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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 27, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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PECAN CROP I FRATERNITY TOTA TRAYNEW AT STET- 1 DRAWINGS I \ FOR SANTA IRKED i GET READY BURN MORE GAS GOOD PRICES- r


SON BY SCARCITY OF LETTERS CONSUMPTION HERE TAKES
HEADED BY \\1
FROW
FROM HIS! BRADFORD I JUMP OVER FIGURES r
'DOUBLE STRICKLANDFrow
MARKET!
Strickland, former B H NOWCOMPLETE ,' BOYS A3:.' GIRLS TO MAKE MONEY FOR LAST MONTH FORECASTFOR

Santa Claus lib getting a little Gasoline consumption In Bradford -
S athlete
now a Junior at Stetson
LAST YEAR'Sfarmers Is Impatient with his little Bradford County showed a marked rise
University head of the newly' EXPERTSADVISE BERRIESOutlook
formed protective organization of : County friends. He says they don't from. 87,257 gallons! In Septemberto :

write him nearly so many letters 93.3H1 gallons In October according
dining room waiters, "I Tota Tra." I I
I o.s they used to do years ago. The to figures just released. by
This
Have Grossed
group the has as its purpose "to Structure Planned To old fellow doesn't know whetherthe licst Christmas Business the state Department. of Agriculture Fine Unless
give
Around $9000 students more efficient little folks just don't want The Increase represented a
I'
meal service" I He About50 much for Christmas or whether I Since 1929 Is total of 6,12 gallons. Rod 'Weather

So Far Pledges will wear pins In the I Feet Long they Intentionally Intend to neglect Expected Total figures, for the state show Interferes
shape of food :
trays upon which the I
I ed an increase from 21O 7,838 gal
words him.At .I -
"spill naught" will be Inscribed lons in September to 23," I,337
COOPERATIVE MARKET any rate, the Telegraph will\ gallons
PROJECT HAS BEEN SUBMITTED MONEY LOOSENING UP INCREASE OVER 19.W
LAST WEEK follow Its usual custom of prlntng In October. The latter figure
HELD HERE Strickland TO ACREAGE IS A S S URED '
Is the son of A. S. STATE WPA Santa Claus ]tiers and will WIT H R11SHIIARSONVarious represents an Increase of more

Bradford County mark- I Strickland of Starke. guarantee; that h+igeta them In I I than three million gallons over October -l '
Tentative financial and Although weather forecasts
maychange
--+- drawings for the central I experts I 1933.:
time for prompt"dtllvery of
12,000 pounds of pecans at a presto -
eted farmers' I the Department of Commerce In : the situation completely lathe

,CCIOperative! sale conducted byCounty EMPLOYEESMust i market at Starke en on Cur 1 atmas d ay, Washington agree that Christmas. coming- months, the- .present-

Agent T. K. McClane, Jr., have been completed and the protect There was a' time when these GARDINER'S
: business this year will be the bent I outlook for strawberries Considered -
has been submitted to state letters occupiedalmost an entire
it the shipping platform here last since the boom days of 1929. It I favorable by the UnttedtStates
An price of File WPA headquarters Jacksonville, page \In. the paper for week. before '
: average agriculture
Tnursday/ I has been predicted that sales during department of ,
nine cents a pound was I according to a statement this week Christmas. In recent years, Son-in-Law 'Sre ,
around December will be within ten Both prices and production con
by W. W. of Gainesville district however the letters have not beenso
Ivey ,
by the Southern
paid to grower percent of the 1929 total. sldered In the forecast of the department

Pecan Company, of Valdosta Ga., INFORMATIONPENSION I I engineer. frequent and this Is what has One writer reports that event which follows:

Pecan of Mr. Ivey was interviewed by F F. annoyed the old fellow. Let' put KILLED ON
,
and the Miller Company I e President's bitterest big busi- HUNT "Prices paid to growers dropped!

Baconton Ga., who were the principal I I Stump, chairman of the Bradford him In a good humor by writing ness enemies of the campaign have I to a low point. in 1933, but sine

buyers. FORMS MAILEDTO I I County Planning Council, who Inspected lots of Interesting letters to him now decided to go along with him that year the trend has been upward \

Miller returned to the local WORKERS FROM 1 '. the drawings. According this year. .. In the next four years and are co- BURIED HERE SATURDAY If the quality of the 103T '

market the next day and is reported OFFICE IIERE : to Mr. Stump the market plannedfor operating in recovery by offering WITH AMERICAN LE- crop Is average, or above average.

to have bought around 10,000 Bradford County represents a AUTOS KILL 15In I new employment, wage I WON RITES it is probable that prices received!

pounds of nuts. Some growers, con-I I Form No. Ss-7hrough: which new type of construction for build- salary bonuses and Increasell'l I, by growers will be equal to or :.

trolling between 8,000 and 'employees of various local business ings of this nature. It Is approximately -, Roger Babson warns those who William S Yelvington, 41, of slightly higher than were receivedIn

refused to sell at the 450 feet long and comparatively Bradford still about the election 1936. Based .o'nvteports fro:
pounds, price I i houses will apply for an account are sore I Hastings, .son-in-law. of Judge

offered preferring to hold their number under the Federal shallow. The roof projectsfor that there is no use arguing with George A. Gardiner, was killed last. commercial growers October '4''

pecans to see If the market rises. !: Security Act, were distributed here shelter on one side only from I a tidal wave. He says money Is Friday In St Johns County in the 1936, the United States strawberry

Although almost impossible to ,, Tuesday by the postofflce. I which side the stalls are entered SINCE 1933 loosening up with a rush and that first fatal accident of the hunting acreage for picking in 1937 will be

mnke an accurate estimate at this : : The rear side is closed to prevent financial publications are crammed seiiHon Increased three per cent over the,
holder unless
Every job sixty-
time it is believed that at least blowing winds from damaging dully with notices of better total acreage harvested in 193di
five of older The was brought here for
years age or by \ body '
products stored In the stalls. business. There million more but will still be five cent under ,
100,000 of have been are a per
pounds pecans STAGGERING: TOTAL! OF
January 1, when the act becomes \I burial Saturday at 12:30: o'clock In
;
harvested In this county, which This plan of construction Is con FATALITIES INSTATE job-holders today than there were Lake the five year ((1928-32)), aver .
effective, or unless excluded by I Crosby Cemetery following
esti- sidered an Improvement over markets this time last year, he age.
should mean a conservatively says
law, will be required to fill out one \ funeral services which were held
mated return to growers of around 'of the forms and return It to the i In other parts of the state -- i I Babson continues! : "During .this from the Hastings Methodist Acreage to Increase ;

9000. postmaster not later than Decem- I which were studied before plans Fifteen people i have lost their coming Christmas season this new Church, American Legion rites "Substantial Increases In. acre-

Mr McClane said that if thereto per, 5. I for the platform here were drawn. I lives in' automobile accidents in attitude will be expressed In termsof I were carried out by the Hastings age are forecast for the early

a rise in the market It la likely I Mr, Stump la greatly encouraged Bradford CountY"' during the past I real boom buying. Carry a complete Post assisted. by the local Jones- states. In the second-early amt

\that he will hold another cooperative It Is through these forms that over the prospect of early approval three years and nine months, according line of stock and advertise to Langford-Whlte Post. Intermediate states, strawberry

the Social Security Board will of the market here. He be- the limit Is warning to mer
market. to a tabulation made public my beds were damaged by lack of rain
compile its data for carrying out lieves that WPA officials are enthusiastic chants. Those who are sitting tight I Yelvington Is survived by his
Although the price being paidfor this week by Asher Frank, state and excessive heat. For these two
the terms of the act through which I widow, who was Miss Glady. Card--
over the project and that with low Inventories, big cash balances
pecans Is slightly below thatof safety director : groups of states a decrease Is In
qualified employee will receive liner| before her marriage, and a
last season, which averaged every tney will do everything In their There were five fatalities In this high-priced bonds and an fifteen. I prospect for 1937. A new high

around ten cents, growers, In this a pension ranging from $10 power to push It through county during 1933, one In 1934, annuity policy are going to be |' year-old''to son. strawberry acreage Is promised In
received
county will gross considerablymore to $85 a month upon reaching the Arrangements have been madeto five In 1935, and four In the first caught asleep at the switch justas here According, the accident reports occurred as Yelvlngton the late states, most of which had

because there is a fifty per age of sixty-five. I purchase a twenty-acre tract nine months of this year. they were in 1929. The suc- and other wererounding I favorable growing conditions In
After filling out the form the iI four men
cent Increase In production. lust north of town for the market Only one county In the state, cessful business man and InvestorIs 1936. '
south of UlI8t-
hand It to his up turkeys
em-
employee may '
the who his attitude
one adjusts
site. Wakulla, has gone through the entire I "A great many strawnerry beds
He concealed behind
ployer or deliver It personally at ings. was a I
period without the loss of a : and viewpoint to meet changed In the drought states come throughthe
RED CROSS the postofflce.. .. I clump of bushes and was sounding ,
single life in an< automobile< acci conditions. summer In poor condition. For '

GOES OVER TOP Under ,the plan both employerand TO DEDICATE dent. Dade County, with 268 I In other words, Mr Babson former the turkey Palatka call when banker T. ,E saw Mobley the, the co'intry as. a whole, the con.dltlon

employee will pay a one percent FARM BUILDINGS deaths since 1933 holds the record wants us to "get ready to go." of hat and mistaking of all .beds on October 1.

MORE THAN 100 MEMBERS tax: online employees salary for Florida. The total number Prosperity Is here and no' one can tip Yelvlngton's It for fired, his 1936, was fifty-eight per cent compared .

SUBSCRIBE AT STATE during the years 1937, 1938 and PRESIDENNT ROOSEVELT HAS of fatalities for the entire state / stop Itthat Is, even if anyone shotgun. The a charge turkey struck, Yel (I with seventy-four per cent a

PRISON FARM 1939. Thus if an employee makes wanted to.SHIRLEY.
BEEN INVITED FORCEREMONIES during this period was 2153. vlngton In the chest, killing him almost I. year earlier. Condition of first- I
I I
$1,200 a year, he must have $12 Mr Frank Is pleading for addI- -- year, second-year, and older beds
With 160 members already en- Instantly.
rolled Bradford County's Red Cross deducted from his wages. This will tional care on the highways now I TEMPLEAT I| Judge W. R. Byrd coroner of was reported to be fifty-nine, sixty,
matched by an equal amount of New buildings at the State Prison Is under I .
the tourist season and cent
that fifty-five respectively
per
:! the Hastings district said the
,
Roll Call had by Wednesday exceeded -
I$12 put up by his employer and Farm, valued at $305,102 will RITZ with ,
I way. I accidental, and inquest compared seventy-nine
members. shooting was
its of ISO I no -
quota the total amount paid to the reve- be dedicated December 11 by Governor ___ I and cent n j
seventy fifty-nine per *
held.TALLAHASSEE.
T. Frank Lan4rum, chairman of nue collector. The tax gradually Sholtz,. members of his cab ; 1 "DIMPLES" TO BE SHOWN was fl i
Past
In 1935. ,
Two Farms SoldThe ported experience
the drive, expressed himself as beIng I -- --- -- I
and THURSDAY AND
Increases until it reaches three per inet, other state dignitaries I has proved, however, that straw-
highly pleased over the resultsand cent on the salaries In 1949, after high officials. President Roose- Wilson Realty Co., this week FRIDAY I I{ have :!,t
strong
berry plants
stated that several towns in which it will remain the same. The velt has been invited, but it Is notknown.yet. announced the following farm I I I I atlve and the low condition recuper

the'! county were yet to be heard whether he will be sales: J. B. Hair, of Lawtey, bought Shirley Temple, ,everybody' PREPARES powers
tax: will be paid monthly. present 1
sweetheart, can be seen at the Rita reported October 1, 1936, largelyji : I
from. the E. L. Biggs farm five miles
:
Benefit payments under the act or not. I Theatre Thursday and Friday ol I HUGE CROWD EXPECTED i due to unusual summer con ltlona.:!
from Starke on the Lake Butler
It Is .t.hlj.1argest enrolment for will not begin until January 1, Include a
The new' buildings FOR' FRED CONE'Sw not Influence 1937 production!
this week in her newest picture, may
road: It is 'a' fifty-acre place, A
this time. :Much.
county since war 1942. white women's buildingand ;
dormitory INAUGURATIONTallahanee
"Dimples." Featuring swingy ne to the extent that these low condUjtlon
of the this drive ten-acre place Just weaf of ,town I '
success for year's Infirmary, a colored women'sdormitory i
--- figures indicate.
hits and. brand new dance
j song
b due to the newly organized and belonging KS Wt Hunter was will play host to Mr.
building, a hospital.
It Is'heralded the outstanding 19S7 Crop larger
steps as
TOWN FENCE sold to Henry>Uriffl>.
chapter at the Florida State Farm ; New buildings and additions at and Mrs. Florida on January 9,
hit In the little star's parade "While accurate forecasts of J
near here where a committee, led COMPLETEWILL other state Institutions, totaling the day Fred P. Cone Is Inaugurated
SOON
by Mrs., P. D. Fancher, made the $1,737,395.. will be dedicated or will Many Hunting Licenses of brilliant triumps. for a four year term ..atl4hestate's strawberry production s ev e r.a 1']
: Filled with laughter, 'romance months In advance are not possible
phenominal enrollment of 104 PROVE WHETHER COWS have cornerstone ceremonies at governor
Judge E. K. Perryman had Issued and drama, "Dimples" tells the I, because of unknown weather
members--almost 100 per cent of CAN BE KEPT OUT about the same time.Cucumber Townspeople have been at work
177 hunting licenses through I story of a lovable little street min factors, such. drought, frost and]
the prison's working staff. Mr. 'I OR NOT for several weeks preparing for the
Landrum stated that the work of -- Tuesday of this week. He expectsthe I strel Shirley, and her Incorrigiblebut I I Influx of thousands of Floridians excessive rain, It Is probable tbat|

Starke citizens express be Deal total for this year to far exceed 1 Irresistibly funny guardian, production In 1937 will be somewhat -. '
the state farm women showed Some I ; on that'day, in order that the vlslI -
the fact that an that of last year, which was I Frank Morgan. He has a penchant lsr&erhlln the crop harvested -
what could be obtained wilderment over I tors
fine results Little Interest has thus far been I may see a ceremony befitting
I occasional Is seen within the 187 licenses during the entire sea I for other people belonging and In 1936. If yield per acre were tj J
drive cow
when a really Intensive shown In a cucumber deal that is < the Induction ot a new chief executive
of fact that son. bhe I nimble Lingers fasten on. anything to approximate the ten-year average
the
was city limits in spite Produce for the...t.. '
put Manhattan
on the (
proposed by ,
to be a fence --- I or value with which they the crop next year, due to tbaj 'f
It .ft hoped that a membership there I. supposed Exchange Inc for Bradford : As ha. been the custom ''for
In contact. He lato Increase In ,.
gets acreage .
First Plant City Reefer came plea. ,expected
01.200 win,be reached\ this county around the town. County this spring.! The-company years, the which
day wA
many upon
I ty of trouble and:you win want tote would reach 287,000,000 quarts i
whey' all the report are In, Some people believe that the cat wants at least 200 acres planted The first reefer',of strawberriesfrom how Shirley get him out. th* new governor Is Inaugurated U I about sixteen per cent larger than|

,------ tle-gap ,.arecomplete, but the : uui will furnish, seed and pay Uie- the Plant City section was//1 virtually "open house d.Y-.for the
UU
In 1936. Moet! of thin Increase
t and the-Rita wilt
"BORROWS" CAR fence is not, while others believe prevailing market price In, caab stripped to New York last )Friday Sunday Monday city of Tallahassee ,
"Stage Struck," a new muM- expected to take place In the early\
that' the fence la finished while eacb day. Growers who are interested afternoon;' It contained seventytwo -
Thousand of Floridians and and) late states. ';
al hit with Dick Powell Joun '
FOR JOYRIDE be done amlferoughfa thlrtypentsl;: c: '
there Is' still work to on < in this deal should contact pint
\ Blondell I and the Yacht Club Boys persons from nearby states .are I "With respect to the setting of j
the cattle-gaps.: H. D. May at once a pint. '/' .' t \ ,
SHE MAN DUHART LODGEDIN L' ,- -- JI It[ features four new song hits and expected In the state's capital city new beds In 1937 for picking In] ..'
straight
JAIL AFTER I' .Mast situitlon to keep tha. record,to be about as I 'a;chorus of beautiful girls. that day, and preparations for 1938, growers' Intentions report?!,] "

ESCAPADE the seems I' --.- their food and housing are among on October 1, 19M, showed the ]poe-; ''

follows: The main cattle-gaps are :I the principal problems that Win be slbillty of a fifty per cent increase aft 1

Sherman Duhart, colored, emPloyee complete on highways leading into'I JJrnrlarnattnu ;; ,.., l More'Get Pensions solved before the time arrives.' forth In new beds. over the present 193T,) :

of the Starke Dry Cleanersand and out of town. The fence Is complete ceremonies. new bed compared with ', '
of short I Mrs Edward Burns announced I't acreage aj I.
the exception
with I
young-man-about-Reno. was to connect up I this week that a total of fifty-three I Committee of Lake City clft- twenty per cent Increase the preJvlous .,; I
stretches necessary areJ
arrested here Tuesday morningt'4..ged WHEREAS Almighty God has brought ua even to aged persons In Bradford County sins, representing the governor- year. Large Increases ; ,

with having an automobile with the gaps.It short : are now drawing pensions under I I I I elect, conferred. here recently, with expected Arkansas, Tenn.sne*.l i!t tand ; ,;
a
believed to be only andJVlIEREAS .
in uis poft e.slon which he Is said is will this good" day' ,' the Federal Social Security Act. i,, the local.commlUe, setting forthth Missouri, where such of this' ,l

'...t lIJeU; .imps Henry Bird. time until the entire project the people(' the United States! have The maximum number that. can bet .I If wishes of Mr Cone for various acreage 'win, replace beds damaged.') ;n I'' ;',
and then Starkltes.. I
;
;.snothernegrg. ;:.. ; be complete | provided for under the present allocation' | feature of the inaugural by the drought in 1936. Growers' yt 1/
than f
:: wlT have the opportunity to see i observed, without Interruption for more four hun.' \\Ii 1 1\\
; >bennaa-.a' away With the : of funds la seventy, she : ceremony The local I groups, plans may be altered somewha<;|,
r. 'When Bird whether a cowles town is a"possi- dred a day of Thanksgiving on the last Thursday I ; prior to planting time, depending lJ i'
Modet A' Ford Loupe years f said. The pension checks average I j through Chairman McCord, Indi-
'
who cooks at A. A. Durden'a bility or not. I in November andWHEREAS I'' '..round $12 a month. ; cated that his wishes will be observed upon the factor of weather, Toes i! l

boarding house, sent him after It : i 1 to full extent credit, and the supply! of plant, ;
.1.1i this day has been set apart for the' __
i -
Sunday morning. After his ar- 'String Band Appears tribute to God for the deliverance of First Touch of Winter I "This will be Mr, Cone day Lake Butler Robbery J'
rest Sherman stated that he had i Band from I purpose of paying ,' from the time he enters the car I
and "Blondie's String this free state which we now enjoy and I Bradford County came In for Its I Thieves entered the Lake Butler '
wanted, to go to St. Augustine four-piece orches I our nation to j Ito go to his Inauguration at the ,i r s
decided that while he had Bird's 'Shantytown" a : flrt touch of winter weather last I Cffplto! building until the last postofflce Saturday night and]
of not for the
Frankie Ritch, I this i is observed only j
tra led by Miss WHEREAS, day I ,
car would be a good time. week when the mercury dropped I strains of music die away at the : made away with about $75: cash

Sherman wired the Starke Dry Starke, made its first Jacksonville appearanceover : past but for the present and future ; a. low as thirty degrses. Early [! Inaugural ball that night," Chairi -] The lock on the safe where tbe]

Cleaners from Baldwin station WMBR. I this week the temperature sgaln i man McCoH sal ."and everything money was stored was forced a.
(collect) 12:30to RESOLVED.ttbat fTV Frank
from : IT
I Monday that he would be back to last Saturday afternoon 'I THEREFORE BE dropped to round thirty-three del !!- that the people of Tallahassee! can were the locks on a cash box Inaldf j
Florida do here- j
work _parking 12:45.: The program Is sponsored andrum. favor of the City of Starke. 3fr.*es. The light frosts so far have do to make It the most auspicious the safe and the postofflce doer.
Tuesday. He was
the automobile nonchalantly) on by various local business and !,i by proclaim Thursday November 26. A. D, 1936: as a I not damaged the promising' straw day In the state's history of such { .

Call Street. Officers 1 arrested himIn I features hill-billy. music. I day set apart for Thanksgiving, in and for the City of berry crop a bit. It Is sukl. occasions: will .he done." Revival Meetings

and -- -- .---- ., a
the rear of the dry cleaning Starke Florida, and sincerely urge request every -- J I John Hazelwood! evangelist will I

Plant. I Another Arrested citizen and soul within the city limits of Starke. to loin I Gels Good Results II i Classes To Start ".&In a series of meetings I In4

i W C. Rhoden twenty-two year' in a Gathering of their choice, where thankstfvtng and :I E. C Cain, manager of L Uch's: Night cl '.sw' '* In commercial pub-I Starke Monday night November!

Turkey Dinner at Prison I old youth of the Wateroak section, I I praise shall be rendered for the abundance of health and i i Dairy Farm reports good results. jects and review. woik. will b.gln I I 30. The public In...Invited.. to attenj?
In - -
More than 300 turkeys have been 'who has also been Implicated and all the other good things that we are now from the use of the mineral com- next Monday evening at 7:30 j I : '

kli'.ed:! Prison Farm I the theft of 300 pounds of pecans hanpiness pound recommended by the Unlverity I o'clock at the High School build Marriage Licenses ,
at the State
near I frcm N. Walnwrlght's farm last enjoying. of Florida. Improvement has j Ing, it was announced Wednesday I Luther j '+
here to feed 1,800 prisoners .
their week, has been released under $250 T. FRANK LAN'DRUM, been shown both In milk flow and I by Professor J. II. Benson of 11 fett, "" ,

At annual Thanksgivingdinner. bond, officers announced this week. 196. M yor. In the health of animals, Mr. Cain commercial department of thef) Den B. )
Christmas population !November: 2:5.: ( "r'hnSFd
the
prison
has I Ishm Davis, who was arrested the .,ys. Cradford County High School. 11 November! : 'M

r I",- another a gift feast and each man receives day after the theft Is still In jail. I i



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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKK. FLORIDA .. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER :t) ,JBJO01
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ADVICEThe CONGKTfLAT10.VS: ; : TO THE OBITI'ARYIn 'I
> LEVEL
PINE
PRESIDENT: : I MIAMI BEACH- .Jack Dempsey. '
young couple who get married I"..... II. &1. Shane, Corrrwponilrnt Memory of Mrs Ida Bowen I heavy-weight champion BEASLEY'S SERVICE STATIoI
and both continue at their "The nation has spoken Every' God in His Wisdom Haw fit to re- former associates,
L.. O Fountaln and children returned American will accept the verdict. I move from our midst July 27, 1936 with several New York

jobs home instead and) raising of the a wife family makings ) who to their home recently after and work for the common cause Sister Ida Viola Bowers after a announced this week Vanderbilt the lease Hotel of We Handle Cold Drinks-Standard Gasp j

a pleasant visit with his sisters I for the good of the ThatIs I lingering illness She was born the seven story
spend all they earn as they go are country. under the and Oil-Atlas Tires, Tubes and !
will be operated
making a great mistake. Life Is whom he hndn't seen for thir the spirit of democracy." + Sept. 21 1873 In Franklin County, which as Batteries
ty-three years, Mrs J. K. Whitak- I Ga., where she spent the early partof management of Mr. Dempsey
bound I'be a disappointment! to So ran the telegram dispatched Dempsey BUS STATIONBEASLEY'S
W. R. Wilson, both her the Dempsey-Vanderbilt.
and Mrs before
er her life. She was
them They are going to wake up by Governor Landon to PresidentRoosevelt to establish
stated that It was his plan
Homestead also visited Fanell, I
of They Miss Ida Viola
and when It became marriage
Borne day when it la too late appar- here In a suite
1 find out that they have given their i niece Mrs. Odls Brannen at ent that the voters had rallied In and was married Nov. 23, 1895 to his residence hotel where he will SERVICE
the
atop new STATION
Florida near Key West. She joinedthe
i City
John Dolier! Bowers.
youth and their lives to the automobile I unprecedented numbers In supportof remain through the winter season
companies and the gasoline Miss Leola Norman of Woodlawnwas : the Administration. And that church early in life and has lived Opp. Court House
with his family Phone
.Missions and. have received nothing a recent guest of Miss Vesta telegram represents somethingmere M beautiful Christian life since 60

McRae. She came with her family to ..... ...., ._
In return for It but empty, than good sportsmanshipitmarks SEW: LEASE ON LIFE ._
passing pleasure; pleasure, that Mrs. F. Fender recently visited an attitude that should beheld Florida twelve years ago and united Prom the Sarasota Herald)
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. by all of the people in with Pine Level Baptist Church.We ( ii-siEiitAIjjj :
the wisdom of all tae ages agrees ter every What many Floridians thoughtwas 1

after all means nothing and brings nd Mrs. T. P. Denmark at Starke. walk of life. place In realize her home there and Is a In vacant her "dead" has come to life again LEADS I
Miss Carrie Alvarez was a guestf
f no content satisfaction.. Such ,The Democratic victory was nota church that can t be filled but we the Florida ship canal the boardof I
Mae Norman lu Van-
Miss Ida
party victory. No mere party rendering a favorable -
a. policy is merely a case of mistaken lerbllt section last week. humbly submit ourselves to Him army engineers ter
victory could be so overwhelming report on the waterway.

values. One son or daughter Mr. and Mrs. O J. Jackson and :ar so completely break down sectional who doeth all things well. When it was last announced that ,,- /''

of whom parents may be truly mby were visiting! Mr. and Mrs. lines of partisan sympathy. And we do know that our loss work had been abandoned on the

proud Is worth all the empty lund Eoan at Sampson City, recently The victory was a very different Is Heaven's gain because she told canal a number of Florida's editorial
H. H. Thomas and Britton Al- a us of that beautiful city where
night life that even this fun- thingIt was personal victory writers and hundreds of Its
arez were In Cedar Keys last for Mr. Roosevelt. No man In a she was going and her beautifullife citizens expressed the opinion that
mad age can furnish I'ltiisvllle will be remembered ds'
week. has captivated the Im- long Y'
century so the waterway was as "dead as a t cX.1.'

Ciax-Advocate. I, Mr and Mrs. Britton Alvarezlad agination and emotions of the people Even death his a wonderful mission door nail." I ? P

as recent dinner guests Mrs. and none has received so great thought It robs us of thosewe Those who opposed the canal 4 r li4J

velyn Crosby Mrs. Beulah Kely. in expression of public confidence. love. It lifts our hearts from were feeling pretty good. They '

Mr and :Mrs. Marcus Conner A Republican newspaper! said the urroundings. to long for that thought they had scored a victoryover

To Ease a >nd H. B Kelly all of Sunny morning following the election that meeting above. No matter how the canallsts, but the board of

3rook. 'the President today Is the most leavy the btyden, no matter how army engineers has upset that u

lwc1dacl1e: FastGet Mr and Mrs. J. E. Starling have opular figure our national life has great the fcpuir, Heaven seems thought and now opponents must
noved Into their home known It Is when know
new near elnce Washington nearer and nearer we if
get all worked up again they
.'rosby Lake. Impossible to gainsay that. The that our loved ones are there. best
flea wish to do their fighting
Qukk-Aeting. Dost! popular of presidents, and She leaves! besides a devoted husband -
against the waterway.
: -Dltsolving GUM BRANCH those whose Administrations standout John D. Bowers four sons
Of course, the board of army V
Bayer Aspirin Miss Kllrabeth Hurnuje, Cor. I mountainously In our history %v. H. Bowers of Salem S. C., O. engineers' recommendation is not -
I Lincoln Clevelandwere S. C. G.
-Jefferson, -- J. Bowers of Rock Hill final. It does not mean that work

Mrs. R C. Groover of Miami never so popular aa Mr. W. Bowers of Jacksonville, E. R. will be resumed. This board recommends

Set How ':pent a few days with J. A. Har- Roosevelt. The past records have Bowers of Starke and one daughter to Congress and Con-
wn all been shattered. Lettle Bowers of Starke. Funeral
and Ni
family. '
nage
gress must make the necessary appropriations 1
C'nllinfl( Bayer ;;; '. The Rev. L. D. Johns of Graham The I time: for partisanship has services were conducted by the for carrying on the i .4.i&?

Tablet*WorkI.S..read. ,"Z spent a recent week-end with Mr. : passed. And the time for cooperation Rev. C. B. Price of Starke and the work. It may be some time before :

and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. I h"s come. This does not mean !body was laid to rest in Kingsley the Federal lawmakers get aroundto

genuineI b* etOBwnlrh. E. J. Roberts of Lawtey has ,'that the President should be followed Leke Cemetery the following day. doling out the dough for the

-\If KB) Is Aiplrln dl>I.lnl.tabletuurle irtae 1 I been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. \blandly: : in every course-that Be It resolved that a copy be waterway. I COMPETITIVE ROAD TEST!

... to ....... prop. a :-app wri'id; be unjust to Mr Roosevelt printed In the Bradford Ccunty However, it must be admitted

as twos a III.Anplrtii.. nf .labial....... lie Bv Mr and Mrs. Tate Alvarez and himself as well as to this( country Telegraph, a copy be sent to the that recommendations of the engi

a 1.Urn II.hlU. lha ....... ,de children of Rising spent a day with It does mean thai: all should work Baptist and Commoner and a copy neers' board are decidedly favor 1 fo 3 more miles per gallon in passenger cars
ml lk p law U I.tlM.t.r I
:' :..1'. and Mrs. H. L. Edwards Sun- together: in the common cause, es be spread on our minutes. Also a able to the resumption of construction

.b.pp..a. b.p5S..ttt..Ie.U jrau luy Governor Landon, deliberating. dlt11.enc"s copy to her family. work at some future time.
y Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Browning and adjusting varying Mrs, J, L. Underhill, This whole thing proves that

and children of Raiford were points of view to the end that! the: Mrs? J. E. Starling, there Is a spark of life left in some \Te suggest! that

,;uests of Mr. and Mrs. H L. Edwards great Ideal of democratic t govern Mrs H M. McRae, things that are as "dead as a door

Virtually 1( a Tablet Now recently. mint be served to the u.tlrnate: of Committee. nail." you make a tent

U .--- .- -.--
our capabilities: f\ in your own car
If you suffer from headaches what RISING RESOLUTION
want relief. Congratulations to the i'resl I The national fire Ions of the
yea is quick WHEREAS It has been reported and find out fur
Genuine Bjyer Aspirin tablets .lies. Kiln., Lewis. Correspondent lent! Few men In the world's hltciy ?- United States in 1931 was almost
hat Mr. VV. H. of Gaines-
,
K i-quick relief, lor one reason be- have been so signally honored Hayes $50,000,000 less than In 1930. yourself the extra
cause they dissolve! or disintegrate Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Oliver and hue, Florida addressed: our Club
by a great people-an honor
almost instantly they touch mois hildren of Jacksonville were visiting *' an Monday night November 2. d to the Bradford. County Tele- miles in It-C.
.vhich carries with It: the gravest
ture. (Note illustration above.) Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby 1000: and injected politics Into our graph of Starke, Florida
cspensibilltles. Every good citi-
Hence v.hen you take a real nd family recently. meeting andWHEREAS J. T. Barnes, President.
Payer Aspirin tablet it darts todissolve zen will hope sincerely that MrRoosevelt's theSinclair
Emory Lewis and David Ross these rumors have See
almost an quickly as you second term as Chief
{ere business. visitors to Ft. Myersast ipread to the detriment of the NOTICE
wallow it. And thus is ready to ; Executive of the foremost nationon ,
start working almost instantly week. earth will be successful, and said Mr W. H. Hayes, and Notice to Holders/ of Bradford ''Is nj1S Dealer,
headaches, neuralgia and neuritis Mr. and Mrs. Effrage Campbell WHEREAS. We, the members of County Florida Refunding Roads
that his will be In
a high place
patent start easing almost at once.That's nd children and J. P. Campbell'II the Townsend Club No. One of Bradford County, Florida, Refunding ,
the history of our time.-(Indus b aW.wfdpnr a-5s's
why millions never ask of Jacksonville spent a day with Starke, Florida, desire to go or Bonds of January 1st, 1934 ............ape
fur aspirin by the name aspirin trial News Review)
alone when they buy but always !Mrs. Bert Shaw. record as correcting said misrepresent numbered as follows: 1. 7, 8. 12,

w.y -OA.YER ASPIRIN" and sea Mrs Elam Lewis and daughter, PATRIOTIC REMINDER :?tions; 15. 20, 22, 23, 27 28, 31. 36. 37. 38, .

lkt they get it. Ygnes, of Hellbronn were recent THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, and 46, are Agmnt Sinclair K.fining Company (Inc.)

Try U. You'll lay It's marvelous.. guests of Mrs E. J Lewis. We were reminded this week by that Mr.V.. H. Hayes of ;called for payment at par and accrued -

Mr and Mrs W C. Conner have he Tavares Citizen that Florida's Gainesville, Florida, addressed out interest January 1st., 1937, FOR SINCLAIR PRODUCTS

_,, CSCLs1aDa.M ,een guests of ),{r. and Mrs R. official State bird Is the mocking Club on the night of November 2, at the Hanover National Bank and PHONE 158

onner of Starke. :alrd; the official State flower Is .936 and that he did not Inject polItics Trust Co., of New York N. Y.
: J. H. WAINWRIGHT Agt.
-- -.-- :the orange blossom. Florida's into the meeting and did not Board of County Commissioners of .

2SW.atDtos. Fish fights area favorite formf State flag Is white with wide diagonal make statements criticizing President Bradford County, Starke Florida. STARKE. FLORIDA '

amusement In Slam, and for- red bars superimposed where Roosevelt. ,
1/Df a
tgnsaaTtraLOOK lines are won and lost In bettingn they cross, with the official: state BE IT RESOLVED Further thata

the outcome. The battlers are seal showing an Indian on the I copy of this Resolution be by our

ram THf .A eta atom nly a little more than an inch bunks of a troplcal-follaged bay or Secretary conveyed to the said Mr. i rT I

ong trc -m. Fort Meade Leader. VV. H. Hayes and a copy of It offer-I

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Lr'ME TW0. __ _____ ___ !o>r.IU"E"OIU'lUn s
'h. n n_ __ \\ SOVKMItK.lt. IN36! N1 M.F."r.Lr.vr NEDITOII.1L
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1$. STAFF Girls 1
; Defeat Tii.tNKMd11N0).\\'

esj u'. .roR-IN-CHIEF Hawthorne Thanksgiving is a day set aside I Hawthorne Defeats i srri.KNTS: \Ut TII.\:' IU"\'I.
15.3 During KntfilHh: classes thin v't''k
,INIA; FUGATE in the United States to give thanks
!ih
Starke29
to God for the to 19 j the boys and (girls hated ten thingsto
blessings of the i1 i1Fifth
lYERARY I EDITOR The B. H. S, girls' basketball year The B H. S.- bovn Basketball be thankful for. We are printIng ELEMENTARY ECHOES
HEMINGWAY team defeated Hawthorne two of the lists.
)!AR"'n.E an High by During the Plymouth colony's team played a tall, tnst game with Ten
overwhelming score of 15-3. things to be thankful for:
SOCIETY EDITOR This was the girls second first winter in the new world many Hawthorne high In Hawthorne Friday 1. Ability to love.

yLORIED KILLINGSWORTHEXHANGE and first game Pilgrims died from the dreadful I night. Nov. 20 being defeatedby 2. Ability to work.
victory of
sos the season. cold. a score of 2919.
EDITOR Hawthorne seems to raise Those that were left grew 3. Ability to think. Grade Saving Sixth Grades Write

fine some crops the next summer In the The B H. S. Tornadoes looked 4. Health and
MARGIE MCMILLAN players but that didn't cut strength. Money for SharpenerWe Stories for EnglishThe
any fall of
Ice with the B. H. S. girls. This 1621 their Governor Brad- like small midgets beside the Hawthorne 5. Food and shelter.

SPECIAL REPORTER was a fast and ford set aside a day of Thanks giants
LOIS JUDD exciting game. giving. The women and children 3 inches tall and one weighing 223: 7, Family earned a dollar! by veiling\ the "sixth, grade English cltuuen -

The line-up Was as follows forwards moot tickets to the show last wrote abort stories telling of
: were busy cooking food for the pounds) In spite of the score the 8. Our President.

I CALENDAR: OF EVENTS -Elizabeth Phillips, Marie day. It was not merely a feast buta Tornadoes showed fine sportsmanship 9 For good everywhere that Thursday, and so we are saving it things that happened or mighthave

,,1 lIoIIday, November SO: Hinson, Marzle Howard, Doshla meal over which they sang songs and good team-work. everyone does! to buy a new pencil sharpener, our happened to them. Here are
Smith Grace Arwood and and has so dull it won't cut. We two of them:
: Government. Mildred gave thanks for got
Student everything The line-up for the first quarter 10. That I know God Is.
December 1: Brown. Guards- Vernie Phillips they had. This will have to earn some more to go Klnit
On
\eiday little poem expresses was Quarrels, Brown. Crosby, Bob Second list: My Night a TnU.

0. H S Journal Club. Etta Fae Dyal, Marie Tyson, Hazel the true spirit of Thanks- Long and r pn Hazen, all striving 1. Home and parents with It.The About six-thirty one evening 1

Wednesday December 2: Brown, and Harriet Benson. I giving: hard for a goal but making little 2. School and good teachers pupils In our class cut out went Into the dining; car on the
The three and colored turkeys) and pumpkins,
1 C. P C Club. outstanding players I A Poem Of Thunk I were: E. and Eloise Bullock used them and
''liursday! December 3: Phillips Mildred Brown For all that God In giants. The score at the end of the 4. Health there 1 became all confused aDdbump..d
sends around boards
and Marzle Howard. mercy ; made a border our
Commercial Club For health and first quarter was Tornadoes 2, /6. Churches and religion. into the waiter and fell
The strength for home Several girls made a poster of
friday, December 3: captain, Zell Collins didn't and Hawthorne 6. 6. Peace' down. I apologized and went over

High School assembly. play due to a fractured hand but"refereed" For comfort friends In the time of need, Few substitutions were made 7. A democratic form of gov- "New colol'ful.Charlf's Amsterdam". lust week it la to our table. Louise ordered amn

on the side line. For during the entire game those ernment very spaghetti! for me Every time t
Skeet every kindly word and deed, Jones and Muriel Craw-
POIJiTENESSqb Tyson seemed to be the I For happy were Winifred Hazen, Toro thoughts and storiesin
pleasant ford made good reports on
be polite la to be characterized outstanding guard and showed her talk Crosby. The team us a whole Old 9. Florida climate. the span, I finally finished the
literature class Friday
refinement culture, or ele- playing to advantage. I I For splendid work but one outstanding 10. I am thankful that we havea meal.
by Marie Hinson guidance in our dally walk, As we have been studying Florida -
pace,, When one has learned to was substitute For all these things give thanks. player during the entire game and certain time to show our thank. we have many maps and scenesof About eight-thirty I went Into

polite many lessons In etiquette captain for the game. -'-. making a majority of the points fulness for what we have. Florida up In our room. the sleeping car. The porter

tint been learned. -Roawell. Noegel. SOMETHING' NEW FOR 9V was Randolph Quarrels. Had it ----- Talk Margaret Strlngfellow and MarI showed me my Diet-ping berth. I

il ri fr | not been for Quarrels' fast feet Mr. Gray I went into the rent room and undressed.
Especially Is politeness Import- Our room is getting very attractive Jorle Davis have kept our room
ut In our homes. When leaving NEWS Last week we arranged our and alert mind the score would Student Government bright with flowers this last week. When I had my pajamas

the room and you have company LAWTEY SCHOOL pictures differently and had several have been much worse. .----.V...... -. --_______ Leonard Peek was out of school on I wont back to the sleeping car.
The
It Ij Is always essential to excuse posters from different pupils In our Tornadoes play the Hawthorne The regular meeting of the Student several days last week because of The berths were all alike and Ibutted

ooe'j self When rising: to leave class. We also had two from the giants here soon and we Cooperative Government was Illness into one. The lady uwoke. I
"UIIO'SIIO?" hope to beat them as bad as they aid 1, "K.XCUHO! mo, plca e." I got
the table one always excuses one's This week the eighth grade elect I HOventh grade* mathematics class beat us. held Wednesday November 17, Olin White Jr., Reporter. into berth at once. I
was
my on atop
alt ed the members for their "Who'sWho. I which are very good We have two -- 193tJ the seventh period, in Mrs. Mra. Hart, Toucher.
berth. I fell! out of bed andyelled
new pupils this week (UEM4: 'WHO Carpenter room President, Ovid .
Frances
When passing: before some one, I Jordan ---- ---- ,
for Loul She
bumping Into a person spilling I' from Miami and John Herring. A pretty slender blonde with Lewis, presided The various committees Forum r.ic\ir NK\VM t! came run
Most intellectual Troy Load- ning. I told her I had fallen outShe
Si wmething on some one or speaking holtz, and Lois Johns. We are very glad to have them. large grey eyes and black eyelashes gave their reports. Amongthe Miss AJklna, Teacher said "Well be careful next

it the fame time some other perIOD Marian Dowling, and eyebrows and u light com- outstanding reports was that For the past two weeks we have time."

does you naturally ask to be Most popular-Elizabeth Phil- Reporter. plexion. This person has many of the Library Committee. The been fixing up our room for

pardoned. lips, and John Fritro.: _. .-.-- friends because of a friendly and chairman reported that nil books 'rhankllllvlllg. Mack Futch, Roberta I woke up early and got dreamed. ;'

There are many other times Best looking-Evelyn Prevail, CIIKISTM STORIES READ sweet disposition Is very smart had been taken In, renumbered and Whltflcld' Gene Noegel and real quick. Hut the time t got

and Louie Lee Walnwright. HIKING BOOK REEK' catalogued ben to be polite will\ gain friends in school work. She is In twelfth Bryan Hurrrll made a Thanksgiving -
Best athletea Effie Crawford, the students' use. The library is It wan a hard trip.. but. anyhow I
ud nelp other people although it Book Week was enjoyed more grade. nandtable representing a Pilgrim
and Ross Prevatt. .. makinir a drive for new booka bv enjoyed It.
than usual this because It -- made
may not seem that way at the year was VlllaReVo a
time CItizenshipJanie Marr, and so near Christmas. Forestry, Astronomy j having a contest, offering prizes board border of pumpkins blnck'i Betty Marnhburn.
Mildred Chesser. for
Next week we will try to give Some very attractive posters displaying the homeroom bringing in the keys. We aliio made '
Ideas for 8th. GradeFor
the Christmas most books. tures of My Mont KmlM-rruM-liiK MoiixintI
you some more simples rules in spirit were Thanksgiving scenes
etiquette. The sixth grade Is happy they made and listed some of the different Mr. Gray gave a very inspiringtalk In Language we have been mak- i wan going to my Aunt tin-tie's

have Just received ten nice new library Christmas stories that everyone the next month our gradeIs to the council. The .outstand ing a study of poetry Here are on a Iii8.) I was no glad to get.togo
have in science brief
going to a
books from the P. T. A. The ing thought was for each committeeman -
BIOGRAPHY OF enjoys reading around In We some original poems written by that I didn't even notice how I
LOITREE HOWARD elementary department has forty Christmas holidays.On course astronomy. are to put forth a great deal of members of our class. : won dre8llt'ld.' The bun was comingby

new books. These came in time Mrs. Long's book table some through with such earthly subjectsas effort to accomplish as much as A lULL by Olex-tn (Ire.-" the house after me about 7:3O: ,
the last
During months of the gardens and worms and for a
for children's
Book Week. possible not only for the good of
of the stories and I hill Is o'clock.
A
were placed ev- no very highIt
World War in the small town of I time will keep our eyes on the sky. the school but for
the
Fairbanks Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dorothy Dixon Is back in school ery one was invited to come in and "Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star" will receive, In later benefit they reaches up Into the sky At last I saw It coming over th.
life from developing
Howard were the proud parents of after her long illness. read some of them. The stories will become the central idea for The grass la green hills. I felt awfully Beared. I didn't

little blonde headed girl with blue The first grade has a new pupil are very interesting and everyone most of us. After this leadership. And the prettiest flowers I've ever even want to gel on the tuta. I

eyes on September 6, 1918. The Evelyn May from PIkesvllle Ky. enjoys reading them. We are not We are placing In our science enlightening talk the seen went to get on and everybody was

parents dedlced to name her We are glad to have Evelyn with going to stop reading Christmas note books diagrams of such con- committees In seem to be more Interested That Is why I like the hill. staring at me and laughing. I did
to
Louree. us. stories although Book Week Is over I ttellatlona as Urea Major, Ursa striving develop n't know what was wrong.

The seventh grade Is working on : but we are going to continue readIng their committee to the utmost. A TREE by C.Uirlu l'rlc'4'I
She lived in Fairbanks until she Minor Orion, and Cassiopeia We After we had gone about alx

na four years old then she mov- a project of South America. them until after the Christmas are reading a book entitled "Astro- 11'IIATI'OUI-D HAPPEN IF- know a silent friendIt miles I felt cool air on my' feet I "

dto Brooker where she has lived The ninth grade science pupils I holidays. nomy for Young Folks' and planto Margie McMillan didn't chew Is an old cedar treeI looked down and I was barefooted.

mr since. have been collecting grasshoppers.It Some of the stories that we have have at least two lawn parties gum In typing class ace It from my window I wan sea erabarntaaed I hardly

When Louree was a very small Is remarkable how many species I collected are: Christmas Armisticeby at night to enjoy what. knowledgewe Bee Moseley and Myrtice Kllllngsworth Aa it looks In at me. knew what to do. Aa soon aa t got

prl she liked to make .other peo- are found in this section. I I Lloyde Douglas, And a Little acquire. got to school on time. to a city I went down the street

The seventh and third grades Child by Vina Delmar, Anthony A C'RKRK by 1IU'kiI./ Fetch
de and herself beautiful. ForestryWe All the junior class could spell. barefooted and bought a pair of

She graduated from junior high I won the Mother Attendance Prizesat Scarlets "Christmas Eve" by Mar- have on display In our rooma The seniors didn t read "Mac- Little Creek sing me a song shoes. ..,

school at Brooker in 1034. She-is'' the last P. T. A. meeting. Each garet Weymouth Jackson, Decem- forest conservation project depicting beth." Of your Golden braided current Retba Geiger.

f, now a senior in Bradford High month the P. T. A. gives a prize to ber Twenty-fifth by Rosamund Du the difference between care Everybody came to school on Oh so strong! .

School and is doing very good the grades that have the largest Jardin, A Tall Red Candle by Mar- of the forest and burned woods. test day. And a butterfly that lit

work, number of mothers present.The garet Weymouth Jackson Rein- This project was worked up by On the tilting rim of It, Spoken English Dept.

Louree Is very fond of dancing deer Waiting by Oscar Graeve A the eighth grade in cooperatingwith THOL'GIiT-N TIIK: REEK And then rode away and waan'tscared Presents
Play ;
Mil swimming. She especially likes English pupils have been Christmas Dream by Louise M. Al- the conservation committeeof Success or failure In life Is 1 a bit. 1

I brunettes. writing compositions on "Why I cott Christmas Carol by Charles B. H. S. caused more by mental attitude ; )J

In spite of her high temper Don't Smoke. These two girls are Dickens, Christmas Stories by I Mary Loraine Stockwcll even than by mental capacities. A OAKOEN by Roberta WhltfU-M The Spoken English class entertained -

which she keeps under control in the seventh grade. Washington Irving, and The Gift of Reporter. It la Raving not getting, that Is In the spring I plant my tiny need the high school students

\ "WHY I DON'T S IOKE'. The Magi by O. Henry the Mother of riches. And keep out every weed; with two short skits In assembly
most! of the time she has lots of I 'ON7KMT
friends and continues to make By Vera Mae Wilkerson LIBKARY ( Idleness Is emptiness; the tree in When we have sunshine and showers Frlilny.

friends with and them. and Louie Bell PrevattI | INTERESTING: EVENTSThe I'IUZEWAnUEU which the sup Is stagnant remains The first was "Oh Doctor Como

her people dislikes keep the know that Mr. Cigarette will other day the Juniors got a The B H. S. librarians have fruitiest! Up como the pretty little flow- Quick., In which Albert Lee Crosby '

Among many hurt my reputation. My mother pleasant surprise when they came started a contest in order to secure You can not build a reputationon ers. Louise Webb and Ancll Futch '

and moat outstanding ones are: history and father my school teachers my to school and found that their more books for the library.The things you are going to do. kept the audience laughing. '

Louree conceited people. Sunday School teachers, and many room had a picture of President room bringing In the most GreatnetiM comes only to those When (he flowers go awayI Alien Hdwarda Virginia' Alvarez

Science Is now taking a Home of my friends would be sorry to Roosevelt books to be dona tad-to the libraryby who seek how to overcome obstacles miss them every day; and Winifred Itacen presented "'A ,

to be Course and Is
a home maker. If this should hard in all the English classes. few have been, donated alreadyand Roosevelt. early These
Mr. Cigarette Is very on a ptaya were highly enter-
take happen to fall she is planning to girl'a pocketbook. He deceives Air. Benson spoke In Lawtey on we hope that more rooms will ..-- With their 1 leaves both straightand taming and allowed the excellent

a beauty course and do this many people. At first he does not Armistice Day to the school. Ev- respond. Answer lo Guess Uhof curly. work of the Spoken Engllnh de-
kind of work as her vocation. Martile Chairman. Leola Norman. I .. __
Eula Mae Dyal. demand very much Just ten or fifteen eryone enjoyed his talk very much. Hemingway ---- pa. '.man t under dlreotion of Mrs ; H

By cents a week. But the longer SfX'ONI .K.\OF NEWS: Demo rent. j
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BIOGRAPHY OF she goes with him the more money SCHOOL, DAYS By DW1U Mm. Biggs TeacherWe "A Matter of Tunle"

he gets. Few girls can have a fat are studying: the Life of the
GRACE AKUOOU lly KfNkeD English/
pocketbook that go around with Indian at the time the Pilgrims e
Grace Is who Is not the J A two
a person act entitled
play "A
father :-r 47C came Mat-
gives OVE'r.Several
Mr. Cigarette. My
leant bit conceited. Although she I u --- GpS){ I tE'lER.KHE ter of Taste," wan presented in
ill me my allowance. He worked hard I of the girls made minia- et'the
thought to be by some people. RJSSeLSC' auditorium
II : Monday afternoon a
She for his money and I don't think ItS Sicx ture wigwams and decorated. them.
dislikes conceit in anyone and >f c&PLT WAS by students of Mra.
that it would be fair to him to giveIt I t ALMar The boys cut and made bows and Uemoreat'a
strives to convince people that shedoesn't -' "SlS arrowa. Spoken English class j; ,
to Mr. Cigarette. I
that trait. She Is ETttR'N ICE .
possess
Like most young girls, I wantto SHE We have a small Indian Museum The characters were Chester
always trying to make newfriends AlltT
be attractive. I love pretty In our room. Moody WlllUm Plummer, Harriet

and loves to be In a crowd most clothes and dainty things. Smoke I Our teacher brought a piece of Benson Marie Tiaon, Beatrice 1i 1 1Moseley
of the time. Grace Is not bashful 1 til .j ,
but ing does not appeal to me. Brown I tjEEPWATcNu4a pottery and two clay Indiana that Albert Lee Crosby, Bud-

she Is a little selfconscious.She stained finger tips; yellow brown I l ci qi1 foe MY 4'MtlvleT were mode by real Indiana. dy I>i-vtn. and Irene Prescott p
has /
a very moderate temper. teeth and tobacco breath seem I We have written lessons on "In Between laughs, we learned thatIt
Grace loves to play the piano and I I/I of
f
and bit dlan Life. great value to have an ..du-- t
coarse a dirty. -- ---
'
ing popular songs. She hopes I ration. 4, .f
Science has told us that Mr. Sb O1lri OH --'- !
ome' day to be able to sing as wella. c ti5' Arlene Dew 1
,
Cigarette causes a great deal of I.EOI.NMCJHMra. : : sang "Goody Goody"between rr,
PARIAR
Frances Langford and playas Tt c ri
trouble Inside of our bodies He Kincnld, TeacherWe acts :; '
cpR1'ET WtnWHT
well as Fats Waller. She is wellon I r0I s
.
will make the heart, the body I Just ASa are bringing donations for ---- y'
her way to these two things as is i HTII K-OKH1I.V..L, JOKE <'
all of us She likes almost I pump go too fast. The heart WEJ- ORDER 01! A our Thanksgiving basket, Each
can see. times a one In the class will Betty: I hope home f'
all doesn't care supposed to beat seventy 1 ) TOrrBSfbMeS- bring vegetables Daddy bring ,
sports but she
minute. and he makes it beat neal > fault or eats of some kind some venison' this year t '
very much for
dancing. ly eighty times. This will wear "I so that we might make someone flnf>lke-y: rye never seemed to ;r
Grace j .11
plans to be a stenographic .
out sooner. happy on Thanksgiving Day like venison' '::1; .'
and
to be success.
hopes a
the lungs to see -- -- -.- lietty Oh! I
It is the Job of I : \lore it. xi e

She was born in Bessemer Alabama she* that we have plenty of fresh air ) ANVKWIY'H HI'SINKHM flnookey: I guess It's because : !//II \
1919 where
January 6, .
to breathe. Every breath we take> Edna Pearce and Donbla Smith I've never eaten any. "
Jived attended '
for She -
seven years. Is filtered. Mr. Cigarette mixes I : attended the Flortda-Sewannee -

tw grammar school there for his smoke with this pure air and ;, football game. It appears that the UK WONDER WIIYOleta :_ ;

ed< "to years Florida.then She her started parents to school mov- lets poisonous gases Into the body j Starke girl like football games Smith and Loin Judd can' 8 :

to the The brain tells us right from I (especially In Gainesville.) always be round In the eleventh! I ,;
second in Lawtey
where grade wrong'does our thinking and gets ,, Doris Strickland spent the week- grade home room. "\
she went for eight years.
Grace our lessonS for ua. At first Mr. | end In Jacksonville./ On Monday Mr. Cray b& n.t laId! "Keep

School entered Bradford High and Is Cigarette excites the brain and I! Doris could hardly stay awake IricliMHea. ahead of the game," this year. j

In the tenth grade makes it work faster, but soon It i She better stay away The 12th grade English test was

now an outstanding senior. Grace grows dull and does! not work so r from Jacksonville while achool la ao easy thte week ,

was' one of the five contestants in well.! The nerves are our messenger i going on.Frances. Art la 8panhotx made ao low onS

'!1e "Miss B. H. S. Contest. She boys. They carry mesages to I Lee Peek and Miriam typing .p ed teat Thursday after ':J
t to
one of the best basketball play- Jf
and from all! parts of our bodies Guy, DoDt Bishop Edna: Pearce: noon. ;
m the school. Grace has a Mr. Cigarette makes them! Jumpy served at the concert Thursday Why Waldo girl won the basket f a

hippy' disposition and everybody and inefficient. I i night The next day they were tall game last Friday afternoon. .f
"
e J jya being around her. make -.- ._ .
my -
I do many things to :' talking about having such a good
.-- strong and healthy. I eat' time. Wan It really the concert The larjf !Hl endowment founda-:

Ancient: Rome had a law which body food, take part In the athlet- : or some other attraction flora In the United States la the
,
,wed a man to avoid a law- pure want to Carnegie! foundation of New York'
it t when insulting another, The Ica at school and I do not / I Katie and Vlrglnl Fugate paida with a capital of 9IOO.8flO.783. Tb''
unhealthful 13 e lWlafEfLSPoR1S
do thing so pd yf business visit to Jacksonville*
U1 merely had to hand the in- any e second largeat Is the Rockefeller r
smoking. Tuesday, The question la "Wri/it,I foundation, with a of !
trod:; one a sum, of money equal capital 1147,
: Clara Mae Harley, i: kind of business) ?" 313.921. .
23 centa to prevent him from Reporter. i'

king the case to court.


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__. IIft.AOf"ORD COrNTT 'l'JCLlORAPJI!: STABfl.L, IR.ORIDwSodefri' __ _. -__ __- 't hie
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Sunday Evening Play (Claude Murphree I 'scii oi.DAYS ..__. By DWIG
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Hoard In ConcertThe
arrlc1:" Message! ;
.
tho titleof Education Department of -
Glorified Vision was
l the Methodist play given Sun'lay ''the Woman's Club presented the 110,.". rul"VilA. __ __-- ___
Club Gainesville Philharmonic Society .
night I at the Woman's V w CDUwTea bCSS .
building and as the title would indicate II In a musical program Thursday : o& .. ,.. c:,," cu :. IiAR ..PSeREwave3 .
November 19, at the Wo eH,005& .. : ...., bfR,.
it was an inspiring production evening, .,.., t/I ,_ ... : : ".: ; e.s ""'M

!Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Green relating to the Christmas sea- man's Club House. .. -= ...:..- .. .__. ..- .,.".. ......... .. _.....,..Sf". ...... "1.. To k1l11111W. ..ol'PQ. :
Painting
Beautiful in the play was the first meeting of the .. .. ..... .. .
Church School Celebrate Golden son. The thought This was '. ". ':. '':....'" ..... .... .....
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Presented which Is -' .. --
Wedding Anniversary putting Christ Into Christmas, and Fortnightly Music Club t .A" 'l' "'_" ""-" .
Mrs. c. L. Stockwell\ has presented Instead of giving presents to our sponsored by the Education De- 7' \ ..' 1QocER "
( a beautiful painting for the Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green cele- friends, give cards and give mon- partment.The :'! f14r1TSLaetn'1 ,,
Educational Building: of the Methodist brated their golden wedding anniversary ey to the church that would have program: which was enjoyed } OK j. ;' ,see A Uc"T 'l/- At.,

Church. The large picture with a dinner party last been spent on presents.The by a large and appreciative audience fREncNHnaD v', is HER\ wtPIoowst :'. \

,. represents Christ in the Garden of Friday November 20, at their cast was as follows: was as follows: 1 ... '',.\
and it is hung above home on Walnut Street. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Jr., Mrs .
G ths emane 1. Trio: .'
r the piano in the auditorium. It Beautiful arrangements! of Autumn Betterton (mother). Adagio From Moonlight Sonata J Ena.Md 6LCe.5". ... "kt.fi! ...

will doubtless be a spiritual inspiration flowers were used in decorat- Miss Kitty Hogsed, Mary Bet I Beethoven.. l -"'" ;

that will influence! the minds ing for this lovely occasion. terton. (daughter_ ). I Waltz in A MajorBrahms.Cradle .,, .'.r J1' fr

of those who attend service In I Mrs. Green is the daughter of Miss Dorothy White Jane Bet i Song.-Brahms. i f.i .. h .an1
Michael Andreu and : f/ puptit/ti .
that building. ,the late Alexis terton. Claude Murphree, pianist; Jack r
A, A large wood stove has been Installed 'Carolyn Wynn Andreu. They were Misses Virginia and Katie Fu- Long, violinist; Paul Jewett Cel- Si'r: Er+eMy II t u ls4'e. IOpPUMkM1 -V
and that two of the first four pioneer .:"' j )
from .
auditorium .
.
in the gate, Polly and Patty Wlnsted. list. _. ,.. .J "
with several oil heaters for class families that settled at Starke, Frank Trent.N. 2. Baritone! .e.

.' rooms will make the building com more than a century ago. Mrs. Billy. T.Long Rltch, Will Trent.A. Wohln _.__.______!* Schubert co: ... ..-:r.-. O'I'f /
fortable In cold weather. Green was reared in Bradford W. Anderson, Jr., Dick Ken- Who is Sylvia ______Schubert b.oos V :* 5'.? Ventf \
County and has resided in this { .'
Hack ..,{!' C.i': : )
George .
continuously. .. .
Book Review Club county non.John Inman, John Hilton (ministerial 3. Piano: .rft* *-T-i.:" / S

The Book Review Club of theWoman's Mr.: Green, a native of Liberty student). Variations Serieuae -Mendelssohn nmr, \ ]! *-* .....-.VH.,,! ...*...s"
Ga., is the son of the late tu.illImmrnJ "
,
County .'
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Club will meet Tuesday Jacob Green and Amanda Pinhol- Spinning Song___ Wagner-Liszt >J-- v-,.....> ;> -
December 1, at 7:30 Silver Tea Claude ( Thttet wtr.1c ,
evening ster Green. He moved to Bradford Murphree ti. ... J
fCSi
and .. $\loT
at the home of Judge buw
ow
o'clock A" (
County In 1870 and has resided The Young Matron's Circle of 4. Baritone: .
Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. here since. He has been promi-I the Baptist Church gave a very delightful Ich Grolle NlchtSchumannThe vt\T fNEMV ."
Sees
Miss Ruth Sternoerg will review nently Identified In the silver tea from "to 6 Enl King _---_---.Schubeit; .'.' ft1fl'\1 ...I'
"Beyond Sing the Woods" by Gul- political life of the county. o'clock Friday afternoon in the George Hack ::: .,. --...
I branseen. Mrs. L. A. Canova will Attending their anniversary din- home of Mrs. E. L. Biggs on Wal- 5. Trio: rSPooEuT ... ,..,..-.-

give some highlights from "Wake ner were their son-in-law and nut Street.A Calm as the Night _________Bohm ..."
Up !and Live" by Dorothea Brande. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. color note of yellow and Moment Musicale _______Schubert J",J.j1 .,. .. .....,.-...-.

Johns of Lake Butler; their son bronze was reflected In the Fall Slumber Song ________Schumann :1.:1 sees 1\
and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. flowers used about the rooms. Claude Murphree pianist; Jack 4 MOT..e .. fOOTPR\HTS

Floyd Green; their son and daugh- The following program, under Long, violinist; Paul Jewett, Celist. ; IM t\I.S ii <' ON Ina
ter-in-law, Congressman and Mrs. the direction of Mrs. L. A. Canova, 5 ROOM
( "Ams
R. A. Green; their grandchildren was presented: After the program the visiting IP N Cots o\rr TM
George C. Johns of Lake Butler; I I "Valsette" (Kerr), Betty Marsh artists were received informally by ': ....0 ep$ SfP.P7 OFF-by WM. SCaw,",

Betty, Carolyn, Collette and An- burn. he members of the Executive fees MOOMNC t.:a tN 'R'f: JOM" DarN DoT tutu+eq
niece Green; and a cousin,, W. Rudolph I "Where Do the Daisies Go?" Board of the Woman's Club at the 6tt-t. \a'..... 1000 ,,eoel... i.t.9

Andrews, of Lake Butler. : (Quick Step), Gloria Price. ,come. of _Mr._ and Mrs. L. A. Ca- -..------
Mr. and Mrs. Green were the re- j "Jesus Loves Me"--Song-Dot- nova .
Studio Uprightsand iplents of appropriate an. members of the Junior
many tie Sue Biggs. Four .
with their grandparents Mr. and It is a good and safe > iU i <
Grand PianosALSO ilversary gifts. "Little Spring Song" (John Woman's Club ushered at the concert EVERGREEN in ,
Mrs. W. R. Kersey sojourn many places ah 'u M
.. Thompson), Loral Bennett. and assisted the hostesses in Mr9. F. A, Rosier, CorrespondentMr. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Keene and meant to spend your life t ti I" "
U. D. C. Will Meet WednesdayThe "Hold Thou My Hand" (Briggs), serving at the reception. They and Mrs. Cheatham Peeleof children, Vance, R. C., Harley, never omitting an opportuniu ,,,t
GUARANTEE USK) Misses Frances Lee Peek, Dot
Clarice Gill. were Jacksonville spent the weekendhere Ruth and Dorothy of Cross City doing a kindness or speakim I:
1'IANOS W. T. Weeks Chapter United At the conclusion of the program Bishop, Edna Pearce and Miriam
with Mrs. Hester Sapp. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. R. true word or making trh>n !IRuskin.
t A Price for every Pocketbook Daughters of the Confederacy, delicious refreshments were Guy. i- last week-end. .
will meet Wednesday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wilkinsonand Kersey
served by the hostesses.A .
LILLIAN'S Rudolph Chism is visiting his ,
children of Ralford spent Saturday
December 2, at three o'clock at will be bought
MUSIC STOREOpp. he: home of Mrs. L. A. Davis. Hos- with Pulpit the proceeds Lamp from the tea. Birthday Party with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. father A. J. Chism, In St George Nepal one of the proving v', :

eases: Mrs. Davis, Mrs. W. G. --.- ,_.-.. For Oleeta Green Morgan. Ga.Riley India is closed to all outsiders,, :'
Florida TheatreGAINESVILLE Halle, Mrs. L. A. Rennolds and Executive Board Meeting Oleeta Green daughter of Mr. The Rev. L. A. Donnely of Starke Johns of this section was only the British envoy and >ns ;
his E. Johns, '
brother
visiting C.
Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. and Mrs. Nelson T. Green, celebrated spent several days here last week. staff being permitted to live in the I'
I The next regular meeting of the her ninth birthday with a, Mrs. A. B. Rosier and children of Lawtey last Sunday. capital.
E. C. Johns and family of Law-
Executive Board of the Woman'sClub afternoon at Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
NEAR TO YOU party given Tuesday spent P. B. Johns and
AS tey were visiting
III FLOWERS will be held on Thursday December the home of her parents. Leslie McClellan.Mr. ,

AS YOUR TELEPHONEFOR 3, at 3:30: P. M. at the Woman's Outdoor games were enjoyed' and Mrs. Bryant Reddingwere I family Misses Sunday.Juanita, Geneva and Eva REAL

Club House. during the afternoon at the con- visiting his mother, Mrs.
ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J Hilliard attended church Saturday
H'j
station elusion of which a large pink and F. Redding Friday. : night at Evergreen Church. ESTATEIF
beacon
ALL ORDERS FILLED Each radio range .blue birthday cake was cut and Mr and Mrs. George Nasworthand A. J. Yarbrough, Mr. and Mrs.

ARTISTICALLYECONOMICALLYPROMPTLY ia on monitored the Federal by Airways from one System to served with delicious hot choco- children of Sanderson spent E. E. Yarbrough were business visItors YOU WANT TO

stations late.Mrs. the week-end with her sister, Mrs. to Jacksonville recently. BUY SELL OR RENT
four distant receiving
Green was assisted in entertaining SEE US-
MRS. L. G. POWELL Starke which check it for perfect opera the young folks by Mrs. William Morgan. .
tion. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Morganwere The road running bird is a descendant -
H. C. Wlmberly. of Highland and
visiting her father J. H. SappIn of the cuckoos, which it WILSONREALTY
Mrs. L. D. Keller.
'
a Gainesville hospital Thurs resembles in having two rear toes
About thirty friends of Oleeta CO.
day. on each foot. These toes actuallyare ,
enjoyed the afternoon and presented
.. a hindrance in running on the
her with many attractive gifts. -- -
SPECIAL OFFERINGS WOODLAWNSirs. ground.

ZIFF A. J. Varbrough Cor. distinctive flowers |
Minn Lola I'.. L.wl., Correspondent grace

FRIDAY & SATURDAY'S SELLING Services were conducted at Little Mr and Mrs. A. J. Yarbrough ,. cherry at herschel I
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. I I
Rock Church Sunday by the Rev. were visiting Jacksonville
Claude Rawls of High Springs. Anderson of Heilbronn, Saturday. phone 7-2129
We are sorry to report that Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gaskins of mart center pieces unusual corsage I

LUMBERJACKSIEX'S Henry Shaw is ill at this writing. Jacksonville spent last week-end flowers for gift I

CHILDREN'S FLANELETT WORKSHIRTS 'KTr-B. V.. Howard nt _1Tfi.lrhA.nkflpent ___ ._ .
n n - -- - - - -----
the week-end here with her y - -- - - - -
Mrs. It, B. Thomas. I
daughter
SLEEPERS Don't forget that there will be a I FRESH

fifth Sunday meeting at Dedan FISH Clli. 8e GREEN'S
Size 2 to 6 at Church Sunday, November 29. FLOUR

69c AT .

BOOTSEY1S BEACH TORE

CHILDREN'SPAJAMAS= 39c, 69c, 79c, 98c Miss Effie Crawford Cor. WHOLE GRAIN


f. \ CAN'T BE BEAT is Mrs.visiting A her J. Chesser son and of daugtiter-in-Campville, RICE, SIbs. 22c CASH STARKE& CARRY FLA. 24 Lbs. 75c

law, Mr. and Mrs. ''J. A. Chesser of ,

79cLADIES' MEN'SOVERALLS this section.A large crowd. from this section Ask About Our Profit-Sharing Plan- E E
F R
F R E E
OUTING attended church Saturday night It Costs You Nothing-Save Your Tickets
and Sunday at Evergreen. -
Mrs. Sallie Blackwelder returned
1 C1I't SAt"CER-l\IOTIIEIt'S FLORIDA
GOWNS 79c

BOYS & PANTS Worthington Saturday with friends after Springs.Mr. and upending. relatives sometime at- H OATMEAL Pkg. 25c ORANGES Dol. lOc


Size 2 to 16 at and Mrs. J. Roy Quinn of

GIRL GUARANTEED AT this section were visiting friends II ONIONS, Lb. ___ _____2yzc NECK BONES, 3 Lbs. __ 25c
1.59, 1.95, 2.69 and relatives in Jacksonville Tues

NO..2 CANS-STANDARD PACK RIB

SHOES MENS 98c day.C.recently. E. visited Crawford his,of sister this and section bro- :I TOMATOES can 7e BEEF STEW Lb. lOe

ther-In-Iaw, ;Vf hnd Mrs. Bill

Sloes 1.25 10 to Up 1 nt. 1.95, 2.95, 3.95 Greene Mr. and of Jackso Mrs. >A111e.Fisher Gaskinsof :: PRINCE ALBERT, can -- tOc FRESH SAUSAGE PORK Lb. ._ 25c

visiting his
Jacksonville were I MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
BOY'S OUTINGPAJAMAS mother, Mrs. Jean Gaskins, here FRESH

BOYSSHOES Sunday.Mrs. j Lb. Can 25c
PORK Lb. 20eI
R. N. Crawford, returnedto CHOPS
FRIENDLY FIVES her homo here Monday night
after spending several days with LEMONS, Doz. -- --.-- 10c CHUCK ROAST 01'

her daughter, Mrs. Bill Greene of STEAK, Lb.._ 12'/c
Size 10 to 16 Jacksonville who has been very I w'
Sites 9"{ to :3 at ill. I SUGAR 5 Lbs. .24c

98c Vanls Keene and Ruben Keeneof ROUND m. 20e
1.25 UpS Shamrock were visiting friends I 100 nox

here Saturday night.C. ASPIRIN Each ..3c BOLOGNA
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e Robert
Itrlllte E. Crawford and
i SAUSAGE Lb. 12Vzc
,
IN" EXTRA HEAVY Crawford of this section made a GROUND DAILY


{ r CNBLKACIIEHSHEETING :MEN'S OUTINGPAJAMAS Monday.business Miss Mlttie trip to Frlvltt Jacksonville of. Jacksonville last. PURE COFFEE Lb. 124c MEAL 10] Lbs. 25c!

spent the week-end here with I
28-OZ. JAR APPLE PET or CARNATION
her sister and brother-in-law Mr.

and Mrs. Wilbert Crawford. Sun II BUTTER --- - _12Yzc MILK Tall Can _. __ __ 7c

TilE SHOE OF DISTINCTION day.Mrs. H-OZo TOMATO
10 Yds. for 1.10 B. L. Privitt returned to herhome OtTART JAR

UNSURPASSED AT$5 1.59 here days Thursday with her after parents.spendingeeveral Mr. CATSUP lOc RILL PICKLES 121Ac

20 Yds. for 2.10
and Mrs. Sampson Crews; of Mac- ,
Sa! 1'KO
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QUART JAR
clenny.
I SALT Pk .3c 2Sc2LB.
AT .
YOU SAVE WHEN YOU BUY IT -- -- ----- PEANUTRUTrER. _
Open planes now can be converted -
CAN
tORN
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into year-round ships with

ALEXANDER and COMAPNY the development of a cockpit enclosure I COCO 1214c FJ I5c

changing, which the does primary not necessitate structure j AKES 2 Pka s.

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Mr and :Mrs' GI..nnVood of ,!: Sin. O L H.-asle in.) Mm .1 GUM BRANCHMl \LLIK: ('IB)'l \' IUKIKI Brethrenin.I/ t h ,' negropreacher

of Orlando:Mis Emma were UK Canov",...'k'nd guests' j 1\\, KiiKHi. 1 pent thfPirnpa :";1U1k"ltl'tIlJo,1I"1..Iy. \ .. Kll/Jtlx-th "..milKf'. Cor.Mi \ :M,>lllo Cnwb17.. wa buried In You havn come to pray
"r \* Mi" thru pa- t I'rilun ivim'ti'iv Sunday afternoon Co' rain. Brethren de foundationof

Bits ofCON -. .. ------ -- I n'nb.11'| in t :\11'\ i l
Mrs K. G. Duncan and little son I -- -.- :Mi and, \Mrs Erwin H.irnago and l St. PeteisbuiB; faith You oume t.> pray to rain

Kaoper, and R.I. Thiea spent Albert H trtmun Is row employedIn \ ihll
Tuesday In Jacksonville Tampa doing mechanical work day with J, A Harrmge and fam- Mr. and Mm. Seaborn Crosby, two his umbrella. Ind Forester

loCal N In a new factory that Is being I brothers Phillip Casey and! Warren .---

-, Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg; spent built there. He spent Thanksgiving ily.Mr.. and Mrs J. C. Duwon and crosby. and one sister Vests, all Germany has developed a proceaa -

: 'L'RNING:: OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND i: Sunday In Daytona Beach visiting with his family here. I Mr. and Mrs Lewis Gilllard of of St. Petersburg His grandparents for softening leather by re-

their son Dr S. Sternberg: Jacksonville!' were guents of Mr. Mr. and Mra. p A. CroHby, frigeration.
OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN I
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PROI.UESS(; Mr. and Mrs. Hart Stringfellow I and Mrs. J. N. Norman Sunday.
I of Hrooker and Mrs. Canute Larrt- /
Mrs. Tolbert Black of Lake City and Captain and Mrs Edmund Ed-i Mrs Audrey Newmans and baby, SnuKn"Y Save
also l
of St. sur-
> Petersburg
more,
spent the week-end with her par- mondson of Gainesville were dinner I Harley of Pine Level spent the

f I ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick.Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. i week-end with her sister, Mrs. T. vive.
-- Beasley Wednesday Eni<.Btine! Andrews spent Mrs. J. M. Norman, of Lawtey, N. Norman.
IIII! visitor and Mrs. B. Jacobs spent --,-- I much at his tragic a
In Lake Butler. was a in Starke last Sat- : Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and very grieved
1'1 urday.D. Thanksgiving In Perry as the and Mrs. J. F Colley and i. children of Pine Level 1 were guests I death. e

and Mra H. V. Knight were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. Law- Misses Virginia and: Katie Fugate of J. A. Harnage and. family Sun- .

cot in Gainesville. rence. spent Thanksgiving In Tampa with NOTICE
visitors A. Monteith of Bellglade will
I Mrs. day.Mr. I
Colley's sister and brother-in-
-- spend the week-end: here with his and Mrs. H. Keene and fam-
-
of Jacksonville' Mrs. Thelma Dinkins of Lawteyhas law Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Holllster. Notice/<< to holders of BradfordCounty'
the weekend
JaCk WIIIIRms family. ily of Cross City spent i Ploridit lloiid
visiting friends here Sunday. accepted a position as secre- here with relatives and friends. Refunding

11 ..... Latest designs In Christmas tary in the offices of Knight &: Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Miss Ha- Mrs Ancel Norman and son, Bradford County, Florida, Refunding -
Bond/i/ of January 1st, 1934
r II; B Herlong spent Mon-i Knight. eel Adklna will spend Thanksgiving Kenneth with her
M spent Friday
iirs Cards price from 1 rent to 5 cents numbered as follows: 1. 7, 8, 12,
Jacksonville visiting friends. ; In Tallahassee as the guests of mother.. Mra. R. M. Johnson at
qb> all with envelopes, at :MIU-hell' 15. 20. 22. 23, 27. 28 31. 30. 37. 38,
I Miss Essie Coleman spent Misa Lois Adkins, a student of the Graham.
L. and" Mrs T. K. McClane Florida State College for Women. 30 40. 41, 42. 43, 4", and 48, are
)/ in Olustee with her
Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Jackson of
Thanksgiving In Gainesville. I Speed Harvey of Plant City was called for payment at par and accrued

St t __ I visiting friends here Friday and parents, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Coleman Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter Sampson City and baby were the Interest January 1st., 1037. cant $ct an-,

S. R. Johns, Jr., Saturday. guests of J. A. Harnage and family at the Central Hanover Hank and '
lu) ana Mrin Sara will spend the weekendin hone f opinion from'1
Gainesville Sun- Sunday. Trust Co., of New York. N. Y.
New Port Richey visiting MrsBarefoot's
!It Mr. and Mrs. George Manasaa J. C. Sapp, who Is employed in Board of County Commissioners o( a mat? m love-nor
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Gorman spent sister, Mrs. Frances '
attended the
f' StetsonOglethorpefootball the week-end Bradford Starke, Florida wifhrnor.h'!
the week-end In Jacksonville with in DeLand Thanks- Parker. \ Jacksonville spent County nn
r jllarcus F Brown was a busl- relatives. game here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. .

/i visitor in Jacksonville Mon- I giving-day. .. The Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Mont S. Sapp. HKU1NNINU SATURDAY. DEC .1

1, A daughter was born to Mr. and Shop early at :Mitchell'' for gomery and children spent the'I Miss Josephine Harnage of Eus- WEEKLY

-- Mrs. Anders No- 'ard.... Newettt Thanksgiving holidays at Benson tis spent Sunday with Misses! Ellzab..th -
Leroy on Sunday, Christmas ( designs I
Iflcbanl Kldd of Flagler Beach vember 22. from I rent to 5 centH.. All with Springs with Mrs. Montgomery's and.Annie Mae Harnage. $ BANK( DAY $

t the week-end here with his enex cloppn.. parents the Rev and Mrs. J.V.. \ .

ally Miss Martha Toney of Shubutu, Austin. HAMPTONMU I-'Olt OUR CIJHTOMKUSK ; : :

Miss., Is the house guest of Miss Miss Leila Dea Andrews of Ocala Ida Minim.. (.u..p..f UAM.ON OK OAS'
JAbbw Harley of Gainesville .\ Wit variety of new designs. In <3I\K \ UKF.KLY: AWAIU1 OK 5
Brinson. spent the week-end with her sister isthe
vepk-end with Mrs. E. L. Patsy ChrlKtmiiM at lIh'h..I1'M11 The W. M. Baptist
Cards
at t ui and Mrs.
and brother-in-law, Mr. with envelopes| from 1 rent to 5 Church, will conduct a Parcel Sale Dad Pender's Cities Service Station

gp Mrs. E. E. Canova and Miss II. C. Brown. VeutH. next Saturday afternoon, November -
---- 28. Everybody Is invited to I.HJIIT 1.I'N'Ht4NI:: ) I'() T.\I. TtI.: tm.\1'1I
Mary Canova were visiting in
lIaye i I I' Frank Landrum spent Mrs. Emma Canova will have us and Otrti-i- Temple Ate. Htarke, Florida.. '
acksgiving In Inverness with his Gainesville Monday. Mrs. F. H. Long had as Thanksgiving come bring a surprise pack
and
: her this week-end Mr.
guests
2 clock.
ailyI Day guests her son-in-law age. The sale begins at o I'.tltI'4T(1HU': : \\" AT SIX I' :M.
and childrenof
Mrs. George B. Flynn
Each will be sold for
Mrs. F. C. Hollingsworth Mrs. und daughter Dr. and Mrs. B. S. package

Hiss Miriam Jacobs of Jackson- Ray Newsome, Miss Audrey Car. I Clermont. Carroll and Miss Lois Long, of I j 23 cents, anti will contain something -

I:Ie A", the weekend guest of Hole and Miss Ernestine Andrews Air. and Mrs. C. A. Futch and Jacksonville; und Rlchxrd Long of of refreshments that value or wll more.Free be servedto UI'TTF.ltI1I.1i.! "MV. F.tfIH.K: :

a r parcm" Mr. and Mrs. B. Jabs spent Sunday In Jacksonville as G. M. Sistrunk attended the Eastern Gainesville.The I all. OF FIRST 1lEUJ'FYNOW
of Mr. and Mrs J L. Hair.
guests Star meeting in Lake Butler ON HALF. IIV .
secretary, Mrs.:Noble White E. J. King; and family had as

Tuesday evening. will be leader at the meeting of the I their guests liiHt Sunday O. J. Andrews -

-STUDY' AT HOME at- Woman's Chi istlan Temperance and family of Lawtey Mrs. LETSCH'S DAIRY FARM
BUSINESS Mr. and Mrs W. E. Bryant
}:urn $3000 a year or more. We conch tended the funeral services of Mrs. Union which convenes at her homeon \ O. .1. Fleet and family and Lee
you step by tp.. Cost reasonable. C'ufth Friday afternoon. All membersare Summers and family all of Jack
C. Toole in Gainesville last ': F. CAIN Mgr. ,
W. limit :2, Slnrke K. ,
OR Write for attruetivepropodtlon
term at
or once expected and friends of the sonville.
and full portll'ulnrs.u! Thursday afternoon.Dr. cause Invited. I Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Summers motored rLi\riiF.ii': ': TO voim uncUt
thorl/.e to Issue degrees upon ifraduuI to Gainesville last Sunday
LAW I tlon. Drpt. K! !Southern Business and and Mrs. W. E. MIddleton
Mrs.\ G. W. Alderman had as her evening.A Or Oil Hula At
Law University Miami, Florida. had their guests Sunday Mr.
and Mrs.as R. C Dowling and chil- guests this past week-end her B. Y. P. U. was organized at S. JOHNS, IIAI.I/S I'lwXrK':, II EU F.I'4, OI.SKN'S C"l<'E

dren of Jacksonville. daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and the Baptist Church last Sunday HAD I'F.NDKIt'H

OH BOY! Mrs. G. C. White and daughter, night, by the pastor, Rev. A. J.

Frances, and her husband, G. W. Turner of Gainesville. -
and ---
The Y. W. A. business so-
will be held at the Alderman, all of Tallahassee. The officers elected for the en-
CHILE I cial meeting THE CIVIC MUSIC ASSOCIATION
XOW'S THE TIME FOR Baptist Church Tuesday night, De- suing year, are ai follows: i
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Oiler who for "
President--Miss Alta Rhames. THE
cember 1 at 6:30: o'clock. JACKSONVILLE ANNOUNCES
SIZZLING HOT ON THESE COLD NIGHTS -. I the past four months occupied an Vice Pres.-Misa Miriam Guy. I

Mrs. R. A. Green returned Monday apartment at the residence of Col. j Secretary-Miss Ethel Stone. FOLLOWING OUTSTANDING
CHILE BEANS-HOT TAMALES-SPAGHETTI and Mrs. D. E. Knight left Sun- Treasurer-Willie Mae Hlnson.
she
from Gainesville where CONCERTS FOR THE
SANDWICHES SHORT ORDERS-OYSTERS Mr. day to make their home In Winter Corresponding Secretary-Alberta \
had been visiting her parents,
Haven.: Mr. Oiler Is a state engineer I 1936.37 SEASON.KIRSTEN "
Hlnson. .
MEET YOUR FRIENDS WHERE IT'S WARM & COZY and Mrs. Y. A. Harris.

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HALL'S LUNCH I e' Mrs. G. C. Conner spent the Dr. and Mrs. W. '; ;Middlemen Bin-.on.I I FLAGSTED--SOPRANO--DECEMBER 3.
I week-end with her daughter and JASCHA HKIFET2VIOLINI8TJANUARY 5. o
Near Seaboard Station M. had as their guests Thanksgiving I William RUDOLPH SERKINPIANIST FEBRUARY 20. t
I son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. M. I I
II'j Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mlddleton and ,
I Strickland In Florahome. Pianist- Mlaa Miriam Guy. NATIONAL CITY SYMPHONY APRIL 5.OUTOFTOWN .
daughter, Marjorie Sue, Gerald f .

NAT SEZ:: Middleton Mrs. Mae Jones and I: Several families In Moscow, asa I .
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bryant, MEMKKKSIIIP IS INVITED AT .00 FOR
I don't have much patience with Misses Dorothy Noegel, Ida Mae Mr. and Mrs. Doutt Jones all of I rule, share a communal kitchen. TIn I SERIES' OK 4, OK $2.AO: KOIE SINGI.K fONt'FKTS.
anybody who can't find anythingto Jacksonville. i
be thankful about on Thanksgiving Norman, and Pauline Tumlin were '

-why we have everything! In visiting in Lawtey Sunday.Mrs. Miss Gloria Johns, of Jackson-I' A Address checks or inquiries to Registrar,
the old days the Pilgrim's who (GENT WORD
ville, Is spending the I
t started the custom were thankful had E. L. Biggs and childrenspent with her grandparents, Mr. and P. O. Box 5125, Jacksonville, Florida.
r, Just for the fact that they the Thanksgiving holidaysin
Mrs. T. J. Griffin, while her parents COLUMNFOR
/[ come through another year without St. Augustine with Mrs. Blgg'a
amt Mrs. C.'C. Mendoza,
Indians. Dr.
being scalped by the mother Mrs. O. J. Grlffln. SALEInternational tractor -.-_.._______._._ "" u .., ._ ____
Today there nren't any Indians to are visiting relatives in New Or-
and mill. J. M. Norman.
cane
bother ua and the only reason we leans, La.
have to worry about our scalp Is Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, Mrs. Lawtey. tip

dandruff. And look at, all the oth- D. A. Monteith and children spent Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight and I WILL PAY CASH-for used MAGNOLIA CAFE
with
nice In Jacksonville piano -
er things we have to boot- Thanksgiving
spent Thanks-
Miss Loral Bennett
*. Write Lillian's
Music
convenient W. P. Randall.Mr. .
Mrs.
homes, good (oars Mr. and MontlaelloVtis:
stores and a spot of ground In the giving in the guestsof Store, 342 W. University Ave..

best country In Ute world. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright Mrs. Knight's brother and min Gainesville, Fla. tf wJ 1 uxtkitli tiitnrrTurkey
ter-ln-law, Mr. and...Mrs. C. C. ,
and children of Jacksonville were Shepard.Mrs. lif-BLUU ..-. Recommended for
guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. D. high blood pressure and other con .

L.\JES' WINTER/ LADIES FALL Wainwright, Sr., Saturday. N. F. Guilford spent Sun .tilt Ions of the stomach, Indigestion,

day in Quitman, Gn. She was accompanied palpitation of heart, swimming of
DRESSES Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs. T. home by her mother, h ea d. Eliminates constipation.Sold .
COATS
T. Long spent the Thanksgiving Mrs. T. A. Sweat Mrs. Sweat will by J. C. Manning, Starke. lip
In Baconton, Ga.. with
\1.1. LATE STYLES NEIL! STYLES holidays visit here for a few days before
AND ALL THE TRIMMINGS
their mother Mrs. W. T. Jackson.Dr. FOR! SALE-- I 5 Room Cottage
to Lakeland.Mr.
going with Bath, corner Bay Lane &

$$6.95 Up $2.98 Up W. E. Middleton who has j I Hogan St. 1..4 Room Cottage N.
and Mrs. L. S. Itutto had as
I been suffering with blood poisonIng their guests over the week-end E:. Corner Wellar & Jackson Stll.I COME AND IJKINCJ: YOUR FKIENDS
for the last few days has been 1. 5 Room Cottage 6 Garage S. E.
Garrick of Philadelphia,
BOYS' ,' advised to take a few days off. He Mra.Pa., and E. Q.Emmet R. Brown of Staten Corner: Wellar & Jackson Sts. I'l IONIC 23 nut KKHKKVATIONSO
BOOTS TWIN will leave Monday for ten or twelve Terms like rent, 6 years time.
Island N. Y. Their daughter,
days. Hutto of Monticello( Quigley & Davis. -------.----.-.- -. -.-,----
FOR ALL NEEDSFROM Miss Carolyn ____n_______ ____
S SUITS I r SweatersBEAUTIFl'L also. spent the week-end here. -- -- -


THEATRE Mr. and-Mrs.-J. M. Brownlee left ,| D TWO WEEKS FROM NOW YOU'LL BR KICKING YOURSELF
Nell Lule : N I RITZ II Monday for Indianapolis\ Ind., to
T AROUND TilE BLOCK SO TO SPEAKFOR
Sport lacks visit their daughter. Miss Martha NOT ORDER-
SPIPattt'm. STARKBPROGRAM
qCALITYAll Brownlee. who is attending the O ING CHRISTMAS CARDS SOONER YOU ALWAYS DO
University of Indiana They expect i I

$5.95 ('olorxw to purchase new automobile i THAT WAY. WE DON'T KNOW WHY
!
in Detroit. Mich and will drive It I MUST HK HUMAN NATURE OR SOME
20-87
1HI'KS.-FRI., NOV. home.
*1'I/D/ $2.98 "Dimples"Shirley II I j/r N f'.1>( : THING HUT IT CERTAINLY ISN'T GOODCOMMON

TempleAnd 5 (.'hti.nnuas C''arIs, At Mitcheil'Afrom O V.. 14 .
,
'i SENSE.! SELECT
I rent to 5 wnt* -
$7.50 :l k "l THEM 1<
A Star Cant ; J ti, NOW
Sam Anderson Harold Wall W. T J r .
r.
WIHLK YOU STILL
KEEP WARM Double Feature !E. Torode Glenn Searing of Jacksonville .. -__ ..I'r
FILL I W D Dutton of Nash ,;: : .. HAVE TIME TO GIVE e

SAT., NOV. 28th ville, Tenn., C. P Wadsworth of ..... "
CottonBlankets "King of The RoyalMounted" :Hampton, Carl Johns, A, E. Wall I .... ---e'J SOME THOUGHT TO

SHOES Sr.. and J. B. Alexander left Thursday t' ::L.. THE MATTER.
:
to go on a deer hunt in Put- -

Robert Kent I nam County. : Aj'

For i And i -- WL (
Ladle 50CARDS
Si/e Charlie Chan At The, leave Mr.Thursday and .In.for N New.York Sternberg will and I :

black or Brown Racetrack"Warner Philadelphia. While In New York,

66x76 OlandStJN.MO.V. they will visit their daughter Miss AA

SUEDE 'I 'Lillian Sternberg. who is studying / ron

Single From there they will go
29-30 dancing
I ., NOV
,
i Struck"Dk'k to Philadelphia to attend the $1.
d9 "Stage football lien T
Army and Navy/ game.

$$1.98 88c II Joan BlondPlIYacht Powell :Sternberg, a cadet at West Point I

I. 'will meet them in Philadelphia. Printrd Ulth Nam/
$3.95 to $8.50 I II Club! BoysI I .- -- E ;
The youth :r>' vement has grown OK MORE EXI'KNblVR CAROM W TO $2O PICK 100.

IT PAYS TO BUY ATS1.'ERNBERG'S I J?;'Kelly TIES.-S The\ KD., DEC.Second"1-2 :go m?rapidly.! than 3,000 th.,' "there. -ha In are hotels now In T BRADFORD COUNTYTREGRAPH

1 Patsy Kelly Europe. Of tu- number. 213 are j

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BRADFORD COCNT11 nSUBXiRAFH. STARKE FLORIDA :SO\'E1\IBF.R J
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NOTICE NOTICE No one known
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V.II' I i" hi'ri-hy ifiM'n to all dcbt1.1 Notice IB hereby given to all creditors ton moth
ti and i'r..dlti.r.. of the rMate ofAvfUn debtor!! and claimant of and I leaves t ,
<'ard.rfad.. to file your against the estate of K A. Andrew, the south and g'u, "
< :,lin'" aw-nlnul tho .al [ SECI I dli.' Honorable 10.:, K. Purryman against said estate with the Honorable ,
FARMERS NEWSfF1oddainShortP ('.nmty Judge of Bradford County E K. Ferryman. County Judge Although they br ,
LIVE STATE 'Florida within eight' months from '.f Bradford County, Florida, within I cal climes they hi ''II
of this notice -
date of first publication eight months from the date of first
or said claim will be barred publication of thla notice or the I I far north as Can

Demonstration Agents l>v law and to pay all debts owing- same. will be barred and uncollect-!! '
Conducted by News .ph. the estate to the underdcrneciUeorge al.le by law; that all debts to said IV THE ('11tC'1IT- ,
F Cary, Atm'r. estate are to be paid to the undersIgn .:U.HTH JllilriVl" /t" '"'
I Ml. Dora. FlorIda. us administratorThl KI.OHIIIt. l"IHUA .'\\11'lit' I .,ll'
11-13-41-12-4 November 6th l*3fl. I tOl'VITi 1'I., I .
W. AN))HEWS, Adm'r. I I11.84t1tJ PK.N1NSPLAU ,,' I
VA\ lit
........ -- NOIICF! OK 'PPI,lf'1ION :.: I I0'1'1111 COMPANY- A ;\,I. '
FOIl T* X; I>KKIKeniit : > I ,

5,000 GET PENSIONS WHITE SLAVERY CHARGED ( Illll Vo- 1113)OTT'I. lIVEN > UK *PI--( I\I. M.IHTKII'SMALM V. Plaintiff, a I
Hints To Housewives RURAL IS HEHKBY: I of 01Tax I j. L. hARDEN. et t ai
That R. J Starlingholder ifc
JACKSONVILLE The state MIAMI-Dave Marcus and Paul Certificate No. 138 funned the Notice I I.. hereby given that under Defendant- S

/ COMMON SENSE I board of social welfare announced Nahas will go on trial in federal Sril day of AuRiixt. A. D. 1931 ha. and In accordance with the final decree I NOTICE ttP MAdlfcK-, vE,
filed same In my office and has of foreclosure and sale rendered I Notice I* hereby .
Wek.ly from Home Demonstration almost 9.000 Floridians are receiving court here next week on charges of made application for a tax deed to by the Court In that certain and pursuant to and gi in i. ,,I ,V

Specialists, TaUaIaaa By SFCD9 JOHNSON I old age benefit payments violating the white slave act by be l issued thereon. Said certificate cause pending. In the Circuit Courtof I authority vested In ih.. ,"-
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Bradford County Florida InChancery Special "
followingrtcacrlbed Master
embrace the by that {! *
ranging from $5 to $30 a month. I transporting two women to Miami property In the County of Bradford, wherein The Federal Lane Decree rendered on th,. ,"i, Ainl

MACHINERY RURAL SOCIAL AND HOME from South Bend Ind., for Immoral Stale of Florida, tuwitfllock Rank of Columbia I I I. plaintiff and October J936. In I .day 1
OILING Scott R. Swindell et al.) are defendants Court of Alachun. I'uinn "1
A very little oil applied when LIFE IMPROVING THROUGH FARMERS REPAYING LOANS purposes. Marcus arrested In MIami Southeast 15 CroHby Quarter Lake of Section Shore 24 In case No. (83 the undersigned Eighth Judicial Clr,'ul', ,"rVi".,I',,", ,"t*

needed keeps household equipment EFFORTS OF F A.tM'O IEN JACKSONVILLF.-J. A. Texada and Nahas In South Bend. and In Northeast Quarter of Hpeclal Master. by said decree bidder ap- Chancery In that .rt.," *Jl *.
will sell to the hlfrhest there
working longer and always ready Jr., state director, reported fami- were Indicted several weeks ago bya Section Range 21 25 Bant.Township 8 South pointed for cash at the South front doorof I Naval Stores pending Compam. wher.ii, }1", ""VJ!

for work. It does wonders for the When Mrs. Jones cans a fine lot lies participating in the rural rehabilitation fsderalgrand Jury at Orlando. "", of the said prop : Bradford the county County court Florida.house during In Starke the, and tlon Lester la Plaintiff and J j, H/rd.

of fruits and vegetables for her .r&h.ui: : aid certificate l I. I Harden hi. \\ ,H, M J
squeaky bedroom door the sewing program have repaid the legal hour of sale on Monday December Harden and Percllla Ha
to eat in winter or when sued was In the name of A. F. Mar- 7th 1938. the following described W" W. P. Harden den", hi
machine the vacuum cleaner, the family $480,181 of the $1,224,939 advanced FIRE HNGINES WHITE. cot, ; and H I,,

washer, and any other appliances' he beautifies her home with articles them up to Oct. 31. MIAMI-If a trial horse a Unless. aald certificate shall be County property Florida situate to-wlti In Bradford den Flooring his wife Company, Nashvlll a i I'', ,.(1.Ti Hat,Jf

that need occasional lubrication. of her own handiwork Itdoesn.t ___ __ redeemed according to law the) NWU of NEW and SEV of NE%. Chrlatofoll Marble. & TilI I
attention chemical engine painted white-Is property described therein. will beHold all In Section 34. Township Seven a corporation.; W H WIN ''pa"t
attract wide-spread
There are right and wrong waysto TURKEYS BRING $500,000 received color of Miami to the highest bidder at the South Range 22 EA.t. containing 80 business aa Wilson Com. ,,Ilo'h.\,"[' \
lubricate and one can use too as many other things attract BROOKSVILLE-- Thanks- favorably court-houHe door on the first Monday acre. more or less Together with Supply Company; MarMhuu" ,,1,1
little. attention. But- fire apparatus will be changed In the month of January 1937 the tenement, hereditament and Company, a corporation' Ti \m\-i\ \
much ol)] as well as too giving trade will buy approximately from the traditional red to white. which I Is the 4th., day of January appurtenAnce. thereto belonging or Icsn Agricultural Chemi, .",1V"'i

The best guide to follow In oiling Mrs. Jones' family will be happier SOO in Hernan- 1917. In anyway appertainingH. I pany a corporation Ill, ''J
turkeys produced
Fire Chief Henry Chase said so Dated this 17th., day of Novem K. PEKRYMAN. and Door Company "
any household machine is the one healthier and more contented do County and will pay $1,300 to vehicles now are ber. 1936. All Special Master In Chancery.. Baker & Holmes Comps a ','I'i,' ,.tlvq i'
private
by the manufacturer who more able to do their work bet many A. .1. THOMAS: KNIC1HT & KNIGHT poratlon: Dixie Brick", ,, "I
given $1( OO for them Agricultural I : : ,> ,
painted red the color no longer Is Attorney for Plaintiff corporation a1 u.l:
recommends what suits ter If she keeps trying systematically Clerk of Circuit Court ; and The MlJ
naturally Agent B. E. Lawton estimates. distinctive. H* believes white will of Bradford County Florida.11205tIII18 11.20at124IN ufacturlng Company, a ,"II, ,ati"j
his appliance best. Ha knows to make her home comfortable Lawton 1.60.000.tur raised are defendants, the nudea,1;, <; ,
where his machine should be oiled. If she keeps trying to provide them _says eys serve as well for visibility, and is : CIRCUIT COVET. iiittnroito clal Master will on UK -,'I 11, ,5 ',T
in Florida Bring the state approximately more fitted to'the semi-tropics. NOTICE Of APPFI.irTION Ol'VrV, 1> ( I1ANCK11V December 1936 betwc.. u?, ''I 4., Z\\
how, often it should be oiled, and with good wholesome food. $300.000 a FOIl T'X nKBISenate ': > CITY OF STARKE. A Municipal of 11 o'clock In the fur. ., ,,nj

the best kind of oil to use. When Mrs. Jones does this, It Is year. ( Bill No. Ills) Corporation, o'clock In the aft..r-II",,", I 1I J
-,- CHAIR CLAIMS EIGHT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That PlaintiffnODERT East. front door of the "",,1'' I, ,I"
a big thing-not exciting or any
A good grade of oil Is Important. DEATHS SHOW DECLINE Ruth Lawrence holder of VS of Tax v. Alttchun County Florid ,ij
GalnesvlllH ;
Sooner or later a poor grade of ol) thing like that-but something big JACKSONVILLE The State TALLAHASSEE electric Certificate 612. issued the 2nd MCWA1N and BERTHA town. of sell < 'ni, I
: eat and
substantial, something that has a, day of IoA. D. 1934. has nd MCWAI.V his wife joined by ROBERT best bidder f.i ,.4 i ,11\1,
lives of onefourthof
becomes dry and sticky and gums Board of Health Vital Statistics chair took the same In my office and has made MCWAIN. her husband and following described pi'u|" .
up the machine. bearing on the present and the Bureau decline the convicts who have died inFlorida's application for a tax deed to ba next friend; and EMILY L. AMES, uate In Alachua. BradConl ,i ..J| I lii
future. Her efforts probably do reported a during iHHUed thereon Said certificate embrace surviving widow and sole heir to Counties !Florida to-wi, !
Any electric motor must be kept attract attention but the first nine months of 1936 in I prison system since Jan. the following deKcrlbed property the Estate of n. I. AMES Deceased; The following describ.. I ,,> d. J

dry and clean. Covering the motor not great Insofar as ,social the number of Florida deaths from 1. Eight men have been electrocuted In the County; of Bradford. I, and DORA MEINKBRODT, Alnchua t'a of SH''tr.lf; a> t?, .i; ,J S
they mean more tate of Florida to-wit: Defendant
and putting It away carefully when typhoid fever diphtheria, tuberculosis : this year at the Raiford peni ner, of Kvctloii 34; In 'i ".i l.p, ?'
welfare is concerned than South Three-fourths of South onitiou OF J"'nl,1"'ATIO
many S. Range 21 "1. and also. J
not in use helps to keep It so. This the
malaria tentiary. Including these. one-half of /Southeast Quarter THE STAT OF FI.DH1DA
other things that do. I cancer pellagraand : NW4 of SW',., of Seen"'n sti
applies to the sewing machine, too. diseases Incident to child death total of state convicts is /Section 11, Township 8 South TO ROBERT MCWAIN. BERTHA of \BI,,, si., of NW4. bu MV |
Florida has many Mrs. Joneses Itanire 22 East, containing 60Acres MCWAIN. EMILY L. AMES aurvlv- WL.
of SKV4, of SeT'tl 1 ,
When the electric fan Is put awayIt who through love for their husbands birth. thirty-three so far this year. The more or !..**. lug widow and sola heir to the Estate M\v-i4 of N1314. of :; ,''';E'

should be oiled and covered to -. 1935 total was thirty-two, accord. The assessment of the paid property D, I. Ames Deceased and NVj of SWii: of hfci,, "I i iNBH ""t. ,J
protect It from dust. and their children, are con- to records of the state under the Bald certificate IRiiril *- DORA 1IEINEBRODT all of whomare of NEU, N>4 of NW 0' .il
tinually striving to improve their NO MOUE BOOKSTALLAHASSEE ing prison WAS In the name of L. O. Wet- resident of a State or Country tlon 10; 111";". of i'iW"'l E r 'H.I
The sewing machine needs a bureau. mer. unknown to the!! Plaintiff herein of 8W%, SKV: : !. "
light grade of oil. The manufact- homes so that their loved ones will -W. S. Caw- 1'nlet.n said certificate shall be Take Notice that the Plaintiff hAS 11 ; NE'4 of SW>4. of q. ,II "1

urer's directions will Indicate I be happier and healthier. Theydont thon Superintendent of Public Instruction redeemed accordingto law the filed its Bill of Complaint againstyou 14W 2-3 of NE'4 of SW.4, I Ihll''
each. of l In the above-
AN OLD YULETIDE RACKET you ; of
SE',4! I
the but the property described therein will beHold ltf."dd '
"
where to apply It. After oiling produce crops said no further requisitions to the highest bidder at the seeking the foreclosure 16! aJlileatS: NE%. S'i, I "Wfll'N" n
wouldn't be produced were it of a Paving. Lien over the following NIi:'. "Iv
wipe off the whole machine thoroughly crops from counties for school court-houae door on the first Mon %. Of NWJ4 I Eih I
not for them and their unceasing (The McDowell N. C.. News) day In the month of December 1938 property In the City of S'Xj of NW\4 of /SEW, N E',. 'u HE
before books are being approved because Starke, Bradford County Florida
the
and H'
,
threading which iff the 7th., day of December, J of SK%, of Section 214W4 l 4
needle run the machine rapidly efforts. the state has run up a $399,000 bill Christmas card racketeers are at 1916. to-wit: NW'4 SWV" of SWC.: NK'4 ,>f Ml
home-the The' is to mailboxes Lots Five ((5). Six (6) And Seven of "\VI,., SU, of NE''. of 8WV.,
the it
undisputed
From again. Duted this 3rd. of : 1LL
for game day November
the He
wants
to knowIf
several times and wipe around the purpose. 1936. I (7) of Block Sixteen (16) In Livingston of SWi, SH, of NW'. of '<",',
needle bar each time very care- domain of the woman and the funds are available to pay the > of cards'which have not been A. J THOMAS Truby Addition to the Townof Section 22; Lots 1, 2, and 3, In lilof

motheremanate the strength, i ordered with the request that the Clerk of Circuit Court of Starke, 9. In original Waldo of Section :p
Just small of oil I bill before and and
fully. one drop any more requisitionsare It Is ordered that you eachof NWILof NE%. NE of N\\I'I. I'l'(
left on the machine can make a the Initiative, and the will to advance approved he said. recipient either return the cards or lt-e-5t-12-4 Bradford County Florida. I you are hereby required to appear ,,t fwS1I.Wu of NW'4 Shi\, SWI4 .
I that characterize a to the said Bill of ComplaintIn L ,.V u r L ,,0' ., <
r bad spot on a new dress. An excellent great remit the price. said cause on Monday, December orsW"sv'e,;'!;

precaution is to stitch first _many_.__" .ITInrlrlA______ farms______ _and__ rural_ _u. _sec ntlona. CAN'T STAND EXPENSE It.is a plain, unadulterated hold- NOTICE OF $SALE PFC'JL MASTKR'S 7th. 1936, otherwise the allegation I 26! SEW of SE'i of NEiV"* 4
of said Bill of Complaint will betaken NEI4: of SIV NS'i>
NWfc, of
%
S'
on a piece of blotting paper or absorbent KISSIMMEE-Fencing to keep up. Chambers of Commerce responsible Notice Is hereby!! given that under all confessed by you. It la further MW..., NWW of HEJ4. of Section? ,.4

cloth before trying a new The rural women of Florida are cows off Florida highways baa the business bouses and trade and In accordance with the final decree ordered that this notice be published E'4! of NWi, NEW of SEV4, at 8.
eager to learn and to apply new of foreclosure and ale renderedby once a week for 4 consecutive tlon 28; SB1-! of NE'4.:! of Section ,
ly oiled machine on anything valu- endorsement of the Cattlemen's associations agree that the scheme the Court In that certain cause week In Bradford County Telegraph NWW of NW'i, NEW of SEW. >f S*

and Improved methods in their I Association here provided the Is thoroughly reprehensible and pending In the Circuit Court of a newspaper published In tlon S3; NH of NW',.. NWW ,>t SW
able.Sewing task to make their homes happy. Bradford County Florida, In Chan Bradford County Florida. 840 of 4W4, of Section 34: !t-i Ton.
machine oil will not do ,I, State will pay :for the Job. It was unite In urging people not to fall "e.flc wherein The Federal Land Witness my hand and official seal ship 8 S. Range 21 E. And also
for electric motors as It will not This is the great mission of the reported an unusual number of cat for It.The. of Columbia, la plaintiff and of this Court at Starke, Bradford W% of EH, of Section 12
stand under home demonstration agent: To demonstrate Fred J. eteh\\ al. are defendant County, Florida this 4th day of Township. 8 S, Range 20 E And tl,
up steady heat. I tle are being killed by motor vehicles. Cleveland (Ohio) Better cane 637, underpinned SpecialMaster November 193, WH of NW%. or Lots 4 & 1 Nor
the trainingshe
Byuslng cooking or salad oilfor through Cattlemen said It wouldbe Business Bureau has gone so far as by salt decree appointed will A. J. THOMAS of Grant Line, and SH of SB 4 iou
has received, the easier, the sell to the hlvheit bidder for canhat Clerk Circuit Court, of Grant Line of' Section 8
lubricating Small cooking impossible for them to bear the to Issue a statement of the legal the South front door of the coun- Bradford County Florida. south of Grant Line except IIW"; ,a
equipment like egg beaters or meat better and the more approved way cost of of who receive ty courthouse In Htarke, BradfordCounty (OFFICIAL SEAL) HW%, of Section 4: all muthOrant ;
fencing rights persons un-
choppers the chance of flavoringthe of doing things of this type As Florida, during the legal T. FRANK LANDRUM line except NW'i of SW
,
ordered merchandise. These rights hour of ale on Monday December7th Attorney for Plaintiff. of of
stresses HW'4 NEW SW", NEi4
the county agent crop pro-
food with machine Is avoided. -
oil 1936. the following describedpremises 11-6-51-12-4
HUGE BUILDING PROGRAM are: SW% of SW%. BWW of SEK.
duction, the home agent stressesthe situate In Bradford County Section 51 NE%. NH of SEW. til Se
home, the fountain-head of TALLAHASSEE-Fifty Florida 1. The goods need not be ac Florida to-wit: MASTER'S SALE lion 9: In Township 9 S. hangs
counties and six NW'of NW%. and SWt4 of NW%, Notice Is hereby given that under E. And also
p strength and advancement on the state agencies pro. cepted. and NW% of SW4. all In Section i. and by virtue of a Final Decree of NW .. N>,iI- of SW'4. NW\. of SE

farm. pone a planned building and community 2. The goods need not be Township 6 South Range 22 East Foreclosure made and rendered by 5k4' of "SEW" .of Section 6; NEI4:
improvement cost- re and commencing at northeast corner the Honorable A. Z. Adklna, Judgeof N1 %, SWVi of NE%. WW of SEI4
program >
social conditions In Floridaare .
Rural of 8W of
turned. HW"4 of 4 sale Section NW
the Circuit Court, 8th Judicial NJo%. W34 of Wi1, of N'tf'Alof'f
Improving along with Improve- Ing $226,863,133 In the next six Township, and Range and runWest Circuit of Florida for Bradford SEW 8W% of SEW. of Sectl'
leot
3. The goods need not be paid 210 feet South 132O( East In dated October 7 : of ,"
County Chancery NWW
If ; Vf\
ment in and agri- years they can get the money.
210 thence
crop production for. feet North 1320 feet to 23rd 1936 In that certain cause SEW of NW%, SEW of Plwtl. ot Sf
cultural practice. The ability of They sent their proposals to the point of beginning. being the East therein pending between. P. B. lion 8: 5W NEW. SW-4 of NWWH 1
of 210 feet of said 8W'4 of HW'4 of Crew, complainant .and T. T. Shas- of t.f8. of SE\4, ,,f S*
have
the home agent coupled with the state planning board for a state- Recipients, course no Section 5. Township 6 South Range NEt
teen et al. defendants, the Undersigned lion 17; of NE>4, less 2 aor
willing and earnest cooperation of wide plan submitted to the national right to use such unsought com 22: East containing. In the aggregate who was therein appointedas In SE cornel, SH of NWW of NE

modities. But 126 acrex. Together with all Special Master in Chancery to Slu of NE(%. NH of SE'4, ""f Sf
farm women makes this social advancement resources committee at they can legally put and singular the tenement, hereditaments -
execute the said Final Decree will lion 18; EH" of Lot 1. of Section :
SISTRUNK possible and enables Washington. The national committee them aside without even notifyingthe and appurtenance thereUnto on Monday December. 7th, 1936 In Township 8 S. Rang 23 E A:

rural Florida to move forward requested the inventory of sender that they do not want pertaining.belonging. or In any way ap during the legal hour. of ale, before alsoCommence
the South door of the CourtHouse !! 36 feet north2 a
FEED & SEED CO. steadily and surely. needed projects. them. K K. FERRYMAN. In Starke, Fla. sell to the .gree west and 80 feet south Sf aKrees
.. As Special Master In Chancery. highest and best bidder for cash west of center line of S A
One
STARKE effective is to inform
FLORIDA plan KNK111T & KNIOHT the following described property or HAllway track same corner b.U
The smallest fog particles have NO RESTRICTIONS the sender that the goods are not Attorneys for Plaintiff. lands, lying and being In Bradford the NE corner of Caesar Kadiml,

_BD_ D been measured by the Massachusetts MIAMI BEACH-On the theory wanted and ask him to send 11-20-31-12-4 County. Florida: to-wit: Land as recorded In Deed hook -
a per. of Sea. 15. .onto
SW'4 of lying page 438 of the public re
Institute of Technology. It that winter visitors come here for sonal agent to get them. When the East o'i S. A. L Ry; All fractionu: In Alachun County Florida. run then

was found that 25,000 of them the sun and It wouldn be rightto agent arrives a bill for storage is Block/ North Range 1 West I In Simon :South, 118 degrees West West 1030; F 20"'
Temple's Sub-Dlv. at Tem thence North 22 degree
could be placed on the head of a deprive them of It, Police ChiefH. submitted with the goods. This Is ,ot CONDITION ple' Mill as recorded Rook C, page feet: thence North 68 degrees. Ea

pin. V. Yocum has announced there 424 records of Bradford County lOGO feet thence Mouth 22 degret
guaranteed aa a sure-fire way of FEED DOG CHOW .Florida that lie In SW'4: of S'VI/4 East 207.6 feet to beginning ">
would be no restrictions on bath- getting one's name scratched off of Sec.' 15. and 8EJ4 of sfiVt of Sec. lands being perpendicular and para

checks Ing suits here this winter. Last 16, said fractions containing 1 acres 1.1 to said railroad track, all In Set
the sucker
Malaria list PuJcotrj nrnre or less; 245 ft. wide N A S and lion 7; .also NH of Block 6, Town' ,(
6 6 6 year men were not permitted out- --+ j 880 ft. E & W. being a fraction on Orange Heights; Commence e
I. 8 oInlll' side the bathing zone without < North side of NV4 of Block S North. chAin. 84 links west of half n"
topsto It Is estimated that, at one timeor Range 1 West being all of aforesaid post of South boundary: lint ""f SOC
COLDSLlqrlD their suits but this year they another, one million American N1of block and range, being tlon 7. Township 9 S. Rannti 22 1
In North of lands deeded to W. N. Arredondo Grant run thencx :Nor: I
TABLETS tlret day may go anywhere Just what they motorists ran out of gas last year; Moacham of Slnmn J. Temple's Sub- I 22.5 degrees West 5 chains 90! llnl

WE BUY SALVE VOSb) II..".".... 3O wear in the beach. The women that approximately 8,500,000 tires 1)1 v. at Temple' Mill; also, all Block to Initial point, thence Eat i
UflOpiMi.sta always have. 3 North. Range 1 West: and all EU chains to a stake!!, thence north ip
Try ""R.b-M7-Ti..s"-Wonld'. '. Beat went flat; and that some 040,000 of Block S North Range 2 West; degrees. West 6.40 chains to a Jink
4 HOGS-CATTLE AND Liniment. -- drivers allowed their cars to freeze all of NE4 of Block 2 North Range thence west 816 chains to a ->tas )
Two hundred varieties of British 2 West lying North of Meacham's thence south 22.5 degrees Easi! '
COW HIDES during the cold weather. SISTRUNK land: all In SE',. of SE<4 of Seo.: 16 chains to beginning of Sertlrn
Jubilee stamps were issued In 1933. Begin at a point In the center of Lots 3 and 4 MlllsT'H HubdlvlMortHnrtlon I

WE WHOLESALE MEATS ARMOURS BIG CROP A total of 1,000,000,000 of these It has been found that S. A. L. Ry trark where North line 6; SH of NW'4 of I'8' .
feedingcows FEED & SEED CO. of Seo. 21 crosse said track thence I of NE-4, /SH of /PEH of SW"-4 lOSS I
FERTILIZERS St FERTILIZER was Issued throughout the empire. on irradiated yeast or other Southerly along center of said acres, NE'4 of SEIfi.of 8W
Ask For Our Smoked SausageAt MATERIALSBig good sources of vitamin D Increases STAKKE. FLORIDA track 250 ft: thence East 15 degrees SIt%. of Section 8: SEVt of 8W4 $5
The Market and Grocers. South 600 ft; thence North 15 of SEW also starting at SB ,'ornorI
Discount to
Cash
the vitamin D content of degrees. East. I ,
the to North line of Seo.S3 Section 15, Township Rnnir '
You Will Be Fletued With It. DRINK0uL :a't;
Commission Merchants and ; thence West to point of I rounds V
cows' milk from 13: to 30 times. TIRED beginning !! K. run North along
HUSBAND ,
Farmers Association containing 5 acres more or I line of the Section 10 chain t< *-
ODOM&LAWSONOpposite I less; Begin at A point In center of corner of the Lot thence WSPt pi
J. L. IIARRELL.gent TAKES ON HEW LIFE H. A. L. By track 250 ft. South from slId with South boundary nf Sri]
S. A. L. Ry. Depot. Lawtey, Fla. Simlin Charlie Says where North line of /$ee. 21 crosses. I tion 1 chain 68'4 links to /SW 'I
Worn out. weary, achy. slutrclshT' See said railway track, thence East 15 I! ner of the lot, thence North P". ;
,. low quickly and ...U, Red Cross Laxative degrees South at right angles with I 1.1 with East boundary of 'hi' 1'. 1tlon.
Tsblets drive out Impurities, help you net said road 660 ft: thence Southerlyand 19 chains to NW corner then'S
'Oal
AT energy from your food bsnlih aches parallel with said railway 249 East parallel with south boUndalt
end petty Ills. Insist on prov.n tool It.tt ft. to a post thence link' '
FUNERAL DIRECTORMy ross Laxative Tablets The ; Westerly atrlll'ht of Section l' chain and B8"j ;
LUNCH: RECESS 'r0.s mark on the package ,. famous lied angles with said railway 140 NE- corner: thence South al".I 'IEast
Only mo. your nusrsnee. ft to a post: then Southerly and boundary of said Secttrchain.

Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Fender 3ro.e Remedies. Dept.Free 6.Sample.Jacksonville.Write)i&Red., parallel with said road 330 ft to the hack. to SB corner ..: |!,
AFTER SCHOOL Makers of R.d Cross center of Center St: then Westerly Lot, In Section 15; SWi "r' I*:'
EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS: SERVICE Jhlll and Fever Tonic Uv-O-Med.and Red Cross Red Crone along center of said Street to a NH of SW'4. less 2 acre.- ..,
MODERATE PRICES or sunburn and alb1.'.'. fool Rub point or Iron post In center of said Amanda, C. King SE'. of - STARKE COCA-COLA railway: track 620 feet: then Northerly Section' 18; SH of /Siy of "E''u.,
DeWITT C. JONES along center of railway track /Section 17 EH of XE1' q,
Starke Florida 679 ft. to plac. of beginning; all in 32: In Township 9 H. Rang -
BOTTLING CO.
'I ,NEV of NEH of Sec. 21 and NW 4 And also
[of NW'4 of Seo. 22. All the follow The following described l'" <>
T -i ing description In NW'i nf NWW of Bradford (County Florida '
I ... |Sec. 22, except 10 and 82-100 acre EH of SEH of SW4. K't' Aiof
: : .' ,a* shown by deed from A. O. Dval SB'4. of Section *: HW>4' l
'
: : wri i. :. i (' and wife to Q. a Burroughs, dated of SWii, of Section 11; in Tow"11
.. ::1i I" :. : Feb. 1, J 919. and recorded In Book 8 South Range 22 E. And also l
.-.: ... '______sr _,_,_.,.__.._-' ... I '..' f 26 r.feu 104. public records of Brad The following described landiClay
: 15 i! *: : Florida, to-wlt: : Begin County Florida:
-- -' .sti ;: I,.,.;...... .. h: at SB] corner of land deeded to N. D. NW14 of 'i SW'4: : of Section' 1
1!' t; ,>I .. Haa-aman by Wm. Lake April 24. Township 8 !''t. Range 23 EAt;,* .1..1Swv4
r 1886. recorded In Book H, p 828 said of SV'4. less 9 *cr. -
-
-- corner being600 ft. from F. R. southern part of Section 5' No"E'4 \ .
0 gtM1NOLEJACKSONVILLE N (' 'n"w.a1.) railroad track of SW'4, N of 8E' ,)1 l a ;:

'wni hinl who a11s and Seo 44S ft from South line between 15 acres In the North and ES.0 r::.
15 and
22 and runningEast 15 ? and '
0
in love with himself Sryrr.** South from said SE corner 25 acres NWt o"rf J':4'4'n SE'4,.o'S'; :. :11''.
ti 724 ft. to West line nf H F. Phll- .61: In Township 9 8. RangAnd < -"
lips ''JI1.1'' then North J5 degrees. also
.1.,
't ____________ : ain't gonnaaffection. East ft. to post: then Bast 15 46( Turpentine. Lease up..n' '
degree.!! South 827 ft to 'eirrioenparticularly
post: then lands therein severally '
;
I CHASSELESS-BOOT nd WrnOHT-analy distributed have 'alienated South 15 degree West 247 ft to a described In laid i-"
barn. .. .... mad ol ....! law ..at.. e4 giavttv with 110 CHAM.IC CHINK Me..5., poet i.: then East: 1* degree South
.ad m aew Itunlnum alloy ofteel all .....a... .....11a Door 315 ft. to West line of land.. deeded Decree and also described p. ;
cae 01& YOUR bdMaul ...Ioot ea4 The following ,
.......Ia. enabling .... speed at all e.wesei.a.ae to Jas Thomas; then Northerly and <'If''
.1 I MOTOR AMIDSHIPS.. It. _.. Ixlo Hands --. to e suner el feet .._..... at Ail swdera. said line; SOU ft. to Boo line on properties located at In conn
4 I I I ald.. .........1... to diilereaaal WINDOWS-4n B.'ldual winI >*-,_ef.' .....U.I...1.).located. .la ike. sea* tween Sec. 15 &: 22; then Westerly be being. used upon and place band
I F with rfrlT. Butt only II lacks. slew at each seat which slid. el ......._* JecsHMnlla.. Every .... .M* on said line to NE corner of land with the turpentine L. Har" "
I loaa. .eliaiiBatiao ...... ..cI instead ot retie lain' ._It. HELP BLADDER tsb sad. skewer. left' water. .,... keet, deeded from T..cLamb to Wm Orange location Heights of and J. Wal
"4., 4;.' ______ i Tibr AIR
i I -' \ J, .C .tea los hooting and T a.w.Oiilatloo. oreater Ihva any meter vs.I 1I1'IItI.TII \Hivi-KKn 2.v: sMMran asd .kidWdiMl. leadinf ....P.. Containing Wept 12 tn acres place. of beginning. barrel Still' ; SO.OOO.. FlaI4(1', L, ;r'Clip"
auteaatieaUy. chasge Ja1cI. In the wartS.g' Drink .1 lx glasses boiled or distilled All SEI more cit ; 35.0011 CIa, Cu ; ;, .J
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.
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flow, situated lures Tools and '1
burning or help ;
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DIRECTOR -- -

l.1Jt gE: CHURCH__ ADAMS' His horse, which tor sentimental marked by more bitterness and \ S.\"En BY LAW !Supreme Court to commute the

f'lRsf BAPTIST CHURCH fMtSAMUU'O reason he had 1)lm.Peggy! ,tensity of feeling The contrast I TALLAHASSEE Chester White ,sentence oy condemning the man 'I

t. B. Price' Pastor < O'Neale, was a distinct lung shot between the two nominees' was soli i f,nand guilty of murdering Omar ,I to death

Mdaa ',, cool, 10 o'clock a. m. |'- 9tmr' fr Odds of thutv to ("Wh''',- being striking that one could not fail to V Vilson n follow convict who rnrcls '. -.-
ny '
/e
J, 't'holl1 :.t. I 1/7 "CtftJI MtTfO GO yvVM.MAVER.r a .,,Jigyfr4' 1 I freely ctfcrtd l, with few takeis take sides. John QuIncy Adams, | e c)>, show entered hilt cell to Htenlil --

s riling W .rshIP. 11 a. niyo L? Peggy herself mfjred from ]\ i n the one hand was H polished Inte.Uctual < I t watch, will escape the death

p. t: Worship.7:30 6/ ; hV .SL>> RAINHS J : 'ril.ix 1 Inti. t'nchnnttg,01111111- :, from Maasnrhuaetts Anl I>rn.lty because of n peculiar\ quirkn

l. p. m. uood sat in a front box TV .,fate
ling l I with General "'row Jackson, although even his 11 Florida law. Supreme a&>>__

ff Teachers :Meeting;, Wednes- 11 t,... Whit has and Mrs. Jackson, their niece, ..-.nits granted he was a friend I J happened time: !
:'> P IJ1. returned Randolph, his em- | Emily Donelson, pinch-faced, of the common people, was pictured I lath sentence! Under state legalrules

end week Prayer service Weeeday !1 HO fart : oticns held In vice-like control as J neurotic type, Senator John Baton as an Illiterate upstart from 11 I an even decision of the nefrrr4Ylen .
O'Xenle he
Peggy ,
a parried words. and Anne Royull, publisher of anindependent South Carolina. i I tribunal, affirms the previousourt's w11Y rte.Irs

p m.--: I ;,\ J!t i- <' harming' "You know him John." said I newspaper espousing When the of excitementhad I: ruling, 'id.a would mean V' V prlee pMet+, IYe re. ..U.e
pinnacle:
Methoaist Church ." daughter of the Peggy "It's Lieutenant Bow Tlm- the Jackson cause.' White must:\ die. A 1935: law net ,inr d.,.... Ar. ,...
tr ""l on ncr of the gecn cached and the voting .....r... for
M Montgomery Pastor \ berlake. I An adjacent box manned however calls upon the State Par c .roraYf
//IIIv. B i Franklin Inn, a was had taken place. Peggy sat anxiously
school-10 a. m. 1 "What" advice do want from with a of 'iOn Board to commute to a lifesentence
battery catlike
sunditY popular! 18 2 S you jealous, I in her room at the Franklin .
: a m. ".1 kY: me?" asked Randolph with ef A small any death sentence affirmed
JlornlDgVorsl:1lpl1 iLHhlnirton ta- an eyes. group of self-ap Inn. Indecisive bulletins hail been
17o7th League-6:43: p. m.Et'ntng r. > yl / fort by the Supreme Court so
t tern IH In love> pointed society arbiters were carving posted, but final word was expected -
Worship, 7:30: p. m. r.> k divided. The effect was for the
V "Do think up Peggy and the Jacksons Immersed in
: with John I tanr you I'd better very soon. a reverie
marry f
all these servPrenbytertan -
you in- .invited, to tek ''' ". : dolph, Senator him?" questioned Peggy. "Pleaslr venomous low whispers Mrs. of mixed emotions, Peggy was her. "He'll be killed!"

: L ,Ja ''iI!I' 4 from Virginia'I' tell me truly what you think, be- Bomfret Beall, a fat. forbidding i startled when a servant brought (Next week: The battle of theme
< .
, Church \" ",'"'l; t ..., She feels that cause I won't If--" I I woman of fifty, leaned forward to word that Mrs. Bomfret Beall was Mho ore trying to slave the life of
i
Mlnlatcr ho hill speak to Louisa Abbot a relatively waiting below She was the lastperson
George H. Uowry, reciprocate Randolph ears ringing as If .'Il.ln'.M.kk..n. has far'rau'hingeonnt'quenewr

ReV 10.00 a "I.-Sabbath School her affection, but when she l I.. un- with the sound of mocking laughter I young but hcpeless-looking spln- from whom she would have iiiul Peggy In. such

00 A M.--.Morning Worshiperwon ; nble to break down his reverie and was not listening any further. I ster. expected a social call I Hfiiiiently fae'tvl with one of the
11 I
by the pastor. force a declaration, she iioccpt. apropoHul His abnormal pride not only made I "My dear, she purred "haven't I "Why, how do you do?" beamed most serious itoclitluiin of her llf M

,00 p -young Peoples Ves- of marriage/ from How. It Impossible now to tell her what always said she's the most dangerous I I Mrs. Beall "You know, I've been -
}
Service. Tlmberliike, young n.t\ul oflicer. I was In his heart, but demanded ,II woman Washington?" saying to myself for a long time: \
per the Worst is Yet Come
I p. -Evening Worship. -- I that he give some sharp retort. "Yes." agreed Louisa "And 'I must drop in and pay my respects And to .

CHAPTER SIX! "My counsel to you" he said deliberately widowhood is such a useful weapon to that charming Mrs. Tlmberlake' -

Bow-wood Baptist Church "Is to accept the proposal ." ." ;

Blip, L. O. Hemingway, Pastor There was one person. Peggy : of the first presentable young "
I Bible "Birds of a feather, added Mrs. "It must have taken courage,
I Services every Sunday. felt, whose advice about Bow gentleman who may wish to honor
Beall, nodding toward Peggy and aid Peggy. "to Jeopardize your reputation
!Study 10:15: a. m. Services at 3:30: ( would be sensible and unbiased. you with the mantle of respectability Rachel Jackson "An Innkeeper's in thla way." r

in afternoon. That was the wife of ."
,dock\: "Old Hickory "
daughter and a backwoods wife.
admired

and confided her decision to Peggy, her face suffused with "It Is I who have always ,
BAPTIST CHURCH "Mrs. Jackson seems to have left Mrs. BeaU "Yes,
BETHEL. rejoined
wed the young officer. crimson anger, turned silently and you ;
A. Donnley. Pastor her pipe at home, tittered Louisa
L "
gev left him. Randolph stared after I might even say defended you.
every first Sunday. "How soon you want to get married I "Look! look!" cried one of the
Services ?" asked Rachel. her, his face a mask, his mind a I There was a wild shout outside,
Sunday School 2:30 p. m. other members of the group, as she

Bible Study and Prayer Service "Right away" said Peggy. I raging cauldron. His earlier decision I saw Peggy handling her field :and Rowdy Dow, hair disheveled
never to see her again, must ,
"Marriage, honey, ain't a
fiery, Saturday night. partydress now be enforced, but underneath )I


St MurU's Episcopal Church to wear," answered it mornln'Rachel., noon an'"You night.got" was given a way terrible to the regret perverse that Impulseof he had ; i ir !a. w ? \.. ,I

.
Morning prayer and Sermon on "I know, said Peggy. "The reason 17 r I
Insulting the only women he r
second and fourth Sundays at we don't want to watt is thai
the; had ever loved. ,. ,
Communion Saints Bow's going on a three
Holy away
a a. m.
I The marriage of Peggy and Bow
at 10 a. m. Litany and choir months cruise to the West Indies'' /
Diys
took place aboard the U. S. S. Con- '
Friday night at 7:30: "Well, If you ain't dead sure," / i4
rEtire: every ] I stitution. When they arrived homeat fy :: n
said Rachel thoughtfully, "I would \\
the Inn late ttt night, after a
n't be hurryln' things. He'll be
celebration aboard! the frigate Bow
back." 4 VI rl
urn.BOB gaily Insisted on the privilege of a, t
"But I do feel exclaimed
sure,
carrying! ( his bride down the cor-
JONESComments Peggy. "He's so alive-.always I
ridor and across the threshold of
laughingalways warm and tender
his room. The Jackson were awak-

On Here I ened by the sounds of laughter and

"Why don't you do this," suggested scuffling In the hall, and the Gen -
And Hereafter I
Rachel with
apparent artlessness -
I eral angrily threw off the covers
'"John Randolph's
a good
and got up."What's .

It is an Interesting fact that th his friend advice of yours.? Why don't you get I all this rampagln' In the I II Y .'

colors In flowers never clash. The dead o' night?" he muttered to JncktoH HettpfJ to tbt M/, +,++J -J
,
.
Peggy start, but
a quickly -
gave
colors which men make often clash. I Rachel. drrinet Uin r r9mtrun .+dd ,I$
controlled herself. shoe that had dropped Iht nart. u\
The reason Is God planted the "John has back Finding a \ ,
Randolph gone i from Peggy's foot outside Bow'aIl'Ooln
I
of
Is -
flowers. Man Incapable producing to: his home in Roanoke," she said --- ,
furiously -
Jackson to pound -
began
perfection. There Is something .
auletlv. I Bow -:--. /-...
that door. When responded "
wrong with human nature. "For a long spell, honey?" asked on the glasses to Senator Eaton. "Tne and coat torn open, burst Into th'a \ta'd. ''-' K t'y""" !
General looked aa
the .
I '
Nothing that man ever built was Rachel."I hussy! Practicing her wiles on that room. .<1""Ivs -- 6.
had Intentions of strangling I .......tOr
perfect He never exactly hits the don't know. I didn't see him him. The of Peggy on charming Mr. Eaton!" 'God bless Andrew Jackson!" h s
appearance
tvll'i! eye when he shoots. His before he left But, anyway, I out cried out "Seventh President r
c J
ly served to arouse him still more, As the horses were brought rS
liwi are not perfect. His enforce- wouldn't want to ask him about (h ... ..... __ '
!
"What are you doln' In there'he by their handlers, prior to the run- the United States of America

nit of law Is not perfect. "The It. asked her, fists clenched. ning of the main event, General Peggy, her heart pounding wit h --- -
to of the Lord Is perfect convert- When left the Gen-
Peggy room Joy rushed to throw her arm
"I have a perfect right to be In Jackson rose
1 Itjthe soul. Man cannot be ab- aral; Jackson emerged from the SI BOREE FUNERAL HOME
about the bringer of such )
my husband's room, answered "Like, to go down and put a little gocnews.
He wish to be bed-chamber, where he had been
utately Just. may
Peggy. bet on your namesake for good Then she turned Just I a Full Iln of Caskets Undertaker Supplies
Is alinyi of
of snatches the
>( but his sense justice catching conversa
"None o' your sailor's tricks!" luck?" he asked Peggy' She smilingly time to catch Mrs. Beall's slyly aj AMBULANCE SERVICE
He tion.
blurred. canal
just a little cried Jackson to Bow, suspiciously. assented. praising look. DAV ANL NIGHT
be merciful. Mercy "By tellin' that little minx to
absolutely
"But, General, We're really married the "I had idea t 53 1* liON E 53
ilobe I perfect must use Judgment. talk to John," h..cried out "you're As Jackson was placing suppose you no c

Urn's effort to be merciful often stompin on gunpowder." said Peggy. ""We've' got the wager Peggy noticed a tall, famil- this," she exclaimed, "when yo I O. II. BENNETT, Mr.

Bikes him Indulgent. All of this Rachel regarded him with a I papers to prove It. iar figure standing beside the rail. gushed in here like a tidal wave, "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"

knowing smile as he paced back' Bow produced a paper from his She gave a start, hesitated a moment "What do you mean said Mri
ts to the Bible Is right
[
prove I locket And Jackson, without bene-
hen it says, "In Adam all die."" and forth In front of her, but said I fit of* his customary spectacles then stepped forward. Beall.
nothing. ( "John!" she called out lightly. "Just this; retorted Pegg;
!Han must have a savior. Someday, strained his: eyes In the candlelight
Christian will reach perfec- "Ain't you watched John Ran. I Senator Randolph turned, caught "The instant you knew, you almos
men to look at It. -
Apparently
everything
Jolph?" he went on- "Ain't It clear i sight of her. and held out his handIn broke your neck getting here s :
Oat earth was
Jesus Christ on was all right for his snorts For Expert RepairingSmith's
tot only God, he was God's perfect is gospel he loves the little hussy j' subsided and he turned to give greeting a curiously noncommittal that you could cackle yourself lot ,
hl'self? Always has!" expression on his face. esteem."
nun When Jesus comes again, I Peggy an affectionate congratulatory my
we Christians will see Him, and we "Why, Andy Jackson!" exclalm- kiss. "It's been a long'Ume since I've Mr!. Beall gasped for breath, he

'will be like Him forever more. Jd Rachel Innocently. "You don't It was only after he had left I seen you," slid Peggy. face livid with helpless rage.
it?" "Yes," returned Randolph In a
mean .
e I I he room that the couple discover I "You pothouse hussy" s h i I GaragePhone
The General stared at his wife cox tralned manner. I've taken a
(3d the paper they had mistaken!) screamed, surging out of the room"You'll
Many of the great Bible scholarsof and for the first time realized that house near the Senate. I find It
order "
him to read was an
given live to regret this!
the world believe we are on the she had been pulling his leg. Bow to report for I more convenient." ;
commanding patrol 120
verge of the second coming of Urging his coachman on, with all I. service aboard the Constitu "Is that the reason?" asked Peg The banquet In honor of Jack .

ChrIst. There Is one thing sure. .he buoyant zest of a schoolboy gy. He did not reply, and she son's victory was held the nex

He Is coming sometime. He was John Randolph covered the last:' tion.After a honeymoon of a few I looked at him with Intense earnest night at Franklin Inn. All thoui. Wrecker Service Day or Night

here, He went away. He Is comingback. ew miles going into Washington. brief days Bow departed for servo ness. "John, what's happened to who were closest to "Old Hickory'had I .

His second coming will be Ie looked a different man: entirely: I I ice In the Carribean. Peggy triedto us ? You've never come to the Inn gathered to voice their happy _. .
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tense expression was that little note neat at his triumph. Across! onE
U literal as His first coming. he strained conceal her loneliness at parting After you sent.me
and In Its place wall was a huge American, flag.
There are many prophecies in the gone from his face, from him, but she took no enjoy -after Bow--- ;

Bible which have been literally fulfilled. was one of eager expectancy. When ment In any of her former actlvl "Time passed l very quickly for bearing twenty-four stars. Peggy\ CROP AND LIVESTOCK LOANS

The prophecies which have he reached the courtyard of the ties and the hours were leaden me," Randolph hastened to say "I sat between Senator John Bator:

to do with the second coming will Franklin Inn he leaped from his John Randolph she never saw, and worked a great deal, and I was and Martin Van Buren.

be literally fulfilled. He did not carriage, astounded Horatlus by [ Rowdy Dow felt that his company busy on my farm." As Jackson! rose at one end ol AT 5 Pet. INTERESTSEE

him a friendly slap on the I! the long dining table, a confused!
noticed
Wl ua when He was coming. He Jiving : was not wanted. Days with Incredible "In case you haven't
: Jack, and hurried Inside, where the j jIrst i Into crescendo of voice came from out-
!told us to watch for Him. He said 'I slowness passed returned Peggy, a playful gleam

bat proceeding His coming, there person he encountered was 'I weeks, then months.At coming into her eyes, "I ve quite side In a moment definite phraseswere

wild be certain signs In the world, Janiel Wabster. last the time arrived when grown up." audible.
"Well. Dan," he said with a scheduled to "Jackson! Murderer! Shot his I
There He the Constitution was "Margaret replied Randolph
!is not single sign,
one
otntioned, as far as the writerbowa :heerful salute" "how's your constitution return home. Cuthbert excitedly his voice changing, "I'm dining the own men at New Orleans! "Who Gainesville Production Credit Ass'n."FARMER .

the ? brought word that the boat had new British Minister and his wife wants Jackson? We don't!
that cannot be seen on
Mzon of the modern world. Ot The famous orator stared after been sighted, and he and Peggy !: next Friday. Won't you please The General shot a quick fiery OWNED"

nurse the conditions that prevail tim In bewildered uncertainty, as :hasej down to the wharf, where I II c ems"." glance toward the window, but for

ie made his way without further 1 they appropriated a neighbor's I "I d love It, John" said Peggy the moment refuted to recognizethe
lOw work
may change. A great of 318 E. Main St. S. Gainesville Fla.
aide pause up the stairs. At the top I I rowboat. Impulsively. Then a sudden recollection raucous demonstration below. ,

renditions revival may come. But are the the the balustrade he met Rachel I j When Peggy clambered on board !! flnshed Into her mind, andner "My friends, he said, to those .
in the world now -- -
Jackson. i vessel and asked ex- I gathered around the table, "I earn
j 'the cruising face fell. "I forgot. I promised
lint Editions that will be In the world I 'Pon my soul, John Randolph! .' j!;I :Itedly for Bow, she was told that Senator Eaton, just a little while estly hope that If there are some OR

preceedlng the return of our she exclaimed in surprise. "Speak.in' j i the would have to report to the to dine with him on Friday. o' you that don't entirely approvethe

Lord. I may die but He will come. ia. the devil -" I Commander's office. This struckI ago Couldn't you- way t' do things, that none o' COUNTY AGENTS Starke

The coming of Jesus Christ Is more "A happy devil," answered Ran- ,I as strange. She didn't even But Randolph's habitually reserved you miy have reason to disapprove! OFFICE

certain than my dying. When he lolph. "One who has finally come know the Commander. expression) had returned, j' the final results. Maybe my man-

canes all Christians who are o his senses" "Where's Bow?" she asked anxl I and, besides! there was no time nor' Is rough, but my heart; Is

I ; !j' not d e. They will bet "John," said Rachel uneasily, ualy, entering. for further discussion. Jackson warmed by the constant denlre! to

-- re'to'" rr.ect.the Lord In the Sensing what he meant. "I" think I The Commander motioned her to I came up and the two men digressed I .mure the happiness o' the people Beware The CoughFrom

r 10 j who died In Christ will ought to be tellln' you- i chair and spoke in a low, me- Into politics. f this county- -"

be raised from tne dead. Living "Later on,' he cut In, with a pat ihanlcal voice. I{I' In a few minutes the race was "01' Hickory Bournut! Ol Plzen-

ants' and dead saints will forevtl an her shoulder. "I've got some-" "On the twenty-second of June; 11. Peggy O'Neale got a bad Oak! He don't dare to show hi- cold '
now. I Ii a common
be to do right Timberlake
"with our Lord. God keep us thing very urgent and ae Bald, "Lieutenant ,tart and was: trailing the field at face!! Hangman! Murderer!" The

faithful until He comes. He hurried down the corridor i nd a number of his fellow officers I the first lap. Then while the crowd crowd was getting noisier.

---.. >ause had come
time he not aware ,
first We are
Indians spared .he his ; -nstratlon! ,, Jackson's entry pulled mj a derisive clamor resounded:
of the early days blind he had been in : the trouble but when ;,
the lives, because how brought on Into fourth, third, accent! puce cross the court."Oentlemen .
of he hai hus-1
chipmunks attitude toward her now rescue party arrived your up | Wo matter how many medicinesyou heal the Irritated tissues as the
th Mir said the General
end neck for the finish: ,
e animals were thought to be re- deceiving himself. She was. dead, from several I It was neck have tried for your cough, cheat, germ-laden phlegm la loosened and!
and was
Ponsihie herbn and een fivorite haJ, It. No, Peggy raising his hand. "Whatever I have bronchial Irritation also know the
for healing but she had less mor-\\ the cold or you can expelled. JDrugglnta
roots elY young. true, six women til knife wounds. O'Ncale, by an unbelievable! spurt :one In the pest, I have done be. get relief now with CreomuUion. effectiveness of Beechwood Creosoto -

-_ __ __J___ a itlflce than any other extraor Peggy did not hear any lunged over the line for a Do.seahe..d :air e I considered It just an' right. Creomulslon not only contains the and they rant Creomulalou
ie knew, coupled with an I I shill continue to do no fur tht soothing elements common to many top for coughs because ;you get a
TURIN:\! SCHEDULE fascinating personality. ('II.\I>TEU st\',;.'l I I remedies; such as. Syrup of White real dose of Creosote In Creomul..
!iinanly
eat o' llvln'
the The trainer brought forward a my d-iys.: I Pine Compound with Tar fluid tx-
opened that It Is palate
she slon emulsified co
Our> Sunday Peggy, when floral wreath, and presented There wa a moment's silence, ', tract of Licorice Root, fluid extract ,
schedule cnanges startled to see him at the NatlonI large able, digestible and potent for acIng -
so day of Wild Cherry and Menthol, but
April 26, and trains will run *s fol. leer, was did not read the obvlouiacesage It vas a gala In the outskirts to to Mrs. Jackson, who declared then a :'rckora! shrill voice came also has fluid extract of Ipecac for to the very scat of the trouble.Creomulflton .

lw,. hat she I I Race Course. early that Peggy should have the hon- from the stml-darknca ,i. Its powerful phlegm loosening is guaranteed eatls-

Southbound : !n hs! eyes. glacyou've : j 1"if Washington, a perfect decojatlna the raced named I "How's your wife fixed for pipe I effect fluid extract of Cascara for factory in the treatment of cough!:
of
>, P. Mi.V .Tohn.," said said, "I m so uUumn afternoon In 1828. Threerational or tobacco hangman Kin she up ireacme" its mild laxative effect and. moat chest colds. and bronchial irritations
? 1- Due Starke 11:31: come. There's uometninfc I j celebrities, Daniel Webster nfter her."Como. I|: Important of all, Boechwood Creosote and especially those stubborn
Q. : -Due Starke 5:12: P. M I must ask ycu." Jackion | along then, darlln'. said I Is perfectly blended with all once that start with. common cold
Andrew
r II I') 107Due Starke 9:12: A. M. cry Important in the \vo.ld.: I Henry Clay and finn micron! taking Peggy's arm. Thit was the type of Intuit that I of these to reach the source o; the and ham on for dreadful days and !
me anything horses In the ther.,a/ter. Even If other
"Ask had entered t int?" hissed Mrs. no mon could Ignore Without a trouble from the inside Crnomul- nights
NortblxunU Then Peggy's serious the Capitol: "Did you hear slon be taken and remedies have failed your druggist
I can frequently ,
Iii meet
.. 2- -Due Starke 4::55. M. ie replied to disturb him, *,. he i ient of the Particular Inter- ': Bea'l. Ie -nirg forward) rc .thlesa-. ,|I word the Prealiient-elect swung continuously by adults end children Is authorized to guarantee CreontJ- l' y

Hy l6- -Due Starke 10:38: A.M.Q. less began i Trotting Stakes. "H c .tiled her 'dariln''And over the bairnny anJ into: the with remarkable result. slon and to refund every cent of jo-tr

108Due Starke 5:15 P. Jot.t studied! her face. went i, Cat was centered on this race by j y before, his wretchedr crowd below, a:< a wild yell greet. Thousands of doctors use Creomulslon money If you are not Mtlarlcil" with" s' '
man, General right results from the very nr s bottle. 4
"It'a about a young of the fact that In their own families as
Stnrk!! and 'annee Branch awkwardly. "A young; reason candlI '' r > nt wife'' put In Louisa Abferer ed his act."Quick" well all In their practice knowing Don't worry through another lftlp-<

;Q 101 -leave. Starke 100: A. M jn Peggy to marry! aclwon. whose presidential i crtrj Peggy, turning/ how CreomuKion aids nature to leas nlaht.-phone or' go trt a boatJe "

x' 102- -Arrives Starke 1:50: P. U. entleman" has askekd me I I >,fy would soon be determined atl j ,- bad en election teen ,in TfaHttc fiat 2li: lo The men beside soothe the. Inflamed membranes>> and of Cxocullcn right: now AUrj; r

' Daily except Sundays Im. gentleman.tbls the polls, was present In person.

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1 > 1 THE ELECTION-WHAT' IT MISSION HALL LOR IUA ......1i..f.IblSli'l & h"wE11lAI4y ,--
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Bradford County Telegraph KAN'S: It was the privilege and pleas ea raa. a ;
to again
ure of the Mission folks
"The Roosevelt victory la of .'; .. '

I""i 1'L ";.1"k'1 1 P:t; !' Established 1877M.EM.BIZR such leave mammoth no room for proportions his opponents as to to have beloved the opportunity missionaries, of, Mr.hearingthe and ... .. ;,.......:.,;,: .'. :-. ,.':: ': ':;::'?F-: '::: ;:: :<" 7" -

Mrs. Olto Silvbrdr In and testimony .
s Sr-'rl be bitter or his critics to cavil. It song .. '. .
Tuesday evening. ; :
"' 1 FLORIDAPRESS la no overwhelming that alibis an- f2O.QDA.5 .. ;
; ASSOCIATION '
fr V alyses and explanations seem fool- The young people are also doing "
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MATONyv : ,. .. "r' '
,t'' \ 1935 ish. The only thing: to do Is their bit In voluntary service several ISADS TH6 or .... ,
:JC'WXJ/Id 'J number being'lined. 77PJSODVCTOH
_. cheerfully accept the result with ., '

r (;Urfa ,r p -- --.-- .. .-- -- wondor that It win pownibla to be The study f i'' t I'ublishvcleekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class so blind before the election to the "Transtorm d"l anti| as usual wasa ,
irresistible nature of the combination profitable le won. *:,
:t Mailer at the Post' Office at Starke, Florida_ of sentiment and forces behind Rev. wills a;'the teacher .
v4- Thornquest a/lRt436 .
-- him. .d 1.r' .
next weelt arid the lesson will ? -1.\
E. L. Matthews -Editor and Owner So wrote Frank Kent, one of the be found in LukeTen..

most forthright of Roosevelt crit- Bibles and their owners Invited.
SUBSCKIPTIOtf RATE ics. This view Is generally held -
the who SAUM ,I.\\D DEATH |
by professional publicists
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance supported Landon. Those who supported (From the Miami Herald) ,

Advertising Rates on Application the President say with justice No table delicacy peculiarly: ty-

it I N'b r' .. -- ---- --.-. --_ -- --------.. -- that they anticipated the result pical of South Florida excels the
t. -- that it was Inevitable dish known as "hearts of palm

1 This week-end Thanksgiving will be over, but the stomachache taough.. most of them were surprised salad." It combines all the tang
I the extent of the of the choicest nuts with. the elu-
by victory.
,i i will linger on. :
Its
sive flavor of, lettuce.
crispy
For the sake of the record, hereIs +
o how the great battle of 1936 I' solid meaty *pubstancei; white as .

::1 Do you believe in ghosts? Well, they're talking about came out: The President carried the sands from-"which it derives -

',L the croM.s-state canal again. forty-six states, for a total 'of 523 181 life(."epicure Is the delight, "' of..the most .WHIt ,.'.".-
electoral votes. Governor' Landon t
'0 Is a rare rfTS beMise ot the
carried two states,-with- eight electoral
$ 1 President Roosevelt!' and Governor Landon both went votes. The popular vote difficulties one must go thro'ofttiIn ,

i ; +; fishing after the election. The poor'fish'catch' it, win or lose. gave the President a majority order to obtain Itf''' But Its presence '

.. about 10.000.000-26.000.000 to' 16/> on menus at pretentious din- "_ ____ '
0 000,000 for his opponent. It was ners indicates tha fthla tidbit is !
,' Dentists are told to use the word "remove" instead of the most decisive electoral college growing flavor: 'And thereby' \ JI: OL bAfN

f i 1 'ifs "extract." What the patient calls it, however, is his own private I victory since the'two-party system hangs au ftaln dsng'er.i+ >

j {ll 4. affair. became well established.So The salad i li\( really 'J"heart of QCAN
palm. Its-presence on the table I
I far so good. But when It
0i1 means that some tree In the everglades BOAT
comes to guessing why Mr. Roosevelt -
,; Headline. I has been felled and the tender
"Moon's Face Will Blush on December 27"- achieved the unprecedented, -i

' ') i1 Well, most anybody's face would blush if he saw everything there is considerable difference of I core, with all its succulance,
a extracted to tickle appetites. One
l""" 'I opinion, especially In the Republican
the moon sees tree gives up only a little, but it Is i
Thus Walter Lippman,
() camp. Its life Many trees must die
who supported Roosevelt In 1932
V' ,' Middle age is that period in a man's life when he reaches but turned to Landon In the last when -the. dish la served In abundance

A for his glasses to read rather than to look at a pretty girl campaign, has written that the .

the street. campaign was more or less normal TilE HOME: NEWSPAPERWe
; ;, across
t -that It simply proved the truthof
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I "-' o once knew, a man who was
: the old adage that an Incumbents ON eXI-I/8/7" r
I too stingy to take the newspaper In
: Mae West's new picture' has a farm background. Itshouldn't unbeatable in a period of Industrial his home town and always sent 02/PA.. ST.4T6 f4US6e1A1GAlN6SVLL

be difficult to the back there if this Improvement. Mr. Lippmanalso
get young men aver: to borrow his neighbor's pa- fL.4..
says that If the solid south ,
sort of thing keeps up. per. I
A'hlch no Republican can hope to .
'
One evening li sent his son over
Id I o carry under any circumstances to borrow! the paper'and while his Phosphate rock is Florida's chief '1830 for Captain Douglass DummiU and

? :fit Instead of automobile shows, some cities are now holding Is eliminated from consideration, non was on his way he ran into a source!! of income from minerals. During Mills Biirnhara by Minorcam IKborers, I il

tlilt''r; liquor shows. Instead of "Exit" we suppose the doors are such Republican candidates as large swarm of bees and In a few 1931-32 over 3,500,000 tons were pro- was used in official capacity between Cap*

i Harding. Coolidge and Hoover, won valued at nearly $12- Canaveral and St. Augustine by Cap|
marked "Pass Out Here. minutes his farce. looked like a sum- duced in the state,
I 2 2'IS just| as handily.On mer squash.. : 000,000 and representing well over 80 per Dummitt 'who was then custom house off

o the other hand, famed William Hearing* th 1'*'agonized cries of his cent of the national output. Geologists ficer at New Smyrna. It is 28 inches dee

4" "Science Traces l\fanland. Horse to Same Evolutionary Allen; White, one of Landon's son, the father ran to his assist estimate the reserve here at almost 300- I. 4 feet, 5 inches wide and 29 feet Ion

t.. Model"-Headline, We'll have more grounds than ever now closest advisors sees the election ance, and in doing so ran into a 000,000 tons. Most of the ribs ara of natural crook liv|

for calling each other jackasses. \tery differently. He believes that barbed wire fence, cutting a handful An interesting relic of early territorial oak. The boat, which was hollowed ou

hwi II 'It was not Just an election which of flesh from his anatomy and days in Florida is the old MINOR- of a single cypress log, was originally provided

the country has just undergone, ruining a $4 pair of pants. CAN BOAT exhibition at the Florid with a center goard and rigged wit|
on
+ Gainesville will have "All Universities De- but Johnstown flood.
i to 1 an Day" on a political The cow took advantage of the
State Museum in Gainesville. Built aboutM. a sail.
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it9V cember 5. Wonder if there will be any delegates there from The dam gave way which. has been hole in the fence, got Into the
slowly filling for forty years fed corn field and killed herself eating A. Smith an Liquidator of BradFord ,South line of said Lot 3, running Starke, except the South 20 ter
the University of Hard Knocks? by'the waters 'of of County Bank Is Plaintiff and thence Rant along* South line of aald Bald described lands.Which .
Bryanlsm, green corn..Hearlng the racket the John W. hewis et al are defendant, Lot and alone said fence a distanceof aald application wlll\
--o Theodore Roosevelt' progesslvism, farmer's wife ran out of the houseupRettina the undersigned special master by 4('"i feet more or lee, to a pointIn baaed upon the petition now an I
44 of La said decree appointed will Hell to the Went line of Walnut Street running In County Jud -e'a Court, Brad
4 A Daytona Beach newspaper gives its readers a diction- Follete's Wisconsin Insurgency a, four-gallon churn full 'tlirhent bidder for cash at the South thence North 107 feet and *
with each We wouldn't want to of Wilsonian liberalism, of of cream Into a basket of kittens front door of the County Court |inches, more ur less, to aald point of County, Florida.
ary subscription.! help our Mnuoe In Htarke Florida, during the November 25. 1938.
the progressive bloc In the Senate and drowned.the whole flock. She beginning corner of said brick
3 legal hours of Male on Monday. December T. FRANK LANDRUMj"
;:I readers to find all the misspelled words. under the Administrations of Har slipped on thecream, ( and fell down- 1, A. r>. 1938 the followingdescribed tore at Intersection of Call and Ouardlan.

. I 0 ding Coolidge and Hoover. The stairs breaking) her leg and a $19 County property Florida situate to-wit:In Bradford :Walnut Streets In said. Town of 12-4-51ul-l

l' Cecil' B. DeMille has announced his' intention of filming waters of the New Deal cover the .set of false -teeth. The baby left 8E% of SE% of Section 23. Township
"II' earth. Republicans did not heed Mouth Range ill u \Fast also
"Samson and Delilah." His greatest difficulty will be finding Mono, .crawled through the cream ai'4\; of sw, and Sw! '/ of SEV', of
" i the warnings into the parlor and ruined a $40 Section 22 Township T Mouth.' \Range WIN WIN WINHall's
; :, a movie actor who's willing to get a haircut. Generally speaking, this view Is carpet. During the excitement, the 20 East
tenements, here.
with the
widely held. In addition, practice daughter eloped with the hired together
t,,1l o ditamentM, and appurtenances. thereto -
1 ally all commentators agree that man and took all the family's sayings I belunffliiK.K. .
l ,t A new automobile horn is being patented that sounds like K, PERRfrHAN. .
d the Republican campagin was inept ; with her.
. I + a harp. How convenient. Reckless drivers can just take their As Special Master In Chancery Grocery
l tnd badly handled, that the party The moral is that every man
; y harps along with hem when their time comes. organization was about as bad as I should be a subscriber to his home Attorneys KNIUIIT\ &for: KNIO PlaintifftI.21.2t.Z4 FIT .

n 't could be, and that Landon and paper.-The Tunkhannock (Pa.) ,
ale advisors failed to make the bestf and New .
Republican Age.
' 1 j i An artist complains that women's eyebrows appear to ) the situation By contrast the aO'r'I'Ft.Notice
all
i "t, change their positions daily. Yes. We've noted that the latera democratic machine under JimFarley Not a single stream Is crossedby It may concern In hereby that given I, to T. Frank whom MARKET
the Central of Georgia, from Liandriim, as Uuurdlair of Wllllum
'r a man stays out, the higher his wife's eyebrows go. was a marvel of efficiency Anthony Andrews, a minor will on ,
Atlanta to Macon distance of
a
and effectiveness. There was no the :asth day of December lII:1d.:i apply ,
o 101 miles. to0:. K. "",'ryman, County Judvefor
'j' waste motion worked
-everything Urad ford County Florida. at his '
"Two Democrats Carried to Polls in Ambulances.- .vl.h the precision of a series of relay Dlacoveryi'ofdiamonds. In Brazil office, In titarke, Florida at 2 AND LUNCHNEAR
I' o'clock. 1' M. or as soon ther.ttera.oan
Headline in switches.
Times. That's
Tampa nothing. The entire Republican
, In 1732: shattered India's mon- b. heard*for authority to sell
Furthermore; It Is difficult t. at private. sale. the entire Interest '
taken from the
in of the
c diamond market.
Party was polls
'i away one. opoly and estate of said minor In atid to SEABOARD STATION-BERRY MARKET
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exaggerate the political Importance the following described property In
+ o of the President's personality possible to reduce government relief Mmrke.: Florida. ft..IM
I't A news !story' tells about a squirrel that; hid 130 A natural born he has considerable The East 441, feet On. (1)(
away speaker, the spending by a and,' Three I3jrf Block Eighteen Each 50c Spent for Groceries or Meat !
golf balls. Too( bad the little fellow couldn't store the real rare faculty of establishing a per- amount. This) saving, plus the increase <((1 of Town of Starke. more particularly

' V 1 1-r ) nuts away-but then golf players are so hard to lift. sonal relationship between himself I' .In tax Income that results the Southwest described corner as of beginning Intersectionof ; at entitles you to a $2.50 Grocery Order
and the voters. As many point from Improved industrial earningsand 'all and Walnut Street at corner i
J' of brick store situated at said.
o ut, no one in the political history higher taxes may do away street Intersection running thence ASK US ABOUT THIS OFFER. i

Football hasn't changed much down through the years i of the last century has had so with Federal deficits.-(Industrial Went along Mouth line .of Call Street,
and along a brlrk wall 401'" reel
In Medieval England players used to kick a skull around instead greats grip .on the emotions of News Review) more or less, to the center tine of a, :
millions of American citizens. party wall now existing betweenthe
'r of a ball-and-they still do about half the time. M4STI4RSNolle' sLM property hereunder conveyedand A FEW SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY !
The to be
Important question ,
i' Is hereby given that In ac- property now occupied by J. M. c I
rt o answered now Is, What direction oordnu with the final decree of Alvares, running thence South along r.e sss .. II
foreclosure and Male rendered by center line of wall and an extension :
.'' The fellow who can't afford a turkey has one consola- will future Roosevelt policies take? lite (.".....It Court of Bradford County thereof In a straight line a distanaee 18c
ROUND i
And here again there Is a wide dlf- Florida In Chancery, In that certain of 107 feet and 8 Inches more or STEAK, Field Fed Lb. _
i tion-it is nice to be able to pass by a turkey and l look it right canes therein pending wherein less, to a fence now standing onAnd
'erence of opinion, even In the ---
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straight in the eye without having a guilty conscience. President's! own camp. Supportedas RIB STEW Lots of Meat Lb. tOe
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he'Is the Worst is Yet Come ;
Ifillui l i o by amazingly varied to

; A new invention turns the front seats of an automobile groups, no one but the Chief Exec- MIXED GROUND MEAT Lb. 15c
utive himself can answer that ,
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'.f },, into a comfortable bed. Lot's of us were under the impressionthat question. Thus, one of the New ./, .' ,,. -

there is too much sleeping in automobiles already Deal groups la of the opinion that 1'.r NECK BONES, 3 Lbs. J I ._ -_ 25c
o -. ,iio President Is likely to take a
.
Dorothy Dix that one chiffon dress will get a girl nservattve course, now that business '. 4 '
says has recovered much .of the 0 FLOUR, 24 Ibs. 70c; 12 Lbs 39c

i farther'than all the slacks and shorts in the world. Which ,. ground lost during depression and '. ,
'
p proves again that Miss Dix knows whereof she speaks.I will refrain from new experiments. .. .". I.. POTATOES, U..S. No. 1, 10 lbs. 25c
This is small
i .; + a group ... ;{.. .
Another feels that the '
'i ;j v 'Helen'' l ri an says that blues' songs -telling' the world President will group swing, sharply to : ... : .. SUGAR, Best Granulated 5 Lbs. 25c
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"Y1 i' of a lost loVe arfc.becoming*'feweeier. aticl'clearerS' What we the left, and go whole hog along _, "i,;.f. '

want i is more'songs telling the'world' bf lost"blue*' singers. the path of'a socialist or collectivist '1' .:..., ..: '< ./' Pure Hog Lard or.Comp und, n;..' "iZfac
rI or fascist program. This too 1& t' "
o "

I That Wisconsin( man who goes to bed and sleeps'all winter small.The largest group and the one I TOMATOES, No. 2 can, Standard 7c

misses a lot of good eating. If he had ever tasted Bradford hlch seems beat informed and'
'
r: County pork sausage and sugar cane syrup he would stay 'caret to the Whit House feel 0_ RICE, Fancy;Patna.Long Gr. 5 Ibs. 25c
that the second Roosevelt Admin.latratlon

r up. o I I the-road will course follow that a the middle-of-President :- ,c! BACON No. 1. Very Best Lb. "l7c

S1, 5 Union County officers destroyed 810 gallons of moonshine -i will attempt the difficult Job ONIONS 5c
ai balance betweeni''tileallsm Fancy Texas 2 Ibs.
I''k found in one man's smoke house recently. Looks as if: hoManathe 3
on the one hand and
i ; a our neighbor in going to be a dry county, for a while anyway reaction on the other. In other DIME BRAND MILK, Can tOe

,, words, they feel that he will try to

aw I maintain a government-regulated MATCHES. 2 pkgs. I5c
Penny Boxes.
capitalism-and at the same time
Dorothy Dix says that courtesy is almost a forgotten at- seep the- left-wingers.. contented

::: tribute among the younger generaMon. Perhaps the young I| JS possible TOILET TISSUE 3 rolls. lOc

folks have discovered that courtesy never got anybody a seat I At this writing tbe President
{ hlra-ef! has given but one IndicaI -
in the subway. SALMON. Fancy Pink Can jgf
r:] I Von! of future policy, that was his _

n statement that the budget will soon .

+" v Walter Winchell says Greta'Garbo snores. Let's see now, b! balanced a step which If FREE DELIVERYWE

ri 1 WincheU hear and f achieved will mtunlly be regarded -
can a woman snore through a keyhole,

4?, what business has he that close to Garbo anyhow? Or what lauded PS crniervatlce by Industry. and He seems will be to 1 MEET ALL CASH PRICES :

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