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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 4, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Shipper Pleads STATE WINS\ \ COINCIDENCE '\ PECAN SALE 50-Plane Convoy \ \. ,


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CHAINTAXFIGHTINCOURT STRANGE BY COUPLE STORY HERE TOLD I TO BE HELD !

' Better Pack Land Here i ,
For Will
If you read thla In a novel you j

, would probably cast th. book I
IF DESIRED
aside as being "far-fetched" or unI I

true to life but here Is an amus-1\ '

Of Strawberries ing story as told by Mr and Mrs I Tuesday at Noon ,,

Money Needed For L A. Ditvla |I McClane Says Must ,

Unknown to each other they
Schools Lee lie Done Soon If
"" I both bought oil heaters for their 1. ____ t

Harrell Says Growers Says beautiful colonial toome on Mad At All BANK 'Said to Be Largest Private : .
1937 TAGS ison Ave. Both beaters arrived at LAND

lose Money by Putting NOW ON SALE SEVERAL STORES HERE the home about the same time and CROP SHORTAGE ONLY TO SELL FARMS Plane Group .

I were of tb* same size, shape and I In U. S.
Up Culls TO PAY AT ONCE IN SEEDLING AREA
TRUCK: OWNERS MUST GIVE even the same br.""' CONCERTED DRIVE BEING
I But wait! That'iun't all. MADE TO CLEAN UP PROP I
' GOOD YIELD .MEASUREMENTS It became evident this week that Another cooperative pecan sale SANTA CLAUS WILt.FLY .
PREDICTS THIS YEAR They were In Jacksonville\ recently ERTIES IN THIS SECTION
de TOWN Bradford County merchants, as I will be held here If growers INTO

, AND BETTER- PRICES The new 1937 automobile tags-- well as others throughout the and while shopping separately sir* It. County Agent T. K. Mc Continuing a drive to dlapone of ". ,j.

state, would have Mrs. Davis bought copy of "Gone Jr. said this week. He said Starke Airport will b* In ,
Law- to dig deeper into Clane, all Its farm properties in Florida The- I
white letters background
Harreilprominent on a green '*
L. the current best
With the
j Wind.
their coffers and it would b to act quickly the field for a convoy of fifty"
comply with necesnary before the first of the year landing
this week made an optimistic went on sale- here Tuesday
returned home
shipptn seller. When
tty the "chain store law" thy if the sal is to b* held since In Tuesday afternoon In
a* the State Federal Land Bank announces airplanes
forecast of the 1937: straw at the office of Tax Collector C. Davis her
Mr. a surprise
Supreme Court upheld five major: gave buyers will not b* Interested In advertisement In this week's what promises to b* the biggest air-
In Bradford Comity.:: A. Knight. Thedeadline for securIng an
ssason it. It
She
berry points of the much-contested act package. opened was coming here later In the season.Mr Telegraph that its agents will b* event In the history of Bradford!
bulng nil figures on averages one of these Important com another of "Gone With the
complied during bis many years in binations of tin and paint is January Comptroller J M. Lee, now engaged Wind." copy McClane said that some here for the next few days for the County.

business.Mr 15. Prices are the same as In a zealous campaign to growers had been led Into expecting pur pone of selling farms in Brad Through the efforts of Henry"
the collect about 3.000000 due But with, these long winter evenings for their and Union CounUrn. and the cooperation
last year past too high a price pecans ford, Baker, Clay Manaasa, local pilot,
Harrell admits that every under the law said the court's decision moat any family could use this year from reports that of the business men th*> '

thing depends on weather condition Mr. Knight states that this year "will help wonderfully." He two heaters and two copies of the crop wa! two-thlrda! short Hesays U is stated that farms will be convoy described as the biggest

in the next few months, but It will be necessary for owners of says the payments are necessary "Gone With the. Wind" I this Is true, based on figures I sold for less than their actual market aggregation of private planca in

It they are normal he predicts that trucks weighing more than 2,000 for of the --- --- States' but terms of one- will
operation schools throughout the United value today on the history of the country,

168 carloads of berries will be ship pounds to give the overall height Local comment was to the effect SANTA CLAUS I that the shortage! la In the greut I fifth cash, balance payable once u I stop here on its way from Atlanta*

ped from this county-thirty per- overall width and overall length that the fight was evidently needling area of the Southwest year for five, ten fifteen or twenty to Miami.

cent more than the average output when applying for a license.He up and several merchants stated LETTERSTHE The yield of the paper-shell pecan yenrs at five per cent Interest. The pilots will arrive her

during the past ten years.As urges all who can possibly do they would comply immediately OLD FELLOW BEGINS TO areas In Mississippi, Alabama, Land Bank agents who will be around noon Tuesday and will b*>

to prices, the Lawtey shipper so to buy their tags early since the with the law. A few have paid HEAR FROM HIS LITTLE Georgia and Florida Is higher than here are: William Cllett, H S. Mc- served luncheon at the Woman'* .

ventured a guess at a $2.50 average revenue is needed for operation of the tax up to date. Others have FRIENDS ast year reports show Len<1on, L. D. Vlnlng J. Tracy Club before returning to the airport .

per crate for the season's schools. received notice from the comptrol I The 1935 production In Florida Moore and John C McNIel. Headquarters for the various events of the il,t

total movement. This increase ler's office that they will be charged Santa Claus expressed himself as was 1,400,000 pounds while the will be in the) Starke Hotel afternoon...

over the $2.08 average for 1933ud : FISHING CONTEST varying degrees of interest for being well-pleased with the first I, ._..nMmAt._-_..__._..rl_ nrraliiotlnn r.-----n-- for.-- m3A-..- In- -A big feature of the day will b*

the $2.12 average for 1936 is all months during which they fail batch of letters received from his 1 1,650.000 pounds. In Georgia the ....--- the arrival of Santa Claus at the

expected as the result of Improved WINNERS ed to pay the lax little Bradford County friends. He 1935 yield was 6,700.000 pounds, Sternbergs Return airport In his own airplane. Children

business conditions over the entire The law provides for payment.of has heard from more little folks in I while the 1936 production Is estimated arrived from all over the county will

Mr and Mrs. N. Sternberg
LANDRUM TAKES 1ST. PRIZE Brooker than other section .
country. a $10 occupational license and agross any at 9,200,000 pounds In Starke at 5:30: o'clock want to see this remarkable sightand

Acreage Is twenty-five to thirty WITH ELEVEN-POUND receipts tax of one-half of there were three letters from there The county agent asks Interested after making a have an opportunity to tell I
Thursday morning
percent larger than last year and BLACK BASS this week-but other towns are growers to get In touch with him to New York and Santa at first hand what they want _. t.

plants are at least twenty-five per The Canova Pharmacy this week one percent on single stores. expected to come In strong In the and give him an idea about how hurried Philadelphia drive to attend the Army- for Christmas. : :,

cent above normal In growing con announced the following winners next few days. many pecans they will have for the Navy game. They attended the' Th convoy will be accompanied '1
ditions for this time of he This week's letters are as follows sale. Its own motion picture camera if I
year in its first annual fishing contest Sells Fifteen Farms game with their son, Ben a West by
laid. T. : man who will' take pictures at th* 1
19
which closed November : --+ Point cadet, and their daughter '
Bradford would have Frank Holllngsworth, local real Starke Fla. These will later be developed 'J'I
growers Frank Landrum first prise of $15 MMS! Lillian Sttrnberg, who la airport. !
nothing to fear from North Carolina for eleven pounds nine ounce fish; estate agent, reports the sale of Dear Santa Claus Another Night Marshal studying dancing In New York. and shown at the local !
lti
competition if they would put H. M. Wasdln Graham second fifteen Bradford County farms durIng I am a little girl 9 years old and The City Council at Its regular They report an enjoyable trip although theatre. I

up a number one grade of berries prize of $10 for eleven pound eight the past few weeks. All sales I am In the forth grade and my meeting last week appointed Melvin Army lost the game by a Several outstanding pilots wilt I1 I

itralght through the seaaou, re- ounce; H. A. Bishop third prize of with the exception of one were name Is Jessie Mae I want a pall McKinney as a permanent fumble in the last few minutes accompany the convoy. Among/ )'

prdless of price, Mr. Harrell said. $5 for ten pounds twelve ounce. of skates and bicycle. and my lit night marshal. This brings the They were accompanied home by them are Miss Ruth Harman of"Kenosha. '. "
He continued made to outside clients he says. tie sisters name 4is. corabele .anc 1 Wl*., Mrs. Dorothy Edgar
: 'The contest will :start again on night force to two men, B J. Snpp Lillian and Miss Miriam Frunkel.
"North Carolina does not sort A complete list of the transaction she said she wanted a Shlrlej! weeks her of Beaumont Texas Miss Loretta I h
January 1, it was stated. There being the other marshal. who will spend two *
'
Iti berries' carefully and "does not were fifty-three entrants this year is not available at thla time. Temple doll and a wagon. She is Leonard of Enid, Okla.. and i': }I

too Its CUDS off as we do. Buyers In the first grade and 7 years old. Richard Monies nephew of tha. '

northern markets prefer our From Jessie Mae Jones and cora. WHAT DO I GET OUT OF President of Cuba. ( f

pack and usually a pint of berries CITY DUMP TAKES PLACE OF I I belle Jones to Santa Claus SOCIAL SECURITY PENSION? One plane In the air Is still of -

will sell for the same price that 'a MODERN DEPARTMENT STORE I I by by love. sufficient Interest to attract aom'j 'f

quart of North Carolina's will / I I attention, but the night .of fifty la I

bring If we put up a number one --- i'i Dear santa claus Although many local employee place parents' names etc., was mass' formation, has never beforerbeen .
H. E. LAGERGREN always use bristles for that and I have received social security pen considered sufficient
By old this unusual
grade we could ship In competition I am a little boy six years seen here and
I put 'em In bv mynelf alone, tea sion forma to fill out, many nre If an aged pensioner owe a debt, to attract :
I to school and I love my event la expected
with North Carolina as long sun go
Yes, this Is the city dump here In the I how the the creditors talce his check
I Men come sUh'1 cher. I am In the second grade I still In doubt as to pro can throngs to the alrport during the
as we could load a car.
what of It? Oh. I don't sup
and the courts?
foot, with a club-axe, a gram works out.The following explanation through
'It is the hardest thing In the offense but I am a very: good boy, so please afternoon
pose you meant any wrench a bottle of lie and a from the Christian Scl- No.
.
world to get growers here to understand this is a place that should not be of gasoline. In the evening they i' bring me a nice big wagon and and a esc Monitor clears up several Can I designate a beneficiary so
suit and candy nuts
the advantages in putting alluded to In a disrespectful man ride away In a autermoblle, made cow-boy points: my widow may get what's coming H. C. RICHARD ,
dont
fruit and forget mama
up a good pack. A few know from Yes of course she smells; Them please If I die?
ner. from parts of wrecked cars for how to me Immediately INJURED
dady and my school teacher Miss If I qualify a pension,
experience that it pays, and pays but then she's not a rose to be folks coming here from Oke- Will Have to Ruler' Claim
poor
Mary I will try to do better next much will it be ?
well. smelled! but a emporium of utility fenokee swamp or Baldwin bay Samuel No, she probably will have to FORMER STARKE MAN HURTS j
beat wishes from
"I remember a few years ago to be exploited. I don't notice the pick up enough stuff here to setup year Beginning Jan. 1, the Govern make a claim like in a private Insurance EYE ON HUNTING

when I was consigning to W. C. smell myself, for I have a assefet- house-keeping. The only utensils Leon Renfroe. ment will keep"a numbered account case. TRIP

Deyo it Brother Inc.. New York tidy bandage around my neck for they've had before, was gourds, i Brooker Fla. of your wages until your sixty-fifth How much will she get?

City, I shipped the greater part of cold-old men like me have to be so anything Is good enough. Some '28 1936 birthday. Then, provided you retire Three and a half per cent of Friends of H. C. Richard former Nov.
the crops grown by Drew Reddish, keerful.Lemm. times a bunch of women find a you will get a monthly check what your wage account shows, less resident of Starke. will be sorry"

James Rosier, Joe Peele, H. A. tell I was born on old perfume bottle with a little of I Dear Santa Clause amounting to half of one per cent whatever lias been paid In pen to learn of an accidental Injury to \
you. ball and a the flist. $3000 on that account "
and few Please bring me a on trip. .
Abraham a recent hunting
David Strong crick in Clay county. the liquid left In It. then there's a sions. his! eye on a
others: all sales these Yallerwater dollcarige and a blctcle and a Shirley 1-12 per cent of the next $42,000, account was; taken t..
On most moved to Etoniah ha'rpulllng for possession to beat Will It make any difference If The following
growers received from five cents Then Scrub.my I had fqlks no chance at eddlca- the band. They also find rags and Temple doll and some oranges and 1-24 per cent of all over $45- I'm out of work several l years before from a recent Issue of th* PalaU

to twenty' cents per quart more for tlon -"This Is my cow; the cow safety pins for their babies. A and sonic tangerrlne I ant a little i 000.Say reaching sixty-five? Dally News; >
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their the girl going on 8 years old pleas that again, please, H. C. Richard, president of the
berries than average moo, moo," was as far as I man wants to start a moonshine No If you have met the requirements
(rower. They took great pride in says got in school. Then I found still. Well, here he finds pipes, bring me a Shirley Temple book I Let's put It this way. When you you get the pension.Suppon I Atlantic National Bank, sustained

putting up a number one grade I ever Now I am a eddicated rubber hose old lard cans and what Joy an Hlnes wll be here at Christmas I reach 63, suppose your account board and room Is part a painful Injury to his right *y* j

and It seemed to me they were this place this dump is my alma have you. to start him in business. pleas bring here a Shirley i. shows you have earned $62,100. of my pay? : Saturday when h* stumbled andH ',
I
<*ch trying to outdo the others. man motor.and Aw, you can't see hit. of Later be comes her* for bottles to I Temple doll too. Take 1-2 per cent of $3,000, or $13 The value of that compensation I fell on s burnt palmetto frond. He.''j'jWB : vI

Their first few shipments did i I course, but here's the p'int: _yu.*. .KI.*-. *!.I.!..,.>.,.... .In... _ITarmera-.-- Come Your loving MaxinePrcott.friend I.r'plua 1-13 per cent of $42.00O or will be added to your wages on I bunting at the time nDunn's : !
cent of $17.100,
$33; plu 1-24 per Creek. '
not outsell the average but when of here for fertiliser for their craps; the account. : ,
tt&buyers in New York discovered I To this place coma all kinds niggers for old boxes curtain poles ; or $7.12. Total totals' to $ 7.12, I drive a laundry wagon, how The eye was examined by, Dr.
l'terature-o-4looks: ,, papers magasines Brooker, Fla. I which Is what a month.
get Jacksonville:
you Shalcr Rlcbardnoa a
these marks were better than others and: broken furniture for firewood; soua can I qualify
calendars. I picks 'em up, Peel 2 1936 I Resnon for Such Figuring who stated that It had
the results of good packing be- playing Injun come here for Pension* Begin In 1912 specialist
'em. boys
(an to show up In returns. In fact, takes my choice and read the buzzards feathers to stick into j Dear Santa Clause Why did they figure out that Jan. 2, 1941, provided your account sustained several lacerations. Th*: "
of
t this good packing on the -part of But moat all have part their bar Hogs get fat here. Rats', I am a \little boy seven years way? shows $2,000 earned and you sight will not b* Imparted the OG'4.

these growers caused me a lot of leaves torn out. all' but the Congressional to feed here, cats to catch i olJ In the Second ..ra.de. I have Because piylng a bigger percentage worked that New Year's Day, and list .said.

worry for my house would wire me Record, which is always come the rats stray dogs to find bones I been a good boy this year on the first $3000 means low at least a day In each of the four The Injury was In the white) of:, I
hadntbeen
to get their marks, and competing whole and clean like bit and and to cba the cats. The hornets i I I want you to bring me a nice I er-pald workers will get more So years before. The pensions don'tatart the eye sway from the Iris and the

houses would wire their local read a-taJl. But I read It to by\lit the biggest, finest nests |I desk. Buck Jones B. B. alr-rlfle will thos wbo have left youth behind however, until Jan. 1, 1X42, only danger Is that an ulcer may //

profit by It. Hit's interesting air I cow.boy suit, chest of tools foot- since tbelr total wages for which form Dr, Richardson said."RAMONA'. :
gents to the same effect. Deyo decide here you ever saw, for they've I or your sixty-fifth birthday, ,
man's speech and to !, tractor with trailer, a lit- will .
wired me that ha had placed up to I read one to kinds of materialsyou oughtersee ball, a I pension purposes cover only ever is later. -- -
he's plumb right; then with two little cars and few I '
a '
"Ixty bushel crates of these ber- that 'em! ,I II i I tie garage years How about. woman who takes ,
I It'a read the speech of his opponent, i some( canJy< fruit and DUts.I Do th* states bav anything to
look the] In at home ? '
at five cents quart if
Well, you
per till you |I I I SHOWN IN COLOR
true
market:: for every crate I could which also sounds so Is which. Yit dump over, I'm qualified to guide ,,I With lots of love. do with It? She If self-employed, so cannot I
know which Your little friend. I No.
don't I'I
cia-rijn: : him for each day's ship I have some asaefettldy along qualify .
:; eddicatlng; hit you ROBERT TAYLOR TO BEAT
Is i
this uncertainty Cbunes Wiggins. Am I, as an employee, compelled
ment. marks rub some on you, so I Suppone s.lle and her daughters
If I did not get these both sides. If I and you can I Iwon't to ? RITZ NEXT
makes you weigh sign up make artificial flowers at home
smell. I can keep
and me the
others did, Deyo gave of this notice FRIDAY"Ramona
had had the advantage nests Brooker, Fla I Yes. If you work In commerce or for a commercial concern?
thunder. The result was a mad kid, I rnought you offen the yallerjackets I ," one of th* most; .
a industry.
when I was the Nov. 28. 1936
dump for They a.e eligible.
scramble for berries grown by though I can't answer beautiful romances of all time will
of the peace What If I don t sign ?
been a Jestice nests What will the
have their Clause average pension "
Santa
have Dear
these farmers. for they the Rita Theatr Sun. .
progressive wasps You Income under be shown at
are an taxpayer 'I
to or a poet by now. Ill guide l and lecture Plea.- bring me a doll, some be ? f
I I i
'If growers will Just stop I everywhere. the law although your employer day and Mondy In the new pr "
magazine find That remains to be seen. A man
well preserved and a byclcle.I '
Another never oranges
candy LoJretta
think will realize that buyers for a quarteryou'll fected technicolor and starring .
they !
deducts the tax: from
Digest but I never No? little ten old.I your wages getting $73 a month for 10 years ,
It again a girl years
Literary like am
In New York do not pay for is the another chance and It. The law, applicable to Young and Don Amech. 1
dunned pays
editor before 63: will be entitled to %20
Palatka eleven 5, 1937. : '
One will be February
cull berries. After fruit Is picked tech It. Well some other time both of that Many will remember the film th* 'I
I you. siys any person $30: month for 10
three years one getting
for read If
death books to
aM shed me to thing about this I like good you wa. made from the same story' ,,
delivered to the packing But there's one i who falls to supply Information required -
then will be to $17.30.; A man
.to his paper, me one, I will thank'you years
It for subscription about I ple:111e: bring and will b '
several anx \
costs growers at least $180 per the paper dump that I'm uneasy shall be subject to a fine getting $100 a month for 20 years years ago
to atop
thirty-six crate for packing, had the impldence moving plcter magazine very much of not more than $10,000 or a loud to see this uev version In nturil a "
pint understand the Liter read In a I|I Ycur lovengly friend I i will be entitled to $32.5O.
crate hauling to Now I that them Hollywood I In Jail or both. I colors.
material cups, no less than four I picked up. '1, Muriel Prev.ottP year Where can I go to find out exactly ,
hipping point, loading refrigeration ary Digest has much for fellers are hard put to find material All Information Confidential about status ? Next Tuesday and Wednesda>
lit- my
One U too S. Please don't forget my i
transportation, and cartage teen editors for building their sham castles Will the wag and employment One the forms for the workers the Rita will show "W Went UjCollegr
II, Ann she wants, a Shirley
froll1 York. and slcb If they tie niece Joy data be kept confidential between *" an hilarious fare fearur'Inl'
to New battleships
Jersey City me.Now value of this dump and lolL to fill out are distributed, your local
Thus when a grower ships cull if the Institution ever find out about this dump.they'll Temple Love j the Government and the Individuals post office 1 I. to serve as an Walter Abel and number otHollywood's
berries was as a eddicatlonal It and move hit to Hollywood concerned? funniest comedians. ,
pint
he loses five cents a so much of buy Muriel. j Information c"nt r. I
think
and this loss comes out of returns only I wouldn't more'n that sure as death But maybe Yes -- -..- Robert Taylor will be seen nx" < 'I'
for his It, maybe. But hit's needn't view it with alarm; I'll be I I Can the G-men us* the file to Thursday and Friday with .:
berries. I of the \
good comfort. Still Licenses
material Haifa of the presidents ( wanted Is? Selling bar. Stanwyck In "Hf. Brother. .
"'I run -hit pervldes maybe, before bit happens. ] find out where a man *
the long eud.
la !
figure that of- from Virginia
cull berries bring five cents a pint See them bristles? They came lake Well, so long. When you come United States came ) This has not been decided. County Judge E, K Perryman Wife." Taylor, right now tb J .f :',

fen some big sow from the some tourlstses with and Ohio ;, Will fingerprint be required on reports that h* has sold 22O bunt I screen's D\OIIt popular young sta.: .
house. bring ..... .
thrown out at the packing herself again .
swamp when she rubbed to ,ulde. Ill make the recon's to c-atablisri Identity? Ing license. so t'v this aea On. H* j of the iMsculIn ranks, has a darfIng 4 .
Good from me &
berries will then bring I doI for States, more than I
two more I against that old stove. What you rates for a party and throw I In the United No, tn* data which you will b* had oM 1U7 up to December 1 U"t I role thllt h* portrays with ath ,,
to three pint special granted annually '
cents a stiffest are
? 1 take the nothing. IbO.OOO divorces dJrlog! (tjdepvwJ*.
for
em for about birth-1 t .
want year
*hen there areno culU packed: ha'r-sprlng in some assefettldy i !.ell to !glv your
one and make hit Into a indoocement -ain't It? r >'
Liberal
I )
watch .:.Ib. that's what.:
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P !" PAGE!: TWO BRADFORD COUNTY.--- -- -TELEGRAPH., -.. --STARKE.. _.--- FLORIDA--- -- -- ,- __ __ _.. .. __. _--_ ____ FRIDAY--,- -DECE3tfFR"- i""I
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f HAMPTON ....!+e.,........!+ BOOTSEY'S BEACH SUNNY BROOK FARMMrs. GUM BRANCH WOODLAWN MRS. DEBBIE TIIOh1Mr. : iBt
I I..i. Elizabeth Harnage, Cor. Mrs. A. J. Varbrough, Cor.
:, Minn Ada Nlmmo, Carrrm n.... Ml,* Effle Crawford Cor. O. E. Crosby Correspondent Miss .. Debbie Thorn,_ _

; 1 ...1 Mrs Paul Klckllter-' and children SEE R. C. Groover, of Miami of this section are November 2s:>> ron ,,2' and Mrs. The people
Mrs A. J. Dryden of Palm Val Mr and Mrs O E. Crosby of malaria l fever ,, a
i f I. and Miss llyrtice Hall visited Mr who has been visiting J A. Har- to report the death of Mr. Lt i h
I ley Is visiting her mother, Mrs. J. children. Mr and Mrs. W. E. Bry- sorry Brooker. She 'Ie
and Mrs Charles Hall and returned HARRIETBENSON Mae Norman nage and family returned to her John Browning, who has been ill Wi.s i r
Roy Quinn. ant and Misses Ida at the time of her I
)luu
to their home in Tampa this and Pauline Tum-, home Wednesday.Mrs. a very long time.
Noegel
Mr. and Mra. A. J. Chlam, Mrs. Dorothy She Is
t ;' ,: week. blin, of Starke attended the cane' W R. Conner and Mrs. P. Rudolph Chlsra has returned W. survived bv u 1
II.
; Jessie Mae Brannen spent Bert Chism, Luther Chlsm and and I of Mr. and home after spending the week with Shaw, and r\, .
I' :' I! :Miss Howard all of St. George, grinding at the home of Mr. D. Reddish were guests Fred A. Shaw I c
Roy
i i .'," "I' the Thanksgiving holidays in Knox- Mrs. J L. Johns at New River on Mrs. J. S. Sapp Monday. his father A. J. Chism, at St. Louts ,1Henry \ \
; Ga., the week-end here with Shaw .
spent Ji ,
FOR ('it) ,
vllle, Tenn where she attended the George Ga. } ,
Thanksgiving.Miss Norman spent I
I' .1 Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford. Miss Helen Shaw, all of Brooke, .
"i": the fourteenth Annual Convention Beulab'Edwards" of StarkeIs week-end with Miss Ester Man- Mrs. Bill Reddish and son, Ken- tl It .i"'\
Shaw, of .
f'1 of the Southern Business Educational Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Crawfordand heth. of Heilbronn Springs were Tallahussr, v
o, : CHRISTMASCARDS visiting hes sister. Mrs. A. S. ning of Vanderbilt section. i
.6 ; Association She reports a J. B. Gaskins made a business visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier vlvlng are her moth.11', .
: I : Crosby, here this week. and daughter -
L Gaskins
Mrs. J. Thomas
11 to Jacksonville last Wednesday Brooker tw, ,
'b trip. trip Friday. : > }i L?
1 delightful
f(, I: Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and Thelma, were visiting In this B. Thomas, Brooker, '"
No. 2 of the Santa Fe Mr. and :Mrs. Ancel Thompsonare .tnrl H
Group
J School Association will Mrs. Clyde Starling and baby of: baby were guests of her parents. section Sunday afternoon. the proud parents of a son, Thomas Jacksonville, tin,"., .I
,I i< : Sunday Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Drlggers, in Denmark of St. Augustine ters, Miss Rhoda tl
;l i'ty s1 50 FOR $1 Lawtey spent Sunday with her I Mrs. Louise Jimmie, born Tuesday November Thoma ,
:: .i'', ,!;!1'':' meet with the Hampton Baptist I lac
{\ :1,,'l/ ,f. I I Church, December 20, at 3 p. m. aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs R. spent last week with her 24, 1936. sonvllle Mrs F W Po, Y r."lil" I !
: r Lev-el I I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. Graham, and Mrs D '
I N. Crawford. parents N
,: Everybody Is invited. WITH NAME I I Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hilliard of Gainesville. 3u".''n
;hi I i I I t The Rev. J. T. Guy will preach Misses Juanita, Geneva and I i and Mrs. Marcus here. Jacksonville were visiting Mr: and
'I i 1' I at the Methodist Church next Sun- leva Hilliard of Woodlawn section''' Conner months, has moved his mill back to Mrs. Carl Hilliard Thanksgiving. Mrs. Thomas was a uTi-n, 1 'r.
I.j 1 and PRINTED Mr. and Mrs. Wade Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crosby and in : worker and a member of .
'i ;I clay morning evening. were visiting Brooker where he will operate Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns and tn. Ptl
I' I Gaskins, Saturday afternoon. ion, William were visiting Mr. and Mr. Mott Itive Baptist Church Sh,. ;
;,; ,': f. the future. We are sorry I' daughter. Alma were visitingMrs. ni I I
I
) ,i : ''I Billiard balls are made from the Offer Expires Monday Robert Crawford and Miss Effle Mrs. Marion Reddish at Lawtey had the misfortune of getting part W. R. Kersey Sunday. greatly missed by her fl1."I\, | tl

1\1'11.1," : t''i tusks of female elephants since Crawford attended a dance at Mr. Sunday. of his mill destroyed by fire recently Mr. and Mrs. Laughton Craw community and the churl, h sh I\ J

'I. ,I this ivory Is superior to that of and Mrs. Clifford Rhoden's near J. M. Mott who has operated a caused by burning slabs and ', ford and family of Jacksonville worked with.Funeral .

::1 I the males I,4.q e+brb42Gaa1tt+F1.4.!. Waldo last Thursday night. saw mill here for the past few high winds. I spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and services wenh" \ui (. )
I ". Mrs. Carl Hilliard and family. Thursday afternoon of last t week
:\ I" -- I'I Robert and A. J. Crawford of New Hope Cemetery with ltJe' ,'1

i' '," ".j, "4r; Bootsey Beach were visiting Char- J. R. Dukes and L. D. Johns "We! 1

Iq, ": It. ney Yarbrough Sunday.SAXTON. ating


,"'. ,,, I\\J I;', '. :''I Is,.. W. A. TJ lr.-- Corre OBdeat .It Notice may.. concern hereby NOTICt that given the t tmri i, ,i' ,?"''U,', '

an admlnlKtralor of the Y ,,,
ii ;".' I; Mrs.V.. R Swanbom and son Herman C'roaby: hall riled h" ,h1n, l
Return
and vouchers, ,,
; .''. i: A Farm" Now Arthur, spent Thanksgiving in Tallahassee the 28th day of U.."."i iii", Ir u, ..,.. .I'
!. apply to the Honorabl" E '
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f} with Miss Dorothy Swan- : h II
I Buy man County Judge enl I p'F, ,, ,)
!d ,Ii'i"i.d bom.Mrs. ... J.J.char.
I L. P. Jarvis and childrenof UtHl:.;i.hell K. Croehl \,?'

}; Pahokee, Mr. and are Mrs.visiting O. I* Brown.her parents --

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II ":\., ,f"L. 4( Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Summer were
j' visiting her mother Mrs. Lizzie I

,;! Tyler !In Starke Saturday

,.+; r: While Prices Are Still Low Real Estate Is Advancing Every Day and day O.In T.Starke.Nelson spent Thanksgiving 1\( "' lsto't I


( You Now Will Be Worth More in Short While .-- o.i i nefrrnl.hl.g
t< the Farm Buy a Very BETHELMrs. ,7 M1 yI o. 1 pe/see.ltlt rl.lna"00'"

i > plenty these
: Ralph Gainey CorrespondentRalph .
.r. Are you

}J. : ; THE FOLLOWING I Gainey, Robert Sutton, I..d"' h.r'nought

,..' 1 Herman Lee Eugene Lee and Dick

1'r'I r't, ., I Lee were visiting in Maxvllle,

1J Sunday.
I I Mrs. W. C. Guynn, of Lake City


r !;t.(' Federal Land Bank Farms Gainey is Mrs.visiting for Ralph her a while.Gainey sister Mrs.and Ralph baby,


\ ) Debris attended the union meet ,
I ?. j ing at Dedan Sunday. '
t\ '
tI Mrs. C. C. Norton is in
; AT ONCE MAY BOUGHT FOR THAN THEIR visiting
I {k WILL BE SOLD AND BE LESS Jacksonville for a few days.

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t ,;''i .' ACTUAL MARKET VALUE TODAY. It I is believed that kissing or-

rra" know iginated whether from the their desire wives of men and to Beware Coughsfrom

daughters had tasted wine.


;I, TERMS OF SALE TRAIN-SCHEDULEOur That common Hang colds OnNo I


schedule cnanges Sunday,
? April 26, and trains will run as follows matter how many mediclnif

'1 \ ; One-fifth Cash Balance Payable Once aLit. : SouthboundNo. you cold get have relief or bronchial tried now for with Irritation your Creomufc cough, you chest

I. ", 1-Due Starke 11:31: P.M. Serious trouble may be brewing
No. 15-Due Starke 5:12: P.M. I, you cannot afford to take a chance!
less than Creomul

I" f +' 1 Year for 5,10,15,20 Years-5 Pet. Interest No. 107-Due NorthboundNo. Starke 9:12: A.M. slon of with the which anything trouble goes to right aid to nature the seat:t**

k J .. 2-Due Starke 4:55.: M soothe and heal the Inflamed membranes -?
No. 16-Due Starke 10:38: A. M. as the germ-laden phlegm
la loosened and expelled. I
I No. 108-Due Starke 6:15: P. M Even If other remedies have*
Starke and Wannee Branch failed, dont be discouraged, your*
No 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A. M druggist la authorized to guarantee
SEE THESE FARMS NOW! No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50: P. :M. Creomulslon and to refund your
money If you are not satisfied! with
Dally except Sundays.T. results from the> very first bottle.
I J, GRIFFIN. Get Creomulslon right now.
l BRADFORD COUNTY dwelling and other buildings. Good land G'.a! miles Northeast of Sanderson on ',i mile from Doctors Inlet on paved road
and a bargain. graded county road. 40 acres open land \t; mile from Jacksonville Power line. 10 SINCLAIR INv
H-C LEADS
+ o11i4" FLORIDA -- -- --- fair buildings and a good location well room dwelling. 00 acres open land. Thisis
140 acres known as General J. Scar- drained. a big bargain.

30 acres known as Mrs. Blanche borough farm 2 miles North of Starkeon .,, --v T ,< ____ -
r Whitten farm 2Vi miles northeast of paved highway 100 acres open land. 00 acres known as Edith B. Gritting UNION COUNTY
Starke, 22 acres open land, good pecan Two sets of fair buildings. This Is an farm 1 Vi miles Southwest of Macclenny
u '. { trees. Land well suited for truck and outstanding bargain. lust off the paved highway 35 acres FLORIDA
h'I general farming. Good dwelling and In pecan trees fair dwelling this at a tNaNtsl
:09 mile West
other buildings. acres /+ of Graham .
necessary bargain. 60 acres known as the Mrs. Leila B. .tMy'Imes
Known as Percy Jones farm, all open } d
land but no buildings, this to at Shallar farm ZVt miles East of ProvI-
''Iu ;} c 270 acres! known as T. J. Gay farm 4 bargain. go a 230 acres known as the E. D. Norton dence on paved highway. Good land
t'' miles north of Brooker on a graded farm 6 miles Northwest of Glenn St. fair buildings. 32 acres open land. A
county road. 100 acres open land suit 65 acres of land some bargain.
I 58 acres known as Lucy F. Harrell Mury. open young
1 ,L.r'. ed for truck and general farm crops. farm 1V4 miles South of Lawtey. 41 timber and fair buildings.VIll be sold
1l 1.10 of fair to timber. A bar-
acres good
1 acres or open land. Good two story at a sacrifice. I 70 acres known as Steve Johnson farm
( ;lei, gala. dwelling and plenty of other buildings 2% miles West of Lake Butler. 45
II } >n property good land. 90 acres known as the J. C. Smith I acres open land 25 fair timber. Fair
>, h 140 acres known as G. T. Bobbltt farm
-- from buildings.;
farm 14 miles North Sanderson on
1 fa miles north of Samson City. Mostly 40 acres known as T. Wainwright graded County road. Good new six room
timber, with some fine young yellow Farm IVi miles West of Lawtey. 22 dwelling finished complete. To be sacri 40.5 acres known as Mrs Ada Kelly
.} + ', ,Ik pine. A good buy for future timber. -icies of good open land some nice young ficed. farm Vi mile East of Raiford. 18 Vi !
J timber, 5 acres of young oudded pecan acres open land some timber. On a S ;3
/ 1 40 acres known as the W. A. Tyler trees, fair buildings and a bargain. CLAY COUNTY graded road fair dwelling and tenant
I i; I farm 3 miles south of Lawtey. Just off --- -- house, this to go at a baigain.
A paved highway with 30 acres open land 60 acres known as the W. B. Bloods- FLORIDA
well suited to truck growing. Two 'worth farm 9 miles Northwest of Starke 276 acres known as the J. B Craw-
,d' dwellings. .0 acres of good open land 30 acres of 170 acres known as the H. P. Peter- ford or Douglas farm 12 miles North-
fair t.mbcr, fair to good buildings. Located son farm 8 miles South from Green Cove west from Lake Butler near the Provi- la
39 acres known as John Prevatt farm en a graded county road H mile Springs at West Toclo. 75: acres open dence settlement. 150 acres of open
d 3 miles southeast of Starke on graded of school and church.BAKER 'land some fair timber. Fine six room land some good timber. This is an exceptionally '
$;r county road. 20 acres of open land fine Iwelllng and good out building. Flowing good stock farm. Has good .
iI' for truck. Fair buildings a bargain. COUNTY ; well. This to move at a big sacrifice. springheads with lasting water consldelable (
--- free"" -Two'tenant
open range.
IL 1 I 40 acres known as C. C. Cowart farm FLORIDA houses and out buildings, some better COMPETITIVE ROAD TESTS
t
i !S5i miles West of Lawtey on a graded 85 acres known as the J. H. Harris thin average farm land. Can be bought
fir'' I ; county road. 30 acres cleared good 83 acres known as O. B. Rewls farm 'arm 7 miles Southwest of Oranga Park at a good figure.

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l;:,f %%)';;\" prices on these farms are low and the terms most attractive. you make a teat

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m:, ; ;"\\i"r." .f LOOK THESE FARMS OVER TODAY!' and find out for.

'1 \ yourself the ers'oISinclair
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EDrrORI.\L STAFF The Trip To TheFrozen Interesting Notes 1 Thanksgiving i i Program Society \-



V EI'I'fOR.INCHIEFRGINIA;! FUGATE Thanksgiving dinner NorthAfter last Everyone holidays enjoyed and the the week-end Thanksgiving Presented Wednee.layNovember By SchoolOn 25,\the Tampa.Km holidays to and Virginia visiting\ Fugate relatives spent in 1\\\II flLEMEAEdHoEsL1 1\ I I



1 ITERARY EDITOR Thursday the small group of Floridtans that we were givtn the following program was presented Guyl- -- ,
Harriet Bi hop, Miriam
fARTILE HEMINGWAY left robed and wrapped up Now that Thanksgiving Is over in the auditorium by the reek" spent L ROLL
) na Pearce and Frances HONOR
EDITOR as all true Floridians should be we have already begun to think High School pupils: Thanksgiving holidays in Thanksgiving Program' __ I
the
SOCIETY when Northward bound. After about Christmas. The pupils and 1. Three Indians Speak. Gainesville. Assembly 1 ,
KILLINGSWORTHEXCHANGE Jacksonville and For OKAIIK ,
\ Given FIRST! -
fLORIED waving goodbye to Florida and teachers are decorating the rooms 2. Pantomtne-Scene from Hiawatha Teresa Jones" spent Sunday in Teacher! I ,J :

EDITOR I Florida friends, they turned their I for Christmas. Many of the rooms I accompanied by Indian l Green Cove Springs. began by Idles L. Coned Ruby),Ltlley Homer O'Neal, 11:. I ", ,"
R.
SomeIn program
MARGIE MCMILLAN faces toward the ice and snow of have red berries displayed. Music. Our chapel Miriam ;
Moseley\ '
,
Prayer Bonnette
Beatrice Child's
I the frozen North. I vases and behind pictures.The Bertha Lillian and all singing the the J. Smith, Myrtle ,

SPECIAL REPORTERLOIS With Mr. Benson at the wheel Juniors are studying spell- 3. Thanksgiving Day spent the holidays visiting! In Jack I and saluting the flag Inrnahv. Lplla Kersey. Marjortebanning "\
Myrtlco
JUDD11IiOR they made "good time" that first ing. It seems all though no one\Taylor.4. "We Thank Thee"-5 girls. sonville.DoHhia Smith spent the Thanksgiving The first number. on song the program by ten\Warren, ,Gertrude Frank Morgan Tomllnson. I.,1 I

-THE SPEAKS day. Going at a moderate pace, ever learns enough spelling.The 5. Recitation "Thanksgiving holidays In Brooker. was a Thanksgiving Roberts'; ; third ---..-
reached Macon in time to Latin I class are learning a pupils from Mrs. .
Examinations they Day"-Lorralne Hartman. Edith Rowe spent the holidays followed by a FIRST AMiss

two more weeks to study have a light supper there. Then. Christmas song in Latin. We hope 6. At Thanksgiving Time -S visiting in Jacksonville. grade. This was Fathers" by Mlddleton, TeacherDon t

Only the mid-term examinations,,, on to Atlanta and weary with that they will sing it to us at some ; 1 jys and girls. Elvalee Reddish spent the holidays reading Woodnrd"The Pilgrim from Mr. Harts Madge Hartlenbrook Bill Underbill '

before of you who are going to take traveling they went to a tourist time between now and Christmas.The 7. A Toast to the First Thanksgiving visiting in Jacksonville. Alberta third number was a Hall, Annie Mae Grlftlm.

note exams will have to start study. camp and settled down for a much- Home Science classes under .-.Jenelle Hutchnlgs.I VenUe Phillips and Mildred room."Mother The Gooses Thanksgiving Bobby Cora Bell Jones, Dorothy Prescott. "

ve! who will not needed rest. Mrs. Carpenter's direction Little Pumpkins. Thanksgiving holidays play
L. Those of you I 8. Ten Brown spent the Mrs. Klnculd first j
Party" by ,
1 I
bII w take examinations will The second morning, before made many attractive Christmas 9. Three Pilgrim Maids. visiting in Jacksonville and The next number wall a THIRD OKADE

tove a good two weeks vacation dawn they rose from their warm I decorations this past week. 10. "The First Thanksgiving Southern Georgia. grade.Thanksgiving song by ten pupilsfrom Miss Madeline Hazen, Teacher .
have have a two of the Have you read any stories about Pearce. the Thanksgiving fifth
of us had rather beds to the brittle coldness Day"Edna Pauline Anders spent Hasen's room. The Jr. Bradley Gelger.
All one week soltt' Christmas yet? If not visit the Skit ."Things we have visiting In Wild- \ Miss Loon Gray
vacation than a morning. The moon was shining 11. A holidays a Thanksgiving song] Roger Mathewa
was Manning
weeks number Marion
get to work and have our brightly, and it made a never-to- reading table in Mrs. Long's room I to be Thankful For In 1936". wooli. fourth grade. This was followed Montgomery, Billy Over-
the
appear on the list of "ex- be-forgotten picture as it shone on and borrow a magazine or book This was a very impressive, pro- Louise Rosier visited in Sander- by Thanksgiving Acrostl Marvin SUuler. Lila. RaaCuldwell. ;.I,
by a Wesley
names "' Remember that this I laI Sleepy and cold containing Christmas stories. The program reminded each Sunday. 1\I1 1 Ileton'. street, Grlf-
emptions. the white snow. \ gram. on by 12 pupils. from Miss; < < Basal Fields, Esther

short school month and we have they climbed wearily into the car WHO'S "*Ito IN 9A pupil to stop on Thanksgiving day \ noon MANNERS. first grade. The next number was fls. Merry Beth Knight, Margaret .1. .i'.
Thanksgiving
work to do and plenty to and warmed themselves by cheering and give thought to the "The Pilgrims Come Monteith'Mary Lee Overstreet,
lots of The nine A room voted for who'swho I three hundred help to make the recitation '
over i
drove celebrated Good manners Ailklnsroom.
Get to work! words and songs. They from Miss Peorce Ida Lee Stlcox
learn .... and they are as follows: and how much more smooth and by four boys Wunda ,
.. -- Calhoun, where they breakfasted years ago road of life more The eighth number was a Alice Yarbrough. !
\LENDAR OF EVENTS and then started again on the 1. The best all-around girl we have to be thankful for today. ant to the way-farer who I'lea"-1 "A Pilgrim Girl" by the two Mary
song
I
them Jean Davis. ------ them. followed i
o'clock saw ORAOK
roads. Eleven This was THIRD
sixth grades.
The best all-around boy -- \t; PICTfHESM '
2. In
the boys because STfOENTS: world hoa oecome so and i{
December 7: In Knoxville where The by some Thanksgiving songs Huddington, Teacher .
Monday. Government. of the danger of freezing Tommy Ritch. M,\IE and so full of people the strugglefor readings. The last number on the Miss Helen Harden- \ .
Student girl-Marion Gloria Cooper
3. Most popular that '
December 8: had to let the water out of the radiator existence so strenuous, were two pitntomtnes by Robert ;
Tuesday, Dowling. and Mrs. Wallace from Jacksonville of courtIIYand program brook Wilma
could into lelsurly custom "The First '
old til
go I
Club. before they the fuuitli grades i Turm'r.'i
Journal the
H S boy-Tommy school Monday Turner, Dotty ,
B
4. Most popular came to our have been pushoil Going
December 9: the Convention hall. All that day of good manners Thanksgiving;" (2) Pilgrims I
Wednesday and made pictures for
the Convention listening Ritch. Nov. 30 I nsldo In this mad scramble -
at AMiss
C P C Club. they spent 5.: Best looking girl-Marion the entire ... The pictures will often mistaken t to Church. THIHD
December 10:: to lectures on business' top- students to purchase greater riches. BO kin Lulu Davis, Hopoiter.THIItn << Wlllla Mae Illnson. Teacher .
Thursday.
for the for
Dowling. back
1:00. ics presented there. That evening be is a successful substitute goodt Parker Ottls Geiger. ,
Club. The ---
boyTommyRitch. week. -- Raymond
Beta 6. Beat looking at the end of the Good manners con
went to a nearby hotel the breeding. II NKWSMis. .
December 11: they each and --
Friday Into prices are: twenty cents off or put on like a cloak. ,
school assembly. "Colonial" and tumbled wearily wittiest gll'lJenelle may get : be taken the 1 Roberts, Touchier VOl:ItTII High I 7. The (or ten cents extra you them constantly is ,
beds. To practice Teacher
the
their warm about Edwards
lutchlnga.; them In a folder or you may get them naturally. We have boon studying Miss ..
to wear
WIIY- The next morning they rose early I I S. L. Al only way and also the Bernard Jordan, Lucille flowers, .
\ Pilgrims
BE \ 8. The wittiest boy- three for fifty cents. cannot all snatch what we life of the
In the hotel and ____ We have leurn- Williams.
breakfasted varez. --. considering no one but our- life of the Indians. We Dorothy

1. We have to read ShakelPeare's went out to see Norris Dam. It 9. The best liked girl-Marion Ol'EHS1IO? want. Life must he peaceful to ed about the first Thanksgiving

plays. was a marvelous sight, and the the class selves. and are glad that we still celebrate\ FOURTH (IRADK'
Dowling. in junior
There la a boy bearable
2. We have history work books. fact that farmers within a radius 10. The best liked boyTommyRitch. has red-gold hair and blue be are presenting two Thanksgiving. We mado! Thanksgiving Miss Hazel Ailkins, TeacherOlecta
who When Roberta -
you Price,
to Gloria
3. Al Kay Carlisle came of 205 miles, could use all the elec- He has a pleasant dtxpositton should always speak / booklets. Green
wanted for one dollar comical girl- eyes. people you story was writtenby Whit field, Edna Mae Mono- '
Starke tricity they 11. The most with that shadeof utmost distinct- The following
all people nBmewith
...
4. Virginia Fugate seems so I made it no less wonderful. On returning Jenelle Hutchlngs. hair as have until his temper is both Huruh Emma Crews.: l ley, Carl C r u nip ler. Gene Noogel, :. ,

bappy to Knoxville they stayed: 12. The most comical boy; -S. aroused. Ucla a good talker and ness.Shaking hands \Is a matter of The Pilgrims came to America Robert Biggs, Mack Futch, Bryan. ii 1
....
until noon at the Convention hall, L. Alvarez. does a good deal of It. His sayingsare \ preference, but It is customary from Holland.\ They came on the Harrell.HKC'ONU. .

BIOGRAPHY OF and then they left for Chattanoogaand 13. The best dressed girl- well-known all over the school! personal for gentlemen, when Introduced Mayflower. The Indians saw the -----HONOR, ROIX.MlBS Sj1i\ :
OLETA SMITHOne : Lookout and Signal Mountain Is coming and were afraid. : ORAIIK
It alady's
Margaret Lowry. Who is he? to shake hands. Mayflower "- !
Teacher,1.
morning In October a of Lookout Mt. dressed boy-Tom built log houses anda Kitty Hogsed \II'
cool
Their impression :14. The best privilege to offer to shake The Pilgrims God 4 ; twin
was born to Mr. and of a huge giant's head The Pilgrim men William Andrew. Jimmie
beautiful baby was that my Rltch. SCHOOL when a gentleman Is presented log church. O'Neal ?i
hands ,
LAWTEY Willie
South Caro- in the middle girl- to church with Shirley Judd
Smoks
Mrs. Smith in with his hair parted 15.: The most studious and he should wait until carried their guns
the baby Oleta trees covered the afraid of the Margie Kersey, Mary Yenta, Gay ,
lina. They named because banks of Juanita Barefoot. NEWS extends hers to him before put- them. They were t

Smith. She was born October 23, mountain except right in the middle 16. The most studious boy- she out his. Indians and wild animals. The Drlskell. I !

1919. Oleta lived In Smoks South where great cables were strung Milo Sponholtz. HONOR ROLL FOR.ELElIENT.RY. ting Ladles have the privilege of bow- Pilgrims and. Indians became GRADE. NEWS- I I

Carolina till she became five years with cable cars going up and downit. 17. The best girl sport-Marion GRADES1st to their men friends, and a gentleman friends.) and the Indians taught the SECOND

c It age. Her father then decided Dowling. Ing always acknowledges her Pilgrims how to raise corn, shoot a Mr. H. C. Rltch, Teacher i .

to move to St. Augustine, Florida. Saturday night they had supperin 18. The best boy sport Tom- Grade: Maude Taylor, Doro- bow by raising his hat. bow and arrow, and make a fire Only three weeks until Christmas .. '

bere the city Is flooded with cool Atlanta and then left for Flor- my Rltch. ,\ thy Thompson. Irl*> Smith, .Allea If a gentleman stops' on the without matches. In November WeekEveryone in our room : j
She started to o'clock on girl':" Loral' God for their successful to get on the Honor Roll, .>i (I
five Estell thanked IH
ocean breezes. ida and home. At 19. The quietest Starling, Caroline Prevatt, street to chat with a lady he remains they trying weeks 11

Khool at Millereek school close to a gray and dreamy Sunday morn- Bennett. 'I Bennett, Elizabeth Griffls, Ernest with his hat off until she year. so that we can have two '- _

St. Augustine where she competed ing they reached home tired but 20. The quietest boy-Francis I Wells, Jr., Charles Sapp, HenrRedding concludes the conversation. If the. ---.-- vacation at Christmas. Booklet We are P

the first grade. Then she attended happy after their successful tl'lpto Bloodsworth. I Roger Peele. lady should drop anything she '"- FOURTH GRADE NEWSCarl beginning our Holiday '

Street School in St. most athletic girl Smith. It Crumpler spent ThanksgU this woek. First, we want to learn
Orange the forzen North. 21. The 2nd. Grade: W. M. carrying the gentleman picksup

Augustine and completed second The members of the party were Cleone Edmondson. 3rd Grade: Mildred Mathew, for her and lifts his hat as i he ing day In Waldo visiting nllly why we have Christmas and booklets will) ,

and third grades. Mr. Benson Mrs. Benson and the 22. The most athletic boy-Ne Ernestine Moore. gives It to her. If he Is obliged I to Fry.R.. write the story for our

Next she moved to Middlebur) guests Misses Ethel Taylor, Olet son Moore. 4th Grade: Inez Cutshaw, CIa pass by. If a lady Is on the elevator V. Allen spent the holiday In our own words.On have: ,

ind completed the fourth grade Smith and Jessie Mae Brannen and ice Rosier Eula Mae Eunice Ax with him he takes his hat off In Lake City. our Honor Roll we ;

After living there one year her Arlie Sponholtz. ._ PEGGY drey Crews. and holds it. This rule applies I to R, L. Johns visited In Graham Billy Benson, Robert Conway. '

family moved to Green Cove 5th Grade: Geneva Rigdon, L. C. elevators, In hotels! clubs and Oleeta Green spent ThanksgivIng Maurice Edwards, B. C. Holtzen-Frankr-1

unfortunate are a dog lover you may office building day In Highland with her dorf, Harvey Hudson! Jim
Springs and there Oleta was to Guess Who ? If you King. apartments, but In
Mo-
Answer
and became ilL She be interested In knowing about my; 6th Grade: Edna Edwards Minnie and stores this is not necessary athey grnnil mother. Jordan, Jimmie Leach, Barney I
Smith.
missed a term of school and If she< Willis dog Peggy. She has a black nose Lee Pringle Evangeline Stai are considered as public as Gloria Price went to Jackson Rae Mildred Edwards RubyGreen ,

wouldn't have had the of ninety In: white feet. brown back and side Ollle Taylor, Gwendoly: street. villa. Elizabeth\ Lawson Joyce 1 1Griffis. <
had not we and has an average ling, the
She I 1 Is ThanksgivIng '- Noegel, Evelyn
underneath. to Harrell. spent Moore. Shirley Ann
honor of graduating along will studies since In Bradford High and Is white Smith. Good manners help a person < Bryan '
her terrier.In Palatka! with his uncle Weldon, Merry Winkler -
her misfortune she chihuahua and fox arrive at the desired place In i 11 day In Mary
her. But after
School. I
completed the sixth grade there. she intends to< the morning before we are The fifth grade rejoices in a fine more comfortable manner and to Bobby Biggs visited his grand Mary Lou Yarbrough, John

Next the Smith family moved to After graduating college and pre up, Peggy will put her front paws new pencil sharpener, given by the avoid the rough spots.Jokes mother in St. Augustine. Williams. 1t
business
attend in the< went to Flag-
a
of one Dlcandlo
Orange Park and there Oleta completed herself to become a stenog up on the beds every awake and P. T. A. No excuse for smears. Addle .$5....,...t..f.f-S*,.
seventh and eight! pare friendly; 1 house to see if we are During the past week the second for Beach
the She Is cheerful, to and O. J. Underhill -
rapher. she is liable jum] the Chester McKinney SEE .
beautifying
there two If we move has been
grades. After living and honest and I am grade -- Gaines
In
years they moved to Lawtey, Fla. 1 Intelligent will make good in the busIness up on top of ilL cak< room with drawings for Thanks After Jeaslo Mae Branne-n hat spent the day
she from
with her sure She will eat anything We hope they will bi school a few ville. HARRIETBENSON
We became acquainted world. She dislikes conceited likes giving. been at the boarding ,
when she started to Bradford High, but she enjoys sport; to peanuts, and especially for break thoroughly: enjoyed before Christmas weeks she began signing her letters FOIU'rll-(-iltAl>K N'K\VH' '

School in the ninth grade. Thi people swimming basket ball and cornflakes and coffee scenes take their places. home "Jessica." Brother Tom Miss Edward Teacher
of ?
will make her fourth year in Brad such tennis.I as. fast.She what time we gel The fourth grade had charge and thought he would give her a"little Maurice Martin la back after I

knows the Thanksgiving program about It, so he wrote: Deaiessica While out 1.
ford High School. she will\ be missed bj; school and Invariably "The dig several weeks' absence. FOR .
sure
am home from the little play Momlca have
and
She Is one of great Intelligent see her after door. There it they presented : Dadica he visited In Gainesville.
who will never at the which was enjoyed -
some will meet us Thanksgiving" Llzzlca. Uncle
Aunt
First to visit visited his grandfather
It gone Harold Crews
and move away.S. to our house CHRISTMASCARDS .
they graduate a sleeping porch all. of buying a new
G. Denmark. basket, that she I by arnica In talking in Highland, Sunday
-- Is a
there know c
which pupils machlnlcn, but he doesn't Barbara Keen has moved buck
English
.- to see us. The ninth grade
climbs upon Fordlca or a .
: whether to get a In Gainesville
after
living
CANAL O. K. about everything had a good time writing to: Starke
REPORT have
She knows old cowlca has had aailfica.
The
\ think Wall elected "hevlca. for three weeks.
I Mrs.
JACKSONVILLEJack90nvl1e there is for a dog to know Christmas plays. I was going to cull it SOFOR$1 : '
celebrated at our
business men at a luncheon but you may not agree with me. the best one to produce Margarettanning's Velllca, but I changed It to Jlmia We have been learning about thendians

an army engineers' report Nettle Dowling. Christmas: celebration. This becauce It was a bullica. Your and Pilgrims. Our November WITH NAME j
state canal I first place.
the cross .-- won .
favorable to affectionate brother Tomlca. booklet tells the stories that .
Half a dozen speakers told severa t L UOCLD HE TH.\NKFUL 11"Anybody's :- play has a strong.pIes for the real VB have learned. We have an In- PRINTED )
cast
that the report ola spirit. Its mixed Arwotxl was fourears I
hundred guests Christmas When Grace Jinn and Pilgrim village on our .
board\, flndlng.the cana business would be carolers: and special musical num- old she was eating Thanksgiving thankful
special wndtable./ We are so
NOW-O damagj the state'i of the paper. Rosa Mae era add to Its attractiveness.Margaret dinner After struggling Offer Expires Monday 1 ,:
would not kept out :hal the> Pilgrims/ taught us to keep .
ciioiI supply. Insures completion had a good time se- I I several minutes to remove \
water ainlyfor
I : fresh Rowe.I cast Thanksgiving: Day. I I .
of the waterway. didn't have to write the editor'smessage. ectlng the characters for her : ---- the skin from the drumstick Miss Lilley's First Grade. ....... ..t.t..t.!....,.. ,
Fugate.I Margaret E Manning, Vergie her father and 'I
.-- -Virginia she handed<< It to
... ft.iA :a. I who drives Plummer, Clara -' -.4 ; .
shipped someone Ins Bobby take the
THIS Junk ,
oranges now are could meet aid/ "Here Daddy, please

Oft.'t9..LI.".,Id..,".ln.d1.dog', be) tNWL California by air from Los Angeles one-hall top a L Lincoln Zephyr.Dot of Florida Bishop.were Mae/ Wittfeltlt Harley, Pansy Johnny Prevatt Frlgo,, Preston J. C.-' underwear off my. turkey leg." }T I

.oJ., .. Gin, hiih5 Nome, Alaska in five and The University ringle. J. C. Prevatt Lillian Frlo TIIOI iii'rs! Foil TilE \\KEK: PAINT YOUR
Frances.
10. here.- .
toud.tIos world
days. .- not Jealous of Katie. ; Estelle Austin. The only way to assure .Ii' i._
I were
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>1
to servlce.- ; >
forward world
all looking is to give
We are peace
bo.dSISTRUNK East Indian\ sea snakes!' becomi tha Billy. would leave my chewing producing our own play. Ford. t'fl

ferocious when captured They Would Happen Responsibility walks hand In CAR .1
CO. so in "What
SEED alone ,
FEED our
& bodies. gum been improving
bite their own Mlllun. We have .hand with capacity and power .,
FLORIDA they ..:. If."-Margiel\ making It more stumble I
STARKE, Snooper & Snooper.S'OOU.S eighth grade room I "It Is disgraceful to :

.... hl.n.>me-Iike__ and attractive. We now twice against the same stone." :"L

IH'SINBSS: have a large and helpful bird charta What Is worth doing at all Is worth FOR CHRISTMAS

., GASMakes .\ that a certain new reading table and vase fo doing well. I
GULF It is rumored To these we have added directed to
with a flowers. action be
GOOD walked home our Let every Repaint Re-
Paint Shop
senior boy Saturday night, an aquarium and three large, some definite object and perfectIts Let Packham's ,


Readily on junior Better girl watch one out Randolph and colored posters.-THE 9th ORADf The way.sum-Marcus of wisdom Aurellus.is that the upholster and Repair Your Car Like New. i ,' "


Your Car Start More Edna.I heard that a certain senior WIIOS WHO Intellectual IN -Gladys Gar- time Is never lost that Is denotedto
have Most
Cold Morning to see her boy friend work.-Emerson. THE ONLY ELECTRIC WELDING :
These girl goes her. Concentration; the secret of success -
he doesn't' come to see rett.Best looklng-J. C. Prevatt and

GULF LUBE when Fugate was very happy Is all work. IN TOWNPACKHAM'S
PRIDE AND Virginia ? Lillian Frigo. EQUIPMENT
light
GULF Why the happy Louise Prevatt Preston '
Wednesday. Wittiest ( -
WOLlJI.I.EN'
OILS School \\tUT
Bolles
MOTOR I
Carlisle from Wlttfeldt. drill durIng -
Al Kay We didn't have fire
I.
Thanksgiving
Let over the athleteEstelle Austin.
Cold Weather. was visiting Best Edwards, class? PAINT SHOP

Are Refined for This holidays _ Most popular-carl 2.: Karri- Benson didn't say,
Today. ___ -.--- Cutshaw. ?
Oil Christine Doodle? j
Change Your NOTICE: Austin. Whang IIRIinEKT W. FACKIIAM. MifF. __
Us CitizenshipAlene the .,
Teachers 3. Ovid Lewis didn't ring I the New Deal Service Station 4' c
Bradford< County glad to welcome Ruby In this And>"on HMg. between .'
The December 4. We are Whit bell on time? I And Stirn'n 0.,-.,.
STATION meeting will be held and Nathan Boles from 4. MargU McMillan finishedHer .
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will beginat seventh -- -- --- -
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NEW DEAL 130. Business auditorium.meeting at 2:30: grade, Nathan the sixth grad. newspaper

PRIEST, Manager In tbe high school
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I P.AljE FOL"K 1b11ADFORD COUNTY TISLEGRAPB STARRL. rLOJ\.IDI&\ .._ _.. ._ ___ .. FIliDA1'--,-. DE'E\IBtn: : t 19R
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Book Club HasInteresting 1|U.; D. C. HoldDecember 1 -

;: MeetingThe i Meeting Gators Who Finish Grid Careers December t c

I 'focietY1J Book Review Club, a department The W T. Weeks' Chapter. U D
: ;, 1 of thp Woman's Club, C, met Wednesday afternoon at I II
; met Tuesday evening at 7:30: ( the home of Mr and Mrs. L. A. I

j .,. .J.. .. clock In the home of Judge and Davis and were entertained by
', 1.,1 :Mrs E K. Ferryman. Mrs. O. H Mrs. Davis and Mrs. W. G. Haile. I
\ chairman of Education berries and colorful Autumn '
Birthday Party Lowry Holly
f; I > : W.1.: S. Circles! Surprise
I
GreenA presented Miss Ruth Stern berg and leaves formed the decoration for I'
[For Mrs.
t : Will :Meet Monday
: \: :, ;. Mrs. L.. A. Canova as speakers for the spacious rooms. I

,I ;J :i Circles of the Womnn'n Missionary surprise birthday party was the evening. The chapter president, Mrs. Da- I
!! I t I: Society of the Methodist given for Mrs A H. Green at her Miss Sternberg, In a most pleasing via presided and the newly elect
t { ,.'' will meet Monday, Decem- home on Walnut St., Wednesday M. /
11 i : 'i\ ;: : Church and Informal manner, gave a ed secretary, Mrs. Ethel Biggs
'; (i ,+ '', ber 7, at three o'clock. Circle evening at 8 o'clock. review of "Beyond Sing the transacted the duties of secretary. I,
) ; ''t: i',: Number One will be entertained by Unusual arrangements of long Woods" by Guldbranseen. This The chapter bought a five dollar :
,' 't 'I! Mrs. Olin W. White. Circle Number leaf pine needles and red Canna, book deals principally with the bond to help in the fight against I UKi' S L YON fYOfID >M
: II I';'tt V '. Two will be entertained by Mrs. lilies were used in decorating the i conflict between man and his con- tuberculosis. The president appointed WARREN + TAGIftE C1RlTANFUUttAC

(M t iS't'' A. Wood. living room and dining room for science. the following committees: .E .a r ENo- ,

4 I : ; Eva Anderson, Secretary. this affair. Mrs. Canova very ably gave an Music: Mrs. E. K. Perryman,
,"
y/ : Meeting The evening was spent In pleas- interesting and entertaining synopsis Mrs A. M. Darby and Mrs. F. H. :
il 1n'I't!! n'I't! Eastern Star ant conversation and impromptutalks. of "Wake Up and Live" by Dor-, Long. Finance: Mrs. J W. Andrews 1 ? 9CAnTi91

I \ The regular meeting of the Eastern othea Brande. As the title sug Mrs. L. A. Rennolds, Mrs. t
i Green was the recipient of her Hal Edwards. Program: Miss
Mrs. gents, Miss Brande gives readers
i.: ,I, Star will be held Monday evening ..
): .' :'\\J\1\ r! at 7:30: o'clock in the Eastern many lovely gifts. Among them several good points on how to Amelia Ray, Mrs. A. Z Adkins, il,
,
i; decorated birth- Miss Madge Middleton. Courtesy:
I Star Hall. was a beautifully make the most of our brief twen-
J It\ )' ., "' ;, Officers for the ensuing year will I day cake, a gift of Mrs. J. C. Booker. ty-four hours a day. Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Miss Olive CJULIANRRNEvans..
: la'
t Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs. W. E.
c '; ) ;j. ,' be elected at this time. The next meeting of the Book I Ray ti. ur ,
;
and Torode. Mrs. J. M. <> 9 v ,'f
"."I Refreshments of cake punch Cemetery: 6
; )1 Club will be held January 5. Mrs
; Mrs. W. Brownlee, Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. :
,! '.. ., were served the guests by L. F. Chapman of the Florida
\ : ( L. E S. Matthews
O. Mrs.
M. Wimberly, Freddie Wimberly State Farm will review "The Last Haynes
RITZ THEATRE] and Mary Lorraine and Kathleen Puritan" by Santayana. Mrs. Ed- Press: Miss Amelia Ray, 6 mr tA t
: ;;;; \ Stockwell. ward Burns will give an account of Mra. W. G. Haile, Miss Madge >
and Middleton.
About fifteen relatives D.
STARKE "Madame Toussalnt's Wedding
:114'i'i SCNARAs ,
friends were present to enjoy the The program committee made
!
!: Day" by Thad St. Martin.
I with Mrs. Green. the following assignment of h08I -
::1 ,\ I; : PROGRAMTIirRS.FRI. 11 evening .
--. I teases, which began in October,
: J, \ Junior Department Meet 1
1 Union Thanksgiving! ServiceThe 1036 and will end in June, 1937:
:\ 'r .. DEC. S-4 .
liiiih' The Junior Department of the October: Mrs. O. L. Beasley, ,
I: I' 1\\I. 1 W-, 1' "Bengal Tiger" union Thanksgiving serviceat First Baptist Sunday School met Mrs Ethel M. Biggs

,i ) '.p J I Barton :MrLane the Baptist Church last Thurs- at the home of Mrs. C. A. Knighton November: Mrs. J. W. Andrews,
';i \.1'\''I ', June Lung day was well attended and markedby Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: Wrs. O. L. Haynes.
\
\
1\\ 1. f an excellent sermon and special -
o'clock. Plans were made for a December: Mrs. L. A. Davis,
:!t f11'; ''h'I 8.Tt'RIM'DtC.. 5 music. Christmas party to be given next Mrs. W. G. Halle, Mrs. L. A. Ren-

t 1 M'} i! Double Feature The Rev. Fred Yerkes, rector of Monday afternoon. Plans were also nqlds. tooT /rOLL/I /YTqyNRRDHRROL'D. 'Rows .. KE/< EPPeGUARD ,'"
HALFBACKNRLfBRc' ,
delivered
Church,
1\\ \\t: St. Mark's Episcopal made for a box to send to the Or- January: Mrs. George W. Rob- QUAIIlP "
I I ,!.1\\" ,i"" "Desert Phantom" .. the Thanksgiving message, phan's Home at Arcadia. erts, Mrs. Hal Edwards, Mrs. Ef- Here are the eight members of the 1938 University of Florida football squad who round their playing davs
j I, (,+\'I'''t'',I John Murk Itrouii :' stressing the thought of a truly The class was organized at this fie Miner, Mrs. Charles Dinkins, of with the "Fighting Oators" Saturday December 5, when Florida meets Mississippi State In Florida FV.d
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.\ t Iji:' And thankful heart. meeting. Lawtey. Stadium In the climax gridiron game of the year,which has been designated as"All Universities'Day" in honor
I
,1 \f The Baptist choir, composed of Betty Marshburn, Reporter. February: Mrs. A. M. Darby, Of college men and women representing institutions throughout the nation, but now residents of Floriaa
:;: '5 Girl From Mandalay eleven voices, under the directionof 9-- Mrs. H. T. Hall, Mrs. L. G. Powell,

: :: .sI John H. Powell, with Mrs. L. A. Circles To Meet Miss Etta Tlson. I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright Junior Woman's Club bring a basket of sometbim

:-y'' ., SUN.-MON., DEC. 6-7 Canova as accompanist, presented March: Mrs. A Z. Adkins, Miss and children of Jacksonville were The Club will ,
"1 I'k'; '" 1 I Gloria" by Mozart and "Oh Lord, Circle Number 1 of the Baptist Amelia Ray Miss Olive Ray, Mrs. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. D. The regular meeting of the Jun- furnish the "
,. "';,ro. "Ramona"Lnrettn How Manifold\. Are Thy Works" by Missionary Society will meet Mon- Marcus 1\(. Brown. Wainwright Thanksgiving day. ior Woman's Club will be held W. N Johnson \ .

I F.i! J;:,. Young Joseph Burdy. Also several' day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at April: Mrs. E. S. Matthews Mrs. Tuesday afternoon, December 8.
\ ;, ,, \ I lion Arm-the Thanksgiving hymns were sung, the home of Mrs. L. A. Canova. H. B. McLendon, Miss Madge Mld Mrs F. H. Long returned home Hostesses will be Misses Edna
}' In which the congregation joined. Circle Number 2 will meet at the dleton Mrs. W. E. Torode. Sunday evening from Jacksonville, Pearce, Vernie Phillips, Miriam
: { TUE:I.-WEn., DEC. 8-9 Quantities' of chrysanthemums, home of Mrs. W. L. Wall at the May: Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mrs. where she spent several days vis- Guy and Harriet Benson. At the ESTATEREAL

,tHt 1'; 'We Went to College'Walter arranged in baskets, were used In same hour. The Young Matron's L. H. Hill Mrs. Sarah L. Ham- iting her son-in-law and daughter, end of the business hour refresh-
decorating the church. Circle of the Baptist Church will rick, Mrs. F. H Long. Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll. ments will be served.Townsend.
!\ Abel meet Monday evening at 7:30: June: Mrs: W. L. Wall Mrs. J. IF
J Will Elect OfficersThe o'clock at the home of Mrs W. B. Mrs. YOU WANT TO
E Wilson, J. M. Brownlee, The Intermediate Christian En-
I y(. THl'KS.-FIU., DEC 10-11 ClubYou BUY, SELL OR RENT
I\, Mundy. Mrs. Mundy and Mrs. A.
Woodman Circle Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, Mrs. Emma deavor Society of the Presbyterian
,' "His Brother's Wife" Starke officers Tuesday nightat I F. Johns will be the hostesses for Canova. Church haa Invited the Interme- are invited to attend the SEE US-
elect
"\ ,' will this meeting. After disposing of business the diate members of the B. Y. P. U. Townsend Club meeting at Starke
'i:'..\ ( I Robert Taylor the hall at 7:30: o'clock. All WILSONREALTY
'j jJ J t', ;, Barbara !Stanwyck members are urged to be present. president called on the historian, and the Epworth League to meet on Dec. 7, Monday at 7:30: p. m.
:' r;:l, a timnnniffl'i'iiiiiminiiini'iim'niiiiitiiiiinmiiHinimniiiii' '' iimnniinimHifflmim' Notice To Juniors
'J 1 1)fi .",fill( r Miss Amelia Ray, who gave a short with them Sunday afternoon, De- Bring a basket of eats and enjoyyourself. CO.
sketch of the life of General Nathan cember 6, at 4:30 o'clock for the
:
flowers Juniors of the Forest please Plenty of speakers prom-
distinctive
ij grace Bedford Forrest, noted cavalry study of the history of the Christ-
: meet your Junior supervisor in the ised. Don't fail to attend and
)\ .! sy\ /'; cherry at herschel Woodman Hall Friday afternoon, leader of Tennessee. mas Carols.
\1tJ the social Mrs. A.
". I : k4 I Jacksonville I II. December 11, 3:30: o'clock to make During period T .
.
; f'
i 'Jj i 7-2129 plans for a Christmas party. Z. Adkins, accompanied by Mrs. Evangelistic MeetingsThe
i 1 ,1' V/ phone iiggs, sang "Love Is Mine"
IIi!I' 'I' : smart center pieces unusual corsages Junior Mrs.Supervisor Ethel Raymond., (Frank Gray), and Mrs. Adkins Rev. John Hazelwood of Try ArDish of Steaming Hot

: .H' .f f' ( flowers for gifts and Mrs. Biggs sang a duet, "Moon Knoxville, Tenn., began a series of
1 "'-- ., Over Miami.! .' meetings here Tuesday night In a OYSTERS C H I L E
The hostesses"'served a congealed vacant store building on Call] HOT TAMALES
Street near the railroad. Mr. Ha-
salad course with hot tea.
BEFORE BEDTIME: TO-
zelwood has been engaged in evangelistic PAGIIETTJ
Exceptional NIGHT AND SEE HOW
.J
Parker-McRae work for more than twenty CHILE BEANS GOOD IT MAKES TOt
l years and has conducted 426 campaigns FEEL. IT'S FINE FOR
r Mr and Mrs. M. J. McRae an- in seventeen states. Everyone SHORT ORDERS SUPPER TOO.HALL'S .
nounce the marriage of their Is invited to attend the meet-
COAT i daughter, Mildred Ann, to Mr. Ings every night at 7:30: o'clock LUNCHNear
Jimmy J. Parker, of Jacksonville, and at 3:30: o'clock Sunday afternoons Seaboard Station
on November 25. .
Mrs. Parker Is a former student .
Itit VALUES of Bradford High School and has I
: : many friends who wish her well.
Mr. Parker Is employed with the I A REAL GOOD
Aucher Construction Co. Theyare ONIONS Ib. 2c GREEN'SSTORE

t t: 7.00 making their home In Starke at I .0

,l 10.00 Values at ____I present FLOUR24Lbs.
.. I
Family 1 ReunionThe

9.50 Prescott family had a family WHOLE GRAIN
15.00 values
at __ __
u
t reunion at their old home- CASH & CARRY
,i RICE.5Ibs.23c 75c
stead near Sampson City last Sun- .
ALL COLORS-SIZES STARKE FLA.
day. Among those present were I ,
a Mrs. Faye Gill and family, Mr, and
ii +, WITH OR WITHOUT FUn COLLARS Mrs. E. T. King of Qultman, Georgia I
Ask About Our Profit-Sharing Plan-
Mr and Mrs. Hirman Prescottand FREE ,
D ),, THESE SELECTIONS FROM family, and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. It Costs You Nothing-Save Your Tickets FREEQUART

,! : "' A BRAND NEW SHIPMENT t J- J Doyle. Meet JARSALAD LARGE BOX OCTAGON
to
Auxiliary

The Ladles' Auxiliary of the DRESSING 20c SOAP CHIPS 18c

'Presbyterian Church will meet
SEE orn
Tuesday evening, December 8, at FRESH I'ORK
SNAPPY SKIRTS 7:30: o'clock at the home of Mr. and PRINCE ALBERT, can __ lOc SAUSAGE, Lb. . 25c
i SUIT CASES Mrs. John Uglow.( A special Christmas -
PET OK CARNATIONMILK
FOR MISSES will be presented by

( IN SMART HARK COLORS Mrs.program Will Gibson and Miss Lucile tall 7c ROUND STEAK lb. 20c
Iry' ft.1yIry' 1 1.98 2.98 Mitchell. Mrs. E. M. Davis and can
E ,k Dt'a Mrs. K. G. Duncan will assist in the CIII'CK ROAST OR '

1 1.29 music. All members and friends LEMONS, Doz. ___ .. lOc STEAK
i' u.
t kt'r; YOU KNOW !SOMEONE: WHO NEEDS ONE Lb. 12/2c
to at-
44i of the auxiliary are urged
i 4 FOR CH1U9TMAS: JUST TilE THING FOR SPORTSWEAR tend. FRESH
SUGAR 5 Lbs. 24c

FOR CHRISTMAS WEHE RENT HOUSE I 5e I'KO. PORK CHOPS Lb. 20c


SALT Pkg. ___ __._ .,3c
GIVE HIM HIS FIRST --- NECK 25c
4 FCRNIMIKD: ROOMS: BONES, 3 Lbs. .

HEADQUARTERSforBLANKETS AND BATH HOME GROUND

I LONG R. F. Demorest MEAt 10 Lbs. 25c RIB

't'I' 'wl t4 I + REEF STEW\ Lb. Iflc

QPANTS I0o BOX _
BOLOGNA
ASPIRIN Box __ __ _._ __ 3c
SAUSAGE. Lb. __ .. .. 12'/2c

and COMFORTS CHARMER: crp & SAUCER
SUIT -MOTHER'S

1:!.!ir'< -Vrr \ COFFEE Can 12& OATMEAL Pkg. 25c

k. I 4.95
; BE ON TilE SAFE SIDE QUART JARPEANUT 2 LB. CAN"COCOA

a-, s AND BUTTER _25c __ ._ 12'/2C
Studio Uprightsand
BUY SHOES NOW
NO. 2 CANS-STANDARD PACK QUART JARMl
Grand PianosALSO '

+ I 4.50 THEY ARE BOUND TOMATOES can 7c PICKLES 12Mc

r i'' r \\OOL-S1ZES! 3 to 8 TO ADVANCE IN PRICE GUARANTEED USED
PIANOSA 28-OZ. JAR APPLE 14-055. TOMATO: <*
YOU SAVE WHEN YOU BUY IT AT BUTTER1212c
Price for every Pocketbook CATSUP lOc
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... ALEXANDER and COMPANY MUSIC. Florida STOREOpp. Theatre PURE COFFEE Lb. 12!4c PUKES 2 Pk?s. 15c


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DECEMBER 4, 10S6I1 BRAnronp corxTT TKUEGRirn. STARKE. FLORIDA ._ ..._ __ __ .' .
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Fr --'- I Ev..relt. M I> Ki'ii.i! % \isitni 1 his: '..' .i-. :MiMa' .s K HiownI. I I'hi- F.pwurthLeague: of the Hi-nry Loomis Ni'tson. American'ni I Injections of moccasin uff"nll1lt,

gnmlfnthi'i, ; \\' H in, IfBrook. \ I I. it \\. ,"n,'-v| for t' I int.i.. (i,11; toittemi MrthiHlist t i )tiuuh will huvt Ep-- ,' nails! 'mtl l >'i "inumlst. was born \If.>nom relieves persons bkcdlng: 'rlnt; II 'I

.r last t \\i,elc U, 1\111"1:11" i: Mn HUAMISwum ) worth Leaiua'1'tg I Ha\ Sutuidav II ls46 Ito tied In 1908 om._persistent__ ._. nose_- -
-- --. ..----- I| nrn-mbi't ,") The I..>i Kiiera' hope --
Bits of :Miami :Mrs Chailes. L.t". of ,' will the Iritttue by Come
r .n -- ---- "'If'r 'lIr. help And the Worst is Yet to -
Lakeland were guests of Cot, and (congi>man R. A Green is able 1\ buying a tug.
:Mrs D. E. Knight Monday. I; to be out after being confined to -
?4e ,' nil home with a severe attack ofI1'lppe. I Mra. Paul Yapp of Atlanta Ga,
I hc& Mrs Effie Johns spent last Wednesday i'I spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs

: in Raiford visiting her I N. D. Wlllnwl'ilb.l. Friends of Mrs. ,0 I
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE. BUSINESS AND I nieces the Misses Norman. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams of Yopp will remember her as Miss
Alachuu were the guests of Senator Beulah \Vninwrtght youngest sister ,
TOWN
OF THE COUNTY AND 1"
PROGRESS Mrs. Maria K. Hull has returned I and Mrs. C. E. Johns Thanks of Mr. Wainwright.
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I from Leesburg. where she visit- giving r --- -- \\Ai :
ed relatives for several days. ----- Hmiitlful Itchling bOil e ul

; Miss Kitty Hogsed spent the Stump'' Ideal for Xinan. gifts. 11ft
1)11'I. sauls spent Monday Col. and Mrs. H. V. Knight and Mrs. A. F. Sauls left Wednesday Thanksgiving holidays in Jacksonville ---
) A. F children spent Sunday in Jacksonville for Eustis, where she visited with her aunt Mrs. K. R. Mr. and Mrs I* A. Canovu, Mn 11//1 c

.,JaCksonville her aunt, Mrs. D. C. Lennon. Lane. C. A. Knight Dr. and Mrs. H. B

Fernandez spent Frt- McLendon Dr. and Mrs. W. E
yr, Eva Miss Madeline Hazen spent the Mrs. Lacy Rlgclon and childrenof I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McLendonof Murphree of the Florida State

yy ID Jacksonville. holidays in Brooker visiting her Jacksonville are the guests of Jacksonville were the guests of I Farm and Mr. and Mra. E. L. Matthews -

Coleman spent Sun- parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rtgdon. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nnsworthy !' attended the Flagstad concert -.

jllf Essie: City.Rosalind Sunday In Jacksonville Thursday :j
Haines Iwauilful --- \t
Ladle outing
211D Mrs. Cecil Reale visited her par- pajamas night.
Jacobs spent Frl- ents in Plant City during the holi and night gounn; at Stump's.. Only Joyce and Martha Lee Sit Ick- .
ilea lund of Wildwood were week-end ,
100. ikT&t
If ID Jacksonville. days. -- guests of their aunt and uncle, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee!'aftera returned e ?' \ {
home Tuesday evening
had her oDd Mrs. W. H. Hart.A .
L. E. Moseley spent the Marie Dyal of Brooker spent theweekend Mrs. Effie Johns as trip to Detroit Mich., and Indlunnpolls. -
1Irs. --
in Jacksonville. with Marion and Helen guest Monday afternoon her niece Ind. At the latter place ,
ntk-eDd Mrs. Frank Webb of Hawthorne.Mr. beautiful line or ChrlntmiMI'hot4w
Dowling. .. ut very ..1M'C.1alllrlo.t.*. tome they visited!' their daughter. Miss
Mrs. U A. Davia spent Martha Brownlee who is a student
)lr and and Mrs. A. E. McKinney now. lIOO\Klt IUIOS. STI 1)10.
biIsgvlng! in Jacksonville. Fresh Red Pepper and Sage at nurse In the Indianapolis\
: had as their guests last week Mrs. ----- -
Mitchell's. W. D. Webb and Mrs. L O. Hazen. Mr. and Mrs. C. M Howard University Hospital. ynN !.:
Jr.,,
R. Johns
)lr. and Mrs. S. spent the holidays in Jasper visiting .
,eat Friday In Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hart spent I Mrs. H. L.- Brownlee left Sundayfor Mrs. Howard's 'parents, Mr. "'I't'--;; Util IVpper and Saga I otl JE\

Thanksgiving In Wildwood visiting I DeLand for a week's via and Mrs. L. R. Taylor. :.Mltchrir : I
I arriving dully at relatives. I"
few goals it with her sister Mrs. J. E. Futch. i i
Mump' for Xmas. Marjorie Sue Mlddleton spent The Ilev. H. M. Montgomery, w a .
I Y'
.- I Mrs. E. J. Dowling and Mra. A. Mra O. L. Beoslcy and Mrs. J. the Thanksgiving holidays in Jack- Mrs. A. Wood W. P. Smith Mrs. d1 L '

Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Parks spent E. McKinney were visiting in Jacksonville W. Kincaid spent Wednesday afternoon \ sonvill evisiting her parents Mr. O. W. White Mr. and Mrs. I.. A. t '

I :Tianksglvlng in1 Jacksonville.jir Friday. in Gainesville "Islting friends. and Mrs. E. L. MiddlcUm.Mra. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Smith ? 'j,
were In Jackxonvllle Tuesday at-
mil Mrs. E. L. Matthews Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown of I Hubert Stockwell of Gainesvillewas \ W. Wlmberly and daughter tending District Conference of the .J...) i ";
week-end In Jacksonville. Brooker" were visiting friends here the guest of Mr. and Mrs. V. Freddie and Mr. and Mrs. N. Methodist Church which was held I,

pent! thi Monday afternoon. L. Stockwell during the holidays. I II.'r"h T Green and children spent Sunday I In Wesley Memorial rhuich --=-.- \..-- -..... .. .. _...
relatives
visiting
in Highland:: -
t
) H Rltch of Jacksonville .
Mrs I
n'latlves here this week. Howard Hardee of Fernandma Keel rapper| and Sage. ut : I
,visit! ma t I--- DrOthy- will leave CIIOCOLATK
spent the week-end with Mr. and \lII..h..U.: I Miss Sapp! ) '
Coi I l'' E. Knight attended courtstale Mrs. L. A. Davis. for Gainesville to attend j' IIUISTM\S: ('ut\: ,. I :
football i
Bell and small son of the Florida-Mississippi ( T OGROCERY :
('itv the first of the week. Mrs Jack dances. : MIV! IP
and the fraternity
.----- CO.MK: NOW Gainesville were the guests of Mr. game
C'lirintnuit. Photos Mrs. J. M. Edwards last week -- --- --- \ CANDY .
:Mitchell's for 1..IU.t Call for and
ut 1
und
ShupI'ly' Mr. and Mrs Louis! Neal a.I1'
beautiful line nt the mootuttrurlHv -- CANDY
Very new I1'
( slater, Mrs Jane Glashy of St
deignmm !
,.. All with prices we hate ever offered Senator C. E. Johns Is In Tallahassee \ !
I rent to 3: (('nt Petersburg were recent guests of FOODS
ISr..... official bus FINE
llooxer this week on lOc
Lb.
ndope Studio Mr. Neal mother AIM. Rosa ('nn- 1

iness. I stantlne.foiteat. \ Lb. lOc LOW PRICES

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Uennolds\ designs In ChrlstnianC'ardM \ I jONIONS
NEV 1937 spent several days this week via \ prices from 1 rent to 5 rents. F'.1NCl' YINIU:

ting relatives In St. Petersburg. ill with rnrloptw, lit :Mitchell'. I HAMS Lb. 25c ''I
-, -------. \ 5 Lbs. lOc ,
Carlisle is In Jacksonville -
Miss Audrey
A Miss Louise Bryant of Ocala was
r Goo.be_ this week visiting Mr. and the guest of Miss Mary Cunova SWEET Lb 19c .j: I\
Mrs. J. L. Hair. last week. Miss Bryant and Miss HENS

GET thrilling au over programs the world ,. Iy'.I !g New 43 1931 H. A. Bishop and Harold Bishop Canova spent Friday In Jacksonville POTATOES 10 Lbs. 15c ..rMoo.. MINEi. j I

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with this new Philco-an : Models. Thanksgiving In Ocala National Lb. 15c
Inclined Sounding Board : d S spent FANCY HAMBURGER d t ,
I trip.
model that covers every 6 I forest on a hunting Bill Graham was a oualnesa visitor y ;
broadcast service on the 619 Tr.cfln in Jacksonville Monday. He LETTUCE 2H'ds 15c BREAKFAST i 4
air! Important "balanced"features AllowanceEASY Mrs. H. A. Bishop and daughters was accompanied to Jacksonvilleby rt4 !
insure remark Mary Harriet and Nina, spent and Ralph Lb. 32c
Mrs. D. A. Monteltn BACON : s
able performance and : Thanksgiving in Jacksonville lOc
tone! Exquisite cabinet of Rhodes. GRAPEFRUIT 4 for .
,Alerted band- 95 H REAL GOOD TENDER 1
Mrs.
and '
$15 ;
Mundy
TERMS W. B.
rubbed woods. Mrs. Santa Claim will be Stwnp'rStore 1
UP aonville.C. Wall spent Wednesday In Jack Xnian.. lie sure to bring the ORANGES Doz. ISc CHUCK ROAST Lb. 12c 'I" tr

children to sw him.
HART FURNITURE CO. SMOKED it 'ji i
'
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley spent Miss Martha Toney who has been YORK

STARKK. FLORIDA = Thursday afternoon and Friday liShamrock visiting Miss Patsy Brinson left APPLES 5 Lbs. 2Sc SAUSAGE tb. 15c :j
on business. today for Miami to visit friends
NAT SEZs
: I don't want to hear anybodycomplain Morris of Macon, before returning to her home in Ea. l (i iIr'
Bertne .
Mrs. MACKEREL
about the few little Mississippi.Miss SALT
again 5c
of Mrs. B Lb.
cold snaps we have. I Just got Ga.. is the house guest NEW POTATOES
'w In Fussel. Lee Wynn has returned -
\' back from the Army-Navy game M. Mary FRUIT CAKEMATERIAL i zti
Philadelphia. I could hardly seethe from Gainesville after

game for all the clothe I wore Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Constantine spending several weeks with her TOMATOES ,
I
a which Included (believe It or not) were in Jacksonville on business sister and brother-in-law Mr. and ;
of long ,
old-fashioned pair tl
r a drawers real woolen anklets, spats a recently. Mrs. Eldred Duncan. WALNUTS, Lb.. 2c; :

regular auK of course overcoat, reinforced a muffler All kinds---of toys--and gifts for Mrs. W. J. Epperson had as her 2 CANS 25c Im tzu4 NUTS, Lb 20e ,)/ .
sweater an 4 .NO Jw
b.v a and an Army blanket. The every member of the family atShonp. dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.R. ALMONDS J..b. .30e ,
of
earmuffsand '... L. Epperson and children
I forgot was
only thnig war haven't thawed out --' Jacksonville Mr. and Mr* G. A. MIXED NUTS, Lb.' .25e

jrt. my So bn quiet about the cold Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Jr., spent the Anderson and Bill Epperson. -- Large PECANS, Lb. 15e t
15c
.. L with her CARNATION tall for
--
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weather Will )'ou. r holidays in Jacksonville ---- MILK Cluster RAISINS, Lb t5e
fttlIte'hpU'1I ,
husband who is employed there. ChrUtmun. Card*
-- I from 1 cent to A wnt Hulk RAISINS Lb. 7"c ,
OKAI.V BLUE': KOSERICE !:
FINK ton
SPECIAL MEN'S OUTING : spent Thanksgiving with his parents j1 Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mrs. G. A'I DATES: I'k. lOc & t5e
A. E. Wall Si. Anderson, Mrs. B. M. Fussel ,
Mrs.
Mr. and ; t
FLANNELDARK ;her house guest Mrs. Bertne S Ibs. 19c CITItON PEEL, !Ib. 29c :.
BATHROBES i W. A. Bonham were .
ris and Mrs.
I
Mrs. R. A. Green was visiting Thursday. ORANGE PEEL: : Ib 2ge ;1

COLORS her parents, Mr. and Monday.Mrs. Y. A. visiting-in Gainesville- ------- LEMON\ PEEL, lb. 29cPINEAPPLE 1!! ..

$::.98 Value Harris in Gainesville Mr. and Mrs F. Flake are occupying Lb. .3ge I "
i

IQcYd.1 Mr. and Mrs.In Winter A. E. Wall Haven last Sr.. Mrs. L. J.the Green residence on Cherry of Mr.Street and PURE LARD 2 Lb s. 25c CIIEHHIES; Lb. .lIe '-1 '.

$1.98LADIES' were visiting Mr. Flake It 4ge
for the winter. GINGER Lb... & "
Friday and Saturday. the Florida State I
at
-- employee xu. 1 IIUSII Old Line Mince :Meat tOe a
SUEDE -
2-PC. LADIES'! :Mrs. W. A. Sterns and daughter Farm. Nonesuch Mince Meat .t2 f:

MANNISIISUITS: RAINCOATSBlue I I vllle Louise Friday.were visiting in Jackson Mr and and Mrs James.1. L.Holllngsworth Hair of Jacksonville POTATOES 10 Lbs 27c COCONUT H Ib. tOe a': t i I.,I'I' .

i I. of Emory at Oxford. Ga.. I II {
student
l<* a '
days
18 note shopping the guests of Mr and Mrs 1 THE REST IV TIIIN--R.4LL/N'i S
were
tiring' your INt to Htun.p'HMrs I C Hollingsworth on Thanksgiving
F IP1! n T1T& ;
of Jacksonville I i day ibs.75 39c
11 to 20 Huldah Corpenlng
$2.95FINE her .
spent the holidays 12 Ibs. ,
4
with relatives. A % '. .,
$11.50 I j
GE1L MORn I
Gainesvlll* "
'vr..VI ,
of i ;
F A. Canova I w..L--\Im". \! __Ll I
(lU\L1T\-IE spent Sunday here with his mother I I .",,1It.LLAItt'S \ !, 1

V FINE ASSORTMENTLADIES' Mrs. E. E. Canova. ,I j
I PAY CASH-for used pi OHFIJSKFLOUR
SHIRTSBeautiful of Winston-Salem, I I WILL Write Lillian' Music ;<
anos.
GLOVES North Paul Carolina Moore was visiting friends Store 312 W. University Ave.tf. 5 Ibs. 31c 10 Ibs. 57cFAT

Pattern here during the holidays. C alne vllle, Fla. ,

Jacksonville FOR SALE--1927 Chrysler black
Mrs F. A. Moore of Sedan. Will sell for repair and '
visiting
All Colors spent the holidays here Tanner1 Garage, I1EHT HII1KBACON
charges.
79c & $1.00 $1.00 her father A. J. Underhill. In storage Lawtey. 11P BACON Lb. 12/2c! Lb. 18cRKKAK

.\ big variety of new designs AU WANTED-Share cropper to operate -
Cards. at Slltrhell's. two-horae farm and cultivate !: tf MOKVCOFFEE

:\IF 'S FELTHATS FELL Ml'NSINOWEAB!FASHIONED! with Chrllltrl\l1ll.envelope, from 1 cent to 1 Scento. I 30-acre finance pecan self grove.N D. Must Wainwright be ableto tllAKMEItCOFFEE Lb. 12>/2c Lb. 18c


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HOSESlightly Miss Thanksgiving Bee Cady of here Jacksonville with her I TRACTOR WORKI am able to I lie Oct. Toilet Soap 3 bars 14c
spent F. B. Cady. do all kinds of tractor work. Palm Olive Soap, 2 bars
Irr"69c mother. Mrs. equipment. Refer FuI-j 25c Cleanser 2 cans 9c I
ly modern Suds Medium, 3 for Octagon ,
AU Color H. A. Bishop will R John. Sr. for information. Super Chips Pkg. tOeConcent'd
Mrs.
and 35c Soap ,
Mr. their guest this weekend: H-l-3ip' I! Super Suds, Large, 2 for Octagon
have as of Tallahas 2 for lie Octagon Soap, 10 bars 25c
Suds
$1.00 Mrs. Marie Freeman GOOD; FARM For sale, 80 acrea. Super ,

1 see. 15 mile west of Starke in Brad- I Oct. Giant Soap, 3 for 13c Octagon Powders, 10 Pkgs. 25c '
.
good
TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S of. Davis! bad jor' cwoAy V cleared 13c If Oct. Granulated] Soap, Pkg. lOc'T'"If"
PAYS Mr_ and Mrs. E ) Mr fen,e. gooti buildings. See or write, Oct. Giant Powders, 3 for j t,
Thanksgiving ,, Fla, ,
their guests Micanopy
as of Arcadia. L W & v
Davis
and Mrs. Bruce L j,
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rAG: 81X. BRADFORD COCNTT TELJCAKAPn. STAR RE.!: FLORIM% FRIDAY. DErEMBFR:

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; {, :\o'rlc.tOF \PPII"'rlO"
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NKXKLY ThREE MILLION Foil T\\ nKF.ltUrnal %O'I'II'I'

/ ,\riCKS NOW UNDER SOIL < <- HIM '\... 1":1O'I'II' > ois.Notice and"di.IH I h. ',.1",,t.v ,.
:-; I: IS UKHKRY (DIVRN That !
I i'ONSEKVATlON PKOGRAM ft.-",...... )tH..MH, ho'd'!' of Tax (','r- clalnia Austin Can. il(, "
I __ ; tlfiinti* No/ I*.9! lnxucd the Ird day. the against, ,, .t'I")
I of AiigiiHt. A L>. I't31.' han filed same Honrii.il: ], J i
FARMERS SECTION AINESVILLE Nearly 3.000.- LIVE STATE NEWSNews in inv offlif und han made application 'JV'nty Florida JUIK. ,. ,,, ,

000 tiered of Florida farm land are for a tax deed to be Issued date within,, >J.
I thfti'on. Said certificate embraces of firm ,1)111,11!,!,
now under the Agricultural Soil I 11 ii.. following described. property. In tlce or .,tkt ,el.tin', ,
Conservation according of Florida in Short Paragraphs i In- (',,""IY nt Hi'ad ford. State of by law and 10, p[},
l Conducted by Demonstration Agents I program the estate. to tin. ,,,,'
[ I"Ii',ula i towltNoithKaHt : "" I to a recent announcement by A. P. Quarter of North- Oeirg,. r'

fl Spencer vice director of the State Went Uimrter of Section 3!, 11-13-ft-12o. Ml, I t
Towimhlp' 7 South flange 21
Agricultural Extension Service. If --- ,Kant, containing 40 acres moreor
Jtl _..P I II
iIi Ii Jj Florida farm land under the pro : leanThe 50'raci: or lll'i.Ii 1'1'1\'

anMesument of the said prop- 5.011 'i'\ mu':.:,:
A' FLORIDA BULLETIN; ON gram this year totalled 2.820,571 "KKASO.VABLK IIA IL" RAINS REDUCE CROPS erty under the said certificate Issued C 10...... Itlll ,,,
acres, of which 1,510,343 acres are wa. In the name fit Chun.. M. Mc- :NOTlCJ- I4 ""(,
RECEIVES! TALLAHASSEEThe liFuli
cI Hints To Housewives SCREWU'OIIMS! Supreme ORLANDOThe bureau of agricultural Kinney. That B. J. Starling : ,, I

FAVORABLE COMMENT: crop land. This represent 47.17per Court says "if a person chargedwith economics reports excessive Unless said l'.tlfleateIIh.1I/ be Tax Certificate No i II I. ,
cent of the total farm land and redeemed' according to law theproperty 3rd. day of I ,
is
crime is entitled to ball he and i : will August. A t ,,
rains in the Everglades described therein be filed .
name In ,, h
I .tr In ,
from Home Demon 72.95 cent of the land in ) 'ffi ,
Weekly ,
GAINESVILLE- new bulletin per crop entitled to reasonable bail RulIng lower east coast Florida areas had sold to the highest bidder at the made. application r,,, ., .' '
tlon Specialist. TaUaluuMea the state. 200.000 bond set by Circuit court-house. door on the first Monday b. I..eu..d Ih..t'eon Said J..rt
a
screwworms in Florida pub- from "total loss to ''''.
on varying results I In the Month of January 1937.I embraces the ,
lished by the State Agricultural The program Is now functioningIn Court Judge John U. Bird was excessive some crops to slight damage to I which 'Is the 4th day of January, Property !in: the r..llowlng.I l'ouIty '"j AradtoFHn..k I, "

411; FRUIT CAKE 65 of the state's 67 counties. Un- the court ordered releaseof 1937. State of Florida tu-w
PLUM! PUDDING, Extension Service, has drawn high others." Bean acreage Is reduced Dated this 28th day of November, 15 Cro"by Lak.
.
I FOR TilE HOLIDAY SEASON praise from many animal industry like other agricultural programs, Roy Jones, a negro, on $5,000 from 23,000 to 18.000.TEACHING 1938. Southeast Quarter '.r... "" ,"a
the Soil Conservation bail Instead. Jones faces murder (OFFICIAL SEAL) and In Northeast 'r
a ,
between officials In the United States. In- program QU""t,
What the difference -4-- A. J. THOMAS. Section 25 Township oc
plum pudding and fruit cake? Not tended primarily to aid Florida makes it possible for citrus and charge in Plnellas County. STANDARDS Clerk of Circuit Court Range 21 East "'''''11>.

truck In about 35 counties of Bradford County Florida. Th. a."e."eRI. ot .
mixture usual livestock men In Identifying and growers tit/ '.410-
much. The pudding: 12-4-61-1-1 erly under the. pro
.51,1
ly contains more fat and ia more controlling the pest the bulletin lot the state to participate In the FEARS WATER SHORTAGE TALLAHASSEE Legislationto noel W" In the name '.'..r'1'',,( P'oI.1' J

moist. It t is cooked by steaming: discusses effect of infestations on benefits to be derived from coop- SILVER PALM-Dr. John C. raise the educational require- !\OTICK OP APP ,H'\TIOV cotto

Gifford ments for Florida school teachers FOR TAX DES:!) Unleaa said 'ntlf'' ,, ,
and erating with It. tropical forestry professor a )'..
whereas a fruit cake la baked either animals. treatment, prevention redeemed accordIng, "
t and principals is recommended in (!Senate! Hill No. 1 8:ONOTICHJ t 10" ,
at the of Mdlmi
University warn- !
and on managementyolks Mr. also out the property described thet ,
pointers Spencer pointed
gt wholly or after first steaming.: gives IS HEREBY OIVKN, That '
ed that city it would be faced witha the biennial report of the Instruction to the highest. hid: \\,11
following Foster Shi Smith holder of Tax Certificate ,
Both be made weeks in advance fact about the nrocram u.r -h.e door .
can on tho .
of the eggs and the liquid .; ; -flst- fresh water supply shortage if division In the department of No. J 86. 'issued tile )rd., day usIn Toe month '-
which its of existence Jal'
It and are better for aging.: year 'if August 1931. has filed >'"i > i
Some people tie their plum pud- which may be cider grape juice, : present everglades drainage work education. He urged that special same In yA'ori.. and has made 1931.which I. the 4th day 'I I:t. ,.,

tart jelly sour cream molasses continued. "For each acre of Everglades -tax school districts] be "discontinued application for a tax deed to be issued Dated thl" 17th
dings in bags and cook them, but There has been a large IncreaseIn thereon. Said certificate. embraces ber. au\ 1 t. .,
honey. or maple sirup. Honey helpsto drained five acres of the as soon as practicable. 1938.A.
the following described ; .
it is best to store these bags of soil-building In western property J THOMAS
keep the cake moist. crops. other land U drained," he said in In the County of Bradford ; ('JV.k. of l'lr""I' ,
I
puddings in tin to prevent drying Florida farmers bought 100,000 State of :Florida, to-wtt: .' '
S KILLED ON ROAD Etradford
Mix half the flour with the leav- an address here.ROOSEVELT. Northwest Quarter of SouthwestQuarter i """, "'1 1,1, "
reheated 11-20-6t-12-18
Iw out. Plum are
puddings pounds of Austrian winter for .'
peas '
:e at the time of serving, and are ening and spices and half with the planting this fall while during the GAINESVILLE Three people 7 South Mange of Section 21 ISunt.28. Township contain' .--. 1 1NOTICIo1

served hot with a hot sauce or fruits and nuts to keep them evenly two preceding the amount of INVITED were killed when their car over- ing 40 ncres, more or less. I' 0.prpUrTIO"l
distributed in the dough. Combine years TALLAHASSEE President turned In The assessment. of the said property FOIl T.\X DfU: :
iinPa chilled hard sauce. pea seed purchased was negligible. attempting to dodge a under the said. certificate l 1"-. Irnate'' Rill i,,.
the ingredients gradually, us- Roosevelt returning from the Buenos cow. The accident occurred four sued was 'In the name of K. T. NOTICE IS 111\1:
jII Either a fruit cake or a plum Cooperating farmers filed a total HEREBY 1T'l' ':;>. rJ
the hand mix well. Add Aires conference about Crouch. Ruth Lawrence
ing to peace miles west of Newberry in Gilchrist holder ,
pudding requires several pounds of of 23,435 work sheets. Unless saul certificate shall be redeemed Certificate No. T
612. ,
whites last. Dec. 10 has been invited to 1..11 tt i i ,
stop ,
materials. egg County. The dead are: F. M. Cobb according to law, the prop- day of July. A. l' 1934 .
Everyone '
fairly expensive Acreage In permanent pastures in Florida dedication city described therein will be sold to same In n
over and attend
my office .! ,
Fruit cake scorches easily so of the Gainesville and lc !
has a favorite recipe, but the has increased. manager the highest bidder at the courthouse application. for a tax .1, "*'"
method of putting the ingredients most people line the baking pan exercises at 'one of several Cross City branches of the United door on the first Monday In issued thereon !Said' ,1,1" f', "

A great deal of and state Institution building projects the month of January, 1UJ7, which braces the following de.., "
IIWL together Is about the same in all. with well-grensed paper. Cook in terracing reforestation -! 5 and 10 cent stores; Hiss Billie Is the. 4th day of January 1937. .rty In the Coumity ,.f 1,1" d, pr,

wtl1 Prepare all the fruit and nuts first. I a slow oven (250 to 275 Deg.). Usea work has been done to financed with state and federal Sloan employee of Cobb; and Fir- Dated this 1st., day of December. State of Florida tu.wn f ,

conserve the soU.SoUconserving. : funds. Invitation to the president : I Ill: C. South Three-fnurthf .
tube for cake I. ,
Pick the fruit over carefully wash pan a single large man Simmons colored also an OFFICIAL SEAL) one-half of Houthc.i. t :1,

and dry. Chop it in a bowl, not a of five pounds or more or divide and soil-building went from Governor Sholtz and I employee. I A. J. THOMAS: section': 11. Tuvnshli, l 'I" ,'I

food grinder. Use a sharp knifeto the dough Into smaller pans. A practices are being carried out by other state officials who will con .. ,, Clerk of Urrtdfoid of Circuit County Court Florida _flange Acres. more 23 East or 1 It, --> , 1"

cut up the citron or other dried tube pan may be filled to a depth cooperating farmers. "These prac- duct the dedication exercises All,\MI'S BAY ROUGH 1 12-4-6t-l-l The assessment. of t tliertv ", "

of three and one-half to four inches. tices probably would not have been under the maid "
and the nuts. Look out for :XOIKI'l: \I'PIU'\'I'IO"
peel mied
MIAMI-Coast Guardsmen hada was In the num.' "I.r I '
A five to six pound cake should done If the program had not beenin TREMOR FELT I FOIl 'J'.\\ IH.t.ltrnnt : mer. 1\"
of shell
bits stale
iuec or pieced. Cream ,
time
busy transferring to the
the PALATKA Palatka In Florda's < Rill >... 111:1): .
bake about three hours then operation; Extension offi- I'nleaa said wrtlfi, i iredeemed '.
the butter
W and sugar as In making mainland That
I persons marooned on NOTICH HKItiHV HIVKN
should be turned out rack cial said. earthquake zone? The question -I according i "
on a Shi holder of Tax
Foster Smith
rich cake. Add the beaten
any property described thu ,
ffIWP& keys by a morning squall that made 1 "
when done. When cold it Is ready .- was being generally asked today .- Certificate No. 806, Issued the 6th sold. to the highest i hricourthntae ) >" .
the water too for them lo day of August, A. D 11128, has tiidcaine ,
.....rk. for In waxed CLOSED TO HUNTERS as various citizens reported a choppy door on th i 'I,
wrapping or parch office and has made
I In HP
my day .
In
the
month of D '
#LJ COLDS ment paper, and storing. I CLEARW A TER--Plnellas County tremor of the earth-or somethingat venture across Biscayne Bay in plication for a tax deed to be Issued which t the 7lh,, da ',' I i' j :. ct
I' 9:45 I! small boats. Ten who had gone theieon Said certificate embraces 1916.;t
6 6 6 nlmrods plan a general exodusto one night last week. the following 1I."rlb..d.
and out In five outboards were returnedto prop Dated thN.. 3..1. da> "i \
other counties during the 1936 Last year slizht but definite tremors ertv In the County of Bradford state 1938.

( v I FEVER of a similar nature felt Miami, and a cabin cruiser with of Florida, to-wlt: A. J THOMAS,
hunting season. Much of the coun- were East Half of Southwest Quarter '
Liqrm TABI.RTS first day WE BUY ty Is closed to hunters.of here and these were pronounced by four aboard was towed to port after of southeast Quarter & Went Cleric Bradford i of Countv.Clrcul 1
SALVE DROPS. NOSH Jr..d........ 80 California visitors admitted experts :- it had gone aground In shallow Southeast Half. of MoiitheuHt Quarter Quarter Section of 2 1t-e-5t-12-4
Minute
water.
.
ThUi Try ""Jtub-M7Ti.m"W.rI4''. Best I nOGS-CATI'LE AND cattle to avoid infestation.The as the real thing. Township 8 Mouth Range 22East. :.NOT1CK OK SI'F.14Ltjt'ift.n < | : '
Llmlment --. ., containing 40 Acres, moreor ..si
til COW HIDES bulletin is written by W. O. ARE less. Notice ,la,
YOU
BUYS FARLEY'S DESK PERFECT'lAnawering The assessment, of the said. property hereby given 'that 'ltd
Bruce of the Division of Screw- under the said certificate Issued and In accordance with th f c ..1] ojcr..e .
ARMOURS BIG CROP WE WHOLESALE MEATS worm control of the U. S. Bureauof TALLAHASSEE The New the question "Is therea was In the name of E. O. Lynn of foreclosure and sal)< Tin.
by the Court In that ,
t4w1 FERTILIZERS & FERTILIZER York Times cer'nli' au
Governor Sholtzof Adm
says standard for correct physical
Entomology and Plant Quarantine shall be pending In the ('IrcultHt
WH MATERIALS Ask For Our Smoked SausageAt Unless said certificate redeemed -
and W. J. in Florida bought the campaign measurements of a young man in according to I law, the property Bradford County Florida. In i'haeery
.
The Markets! and Grocers.You Sheely agent wherein The Fedrral Ui
Big Cash Discount to will' cold
therein be
headquarters desk used by James his twenties?" described
Fredric J.
animal Haskins Bank of Columbia. ,In.
Commission Merchants! and Will Be PleasedMth It. husbandry with the Florida to the highest bidder at the courthouse plaintiff a
A. Farley chairman of the Demo Fred .1. Pattee et *1. are defendancane .
Farmers Agricultural Extension Service. It replied: "The Society of Directorsof door on the first Monday In
Associations No. 637. the
undersigned
cratic Executive Committee. It I Education the month of January. 19.17 which III SporIIIa..t..r
Physical has
ODOM&LAWSONOpposite set the
said decree
Is by
. 14W J. L. HARRELL, Agent thirty-two pages in length \and the 4th, day of January, 1937 appointed
carries ? will rest henceforth In the executive following standard of measurements Dated this 1st day lit December, veil to the highest bidder for enat
black
. Lawtoy Fla. S. A. L. By. Depot. twenty-five excellent the South front door of the cou
and white Illustrations, in addlton mansion at Tallahassee," said I of the physically Ideal American 193 OFFICIAL*. SEAL) ty courthoune In Ntarke, BraUf..

to four color plates the the Times. Governor Sholtz is in student of 22: With a height ( A. J. THOMAS. County Florida' during; the. I.houn Ice
picturing of sale' on Monday, Decembi
St. Louis attending the governors' I of 5 feet 9 inches, Clerk of Circuit Court
screwworm and related files. >be carries a of Bradford County Florida. 7th 1938. the following denrribpremliieH

: FUNERAL DIRECTOR Florida residents can secure free conference, and his office here did weight of 159 pounds The girthof 12-4-St-l-l ty Florida. situate to-wlt In: Bradford '""oni,

copies of the bulletin on application not know about the desk. his neck knee and calf are the HHKRIFF'S II.\LI'' NWW of NWM.. and SW/ of NW(
My Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for 1\le to Render same with the and NW\4 of Sw"4 all In Section
o to the county agent or county upper arm 1 .1-2 Notice 10 hereby given that the
EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE SKUNKS SNAKES TOADS. inches less. Sheriff of Bradford Township 6 South Range 22 Ka
screwworm control The girth of his thighIs undersigned as and commencing at northeast. cn<
;
I supervisor, or
." MODERATE PRICES to the State Screwworm Control AND LIZARDS ARE USEFUL one-half an Inch less than that County of ,that Florida certain under writ and of by execu virtue ner of //IWJ. of 8WV4 of maid 8.tton .

DeWITT C. JONES FRIENDS OF AGRICULTURE of and under the Township, and Range. and n,
Office or State Agricultural Extension of his head. His expanded chest tlon 'Issued out West 210 feet South 1320 feet, Eai
Clerk of the
hand and seal of the '
Starke Florida Service In Gainesville. is forty inches, the girth of his Circuit Court of Bradford County. 210 feet thence North 1320 fi-pt
En
point of beg-lnnlnir. being 'the
GAINESVILLE!-Despite his unwholesome waist 10 Inches less, his hip girth Florida, and bearing. date the 25th.. 210 feet of Raid SW'/i\ of SWH

reputation, the skunk Is almost the same as his unexpanded day certain of October Judgment A. D.wherein 1935 on M.that A. Section 5, Township 6 South Ran
22 Kant containing. ; In thr after,
DRINKO really one of the Florida farmer's chest, while the breadth of his Smith as Liquidator for Bradford. irate 126 acres Together .vlih 'i

best friends. to J. R. waist County Hank, a corporation. 'Is plaintiff and singular the tenement. .! h.cd
CROP AND LIVESTOCK LOANS according barely exceeds the length of and T. C. Haien. A. A. HaienR. : and the'

Watson, Experiment Station ento- his foot and the stretch of his arms M. Haaen Mrs. D. W. Hasen.. O. amenD unto belonging' appurtenance; or 'in any wa a
W. Helen and M F. Hazen are defendants -
mologist.The measures 2 inches more than his ha. levied pertaining:
the undersigned
K K. PERRYllfAAe .'{.
AT 5 Pet. INTEREST
: lAT skunk Is a great destroyer height." upon and will' on Monday the 4th. Special Master In <'hn 'I i iKNKUIT
day of January A. U. 1937 duringthe
of & KNIUIIT
Insects those insects
particularly
the following
I legal hours of sale offer Attorneys for Plaintiff.
SEE that live1 in the soil and are DOKH HI.ArtDRH inillTATIONXVAKK lands for saje. ) at public outcry ll-20-3t-12-4
\OV IPf; to the highest and best bidder' _
-
LUNCH RECESS : sate from many predators! and par Its not normal. Tta nature's warnIng for cash In front of the South door \iO'l'U'Fl OF !rin\i Mtiir.n:

I asites. "True," Mr. Watson says "l>antcer Ahead." Make thin 2Bo of the Court house of Bradford SALE

AFTER SCHOOL i "the skunk's odor Is disagreeable tent. use biichu leaven juniper oil (County Florida In City of StarkeFlorida Notice ,la hereby. given that 'Jnd
West half of NWti\
Gainesville Production Credit Ass'n. and and 6 other drug.., made Into little to-wit 4, and: NK'4 of Section 5. and In accordance with the final n
; 'I persistent:'and he does like green tahleta, to fluxh out exceiia of Section 20 cree of foreclosure and aait. r.d..re" .
all In Township 7 South Range
aclda and ImptirltleH. ,
Excemi acids '
rrtn
STARKE COCA-COLA chickens but.such a conspicuously E..t. by the Court In that
can oauxe Irritation resulting In foil
get cause pending In the Clrcu!:
4 ; marked animal ban be avoided easily up nlghta, scanty' flow, frequent Also Commencing' nt Northeastcorner of Bradford Floc its. I
"FARMER OWNED" I.'fr: : County
of of SWV4\ of Section
BOTTLING HWVi\ :
CO.
burning backache and .
and It is not difficult to shut pnlnta. Junt leg 8, Township 7 South Mange 20 Eastand (Chancery, wherein The Federal LA"i
nay Buketa to
your '
up fowls at night so they will be drugglMt. In four day.. If not pleaded run thence /South 6JO feet. for Bank of ColumMn la plaIntiff defer"
Scott R. Swindell et al.
arc
318 E. Main St. S. Gainesville Fla. 25c will point of beginning thence run Went ,
: safe.'" your be refunded. Mitch unili rplgnSpecial
ell's Drug. Store. 200 feet, thence South 172 feet, to nntn. caa No. 683. the ,

Other much,maligned and unap- right of way of S. A. t. Railway.th..n..e Ma-ter by said I lit 'J'
pointed will veil to the hitch
-- East 200 thence North
)0 Al.l WHOM IT MV tOM'KII\i feet .. .
preciated animals that are friends tier for cash at the South fr< .1' >'
.
OR Notice In. hereby given of a hear- 172 feet t point of beginning. In of In Stark
of the farmer are toads, frogs, ing to be held In the Court House Section' 8, Township 7 7 South. Range Bradford the county County court Florida house during !U
""n the city of Starke State of Flor 20 }' ...t. .
snakes and legal hour of Hale. Mondm nccmber
the entomol- on
lizards
ida, on Tuexday the 8th day of H.. A. (). ANDREtr 'hiitcrlbed d
i COUNTY AGENTS OFFICE Starkei ogist points out. Toads and snakes cember,, A where. I>. 111, at 10'00 A. M.o'clock Sheriff 12-4-St-l-l of Bradford County Florida. 7th property 1936 the ltuate follo;" Hr! '

: especially are very valuable be Interented. partieswill ford heard with reference to aproponed NWli\ of NC>' .. ".tall ::
: friends of the farmer and revlnlou. of iII.:4tlFF"6 Htl.H 4
they prices of milk In Section 94, 'rowneltip *"*
'M PURINA POULTRY CHOWS/ and' cream In the BHADFOKIlC01 Notice Is A. '
should be protected Instead of per TNTY r.Srr..rlffetW; : dTio J Mouth Range 22 Kant contain iff
Marketing Area. O Andreu, as acres more or lwn., Tugeth' ''
: SISTRUNKFEED secuted. Toads eat large numbersof The purpose ,of Bald hearing" Is to County, Florida, under and by virtue the tenements, heredltamenappurtenancea "
Y Insects and it is this fondness receive evidence upon which the of that certain writ of execution thereto belong
I r )'J & SEED CO. Milk Control Hoard may baxe. an or Issued out of the office and under I In anyway appertaining
for the pests that attracts them to der governing the price of milk and the hand and seal I of the. Clerk of H. K. PERRY fAN.
ream. In aald. area. anil to conHlder. the Circuit Court of Bradford Countv
electric lights at night he An Special. Master ,In 'I'
? STARKE FLORIDA explains.
Announcement-v such other mat tern an may properly Florida' and bearing date the KNIIIMT & KNIOHT
Frogs, too are valuable as Insect come before the Hoard.. 21th. day of October, A. 1>. 19315, on Attorneys for plaintiff
All dairymen. and members. of the that certain Judgment wherein M A. ll-20-8t.lZ- .
destroyers but the fact that
,
fi they ,
public me Invited to be preMeut Inperaon Smith as Liquidator for Bradford
are seldom found far from water or by attorney and participate County Dank a corporation I Isplaintiff IN eiiiniT {:O RT. iin ,i>FonCM'MTV
puts a certain limit their In iialil, meeting.Ftt)1tU.t : and +. C. Husen. A. A. ICa- (. I'. illMKHV' :
on use
MILK CONTKOI'; BOARD Zen, K :M Hazen Mm. I>. W Haxen CITY OF STARKE. A Mun' !Ir, '
fulness. Tree toads which are real- W. Henry Bryant Dlrec'toi. ? U'o\ '. Hazen, R. F. Hazen and L. A.
I ; are defendants, I have 'leviedIap'n Corporation
: Wefhave most "modern C Storage ly frogs are very good friends of >OTIO! \ ami will on Monday the 4th. Plaintiff'

man In that they destroy many In- Not"tee I. hereby. given to .all whom dny of January A. l>. 153?, during v. ,.c
It may conc'rn that I, T. Frank. the legal. hours of sale, and In front rtonnnT MCWAIJT:: and pr" \,
sects in trees ,
and bushes. l.andrtim. ... luurdlan of William of 'the South door of the Court, house MCWAIN, his wife, JolnerJKBT '
and MeatCurinPIaiitThCiiti'alFlorida- Snakes generally considered repulsive Anthony Andrewx a minor will on of Bi.ad ford (Countv, In Starke, Flor MCVAIh..r: hut: V M1':!
the 28th duy of December. ida next friend: and EMILY: L
193A apply offer the following lands for '
t. animals, destroy large to ":. K Perrymun, County Judge sale at puhlli outcry to the highest. surviving widow and ftnle. i '
withamodernamokehouaeJnjconnection.NO numbers of Insects The largerones for Bradford County Florida, at hi. and best bidder. for cash. for the pur- the Estate nf n t. AMF.f:
office/ In "Htarke Florida. at 2 none of satisfying said, Judgment, to. and DOHA HEIXEfiRODT
exert a very noticeable control o'clock. I*, M. or aa. noon thereafteran wit: Defendant

g: O'.' i over rats mice and even rabbits can t be heard for authority to sell 8E"4 of NKV, and KV& of SEiin ORItRIi OP pt til.IC\1'IOS,
,;:J-..".+: at private Hale, the entire Interest "Section. lit. Township Six South. THE STATE OF FLOUinA
",, .. fir; I on the farm, Mr. Watson asserts and eHtate. of mild 1 minor In and to Kange. ll p Rust. ; Also, Lot 7 anti TEl ROBETIT MCWAIN. BER'rHMCWAIN

;? .- ..'" :oi. I "When St. Patrick banished the following dewrlhed. property In South half of lot 8 In Section 31 EMILY L. AMES, ,:/' '
: INCREASE IN PRICES : = I StarkeFlorida. TO-WIT' : Township Six South Hang 20 F.a..tia ; Ing widow and sole I heir to t
; : lfI :.: all the snakes from Ireland he The East 4m-j feet of Iotn One .. ..i-d, i'
10; .... (1)) I" Tx>ts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. and North tate I> I Amen Uecea ,
:,,: 1'i, ./: should have been more discriminating and Three (3) of Block Eighteen halt of Lot II In Section. 8, Township DOHA }HBINERROr. all ot wn'
:. ;
j .';1" ..... ...:. (IX) of Town of Starke, more par Seven South Range 20 East. are residents of a State or/: inn
II I ''.clc 50 ..... and banished only the poisonous ticularly deacrlbed an beginning at A, C). ANHREU unknown to the Plaintiff herein.;;
112 ones" The only snaked that the Houthwent, corner of Intersection Sheriff of Bradford County Florida' .. -- Take Notice that the Plaintiff' _,.,"
iIliv of Call and Walnut Street at corner J2-- t-I-1 filed Its Bill of Complaint :5S"'-
? ; We Specialize In Sugar Cured Meats f } should be killed are the various of brick atore situated at nald you and each of you In the aboY'

.4 MNOLE species of rattler, moccasin, coral I Street 'Intersection running thence %tVTKH VtIK entitled cam... seeking the foro"lo,
: snake Went .along Mouth line of Call Street Notice ,In hereby given that 'In acLnrclanca ur. of a Paving Lion over the fo.
7' WEINVITEYOURINSPECTIONGAINESVILLE I and the copperhead. All and along a brick wall .6' feet with the final' decree ot towing property In the City
: others, the entomologist explains more or 'le.., to the center line of a forecloaure and ...1. rntere. by 8t.rke. Bradford County ri.id>
lACKS ON VILLE party wall now existing between. the Circuit Court of Bradford. Coun. to-will ,
1:1': J are not only harmless but are high- the property hereunder conveyed ty Florida. In Chancery In that cer Lotll Five ((5). SIx (8) and Sev
1 ( FLORIDA ly beneficial. and property now occupied by J. M tain cauae therein pending wherein (7) of Block Sixteen (It) 'In-Hjj,
Alvares running thence South along 1\(. A. Smith aa. Liquidator of Bradford Ingaton Truby Addition to thr wj
CHARLK GliNtS,M... .. Snakes are" particularly good center line of wall and an extension County Bank la Plaintiff and of Stark,

% ( ICE & YOUR .....1...... ....... ..... SMUI.l.i..nI friends of watermelon grower. of thereof 107 feet In a utralght and 9 Inches line it, dlatanace more or John the nndernltrned W. Lewis et special al.are defendant, and It la ordered. that you and tc !.e Jr

.. 0 MUM ml ..... laeertwu M d'... mtttiit, If unmolested! they will save him !I..., to a fence now standing on aid decree appointed will master by of you are hereby required Comptalr
nell to the of
....po..l, iHMM-kte"koMl ......... ill At. .lx.ttel many dollars of ruined crops) by South 'line of Mid Lot 3. runninthenc. highest. bidder for each at the South In pear, said to the .acid Monday Bill Pe"nb.
caune on
.....*.10..jKliwovilU.. E. e..10! Eait along South line of said front door of the County Court the .JI"/l..tlo/ fl
j : I .... .n d. .*...,. ..it' ..t.,7.i... '.... destroying and devouring mice \in Lot ..and along said fence a distance House In Stark. Florida during' the of 7th.said 1938.BUI otherwise of Complaint willtnk..n

I Y COLD STORAGE CO. ..di... n.j dug' .0.......", ...d. .101o _.. his fields. It has been estimated of In 45L We, 'feel line more of Walnut or lens Street to a point legal. hour of,aale on Monday Dceembpr aa confessed by. ycu ", '. fur,, ',

: print ..-' *d. U more or to
ot
point Tao
AllCOCKTAIL acre of watermelon County Florida to-wlt County
CONOITIONID :
plantings In Bradford j jI
!
beginning, at of |i
corner eald brick 8EU of SI'Jof
\ Section
I LOUNGI 22. Town. publnneaBradford
COrftl SHOP graph, a newipaper
tore at Intersection of I
making replanting Call
and '
necessary.The ship 7 Smith
Rang 20 Kant also
.1. L. MC.n. Florida.
GEORGE .rl
,
\ i -R-Sial.ntIi" P.M.. B.aI Walnut Streets In said Town' ofStarke 94W'4 and County oIU"I..1 l. ]
prety chameleon and aU oth- =::'tloo.t; SWtt of SRH of Wltneaa my hand. and }
;Jtl t II, I I TSReewttOO BCRo ...J7.SO I except the South. 20 feet of 22 TownshIp 7 Mouth, Kangetogether of thl. Court at Starke Eradt'. ,J
er lizards in Florida harmlessand eald described lands.Which
Phone 1201 N. Grove St.Gainesville I 40 Rom $300 t4Reo.nS3.50-. I are acid application will' be 20 East. County., Florida thli ItO< ''
,1 1067. I 19 Spta l_ ..A. are foes of insect: pests. with the tenement. here November 1938
'JJ I : ft** b* StOO I baaed upon the petition now on file dltam.nt,_. and
I -S/b. ,l........._- "It behooves every farmer, for In County Judge's Court Bradford appurtenance thereto A. .1. THOMAS.c."r',

" ). tjfl Florida __oI.. < t OUMB H.l.t. his own good to protect skunks, (;"November minty. Florida.26. 193. bl As'ttp.eiai. ntf.lntf.eRRYl\IAN.Master Clerk Bradford Circuit Count.. Fim.LOFFICIAL St.A .
In
: : HOIIlrAMIM(I___.. V. V HOIItCIIOTO 3..._....a. snakes, toads, frogs and lizards" T Guardian.FRANK LANDRCM. KNIGHT a ENIOI1T! Chancery T. FRANK UkNDRUMAttorney (

'I j Fm- the AU"rn.y. for Plaintiff'
: ----------- --- : ------ entomologist avers. ia-4-1It.-l.1 I 11-21.2t-12-4 for Plaintiff.
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CHURCH DIUECTOB'SBAPTIST PAGE 8111:
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SAMUEL -- 0--
HOFKINS --
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ADAMY : whoa" popularity i.'\d! good looks! al, invitation to the ,,,.,
(liST B. Price. Pa storlO'domah a .flAt she Jealously resent 1 ini one day Mr, rimberlnko fascinating Kvrous" men 10 their pear of BUY 2,000 PIGS
mind.
Jev. i o'clock I : wJ' euV1 T'I' On- sought! H prlvit-( i-onfi-rcnoe MAFUANNA .lack son County
a m John Eaton,
9apG O I .,Ith Jackson and ,. nmpletely recovered "I think the first two points are farmers J W Malone. county
?; lit
$ i 97arbJedlrt'm rile! 'mpt I'll to I from his
Injury and the Secretary
I new -
!! / r METttO force the issue Doubtful: nrnllet.1 Peggy agent, said, have bought 117,41631
11 a. m. r ,* GOtOWVN.MAYER ? of War, ,
,
l.n was
PeggYlescol.t!
lgvrning ? worth of stock from the western
I ti15! R I "No. they're not. Peggy renll
1,.p Worehp.7:30: l irvJJVJ /UALSEY! RAINES "As yi"ur. official/ First Lady" Sight of the two arriving together ed that Eaton was locking at her drought areas during the last two
ie
.,. : p. m. Jhat I Uncle suiil it s my duty to warn you. I i ,art Mrs Beall and her cohorts In- .n fur from a casual! manner. months Malone made arrange-
Meeting Wednes- Andrew that 0 H veritable of 'j
teachers you cannot I spasm sarcasm. ments In Kansas. City for farmer '
r jS p n:> p IlL I l \\ hUll hap- 'ml don leave him say -ain't' or I Iglt' force such a person down the I "Did you hear the latest?" saidLouisa "What do ;you' recommend to Im- here to buy pigs and cattle In sections -
: "
''I y service, W.aMethodist |pone HO far throats Abbot prove things she asked, with an
I i Jd.week Prayer r!I t : I could never bear that folks Washington society. : "Poor Emily Donfl- I where farmers were suffering

y 8 p D1, I Peggy O'Sraie should snigger at him, like they "Who said anything about forc- son couldn't stand !It any more and I engaging laugh losses from the prolonged dry
I l'mU /-. r.I m b e r I she have at me. You'll help him. won't In," Jackson replied "Peg's got had to go back to TonnesNcc" "That you give up being a wid weather .

\ C'Il1lrcbBev w chnrmf ,;ou. Peggy" where he is go far on her "A common barmaid paradingnow OW" returned Eaton without hesitation .
t own -- --- -----------------
Pastor. "f daughter He pressed her arm and
B M Montgomery ofUuHhlngton al4J Sobbing, her arms danged pretttness and horse as White Housl'hOlte..s'\ ," replied : took Eaton's guiding hand, her
i.. Sunday School-10 a m. ? 'M\\' Innkeeper Rache '11 waist, clasped about sense" Mia. Beall "It's an affront to his eyes! told un expressive story. thoughts In a dace
11 : d J Peggy promised Peggy to whom this declarationcame
Worship- a. m. : whosehuhhund "
public ,
uoroinz[ that she would "She's not recognized by society -- decency. (Next week: Peggy has anotherdramatic
:43: as an abrupt surprise did not
League- p. m. ti dim In
Ep!: onh : Rachel's morbid ," Emily responded heatedly. "What we ought to do Is leave," meeting with John Randolph -
"
Worship, 7:30: p. m. }'l\ naval service prophecy was know what to reply. The orchestra
Evening 'a I fulfilled She lived "Besides all Washington is talk- said Loiilan and tin finally tells her of
r .
,_ only a short
are mvitcJ: : t3 all these servo trie to forget I Into lilting waltz, and she the real state of his ,
fou I 1-: '..; he In time after the evening of the riot, ing- "So we will, If this creature insists swung feelings"; )
punt
? aa. B t :hand when her husband placed her Peggy, who had accidentally Intruded on showing herself off"' answered -
.f aorking for
Presbyterian Church y et' i- .andlduey of :they In her grave he burled his heart at that moment, needed only Mrs Beall. I BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull

George H. Lowry Pastor there also. a glance to determine the drift When the dance music started
U4V friend Gen. lln- of Canketjt A Undertaker Supplies I
n.t t "I Sunday Services: drew JuckNon. At a reception An.1 One week after her death, with of (the conversation. Wens of fashionably attired couples AMBULANCE BPtRViUw
L o Sabbath School. pn after | the first snowflakes of I the moved forward to the ballroom
10 00 a Jnckaon's election a bund season "Everywhere I go I seem to find DAY AND NIUUT
n ,j,00 a m Morning Worship. of heoklurs Insult the Grnerul's 1 I flying through the air, he drove people talking about me," she floom. The anvil-chorus ofPeggy's 53 PHONE 53
Young People's Vesper out with Peggy to Rachel enemies kept up an under-
wile .
a 4 30 p m and drive him to the point a grave. smiled."I O. II. BENNETT Mgr.
: Service of As he bowed his head there he cover barrage of whispering as
leaping Into the "A HOME-LIKE
1 crowd suppose! you know, said Emily
Sermonette by Pastor. made no pretense of hiding his every masculine! eye in the hall
fiercely to Jackson
"that
Mr.
IqNI Service: emotions. focused itself approvingly on thegraceful INSTITUTION"r
Hidweek[ CHAPTER Calhoun
EIGHT says this woman will soon \
r f 1.30 p m. Mission Study. "It's no use" he muttered, half be the REAL President! gliding figure of Secre- k

30 m Prayer Service. Even in to himself. "I ain't got the tary Eaton's partner.
1:: p the dim 'II spirit
light
I Jackson's "In
keen to face It without my humble opinion; returned When the couple walked across
'l Ko.ewood Baptist Church responsible: eyes could for make out the man Peggy, Rachel a you.farewell words Jackson, a slow grin comingover the floor after the dance, and Peggy For Expert Repairing't

a gw L. O. Hemingway, Pastor Rachel the remark about ringing In her ears, his face, "she'd make a dang became conscious of the abrupturning
her
and slipped
( services every Sunday. Bible he drove his way toward arm through his. sight better President than John C. of backs as she passed she ll llSmith's
him.
SludY 10:1:1: : a, m. Services at 3:30: astonished For by a the minute the crowd "Uncle Andy," she said, "you'rethe would!" glanced up at her companion.

clDCk In afternoon. General's tem- most The controversy over Peggy's "Do know
erity, remained immobile Important President thiscountry's you any special rea GaragePhone
.tr BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH there was a united ; then I i ever had. You've sot to social status did not keep her away son why they should hate me?"
movement to!
face from one of the red-letter events she asked.
Rev L. A, Donntey Pastor hem him In. With sticks and rifle I everything and you're going
t Services every first Sunday. butts raised in air, the hecklers i to. of the Washington season, the ball 1 "Off hand, I can think of three," 120 "' '
given the Dutch Minister
Naa by The
I 1 Emily Donelson basked In the returned Eaton.
Sunday School, 2:30: p. DL81ble seemed ready to atop at I
nothing.
glory of her position as Presides latter gentleman, despite opposition ".What are they? '
I
Study and Prayer Service John
Randolph and Senator Wrecker Service Day Night
tlal niece The only fly in the from his wife, had assumed or
oint-
"You're
jnery Saturday night. Eaton were the first out of the ', beautiful, you've clever,
{ inn in Jackson's defense. Forging ment was the presence of Peggy the privilege of extending a person and, third, you're a widow a dan, -cssO
t tIi St Mark's Episcopal Church their i I
way through the mob with an -
j -
Morning prayer and Sermon on Invincible
determination, they flay-, I ,
I '
:ie! second and fourth Sundays at ed about on all sides Reinforce- a

j a. m. Holy Communion Saints ments from the tavern
to
came ,
Days at to a. m. Litany and choir Join them, but It was the reserved 1 1t

,f practice avery'Frlday night at 7:30MISMON : Randolph and the immaculate t

, 'i }m, I Eaton (neither of whom
', one could
.I'j.I! -- --. -- associate with open battle who

,, Ernest Thornquest;; HALL, as, teacher to literally their willPeggy's forced the rabble to bend I j I, BIGGE ST AIR EVENT i

.1 gave an earnest discussion of the
!Infers along the Jerico Road thoughts, as she stared !
fearfully through the I
1 then the class gathered, despite seething i

J 1J :ie! rain for and their cold Bible, on study Tuesday e..e.nlng occasion forMs went, five back years to before that when other i il l

j
I, the poison of mob fury had turned
Facts almost forgotten In the I i
Itself loose in the courtyard of the
aodern trend of reckless thinking
' Franklin Inn. She of Bow
thought ,
'II
e ,I ud living, were presented In a '

;.)p, ny deeper that thinking will doubtless and prayerful result cultivation in how an her upper joyous he would window warrior have;, she leaping plunged imagined from Into i i' IN HISTORY OF BRADFORD COUNTY


" the crowd now, an Ineffaceable I

,( He: Mission group demonstrate i smile! upon his'face j
nekly their enthusiasm loyalty
.1 The men who had reached Jackson's -
.1i I ,
i ud appreciation of the blessings ,
side formed
a little cordon
{ cloyed day by day, and bring :, about him, affording

ii i i cnpture, testimony and song and I| protection. But they, were temporary outnumbered -I' s

,': in pile never at the too weary meetings.to be In their ,] nor could they match the CUB CONVOY STARKE-AIRPORT :

i tactics of the crowd. Two clutch-
""Enemies of Christ" will be the
: 'i iI
) ing arms came from behind Eaton, '
topic next week and there will be
I
j I and Hung him to the ground. A''
pedal music, In addition to the'
i r tody heavy, grinding boot trampled on I, # CONSISTING OF = TUESDAY AFTERNOON ,r
his face. Randolph was driven J
' A splendid meeting was reported
aside, clubbed by an unseen as- ''
!
sailant. Henry Clay drew a sword, I
Noble White and this week
; but it was useless In the of 50 PLANES
:lit meeting will be herd with Mrs. press DECEMBER 8
" figures about him. There was a''
' F. A. Scott, president, Friday af-
! pistol shot from the rim of the I
imoon at 3 o'clock.
! -... fighting throng, a sharp scream, '
then ominous silence. In another !'
.
MM
SHUNTED. FROM STATE I'
1 moment there would be an answering 1 I
1t JACKSONVILLE-The Florida shot and mass murder would I .


t Motor tockade'/ estimated Patrol against, conducting that penniless by this a "border transients weekend !-- be"Cease turned! loose.From the balcony j I ; LARGEST ASSEMBLAGE OF PRIVATE PLANES IN U. S. '

" above came a booming voice that I
; It will have flushed 2,000 hitch-
" carried all the impact of a roll of i
Ming rod-riding and flivver-
thunder. "In the name of the j
iriving Itinerants and shunted
r :them! from the state. Constitution of the United States, Starke is distinctly honored by the opportunity to play host to the Cub Con- 1 ,
"
I call td disperse!
" No upon less magnificent you a voice, no I voy on its way from Atlanta to Miami. Plan to spend the afternoon in Starke '

" : less tremendous a personality than I and at the airport to see this awe-inspiring: sight. You may never have another '
Daniel Webster's could have had
') any effect at that moment. But chance to see a mass formation of such magnitude at your local airport.

!, under the magnetic spell of the The Convoy is made up of famous flyers who will risk their lives to see that 1
orator from Massachusetts, the

I jI j dfDO crowd into spontaneous wavered, turned applause., then broke you have an afternoon of entertainment. '-" ;, !


I "Black Dan!" they cried. "Con

Speech stitution! Dan Speech! Webster!" Webster! I The local appearance of the Convoy is made possible by contributions from the following: i

THIS when you For fifteen minutes Webster addressed

the crowd, cajoling, demanding '
wake up with a entreating, finally win- Beasley's Service Station Sistrunk's Feed and Seed Co. W. P. Smith

ning them over completely. Meanwhile

Headache those who had fallen In the j Charley E. Johns S. R. Johns Sternberg'sMagnolia

fight had been carried inside. Jack

ENJOY RELIEF IEPORE son was safe and unacratched, but I Hotel W. A. Bessent Jacobs'

VOU'VC: FINISHED DRKSStPO Eaton, who was to occupy a leadIng I ""Li

i place in the new Cabinet had Bank of Starke W. M. Edwards Stump's Store 1.

received a serious head Injury. I 'f .: .,
-
Buyer TabletsDiraoJev Randolph, who was lying on 'a
Torode Chevrolet Co. 3 Friends Barber Shop :
Almost couch with a disabled arm, look Tip Top Grocery I

IntlantlywBr. ed at Peggy strangely as she bent 1

r .I. I .Y y r.. over Eaton, then turned his face Wilson Realty Co. Suwannee Store Bradford County Telegraph

earn Nh. "-."r..L" ..-. away, with a sigh. Dr. W. E. MiddletonMitchell's i
effect of the. bat- Marguerite's
".r'. la .u.__ The emotional Canova PharmacyBrown's

::. .::.::-.;.::-.: tle on Rachel Jackson was a to tragic her Drug Store
'I. "".a at lIP one. When Peggy came Pharmacy StoreStandard /
.... Quality
.U..tt MM UM hrt. room to see her she was shocked by '

I fe lil'Ulrallaf...,.,..of..Ik.I. glM'101II What 11 H_to I.;.,.. sight swollen of her eyes."Wicked extreme. pallor her red Bradford Hardware Co. Hart Furniture Co. Oil Co. thI' s ( ,

.
.
.
"-ywr.. r r can folks be!"so she wicked murmured.: She"How took ,, H. C. Wall J. H. Denmark T. Frank Landrum

Peggy's arm. "But It doesn t matter -

When you wake up with a head now. I'll never set foot In the Priests lOc Store Coca Cola E. C. Priest '

!ache, lo this: Take two quick-art- President's new White House"
'"f.9Ulck-dl8ftolviU BAYER ASPI- "What do you mean?' asked
.
little w.ter."U

nine!the chsnces lime uou've in ten finished yoiTI!dreuI"p. feel- Peggy"I'm,slcker'n startled.you think for," said ,

w'f' coming Rachel. "The doctor told me:' She I! Watch for Santa Claus

this.Genuine Bayer Aspirin provides pressed one finger to her lips "The o
rated "
quick relief because it u Gln'ral. he mustn't know.
'r hel mong' the quickest methods for re- "Aunt Rachel vou'll be all =
&clence has discovered.
yet
Try! it this way. But uk for it by right, said Peggy, helplessly!
'
I'I'' i<. full name BAYER ASPIRIN :boklng back her tears. WILL ARRIVE IN AN
I 81)1 by the name "aspinn" ..lose.iSC "I don't care about myself" responded HE

the other. "But I want you

roe to promise one thing. Them women '
aooa folk around here are goln' to ''d

2 = make it tough for you just like AIRPLANE
,
errn2ScVtrtually
they tried to for me. 'Cause you're

purty an clever, they'll like as not a'"c

1c.tablet turn double strong against ye r. AH I 1,41 ji
: scalrt.
I got to say is. don't get

.-_*!o _ro Nr rum m.rmm oarou and keep a watch on the Gin'ral.l j '.JI .d- -" __---.n.._ __..:.. ; ',.,_-_ _..;. i

l Don't let him rear up In a .
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f1i' l AGE EIGHT BttADPOKD COUNTY TETJCOHAPH._ !STARKK._ _FLORIDA'_ :_ __ ________ ____ _FRIDAY_ _, DECEMfEn 1 I j l
_. --- _, __ __ ___ ---- --- -- -i ------
-- "- '- '------
r -' REPI'nU'ANS DE\D SHIPPER PLEADS FOR MABRA 'HARRELL I6O Ai,res. more or lessCertlfliate meek i. i I..t. i
; Bradford '' No. 115 embrace North l lots 1 I. 4, :i, 7 ,..,
( I f County Telegraph A major political party can survive BETTER PACK OF BERRIES I half of SfiutheaMt Quarter and lots. -. ::1. 4, V+ of i
SIG's'' a long period of defeat of Its BURIEDMabra Southeast Quarter of $outheaat(1carter Lincoln' <'hy' ..?, ," 'I
11, \ 7 the MU of '
TowJihhlp
Section I thr
1t Established 1877 Presidential candidates -- as the (Continued From Page One I D. Harrell 35>>, native of Mouth, Range 21 East!: containing 8 Snug. R *_j j,KJ|.- .'
1 Democratic Party which didn't with them. I believe if all berries Bradford County died last Friday I 120 .Vires. mole or less \\'hkh Nil. ;::1'1 I ,
Vo. taB embraces South baneJ on ;,
: MEMBER = even get close to control of the shipped from Stnrke and Lawtey night of an heart attack while half Certificate of Northwest' Quarter and .In ('uuntyludg|- 1'' '
i'' =-71 White louse In 1920. 1924 and during the past four years had working In his store in Gainesville.His I Northeast. Quartet of Southwest' County. Flt.rM, \;" d

lr V 'Fr LORIMPRESS ASSOCIATIONS \ 1928. 80 vividly demonstrates to- been number one pack growers brother V L, Harrell is recov- Quartei Qtiartci, and Section!South half 11 Township of l Southwest> 7 D"nl..r, T :'II.\, i I"t ".

1935 V) would have realized five cents more ering from Injuries received in a Mouth. Range. 21 Bust, containing
day.But I 200! Acres, more or le..s.. 12-4-Ct-l-l
did. Since a before 1
I .,' J0WXVId. 'J lotcdct' yj can a major party survive per pint than they hunting accident the day I 1H-27 of Certificate No. 140 embraces -
( an election In which Its officeholders poor pack selling a competitionwith near Lake Butler. The two with I: West half of Northeast" Quarter I, 1'11.1 t'll", ,
r .. .. I'I'anothel' I I I
and West half of SoutheastQuarter '
!
will down trio 1.1.ORIht. .
-- a good pack bring brother composed a ::1'.11"11 11",1'
"
--who are the sole source of the and West half Section 18 ( ,
'UII.tl'I"
;! Published 'eeldy on'Fridays and Entered as Second Class patronage that Is so vital to any I Ithe price of the good berries the on the trip.Funeral I Township 7 South' Rang 21 Hast 10'0111) ('01 t'\'\1'\\\tI""II/I/ lilt'
X Starke FloridaE. who a gradenot services were held at 2 containing. 480 Acres, more or les. .:it-. 'I\ 11\\
Matter at the Post Office I at political machine- are reduced to puts up poor Ceitlflgate Xo. 141 embrace* Kast. HMlOWNMRS ,
_.. ---- the lowest number In history? only hurts himself/ but every o'clock Sunday afternoon at New half of Northeast Quarter "ndN'.rlh".t COItl'ORATIl.Sporatlon) !< i ,

-i-1 _________ .Editor and Owner one else Hope Baptist Church near Brook. j Quarter of Northeast. org 11" i? 'I I
L. Matthews. ____ I That question is now being: considered Quarter and Mast: half of SoutheastQuarter existing undfH, i ,
"It looks aa if we will have a er and Interment was In New Hope Section 14 Township 7 virtue of the !laCnngreaa I'
? '
-- - -- privately by Republican South, flange 21 Kast, t:
this and the containing of ,
I large season n I .1
il. SUBSCRIPTION RATE leaders,-and publicly by practically crop Cemetery. 2UO Acres, more or .less. States of Am.. ,, ,
u i
I more the commission houses have' He la survived by his wife; one 4-7 of Certificate No. 142 embrace Plaintiff. J

Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance all of the country's publicist I to handle the stronger the compe- son, Mabra D Jr.; a daughter I Northwest Quarter of Section 14 vs MOHTOAm; i If'' ,'". .
I
$1.50 : I
Yearly ,
I ; and political columnists. Township 7 South Range 21 East, I.I W ANDREWS. zl I
,
IIIon( among them to get fair Yvonne; his mother. Mrs. Eva I containing too( Acre, more or Ie.... Defendant Ml .n. II '
c Advertising Rates on Application Under the American elective system prices for the growers. So It will i Edwards Harreli; one sister. Miss half Certificate' No. 151 embrace North OIIDKIt: Of pi 111.1117'10\
1 I of Northwest and
""" .. ." __ a party can receive a respect. pay> farmers as never before to do Geneva Harrell. St Petersburg!! ; half of SoutheastClcarter Quarter of Northwest North TO: JOHN"a 0'1'1.1 F7. HUlt'1'0 'PI'.:,, "
'- able popular vote and still be out their level beat to put up a good and three brothers, M. O and Guy | Quarter Section 24 Township poratlon, rf lC; s
American eats it. 7 Mouth! 21 East,
Range
squash-an containing YOU
An Englishman plays ARP. IU
when the time tU
In the cold comes '
pack of number one berries. Harrell of Brooker: and V. L. 100 Acre, more or lase. that a null. .. has been li I''I",, '
o For calling the roll in Congress Harrell. of Lake City. 123-130 of Certificate No. 4DR em you In the Circuit >ro -i IJ''
l brace* South half of Northea..tQu..rt..r ford
County,
; ;lv f There's never a closed] season for shooting bull, or kill- State legislatures and municipal The DeWitt C. Jones Companyhad of Northeast Quarter andSmith by Home Owners Florida! r..c.. "u 10
councils. That Is what happenedto charge of arrangements half of Northeast Quarter and a. corporation organize. >! '111
ing time. Republicans In the debacle of TOO LATE South half of Northwest Quarter of. Ing under and by virtu. th"I 'I\
Northwest Quarter and SoutheastQuarter of the Congress. .
Landon of the fellows who fed of the I "ltd gt,
1936. Governor polled plenty were of Northwest Quarter and of America: that the
o around 37 per cent of the popular TO CLASSIFYB hot coffee and free doughnuts in I Southwest Quarter of Northwest suit la. to foreclose a"nit, "''IOR.""f I
Quarter less 3.14 Acre West of Rail-
of the following
buying a new
You may now have the great privilege vote-yet received only 1 1-2 per France and have'never forgottenit way Southwest corner and Northwest described and; I
i '. Madison ;
automobile tag. cent of the Electoral College vote. f KAYI.eretarrhrl.rlaa and because of the fact, they Quarter of Southwest Quarter nor of andFHaItStreet,
I less 1.48 Acres In
Free AH.*. Southwest corner the Town of Starke Si i
Republican candidates throughoutthe have a warm apot in their hearts Section Township 7 South. Range run. Mouth along the Fin Ea \Sr: :.
'
o country polled about 17.0OO- for the Salvation Army and whena I] Kant,Its. containing 236 Acres, mote By 5trTet: to the Vortixast. *.\ ,

When a politician wants to insult another politician he 000 votes as against about 27,000- I don't know whether the Salvation girl comes along with a tambourine or Certificate. No. 481.enlbr.! East thence npr ef East Bay and along LaFuyett the North: 8irf rid, ,

+ calls him a politician. 000 for the Democrats yet they Army ever held a patent on they dig down In their pocketsand corner half except Fast: of 4 Acres Railway In and Southeast North. North LaFayette along. Street the. to a -ctrec-t. ,' u,,,, \
p West ,
I1 i were victorious In only a microscopic the Idea of collectln' money in a contribute to the last dime; half of Northwest Quarter and East. street to Madison $L'e"'d |

t; prI proportion of the contests tambourine of not, but if they did< The unfortunate parts of It Is, northwest In Acres.. of Southeast Quarter of West along. the SoulhId.: Ih..
Quarter and East IS
rI Usually when you prepare for a rainy day, it's your Best example of this Is the it must have run out for now la ; a lot of 'em dig down without ever Acre.* of Northeast Quarter of Madison ginning Street Said block topl of? land,f

soak seems that everybody is doln' it. ; checkln' up and today thousands Southwest Quarter. and South half Ing 21 feet East and Wem >n
friends who you. House of Representatives. It was I of Southwest Quarter except right North and 486 feet. North .
.t r universally conceded before November Now the Salvation Army la one I and thousands of dollars that are of-wav Road 13 Section' 18 Township Bounded on the North bj iml Mad S.
.
o organization I'm'strong for and it intended for the Salvation Armyare 7 South' Range 22 East containing Street. West bY Bay. Street r s'
3, that the Republicans AOA\( Acres, more or I....". by raFayette Stret, Has ,
An expert says skunks destroy insects. We are still op- would make gains. Irrespective of just naturally burns me up to .see goln' into fake tambourine The assessment. of the said property and known a* the J !(]In i.U MO"

posed to gas warfare however. who won the Presidency Democ- all these chiselers mu clln' in on waved around by racketeers who under Wi.the 185.said 1811.certificate 16-27 of 140* numbered 141, described: .'I land excepting. or par friin?:'I,'1 ''hr,t at I

ratic spokesmen said hopefullythat their racket. have no more connection with that 4-7 of 161, Issued the 6th ,day ofSeptember land deeded. to J. I. 1'eek .It .cr,
A. I>. In the
1932.
was a. follows: '
q o these gains would not amount For several years In larger towns worthy Institution than Christopher name of Horr and Porter. and certificate corner of Madison cotnmcn.'hg and Ho i loath,, !! .
who fighting the New Deal since the Columbus, and I for one amgettttn' numbered 121-130 of 46S and In the Town of tr
The only ones are to more than 20( or 30 seats while and even in some of the smaller Mark Plni'
489 Issued the 2nd. day of July, A
thence run South KaM
tired of it on .Ide
k' Vl election are those who got the clubs. Republicans claimed they would ones, folks representing or claim- l LS, 1914.: wa In the name of John F. Hay Street 134 feet. then F:..,
gain well over 100 seats Non-par- In' to represent some trick religious Now I'm not sayln that some HorrCnles SO feet;; thence run Not, ''I I, I::: r
a, o I of these imitation organizationsare said certificate shall be thence run West to pall, ,,f'hf
,1 tisan commentators have been anklln' redeemed according to law the
4 placed Repub- organization properties nlng 84 feet said paremini! I IIng
The chief difference between common and horse sense lican gains at 40 to 00 seats. around shakln' a tambourine underur not cloln' good. On the contra. descilbed therein will be void In the Northwest C.H, ,,r lilf
to the bidder the CourtHlu'e
highest at known HS J. ft l. Alvar ,
is the number of times you say "nay." Actual result was startling Instead noses. Some of 'em wear costumes ry, some of 'em.probably are and door on the first. Monday In all In Bradford r".ount ri ,,1 d' ,
the month of which
of after money they collect la put to thll January tl31. I
the uniforms
gaining seats Republicans or patterned
Is the 4th. of 1937
day January that ,
one A. A. fturde: I I"
1 h o lost 15>> Instead of losing the Salvation,Army and nine out often use helpin' the1 unfortunate. But dated thin 2nd. day. of December, tussle. Durden, are th I g,' I

t j Headline: "Grace Moore Spurns Opera for Film Role." seats, the Democrats gained 13. people who drop a coin In the what I'm cryifl' about is the waythey're in:wifOfKICIAL 1. I"Po'" t.) holder of the. said pr i I"' III:
It. In and you are hereby required 'I!" +
' Did film role or film roll? Farmer-labor candidates gained 2. plate honestly believe they are conrlbutin' gettln' dress action A. J. THOf AS. the clerk of said court n ..rfi
g I; you say In the Senate It was mathemat to the Salvation Army they copy the Salvation Army Clerk Biadfoid Circuit County Court, Florida at Stai'ke, Florida Yom' w'Iter, ": f fpearance
(personal. or b) attorn
J? 0-- ically Impossible for the Republicans And that Is J Just exactly what these and they know that the bulk of 12-4-51-1-1 In said suit on the first M nda\c\

A salesman told a lady,, he wanted to show her somethingnew to achieve control but everyone chiselers want them to believe. the believe folks who contribute honestly ',T OTIC'*: day January of said A.month D. 1917.and IteliiK ther"alt the,<'

his face. thought they would havea Now this grift has been In my they are supportln the .Notice. I I. hereby given to all whomIt file with said clerk you writ
in a Ford and she slapped better showing next Congressthan hair a long time and 'has had me Army and they go right on ahead. may concern that I. T. Frank 1.d..llm ...,,- defense, If any to the I 10111 .r.
and let 'em think It. a* Guardian. of William Anthony plaint In said suit at the \
:, 0 -- last. Result: The GOP lost bitln' my fingernails and gnawln' Andrews a minor, will on the scribed by law.

Jt: Perhaps there'd be fewer people wanting to run the government 6 seats. The Democrat. gained 5. my lip to keep from aayln' any. what So aeeln suckers how folks easy It works and ft.4th: K day, Perryman of ,"County; .Judge y for to will HEREIN be entered.NAIL. against NOT ..,,, Illdorll n, h.

T The discrepancy of one Is explainedby thing, but the other day when abig are, a lot of Bradford County, Florida at his of- fault.
j if the government would let them. the reelection of Senator Norris over-grown'husky bird in plain high-jackers have gotten so bold fine In Starke, Florida. at 2 o'clock The Bradford Count) r'lpor'i (
P M or a* soon thereafter. all can a newspaper. of general II i "iluq I
4.c I 0. on an Independent ticket everyday citizens clothes and no I that they don't even try to impersonate 1 be heard for authority to sell. at published In Bradford County, (I
they just get 'em a tam private. sale, the entire interest or Ida Is hereby designated' a>
t Worst of all number of of kind walks Into a
It The planet Jupiter has ten moons. Now we know where a the remaining insignia any bourine estate. of the said minor In and to newspaper In which this notice ,
and
' Republican senators be. joint where I'm< eatln' lunch and start workln' and find the following described property In be published once a week. (or
the writers of popular when they die. it Is lot easier than robbin' Bradford consecutive weeks. to. said
r, 1 songs go to the Bloc"which shoves tambourine right a banksor County. TO-W1T-: prior j
r long "Progressive a doggone
t'e Beg-lnnlnir at the' S Corner of day of January. A D 1917
is bitterly oposed to Hoover between me and my bowl of soup porch-climbln'. t. C Webb a lot on fa'Xi.. Street, WITNESS:: my hand and the
' Of if want thence. running West. with Madison of said court at Starke. Florida.
't course you to throw
There are fewer unemployed today, but the fellow who Landon Hamilton and other t was more than I could stand. Street 120 feet. thence North 105 2nd day of December A. D l 19 leaders. 'The big four-flusher don't say a your dough away and pass it out feet to F. ('. Holllngsworth lot (SEAL)
can spare a dime seems to be just as popular as ever. to any bird who comes around with thence East 120 feet to N. W. cornerof A. J. THOMAS.
will word he stands there shakin'the
The next
Congress then just I. C Webb' lot thence South Clerk Circuit Court
-0 answer the roll as follows: Democrats thing until I gives him a dirty tambourine, I suppose that's your 108 feet to point of beginning, all Bradford County. Florid

1. Il Unofficially we learn the editors of the Literary Digest In the House 334; Republicans look and eat"What's J!'. THROUGH.I've business but. personally, IM In the town of Starke: also all of I n.tStl.1Hall's

i p are making arrangements to cast absentee ballots in 1940. 89; Democrats in the Sen- the big Idea?" Ii --

1' r, r ate, 75; Republicans 17. "Just aakl )' you to help out the put a lot of nlckles dimes

o Also vitally important to any mission," he 'drawls."Mission'f and quarters In tambourines and I

Father Coughlin is off the air. Now if some smart I party are Governorships great I comes back at him expect to put a few more in. but :

scientist would just do something about the rest of the static. deal of the patronage that keeps "You're the funniest lookln' mis- before I do, I'm gonna make sure Grocery

o political machines well oiled and sion I ever saw. Then I asks him they are legitimate and that the

members contented flows from what mission: money la goln' where I intend It togo

If your husband says he likes blunt-toed shoes best he statehouses. Here again the Republicans Well he starts to hem and haw to the Salvation Army.

is probably thinking; of his own protection at the bridge table. made the worst show and mumbles somethin' about the Until these other folks adopt

j o, Ing In their long history. There Christian Mission. When I triedto their own distinctive uniform and MARKET

,, r 33 Gubernatorial chairs to do their collectln with milk hot
were : pin him down and get him to tell
4
Makes Violin With Ax and Knife. Headline.
"Boy -
Wl ,5 i ties or or somethin'and
be filled-and Democrats won 27 of me where this mission was located paper plates

:,g ; We know a neighbor who unmade a saxophone the same way. then This gives the Democratic and who wlil\,runnln' it, he gets all carry credentials that satisfyme

o party 39 State Chief Executives. jittery and beats it, overlook all they're on the level and not try. AND LUNCH

So the party that received the the other customers In the place. In to lead me astray I'm off of '.ii)
A scientist has put his foot in it by predicting that the for life.
largest vote ever accorded a losing There' no tellln' how much
''k, earth might some day rust to death. No never! There's too
ticket got almost nowhere In attaining dough these, fakers collect but NOTK'K OF APPIIC41IO% 211 E. 10th St.

: much brass left.Fashion representation In high offices operatln' under the cloak of religion FOR TAT "KKI) _

o Complete figure- for county: and sweet charity they prey (Ieaa.; 1.1 HKKIJBY Bill IN*.utV 1 3NOTlCfc .N. That

in and municipal elections are not ob- I on an unsuspectin' publio and behave Waray Corporation holder of Tax FREE GROCERIESEACH
note that the aviation influence is showing
says Ort iflc ate* Numbered respeitlvely
tainable, but the Democratic I me knock 'em loose for
they ,
133 1-15
118. 16-37 of MO. 141. 4-7 of
{ up in women's hats. Most of the young things seem to be sweep was overwhelming). Lead- i plenty. 142, 161, Untied the 6th day of September -
A. D. 1932 and 123.130 of SATURDAY 7 P. M.
flighty enough as it is. ers of the party thus say. with Durln' the world war the Salva- 48 and 46* Issued the 2nd day of ,

some justice, that our elective system tion Army made good with the July A. D. 114.\ has filed ...m. In .
i I' o my office and 'hac made applicationfor I
is unfair to minorities. On
; Hitler used to be a house painter. Probably got his ideas I the other hand. Democratic spokesmen doughboys they all and swear was one by. organization I know Said Tax certificate, Deed to be respectively Issued .thereon embrace A FEW SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY

about dictating from angry housewives who wanted their say the Roosevelt victory Is In the the following:: yd.f.rl Bradford. properties .

walls a certain shade of orchid. Important majorities not attained only because but because of the It showing polled was more Senator than LaPolleltewho 4:100.000votea : State Certificate of Florida No. 1JJ to-wit: embrace: South FLOUR,241bs. 70c12; lbs.: 39c

east Quarter Section 10, Townwhlp
i i
o i extended to every section of the In 1924. 7 South Range 1 Ka.t. containing,

1 i A psychiatrist has decided that by 1060 the entire population country and broke down long-es ... RICE, Fancy Patna, 5 Ibs. 25c

i ; of the world will be in the insane asylums. Psychiatrists tabU shed lines of partisan sympa

y 't; E do have some of the craziest ideas. I thy.To SUGAR, Hershys, 5 Ibs.._ .. 25c
4 get back to the original
iti
o question can the Republicans come FOR SALE5.ROOM I PEANUT BUTTER 32-oz. 25c

1t : tl If Uncle Sam will tell us what we're to do after the dip back? Their party heads say they ,

lomats have allowed the war-howlers to pluck-all the feathers will. Among non-partisan commentators
opinion that the party Honey Boy Coffee 100 Pet. lb. 18c
pure
from the Dove of Peace we'll buy him that shave he needs. I has a good chance to come back-

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new replace Bay Hogan RIB BRISKET lb.
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on a balcony reported some familiar ones In party counells. -

ICI o One leading Republican Rep.

+ A college professor claims to have found fourteen errorsin resentatlve Fish of New York, has 4-ROOM HOUSE TENDER ROUND STEAK, lb. 18c

the new dictionary. Well, with Webster and the Literary already party heads demanded resign. that present $12.00 Per month 72 Months 5c
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major- -party- ever was at so low a TOMATOES, Standard No. 2 can 7c

o I state as the GOP Is at present- 4-ROOM HOUSE

According to an automobile trade journal, a good tighten the Democrats in their hungriest

3' ing will stop chatter in the back of your car or being! days always had a large represen $15.00 Per Month 72 Months I POTATOES, U. S. No. Irish, 10 lbs 25eI

4 'r"v thoughtful enough to begin a journey with the wife in the I tatlon In Congress governorships Weller Street I
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,; Barton. Oh no they aren't either, Bruce. Any goat will ,
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Six milkmen received medals at a convention in Atlantic election that if his candidate. WII. $15.00 Per Month 78 Months Pure HOG LARD or Compound Ib 12'/2C

t'' City last week for deeds of valor on their beforedaybreakrounds. !Ham Lemke did not poll 9.0OO.OOO

We're in favor of giving 'em all medals for getting votes he would go off the air. Weller Street POTTED MEAT 3 cans lOc
Father Conghlin Is now off the air, o' 0
X i up as early as they do.
Mr. Lemke having polled only);
o about 500.000( votes. SEEQUIGLEY 1- KITCHEN MATCHES, 3 boxes jgf

r : The reason some think the population will become wholly Never did minor candidates-

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