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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02571
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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,BAD CHECK POST GOOD DECEMBER OFFICENEEDS BUS- SCHOOLHOUSE I II FORCED TO LAND i CONE PLACES I MILK HEARINGHELD I'THORNTON SAYS ;

FOG CAUSES FLYER TO LOSE I .
INESS IF IT GOES BACK HERE!: TUESDAYDECI-

. ARTIST TO 2ND. CLASS I PLANS COMRADES ON WAY I SION ON TRICE TO BE I
SOUTHJ. LOCAL MEN GIVEN LATERIt SATURDAY
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Although postal receipts for the ; I I
G Smith, a professional aviator remains to be seen whether or
TOWN current year show a marked Improvement who has visited Starke twice j not milk will be raised in
VISITS BEING prices
DRAWN
over 1935, it Is not yet before ON HIS STAFF 'BLOODY DAY'Two
assured that the Starke post office i was forced down here Wed-1 I Bradford County as a result of a

will go back to second class on the i nesduy afternoon by the heavy fog. | hearing held here Tuesday, by the
There were three planes In his State Milk Control Board! Four
| leaves Trail of 'Worthless basis of receipts to January 1. Griffis If as Hopes For party but visibility was so I And A
Employees of the office did not poor {H'{ P. Smith Judge Ad. local dairymen were present: Roy Knifings
Behind I that he became lost from the other F. C. Letuch
Paper R. Mathews, E. Cain.
quote any figures this week, but $75000 Elementary two a short distance' this side of I kins H. C. Wall'' to Get and I... G Powell Hammer Fight Take .
SaturdayNETS stated that they still had hopes I ,\
Baldwin. Smith
that Christmas business this Building folk-wed the high- Commissions The present price of milk gen Place Here
year Into Starke
way and even though
here Is twelve cents
charged
would -- erally
put joffloe the
the over top.
ABOUT $50 FOR Postmaster F. F. Stump wishes I ARCHITECT EMPLOYED familiar with this t/rrltory. narrowly WILL TAKE PART IN a quart Mr Mathews and Mr V A S C O FORSYTII HAS

w A DAY'S WORK HERE to remind patrons of the advantages B Y BOARD MONDAY tank at missed the light himtj-Ii p.ant; the her*.water INAUGURAL Pit 0 (J R AM Powell testified that a price of fifteen DEEP WOUNDS IN BACK ,
for
cents Is
of a quart necessary
sending Christmas cards at
A group of Starke merchants the first class rate instead of mall- Tentative plans for a $73,000, He was worried about the other i Starke has been unusually honored them to produce profitably. Mr' Deputy W. E. Thornton describe

t ere" passing off with a chuckle a Lug them unsealed as third class aixteen-room elementary a c h o 01 I planes until receiving", a telegramlast In having three of Its promInent Cain and Mr. Letacb opposed the It as the "bloodiest day around

'gower of bad checks that fell here matter. Cards sent at first class building at Starke are being drawn night that'/ they had found citizens appointed to serve as raise. here In a long time"-lust Saturday

| yesterdaY as the direct result of a are given much better service, Including and the project will be submitted their way back. Into Jacksonvilleand lieutenant colonels on the staff of The decision of the board will be when a stabbing, a cutting and

I,fteit Saturday from a gentleman free forwarding and returnto to the WPA for approval accord- had landed: .at the airport Fred Cone when be becomes gover announced later by W, Henry Bryant a skull-cracking: with hammers

:'who i called himself Richard Rain- sender If undeliverable as ad- Ing to an announcement this week there. nor next month. The lucky three commissioner, who conducted took place In Starke and vicinity.

by A. ;J. Griffin superintendent of : The three aviators were on their I are W. P. Smith Judge A. Z. Ad- the hearing here. Vasco Forsyth, stocky young;

q.The checks, ranging In amounts public instruction ,way to Miami to work for a sprayIng kins and Harold C. Wall. boxer known In ;Jacksonville and "

from $350 to $1000 were signed dressed.APPLICANTS Mr. Grlffls was highly optimistic company, Planes are often All three of these men did yeoman Gainesville as the "Pride of Brad.

Warren O. Seymour, 1st. Lieut., this week over the outlook for the used In South Florida for spraying service to Cone In the elections BAD WEATHERKeeps ford," Is In bed at his mother's

Inf Commanding CCC Co. <449< ," new building here. It would cost citrus and vegetable crops. this year and the honor now home just east of town with three '

ud were made out to "Richard I the county around $15,000, the bal shown them comes as a partial re- deep gashes In his back as the result
Rainey, The majority of them For Pensions '7 ance being provided by Federal I ward for their efforts in behalf of Convoy of a general mix-up at a road- "

were drawn on the Barnett National -J funds. PRIZES OFFERED our Lake City neighbor. They side lunch room-dance hall near the

Bank in Jacksonville. j MUSTPROVEAGEADDITIONAL At the Monday meeting of the will be entitled to participate In FROM AIRPORT north city limits. i

The system used was to make School Board Roy A. Benjamin, of For Beat all Inaugural ceremonies January Jack Wynn Sampson City resident -

small purchase and then to offerone Jacksonville, was employed as architect -I 9 and will play an Important part Is suffering with a deep cut .

of the authentic looking checks for the building and was Instructed In the day's proceedings from shoulder to elbow also received ? >
IlI"osslm.lFOR "
to payment and ask for change. He CHECKS to proceed with the tenta- CHRISTMASTREEBUSINESS Mr. Smith, a former resident of PLANES; Saturday night at the hands ti tiM
I TO GET: ; HERE .FROM "
worked tbe checks off In at least I I Iirven WILL BE READY BY tive plans. If the project is approved I Lake City, has known Cone for his son-in-law Clinton Daugbcrty. #

places of business Alexan-I I CHRISTMASAt he will furnish complete I thirty years and tbe two were Intimate LAKE CITY of Starke. Duughcrty In.;

der's, Brown's Pharmacy, Bradford (i : plans for the building, MEN A ND 'WOM! I friends during much of that Bad weather prevented the con- turn, was later severely beaten by

Hardware Co., W, A. Beasent, Jr., a meeting of District Five I Mr. Grlffls stated yesterday that AN'S CLUB COOPERATE time. He was an ardent supporterfrom voy of fifty airplanes from ar friends of Wynn.
Alvarez and Board of Social Welfare In Green \ the time Cone made his first Events of the day were started
Jacobs Stcrnberg'a.It 'I the new building will be built on IN CONTESTThe ; riving at the airport here for an .
believed he must have netted Cove Springs last week, 142 appli- the school's property either west of announcement, and took to the I exhibition scheduled for Tuesday off about the middle of the after

around $50 during the day, besides cations for Old Age Assistance south of the present building. It Beautification Committee of stump on several occasions tc I afternoon. A group of the flyers noon when Tom Gunter attacked -

having a collection of shirts, a can were approved, according to a report -I will have an auditorium with a the Woman's Club, headed by Mrs, voice the praise of the Lake Cit]y!, actually started out from Ieke John D. Russell with a hammer at ,

of paint, and several glasses of from Paul Canova, Bradford seating capacity of 750.: O. 1. Beasley, and the Business I candidate. He was chairman 01 City and got as far this way as a house north of town, belonging to 1
County Board member Six of the Bradford County Cone-for' the latter. '
beer. Men's Club will out
sponsor an Lake
Crowded conditions In the present Butler where they were flag-
Several merchants described the these were In Bradford County, the building, which houses both door Christmas tree contest with a Governor Club. ged down by an army plane and Three men were arrested In the -

man as being heavy-set and about others distributed over Alachua, elementary and high school grades, first prize of $5 and second prizeof Judge Adkins has been a "life I. told to return to Lake City because Forsyth scrap They were John

thirty-seven years old. He wore Baker, Clay, Flagler, Nassau, Put- have made It necessary for teachers $2.50 for the best decorated long" friend of Cone's and became of Impossible flying conditions. I Edge Taylor, who pleaded guiltyto
nam, St. Johns and Union Counties. tree It was announced this week. very intimate with the new fighting and was fined $10 and !
i brown suit. They have been ad- to hold some classes In aemi- gov- Henry Manassa, local pilot who
tiled to notify government author Fifty-three old people here are open hallways and in dressing Within the next few days, memo ernor when they served two terms had been working to have the con- costs H. C. O'Berry was released
ities. now receiving checks regularly at the rear of the auditorium. bers of the committee will call on together In the Florida senate. He I and Carl Waters Is out under $100 I ;
rpoms voy stop here, went to Lake City
twice a month, with Investigations homeowners here and will ask was one of Cone's first and most' bond. All three are from west of '
being made as rapidly as possibleon I I Tuesday night where he was told
them to place their trees outside i vigorous supporters and was for Lake Butler.
that
the weather
ORPHANS other applications now pending this year Instead of having them I him from the time lie first Inti- had prevented I Forsyth says that Waters "or
TURN DOWN several members of the
SEND ,APPEALTHE Mr. Canova said that the most Inside the house. No 'trees under''' mated he might run for the governorship. from leaving points in Georgia convoy and his brother" did the stabbing, but
Important thing for any applicantto. PROJECT three feet wt:= considered .
WEEVIL high *>e other witnesses tell different stor- '
that three others had been forcedto
Is' that he must
know or she
.LEAST GIFT' WILL It was stated. I Mr. Wall Is very active In county make a dangerous landing on les and almost every one has a different t'' ,
have written proof of the date of
HELP OUT FORHOLIDAYS COMMISSIONERS BELIEVE "The contest Is expected to Increase I and state politics and was chair- the beach near Fernandina In the variation of how the fight,
his birth, which will show that he
BETTER FOR EACH GROWERTO
the number man of the Democratic: started.
greatly of out campaign face of a forty-mile wind.In I
Is at least seventy old. If
years I
HANDLE OWN CONTROLThe
side trees this Mrs. Beas- committee In Bradford, In which
If every reader of this Christmas he does not provide that, It may year, view of the fact that no Im- The boxer was In good spirits '
appeal In behalf of the more than cause his application to be delayed Board of County Commissioners ley said. "The effect will be to capacity he did fine work before provement In flying conditions yesterday and said that he did not

to hundred homeless and needy Indefinitely. This Is not a local meeting here Monday, Increase the holiday spirit, not onlyof the November election. He sacrl seemed in prospect It was considered think the wounds were serious

little Florida children under the ruling, but, a regulation from turned down a proposal from C. D.I residents of Starke, but also of flced time and effort in Cone's be- Inadvisable to plan on a later enough to Interfere with his box
director of boll people passing through our town." half and deserves his reward of a ing, which he follows as a sidelinein "
care: of "Florida's Greatest Charity Washington which the welfare vis- Tomllnson, district appearance of the convoy before
The Children's Home Society itors are compelled to comply with. weevil control under the WPA, to place on the new governor's per- the air races In Miami. addition to his regular Job asa

of Florida-will give just one :Mrs.. Edward Burns, Bradford operate a project In this county DECEMBER I sonal staff. Money that had. been collected plumber He said the gashes :1 1didn't .
A former resident of Starke Dr.
dollar in money or one child's County visitor, said- that Bradford providing the Board would give EXECUTIONSFIRST from local merchants sponsoringthe feel deep although blood on
garment (used or new) or one pairof County people had shown her old $1.25 an acre for purchase! of nec- J. Pitt Tomlinson now of Lake convoy was refunded, the long knife In the sheriffs of. .

children's shoes, a coat, cap, family Bibles, which recorded their essary chemicals. The WPA would TO BE HELD NEAR Wales,colonel.was also appointed a lieutenant -- -.--- flee would. Indicate that It was bur-';/

sweater or stockings, or send in births; marriage records; old licenses furnish all labor. CHRISTMAS IN.HISTORY 'GREAT ZIEGFELD' led In his back up to five or six: ;; !

one can of beans, or a quart of preserves ; Insurance papers and a variety The decision to turn down the OF ELECTRIC CHAIR I inches Whoever did the stabbing ,J'
Flumes Have Accident AT 'ceased only when the i iI
RITZ knife
a jar of jelly, a hamper of of other documents, which offer was made after much discus- I became-- 1 1I
vegetables, a crate of fruit, a sideof attested to the age of the owner. sion. Board members stated that I Numbers fifty-five and :-fifty-six, Mr. and Mrs F. F. Flume and I wedged in Forsyth's back and > ;

bacon, or a chicken, duck, pigor There are other points to be con- apparently the project would not the march of death against crime, O. C. Geiger, a firm tenant of UNUSUALLY LONG PICTURETO I could not be pulled out for another I j

turkey-a toy, game or doll, alack sidered In determining a person's be open to all growers and that will be electrocuted Monday, theirs, received cuts and bruises BE SHOWN thrust. '

of nuts or candy-there would eligibility, but the documentaryproof they believed It would be better to December at OsSO: o'clockIn the when "a pick-up truck In which SUNDAY Following Daugherty's beating, 1.|

not be an Unhappy or disappointedorphan of age comes first let each man take care of his own death chamber of the State Prison they were carrying vegetables to "The Great Zlegfeld", depicting he was placed In Jail for protec-

or homeless child In Flor- It must also be established that weevil control. Farm at Raiford near here-just Jacksonville, collided with a large the stormy life of the famous "glo- : tlon and was later released as no 1

ida; for with such help The Chil the applicant Is unable to maintain The following persons made application eleven days before Christmas. truck loaded with 3.00O pounds of rlfler" of the American girl will be charges were preferred againsthim

dren's Home Society of Florida himself without the aid of public for pauper allowances: James Walker and Richard Williams !- meat. The Flumes state that shown at the Rita Theatre Sundayand by Wynn.

could take good care of Its own Big funds. There are still some people Miss Beulah Edwards, Mrs. Lillie two negroes, convicted for something had gone wrong with Monday. Because of the un- The hammer affair Is said to y+

family of little unfortunates-and who are under the impression that Crawford, Mrs. Nettle Harris, Mr. the hold-up slaying of a St. Petersburg the steering gear of the meat truck usual length of this film. -abou have started when Gunter sought i

could provide for every other needy every person over seventy can get and Mrs. James Daniel Manus, T. grocer, will walk the few and that It was up on a jack on two and a half hours only one to move Into a house owned by

child In the entire State. Old Age Assistance, but this Is er : B. Triest Henry Raulerson, Henry paces from the death cell to the the wrong side of the road while Its show will be held Monday night, Russell against the tatter's will. ,I'. I

To make sure that there will not roneous. The funds for this kindof Brymer Saul Flannigan, Mrs electric chair shortly before 1* drivers were trying to fix It. William Powell takes. the partof Gunter has been released under a.

be even one little homeless or or- help are necessarily limited, and Minnie Lee Parrish. ;J M. Collins, o'clock Monday Drivers of the truck said they tried Zlegfeld and gives one of the i bond of $100.Thornton rl';

phan child In the State uncared for are only Intended to care for peo- and the following allowances were Since the electric chair was installed to signal the approaching pick-up best performances of his career. states. that he and tJw-<: j ,

oa' Christmas morning -"Daddy" ple who have no other means of ex- made Henry Brymer $2.50 per January 1, 1924, to replacethe truck, but the Flumes did not see Others in the huge cast are Louise I'sheriff were busy from the middle '
istence. month Henry Raulerson $3; T. B. noose and scaffold fiftyfourmen the danger until right on the parked flakier of the afternoon until .
Marcus C. Fag-g, the State Superfctendent Myrna Loy, Fannie Brice, ; 4 o'clock: ,
Triest! $5 for one month only; Miss t ti
have with their lives In vehicle. Their truck was badly
of the Home Society: Is The reports are now being com- paid. I Ray Bolger and Virginia Bruce. i Sunday morning. He hasn'tso seea',
Beulah Edwards $3: Saul Flanna- the -hot seat." Never before inthe damaged and will have to be almost -
wring every man woman and pleted upon additional applications the applications of Mr. I "The Ex Mr. Bradford" another much spilled blood In a longtime .. I
gall $3; of the electric chair completely rebuilt.
P'ld.' in Florida who can give even1tue in time to get some of the checks and Mrs. James Daniel Manus and history currently popular film, with Jean ;, he says.MAY ti 4
> sweet join In with delivered the day before Christmas. has a condemned Inmate paid the Arthur and William Powell In the
potato-to Lee Parrish, were laid "
Mrs. Minnie I Vairlwriglet f
during the Yule- J
other friends and nel&hbol'a--to over for Investigation; the other supreme tide season penalty of December That' I { Hurt principal roles, will 'be seen here WANTS TO ?i! f '.

let up a box or barrel of vegetables TO DEDICATE applications were refused because a record maintained by Gov Sholtc, w. M. Wainwright, son of Mr Tuesday and Wednesday. MEET GROWERS 'I
canned goods, fruits; toys I funds Next Thursday and Friday "Pic- t :
BUILDINGSSTATE j of lack of necessary who set another record during last and Mrs N. D. Wainwright and
its, goodies, and children's shoes FARM I Miss Gertrude Heerlng and November when he signed death I now an employee of the FederalHousing adilly Jim", an hilarious farce by THOSE INTERESTED IN CUCUMBER ,) i i I

IIId clothing, or an Individual parcel OFFICIALS WILL BE Edward Burns of the Social Mrs'j[Warrants for four men to be electrocuted Administration In Jack P. O. Wodebouse, will be seen. Rob. : DEAL ASKED ;,

post "Joy Box" and send the AT PRISON TODAY fare requested assistance In within a week of each sonvllle, received a broken should- ert Montgomery and Madge Evans TO REPORT tJ .:
same to the state Receiving Homeof PROGRAMThe amount of $10.00 per month for I other. They were all electrocuted tr Tuesday night In an automobile have the big parts. i

the Society. 2560 Riverside Ave- FOR Mrs. Ellle Mae Broskle and chil- on the same day--the state's first accident on Post St. In Jackson .-..-.-- All Bradford County growers Interested .ii i 1

Due, Jacksonville or to one of the Business Men's Club urges dren, who are temporarily resid- : quadruple execution. vlll. According to reports received Collect Old Clothing In planting cucumbers this iff .

hunch receiving homes at Lakeland all who can do so to attend dedication ing at Lee, Florida. The Board such a old here, he was blinded by the coming spring are asked to meet i ;'
l Miami Pensacola not later build authorized Can you Imagine gay Mr Benson's 11th grade roomIs H. D. in the V '
or ceremonies of the new granted the request and Santa Claus lights of an approaching automobile May county agent's :
fellow bringing
than December 20. Anything ings at the Florida State Farm this the appropriation with the understanding black as bordered death warrant you and drove his car into anothercar the collecting clothing and food for office at the court house this Sat- ; of

that children from wee babies up afternoon (Friday) at 3 o'clock.: that the husband and eleven s days before Christmas parked on the street. He is poor This children of the commu urday, Mr. May Is representingthe I" \

to boys or girls! of sixteen years Starke is vitally Interested In everything father, Hinton Broskle, who Is un- ..-- now in St. Vincent's Hospital and nity. Instead activity was decided Manhattan Produce Co. In try1f1 l ::1

Can eat, wear or enjoy, will be that concerns the nearby j able to support them, receives no will! have to be In a cast for several upon of giving- expensive. Ing to arrange a cucumber deal i ;
all"avail. }
Warmly welcomed farm community, and a large attendance part of the said relief. New Car -Smashup weeks. presents to each other, for this section. $r '
Who T : to show our Geo. feels to have one side .... able gifts and money being used The company will furnish seed j i
will be first to respond Is requested j Application was received by How it for this charitable
The Children's Home Society of Interest. II< A Futch, of Lawtey for a donationfor of a brand new Buick sedan smashed Morning Bus To Jax ---. purpose hampers and grading and will pay f 7 ;

Florida has given Its aid and care The buildings to be dedicated the purchase of an artificial In by a Mack truck can be accurately O. I.. Beasley, local agent for the Large the market price for the date on :,
Acreage which the cucumbers are sold
*to over 1300 little Florida orphans are a white women's dormitoryand I leg; J. M Rosier made a motion described by Mr. and Mrs. Florida Motor Lines, announced
Cud homeless children so far this infirmary, a colored women's that the Board appropriate $2300, N. Sternberg who were unfortunate yesterday that effective Immediately I. N. Newell, of New River, plansto Growers are urged to meet Mr. :t i!
yearfrom every section of the and a new hospital the motion being lost for lack of enough to have such an accident Stsrke will have the serviceof plant seventy-five acres In Sea May Saturday If they wish to get :
"
Jormltory In the deal he must know ,
on as
Et to-:and Is In desperate need of building. a second. as they were returning to a morning bus to Jacksonvilleat Island cotton next season It will !If, 1

financial and other aid at this time. Sholta and his entire i i The following persons w ere i their home here from Jacksonville 9:13: o clock. This Is an added probably be the largest! planting by Immediately how many growers ,
Governor to and tbe ,
Roll Mrs. I Wednesday night. They had stop- anyone man In the He had are going plant pros pee. ,
well as other state and struck from the Pauper : | convenience since heretofore there county. II'
Ripe Strawberry cabinet Federal, officials as will be present Warren Simmons. A. L. Bradley ped for a traffic light Just as. the has been no bus around this timeIn fifteen acres this year. A total of five acreage. .. .J..;.. a
-1 m
..-- I Sam Nelson, J. H. Rainey, Mrs. R. driver of a Duval' EngineeringConstruction the morning around 1,100 acres Is expected here' ?\
p d'
M. Garrett brought a ripe and Lizzie Clark Co truck was turnIng -. next season. Named Secretary
Farm L. Batten, -
trawberry to the Telegraph office Cason Buys the Into a driveway. The driver -- ----.-- t
decided to pay
this The board Install {Water SoftenerLeila's Word has been received hers;
Ife week from his farm near here. Ossle Cason. one of BradfordCounty's ; phone rent In the Clerk's Office could not quite make the turn and, Seed For Sale that Owen VV Griffin, former resIdent -,-; '
ays he to pick a quartof and most successful'strawberry without looking behind Beauty Salon on Call St,
expects best
to be used by all other Coun-! evidently of Starke now employed atj
same .
fine bought j has recently Installed a Nalco pres.wure County Agent T. K. UcCIane. ,
ripe fruit by Christmas. growers has officials of the Court House. him backed Into the Sternberg car. the State Arsenal/ has Just been
miles west [ ty I the was water softener and Is pleasingIts Jr., stated this week that growers
five of ear
side
s the Underhill farm |I I The Board decided to continue to The entire elected secretary of the St. August- ,
W ;J. windows many customers with this new have listed with him around 30O J Y
28 from and all on I
Road In
Office smashed
Redecorated I of here on 1 match Federal Old Age Assistance tins Chamber of Commerce. tillarriage
Mr. Cason \ I broken. The Sterabergs equipment. This popular salon bushels of Sea Island cotton seed
F and M. W. Lanier 11'1\111 I beginning that side -- --e
C. Holllngsworth Is repaint- I Funds for the quarter minute and for sale at and
acres la additlOAto not Injured outside of being keeps up to the giverts $1.73 $200 per t
lag and rearranging his real estate' farm this ninety and this expansion I I January 1, 1937. were shaken up. It is estimated patrons the advantage of any bushel. The majority of seed was License .f..f.R. v '

Office on S. Walnut St. He reports his home place I I badly cent about $400 to repair -:new' discoveries In tbe line of beauty sold with the cotton: after It I.. Clemens aDd Clara Belle ]J
of his progresslveness. fe that It will
active movement In farm properly Is proof the 1 A' commercial i found forever had been glonod,.be uw., Carter., fluke November: 28.
tales In this county during; re- The sale was made through I I I )' part of a shark. the car ss
etl1t week. Wilson Realty Co.

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i err PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELTORAPII. 8TARKC. FLOIttOA ID.tY. DECEIt

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1' Is estimated that each of the Theressa Fla. Brooker, Fla. Brooker, Fla. Brooker.
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a 80,000,000 stray cats in the Unit: I Dec. 7, 1936. Dec. 7, 1936. Dec. 7, 1936. Dec. 7, II) ,

ed States eats about 00 birds a Dear Old Santa: Dear Santa, Dear Santa Claus.I Dear Santa

year. I LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS .1 rm a little boy and I've start Please bring me a toilet set, a am a little girl 11 years old. I Please bring me ,,1 i ,

ed to school. I like my teacher manicure set a doll, a doll bed. I live at Brooker Fla. I want you of skates, a Basket KM.. 'I i

::1L -.. and I try to be a good little boy want a doll that sleeps, cries and to bring me a fountain pen and candy, apples and ot> ,., "

: :: & CAtew'SERVICE ;. and not tease her too much J I walks. Also I want a little tele pencil set. Bring lots of toys and Your little fri"? .

Brooker Fla. Theressa. Fla. haven't got a whipping yet. Please phone. candy, fruit nuts also. I have a Billy (c, v

Dec. 7, 1938. Dec 7, 19s: ((. bring me a urp and some gloves Your little friend. little brother 8 years old. Bring

I Dear Santa Claus Dear Old Santa: and lots of.'candy and fruits. ]I Dorris Hodges. him lots of toys too. Brookerl-'i;:: / ,

I stay with my brother and he won't ask for much as I know Its --. Please don't forget us. Dec. 7, iD.'lh:'\

TO SAVK: YOUHere's MONEY says times are hard and that you I'm a little girl only 1 year old real hard tithes\ and you have lets Brooker, Fla. Your little friend. Dear Santa

wont be able to give every body and have been told so much about of other little tykes to take gifts. Dec. 7, 1936. Lucile Melvin Please bring me ,. t,"
I decided I'd write to and I
what they want. So I am goingto you you Oceans of love Dear Santa ClausI B. Gun. and a cap ,1"?
f if all I hear Is true. tell '0
7 Ikt ask for very little. I want a see They Rodney Hall am a little boy five years old ''Fla. marbles some fruits ,, ,
; e me "are an old man who Brooker, I II
new suit, B. B. Gun, candy and you and have been a very good boy this candy. My teachers r ? .
Dec. 7 1936. ll I
brings lots of pretty things If so ,
fruit. Please don't forget my Theressa. Fla. year. I mind my mother and Dad- Norman.
doll and Dear Santa Clause
bring me a big
teacher Mrs. Hall she la so goodto please Dec. 7, 1936. die, and try to do everything they Your little i.' ,
rocker to rock my doll to Bleep. Please bring me lots of toys for
us boys. My Dear Santa: tell me to. I L. C K.',
Also a harp like Rodney's. You Christmas. I want a doll that cries
Many thanks Please don't for get to put me I wont you to please bring me a --.-
will find a big piece of cake on and sleeps and has real eyes. I
Morris Kelley.P. on your list. I am 10 years old cow boy suit, a garage with cars Six men are constant c
the mantle for to eat. i want a doll bed also to with "l11p//
,, S. Please dont forget my little you and I m in the fourth grade. Like Harpe candy and fruits. My socks I go my ed working the privat ton 1 ",
I I It'nl
doll
and a little and
niece, Carolln, she wonts a big Your little friend, my teacher. I want a pair of are getting pretty thin, you might I little washer for Christmas.telephone a the Marquis of Bute 1'\R'la,

doll that sleeps and cries. Carrie Mae Hall. gloves and a tam navy blue to bring a pair along if you please. I making tapestries fen l'ut
_n___ match coat. Also lots of Your little friend, The coarsest
---- -- -- ------- my a doll Loving you always, tapestry ( ; Sloj
Martha
fruits and nuts. I've tried to tell Roswell Kelley.P. Lee Rlma. square foot.

CROP AND LIVESTOCK LOANSAT I my little sister all about you. S. There's a new baby at our .---
; We have justi1
good
news.
t Brooker FIll.I Railroads
Oceans of love of the ,
;if. : instilled the latest type ATLAS louse this year so don't forget Gnll -"15tat;

t x Cx Testing; Equipment. The new. I Your Friend, lira, I Dec. 7, 1936. are operating over mn. ,h

!' t Photo-test shows condition of each 5 Pet. INTERESTSEE I Margery Hall. Dear Santa: 260,000 miles of rails

I battery cell at a glance The Capici- Starke Florida I I am a little girl 11. years old. I

test indicates the working ability New River, Fla. Dear Santa Clause.I want you to bring me a wrist

and condition of your battery in Dec. 7, 1936 watch and a fountain pen and pen-
am a little boy 8 old In
; term can readily understand. years
you Dear Santa Claus: the second I cil set. Bring lots of candy fruit Yo Ease
grade. am a good boy
l rll condition Failure to keep will your battery in good fail Gainesville Production Credit Ass'n. I am a little boy 5 years old and r! haven't got a whipping In school and nuts also. I live at Brooker a
cause .tarting; Florida Please don't
I[ have been good this forget me.
very year this I love
ures and other battery troubles year an my teacher Headache
especially in cold weather. "FARMER OWNED" and I want you to bring be a big Miss Mary. So if you will please Your little friend, FastGet I

3 piece tractor station air- Loraine Thomas.! I
a filling
i''; Your battery gives no warning bring me and my brother Harold a
9{ before>> it break down-ollC'you battery 318 E. Main St. S. Gainesville Fla. plain bicycle candy nuts and fruit big red wagon we want ask for -- Real Quic Il.Actlnt. I

r inspection service will. and please dont forget mama dady anything else as we want you to Brooker Fla. Quick.Dlcsofvrng I

and my 2 sisters, Eloise and Louise have something for all the little Dec. 7, 1936. """"
; Drop in tomorrow and have
you Bayer Aspirin
them lots of nice
battery checked FREE. bring things boys and girls. Dear Santa:

i too. Your loving friend, Bring me a bicycle, a pair of
FOR SERVICE CALX. 60
OR Wishing you a merry Xmas Doyle Dewltt Crews. skates, a G. man gun and some ,

: BEASLEY'S Your little friend, tar peters fire crackers, a.B B gun, Set How

M. L. Johns Jr. Brooker Fla. a big wagon. My name Is William Genuine Bayer
,
SERVICE STATION COUNTY AGENTS OFFICE Starke Dec. 7, 1936. I Dukes. I live at Brooker Fla. Tablet Work

ii .,.. STAHKE. FLA. New River, Fla. Dear Santa Don t forget me.Your .
Dec. 7. 1936. !. S eeeonda
Little Friend br etnawalrh.
'. Just a few lines to tell I
you .
i
a leealae
Dear Santa Claus.I ,
I want a twin sweater set William. BAYER Aaplrln. labhilatarle
am a little girl eleven years a vOlleyball to d..l.. .........
set and a pair of skates. I ama .lid (o to work. l>roe.a fl

old My and teacher's I am name in the is fifth Mr. Brown grade. girl ten years old and In the Brooker, FI,., Barer c tlaaa'Awlrtn. of .tablet...... lute B>-

I fifth grade. I like to read books December 7, 1936 (be lime It bile the .hot
and I sure do like him and I want Dear lorn or the aim, it todlalnlegratlnt.
please bring me some. Santa: l Who' s
you to bring me a bicycle a wristwatch .:: .
happen In thin
Your friend Please bring Book glue
. I me a Story ,
I happens bi. .
a pair of skates and some juufVirtually
1 I I! Phyllis Hazen. pencil box a doll, a ball, and lots "__II. ?
fruit candy and nuts. And I have a
." I of nuts candy, and of other fruit,
| little baby sister eight months old
Brooker, Fla. don't forget I am a little girl In
and she wants to bring her
i you a
m I little rubber doll and a rubber dog. I Dec. 7, 1936. the fifth grade. Dont for get. If a Tablet NOt
I Dear Santa ClauseI Your little friend
|''And please don't forget mama I little Wilma Stokes. I If you suffer from headaches who '
I am a girl in the fifth
dady Mr. Brown my school teacher I you want is quick relief.
: grade. I am 10 years old. :My nameis
and my sister and brother. Genuine er Aspirin tablet,
.. iN 1/4 THE COST Or DRIVING I Your little Friends Joyce Atkinson. My teacher's j : : : give quick relic, for one reason because '
t I e 1 1 The new Zephyr buses lust fit into your endoiyear name Is Mrs. Norman.I > -W'f; c 'LoiY u" they dissolve or dismtegral ,
Eloise and Louise Johns. ; ,
,
: a travel budget with fares i-rntyinq luau almost instantly they touch '
want a writing desk, a volley) : .r.'Z mou
'4 a I a traction ever 1 cent per mil on round trip I ball and .KtrJ lure. (Note illustration above.)
I S N t't'r ? ,w' a fourth the cost oi driving a small auto Lawtey Fla.December some fruits and nuts. i' -t. .. I Hence when you take a m

rpt r mobile. You make better time and have n* 7, 1936. By Santa and a merry Christ Bayer Aspirin tablet it starts t

r, t" I / J driving cues when you travel by bus. Dear Santa Claus: mas to you.Your B. Sure: They Properly dissolve almost as quickly as yo
''s' / friend, Cleanse the Blood swallow it. And thus is ready t
I want to book
ti UNION BUS STATION you bring me a ,
start working almost .
instantly
Atkinson.
; a ball, a doll, and some candy.I Joyce YOUR kidneys are constantly filter .
Oppoalte Court I Iou e-Starke, Florida headaches neuralgia and neuriti
will see at the church te matter from the blood
you pains start easing almost at once.That's .
Theresaa, Fla. beam. But Icldneyi lornetimei lag in
house if
you come. why millions never an l
their wcm.-Io
not act e. nature I Intended .
Your friend, Dec. 8, 1936. -fail to remove Impurities the for aspirin by the name atpinr

tbfarguerlte Wainwright. Dear Santa Clause. poi nn the system when retained alone when they buy but olwayi

. I am a little girl four years Then you may suffer negging bed< nay unA YEH ASPIHIN" and sc<

I II ? Lawtey Fla. old I want you to bring me a large ache diizinen, scanty or too frequent that they get it.
I !
it. You'll il's marvclou
urination,getting, at night puf linenunder Try say
Dec. 7, 1936 doll with long curly hair and a up ,
_._. the eyes feel nervous, miicrbl *.
doll carriage and plenty of nuts,
Dear Santa
i Claus .-all

1 t ] -fLORlUA- IIG J ILIGkIT cyra NNRm-1R f Yr [i1 : I want you to bring me a wrist fruits and candies. But don't for- upsetDon't delay U.e Doan'a Pith ONLY 15C '

:. ,,,. two brothers
{; *" I watch for Christmas, an a ring get my Truman and Dan's are especially!! for poorly functioning FORIZNOW'
; {4 I B. F. they want a train each. If hidneyf. They are recommended -
with red set In It. I want I
a a big 2 FULL
l i fired you will please bring me those by grateful men the country

'C I 1 i, I g; ,?G "" "'; _;/ 'I@N! i !. 1ka. ;;;.t' ....,...tt:;;;; 1! f .lJ1i': j I I am and going blue ball.to Jacksonville and. things we will thank you very I, over. Get them from any druggist DOZEN FOR A ?I'

, f ,;,: I, "! \\I'!! "' .'IM 5t., I much. GUARTIRLOOK
. J'4..., t1". see you with your Christmas toys.
. ;;I : ; ,.,.,J' 'R.!.
Love DOANS
''I \ f'1oI _.. '\/1'(: lltf<:. .; ..Jt>'",:'1- .:f :.:" JI ij!. 1 I would like to go on a vacationto Grace your Dickinson.friend PILLS rom THE mart CROra

li' ( ;;* house and see all I
.1 1\'I\' 'If j. IiI"11 you your
.ft ;:
::1 ,/J.e. ""J..r'I"; :
:
.. 1 ."ti, ',...: ix "_"r1r..j.i. : ., J toys. -
"v) : Dear Santa .
.
4 .
' BQ "ISI-I; ?i'' ,(,f inMreA. P. I think I will come and stay with ,
vH"A 4IJ"" ) 1 1i you a month. Would you like for Please bring me a bicycle, a big yJktY, : : : /.f",
.
ONE OF THE : doll with curly hair a pair of
GAMESr
,
e ; ; me to stay with you

.' i A lOST ELUSIVE fiSH' i-sf I,:f$Wd,ti/j/{$,;rig yr 1 I would like to 'go up North a skates parasol a volley and candy ball,, a oranges pencil box and, .,

,; ,. ; # .IN THE IvoiezO Miiwiairvrtk"% ;; \'j:; I I" ) rrF'{ '! !' where wou live and see the snow.I lot of fruit.
: ,.+1 "" like to play In the snow.
4 ?f Your little
,)i .,...... .' .. n .... ,.. ''Ni"I'.'::''': t !I''Jt ..' :r.. '/ Your friend, friend
< Virginia Padgett.
: ".ow ,rrl .i\I( \ (
'' .,} hThk,1' 'A.' v:+ a. o. .,., .t'r4zj'v1lw' :;1 .! .;&; \\1j.!", 'jp";'''' e 4 Loraine Starling.
.
, I : ; d ar '- hna&'Wi: >jrI[ !1 #)f't: 1l1fo}' %+'Yh Brooker. Fla.

! 'tib .< *.. f Brooker, Fla.
ff i ; ;'fl' '7'tJJ"f. Dec. 7, 1936.
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<:'t' j iU..tJt'IJ' Dec. 7, 1936.
If/l"'i"" Dear
, t t ': ,'.. ,. .., J ". \ :' Dear Santa, I Santa
.t' .
", ..'11" Please bring me a bicycle an air Please bring me a bicycle a pair
.. '
, J, ;.'_. ; ''Jj.,!. 1,: '.,itJ.i,,.!.::
'':.L "... >,' /JoIif" :. ;r, .,: ., rifle, a, cowboy suit, a water gun, of skates a big ball a manicure set,
.. : .
.
\
+ I i ,!'fE ._, ':.1.,r't:, ii.?: a cp pistol, and some caps. I ama and a sewing set, fruit, candy, and
OJ p
II j pt ''y f f ''i M'' 4CrJ n. '"'li ..(,I"if.\:1\" .": ''"" little boy 11 years old. Please nuts. I live at Brooker Florida.
V n
1 11 ,, { y qa l # tkF ro h .?rti. '\ n' : .r
'o'f.: : little friend Ruby Ward.
,
E 9 PAN ..,'4 :. .4liata4iJt't'l: td''Ji.b' :' ; .... Junior Shaw.
1 .t' ;fyr
i Brooker
1i i ids}t' I' W= r' 4d ,.' .. ... AV, :N t N'a Fla. Fla.
; ly Brooker
i : ,
i Ii, .''' '' nh' ...,...... .... ... r/iyl 7 ? Dec. 7. 1936.
1 t 4 1t+ ; x f r1 f, w' N''ia ; December 7, 1936 Dear Santa Claus
+ /j ;
t '.iyy Sl w 'a:,, pi., M ,. (. Dear Santa: I want you to bring me a doll, a

} Just a few lines to let you know jumping jack manicure set, a sew-
/
my name and what I want for ing set,, and a toy piano. I am In

t fIr yY' ri YI rf1C' Christmas. My name is Vergle I the fifth grade 11 years old. id

Stokes. I want a volley ball and a Your little friend

Shirley Temple doll. Tommie Tyler.

., ar Your friend,
Vergle Stokes. rl.FRK'S: REPORT
l +i l Slark, Fla., November 80th, 136
Report of the Clerk of the Circuit
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a; Brooker Fla. rpurt In and for Bradford
:J County,
: ; ... Dec. 7 1938. Florida on account of taxes a.....a- Gives 1 to 3 More Gallonin
i. 10.1 for the year 1935. Miles per
f- Dear Ole Santa C. A. KNIOHT,
-
I We are just a groupe of Sunday I II ('......t,. Proper Tax Collector, Passenger Cars '

J .,n.i School boys and girls, and every To Balance due ____?__._| 8.H8.11G
IJv Hin-iunt collected _
i i-r /', I one of us wanted to write you, but I To Balance due _._"__n__| ..NO.VH 448.55
dr o'.r.r v we knew you was going to be very "'t.. .a Forfeiture
.St'r .. ESCAPE O1c'r.. .. **, *.* <**fF&OM To Balance due __._______ 2,417.46
.. busy and so here is one letter from MV inn unt <-nil' ..cted. __.._ No.XK
To Balance due _._ __ We suggest that
us all. 2.4 17.45
t I ;.;. COACOOCNEE iiI I ;' *'.."'.',' .t....l .u.. Now Santa we have a list of kids (; To Balance due _____-__-_ 8.058.20 you make a test
*' our age, from four to six, that we < Hy amount, collected. __._. NO.VK:
1, Ft MA&/OM w : i To Balance due _, ..______ ft.058.20 f\ in own car
want to ask to our Christmas tree l j I VummtT School Generali your

and here is what they need. I j i To Balance due _______h_ 8.0520 for
antI Gnd out
A 1 ff&AMATCNCDENT /N FLORIDA U/STO&Y 1 Hv amount collected. ____ NO.VK;
E I._ Clothes, shoes, coats and manny To Balance' due ______-__ 8,088.20
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Along the treat sand flats that occur one of the outstanding events of the other things.Ve know they I To Balance
t around the Florida keys is found the struggle and far-reaching in effect. It enabled I would like to have a few Toys to To Hy Balance amount collected due ___ __. NON 802.00: miles In fl-C.
and and fruit.
Uhh
please some candy
BONEFISII. one of the greatest game Coacoochee to assume a TiXal Bnli-tchuol. Reader
revengeful We sure hope you wont miss any To Balance due ___ __ ._ 7,16175
t fish for its size in the world Extreme leadership left vacant by the imprisoned -_ .
By amount collected SON,:
I. of of them. If have thIng n h
,. ti you any ,___ See theSinclair
f ; .skill and patience are required to catchit Osceola. The traitorous treat- To Balance due h 7.957.78
j :, left here Is what we want. Bettle Total ..-Sc..o for the bonefish is also one of the ment both had received from the"whites" Long wants a Shirley Temple doll. To Balance due __--h-- 7.85189
Dealer
_
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+ I swiftest most wary of all fishes. When caused such indignation among: I Jack Hazen wants a blslckle, Minnie Hy Tu amount Balance collected due ______ 7tf5l.6 NONK!

1' 4i hooked it takes a long: magestic run the Indians that the war was prolongedfor I, Lee a doll carriage, Bettie Tyler Balance due AfltrlewlteiralTo .. ___ 403 PO!> .
.
i often 200 to 300 yards interspersed with several years at a time when they : a doll that cries, Donald! and Ity amount collected __.__ NON,; 4/1 l./rr41/N 1171 p ewMU a.L, r.'

a bewildering series of leaps. Its favorite were ready for submission. Coacoochee I Harvard & truck and train. Eloulse To Balano WI.I.due...._'._ Peaalon__ '__ .403.00

y':' food is the hermit crab. It ranges from and his companion were enabled to escape a doll that sleep., Marjie a new To By amount Balance collected due __ ..__________ 403 AO

< 1 to 14 pounds in weight and from 8 to from their dungeon by making dress and doll. Frances and Helena To Balance du. __._.__. _- NONE 401 DO Agent Sinclair Refining (Inc.)
30 inches in car where they wont have to Ifnail n..*d R..r..... Company
length.
ropes from forage bags and reducing To Balance due -_ .-.. _. .07S.U
The sensational ESCAPE OF COArOOCIIEE their weight sufficiently to enable walk and Buster Crosby a poney Hy amount collected ___ NONK FOR SINCLAIR. PRODUCTS:
J them and Illene a big doU. That'a all To Balance due .. _____ ., PHONE. liSWAINWRIGHT
and Talmus Iladjo, Seminole to pass through a narrow opening high R... 41, Rrldce ...t..t.a
for this time and love. ,
i ii i fhiefa.1 from historic Ft. Marion in 1837 above the ground and slide down to free ,: From the So Beginner's by Sunday To Valance. due"t..,....*_.Face._ 11.141.13 J. H. Agt

during the Florida Seminole. war was dom.? Ily: amount collected NONK
l ---- School Class of Brooker. To Vala..... due 11,144.1 STARKE. FLORIDA



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JfJ'f'onIAL I; c R-IN-CHIKP STAFF LAWTEY NEWSThe SCHOOL I i SCHOOL DAYS ----I By DWIG : \


'II' '''MIA! FUGATE ((1' ..Doot1"J ___ wo .. I I ELEMENTARY ECHOES II

ThRARY EDITOR first grade has ten new pupils .' ... ee.,' IIU.. :
I,, .eQ' ... ... .
HEMINGWAY enrolled In kindergarten work. .'.r-- .Ni.e ...,..." '
UARTUJ3 was r.ac De.em .. ..aa/
We are sorry to lose little Ruth Mac ', ,noael.o .
mjrtETY EDITOR Brosky because of illness. ,. (scastw rsa rowat lsca ie.rt -
KILLINGSWORTH The 2nd R "lie Glo (Mssesaeno se lsleMStsT. ten oral;
JJ0RIEI' grade Is sorry to lose to .. Fifth Grade Begins
t euWa olaelra .o ttr.e Christmas ProgramIn
rvrHANGE/ EDITOR Catherine Hunter. She has moved j IevA tgsae. a .. /JI QtaeMa ) BookletsOn
MCMILLAN to Miami. ..., -b Assembly Florida
ARLilE I $let '1ta. tJSIEt
sar s.-r -- -t ttstex'ie '
The third -
grade has started
REPORTER '- P fJe# "'MIlK'Ii by all Monday we began making
SPECIAL working on their Christmas dec Our chapel program began
LOIS JUDD oes tot Lalsldf verses ofAmerica. booklets on what we have learned
orations. There Is no lack of Interest >tlr2y singing the first two will
The best ones
I wplclBrt vtatro t It.lrsfiMII'd ." and saluting the flag. about Florida
EDITOR SPEAKS In plans for the big holiday. -J selected and saved for our exhibit -
-rIlE be
.a .. LAI
The Lawtey teachers attended' I 0 '... The first number on the program I
Custom .
Christmas the Bradford County Teachers Association I I "D -... ills NiIAtaQ was a talk by Rev. Montgomery In January.We
Christmas
r been making
have
Ittlaoefl culled "Cultivating our Spiritual
The Christmas season when the In Starke. Dec. 4. "D& .OeN Life. This was followed by a song decorations. We used green, reil

,bole world celebrates the birth The fifth grade is having a con- I ...' d .DAY IIA"\"9e\ "Jingle Bells" from Miss ttlnson'a and yellow paper and put a Christ-
\ again. The trees test In arithmetic between the sets CIIICr0. front F
IIfChrisl if here And Mrs. Roberts' rooms The next mas tree border along our
} arts, stockings, and gifts are all reds and the blues. R. W. Moae-I rlRdt. NltOos number on the program was a play nnrd. Our windows have vases
1D
i nflbols of this holiday season. But ly is captain of the reds and Daisy 7 .!) ltw4.6s RI t called "Dolly Has the Flu," by Sara of polnsettlaa pasted l on them.

_ 1 believe you would cherish them Prevatt Is captain of the blues. I' Emma Crews and l Ralph Alvare Back of our pictures we put spraysof

)y oat more if you knew the origins. The Ralston Cereal Company I Ia. Mr. Gray then made some announcements rodberrlea. But our moet prised

6 1 The t Christmas tree. We can kindly sent to the sixth grade all e Q k EEP 't IJ 1 possession III i a "sugar plum"

Ibank Germany for the tree as the material for making a study of i I QVRt OSt, Ida Lulu Davie Reporter tree. We can hardly watt until h 1

flrst Christmas" tree appeared In wheat. When we finish this studywe Christmas to eat the candy off It.
'The tradition Is I II colectlon of Florida pictures
In 1605. Our
(German will make booklets for our Eng What Christmas
(tt, Martin Luther while out walk- lish class. I Means To Me Is stall growing.

r.g, on Christmas: Eve saw some Howard Manning's father let us

nil pine 'rees with the snow on ROGIt.\M: BY TilE SCIIOOL UH8hls' !large Florida map that ,;
Item and that he was so Impresstd WEDNESDAY Christmas means more to mi shows the things grown In Florida

with the beauty of the scene 4Q r. than Just a Christmas. tree and l aU and also (the kinds' of fishes in its

Hat he i ut down one of the trees Miss Hurry and Miss Steady by the holiday excitement. To me! waters

and took it home with him. Since Beatrice Edwards and Jennie Christmas can't be bought. Thu Olin While Jr., Reporter.

then t',' here !in America have Maude Prevatt of the 2nd grade. gifts, though lovely, dazzle you on- Mrs. Hart, Teacher.

ChriSI mil!> trees.LE.DIS. "Little Brown Cocoa and His ly for a short time. The Chrlstmntrto
_- and all the decorations. which HONOR ROLLSIXTH
Little Red Boots.
l .\ OK EVENTS* Story rend by Mrs. Futch. are blight and gay, I last only while
$1 the favorite holiday/ Is at linni ,
frJJp IIIL111E
\
Song, "Pop Goes the Weasel" by '
Monday December 14: the fourth grade. 4rt'i The exritement of shopping has no Hogan Smith, Nina Bishop Dor- '

Student Government, I Mary Louise Capoe gave a tap ? thrill If you buy prompts only for U Hrown, Gloria Huford, Shirley

Faculty meeting. dance In a charming costume. Sheis 'she .people who may give you a Colley Ida. Lulu Davis, Gertrude

'Tuesi-ax December 15: in the third grade. gift in return The real thrill of Davis, Doris Hudson, Dorothy Lee

BUS Journal Club. Vocal Solo---"Robins and Roses"by Christmas. In. inn thought of the Johns, Thelma Manning, Betty
Basketball game with Lake Inez Cu tshaw. t' 3$% EY C AAQjp i AN El, Htifov4;; pleasure! you will give others. If Mamhburn, Verlenn Philips, Doris

ti, a' vlilAT 516E 1MA not a gift .a good deed would serveas
Butler there. Song-- "The Old Chisolm Trail" pP Tp 1reNEt1 8ro Prevatt, Julia Frances stewart ;
Boy's and girls at 7:30.: by the third grade.A G b4 SNOVED % w OFF 1kcr wooQSNtD.r well If not better or even a kind Eunice Searing Teacher. t
be celebrated
word. Christmas' inn't to -
Wednesday. December 13: skit by the seventh grade, presented Just as a time of giving and Clarice Thomas, Onle Mae Starling .i

C P C Club. by Opal Peele Vera Mae ._--- ..._ ..- receiving gifts but to bring to mind Doris Mae Gaffney, Margaret -

liursday December 17: Wilkinson and Jewel Reddish. What The Eighth the birthday of the greatest giftof Silcox, Richard Woodward Vio-

Commercial Club. Song-"Florida" by the eighth Travelers Tell OfKnoxville HONOR ROLL all. let Johnson Retha Geiger, Alver- }y

Friday. December 18: grade. Grade Is DoingWe Margaret Lowry tlno Johnson, Jimmie Grlffls, Joe

Christmas Program 2:00: p. ra. Song--"The Lord is my Shep TripThe TWELFTH SKAIK EnglHh 9ATIU'K Andrews Sara Barefoot, George 4

Monday. December 21: herd", by the ninth grade. Virginia Alvarez, Grace Arwood are Interested In reading "A ---+-- Powell, Richard Jackson '
Students that are exemptedfrom students who accompaniedMr. Christmas Carol"' In Literature.
Teacher. '
Mildred Brown, Madeline Crosby, ClIltlSTMAS! JOY Grace Wainwright
exams do not have to Christmas stories are the most and Mrs. Benson to Knoxville, Irene Davis, Patsy Edmondson, This story Is appropriate to this -

come to school. interesting stories of all to school Tennessee Thanksgiving gave talksIn Katie Fugate, Virginia Fugate, time of year so we have had to By Harriet Benson FIFTH UKADE r ,;,
Double sectional the auditorium Thursday, ex wait time to read it.
exams given. a long
children and the grade Is
eighth
Martlle Hemingway, Louree How- The busy store with Christmas Donald Bagwell, Joe English, KK
'Tuesday December 22: having a delightful time using pressing their opinions of the con We are also studying about An-
ard, Lois Judd, Floriod Killings- shoppers swarmed Olin White, Jr., Eloise Bullock
First, second and third period their memories and their Imagina vention and the trip. drew Jackson In History. Pic-
Mar- Ethel Mae Cole-
worth, Myrtice Killingsworth, The rich with furrowed brow and Mary Jo Culdwell,
exams given. tions telling and writing what has Jessie Mae Brannen discussed gie McMillan, Lois Moore, Roswell tures of him have been drawn on fattened purse, man Marjorie Davis Kathleen 4

Wednesday December 23: happened and might happen at "Education' and the Value of the Noegel, Rosa Mae Rowe Arlie the board and a few resemble him Stockwell Margaret Strlngfellow, ,

Fourth, fifth and sixth period Xmas. We hope to send a story to Convention." Sponholtz, Arthur Swanbom Ethel very much. We like Andrew Jack- The shabby shivering poor to get Alberta Woodard, Fay Yarbrough.

exams given. the Journal. Ethel Taylor told us about the Taylor Jack Underbill Hilda Wy- son because he represented the well warmed Mrs. Hart, Teacher. "
thrust out with
We have missed Lois Johns froVn Norris Dam which they saw. It rick. plain people. Till they were an- "

JUNK school this week and are glad to was very interesting to hear aboutIt We want to compliment the pupils gry curse.A THIRD B

Katie seemed to be very worried hear that she expects to be. with from someone who had Just seen ELEVENTH A who have given such good programs Joyce Jrevatt, Lavetta Grlffls, ,

Friday night. It appeared that us again on Monday. It. Beatrice Cassels, Ancil Futch, L. each morning In our room. sales. girl stood on aching feet Bernice Cooper Alvin Crews. %
the ind Virginia had some compilations The eighth grade Is planning foi We to this good and smiled mechanically, v '
The party visited Look Out O. Jones, Vernle Phillips, Carol hope keep up Mrs Roberts, Teacher. t
concerning a Gainesville a class arty very soon. work. At shoppers passing by,
Janie
Mountain n ea r Chattanooga. White, Doc WainwrIght, May "f
boy but everything turned out all about their students She was a dainty thing with fea- .
IIONOR ROLL JUNIOR 111011 Oleta Smith told us Quarles. There were fourteen on SEfOND A.

right because Al Kay came home. Those on the honor roll in the trip to the top of the mountainand the honor roll this month which tures mild, Velma Connor JoHephlrfti Dican'I'
Katie wants to thank AI Kay.A ELEVENTHB I Not. bold and yet no one could call
the Interesting things beats last month's record of twelve. 9 '
seventh grade are: Ovid Futch i many dlo, Leslie Bradley Louise Ed-

few of our Junior Starke Marjorie Thompson, Ralph Darley.. they saw there. Lillian Stump Frances Peek, Here Is our "Original Smile" for her shy. wards, Esther English David Gunter '1

The eighth grade is busily en We heard about the new meth- Edna Pearce Miriam Guy, Billy this week. Robert Johns I i
(Irli had a hilarious weekend.They At five, Grace pulled a tiny hat
gaged in a history project of Flor ods of teaching typing, shorthand Long, Forest Crosby. Mr. Noegal and his son were go- Mrs. Biggs, Teacher.
spent the week-end at the over her curia' f4
ida. Much interest Is being shownIn and bookkeeping from Arlie Spon- Ing to plant some butter beans. .-
lake on a house party. That seems And with a Christmas greeting
their work. holtz. TENTH A They wrote to the person who had FOURTH OKADE NEWS v
to be all the talk. I do not think ,
g y.Turned
that there were any boys in The talks were well given and Lorent Router, Edith Rowe, Doris sent the beans and asked' In which to leave for Jlhe was bound Wo have been very busy in our"art

Gainesville Friday or Saturdaynight. o UESSVilA T were enjoyed very much by all. Silcox, Bertha Taylor, Louise War- moon they should plant them. for Dover, I classes decorating our room for: j

By Inez Rosier ren, Martha Wells. The men wrote back and sale. That English town where old folks Christmas We have made two t

I am thinking of a very small Exciting Game PlayedIn "you don't plant them In a moon, have their say. friezes--one of turkeys and pumpkins .j.;

Ask Frances where she was Sat- 'animal that Is white has pink eyes, TENTH II you plant them In the ground." and another of Christmas t '

urday night. I think she was In two ears four feet five toes on Sanderson By BoysThe Harriet Benson Sydney Griffin' Mary Loraine Stockwell The train was lovely and the way bolls and Polnsettlaa.' On our: bul- !

bcaven. each foot and a short tail. It will Doshia Smith, Mellle Silcox Lor- Reporter. was cold. letin board and l around the black- 1

live where it. the South but the B. H. S. boys basketball Clara Flume -. board for (
M any raine Hartman, Loy- But her blue eyes were more the are pictures appropriate r 1'
She was not the only one who North is too cold for it. It is very I II team lost to Sanderson High ree Phillips. B. H. S. Girls Tie lens bright blue. the Christmas season mounted oared t 1

,wag In heaven, ask Katie where I playful. Some people say if you School by a close score of 23 to 24. She turned them to the passengers/ paper. Our anndtable la dee- '1 I s,

the was Saturday night. Stop pull its tail Its eyes will pop out, The game from start to finish was NINTH A With SandersonThe young aid old. orated with snow and Ice and in ::1! w''

ending those telegrams Rosco. i (because it has no tail). It Is a a close and exciting game. W. S. Rivers L., C. Smith Jr., Her attention she gave where It the center la a miniature Christmas ,

SNOOPER & SNOOPER. pretty little animal very tame. If The line-up for the start was A. Leland Sponholtz, Juanita Barefoot B. H. S. girls basketball) was due tree. Different children have been .. '

: you put it where there are ants it Quarrels, Brown Crosby, Bagwelland Dorothy Crosby, Loral Ben- team tied Sanderson High by a bringing red berries to brighten up I' "

THE DATE OF CHRISTMAS i will destroy them. This partic- Wynn. Although this was not nett. score of 10 to 18. There! In the foremost chair a the room. eWe

ular animal is about five inches tall the complete first team they played The line-up for the first quarter small child sat, spent last Thursday after"I!

We celebrate- Christmas as the I: and three Inches long. fairly well until the third quar NINTH B was: Marie Hlnson Malzle Howard Shabby and thin with tears upon noon carving soap. The best re- .

birthday of Christ but no one ex- ter. Billy Jackson Dempsey Sapp, Mildred Brown, and Zell Collins -: her face sul" i were: a dog by Bryan Har- s.i'

ICily knows when he was born. The SOCIETYPatsy During the middle of the third Caudle Hazen. "Skeet" Tyson and Etta Fae Grace sat down beside her withA rell a man's face by Mack Futch, '

first celebVationa recorded were In Lee Roberts spent Thanks- quarter the first string went Into Dyal all playing for good game and soft smile that would have melt- II and a canoe by Everett Jonea.Mlaa .,.j it, I

the months of May, April and Jan- giving holidays in DeLand. action. The score at that time was EICSIITH; ttKADE making several points in the first ed a stone heart Adkins, Teacher. (\-I i

Hazel Smith and Jewell Reddish 20 to 12 in favor of Sanderson. quarter. That was. Grace. __-_.,-___ '
uary
Alta Smith, Ferol Jones, Gladys : s
cil-u:
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were shopping in Jacksonville Friday From then on the B. H. S. boys Throughout the entire game both MECOND ) NEWS; "t'
Finally about the 300 A. D. Johnson Louise Sterns, Grace
December 25, was decided year on as his made 11 points while Sanderson I Dew Snookey Corpenlng, Carolyn teams kept close score with each I, "May I help you, my dear ?" The We are making booklet telling ,,,\I
had
We are sorry that Mrs. Hill other until the last four or five child turned- .
birthday.The made only 4. Keen, Martha Mathews, Mary up the story of "The First Christmas ; :
to to Tallahassee this week be- minutes. Sanderson In the But ma'um who are ? And i
go Quarrels was in bad shape dur- Lorraine Stockwell, Jack Halle, was you Our booklets are illustrated with ; i
Bible story tells how Mary cause of the illness of her son, but resumedhis I lead and the B. H. S. girls wak- why do you care? colored pictures of each Christmas :
ing part of the game Mable Hewitt, Billy GrIffis, Virginia i
1
nd<1 Joseph went from, Nazareth I'm child with lesson ,' ,
Louis, Jr. -the game later. After Robinson Leonard Smith, ed up and tied the Moore. an orphan no Carol. Beneath each picture Is' 1
position
their home town, to Bethlehem end Marie Hinson far.'the learned written of carol. ';. I f
the whistle had blown for the Emma line Morgan. was by one verse the
where those who belonged to the 'Answer to Gapes. "hat forward And none to learn. See, now my .<
tons of the game Quarrels was given a most outstanding playing I The ones we have completed are: ,
of David had been ordered by tale brave."
Guinea
Roman and pig.NOW free shot but missed. This point !SKVKNTH; ; A the entire game and scoring 11 "Oh Little Town of Bethlehem." \ .'
tax collectors.!!! Joseph '"
Marv FOR A SIII.EOne : would have tied the score. Enoa Hayes, Lester McMillan, points, .Skeet' Tyson played the "While Shepherds Watched Their : ;
arrived late and the inn was "You have not toM me for where
entire and the most .
+-- Freeman Register Jr., Melba Anders game was Flocks, "Hark I The Herald. Angela c 1
10 full that they had to stay in SANTA CLAUS LETTKKS: outstanding guard. Zell Collins you are bound" Sing," "We Three Kings of : t
Bernard R. was digging Rivers Hundley, Marjorie A'
the day
stable that night and there the To an orphanage, Those words 1.
Claus: waa captain playing the position Orient Are'. Next will have ;
he saw Ancil coming. He Dear Santa Mathews Shirley Morgan. we ti
holy stumps said I
"hlld" born. softly "
was
thought that Ancil was going to I've been a good girl and haven'tgone of guard. "Away In a Manger," "Silent ..' ;
So few and scarce In words yet
Shepherds watching their sheep ask him what he was doing, how' out on school nights. I stud- !SEVENTH: II The next scheduled game Is with the Night. Holy Night" and last "Joy ,i I

were told by an angel of the Messiah' much pay he was receiving and if ied my lessons real hard and made Carrie Belle Bennett, Buddy Davis Melrose in Melrose Friday night.ANYBODY'S Nay, pounds the tons of sorrow for joy To The World." ...
birth and went to see the Please send me a new + Mrs. Biggs, Teacher. 5. :
hard. He plannedto good grades.
Nor-
the work were Othmn Haynes, Dorothy Instead.A .
child The mother had placed him tell him that he was digging school house before I graduate this man, Betty Stringfellow; Bertlce BL'HINEHH '"i ,
"> a manger We wonder It this day and Also .send me a secretaryJob Billy Long doesn't want his name TIIIKD GR 111E NEWS ,
stumps, receiving $1.50 a year. Silcox, Geraldine Silcox. bright thought entered the work- /
could! have been in December be- In Gainesville when I finish In the paper. What! Don't tell We have enjoyed decorating our
so. + '
everybody says Ing girl s mind.
cauie this month Is usually rainy do school. I think that is all. cH'ESOlN: me you are shy, Billy. room for Christmas. We colored -j .'
"How I'll sweet and
said, adopt child
my
and the shepherds might not have I Ancil approaching" Yours very truly There is a girl In the Senior class It has been said that "Dot" coy, you pictures of Santa Claus and cut out .'))1
kept their the hills in you do? Katie Fugate. borders of Christmas trees. Sev. ; "
sheep on I to Gainenvllle
attractive and well- Bishop every '
Bernard: "Digging stumps. who is very goes For with this one act, I'm sure )I' '
such weather.We What Is the big attrac- eral members of the class brought :
getting liked. She has light and sparkling Sunday. will find love
"How are you
celebrate Christmas in De- I Ancll: Dear Santa: brown eyes and a pretty tion? Christmas happiness. ; We'll both holly and red berries. (, ;
along 1"Bernard this On the sand table have thennnger .' .
we
cember because it the season want one thing !
was
I only mouth with white teeth. Her hair You can tell Edith ja kin to find Joy.WHAT .
: day.
Pagan fstlvals that had Christmas so be sure to is brown and hangs in graceful Rosa Mae because she talks 10 I I
celebrated Ancil: "You must be crazy. of chewing I for It. One of the boys In ft
for thousands! of years so." me. It Is a big bag waves. She Is Um and dresses _.
before Bernard: "Everybody says Santa our class brought some clay and
loud.Bob
and it Is And then
the Christian era i gum. Any flavor. well and quite popular. Who is Long Is missing so much (,'JlIUotTU'IE! : \NS
mode animals to in
the also some clay use
child month when the home and the :I Myrtice: "Don't you think my If you want to you round can suck- she! school we wonder If the mumps are Christmas is a day set aside for the manger scene ,
are most Impotrant.By me an all year cheer.
bring that bad. good Everybody should be
dress Is a perfect fit? really Miss Buddington Teacher. < :
I
Gladys Carrett, Grace: "Yes indeed; It's almosta er. also be greatly appreciated. Margie McMillan acts so cool toward happy on this day. Christmas does

and Inez Rosier. :" Your very loving friend I Yours truly, a certain Gainesville boy not mean only eat, drink and be think that we owe Him something 'l \
convulsion.
--. -- Margie McMillan. William C. Powell. Why was it Miriam Guy and merry but to give presents and try that can never be repaid. So let's I

I TO MARY LOKRAINE "Have you somethingthat I Edna Pearce couldn't find their car to bring good cheer to all. It la all try to celebrate Christmas in A .
Martlle:
I "' "' fleas on a dog?' Dear Mr. Santa Claus: Dear Santa: In Jacksonville Wednesday? better to give than to receive. good; olcJ-tasbJone way by glv- "

Members of ; B. H. S. staff will cure "I don't know Mar- If you want to do something request for the Yuletide Is Christmas la the birthday of ng present to the poor people ? ti t : :
.
Mae: to My
*nl s the school sorry to Rosa for me someone to go would be s Christ It the whom know would put the gift
are very tell me what ails the nice to think up wisecracks for to take my place great always come on you |l'' :
tpam that you Mary Lorraine tile, can you school for me and get my lessons someone seems to expect me tip to twenty-fifth of December. As you to: a good advantage. We should a atit
stockwell fleas?" hunting, would suit me me. Everyone me.Sincerely know Christmas Is named after church this !j
are confined:: to your while I'm do that all the time and as it yours go on day
to '
me became of pneumonia. We to a T Some gasoline for my car sometimes someone Willis Smith. Christ Christ died for us so I Ralph Rhodes.
to Ouent Again would gets tiresome
Answer
tope south ;
, that you will recover soon for trips seven miles
alld be back with us again Oleta Smith.

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TArE FOUR; BRADFORD. COUNTY TELEC1KAPII. RTARKE' FLORIDA _.__ ..._ -e, _._ --- _- ,_ FRIDAY------ DECEMnr.-_ mRlSINi: \ ''I
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Jj The Dradford-Union I( Woman's Club Has Meeting CanovaBellamyThe MayAlbertFriends \

Bi-County FederationThe | The regular meeting of the Wo- following announcement lal r of Roscoe May will be Miss Edna Lewis, t n nden

,,1il I-fS-OClclyj- Bradford-Union Bi-County I man's Club of Starke was held being received here: I interested to know that he and Mr. and Mr II|T .
MIlls Katie Albert, of Miami, were
Henrietta Canova children
Federation of Woman's Clubs will i I Wednesday afternoon at three Mrs. I and Mrs ,
be held with the Starke Club on o'clock In the club building. Mrs. announces the marriage of her married on Monday December 7 In spent Sunday win .

Tuesday afternoon December 15, JL. A. Canova, president of the daughter, Fort Lauderdale. N. C. Mott of Broni, .
I few
a days
t at 3:30: o'clock at the Starke Wo- i club presided at the meeting Diana Ann They are spending Miss Elna Conm'
r j I Because of the resignation of to with Mr. May's parents, Mr. and week-end In ,, ,.
u Junior Woman's Club Meets man's Club. Mrs. D. E. Roberts I St. Ping <: ,, ,
Miss Loral Bennett and will make
Mrs. H. D. May
Mrs. L. A. Mr. Donald Bellamyon relatives.
Vice President of the Federation Miss Mary Canova;
i : :+; Honored at Buffet Supper The regular meeting of the Junior of Worthington Springs will preside Rennolds was elected House Chair- Monday, November Second their home in Miami, where the H. H. Lewis recent!

+ t w' One of the most delightful events Woman's Club was held on over the meeting. New officers man. Mrs. E. L. Matthews was appointed Nineteen hundred and thirty-six bridegroom has been employed fora and Airs N. C. Mott ..t'i U
xi, among the younger act this week Tuesday afternoon at the club for 1937 will be elected at this press reporter. Ft. Worth, Texas year with the White Belt Dairy Mr. and Mrs. R. M ,
t was the buffet supper and theatre house. Five new members were session.A After a brief business session At Home Company. cently visited Mr and ',
j party given Tuesday night by Mr. unanimously elected to member program appropriate to the the following program was presented 101 West 67th Street Sullivan of Theres a. dt

F and Mrs. C. A. Knight at their ship. They were: Jean Davis, Marion Christmas season has been prepared : New York City u BROOKER Mrs. Bert Shaw had ',1. ,
w1; ,y f home on Call Street, In honor of and Helen Dowling, Zell Col- by the committee and special Reading, "A Christmas Hymn" Anna Canova as she was known Miss Vera, Galnry, CorrespondentWe guests Sunday Mrs Elm |tam''!
F I their niece, Miss Loral Bennett. lins, and Loryee Phillips. Christmas music will be renderedby -Harriet Benson, here, and her slater, Julia Etta, and and daughter, Agnes U .1
; The living and dining rooms The club has adopted an underprivileged the Starke Club. "Silent Night" and "Joy to the her brothers, Leo and Pete have are to announce that Mrs. Russell Carter all rtejj an
were decorated with holly and child to care for The program is as follows: World"-Chorus of the Junior become quite famous In Hollywoodand Mrs. K. Mott Is very sick. bronn. 1

t 4;, poinsettias, suggesting the approach throughout the year. Plans were Hymn-"Adests Fidelea." Woman's Club. New York City. They can Mr and Mrs Vasco Hazen are Grover Goodman of StarK, *.J
( of the Yuletide season. The made to furnish the child with Reading of the Christmas Story Reading, "Christmas" Virginia be heard over the radio regularlyon the proud parents of a fine seven visiting his mother Mr |
r t i Christmas motive was further carried milk while she Is attending school. =Luke 2:8-21: -Mrs. M. P. Geiger, Fugate. Paul Whlteman's program. An- pound girl Marcia Kay. Mr. Ha Driggers, recently. w f
t ( out In the candles of fortune A committee was appointed to buy president of Lake Butler Club. Mrs. J. L. Peek, sponsor of the na has become so well known that zen has returned to his work in La- Mrs. Vollle Starling ot sunJ;

t that were given as favors to each necessary clothing and to plan a Song-"Holy Night. Junior Woman's Club, was director her marriage was announced by Coaches Mrs. Hazen will move was I the guest of Mrs Ber' She,
guest. Christmas box for her. Address of Welcome-Mrs. L. A of this program. Walter Winchell In his Sunday there soon Wednesday.
I
Canova, president of the Starke During the social hour the hostesses night broadcast. Mrs. L. O. Hazen and
) tt Following the supper the party The club voted to pay $3 toward i daughter, David Roes is making a ommesi:
,' i attended the moving pictures at the foundation fund and to pay all Woman' Club.ResponseMr.. served cookies, Christmas Minnie Lou, spent the day Tuesday trip In South Florida this
r the local theatre. dues into the Federation. .. C. D. Newburn, candles, and hot tea. Hostessesfor Shrimp Supper i in Starke with her sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cunne week-

t ) r Those invited to be with the Plans were discussed for a benefit Worthington Springs Club. the afternoon were: Mrs. E. K. Informality was the keynote Mrs. Mertle McKinney. children recently visited !oil 1L 411
Mrs. B. Jacobs, Mrs.
I Music-Starke Club. Perryman
dance to be held at the club Edward Misses Ernestine when 'Mrs. E. L. Matthews enter- Mrs. O. C. Kelley was in Starke Mrs. W. R. Conner of Saxt.u
Round tabel discussion"WhatChristmas Burns
house on December 23. tained with a Creole shrimp supper, Wednesday Christmas shopping.Don.t .
A 3 Edwards Hazel
I'1 Should Mean to the Buddlngton, Lucile ,
at six o'clock at forget Sunday School ev- Beryllium Is a metal ahou meJ
The following was an- Saturday evening
program Adklns and Rosalind Jacobs.
Clubwoman" led by Mrs. J. E. third
RITZ THEATRE 10 o'clock.EVERGREEN lighter than
nounced by the chairman of the Mains, Lake Butler Club. '. her horn ery Sunday morning. at. aluminun
t Program Committee, Martile Hem Autumn leaves were used in dec-
STARK Special Music-Starke Club! W. M. S. Circle MeetingsMrs.
ingway. Business. orating the living and dining rooms

Talk on the work of other Junior Roll callReports Olin W. White was hostess where card tables were placed for Mrs. F. A. Rosier, Correspondent t :
li., PROGRAM'THURS.FRI the state Monday afternoon to Circle Number the guests.
by
( Clubs throughout from Clubs. Mrs. Emmaline Bell and baby of
of the Woman's Mission '
One Those present with the hostess
Virginia Fugate. Election of officers.Adjournment. Yellow Water spent Sunday afternoon -
I .. DEC. 10-11 Christmas Harriet ary Society of the Methodist were Misses Hazel Adklns, Annie
"A
Hymn" by with Mrs. J. S. Rosier.
"His Brother's Wife"Robert Benson. Social hour. Church, at her home on Lake Mae Pearce, Rosalind Jacobs, Mary "ftjf
Miss
Street. Pauline Johns of Sander-
Canova Lucile
Mitchell, Ruth
Each member of the Starke Clubis
Hostesses for the afternoonwere The was opened with son spent the week-end with Miss
ti: Taylor meeting Sternberg, Mina Manassa. Mrs. H.
Invited to be present and be a
' Barbara Stanwyck : Misses Edna Pearce, Vernle Mrs. B. M. Montgomeryand Louise Rosier.
1 I prayer by C. Brown, Mrs. George Manassa,
hostess to the visiting club mem-
Harriet
y Miriam Guv... and Studio
y Phillips. bers. Special hostesses appointedby the devotional service was led I and Mrs. H. C. Richard of the Mrs. C. J. Johns of the State Uprightsand
..j HATCRDAY: DEC. 12 Benson. by> the circle leader, Mrs. J. W. Farm
the President for this meetingare State Farm. was visiting Mrs. R. S. Ros- Grand PianosALSO
Double Feature White. Subject for the ier
program Saturday afternoon
\ : :Mrs Marcus F. Brown, Mrs.
; '' 'i "Aces & Eight"Tim Ladies' AuxiliaryThe Archibald Johns, Mrs. R. A. Green, was "A World-Wide Hook-up" anda ZIFF Louise and Clarice Rosier spent

j Ladles' Auxiliary of the Mrs. W. N. North Mrs. W. A. reading was given about Brazil Ml.... I.uln Ma Lew/... Correspondent Sunday afternoon with Betty, GUARANTEED USED
McCoy: Church held its by> Mrs. Pearl Simpson; work In and Melba PIANOSA
Presbyterian regular Brown, Mrs. W. B. Parks, and Miss Margaret Stringfellowat
j AND meeting at the home of Mrs. Dorothy .Sapp. China was discussed by Mrs J. F. Church services were conductedat the State Farm. Price for every Pocketbook

, 'Forced Landing" John Uglow and Mrs. C. W. Ward Colley; Mexico by Mrs E. K. Per- Dedan Church Saturday and Mrs. J. D. Peele and children LILLIAN'SMUSIC

t E 'trig ALSO\ Tuesday evening at 7:30: o'clock. Officers Elected ryman; and Belgian. Congo by Mrs. Sunday by the pastor, Rev. C. A. were visiting Mrs. R. S. Rosier

4 i1 1 9; },; SERIAL and COMEDY Autumn leaves were used In dec By Woodman Circle Montgomery. Crosby, of Brooker. Sunday afternoon. STORE
During the business session Miss
Miss DonnIe Mann
SUN.MON.., DEG 13-U orating the living room. The Woodman Circle, Starke Olive Ray acted as secretary and Myrtle Palmer, of Fairbanks and Mlsa Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier spent Opp. Florida Theatre
1,' Mrs. G. W. Lowry was the leader Grove 278 met In regular session In the absence of the circle trea- recent of were Sunday with her brother, Walter GAINESVILLEgrace
"Great Ziegfeld"Wm. of the devotional service, which Tuesday night, December 8, with surer, also looked after the fin- guests Miss Hazel Thomas. Sapp, near Sanderson.

j Powell consisted of songs scripture, and the guardian, Mrs. Vergle Flynn, ances. The pastor, the Rev. B. M.
r }. 1'lyrnlIAY prayer and closed with the readingof presiding I Montgomery, visited each circle P. W. Lewis, of Jacksonville, distinctive flowerscherry
sl, Louise Hauler a beautiful Christmas poem. The After the regular order of business and talked about plans for Christ- spent last Thursday here with his
and business meeting was presided by plans for the Christmas tree mas giving. Mrs. Charley E. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. at herschel
i. All Star Cast Mrs. H. H. Young, president. were discussed. Also a Christmas Johns, chairman of finance for the Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and Jacksonville

"' }, r TUKM.-WED., DEC. 15-lft Mrs. W. A. Bonham conducted program was planned.The I present quarter, gave a detailed report sons, L. O. and Johnnie, and daughter phone 7-2139
the Bible quiz. Mrs. Willie Gibson nominating committee gave' of the last food sale and stat- Lulamae and Miss Hazel mart center pieces unusual corsages '
"Ex Mrs. Bradford"Jean presented the Christmas story-a their report and the following officers ed that $26.73 was made clear of Thomas spent Sunday at Graham flowers for gifts
e Arthur story of the first Christmas which were elected for the ensuing all expenses. with Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal.A .
Win. Powell with the : Guardian, Mrs. Viola FuaseJl large crowd attended the fifth
was Interspersed tradi- year ; During the social half hour, the AS NEAR TO YOU
tional Christmas carols. Past Guardian, Mrs. Lorenza hostesses and her daughter, Miss Sunday meeting at Dedan last FLOWERS
'J'IIUR .-"'IU., DEC. 11-18 During the social hour the hose Green; Adviser, Mrs. A. J. Griffis; Dorothy White, served sandwichesand Sunday. AS YOUR TELEPHONEFOR

1)1) 4m "Picadilly Jim" tesses served delicious hot chocolate Chaplain, Mrs. Mildred Powell; At- tea.Circle. Those from Starke attending the
ALL OCCASIONS )) I
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and cake tendant, Miss Elizabeth! Williams
Robert Montgomery ; Number Two was enter- cane grinding at the home of Miss

l, > Madge Evan AJ, : honoree were Marlon and Helen Assistant Attendant, Mrs Vergle tained by Mrs.,A. Wood at her suburban Hazel Thomas Thursday were: ALL ORDERS FILLED .
t Flynn; Musician, Mrs. Maud Andrews home east of Starke. Mrs. Resale and and M. C. Thomas
Dowling, L'Etta Corpening, Jean ; Banker. Mrs. Louise Williams Wood presided over the meeting Frank Fullard. Albert William, ARTISTICALLY-ECONOMICALLY "k" ,
} IMPORTANTNOTICE Davis, Margaret Lowry, Betty ; Recording secretary, and which was opened with prayer. Misses Edna Mae Horn, Miss Agnes PROMPTLY' :

t well.Green, and Mary. Lorraine Stock. corresponding secretary Mra. Lulu Miss Kate Struth, superintendent Johns, Lauretta Cox: and Ove- MRS. L. G. POWELL, Starke

There will bee alight advanceIn Hutto; Junior Councilor, Miss Amy J I of Baby Specials for the Society da Thomas.

prices at the Illtz Theatre Moore; Junior supervisor, Mrs. sent a report stating that.
Sunday and Monday during thep.nflttJon Ethel Raymond; Team Mrs. Earl C. Kenyon had given $10
of the Roadshow ESTATE Miss Vonda Inman; Inter as a memorial for her Infant son,
n t, Production Mra. Emily Denmark; captaln'l Stephen David Kenyon, who died A REAL .GOOD
: '< }'' "TIlE GREAT ZIEGFELD" tinel, Mrs. Rosa Goodman; last September. The money was C BBAGElb2 GREEN'S

Children 15c REALIF er, Mrs Vonda Inman; First audi used to purchase twelve small c.
35c YOU WANT TO tor, Mrs. Ethel Chambers; Sec- chairs for the beginners class FLOUR24Lbs.
Adults BUY, SELL OR RENT ond auditor, Mrs. Carolyn Inman; room in the church school, which
t Due to the unusual length of SEE US- Third auditor Mrs. Bertha Pierce.A I. taught by Miss Struth. Mrs. STORE
this program there will be only letter was read from the Field Kenyon also gave $5.00 for a life WHOLE' GRAIN
I $t' one show Monday night bpfrln-! Work Committee congratulatingthe membership certificate for her
nine at 7:45" P. M. Sunday's WILSONREALTY reporter on the splendid work lour year old 'daughter, ClaireGeorglann'1 RICE 5lbs. 23c CASH & CARRY 75c
schedule will be na usual Matins .
CO. that she did this past year. Kenyon. Mr. and Mrs. STARKEFLA.F .
( 8:80: P. M. Night Show at
Sa 9:00: P. M. After the business meeting a Kenyon formerly lived here but are
,0 pleasant social hour was enjoyedby now living in Jacksonville, and the
Ask About Our Profit-Sharing Plan-
the members. The hostesses, Society greatly appreciates their R E E F R E E
Mrs. McKinney, Mrs. Dowling, and gifts. It Costs You Nothing-Save Your Tickets r
Mrs. Griffis served cake and cof The ''worship service was conducted

., jJ Try A Dish of Steaming HotCHILE fee. the by subject Mrs.. H.was B. McLendonand "Strength ROUND STEAK lb. 20c

Young Matron's MeetingThe CANDY
OYSTERS: Comes With the Task, and the Lb. lOc
I scripture reading was from Isaiah
Young Matron's Circle of FRESH PORKSAUSAGE

fti'' /".. HOT TAMALE9SPAGHETTI BEDTIME: TO the Baptist W. M. U. met Monday 40:28-31.: PRINCE ALBERT can ,. lac Lb. 25c
BEFORE night at 7:30: o'clock' at the homeof At the close of the meeting the ,
1 '; :SU.IITN)) SEE HOW Mr. and Mrs. Orle Wiggins with hostess, assisted by Mrs. A.V.. NEW FLORIDA
GOOD IT MAKES YOU PET OR CARNATION
1' CHILE BEANS:
k{ PEEL IT'S FINE FOR Mrs. Wiggins and Mrs. H. T. Hall, Anderson, served hot tea and wa

o i ( SHORT ORDERSHALL'S SUPPER TOO. Jr.Following. as hostesses.the brief business fers. MILK, tall can 7c SYRUP Gallon 45c

(1 LUNCHNear MISSION! HALL
meeting the hostesses served delicious -
r Seaboard Station sandwiches, hot chocolate, One of the most important stud- LEMONS, Doz. ------ -JQcSUGAR CIIUCK ROAST OR
1 ''" and salted nuts to the guests.GIF"l" lea yet held at the Mission was on STEAK, Lb. 12V:>c
Erf Tuesday evening when "The: Ene-
{E'E't -- mies of God" was the topic used.A I 5 Lbs. 25c FRESH

t splendid attendance, considering I PORK CHOPS Lb. 20c
sEs SUGGESTIONS the cold and rain and when old and !Bo f PKG.

young find Joy'In braving the ele- SALT Pkg. __ __ ____ __3c '
MEN'S ELECTRICNt'SN.LI.V'S ments to climb stairs to an Upper NECK BONES, 3 Lbs. 25c
r FITTASES CANDIES I Room and there' learn of Him they HOME: GROUND
'' E t I'r''; TREE SETS seek to. serve, one realizes more Kin
&; fully the power of the gospel and MEAi: 10 Lhs 25c
fi'KI1' eo FROM: ITMAN'S: SOC Each 34c is encouraged to look beyond the BEEF STEW\ Lb. lOc

rd1 CHOCOLATES things of earth realizing that John 10o BOX
$3 LB.
Xmas 12:32: Is literally true.
WrappingsOIR j 3c
ASPIRIN Box _ BOLOGNA
OIR: LINE is Besides the Bible: study there wasa
SAUSAGE Lb. 12/2c
i I M VNN1NOCHOCOLATES: 50cLB. I'Nt'SIT.LI.COII'LETE: song and recitation by girls of I rilARMKRCOFFEE -,

-- the group, and a visiting minister,
Sl'ECL1LLl'ES Rev. Hazelwood, gave a helpful Can WcQtTAKT COCOA
short in I .. l2Y2c
Fountain Pen and XMAS CARDS sermonette at the close, -
length but strong in gospel mes
\S JARPEANUT QUART) JARDILL
4 Pencil lc to Sfi WITH ENVELOPE sage.
41
: I BUTTER .25c '
and make
Sets Originality Informality ---- -- PICKLES 12'cMIRACLE
\\1TH ZIPPERSCOMPACTS STATIONERYGIFT the meetings new and interestingas

BOXES well as helpful. WHIP __ ll-OZ. TOMATO <"'

q ;., i ALL KINDS SIZES $1 l A Three Days' CoughIs CATSUP -- lOc
STANDARD MAKES
\ SALAD DRESSING
,1. ; lIP
Your Danger SignalNo
A New

'4 +t; 'li1"' DRESSER SETS Hand HalfHcautle. .For have matter tried how for your many cough, medicinesyou chest 8oz. ___ ______ r-- 13c FLAKES Pkgs. 15c

,'' 1 u IN BEAUTIFUL, Ladles Nov- cold or bronchial Irritation,you can
1 '1 CHROMIUM: : $1 98 el'est get relief now with Creomulslon. NO. 2 CANS-STANDARD PACK
FROM' : .. -Pocket Serious trouble may be brewing and Pint - .- .h __ -- 24c
', ) Type>> tor Men you cannot afford to take a chance - 7c
with anything less than Creomul- TOMATOES can

JA tir BRUSH SETS Zion which goes right to the seat Quart ____ 39c
of the trouble to aid nature to -- -- ----
4" & LOOK soothe and heal the Inflamed membranes ZK-OZ. JAIt APPLE

:n+ ::'! PROPHYLACTIC $1.25 1 "Cascade" 49c as the germ-laden phlegmIs BUTTER _ 12/ c
i 1.:1STF'UItE1'M.lt loosened and expelled. I KR.'FT' -
rP IN OUR WINDOW "SymphonyTIIK 98c Even If other remedies have) GROUND
DAD YPURE
failed doct be discouraged yourdruggist

r' ,, REXALLSTOUE MITCHELL'S DRUG STORERy Creomulslon money If is you authorized and are not to satisfied refund to guarantee your with i MAYONNAISE, PI. 28c COFFEE Lb. 121hc

results from the very first bottle.
yyy -. Oet Creomulslon right now. (Adv..
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DECEMBER H, 1036

...'- ,- -- ,..-- .- BRADFORD CCU'XTY TELEGRAPH STXRKE.
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Mrs: ,- ----- --_.."- -. -". .. _. = -_: _::
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i, "miiM (.fKlKiM. of Jack :Ml t r It.dh'' W :1' K j jihildien '
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flBits "am'II! ', Spent Mniianu.l Tuesday ol ..Ia'kMoJ"IIl'" \<.,.ic tin- LA1VTEYo ,tan." ,i humnctia visitor hi'n' Tw I It 13 estimated that the tnt< with HIM SI'el'11'8, : highway connecting: north
S 8 guest. tln.taof \li, R.milHll .1 Phillip* l'.rr.a..N..ft'tty IVMi
of Dowling par..nts.tr: ; I a. R. A. Griff 1 woo nan been and South America will) cost approximately :
i and M's! J M Alva
I res. F.IwflouAt tailing In Martanna for the punt. $200,000,000 to com

IE i: Mr. and Mrs. R, J. Davis and, the annual City Election held several days returned to her home plete. d j
daughters Ida here Tuesday W F. Moore defeated here Friday.
( Lulu and MEror} Oft ft weft> Mater
I hhiunpiM at
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Local tTes spent Sunday In St. Augustine visI lA-iL. for no evtrn" co.L A. H Harley, !Rr': for the office Mrs F R. Caradlne wits, shop
I iting Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Tatum. of Mayor by.\ vote of 47 to 22. ping In Jacksonville Tuvsduy
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND "" Friends-. -- --- V. R. Reddish was le-elected to the Mr. and Mm Louis II 11111 were GENT L WORD i
I of little Ona Demurest,
Mis. & office of marshall by the following; called to Tallahassee Sunday on
Biggs and
I
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Mrs. D. A. Monteith and childrenand who underwent an operation for j' vote: Reddish :39 J. A. Howe 17, account of the lllneti of their son. COLUMN i
chil- appendicitis last week will be
glad
and Ceo F. Young 13. O. J. Phil- .
dren L II Hill. Jr. Reports at this
will spend the week-end in to learn that she Is Improving rap-i FOR SALE Smoothing Irons,
i lips wa irturueJ to office of clerk time him
Jacksonville I report recovering. heated fuel No
idly. by nuggets.
.. without opposition. The followingwere
Plummer Is confined to his
Billy drudgery In your Ironing with thlll
elected to office of councilmen -
F. Flume spentmay Mrs. on Mr. and T.I home with a severe case of maln- new Invention. See Edna Lewis, r
and Mrs. F. L. D. Keller and Leo, Mrs. Luther Rhodes W. P. Smith Eldrlilge Smith, without opposition: C. R.
J yr
) In Jacksonville. I Jr., spent Wednesday in Jacksonville spent Sunday afternoon in Jack- F. Landrum Dr. .1.V.. Brownlee Whitehead], A. A. Griffis, R. A. rla fever and Influenza at this time. Route 2, Starke. ltp

sonville tives. visiting friends and rela- G. L. Patten and L. F. Smith attended Blanchard A. M. Lewis. the Remember Baptist Church preaching each services Sundayby at WILL PAY CASH-for used pi- tI

A. F Sauls spent Monday the Florida-Mississippi football anos. Write Lillian's Music
JIJ1. the pastor Rev. Q. E. Cutshaw,,
.JatkllOnv\J1e.\ Leslie Biggs, a student at Stet- Bailing silk game in Gainesville Saturday. Read \\lnter Here at 11 a. nand 7 p. m. Store, 342 W. University Ave..
son University, spent the week-end shades hose In all winter I Fogs and mist are now giving I Gainesville, Fla. tf '
H. C. Wall spent here. at Stump's. Smart new sport coats and -- -- -
and Mrs. I u.\ a real treat of winter weather
IIr. nulls WOODLAWNMrs. WANTED-Share cropper to operI I
reduced at :
Jacksonville swagger Margu- .
Bdneeday in hero which at the same time la of
Captain and Mrs. J. B. Rousseauof Miss Mary Canova spent Thursday rite'.. An opportunity you can't much benefit to the strawberrycrop : A. J. Yarbrough, 'or. ate two-horse farm and cultivate
and Friday In Jacksonville as afford to miss. 30-acro pecan grove. Must be able
Coleman spent the St. Augustine were guests Sun- which Is badly in need of rain. -
yen Eaall' the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. to finance self. N. D. Wainwright12.1.3tp .
Jacksonville. day of Mrs. E. L. Biggs. The dampness will greatly assist Mr and Mrs. Riley Kersey and
in
end Wainwright.
,KI J. H. Benson
has been notified
the plants to retain the fertilizer: Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kersey of
J. J. Canova of Gainesville was that he is the Florida delegate to: which has been placed for them. Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and TRACTOR YORK-I am able to ,
Ripper of Gainesville was Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins hadas the National
Convention of
H the
C I visiting his mother, Mrs. E. E. Ca- Mrs. W. R. Kersey Sunday. do all kinds of tractor work. Fully .
visitor here Tuesday. their guests Sunday Mr. and National Commercial Teachers As- Personals.
bUBJnesa
nova, Sunday. Carl Hilliard and daughters.Juanita modern equipment. Refer to S.
I Mrs L. L. Roane and children of sociation at New Orleans. next
Mr. and Mrs. W. Hal Edwardswere Geneva and 1'Eva, were I It. Johns, Sr., for Information.
Jacksonville
Chicago. Ill., latfting Beach. January.Mrs. .
Allen Long Come In and see our suggestions visiting relatives at Orange visitors at the State Farm Sun- 12-l-3lp
Mrs. F. H.
mother,
r\ his for Xmas gifts.! Why not give a Park Sunday afternoon.
Miss Ernestine Andrews attended Frances Packer and daughter day.Mr. GOOD FAHM-E'or sale, 80 acres,
:ngL permanent series of hot oils, manicures the football Mrs. Eva Godwin of the Slat and Mrs. E. C. Johns of Law-
game and the festivities Imogene. of Newport Richeyand I 13! miles weat of Starke In Brad
or fnolulu' at Leila's in Farm was visiting! relatives here icy were visiting in this sectionTuesday.
Gainesville last Mr. and Mrs.
A. Herring: of Jacksonville week- Henry Parker ford County. 5O cleared, good
business visitor here Tues- Miss Rosalind end. and Joe Lucas of Grand Rapids Sunday. fence, good buildings. See or write,
M a Jacobs spent Friday Miss Bernice Adams who ha Thelma Harris, who has
Mich., are guests of Mr. and Mrs.P. Mrs L. W. Sowell. Mlcanopy Kin.
-'Y., In Jacksonville visiting her Congressman and Mrs R. A. 10[. Barefoot and 1>11'. and Mis. been visiting relatives here for the' been very ill, Is Improving, at the 12-4-4tp
'- chance! "Classy sister Miss Miriam Jacobs. Green attended the Good Neighbor L. J Green. past several weeks returned to her,'I I home of her mother, Mrs. S. II. .
your
ass's Conference at Camp Roosevelt home at Macon, Ga., Sunday. Thompson. NEE 4
ken' dresses at great reduction.larpirrlie'it. Mr. and :Mrs.\ J. T. Quigley spent
Tuesday .. Selling at coat: Halt, dresses, Miss Dolly Pink In... was shoppingIn : Mr. and J Mrs. W. 11. Kersey, Mrs. Kllgore's large, new spring 1937
Wednesday in
4\ night Green Cove
--' r coat and swagger suit, ut :Mar Jacksonville Tuesday K E. Yarbrough and:: Mr and Mrs. aced catalog now available. Send
Dr and Mrs. B. S. Carrol of I I Springs._ :Men's and IjulleV Ilnthrolx-H, on- guerite' Ed. Kdwardn of Jacksonville wa, A..1. YHI'brough and son, were visiting for your free copy. The Kilgore
the of I ly J.3.1 at stump' --- visiting here Saturday Mr and Mrs Carl Hilliard Seed Company, Plant City Fin
;uksonville were guests Illness has confined the Rev. C.
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. FuAsel and M L Edwards!: of JacknonvtlU! land family Sunday night ItIIH1ST.M
F H. Long Sunday. B. Price to
J/rJ./ his home for several
Mr. and Mrs B. C. Prince. Mrs. their house guest Mrs. Vertne .,
day this week. E. L. Biggs. Bobby Biggs and Mrs. Morris!, spent Sunday afternoon in
Mrs IW Varnadoe of Savunii -
D. A. Montelth sent, Saturday afternoon St.Augustine. Mrs. MorrlsM left
Ga is visiting her parents Miss Mamie Brinson of Bronson In Jacksonville.Mrs. Monday for Avon Park to spend <' : .\S CHOCOLATE
lit.and Mr VV P. Smith. was the week-end guest of Mr. and J .. / '
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the winter
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Yea c A Knight and Mrs. C. Mrs. J. M. Brownlee O. J. Griffin of St, Augustine ___ I :MIX I i P T: OGROCERY CUKAM .I

spent several days of last week New coats. elrl'sses, w.d11I11I..ry: I
Price spent Wednesday in Jack- :Make it tour through Stump' her '... CANDY
visiting arrived 1'riren
daughter Mrs. E. L. just at Sturn)' CANDYLb.
.,ivillf store for gilts and toys. Biggs. rlRht. I f

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Children' Bathrobes at Stump' Mrs. D. P Carpenter and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs. Mrs.V.. E. Middleton, Miss FINE FOODS
sly 1 $1.23.: T. T. Long spent Saturday in lOc Lb. lOcFANCY
Fay Gill Thomas Gill and Thomas Madge Middleton, and Marjorie .
.
--- Jacksonville.Mr. LOW PRICES
Gill 3rd visited relatives in Per- Sue Middleton spent the week-end '!
lira O J. Beavers of Tallasse,
ry Sunday. Thomas Gill remainedfor In Jacksonville visiting relatives. I
11I.,has been the of Mr. and and r1cNlG \
guest Mrs. K. G. Duncan and a week's visit. Sunday they visited with Dr. W
!is.W N. North. R. F. Theis spent Wednesday in -- E. Middleton who Is spending a Lb. 25cFAT
5 Lbs. lOc HAMS
Jacksonville Mrs. Mary Wilmot, of Garden while at his camp near Brunswick, ONIONS
JL T. Osteen of Brooker,
county
Grove, Ia., Is the guest of her son Ga. FAT
:mlssioner, was a business vlsl- C. D. Williams of Tallahasseewas
and Mr.
daughter-In-law. and Mrs.
There; Monday. a business visitor here Wed- Ernest Wilmot. It Is her first tripto Every day Is bargain day at HENS Lb. 19c I IREL

nesday. Florida. Stump's. POTATOES 10 Lbs. 15c
lira) J. C. Booker and Mrs. Joe I I -- noon MIXKDHAMBURGER ,"

illace spent Wednesday in Jack- Friends of Mary Lorraine Stock- I Don't forget at Leila's you get a E. S. Matthews E. L. Matthews, '
ivllle well will regret to learn that she I soft water shampoo for no extra I and Congressman R. A. Green, at- Lb. 15c : !
is seriously 111 at her home on cost.. tended the first meeting of the i LETTUCE 2H'ds 15c
C. B. Surrency and J. A. Doug- Ninth Street. Florida Gridiron Club sponsored by lUtRAKFAST

lot Brooker were business vlsl- Mr. and Mrs. George C. Blume the Sigma Delta Chi, journalistic J

4 here Saturday.; Congressman and Mrs. R. A. and Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGrlll, all fraternity at the %University of GRAPEFRUIT 4 for lOc BACON Lb. 32c
Green left Wednesday for Miami
, ft Jacksonville, were guests of Florida. They also attended the ,
Pr.1.0d'.frst;. H. B. McLendon where they attended the annual air Congressman and Mrs. R. A. Green All-Universities luncheon at noon, HEAL OOOn TENDER
re dinner'guests of Dr. and Mrs. maneuvers. They were entertained did Judge and Mrs. E, K. Per-
Sunday. as
urday U:E.: Murphree evening.at the State Farm at the the city.Pancoast Hotel as guestsof Miss Rosalind Jacobs suffered ryman and Mrs. R. A, Green. ORANGES Doz. 15c CHUCK ROAST Lb. 12/2c ,

.
I an attack of appendicitis Thursdayand Santa Claus will be at Stump's YORK SMOKED
J' NAT SEZ: was carried to a Jacksonvlll Store all day Dec. 24th, bring the 1

I hospital where. she will undergo an I children to see him.S. APPLES 5 Lbs. 25c SAUSAGE Lb. 15cSALTMACKERELEa.lOc ,

j N ; Believe/ It or not, folks, there are operation.The R. Johns, Jr., who has been I

i ..; : only 12 more chopping days left Woman's Christian Temperance connected in business with his NEW POTATOES Lb. 5c 1
before Christmas. I don't want Union meeting will be at the father, left Tuesday for Augusta,
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ga., where he will be associate 1
Ii'f' to rush you, but, my advice Is to Quig- FRUIT CAKE
.t Mart jour shopping now and avoid ley on Friday afternoon at the with his brother-in-law, C. N. TOMATOES
usual hour.Sherman. Christy, in the grocery brokerage MATERIALt '
the last minute rush. If however aI' i
business. Mrs. Johns and baby
for that last. min-
are Malting
jou Bates who is a studentat went to Jacksonville to visit Mrs. ;
ute check, "e'ldo/ our best to give WALNUTS, Lb. 25c :s i
the University of Florida, Johns' parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. -
you the best- service rush or no Gainesville, spent the weekendhere Ritch, until after the Christmas 4 NO. 2 CANS 25c BRAZIL NUTS, Lb. 20c ;

ruth. with his uncle and aunt, Mr. holidays.
ALMONDS, Lb. JOe: '
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and Mrs. Olin W. White.Sre --- --
A pipe that is flowing completely MIXED NUTS, Lb..25c ;

the new line of Gownurd Cornet full of water will not discharge MILK CARNATION tall 2 for f I 15cPANCtUIIOLR large PECANS, Lb. 15c ,::
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which is only -
much partly
*, Combination and MUHImpllrity as as one ,
Cluster '
,; / RAISINS, Lb 15c t
THE BEST GIFTS YOU at Stump's, f filled.
't"1}' 1 GRAIN HLt'E nosE Hulk RAISINS Lb. 7Mc '

C.\N GIVE IIER. S ';;1 Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Mr. and One tribe of South African natives CURRANTS. rk*. 15c ; -$
A *.1 Mrs. A. Anderson spent believes the body has three .J
; George
Munsingwear.; Sunday in Madison visiting Mrs. I souls: One in the head another In RICE .5 Ib 19c DATES, I'k. lOc & 15c ,

r Epperson's brother and slster-ln-I the stomach and the third In the s. CITRON PEEL, lb. _29c

law Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Knight. 1 bIg toe. ORANGE PEEL Ib _29c
HOSE ... ,
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LEMON PEEL, lb. 29c

CHIFFON HEIGHT OR SERVICE And the Worst\ Yet to Comed0 --- PURE LARD 2 Lbs 25c CITE API'I.E, Lb.1, Lb. .39c IcCINfiEK


Lb._. .._4ge
79c & $1.00 ': (' Tnwu; lAgEX77CA FANi'Y MI.NUPATNA Old Line Mince Meat lOc r ;

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COCONUT, W )Ib. lOc) .

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USEFUL; GIFT 75c 39c '

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TOYS & QualityDistinctive e BACON Lb.12J2C Lb. 18c 'ty .'


Pattern f'\KMKK HKKAK Of MOleN'r '

DOLLS PlUCED r I I COFFEE Lb. 12'/2c' COFFEE Lb. 18c .wI: I


Buy OFALL', i $1 00 i .'..I

WHILE THE EARLY SELECTION / Palm Olive Soap, 2 bars lie Oct. Toilet Soap, 3 bars 14c ,

is GOOD ,' I To I Super Suds, Medium, 3 for 25c Octagon Cleanser, 2 cans 9c

.- Super Suds, Large, 2 for 35c Octagon Soap Chips, Pkg. lOc 1,1 '.

l IOe to $1 e00 :Aa.J $1.95 oncent'd Super Suds, 2 for He Octagon Soap, 10 bars 25c j ',, i

3 for 13c Powders 10 Pkgs. 25c
-- I Oct. Giant Soap, Octagon j ; ,

IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S --.--- -=.--<------- ---- -- -_.._ I Ij Oct. Giant Powders, 3 for 13c Oct. Granulated Soap, Plcg. lOc ''I ,<<,

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ft" .. I of, ()rant Line, and 8>a of SEU south the 5L1, nf the SEH of Section 32, T.South. hOTICE
k : -..-.. lJD... ::.f Cram; Line: of Section 3.; all I H 22 EastWhlih Notice Is b
01 raid application will be h.r *' f ,
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south of Orant Line, ex.pt 8.WV4 or. mid .
.'.*..W'of' > Section 4.; all south of .a" on !the petition now on file AUMtln l'r..dlo. M <
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1L riN. (5i, ant! line, except NW14 of 8W(4( County Judge's (Court Bradford .lBlm". against "u-, .
SW''. nt !NEV:\ ot S\V$, NE% oC County, Florida.DIM the Honorable th ", '
:SW/4 of SWV4, SWU of SE%. Of 'nmli-r" 3, 1'clflT K I ,
FARMERS SECTION I LIVE STATE NEWS Section fi; :oIEir.., Nty of SE4.' of Sec- FRANK LANDRUM. I County Florida JUdge within or I ,, '"
Ouardlan. "lu! .
tlon.. 9: In Township 9 8. itang-e 21 date of first
puhlu,
I I U And also 18.4-51-1-1 I lice or said olalms

.... of Florida in Short Paragraphs NW'i. Nty of 8W 4. NW% of BE',. by law and to pnj .
Conducted by Demonstration A cents S'A of SE'4 .('f Section 6: NKH: ofNft 'SOTICH OF .APPI.I4TlOIIIt "l the estate to the '","1. I,
II III > \ of NEVi, Wtt of SE14 of -r\\ I)I-KI: )
SWV4
4 I George p ,
W; i SI-:',. Win of \VV4 of NW NV\ Of isr.te Bill %... 1(13)NUTI'H : "' "
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I' S514 of SE'4 of Section IS HKHKHY OWEN That I 1134t.I2..4NorICit .
I 7.; 'w.r-tff NW 4 of 't': WH, of Oeorge Klvers, holder of Tax Cer
1S.l of NW14, SEH of MWL? of Section tlClc..t. No. I M9. Issued the 3rd day
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---w- i 1"- *; SW4 of NEW, SWU of NWfc.W"A August, AI). 1931, has filed name 0. tI'pi, \ ,
IN CASH of SWli. SE'4 of SEV4, of Seotlon : In my office. and has made. application ) % Iu-i-ti: II.
, ii DEMAND: FOR PRODUCTS I SEMINOLES TO ATTEND FOR MILLION (Sesale
for tax deed to be
17; NEW of NKV4, leas 2 acresIn issuedthareon. IU'n. I n I ,
: RURAL OF FARM TO INCREASEIN TALLAHASSEENative Flor- MIAMI BEACH Purchase of SE cornet 8'i ot NWU of NE'4, Said certificate embracesthe NOTICE IS HEHI 1 ,
SAYS S', of NEo! N'4 of SB'/J, of Section following described property inthe That A J. ,
1937, REPORT Indians from the Isles ocean I 81arlnl.
idiana- Seminole the 3840-acre Sunny 18; E"i of Lot I, of Section 29: County of Bradford State ofI"iorlia. Tax I i :v
c COMMON SENSE fastnesses of the Evergladeswilladd front development In North Miami In Township 8 S. Range 22 E. And to-wlt: *r North-East: Quarter of Northwest filed same In 1 h
also .
GAINESVILLEStronger buy- to the colorful ceremonies to Beach by Kustls R. Froedtert of Quarter of Section 82, made my oCr. "h|
By SPUDS JOHNSON Ing of consumers In the FredP. Commence Sff feet north 22 de- Township. 7 South Range 21KRHt. be ".appl..atlon i; '
; : power be held here January 5 when the Froedtert Grain and Malting trees. west and 30 feet .outh 48 degrees saiil .,'<

United States and In certain for Cone of Lake City, Is Inaugur- Company of Milwaukee, WIs., for west of center line of S. A. L. less. .containing 40 acres moreor property embraces In the the foluWlng ,. I..

,, FARMING RESEARCH eign countries Is expected to result ated as Florida's) twenty-seventh approximately $1,000,000 In cash Hallway NK corner track of same Caesar corner Kaddlsh'B beingthe The assessment of the said property Stateof Florida.COlnly to-wi 'I. i"" ,I ,

: HELPS TO DEVELOP in an I increased demand for governor. The Indiana will be was announced by George E. Hus- Land as recorded In Deed Book under the said certificate Issued Block 15 .. ><'"
2.1:? was In the name of Chas. M. Mo- Southeast Quarter I
FLORIDA INDUSTRY products produced on farms of for the page 438 of the public. records, Kinney. and In 't" 'J ''C
i brought here especially cer- icy his Miami representative. Alachua bounty Florida, run thenceSouth Northeast Qn"" "r
Unless said certificate beredeemed Section t
i Florida and other states of the emony by citizens of Belle Glade -- 68 degrees West 1060 Feet, according to .hal the Range 21 25 Town.hll' '. I'h.

y Three additional plants for nation In 1937 State Agricultural and will take a prominent part in SPONGE SALES HIGH thence; thence North North 22 degrees 68 degrees Westfeet 207.5 East property described therein will besold The assessment ijJ Bl. of t th.. 'I
to the highest bidder at the erty under. I''"
: 4 manufacturing cattle feed out of Extension Service economics say I the festivities attendant upon the TARPON SPRINGSNovembersponge 1050 feet, thence south 22 degrees court-house door on the first Mon- sued wax In the the said ,,, I I
are un In the Florida Agricultural Outlook ; East 207.6 feet to beginning. said cotto name .?, \ ;J' .tR
grapefruit cannery waste Inaugural ceremony. day In the Month of January, 1937: .
sales closed
yesterday on lands being perpendicular and parallel -
., der construction in Florida. Capitalists report for 1937. the local exchange with the boat to said railroad track all In Section 1937.which the 4th day of JanuaryDated redeemed Unless said certlflcat", J
7: also NU of Block B, Town of according t. i I I" .
> "
b from other states Including National industrial production Is PROJECT COMPLETED crews and owners netting $117- Orange Heights' ; Commence 11 19.16 this 28th day of November solit property described the 'I

Michigan and Georgia. have Invested expected to( be about ten per cent MACCLENNY Found atlon 205.42 for the month. The closing chains 34 links west of half milepost (OFFICIAL SEAL) court-house to the door highest him i ""I
on
: money in these factories which higher next year than in 1936. I work has been completed on Macclenns sale totaled $7,927.91. The total of 7. Township South boundary 9 S. Range line of:22 Section E. A.fleik J. THOMAS of Circuit Courtof day which In I the the month of thi.JI";,,'i, ,> \0

will employ a considerable number Commodity prices also are expected new $39,626 community sales for the eleven months to dateis Arredondo Orant. run thence North Bradford County Florida. I 937. 4th. day <"r .t

j : of workers skilled and unskilled. to( be slightly higher. It Is probable center building the WPA reported. approximately 948000. The 22.5 Initial degrees. point. West thence 5 chains East. 60. linksto 3.16 12-4-Bt-l-l her Dated this 1th., day "

Output of the product will be more that the national Income will Construction! of the framework December auctions will open Tuesday chains, to a stake, thence north 22.5 o'rl'l OP APPI.ir4.TIOM 136.. J.
,
degreesWeat 6.40 THOJrAR. \
: than doubled when these new concerns be at least ten per cent higher In has begun on the project which Is thence west. 316 chains chains to to a a stake stake; ( TAX lull 1\o.>K.KINensle 1M> Clerk \lr.,11, "
nf
, .4 begin operating on a full ca- 1937 than In 1936. located on an eight acre tract- --. t thence south 22.S degrees East 6.40chains NOTICE IS HKHEBY: OIVKN. That 11-2G-St-ll-18 ( s-. ,I 1

pacity basis but indications point Added to these! domestic condi- owned by the town-two blocks ENCOURAGES: DRUNKS: Lots 3 and to beginning 4 Miller's Subdivision of Section, of 7': Foster. Shi Smih.. holder Issued the of 6th.TaxCertificate NOTICE "\

y to demand for the feeds in correspondingly tions, Industrial conditions in some north of State Road No. 1. The TAMPA-Police Chief C. J. Section I 6: 814 of NWU of NE%. S'$ day of August, A. I). 1D28, has filedsanie FOR OF TCX"PPU"\'I'REFii: "" ,
of NE%. SVj of SE'.i of HWV4, less, 3
,, r Increased proportions important foreign countries Importing completed building will be 103 by Woodruff of Tampa Is nothing if acres NRli of 8EJ4\ of 8WW fI% of In my for office a tax and deed has. to made be application issued Senate Hillu.. In:,,
as their worth becomes better SKU. of Section 8; SE'4 of SWU. 8(4 NOTICE IS IIKHRUY I ,
: farm products from the 108 feet housing an auditorium not accommodating. He announceda thereon. Said. certificate embraces Warav Corporation "
of also. holii
; SCV, starting" at SB corner of described T
known. United States have Improved and dressing quarters. gymnasium two "free taxi service for gentlemendrunks" Section IS, Township 9 S. Range 22 In the the 'ounty following of Bradford property Stateof Certificates Ntimhereil ,

\ Research at the State Agricul- further improvement ia expected club rooms and a large libraryroom. K. run North along" east boundary to-wlt: 1SZ, 135, 186, 19-27 of I In' -
unable to drive safely but line of the Section 10 chains. to MB Florid. 142, 161, Nsued the Mb ,'I| ",
tural Experiment Station Is primarily i In 1937. While the full benefit' of The town of Macclenny con- anxious to reach home. He an- corner of the Lot, thence West parallel I'R.t of Southeast of Soul Quhrter lwe.t&Quarter West tember. A. I). J9.1J all(1, t i

responsible for the enlargement this foreign, improvement has not tributed $12,490 toward the cost of with South boundary of Sec. Half of Southeast Quarter oft4uthcnt 468, Bllll 469 Ixnueil ti,,' .I "
nounced that over the weekendone tion 1 chain 68'" links. to RW corner July, A. I). 1934, Imf fil, ,i

t of Florida Industry repre- been reflected in American exports the building, and the Federal Government client called a police cab but of the lot thence North Parallel Township 8 Quarter South. Range Section 2: for my otf..p and haM mail. ,' ,

sented by these enterprises. FeedIng because of international furnished the balance. couldn't definitely give his where- with, 19 chains Enst boundary to NW corner of the; thence> Section I'.axt containing. 40 Acres, moreor $ail ('..rltlcale"n..d to be ro-m i 1'.- ," -"i
less.
d tests were conducted on the trade barriers! recent developments abouts; another requested service East parallel with south boundary The HHHeHcment of the said prop- braces, d'| "

; Station's cattle farms which demonstrated In connection with trade ACTS 1'() HE PRESENTED but couldn't qualify as a "gentle- of Section corner;I thence chnln and South 5814'\along links the toNE erty under the said. cerICh'al.. Issued State ertlRH of In Florida the Cminu to-wll' <.i i I
was In tho name \
? conclusively the values agreements and indirect effects of VERO BEACH- act or a series man drunk" so he was taken to East boundary of said !Section 19 Ail in r. C..rtCI..RI.No. 132 <-w,, i ,

;.t possessed by grapefruit cannery devaluation and tentative stabiliza- of acts to put an end to the jail and that he had acted as Lot chains In. back Section' to 15 SE: SWV4 corner\ of of NW14 the, CuI..... said certificate shall be re- .7 !South larl..r., S..II Kn-i,",: i n'" 1
according to law, the
refuse for fattening the animals tion of foreign currencies may roaming of livestock at large on feur "for several motorists CbOUf-1 N'-i of SW'4.\ less. 2 acres sold to d..m.described therein will be property soldto 100(' Acres more. or li. !

and keeping them In good health. mark in the appli- Amanda C. King STCVi of SW 4, of the .at the courthouse Artltrat. No. 11,-,1, i ,
a turning point
Florida[ highways will be presentedto had a little too much to Section 16: S"A, of SH' of NEV4, of door hl/Cht..t on "hl..r .. Monday In half QI'), '
Utilization of the waste also haw cation of restrictions on international Section 17 K>4 of Nlfti.! of Section Southeast Quarter f
the next State Legislature by don't mind driving a gentleman I" the I month of JRnlary. 1917 which lathe "
been a factor In bringing about the trade and have resulted already S3; In Township 0 S. Range 23 13. 4th, day January, 1937. Quarter Section II.I l
the Florida Junior Chamber of drunk home if he feels he Is unable -I And also South, Mange Knst:
2
rapid expansion which the canning In some Improvement in Commerce according to Charles A. to drlvejwHhout. endangeringhuman The following" described lands. In I 936.Killed this. 1st day of December 120 Certificate Acres, No 136 o emln!,,., _

: Industry Is undergoing throughout prospects for larger foreign outlets Mitchell president of the State life," the chief said Drnrlford Oountv: Florida : (OFFICIAL. SEAL) half of Northwest I
Citrus Florida. ; _Jl'.i.of SEli.. of SW'%.. El{, of NEtS A. J. THOMAS. Northeast Quarter nf QI' I''
farm -
for American products. Jaycees. Moreover, the Junior ----- -- or si'or Section 2: SWU of SW%. Clerk of Circuit Court Quarter and "

i I: Tung tree nuts tonnage during Improved demand and shorter Chamber will not be impressed by E.SON TilE NERVES 8 of South svtl. of Section 12; In Township 12-4-Ct-l-l of Bradford County Florida Quarter Section South half II I 1'm'', ,- IIw 1"" ,
Range 22 K. And alaoThe
*
the present season exceeding 2- .1 Mouth Range 21 Bust, ,
supplies of some commodities will demands of cattlemen that the ORLANDO Councilmen here following. described lands In zoo Acres -

000,000 pounds I in assured for the result In higher average prices for State take responsibility for fenc- are considering an ordinance designed Clay County' Florida: NMEKIFF'S MLF} 18-27 of more Certificate or !leu*N... 141' '"
mill at Gaines- NW 4 of RWH. of Section I: In Notice I. hereby given that the braces. West half ,
: pioneer crushing farm products during the first half ing the highways but the legisla- to make this central Florida Township 8 S Range" 23 K. And also undersigned as Sheriff of Bradford ter and West. of North of .w 'i I''.",

4 ville. Oil extraction processes universal of 1937 than in the corresponding tion as offered will Impose pen city easy on the nerves. The pro- southern SW4 of SW\%, less 9 acres In County, Florida, under and by virtue Quarter and hll half i "
of
part Section 5 of
In China previous to thisplants ; N'4 of that certain writ of execution 7 South.
period this year. alties upon any owner of livestock posed! law would make it a muni- 51014 of SWH, Nft: ot SEW of S. Issued out of and under the Township containing. 480 HBnl.. i [/,:.,

erection eight years ago who permits his animals to trespass cipal offense to toot automobile 15 acres In the North and East parts hnd and seal of the Clerk of the Certificate No. "rP.141 emhni ." n;"
had used hand labor exclusively, of NWW\ of NEI4. and the southern Circuit Court of County half of Northeast
upon the roads Mitchell said. horns unnecessarily or too long and 28 acres of NE'4 of SEW, of Section Florida and BI'a.lord the 25th. Northwest Quarter of Quart.N 1
; operating with ox power. A sec 6; In Township 9 S. Range 23 E. day of October A. I). 193S that uneu
Japan Importations into this coun- loud to play radios or other musi And also on Quarter and East halt of Srutht
ond mill later built at LouisIana certain judgment. wherein M. A. Quarter Section
was a 14 Town-hlp
try having recently run above 40- WILL BE INVESTIGATED Instruments In such manner as 46 Turpentine Leases. upon the Smith as Liquidator for Bradford /outh. Range 21 East ,itnin,
and third has been
p point a 100,000 pounds a year. Produc- TAMPA Governor Sholta baa to disturb neighbors "especially lands therein severally described, as County Hank a corporation Is plaintiff .., more or lass.
begun in a Georgia City, both particularly described In said Final and T. C. Haxen, A. A. Haxen. 4-7 of Certificate No. 142 .-mhra.
tion in the United States never has told William Green president of during the hours between 11 p. m. Decree and also K. M Union Mrs. I>. W. Haxen (I. Northwest Quarter of He lion

,t j serving tung tree areas not convenient been attempted on a commercial the American Federation of Labor. I I I and 7 a. m.," to keep noise producing properties The following located described at and near personal and W. Haxen and B. F. Haxen are defendants Township 7 South Range Jt 1 Ea
L to the Florida establish the undersigned has levl..dIpon containing 180 ,
"
basis but test plantings are giving the; State Immediately would startan birds or animals within the city being used upon and In connection and will on Monday the 4th. Certificate No.A..r"embraret nion n Non}n

ment since production has become highly promising results at the of limits. with the turpentine place business day of January A. D. 1937 duringthe half of Northwest Quarter and Nor
]arge. investigation reported peonage and location of J. L. Harden near legal hours of sale, offer the following half of Southeast Quartet, of Nun,
Florida Agricultural ExperimentS In turpentine camps. A telegram ._ Orange Heights ifVid Waldo In Ala- lands for sale at public out. west Quarter Section' T'.nMh' ,

Investigations conducted by the Gainesville Belle Glade Green received from Sholtz RECIPROCAL AGREEMENT chua County, Florida to-wlt: 1-25 cry to the highest and best bidder 7 South Range 21 ..2, '" ,
Florida Agricultural Experiment barrel Still: 90,000 Flat Bottom for cash In front of the South door 100 Acres, more or lens. "Ialnl
i' and Homestead properties. said In part: "An immediate Investigation TALLAHASSEE- The Florida rups: 85,000 Clay UJl.l1'z.': of the Court house of Bradford 1 of Certificate No 4th "
Station beginning in 1912 demonstrated Dip Barrels I Ford
County, Florida 4n City of, fcltarke brace
Motor Vehicle commission said a : South half of North.
be
In the will ordered
Sugar making state was as peonage A; Ford Automobile Florida, to-wlt half of Quarter
I, i that tung trees had merit 1 oureHr': :dW NW',4 of Northeast Quartet >
, repeatedly undertaken without per I. not to be countenanced In FlorIda reciprocal agreement bet w e en el : 1 2-Horse ; of Section 4. '4 of Section 5, South half of Northeast Quartet a
.
as a new crop for well-defined soil 2 Mules: Commissary: stock and Fixtures nil In 7 20 South
and climate areas. Trees In the manent results for 300 years and and if it Is found to exist you Florida and Alabama, permitting ; Tools and Implement. of all East.Also. Township /outh. Rng. Northwest half Quarter of Northwest and QURr.r! ..

initial first became a commercial success may be sure that every facility of motorists of each state to use theother's kind. used. In connection with the Commencing" at Northeast Quarter of Northwest Quarter a
planting still standing on Turpentine Business.ZACH corner of SW% of MWVi of Section
Southwest ,
I of Northwi
; ; the Station's acreage at Gainesville with the present Everglades enter- the State government will be used highways without buying DOUGLASS. 8. Township 7 /outh. Range. 20 Bait, Quarter less. Qu.rt..r, Acres West if Ra

4 prises. Owners and operators say lo the end that It may be discon- separate licenses has been con- AS SPECIAL MASTER and run 630 feet for way In Southwest. corner anil Non'
I represent the first institutional I cluded. If a driver establishes Doggett McCollum Howell A point of b..glnnlnA.thence run West west Quarter of Southwest! .! Qiian: ,
they: could not have made good but tinued. residence Doggett
study of the product. Tung oil 200 feet 172 feet to less. 1.48 Acres In Southwest, _inSection .,
: :', for assistance supplied them or becomes employed he Solicitors for. Plaintiff, right of way of S A. L. Raiway. 17 Township 7 South Rnnij,
output in the United States Is now I Jack.onvlll., Florida.JOTirR .
UiiMt 200
22 .
s must obtain the license of the state th.n. feet East, containing 238 Acr"' Thor
f through State Agricultural Experiment n.II-4t.l.1
around 2,000,000 pounds annually: 173 feet to point of beginning In lens.
I the Station research. r Hints To Housewives where this occurs. Truck drivers Section 8, Township 7 South Range Certificate No. 469 embra. .<)
from
\ imports China about 125- OP .4PPMCATIOVFOIl 20 East. half
except 4 Acres In Soitihea
Pecan oil has been may operate with Florida licensesIn TAX
economically I>KKI>
i 000,000 A. O ANDREU
t East of
I j pounds a year. corner Railway and Nm
, Alabama when transporting his Senate Dill No. .e:1> I Sheriff of Bradford County Florida. half of
expressed from kernels and whole Northwest Quarter and E<
Oils for from Home Demonstration
also Weekly -
: paint are made NOTICE IS 12-4-51-1-1 15
HEREBY GIVEN That Acres of ,
Southeast Quintet, i
' nuts in the Station laboratories. own property, but he must not buy _ _
from the perilla plant In China and Specialists Tallahawiee Foster Shi Smith holder of Tax Certificate -I -- Northwest Quarter and KH-;
3f golden color and perfectly clear Alabama farm products and sell No. 186 Issued the 3rd., day IN THE CllirtilT COI'HT OFFI.OHIII4 Acres of Northeast Quurtei'
of August, 1931, Han filedsame KinifTH .M'IMCIAI, Southwest h.
them in Alabama.IN I Quarter and Smith
keeping well the oil has distinct II In /0ric and has made:i 'IH<'IIP. IM AXI FOR HIIAI of Southwest! Quarter except hlh><

: AKMOUnS BIO CROP commercial possibilities In making CHEESE FOR WINTER I application for a tax deed to be Issued FEINt COt MTV. IM CIIAINV.EHY. of.wav Road 13 Section 18 1'n.l.l t

FERTILIZERS & FERTILIZER THE! CIRCUiT COURT OF. THH I thereon. Said certificate embraces 7 Mouth Range. 23 EI..t. "",ntalnl
,, mayonnaise for cooking and as KIOHTH JL-I1ICIAI. CIR('.. ... OF the following described property HOMK OWNERS' LOAN 500 Acres, more or .......
MATERIALS "
salad dressing. "When mother was a girl, a FI.OHIUt. IN' AND FOR ALA In the County of Bradford, CORPORATION a corporation I The assessment-of the xalil p"l pr
( Big Cash Discount to successful winter-evening gather- CIIVA LOlKTYl IN CII. NCEHY. State of Florida to-wlt: orJ..nl.oI and ty under the said certificates 111
. ,. Commission Merchants Watermelons tobacco and other PENINSULAR NAVAL STORES Northwest Quarter. of Southwest e"I..Unl by hereil 1.12 135. 136. of Ml, 1*
and Florida crops affording heavy Ing. either at home or following an COMPANY, A corporation Quarter of Section 28 Township the laws of the 4-7 nf 142, 151, .... .16-3' 6th ilu)
.; Fanners Associations outdoor event was generally con- PlaIntiff 7 SOuth! Range 21 East containing Congress of the United September A. D. 1932. Wa'r Uname
J. L. freight tonnage have been saved 40 acres more or less. States ot America. of Horr and Porter al.1 'ert,
), I1ARKELL Agent from threatened destruction by disease cluded by a chafing dish supper of J. /1IAUDE. et al.. The assessment of the said property plaintiff (eaten numbered 123-130 of 468 a
I Lawtey Fla. Welsh rabbit creamed Defendants. under the said certificate I Issued vs. MORTOAOB FORECLOSURE 469 Issued. the 2nd. day of 'lul\
--resistant varltles developedat or oysters NOTICE OP MASTER'S! SALE was. In the name of R. T. J. W. ANDREWS JR., et al.. I>. was In the name ot"hr>
_ 193
the rabbit leading in favor. Crouch. Defendants.oItils .
' the Notice
Experiment Stations. Ever- I. hereby given that underand
.......... to and virtue of the Unless said certificate shall be redeemed OP rrm.icATi Unless said certificates. -'
pursuant by hal
glades production was assured The 1936 girl is likely to take authority vested In the according" to law the prop !O'II'I TO API'UAU redeemed to law ,

: COLDS when seemingly hopeless by discovery the "crowd" right into the kitchen Master by that certain undersIgnedSpecial Final erty described therein will he sold to. TO: & CO., a corporation ertles ...a..ol..ln. wi ,), ',.'
666 Decree rendered on the 29th day of the highest bidder at the courthouse to the highest bidder >i"
of soil-deficiencies. and let them help her cook supperon October 1936. In. and by the Circuit door on the first Monday In YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED House door cm the first' Mnmlaj

Industrial activities In Florida the stove. Sometimes instead Court of Alachua County. In the the month of January. 1937. whichIs that a suit has been brought againstyou the month of January 1917 whilIs
: FEVER Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida, In the 4th day I of January, 1937. In the Circuit Court for Brad the 4th. day cif January \
ji ? LUU"D TABI.KTS have been benefited by agricultural of making a rabbit of cheese eggs Chancery In that certain cause. T)uted thin 1st., day ot December, ford County Florldl.. In Chancery Dated this.2nd. day of (U .
first dar research and she shaves of the therein wherein Peninsular 19.1A by Home Corporation. 136.!
pending
milk
& SALVE NOSE through scores of like accomplishments some
Headaches. BO Naval Stores. OFFICIAL SEAL) a corporation organlxeil anl exist (OFFICIAL SEAL)
Company a
l DROPS Ml.ntee not Included in the cheese on buttered toast or crackers Is :Plaintiff I and J. L. corporation Harden, A. J. THOMAS. ing under and by virtue of the law. A. J. THOMAS.
I Try "lt.bMrTI.mWorld's nest Clerk. of Circuit Courtof of the Congress of the .
foregoing summary. seasons it with salt and cay- and Lester Harden, his wife, M. B. United Statesof Clerk Circuit Court
i L1n1.at Harden and Percllla Harden his Bradford County Florida. America; that the nature of said Bradford County. Kl "'
enne pepper melts it In the oven wife W. P. Harden and Bessie. Harden n46t.I1IIIII"'IIFF' suit Is to foreclose' a mortgage on 12-4-Bt-l-l

and serves it the minute the cheese his wife* Nashville Hardwood the following described land.: -
B4.I.R Commencing at the .
corner N O'I'I'E
DRINK has softened. Chrlstofull Flooring Company Marble ,&a Tile corporation; Notice Is r.rm'et T, A. of Madison and Bay Streets In Notice Is hereby given to .ilIt .h''
WE BUY Company O. Andrea, as I'8 Hradford the Town of Starke Florida
$ ; thence may concern tindiaa 110'
: ; Or she may make "cheese a business corporation a. Wilson: W. H.Construction Wilson doing Jit. I County, Florida under and by virtue run South along die East side of administrator acthl' tut ntt! ,

@uL dreams" which are fried cheese Supply Marshall of that certain writ of execution Bay Street to the Northeast corner Herman Crosby, ham filed hI Fir
Company; SpencerCompany Issued. out of the office and under of Buy and LaFayette Streets: Return and vouchers and i IINOTIOI '
HOGS-CATTLE AND sandwiches. The bread Is butteredon Agricultural, a corporation Chemical; The American Company the hand and seal of the Clerk of thence East along the North side of the 26th day of Decembei) ''I

the Circuit Court of Bradford County LaFayette Street to a street; thence apply to the Honorable K K
the outside to brown it In
; COW HIDES help a corporation; Huttlg Sash Florida. and bearing date the North along the West ,, '
and Door side of said ma County Judge, for Fin' '1"1
AT the skillet or on the griddle. By '.nfO'p corporation. ; 25th. day: of October A. D. 1935. on street to Madison street; thenceVest char**.
WE WHOLESALE Baker & Holmes ., a corporation certain judgment wherein. \ ,
MEATS that A. along the South side of Iterschell K. CrosbyIf
the time the cheese Is melted the
Dixie Brick Company, a
t LUNCH RECESS corporation: ; Smith as Liquidator for Bradford Madison' Street to phi'e of be 12-4-4t-12-25.
L Ask For Our Smoked sandwich Is hot through delicately ; and The Berger Manufacturing County: Bank n corporation I. ginning." Said' bock land be -
Sausage Company, corporation, plaintiff' and T. C. Hasen A. A. Ha- ing" 261 feet .: West
: nn the
Ii At The Market and tlrocera. AFTER SCHOOL browned and ready to eat, An- are defendants, the undersigned Spe- M. W. North h'
aen, E Huaen, azen, and 465 feet North and South. Notice la hereby given '
I ;4 You Will Be Pleased With It. other kind of toasted cheese dish ilal Master, will between on the 4th the day hours ofJanuat' (1 W. Haien. .R. F.IHn; : ;'dH L. A. Hounded on the North by Madison It may concern that I, to.i ,: '

9i'n Brown are defendants. I have levied by Street on South Lundrum, as (tuardlan ( '" I'11''"
IIr..t.Ve,
d la made by spreading a thick of 11 o lo the fore-noon and 2 fay ,
upon and will on Monday the 4th. East "Hat
STARKE COCA-COLA LF..y..l. by a street Anthony Andrews a minor
ODOM o'clock In the after-noun, at the
& LAWSON cheese slice of bread day of January A. D. 1937 duringthe and the '
sauce on a East front door of the Courthouse otAlacMia a. J. (I. Alvarea the 28th lay oC D..ctm'u'r.' t9 l'
legnl hours of sale, and In front honieplnce., from the above ply to H. K. 4'OUfl U
Perryman
Opposite S. A. L. Ry. Depot. BOTTLING CO. which has been toasted on the under County Florida, In the, of the South door of the Court houseof described ex".ptlnl parcel of land. for Bradford County Florid. II 1 1t'fflce I,

I side then broiling the piece town. of Gainesville sell to the high.the Bradford County, In Starke. Florida land deeded to J. L. Peek described In Hlark.. 'S'lonldt. 11 lt
est and best bidder for cash ,
until it is following denerlbed, properties situate offer the following lands for as follows; commencing at Southeast o'clock P. Itt. or as soon t I CtIas
,cheese-alde-up nicely
and I sale .public outcry to the highestand corner of Madison and Hay Streets can he heard for Ic"'
In Clay authorlt
Alachoa Bradford
best bidder for cash for the In the Town
browned. purpose of Starke, Florida: private sate I nt
FUNERAL DIRECTOR Counties The Florida,described to-wlt: lands In : of satisfying said judgment to- thence run South on East side of and estate of 'alh"r: In i[
Macaroni with cheese sauce is a following wit: flay Street 134 feet; thence East run the following described. propertr
). Alachua 'j.'i.trli; : : SEW of XE', and E',r. of SEVi In 80 feet; thence run North 132 feet .,
FlorIda TO-WIT
i fl : Render good dish for a late If the Mi, of In 813 corner ; IInrk. :
My Many Years Experience Makes It rtmalble for Me to supper. acre Section 86, Township Six South thence run West to point of begin East 46tt( feet of Lot. On I
rLI EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE baking dish is filled with the macaroni of Section' 341; In Township 7 Range 19 East; Also, Lot 7 an4 fling 84 feet said parcel of land beIng and Three (3) of Block Elghte-
8. 21 and also
Range B
,
South half of lot 8 In Section 31.Town..hlp In the Northwest ,( Ptlculnrly '
corner of block (ill) of Town of Starke, ninr
and the sauce earlier In the NW1 of of Section 2 SEUnf
T1 MODERATE PRICES 8WM. ; Six South Range 20 East; known ss J. (I. Alvarea homeplace, described as beginning, 4
day. It need only be> cooked long NEl4.' $'2 ot NW14. SE14; Of 8W>4, also, Lots I. 2, 3, 4. 6, and North all In Bradford County Florida. the Southwest corner of Internal'nouin ''
DeWITT <
C. JONES WMi of SF.1of Section 3; N 4 otSW4
half of Lot 6 In Section 6, Township l I
: Starke Florida enough to reheat the macaroni of NE\o! S.... of N14 of SE<4.N Seven South. Range 20 East.A. that one A. A. Durden and wife, of ncr Call of brick and Walnut store situated Street :\ tO
and brown the crumbson '4 of tlW"'t of 8EU. of Section 9; O. ANDREU. nunsle Durden the '
thoroughly are
) 1 I 1 Nt.:I,. ft > ., N'j! o t NWL.!. o.t g.e. Sheriff of Bradford County. Florida. holders of the said legal title Street intersection runnl'II''r, :
top. Cold slaw would go well lion 10; NE, of !4W'/,. KH of NE"n 12-4-5t-l-l you are hereby required property to file; and West along South '
of SWi, SKI: ; of S\V14 of Section with and along a brick .all o ,I
with it. When there is someone on the clerk of said court In his lint
111; NEVi\ of &WV&\ of Section IX; I NOTICE at Starke. Florida, office more or less, to the center, b..tWr
hand who can start It at the right W 2-3 of NEH of 8W'4. of Section I Notice Is hereby given to all whomIt pearance (personal your or by written ap. .- party wall now existing V,)
time. a cheese souffle is a good 14; all. I... 8EU of BE" .- of Section may concern that I, T. Frank Lan- in said suit on the first atorn. ) and the prop.rty hereunder occupied"on
.. ot SWoitt Is property now ,
181.tlJi: .. of NIi 4. S3 drum a. Guardian of William Anthony January A. D. South
supper choice. 1'1"' NB> NW4. BJ4 o* SW4 Andrew.. a minor will on the day of said' 197.. being thereafter the 4th to Alvarez. running thence and an (..;
SH NW\"of SBV. NE\\(4 of SEC! day of January 1937, apply to file with said clerk center 11. 01 wli
But is
It not to cook :J.hK your written thereof line a dilt.noC
necessary a straight
Section 21 SWVi of
Su, of SE 4. of ; Ferryman. County Judge for defenses. If any. to the bill m ,
anything at all In order to serve NWl,, BW. ofSWV,. NE'" of NE4}<. Hradford County, Florida, at his office I plaint In said suit at the of com.I 107 feet and 9 inctlea. y ,
cheese refreshment. One of SW'4 8-4 4tNE'of SW*, SEC In Starke, Florida, at 2 o'clockP. .crlh..d, by law. time pre. less, to a fence now IIandlnl"
as can ; line of Lot 3. .,
of 9WV,. 814 t>f NWVl of fnbtliok M. or as soon thereafter as can HEREIN FAIL NOT saiu >
arrange a large china or wooden Section :22: : Lots 1, C, and 3, be heard. for authority to sell at win I entered against or judgment thence East along South 11'1'Ian;
\\t.be :you by de- Lot and along said fence
9. In original Waldo, of Section 23; private sale, the entire Interest or .. I
platter with a center of plain or NWU of NU NEo\ of NWli. NEVjNWi4 : estate of the said minor In and to The Bradford County 01 461tJ feet more or I.. ,
cream cheese cut In convenient of IW'4 of ",,;'VL nl 8W the following described property In Telegraph. In West line Walnut "troOI dinche.
general
:NW'4 of utV'4NE"i/ of SEV Bradford County, TO-WIT: 5.Kf.WKp.Hp.rT0f circulation nln"" thence North lOT ...
sized blocks and surround It with of 5VL., 8W\i, of !:SEH of Section Beginning at the S. W. Corner of r"bl..h..d.. .. Bradford designated County Flor .. more or I.... to of.al'i I 9beginning I

crisp unsweetened crackers. A 2R: SE 4 of SEd of NBM. Vf i of I. C Webb's lot on Madison Street 'In which this as.. the ae corner .t .
bowl of NEl* of .VWV,. 8Wi( of NWK. 8ft of thence runnlnl West with Madlsnnstreet published once .. not. shall store at inter.ectiofl ofTC I.
cottage cheese in the cen- !!!W\\ ?4ws. 01 SE... 01 S.ctlon 17. thence North 105 consecutive weeks. four walnut Streets in a.tlt & ''
ter would also be appropriate or EH of NW NE'4 of SE.... of Sec feet to 11" C. llolllngsworth lot, dav of January. A.prior I). to said 4th Stark., except the South -
tlon 28; 8EU of NE1!:\ ft Section 32jNWW ; thence East 130 feet to N. W. cornerof WITNESS my'hind 13. aid described w i
; i4 two or three kinds of cheese \ of Nv.NI'4 of 8Ei4 of Sectlonl3. I. C Webb's lot thence South nf said court at Slarke. seal Which said I.u.n. I, ,

spreads in small glasses or boxes. NJ4 of NWU. NWfc\ of 8WV4.\ 105 feet to point of beginning, all oC A.Florlra.. this baaed upon the petition 1County
8',. of 8Wl. of Section 34: In Township In the town of Starke also all of (SEAL De"mb. 131. In Countv Judge'Cuurt.. -
Orange or grape juice with the S. Range 31 E. And also Block 9. lots 4, 5 and 8 of Block 10 A. J. J'lorld.
THOMAS.
_____________ cheese and crackers would complete W, of E'of Section 12: In lots 1, 4. 5. 7 and 8 of Block 13 andlots Clerk Circuit NvJmb 1936.'r. .
VFATm.l ($ ( VD $ AW4V.C the Township II H Range' 20 E. And also I and 7 of Block 14 In <1 Court) FI1ANICOurd1afl. LNRt'
snack. County .
"supper
i.$) : Wi of NW'4! or Lots 4 t North iJ"di)4.subdivision located in Ut5l jBJadfor Florida LI.4.lt.-l.




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DECEMBER 11. 1038
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rt> __ Y ___ -_ .. __ __ gRAirtTORnCHURCH COUTTTftLLC.RAPl1: !:
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STARKE.
niKECTORlBAPTIST -- -- fLOKIftiwithout ...a flu' oa't'. '...
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JAMUftHOPKtNS'ADAMS' ; -- -
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CHURCH lea Washington,'' re- j ,
flKST .. B. Price Pastor \!' plied Jackson. "John Randolph I HAMPTON lief that the state would attract A unique teat of womanly virtue

sunday levv t School 10 o'clock a. m", w and I are on opposite sides of the I I KN Aaa IMMA., Crr*.p..tfat northern and western business men win used by the Bretons who llve ..

Supt. l far6yM/roar rdr I fence Once you marry him you'vegot '' Miss Miriam Guy spent the weekend who want to Invest money here but >1 in northern Europe centuries

4.I'fnTbOIfla; ; S'o 11 a. m. (_ METR.OGOIBWYN.MAVER. brM1n to be on his side not mine." I'I'I 'I with friends and relatives at who fear "the democrats have a I ago. Powdered agate: was sprinkled -
) I "I don't see thai at '
Jf.P U 7.15: p. m.cvsDtag tl 7HALSEY 1 RAINES Peggy. all answered i Lakeland. prejudice not only against the republican i In the beer of the doubted one,
Worship T:30: p. m. Rt>v..J! T
| Turner of Gainesville '
-
but If
ami
"Well: it's party against: republican she couldn't hold It down,
so, said the
Meeting Wednesidweek Presi- will I
J Teachers preach ai the
; S \\ hilt has dent. "John Calhoun an' Baptist leadership in a business way..' she was considered Impure.BORES .
Randolpho'
9.15 P IlL : I voice puffed with vanity'! A Church next Sunday morning and
*T Prayer service Woj > rxMinl KO : I I flute Roanoke are sincere, powerful evening
playing buss notes!
I 1 ; With the men Powerful enough to bust I
j PMethodist' leaned far out of the this up Mr and Mrs C. E. Harper and FUNERAL' HOMEFull
tlon country maybe Peg. I've
of his face. dark with Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux. have the
anger. leaned I Urn of CaaketA Jt Undertaker Supplied
Church Jackson on your help a lot. It ain't 1
I. out in the two story residence that belongsto AMBULANOE SERVICE
open you that I don't '
..,/ Bbl. Montgomery, Pastor presidency, scoundrel!" he said but want you to marry 'I I Mrs. A. A. McDonald, of Jack DAY AND MUIIT ;
1 you've picked the time
Scbool-10 a. m. Ky O' f'lLIe wrong
nday mouth fell ngape as Peggy an' the I sonville on Main St., and will con- 53 PHONE 53
/ wrong man By the Eternal
Worsnlp-U a. m. lwrlaU, -
Morning ut ( from behind her shelter. Peg can't vert it In to a rooming house, for O. II. RRNNETT. M< Epo/orth League-6: p. m. big young he could muster further you see that whenyou're the accomodation of the railroad "A HOME-LIKE
any '
Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. ; -l ow and or oratory she bad vaulted married to John Randolph men. on the Georgia-Southern, and I
the fights i
all these as good as over? INSTITUTION"J
invited to aeryW friend of
are the Seaboard railroads.
tou :-.. low balcony: and landed' "You're being unfair!" cried The drug store
| "* Jarkaons\ lighted room. He turned to Peggy. "You're building on Main St.. near the Un- .
to
trying convinceme
Presbyterian Church t. ....,,4,Women a amazement. I that a political Issue means ion Depot will be used. as a cafe

Rev George H. Lowry, Pastor ine power in the world." he said, more to me than a man I've loved and and meals will be served both day For Expert RepairingSmith's

Sunday Services: tVunhinijrton. The social art, you" doing here at this time of all my life!" night.

10:00: a m Sabbath. School. ,ever dlsdulnn her because of ? "I'm tryin' eo tell you your duty Avery Dennison who Is employed

11:00: a m Morning Worship. humble birth. Peggy now rv, wanted" to see you as soon as Peg returned Jackson, with un- at Ocala as a painter spent the
Ves- a she replied, "to explain characteristic week-end with his family here.
4.30 P m Young People's proponul of marriage from calm. "I'm askln'you Garage
per Service. Eaton, Secretary of War. our dance" It was on account to choose between your coun- Mrs. Joseph Sparkman of Waldo

Sermonette by Pastor '- try and a man-whether its John visited her parents Mr. and Mrs.C. .

Midweek Service: CHAPTER NINE mind the dance," he In- Randolph or any other man. Which M. Dennison this week.
"Why In heaven's name I Phone 120
1:30: p, n Mission Study. are you choosln'
j:30 p m Prayer Service. Peggy had promised the dressed like this?" Peggy rose, an Indignant light In ALF ONLY FI IIINO'TALLAHASSEEJa

dance before supper to John into"A John" she responded "a her eyes the visitot' I Wrecker Service Day or Night

BoMWood Baptist Church dolph, whom she had even in trousers Is a better "You're afraid! she cried out. Governor Alf Landon to Florida t !

J ...,. L. O. Hemingway, Pastor earlier In the evening; but for your political tirades "Afraid to stand alone! Needing Just a hunting and fishing trip? ,

Services every Sunday. Bible thing happened now to make the man in the moon!" help-evert a woman's help!" This question was being asked here -

Rudy/ 10:18: a. m. Services) at 3:30: forget the passage of time or turned with a despairing "Which are you choosln'?" per- today as It was recalled that the

| dock In afternoon I lapse of quadrilles. After and faced the fireplace. sisted Jackson. Kansas executive is an independentoil i

' BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH ing herself from Eaton, she followed him conscious of "I choose John Randolph!" cried operator and that he made his

/' Rev. L. Donnley,, Pastor across the ballroom floor. a naive schoolboy In some I Peggy defiantly. money that way. And that some Announcement--i

Services every first Sunday. Dow, who had been imbibing\ was this brilliantly gifted I "Then git!" answered Jackson, geologists believe that oil aboundsin

Sunday School, 2:30: p. m. too freely was engaged in an "I got turncoats enough 'round me the vicinity of Monticello. Cred-

Bible Study and Prayer Services cation with Vice-President ," she said and she could I, without you! Go on! Glt!" ence was given to the oil prospectIng I I

| every Saturday night. houn. No one knew what it a certain tenderness out Peggy whirled rushed from the theory by the fact that Governor 1

all about, but as Peggy drew voice "it's\ much safer to go i room and slammed the door as Landon is accompanied by L. 1

'I'. gt Mark's Episcopal Church he sprang at Calhoun with the streets this way. I do It ; Jackson stood motionless beside his E. Phillips, Oklahoma oil executive. We have the most modern Cold Storage 1
desk
Warning prayer and Sermon on raised fiat"Rowdy often. .

the second and Communion fourth Sundays Saints at |I This Is our ," he cried flinging I herself(Next what week her Peggy final debates dtvfolon with. LK\\! BOOSTS OOP and Meat Curing Plant in Central Florida- I

U a. m. Holy cried Peggy intervening in the air "are you utter- MIAMIUnltt'd States
must lie, and then to John Senator
Days) at 10 a. m. Litany and choir great of mind. ?" goes J
practice! every Friday night at 7:30: presence Randolph to tell him the rvHiilt of James Hamilton Lewis of Illinois with a modern smoke house in connection. i
"Our dance? Is It?" s hand, reaching within her talk wllh the Prenldciit.) democrat, arrived today for a

p.m. -. Rowdy, blinking, as he forgot came across the coin ---. vacation with some startling advice {

argument and turned aside She pulled it out with an GRAHAM -,-.that Florida" should cultivates

Randolph who had been smile Mr.. 1., C. Smith 'urr..p..d..t stronger republican party. With NO INCREASE IN PRICES

BOB JONES I patiently in the next room for I am tails you are" she I two strong contesting political parties -

promised dance, now stepped William Dryden of Jacksonville' Senator Lewis expressed be.n..I.hlac tI

Comments On Here was In our section Monday. I r

Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Osteen of
And HereafterA Brooker were vlstiing their grandson We Specialize In Sugar Cured Meats !

little Jackie Surrency who 1

few years ago, the writer at- has been ill for several months WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION' I
but at this writing is Improvingsome. nt wtu
Mded the funeral of a very popular -
.
young man. It was Interest- .
The Rev' W. E. of
a{ to study the faces of the Daugherty

sournei. There were women there Hampton filled his regular appointment N471V wlot..,... 1..I..cprl. assnwj GAINESVILLE ICEt-t- ..

raring furs. They dropped their at the Christian Church Sunday morning and evening d."R. An y.a
tars on the grave of the young I....... torS '
tan. His business companions Mrs,, Pearl Starling of Lacrossewas +.o.....t \

npt at the bier. The poor and the visiting relatives here Sunday.
My' were there. If I had never''' Misses Marie Dyal, Bessie and COLD STORAGE CO. J

town the young man I would I Jewel Prescott of the Zlff section,
attended Sunday school at the Baptist
tee known from the type people'aN .i
ywzl J, L. KOIUIK.; : MOK. \
attended his funeral'that he ; Church Sunday. ej(:

\Sid a popular appeal to the differ. ':; Mrs. F. W. Reynolds, Mrs. Ida t .

at groups of society. I have at- Jones and Mrs. A. M. Broughtonwere Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St. 1. ,

nys) thought I would like to know. visiting in Starke Thursday,, I I'I

ail maybe I will, who attends my | Fry John Abernathy and Olin Gainesville, Florida r.;

linerathat'! Is, If the Lord taros \ "yer'n.frid!" P rL'rairlwr."AJr.iI Graves, of Daytona Beach were l, '.
and I have to die. A person N din/.ls.rl" visiting relatives Thursday night I I'

Judge his character by the typepecple I Mrs. Aileen Padgett and daughter I',

who will weep over him I Averllne left Friday for Tam- 't.

then he dies. The good people as {II I pa to join Mr. Padgett where they -- .c .t
:
I rule are persecuted while they the ballroom. When he saw Peggy Randolph glanced Idly at the are to make their home.L. i' i

live and honored when they are dancing with Rowdy, he stared a coin. Then suddenly drawing In C. Smith was a business visitor $
'
dead The Bible says "Enoch was moment then turned on his heel his breath, he seized it and stared., to Staike Saturday avIL ';.

tA found for God took him." Enoch and left. It was not until the middle It looked like an ordinary penny,, Charlie Graves of Tlf!on. Ga.. r .i I' I,

waa a good man and walked of the orchestra number that but It was not It bore the inscription spent some time with bin brother.J. ,,'

tlth God In a wicked day. No Peggy, seeing the curtains pulled : "FOR FIRST PRESIDENTOF A. Groves last week. I,
\ I II"
doubt people laughed at him and back for supper, suddenly became THE SOUTHERN CONFED- -.-- I I

mde fun of his testimony but aware of the time. Abruptly ex- ERATION OF STATES, JOHN C. LANDS SAFELY I I <' i

one day somebody said "Where Is cusing herself she rushed from the CALHOUN." ''I .

Enoch. He' was a good man." Did I floor to the reception room. It was "Where did you .get this?" demanded MIAMI-Blinded by the ; i "r ,
Mrs. G. L. McIntyre 04, drove sun'j orrm .... J OITZBIe.4 '
you ever to think where Randolph. ,
stop you empty. She sped to the entrance .
would be It to me, on auto across a drawbridge h.er..dr.l Tomer I f row ONLY oarkora AgrfculhirUt I yet ron j
moat missed when you hall, where she saw Randolph just "A stranger gave Good SlorlM.I'- ONLY s
*? Will be missed at prayerWeeting9 the street,'' rejoined Peggy who day as it was opening. The Country Hom.. ,...* Country Home, I fear
you k
going out."John had had risen about four feet when her Th. Fora Journal. 1 r_ $ .80 Tb.rermlounet.IT r $ .80 ,
will you be missed at !" she cried. She hurried was astounded to see that she AND THIS NKWSPAPCB AND THIS MEW3FAPOI ,
the She = al"
was uninjured
BIble study? will you be missed toward him. "John didn't you been carrying about an antiJackson car jumped gap For O..Y..* s for Om*Yta* Mot- ,. \
\
but two tires on the car ,,\ ,
ben somebody Is needed to do a see?" call to arms. "What can it 1
blown out."l1t.lS .
BlUe kindness 7 Will you be miss "Yes, Margaret," he repllded dul mean?!" were "II

when\ someone is sick and needs ly. "I did." Before she could col- "It means," said Randolph grim to-'IIEDI'I.1';-- / it4ttMOCa Caudzyhorn. MCCAILS ?j,) \. I 'I (''

l friend' Will "Don't out and ly "there are some who would do t
,
they say lect her thoughts he was tl A!
pICtO
!
J)1Iu wish we had so and so here had entered his carriage. Once by force what Calhoun and t wishto zt ; T STOTY al 1f Eprpy : :. e'

day He could take the serv- more a perverse fate seemed to do only by reason and right. It Our schedule changes December THIS NEWSPAPER Y'r 1 +fbc ew FARM \
ICt. at revolution of 10, and trains will runs us follows: tr
He an attempt
] could lead the prayer have come between the two. means i ,
meeting.' He would know what toa7 Because of the fact that the which Calhoun himself Is Ignor- (Southbound I for 1 year and ):

to the sinner." God help us streets Washington were none ant. No. 1--Due Sluice 11:31: P.M.
I I to> be faithful Christians because had contrived "Give it back to nr.e." said Peg 3 Big Magazines
too safe at night. Peggy No. IS- Due Starke 4:08: P.M.
|11 the best, life Is short the practice of making an gy. Randolph, held It behind his No. 107--Due Starke 0:50: A.M. THIS NEWSPAPER ,

e occasional sortie clad In men's attire back."You're. No. 191-Due Starke 10:39: P.M. for full I I
enough of an Influenceon one yean
"1 do with a hat black cape and \
,
not know what to do about
"

[I GlaD certain laid proposition," a young have could walking appease atlck. her In restless this way, adven-she Jackson reached already for the coin he said.and after Peggy 2-Due NorthboundNo. Starke 5.05: A.M.\ 9 I And 4 Big Magazines ;xn

to recently. "Do you turous spirit and could ,also! get an a moment's pretended struggle he No. 10--Due Starke 11:24: A.M.
nettle
IIOW"' i the proposition Just" Idea of what sort of anti-Jack.ion i relinquished It. They looked In each No. 108-Due Starke 0:35: P.M. I Maulnelrom Croup A I 3 Maulnulrom Group B; 4 la tit ,
Inquired. "No, I can wait
other eyes and Randolph drew Starke und \Vunne Brunch
be brewed by ,
sentiment was being
Stow answered. "When you do not 'her to him, his wall of reserve finally I No 101-Leaves Starke TrOO A. U.Nfo. I '

what to do, do not do any. soap-box orators. broken down. Peggy reached '\ 102-Arrives Starke 150; P. U. Select 3 1 / .
number of Impromptu Any Magazines
llung. That ia what a wise Tonight a their e
very
his head
bent Sundays.T
and as he Daily except I
on. As she up ......
lllan told harangues were going From This List 0..M me when I was very met In a fervent kiss. I J. GRIFFIN. I.*' .nr.. I
lomg' one street corner a bystanded lips a If.........
passed A..,.
Sometimes decisions have Peggy next .... c- 0 ." I
task confronting I I ev
hand. It The rn T nttmMas tS.C.
to "e made quickly. When we placed a coin in her Andrew 'Jackson In ., H_.. 6 Ga..... _I T- C..I.. .. 0 0 0 ... (1 q : '. I. : f .
to beard 0 Ly
8 Ws 0" '
and was .
tin too dark to examine It, / C..d8.. H.IHI4 eta 0 0 'br k. I",
to make them quickly make was of her I his den and tell him of what had Fl.... GrowerHouiohold -: ,. dalneerM.. .. I'" 0 711.,_....._.._ 0 ,'
item i on the side of safety. "I do she slipped it In the pocket %Ae Maandao _' ,- 0 M tI.. ..\\IItn) 1" 0 e -- e 1'" I, .
Dot come to pass. ..-- e. 1r fuojor Homo ((10. Meli- ".)_ TOW ..... 0 0t"ertMa'Iht; .ru..... llpr I f
know whether I should do a cape. involuntary Impulse ( "Uncle Andy!" she cried, as she r .. i. >:., MeCall MavoaU* 700* ciMc"le'II.. 0 0 0 1? 0 H...' 1" (t:; ,
II
Certain thing somebody says. Guided by study with a ": Morio Ctawl T- 0 11..1.Clone 2,.. 0 o. 1. "
\\\'ell. herself on the avenue burst Into his private : : :ii i ....tIIcrtl ,..r ooon 5'a. (em) ... hiay .
found : ;
she : : .
then do not do It. Always to be :tSF i4 .... MUlM 0 t H..o". 1.
She radiant smile, "I'm going lWli '. 0..... load (B.o) -J p pelt' 1" Mytb,,. '" r
CIte God and the the bene- leading to Randolph's house. ea:,. ,...."* M4..", .. -e ...1....r lmhlp) 111".1'4" aNhalty" I",
5t of right decided she would pass his house married! ; : jjrn : r'1, PalhUad.r. (....101"1) fl., 0 'pktad.l ".... 1" ".1"r"" .... 1.1t, I p.Plato. y
1" .
the doubt. If Is Eatonre- .. 1 0 0 N .d'tcnlt. .
a thing "You mean-John ) leriew t- '. '
doubtful whether It were lighted. As ... .... .. ga.rl' 1.01' 1" 0 ", LImp
> it Is "! am look- and 1 see who had been Informed r. r a A /ou/try hlhe/ ,. .
..
wrong. Jackson .
IDe: at this collar to see If It Is she drew near she could Senator see the plied by his Secretary of his pro- fJ ffi\I LE I IJACKSONVILLE Ro.Sor...."task tin I I .,,.-.. U 0''C..I-. ..{ ,".",0 1"1" 0 0 .,'eN.' d" ,....- '0 .. 2'.
Virginia ... .. '
Dun' 1 tall figure of the AgrieultufUt' AarkM K t.t"yhtl /livlH' .
a)
to am not sure; a man said front window.le posal. Trunk Ca _.loaeWOOMU'I -t I ;- ._ e. 11... O7 j '' 1" ,
bis outlined In the open ... 0 C. rim Wumi WwldM' !
wife "John I d o. I"
one morning "If It la answered Peggy. INn ,.. '
"No, I 111. J .
Worldl a .. g CI" .. .
doUbtful. rehearsing a speech ge8turlng Ihf hand .M s" .r. 'i tlw/,.,. 1"
It La dirty his wife re- was She came over to sit (t'f-cIt. 'follo-l. 0 prer a, e Ioorrud .
P on the edge of Jackson's desk. allow I",,

-- -. as though, surrounded by audience a distinguished "I ve always loved him you know. CHADLIC O INOI.-", I Modem Mochanl C I.._1 Tea
Oirl
Congressional America v..r
'I'h( world's smallest camera was behind a giant Ever since I can remember. YOUR .MJlOdwl. e..e ..d ..-.... 1.4 Deheealof Tearudae .. / 1 yl
txhlblted In A Peggy slipped of the ""Well then I guess It couldn'thelp h a..uw.i..C ...,..._ r do" ..d.ny I' T r
London lust year. Jim tree that stood in front ." said Jackson, an "..-.h.r..Lh.. ....t.c.ad.. d... ..... bTelaal Culture T- .
J hkhmaker's Jewel is used as a iiouse. She could scarcely re- happenin' his! features ., ....._ ).dw.4.. E.., ..h. CENTtEMENi I Caelei. f- Pies.. g.nd Me I
on j
and the camera Is no larger itrain an indulgent smile at the Incense enigmatic expression underneath .,.b ..4. ......, ..1. ..... ..... .... e Offer No. 1 D Otter N.. X D OUor No. 3 D OUer No. 4 I'
than a be "Hes a fine man mt. tad..*.... L..m..y l .Wd. MfcAia I ,
man' which .
,- thumbnail. seriousness with everythln'. an' I wish you all I _.. __ .... h.d.d. ....I. .a4.5. le- I .. checHaff Ibo magasla.s de.bed with a '**''8 ubierlp e38z i ,}
his speech to his Imaginary I Boo 10 your p.p.q '
bola RunnER I ';I-; presented When he pausedfor the luck In the world. coNOitiONio ,J ;,
WAKE audience. COCKTAIL LOUNGe COffn $HOp | .' .1
vow tin manner
Jackson's
about z
h('t'.n' nature'* warn- breath she began to whistle a Something strange I -I9rtk. .,a. M1..w ..id. Ili Nam. :
l' Ah.ad.
nJr.r Jllak. thlll Z e Yankee Doodle."Who's struck Peggy aa very I "ISlOG. K w I -
5i4 t'Olh.r'oO bu.nll lave.. Junlp..r. nit bar of Randolph. and she bent forward to peer Into I 40 ReeOT 13.00 14 loee t J MI" I Inoo .el w &r.D ,,' Y t
Ir" dru. Into IIttl. ? cried
"14'' .. tu fluek out .""... there sentiments his eyes. foods l.r .S A r ... I .
.... and tmpurltla.. F.,..... ...Id. "Do you object to my if I were going fc SIItIII---
'''''II'au.. irritation re.utting In ..t. voice?" "You talk as ri" i OUMI' H..I.MOritVu Taw u4 Etat.moao .

Nir,t",,,.'a'' burning I'Ju.t't.ht" e.,,.anty backache flow. ., ace u.nt nur lei or Peggy my cleared her throat and ml-as j away the same" ahe as said."I'll ever." be right here 0.-- T KOUieMOiO_-0--- I ... . II a ...._>. "A U I ,.

four days notrple. .I his manner of speech .I "
:1I1.t. In It .. nicked '"Ther. wayr" of .goja away
I"'. taule.e eik rttLb. refu... .... ilttch- best she could.

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Ia'' i} 1- :: ::: IlRlSTI GET TURKEY.DINNER. r Singing Convention Everyone day and dinner Is on the-

,1i, Bradford County Telegraph TOO LATE Economic I- .S .' The Bradford ,County, Singing --invltea.--..tr-,, tttJ

Convention meets Sunday, December -
# the State Farm near Denmark
Established 1877 has the
,1 w TO CLASSIFY I (Industrial News ) the following menu 13, with the Lawtey Baptist ganized agriculture moat ,I1lgbl
? on Christmas Day Church. There will be singing all'' the world.Hall'sCroc. t

SQgg MEM.BERvtNFLORIn <= ; Br nlTilKLl KAT I gravy, mashed po -----..
] \PRtSS:: ASSOCIATION rrrrlarr Florida Pre.. A..rl.Florida Hffrmlmg. That Affect th coffee, pudding and: -- -
.!!.. Uh.I..d Checks ,
t Bill of Krrr IndlwM l Item has been
V 103- a t..... and J.t.r...lo..l the >
;t "" '. 3.ot.WCMd: -eoticdz' growers of tomatoes, ............. .From Local the farm except '.
peppers, lima beans, egg plants, L. F. Chapman,
.. .. -- .. .. --- .. --.--.. .. and number of other products slid this week.' '
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class faced with dlsasterous competitionIn With politics also 'be an appro* e r

Florida the nation's markets, unable to ,the headlines. and withi. .
Starke
Matter at the Post Office at program with a
sell their produce for enough to vening of the next and each
.**-mm, Bi. f B i r Sf' nsm ma yz -' -- auditorium

E.- L. Matthews__________. -____________Editor and Owner even pay the freight, are permit than a month away, be given a paper sack MARKET
ting It to rot In the fields. Is again getting the
an apple,
.. .. --- orange
-- -- -- RO far as domestic ,
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SUBSCRIPTION RATE Desperate, they appealed to of candy and a
concerned. And-aside
Senators Pepper and Andrews for

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance aid In solving their problem. The ointment trouble which news is a big is stated that no// '

Advertising Rates on Application situation they lame largely on the are expected to,fci : AND LUNCH
For number of
---- -. -- Reciprocal Trade Agreement be- a since it Is cua- .
Go.- -- tween Cuba and the U. S. which principal business the Christmas sett*

We hope Governor Landon finds more fish in Florida permits the shipment of Cuban been the unparalleled executions, _, r.: 211 E. 10th St.
vegetables to American market, at of financial largesse by .
i than he did votes. greatly reduced tariff, during the tions large and small. ,
o heaviest period of Florida's pro- have been raised-In some 1 t FREE GROCERIESEACH
*. Correspond
the levels !
highest on
Note to Santa Claus: Please, Santa, visit our stocking before duction. '
True to a promise given Florida I uses have been announced.
you do Kate Smith's. i truckers prior to assuming office dividends have been ) Hogan will Milt .J pe( SATURDAY 7 P. M.
1 number''atC'corporations at, 'Ch*1a ....,
o I one of Senator Pepper's first a
next :Sunday and
Dumb Dora thinks "Gone With the Wind" deals with the acts upon arrival in Washington less stockholders for have ire! gone all members are (tifjTy'' A FEW:SPECIALS; FOR SATURDAYrFL"tUR724
years
was to start work on this problem, *' ,
Kansas cyclone country. Complicated by international relaionti renewal of tegular I Special. confer : ;.-_,LLliiAil"

o with the State Departmentfirm day sees news of this .32; ?'' 'ibrf. -_ _7Oc12 lb.39
fa"i'-' --
more is exoetbd'for the E..E. Lee and
in defense of trade
We're tired of advising you to shop early. Go on and ment which a agree- week. '' I Cynthia Lee of Beth-(,
they contend benefits
I shop, when you please-but shop. the nation aa a whole. Pepper The acid. test for of Mrs. Lizzie Dee"fl* ,RICE, Fancy'Patna, 5 Ibs.,_ 25c

found progress difficult. covery. l however, is not f

he Isn't bothered by The United States Department and wages-artificial Z. Z. Grlffla and SUGAR, Hershys, 5 Ibs... .. ,__ _h. 25c
The father of lazy daughter
a says
of Agriculture, sympathetic with such aa the surplus tax W. E. Green and Mrs. L

_ having an "It-girl," she's a "Sit-girl." Florida growers and anxious to Iy ,responsible for these visiting Mr. and 'PEANUT BUTTER, 32-oz. -. __ .2&:
o help, finds itself unable to abro boosts-but lies In the of Pine Level

"Seminole Brave Killed by Hit-And-Run Driver"lleadline. gate international agreements. thltf question: What Is ,.' Boy Coffee 100 Pet Ib.
Ald.lf any for this season at least earning record f In a Woodard and foal (. \Honey pure 18c
Another score for "civilization. could come only through some sort Business Week supplies Mr. and Mra. Arch

a of a gentleman's agreement between swer. ;, f" i OMILK, Carnation or Nestles, Lge. can 7c

If you absolutely can't think of a thing to give him this Cuban and Florida shippers This magazine. 'has : Pete Griffls vlsit\{ '
'
that would control the movementto Ings records, for the Mrs. Math Dijxori' : '
about automobile tag? 9 RIB BRISKET lb. lOc
year-what a new market and prevent flooding or months of 1938 and or ,

a dumping as far as possible. with the same period last r ., Joe Griffis,J'Jt., ot' .
|
With the hope of bringing about which. It should be \ TENDER ROUND STEAK lb.
College Degree"Headline. the week-end 18c
"John Garner Given Honorary such ; spent ,
,
an agreement. Senator
Pepper waa )In itselfgoodrperlod( I T
What for-keeping his mouth shut? Joined by Senator Andrews Incited .I light' of .the experience ( 1. '
o representatives of ,the Cu- 1933 and 1934.'' On this \ a' Oriffls And Mil; \ Pork & Beans, Vegetable Soup, can 5c

A man might forget everything else he learns in college, ban government and Cuban growers leading aircraft makers Friday.were visiting T: Mrs.'|"
to meet with a group of FlorIda profits of $2,835.000()( as : }, '
i TOMATOES Standard No. 2
but he usually remembers all the football rules. growers and U. S. Agricultural $50"OOo-a gain of 462 and Harvey Gainey can 7c

i, officials for a friendly discussion Three apparel night In JaCk-

o that ot the problem. ed 91,855,000 'as. against $ POTATOES, U. S. No. 1 Irish, 10 Ibs 25c
I the
The world's most futile industry: factory manu The conference held at Clewls- -up 77 per cent. Priest and Teresa

factures the "Do Not Open Until Christmas" labels. ton last: week while it solved no fits rose 74 per cent-$ Green Cove Springs

u problem and arrived at no answer aa compared with $ ASPIRIN, IQc Box ._ __ __ _2c

Don't talk about operations until friends be- did disclose some Interesting facts Chemicals showed a 41 confirmed' ,'
your your and because of the manner In earning Improvement and PURE PORK SAUSAGE lb. 25c
Is read. The New ,
to wish had been given overdose of ether.
gin you an which It was conducted reflected equipment 462 per cent-$ :
therefore passed the
o credit on all participants and paved 000 aa against 2777000. and Is secure as the ONIONS, Fancy Yellow, lb. ._21/2c
the way for future action whIchall teen '
You can make some orphan happy this Christmas by merchandising approved it.
hope will bring relief to Florida better the tune of
159
sending away some old toys or some cast-off clothing. rowers. and 97 to per cent was Mr. Stone, KETCHUP, 14-oz. Bottle __ .- 10c
bench illness
by ,
o Ability to grow and pack her felt by 23' machinery

k'' "A Michigan man has his pants tailored without pock- crops cheaper than can Florida Twenty-nine1 food has favored laws In unem-the Pure HOG LARD or Compound Ib I2l/2c

''l truckers, Cuba did not deny. The ahead 21 pet i cent, and
ets"-News item. What does his poor wife do for entertainment generally be-

? further advantage of a better ings of more than $ Roberts Joined POTTED MEAT 3 cans tOe
,
k' freight rate as far as the New the 1936 period. Steel (
branch of the court
o York market was concerned she showed
a gain 'of 264
per
One manufacturer announces a "bumpless airplane." We also admitted. Add to these advantages $85,145,000: : against $ ,1'T" Justices and Chief Brandela Juatcle KITCHEN MATCHES, 3 boxes lOc i

p suppose, however, that there is still a slight jolt when it hits tariff during a fifty the percent months reductionIn of December It field went with all the through smallest the putting the "conser- TRY US
Justices Van De-
the ground. January and February, betterment being four per Butler
and
f/, ; ? ----0--- and it appeared that Florida growers liquor and Confectionery minority so far as. FREE DELIVERY
/ Indeed had cause for complaint. and the largest 462
The head of the house says that right now it's just a' per concerned.
Then came the amazing disclosure aircraft and railway
i'' race between his bank account and the number of days till I that despite all these undeniable There were no losses. Two

Christmas.A advantages Cuba was not following fications-shipping and

the usual practice of price eous services-supplanted PU
cutting to control the market, but with
foot make profits.
movement is the grounds around the on the contrary was commanding a as low 'as'480.N.3fi $: M .t
Total industrial earnings ?
court house a real park for the convenience and attraction of higher price consistently topping companies 'were $ '

"' tourists. Let's all cooperate. I'lorida.-Californla and Mexico. Although *
agaInst $612,209,000 In the delTmIT
able to sell for less and
of that give
o period last Reara'jump models
till make a profit over her competitors -
They tell us that the British courts are very dignified, she apparently wasn't doIng cent.'r Industries l'r. I
In service increased gasoline
1, but how do the spectators keep from giggling at those wigs so. Wires from brokers and '
also betterment, though In
,; the judges wear over there commission houses showed that did' it reach*extraordinary :
o Cuban tomatoes were preferred tages. One hundred @ FORD VB'S
even at a higher figure. /
I Class 1 railroads earned $
In Tennessee a drunken fan squeezed his girl friend so The market, it appeared consumed 000 where they had :i
hard it broke Cuban tomatoes first then beautiful body v
several of her ribs. They ought to keep foot- deficit of $66,300,000 In and more "
turned to those from other sections nfBriffiant 5"
ball games away from such liquor. quarters of 1935. Fifteen

o until the supply the demand became was too met.great When for companies earned $ 3MB a't''! ,Models same a \ 'Ol1u1Iig 7 *X X1I

8 ,Ooo-a
against $7, gain
i i Well, if the women folks are going to follow styles in the demand, Florida, and not Cuba per 'cent. Thirty-one :same body size. ;

dress set by Mrs. Simpson, we are at least glad that she has took the "rap." light utilities went ahead ,
Cuba's Denis
Defending position
better taste than Princess Eugenie. cent--$147,944.000 as
Flgeroux representing! the CubanGrowers'
with $136,441,000.
o Association! pointed out It..L. .
'''I A college professor announces that if you sleep on the that Cuba's dominance of the mar Grand total for all the V
es-571 In number-
floor you can't fall out of bed. And if you are a college professor ket was due to better quality and ings of $$1,178,249.000 In .,. IIi
"We
\ higher grade pack. ship no
4n. you can't be sued for making dumb remarks. culls or seconds," he said 'only the nine months of thIs year aa i
''' $689,990OOQ In the same mm-
--- -<* I finest No. 1. Ninety-three per 'bR

Comptroller Lee has published a booklet showing the I cent of Cuba's growers belong to year betterment ago.:' Grand was thus total 71 per 1r4 -
the Association and under Its
ship
salaries of all state employees. Now at last we can see just I to As Business Week also
rigid regulation as qualitynandpack. /!
T ,I i exactly how much it will take to keep up with the Joneses."Is .' but 'Consfstency has
Jewel ofn recovery"-that
o Florida growers for the most .
that all
highly significant
there anything worse in one's life than one's ups and part room unorganized for Improvement admitted both much In Industries have" Improved i. 7., .

downs," a reader asks a psychologist. Oh yes, mister. Those grading and packing although have lost ground. In

t: ups one has to make every 'morning. during the winter to kindle stubbornly contending that they riods 'since recovery

''t a fire. could grow as good tomatoes as picture was always
1. Cuba. But the fact remained that at least a few Industries y
----0 the consumer preferred Cuba'snd declines to'offset the

r Residents in Connecticut are using cellophane to screen was willing to pay a premiumor output and earnings of -

t their windows. We hope the practice doesn't become wide them. dustries. As we come to A
of 1936 It Is undeniable
spread if it tends to make the younger generation any more .- branch of American ,

fresh than it is. an producer Florida growers demanded made,great strides. I T.5..l J'w aS..
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'
o :: a higher tariff on foreign

I' : "An alligator may live 800 years, but he has no soul and produce. Cubans countered with Vitally important was I. _
the contention that her preme Court s decision on tfilpr....
!' : death ends it all," declares a writer. It must be terribly annoying was! not unfair pointing competition out York unemployment ,'I .The 1'37Fod V-8's are here! ...with sweeping comfort" and A ouijoMIANCl

to live 800 years only to die and remain in the same that the balance of trade was in case-because of Its bearing that mean flier performance, more ,
similar laws of sixteen menta See and drive America' $2f "'*
place indefinitely. America's favor as Cubans spentrnoie Federal economy. Call on us today r >
for American goods than states, and on the cant! YOUR FORD DEALER
0 low-priced
Americans spent for Cuban 3ecutlty program. Min most modem
4'; i At least one hunter believes that bird dogs have very duce. pro-I point brought forward by i IHGlNESIsm ",([RIDING QOA11 h" **' b UI

little consideration for their masters. lIe complains that his For five hours the discussion nays opposing"-the law was SMOOtH, QUIim V-, seat now 7 Inch** forward of sties Ab rre
.. .
I
In two *! YdIAST
taxes to oflerwl
w dogs eat heartily and stay in fine shape all year and then continued but got no further than employers Now ALSOIE..lerahockl..cMrlna- Ft
t therefore &
ployes, that*
the appointment of a committee I JA/ Tf IUKOI-S.U- eoollng-rteh
ACTION
enjlne
sick and die Improved
usually get just as hunting season is about to composed of three Floridians and lation of the basic law of Inaldo trim
op-ration. Gn.tuwod Bnl.h on
; n.raUIn -4rsln
L open. I three Cubans authorized to further Defenders of'the law to said I stooping power,with*.Ur,wf t.. _mart new upholstery treatment C.d
h Qt o study the vexing problem and attempt was Industry's duty I In all mod.ll-hut. nwIu44 n-
I pttcIaIactioa.
to find an equitable solution.In workers' It might have *
A dentist gives his fellow drillers the advice compartlD.acscl..r.I
t following : the meantime Florida charge, that there was no Au-umsAnTTRODU3l.-9te.ltop, 4 k

} 1 .4'' "Every dentist should install a large mirror in his office and might organize improve growers their tional barrier In the way. I *.*, Boor, weMed Into a single vision"V wlndihleld tbrouahout--that opeDaIIle..1 K

f %'' !I practice smiling before each patient enters. Then he should | grade and pack and as an'organization The Supreme Court said I unit. Rabbf-B ount d Safety mon Glass.y to the tat OftaUI ,

walk around the chair and greet the new arrival with a smile." command better freight word-In a highly unusual and fully InuiUted. /or your
The rates as well a* more serious Fed- The court was divided four I
only danger is that the patient might think the dentist is

,J, :' l Jaujrhlng at his misery and lose his temper. I a.enl protective consideration tariff.in the matter: of happen on the question the Judgment and Of \ -,... d," 4'p' yi ,. j

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