. Orange Height' ; Comnit 1
toe. ..p a dog' ...rd.. ma gelsto O W. Adm'r.ll.S.4tll27 __ .. or less. ; 245 ft. wide N &: S and chains 34 links west of I li
hi good North side of N>4 of Block 2 North T, Township 9 S Rumrredondo "
-- CIIICIIT. rOVHT. lilt \nFOHUill Range 1 Went being all of aforesaid .\ Grant run th t
NOW < 'I'Y. -i\xiiiv NV j of block and range' being 22.& degree. West 5 .'hnlto /-
,t IFr._':,;k., InJata I t' PITY OF HTAHK13 A Municipal Initial point thence )ft .
t FORMS ,,__ ....'_ North of lands deeded to IV. N. .
/ ; : .' 's.-- Corporation. :Meachnm of Simon .1. Temple's Sub- chains to n stake thenrdegrees
e....... .d { ..
/ .- a._ o )g or. PlaintiffnnnIluT Dlv at Temple's Mill; also all Block West B.40 chalnt '
e Kessel Chow, V. ,,3 North Range Went; and all Et<4( thenco wext. 316 chains r.,
/ ;i_ .". *e. ...1. MPWAIV, and BERTHA 'of Block 3 North Range 2 Went; thenoe south 22.5 degree I
:MCWAI.V Mi. wife Joined by ROBIn all of NEil of Block 2 North Range. ,'ha In.. to beginning I of it
T '1t.\V AIN. her htishand and I West' lying; North of Meacham's l.i>t. 3 and 4 Millers. Subill ,
next friend, and EMILY I.. AMES. I land; all In KB", of SEH of Sec. 16. Section I : '1t f NW'i i>f \
( Al.ld SISTRUNK ,surviving widow and sole heir to Degln at a point In the center. of of NE'J\\.6 S'j SE>4 of SWBcren.
4 tin- 1":8'ate of n. T AMES: Decea.ed! l S A. L. Ry track where North line NK'i of SRU' of SWsic" I
tk FEED & SEED CO. anil LlOH HEINKBIIODT:\ :: of Seo. 21 crosses said track thence : .. of "Section 8: SEV4 of -<"
d \ Defendants. !Houtherlv: nlonif center of Bald of S'i| also starting at Si: '
\\i FLORIDA ouitKit OK pi "I.Tr'"rlO"I I track 2(0 ft: thence East 15 degrees Section 15, Township 9 S I II. IK. :
STARKK. THE 8TATH: OP: KI.OIHDA: South 600 ft; thence North ISdegrees run North along ean
\ TO: ROHERT :MC\VA1N BERTHA East to North line of Sec line of the Section 10 >'hitoorner
MCWAIM K.MILY'; t. AMES, survlv- I 82; thence West. to point of beginning of the Lot thenc Mallel '
r WIFE WK.S; HOH lug widow and sole heir to the Estate containing; G acres more or with South hoiinilni'tlon
\ : 1>. T. Ante Toceaset. and less; RegMn at a point In center of I 1 chain t BS'i links tc

TO GET DACE E: f'EP DORA HEIXKHHOPT. all of whom ,,8. A. L. Ky track 250 ft. Smith from nor of the lot, thence Noril.
: are rexlilent "f n state or Country i where North line of Sac. 21 crosses lei with East boundary of
For fort* y...... f TV mint FUd Cro. Lax a. unknown to the Plaintiff herein. I aid railway track. thence East 15 tint.. 11 chains to NW corne
tlv. Tablet h.w.j brought new .nrfty to Take Notice that the Plaintiff has degrees South at right angles with JOist parallel with south 1
____ ttrvil. blltouft lumiUilt, run-down people suf filed It. Hill of Complaint against said road ton ft: thence Southerlyand of Section t chain and 58'-,
ferinir from constipation. Rftl.rf !. prompt. you ltr.'dd each of you l In the above- I parallel with said. railway 249 fK corner: thence South al ,
"I..nt.) non-hnblt-formlnir. non-up..ttlnir.Th seeking the foreclosure ft. to a post; thence Westerly at Fast boundary of said Se
<. ca. fmou Red C.... m.,k on the p.ckir of a laying Lien. over the fol. right angles with said railway 140 chains hack to SE rornei ,
!I. your tunrnnt.. Only 2.a. r,.?. lowing I property In the City of ft to a post; then Southerly and Lot In Section 15; SW-i ,t
ftmple.. Writ Red Cro. R.mi>., D.pt. stark'. Uradford County Florida parallel with 8Rht I road 330 ft to the NI.I' of 8WM. lees 2 acrrAninnda :
I*. Jnckttonvilla. Fla., matte of Rud Crota to-wlt center of Center. St.; then Westerly C. King, SKV ..1 l .W ,
' Uv-O-Med.Red Cm.Chill .ml *'.v.r Tonl*. Lots Five (5) Six (8) and Seven along center of said Street to a Section 18; s'4' of a>i, if B't;' .
.nd Red Cro.. Rub for .unbutfl. athlete'. (7) of Block Sixteen (18) In Livingston point or Iron post In center of said Section 17, EV, of NE1: ,, "'
More: Than Ten Million People foot and tnueculspita.. Truby Addition to the Town railway track S20 feet: then Northerly 22In: Township 9 U KniiK
of Starke
along center of railway track And also

viewed the New Chevrolet in the first 24 hours .. -' ,. and you It Is are ord..r.d'that hereby' required you and to eachof appear 174 NEU ft.of to NEH place of of Sec.beginning 21 ami; all NW'In Th.) following('fountv descrlhedUrnilrord Florltta
to the said' Rill of ComplaintIn ',0'B'
dI of NW', of Seo. 22. All the follow "lof SEH of SW%. E''. 'i ; '
,;" said cause. on Monday, December7th. tog description In NW-4 of NW< of PR1.' "s'
; ,. 4 of !, of Section. 2: SW, ,
Thousands upon thousands have already 'placed orders. Other / -;' ..)'- .said ISiS,Bill otherwise of Complaint: the allegationsof will betaken Sec. 22. except. 10 and 82-100 acres. of RW.,... of Section. IS. In T.. "'
.' aa shown by deed from A. O. Dyal S South, Range 22 E. And ale'"'
--"li an confessed by you. It i! further and wife to O. O. Burroughs ,
thousands are buying at this moment. See and drive this dated described lan ordered that this notice be published Feb. 1. 1919 and recorded In Book The ollowlnir
i II; :j,: i
: once a, week for 4 consecutive S6. 104. public records of Clay Co.nty, Florida:
brilliant new car and you will want one too '.,, ': ; i .':: week In Bradford. County Tele- ford; .page County, Florida! to-wlt: Beginat Brad NW'i "of "''''4. of SecHi' '- .I I5WT4 I"

: ... G Ii: ::. r graph. a newspaper published In SE corner of land deeded to N. D Township 8 R Range 23 E. A'' I' n

Irs WINNING TilE OKAY OF THE U. S. .A.I with New High-Compression Valve-in-Head. Fjigioe. Bradford County my hand Florida.Witness and official. seal 1886.Hngaman recorded by In Wm.Book Lake H. p April 928 said 24. Ronth.rn lart f S"-ot.. Section less 9 II a. I!N',..} .,r

-more than the okay-the enlhotiaslie New All-Silrnt. All-Sterl Bodies, and New Diamp..deftel i of thin Court at Starke, Bradford yyr.b..ln'r *0 ft. from F. n. & !''IE'4 of stV'4. N'; or SE' ,,, tr'of ;: "
County, Florida this 4th day of 9' A. T-) railroad 111 scres ithe North and Eai Ph.... ;
I Crown Spe" lline Sty ling .. the oaty low-priced car with M11NOLE November "36A' and 445 ft from South line between N\VI% ; "E", and the 5' .,t :,''..

: That's the word that U coming from the cities,towns iVrfrrted Hydraulic itrskes. Improreal Gliding Kne Clerk J. THOMAS Circuit Court, Sea IS and 22 and running East IS 25 acres NEI4 of !oIE'.. ot" Kan
South 8 9
jegrees from said SE : In Towtaxhlp
am! farm of all America. where more than ten million Action Ride and Super-Safo Shockproof. Steering! *,. Bradford County Florida. 724 ft. to West line of H. F.corner Phillips And Also .

people viewed this DeW Chevrolet In the -and the which (OFFICIAL SEAL) land; then North IS degrees 48 Turpentine Leases "P""" .J
p _ only low-priced car : com T. FRANK LANDKUM East 244 ft. then East descrlhert I ,
; IS
d first 21 hoar where thousands. upon bines Genuine Fisher No Draft Ventilation Attorney for Plaintiff.1l6Sti34 degrees ;taJ'70.i: to post; then land partlcularlrltlescrlbed theei severally In said Ft. ii I 1

thousands have order THE ONLYCOMPLETE South 15 degree West 247 ft to a Decree and Slso
already placed and Safety t'Ute GUM All Around at DO (HAJlLlI GRipes.-'" then East IS South .ist

and where tIe demand for new 1937 CAR- extra costl 5tit. to West line ef.r..i: deeded The following described. pw at' '1being
YOUR IootII.Idto.I <<.loot ..d .ew.t.tee.t to Ja.. Thomas properties lo al..d at and 11'
Chevrolet i* increasing with each pawing Take look at this ear, take a ride in (10 a flMUvr.l fi..t .Imporifnce al tntt ........ DRINKAT said. line 806 ft.; then to Sec.Northerly line between on used upon and In onn< 'I' ;,

day! PRICED it. and we are confident that will give .....pr.ol>'MiM-l you of dows.towi, J.. ....III.. Every room with. on said' linn to NE corner. of hind location Hf J. t.Waldo "< Alschua
The reasons' are plain. Thi new SO LOWcar your complete preference to the tmplfH tab .nd >s....( tell ..!.', it... I"(. deeded from T r- Lamb to Wm Heights.Florida.and -w.' ., *';

Chevrolet for 1937 U the only low-priced ear-eumplrlriy nov ...... .... ......., i.s.y .tied. wik b.iee. degrees Lake Feh.Went t, 982; then South IS barrel County Still' : SO.OOO Fiat*Jo )
to -rlf.
.pnnf mtlttm >sd l.di,ljol Nldinf Imp. place of beginning ('ups; 83.000 ,' I..l' cup"; ? d.1

C .-.41...... -.I Ss.&p.Sno..ig M_ __r.l Mam ...., ...' /.;._MlAi>em'. All All containing SEt', at 12 8E14 ret See.' .I.r less. Dip Barrels; I' ,,'ord Truck. M'MI.t.'
p. _" .Ctii..< I Hour te../MrM.Mies. .. .. CONOIIIONIO AT lying A 1 Ford ut.'mohile Coul! "fib'
"" Is .. 7N' 5YS. A Gd M. n PJ COCKTAIL Fast of S. A. 1. By. In Twp S. It ; "
; .
-..... y.aussti- 23 Ea..t.. All nf said lands lying In ci A; 1 2-no. Walton and FI"
r-R&iH--Sui9l. p.-. B.thI Township 2 Mules: Comml.'y stock 11
wi RECESS 8. Ran. 22 E..t. aon. )'
I 7IR_ S200 IC R_ taming 12n .1".... more nr less. sit.uati.d turns Tool) and ImPI.lmen.l ;.'" the

I 40 R_ 13.00 14 ROMS 'f[]I AFTER SCHOOL I I with the In Bradford County. Florida; Turpentine kind. used ItupinePi In : .

Torode Chevrolet Co. I'.-to SSii s...",.___I._.-.we'-.i-p-.v.... I ''to to Satisfy be made appurtenances.the punuant same and to said coat.Said decree.sale ZAC.Jt AS SPECIAL D(MTh Mtioggett 4r0...ADoggett 0"':" ""n,

__0.>.. t POUND Mal.l, STARKE COCA-COLA 7.?. V. KNIGHT. srccoll"0' Howell
MOtlL OHOtO .5pecI.) Master .
V.c ..-.\O* BOTTLING CO. E. K. PERRYMAN Solicitor for plaintiff.Jacksonville .
STARKE, FLORIDA I :::- --v o -...,....- Solicitor n-30-u-n-n for Complainant. F1orid .

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fl. ? SAMUEL of a single large mattress Ten ELECTORS" I nuillttng and reporting of million. pressed through the ballot That

? \P'fIST cnuucn : ; she applied) the same precautionary ,nf votes It might be a month before \ their place on I the ballot of Florida
t II. Prlce' Pastor ia.I j.V eot&iY ,ico I measures to the git'':. The mat- For week the welkin has rung 1 any real result could be determined today In flU confusing i.l ,due panel

Sf" moi I. 10 o'clock a. m :,J; "l U tr.'sseR1'1'.' place.I' \n-avia.' with with praise' for Franklin D. Roose- and:! in the e\eni of u !p.xU! ti> ti.p tort t t th,,it "ri'" i nP'ltv "
<..JIoIA'n ., rhewhrerbr the girK he ids one \\uy. the boys' ill or Alfred :\t. L'vniiim for pies- ,dose election, fraud could! g'ttlict' '! .
I' In !I., 'tU will
( i mw .' 'bptgyarp 11 a- m. I., r W <4.MtTIO GOLDWYN.MAYtll "1' ", ) he ithoi n 'w. by a hit of (left'tr.ilegy. '.'nL of the J'niteii Staten.. Yet ;golden harvest. : -.itc v .o
I 'n. pP '.hen Floridaotirs, hamtexl | tnkt nn ""irl.t j 1 1.t mil\ .,,tai-'i fi" i 7 15: m. tJA.SEY! nAJNES iontrlvi-,1 to find a place were Tho other tu.iclion' of 11:, t-, ',. .
worship 7:30:: p. m. I t l Q ) \ .rectly n-puaite; Peggy: for once lie-! ballots' neither: came Appear-j' Loral college Is to preserve In- paily, t.,,> t I h ,illi age their!
': X !
peso ... Meeting:. Wednes- ". he had managed to get ahead 01 -d 1 thereon. \ landing of tho .small states In dominance Miami HcraUl,

s. ". ;., a''here ',. '. f/: rthut has ImpHO Acting on sudden Impulse. f'eog-I Rowdy, although It didn't seem Instead, the only reference to Florida we have a constant battle \ -- -

9Ip ; ,:.a prayer service Weiyllas It Vp1) pcntd 1 HO far: gy pulled a dressing gown about likely it would do him much good president was. a list of presidential for control between the !little

I m, \ I"'KICY O'NeaIP. her mid went down the hull to I under prevailing restrictions. lectors, and the voter was directed the big counties. To some ext 111\1 I II

p t:'' \\fi- "ItP"'I.bI"U'aWt, Randolph's room carryin a lighted The lights were blown out and to vote for seven cf them that la true with the nation Hv I

u!' Church 'I. .\ hilt fhiirnilngil.iiiRhtrr candle. She wanted to knock all was still. One by one the over- Nothing wan Indicated as to the retaining the selection of president,

.( M 1 Montgomery, Faster.Mptho 't. \,\ of the I but couldn't quite make up her night guests fagged out by their rohable result of voting for any and vice [president In the electoral \

ge, "' ,'1'001-1 a. m. .. Mt-IH-r' of the 'mind. Randolph, who was stand- strenuous exercise, dropped off to seven. The voters were left to college, tho ability of great centfrs Do you iuff, burning, scanty. w
Sunci ll\ Worsntp-11 a. m. t !'1\\t., Franklin Inn | Ing at the window heard the slight a blissful slumber. After a while assume that by voting for the first of population to dominate the elet htqutnt urination/ backache
orn>Dg ishi n ton'sin sound seven they would Indicate a preference tlon minimized. [ h.adach., dirrinsrs, (Ion of .ntrg.y,
JL,. ,,iii League--6:45: : p, m. f. : (( of footsteps and stepping I Peggy, straining her eyes In the Is
rtmnx. Worship. 7:30: p. m. I .$ '!.'. ',,t o i |M>pulnrt'Wrn to the door opened It himself dark, became aware that Bow a for Roosevelt, and for the Electors today have no wills of I I Ua Pin th. ,cyst.welling? Ar. you and tir.puffinessunder d, eavw
e '' ':-' In 1823 "What Is It, Margaret he asked few Inches was mumbling to second seven for London. inelr Onboard
"i ,Invited to: all these serv- '' away own. They are pawns on cu.-(..1! all unttrung and don't
fob no .. \ him made thetIll" anxiously. "Is some thing himself. The elector as a national institution of national politics moved know what i Ii wrong?

B/ I ..... '...; \ 'r mistake. of ac wrong?" "What are you doing?" she whis dotes back more than 100 by the will of the people ua. ex1IY.1.1' Than Qire! soma thought to yourhldnayi.
pre+ >'trliui Church \ \U 's, .,", ;:-('epling: a secret "I've come to talk to you John" pered. years.' when the nation was! very Ba iur. they funetlOnJFOIH': "-

H. Lowry, :Minister I rl"llllpz'OUM'It h said young It was proposed' at the 'ly foi functional >
h; ge Peggy In a determined voice IIL.\ )itic:
Art m- Sabbath School. .. marling piilinrpinlor. I'l-of. Iji "Counting sheep,, he replied."I outset> that the people should elect mill..c..s wait to stay In the blood,
"What shall talk about ?
i! J.nod Oli(,' v M Morning Worship; I Roy Sunilorlunil. SnlmtltntliiK fore"- 'naked Randolph we guardedly closing thought you were asleep," she their best l citizens\ and allow them iiKMtviH' l:111t vriit: : 3.iv: and to potion and upset the whole
I relolned. lit iliik, ,Ili| 5tas.ee' hotliM. \ m tli-tlll ,ytttm.Uta,
LnnoD 'i.v the pastor. \\ht'n gulls! fully, 8'lRd"1.lIId trim the door behind her. "I can't sleep," said Dow. "I'm 1t1 turn to name a president: and ml Narel' luily, You I.w NIIIII. i Doe,,', Pill.Doe,,',are for des
Young Peoples Vesir I to abduct I'egsry. the U. vice president. Before thin plan liaitltitviN. Roes to "t""k'III>> I'! .
+ 3 5:00 u m sawed" > "About kidneys' only. They are recommended
: ourselves! flung out thinking about nomethlng. the .pool, ttlUtlilfl, in lion ( iinson, '1 UllIM
Serv LII her colored wrviint-hut Sunderlaiul. Peggy"About and me I| "What is It ?" was tried out even once, poht- till II\I&hIH.\ > ( ft. I'Miu-iU' iK"it-, ? ..ail.." the world ore You can oct the on>
I i mEvening Worship I Injured In the fight, brings a you. Ical parties took the situation in that) ),111..1111&. "i ,bin 111.4.'. h"1 I) vise Uroa->l.d Does at any drug)
u The I time has when we've "I how ., ,
come was Just wondering
marauding moh to got you .and. and made the electors mereretituren fiUNh out t'Xt err nctdt' tul Itii.n'i i ttor.
rupture the ser- to face the truth." She stepped I could possibly slap face if I I II'M I b) ( ) OI HIM th, fitiniitu' 'HIt
Church my will. i "hl\: \ :: : : ,
Baptist of ,
Ro.\\ood pant and burn him.CHAPTER, political I M- bin li-a >N, JtillIll-I 'nil I dudi i t '
G. Hemingway Pastor closer to him. "John I love you." ]1 1I were to kiss you"' "thr, i tlruwH\, ruut'li into HI" ..>.'n '1tih1 I t .
L. the electors have
Rev Blbl "Love me?" queried Randolph "I'd find a way" said Peggy. Since that day lust' "It) IJtllitfour \ "I' tn um rli ""II'IJ\,1 I U
Services every Sunday. FIVE I served two useful functions Each ila\ If ,.Ht. pli'HHfttl K<> Ir.u*|
for once devoid of all his states- "You mean you'd punish me fora .
e rudy 10'19: a. m. Services at 3:30: state has as many members of the and "KHt your .tnc Mltrh ll's tlaantr.
'manlike assurance. little thing like that? "' *
l.clock in afternoon. John Randolph found a black- electoral' college as it has senators -
"Ves,1 she replied. "You seem to "Yes, answered Peggy. and representatives in congr.'lIs. BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull
, I I' IIETIIELPTiST CHURCH snake whip, and, beating about An unusually heavy clap of thunder
be the who
only one Washington
to this mechanism -
him By
' Faator superhuman energy, forc- sounded outside. Ilin of Caskets Si Undertakers Siii> >lln.
i Ite,'. L. A. Uonnley, doesn't know It--who hasn't knownit the results of the national,
ed his
to the side of Andrew "
way "Hear that? said Bow. "That'smy AMBULANCE Sltlt\'ICa.
' first Sunday. "
{: every for !
Services years will be known today by
Jackson. Some of the men who election n.\Y AND NIU1IT
, 2:30 heart-asking you to marry
t Sunday': School and : p. m.Servloes felt Randolph's lash about their "Peggy," Interrupted Randolph, I me." he simple adding of 531 electors 53 HONE 53
I; Study Prayer "
fy able! Saturday night. face decided they had had enough "you're only nineteen. "Is It ?" asked Peggy. If we had to wait for the counting, (1. II. BENNETT. Mr.

,&(..' uery of combat. Others pressed for- "Stop it, John!" she cried. "Do :I "Yes,," said Bow, straining his "A HOME-LIKE:

i Mark's: Episcopal Church ward In an attempt to keep Jack- you think Rowdy was talking to a head forward. "My lips have gone INSTITUTION"s

Ii Horning prayer and Sermon on; son from shouting Instructions to child when he asked me to marry as far as they can alone." Still Coughing? I II s I

" second and fourth Sundays at those standing in the doorway of him? Perhaps Bow Timberlake I Peggy quivered. Bow wanted hei
tie the Inn. would rather have given me a doli love and John Randolph didn't. II No matter how many medicine
a 11 a. m Holy Communion I you have tried for your cough, chest
,\ toys it 10 a. m. Litany and choir One of the mob leaders decided tonight than a kiss? And Professor -I her first choice were denied whj, cold or bronchial Irritation you can For Expert Repairing

practice every Friday night at 7:31pat : that the best way to break the I Sundeiland. was he going to i not take a second best' ? In the get relief now with Creomulslon, 'fSmith's
morale of the defense would be to,I carry me off to buy me toys? I ve 1 I darkness she strained forward amI Serious trouble may be brewing and

spirit Peggy away. He called a loved yuu since I was old enoughto I the compact was sealed by a kiss you with cannot anything afford less to than take Crcomul-a chance !

husky colleague to his side. anJ I, spell the word Now I'm old (Next neck: Peggymnrrlt'p Don Eton, which goes right to the seal

sllently the two advanced from behind I'nough to' tell you about it'' \ TlmlK-rliikr, hut has, to part (roil of the trouble to aid nature tc Garage
hint almost lmmi'dlitel.v "h.'.. In soothe and heal the Inflamed mem

BOB JONES I :, In ordered aboard the "('ou..tluitlon. branes is loosened as the and gcrm-lnden expelled. phlegir

.") Even it other remedies have,

(Comments On Here -| ----- ---.--, -- failed, don't be discouraged you; Phone 120 1
druggist is authorized to guarantee .
; United States Canada '
And Hereafter i Next to the-
Creomulslon and to refund you:
i Is the most auto-minded coon money If you are not satisfied will! Wrecker Service Day or Night

try. with one car to each elgli results from the very tlrst bottle .
Somi time ago the writer cull Get Creomulsion right now. (AdV.'
persons. ..
tier M'' J S. Mack who is head ------ ------ --' -- -- -- -- "

lo outer to get his financial coop t

mtior tn the building program ,
which is planned by the Bob Jones i i I

College Mr Mack is a successful! j, ,I I.
business man and a Christian. He'' E

rai reared on a farm in Pennsyl.

lima/ His parents were Irish and r THE FORD V-8 FOR 1937

btlleved the old Gospel and stood I .

fertile old faith. Mr. Mack quoted V ''? ;

several times a Qlble' exprea-1 lf

lion which he said was his moth.

r'i favorite Scripture-"If you 7k Qua&y in &Eowyzu e &ilu
fn R cup of cold water In my I

mat you have your reward." | ft gy Jound eerufj prot it/ttt with luftmtlt ",
Vr Mack has done much for his Rowdy Dow .154 y I .
t i iv
Bow 7'imlrla( "
Ji1 home community. The Lord t' .>;{ .: :j
Wprospered him but he has not I III -, .. , 1" .. ,. ;... -' J('"""'' .. j
forgotten the simplicity of his ear-I .

h boyhood days. He showed theotter
Ran r r'I'
"Walt. Peggy Interposed :
as the girl stood in the shadow
a little monument to his
With a io'ph. Try to understand. What
of the servants' lodge.
mother which he had erected at the
I minute she have we that we can claim together
the last ,
dwelt! m the old home town. The
should be
back. Them I II ? Your Interests
them and pulled
aotumtnt! bears the Inscription, i sow!
seize her as singing, dancing, enjoying your
"If vou of cold water In <.n reached out to
give a cup I -Ie If. My head buzzes with tar- '
she turned and slipped. '
ny nime you will have your. re I >
ward if mothers could only know Heroic'\ intervention came neon : ffs. by-laws, states' rights. Peggy .I.. .._ ._.. 1a .( .-
be for --
if I did love you It / Y
!the of their Influence over Il\n unexpected source now Tim 'i
(power a I
tonight tomorrow, the next day or 1 y e A, ,.1.11 r I[ i
then children. With all of Mr. I berlake, wearing a white flannel : hate
whit? You'd .
.wek but then
Pack: a business prestige and business shirt that he had hastl.y denned. me. I won't have that. .. '., ,/ 1\0'1\

success he turns now to the I locked from his second floor win \
words of his sweet Christian mother low saw what was happening, and "I love you" answered Peggy \ 1'n f

who has gone on to heaven. The.I made: a flying leap. He landed quietly. ,

remembers, the things his 'iftride one of Peggy's assailants "I'm sorry then." said Randolph ,;:: t

mother used to say to him. Im- I md despatching him with a swift .fter a barely perceptible hesita r

prertons> made! upon the minds of blow whirled to give the tame tion. "I don't love you, Peggy. '

young people are made to stay. treatment to the other. "You're a liar, John Randolph

I On all sides the battle still raged I II answered Peggy, putting her arms: ,
of the invaders who camecarrying I around his neck.
Pri of but some
iiclent' Robert I Gannon,
Forrlham University, said recentI I : tco havy a load of liquor By a rigid effort or will Randolph w
to feel Its effects restrained himself disengaged
I) in ,in address to lawyers In New wre beginnng j
attacking force were her arms drew back. Peggy t
York nty. "As belief in God decl Many of the y ',, ;r
struggling with one turned quickly and left the room.
see believe in the omnipotence Punched: up.
of Gan ".nother. Others decided they had Two nights later the tumult of
non man was Increases.right. The tendency of absorbed vanished. enough punishment and the battle In plans at the for Inn a gala hud been hay ride forgotten [ V. 8 V.8ORSE 78y

human nature is to deify maa. humanize
The turning point of the fray The only problem, so far as Peggy. 'o'll ER HDRSEPOi
God, and minimize sin. of Rachel concerned was the matter of \\ \ Wheelbasesu WER
the appearance was Sizes One I
tna will not accept God and admit I ws herself Two Engine .
Is,: dependence upon God, then he Jackson at an upstairs'! window -n escort She found pro i i Caotf
bucket of boiling water vlded with two. Bow Tlmberlake 'l1f
has no one upon whom he can reply | Swinging a hand, she and Rowdy Dow. and, rather thar I! 1AJJ.1111D1r1ortnJI\ ;: rlllJIJC' Willi1
tot will. with a practiced ffiflmg
himself. Man by his own C11unm1
himself. brought a responding moan from :urn down either one flatly, she watt. \\! ennd EcoIlOllJl
Paper restrain :
is unable to
Human nature is naturally corrupt I her human targets below. Genera sandwiched hav-rack herself between then: lfh.- AND A NEW LOW PRICE : ...,... =
the :
wild-eyed ap
In in
looked : -
The 'ackson up u,..
wereborn .
Bible teaches that we o -...
this proval.1.I When the party arrived at their __......-.. r...... ....
In sin The writer
PikeHouse -
joab rider'
\ love! lie shoutad. destination Oxen
h "Cast wider, my

au Any student of human nature festivities were well under

of history, or of literature Is "Wider. it la Gln'ral!' called back way. Dancing, games, solos on the New Ford V-8 for 1937 in the We invite you to ee this new
to discover with there man. Is Man something Is I 'Rachel, registered a perfect bulls- flute and harmonica, and volun-all ,I THE t beautiful Ford car ever ofFord) car, and) arrange to drive onnequipped

out of wrong touch with God In his na- eye with the second bucket mob was In teer amateur to make entertainment the affair a huge I IUCCeflS fered. It is built in only one ize- with the engine that file FEATURES

tout Instituted A moment later the helped comfort and l need..
state. The movements i flush-, itandJcd of your
looked more i roomy
I retreat. Hands protect- ] Peggy one AnrtASANtt-A newly designed rar. n".aV
| lisorderly
by men may seem to be different '! the backs of their burning ed and lovely than ever in a new :, modern appearance. But you may lamp recessed in fender i apron. Modern lid.
but they are not different I" .ng rushed for dress. She felt much mor { either the improved I 85-I horee- .
They< Idea tha.tPlan I necks, the attackers evening have type hoo.l) hissed. .! the back. Larger lagnagapitrn.
built the Rowdybut
In >
upon front gate. Those who still lagged Intercut ed In Bow than 'I for maximum Spare tire enclosed within bod*. Cam
In himself, la capable of the taken In she tried hard to maintain an power V-S engine p rDASi $ il (b

thieving the best. The promise behind were quickly force."I Impassive neutrality as she dance- | formanf*..-or the T>PW 6O-homepower :, pletelynowtnterierisSlanting. V-IypewinJebielJ
It l left rind by the home PRICES np..n.ln.l1elo..de....
"wrong. Man In himself, haven't with her two escorts. __.
caused a rumpus maximum eronomy.
alone! climb have V-8 en
goes down. He may bare- Suddenly there came a reverher- ; g. At Dearborn Plant
I?" Peggy asked her rescuer make. COM0T AND QUin-A LI,. roomy Cur Estra
up for him time j possible
a while, but give of thunder. Everyontrushed The engine
of the fact that his sting: crash Tof, Dlvry'! and Handling' ,
conscious U In the Im.ly. not taken by the euginaunder
a determination p.n-B
ail 1 'y
he will fall. Will power A ear-lower costaand
encircling her waist to the windows. | lighter, operating Gumpwt, Spot Tlr.1 and, Aeestwde.,
had been the hooil. Comfort of the CenterPulseOmIY
and en- arm the
blood, across ,
good three minutes. of rain began to pelt i a lower price. Additional
virrnment substitute forth for the past further lnereuseJhy.moolberunlonofthe l
are no want to get abducted glass. I available,1 with' cV) II"
power cf God which is Imparted "Next time you "I ad- "We can never start back inn j When you drive the 1937 Ford with trsn orenffinff long-4ap rlng aprlngi, with new prewure lobrl!
Buw .
back without riff lore
& trusting hearts. smiled for sailor ItfuUlvely this." said Peggy anxiouily I the 8 lonf'lo- I er V-8 engine, you h.-p..w..r rull./n. NVw nieibail< of mounting body .a send a Tudor Stiiun J TudorTouring
to ) ,
--- __ _J M rise you her then bade Frau Oxenrlder. a resourceful master nf a power plant that -tltiipmrnltl- -- engine muLe Ibb u quieter| cur.SAFETY. .
kissed are
he moment I Sedan" Fonder Sedan, FordnrTouring
TRAIN SCHEDULE: night. Dutch matron pondered a givn everything I you can poaaiLlydemand I SfJtn Five window I
er good forward with a safe and i, Coupe
I When Peggy was escorted back then came It would never do I I in ipueil and acceleration. Off Tare type, with B"> h.>r<...

()ltr schedule cnaojM Sunday. f to her room, her father making a'I novel solution.the people home In Today improved carburetion I enable pnwrr ntgmi", ; Tudor Sedan, Tudor slANtt-New EauyArllon fatftf. Crate, of
send young
Ms an- to
Aoril 26, and trains will run aj fol. igoroua effort to cr-ntrol of one I this Inclement weather, and there )I it to deliver it* thrilling performance Touring Sedan Tonltit Swlao, Fordor the cable and conduit control type. "Tbe aafety

Ibp. ;er. she could think not only the smiling\ was a way by which! they could remain I, with unmnally low gasoline", Touring Sfiltn Five-wlndew Coupe, of steel from peilal. wbeel." Self-energising.

Southbound nlng. That was it was the overnight. noaibler." Phaeton Club Caliriulrt. ear momentum It used la help apply the brake

g'\ '> i-Due Starke 11:31: P. 1L lee of Bow Tlmberlike of courage: and "I will. new you all In one bt':, consumption.- Convertible, Cabriolet Club Coupe, Te.. show thai about one-third lea
1\1 1\': -Due Starke 3:12: P. M.107.Due emarkuble display by John Randolph.' bundle! she cried. "The boys i-- The new 60-homepower V-type 8- Convertible Sedan. BUT* i* required to top the ear.

I. Starke 9:12: A M.., j Jtrer.gth shown to the gills in another" V-8 imooth- 1lieu
I nature one. delivers
Northbound 1 He. a man avers by bludgeoned agreed amid muc' cylinder engine AUTMONIZID rOHtt flNANCC PLANS BOOV-Nut an ounce of wood need. for atmetarattrrngth.

J1" 2-Due Starke 4:55: M,. | physical combat, had literally into submls- laughter.Everyone The old Puritan: CUlIOzr.I' and q1'letne.s-even; at .peed I $23 __,i. .h., _.. "._.'. Frame structure .U.,1. sheathed. with t

J1" 18. -Due Starke 10:38: A. MNf' .. a whole crowd was a rarity in nineteenth j to 70 mile an hour with fuon-: _r. ..f' ..f _... .n tmr* y.. f... steel panel.-lop, iJtle and floor. All are welded
I at her heart of bundling up .._ .. ...
She felt a tug but -..- ..Y .... ... _
108-Due Starke 8:15: P. M,. sion. reflected on the ungracious century Washington line mileage .o high; that it crr'.te* l1..h... ...._ ".k ,_. r.... ....... ..._ Into a ogle I ateel unit of great atrength. SafetyCLt
Starke and Wannea Branch I I when she she had received here was one occasion where it hat I of eronomy w'_, .e1'.-. pier .f .... (1.1'._I .a all around at no *>tr* charge.I .
lvu 101-Leaves Starke 1:00: A. M,. | way In which afternoon come splendidly to the rescue. I an f'n t..rf'n. Cw. ,.
v 102- -Arrives Starke 1:50: P. VI, ,.1' his Interference right about Frau Oxenrider first sewed th |I in modern motor car op r..iftJ.
I had been so very the fu.J:
He within
Dally by one,
except Sundays.T. and abe ao. misled. boys, one ,
J. GRIFFIN. 1 ryr


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!1 O'I'If'F APPLICATION CARD OF THANKSWe !' conducted along i : these lines.I : A tiny and lifted their hearers to higher Mitchell's "

} Bradford County TelegraphEstablished <..r von.. wish to thank our many I tot volunteer* a Bong for Jesus and nobler ambitions. of Christian>, Redrt'm'o.te
NOTIi'K' : IS HKUKBV I ( lr1rl} ;: friends for their untiring efforts and rendered It''ftl'Y' earnestly and living. The Interior of MI,'
I That; R.I J Slarllnn, bolder of There was a splendid group present Store has ,. !1
and who faithful to us been ,
1377 Tax CBl-tlflfHtB No. 13r: I lunueil the were MO ( sweetly; then there were songs trap r [
lirt day ft Amount., A. i D. mi. hoe during the sickness and death of" with guitar and also with piano to enjoy the blessings even cents an attractive ,,1' \: per .
MEA'tBEP.V rum mjufte .name appllciitIon In my for offloi a tax.and fined has to our dear husband and father and accompaniment by the Silverer though the night was cold. appearance Th.i i !
hi limuucl ,,,.renn. Maid certificate also for the many beautiful flowers Missionaries whom the Mission The study used was "The Ark, window In the front i 1 ?lc l
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION\ pnll"property ae.M lit'the the following C'nunly of Hrad IIprrlb..d ford, :May God's richest blessings folks have learned to love through The Passover, The Fiery Serpent, also being remodeledforded .\; "
\ 1Q35 State of Florida: t '-wltIllmk > rest upon you all. their earnest personal work In the and< The Rapture" allowing how ..--
': 16 C'roiiliy lake Short-' inMoutheast Mrs. A. J... Green town and community. They also God has given opportunity to men those ,
... ::J.o'WXVId 'Jeotlcia _. Quarter/ of Suction 24 who wu tn'I ,
and In Notlh.H.t Quarter of and Family. gave some missionary experiences down through all the ages to be The regular art p. ;1"
-- Sl flange><>lloil SI 26 Ra Township.t. 6 Mouth .-. showing; how "Jesus never fails" 'Saved and, the privilege still at- but bringing others 111
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Th aHK..MHment nf the Bald properly MISSI01'' HAM.
under the wild crllflonte i.-l -
:Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida surd will In the name of A. F. Mar Informality and originality In order -
--. .. --- colt of 5 / nothing new In
-- rvlces
(!nlfii. Maid certificate shall lie
E. L. :Matthews .___ Editor and OwnerSUBSCItII'TIONr ; ri-dceinrrt arcnrdlnir to law. th. the! meetings heM at the Mission :
.- - -- -- sold l property i In the drHcrllied highest therein bidder will at thecourthouse he"j and this week's Bible study was10'ru'fJ s. R. JOHNS
door on the first Monday I ,
RATE In the month of January. IS.17. OF PKril.. MAa'rl;"',,
which In the 4th. day of January" 'LI'J
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance 11I37.I Notice In hereby given that under
Dated. this 17tH., dny of November and In accordance with the final decree Phone
Advertising Hates Application I I SKIS. of foreclosure and sale renderedby Free
.. A. J. THOMAS: the Court In 'that certain causepending & SONS
........ .- ---- -- .- ------ Clerk of Ctrrult Court In the Circuit Court of 45
of Bradford County. Florida. Bradford CiVnnty Florida, In Chancery Delivery
: Join the Red Cross. Don't wait to be asked. I 11-29-61-12-18 Bank, of wherein Columbia The IH Federal plaintiff Land and
Fred J. Pattee et al. are defendant
o .OTU.J OF IfP.: U. M.-\IITv.n' --
MtNotice ) cane No. 837. the undersigned, SpecialMauler i GUARANTEED
Did come through Friday the thirteenth in good IH hereby given that under by Mid decree appointed will
cell to the' highest' bidder for cash
and In accordance with the final decree
shape? of foreclosure and ale rendered at the South front door of the county FLOUR 24 Pounds
by the Court In that certain courthouse In Utarke.! Bradford 0 70cLARGE
raune pending, In the Circuit Court County Florida( during the legal
of Bradford County Florida InChancery hour of vale on Monday,4>ecemherTth
beginning real football wherein The Federal Land l 016, the followingdescribed
to have
Now that we're some
Dank nf Columbia !Ic plaintiff: and yemmi NsrltpateI: .I Bradford Coun- I S LARGE O. K. ,

weather, the season is about over. Scott, cane It. Swindell! No. SMS.et the al. undersigned are defend.ante Nw4 of.NW",' .a.'hd> SWVJ of NW%' APPLE BUTTER __ _15c WASHING POWDER 10C ,
And NWV,'Ol,BW" all In Section .
Special! Master by said deer appointed > ,
0 will Hell to the hltrhnnt-txirt f TownshipII.V<< |thTR:!ai; '.n sandwich doesn't de- der for canh al the South front door -.d p.ptmeiIn eorntik"i. NEW FLORIDA i
store CAME
who orders drug BREAK 0'
Anyone a of the county court house In Starke.Bradford ner % at Bald o o- MORN

serve the best-he doesn't expect it. legal. hour County of sale Florida on Monday.during n.the.. Went tlon. TownsidtLahd Hantf.1S80 1a..t.. and East run SYRUP, Gallon -________ 50c COFFEE, Lti:. -- 15c
camber 7th 1938. the following d.. 210 feeti thence North 1320 feet to
o KCrlbed property situate In Wr A Western heiress has been married to four different NWJi'ounty of NKVi"Florida and to-wit HKS :of NEW.' Section his! feet S,of Township said 8W 8%South ef.. W14 Range,of NO.1 1 IRISH POTATOES 10 Pounds 25c
all In Section 34 Townithlp Seven t3 containing" : 0 .
well trimmed each time. tW. grlt.h.w f.rr'li a
barbers. She got pretty !!South Range, fj 1.aet. containing 80acrea acres,
more or let**. Together with and singular the tenements heradlt
o the: tenement, hereditament and aments, aiirft appurtenances there COCOA Lb. Can __ lOc MATCHES 3
appurtenance thereto belonging or untobelonging\ or in any way ap -- | Large lOc
At least scandal hasn't besmirched everyone in Holly- in anyway appertaining.B. pertaining. '
wood-there's always Frankenstein and :Mickey Mouse. Special: MaNierin Chancery. A* Special Master In Chancery. 2 for 23c
o --- for Plaintiff. AttorneyH for Plaintiff. ,

What to do with your spare time becomes a problem only 11-20-3t.U.t U-30'3trlJ-4 MEAL 10 Pounds 25c

after you have told your troubles to everybody who will listen. And the Worst is Yet'to ComeL7E --- 0 .

f Large 21c
The Miami Daily News heads an editorial "Vicious Can-

ard." We gather they mean something or other is an awfullie. '"- TOMATOES, 2 No. 2 cans 15c t| PEACHES, No. 2l/2 can 15c

0- I(J L L- BANANAS .4 Pounds a 16c

Plant City serves notice on the country that it can look ,.

for strawberry shipments to begin from there almost any day COMPLETE LINE OF FRUIT CAKE MATERIALS


\ Bye baby Bunting daddy's gone a-hunting. The chancesare I

even he'll come back here, if someone doesn't take him fora
deer. BUTTER, Lb. __ 35c Cincy SCRATCH, Sk. $2.501;

0 ig ROAST CHUCK, Lb. __ 12'/2c C. S. Meal/ Sk. $1.90 I

(. Four out of five who ask for advice either want to start 1 CHEESE, Lb. __ 25c SHORTS, Sk. __ n $2.20

an argument or are hunting a unique introduction to a hard PORK STEW Lb. __ lOc Cincy MASH, Sk. ? $2.75

'' luck story. ,. y Pure Pork SAUSAGE, Lb. 25c I We Pay 3c Below Jacksonville

o BOLOGNA, Lb. 15c Market for Your Eggs. ''I
I A WPA Unit in Texas reports a workman more than seven -- i

feet tall. How terrible it must be td have a shovel and be too r's ----

tall to lean on it. ON DISPlAY at *U Brick Sbowrottiu

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Each 50c Spent for Groceries or Meat .

entitles! you to a $2.50 Grocery Order

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; ROUND STEAK, Field Fed, Lb. 18c
.. traliika
,.' RIB STEW, LoU of Meat, Lb. lOe

MIXED GROUND MEAT, Lb. 15c' SENSATIONAL n the fervor with which That's why every car in the 1937 Buick

pubUo baa taken to its line-the SPECIAL the CENTURY, the
NECK BONES, 3 Lbs. .. 25c heart the brilliant motor can offered by SOADMASTBR and the LIMITED-i.i a
Buick this year. triumph visibly and intrinsically outranking

FLOUR 24 Ibs. Indeed the sweeping of the 1936 anything w* have ever Jo".. '
72c12Lb; .. 40c success
MODERN BUS Buick program flatly! and
Travel by challenged us
Each has more beauty for dazzling style,
our great pere..t.General Motors Co.
POTATOES, U. S. No. 1,10 Ibs. 25c momentous decision.Should more power for breathtaking action,
Tn. Mooom bus; ol today ill a vast contrast to th. luardoa BMaaaf "
.trs.al the PUtfrun ua.4 to visit th." loved slag foe Thanks more room for full-family comfort moredownright
; SUGAR, Best Granulated 5 Lbs. 25c gri-rlntj. With ulh-a-modera. motor base. ever scanla Novombor highway we continue this amazingly popu "road-command" for safety I
" )b you should not miss ThanksgiviB dinner with U>. homo-folks. Jar line of cars into next year, perhaps and pleasure. I
'br Tha cost U so much 1M than any other way-a fourth U>*t of the prudent thing do-or should
t. r Pure Hog Lard or Compound, lb. I2l/zc driving your owe automoblla--you can .**. onouqh to buy lhaTaanki9 dare broad improvementto their we See them-thnt you'll know why Buick't: ;
>Tin<7 turkey. Big. roomy bua. of (latest d i9G lreq enldepartures upon
'I that onabla you to laa.o wbeaevar you wish tho spectacular excell 'ice? soaring sales curve is headed for'et j I
TOMATOES, No. 2 can, Standard 7c C.&',s ol driving in Iho hand of an sport mako this thai moat loftier altitudes next year. !
o"reorabl.! way to travotEnough We felt there was only one right answer ;

RICE. Fancy, Patna, Long Gr. 5 Ibs. 2Sc Sans for Thanksgiving Dinner to that question answer, the-and bold that's and wh progressive JT TAKES t S i(

Round One Round insiders now forecasting 1937 are l'u..... u n "t
BACON No. 1 Very Best Lb. 17c Way Trip Way Trip YOU've Got '
already saying "It't Bick 1 1
JACKSONVILLE .$.80 $1.43 TALLAHASSEE.. 2.80 S.05 : again/ 16r .,..., B-"I. $ 165 :
MIAMI _______ 5.80 1035: ATLANTA ___._ 860 10.10 _forJ p'itA i
ONIONS, Fancy Texas, 2 Ibs. 5c W PALM BEACH 5.25 943: CHATTANOOGA. 7.23: 13.05: That why on top of $15,000.000J",1', 1 Ik .oJ" 1a; 1
TAMPA ------w_ 2.60 4.7O NEW YORK ____.14.13: 23.50: recently spent re-tooling and re- .11 iu 9w tIS.llirt, b lf1"i f/illl, 9
DRLANDO ______ 2.60 4,70ASH'TON.. D.C..11.8O 21.25: Buick's
DIME BRAND MILK, Can lOc :3AINU3VILLE __ .50: .90 INDIANAPOLIS .12.83 23.15: fauipping great plant we +* ", ,". /".
mhw ..
__ !appropriated and are now spend t4J'; 1 :;. .
LAKELAND _____ .80: 5.03: CHICAGO 14.73: 28.55 iw& arr II ;. tons c-6
SAVANNAH ..,, 3.3.1 6.05: lfsoo.OOO( more. ._. prot' p Jj\O
MATCHES -- "' oetuau
Penny Boxes 2 15c 1.00 1 80 a
pkgs. OCALA rr// 114ytM
------ AUGUSTA ______. :3.30 9.55NEW you Mattlaa
FT. PIERCE 4.35: 7.75 IAOttaY
---- ORLEANS 8.63 15.5O
TOILET TISSUE, 3 rolls! lOc MELBOURNE ___ 3.90 7.03: PHILADKUPHIA 12.95 23.41

10 Pct. Reduction on All Round Trips


O. L. BKASLKY. Agent Register Motor Co.South
FREE DELIVERYWE Opposite Court ilouac Htartia Florida .


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