Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02573
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 25, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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OF LEGISLATURE l I I En mute from Augusta Ga. to TREE CONTEST of the county official will DRIVING BEGUN ; ; R

the funeral of a relative in Webster vacate the court house Friday. Dec. I 1

I three persons were injured Christmas Dayand spend he( )

Enact Laws when the car In which they rode annual day of daya feasting In or I
to I Is Made Gay Several Arrests Made B
Needed City
II skidded on a wet bridge about out of town. With the exception of

For Social Security I I l eight miles from here on the For Holiday two, and one of those isn't certain, Sheriff's Office

[ Gainesville highway Tuesday aft the county duds. will spend the day
Program 1 Season This JJeekSEVERAL
'ernoon, and turned over several with their families'! nt home.

times. Tax Collector Carl Knight, will

MAY TAKE PLACE SOON Mrs W J. Knf;M was painfully TO BECOME ANNUAL upend Christmas Day In Jacksonville Ban WRECK

AFTER' INAUGURATION o t a 6 I I hurt and her Wn-in-law: D. EVENT SPONSORS SAYMrs. or maybe at his home here, ON ROADS NEAR HERE' I I

( Padgett, received < minor Injuries. while County Agent T. K, McClane, --- 'i

IB order to whip the state I In line i Padgett's smull daughter, Joyce, an C A. Knight, with a beautifully Jr., expects to spend the day with The first arrests which usually;

with the Federal government's social occupant of the car, was also shaped tree sporting thir- his parents In Gainesville usher In the holiday season were' ,

security program. Fred P scratched about the-face, Padgett teen sets of brilliant lights, was County Judge E. K. Ferryman reported by the sheriff's office hen

Cone Lake City governorelect.ho before leaving with his mothertnlaw awarded first prize in the outdoors will remain in Starke for tho day, Thursday.

takes office 'Jan 8, 193T. announced and small daughter to attend Christmas tree contest sponsored as will Sheriff' A O. Andreu. Clark : I ,

Tuesday in Lake City thai the funeral, left his wife seriously by the Beautification Committeeof of the Court A. J. Thomas, and Sonny Fred Williams In a mode

allsaeday probability an early extra These happy children from the elementary grades of B H. S. on their ill In Augusta."STUDENT. the Woman's Club and the Business County School Superintendent A. "A" roadster tried to pans a produce \
I in way to the movie matinee last Friday afternoon. Men's' Club. truck on State Road 28 near
session of the legislature They were admittedat J. Grlffla. Tax Assessor N D.
called shortly after his in- the price of one toy each (old or new). The show was sponsored by Mrs. Joseph E. Wilson was given Wainwright will remain In Starke here Wednesday night, and failed
may be state the Woman's Club, and It is reported that between 300 and 400 good which coat him the price of another
If he found the NIGHT"AT second prize and C. H Nasworthy for Christmas dinner also.
.uiruration toys were received. They will be distributed to underprlviledged chil- I automobile If he cares to replace
then, to collect and E. A Winkler received honorable Assistant workers In the court
could dren for Christmas local
still by the Welfare Board. I BAPTIST I the one he drove then Williams
from employers and their mention. house reported that they will spend
taxes officers believe with Yul
for old-age security. I YOUNG PEOPLE WILL HAVE Mrs. P. D Fancher and Dr. and the entire day nearby and hinted "keyed' *
employes tide failed to aroundthe
Otherwise, taxes for this purpose I RED CROSSOVER L. M. GRAY I CHARGE OF SERVICE M.-.. Walter Murphy, of the State I that they prefer local Christmas truck which also traveled go athigh .

will be paid Into the national fund THE TOP SUNDAY NIGHT Farm acted as judges and reached turkey to that of out of town. speed, and smashed Into the

their: decision only after a careful' A
assistance 1 --- -----
will toward the front of the truck his
go car turning
and I Student at Christmastime tour of tree In
other states, and Flor FINE WORK DONE BY SUB- night inspection every BIG COMPANIES
of those In over several time and was ton "
will be observed at the Baptist town. "
have to wait until CHAPTER AT FLORIDA
ida's needy will to pieces. The truck was damage
Church. Decem- I BOOST WAGES
Sunday night
Starke has been made unusually '
is set by the regular STATE FARM
\ machinery up slightly, but the driver, from South; \
ber 27, at 7:30 o'clock. This special -
this holiday season by
biennial session of the legislature I gay F"lorichwa... able to continue on .
T. F. Landrum, chairman of the feature will take the place of large number of outdoor trees that RECORD BREAKING DIVIDENDS \ ,
in April. I his route. '
beginning act states 1936 Red Cross Roll Call in this the regular preaching service. Student blossomed out as a result of the I BEING DECLAREDALL : .

Coder the security In the county, announced yesterday that I night Is being observed by contest One of the largest and OVER COUNTRY When officers arrived, they said, } ,

which participate program Bradford went over the top with a Baptist Churches in the entire most striking was the big holly I the negro had left his machine and
collect the tax from employers and Well-Known Contractor Not even In the boom days was unable to locate him tili'
they were .
Southland on this date. The pus
bang, registering 193 memberships tree at the city light plant that
In states not under the II there> such a of extra dlvl-
workers surge
However It believed
that h
--forty-three over its set quota ol liuilt Road 13 pone of the service Is to acquaint was beautifully lighted by Supt. R I was
'program the tax Is collected by the I' the home churches with the F. Clark and his assistants. dondH, wage Increases and employe was Injured seriously' himself, from '.
Federal government and the benefits 150.Much Here I bonuses as this season. Corporate the looks of the abandoned autorao
of the success of the Roll; Through religious activities on the college A very novel tree was erectedat to
are paid only In outside qualified I I I Industry Is pouring out money bile he drove. ;
Call was due to the exceptional campus. The program will be given the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. In _
Its stockholders and workers unprecedented
states. work on the sub-chapter recently; FUNERAL SERVICE HELD by college students home for the Carpenter. The several sets of ,I amounts. After Sheriff A O. Andreu and! a

"The deadline In the Federal law I holiday season. It that Deputy W" E. Thornton Inveatlgateil '
organized at the Florida State THURSDAY AFTERNOON lights on were arranged so I A list of extra dividends and ,
for states to qualify was. Dec. 31, Farm. Under the leadership of There will be two speakers on they turned on and off at differ- bonuses declared would take many the Road 28 accident, they tried i

Cone said, "and I won t be in office I Mrs. P. D. Fancher, workers at the L. ?I. Gray, 53 well-known road : the program: Miss Marguerite ent times. I pages to detail, but here are some to flag an approaching automobile

until after that. farm colony enrolled 123 members contractor and former resident of Prevail from Florida State Col- Mrs. O L. Beasley, chairman of outstanding. Items: Steel has announced near the scene of the Williams' col ,

"If I find we still can get In with during the first three days of the Starke, died of a heart attack lege for Women, and Mr. Hugh H. the Beautification Committee, ex- I u ten per cent advance In Union, after falling to do so they ,.'

a law for Florida after I am inaugurated I drive. while stopping in a Jacksonville Walters, from Stetson University.This pressed herself yesterday as being wages, which will up payrolls $70- gave chase and upon stopping the.

I will call the legislature I This year's was the most suc hotel! Wednesday He was stricken service will mark the third very pleased with the Interest I 000,000 In 1937 General Motors vehicle, driven by James Murraya

into session for one day. The cessful drive since war times, it is while eating breakfast and died at observance of Student Night at shown in the contest, and stated will pay its workers a Christmas negro, It was found the automobile
bill will be all ready and they'll be the First Church.A I contained no license plate Hla <
believed. 10 o'clock.Mr. Baptist that: It would probably become an I bonus of $10,000,000 In addition

able to put It right through. --. Gray was the contractor on I special Invitation Is extended annual event. r to other benefits. Chrysler has I lodged in jail here charged with'I I r

"If It's too late for this year's SOIL PROGRAMIN Road 13 and made bis home In I to all/ college and high school The first prize was $5 and the voted an extra dividend of $360 I reckless. driving and a "no-ta *

/tu we'll Just have to wait until Starke for several years during the students to attend the service. second $2 SO. I per share Eastman Kodak declared charge will be brought later,A It w

\the 'legislature meets in April." ACTIONINCREASING construction of this Important -.--.-- .. --.- tated.
----- -- ----- I a 7 .cent extra, and Jewel Tea

Coy Dave Sholtz declined to call highway. It has often been praised Have You Ever Heard of the Sampson City I I! Company/ $2.00. Standard 011 of Cheater Hamlet, a negro who

a special session. He has joined I NUMBEROF as one of the beat pieces of road New Jersey will pay a $4,500,000 drove the Oldsmobile sedan thai." :

other members of the Governors'I' I GROWERS ARE work of its type in the country. I Ghost? Well, Here Is the Story As It Happened''' bonus to workers, and Sears, Roebuck smashed a V-8 Ford coupe drivers

conference in seeking COOPERATINGFarmers ---- I C. R Helms Goodrich Tire
Born In Amory Miss.. Mr. Gray one of $1,000.000. by nupervlnor ,
of the deadline so Florida could soil conservation By H E. LAGKRGREN: I the Santa Fe River "
I were signing moved to Florida In 1895 and set was not aggressive. Its existencewas Upshot of this Is that dividends near !
qualify through its regular legislative compensation applications Soon after the G S. & F. and the just over the Bradford County line
tled at Haines City with his par manifested only by a noise of various big industries will bees ,
meeting I, at the office of County Agent ents. He served as a Florida East "Peggy' railroads had been built, sounding like the glorified growl- ; large. In pre-dcpres days- this week, has been released from
.- week for Sampson City was laid out to the the here under $200'
''T. K. McClftne. this payments from 1903 county jail i
conductor be
Coast Railway i Ing of a dog; It would be heard while wages, in some CUSPS, will ,
I on more than five hundred 1920. Mr. Gray moved to I north of the crossing and several rate lathe bond and the owner of the automo
to from and then but
CHRISTMAS MAIL upstairs now higher Steel's new wage
soil. Industrie stalled there. E. E, die Roosevelt Jones arrested Ji .{ .f \
!, was
acres of Bradford County Gainesville to make his headquarters only for a couple of minutes at a highest In its history. General I
BREAKS RECORDMANY More than 110 farmers are par lie was married! Florence E.I I Johns had u gristmill and a cotton time No gory figure dragging Motors Is ten per cent above the but later released under $10O j

ticipating in this year's conservation Flynn of Jacksonville in 1912, and I gin J. M Wolfcnden a veneering chains, or anything like that, was 1929 average Business Week says bond, It was stated this week at !
MORE EMPLOYEES work in the county which is his widow one mill Jim Kite a large cross-tie labor the sheriff's office here ti i! E
Is survived by ; Charles Smith Been. The family soon ceased to: that next year Industry's i '1
business. a turpen-
NECESSARY DURING a slight Increase over the previous daughter Helen Gray Gainesville I dread the nolne. costs: will possibly be the highest In Both of the automobiles weeds" d
Prescott store
RUSH PERIOD year, it was said. The acreage last teacher; one son L. M. Gray, Jr., tina still. "Sandy" a Those days the movements of"Peggy" I all U. S Industrial history ompletely demolished, officers! .;
'I to than five hundred and I and a boarding house buildings laid.. Y
year ran more aged 13; three brothers Bert were not regulated by the
Christmas mailing reached an for section hands were established I What caused this I amazing r' t
acres and It was believed that the Howard Gray of Winter Haven and time table, but by opportunity; better Wednesday night, two .
11-tlme high this year, decreasingthe i Much was also expected from the + change? Obvious answer Is negroes '
Hat of unemployed mall clerks, 1930 acreage will/ even surpass Reginald Cray of Newberry;; one drained muck landa near the lake. trains moved as they could, day or I timesand there Is no question but James Jackson and Jesse Moore,{

and other postal employees by : these figures. sister, Mrs. W. H. Lewis of Winter ,, A well-to-do farmer, living weal night. In course of time Mrs. New what Industry in general' tins pulled of Lawtey, were taken Into CWl'I' ...I''

thousands all over the country I The payments should be made Haven and his father B. H. Grayof of there decided to enjoy the social man became aware that the out of depression, has entered, sly: after a brief two-man battle*

Starke s post office was swampedwith Ita the farmers within the next two Winter Haven He was a member I advantages of the "city1 and he "ha'nt" growled only when that i a I period' of recovery. entitling from an overdose: ofmoonshine. '

will bring a Masons, Shrine, Knights train, whose track ran some distance The sheriff's offtcessaid !
mall and holiday packages for or three months, which of the I, bought a fewtlotg In the southwes- I But that Isn't the entire answer I Jl ". .
the good sum of additional cash to Templar. Tall Cedars, Elks Gruer, to the south of the building, I late Thursday, that the n.-( .' ,
two the erecteda
past weeks and reached a tern portion of layout, why business Is figuratively
in the Conductors of America, went by. So one day, while alone, I Ito still in
taken were jail awaiting
*>gh this week as Christmas day I' those who have part of Railway good two-story house and moved breaking Its neck In an effort to groea
drew conservation Liberal estimates and Associated General Contrac- : she ventured upstairs when she I I posting of bond. Neither of then '
program. and Into
he sold out
near A survey of the into It. But soon get as many dollars as possible '
more state shows a decided in I were that payment will tors of America. I, went elsewhere. The house was resold heard a westbound train whistle at 1' the hands of stockholders and i! brownies' did any damage, worth. ,

crease of yuletide business evidently average ten dollars Interment will be In Evergreen I several times, and was occu- the station. Soon it neared the I' workers before 1937 dawns Big mentioning to each other, and they
will bring I house and, presto! one of the windows only reported oversized heads In'!' 1
which .
Volume records were set most straight through Cemetery, Gainesville pied cnly spasmodically by parties and potent Influence la the new tax
"erywhere Hard-working post- I a total sum of approximately: $1- __ I; who could pay no rent. Eventu began to rattle violently, but bill on undistributed corporation the county jail Thursday momma
I ceased doing so after the train had after sleeping off several w
,, pint
gales clerks and officials in some 100. However, It was explained Trmdway! Deplore Death f II I ally it became shunned even by pained. So that was all. Mrs. Newman profits passed by the last Con- '< .

|pot lost count as they dug at ttW some may receive larger paymentsthan TALLAHASSEE-Chairman C. : this class, for It was said to be hunted some nails and gress. ---- -

bilge piles, but .agreed that this others, depending been on the B. Treadway of the State Road''': haunted blood curdling noises tacks and hairpins up and fastened This tax bill levies taxes of unprecedented RURAL FAMILIES)::' .

l year mail hasj exceeded 'other amount of work that had un State oUi-I frightening tenants away. The severity on such prof
Department and other down the loose window casing and r
jears. dertaken. became! tired of it and allowed EAT TURKEY 't j ,
cials expressed regret at the death |I owner pones. and henceforth "Peggy" itstaxes ranging up to twenty-
Chrbtmas Fla.. in the.mklst of *- contractor anybody; who wanted to. to live seven cent. But when the profIts .
I n. of L. M Gray Gainesville l could pass without being growled per ';
8geat season said the total I YOUNG FOLKSBOOKS ',there free' of rent only that they at. are distributed, In either wages, REHABILITATION ,

sill I reach 500,000 pieces of mall must be careful about fire.A bonues or dividends, the tux Is HAS MADE POSSIBLE '
shocked to learn of The phenomenon was explained BETTER TIMESChristmas
tar the I "I am deeply tho major
season. man named Newman had livedin avoided. And that Is
death" said Chairman thus; The vibrations from the rat.tling I
Mr. Gray
Other points established dally LARGE i Sampson City for some time. tie reason why business Is following Its day again comes ta
YOUNG HAS "He was a high type trains forced into the chute
MRS. Treadway
Itcorda. I shift le_ breed and oc- lavishly generous) course. I
was of the present far lI.k
NUMBER FOR HOLIDAY citizen and his work was especially formed by two parallel cyprcI 'w Rural 1ft s r
shack only as long as he According to the New York Journal )
with cupied a Farm families who have been forced -
READINGThat on contracts / pond In the direction toward the
SERIES OF MEETS I satisfactory State Road Department. i did not have to pay rent. HU wife I I bOWIe, were communicated to the of Commerce, distributions to : to forget about this royal bird). '
six to the and from her stockholders ordered for the last
young readers, from company built various was a smart woman, loose window and made It rattle. for the last few years now luolc ,

AGENT HOLDS sixteen years may have good Gray's of highway In the Gaines- industry came the chief support of Before partial settling of the bulking three months of this year directly forward to a real day of joy with .

during the holidays stretches the family. One day the ownerof ,, traceable to the tax law total all that with It, according to.
goes .
NSTRUCTION books for perusal ville-Ocala area, during the past bad taken place, the window
BEING OFFERED has listed below the shack the Newmans occupied at least $500,000,000.Economists Lucian Hazen, Rural Rehabilitation'!,
the Librarian lad been firm in Its frame. and for
IN SCREW WORM several years. at the time gave them noticeto are highly dubious 1
twenty-one new 1936 ? that reason the house gained its Supervisor In Bradford County. :
CONTROL worth at publishers'bona .- evacuate. This habitation had of the ultimate results of the law, will haves '
((forty dollars vll reputation only years after It Ninety-five families
The? County Agent T. K. Mc- prices) which will be available at Plane Forced DownAn been their list chance; no more had been built. Wonder why the fear It will prevent Industry from j much to be thankful for and area ,
CIa e Saturday De forced shelter could be had rent-free, and Newman did not mention to building up surpluses that are essential lit '
Jr. together with the Screw the Public Library Army airplane nvde a anybody proud of their achievement
Aertn Control Administration ember 26. in an open field near Mrs. Newman was In despair about that the place had been de-I If future depressions are II home and farm Improvements and J Jof {
: landing
t-M. Demonstration ', "These new books will be loaned Tuesday night when It ran what to doher spouse magnanimously ha'nted before the very day they to be survived. In the meantime, the fine record they have medal: 4
at the farm
It 11&0 May I'I week to those who come Brooker fuel, according to a state- allowing her to do the deciding had decided to move out and try however, the tax la helping cause I Many of these fumlliej will substitute -
near Th ressa! Frl- for one out of In all other Important dividend and
I ad- in this as veritable wage
'' librarian a ,
? meats for"Fturkey
I J *" ""*Msful "They are for your pleasure from Atlanta to Jacksonville matters ---_.-.- toom., but all of them In thin county -_ I
I JT with an attendance vised. on Its way to .
was move
I -seven. but we ask that you take care The only recourse Cold Snap HereOn -- -- - j win have a real Chrlstmis I

The of the bocks are .. into the haunted! house. To this Midnight Service "I am grateful for r
demo --- very
I nUration was in charge of them. Many -- but his.tror.gmlnled the heels of warm summer i
objected .
It ltl 111 weakly : l
Newman ,
ltimer BOYd the State Library and last week, In accordance with a traditional (fine cof peratiou. .:teen me dln"I'""I'"I'n"r.
I *Of district from them In good Gas Consumption Drops mate reminded! him like days that prevailed : | Mr KaMn, "and more ti"n ,*"' )
IItlew to Church folk, celebration j
t worm control supervt-I our desire> the inmates of the bury growers shivered/ this week custom among a
I Hayes have read. and In Bradford that though with the success of our farm '
county condition after you she con The use of gasoline from 93,381 gallons house had teenCarecl out of their when a blanket tt front spread I cf the Holy Communion In I in thin county Of the $!.>,.'-*>
""Hal contents dropped Church at
their St. Mark's
MkA County fields several Episcopal .
\ demonstration was I I enjoyed in wit, none had been hurt, and as over their ax'wnwl' to farmers In Brvlfonl ;
83041 gallons
at the In October to I midnight Christmas Eve In com- .
Tallning homestead of Wade eluded.Dmn the spook sedately confined Itselfto However, It was reported more than forty-om pert f
neal Erooker Saturday'I The books are: from 'November, according to Depart-figures the upper story anJ never camedOo'nstalra. ."ririus damage was done to strawberries memoration of the birth of our, cert County already has been npII l and( I '; ,
the Forest! : Tales released by the State fruit ) :ord. Seasonal devotional music
.. I lust could not be bothered locally as cropoac 7 7r
Jonathan Kerosene they 'I more will be repaid as (
"'net Unl)' Agent and the Screw : a I Finnish Tupa: David Is Si- 'ment of Agriculture. 6,702 gal tor what little goods they continues to appear. A few ripe I has been prepared by the ,crnlr. I[ to market" >*, "; 7V i. i1r ;
a from go
C Parrot Where consumption rose on | Each member of the congregationwill j h
Uo1 Ship's housed strawberries are appearing
; well be on .
Administration "
in- i the owned could co.stinued
IIot t in -fflce.
r this <
on In
gallons "Files
to Fold Chariot; Moccasins lons in October to 7.460 her bushes In the Urge aireaz: ; ; in thin wish to make his co'jmunton !
a Gay rolled Jf
|'" 8e>lM of such meetla i I via: Luck; Old John: the groundfloor She up and a cordial Invitation I Is extended Mr flaxen, "contain rn'Miy let'ter. j ,
n Brings November. I
ly : effort to control the I Trail'; Jade Butter: sleeves! put her arms akimbo and ounty from farmers v Bo have been'f
I -- lid's ,
with in
ft rna Black Ant;: Billy -- -- to bor- _.-- A.-- -- to all to participate UII t ,
In the Llttl reluctant old man aol all lot-
coming told htr this :
year. aided
Spotted by program
aelBy: '' service. 'j ,
picturesquesoot that the present'
Tbeb -+-- !I I Beppo: Bouncing Nyl5 The Island of Ball is row a wheelbarrow for the transportation Chemists report _. teas Indicate such lripr(.veJ c mil*,
Company Increased q?
ndie-lleste-ra Deer s Party: Engine In the Malay Archipelago of their household goodsto vat of automobiles and of ? <. much Y
1Itd ; ot Brazil are Se'lcll'Be'lda ofwestern U island In the Grecian lions that all us top st);
and Crinoline: the influences motor fuel from Dcloce an I
feel of extracting
IUaerrelro (SmIths) by the I 2 ; tn Calico la ghts at beginning to the. arrllourUt ', thel new abode. cost Archipelago. te th'ickful for, ;
Wampum; civilization with but coal l U 20 cent a gallon
because of "ha'nf was them,
a'.... Uke their song)I I'lI'hldr : Salls: yonder Well the
the noise made by a Bay: sou'weater and girls.m \ trade.
I I _Myt! for boys

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.k A. tlRVT"_"Frurr on earth t:. C. l'IUJoST-U..luty LIGHT-Why rook today? THE A. & P. STORE!:-It's a plea- A. M. \RBT-May every day III \\'. E. TORODE-Season's greetings N. J. KEEN-See me for amrtiln

p gnat will toward eras*' from jour Hoed Gulf di-alcr.. taut dinner at the Magnolia Cafe sure> to waft. eo you. Come again.F. 1937 be just as happy as today. and a Happy New Year to in citrus. fruit line. lax I oj
I you. (candles cigars. cigarette

,;ID k : :UK. AM MRS. SAM ANDERSON P. S. DF.MIAKK wish. I could C. II. NAS\\ORTIIY-I know you F. STUMP, PoHtmaater-SeaM T. K. MfCIANK. JR.- Merry DR.Chrlotinaa M. B. and HEKLONO a Merry New COOK'S GROCERY If th.-rc
'hristmaa" In will hate Xmas If beat wl-h- Christina* and Happy New Year prosperous anything you have forgotten (t
t; _A Merry ChrlatiuuM nUheil. for say "Merry { person a Merry you I ( >u'n greetings nail Year.
you by the Tenifiln Lunch Room hut anyway you know I'' bought your grorrrlei at the Tip eIt.TEltN'S. from your county agent Christina, you can get It her

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GARAGE If REGISTER MOTOR CO.-We extend STARKR STAVE l\1ILL-\\llth88 D. G. KELLY-Come to Kelly!
will take $ a Merry
K. \\. \YES-I soon
BftO'ftIF.RS-Mprry E. C A NOT A T. make
Christina. and for real Christmas and tbe I I.HIn
t Chrlntnuui. for If on heartiest greetings and utah" you a very Merry a
will be to aerveyon yes you're
office" and glad
a + t <<e* far big long story abort Merry Chrlhtma 1937. music town.A. .
In 1937. a more prosperous
I eea.U. I our budget plun. you every uccea
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agaht I.! i II friendly and lanHng key' gone, pay my market a 'li- Oil (.'0. agent wi...hpo yon a Merry this day be tbe happiest OM rec falling. you a Merry ('hristirias greeting Mid a wish for a Merry Merry Christmas and a prO'Op'

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y Telegraph I wink yen a MerryChrlnluaA. morning! And Merry Christmasto for your Chrbttnmi. bIMI......... Let you a Merry Cbrl traaa. Eat!: agent comes a Merry joy be yoiars this happy holiday the day be a joy to you

, 1 nil our friend lu crvf you through the year. with us. Friday. Turkey dinners. Christmas wlih.RKET eea.._. yours. fIiil

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RAIFORD---Charged with crIm- Ml.. Ado Ntwimo. Corrtmf **..< I UK STEADY IN FIRST The Bethlehem story was sweetly Mr.. W. A. ,I.... t".rr..0 iiil lr.'
SIX MONTHS OF 1937 told in a simple but impressive '
; inally assaulting a white woman. The Rev. Mr. Turner of Gainesville Christmas Service at the Mission. Miss Dorothy Swanbom of Tal
I' Willie Walker, 34 year old negro!' basses is the holidays '
LIVE NEWS was held for at the will preach at Loth the morn- GAINESVILLE A steady or on Tuesday evening spending
safekeeping and services at the her home here.
i ing afternoon higher market for Florida eggs Twenty-five children and young t
State Prison Farm SherIff
this week
Baptist Church beer next Sunday. during the first half of 1937. with Mrs. W. A. Tyler and childra
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs Rex Sweat of Duval County, Everybody invited. possibly a slight decline during the ladies rendered the following pro- David and Evelyn, spent MomlJ
auld Walker admitted attacking the gram before a large gathering of Branf
J 60-yearold woman at her home Mrs. J, L. Nimmo. Washington last six months of the year is forecast friends: with her sister, Mrs J. L

D. C., is a guest of her father-in- In the Florida Agricultural ley.
l near Baldwin. Two hunters found Song-"O, Little Town of Bethlehem -
m law J. VV Nlmmo and aunt, Miss Outlook report for 1937. Mrs.\ Lizzie Tyler and child
-- him in FTTdlng in the woods.GAINESVILLE --Congrega..on.SCl'lpture
IIr Ad* Nimmo this week. The report. Issued recently by and of Starke spent Sunday with
IIATTLESNAKK! VICTIM DIES 1S-YE.\R-OLD MOTHER' lira. Earney Dowllng of Starke, the State Agricultural Extension Reading Prayer daughter, Mrs. C C. Sumner
'.I -Dr. John J. I Song-"Jesus My Saviour To Mrs. W. R. Swanbom and 8
here this
GROSS CITY--William H. Shaw, TALLAHASSEE Birth of a i was transacting Service, expresses the opinion that
A 32. of a prominent Dixie County healthy baby to a 13-year-old Tlgert, president of the University 1, week. eggs will bring as much or more Bethlehem Came"-Congregation. Arthur, were in Jacksonville F

JAI I + 1 family, died here from a rattlesnake I mother was reported here. Mm of Florida, announced that W S. The Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Daugh- In the first half of the coming yearas Recitation-"Christmas Is Com- day.O..

bite Buffered while hunting I[ Cullen Walker the mother said Cawthon has accepted the pont of tery are visiting in Starke but will they did In the corresponding Ing"-by a young lady. I* Brown was a visitor

with a party of rlenda last Friday she was born September 23, 1923. dean of students at the University return to their home before Christmas period of 1936. With an anticipated Song-"Silent Night HallowedNight" Lawtey Saturday

4 n J tern con. She was married to Walker 22- of Florida's School of Adult Edu- production Increase in the lat six ladles. .

( -. ':ear old forest surveyor last cation at Camp Roosevelt. Ocala. ".. M. U. Meet. ter half of the year prices are like- Recitation-Welcome Christmas MRS. T. B. TRIEST DIES I j

tf VETOES TAX LEVY Christmas Day at Crawfordvllle. Cawthon will move to Camp Hampton- ly to be lower than they were dur- Day-Little girl. The Thereasa community
Loral Roosevelt immediately after the The VV. M. U. met at the homeof ing the last six months of this saddened by the death of Mrs
physicians as far as Song"Round The Christmas
SEBR1NG-"Mayor M. F. Me. close of his Mrs. J. T. Guy, wife of the pastor -
term state December
present as R.
( knew year. Trlest. Sunday,
Cc hey! Mrs. Walker la the Tree"-by a little boy.
t vetoed a proponed budget or- of the Methodist Church. Aftera
1 oungtst mother on local record superintendent of public In.truc- I The prediction! of a steady egg following an Illness of two wee
ttnance which Solo Glad Christmas Bella
called for tax : --a
a city
tion. Dr. Tigert said he would take Interesting program a great she was
The child very market during the first six months "Mother" Triest. as
a boy, weighed 6 pounds
v levy of 1,700 mills. He lady.
explained young
basket of was brought'n
his duties good things born
over Jan. 6.
I was
fectlonately known
Ire did so because he believed twonew 4 3-4 ounces at birth. of 1937 is based on the expectation: Recitation-The Broken Doll-a
from members of the
gifts Jefferson but had In
it only a alight Increase In produc-
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members of the small
li city council Methodist Church and the VV. M. U. girl. In
ORANGE!: SCENT her home in Bradford for
RAVINE GARDENS!: !I OPEN tion over 1936, decreased storage
Ith will vote against the measure. Song and Drill-Christmas Bells
Mrs. Guy In her wonderful way rn''
She will be greatly
Debt service accounted for almostall PALATKA City officials announced ORLANDO-There'a a whiff of thanked every one for the thoughtfulness stocks of frozen eggs, and a strong -seven boys and elrls.DuetBethlebem's years.as she devoted mother to I
er demand than that of 1936. was a
of the proposed levy. the formal opening of the orange blossoms in items about and kindness. Star two lendin
__ ___ Egg prices this year have beenfairly family and a kind friend.
-- Ravine Gardens here Orlando: reaching Northern news- young ladles.
I Sunday. Dec- Those present were: Mrs M. L. to hand to the sick and needy n 8 I
BETTING' SETS!I RECORD ember 13, and predicted that all paper editors. A small blotter Watterson, Mrs J. W. Horne Mrs.J satisfactory stocks poultrymen.of Drill: Christmas-nine boys and as her health would permitShe
With storage poultryat
CORAL GABLES- slxty-nev-! attendance records for this famous sprinkled with orange blossom perfume P. Sullivan. J.lr8..f. A. Ward, girls.\ is survived by her hush
tourist attraction would be Is Inclosed in each envelope Mra. 1 1. H. a record level prices for poultry Bible Drill and Song-*...six girls.
ti en per cent Increase In opening day Mrs. K. B. Watterson. < In 1937 are expected to be and six children.
biokcn during the current beating the news releases. "We:8n't Miss Al- Solo: My. Old Bible- a young
season. Brown
s.3 wagering at Tropicnl Park caused Meade, Mra T. F slightly lower or at least as low as Funeral services were held
db :Many" additions and improvements send them sunshine but we ta Rhame Miss Ethel Stone Mrs
track officials to forecast the they were this year. The heavy lady.Remarks camber 14 in Hope Cemetery
I93G-37 horse racing season wouldbe lave been made in the gardens can give them an idea of how central F. W Williams, Mrs. G. P .Ray- storage stocks are the result of : the direction of the Wilson Fun|
since they cloned to the Florida smells during the winter Song-"Jesus My Saviour"
Florida's biggest In part-mutuel public last l mond Mrs. C. A. Warren Mrs. the mid-summer drought In the Home of Lake City.
S "4 play. The 15,000 persons who April and the recent cold spell fall- ," explilner: A C. Slaughter, Calvin Ha-tllne. Mrs B. Y. Saxon, Congregation. .
West, which caused poultrymen of
ids.l warmed the Gables Racing Anita- _J to harm the foliage In the ra."lr..H. I Chamber of Commerce secretary. Miss\ Miriam Guy Mrs. Z. Brown those sections to make heavy salesof Prayer. NOTICE

r cIztlon's suburban plant as the lURing tool boosters to] _.r.n end the honoree Mrs. Guy. The poultry for market. The spiritual atmosphere of the There will be a meeting Men

t tatea day season begin ieUict a profusion of flowers clur- IIDNK' LOOT next regular meeting will be held meeting was felt throughout, and afternoon In Raiford at the W
: The ratio between prices of poultry -
4, 185ninety-ai075.: : day 1 n.. the coming season I IUSSIMMEEJewels and rare at the home of Mrs. H B. Wiggins feed and poultry products Is the Christ: story In ,Christmas an told, emphasized the Whitten place at 3:30: o"Hot: 'f I

play In the 1 legalized mIOpening 1 tuels last I the Interest of the MatthewSIda
olii3 of undetermined value be- less favorable for poultrymen now
I ,
was $124OOO.FLORID P.I:SINKSS: : I.NTKKASKSJACKSONVILLE : I ---- The sponsors of the work appreciate Automatic Irrigation sys
year llevt hidden by bandits who rob- than: It was at thta time in 1933:
CARD OF THANKSWe the cooperation of the children Results of twenty expert
I I -Walter Haw"state bed the Citizens!: State Bank of St.CIud the report reveals. During mostof years
good the full
1 '. ; VS PAYROLLTALLAHASSEEA kins, I wish to thank our many parents and those who tatlon will be shown and
director of the national In March 1934, were recov- this year however the ratio
friends for the beautiful flowers helped so faithfully in
training and tails of the sytmbe !
lIMt of peron mergency!' council 2,000 i .1 'fleers to less favorable to the
reported ere by here. The loot was began grow
kind words of the
k and sympathy. carrying on program.A Real benefit I e pIled
: rn the etate piyroll laat inomplojed persons have found biulcU In a lonely woodland. Sheriff Dees. poultrymen with the rise in feed explained.
d March Children of Mri.! Elizabeth service appropriate to the In matter we feel will
their monthly bu within the
l compen- past two weeks. Inpp'rt Young TUuinH will not reveal prices In August. September and close\ of
i { atlon, his year will be held next great value to the publicF.
been!' Issued In book "
en Federal Emergency: ac- I j Arh() tipped him off to the hiding Is October.
The lady butterfly week at the
painted study hour Pound
i + QI, form here! by J. M. Itvil R.
; Comptroller 'n
1.3 Florida Hawkins said place. Some of the coins were distributed butterfly The ratio is expected: to continue A welcome
the most widely I awaits there.
{ LeeIt contains 6,096 names and busmeos In the state has shown for you J. E. SkipperH.
i r I 1ST, a among the earliest minted In In the world. In 1879 great unfavorable poultry production S. Thomps+"'n.
k'' I Pgt'll.! The payroll represented twe'lty-aovcn per rent Improveent America end others were Chinese flocks of these frail insects flew during most of the 1936-37 marketIng would also tend to Improve the ra- Matthews.A .
It was "about $1.000.000. for ''! over 1935 He said the ad. specie circulated nearly 1,000 years year If grain production In tio, the report points out. B. Z.
+ from Africa
1 41 ;, the ra.,nth, the comptroller's office -.'In'! 'itiat'on! to Nov. 20 had ali to Europe. normal With I
4 up ago. Still missing are some bonds. -- -.- 1937 la nearer causing a the ratio between turkey $6.00O expedition: once
t, wt-L CompUitlon of the Hat started 'lie: stale 972,260,435: for the -'ni about $10,000 In cash. One Motor vehicle death In the decline in feed plrces. poultrymen prices and feed unfavorable pro- made from England to C

*t. at :ifi)' mont* :,_, 'oo; ,, "In rtc if program: aad 3 7- man. Albert Croft la serving a 20- United States. In 1935 reached would be In a more favorable position duction In 1937 Is expected: to be I Africa to obtain a female
'I ;<. 'aipi ,12:119! : of this had been : for 193738. Increases In smaller, thus
X raid year prison term for the robbery their peak In October, when 3.830 effecting a rise in men: of the butterfly Druryaj
4f Je tea WM hf *\' 1 and poultry price during 1V37 price In the fill of [
anJ two others are still sought. fatalities were reported. I egg next year. macbus.BRADFORD .


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\EnlTORINCHIEFv1RGINIA FUGATE FIELD DAY Well hrrp we ate just about to Junior Class HasChristmas

JANUARY 15, 1937 pinh "OM Mr. 183B' out i.u. his PartyThe

HEMINGWAY 1. Ground Police Mr. J H .luuUu.s had their first class ,
MABTILE I Benson. OlESSOI.N! Only eight days more for him
party Thursday: night at. the homeof
EDITOR to stay with us. It seems us thoughhe
SOCIETY KILLINGSWORTH 2. Refreshments (benefit B. H. There (la a boy \la the Senior hasn't been with us more than their teacher, Mr Benson.

FIXRIED S. Athletic Ass'n.)-Mrs. Bryant class with black hair and blue six months. Just think of all the The living! room In which the -- -

EXCHANGE EDITOR Beasley. eyes He is nice looking and pleasant things that have happened during guests assembled was decorated I LAWTEY SCHOOL SCHOOL, NEWS i

MARGIE MCMILLAN 3. House Decorations-Mrs. D. ; studious and Intelligent. He his visit. I think the biggest sur- with balloons and Christmas dec- ELEMENTARY ASSF.MBLV! "i

P. Carpenter and B. H. S. Senior Is a good talker, and Is popularand prise he has experienced Is about orations. A lovely tree was in one NEWSThe I Sal--: I \

SPECIAL REPORTER Faculty. well-liked. Who Is he? Edward VIII and Wally. coiner under which were placed thepresents. 1. flag

LOIS JUDD and boys' basketballfames 2. SongUpon the House Top
4. Ushers and Guides-Mrs. T We hope that when "Mr.: 1937" girls' ,
-- EXCHANGE T. Long. SocietyMiss comes to see us he will cease all Games were played and a word! ( with Brooker scheduled! for Audience. r:

we study the more we 5. Judges. wars and make this world even contest h -ld. The winner, Vesta Friday, had to be postponed because I 3. "O Holy Night"a Pageant
'!lie more McRae, received stick of of bad weather Chorus Fifth and Sixth .
A. Academic Prof. Leon A. Edith Rowe was the visitor more pleasant to live in. a big pep- -- grade \
know of Miss Juanita Watson of Jack. permint candy. After the presents On Wednesday Dec. 18, the ReaderMargaret Monteith. I
the more we Gray General I
we. know, Supervisor. hope will him
everyone greet
The! more sonville during the week-end. were given out, delicious refrenhmenls school enjoyed an all Christmas Madonna--Doris Mae Gaffney. ,

forget, the less we 1. Primary (Grades 2, 3)) Miss Mary Edwarua spent the with smiles and be happy and were served to the program given by the third grade. I Angela--Shirley Colley and Virginia I
forget, prosperous during his with I
we sojourn
'!lie more 1. Mrs. L. H. Futch teacher Anderson.
Chairman, week-end with Rebecca Stokes of guests present. Miss Lucile Plummer h

know we know the less we forget Lawtey. Gainesville. us. -- Marlile Hemingway. All had a lovely time and are The program follows: I Shepherds -- Donald Bagwell.

The! less 2. Miss Mildred Morgan, Secretary Zell Coir.ns- neporter. -_....._ -_.._.- looking forward to having another Not Too Little To Help--Roger Bobbie McRae, Alton White, Jr. 1

the more we -Brooker. party soon. Peele Barbara Ann Plummer. I Kings (Wise MenGene Noe-
'!lie less we 3. Mra. Jeanette Klncaid Spoken English ClassIn Typing Students .-- Christmas Candles-! -Junior liar I !gel Bryant Harrell, Carl Grumpier.

knOW. ? Bradford. Receive AwardsAwards TENTH GRADE NEWS ley, Coleman Phillips, J. W. Manning Cradle Hymn--Little girls from

So- why study Christmas Program Mrs. Klncald'a .
Blotter 4. Mrs. Ida Real -- The 10 A class has missed Mrs.S. room.
The -Hampton.
Old St NlchoIMM--- J
Vero Beach School 5. Mrs. E. B. Wells-Heilbronn. In typing were given S. Dowling very much duringher Song "Jolly 4. Announcement-. Gray.

----+- 6. Miss Beverly Cady-Rising. The Spoken English Class presented Friday in assembly. The awards absence. We welcome Miss A group of girls.Christmas Jean Reddish --. j
a very Impressive Christmas Maxwell as she Is our home room Gifts-Eva HKOONIl: A NEWSMrs
for the
FOUND IN THE 2. first typist were all- .
NOT Intermediate (Grades 4, 5,6)) year Ernestine Moore. Mary Rosier.
DICTIONARYBanana 1. Mrs Floy Sullivan program Thursday afternoonIn ver pins. The awards for second teacher during her absence! We Biggs, I'
the auditorium. After finishing our weeks work,
1 Peel-Food article that -Hampton. year typist were gold pins. all hope to see Mra. Dowling backIn I
Pageant: our teacher told ua the Woman'sClub
A Christmas poem "Once More school after the Christmas holi
r brings the weight down. 2. Mrs. Eunice Searing Secre- was read by Doshla Smith. The boy having the highest record days. Mary-Maybelle. was sponsoring a show "Lit'

DiplomatMan who remembers tary-Bradford. -Bill Long --29 net word per ....--- Wise Men-Bruce Crawford I tie Men." and that each of us could
but not her Members of the Latin I Class minute. The girl having the high Howard .
i woman's birthday, 3. Mrs. Russell Nor m a n- Answer to Guess' Again Doyle Starling, Thompson go-If we carried an old or new
used to make oth- sang "Adeate Fldcles. eat recordDelores Bloodsworth- Prevail
age Etc Sign Brooker. Arlie Sponholtc. Songs-Evelyne Betty ,
ers believe you know more than 4. Harriet Benson read "A Christ- 28 net words per minute. Clara Phipps Christine Cutshaw, Lillian I toy.We are very happy to have this) .,
Mrs. Blanche Edwards mas Hymn." Flume (began typing 6 weeks late) Frigo Allen and Estelle Austin.
you do. Xmas trait. We thank the club
Lawtey. runs close second with 26 1.2 net Three Students Win
Clara Mae
Horrible Example-Any problem The concluding number was a Play Ing-- Harley. very much.

mathematics. 5. Mrs. Carlie Faulkner-New pageant, "The First Christmas." A words per minute. They receivedthe Citizenship PrizesThe Immediately following this pro- I This la our first show this year.

animal that can River. dim light revealed Mary Joseph silver pins gram, the P. T. A, held their All of us will attend.

ManThe skinned more only than once. 6. Miss Mary Faulkner Van- and the manger on the stage. As Typing II Citizenship prizes in the 7th monthly meeting and discussed I We had our Xmas tree party

be Science-The science of derbilt. the chorus sang "Away In a Man- Mildred Brown and Audrey Polk B room were awarded Friday De- I Christmas plans. ', Monday afternoon What a happy,

Political affairs. 3. Junior High (Grades 7, 8, 9)) ger," the shepherds appeared tied in Typing II with 42 net words cember 18th.Garland Mr. Lonnie Futch spent the time we had!

i Interfering In public 1. Mrs. Verna Demorest, Chair. bearing gifts which they kneel- per minute. They received the gold week-end in Lawtey with Mrs. -
Method of Godwin the first
Strategy ( military)- I won ;
man-Bradford. ing, left before the Babe, and tooka pins. Futch. S II NKWHMr
jot letting enemy know you are i 2. Mrs. Emma Hill, Secretary- Dorothy Green, won the second; Mrs. Hill spent the week-en In I
continuing position of worship on the stage. Those with honorable mention Bertlce Silcox won the third. *.. Roberts, TeacherWe
of ammunition by
out I Lawtey. The wise men appeared In single 'making from 22 to 25: net words Tallahassee, visiting with her son rrallsa that It Is more blessed f fI
firing 3. Mrs. Mae Perkins-- The following scroll was presented L. H. Hill. Jr. '
minute to give than to receive and so
who have nothIng file on the stage as the chorus per are:
SocialistsMen with the : I
classes have
Bradford. Jewell GnsHett 23 net. All the English we> have selected four first grade
sang "We Three Kings of Orient ,
and want to divide It with you. 4. Mrs. Dorothy Hall-Brooker. Are." Kneeling on both knees they Janie Mae QUlules-22 net. To you, I present this Citizenship written Invitations to their parentsto pupils whom we desire to make) .
ZebraHorse with stripes used 5. which Is given as a reward of attend the P. T. A. on "
Mrs. Thelma MyersHampton. presented their gifts and took Loyree I'hilllpll-23 net. prize meeting! I happy by giving them fruit nuts
to Illustrate the letter Z. merit. You have earned It by re- the sixteenth At this meeting the
their places on the stage. Mary Wiggins-23 net. and candy. We have gotten our
Highlights, 6. Mrs. Lubedia Johns-Hell- Roswell Noegel-25 net. 1 calving I the greatest number of secretary read the note of thanksthe nuts and most of our fruit and] J

Delray Beach. bronn. The candlebearers appeared the Those with honorable mentions I stars In the Seventh B Grade over children wrote to me i'. 'r. A. hope to have each Xmas box com
first in white the
second In blue
B. Athlellc-Prof. L. M. Spon- bearing red and white candles In Typing II making from 37 to 40 Ia period of four months!, each of thanking them for the many thingsthat pleted by Monday.We .

8\NTA CLAUS LETTERSDear holtz. general supervisor. as words per minute are: which stars stands for some voluntary they have done for them during have made Christmas booklets -
) Santa Claus: the chorus sang 0 Come All Ye '
performance that has made this term. They have bought
1. Basketball. Ethel Taylor-40 net. Illustrating six: of the moat
Please send me a date on (;hrlst.mas 1. Misa!: Lucille Plummer, Chair Faithful. Ella Mae Manning-38 net. our Seventh B a happier class about 100 new books, pencil sharpeners popular Christmas Carols, and cop-!
Eve with some one who lives I man-Lawtey. They Joined the shepherds and Lois Judd --38 net. Each of these stars stands for and supplies to keep the led and learned the first stanca of

about 26 miles south of here. I'd wise men, forming a semi-circle some service rendered which acts medicine chest always ready for
I 2. Miss Melva Crosby, Secretary Inus Prescott-38 net. each carol. &
lira like a visit In Palatka after -Rising. around the manger; and all sang have not only benefited the groupas use. They furnish transportation One story we enjoyed r most Is)

Christmas. And please, Santa, tryto 3. Miss Earnestine Buddington "Joy to the World." WHAT MOULD HAPPEN IF- a whole. but have also encouraged and nursing services for a free the one about Zeke a colored boy '

send me a check to cover the -Bradford. At the conclusion all knelt on We didn't have a speed test In the traits of unselfishness, clinic for school children. Last and who says "Little Black Boys like

expenses of the Junior-Senior banquet 4. Miss Neta Dean-Brooker. one knee and sang "Silent Night"In typing every day? thoughtfulness and leadership most Important of all to the children trains the same aa If they wins '

5. Miss Lucille Kennedy chorus. Frances Peek wasn't Interestedin which will leave lasting! Impressionupon they plan a treat and a Christmas white after enjoying the story

Your sincere friend, Hampton. I Silence followed this very touch a Gainesville boy? your own character. tree and Santa himself to be we made Zefc

Frances Peek. 2. Baseball: ing scene as each of us thought of Some body didn't write up Signed there. We ant also thinking of Santa, .

1. Mr. Bryant Beasley Chairman the first Christmas and what It "What Would Happen If and "We Mrs. R. F. Demoreat Carl Edwards, of the first grade. and hone he remembers each one III

Dear Santa -Lawtey. means to us. Wonder Why. Teacher. Is out of school because of Illness. of us on Christmas. '

Please send me someone tall 2. Miss Kitty Hogsed Secretary Margaret Futch and Rufus Pre- I We have a beautiful Xmas tree '

I dark and handsome to escort me -Bradford. vatt of the second grade, are III. which we, the pupils decorated.We .

to the Sub-Deb buffet supper that 3. Mr. H. B. Wiggins-Heil m LOflID .fI1 'Q. .. l..h-l1N mii' Bobby Plummer of the fifth shall have our Christmas party
ve are going to have during the bronn. .. grade IK out of school with the next Tuesday.We '

holidays I also want another permanent 4. Mr. Arthur McRae-Rising. mumps. miuln calendars a* gifts for .

wave after the one I have '. Mrs. Edna Prevatt-Brooker. ; The sixth grade has finished our mothers '

[ paws out. And please also send 3. Broad Jump: 4.a' 5 "VZCAVAAMEWGA'S : booklets on "wheat" and are workIng ,

Be a big box of chocolate covered 1. Mr. G. E. McGauley- Chair A ,M on their Christmas booklets. I I 7th grade to go hunting. Ws know

cherries. man-Brooker. { We are tending the story of Christ I. that he enjoyed It but we did not :

Love to and each nee what he ate for lunch today (
you and Mrs. Claus 2. Miss Lillie McRae, Secreta- showing pictures day. '
'Miss) Lillian Stump.BIOGRAPHY ry-Lawtey. MOSr AMGM&i.V1SCAYA Some of the rooms are beautifully I We are glad to have Ovid Futch

-.- ,, decorated for ('hrl tmall. We bark with u 3. Mr. W. S. Sibley- Graham
OF have put much time and work on The fourth grade Is writing sto-1
I 4. Mr. E. W. Wilkinson Van-
MYRTICE KILLINGSWORTH I derbilt. our eighth grade room und 1 think [ rlen about the birth of Christ. The : I

Myrtice that it look with the ( story fn this week's wa r
Killlngsworth, the oldest I 5. Mrs. Eva AndersonBrad H 4 ,fti ,A rrrM1'y lovely PIC" paper "
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. r lures paper chains, red berries I written bY Blllv Burnev.j \
ford. .
Kllllngsworth was born In Geor- and greens. that m not nony for we. 'j The sixth grade* Is studying the
4. Race ( Judges Hi-Jump
pa i October 26, 1917. I and I know too much to cut down our' | birth and life of Christ Next

When Myrtice was but seven pull-ups) holly trees. j week we will make a booklet on :
chair- I
1. Mr. Harmon Morgan,
Weeks old her parents moved to I Betty Phillips, Reporter. 'I thin subject. We already have a
Tampa, Florida where they resided Sec- I large pOliter of pictures, to !go with '
2. Grace
Mrs. Wainwright
for six years. I Santa Claus lit Coming/ It and we also have a poster of the
retary-Bradford. Old Santa Claus Is Wise Men.
ilyrtlce'a coming--
started in
parents her
3. Mr. H.C. Brown-New River I
"hool at I. I met him on the road.
age but they Futch.- Wood- I
Mr. Melvin
had a difficult time because shed 4. lIe's driving eight swift reindeer Nanttt/s On) HIM Way

not like to lawn. I And be brings a mighty load Wake up folks, Santa Claus la
Myrtice was unfortunate In 5. Mr. Harry Sapp-Heilbronn 1 I Of candy, nut and toys coming I }
GuthrleLaw t
her sixth 6. Miss Gladys i For all good girls and boys. He's on his way. .
year school. She be-
:sore ill which tey. By Gladys Garrett Oth Grade Bringing the toys that brings
compelled her to dla- '
continue C. Spelling Matches-Supt. A. I the Joy,
school for almost two
)rears J. Griffis. Ralph Darley took time from the To all good glrla and boys.
D. Recitation, Declamationto II I

lice Regardless has made of her her obstacles grades and Myr-Is ( 5.be Compilations announced later-).Executive 9, I i Beta Club Organized; Santa wanders my house from your houseto

taw> 4I' aa
going Officers
,1 ElectedThe
through her senior a
year. Committee, C. M. Howard, chair- And creeps In quiet as a mouse.Bringing' .
She is treasurer of the Commer- cWelfrYMraM! !' 7jyEGUEaIaMfS Dft 1
;at.'MeJ4NFWf / the I
lei. t, man. S7fY.rr toys that brings the
;tub and also treasurer of the 7. Supervisor all Indoor Activi I Bradford High School has Joys. ;

Honorary She Beta Club. ties-Prof. Leon A. Gray. Ii organized a National HonoraryBeta : To all good girls and boys.

has many friends, although Amendment to Rules i Club. The club In the B. K. By Margaret E Manning.A '

nag a temper she strives tot 1. Music memory contest will meaning Beta Kappa. "The purposes -

''autrol* < She tries to be cour- count toward Individual awards of this organization shall tie Story About Jeans I

nt M polite and friendly to every- but does 'not count toward the the promotion of scholastic excellence Jesus was born In Bethlehem In b

Sh. school award. i and the cultivation of the u. manger. King Herod sent the

'III 11 rivi feet and four Inches 2. All ties not breakable shall iI I ideals of loyalty courage three Wine .Men to Bethlehem to;!
neighs one hundred and have all contested points equally and leadership" among ) nee where Jesus Wall born. The,'

Pounce and is very attractive. divided among the tieing contest students WiNe Mm followed the star In the,

Her. greatest ambition Is to ants. Mr. Walter field East In the place where it stopped.jand {,
:? .
** ... reprell'ntatlve.//
.b, '-ollege and major in Eng- 3. In Recitation and Declamation here thin they found the Baby. They|

each school may select Its own past knelt down and worshipped him :
Her favorite f.CN'f :1f0 rlaE meeting was held and Virginia and him rich The Wise
means of recreation : MRar gave gifts. )
I subject. : irots'I
basketball swimming and 4. Program and other officials sr tru Mfat1/ Fugnte was. elected president, Ethel I Men dt"ptu1eeJIJ didn't go back.,.
Taylor vice :, VfirHnMKIHIngiiworth. '
'ovingpictures. I announcednext I. president the same road they came They
will be '
and assistants commonly called the Dcerinjr an atmosnhpre of nri"zinf luxury and! treasurer:and Rotw I did not tell King Herod where the

TR.IN $CIJEIJLE week. ,.' .' .. I Mae Rowe secretary. The offi- Herod J
5. Relay races will be run on a Estate. with its elaborate series of -.l' /,1 f" A .M. !/ .An mvof wish / Baby was. Later. King
cers to make a successful
be straight fountain 1.000) trr.lred nr'i'nns. snnc f'UHpr heard how the men had mocked[ ,\
race track which shall formal and tropical gardens. I s j club with the
of the
lie cooperation 'I I
him. Ha bad In Bethlehem
j Wn '''
'I't killed. An told Jo"-
nrri I angel ,
"na I
trains win runs as follows: the exact center thereof; starting the> P.omfln I'rd q'n'latign rPn1- .,.....n ngrtlnnern T"j.,1 Ii """1''' t'reel ) I The following members were given eph to take Mary and Jesus into)

Southbound line shall be set at an angle to prep r"1- /-", .1n r"nnnt/nn.'a: nnn,e 14'inr. pn9tr a certificate as charter membersof '
tore The for he would be safe there.
\ and each team ,t"n"p""r ln"">ne ( ". ....r,1 ... ..... I Egypt
distances "
Due equalize ; et'lnh' WMor It "b1'11t R IHj""q of ,1. the club: Marllle Hemingway, Billy Burney 4th Grade.

I \ t, Due Starke 11:31: P.M. shall draw for position.Respectfully Iv pf'ures"Trw'h"n.. millis ,..,. Tie. h'''ngnme n1hn r"1-h,," f..,>*.. Klorled and Myrtice Kllllngsworth --- ----- ';
Stark 4:58 P.M. rMrtr"q, (
167. 'Due : submitted 1(1'1 nrn..nrtin.. n'." o"q. "ISlTlt "r the fronl" nrn .n halt". Lois Moore Oleta Smith. Hilda I COURT SUIT uuorren ;

3-Pi-Due Starke Starlte 9:56::: A.M. Executive Committee .fw.lfE',1 e'inrn A.priC""r1n"..Pt',1f. 7nelan lift: ,' Hp" rt" so, ream rapt !Crp'r'= '. top Wyrlck. Irene Davis. Virginia and TAMPA Court proceedings,
10:39: P.M. Clyde M Howard, Ch'm'nRE J'rlm: its hrrn.l"rrpne9 ... Katie Fugate ROMa Mae Rowe i
An- !
Xorthoound .. .. eli I...nenof ..r. "Irv r.trpl' hpt n t1n (1",1' unno nf against the Great Atlantic and Pa-
., r"t' II
.. .. nf }rf", ell Futch
+ 'pre ""r"r..P T', Roswell Noegel, Grace cine Teas company were called 'off]
a .. h"jU" snsn rynrrrnnne r'ane !!. nv nrn.oit
--Due Starke 5:05: A.M. WOSDEH11\ flip eefPf inn n. Mw 't""n' .. r"r rn"h %q in ,11'\".. ..f nr pr.l hnvn1ran Ii Arwood, Arthur Swanbom, Ethel by Comptroller J. M. Lee when the' i *"

'," 18Due Starke ": Ar.r.:: The Juniors and Seniors had a I Ararat' 1mnt.hlp"" bAI"' i"., Pfq rid or p'ilnlpn" nirl, .......'4 Ton"nh Taylor. Virginia Alvarea.: Marie company presented him a check,f I
VtaL0"6 Starke ;S P.-I.: party on the same night. ,IFPni' .'n",pf"fi/'ln a"(1 1I"'p "1< ., Tyson Jack Underhill and Margie for $02.000 in the ) ; ?
: so ,rnntnrPatrnrnly lIgk ,i" the t'pr of flip rlnwPrfn I
The Senior party broke up white Qtnnnn p"tl' a,nrn p McMillan. said another check was In themaJl&
Wan" the t '
Branch 'hl..I"( l't.,1 -I" r"r10 n ''-nq
.lalLeavee n.' Ite nri..Il' inner Each member has been cooperal- The suit charged the company -;
Starke 7KX: A. M. early. 1I"'PClHn'' .. "- ft fJnftriwf"1" .."' .. rats \t.'Cii; TI'-.
third errppv
Arrives Billy Long looks forward to 'l a...I'p" lnli' nfnr I IIP { lung with the others and we plan to with failing to pay taxes un-
Starke 1:50 P. M. /'II".t.. pin" P9 .. ?
miss -' fr -Tl have r "nr? awPPf I:
Daily when Katie happens to ._ .. 'a ) 1o'h; rnnhrrt A organize a club that the students der the chain store tax law. Fire '
except period tI'
Sundays. +rP nn .. aAfirr rrr.,1 CrnnOlt.s11 ,ins f. tI"P I of Bradford
.nnq. i? 1nra "p-r High School can carryon other eases were also withdrawn
classes. 4In pmnh
... ,T. J. GRIFFIN. Ressle Colson likes) to visit Brad- vlel it thrnl?'h ....,ohinae' ",.r1 ,.,.. -5 mo.+ inlpr/lnn' I n1 to he exotic through their school term be- with the statement that the coin ,'

S I4te bUdget .- with i} n?1srrli'1 fu r.MWM Y .. 1. .....I <.. r'. ,f,'" ,-aui It is an h'>nor to belong to panics Involved had paid or were ,'
f _....,... r .bP r. p
t Ueeds $10.000.000 officers say Okla- WlUis8Smith bad a flat tire after j nn ..,...nan r I> this club. ready to pay.
( ) for a bulldtnatitutions.-
for slate the League party.


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: 'H' "" '' 1 1V. M. S. Enjoys Annual Mr. and Mrs. Darby of August A. D. 1929, hail filed Mine) Mr. and Mrs.-J -L- -
I .In my office' and bait made application Hair <,?f i," .
I Christmas Party I Will) Celebrate Golden I. for a tax deed. to be l issued sonville and James "
Hoping ,
i' thereon Said certificate embraced v h,
f3 't'"i Mrs. T. J Griffin, Mrs. B. M. Wedding Anniversary: Book Review the the( following County' ,of dexcrlbed Bradford,property state of In I a student at Emory (', n,i,,;:. ",,

: 11 DCICj I Montgomery and Mrs. W. E Mid- Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby will Florida, towltNorthWeot : : the holiday guests of in: ,,n1", :

I dleton were Joint hostesses Friday celebrate their golden wedding an- of Section Quarter 14 of, Township SouthE.u.tl.l"arter 7 I F. C. Hollingsworth
I afternoon at a Christmas party for niversary with a series of informal Mouth' Range, 20 East, containing
--- ---- -- 40 acres more or less ...
-p '
members of the Woman's Missionary entertainments, at their home here. f -
j Many Respond To Brinson-Brownlee I Society of the Methodist Friday, Dec. 25: Mr and Mrs. DRUM'S' ALONG THE MOHAWK' The' under aaaencment the uaU l of certificate.the aatd, Issued property The average American h :??. I ls. v

Christmas PlayI Mrs S. S. Brinson of Bainbridge, I church, this pretty affair being giv- Darby will be hosts at a family (Review by Miss Florence Wood Borst) wan In the name of W P. BY.d. artificial lights seven hour" '.,
L other en at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. dinner Twenty five children, When pretty Magdalena Unless said certificate hall b. redeemed v
I r' Methodist Ga., announces the engagement Gilbert Martin according I to law, the property during December, and OIK ..,
of the stalwart I ,,
'' I As pastor in-laws will be married :
and .
I. i daughter, Mamie Heinley, to J. Griffin. grandchildren, described therein I will be cold. and one-half
i i' jthanks to who In any way John Milton Brownlee, son In the astern part of the Mo- door on the firm Monday In June
thrown home
everyone and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee of Starke. floor were ensuite and lavIshly Mr. and Mrs. Darby celebrate.Mr. the month of February, 1936. which
t t ;, ''j Inelped to make the Christmas play will be event of decorated with holly and and Mrs. Darby will receive hawk Valley for their cabin near In the let day of February 1936.
The marriage an --
Dated this Z2nJ of December.. -
:{ t ll','".( I l' a success last Sunday night. We Saturday afternoon, December 26, polnsettlaa. A beautifully lighted very informally Sunday afternoonat Deerfleld she was prepared to 19SS. day
I;I'! j, .'1 'I"" are all very grateful to Mrs. E. L. at four o'clock in the First Bap- Christmas tree added to the charm tea for Mr. Daroy'a relatives, meet the usual hardships of pioneer (OFFICIAL SEAL)
rl", ';, : I Matthews for directing It. A good tist Church at Bainbridge. of the room on this festive occa- and Monday afternoon Mrs. Dar- life. But she got more than she ex- A. J THOMAS CHRISTMASDAY
)'I'j 4'':"' I :',"i rowd was present and! many have slon. by's relatives will call to pay their pected. Her life story from 1776 i.k of Circuit Courtof

; ?:,1 a f pressed themselves to me as toi White Mrs. Charlie Johns Mrs. J. The following program was an- respects. to 1781 Is a thrilling one. Inter- Bradford, County Florida
!ri ',\\i d Vj/jjnow much they enjoyed it. and Mrs T. T. woven in the colorful fabric ol 12-2VU-1-22
I W. White Mr. nounced by Mrs. Montgomery: I carried out in decorating the Dar-
il t \" \s,'t'1" Aboute one-third of the member Long, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter "County Gardens," a piano solo by; by home for these affairs. these annals are the variegated
,! )Yi''. :\\11', hip have responded to this Christmas Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon, Tommy Ritch; "Cbrl tmu Cheer, The Christmas motive will be car threads of slavish work necessary
:i '! program with an offering of Mrs. Emma Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. a recitation by Marjorie Sue Mid- The children and grandchildren to wrest from the forests ground

,. ;It ,!j 13000, and more gifts are being L. F. Smith Miss Ruth Simpson dleton; "Christmas Star," a read- will assist Mr. and Mrs. Darby in for the planting of crops, devasta-
''i .fiJ y,'Iurned In each day. Mrs. Maud Fields, Miss Hazel Ad- I ing by Miss Marjorie McMillan; caring for their guests. tion caused by the Destructives,
,! y white
', '! /, The following have responded up kins, Carl Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. "Silent Night," a duet sung by Mrs. Mrs. Darby was formerly Miss bands of savage Indians of the
!''I I.. i,"'::0 this time: Mr and Mrs. T. J. Matthews, Mr. E. K. Perryman, A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. H. B. Mc- Ida Lee Wolf of Macon County, Ga. Tories, the frequent WE SAY \\II///
""j i : '.';Griffin Miss Annie Darby, Miss Steve Weldon, Miss Amy Coburn. Lendon. I, She Is an active worker In the I muster-drums, long tedious hoursIn :

.iJ.F rI j Virginia Maxwell, Miss Carol Mr. J. H Fields Jessie Mae Byrd, After the program the guests Baptist Church and has been presi- the forts where women and and children the- MERRY CHRISTMASand
;r ; \\f Ij./bite. Mrs. C. O. Searing, Mrs T. Rebecca Simpson, Jerome Johns played a game called "A Snowball dent of the Woman's Missionary were taken for safety, .
Ii \It, {t'' \ ilson, Miss Ruby LI 1 ley, Mr. and Lyle Anderson Hazel Fields, Mr. Race," which caused much amuse- Society for several years and at horrible deeds of scalping parties.The
I I.' \ re. E. L. Matthews, Emmett Per- and Mrs. L. A. Davis, Esther Simpson ment. the present time holds that office characters are the simple,

: ;i "'. (f ,.yman, Nettle Dowling, Leonard Mary Weldon Mrs. Pearl, A pleasant surprise came when Mr. Darby is a prominent business plain people of dally life, heroic When, Prosperous New YearTo
industrious, and capable.
; ''. h ,.mlth, Mrs. Bertha Pearce Miss Simpson, Wanda Pearce. Shirley Mrs. A. Wood, president of the W. man of Starke and has been
"' :'I' ijl I(;'? Mra-Mna): Pesrce, Billy Smith Mr. Montgomery Garnita Hutto, Mrs.E. M. S., gave Mrs. Montgomery a a leader- of- this- community for they new tired of deferring had: to a i iI I

\\1',t1l "I' l,. nd Mrs. W. A Bessant, Mrs. N. F. K. Perryman Mr. and Mrs. A. F beautiful painting the work ot many years. He was reared In Mc- I central government that no our friend and
L;. I'I''! Mrs. B. M. Montgomery Sauls, Mrs S. S. Dowling, Mr. and Mrs C. L. Stockwell, as a gift from clenny and moved his family to ability to manage their affairs many customers -
1 ),; r fvjuilfoid. Mrs. L. D. Vining, Miss Mrs J. W Ritch, Mr. and Mrs. L. the Society.In Starke in 1902. they asserted their independence,, who by their patronage
'. uth Johnson, Mr. W. P. Smith C. Prescott, Mrs. H. V. Knight, won a decisive battle with a depleted have
1\/\ ; t i the gaily decorated dining The friends of Mr. and Mrs. made the past year a success -
'I/r, ;'.,.( ) 'omer Perryman, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- Mrs. W. E. Middleton Marjorie room tea and coffee served force restored their ruin-
were wish
to for
Darby congratulate themon us. We
;"' JU '::r : J 3 ins, Mills Amelia Ray, Miss Olive Sue Middleton. From a long table covered with a their and ed homes, planted new crops and hope have
long married
i-\ I I'tay' Mrs. N. T. Ritch and happy laid the base of a great community the pleasure of nerving
J sons
,. '. I wish to thank each ,of you for handsome Irish lace cloth and centered (life. you
'" :,, I s ; ;baron Hall, Miss Etholln White your gift to the church. by an artistic arrangementof again In the coming year

.y r .,ii ,. Florence Wood, Marvin Mont- B. M. Montgomery poinsettias and greenery cover- GUM BRANCHMiss The plot is not a complicated one. L. J. GREEN Owner
'i" PUs ed with It ia, rather a series of events occurring GREETINGSFROM
Olin White Mr. Olin Pastor of Methodist Church. an imitation of snow. At
1 bme!>, Mrs. one end of the table Mrs. Carrie Elizabeth Harnage Cor. against the background of

Ritch poured tea and at the other the Mohawk Valley. The style, like
.'I. end Mrs. H. B. McLendon Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and the subject-matter is straightforward GREEN'SSTORE
], coffee. The hostessts served poured children of the State Farm spent and appealing. Because the E. K. PERRYMAN
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Felix author has made a painstaking research -
dainty course, and the favors
i ANOTHER YEAR were novelty flowers and holly Sapp. I among the documents relat-
berries tied with a red ribbon. Miss Annie Mae Harnage is ing to the happenings of this vicinity -- -"- ..... .----...
spending a few days with Mr. and his narrative the honesty

1 I' i E(( i1IIAS W. M. U. Meeting Mrs.section.J. B.. M. McRae of Pine Level of history. This Is an interesting grace distinctive flowers I
story, well worth the time
;1, ALMOST G 0 N E BY AND At Church :MondayThe anyone
to it. cherry at herschel
C. Sapp of Jacksonville is may give
}; Il,1 AGAIN I HAVE ENJOYED SERVING business and program meet- spending a while with his parents, Jacksonville I

,I i YOU IN MY OFFICIAL CAPA- ing of the Baptist W. M. U. was Jr.. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. CARD OF THANKS phone 7-2129
held at the church Monday afternoon Miss Dorothy Norman spent the We wish to thank the many mart center pieces unusual corsages
r CITY AS YOUR CLERK OF THE at three o'clock. week-end with her grandparents, :: friends and relatives for their kind flowers for gifts I

) The devotional was led by the Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae of Pine assistance during the death and
bereavement of our son, husband,
president, Mrs. A. M. Darby. The Level section.
Ii I! DE OF ANY ASSISTANCE TO YOU, program was In charge of the Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams of and brother, M. D. Harrell. We FLOWERS AS NEAR TO YOU

: Young Matron's Circle Mrs. E. W Jacksonville were guests of Mr. are especially grateful to those for AS YOUR TELEPHONE
I PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CALL ON Hayes, leader. The topic for the and Mrs. J. S. Sapp recently.Mrs. the flowers. We want to thank
Dr. Goode of Alachua and Dr. I FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J
ME. afternoon was "The Kingdom of Louise Denmark of St.
s I God is Maine of Gainesville for their g
Peace" Augustine is
;' spending a while with ALL ORDERS FILLED
} WITH THIS THOUGHTI Reports were read from officers her parents, Mr and Mrs. J. S. faithful service. ARTISTICALLY-ECONOMICALLY
and committees and Mrs. W.
the following Sapp. M. Harrell !
officers were elected for 1937; Mr. and Mrs. Ancll Norman were And Family PROMPTLY

i A MERRY CHRISTMAS President Mrs. A. M. Darby; 1st guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman Mrs. M. D. Harrell, MRS. L. G. POWELL, Starke
Vice President Mrs. W. J. Epper- Sunday. And Children.
I son; 2nd Vice President Mrs. H. L. Mr. and Mrs. >Leroy Norman ,
Brownlee -...... -,- -''-.---
ff AND FOR MYSELFI ; Secretary Mrs. J. H. spent Sunday, with Mr. and Mrs. NO''If"1O or. APPLICATION .
Lord; Treasurer Mrs G. W. Al- J. S. Sapp !; Foil' TAX DICED
WISII A CONTINUANCE derman; Circle Leader No. I, Mrs.L. Mr. and Mrs. Tate Alvarez spent NOT1CK( IS HEREBY GIVEN 18.'H That
I ) tl tly G. Powell; Leader No. 2, Mrs. Sunday with Mr.. and Mrs. H. L. W. a Edmondxon, holder of Tax I TAKE THIS MEANSOF
? OF OUR VERY J. M Brownlee; Young Matron's Edwards.. Certificate No. 77, Issued the 6th day

Mrs, Darby appointed the following S. E. MOTT

r committee chairmen: Enlistment Sarah E. Mott was born In Columbia MANY FRIENDS

Mrs. H. L. Brownlee; Or- County February 25: 1856
'! A. J. THOMAS phanage, Mrs. F. F. Flume; Young and passed away-at her home in THROUGHOUT
People, Mrs. H. T. Hall Jr.; Personal Brooker, Dec. 10, 1936. I
Service, Mrs. Darby; Mar- She was married to Caleb Motton MARRY QffllST/145
CLERK CIRCUIT COURT garet Fund Mrs J. E. Wilson; Sept. 28, 1873, and to them were THE MERRY CHRISTMASYOU
BRADFORD CO. FLORIDA Stewardship, Mrs. W. J. Epperson. born eleven children of whom seven fl t

y, o Mrs S. E. Sparks will be the are surviving:, Mary Mott Sam I
n leader of the Girl's Auxiliary and Mott and Mrs. C. S. Kelley of

3 1f Doris and Fannie Silcox will be Brooker, Mrs. B. H. Conerley of SO RICHLY DESERVE
y L leaders of the Sunbeams. Okeechobee Flat; Mrs L. W. Sow- I
Names were drawn for the circles ell of Mlcanopy B. W. Mott of
,, _-a:. a list of which will be given Alachua; and Mrs. Olga Prevatt of CHARLEY E. JOHNS
later. Valdosta Ga. $I

1'Adi! For many years Mrs. :Mott was a
4 Christmas PartyThe help to her community by lendinga ... ----------

i '' '1'' ? WE WISH OUR MANY FRIENDS helping hand wherever needed WISHING ALL, A --------..----.-:.
d ti
Y. W. A. of the Baptist and .
by sharing her blessings with ,
Church had a Christmas party others. MERRY CHRISTMASAND .
AND CUSTOMERS it Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clock at :
She \
was a member of the PrimItive ANEW
the home of Mrs. G. W. Alderman. I
Baptist Church for many
Miss Beatrice Moseley was the hos- years and was noted for her activity YEAR OF

tess for this delightful occasion. in the church as well as among I
The home was decorated with the sick. HEALTH HAPPINESSAND

roinsettiaa and cut flowers the Funeral services were conductedat PROSPERITYA.
Christmas colors being artistically Elders I
Chapel Friday Dec. 11,
carried out in every detail. The with the Reverend Bob Dukes of-

i y I main attraction was the beautifully ficiating.Pall I
decorated Christmas tree.
bearers were T. M. Markee, J. GRIFFISSUPT. I
Mrs. Orle Wiggins acting as San
Purvis Hazen. Clyde Kelley. G. B.
ta Claus presented each guest witha Colson, L. L. Parker and Mr. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION EA SON5
novel gift. CREETiNG ,
Heartley of Alachua.
The prize for the "Christmas
Tree" contest was won by Misses I I
it: Ensle Coleman and Beatrice Mose- WE ASSURE YOU IT HAS BEEN A PLEASURE FOR US TO I

ley. :Mrs. Leon Alvarez won the HELP YOU TO LOOK YOUR LOVELIEST DURING THF j


The hostess served a tempting
salad course to her guests t. BEAUTY SALON .'flerr
P,i1F't --?. OF THE WORLD'S GREATEST : ..'----.-..-.-.----.-.-... ----....

2R Notice of Preaching: CrusadeA ,_._,--------,_._------,--- -

meeting of the International
\ Preaching Crusade of evangelism COMiCSEVERY

l will be held at the Methodist!

A / |I 1 I tth This is an Interdenominational -
meeting and all churches of ,
the county arc urged to attend. TAMPA TINESI
tMERRY f CHRISTMAS The Rev. Walt Holcomb General I
Representative will be the speaker

'' rP : and conductor of the meeting Exciting! .... I
Book Club to Meet Interesting! : 1 I

t1 ,
The Book Review Club will meet .. Entertaining! 'f'tll ,
Thursday night, January 7th at I a I I. ,
r + 4 We Wish to Thank You for the (:enerou 7:30: o'clock at the home of Dr. '.. *>" JC'{ I Ii e
and Mrs. II B. :McLendon.:! Mrs. i
; L. F. of the State Farm :: DONT MISS w! ;.1:
Patronage You Have Given Us and Hope to Chapman ..J iI
; ..ti, ; will' review "The Last Puritan" by THESE //1-11
Continue to Give Honest Values Dollar and I
ft Still Santayana Mrs. Edward NEW YEARAS
;, Burns will give an account of I
7 j for Dollar during the Year 1937. Madame Tous a.lnt'Veddln& SEE YOUR LOCAL TIMES


guests tomorrow Mr, and Mrs. L (I. PZ..Iee) ilk WKKKLY6.Tc
"ALEXANDER & COMPANY, N. Sigma. of Social Circle. Ga. MONTHLY 6.Tc MONTHLY

Mr and Mrs. W O. Huff, of Atlanta 9 e-oo YHAKLT 97.80 YEARLY MR. GREEN
? 'i B K. VHrliOV&KI, MLutrgern Ga. Mr and Mrs. L G. i AND MRS. LEX

Knight, of Jacksonville. 'i -0- ..... __ ... ...- ..._ -

,., --- ", .., ,-,, ----.. ., "",.,..'..., ..."" ,._.."_' ... -.....,.-"-,- ._-"", "---.'. -..-....."..,....-".".".,".",.. ," -.jJ r .. .... .. , ,'..c..u<",,",-,

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: 23, 19S6Bits
--. .
Kitty -
Hogsed left
Friend of
Miss Sara Barefootwill Mrs. GV Alderman will haveas S. L. Peek of
for Miami to Montgomery Alais
spend the holl- Invention
I Jays with relatives. be pleased to learn that she her guests for the holidays Dr. spending the holidays here with I Brings Joy

of Is Improving after undergoing an and Mrs. S. P. Vandivlere and son, his family. To Women Who Iron

Mrs. E. and operation for appendicitis last Pitner, of Uriah, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. ,
S. Matthews .I... H. week.
B. McLendon spent G. C. White, and daughter, Fran- Merrill Strutli of homestead Is Drudgery Atxillnhcd by Use of }Ii
Jacksonville.Mrs. Tuesday in ces, and Mr G. W Alderman, all the holiday guest of his parent. Wonderful Iron I .
cal NevbI Mrs. L. A. Canova has Just been of Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth. /'., ,r

L named on the state finance committee -- --.-- Women everywhere are praising ,
I, L. O Hazen and daughter, of the Alumnae Association The Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Mont Miss Miriam Jacobs of Jacksonville this wonderful Iron with which they I

CONCERNING; OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND : E.Minnie McKinney Lou, were last guests of.Mrs. A. of the l"lorldlState Woman- a Col gomery and children are spend Is upending the holidays here- do their Ironing in leA than half .;
Thursday.Judge lege. '
ing Christmas in Punta Gorda the time-without drudgery-with-
OP THE COUNTY AND TOWN with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.
PROGRESS with Mrs. Montgomery's slater and Jacobs out spoiling the clothes and at al- ,,'
A. Z. Adklns. Miss Lola Miss Isabel Fernandez, who Is a brother-in-law, the Rev. and Mrs. mat: no expense. 1
Adkins and Miss Hazel Adklns teacher In Havana, Cuba, arrived E. L. Holliday. Mr. and :'Mra. -----
I Mrs. Heated without using wood, coal, ,
Hilda Williams of Wash-
here ,
week and Is I
spent Wednesday In Jacksonville. spending the ;I:
Montgomery will return Saturday.Mr. ,
Christmas ington, D. C., Is expected to be gas electricity gasoline, kerosene,
holidays with her
of Gainesville was Mrs. N. Walnwrlght spent mother alcohol, charcoal or carbide, this "
ltUi scoti Mrs. R. S. Fernandez.Mr. here next week to visit Mrs. Emma
of Paul Knight Monday. Tuesday in Jacksonville. Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perryman and Mrs. W. II. Hart and Canova. amazing iron keeps beating while .JI '

cuest and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent Mon Miss Lucile Kennedy left Thursdayfor being used.Women !. ,, 'fit

nil; llrs' H. V. Knight spent Mrs. R. A. Green spent Saturdayin day In Jacksonville.Mrs. Waynesville. and Mrs., N. J.C.,W. Kllllan. of Baxley, Ga., to upend Christmas Mr. Joe Gill and eon of Raleigh Iron In comfort while using #f '
are expectedto
( In Jacksonville Jacksonville.Mrs. arrive here the 29th with Miss Kennedy s parents, Dr. N. C., Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Randall It with no hot stoves to fret f 1
1 for
Hulda Corpening, of Jacksonville a visit and Mrs. F. D. Miss
Kennedy. over, no labor of keeping coal
with Mrs. and children, of Jacksonville, up : I
-Richard- of Palatka was a L. S. Hutto and A. H. Hall Is here spending the holi Truby.Mr. brother, J. J. Baxley will remain In Baxley for are guests of Mr. anti Mrs. J. M. or wood fire, no danger of explosion l

t,(C.here Monday. spent Friday in .Jacksonville.. I days. the holidays. _. Alvarez. using gasoline, alcohol, etc., ." 1
-- --
-- and Mrs. no starch. sticking, smutting or
Misses Hazel and Lois George B. Flynn I
Adklns George F. Scott, Southern College -
N F Guilford spent Christ- Mrs. T. J. Griffin spent MondayIn i will leave Sunday for a week's visit and children, of Clermont Mr. and professor and former residentof i Jack Haile will accompany Mrs. scorching floe linen. i

>JIlL my 1> to Quitman Ga., with her Jacksonville. in Fort Lauderdale and Miami. Mrs. Glen Wood!, of Orlando are Starke, recently delivered a dedicatory T. T. Long and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Housewives of Bradford Countycan :
holiday guests of Mrs. Emma to Albany, Ga., where he will
C. :
*, Dfrs.1' eulogy at the unveiling of a see this unusual Iron without ;
Carr Col ley of St. Louis, Mo., is Miss Leila Dea Andrews of Ocala nova and Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Kid<.l. bronze plate to the memory of Allan visit his aunt, Mrs. Roy Dyal.! Mrs. obligation by writing for further

the guest of his parents, Mr. and was the week-end guest of her sis Spivey, son of Dr. Ludd M. Long and Mrs. Carpenter will visit t
Mrs. W. A. Colley. ter and brother-in-law Mr. and Dr. and Mrs. II. B. McLendon Spivey, president of the college. their mother In Baconton, Ga. Information. Edna Lewis, Starke, j ;

Mrs. H. C. Brown. and daughter left Thursday to I Fla., Route 2. -Adv. I i iI

Mrs. D. T. Clark of Miami is the spend) Christmas Day with Dr. MCLendon's Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop will Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy and

guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. Wyman and mother Mrs. T. R. Mc- have as their guests Christmas Mr.
Lendon Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp will haveas
N. D. Wainwright, Sr. daughter, Ruth, of Raleigh, N. C., In Marlnnna. and Mrs. A. D. Williams of Brad- F-Fii
are spending the holidays here at enton Mrs. Nina Llpford of Gleen their holiday guests, Mrs. S. A.

Ernie Dowling. of Pompano is their cottage on Kingsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs T. K. McClane, Jr., Cove Springs, Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Moore, Mrs T. A. Steele and children 1

spending the holidays here with his and son are spending the holidaysIn Richard of Miami, and Mr. and all of Galneavlllo and Mr and i

family.Mr. Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Jr., will spend Gainesville with Mr. McClane's Mrs. W H. Carter and son, Roy, of Mrs. R. F. Slkes of Jacksonville. L'
the holidays in Jacksonville with parents, Mr. ant Mrs. T. K. Mc Daytona Beach. I )
Clane Sr. ,
Mr. Hayes, who is In business
and Mrs. Sam Anderson and
there. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby have
Mrs. Earl Searing spent SaturdayIn Mrs. L. A. RennohH spending i
aa their guests for the holidays,
Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall will the holidays In Tampa. While she Mrs. Phil F. MaGuire and daughter r'I

TO EACH OF YOU spend Christmas In Tampa with la there, she will attend the wedding Sue, of Washington, D. C., Ma- q
FROM: THE MISSION Miss Pauline Priest of Gainesville Mrs. Wall's mother, Mrs. W. D. of her niece Miss Marguerite jor and Mrs. C. W. Chalker and I

HALL WE WISH TO spent the week-end here with Dutton.Dr. Mansel. Miss Munncl was a former sons, Bill and John, of Gulfport, ,

TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY I relatives. resident of Starke. Mississippi, Mr. and Mrs. G. W.

TO EXTEND A --- and Mrs. G. W. Lowry and Marks and daughter, Marjorie, of
RDIAL WELCOME TO i iALL Mrs. A. H. Hall and Miss Edna Miss Margaret Lowry and Miss Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs. T. DeLand Mr. and Mrs. DeWItt C. Studio Uprightsand

TO COME AND Hutto spent Monday in Jackson. Ruth Wyman spent Tuesday In i T. Long will leave Saturday for Jones and daughter, Miss Elise, BEST WISHES!

WITH US AT ville. Jacksonville. Bactonton Ga., to spend the holidays and eon, Darby, all of Gainesvilleand Grand PianosALSO FOR
I with their mother, Mrs. W. Mrs. G. W. Chalker of Middle- ,
AND THROUGHOUTTHE Miss Miriam Guy of Hamptonwas Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mrs. N. D. burg. GUARANTEED USED .
the week-end guest of Miss Wainwright, Jr., and Miss Lucile n.vjvos ANDA :
YEAR.r Reynolds of
Mrs. F. II. had
Kennedy spent Saturday in Jack Long aa holiday
Mary Harriet Bishop. sonville. Va., spent several days, here the guests her daughter, Miss Lois A Price for every Pocketbook IIAI'I'Y NEW YEAKJACOBS' ,

first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Long of Jacksonville, her sons,
"Welcome"From 1 Leon Alvarez of Orlando spent Rennolda spent Friday In Jackson-
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis left Comer Long of Leesburg, Allan :
the weekend here visiting rela Thursday for Fernandina to spend vllle. Long, of Chicago, and Richard MUSIC STORE "

tives. Christmas with Mr. Davis's mother Long of Gainesville. IJ.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Houston of Oii|>. Florida TheatreUAINESVILLE Next Door to J'CMltofflel[ '
Mrs. A. Davis. ,
Congressman R. A. Green re-1 Mary Garland, Ala., ore spending the '
"The ,
Upper turned Friday from on official holidays with Mrs. Houston's parents A ri
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson and GENT
to Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Dur- WORD --
Room" -- .. children spent Christmas day In den.
Archer as guests of Mr. Anderson's r
Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Mrs. COLUMNLOSTWide
mother, Mrs. Emma Anderson.
Hogan Smith spent Monday in I Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middletonwill
have their Rust belt with gold
Jacksonville. as guests on Christmas
Miss Virginia Maxwell a memo Day Mr. and Mrs E. L. Mid- buckle between home of A. Z.
ber of the Bradford County High
and Methodist Church.
Miss Essie Coleman spent the dleton and daughter, Marjorie
School faculty, Is spending the holidays Finder return to Bradford
Sue, and Gerald please
week-end In Jacksonville visiting Middleton, all of
friends. at her home In Kentucky. Jacksonville.Col. County Telegraph office. It h')5' r I. '

Senator-Elect Charley E. Johns FOR SALE Mule, wagon and '
1 Miss Madeline Hazen will spend and Mrs. D. E. Knight were u a
visited Tallahassee Tuesday and harness, all tools and feed, 4 fine y '
the Christmas holidays in Brooker on professional busi In Jacksonville SundaY' to meet I brood sows with' pigs and one hundred 1' :
their son, Paul who will the cS
with her parents. spend bushels of sweet potatoes, sell
ness. holidays here. Paul Is a student at cheap, W. J. Lanier, 4 mile north ::1 '

I Miss Caroline Hutto of the Cincinnati Conservatory of of Starke on Lake Butler Road, P. GOOD NEWS !
THE K & M SERVICE STATION the MOntiCel-1 Music. O. Box 126, Starke, lip t "
lo will spend holidays IT IS OUR DUTY TO SEE

APPRECIATES YOUR PATRONAGE AND her parents Mr. and Mrs L. Mrs. Carrie Smith of Ocala is the FOR SALE-One electric battery h. YOU IIAVK A PEACEFUL: THAT J1 ,

Hutto. S.I, house guest of her sister, Mrs. Ef- brooder, practically new. Used ; PY ( HAP ; "
HOPES TO CONTINUE SERVING YOU .--- tie Johns. Mrs. Johns also had as for two batches of chickens only. 'nIUSTlI.ANn HK TAKE '
DURING THE YEAR 1937 Mrs. E. L. Biggs and recent guests, Mrs. Minnie Me- Will sacrifice. J. Maurice Edwards { GREAT n.KAHOCK IN CAItltYINO I
and Leslie Biggs will spend Christ-I I f '
Cutchean and son, Clarence Futch, 12-18-2tp OUT OUR JOIJ.
VISIT OUR LUNCH ROOM: mas in St. Augustine of Jacksonville und, Mr. and Mrs. v, IF YOU f!
Biggs' mother, Mrs O. J. Griffin. Marshburn of Orlando.Mr. WILL PAY CASH-for used pi- I NKEII Hilt HELP JDHT; CALL Q ))1

MERRY CHRISTMAS I anos. Write Lillian's Music I .
Paul E. Canova Store, 342 W. "
Mrs. University Ave.
Mr. and and Mrs. E. F. Pomeroy, Jr., ISHERIFF'S .
and children will spend Christmas'Day and Mrs. E. F. Pomeroy, Sr., of Gainesville, Fla. tf OFFICE .1 '

NAT SEZ in Ocala with Mrs. Canova'smother Jacksonville, and Mrs. Jack Say GOOD FARM--For sale, 80 acres, 11 I
: (
Mrs. B. F. Flowers.Mr. I Sheriff .\. (). '
roux, of Tampa, were recent guests I 13: miles west of Starke In Bradford rtndreu .
of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and Miss County :SO cleared, good .- >I !
Of it really hurts me and Mrs. Robert E. Demor- J
course, Lucile Mitchell.Mr. I fence, good buildings. See or write, i
to have to brag, but did you est of Pano, Ga., will be the guestsof .L. W. Sowell, Micanopy, Fla. r,

notice the swell outfit Santa Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest and Mrs. Frank Seal; ley, Mrs. 12-4-4tp ,
q during the holidays. Grace Howson Mrs. Lue Latti- I
? :Mrs.
< r was sporting this year '" '
w more, Mrs Mary Bailey, all of Alliance 1
Claus said It was the snappiestsuit Miss Mary Brownlee of St. Louis, Ohio, en route to their win tl I / t'/ '. ,
the old fellow has had in Ma, is the holiday guest of her ter homes In Miami and St. Peters REAL ::?

a long time, and where do you parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown- burg, were guests of Mr. and Mrs j

think he got it? I'm so mod lee. O. E. Stansbury last Thursday. ESTATEIF ,

est I hate to mention Stern- Stacy Rowell of Miami will bea Miss Dorothy White went to YOU WANT TO : "

bergs too much, so yoall just guest at the home of Judge and Daytona Beach Sunday, where she BUY, SELL OR RENT h r4 In a ',,1 yt4 .

have to guess. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins during the holi- has a position as secretary In the SEE US- )I ) Ya ,' 1:

days. office of the Peninsular Life Insurance -

Company She was accompanied WILSONREALTY i '
Mrs. Pierce Crews and lion Spencer to Daytona Beach by !

of Raiford returned to their I her parents Mr. and Mr*, O. W. CO. ,I
to NeA home after visiting in Winter Haven White, Aliases Etholln and Carol

? ''} for several days. I White and Olin White, Jr. 4 4Y

J.l a e; -
: rt
Marshburn who Is --
Miss Betty
attending school here Is spending i------------------- I I
': the holidays In Marianne with her I II ir !

I mother Mrs. E., R. Marshburn. II I II
:JI I I r .; \I//If3 : f
Miss Loral Bennett, a student of It i' ; _'
t the Bradford High School left Sat- S

1, iird, y for her home in EHIJay, Ga., I II =r- tt c p tr
to spend the holidays with her pa- I

I :' rcnm' .Mr. and' Mrs. F. H. 'Bennett. [ Although the universe is filler! with million l : r ,

i Mrs. S. E. Brownlee left Tuesday of star, none can vie in fame with the one t
What We Did I Gainesville to spend the I I '
I for with her daughter and ; that guided the Three Wise Men of the East t tf ,<
For Santa Claus I I son-in-law. Judge and Mrs. A. V. 1'1I f through the night to a tiny manger in t ti 7

We Can Do O / 'I Long. !i Bethlehem. And l just a* it brought to the

/ I I| Miss Evelyn Stump a memberof I world a message: of peace and good will, we
Faculty -
For you Too! the High Springs School LIKE A iftcczc to Jackson One Round
Is spending the holidays Mrs. F.with F. I want this! greeting to carry to you and all RIDE. on one of Florida Motor XVay Trip ,
her parents Mr. I I your friends our appreciation of the happiness lone brand new Zephyr buses JACKSONVILLE -* .80 1.45TALLAHASSEE

MERRY CHRISTMASANI Stump. I, your friendship has brought to us, and smooth, quiet and luxurious. You'll -- 2.80 805

Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and I agree with our first riders In these ORLANDO ? --__ 260 4 7O
I I with it our wishes that this Christmas
K. G. Duncan attended may I
) Mr. and Mrs. I radically different type buses thai TAMPA ----- - 260 470

the wedding anniversary of In I bring to you all the joy, health and happinessthat I there's a new thrill La travel a ST. PETERSBURG 305 55O

A HAPPY NEW YEARTO Gainesville Mr. and Mrs.Monday Tom night.Fielding j j I you could desire.MITCHELL I i new attained.peak Comfortably in comfort never conditioned before MIAMI LAKELAND 380 2.8O 1045 5.05

1 Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and I with fresh, invigoraUng air heated Union Bus Station

ALL, OUR FKIENDS' I Miss Mary Brownlee left Tuesday to Just the right temperature. No O. L. BEASLKV, Agt. #
Mrs.J. j STORE ;
THROUGHOUT 1817 REMEMBER: for DeLand to visit Mr. and automobile ) DRUG i extra fare on the Zephyrs. opp. Court lloiuw--Stark*. FU.OECEIBER .
E. Futch, who were In an
afternoon. J
accident Monday ,
IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S Neither Mrs. Futch nor Mr. Futch ,

was seriously Injured; however i TUB RK.YAU. STOKE

Mrs. Futch had her hip and leg T.\f KE FLORIDA
broken. The extent of Mr Futch'aInjuries ,i

baa not been learned.! ?i'. ..... _._,_._._._,_ _,_ _ .. n _,__
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SIX -- ---- J3
PACK_ .___ _.________ .__ > __ I I ,
I I lees 1.48 Aeree In Snulh..1 I of Southeast", Quarter A West whieb I. the ,
-- -- l'
I' .. 1 of Southeast. Quarter of 193?.
lIf II II _.." --- .... 1. I !I Section 17 Townnhlp 7 I .. Section '2
I ,; j, "" Hints To HousewivesU'ekly RURAL 22 Kant containing236 Quarter 19lintd ("hi',. "h .,
,' j j.i 1'ur less. ..hli> 8 South. Range :22
I 11 p pI I ..' containing 40 Acre.. more ( I
: COMMON SENSE (.rtlrh-ale Kn 469 ..'nbra. I OFFICIAL SPA I ,
..i i I I half except 4 Acres In lesH A. J. 'rii.1. 1 ,
Home Drraonrtratlon of the said
from corner Kant of Hallway assessment prop- Clerk, Ofr ,
FARMERS SECTION By SrVDJOUNSON half of North "''t Quarter tinder the said certificate la- lJrlldf, ,
TaDabaaaH "
SpMlall. "r E. O -i
'f I I 16 Acre Houtheaxt was In the name 12.4-6t- I IIN
( .
Nrthweet Quarter and

FOLLOW IN I AcreH of Northeaxt, '. said certificate shall be re TilE C'lnTIT: -
:\ .\S LEKT0EKS CHILDREN and $ ... the ,
I Conducted by Demonstration Agents I Southwext Quarter according to law prop- F.IGII'rll "I lUll :. m" t'
) TUB FOOTSTEPS OF 1 of SmithweM Quarter ..f described therein. will be sold FlORIDA. I A\on 11(11'1'CIlIIA
the of-way Unad 13 Section 18 .. bidder at the court- FOR
There are some who think THJClH!: GROWN FOLKS highest (,0\1': '', \
I South.! KanK, 22 Kant door on the first Monday In 1\0
i; leftovers are the best part of the J_ 500 Acre, more or lea. *. of 1937 which I I. PENINSULAR NAY -I ;
January "
: ": _______ _ _ _,_ _ -s----. awlaa COMPANY: ; I( :
--'- -- A 1-
-- --- 1937. ,
II i' 1Ii__ """""" ---- -- -- IUIIRISTMAS Christmas feast Certainly the Yee last night Is snow a heap, The aiHeHHment of the Maid day of January, '
to H1 under the said ('. thin 1st day of December Plaintiff
I, : "fragments that remain" have a On the level two. feet deep. ty bered 132, 135. 136, 18-27 of v.

: J ; ii.i WELL OF J936 II challenge In them-that they may' Daylight time--or yust beforeI 4-7 of 142 151, I lnaued, the. SEAL) J. L HARDEN et al:
PROSPECTS FOR FIN)S FARiMEKS WITH September, A. P 1932. wa D..fendll';:.
ij' I' as satisfying as the royal started ottt t() do my chore A. .1. THOMAS. O'rlC"1
I 4 1, FINISIIEO!; LIVESTOCK INCREASE IN INCOME prove name of Horr and Porter Clerk of Circuit Court MASTEn.5: tLE
RATED GOOD dinner itself. "Me too" icated numbered 123-130 of of Bradford County Florida. Notice I. hereby all'| .
!: "' 'h 3 IN 1937 remarks My kid Gun yell- go 499 Ixaued the 2nd. day of and pursuant to and .lIa.n

"I i I Pi''f ', GAINESVILLE Chris tmas Despite the disparaging I say-"Snow too deep for you," I,. 1034 wa In the name of authority vested. In t b i" r J( Ir

11 f t 'il :} for about turkey hash. It really may back: HorrUnlea. Special Master by that ; dar.ig
Prospects be ,
:'1 I,: ; GAINESVILLE 1938 finds the Florida Farmer in best dishes In the But right quick answer nald certificate .. SHERIFF'S SALE] Decree. tendered on Ih" 2'9' lndFI

\ 0 : f good prices for finished Florida better financial condition than be be one of the "I can step l IB daddy's track. redeemed according' to law la hereby given that the October, 1936. In and tJ !, ,

ill ) f. In the late winter spring: In world. Turkey gravy, rich and ertle deacrlbed, therein: will ; .- .. a* Sheriff of Bradford Court ot Alachua1"1',h Ire
:1 t livestock has been in at Christmas time Eighth 3 .
Florida under by Judicial
bidder at ,
be used with the hash to the highest Circuit rd
: I .: i and of 1D37 are seen by brown can : of certain writ of execu Chancery .f I B.Ih..ln .
'I'' t summer several years.To Then his jnottter pat his head House door on the first. that In that "-., Hit
1:1 I although care must be taken that month of January. Issued out of and under the pending ;
: workers of the State Agricultural the whereli 1'0''M
this statement officials "Gude boy, OW', was all she said and seal. of the Clerk of the Naval Store '
consistency I I. the 4th. Company
11 "I.1I! ; ;. : Extension Service In the Florida of State Agricultural Extension the hash be of the right But I know liVe think lots more, Dated this aln8tci'u.t... Court of Bradford County tlon I. Plaintiff' and J f Srp'
for to brown. Seasonings may vary: and "bearing date the 26th and Lester
Outlook report 1936 Harden hit wifeMMd
,. I'::;' .il-1". Agricultural Service point to an increaseof a chopped green pepper Worcestershire Ven we start to do dem chore. (OFFICIAL, SEAL) of October, A. D 1935, on that Harden and P..rcllla. harden

I/// :1937. fifteen cent in agricultural Little boys 10 every day A. J. THOMAS.!!! judgment wherein M. A. ; '
about per catsup, and salt and pepper ax Liquidator for Bradford deTVlV w.f.r5a.havlli'e. Ii j
: ':
'I M' Feeding: of fewer cattle during income for 1936 over that of course. Potatoes added to Vere the old rJ1an leads the way. Clerk Bradford Circuit County.Court, Bank, a corporation I is plain- Flooring Company. a i1"**'

: : ,1 the 1936-37 finishing season the Total receipts from sale crack : 13-4-Bt-l-l and T C. Haxen, A. A. Haxen. Chrlatofoll Marble &: file rpor H
1935. like
of Better walk sfalght a
:1 turkey hash are delicious. Blend Haxen. Mm. D. W. Mason, O. a corpor ion: W H, 'WII.onmg"
': ;) VI I result of a feed shortage In the I of farm products and federal pay with a little butter and gravy, Ven boys step in Paddy's track. and B. F. Hasen. are de business. a* Wilson ,
: caused the drought IM THE tIRCtTIT COt .. the undersigned hall levied Supply Marihaii ucti00
t :, f' Mid-West by ments during the nine months period Company; > e
spread on a well-greased pan to Fl.OHIDA, EIGHTH and will on Monday the 4th. Company a "
1)\ 't'h".n
) corporation
1)) ''I' : of last summer, will mean that Sep- IHlllT.. IV A\I FOR
through Ican '
from January of January A. D. 1937 during Agricultural o"
fold like this
and then an ome- that
brown While I know poem
will be paid for well FORD OVVTV. 1A hour of sale, offer the fol Pany. a lTn a '
\ higher prices 80,934- corporation tti s"
were :
of this '
in 1937. Therefore tember year lette.A written by Sam lade: and published F.IIV. land for sale at public out- and Door Company a 'ITD,?.,..?.
'j' IfJll j 'I.. finished cattle 000, al compared with the total of Club Leaders'Round HOME: OWNER LOANCOit1'ORATIOW. to the highest. and best bidder Baker & } .*. '
I ''i Ifl! ", !!. the report sets out, Florida stockmen for the same period In can of tomato sauce may be in Michigan a cor- .. In front of the South door poratlon: Dixie BHck'.oL.! ', CMl
I have feeds heated and served with the hash, Table,. I* not typical of poration organized and Court house of Bradford corporation: and The e..rK"r 3 t'
who home-grown 193 existing. ; unler and by Florida, In City of Stark., ufacturlng Company, ,
the a
,,. h" t, will do well to feed their cattle for and garnishes of fruit celery. and Florida weatPef conditions, virtue of the law. of the to-wlt:dW half of NW'i are defendant, the und, !rpor L
I the 1936-37 Monthly receipts from the sale pickles add to the dish. Baked thought expressed Is good any- Conare of the United io 4, \; of Section 6, cl,l Muster will on th( IKnod! ;
in.f t"t"I' a longer period during dAY}
,I, farm in September State* of America. Township 7 South, Range 20 January, 1937. bet-Ae i
of h
products where in the Vorid.
1vv' finishing season in order to obtain bananas apples or pears all go Plaintiff. of 11 0'<:lock In the fot" ho)
\ : ii' strikingly illustrate the Increase In v MOKT(JAOE Commencing at Northeast. ", o'clock In In
\ with the hash and are easily. In this when "the the a".r-t"
,, I i \' I' anticipated good prices. income. For September 1936 they age younger I J. W, ANDREWS JR., *t .1. of SW 4 of J-TWV4 of Section l?*.." front door of the ':' ''hJus.11 I'
i : dr'i r i Slaughter of many dairy cattle. prepared.Cold I' generation" la tailed against from I Defendant 7 South: Range 20 East Alachua County Florida 'r

1..1 eliminated from milk production in totalled $3.644,000 as comparedwith all sides, It behooves us to stop and OHIttCIt OF ...( run thence South 630 feet for town of Gainesville *..ell.V, 110 hi
f ; turkey or chicken stuffing .
"I $1,993,000 for the same NOTICE! TO APPB of beginning thence run West est and best bidder fo
L:: ',I\' It' disease eradication programs competed fried crisply brown may be served think where,8oni0 of the fault may TO: JOHN K. HURST & CO. "'et. thence South 172 feet to following described. pron ru.'ROh. ,
T month in 1935.Increases nnratlon, of of S. A. L. Railway, oatS In '
with beef cattle to extent lie and from wpence cometh the way Alachua Bradford and rUountle -
.p some with .
i.1! :;\ with eggs, or any YOU ARE HEREBY East 200 feet thence North *. Florida, to-wit
( .' l'( j l" 'I on the markets this year, but in the prices of farm well-liked breakfast. or supper dish. remedy. Does Aot the fault for that a atiit ha* been brought feet to point of beginning. In The following described. lands
\ are responsible for moat of of 'you In the Circuit Court 8, Township 7 South. Range Alachua County Florida
( there indications that dairy products short-comings our
are cold chicken cut many
: Turkey or up ford County Florida. In S4.4. of SE'4. less 1
'i I, ,:1' cattle td be slaughtered In this way of the Increase In farm Income, the and served with a cream sauce or children, if short-comings they be, by Home 0 /tiers" Loan A. O ANDREU, ner, of Section 34: i"r III wn.hl uf c

in 1937 will be less than fifty percent Extension workers say. A rela- tomato or both which may also rest with us? A* d If these thingsare a ing corporation under and by organized virtue of '' -of-1 Bradford County Florida. S.NWW Range of 21 2W H!.and. of also Section

'I of the number disposed of in tively small portion of the total receipts include pimento chopped ripe' to be changed Is that not alsoa of the Congrenn, of the .. of NE-J, S14 of NW'4. SEI. :I'SW 2'

was agricultural payments of America: that the nature ]\ .(" OF APPLICATIONFOR w% of E-I/. of Section. VMi"JNwofswcrsXf
this in 1936. job largely up to Us?
.1 ,I olives or small cubes of vegetables Butt I Is to foreclose a mort TAX DEE : ..... .if8I
:! Prices for finished hogs have by the federal government. make a tasty dish. Cold chickenor I recently fea4 an editorial in the following dencrlbed Bes-ate. Bill No. KM) ; S' .

,: A maintained a comparatively high During the period from January turkey, sauted hi butter and which the breftklAg up of the Am- ncr. Commencing of Madlnon; at and the Bay IS HEREBY GIVEN1 That NEVi tlon 10 of; NE'4 NE\,.of N-1oJ'.V-w"T"j Jl/W.S. E'
'. ii' level during the early part of the 1 to April 1, Florida citrus broughta the Town of Stark Florida; Turpentine Company Inc., of SW ? >f
quickly mixed with a small tumblerof erican family (It lamented. The women of Tax Certificate No. 96. la- % of svfu' f 8iS(

; ,'I, 1936-37 marketing season. With a price double that received duringthe wild grape jelly, served with have their cluba and societies run Ray Smith Street along to the; the East the 7th, day of July A. D. 1930, \It'; 2-3 NE4 of of NEH 8WM.of I SW'.I of ..Itectionv. Ir

i ii severe 8hortage of feed grains and same period In 1935. Citrus ner of Bay and LaFayette ; name In my office and has 14, all lea Sect
rice, Is delicious. Cold chicken and the men their clubs and now the application for a tax deed to BE4 ot SE4, of Sect
i < with fewer hogs being finished for growers are hoping the new year thence East along; the North .. thereon.. Said certificate 16: SEI% of NE.... S.... of, aWl<
I turkey put into the remains of the children have tbir organizationsto LaFayette. Street to a street! .. NE"". N'E'4 ot NW'4. E".I. ot H

market In other sections, will bring a change in the present North along the Went aide the following described of
many gravy with left-over vegetablesand take their tln e when not in In the county of Bradford Si-i NW'4 of SEW' NE1.f> S
of fruit and that the Street to Madison Street; :: : r SI of of Section
to market prices L BP1> 21 SW
good prices are expected con Florida, to-wlt: .
baked In a casserole to a bub- school. Most 'of these organizations West" along the South NW%. Sw,1 of xii:

: : tinue for finished hogs during the first three months of 1937 will see !' ble stage Is well worth a try. have only the. best of Intentions Madinon Street to place ....Section Quarter 22 of Township Southeast.7 of 8W'4. si-i of SW1.NE J of SW} 0110-%, I S

>! ) rest of the 1936-37 the prices equal to or better than those ginning. Said block of nf SWH. 8% of NW'4 .1f at
d season report Range 20 East contain
The left-over In cream and do work but the Went
!. turkey goad ing 261 feet East Section 22; Lots. I, 2, and 8. In Hj
{ says. Improved marketing paid In the first quarter of 1936.A I North and 465 feet North 40 Acres more or less 9. In
; sauce or gravy topped with hot biscuit fact remains that the time when Waldo Section
I leaf tobacco Bounded on the North by assessment. of the said proper NW i of NE.... oJ '
I facilities In Florida should also be fine bright crop NEK :IW* N
might be termed a "turkeypie. the family can, be together la Street, West by Bay Street, 0 : .. the said certificate Issued. of SW'4 of NWV4 SV4\ of SWk....

which brought good prices last ." Suppose we serve turkey pie. greatly reduced. This is especially : by LaFayette Btret. East by In..the name of Geo. Llppert. NW%. NW'i"of SW'4.L NEH if S
said certificate shall be
also a contributinga and known a the J. G. re of SW of SEL. f
} ARMOimS BIO CROP summer was If so, make a rich biscuit dough true of the towfcs and cities, but homeplace, excepting from .. according to law the prop- 25; 8E., of ,r1;;> E" W4 Sect'

4 FEKTHJ7.EHH!: & FERTILIZER | factor In obtaining good or better roll out to 3-4 Inch thickness and Is not so typical of the countryand described land deeded land to J.or L. parcel Peek described. highest.therein bidder will. at be the sold NEI4 SW'4.of NWVi NW%of. SW'4 SE&.fSecTloV of .vvlli st

it MATERIALS prices. cut with small biscuit cutter and rural section's. A.. follows: commencing at I door on the first Mon- EV4 of NW%, NEW of ,

w' Cash Discount to bake in hot While the biscuit corner of Madison and Bay 'In the month of February, 1937. : 8EQ of NE'4. of Section S F
Big Improved consumer demand is a oven. However it Is still of tlon.ZS
Starke I is the let. February
importantthat In the Town of : ; i; day of NWW, NEJi of SE<*", of S
j Commission Merchant and also expected to play a large partin are baking brown a half cup we should take care to see thence run South on East tlon 33: NH of: N\VW NWW; of flv
0 ( Fanners Association Bay Street 134 feet. : thence this 10th. day of December 814 !
? SW
%. of Section 34 ,
of In two butter. : ITo
celery tablespoons
market fore
the livestock that the
good example we set for our to feet: thence run North ship 8 8. Range 21 E And also.
: t J. L. IIARRELL, Agent Make a cream sauce by blendingone thence run West. to point of ( SEAL)
cast for 1937 by the Extension specialists. children are only the best and then WH of Eof! Section U
Lavttey Fin nIna 84 feet said parcel of A. J THOMAS. Township' 8 j.
1 of milk table- Range SO E.
with two And
cup possibly our children will be better. log In the Northwest corner Clerk of Circuit Court of WH of NW'4. or Lots I A i a
: spoons butter and two tablespoonsof known a* J. O.: Alvarez Bradford County, Florida. of Orant Line and S',4 of SEt;: No in
t Lt flour. Cook until thickened -. all In Bradford County, of Orant Line, of Section 3':

south of Grant Line. SW''
t u then add the celery and turkey SOIL CONSERVATION : that one A. A. Durden NOTICE SWii of Section 4;except all south"

salt and pepper, and heat together CHECKS BtflNG: SENT Oussle Durden are the I Is h.r.byIv.n to all whom Grant line, .except NW. 01 Si
For holder of the said ; concern that 1. T. Frank Sw1. of NE Vl of SWA, Nay4
Expert RepairingSmith's thoroughly. Serve on the hot bis TO S1'<\'tE.'S. FARMERS you are hereby required to a* Guardian of William SW31 of SWt/7SW3.ef SE!,,,
cult. I. the clerk of Maid court In hi Andrews, a minor will on Section' C; NBU J NV! of IlE' ot r
at Starke. Florida your day of December 1834, ap- tlon 9: In Township 9 8. Rani';
.. pearance (personal or by E K. Perryman. County Judge B And also
factor in the increase In agricultural -Distribution of In. said suit on the flrat Qual't"r l County. Florida, at his NW N'4.. ot SW\4. NW\o\ ot s

Income of the state. checks to Florida farmers who January A. D. 1037. being. In Stark, Florida at 2 04 of iIE% .af Section 6: NEtii. '
Garage have complied with the 1936 I day of said month and P. M. or as soon. thereafter NEW! 8W4) of NE'4. WI-!. of SE"
Hogs brought good prices during Agricultural file with said clerk. your be heard for authority to sell NEVi. W! of WVa'bfSEV NW N..,
the Soil Conservation Pro- defense. If any. to the bill .sale the entire Interest NM, of S\V"4 of SE'- IIf Sect
year. In said suit the
plaint at estate of said minor In and to 7
of NWx. WI
has ; WH \< of .
gram begun, According to an NWlt'
Gross receipts from and scribed by law. described In
: peanuts property SE'i of N"vVli. 8EV4 of ,,. o!f 1<
Phone 120 several other were higher announcement Dy H. G. Clayton HEREIN. FAIL NOT. or .. Florida TO-WIT: tlon 8: SW'4 of NEV4, SWM of 1WM
crops will be entered against
you East. 46 la feet of Lot One (1) t.
: district agent with., the State of 8W14. SEV1 of 2E ot S
Agricultural fault
than they were in 1935.: .. Three (3) of Block Eighteen tlon 17; NE 4 of NRlJ. lees. S a<-
The Extension men stress the Exten*>o*> Service and The Bradford County. of Town of Starke, more par- In SB corner, SH.. of NW of NIsi
of 4
'1 ; Wrecker Service Day or Night head of the program in this state. a newspaper In Bradford described a* beginning at '!. of NR".4. N'4 of SE%. ,)t S
that increased published ... Intersection
point no produc- corner tlon 18; E''%" of Lot 1. of tleciofl: i

tion but higher prices are mainly Approximately $ O,0OO In checks newspaper Ida I. hereby In which designated thla of brick and Walnut store situated Street at at cor said also In Township 8 S. Range 22 E '

representing payments for compliance be published once a week .
responsible for the rise in Flor Intersection running thence Commence 36 feet north 1.
ida's farm Income this with the program have consecutive. week prior to along South line of Call Street gree west. and 80 feet south 1*
year.Christmas day of JAnuary, A. D 1931.
brick wall 48 feet
4 .
'gt been a gree west of center line if' F 8 A 1
1935 found the Flor- mailed out Already to more WITNESS my hand and or less to the center line of a 'Hallway track same. come beli
,, of said court at Starke,
ida farmer In better financial con- than 300 farmers by the Atlanta 2nd day of December, A. D. wall now existing between the NIC corner of Caesar Kaddisr
property hereunder conveyed Land n* recorded In Peed Boik I
: ? dition than he was in 1934 but disbursing office. It will requireat (SEAL) A. .1. THOMAS. property now occupied by J. M. page 438 of the. public redn I IAlachua

: : Christmas 1938 tops both in least sixty days to complete the Clerk Circuit Court. *. running thence South along County Florida run the-
years line of wall and extension .
an Smith 68 degrees West 1050 F |
% farm Income. work of Issuing checks to the near- Bradford County, of In a straight line a dlstanace I thence North 22 degreesst. 2''>l

A AicAct\\ ly 24,000 farmers in the state who 12-4-51-1-1 feet and 9 Inches, more or feet; thence North 68 deurr, .0. Ff
to a fence now standing on 22 <
south clog;
O'rI'J 0. ('.' 10SO feet thence <
are cooperating 1A the program, line of said Lot 3, running East 207.5 feet to beginningland '. r<
; \
:' DRINKAT Mr. Clayton laid.AppllcatJoDs Senate. mil N'o. 1 .
I along said fence a. distance lei tn sold railroad track all lr S]
-ki 71r for grants from co >3 feet more or lens, to a point tlon 7; also NW! of Block 5. ToWnOrange
Foster Shi holder of line of Walnut Street run- Commence f
,. ( ca O operating farmer/ are sent In tificate. No..SnIJhi., the thence North 107 feet and 9 chain 34 Height link west; of half. nil

from the counties to the state office of August. A. J), 1931 ha ., more vr less to said point of post of South boundary line it S
same In my office and ha ai corner of said. brick lion 7, Township 9 S Barge 23|
here where they are checkedand application for a tax .deeil at Intersection of Call and Arrednndo Grant run thence. N'f

tt AT vouchers are merit. to the Athens sued thereon. Said Street In said Town of 225 degree. West S chain. 60 'i'i'
: brace the following de frl .., except the South 20 feet of to Initial point thence. East
Ga., branch of the in the :
general accounting erty County described lands chain. to a stake. thence iKirth
RECESS Mate of Florida to-wit: said. application will be 'In
office. wpere they are degrees. West 6.40 chain tc a
Northwest Quarter of upon the. petition now on file thence went. 3.16 chain. to A Jt.
audited whence they go to Quarter of Section 28 Judge Court Bradford thence south 22.5 degree Ean'

: ----i. I _ _ AFTER SCHOOL ta, where check arc made Atlan-I 7 South Range 21 East Florida. chain to beginning of Section. i
1 I ing 40 aci.., more or les* 25, 1936T. Lot 3 and 4 Miller's Subdivision,I
mailed. The assessment. of the .
Section 8: 814 of \<
STARKE COCA-COLA erty under. the said Guardian. of NEI 8H' of SE'i of 8W, le.'
"ue,1Va. In the name
-- acres. NEW Of 8E"4 nf SWii' BV;,

I BOTTLING CO. >OT1<'F> OF _tpMIT,\TION Crouch. F'o. of Section 8: sE'4 cf SWH.
Unless said certificate eha
: :NOTICE at SB; ,'nrnrrt
FOR T'X: "KEI) of SE%, also starting
(Senate All %.. J !3NOTICR deemed according to I law will be ". la. hereby given to all whom Section 16, Township. 9 S !tanK;
1 IS IIEREBT! GIVEN. That erty described therein concern that I, T Frank Lan E. run North along east !b 'I !
bidder the
DOES LADnF.R IRHIT\TIO> Waray Corporation holder of Tax the highest at as Guardian of William An- line of the Section 10 chalni' '0 I

Announcement-- WAKE YOU IPfIt : Certificates Numl>er>d respectively. the house month door of on January the, first 1 Andrews, a minor will on the corner of the Lot, thence CT sst. I Iallel t
not normal III nature'' warn of 1037. apply to with South boundary. 'f J
a January.'
139. 135. 136. l27 of 140 141. 4-7 of .
the 4th day of January : :: -
I la : "StV'
ing "Danger Ahead Make thl 25o 142. 151, 'Issued the fith day of Sep Dated thin 1st, day of Perryman. County Judge for tlon 1 chain B8\i! links to P."
teat Use buchu leaves, juniper oil tember. A. D. 19.1J anil 123-130 of (County Florida at his. of- ncr of the lot thence North
and 8 other drugs., made Into little 4A8 and 469 tnmird. the 2nd. day. of : 1936 OFFICIAL 8liALA ) In btarke, Florida. at 2 oclock lei with East boundary of th '
,: green tahlet... to flush. out excess July A. D. 1934. haft. riled same. Inrrrv : ( J. THOMAS.!;! or ax soon thereafter. as can tlon 19 chain. to NW corner the,
acid and Impurities. Excesa. acid office arM ha. rAade Application I Clerk of Circuit (' for authority to sell at Fast parallel with aouth bclUfl'' !' !
.nun. cause Irritation reatiltlng", !: In getting for Tax Deedi to be Isptied thereon. I of Bradford County. >> sale the entire Interest or of Section, 1 chain and SI'1J link
I up nights: canty flow frequent Said. terttflcule* respectively embrace U-4-5t.l-1 of the said minor In and to NE corner: thence South au 'iff
We have the most modern Cold Storageand desire, burning backache: and leg the following' clecorlhed prop.ertle described) property In East boundary of said Se,11 ,
paint. Junt way ..tf"n to yourdruicgl.t. I In. the County ot Bradford, SIIRHIFF" HII.K County TO-WIT* chain back to liE cornet. s'
In four da>* pleased State of Florida. tovlfCertificate : Notice I. hereny given. at the S W. Corner of Lot, In Section 15; SWVjNH MI
25c will be refunded Mitch Webb's. lot on Madison Street. of less 2 acre '
your No. 132 CmLracee. Southeast SWM.
O Andreu Sheriff of
Meat Curing Plant in Central Florida- .ll'* Drug StoreCnrefiil. Quarter Srcllnh 10 Township County' Florida a* under and running West with Madison. Amanda. C. King, SR'. 'f 'wvsDoggett 1;:""
7 South, Range 21 fitst., containing toe of that certain writ of : 120 feet thence North 105 Section 18; IH of "iVj 1/ '<. :
-------- 16O A'r"M. "more .,* IP.*.. tion issued out of the office to F. (". Ilolllngsworth lot, Section 17, E ., of Ntfti. ,

with modern smoke house in connection. Certificate No IIS 'embrace,* North der the hand and seal nf the Cast 120 feet to N. W. earner 22: In Township 9 H Tin -
a hair of /SmithenKt Quarter and the circuit Court of C Webb lot thence South Ann also ,
feet to point of b"lI'lnnlnlall following< f '"
Southeast Quarter of Southeast ty. Florida. and bearing The
Quarter Section 11, Township Iiouth 25th. day of October A I). town of Starke. ; also all of Brndford (County FliumF
-- Rang 21 Bant containing: that certain judgment .. .. I : 9. lots 4. X and 8 nf I 3ka 10, ; >4 of I'IE'4 ot SW' ,. F S
1e ; ,', t41S1 120 Acres, more or I*...s. Smith as Liquidator for 1, 4. r, 7 and N of Block of flAII./1 of Section *: KW v
Certificate No. ue mbiace South County Bank, n r I 1 2'c 1.iy4' and 7 ot Block 14 I In nf '{, of Section U: inS H I
NO INCREASE IN PRICES half of Northwest Quarter anil plaintiff i and T. C H""n, A. {n subdivision located In South, Range 23 E. And 'U< I
of the SE:<4 ot Section 32, T. The following dencilbed
ronalderntloit Northeast Quarter nf Mont hwe.t son, E V' Haaon. Mrx D. W. :
e' In* Quarter and south h-tlf of .Southwest a \V. Haien.: 11 'F, fiascO; : : R 22 East Clav County. Florida: '
) v Quarter Section It Township 7 Brown are defendants. I said application will he NW>4 of SW<-.. if !'Ie
....n."e need* South. Range 21 Kftst; containing upon and will on Monday on the petition' now on file Township 8 1'1 i Rang' 23 ESW'
; ; par* Bin Ol- 200 Aerew, more or lent*. day of January A. D. 1917 Jlltl"",. Court Bradford of 8WW, lei* 9
16-27 of Certificate >o. 140 embrace the legal hour. of sale, and Florida southern part of Sectl' nSE"
t inRM> i.
4I' We Specialize In Sugar Cured Meats *. Went half 'ortheast. Quarter of the ,South door of the. (" cemb..r :1 i, limit: -" of 8Wi, N'4 of SKli. E,
andVent halt of Southeast of Bradford "County In T FRANK LANDRUM. 15 acre In the North andof "
quarter and Went t>alf Section 13 ida. offer the following Uuarillnn. NW'4. of SF.L4.. and th f S.'J
1t WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTIONGAINESVILLE ownshlp 7 South flange 21 Kant, sale at public oiiury to the 25 acres of NE. of SEH ) :
containing 480 Acres. more' or lee*. and best bidder for cash for 6, In Township 9 8. Rang
4 :T Certificate No. Itt embrace East pose of satisfying. said :sorun OP APPLICATION And also
: half of ?'lortheae4; and wit: FOil 'I \ \: HEEl 46 Turpentine Leases. Jp 0", '
Northwest Uuarl r 3..a Northeast 5E14 of NH'i' and KH of senate Hill N.,. IllS land therein severally Ideo'ald F'
Quarter and EaaC' half of Southeast Section 36. Township Six :.' IS HEREBY GIVEN That particularly described
Quarter Section 14 Township 7 Range 19 East: Also. Lot ... River, holder r.f Tax Cer Decree, and also "
tU3'h: ICE & South Range 21 Ki: ..t. containing South half of lot 8 In :: No. 189. Issued the 3rd day The following described. ndbeing '
I : A D located at *
ZOO Acre, more or .Itr Township Six South Range 1911 ha filed same properties "J."' >(1,.
'-7 of Certificate N<>. 142 embrace also Lot 1. 2, 3. 4, 6, office and ha. made applica used upon and in "' "
I Vorthweit Quarter ct Section! 14 half of Lot 6 In Section 6, for a tax deed to be Issued with the turpentine P'KVand '{ ;: ..
Townrhlp 7 South ftanfte. 21 East Seven South Hang 2 ontatnlng 160 Acre. more or !I.... A. O ANPREU. described property In Orange Heights ","id \VaW(...'.
I Certificate No 151 embraces North Sheriff of Bradford County County of Bradford. State of chua County Florida. to 'i ,
COLD STORAGE CO. half of Northwent. Quarter and North lZ-4-Bt-l-l to-wit: barrel Still: O.OOOC Flat! 401
half of Southeast uArl.r of North- :: Quarter of North- Cup.' 85,000 ClaF ..uTr'uck: ;\1
r went Quarter s."tlol14 Township OTH'B OF % .! Quarter of Section 33. Dip : C .. -
rheeke 7 South Range 21 E'\..t, containing; FOR T'X ttKRn 7 South. Range 21 A; iTO'JAut'o e oup.HiiHiffp& fI

c J. L. GEORGE 310R.c 100 Acrea, more or Ifmi. (.mat* Bill N... 163)NOTICE containing 40 acre more : c
COLDS ltl-13 of Certlrlvae No, 46* em- IM HEREBY CUV' lea*. 2 : ? ,,
c f 6/Z 6 ... South half of Northea. Foster. Shi Smith. hold.r .. assessment nf the said prop ? :: "itni
and Northeast. and No. 38U Issued. under used connection |
: Quarter nf Quarter Certificate the said certificate lasu- kind Jn
r A Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St. South half of Northej5t. Quarter and day tnA uilt.: D 1938. : ; i .* In the name. of Chas. M. Mo- Turpentine BU';!. OtT(1T.t.AS II!"
FEVER South half of Nnrthvfeat Quarter, of sajm my and baa .. : 3rA5
Northw...t Quarter and Southeast plication for a, tax deed to .->* naldertlflcate. hall be SPECIAL *
Gainesville Florida L.QI'ID TABI.F.TS first der Quarter of Northwest Quarter. and.Southweit sued thereon Said .. "' .according to law, the McCollum How.
ALVR MOHia II......... SO Quarter of Northwest brace the following. ..., described therein will be. .
DROPS MI..'_ ; Quarter le"a *f,14 Acre* West of Kail- -rtr In thi ('onnt!' of I: to the highest bidder at the 8olTfSo for Plaintiff.
t I Try "Rjb-Mr-Tls-ssMWorM'. B.., way In Southwest Corner and North- '.f Florida tt -wit. .. door on the first Mon. Jacksonville, Florida.

Ll.1eR1 ,"veil. Quarter of South'/*** Quarter East Half of Southwest! In the Month ...t January UI7.: 1211"U11IL Ir r I

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DECEMBER 25. 1938

___ .u_ ____ _BRADFORD_ ___ COt'NTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE.-. Fi-fmin-. ----.- .. ......". ".'.Et1..K

S CBfECII DIRECTORY'I ,Jir.9 I-; 'mod t )- advance on Franklin p-; ; r\\--ard--: ; ; I -- ... _
*" =rr=; SAMUEL uOPlr! : : this! An' git it renter of an '
ST u."' "-3T ciiuiicnr IMR 11 JPl C | Inn and Demand,! the M\II't..nh'r: of I straight: Everyone o' you kin go ONealc wo on BUY

fIB B. 1'rice, Pastor Mtft 1t& I I'ree, his voiy n.imt h.'il peen halfUgemkiry to thunder: The administration hug and kiss,

flev i I. 10 o'clock a. m I mm: | ; to her. I kin go to thunder! But I'm goln' brought a small : :Mo Old

5-"A, '' -upt.I i I I : !Jeol \ 1f I Had she reiUUed tint he had to have Just tee!" | "from the : !' : ..; \ : \'

;;_ >,p. 11 a. m bil I J U ; i fern th'! medium to t..It" frnm herman I "CM Hlckl.r,," rind never made n inn
p"T ; ij p- m- / StsEv'n .1!'.<. slv: hci; 'il'vuys I.ivlbut \
t, \ I 'I .n: 't In the lifnt oi combat that 1 1w At the Inst ,
."W. ,, .'. : I '''''.1 that was an incredibility{ tint ,* not prepared! to out, I
*:n1 bfeetdng.Wedne-- curry figure: hopppil ""' : _. I
( n..r:: could not occur to her. Randolph Ruud this' case wan no I -- ,
i- exception. Rowdy Dow."Rowdy I t
'.,: ,' IJ1. J" shut has 1 < n PqUOrl't.d at home that had chosen to let no detail of hill"accident" Within\ furiy-eight hours Washington cried ,
"1.. "k prayer service, 'I./r-J. IM'nt'J..o| become public, and Sun extras I[
din happy beyond wards at streamers disclosing her arms about : \
o1 p m._ +l.'I \ I't'ggy; ':\' victory Cuthbert the old derland was fully aware of this. the wholesale dismissal of get here?"

t\\ r'T 1mb e r at Franklin Inn, was ush "What are you doing here ?" the Jackson Cabinet, to'I."IIft'e the "H* pardoned ;

Methedtst Church i t \ iv h o s fund "' inside. He was obviously ill I| asked Rowdy, stepping up to him. Peggy Eaton slander. Mrs. Dealt Rowdy with a .'
Pastor. r .
H M Montgomery \- indela' Sunderland disregarded this I scanty ..
| toppled back her
at the tall
gar figure
yvade\ .- 'heal -10 n-a. m, fa' .j I,n.;:. spirit ure n about Mr. Randolph o I question, and turned to face Peg and called for smelling salts when Then he took '(' ,of backadle energy I

it WorsJ1lp-ll N f\t.\ j word In ma'am" he said "They gy. she heard the news, and other Indies you really happy I l puffin** (
owortb Lefg -- : p. m. l' 'f '%t ington ('(' dangerously Ill. I thought "You're a woman of means, Mrs. of her circle displayed similar ington?" tired, nerve ,..
7:30 m.
EleD Sfmvirtdte: all: these p. servfOU )- ,\ it IlIIlolue| 1 \ let you know. Secretary Eaton," he said cunning. Inelegant reactions.But "Of course," and don't

; tjJf flan UK ash re is he?" cried Peggy. ly. "I am poor. Surely your reputation the battle was not over. Cal n t you be If )' I

i tut. l\ ".I f j drew out a slip of pa- I Washington will be houn brought to Jackson's study mingle with to> your. \

Presbj terlan Church {! ; ,': %_dreW he had already prepared. north a trivial consideration." the following day Horatio Peabody say nothing of disorder prop p.f r>

George H. Lowry, Pastor : She pressed his hand ia grati I Rowdy, with an exclamation of a bigoted but extremely Influential duchesses? In the blood,
I '
Rev Services: With an apprehensive back- fury, seized him by the collar. As social leader whose official title "Even If you the whole

Sunday.. Sabbath School. her lovo for John Randolph glance he left. He was one I Peggy gave a startled cry the two was Chairman of the Society for Rowdy returned
10'00: m cause he 1st opposed to .', struggled, then fell ,,' far the
..: Morning Worship. few sensing Peggy's Inmost on the roadbed. the Protection of Public Morals everybody but are
:.uu 4 m policies, and Instead marries SundcrlanU tore himself free "Mr. *.....4
People's Vesper Peabody, said Calhoun, Introducing Jackson was
4-30, p Service.m Young retary of \\'ur Eaton to the desk. Peggy hur- I and, squirming to his feet whipped him. "is cognizant of all bid Peggy adieu."Remember. get at any the deg q:*>

Is shot by u roxvmtfly ulh was'h. out a pistol. Rowdy, seized his the facts. "
Sermonette by Pastor. penned a note to the one ,
Service: of civil war whom he has she felt she could call on in wrist, and when the weapon fell to "What facts?" demanded! Jackson Spain gut your

T Midweek/30 p, m Mission Study ed. emergency Rowdy Dow. the ground, retrieved it for him with a belligerent glare."I spell but your

: m Prayer Service. dear: You must help me. self. have made no statement" here with me

8.30 p CHAPTER ELEVENWhen no questions. Meet me at Sunderland had one last resource. said Peabody awkwardly, "that goln'."

Rosewood Baptist Church by's Inn Warrentun He brought a knife from an inner they were actually witnessed by "I reckon ,

gv L O. Hemlagwsy, Pastor Randolph was absent \ Five before nine to- pocket and with a sudden charge me, or any of my. colleagues, but. :et," said! Pe fgy. / !

Services every Sunday. Biblegudy his place in the Senate during ." ,4vtd. ;:: pn the other Perh
10:13: a. m. Services at 3:30: ensuing week Peggy gave it was $n overcast was purely self-d.fens., or per- "Excusa m.," said John Eaton "There's a n -:

oclock In afternoon. thought of it. It was rumored and there were no observ haps something: In Bawdy subconscious interrupting, "but t think Peggy "written by a END'n.

BAPTIST CHURCH he was slightly indisposed and Gudsby's when Peggy mind told him Chat the man ought to b. here" Sam Smith I'm C 12

BETHEL Rev. L. A. Donntoy, Pastor assumed this to be the case. at the appointed time. before him was a murderer by Jackson gave a nod of assent, hlttt ftfT tint boys

Services every first Sunday. Wildly contradictory stories had a carriage ready, and prior act. At any rate he fired I and Eaton stepped to the next As the boat MONKV

Sunday School. 2:30: p. m. begun to sweep Washington scarce any questions ai they point blank and Sunderland fell. room to escort his wife Into the strains of '

Bible Study and Prayer Services the mounting opposition to I toward the house that Ran Neighbors had already been at- study. the water. Peggy

Saturday night. son. Some persons felt that was occupying. tracted by the cries and with the "Sit down honey." said the Pres tears stood
;aay shot people came! pouring from aU ident. "This I -
President was soon to lose Randolph's bedroom the sole gentleman thinks he's "Good-by, John

8t! Mark's Eptacopnl Church entirely many went so far I was an old family ser directions. There wits just time found your finger-prints smearedall murmured to "

Horning/ prayer and Sermon on predict open national revolt. It He watched for every motion' for one thing. over the black monument o' Then Eaton :

He second and fourth Sundays at ------ i Pulling Peggy to the carriage. Sin." He pounded hla flat on the and she turned 'ttr

lit. m. Holy Communion Saints Rowdy gave a peremptory com-
I mand to the negro driver. As two
!JaYs at 10 a. m. Litany and choir

police every Friday night at 7:30urn. : i'sped constables came up, the vehicle

away. ,bo w.rrrbJ.J.uvrtMUranr.J'dv
I"tf'Mtfrrvil rAtvtifttM u.rrn ,q
('11.\1'') tU: 'f\\ ELSE: J ''Xri U'ilb Itmrt \

BOB JONES Someone had seen Peggy with z

Howdy In the carriage and further have' )J'tnt

Comments On Here w vl ,evidence was offered that she had The ATLAS new i\\
met him at Gadsby's Inn. While .
And Hereafter of each j
L this did not, of course involve her The Caparib4 dI

tiredly In the self-defense killingof {tnl au yp ability .',:

We speak of giving our hearts toM Sunderland, It lid create a tempest jr battery in "

; but as a matter of fact, that of talk all over Washington.The I If understand.

mot what we do. The natural :iiJ loquacious dowagers to I' t In CJ

tart according to the Bible, is de- t whom gossip was meat and drink fail

'atful above all things and desperiUly I went into a huddle, and decided troubles.
wicked. The meaning of the I {,t : that a formal protest should be 1:

aliment "desperately wicked" is T brb r filed with Vice-President Calhoun. no warning i

sick". When a sinner They did not know that Peggyhad i our battery !r
curably "Y.. ...l'J"., ..., .. "! gone to visit the dying Randolph ,. I
lines to God he does not come to ,, _.,'tI.rl..,."wh..,...., II 1 7
x but they had invented an ingenious yonc
God does not .
(ire God his heart. PrdfT ... I IIrv I explanation for the fact ,,' I
nut a heart that Is deceitful or .
.. '. .''l iII !, that she was alone with Dow. She .". 8. .
tare all things and Incurably ..... crack. "But those smiles
'" --- ...... ,"< .0 "' -- had accompanied him, they said to desk with a resounding rare
tic. Such a heart Is not fit to with a great deal of anxiety that from the wounded man and moved I the town Warrenton for the purpose by Eternal. I been waltln for this. could command."It "
(iffetto((( God. A sinner comes toM "
Peggy accompanied her husband to to his side at the slghtest changef I of immoral conduct, and while moment! Is a pretty ;
; to get from God a new heart.
the Jefferson Birthday celebrationin ) expression under the influence: of liquor had He paused momentarily for emphasis "Isn't it. John 1"THE
hen God In the Bible asks menr
' the Senate. Tales were in the "What did the doctor say to- provoked a street quarrel betweenhim then pointed an accusing \. i
their hearts He is asking
air that Jackson was to be chal- lay:?" asked Randolph. and Sunderland, resulting fatally finger at Peabody. ---------- {
altdren: for their hearts. A man
lenged then and there, as he deliv- "The doctor say yo' all goln' to for the latter. "Now git this an' take It hometo
nuts the heart of his wife and amman
wants the heart of her hus- ered the address of welcome. The git well, sah' was the answer. I Peggy normally would have paid your scurvy colleagues! Mrs. FUNERAL DIRECTOR

apostles of states' freedom were "Braxton, you're the best friend no heed to such a fantastic piece of Margaret Eaton traveled to War-
tud. Parents want the hearts of reported to have already established !and the worst liar who's ever serv- I calumny, but now she had her hus renton under my express orders- to My Many Years Kxprrlenoe' Make It roMlbla for Ma U ?_' *

.Mr children so God wants us the nucleus of a new Southern ed me" murmured Randolph, band to think about. As a national visit tile late John Randolph o' EWFICIRNT, PROMPT and COURTBOUS 8BKVICBHOOKKATK !
to are saved to give Him our j 1'KICIMUeWITT
government, feeling that Jackson faintly smiling. figure this undercover talk would Roanoke---God rest his loyal soul!
wrta. He wants to give sinners
would be discredited and overthrown There was a scraping of wheels injure him politically Eaton him- -Mr. Roderick Dow escorted her C. JONES

Mrti that are decent enough to uitside. The Kick man turned self beard Peggy's story of what through the request of her own Starke, Florida
lYe back God. '.
: to
The lobby of the Senate was slightly. His eyes went to the window happened from her own lips, and husband Mr Secretary Eaton!" ,

crowded. The specialty of the souvenir : then remained at the door never doubted It for an Instant. Peggy gave a gasp. She lookedat

The mental processes of unrejaernHd vendors was a fifteen-rent knob. As she silently tried to< enter But he was a quiet, reserved man Calhoun and 1 Peabody. They SINCLAIRH-CLEADS IN

! man are very strange. handkerchief adorned with a rea- the room Peggy!: saw that Randolph and he did not wish to involve the were both speechless.
still hive a faint hope thatwnehow sonably good likeness of Jefferson. knew In advance of her presence, name of the dead Virginia Senator "Now my fine Ambassador o' .. I

: >r other they can dress Leaving her husband, Peggy although he was too weak to makea in the affair, If It could be avoided. Public Moral added Jackson, '#- )

uke pttielrunregenerated: natures and took her place in the gallery. A gesture o* welcome. The committee that waited upon looking at Peabody and pointing at r
themselves to
presentable wild confusion of voices sounded "Margaret.1 his voice ]Issued ever Calhoun included Mrs Bomfret the dour, "got out!"
5od. I
That Is whit the devil told beside I Beall, the pinch-faced Loulaa Abbot -
of Immi- she took a place
Warn about her, and a sense so faintly, as No one spoke after- the others h
and Eve to do. They were smoothed hU hair I and some of the other chief arrw..6ri
nent crisis seemed to pervade the him and
left for r
a few dramatic moments
opposed to live their own lives !In- I
scalpel-wlelders of Washington, society. -
When a gavel was back.
atmosphere. Then
forward and
Peggy stepped
dependmt: of God. :Man started
Mrs. Beall, as spokeswoman
the rostrum the "You couldn't keep me away
nt In pounded placed one hand! on the President's. I
the garden cf Eden to be- He nod- presented her case eloquently, only
chatter did not altogether die out, larling, whispered Peggy.
base like God by the power of his In her betraying "Funny," smiled Jackson "my
and not all the people present rose ded his head, as Peggy dropped to the peculiar glint eye
non strength and will. Man with conscience don t hurt me the
the morbid hatred she felti wayit
Jackson and put her arms pro-
In deferential tribute as her knees I "
!be taint of the fall still In hiskert was introduced. tectingly about him. i I for Peggy. She described the alleged ought to
* I
Is struggling to make him- "Gentlemen," began the Presi- "Perhaps." he said. gaining I| actions of the latter as an "You've won a great victory for

ell decent When I get on my dent, "you are all aware of the significance strength to speak, "If I hadn t beena I affront to all principles of decent me," Slid 1 Peggy seriously "But
feet I will become and said In conclusion theres else mind
a Christian the this wonderful conduct : something on my
of this great day fool all those years.
that is what a man said to the would never have beenso "We must insist that you as Vice now. '
birthday of that illustrious American moment
alter one day "God doesn't save Thomas Jefferson." perfect. President demand of our misguided "I 1 don't kn
sinner!tel when the sinner is on his "And a good State' Righter!" Peggy could say nothing, but her Chief Executive that this woman thlnkin'." said Jackson, "but I do
He saves the sinner when thelDner she be expelled, once and for all, '
shouted a heckler from ti.e upper hands gently caressed him, and know you re still holdln the fate of
is on hla face was my re- pulled back a wisp of hair that had I from our community!" this administration an' maybe the

("ave W'In my hand no price I bring." tier.A buzz of excited comment broke slipped over his forehead Vice-President politely sold he' country In the palm of your putty I .,
no price to bring. Salvation he con- would present their ultimatum to I hand."
that at any moment "I've loved you '
out. It appeared
"X Slat< be by grace. Who Is able to a bomb might be set off I tinued. "Only I because of yon I have the President, and Mrs. Beall led "That's a great: compliment,' returned I't t
h There was only one person breaking up the gathering in disorder suffered an otherwise painful life. her feline drove away. I Peggy. "It's a temptation (

the Universe who had the price I and perhaps shattering the Now it's finished, but with a beautiful Meanwhile the wives of Cabinet for any woman, but it Isn't worth ;3 .A' v't

"Pay- His name was Jesus. He ; bonds of Union at the same time. ending you with me, at officers had brought private pres- the price." ; e.fA K.a aua off6:
na the I of their own to bear and
son of cute
God. He went to I love
I But Jackson had never had a firmer the end to know that you. 4'What do you mean ?" asked. the
<><** and when the President's advisory!
purchased with His before had Tenderly they kissed Randolph I I President.
*e precious blood the souls of grip on himself, never his he id. so that he body next convened the air was I j COMPETITIVE ROAD TESTS
his to raise
J* All the sinner can do Is to I, ho felt it so vital to impress his listen' tried look directly into Peggy's I thick enough to be cut with a "I mean that no one person how. j
? by faith which i will and personality on might knife. The presence of John Eaton ever well meaning, ought to attract

Jhus Christ our Lord bought with ers. is a eyes."Smile for me" he said. She mad the situation all the more so much attention away from 1 to 3 more miles per gallon In passenger cars
m1 blood "A good States' Righter I embarrassing. Finally Secretary the main affairs of state. When

i '' devoted servant of Democracy," tried her best. "Now please wish go.she Samuel Inghsm. hemmed and hawed I they keep talking about. me people
**S' "From the depth of Knowing that It was will the real Issues of the
ELIZABETH SMITH DEE | he went on. I INOI'ds I went through the his way to the point at issue: forget
Hf1. Elizabeth heart I support these great I obeyed. As she nation. If I'm half the person you
Dees died at her my hard for her to I, that some drastic action ought to
tome near Starke on Wednesday by a great American Daniel doorway It was herself, but on JohnRandolph's be taken about the wife of the Secretary i' think I am there's only one at'n'IIlble We suggest that
He motioned toward keep control thing for me to do. '
&heIaat week after Webster. War. make
a long illness. I I pallid face was a smile {I of \ you a lest
a member of the Metho- Webster, whowas seated nearby. contentment. "You see, Mr President; he explained "What's that?" queried Jackson
tat Church "This Is what he said: 'When my of new and utter unable to speak iI j, "the unpleasant accusations "Git!" replied Peggy. in your own rat

Yq She Is survived by five children: :yes shall be turned for the last I Peggy was still to Rowdy in the i against this woman are based Jackson studied her for a few and l find out for
I when she came up I
J meridian sun. I
I ,V Jones, Hampton; Mrs. .Ime toward the outside. upon the sworn statements of' careful moments a quizzical smile the
v t yourself ex-
P ness Fort Myers; Miss hope I may see him shining on my I Irlveway"How Is he? he asked anxiously the most respectable members of I playing over his face. Finally he
liiiGee.. starke; F- MDees ,united free and happy country. our community." spoke Ira mile In II-C.

Plant City.t City and C. :M. Dee PlantIPI hope I shall not live to dispersed see his ."He's happy" said Peggy softly, "Ah!" crleit.Jackson. "( ain't aI!I "I guess maybe you re right," he

beams falling upon the I when she was at last able to frame mentionin any names but are these said. 'An' I got the answer. How'dyou
hat services were held at :structure of this glorious Union. words. here respectable spew-cats readyto like it if I made John Ministerto See theSinclair

:Ck last Friday hope to see, spread all over mycountrY" the side, place their claws on the Holy "
lilt ; afternoon In Out of the shrubbery at one the Court of Spain '
*, MaV! Cemetery. with the flag blazoned In letters figure emtrged Peggy Book and swear they saw what C t5'tI1% Dealer
.B floating a shadowy
and proudly ? I
of light suppose
Montgomery she was conscious they say
ran! "Union and gave a sharp gasp as It was almost sailing time, and
bearers above land and sea: hiddm' In a corner dla. '
were were they was ,
A. : B. Y. Saxon that she and Rowdy t.L/WMd IH..r 1y l.u urn C a
0, Andreu. C. L. May Carl Liberty, now .and forever, one and not alone Then she stared closelyat guised as lamp shades." Peggy and John Eaton were the r/1.,1 ......?

Ellie Sullivan inseparable!" Secretary Ingham waited for
Z. thereIt
Ctlfr and Z. almost the man who stood
a. An applause broke forth that since somebody else to break the tense OTI-.

a ln+leerntT1ta were In charge ot4rLeYMcCabe shook the rafters! Peggy, her she had had seen been so La many Roy years Sunderlandthat silence, and, when no one did, ventured It Notice mar conrcrn I I. h.r.that bjr flifn tt. hl.h und.r.egnedu tn all l whom, Agent Sinclair; Hfining; Company (Inc)
fears vanished, felt her eyes banished another word himself. administrator citat* of
Funeral Home she had completely Herman Crn.by baa fll.d bin Final
-.onvllle. She took the corsage "The whole thing Is very distres FOB SINCLAIR PRODUCTS
with tears. Her school Return and vourh r and will on a
her thoughts. ,
from her dress and threw it on tlllli him from and his sing." h. said "but you se --" the Itth day of t>.c.mb.r, ISIS, PHONE UI r
in him mys- B. K. Perry.
ropeaa air lines platform before Jackson, as the girl absorption the "No 'huts'!" shouted Jackson j apply County to tit. Honorable Judc, for Final Duech.ra '
r craft fly at divinations had gone as man J. H. WAINWRIGHT Agt.
in spontaneous I tic sin t of ,
without joined the Eternal there one j jyuu *
beacon de- entire assemblage since the terrible "By ,
IIIIdtu lights, rendition of wind. In fact, ever yours Ilrr.ehlllL( | $ Croat/, Adan'r STABKJC. FLOIIUDAlt
Ie to bring
and patriotic mm enough
entirely stirred 12..H-
N... on l Instruments toto night when he bad up
.belli their destinations. 'Hill.:: Culumbla..

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t., DECEMRPn!:
: ..... _
-- +
Faces THEATRICAL COMPANY AT THE DAY OF LITTLE BUSINESS head of the state Government.A ence will
: sing
i Bradford County Telegraph LAVVTEY SCHOOL AUDITORIUM delegation will call at the ex- Cone will launu,
; Busy SessionThe THREE NIGHTS COMMENCING It is often argued that the development ecutive mansion at 10 a. m. tobtort ral address. '
[ii THURSDAY. DEC. of businesses-especially Sholtz
a Established 1877MEMBER large Gov. Dave and Conetlrid
:, i : spokesmen or the people- 31ST. In retail fields-has tend their families to the capitol During the ,ut,

that la, the Senators and Representatives ed to destroy little businesses and augural pal'atleJi,? "
lj Governor Sholtz will deliver his "'
The Ollie Hamilton "open house"II ,
Players fora
i make the next to make- It next to impossible i\\
who will
up Bob Demorest Jr, will farewell address before noon. mansion, ,
featuring the
man without vast capital to set 11 \s ,
; Congress are converging on Promptly at noon. Chief Justice Mrs.
ASSOCIATION open a three nlgnts engagementat his own establishment.This Cone win ?, .
t ej Washington. They are settling the School auditorium at up J, B. WhitflelJ will administer the ceptlon and tnr ,
?-. -Ja'tt.CJrVtd ? themselves In hotel mites, apart argument has a strong appeal I i II' I
j .r lotidai Lawtey next Thursday with the oath of office to Cone The audl- be held. f' '

J'\ ments, houses. They are meeting three act farce comedy, "Boughtand -- but apparent facts contra ____u___ __
:\1 unofficially and discussing the dict It,
i ,; i Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class tasks that He before them. And Paid For" with high class During the depression thousandsof BOREE FUNERAL HOME"

'J Matter the Post Office at Starke, Florida they are looking forward, cheerfully -; vaudevlUe, singing, dancing and businesses In
} little sprung up Full Caskets
:i j at. ___ musical specialties. One lady ?ZXv \: Undertakers Supplies
j .. or otherwise, to a very beavy will be admitted free with each this country-largely because of LAN 0 SERVIOh
{ E. Matthews ._ ___..._ u ___ -- --Editor and Owner business calendar. the difficulties of individuals in f DAY AND NIGHT
25c ticket.
Hli' ; III L. person buying a
.! ti --- Leadership of the Senate will not Prices have been placed within finding employment. These little 53 PHONE 53

I U.F J. SUBSCRIPTION KATE changed from last session. Robinson the reach of all 25c: for adults businesses offered specialized ser O. II. BENNETT Mrr.
of Arkansas, who was re- vices, or lower prices, or were the "A HOME-LIKE
I lOc for children.
irj:, 1'J ;1 Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 73c-Payable in Advance elected by a staggering majority, A change: of play will be presented outgrowth of a new idea of home
i Hates t will head the overwhelming Democratic kind. Many of them found a
i Advertising on Application each night which have I
\ ::' n ;,! I! .. -.- ... __ -. ---. __ __ ._ _. majority. McNary of Ore- been selected from popular tories. ready welcome, and have prospered. -
gan, one of the very few Republicans Come and bring the fam- With the return of better times, AND LIVESTOCK LOANSAT
:,1""' i iI '1! By RED KERCE of high public position who ily. Doors open at 7:30 show at they are going ahead-and In due
'II!' I of them will
survived the Roosevelt landslide, 8 P. M. -Adv. course a percentage
' : 'I..: : i If you are going visiting on Christmas, drive carefully. will be spokesman for the GOP -_-.- become big businesses. 5 Pet. INTERESTSEE

" ,) Don't spoil the day with an accident. minority. In the House, the Ke- I Some of these little businesses
'I :\\1
Xmas Seals Slow
I I;,\i i'i'a' 'publican leadership will also probably Selling failed-because they provided poor
i fi. f\{\ be the same as It was last Reports last week to headquarters service, or did not fill a definite
; ,i. A'' > i "Large oaks from little acorns grow," and fool drivers session, but there will be a new of the Florida Tuberculosis and need. But many a large business

1" :);J', ;;.; from uncontrollable children develop. Speaker. There Is considerable Health Association indicated that baa failed for the same reasons. Gainesville Production Credit Ass'nJ
foot for this tuberculosisChristmas salesin
competition on seal
I! very
li, One has only to look around any
I 11,1; !,, 0- Important post, but It seems almost Bradford County were falling growing community today and see "FARMER OWNED"

:II 't : Aren't people funny? Frenchmen, who are noted for the certain that Administration- below thftaa'' of 1935: when there a legion'of opportunities in retail

t tfl'l !:.': f ''J 1 I few baths they take, eat perfumed butter. backed Representatives Rayburnof was less money,available, more un- lines for young men and women 318 E. Main St., S., ''Gainesville FJa.
? Texas who has been in the ;
:- ''I-l / u House for more than a generation, for'contributions to on the ,
I Fi..I'! ize that riches can't be earned overnight -
\ j.. ,' j Merry Christmas I And we hope the day finds you but la not widely known) will get work of reducing Florida's death Even as changing times .,

j : wrapping yourself around lots of good eats. the necessary votes. His chief op- rate due to tuberculosis made necessary big business com- ..
: ib ponent la Representative OR
h, O'Con- Returns from Bradford County binations to serve the public, so
u nor of New York, thirteen years a during the first two weeks of the the has ,
evolutionary process created -
The report of a rise in soap sales, will probably be follow- member of the House. campaign In 1935: had been- $20.50, a hundred opportunities for COUNTY :
ul ) ed'by' reports of accidental bath-room deaths. These leaders and their followers but this year's total to date was small retail businesses where one OFFICE Starke
;: will have plenty to do between Jan- only $19.80, In a report from the existed a generation ago. I ,

i +f. o --- uary and June, or whenever Con- association G. B. Knowles, presi- The day of little business isn't

"Wasps Have Traits of Human Beings"-Headline. gress ends. It would seem, In view dent,' said that efforts were being done-it Is Just beginning.
of the great Democrat majorities, made to arouse greater Interest In Beware The i iI
Yeah. It doesn't pay to sit down on either one. Cough
r that there would be a little troubleIn the sale of seals so Bradford County -
o approving or voiding legislation would go "over the top." Ilore than one-third of the yearis I

An exchange advises using a little sugar in everythingyou -but unless all the forecastersare -. the devoted Hopi! Indians to religious rituals by From a common coldThat "
wrong there will be many a Gala Dance At Club
have to say and adding a little salt to everything you .
burning speech delivered' from the :
hear. Thursday, Christmas Eve night, Goggles have been devised which
,. ,, i'I bitter floors wrangle of both In branches committee, many rooms.a the scene of a gala holiday danceat permit clear vision yet shield the Hangs 0
the Woman's
0 Club, featuring from the of
Palm For example, one of the biggest Maureen Rio and her All Girl Orchestra eyes glare approaching eJI ,
Beach bathing officials announce that the rules are questions facing Congressmen Is Miss cars. Kd !matter hoi many medicinesyou heal the Irritated tissues\ as t ,',
;tkt) t off, and we suspects that bathing suits will be too, before that of appropriations. The PresIdent vivacious have tried for your cough chest germ-laden phlegm Is loosened ail! \'
star of the 'I
': troup, was featured In LOCAL cold or bronchial! Irritation, you can expelled. Druggists also know t ft: i ',.
: 1'. long. ( is said to favor a reduction Earl Carroll s stage show last year PEOPLE ret relief now with Creomulslon. effectiveness of Beecbwood Credj :

Ii ., la government expenditures. Is and in addition to waving the batonis WILL ATTEND Creomulslon not only contains the sote and they rank: Creomulaio\ |
0 talking of a balanced bud get.'Meet soothing elements common to many top for coughs because II
a dancer of renown This famous you get
,' The Westerner who is suing a cafe operator because he officeholders pay him lip service In orchestra Is now touring the : INAUGURATION OF GOVER- Pine remedies Compound; such as.with Syrup Tar.of fluid White extract real dose of Creosote In Creomul

It ; ,' found u tack in his pie, isn't too dumb. He at least got the this-but privately many of them country and played for the annual NOR CONE IN TAL- of Licorice Root, fluid extractof ston able,, emulsified and so that It is for palat :
1 have little Ideas Wild Cherry and Menthol, but digestible potent gal
i.!4t,>Lv point. very of Biggest Charity Ball In Palatka this week. LAHASSEE JAN 5 also has fluid extract of Ipecac for Ing to the very seat of the troublf '
', I"j'0\ spending bureau the government _-- Its powerful phlegm loosening Creomulslon Is guaranteed sate ,
I f I .= 1 Is the WPA. It is obvious that Present automobile engines produce A large number of local peopleare effect, fluid extract of Cascara for factory In the treatment of coughs \
(II \';. "Three Wise Men to Be Produced Here."Headline in Tar I government costs cannot be materially about 0.4 horsepower planning to attend the Inaugu- Its mild laxative effect and. most chest colds and bronchial IrrttA.
Important of aU, Beechwood creo- tions and especially those )
ration stubbon
ceremonies at Tallahasseewhich
t i pon Springs Leader. That's more than some small towns could curtailed without more or cubic Inch; in 1927, it amounted to sote is perfectly! blended with all ones that start with a common colt '.
less will
drastic take place January :S.I
,h j 1'l': boast of.i't. WPA retrenchmentWord only 0.26 horsepower per cubic of these to reach the source of the and hang on for dreadful days ani 1
t .! has already gone out from inch. Many thousands from all sections trouble from the iw'de. Creomul- nights thereafter. Even If oUic ,
f 0i'1 the White House that ,the WPA of the state are expected to be sion can be taken K-jquently and remedies have failed, your druggUi
t11..! budget is to be gradually dustries that have been present. continuously by adults and children Is authorized to guarantee Creomulislon
Americanism reduced lagging
I : eating chicken on Thanksgiving when you with remarkable results. and to refund every cent of you
i'1 1 i't. t: have money and then eating turkey Christmas when you'redead starting with a seven per cent slice. It seems,,to be a sellers' market Committees are busy at work Thousands of doctors use Creo- money If you are not satisfied wttt
f-i So far so good-but when you f all along the line, as finally reflect now making plans for the event in mnlsion In their own families as results from the very first bottle
tj" broke. cut WPA spending, you must dis- f ed In a sharp rise in the weekly which Governor-Elect Fred p well as In their practice knowing Dont phone; another sleepless "
' how botUi
I wholesale Creomulslon aids nature to ; or go get a '
.1: ." 0 chdrge thousands and ncrhannJ price index Cone will be formally Installed at soothe the Inflamed membranes and of Creomulslon right now (AdrJ II
E (' "There are sixteen girls' CCC camps in operation."-Tallahassee -''J hundreds of thousands of people U I -- -

I; 3 Democrat. At last wa 5 have a real see-see-see Camp ilia'r: from a voter WPA, rolls.and each Each voter of these may

for men, eh? 1 control two or three other votes. I DISPLAY

i.i i. o j Congressmen especially Repre i

i The British ., sentatlves, whose terms are only ,
i like all other foreign empires, are required two _,
years as against six years for ,
I to play the game fair, but they always have another king up Senators-are afraid of reprisals at .

the sleeve. the 1938 polls if WPA beneficlar_
tee are given the gate.

$ ,4 1 "I love animals but I hate o animal lovers." Benito Mussolini. Pl'esentVPA funds will run out E
about January 21. More funds I9ilfilverffreuksr
; r L ? I Well, we don't like a jackass, and we hate Mr. Benito for will be appropriated the Pres t

loving himself. ident's ideas as to totals are likely I

( -0 to be very different than those of
lesser officeholders. So he faces
"Motorlesa Plane Constructed At Camp Roosevelt"- some Internal warfare when that A LOOK- A%|DB -AND YOU'LL DECIDE
Headline. Just the thing for certain automobile drivers to' matter comes up. Probably his

1 practice with. wishes' will determine the final out

comebut there will be fireworks

Flies like the colors white o and orange, and hate green first.As contrasted with the burning ..

and red. What they. really go for, however, is the color of a topic of spending It seems only

bald man's head. "icaicnuble to presume that the -B

--_al Presidents desires I will be followed i

l t i' ,! "Artists produce modern style paintings because of near other without matters.much argument He wants in the most Reciprocal i

l sightedness."-Newspaper filler. How deaf do you suppose a Tariff renewed. It un-

; saxophone player? doubtedly will be. He also> wants \

the expiring RFC given a new lease
--0 en life--that will be
\ done unless
1 When a child wants something extra special he writes a I'i: a miracle happens. So, with the

letter to Santa Claus. When a woman wants!! anything she'I President's power to devalue our I

p'' i just turns on the tears. I currency, the hot-oil measure FHA \
I| Insurance of defaulted moi-tiris-en.4

:and other measures which are now
+ When the Washington argument starters decide which In effect under expiring laws.

i .I of the two Florida senators is the "senior," we wish they'd tell It 'Is said that there will be no

e us who is Vice-president. law rejuvenating, in different legal -
if I I t! terms, the defunct NBA. and
1 ,' ---. |I that the thirty-hour week bill will

During the eighteenth century it was considered immoralto die a legislative death.

wear a bathing suit in England. My, My I And now-a-days titude As for toward the Administrations at FOR 1937AMERICA'S
the Supreme Court / ?
'Y we think it immoral not to wear one. there are
( many guesses- being
? i o made,, but the only person who can BIttER CAR
Landowners say definitely what will be
complaining about the difficulty that
.. the President, has said FINEST LOW-PRICED CAR *.
i arises on their property where house-trailers nothing
are being park The recent Supreme Court decisionon BETTER VALVE*
Yy ed. They can't tell 'em from the chicken coops. the New York unemployment The Crowning Achievement of Pontiac's

---- insurance laws has led some to be

i Jl.p.1V > ITV "The best way to read is in a bathtub," declares a \veM the lieve election that the return.Court and Is "following becoming Policy of Giving. More for Less GREATER ECONOMY

known author. Thank you mister. When reading your stuff, more "liberal" The
remains to ,
matter what full live
J we have already learned this way of drowning our troubles. be sten. There Is always the possibility RS.IU.B&R-nO other Important business you difference that make bigger*-in and what a MOil BEAUTIFUL SILVER STREAK STYLING fAFETYTRIPtlSEAlED
i, k --- that should the Court void HYDRAULIC BRAKES 1ONOER WHIH-
to the
sure !
riding ease, smartness! It's ,
measures close to the an even
tj% I An exchange asks if we've heard about the man with concrete tion's heirt. Mr. Roosevelt Administra will ask 1937 Pontiac.. You'll be well repaid. better value-enriched with more BASE-117 INCH ON "." AND 122 INCH ON "." :
+ kfi, ;! opinions-they're thoroughlmixed the for Pontiac has built six and ..
A'' and permanently !. country to pass a new Conatl a new basic advancements then any new tAROE 1UOOAOE AND SPARI TIRE COMPARTMENT
; 171, set We suppose every community has its shire: of these fel- tutional Amendment restricting that have no counterpart lathe car at its price. And it is even more .
1 Iowa. the Court power. history of motoring. The highlights economical than last I year's Ponti"c, PERFECTED SAFETY CENTER-POINT STItHINOlAROER

a *A ---p- I Business to Congress Is naturally convening looking with forward of the 1937 Pontuto art shown official economy champion of its UNISTEE4 BODIES it PISHfR BIOOCR' -F-Fsight I U t

Scientist at the right. But even this imposing price-claMl Come In DOORS ADJUSTABil TILTING PASSd4GII FRONT '
s .'i announces the invention to allow automobiles !Keen Interest and some trepidation. -see the fated

,i'' to get 200 miles per gallon of gasoline If you have an auto- Leaden, hope the President will bt list can give you only the faintest greatest model of.the most beautiful SEAT IMPROVED KNEE-ACRON RIDE PRODUCT
d .Me to all notion of how Pontiac ,
keep factions contented completely thing on wheel.-.t vcmr own
mobile and
twenty-five cents, can think of eyes OF OENERAl MOTORS
you some place They
t naturally approve his an- baa overturned previous ideas of prove that every i him n |tPraitiae ,'. '>
f that far away you'd want to go to probably have an accident? nounced stand In favor of what.
low-priced car should be. for 10'I .. An...i-.. j '
< < 4 ------0I -- balancing and debt reduction. The new Silver Streak la btler- kr...f A,.. p" .u v./. r
Bradford County eagerly awaits the inauguration of --0---
A recent
period In the words
i, ,i i' Fred Cono m Governor. lie hay promised to do everything I cf the Annalist, "brought add
rp Jn his power toward the early completion of Road 13 from : tlonal evidence of further
? l Baldwin Yules stretch of ment In industries that Improve-I.1I Register Motor Co.
'f ; to --a road that will mean much additional -
) fourijt' travel throu !'u here. I and ready laJlcatlon.1 experienced: much recovery i
of a revival In laI I
South Walnut Street STARKE. FLORlD..ram's .\ '