Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 1, 1937
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
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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VOLUME._FIFTV-EIGHT_ HTAKKK I-LOlti ). FREY.: J\St. ,tin i; 1937: jI ..




Urged to En Kay Strickland, Wife and ; Depositors Committee

courage Boys and Girls Children Buried i //Voir It us/ Working'/

To Join Here Monday II i Out Details

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Inauguration of an extensive 4- I A tragic death took an entire The Depositors Advisory Committee -

H Club activity program for boys I family near West Palm Beach Sun. of the Bank of Starke, consisting

and girls of Bradford County was day when their automobile skidded I of W. L. Wall. George A.

announced yesterday by the county Into a canal. The mother and tI Gardiner and H. L. Brownlee has)

agricultural\ agent, T. K. Mc- father were former residents of worked out a plan of reorganizingthe

Clane, Jr.Prior Starke.Mr. bank for the benefit of Its cred-

to commencement of the may be second-hand and all the paint may have long since rusted and Mrs. Ray Strickland 24 reports of Improved business conditions all over the itors and depositors which Is meetIng .

" program In the county Jan. 6, the off of it, but this little Reno darkle la happy because Santa Claus and 22 years old respectively, their country, no one was surprised when gift-buyers filled streets and stores widespread approval. The committee -.
agent said W. T. Nettles, district !ci II brought him this tricycle. Other children may have received newer and two sons. Gene. 2. and Oscar, here during the holiday aeaaon. Merchants generally report that business has secured the approval of .q
I agricultural representative of the more expensive toys, but It is safe to say that not one of them is any 34 days old were drowned beneath this Christmas was better than In 1035, and are preparing to take Comptroller J. M. Lee and the ?I
happier than this young fellow gazing down proudly as he takes his annual Inventories! with an optimistic frame of mind over the prospectof I I State N
University of Florida's extension I first_n__ _lesson__Hn _In_ making the___ wheels___ ___ _no- 'round- ---- and---- around.-- _____ their submerged automobile whenit even better times In 1937 This picture taken a few days before ( department.
division will assist and advise the -,--- T went Into a canal as they return Christmas shows shoppers thronging Call Strteet. I I J. W. Andrews H. V. Saxon J.V i'

county agent in the establishment ed from aiding a distressed motor- --- - --------1 Jones J M Alvarez, C P. ) .
of the clubs, throughout the county SCHOOL PROJECT SOME STORESTO let about twenty miles west of Ward Fred F. Stump, J B. Alex ...

: CLOSE Palm Beach. J. T. MOORE MAD DOG ., ender O. L, Beasley, Levy Canova.

Supt. A.J. Griffis declared wholehearted Fellow workmen at the Twenty DIES SUDDENLYFORMER D. P. Carpenter Nat Sternberg !,

support in the work. It is To Be SumbittedJANUARY GROCERIES LIKELY TO RE- Mile Bend bridge on which Strick L. A. Davis, Paul Canova, C. A.

thought that It would perhaps be MAIN OPEN PART OF DAY I land was a tender, told officials LAWTEY GROWER Bites Several Knight;: Carl Johns, W M Edward

best to confine activities for this AT LEAST that he (Strickland took his family WILL BE BURIED *, W. H. Hart J, B, Carlisle
I year to only four schools, Starke, i 7 I with him Sunday when he wentto TODAY Dr. W K MliMleton, F C. IIol-
Lawtey, Brooker and Hampton. Expecting to feast and rest an- aid a motorist experiencing LAST WEEK llngsworth E. K. Perryman, N D.
other within a week all dry J. T. Moore. 43. former Lawtey
" The county agent said "the suc- I trouble, and as they were rounding Wainwright, Jr, A.r. Thomas Jos.
cess of 4-H club work depends as I ARCHITECT ANNOUNCES goods stores, will observe Jan. 1. a curve near a canal bend, the grower and shipper who has livedIn E. Wilson T. Frank Landrum C.

much on the parents as It does on THAT PLANS ARE NOW 1937 New Year's Day and will not driver lost control of the machine I Plant City for the pant few MARSHAL( WARNS' PUBLIC H. Nasworthy Dr. W B. Parka (,
I be open for business. and It skidded and years, died suddenly at his home and B. Jacobs are citizens
the boys and girls. There are COMPLETE went into the ABOUT LETTING ANIMALS upon a t
many ways that the parents can do It was announced this week that canal. They were found by a negro there Wednesday morning. lie wasa RUN AT LARGE committee now being formed, who l las
much for the success of the boy. I Plans for the $75.000 new ele- i the following dry goods store oper- I passerby several hours after the native of Tennessee, but a large I business men Interested In the

They can encourage him to join mentary school building for Starke ators in the city will close Thursday tragedy. part of his life was spent at Law- Starke has been In the grip of a 'I prosperity of the community, believe .

they can assist him financially were stepped up a notch this week. afternoon at their regular Both Mr. and Mrs Stricklandwere tey, where he played an Importantpart mud dog scar since Christmas that a local bank familiar

and advise him and they can help I Roy J. Benjamin architect em- hours and re-open again Saturday former residents of Starke. In the strawberry and truck when a small dog belonging to Mr. with the needs of the communitywill

by giving him time off from his I ployed by the School Board recent. Jan. 2, 1937 for their first business The bodies were brought here growing Industries. lie was well- and Mrs. D. A. Monteith bit several I result through this plan and

work to attend meetings. Usually ly to draw the plans, announced of the new year: Morgans, for burial Monday and funeral services known throughout the county having prisons. The dog was killed and who will help familiarize the public -

1 the boys do enough work to pay yesterday that he will tie: ready for Jacobs', Sternbergs', Priest's Five were conducted in the Klng been a member of the School the head sent away for examina- with the details

for the time spent In attending submittal of the proposed projectto and/ Ten. J M. Alvarez' Marguerite's ley Lake Baptist Church Tuesday. Board for several years. tion and a positive report was returned As explained briefly by C. L.

V meetings and going to camps," he I State Works Progress officialsby Shoppe, The Quality Store, Interment was In the Kingsley The body will be brought to that It had hydrophobia. Stockwell conservator of the bank, t
Alexanders and the two hardware' Luwtey for burial and funeral services -
concluded. Jan. 7. Lake Cemetery. Among those who were bitten or the reorganization plan Is to avoid
i Any boy between the ages of ten With Superintendent A. J. Grlf.I stores Bradford Hardware Store Strickland Is survived by his will be held Friday afternoon, had been exposed to saliva from the great expense of forced liquidation .

t and twenty years may become a I fie Benjamin will go to Jacksonville and Gassett's Hardware Store. I mother, Mrs. R. D. Strickland although the time had not been an. the dog's mouth were Ralph by turning over the assetsof

club member by applying to the next Thursday, Jan. 7 and Grocery stores, however will Starke and eight sisters, Alice nounced up until press time yes Rhodes, Mrs. R, A. Green Jean the bank to trustees to be selected -
County Agent. However, for this will meet with Federal officials. It likely remain open for all or partof Burrough West Palm Beach; Ada terday. Arrangements will be In Davis, Leila Dea Andrews, Dave << by the depositors and creditors -

year there will only be four clubs is believed that little difficulty will day.- Fier, Cleveland OhKT; Ollie Stern, I charge of DeWitt C. Jones. Dyal. Cleveland Drlggers and Mrs and control of the reorganizedbank

1 In town mentioned somemtwrsnlps be had In getting the project Starke, Lotta Boree West Palm' Mr, Moore Is survived by his wife J. M. Alvarez. Most of them are would be had by the depositors }

will be limited to those near through.Mr. SCRAMBLEFOR Beach; Tennle Caruiso, Reynolds. and two sons James T. Moore, Jr.. taking the rabies treatments. through Trustees of their as-

enough to.attend meetings at those Benjamin in submitting to NEW TAGS vllle. Pa.; Nina Strickland, Rey- and George Brown Moore; his parents Marshal A. L. Alvarez reports lection holding stock for their bent
; places. the local superintendent the plans I nojdsvtlle. Pa.: Freddie Alllngton, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore, that he hat already killed five efit. which would be paid for out

The 4-H clubs give training In said the building will contain fit COLLECTORS OFFICE WILL BE Starke; Susie Rosier, Starke, and Lawtey; four brothers: Fred dogs this week that were suspectedto .l of the collections from these assets,
cooperation., In such organizationsthe I Moore, Lawtey; David Moore Ft. have and all other collections, as well ..
I teen rooms, two offices, a storageroom BUSY FROM NOW UNTIL I Frances Strickland Starke. been bitten by the mad one. a
boys learn to work together. and a large auditorium with LIMIT I Mrs. Ida Strickland Is survived Myers; Bob Moore Raleigh, N. C.; He warns all dog owners to keep proceeds from the sale of trusteed!

Boys in club work have an oppor a seating capacity of 7:>0.I 1 by two sisters, residing in Texas. and Paul Moore Winston Salem, their dogs shut up at home If they stock, would be paid depositors and
tunity to take a practical part In I Griffis said the building will be The annual scramble for new I The DeWItt C. Jones Funeral N C.; also two sisters: Mrs. W H. wish to save them. creditors. Unsecured official deposits -

{ community welfare. Boys have the : built on the school's property either automobile license plates at the I Home was In charge of the at Edwards. Lawtey; and Mrs. Ava would receive the same pro-

chance to introduce better seed, I on the west or the south side of office of County Tax Collector, C. I rangements. Lee Mayo Tampa Hurt In Accident rata part but In certificates of deposit
better methods, better livestock i the present building. A. Knight, has begun. i I I instead of stock.

business practices In farming co Crowded conditions In the present Reports from his office late i i i FRED CONE TO BE INAUGURATED Joe Henson, Florida Hotel Jacksonville Ten per cent of the stock In the

operation.If I building, which houses both Tuesday gave the sales total figures was seriously Injured new bunk would be sold thus pro-
it Is a chance to go to college : elementary and high school of one hundred and fortytwotags i AT TALLAHASSEE NEXT TUESDAY when he lost control of his Ply- viding Immediate cash for toe new

that the boy wants, the Banker's I have made it necessary for grades teach., to automobile owners in this mouth sedan Monday night on the I bank, and the plan will not b*

Association offers three $100.00 I and adjoining counties, within the I Fred P. Cone. Lake City banker Jacksonville highway about\ ten binding or put Into effect until approved -
scholarships to the college of Agriculture -I- past several days. farmer, lawyer and businessman miles north of here The machine by seventy-five per cent of
: University of Florida each I turned, over several times Honnon the
rooms at the rear of the auditorium. The tags this year bear white will become Florida's twenty-sev depositors, In amount, and by I
year to be given three outstandingclub numerals on a beautiful green enth governor January 0. qp h received serious spinal Injuries, the Circuit Court and unless deposits -
,. boys. In addition, each year background. I Cone elected in the second June and several broken ribs. can he guaranteed.

about three hundred county prizewinners primary this year, received one of Mr and, 101,'.. Bill Gi Igsby, nccu3nnt.i A reoijfanimation Is deemed practicable -
are given a week s short ALL MINISTERSTO It was reported earlier this week I the largest votes ever awarded a of the automobile, returning after the recent examination

course at the University of Florida. MEET from Tallahassee that automobile Democratic Gubernatorial nominee from a trip to Tampa, received of the bank by the State andFederal
HI i i f' May we all assist the license plate sales were $06,367:: I
minor hurts, Dr. M. B. let-long, banking officials Amongthe
agent In thU undertaking! for as el:I SERIES OF DISCUSSIONS WILL ahead of 1935. I Florida numbers her who administered first aid to the I I advantages expected are: ((1))
famous educator once said: "A boy BE HELD IN COURTROOM The Motor Vehicle Commissioner! Jacksonville trio, said A community bunk, with deposits
from 1845 when the state ad.
made more efticlent Is a better I HERE reported "rushing business" and I muted to, the Union. Since was that They were transferred to Jacksonville I I guaranteed, owned and operated by
neighbor and a better citizen: said receipts up to December 21 from hero byI llardage local people of the depositors eel
All the ministers of the time only one man William D
county were 571321.08 sales of 1938
and Williams umburanee I lectlon2)) The assets of the old
AREA SET 'were called to meet lust Bloxhnm. nerved mOle than one
night tags up to the same date In 1935 .-- ---- bank which are the source from
term the chief executive..
the local Methodist Church for were 50495387. Tags are placedon I as i which Its
FOR SKATERSOTHER Alexander ImprovesW depositors are to be paid
the purpose of discussing the com sale December 1 of each year. i, The state constitution prohibits I turned over to local people of the

CITY STREETS WILL ing Preaching Crusade of Evangelism Total collections from 1936 licenses | a governor seeking consecutive B Alexander chairman of I I depositors l selection, as trustees,
Plans were made to have terms. He become a candbdate 1111' Uni'lfoi-il, Democratic ,
BE RESTRICTED, MAYOR ev which expire January IS ; may County ((3)) Dividends on the stock held by
SAYS ery section and church In the coun- were $5,418,51824 I' however, at anytime after Executive: Committee Is able to I I the Trustees and proceeds from the
represented at these his term expires Several have take few
\ meetings + a steps without cruches
displayed sale
New 1937 licenses must be of their stock will be an additional .
Mayor T. Frank Landrum, yes- which will begin Jan. 8 at 7:30: p. on all automobiles trucks i': sought such election unsuccessfully Wart J after being confined to his home source for payment of depositors
i, terday announced that 'a spot for m. in the court room in Starke. i unles.4 niv.it v. COM: for' four months. He says that his .
: and trailers by January 15 In this respect It U
\.skating reserved for Starke children Dr. Wad Holcomb, general rep there is some extension of time I,! Willlim D. Moaeley who served' 1020-33 and Dave Sh> ltz, 103.1-37 ('hrlHtnms Day was considerably noteworthy that the bank during
has..been made S.jon fy Yater resentative of the Preaching Crusade made by the Governor. fn.m 1845: to 1819 was the first Deaths of Pink Trammel) and\ brightened by a group, of children conservatorshlp has paid all Its operating .
I" Street"directly east of the City of Evangelism of the Atlanta! I(I governor In Florida's statehood who sung caroln In front of his expenses out of earning
Florida will inaugurate a new Sidney J. Catts during the
Light Plant. area, will be the leader of these I I I Back of him were territorial governors house that night He wishes to and shows a profit, even while
Fred P. Janu- unable
"The area will be roped off and I Governor, Cone on several months narrowed the rnrU" thank those who !
meetings. Dr. Holcomb was fora Andrew Jackson, W. P. Du- were responsible to do a commercial
rblchildren who desire to take part 1nTtakating number of years a general evan ary 5. The law gives him author- val John II. Eaton, Richard K )f living former governors to liar- for this inspiring music business ((4 / Better and banking satisfactory
',' \ will find this a very desira- gelist of the Methodist Church but ity to extend for not exceeding Call: Robert R. Reid and John dee. Martin, Carlton with Sholtz .--- collections can be made

1 'Die spot," commented Mayor Lan. for several years now has been thirty days the deadline for obtain- Bra nch.I joining them on Jan. SGov I I Leaves For Capitol with the assistance of
a going
ing new license tags If, In his discretion
drum. pastor of some of the largest I Thomas Brown, Florida's only Dave Sholtz moved out of bank, ((5)I) The expenses of liquidation j
The spot will be reserved from 1 Methodist Churches. At presenthe an emergency exists. I Whig governor, succeeded MoseleyIn the executive mansion In Tallahai- Hiss Ksnle! Coleman secretaryto will be greatly reduced and 1
made I
ill ...,to 5 o clock In the afternoons, the is pastor of the Calvary Metbo- 025,000 license plates were 1849 and served until 1853. It nee Wednesday-after four years Representative Lex Green, left the depositors will realize
this and of
year, shipped supplies for Washington Tuesday afternoon
official announced, and warned list\ Church In Atlanta. was during his administration that and his successor '
occupancy their
,\ them to all tax collectors who sell upon deposits.
to resume a Capitol Hill assignment
that no more skating on aide walks Dr. John Gorrle invented the pro Fred P. Cone of Lake City made Copies of the detailed plan are
the licenses In the counties. j
) for the veteran Starke con
y? or other streets besides the one Honor /Mr. Montgomery 'cess to manufacture artificial Ice preparations to move In Saturday. being distributed as rapidly as
; : ,. : Governor Hhollz appealed to au- gresttmtin. Miss Coleman during they
; designated will be allowed after :
at At the time Governor
Apalachlcola. same become
i 1: Last Sunday morning at the exercises tomobile owners to purchase their off session of the Congress, Is In available. Everyone U,
; i today Jan. 1.
jI: ; Other and their terms: Sholtz cleared his personal effects
to familiarize
: 1 I In the new Educational tags early so that funds would be I charge of the home office of the himself: with
"While Starke has experienced James E. Broome 1853-97: /: Madison out of the executive offices In the
; all its details
', :,ii: I Building of the Methodist Church available for the monthly distribu local repersentatlve.. "
'.. no serious mishaps due to public S. Perry, 1857-61: ; John Milton, south wing of the capitol and .-- _
a was paid the Rev. B. M. tion of 1166.000 dueto schoolteachers --.--- -
skating there are continuous reports 1861-65; Alexander 1C Allison. 1845 moved them to his new l law officesIn
from other cities similarly as Montgomery, who has labored the first week of January.A (succeeded to office on death of Jacksonville. New River W. M. U. Air Show Here I'
faithfully in building the .church school apportionment made this
mall where fatalities Jimmy Stuart flying a Fairchild
1. due
occur Governor !Milton) William Marvin .
; Next Tuesday at noon Cone will The quarterly W M. U. meetIng
f; annex.A month included $450,000 from the
to skaters being run down Pilgrim cabin plane, and Harry
by automobiles 1865-66: .
provisional governor) be Inaugurated governor and of the New River Baptist As-
large framed picture of Mr. sales.
he said. "And this Reynolds, will stage an air
C,, re- Montgomery was hung on the wall David S. Walker 1866-69; Harrison 'Shops will return to private lifeArrangements *< serve Is being made In effort here Friday, Saturday and
an to Sunday.
Reed, 1868-73 O slan B. Hart (
in ; for the with the Brooker Church, it ,
the governor- was
protect our children, at the same auditorium, and underneathwas No Dogs On StreetsIt 1873-74. Marcellus B. Stearns, Jan. 1, 2 and 3, at the Starke air '
: !elect in ad- this
a framed tablet expressing to occupy the mansion week announced by the pub
time appreciation
giving them an area In whichto to him for was announced this week by 1874-77.: George F. Drew, 1877-81; i 'u nca of his Inauguration were licity chairman of the Association! port.One
enjoy this fine sport" he making possible of the main features. of thin.
". cluded. con this building. The picturewas Chief of Police A L. Alvarez that William D. Bloxham, 1881-85! ; Edward i m"da by his law partner Roy A cordiil invitation to the public is show is
an ordinary stock :
presented to the Sunday all dogs found on the streets of the A. Perry. 1885-89. FrancisP. Chapman of Lake City In telegraphic being extended by members of the car

LandownerJere. School by Miss Kate Struth who city after Friday, Jan. 1, will be Fleming 1889-93; rfVnry L. I correspondence with J. P. ciiurch. of crashing solid boards.through Other a flaming attractionsare wall

with W. P. Smith. J. H. Fields and Impounded and killed unless they Mitchell 1893-07. Newell executive secretary to Governor -----...
C' Lewis J. Hopkins, Loa Angeles, daughter, little Miss Hazel Fields, are wearing muzzles, or are accom- I William D. Bloxham. 1807-01 Sholtz. A gigantic. eight-motored flying featured l in the-show.

I.i L, Cat., owner of one of the largest sponsored the Idea and carried out panted, by the owners. Recently' (second term) William S. Jennings -I Governor Sholtz left the capitol boat DOW being constructed in The-bureau--of air commerce- la

Mrocta of land In the county-the the plan for honoring Mr. Montgomery several people In the city were bit- 1001-O5: ; Napoleon B. Brow late In the day "to spend a quiet Germany will be used la trans-At. conducting tests with a new typeof +
I Swallow-Hopkins Interests-was a ten by a dog Infected with rabies. ard 1909-00: ; Albert W Gil- !New Year's day at a place h. declined lantic service when completed. The rotating beacon light which
:: visitor to( Starke Tuesday. Mr. --.. .... Christ. 1909.13; Park Trammel!, i to announce. He will return craft is expected! to have a top combines a powerful concentrated

t Hopkins, who spends most of his President Andrew Johnson! was The average person makes use I 1013-17; Sidney J. Catts, 1917-21; here Monday. He reserved accommodations speed of 180 miles an hour and a light beam a less powerful light

?- time In Florida U now located at I Impeached for alleged usurpationof of 8.000 to 10,000 words. Doctors ''I Gary A. Hardee, 1921-25, John W. I I at a local hotel for ?fa.: :' cruising speed of 160 miles an visible continuously, and a small

St. Augustine. the law but was acquitted. know 23.000: and lawyers 23,000. Martin 1925-29: ; Doyle E. Carlton day night. hour. I uvam which; /point ups aro.
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r- PINE LEVEL SHARP CUT IN v qualified: group of
,: Mm. II. )I. McRue, Correspondent, WPA FORCESDefinite A. J. }'arbrough'or.. More To Work from which to select his P(1.-n(,;,

( The people ;this section are enjoying Mr. and Mrs.-H. Keene and children Placements of unemployed per- TKAINSCHEDfI.rOur -

LIVE STATE NEWSNews j the fine weather and getting indications that Flor- Vance Harley Keene and sons in private industry by the -
ida works relief administration Is
I ready for their spring crops. Ruth and Dorothy Johns were visiting United States Employment Service schedule changes r.>. .
| Miss Carrie Alvarez spent the preparing to bring its activity to Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey during November were more than 10 and trains will runs > .
of Florida in Short Paragraphs:, I slow halt In 1937 In m
a were given
with Miss Ruth Lewis In Shamrock.R. .
week-end Christmas from double the number made in any SouthboundNo.
Jacksonville this week in reliable,
Rising section. but announcement of C. Keene of Shamrock l Is previous November according to 1-Due Starke 11.n;l ,. ...
I Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Terrell and : further plans to reduce personneland spending the Christmas holidayswith word received here yesterday from No. 15-Due Starke 4 > :,

1tI __ .... i --- ----- -. little lion, William, of New River consolidate forces.It Rudolph Chism and Charney Washington. No 107-Due Starke 9 5b \ M

are spending the holidays here withL. Yarbrough.Mr. Improvement In private place- No. 191-Due Starke 10 "W \<
TO PRESIDE .IAILK FILLED A. Fountain and family.L. was learned that the quarters and Mrs. W. R. Kersey haveas ment results this year is an Indi- NorthboundNo. -

TALLAHASSEE-Governor TAMPA -- Too much holiday A. Fountain and son, Curtis, occupied by the state WPA administrative a guest Mrs. Ellen Johnson cation of Improved business conditions 2-Due Starke 5.\or, \ :M!.
l will be reducedby
Sholtx will preside over his final spirits filled the city Jail to capacity personnel No. 16 Due Starke
1 were visitors In Gainesville this Miller and Junior and reflects the Intensive 11::.4/ AM
cabinet meeting. The meeting was with many of those arrested half immediately after Janu- Mrs. S. C. No. 103 Due Starke
week. carried on by public em- 5:35:
I program al
advanced because of ceremonies taken to the stockade. Arrests con- ary 1, when four floors of the Roberta have returned home after spendinga Starke and
Police :lira. T. N. Norman and daughter building in Jacksonville will few weeks with her daughter, ployment offices to secure jobs in Wannne Branch

stone marking for the the new laying$250,000 of a corner capitol report tinued the through total number Christmas.of arrests Dorothy of Gum Branch were be abandoned and all headquarters II Mrs A. J. Yarbrough.Mr. private. Industry for the unemployed. No No. 102 101--Arrives Leaves Starke Starke 7:00 1:30:: A p M. \

... addition. probably will set an all-time rec visiting at II. M. McRae's Wednes- workers moved into the Exchange and Mrs. A. J. Yarbroughand Dally except Sundays. 61.

---. ord. day.This building where four floors already son were visiting Mr. and Mrs.S. Describing this program as It la T. J. GRIFFIN

'SEEKS REtTNIJTALLAHASSEE --- _>_.- ._._ -I ji.mjn community was shocked house part of the administrative C. :Miller and son Christmas.Mr. being carried on In Florida officials -
SONS MEET FOR FIRST TIME 'I said that trained field work- '
--. ComptrollerJ. Christmas morning to learn of the forces. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey Mrs. .-
WEST PALM BEACHA reun- death of Ed Rldgon who died sud- It ers call on employers and explainthe
M. Lee is seeking a refund of all also was reliably reported Ellen Johnson and Mrs. E. E. Yar-
ion which brought an 87-year-old denly at his home Thursday night. specialized employment service
Agricultural Adjustment Act tax- that instead of a relief roll slash brough and son, Charney were the
cat paid on purchases while the mother and her ten sons together Vesta McRae spent part of last affecting 3,000 workers January 1, I guests oC Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Brad- the agency l Is prepared to render.

AAA was In effect.' The Comp- under( one roof for the first time week In Gum Branch section as as announced, the cut at that time ley Sunday. Mr. Bradley cele- These field workers, he said learn
was the Christmas celebration In the guest of Miss Helen Norman. will remove about 6,000 from the employers the type of
, tronn-a office said about $20.000 employes brated his forty-first birthday. at KI
d win be returned If the first refund one Palm Beach County home. Leslie Fountain made a business with other thousands scheduled to Miss Edna Johns of Jacksonvillewas workers they need and the trainingand i

asked la approved. Each of Mrs. E. J. Elkins' sons had trip to Jacksonville Wednesday. go within a month. I visiting Miss Alma Johns experience that are necessary .rer.1 .....Id_

.-- seen all of his brothers but never I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fender Following the announcementthat Christmas to qualify men for the jobs. This er.U. .r la_
before this Christmas had they all NUW ..... ...
-DECORATE Christmas with Mrs. PWA districts .e. .d.
spent Day Florida's seven information is given the employ- '
gathered with the mother at the .
Fender's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. will be combined Into four Frank ADULT EDUCATION ..1' BIG DII I
ARCADIA There's chimney
-- ment which Interviews
same time. The reunion took placeat regIstrants .DF.'IIDS. I II
but L. Batten at Tberessa. Ingram new administrator said CHRISTMAS PROGRAMS
for Santa to drop through
Port Myacca Friday. and selects those who
Christmas trees and holly wreaths H M. McRae visited the home of the position of headquarters office

decorate each of the 300 trailers FllttXrc\CKEIC.: KILLS YOUTH Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez Mon manager will be abolished. This Impressive Christmas programs, seem best qualified for an Inter- i

'' encamped here. Tomorrow will be MADISONInjuries from the day In Vanderbilt section who hasa job was held by E. E. Stokes, presented by the Bradford County view with the prospective employer. -

a festive occasion for the advances explosion of a Christmas fire- very sick child.Remember named to succeed John M. Spear. Adult Educational division of the This procedure saves the em-

guard of the Tin Can Tourists gathered cracker caused the death of Charlie services at Pine Level Ing as director of employmentwhen Federal Works Administration

for the annual homecoming Cone nine-year-old son of Mrs. Church next Sunday night. the latter resigned earlierIn were held last Wednesday after-

and Christmas celebration. Edwin G. Gregory. The boy at- the week. noon and night In the Hamptonand WANT TO BUY1ST.

tempted to shoot a firecracker as GUM BRANCH Most of the administrative workers Lawtey sewing rooms.
COP SEIZES WAGER he passed the Madison fire depart- Miss Elizabeth Harmige, Cor. employed Jn the newly elim- :Miss\ Hope Haynes, county su-I
MIAMISeizing the cash, a de- ment. It exploded near his car inated district headquarters at pervisor of educational PAY IN CASH ON DELIVERY t

tective intervened as a patron witnesses said, and caused a brain Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ingham and Key West, Madison and Orlando said yesterday a large audience at- H. E. JOHNS I I

banded $2 to a "bookie" with Instructions concussion which resulted in hem- children Cherry and J. C., of will be discharged, it was learned I tended the Christmas parties

to wager it on Ipso Fac- orrhages. He died en route to alospltal. Jacksonville spent Christmas with this week. In Hampton, Mrs. Raymond was -
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to in the seventh at Tropical Park. The body was sent to Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norman. Malcolm Miller. WPA field rep- I In charge of the program which

{ After tine in city court as evidence StaUsboro, Ga., for burial. Miss Thelma Gaaklns of Hell- resentative who has Issued most of drew a large crowd, and at LawteyMrs. BOREE FUNERAL HOME

rt the $2 was returned to the disap- .-- bronn was the guest of Miss Eliza- the "new policy" announcements Sarah Armstrong's class gavea Full lint of Caskets Jtc Undertakers Supplier

pointed patron who departed wailing !SI'.VMNll ETS MEET beth Harnage Saturday afternoon. after three days of conferenceswith very pleasing program. AMBULANCE SERVICE

\' "Santa Claus has comeand DE LAND -- Members of the Mr. and Mrs. Grover Rhodes of Ingram, said that the short After the program and awardingof DAY AND NIGHT

: gone." Ipso Facto won, paid $40.90.AKKKHTS First Florida Infantry Association Wavely spent Christmas Eve withroll' age of administrative funds meanta gifts light refreshments were 53 PHONE 53
----.-- of the Spanish American War held and Mrs. Ancel Norman served.
large number of "faithful and efficient O. II. BENNETT, Mfrr. ,
U's"'I.m I their ncml-annual meeting here. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Williams of workers" will be forced to The Hampton party was from 2 "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"
f ST. AUGUSTINE What The next session will be in to 4 and the
-- may conjunction Jacksonville spent Christmas holidays hunt new jobs. party in Lawtey was -- -
be i* long-Bland record for law with the State encamp with friends and relatives. held from 7 to 9 o'clock.
The four consolidated districts
enforcement officers to shatter I ment of the Spanish War veteransit G. H. Lenard of Jacksonville was

was chalked up by Deputy SheriffJ. St. Cloud In June. George W. visiting J. N. Norman Thursday will Wilson be, administered Jacksonville by W.James E. Rob-Y. \orifH,, or'I'(1\I'Pfu''a'IO''on D.II) \ CROP AND LIVESTOCK LOANSAT

.::. Pacettl when he singlehandedly Bums of Jacksonville, president. night. ; (*>rnn

. 1'1:11:
inson, Tampa; A. O. Sandqulst Miami :NOTlriO:( la HUKBBY; Q1VKN:- That
arrested a group of seventeen presided at a brief business session Mrs. Louise Denmark has returned VV. H iMittinnUMon l holder of Tux
and C. D. Tomlinson Pensa- .
negroes alleged timber rustlers prior to which tne veterans were to St. Augustine after C. rtlfk-..te No. 77. Mued l the 6th day 5 Pet. INTERESTSEE
cola nt August A. L>.
19211.!> has flleil mime
who. Pacettl reported live near conducted on a Bight-seeing tour of :rpending sometime with her parents lr my office and /has' made applica(
Palatka. The negroes involved In DeLand and vicinity. They were Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Supp. All were former district heads: (lou for a tax deed to be Issued

the wholesale urresst were allegedly guests at a luncheon and a buniuet. Mr. and DL's. J D. Dobbs Jr.? under.the old regime. the thereon, following, $aid described certificate property embraces, In s.e

stealing cross-ties In a section ( and children of Lake City and Mr. -------.-- I the County of Bradford, State of

seventeen miles southwest of --. GRAHAM Florida to-wit-: Gainesville Production Credit Ass'n.
dome -- and Mrs. Carl Dobbs of Alachua North-Went quarter of !South-Bunt'
the city. When tried before Coun- SKNATOK: I'EI'I'KR: M EDS were the guests of J. A. Harnageand tar.. I.. c. Smltk.' Curreopiiiident Quarter of Swtlon 24, Township 7
ty Judge Bertram C. Mlckler they ST. PETERSBURG-- e n a tor W.iuHi. Range 20 East containing
family Christmas Day. 40
Mrs. Annie E. Ward spent the acres more or lent "FARMER OWNED"
drew fines ranging up to $25 and Claude Pepper, Florida's newly Mrs. Lena Gasklns of Hellbronn The aHBeHRiiient of the mild< proi
her son-in-law and
arty under the mild certificate. issued
costa or 30 days In jail. elected spokesman in Washington, was visiting Mrs J. N. Norman daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Volley McKinney was In the name nf W. 1-'. Hyrd.
--. and Miss 1tlldl'edVebster, daughter Saturday afternoon. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed 318 E. Main St., S., Gainesville, Fla.
in Starke.Mr. .
AfCKITH TOY AH OFFMIMUNOSANFORD of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Websterof according to law the property -
[ Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Knight spent described. therein will be Hold
--Jerry, a baboon In this city, were quietly united in the week-end at Nassau County and 1.lrs. D. A. Abernathy of to the highest\ bidder at the courthouse -
South Florida were relatives door on the first Monday In
the municipal zoo Imagined himself marriage here Tuesday morning.The with relatives. visiting the month of February 19SII. which

the father of a rubber doll received quiet ceremony, performedn Misses Annie Mae and Leila Har- over the weekend.Mr. IB ; 1e1j'thtl""Y of :Pel-runty- 183B' OR
2'ln day of
and Mrs. Glover Rhodes of
v' as Christmas gift. The the of Immediate
a presence only nage spent the Christmas holidays 1936!
anaggle-toothed, brown haired members of the two families, came at Olustee the guests of Miss De- Lake Wales spent the holidays with I (OfFICIAL HKAL)

Afrlnui beast zoo officials said, I
has spent nearly 48 hours show- : of the Senator and Mrs. and Mrs. Marlon Browningof Johnson.Mr. of Bradford. 'ounly Florida ,
ering his undivided affection the slate I and Mrs Olln Graves anu I I.1-2r i v
upon Pepper throughout as Ralford were the guests of Mr.
the toy dull. A whistle In the rubber there has been no previous public I and Mrs. H. L. Edwards Sunday. I little daughter Shirley Lorene. of -' .

back produces a faint squeak announcement of their engage- I Misses Gladys, Mildred and Marie i Daytona Beach, spent the week- I : .- . . ,

when the doll Is squeezed, and Jer- ment. The marrluge ceremony was Knight are visiting friends and I end with relatives. i

ry seems to imagine his newfound performed by the Reverend John 1, relatives at Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Rogers and!

Infant Is trying to speak. He re- L. Horton, pastor of) the Flrbt and Mrs. Tate Alvarez and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Smith and I'
ponds with low Method Church. sons, J.V.. and Paul of \Vlnder-
gutteral growls. children of Rising were the guests
With bared:> fangs! un<..J'Icloull ------.-- I Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Edwards Sun- mere, spent the holidays with their \

lunges he protects the toy from Farmers who cross-breed, pure I i d'y parents, Mr. and Mrs. J A Graves

any who seems Intent upon gain- bred animals may thus wipe out Mrs. R. M. Johnson of Grahamwas and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith. I

ing possession of It. generations of Intelligent livestock I the guest of her son-in-law We are sorry to repot that lit i

-- -- ---- bteednguccorJing to Professor A. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. AncE'l tie Jackie Surrency Is no better at

Runt and corrosion' cause an annual D. Weber of the Kansas State College Norman Thursday night.Mr. this writing and has been removedto ..YSOFPEA

direct less exceeding that Cross Lree
D caused by fire nnd floor combined. not breed true. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. ment.Mr. and Mrs. David Durbin and .Goad....,..Sorl..("....r.............I ,... a ON t outli.ro JlgrfcuIluiUl 1 y.of \ roe Ati FOUa ONLY J

Conner Christmas Day. ..1. Country Hon,l ar *
CouITTHom. !ar y! _
I It.t.ny Mr acd Mrs. L. L: Conner and children of Jacksonville spent the :, Tn.Farm feuraal. l Y.ae 1>> 8 u Tb*Farm Journal. I year. $,i fl .80 ==='
children\ Loren and Elms, were the Fogg. i For On. Tsar r For One Year *==
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Concur -
,. Mj !\ Yearn E\x| .rl>>nce Make It Pos+lble for 1'e to ItrndeiEI'FUIKNT. :! Christmas Day. The Rev. L. G. Hemingway of''

d : IMtO.MPT and. rOl'llTt/OUS SERVICE --. :Otarke: filled his regular appointment |
MOO tit; AfK PRICES 1 at the Baptist Church Sun. ; 1 f odt Country Horn.I1J Mc CALLS
DeWITT C. JONES: day. i 6
'Star! l !<.., Florid Mrs O. E. Crosby, Correspondent Mr. and Mrs. Felton Graves and I THIS G UC$focY rIERHpy -

children of Lake Wales spent several NEWSPAPER .
___ I Mrs Raiford Brown and Mrs. _
with relatives
days last wi-ck!
Raymond Brown and Miss Nona Bcbbie for 1 year and s

w 1 You? r"... ""..T-T-r--J _: .:./ | Brown all of Plant City spent visiting relatives Surrency Sunday of Tampa was
Christmas with !Mr. and Mrs. S. K.
3 Big Magazines (
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std d+r Kelly and Mrs. H. Brown here.
,. ( gives you r.ou.in, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and : II.U.LWonderful I THIS NEWSPAPERfor

s 1 before it breaks+ children spent Christmas as guests large crowd gathered weather In prevailing the Upper a i one full year 9., I
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. I
Room for Bible I
study at the usual
4. down-.. Johns Miss of Hazel New River. hour Tuesday evening The lesson' Q 0 And 4 Big Magazines
I Crosby spent partof
r brought was from Luke 8:11: and

Betty this and week Doris with Crosby.her cousins I dealt with the new birth, and some I'I 1 Magaxlne from Group A s 3: Mig.ilnes from Croup BI j 4 la all
| grains of corn were used to advan- |
OUR BATTERYInspection | Fred Halslop who Is employed In
.- I tage putting over the lesson, es-
j Jacksonville spent the holidays at i I peclally to the children, showing 'i Select Any 3 Magazines $ a
j his home here.
S.rvicz; I how the new life springs from the
t. O \I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bennett of From This List ga..tOs.Maq death of the old; and< the Word of -nu..
I .
,;' V will. Eustis and Mrs. A. H. Johns of I God being the seed sown in the I "'ra. tray _____1 .0110111.....a irdw 1.,T a AwIy' ..,_-
I .Starke were of Mr. 1'0. ,.. a C_ :PaII'ltJ.IournaI
guests and Mrs. human heart which if B H r Horn 4 C properly a a Di., .
ChrUtlan HraJ _I .
Floyd Crosby -- huJ
K'\ ': o I Miss Evelyn Sunday afternoon nourished, brings forth one hundred I'I Flower Cf w.. ___ I -.. A N 1._........M'"OU'" 'M I".( a th.,,_;:,.:.!.!.'.l'n'I : lx
l Crosby of Brookerwas HauM-ald _
Maaadne t a 1 a
\ fold, as we are "begotten I T- taw .tIItn) R Cwtluss..t' 1 yr
:Mrs. a Marcus dinner Conner guest of Mr. and If I the Word." by |I Junior McCall'' Horn MaaniaeMovie (for MoU-mil.ra)_I ,r wr_ a a Jw...e.CI':,Nor.,.'.I........ .. .. .. 11" A 0 Noa io.d" .BIJre4, .'IM". .ItN" .. 11",..

r : Her*'* TccJ:! t New.! Mrs. H. M. McRae and Saturday.daughter. Among those from out-of town ( ClaMiaUedleenlt __ t Tsar'' a .o.a...'"Rood CIaII. I8'1F1, e. a a Moor Frk.d .F .. 1 tr
atttnding was Dan force of Road .... 0 .
Op. CIa, > -2 II n
Odessa, of Pine Level, were vlslt- Jacksonville who with his Parent.' MaaailnePathtindir S 1'-- -"d".U r 1 1rr a IIlmtrol4, 11=e' : ;rr
.', have just ins''ed'! the .JIg :Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby Saturday talinied (x..511)-_I 1''.... 0 'lel.-I.III.. .''. 1,. 0 Ka ft-at L/Ip lyr
"rI'I'v. sons, contributed a trio to the mu- Pictorial BolowPraaroailre 1 ."" a '. ire 0 ....' S .
'. la ?3t type ATLAS te.tin-: sic of the evening; there was alsoa / Farmer -2 i..... 11.1'star' 1 r a P..I'hVria: / . LNr
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. and Bamaarla Storto. I y.or Q ferns lloa' 1rt 0/ e d .
Kelly roMarl
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equipment. It will ten you t'.e p;csiat condit'ou c duet by some M. M. M. girls.A Screoa Book 1 y- a True'nt..I. GrOatf .111 (0 Arrra' 1 rr
baby were guests of her parents Southern AaHeullurUt _I ... ,It loathes t yqCeotu.ecs
male 'Y. '
your battery. Absolut.y: c. --: :.t anJ dipsndablsThe : : : 'I Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Triggers of quartette from Gainesville with their accompanist True World _1r.m t T.ar 0 f"aw,, .. .. .. 1.2".. QWoa.tglyarfd 0 au..1. .,""I' //at.. .. 1"1 lrWoman'

Photo-test shows ccmltion: ot ea'i: Latter Lake Eutler Friday night. expected ? QO1MFrrJanlal' 3yr/ ; .
new : Clove".r 1
I next week and will have .Jo\OT-Ch. aiu of, tht 'fooiuln!! .fcutujof '00"""". "I i" a 1' B ReIM' rr
cell at a glance. The CapaciU.t: i h-d;._...... t.l "v....!:. tot.His. Maude, Proctor and charge of the music. ..''.TIM...0. Start""Ilm,rd if. you wuh. Only tub a C lp loss.AI. utbodr'r" 011:lip'Mia 1 29,..

ing ability and general condition of your batty. i. i.ua: r.o.ia Hue Norman of Lake I Year The l la first meeting of the Newi R Madora Amoriaaa Mocbaabt Girl" Ia-l Tsar I,
j voarI
understand. Valj anticipated as one of unusual i D.hrat.e .... .
terms you can readily were dinner guests of Mr. Y. 1
Interest the subject being Fl ''ud" I y- I,
Failure to keep your battery In good cond"fTt! wil and I Mrs. J. E Norman Sunday. | of much Importance at this season. FDrraal Culturo _' Tsar'
!.Ir... J. E.
Norman returned to
cause starting failures and other battery troublcs- hr home here CENTlEMfSCi I Enclo. S_. pi.... s.n M. a
SaturaJy: after eonll. J, B.. J. C.
Guy Jack, ;, Ott
in cold weather. Our spending o r No. I 0 OfUr Wo. 2 Q j Ott.r No. 3 D OUor No.1
especially Battery: Inspectto- several days: In SouthFlorl.l Junior and Sebron; one brother.
.clrln DiI
-m en Service is free. Use it regularly and save you.jelf ur !!. with relatives. Charlie Rlgdon and four sisters lion to your paper. JAftlrcci with a y.u' aubacrlpo

--.- ---- Mrs. Addle Jackson. Mrs. Jane RIley a L2Nam.
necessary: trouble and excise.BEASLEY'S -
Kt inanoN Mrs. Pink Thornton I
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services for Ed Rlgdon, Lee Finley. Pallbearers -
were: A'I,
SERVICE STATION I M, who d.ed: at his home near Cros- I (). Andreu, H. B. Wiggins, H. Hall. BIz..t J
1 B.F.D Am
i by Lake Thursday afternoon were H. D. Powell, M. L. Matterson, O. 0
PHONE 00 FOR SERVICEISTARKE I held Friday with the Rev. J. T. I R. Goodman. Interment was In

w'sUes' his widow he Is survived by Funeral Home la charge. I jI' 1 I 111 . . . >Itl n



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CAMP ROOSEVELT MEET I In Florida 12icoothem: ; ;; I the merchants find the plan desirable DKDICATION: OF NEW I RISING 1 stored varnish, gasoline( or other the Information. contained in Into

TO DRAW MANYMERCHANTS Believing that: the most progressive they will help to plan future $250,000: STATE ILDI.VO 1 Mian Edna Lewis, Correspondent inflammables In Improper contain- little book and write a reorganization
w JAN. 5-6 merchants of the State will programs directly In accord HELD WEDNESDAY ers, or near heating equipment.Here bPl for the government of
attend the Institute next week and with their own needs. Mrs. David Paulk and daughterof in another major cause of Florida that will save the taxpayers -
will appreciate the opportunity afforded Atlanta. Ga., spent the weekend fire that can be eliminated In five millions of dollars,
CAMP ROOSEVELT The Re- The for next week Includes TALLAHASSEE Dedicating
the Adult School for program ,
1 by with her parent, Mr and minutes. We congratulate Colonel forgivIng
tan Merchants' Institute, to be held practically all phases of retail ceremonies and laying of the cor- lIfrsValtn with materials you
training in merchandising, the Advisory Underbill. Carelessness smoking the people the Information
here January 5-6 under tho joint Committee of Merchantsand I store management, in a kind of nerstone for the new $250.000 addition Sir and Mrs. ,.... C. Conner were Is one of the most common and thank you for a copy of earns
of the merchants of the .
auspices to the State Capitol Buildingwere 1
of the field. It is dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William onuse of fire a cause eras only --Jasper News.
State and the School of School officials have given a bird's-eye-view her.Vednes
University conducted I Alvarez of Ralford last Sun- the habit of thoughtfulness) can --
definite time the of planned that future short courses afternoon by federal state and
Adult Education, marks the new on program day. eliminate.So CIVIL SERVICE
will deal In detail with at least Masonic fraternal offl 'lals.
school's first attempt to serve the 1 the last day to the discussion of II < I I Mrs E J. Lewis spent the weekend If you don't want your nome Civil Service came hard in the
greatest single group of workers plans for future short courses. If four aspects of mercnanaising.MIGHUGJJTS Most Worshipful Grand Master In Brooker with her son-in- to possibly be- among the $400.000.- nation; it will come hard In the r
1 Jesse C. Clark, officiated in laying' law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. N. 000 worth of property that will be.h'stroyt'.1 state. But the mere fact that there
the cornerstone with rites of the C Ml>tt. by fire this coming year, are something like seventy state "
f=LORIUA <<; AAt.'NA1VI t Grand Lodge of Masons of Florida.A Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edwards and or your l loved ones perhaps among I boards and commissions instead of
of federal and state official
l > / son of Crosby Lake spent Sunday the thousands of people whom fire the constitutional five and that the I
connected with construction of the
with Mrs. Edwards' parents, Mr. will kill--resolve to carry on a personal state payroll now runs to more
building, a program of the ceremonies and Mrs. Walter Underhill'
fire prevention; campaign than $1,000,000 a month should be )
1o 4 11.'t 1 ""+el'a3 a..ufQ current coins, and newspa- Tommie Lewis spent the weekend during 1937. And! keep that reso Illustration of the need for Imme-
} Sw4..wr-J'yle. rG t pers dated December 30. were I'I In Jacksonville visiting relatives. lution.TUB t diate reform. Again, abolition of
1p1ISi among articles of present day use .
------ the two-job practice of controlling
sealed Into a copper box In the i I Mr. and Sirs. 13. 1 1. FJlC 'r-A.s.>
II < Delacy and : LAST (T') legislators may depend<< during the
stone. daughter, Girlie, of Lake Wales Jim Lee, State Comptroller, has next four years upon the honesty
ASSOgAllpjl President Roosevelt and Administrator spent Wednesday visiting Mr. and published! and circulated a little and good will of GovernormeetCone
Harold L. Ickes. who were Mrs. E. C. Lewis book entitled "List of Employeesof but In the long run It depends .
unable to attend, were representedby Mr. and Mrs. Zary Crawford and State of Florida," giving the only upon the safeguards)
Col. Horatio B. Hackett, Assist- children were guests of Mr. and mime of every one on the payrolland erected by law. Miami Dolly:
\f'r ant Public Works Administrator.With Mrs Drew Reddish of llellbronn the amount received.l News.
Secretary of State R. A. Gray Springs last Sunday.We .... .
I This is the first time In the his- --- -----
acting as master of ceremonies, I are sorry to report that Leon tory of the state that this Inform- Three !Southern;' football renter
4tr4d,4. addresses were made by Col. Hack- : Conner Is on (the sick list this week. ation has been<< compiled, and If of last season rated all-American
t ett, Commissioner of Agriculture His many friends wish him n politics can stop Jim It will be the consideration-.Moose Stewart L.
Nathan Mayo, Superntendent, of(1;I speedy recovery. last. S. U., Carl Hinkle. Vanderbilt
Public Instruction W. S. Cawthon i Remember the Conner
Cemetery Any honest<< legislator can take and Walter Gilbert of Auburn.
I Comptroller J. SI. Lee, Treasurer I II working Jan. 8. .-- --' ...- -. -.. ----- -- .-.--._-- --- -

I I W.Cary V.D.Knott Landis and Attorney Governor General Dave I''I ONE: IMPORTANT RESOLUTIONMost : And the- Worst- is -Yet- to Come--

W'4n+ Sholtz. I New Year's resolution

if '' fir The new Capitol wing, made possible don't survive the second of Janu-
j by state funds and a PWA ary. But there are a few resolves
grant, will alleviate cramped con- that all of un should make and
Y/NTE2 COLONY 0? ditions in the building which officials keep. One of them could well be, I

SP/Q/TUAL/STS TilE tt say has been present for many "111 do my part to protect my .,
years and particularly noticeable i property and the lives of my loved
WOGID LOCATED i 9". during the present administration.It ones from fire."

KOGDAS is expected,that the new build- I During the past year, the fire
iI' t"s. '3 Ing will be completed for use by' loss has tended to rise. Part of the

.J. "*-vI*.** M"" the time the 1937 legislature convenes increase Is doubtless due to Increases =: h
",,,:!I't 1.:.':;;"'',.Vi'S"SFMfCffsnne'.'{ ,., <$ -:!..."., .. In property values. But the 1
;;y.\J' \ ...} ":a., +. ".'''-4' .. -..s principal factor Is human Indifference _
,, I" < LAWTEY'
\ .
.U II I:!' : ..$ 1l:} Ignorance. .
SOUTHEAST 7 '''I'.w, \. \Vk\?.'JO.I"-.5V &A.7ZJ2MS2cfCOWMBUS.GA.;/ O. .. Pkllllp.. C.r.......... 1 The refusal of millions of citizens i iI 4 a a i 2j1Ati

D.EiAND t zlv A' ::' ; ;'# Filling Station Open to do anything to prevent fire -
yleurN l IDElAN I might be understandable If the Job
D fi.p'l$ MADE A The recently completed filling required a lot of money. But It Mi
tt'. of W. H. Edwards has recently doesn't. It Is of
;$fi\\ MOST UNUSUAL station expensive course,
: .:t rM ei>:<._..
..1' 'J ''W' been opened with a com- to rebuild a deficient house In accordance i
\J. CA7CMV ra
/\' plete line of Standard Oil Co. products with the best fireresistant -
: 4.1> ,
ZO'A. r.a aNv i iI
--BH ..., and the operators announce standards. But a large pro- ;
I ,. / A'W -L.d.f...' ""- they are in position to do wash- portion of the most potent and ordinary 1A
,......'- : Ing, polishing and greasing of cars hazards can be completely I
Comparatively few Floridians know croquet grounds. The lectures on spiritualism and servicing of same Contractor eliminated without spending a i

that right in their midst is located the as a science, are always well attended Judd of Starke Tuesday began the cent.For
LARGEST WINTER GATHERING of and attract many people from all construction of three tourist cab- example, there Is an excellent
Ins In the rear of this station for chance that attic and
SPIRITUALISTS IN THE WORLD. For parts of the state. your i-r; 4 4I
the benefit of persons who desireto basement are jammed with old
the catches in his-
41 years they have been coming to CasOne of strangest stay over for short periods.Seahourd magazines and newspapers, discarded
sadaga Florida, from all over the earth tory was enacted by D. A. Turner of clothes and broken down
for the annual assembly meeting which Columbus Ga., in 1933 while fishing in Improve Properly furniture. Thoucnds of fires have 1

extends from January through March. Lake Dexter on the St. Johns River. A started In such trash- -and every
. --'" Here on Sundays Tuesdays and Thursnine pound bass struck 'his live bait A large force of workmen of' one of these fires could have been I
days, outstanding mediums give public which worked its way through its gills the Seaboard Air Line Railway prevented had property owners

demonstrations of group clairvoyance stringing the bass on the line. A seven- have recently completed the lay- simply avoided such worthless ac- y ;
of the -
of culvert east shipping ,
independent writing and other phases of pounder made another terrific strike on and Improving the street cumulations.It ,... -

,:' psychic phenomena. Cassadaga is quite the now free minnow and became securely by platform placing a new rock foundation Is also probable that some IL .J'1L'h'1.9.' ... -..
an interesting community. It has a smart hooked. To Mr. Turner's amaze- along same which will be of great where about your home you have =-': _

hotel modern cottages beautiful audiment, he found he had two great bass, benefit during the shipping season. ----

torium, library, woman's club and many running in all directions on the line, but I 10IDA 4ilgtf. klfiHISm rt.y r+* ,
diversified amusements including conhe landed them both after a hard strug Warm "'t'llthnpproc'lated $ n

certs dance navilion. shuffleboard and gle.What The spring like weather we have I

experienced for the past several F' ,
days has greatly aided strawberry r rse

1 Do You Need plants to grow and large amountsof s
bloom are reported from all ,>,r cA/NT ya .

growers. :
Lust UVek for Pajlitg THAt \ca '

i In Printed Forms, Office Supplies, or Social Stationery? I Dlxrount &*i- % 'P/SCOPAG '

(Don't tell us you don't need ANYTHING !) Lawtey property owners are ad- ';,'p? eeci.i.1rf' 4? 1
, vised that this is the last week to ""ft!it 1

. obtain the two per cent discounton : t/ACkSONWLLE v
t LETTER HEADS RUB STAMPS!\ AND PADS City of Lawtey property and jy r1 r. a r5f ,;o. 1' 1 r /
City Clerk Phillips advises all who -* M .7O2/DA'

For business purposes and social usage. You find new uses every day for rub can to take this time to pay their

Special attention given to work in two or ber stamps and the time you save will soon 1936 taxes before it is too late. ,
more colors. Your letter head should be a pay for them. Also best quality inking IIr: "M i r' \ '

work of art-get away from the scratchpad pads. PerNonal

variety Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown, Jr., of r
Tallahassee spent the holidays with '
& '
his parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. W. I y,

ENVELOPES Of course you knew we carried typewriter B. Spencer, division managerof ': ; '. /t.7e: \
the Florida Power & Light Co. i 1
Sure, you can buy them already stamped ribbons but what about the adding
from the Government but they will have machine? We have them too and the pa- ogf here Palatka was a business visitor. )I

about as much personality 'and individuper rolls which add to see Tuesday
upon you up Mrs. Effle Miner and daughter.Miss I !' ..
I ality" as another striped suit at the State how much money you'd have if everyone Beatrice, were shopping in i i 4. '. .r a i\ v

iTison Farm. paid the bills you send them and you did Jacksonville Wednesday.Miss .

n't have to pay the ones they send you. Luella Tatum of DeLandwas :

l visiting relatives here Friday.Mr. d I IIt
', STATEMENTSSome : and Mrs. G. W. Roberts were
A SECOND SHEETS visiting relatives at Hastings Sun
business houses stopped sending I day. S

these out during the depression but the No use to buy expensive papers when 1 Mrs O. J. Anders and Mrs ..JI r] It r

time has come when :you can reasonably appearance doesn't count, but if you do I M. Reddish were visitors to Jacksonville : ,
expect a fair return on your investment in need) the best we can furnish watermarked I Tuesday. /
We have bond in all sizes-even that extra long leprice -I Miss Marion Sapp of Jackson -y i Wes
a three cent stamp. a very special -
vine Is visiting friends her" thin
gal size that you can never borrow frorr.: ..
on statemerts. your friends. Also that thin onion skin week. TJ.lE6.eASS
for Mrs. W. H. Biggs and Mrs E O
making copies. + ,
Wells were visiting relatives* in
I CARDS Starke Tuesday. .I 11 i ? A THOUSAN
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Marsh of

I For business political and social uses. ODDS AND ENDS Tampa who have been visiting at --, ...r. usESI
the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. R '
Either printed, engraved or embossed. Rubber bands I
clips all kinds of
gem ,
Reddish returned to their home 1' bird
ST. ANDREWS EPISCOPAL Rules yardsticks carriages
Too many styles! to name, but samples are binders! even ink in quart bottles, we can Tuesday. | flower }
CHURCH located at Duval and Florida irrigating pipe stands parasols
here for your inspection and all prices are save you money on all of these. There I Miss Lucille Plummer Is visiting bows and .
Ave., Jacksonville, is one of the 13 ar- spears, musical instruments
must be other
things friends In Miami this
escape us just week. ,
\ reasonable. now, but :you can ask.LEGAL Herbert I Hllllard of Valrlco Is1'I chitecturally perfect churches in Amer- arrows, boats, fans, pens, matting, hats,
... visiting relatives here this week.F. ica I It is a marvelous example of books art brushes and numerous other
I R. Carradlne was a business Gothic architecture and, as such, has inspired articles are made from bamboo. Today
WEDDING INVITATIONS visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday. I praise by celebrated writers in numerous varieties of this useful plantare

,1 BLANKS Miss Elva Lee Reddish Is visit- j various parts of the world. It was erect- to be found growing throughout the

The folder type in white or the new- Don't bum I legal I blanks buy them Ing relatives In Jacksonville this ed in 1887 and today is the oldest church South yet in spite of its possibilities,
;\ ivory color. If you must economize: I on this from us. We your have everything-you'll need week. I i 1 building still standing in Jacksonville.Its several million dollars' worth of Calcutta

I II) item we have a line that looks like engravwhetber you're buying a cow or mortgag- Next Monday evening at even I I bell, now one of the few remaining in bamboo is imported annually from India
o'clock the new city council and the city, was given by nine little girls to make expensive fly rods! and split
e ing, feels like engraving, but doesn't cost ing your home. Our blanks will do
every- I
like thing but the other city officers will take their who banded together to form St. An- bamboo rods for American fishermen.
engraving. pay mortgage. places for the new year. I I drews Guild. Although struck several Millions of bamboo fishing poles and

\ Mr. and Sirs. C. C Prevatt and times by lightning: it is a singular fact more than 450 tons of canned bamboo
Get 29 On The Telephone, Please, James children were visiting at Orlando I that the church spire has never been shoots are imported yearly into the

during the holidays. seriously damaged.The United States from China and Japan.
Friends of Raymond Plummer giant BAMBOO: which thrives in American manufacturers would willingly ( -
Bradford will be pleased to learn that he U I Florida has an amazing number of ] buy bamboo from Florida growers if ;
County recovering from an appendicitis
," Telegraph I operation In a Miami ootpltal very! uses. In China the Chinese houses as they would supply dependable amounts

satisfactorily .well, as furniture are made of bamboo. of material. ,


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Eastern Star Brownlee-Brinson I i Wedding Manse\ lie-Jennings w M. S. Circles For 1937Members I TALLAHASSEE-The Supreme

Installs New OfficersTwo 'Beautiful Church CeremonyA j Mis- Court of Florida will begin a new
Friends of Mrs. J. L. Jennings, of the Woman's term Jan 12 with election of a _
,3ocictJIJ beautifully decora ted wedding marked by distinguished who was formerly Miss Marguerite t sionary Society of the Methodist I II Justice. The term of the

Christmas trees and arrangements I charm and beauty was Manselle, will be Interested in the Church have been divided into new i chief justice is two years. He

of poinnettiaa provided the back that of Miss Mamie Hinely Brta- following clipping taken from a I circles for the year 1037, and the elected by his fellow justices. The m

ground In which the annual Instal- I son, daughter of Mrs S. S, Brin- Tampa paper. Mrs. Jennings Is the president has appointed Mrs.' W. retiring chief Is Justice J. B. Whit

lation of officers of Starke Chap- son and the late Mr. Brinson of niece of Mrs. L. A. Rennolds and E. Middleton as leader for Circle field.

r. Visitor EntertainedOne Birthday Party ter No. 166, Order of the Eastern Bainbridge, Ga.. and John Milton was at one time a resident of Number One and Mrs. C. L. Stock-

Star was recently held. Brownlee, son of Mr. and Mrs J. Starke. well as leader for Circle Number cry at the South: door of the Court

of tbe loveliest parties of Miss Nettle Dowling entertaineda Traditional dignity, beauty and an M. Brownlee of Starke which was Mlas I Marguerite Manaelle, Two. Below are given the names Florida House of, to Bradford the highest County and In bent Stark-bid
i the holiday season among the few friends Wednesday eveningIn of members belonging to each cir der for cash to-wlt:
solemnized at Saturday
exchange of social courtesies were 4 o'clock on daughter of Mrs. Avis A. Man- In NK
One acre corner of
celebration of her sixteenth NE'
i I younger set was the one given I attributes of an occasion which afternoon, December 26 In the Belle of Tampa and Dr. J. L. Jennings cle: of N 13'/4 of 'Section 22, and thJ
Saturday evening by Miss Juan- birthday anniversary.The f First Circle No. 1: Mrs. W. E. Middle- Wry of of Section
i proved Impressive and enjoyableto Baptist Church at Bainbridge Jr., of Danville, Va., were 14, all r.E; Township: 7
Barefoot, at the home of her living room was gaily dec- ton, leader Mrs B. M. South
i, Ha friends as well as a number of Ga. The ceremony was per marl red Christmas morning at Montgomery Mange 20 East; also a one-sixth;
Mr. and Mrs P. M. Barefoot orated In the holiday colors of red Mrs. Smith, Mrs. A. undivided interest In
parent prominent visitors from other i formed by tbe Rev. J. E. Ward 10:30: o'clock at the home of the Hogan I B"A of
l Miss Helen Steele of and green, also potted plants were W. Anderson Z Adklns 8WV4 and NW% of 8W% and
honoring Miss Verna of the Mrs. A. ,
chapters. / Bullard, a i pastor church. bride's mother. The Rev. E. C. HWli of NWy4 In Section 13 and
Gainesville, who Is spending the used to advantage. After presentIng past grand matron of the Grand First Christian Miss Amelia Ray,, Miss Olive Ray, Ely I of NF.4 of SBH In Section
of the -
The chancel was banked with Nance, pastor
and of Section ,
gifts to the hostess, the guests 14. NKV. 2 all In
: Starke.
Mrs. L. E.
holidays F. Smith Mrs.
Chapter of Florida, served as Installing ferns and bamboo against which Church, performed the cere- Charley Tuwnnhlp. 7'80uth, Range 20 f
I of red berries arranged played merry games. In a drop- Johns, Mrs. W. P. Smith, Mrs. J. P. Kant.
Quantities officer and\. was assisted by of relativesand ,
ping bean contest Marlon Dowlingand i stood tall white standards holding mony In the presence A. O. ANDREU,
In baskets and vases and Mrs. Susie Morrison, a pant grand altar candles. a few close friends. Warren, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mrs. Sheriff
C a beautifully decorated Christmas Sam Simpson were I chaplain, as grand chaplain; Mrs. Miss F. H. Long, Mrs. Pearl Simpson, Bradford County Florida.
Margaret Conger, accompanied surprise 1-I-St..l..O
novelty prizes; and In the bouquetof The marriage comes as a
tree were used as decorations In 'Ethel Brown, past grand marshal, Mrs. A. F. Sauls, Mrs. W. G. Halle.
at tbe Mrs M. E.
flowers contest organ by announcementof
the living and dining rooms, which Margaret Lowry as grand marshal; and Mrs. Juan as no previous Mrs. J. F. Colley, Mrs. W. H. SfOTlfK OF APPLICATION
and Emmett Perryman won prizes. O'Neal, sang, "Because" (d'Hardelot the engagement bad been made. FOR TAX DEED
t'opened ensuite. Ita Bohannon as grand organist. Struth, Miss Kate Struth, Miss Se .
Refreshments were served in the ). Mrs. O'Neal used the "Bri The was performed beneath ( at Bill "Ne. 183)
Miss Lillie McRae presented the Virginia Maxwell, Mrs W. B. NOTICE! IS HEREBY O1VKN.: That
dining room from an attractively dal Chorus" from Lohengrln to announce an archway of asparagus C. J. Powell holder of Tax Certificate -
; retiring worthy matron, Mrs. Delia the approach of the bridal and Parks, Mrs. Miriam Kickliter. No. 626, iHHlied the 7th., day of
table, centered fern between the room
arranged by a large living
served f i Hoover, with the past matron'sJewel. Circle No. 2: Mrs. C. L. Stock- July, A. D. mo. No. 628. UBued the
'birthday cake on which burned party. McDowell's "To A WildRose" dining room. Large baskets of 7th., day of July A. D. 1930 and l-i:
well, leader, Mrs. A. Wood, Mrs. Titus feoneb
, Certificate
of i No. 620 l the 7th
was played softly duringthe
,sixteen pink tapers. Pink and white gladioli were placed on each
Olson, Mrs. Sam Anderson day of July A. D. 1(30, has filed
: assisted by Miss Margaret Pearce, green was the color motif used in Mrs. Edna Hart presented chap- ceremony and Mendelssohn's side and palms and small bowls of same In my office and has made application

t f" Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, and Mrs. L. the table arrangements; extendingfrom ter gifts to Mrs. Hoover, Miss Bul Wedding March was used as re- flowers were arranged about the Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs. H. B. for tax deed to be issued

i" 'J. Green. On each plate was a favor the electrolier above the table lard, Mrs. Morrison, Mrs. Brown ._.._.._.._.lnn"l n.._. .m..__.._.'_"_, .. I rooms. The mantle, which was I McLendon, Mra. O. L. Beasley, Mrs brace thereon.the following Said certificate d..rl em '

\ of red berries tied with a bow were alternate pink and green and Mrs. Bohannon. Mrs. Hart The bride waif given In marriageby banked with fern, held white tap- ;j Carl Johns, Mrs. A. W. Redgrave, erty In the County of Bradford. ,

''d or silver ribbon. streamers reaching to the plate for:I also, in behalf of Mrs. Hoover, pre her brother:,. Sheldon Brinson, ers and a basket of pink gladioli.A Mra. A- H. Green, Mrs. L. S. Hut- State Certificate of Florida No., to-wit 528 embrace: Lots

v/ Those enjoying the party with each guest. Fruit punch, cake and sented gifts to each of the 1936 of. and was attended by Miss Jane program of music was given to, Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. Carrie Seven, Eight Starke of Block ,Lt..Rlsing'aAddltloa
4. ", t' the hostess and honoree were: divinity fudge were served by the ficers. Appropriate remarks featured Harrell as maid of honor and by by Miss Maybelle West, vocalist, Bitch W. Mrs. J. W. White, Mrs. O. Quarter of to Northwest. Quarter. Northwest Southof

t k 1'1' Misses Grace Dew, Willa Vida Kll- hostess' mother, Mrs. Mrs. S. S. each presentation. Miss Billy Bob Howell as Junior accompanied by Mrs. Bertram White, Mrs. L A. Davis, Mrs Ninth I Street Sfctlon. 28 Township
W. A. Bessant 6 South Range 22 East
Jr., Mrs. L D.
. "" n ; Un".' worth, Dorothy Ellen Steele, Dowling, and Mrs. James Godboldof Miss/ McRae, the new worthy bridesmaid.A. Johnston. Miss West sang "0 Pro- Certificate No. 528, embrace, Loin
i' "!. Jacksonville. matron gave an Inspiring address. E. Wall, Jr., of Starke acted< mise Me," "I Love You Truly" and Green, Mrs. D. E. Knight, Mrs. O. Ten Eleven, Twelve, Thirteen
Margaret Pearce and< Ralph I .
L. Fourteen of Block c' Klxlng' Addition
Haynes, Miss Amy Coburn,
Several of the visitors made as Mr. Brownlee's
pleas- best The
Rhodes Invited to this pleasant affair man. Mrs. Johnston played "To A Wild to I Stark, In Northwest Quarter -
Sam Simpson, Everett McKinney were: Margaret Lowry, Juanita Ing remarks after which lovely refreshments ushers were Ed McKenzie Bill Rose." "Lelbeatraum" was played Miss Florence Wood. of Northwest Quarter South of

N. T. and Tommy Rltch. were served by tbe Simmons, Leon Kahn and Charles The circles will meet Monday, Ninth Street Section 28 Township 8
r Barefoot, Sam Simpson, Harold softly during the ceremony and South, Range 22 East.
Bishop, Marlon Dowling, Jean Da- committee. Willis, all of Bainbridge. the traditional wedding marches January 4, at three o'clock. Circle 1-3 of Certificate No. 629, em
r No. One will be entertained brace All Block D, Mining's Addition -
Visitors from Gainesville Miss Harrell by
vis, Emmett Perryman, Carol were: was gowned in a were used. to Starke In a -
t REAL White, Jenelle Hutchins, Ralph Miss Verna Bullard Mrs. Ethel dark blue silk model with which The bride wore a two-piece suit Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Circle No. ter of Northwest Quarter eu't of ,.
Brown, Mrs. Susie she Two will be entertained by Mrs. J. Ninth Street Section 28 Township ft 1
:1 Rhodes, Margaret Pearce and Billy Morrison, Mrs. wore matching accessories.Her of tan wool. The revers of the W. South Range 22 East
Juanlta Bohannon, Mrs. Laura flowers White. The AsKeiwment of the said
Jackson. were a corsage pink coat were trimmed with Martenfur property -
',. I; ESTATEIF -._,__,--.T--_- Carmichael, Mrs. Bell Thompson, rosebuds. and a brown taffeta scarf was y 626. 528 under and the 1.3 said of S2 Certificates Issued' was No.In
' Mrs. Lula Tomkles Mrs. Miss Howell Executive Board Meeting the of John A. ....
'i'l Virginia was gowned in a worn at the neckline. Her hat was : name Curtis .pec-
>; YOU WANT TO U. D. C. Will Meet WednesdayThe I tively.
, BUY SELL | Baxley, Mrs lola Satchel, and Mrs. blue taffeta model fashioned on of brown Imported velour and she The meeting of the executive tTnl..... said certificate' shall be
W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. Minnie Means. Also, Mrs. Ella similar lines and she carried a wore brown accessories and a corsage board of the Woman's redeemed according to law the
1'1"' :" s\ SEE USI' C. will meet Wednesday, January Sassee of Salt Lake City, Utah, colonial bouquet of pink rosebud!!! of orchids. held at the club building will Thurs-be old property to the described hlghet therein bidder will at the be

6, at three o'clock In the afternoon and Mrs. Cora Senfest of Robinson, i The young 'bride was attired in Miss Sara Houser maid-of-hon- court-house door on the first Mon
day, January 7, at 3:30: o'clock. month of ,
WILSONREALTY In Lawtey, at the home of Mr. and Maine were welcomed visitors. a light gray suit with matching or, wore a suit of dusky rose crepe J a.r.clhnI'.h. I the 1st., day February of February J8J7.:

Mrs. George W. Roberts. Hostesses accessories. Her flowers were orchids 1937.
I' .f\ CO. with a brown satin blouse and IIIII'RIFJI"S ""..F: Dated this 1st. day of January,
:-f : Mrs. Roberta, Mrs. Hal Edwards Lamb-Grew i and lilies of the valley arranged brown off-the-face model hat She J, NOTICE A. IS HEREBY GIVEN, That 1937.'
Mrs. Effle Miner and Mrs in a shoulder I Andrei, an Sheriff of Brad (OFFICIAL SEAL) ,
'' Marriage AnnouncedMr. corsage. wore ford
>.< I matching accessories and a j, County Florida under and by A. J. THOMAS
Annie E. Dinklns.p Mrs. Brinson wore a gray dress corsage of talisman roses. virtue of that certain Writ of Exe- Clerk of Circuit Court of t
and Mrs. James Lamb an- I with a gray hat and her corsage cution issued out Of the-' nfloj nt.'_ ."xunder Bradford County, Florida. !
Herbert D. Cameron attende the hand and Ioeal'or. the; 1.1.61,1-30
nounce the marriage of their I was of pink rosebuds. Dr. Jennings as bes. man. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Brad- I
daughter, Audrey, to John Grew of Mrs. Brownlee also chose II ford County Florida and bearing
gray An informal reception for th e! date the 4th day of September A. l>.
TO HOUSEWIVES Boston, Mass., on Saturday, Dec. for her gown which she wore with wedding guests was held after th I 19i6: on that certain deficiency doe
26, at 10 o'clock in the a hat tree made and entered by the Hon.
morningin gray and a corsage o rose SPECIAL :
The bride's table A. Z. Adkln
ceremony. was I a* Judge of the Circuit
ON THE Jacksonville. buds. Court of I
FENCE centered with a three-tiered wedding I of the Eighth Judicial Circuit
Mrs. Grew married In Florida. In and for Bradford
a Immediately after the
I ceremony cake, surmounted with a miniature County, In Chancery, In that car
dark blue ensemble with matching Mr. and Mrs. Brownlee left for a bride and bridegroom., tain foreclosure of mortgage where PROGRAMAt 1
ABOUT MILKA accessories.Mr. in The Federal and Bank of Colum-
short wedding trip. They will make Mrs. Manselle, mother of the,, I hla, a corporation,, la plaintiff and
and Mrs. Grew will make their home in Aloyer
i Starke. bride Hough Kt. Al. are defend-
wore a dress of '
their home in Jacksonville. I Mrs. beige crepe ante. which aid deficiency decree In
Brownlee Is Starke
FEW a niece of Ex- with a finger tip of dubonret crepe. of record l In Chancery Order Airport
THE MANY REASONS WHY MATIIEW'S Governor and Mrs Cary A. Har- Her accessories of and page 105 of the public 'dO..ki j
DAIRY MILK IS SUPERIOR: W. M. U. Societies to Meet dee of Live Oak. She was gradu- she wore a corsage of gold beige pom led Bradford upon,County the following Florida, I dencrlbed have lev-

ated from the: land*- of the Bald
Florida State College defendant Mover

1. ONLY DAIRY SERVING STARKE AND VICINITY The three circles of tbe Bap- for Women pom cbry anthemuqJs. Hough, lying and being In Bradford
r USING BOTTLE FILLER AND CAPPER. tist W. M. U. will be entertainedby In the class of 36, Dr. and Mrs. Jennings will be at County Florida, and will on Monday
and is a member of Alpha Delta the Int. day of February A. D. 193'i
the president, Mrs. A. M. Darby Pi home at Gasparilla inn, at Boca during the legal hour.* of Bale thereon .
2. ONLY DAIRY USING POWER BRUSHES FOR at her home Monday afternoonat sorority For the last term Grande, after Jan. 1. cell the ..aid land at public out-
she was a member of the ,
CLEANING. three o'clock. Mrs. Jennings, a native of Fort
school faculty., Myers, came to Tampa about five; Invention Brings Joy
3. OUR EFFORTS ARE NOT ON SALESMANSHIP Mr. Brownlee Is' the son of Mr.
Book Review Club years ago from Lake Wales, where To Women Who Iron
BUT ON THE QUALITY OF PRODUCTS PRO- and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee of Starke.In she lived for some time. She attended -

DUCED. The Book Review Club, a depart June, 1933, he was graduated Southern -
aa0 from College in Lake- Drudgery Abolished by Use of
ment of the Woman's the University of Florida, and
Club, will I land and Florida State College for Wonderful Iron

'SOLD IN ALL LEADING GROCERY STORES IN STARKEMATHEWS' meet Thursday night, Jan. 7, at his fraternities include Sigma Al- Women. She is a charter memberof FLY FOR50c

7:30 o'clock at the home of Dr. and pho Epsilon, social; Alpha Seta the Derby Dusters' Riding club. Women
everywhere are
Mrs. H. B. McLendon. Sabres, honorary. He is employedas praising
Jennings, son of Dr. J. L. this wonderful iron with which
DAIRYWE a scout they
with the United
--r Jennings, of Danville
Va., Is a na- do their ironing in less than half
Dutton Brookfleld of Kansas Department of Agriculture, tive of that city. He attended the time-without
Qu IS'ITEOl'n INSPECTION City, a slx-foot-seven-lnch center,, I Bureau of Entomology and Plant Washington and Lee drudgery-with-
University at
I Quarantine soiling clothes and at almost -
Is Missouri's tallest basketball headquarters in Richmond, Va., University of no expense.
Gainesville.Out .
'player this season. North Carolina at Chapel Hill, N.
Heated .
without using wood, coal,
..... of town wedding
I finest
---- - -- C., and was
were: Senator S. A. Hinely, Mrs graduated from the ,' gas, electricity, gasoline, kerosene, Come Out and Se an ordinary
college of University ot' alcohol, charcoal Stock Car
Cary A. Hardee, Miss or carbide, this
NEW FLA. Mary Virginia Virginia in Richmond. He served
4-LB. CARTON JEWEL Day, Live Oak; Mr. and Mrs. his amazing iron keeps heating while
interneshlp in orthopedics and CRASH A FLAM-
being used.Women .
SYRUP GREEN'SSTORE John McMurry, St. Louis, Mo. also
; as resident
physician at the
LARD 52c Mrs. J. B. Brinson, Mrs. J. B. Brin University hospital at Madison Iron in comfort while using ING WALL of SOL-
it with no hot stoves to fret
son, Jr. and J.
B. Brinson Jr., WIs., and has .
recently been resident over, no labor of ID BOARDSAbout
Monticello; Mr. and Mrs. D. W. keeping up coal
Brinson, Vans Brinson physician at the Tampa hospital. or wood fire, no danger of explosion -
Wardlow He is now In 3:00: P. 1\(.
engaged the
U1IOLR GRAIN using gasoline, alcohol
Brinson Jr. Madison Mr. etc.,
? ; and .
practice of medicine at Boca
MULLETEACH Mrs. Vans no starch sticking, smutting or ADMISSION FREE
Randall, St. f
RlCE.51bs.23c CASH & CARRY Mr. and Mrs J. M. Brownlee Petersburg; Grande. He Is a member of Beta scorching fine linen.
Mrs Theta Pi social :
fraternity and Phi
STARKE, FLA. J. E. Wilson and A.E. Wall Starke; Rho Sigma medical Housewives of Bradford County FLIGHTS OVER JACKSONVILLE -

and Miss Ollle Dell, Gainesville; fraternity can see this unusual Iron without AND RETURN $3.75

THIS IS THE LAST WEEK Miss Frances Gray Thomas, Quin- Members obligation by writing for further PER PASSENGER. FOUR
THAT PREMIUMS WILL BE cy; Miss Jean Paullin, Pelham of the 1936 Indiana Information. Edna Lewis, Starke PASSENGERS EACH TRIP.
University football team used 13% Fla., Route 2.
GIVEN.GOOD Ga., and Miss -Adv, 1!
Betty Scott, Talla- miles of tape during the grid sea

\ K WHITE hassee. -eon .- :grace distinctive flowers I I

t BACON Lb. 18c ROUND STEAK lb. 20c I: And the \Worst is Yet to Comer I cherry Jacksonville at herschel I i

Lb. 25c smart renter '
piece unusual cortages

.: PET OR CARNATION FLORID flowers for gifts

MILK, tall can 7c ORANGES Doz 5c I




s n> PKO. HAMS Lb. 20c d [ill

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HOME r.Rorvn NECK BONES 3 Lbs. 25c [ EVERY

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box BEEF STEW 'tb. 10c3 ) TAMPA TIMES

ASPIRIN Box 3c I"RF.1oi1i i I -

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QUARTJAR HAMS. Lb. 19c e r4' ,.'
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PORK CHOPS, Lb. 18c + .. Entertaining!: ,, \

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I i Mr add IrB: L W'c., :and I Friends ot Mrs N F Guilfordwill Mr and Mrs J P. Warren had :Miss: Ruth Sternberg, L. A. I' Mrs. A. A. Johns of Frostproofand

I children spent! Christmas with be pleased to learn that she! is I as. their guests during the holidaysMr Holmes, and Mr and Mrs E. I... :Mrs. Avis, :Mansell of Tampaare

w :Mrs. Kerce a parent, Mr. and Mrs. improving after undergoing" an operation and Mrs. C. C. Smith Miss :Matthews: attended the holiday the house guests of Mrs. L. A.
Bits of E. W. Tompkins In Riuford. for appendicitis in QUit I Mary Elizabeth and Miss Lorraine dance given by the Dew Draggers Rennolds. Mrs. Rennolds and her

man on Christmas Day. Smith of Tallahassee Club In St. Augustine Saturday. guests spent Tuesday In Alachua

Mrs. L. L. Byrne of Red Springs, I --.- While there they were the guestsof visiting friends. and relatives,

N. C., Is the guest! of Mrs. W. S. The Friday afternoon meeting of W. H. Jones and Mrs. M. L. May- Mrs O. J. Griffin and Owen Thursday Mrs. Rennoldn, MnI.

local Nevb'I Gibson at the home of Mr. and Mrs.T. the Woman's Christian Temperance nard of Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. J. Griffin. Johns, and Mrs. Mansell accompanied

I N. Kendrlck. Union will be held New Year's B. Alexander and! Mlas Mildred! Alexander --- ,, by Homer Johns were visiting
W. H. Struth had
Mr. and Mrs. In St.
day with the President, Mrs. F. A. of WaUo! were dinner Augustine.
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND I Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert Black of Scott. guests of Mr. and! Mrs W. B. Alex- I as their guests during the holidays! I
W. L. Edwards; and
Mr. and Mrs.
AND TOWN Lake Christmas with ander Christmas Day Many a maid the world over ban
daughter, Fredrika, Mr. and I MM
\Mrs. Black's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. B. F. Flowers, of Ocala, returned Frank G. Buuknight, Mr. and Mrs. slept with a sprig of yarrow beneath

T. N. Kendrick. I to her home Monday.! aftera Mr and Mrs. A. Geiger of Green W. G. Struth and daughters.. Shir- her pillow, hoping that it
would her the of her
Cove the bring man
Springs are announcing
here her son-in-law
visit with and
ley and Elizabeth, and! son. William -
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Demorest, daughter, Mr. and -Mrs. Paul E. arrival of a son, born Thursday, allot dreams.
and Miss Fouraker,
It of Archer is the Claude Wltcher of Tampa was
Betty Stone Dec. 24th, In a Palatka hospital.
of Pavo, Ga., have moved here for Canova.
of Virginia Anderson. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. the winter and they are occupying He has been named Nelson Doyle. Jacksonville Some dental experts say good I

North during the holidays.Mrs. Mrs. teeth aid In developing and shaping -
the Holiday residence. Miss Addle Baisden, Miss Rosa Geiger was formerly Miss Mr. and Mrs. K. U. Duncan hadas

Mrs. N. D. Wainwright spent Baisden, Mri. Alice Jones and Ted Georgia Doyle. their guests during the holidaysMr. ; each bone In the head.
In Jacksonville. F. E Call and children of
Wednesday Miss Madeline Totiipkins of Ral- Stilley of Jacksonville and R. C. and Mrs. R. E.: Theis and Shir-
N. C. the of
Charlotte, are guests
ford Is the house guest of her sister (Red) Buford of Groveland, spent Mrs. David Paulk and small ley Theis of Jacksonville, Mr. and
Mrs. H. C. Bitch spent Mondayat Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch. and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs the holidays here with relatives.Mr. daughter Maigle Fay, who spent! Mrs. M. M. McMillan, Mr. and Mrs.

the State Farm visiting Mrs. H. B. L. Kerce. the holidays with her parents, Mr. J. M. McMillan, Miss Eleanor! Mc-

M. Richard Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Holtzen- and Mrs. L. D. Green and and Mrs. Walter Underhill, left Millan and Mr. Raymond McMillanof

dorf of Hernando were visiting Sunday for Baldwyn Miss.. for a Stockton, Alabama, and Mrs.
Mrs. C. O. Dupls and Misses children, Edwin, Inman and
Mrs Delma McKenzIe of Jack- here during the holidays. several month's visit. Mr. Caulk
Smith of Tennllle. Ga.
Ruth and Jean Dupls, all of Ala- spent the holidays in Mayo Ellse'l
sonville was a visitor here last will Join her there.
chua were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Green's mother, Mrs. [ I
Thursday. Billy Blakely of Lake City spent
Mr. and! Mrs. Carl Shepperd of
the week-end with Warren WInk- Mrs. W. B. Alexander.Mrs. Dees I II Mayor and Mrs. T. Frank Lan-

:Mrs. H. M. Richard of the State ler. drum are receiving congratulations' Quincy and Mrs. Shepperd's slitter, Studio Uprightsand

Farm was the guest of Mrs. H. C. W. S. Stroman and Mrs. S. I Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Andersonand I on the arrival of a baby girl, born Miss Mattle Lou Gasnelt, of Birmingham -

Ritch, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle, W. J. S. Dowling had as guests this Mrs. W. J. Epperson will visit Thursday, Dec. 24th in Inverness. brother and. Ala sister-in-law, are visiting Mr.their and Grand PianosALSO

Doyle and Miss Julia Tison were week, Mrs. James Godbold and son, I The little girl has been" named
ter-In-law. Mrs. Pate Gasnett." Miss Jewell
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, visiting In.Palatka Sunday.E. James, Jr., of Jacksonville. I Martha.
Gassett Miss Virginia Alvarez, and GUARANTEED USED
Knight in Berlin, Ga Sunday.Mr.
Jr. in Jacksonville ?
spent Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Gaasetl and their PIANOS
visiting relatives. L. Matthews and L. A.Holmes Mrs. S. C. Carnell and sons, Cor- I Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Turner of
spent several days in Miami the bin and Gene of Ormond, are and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. Green" Cove Springs, Mr. and Mrs. house guests spent Monday at A Price for every ForketbookLILLIAN'S

The regular O. E. S. meeting will first of the week. guests of Mrs. Carnell's parents, Mrs. J. E. Wilson, and Miss Ol 'I Bill Brinson of Valdosta I Ga., Mrs. Bok Tower at Lake, Wales. Miss
Mattie Lou GiiMsett extended her
be held Monday evening at 7:30: -- Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Scot. lie Dell were In Bainbridge, Ga., W. A. Alvarez, Mrs. Raymond Mat
o'clock, Jan. 4. Frances Fussell of Tampa was Saturday to attend the Brlnson- sttt of Jacksonville, and Sidney Alvarez trip to Mluml where she! will visit MUSIC STOREOpp.

the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. W. G. Halle and son, Woodfln Brownlee wedding. of Washington, D. C., were I'' friends before returning to Birmingham Florida Theatre
to resume her duties as a
the of Mr and Mrs. F.
Mrs. T. J. McIntyre has returnedto Fussell during the holidays. Halle, Jr., of West Palm Beach, B'I GAINESVILLE1'ANADA
Johns during the holidays teacher in the high school there.
her home after a visit with rela- |i
left Sunday after spending two Mrs. S. E. Brownlee returned i :
---- --- ------ -
tives in Middleburg.W. Mrs. E. E. Canova and Miss days here with Mrs. Halle. Tuesday from Gainesville, where

Mary Canova spent Sunday In she spent the holidays with her
A. Scott, of Orlando, spent DRY CREAM
Gainesville relatives.
the holidays here with his visiting Mrs. Addle Lamar and Phillip son-in-law and daughter Judge
parents I I P T OGROCERY
and Mrs. A. V.
Lamar returned to their home in
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. Mrs. D. E. Knight Mrs. H. V. I GINGERALE
Quincy Sunday after visiting with 1 I
Knight and Paul Knight spent
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoover Monday in Jacksonville. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Anderson, |

were visiting in Palatka Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis, Jean
------ Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and Davis and A.W., John and Virginia
Sam Gillesple of Fort Meade Is I
Miss Gloria Johns, of Jacksonville, Anderson spent Sunday In Archeras
visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Col- I
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard were ley. were holiday guests of Mr. and guests of Mrs. Emma Anderson. Q te 15c LOW PRICES Lb. lOc
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dar- -. Mrs. T. J. Griffin. FINE FOODS

by, Sunday.Mr. Miss Jessie Mae Blakely of Lake Miss Ernestine! Buddlngton andJ.
Leo and Jessie Brown of Cocoa W. Buddlngton spent the holi- FANCY I'ICNIC
City was a week-end guest of Miss
and Mrs. Luther Rhodes Pat Lamb. I spent the holidays with Mr. and days In Panama City with Miss .

spent Christmas with friends In Mrs.essa. Marion Constantine at Ther- Buddington'g sister, Mrs. Clarence ONIONS 4 Lbs. lOc HAMS Lb. 25cr.

Jacksonville.Mr Comer Long of Lakeland was the Andreu.

guest of his mother, Mrs. F. H. \\F. TKnN
Misses Helen! and Dorothy Ellen SWEET OR IRISH
and Mrs. Jack Flake
the holiday with friends in Jack-spent Long, during the holidays. Steele of Gainesville are holiday van. BRISKET STEW Lb.12'/
POTATOES 5 Lbs. 15c e
sonville. Miss Dorothy White of Daytona guests of their uncle and aunt, Mr. mick of St. Charles, 111. are house ,
and Mrs. J. B.
Beach spent the holidays with her guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Ug- ALL PORK 'OIJNTln'-H\IOKF.1)! t
Mrs. R. M. Sparkman of Jack- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olin White. low and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ward. FANCY
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Smith of Ocala
sonville visitor
was a here Tues-
and Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Johns SAUSAGE Lb. 25c
day. Mrs. J. E. Powell and Mrs. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff! Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Carter, of LETTUCE 2H'ds 15c
James Shepperd of Hilliard are the Daytona Beach, Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
Mrs. W. H. Hart and her father Johns during the holidays.Mr. \VKSTERN-SIRLOIN
house guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Williamson, of Bradenton, who

J.ernoon C. Manning in Gainesville., spent Monday aft- A. Knight.N. and Mrs. John J. Canova were guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs.H. STEAK Lb. 25c
and son spent Christmas with Mr.Canova's A. Bishop returned Saturday
T. and Tommy Ritch went to morning to their homes. ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Kidd and Jacksonville Tuesday and are mother, Mrs. E. E. Ca- HALT

son, Richard, were. Hawthorne spending several days with their nova. Mrs. W. J, Epperson had as her

Monday visiting relatives., I cousin, Miss Gloria Johns. Dick Wood, a student at Tulane guests during: the holidays Mr. and ORANGES Doz. 8/,e MACKEREL 3 for 25cWESTERN

Mrs. W. J. Epperson and littledaughtl'r
University, was a guest of his
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lynn and Mr. and T. J.
I Mrs. Griffin, Miss Mary Sue Mr. and Mrs.
children uncue and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. F. F.
Shirley and
Betty, spent Annie Darby Mrs. Carrie Ritch R. L. Epperson and children all YORK

Christmas Day in Lake City as and sons, N. T. and Tommy Ritch, Stump. of Jacksonville, Mrs. F. G. Schellof ONE STEAK Lb. 29cSMOKKD
guests of Mrs. Lynn's mother, Mrs. were in Jacksonville Sunday visit- Lake Butler. APPLES 5 Lbs 25c -
Roxie Amerson. Ing Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza. Carlyle Peek of Chicago, Ill., Is
the guest of his sister and brother-
.IIL. __ & ___ -_-__ Mr. and Mrs. Marcus F. Brown

NAT SEZ: in-law ryman., Judge and Mra|, E. K. Fer and Tampa children where left they Thursday will visit Mrs.for NEW POTATOES Lb. 5c SAUSAGE Lb. 15c

L By the time ;you get to read this Miss left Brown's mother, Mrs. J. J. Fitz-
Evelyn Stump today
little article old man 1936 will pro gerald for several days.
for High Springs to resume her
bably be dead and gone or at the HAPPY NEW
duties as a member of the high
most have only a few hour left to Col. and :Mrs. D. E Knight had
school faculty. TOMATOES
t live. And as Is the custom to sing as their guests the first of the YEAR
praises for after I week Mr. brother, W. E.
us we are gone, Knight's
Carr Colley returned to his homeIn
M1 HIII not going to try and be differ St. Louis, Mo., after spending Knight of Bunnell, and nephew Dr. TO ALL
ent. I think that he treated most Nelson Dunn of Fort Worth Texas I
several with his Mr.
days parents,
swell and I NO. 2 CANS 25c
everybody hope that and Mrs. W. A. Colley. 4 With Good Health
this new fellow No. 1937 will make

further Improvement and bring Mrs. S. F. Hamrick and Mrs. Ella
Miss Ollie Dell of Gainesvillewas And Prosperity '
each and everyone of you Iota of Kate Swinyer had as their holiday
the week-end guest of her un-

good health joy and prosperity. cle Wilson.Mr.and. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. daughter guests Mrs., Mrs.Myrl Miriam Waters Jenkins and of MILK CARNATION tall! 2 for ISc TIP TOPGROCERY .:

Atlanta, Ga., Miss Margaret Den- 4
and Mrs. L. A. Davis and ney of Savannah, Ca., and Glenn FANCY WHOLE GRAIN:' IlLl'K ROSE!

i 2 BIG WORKSHOE day.Mrs. visiting Pearl Simpson in St. Augustine and childrenwere Sun- Waters:Mr. and of Miami.Mrs. John Uglow and RICE 5 Ibs 19c OLD FOI&OOOUU'CKANU TIME SAKE IIAVK !

: Mr. and Mrs C. F. Ward had as 1104) JOWL AND BLACK- 1

VALUES Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brannen and their guests during the holidays EYED PEAS FOR NEVVKAR
I Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Ward and family DINNER.\
daughter, Jessie Mae, of Hamptonwere
In Famous Peters All Leather Shoes of Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. R.
rw dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. 25c
L. McDowell and family of Jack
E. J. Christmas
The ever-popular scout shoe Dowling Day. sonville.Mr. Hog lb. 15c .t(

pattern in mellow leather uppers
Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
and with LJGHT-TREAD Wainwright TRIPLE XXX-EXTRA FANCY LONO Blackeye Peas ,
and children of Jacksonville and Mrs. George Manassa
: composition soles and all rubber guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. D. spent the holidays In Atlanta vis 'ji
{ C heels. You can't match Wainwright during the holidays.Mrs. iting relatives and frlrnds. Mrs I PATNA RICE 5 Lbs. 25c 3 Lbs. 25c I
I : them for I
Manassa! will leave Atlanta for ,

,, D. T. Clark has returned to Dallas, Texan to visit her parents.Mr. I TIIK BEST 1'OWSIILI..O'I:' ,j 1

t I I I her home In Miami after visiting and Mrs C. A. Woolford I

y \ 'with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. P

$1.95 J: D. Walnwrlght.Mr Mr and Mrs John Milton FLOUR24 39c ;
Brownlee who were married in Ibs.

JI : and Mrs. T. G. Carter and i Bainbridge, Ga.. on f' >c. 26, are 12 Ibs.TIIK .

I daughters, Betty and Frances of I here visiting his parents, Mr and i
I Mrs. J M Brownltc Before her i
Mcrrltt were the holiday guests of .AFJi a 'bJYR T.
.1 Mrs. Laura I. Powell.Mr I marriage Mrs Brownlce. was Mia t
.1I i At.imle" Hinely Bnnaon HEST I.V TCWN-\LLOO.V

.1I I and Mrs. W. K. Wilder of \ i

Orlando are the holiday guests of FLOUR 5 Ibs. 31c 10 Ibs. 57c ;; I

I Joe Mrs Edwards.Fay (Sill and Mr and Mrs pnCOLUMN AYOIIfl% I .a. ,

r 1 :Mm ,race Frazee and daughter I FIT u'r; :o.11JY.

Wear plain toes lor genuine .. acomfort a- t Lora Miller, of Thomaston. ---
WILL PAY CASH--for used pl-
This one has all- \ + Ga are the house guests of Mrs. anoe. Write Lillian's Music BACON Lb. 12Vc BACON Lb. 19c 1.j
F .
l leather with aU-rubberheeL uppers and flailed soles ., r r .I J L Frazee. I I Store 342V.. University Ave I !

and sewed construction! A Gainesville. Fla. tf I CiLIRMER \ 1
value ot I. Mrs Alice Thompson of Wil unt\ )' MORN ;
super mington. Delaware, was the guestof LOST-One tan and brown boy's I COFFEE Lb. : )r
4r I her daughter and son-in-law Col slip-on sweater on streets of i lzthe 1 .
COFFEE Lb. 18c .
II SUrke finder please return to The .
and Mrs. H. V. Knight during the office. I Pt'RE (mot'XU (Wf"F.t' I.h. __ 10 e' ""s
I holidays. Telegraph Up ,

$2.19 : Mrs Cella I. Manansa had as her FOR RENT Jan:' let.New Also bungalow furnished! vacant Palm Olive Soap, 2 bars He Oct. Toilet Soap, 3 bars 14c

guests during the holidays Major 3 room apartment all Conveniences I Super Suds, Medium, 3 for 25c Octagon Cleanser, 2 cans 9c "
and Mrs. G. C. Irwin of Fort Sam '
Texas Gordon sink, bath and hot water Mrs Super Suds 2 for 35c Octagon Soap Chips Pkg. lOc
Houston. C. Irwin, Hamrlck, 402 S. Walnut St. I arge, ,

Jr., a student at Virginia Military Concent'd Super Suds 2 for He Octagon Soap, 10 Bars 25c .
IT Institute Jean Irwin a student at 20 ACRE FARM, 4 large rooms.

Sullins College. Mrs J P. Burns Pecan ,r /ve. 2 to acres of large Oct. Giant Soap, 3 for 13c Octagon Powders, 10 Pkgs. 25c

.b1 ] and children of Atlanta, and Mr I pm", 15i miles to town Bargain, Oct. Giant Powders 3 for 13c Oct. Granulated Soap, Pkg. lOc
and Mrs D B White of Fernan- ,: $500:; 00. from the owner Write to I ,

dina I: Bradford "ounty! Telegraph, lip a

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BEACn lees 14k Aciei III Houihwrst I'O"II"r" 1 II| tei, of Southeast Quarter & West 1 I which i IK the 4th day of January i ,
nOOTSBY'S | ", t tlon, I 17 Township, 7 South, RHnsrCettlflidte Half of Southeast Quarter" of Ita

Hints To Housewives Mini. Effte Crawford Cor. :tt: En-i. ontalli Inst 235: Act'..... ,more :Southeast Quarter. Section I-ated thin J8ih day of November
.1 I..... Town hlp' i R South, Range :2 1936OFFICIAL. _

No 4H1 ...,,"rn.-.... EnHt: Rust' containing 40 Anes. more \ ( "HEAL)

Weekly fror- Home Demonstra- Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan and half .'xi'i pt 4 AiM-s, In Southeast, or leHu. A. .1. THOMAS

FARMERS SECTION Mr and Mrs. Fisher Gaaklna spent I turner Kant: of Railway and North ThennsesHinent of the said property I Clerk, of Circuit Court
thin SpN'laJJII" TaJla.ha.Mtooe) half of North went Quarter and East under' I the ald .I'llf"'ate" Is- I of Brlldford"unly., Florida.
the Christmas holidays here with 1 11 Ai're" of Southeast Quarter of suod was In the name of E O. Lynn, 12-4-SI-l-l

their mother, Mrs. Jean Gaskins. Northwest:: : Quarter and East 15 Admr. I.
Conducted by Demonstration Agents I-SES FOU emirs! FBMTS Acres of N.rtheat Quarter nfSouthwest Unless said certificate shall be re- TIlE CIRfllT COURT OK THUKK.KTM
Misses Ruby and Mildred Ches- 1 Quarter and "Mouth half I duemrd" according to law the p'operty JlKICI4ICIRCUIT OF
of Southwest, Quarter except rlght- described therein will be Bold .... .. ,
Citrus fruits are delicious Justas ser entertained a large crowd / .on. IV A> f) FOP ALA.
of-wnv !Koad 13 Section 18 Township
I to the highest bidder at the courthouse "'HV. ('OrNTYI i4 rU'IoCERr.PEXIXRtJTAR .
Mother Nature baa fashioned L Christmas with a Christmas south. Range 22 East containing door first
eve night on the Monday In
_, _- .._ ____ .. NAVAL !STORES
h t- raa. I':;00 Acres, more or less the month of !
January.937. which I is
-- them and therefore need no alterations program. A Christmas tree COMPANY: A poratlon.
The assessment of the salt property the 4th' day of January 1937. \
| or additions to make them a was the main attraction and many under the said certificates. numbered Dated this let day of December Plalntilf.v. .
OLD 132, 136 16-27 of 141', 141 19.16.:
I RURAL EXCELLENT: ATTACHMENT: II perfect dessert. gifts were given. Many games I 4-7 of 142. m.. Ixttued the. 5th day: ofSeptember (OFFICIAL, SEAL' ) J. L. HAIIDEN et al.

Their established importance In I were played and everyone had a A I). 1932 was In the IefCndants.oricE .
FOR PLOWING TERRACE name of Hun and Porter and certificates A. J. THOMAS: \ OF ;MANTKR'S .,'..E
; I. COMMON SENSE I nutrition and as sources of the good time. numbered 123-130 of 468 and Clerk of Circuit Court Notice I la hereby given that under

7. I needed vitamins and minerals are Mrs. R. N. Crawford and daughter 469 Issued the 2nd. day of July, A. \ of- Bradford County, Florida. and pursuant to and by virtue of the
Walton D 19.14 was In the of John F.
JOHNSON DE FUNIAK SPRINGS name authority vested In the undersigned
1 By SPUDS so generally well-known that Florida Effie spent Saturday with Horr.fnless.
:' farmers excellent Special Master by that certain final
f ___ County plow people should be alert to the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Milliard and said ,certificate shall b* MIKHkFF'S; SALE Decree rendered on the 29th day of

LIVING terraces without the use of heavy advantages to be derived from family of Woodlawn.Ned redeemed according to law the prop- Notice I IB hereby given that theundernlgneu October, 1936 In and by the Circuit
I' BKTTEIl FARM m-tlen. described therein will be Court
machinery and equipment simply sckl- as sheriff of Bradford- of Alachua County. In the '"
I SHOrLU BE PRIMARY tl.elr) daily use In the diet. Prlvitt of Woodbine, Ga., to the highest' bidder at the Court. County, Florida, under and Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida, In
by attaching an old saw blade to House door on the first Monday In tue of that certain writ of blxe"d Chancery In that certain cause.
OF FARMING A dessert that has been fav- I
: OBJECT a one-horse or two-horse plow a spent Christmas holidays here with the month of January 1937. which i tion Issued. out of and under the therein pending wherein Peninsular.

orite OJ1e for a long time follows: his brother and sister-in-law Mr. Is the 4th.hlarng.f: January, 1937.: hand and seal nf the Clerk of the Naval Store. Company. a corpora
says County Agent Mitchell Wil-) Dated day of December, Circuit Court of Bradford County tlon 1 I is Plaintiff and J. L. Harden
'. What Is the end of it all In farmIng klns. They have discarded drags- Florid* Ambrosia and Mrs. B. L. Prlvitt. UU. Florida, and a I.nt.: date the' 26th. and Lester Harden, his wife M. B.

" or in any other line of work, (OFFICIAL SEAL) day of October, 1933. on that Harden and Percllla Harden his
? Is It to make and other similar equipment, and 8 oranges Cecil Crawford made a business I A. J. THOMAS!'!, certain judgment wherein M. A. wife; W P. Harden and Besele Harden -

anyway primarily are plowing terraces 15 feet wide I trip to Jacksonville, last Saturday.Miss rierk Circuit CourtBradford Smith a' Liquidator for Bradford I his wife, Nashville Hardwood
money?! 14 cup cocoanut shredded County, Florida. County Bank, a corporation, I is plaintiff Flooring Company, a corporation;
and 20 Inches high. as required In ; \'t powdered leva Milliard of Woodlawn, 12-4-61-1-1 and T. C. Hazen A. A. Haien, Chrlstofoll: Marble & Tile Company

V There Is more to farming than the soil) conservation program. I cup sugar attended church at Evergreen Sun- E. M Hazen Mr*. D. W. Hazen. 0.- : .a corporation. : W H. Wilson doing

farm. Remove rag from oranges and m W. Hasen and' B. F. Hazen are de- business a* Wilson Construction &
making money by running a Wilkins the day and was a dinner guest of Inez THB cinrriT coi BT OF fendants; the undersigned has levied I i Supply
County Agent gives Company; Marshall Spencer
Fl.ORhlA. Kllilllll J I IMfHI.4IIK11T .
cut In thin slices "the
farming across
of and
The primary object Rosier. upon will on Monday the 4th. Company
the of lAM> FOR llll ,l). a corporation; The Amer
'. and better marketing of farm following pointers on use grain" reserving; all the Juice that KOHII C'OI "T" IX flltC-, day of January. A. D. 11+37, during ican Agricultural Chemical Com.
this Mr. and Mrs. Crews the legal hour. of sale, offer the following -
simple equipment: Sampson .:ny.HOllF puny a corporation; Huttlg Sash
f should be to make It escapes, and discarding all core lands for sale
products pos- at public outcry and Door Company a corporation
and family of Macclenny spent the : : (OWX1'R: ;
Blble for the farmer and his family Take an old dlacarded crosscut or remove pulp segment by seg- LOACOHPOHATION. to the highest and best bidder Maker. & Holmes Company a Corporation -
a corporation for cash In front
Christmas holidays here with their of the South doorof
that is stiff and not less than ; Dixie Brick Company. acorPoratioo
saw ment sections organized and
to live better Better living as grapefruit arepreparell. the 'ourt house of Bradford I and The
; Berger Manufacturing
five Inches wide In the middle. Cuta daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and existing und r and by County, Florida' ,
1 means more attractive farm homes. virtue of the laws t'.flIfoP; Company a coiporatlon.
of the Florida, to-wlt '
Mrs. B. L. Prlvitt. : NW 4 are defendants
!A more conveniences in these homes piece off the blade 22 inches long. Arrange oranges In serving dish. ConKreflM of the United of Section 4. and NE<4 of Section 5. Master (l1l.h*on undersigned the 4th day' Special of-

better roads. better communities and punch holes two inches from Sprinkle each layer with part of j J. Roy Quinn and Wilbert Crawford StateN Plaintiff of America, .all East.In Township 7 South: Range 20 January, J11'n between the hour'

t each end. Remove bolt In moldboard of this section were visitors of 11 o the fore-noon and 2
and other things that help the cocoanut and sugar. Pour juice ts SIORTOAOE FORECLOSURE
many to: Jacksonville last Sunday.Mr. ,1.V ANDnBWS, jn, .t al.. Also Commencing at Northeastcorner o'clock In the after-noon at the
to make life In the open country of plow that holds brace or that escaped from fruit while slicing Deferdant. of SW-4 of "SW'4 of Section Kant front door of the Courthouse of

handle and Insert wide end of saw over all and serve very cold. and Mrs. B. t. Prlvitt enter- OHIIKH: Otf PIBLVI'CTIONNOTEC'IO 8. Township .7 "; South Range 20 East Alachua County Florida, the
more enjoyable.Too : Gainesville thnhl
tained a number of their friends TO APPK4I and run thence South 630 feet fOI'polnl town of sell to
blade back of mold-board and
much stress had been laid on Just Orange C'UHtnrrt with a dance Christmas TO: JOHN E. HURST &: CO., a corporation. 200 .of beginning, thence. run West: est and best bidder for cash, the
replace the bolt through the hole night. feet thence South 172 feet, to I following described properties, nit-
the material side of farming and Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Prlvitt spent YOU AUK HEREBY: NOTIFIED right of way of 8. A. L. Railway,, uat. In Alachua Bradford, and Clay
i In the blade. Place a wire In the cups milk thence ..
East Counties
200 feet thence !Florida to-wit
too little thought has been given the that a suit has been brought against North I :
hole at the other end of the blade 2 egg yolks week-end with her parents you In the Circuit Court for Brad 172 feet to point of beginning in The following described land la

E4 to the fact that the basis of agriculture I,; CUD sUlZar Mr. and Mrs. Sampson Crews of ford (County Florida In Chancery 20 Section East.Sheriff .8. Township 7 South Range I Alachua County, Florida:

Is the farm home. Too hv Home Owner..' Loan Cnrnnratlnti. Sl 4 of SEVi, less 1
t great difficulty of organizing agri- 1-8 teaspoon Macclenny.Mr. A. n A""..,,, ,, .. acre...In__.SE__ cor._ _
salt a corporation nrganlied ann existing Hradf nl'I', of- M.'lnn- --..-,. .. .T.. _........ .
I of ; v
economists have reached the I rd'h'; _
Z.4 many culture.It 2 teaspoons flour and Mrs. Kemp and familyof ( under and by virtue of the law 12-4-at-l-l Florida.. S. Rang 21 B. and also

conclusion that the only way to Woodlawn section of the Congress. of the United. State. NWU of SW%. of
matters little to the farmerwhat V& teaspoon vanilla flavoring spent Christ- of America: that the nature of aald of Section 2; SE'i
farm successfully is to plioe the 4 mas day with Mr. and Mrs. R. N. suit In. to foreclose a mortgage on OTirn OF .4PPM4-4TIO-V WI.of NE'j, S'v of NW .. SE14 of SWy/

farm on a factory bnula, with may be the financial outlook oranges the following; described land: FOB TAX BEES SW\.4 of 8F.'j.OI. Section 8; NW\ ot
Crawford \ NE
and of this ,.. S. of N
family of
vd hind the existing economic conditions 2 stiffly beaten egg whites sec- Commencing at the Southeast corner (Senate till No. 1113) N1!, of SW". of SE%. ot1'le"Uon' SE.
quantity production as the goal. Jon. v
he must On the 5 tablespoons of Madison and Ray Street in NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That Nt.t4; of NE. N-o.! of NWL ;
carryon. sugar .. of LIcetiofl -
We can point to no pages in history Eugene Silcox of Whitehouse Starke, Florida; thencerun Brooker Turpentine Company, Inc., 10;: NE" of N'W.S. El,5 of
where agriculture has been as other hand, the industries are Heat the milk. Beat the egg : South alone the East aide of holder of Tax Certificate: No. 96. Is of SW<4. SEW of sW%, of Section NE'i
spent the week-end here with Mr. Bay street to the Northeast. corner sued the 7th. day of July, A. D. 1930: II ; NE( of
affected conditions SWU. of
slight by climatic yolks. Mix of : Section 11
4 cup sugar, salt of Bay and LaFayette has filed : ;
profitable as the Industries. and Mrs. C. E. Crawford.EVERGREEN. Street; same In my office and has W 2-3 of NEH of SWt. of Section
and can close down in the and flour and add to eggs, beating thence Hunt along the North lde of made application for.. tax deed to 14; all less SEU of SE of
% Section
,, There are too many fuctois In- II LaFayette Street: In a Street. ; thence i he Issued thereon. Said certificate 16; of
hour of financial distress. until Add NEU. Ski of 8W% of
smooth hot milk and North
along theVci
>t aide of saidstreet embrace the NteS
volved in connection with agriculture following described NEW! of NW%. HI* of S.VK.
j But after all, the farm and the cook In double boiler until eggs toladl..on: Street; thence property In the county of Bradford" SUj of NWVi of SEC, NEii of SEW.
which are beyond the Went along the South aide State of ,
con- ofJall..on Florida "
Mrs. F. A. Rosier to-wit: S"a of I SE 4. of
and flour have thickened the mixture Correspondent !\ Section 21; SWU of
trol of man weather conditions, open country offer a civilization Street to place of "...- Northeast Quarter of Southeast. NW'4, 8WV4 of SWW, NE 4 of
that cannot be obtained elsewhere stirring constantly. Remove ginning. Said block of land being Quarter Section 22 Township 7 of KWJ,.. 8'(, of NEW of SW NE14 SEiJ -
ruch Mrs. Paul %,
as droughts floods, fronts In- Glovers and baby returned 261 feet Mast and West on the South Range 20 East of

fcect pests, plant diseases, and the an Independent life. the opportunity from heat and chill. Pare the oranges to their home In Ft. Pierce- North Bounded and 485 feet North and South. ing 40 Acre, more or le contain**. Section SWVi.22;Sf4:Lots:: of. 1,NWU 2, and. of 8, In SEW Block, of
the North
to enjoy and investigate, and slice into a serving dish. Sunday after spending several StreetVest. by Bay Street by, on Madison South' The assessment of the said proper 9. In original Waldo, of Section 23:

-I the laws of Nature, the environ-, Add vanilla to the chilled mixture by LaFayette Stret East by a t ty under the said certificate issued N\V'4 of NE'i NEfe of '
weeks here with her .tr"et'l was In the of SW'i' NW'I\VNE"t
Mr. of NWV
I parents, name Oeo. Llppert. !
AKMOOIS! BIO CHOP ment for and them. Add and known as the J, O, Alvares Unless NW" W't, \vJ.\
the development of a I pour over the 5 and Mrs. J. E. Rosier. homeplace, exceptingfrom the above said certificate shall ha redeemed of NEH of SEVt
FERTILIZERS & FERTILIZER I according to law, the I of S%V"" SW>4 of SE. of
strong and vigorous family. The tablespoons of sugar gradually to Mr. deacrllied land or parcel of land property Section
MATERIALS and Mrs. Cohen Peele and land deeded described. therein will be .sold 125; SEt. ot SIII,. of NJw ot
to J. L
man who lives his life without the beaten whites and continue Peek. describedas to the NE'' of NW
having egg baby were visiting his mother Mrs. follows: commencing: at Southeast highest bidder at the %, SW'4 of NW%. S4 of
Big/ Cash Discount to until court-house door on the first Mon SWill. NW",,, of SE01\ Section
beating smooth
spent some part of it In the, and glossy. Hester r-orner of Madison and Bay Streets 21,
;. CommlHNlon Merchant and Sapp, Sunday. In the Town of day" In the month of February, 1987, E'A. ot NWI4. NEt 01 SE%. of B.ctlon -
farmers Amiot-Utlon country i Is to be pitied. It Is Impossible Heap the meringue on top of the Miss Louise Rosier was visiting. thence run South Starke on East Florida aide of; 1937 which la the 1st., day of February, N'V.28 ot; 55t t 01 NE%. ot SectIon ah

for him to understand custard and serve. Bay Street 134 feet NW%.. NEV of SEY of S.ctlon
all I ; thence Rant -
J L. HARKELL, Agent friends at the State Farm. Friday.Mr. KO feet, thence run North 132 feet run Dated, this 10th., day of December 33: NJ1 Of NWI.,.: N'V% of SW%.
I IUft
La,,ty, .1... the Joys and pleasures that the Orange Delight and Mrs. Horace Rosier of thence run Wet to point of beginning 8i4 ot S'VL. of Section a4: In Township .
Range 21 E. And also
world offers 84 said
to mankind. fe..t. parcel of land being
Gainesville -
spent Sunday with B. A. J THOMAS.: W14 of EH, of
8 medium size ; In the Northwest corner it block Section 12: In
oranges E. Rosier and mother. I known as J. O. Alvarea h ineplace, Clerk of Circuit Court of Township 8 5. Range 20 E. And also
1 cup crushed pineapple Jack all In Bradford County, Florida. Bradford County Florida. WH of NW%. or Lot 4 & 6 North
Dixon and family 12-I8-6t-l-15 ?J 0p-anAL'n' and S1"
% cup of cocoanut shredded spentChristmas ; :'... .. .,! _of_SBV.. southwouth
at Saxton that one A. A. Durden '
with And wife '
his &
For >,4 cup powdered sugar mother., tussle Durden, are the legal title S OTIC of Grant Line: except, SW% ot
I. Expert RepairingSmith's 2 bananas holders' of the said' ; and Notice la hereby given to all whom SWof Section 4 ; all .. of
Paul Glovers of Ft. Pierce spent t you are. hereby r lrJof.'me: with I It may concern that I, T. Frank Orant line, except:: NWU c>rUSw%.. a
3-4 cup strawberries, or the week-end the clerk of said court In his office I.a ml rum, as Guardian of William i&\i\, of & ", ww'ss' or
1 chunks. here with Mr. and I at Starke, Florida your written appearance Anthony Andrews, a minor, will on ot (,; s of
cup papaya Mrs. J. E. Rosier. personal or by attorney) the 28th day of December. 1936. apply Section 5; NEti. NH of SEU. of Sec-

: Pare the oranges and cut irmall I Mrs. J. Q. Rosier and children in said suit on the first Monday !is for to Bradford E K. Ferryman County Judge E.lion And 9: also In Township 9 S. Hans. II
January. A. D. 1937. helnir the 4th County. Florida at his
cubes. reserving all juice that L Lscapes. spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. day of said month and thereafter to office In Starke, Florida at 2 N\VL.. N of SW4. NW of SE%
Garaget Peel bananas and and Mrs. file with said. clerk your written o'clock P. M. or aa soon thereafter Filii 01 LIEI .of Section I; NE" or
scrape I Walter Sapp near San-- defenses. If any to the bill of complaint a..* can be heard for authority to tell NEt4, sw4 of NEI. W'4 01 SE4 of
all the stringy outside por. derson. In .said suit at the time prescribed at private .sale the entire Interest: NEb.. W3 ot Wt%!, ot N'V'4. N of
I by law. and estate of said minor In and to 8EV., N4 of swy or Section
Phone using a silver knife. Cut the Mr. and "
Mrs. 7V
Leslie McClellanand HEREIN FAlt NOT or judgment the following described property In ; .. of NWii"of 3NWV. WW'of

bananas into cubes. Or. if berriesare children spent Christmas in will be entered against you by de Btarke. Florida, TO-WIT: % of NW4. 8E4 of SWVit of Sec
fault The East 46',4 feet of Lots One lion 8; SWU of NEW.\ SWviof
I Wrecker Service Day Night used. cut each in half unless ; Jacksonville with his mother, Mrs The Bradford County Telegraph .and Three. ((3)) of Block Eighteen(1) WI1 of SW14. SE<4 of SKW. of NW Sec.%.

or very small. Mix: the oranges pineapple Julia Hall. a newspaper of .general circulation (18) of Town of Starke, more par tlon 17; NE of NEW, less 2 acre

and bananas published. In Bradford County Flor ticularly described as beginning at In SE cornel, S'4 of NW14 of NEW,
(or strawberriesor The Rev. L. A. Donnelly of d.... IH hereby designated as the the Southwest. corner of Intersection. SV4 of NEil, N' of SE>4, of Sec.

:' papayas) and arrnge in sherbet Starke. filled his regular appointments newspaper In which this notice shall of Call and Walnut Street at cor tlon 18; Kof Lot l, of Section 29:

I g Add the he published once a week for four ncr of brick store situated at said In Township 8 S. Rang 22 E. And
juice that has here also
7 Saturday night and ,consecutive. weeks prior to said 4th Street Intersection running thence
WA fl4T'' ,I1IVJW IJf I | escaped from oranges during slicing Sunday.Mr. day of January A D. 1937. West: along South line of Call Street Commence 36 feet north 22 degrees -
LI LS WITNESS hand and and along a brick wall west and 30 feet .
I my the seal 41119 feet south 68 tiegreec
_____ I 7i / I process to the powdered sugar- and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and: of said court at Starke, Florida, this more or less, to the center line of a west of center line of S. A. L.

: ; mix thoroughly and pour over the daughters were visiting friends at 2nd day of December A. D. 1936. party wall now existing. between I Railway track same corner beingthe -
I 1 (SEAL) the property hereunder Nit corner of Caesar
fruit. conveyed Raddlsh'v.
V Sprinkle with cocoanut and I the State Farm I
Saturday night. A J. THOMAS.: and property now occupied by J. M. Land as recorded Hook 29'
serve very cold. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier were Merk Circuit Court, Alvarez running thence South along page 4.18. of the I'.br.'e: : ofAlachua -

I --__.__ visitors to I Bradford County Florida. center line of wall and an extension County Florida, run thence
Starke Wednesday. 12-4-5t-l-l thereof In a straight line a dlstanace South 68 degrees West Feet
I TESTS OF A noon HOUSE J. E. and Bernard Rosier of 107 feet and 9 Inches more or thence. North 22 degree {,3t: 207.i
are :>OTICK OP rPIIC 'TlO\' less, to a fence. now standing on feet ; thence North 68 degree East
i Minimum standards recommended spending a few days at Ft. Pierce FOR TtY KKI1 South line of said. Lot 3. running 1050 feet, thence south 22 degree.

I I for rural homes now require: with their sister, Mrs. Paul Cloy ("ena'" DIM No. illS. thence East along South line of said East. 207.5 feet to beginning, alit
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That Lot and along said. fence a distance lands bring perpendicular. and
( rg.& TL* iIL I 1. An abundant supply of running ers. Foster. Shi Smith holder of Tax Ccrtifii.nte of 46'" feet more or less to a point 'lei to said railroad track all\ In paral.Sec

j water. No. 186, tanned the> 3rd, day InVest line of Walnut Street, run- I tion 7; also Nli, of Block 6. Town or
of August A. D. 1931. has filed nine thence North 197 feet and 9 Orange Height; Commence 11
2. An adequate lighting system ToWNSEND CLUB MEETING same' In my office and has made Inches, more or less to said. point of ,' chain 34 link west of half mile

I and sunlight. I The Starke Townsend application for a tax. :: deed to be Issued beginning, at corner of said brick post of South boundary line of S..r.
ii Club will] thereon. Said certificate embraces store at Intersection of Call end V" !. Township 9 S.' Range 22 K.
3. An efficient means of heat have a very Important meeting hrhol I : described property Walnut Street In said Town of Arredondo Grant run thence North.
_i ing. Monday In County: of Bradford, Stark., except the South 20 feet of 22.5 degrees. West. 5 chains 60 lInks.
evening Jan. 4. 1937 I In: State of Florida to-wit: said described lands.. to Initial point thence East.
w 4. Beauty In the architectureand the court house as officers for the Northwest Quarter of Southwest. Which said application will be chain to a stake, thence north 22.S f

__________ ______________ surroundings that will give Inspiration ensuing year are to be elected then. I Quarter 7 South Range of Section 21 East 28 Township contain- In based County upon Judge's the petition Court now Bradford on file degree thence west West. S.16 6.40 chain chain.to to a a stake stake

vMt p and enjoyment to the oc A full attendance Is urged. Inir 40 acres, more or leas. County Florida. thence south 22.5 degree East. 6.41t;
upants. I The assessment of the said, November 'ft, 1936. chains to beginning of Section
prop- 7
Ernest Thornquest Sec. I erty under the said. certificate 1..- T. FRANK LANDRUM Lots 3 and Miller's: .. Subdivision, of:
Careful and thorough planning ...11..01VaM In the Ouardlan. Section S54 of NWU
name of R. T.Unless .8 k of NEW." S';!
I Is essential If the maximum :OTICK: OF .,rrur'T.O" Crouch. 12-4-BI--1-1 .. ,. -, .. ... ,.. ... : '''8._
poll T\\ I>KKI> said certificate shall be re- acre, NE\4' of SE1of SWii sw of
is to be secured for the (Seaale 11111 *u. iC3co'rrE ; > I deemed according to law. the property NOTICKNotice SE' of Section 8 : SE>4 of 8\VU.8V,

expended in home construc- IS HEREBY GIVEN That described. therein will be sold to Is. .hereby given to all whom of SE14. also l starting at SE corner of
'Va ray Corporation holder of Tax 1 the highest bidder at the courthouse It may concern that. I. T Frank Lan- Section 15. Township 9 s. Range 23
Announcements This Is especially true in re- (ertlflcates. Numbered respectively:: door on the first Monday In drum as Ciuardlan of. William Anthony Frun North along east boundary

to small rural homes. The 132. 135, 136. 16-27 of 140. 141. 4-7 of, the month of January 1937. which Andrews, a minor will on the line of the Section 10 chain to SB
142. 151. Issued the 5th day of Is the 4th day of January. 1937. 4th day of January. 1937 apply to corner of the Lot thence West
of architecture that tember. A D. 1912 and 121-130 Sep of Dated this 1st, day of December ..;. K. Ferryman. County Judge for SlId\ with South boundary of Sec.par.

govern planning and construction 461 and 469 Issued the 2nd dny of 1936.IOFFIC1AI.. Bradford County Florida at his of- tlon 1 chain (58'... link. to SW cor.
July. A. D. 19.14 ha.. filed same In SEAL) fice In Starke, Florida at 2 o'clock' ncr of the 1 lot. thence North Paral.
of small homes are-: my office and ha* made application I A. J. THOMAS.: P. :M. or a> soon thereafter as can lel with East boundary of the Sec
1. That for Tax Deed to be Clerk of Circuit Courtof be heard for authority lion. 19 chain to NW
the home be planned In Issued thereon to sell at corner; thence
We have the most modern Cold Said rertlflcntes. respectively) emhrmes Bradford County. Florida private sale, the. entire Interest or East:. parallel with south boundary
Storage i accordance with the use it Is to the following. dencrihed, propeitleu I< 12-4-St-l-l estate of the said minor In and to of, flection,, 1 chain and 58H link tt>

: serve In the County, of Bradford, I the. following described. property In'' NE.t"O : thc-m-e! South along the

]1\\ and Meat Curing Plant in Central Florida- I 2 That the construction be State Certificate of Floilda.No. 132 to-wlt embraces. : South-I!I ,Notice "II is. F.1t herenv IF.-""given" MILK that I, A. Bradford Beginning' County.at the TO-WIT S, W. Corner: of chains. .boundary hack to of SE' said corner Section of ,the 19 J

sound. "..Kt Quarter. Section. 10, Township ,,0 Andrei as Sheriff of Bradfon: I. i'. "'"bb'" lot on :Madison. Street Lot In Section 15.; S'V'4 of NW14.

1 7 !South Rouge. 21 East containing County.. Florida, under and by vir- thence running West with Madison! NI<, of S :ljIJ'I 2 acre sold trl
with a modern smoke house in :3. That It have good appearance I no Aires, more or I...'.. tile 0; that certain writ .of execu Street 120 feet thence North 105 Amanda. ( : of SWU, of
connection. The rorgresslve Farmer. Certificate No, 135 embraces North ion I issued out nf the office nod un- feet to F c Hollingsworth. lot Section 16; .C li of SL. of NE:..i. of
lint? of Southeast, Quarter and let the hand' and seal of the, Clerk. of thence Ea-t 120 feet to N. W corner Section 11. EL; Of_ Njjt.jj, Of SectIon
hhur. ory. Southeast Quarter of Southeast the circuit Court of Bradford ,'nunI of I. C. "'"hI,'s. lot thence. South 22: In Township 's" Range! 2'1 E.
I Quarter Section 11. tv. Florida nnd hearing date th.. 105 feet to point of AflO al..o.
---+ Tuwn.hlp 7 beginning, all
I 1'fith.
South% Itaiigit. 21 East, containing day of October A. D 1935 on ,i In the town of Starke; also all of The followIng, 1..lh., lands I"
: f. NO Reports from California experts 120( Acres. n,ore or les.*, Smith that lertaln. Judg-ment wherein M A ; Block; 9. l lots 4. 5 and 8 of I 10), Dradfnrd (oul1ty. Flrtdti,, :
INCREASE IN PRICES say insects destroy more timber- I 1 Certificate No 138 embraces South' county" a r.liiuldator for Bradford lots 1. 4, S. 7 and 8 of Block 3ka Et of' SE'4 nt SW'' i- E'L. of NF."
Bank rof '
of Northwest Quarter and : n corporation I la I lots I. 2. 1. 4, and 7 of Block 14 In 5I' of Section 2.: SW'fof
than lumbering and forest fires. j j.mil Northeast Quarter 01 Southwestlinif I II plaintiff and T. C Hnien. A A. Ha- Lincoln City ml.division. located In r.f $'l.t.. of Section IS: In irawnahip
I Len, .KM: : Ha... ". Mr. D W the I "Sntith.'
quarter and of the Range
South half of S'v Section 22 E.
Southwest : 32, T. And also
fasten to front end of beam I Quarter Section 11 Township 7 I O 1A haze,". B F Haien and L A, 6 South, K. 22 :;.1.of The following described lands
Brown |In
South, are defendants. I have Which I Cmv
Rate 21 East. levied said application will be County :
We Specialize pulling blade six: : to eight Inches I !I 20Q Acres, : containing I upon and nlll on Monday the 4th. based on the petition now on file NWiJ of SW Jr'ldi Section' *
In 1 day of : In
Sugar Cured Meats forward to conform to curve of 16-57 of glfal"so. 14 the legal January hours A D 1O17 during In Countv Judge' Court Bradford I TownshIp' S Range 23 E. Anti .also.
I "'racp'Veet. half of Northeast of sale. and In front County Florida. SWv of S"'li. lot. 9
moldboard. The other end of the! j ter and West half of $< Quar-I I of of the South door of the Court house. December ?l. 1936. Southern part of e '-"" acre in

WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTIONGAINESVILLE blade can be raised or lowered as 9u.irter and West half .... 13 ,, Bradford, offer the,County In Starke. FlorIda T, FRANK LANDRTM. SE1,1 I of SW'1. Nt5 of fJl.5or: ; SEU.'r -l of.
i if land. for Acr..s In
I 7 South. Range. 21 East, I I Uuardlan.. 'h" North And BOat
necessary to do most efficientwork I containing 4SO Acre, more or les.*. I and xule best at public bidder outcry for to the highest", 12-4.5t.l-l:; I Io'nrE ': ..NV&, ,.r SiPI .. an.l, *. .k.A. ....*.part.i._. _. _.. .
cash for the --'
I Certificate No. 141 embraces Kan : ; pur- XEl. of SE
4, of
hnlf if. NI rthenut Quarter pose of satisfying said judgment, tow :% 0. ,PPI.HATIONenate I R Vnd"r: h Section
Another piece of saw blade about I Northwest Quarter of Northeast and I 'it: f'OI&r ,. nfF.n: 9 S. flange *a E'i.41

f j the Quarter and East half of "' I SEU of NEVJ and E'6 of SE'4 In C.. 11111 \o. Turpentine/ a
--ame length can be forced in Southeatt Section 34.; in.1) Lease, unon the
ICE & Quarter' Section 14 Township Township lIla:: South NOTICE IS therein .
I HEKEBY aev-rallT
between Range. 19 East GIVEN. de.crUas:
the moldboard and the "",lIh. Range 21 Bast. containing : Also Lot 7 and Oeorgs Rivers ; That I described
South ho.der ba..thmlarlv In
half of lot 8 In of Tax:: Cer ald Final
fIt| piece, extending 200 Acres, more or I...... I Township Section 31, tificate No. I 1st, I.sued I : Clan
upward tok..p Six South the 3rd I
r Flange 20 day
4. of Certificate East .f The
No. I 142 embraces'1 : August A. following I
nlin Lot 1. 2 3 D' i'l.! :: has filed described
dirt 5 pen mil
from :Noithwest; 4. and North same
running over the Quarter of in properties
Section my office
14 half of Lot 6 In Section" 6 and ha. made located at and rr, anilupon
i.ip' of the plow when Township South Range 21 East TownshIp for a tux:: deed application heig, used and 'in
| plowing Seven !South; Range. 20 Knst. to be issued connection
COLD containing 1410<< with
ices Sold
STORAGE CO. Make two det'p'j I or \ O ANDREU. .rtltl ate embraces turpentine place. business
ordinary furrows Certificate' .
the and
I itt embraces North I !Sheriff of Bradford following "".cl'II''d, location of .1. L. Harden,
halt County. property In near
of Floildr
I the plow nn the first round. Then I' hilf of Northwest Scutheast' Quarter Quarter and of North-North I -t.r.t-l1 the'Iorlda.Counts 10..lt nf Ilritdfmrd Stat. of Orange chums County Heights, i-d, Waldo In Ala-
: Florida.
set the plow deep and cut only, I I went Quarter Section< 24 Township ''""h-En't Quarter barrel Still; 30,000 to.wltj 1-25
J. L. GEORGE. : half 7 !'<..uth., Range 21 East >OTI F. OK .Appiirvnov of NorthWest Cups'; : S5.000 ; Flat Bottom
MCiK. the width. This containing Quarter Clay
of Cups
throws FOR TX Section 49
the ion( Acres. I ; ntei 32. ; large I
dirt hIgh. and the aw blade, I 121-130 of more Certificate or less No 461 em 'Senate. Bill No. lfl.1): Township,"..T' South Range 21oV.1" A:;PlJ1F':31ut: J,"Ford Truck. Model
HEREBY acres "oyi Coupe.
Phone 1067 1201 N. catches It and, rolls it braces South half of Northeast Foster GIVEN That more M Ai: Mod- I
Grove to Shi 'Horr Vagn
1 St. up the desired Quarter of Northeast Smith holder of Tax The 2 Mules ; 1 Horse;
Quarter and ;
place. If the attachment Is South half of Northeast. Quarter Certificate No. 365, Issued the 6th., erty under assessment of the said. prop. : Tools Commissary stock and Fixtures I
I and the
day of : said and
Auguot." A. T> certificate implements
South half of I 19J8. ha* filed; IssuKlney.'n kinds Cf all
Gainesville Florida i properly adjusted it will aid greatly N"r'ho'e..t Q-iarter Northwest and Quarter Southeast of "aoie In my office and has made RBp'iiaTlon the name of Ch" M' :01- Turpentine Used ItIsinesu.in .connection with tb-
for J
In a tax deed
iI building t-xcellect Qu.iit.r of to be l Is.
terraces I Northwest Quarter and Unless said -
-ned ,
,. theiein certificate
I S, hwe..t ,, ald ""rtltl ate shall be 1f
| which will not break and cause bad L Qufe-ie., Quarter 14 of Northwest I liiiu-i", the f. liew' 'lug ne.., ri bed prop cmI redeemed according to law the Doggett AS lZ\UTER. J
A. West
-- .- -fl-- -- washouta. ts ..v .n fVmthwest cvrnor rae and of R.II-j erty In th< < 'i.nnty ,,f Bradford. fctute sold property to the dcs-rlbed therein will he ) : MCCollum. HO.1 ..
Florida, highest bidder
to-wlt I
w M Quart. ut Southwlst\ > Quarter E.iHalf of Soutliwut .I ourt-house dour on the flrit at Mon-the Solicitor. for PlaIntiff .
Quarh .
due In the Month of January. un .1ack.on..I\J.12-11-4-1.1) Florida.




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A' CHURCH DIRECTORYBAPTIST I desk spared Walden the rest of the J ey In the world \wan two yearn ago m>i we should SAXTONMr.
balling out, but his relief was' "It's not the money they want .
LIR ttt; .. vt. ,\. T'li-r. (..rr..po.4...
,) CHURCH thort, for he began almost at once : Its the paper" said the stricken. Let bygones, he bvRimes" Well
C. B. Price Pastor I t I... mutter humble Yes. siis. and! publisher "I ve fought Allenbur I"I-hy"! l :NKP: lo have seen you W R Swanhom of Slater' spent
I! 1 School 10 o'clock a. m. :\i.?. sits" into the mouthpiece twenty years kept him out of (the oh mujtirdh" to the office The the Christmas hI1'\y! h"I i ,' with

? crass' Supt. The boos is here, Haggerty | Semite from bUng; AmbassadorIts .)1 ld 1 Mm hasn gut wise to you his family

r.. ', ,. pg Worship. 11 a. m. ADAPTlII !V wants to see you right away. a chance to strike bark, and :;ft" tome Jay you. II be out on Misses Deasle and Lola Tylo'rt
(. f", 31.7:15: p. m. ItLUBI.US LADYfeel Does he want me in my job? I, theY'I' striking The paper will your ear and then the Star will be tended the Christmas program at
a ';.1Ij; ttg Worship, 7;30 p. m. flat; a drink a first class sheet:" the Lawtey church Thursday

:/>I :: ("Teachers Meeting, Wednes- MITCHELL Allen Haggerty's assistant, back De'"That's not going to happen to "Say, listen here! If you're try- n'- ht.

"W\.,., ay.,7115": p. m. ( /tSe METRO'401DWYN'MAYER P'Cfll",' from his taxi trip to the church us," said Haggerty whipped Into IngBy the way what are you Mr and Mrs W, R. Sw ,inborn.
'.. Mtd-week Prayer service, Wattesday 'hapter One 1 i aaul : There s a fresh bottle on active cerebration. "We haven't be- doing for yourself, Bill" ? Miss Dorothy and Arthur 5war"

y 8 p. m.Metboc1Ju. THE BRIDEGROOM: IS \ I your desk. I thought you'd need gun to fight! We've been sued be- lust finished a book Warren bom, spent Thursday in Jackson

,WED. .d' fore--big suits, too-" Treating my foreign adventures vllle
Church above the roaring of the "But they were after and the early hardships.! of my
tt.,,,.. B. M. Montgomery, Pastor. High "And how! Haggerty strode Into money-- Mabel and Carrie Dell Norman
Sunday.School-10 a. m. gigantic presses turning out the t-. hla office had poured a stiff glad to settle." newspaper days and the rats I met spent Sunday. with their sister' :
second edition of the New York "This Alienbury girl will be gladto running about. I said rats'!" He Mrs
Morning Worsnip1-11 a. m. drink and was raising it to his lips Theodore Crews.
," ".f' Epworth league-6:43: p. m. Evening Star shrilled the Insistent I when the door flew open and settle, too! Remember that For- looked Haggerty straight In the Mr, and Mrs W A. Tyler and

,_.",.j ,,'.iBvenlng Worship, 7:30: p. m. clang of a gong. The pressroom j ( Gladys Benton, a strikingly hand- rill girl.-" eye. children spent Friday with Mr and
"',,J"tjYau"'are: :' invited to all these setvTC gang stiffened Into surprised some blonde In conventional satin "You can t use those tactics here. "Listen If you mention me In Mis O. L. Brown
c ire" 1CUf.')"' I attention The electric power was IIP wedding gown with train carryIng There's never been a breach of .I that book--" Miss Dorothy Swanbom entertained -
.<,ft Instantly shut off, but the presses t' a huge bouquet of orchids and scandal about Cunnle Alienbury" "Sue me fur libel," said Chandler a number of young folks
,;.... Presbyterian Church continued to operate with a slow- lilies came wrathfully In. "Not yet there hasn, but she'sa Huavely "How Is the libel 'I with a Christmas party In her

\'ReVi i; George H. Lowry, Pastor I .Inff.... rhythm } I I "I knew I'd find you with a glass girl and she s human. I'm goingto 'these, days ? Got a good man on the home Thursday night After many
:Sunday Services: With extreme hand!" throw a man at her'! I'm goingto hush stuff?" games were enjoyed Miss Swan
10:00 a. m. Sabbath School. last copy of the Star the call In the best man we ever had "We get along I was thinking born assisted, by her mother nerved
11:00: a. m. Morning Worship. the dying press neatly I What are you doing here" demanded In libel suits-Bill Chandler!" Rill, you're a darned good newspaper refreshments to her guests Those.
4:30: p. m. Young People's Vesper Haggerty, putting down "Chandler1! He's the But and well
displaying a three-column ," I man man maybe, may- present were: Edna and Ruel Tyler
r Service. of Connie Alienbury a I I'I .1 the_ glass] "Didn Ching tell you you fired him- the best man we he I was a little hasty of Starke; Miss Ruby Shaw of

! Sermonette by Pastor. young woman whose hat ever had on libel." I "You mean you want to give me Brooker, Misses Loca Bell and
:'-iMldweek( Service: portrait had a habit of "Vel- "Sure Chlng told me and I told "And I'd do It again! '!'He's a heel my Job back" Bill seemed eager. Doris Sumner, Miss Sealle Sullie,
;,*',,7:30, : p. m. :Mission Study. 'I quently Into print, him, and now I'm telling you--r u conceited double-crossing heel! Start right where I left off Ev- Misses Lulu and. Bessie Tyler. Edna
: '8:30. p. m Prayer Service. As the machinery came won't stand for itl! You can't do Tried to run the whole paper. But erything just the same until next Bryan, Elbert Tyler Winton Sum.

J4 f ab;Uosewood- Church standstill, the foreman of the this to me! The first time it was he's the only man In the world to time you have indigestion!" nor Wilson\ Sullle Albert Brown
Take that fire at sea next time the kid- ( swing this cue" "It waant indigestion! and
I Lloyd Bryant.
\\ B.v. L. G. Hemingway, Pastor livery room thrust his I
mar- She kicked the '" "
; the napping "Then get him! Get him! "All right, Haggerty. said .
: Services every Sunday. Bible through door yelling: --
1 train of her gown out of the way "I'll have him on the job withinan Chandler, dropping his Irony. "You
., : ",. BtxAly 10:15: a. m. Services at 3:30: step on It'! We haven't got If any lights about the car flicker
i. glared at him, hands. on hips hour," promised Haggerty want to talk business. You're In a
:J(' t' o'clock In afternoon. What's wrong? it Is probably due to a loose
.' .\ '' they "What's the gag this time" But Bill Chandler appeared to be Jam over the Allenbury glil You
instant connection at
At the same a a lomp !socket or the
:l, ''',; BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH young man rushed In from editor'W "It's not a gag. The paper's an elusive Individual. The city editor ran a hot story and can't find an switch terminal.

I'f. .:-&rJ& Bev. L. A. Donnley Pastor' torial rooms barked a sharp made a terrible mistake" I of the Tribune said. he had gone out. W hat's she asking '
,y.: t Services every first Sunday. to the pressroom foreman. "So has little Gladys! Engagedto I to Denver a year before: Denver' "Five million"

''.:\\I'Sunday School, 2:30: p. m. "Hold everything for a a newspaper man! Joe Simpson that he had gone to San Francisco: Chandler whistled In surprise : COLDS

\.. 01-' :' I'.,Bible Study and Prayer Services page! We're killing the many never treated me like this!" I San Francisco that lie had lust "\Vell. I'll be 'Americas Inter- 666

,very Saturday nl&ht.I yarn!" and dashed to the Haggery was stung. "Then why I been heard of In Singapore. A ca- national play girl' and she thinks
,)i.l did you divorce him" ble from Singapore salt) he had Its worth five million! Well when FEVER
I [' ;.1" St. Mark' Episcopal Church ery room "Hey." Mac, any after ring "I've asked myself that plentyof left that port six months before I'm through with It shell take five IKtl'lll TtniFTS: tlrmt tmrl.K
it."n''Morning prayer and Sermon on gone out yet ? times! First you said a trip to Press syndicates were appealed to cents!" .\ NUSM! I......,.... M
Fl I 111 get the checker" the one Pa Ml..t..
r''f, ',' 'Jie second and fourth Sundays:! at Irishman In charge of the Bermuda. Then you said Europe big cities of the world"' 1 cabled to "Done!" cried Hdggeity, "You re Try *.a.a..- .,..TI.W.rl... Beat
;(f.Jl1 a. m. Holy Communion Satnts If I wait another year It'll be Lit for Information. on the payroll! l.lnlmrntDRINK
de- --
Days at 10 a. m. Litany and choir trucks ordered his men \ tie A-: erica -" At two o'clock In the moinlngfiladys "Oh no more philanthropy No -
their called the
practice every Friday night at 7:30 I' Have any trucks gone. I The door opened again and Mr Benton after remaining In mole 125 bucks it week There's I

.. p. m. "Yeah, number seven "' Bane, the managing editor appeared I her apartment with the minister the proposition I drew it up yes
'. "'Call him back at since noon phoned mil Icily in li.nlnv IM. hero ,'xl'e..tlng! you
; I I frantic young man from the i Get rid of that woman and come farmed Haggeity I hat she wag still I foi tin past tWl'nty'foul hours. I 0uL

.y BOB JONES !i r ____, to my office! _-

(luipter' Two AT
Comments On Here
And Hereafter \ ('\M FUn KIM ('II.\:'
ys "r, SCHOOL(
tollls Bane turned to lea VI' I 1" hr
The doctrine of the new birth his managing editor's officeGladys I
should be emphasized In the mod
s grabbed the whiskey bottle'
,ern world. Jesus said, "Except aman 'on her fiance's desk and was In the' BOTTLING CO.
be born again he cannot see act of hUlling It at the publisher 't :
the kingdom of God" It is absolutely back when Haggerty grasped hei ? tMtF
] Impossible for unregener hand I I ,, Beware Coughsfrom

ated man to apprehend the supernatural Nix, nix -that's Mr. Bane the '
s After Elijah was trans- wner of the paper! I've got to see %k ;t colds
'is' Jated the world Inquired, "Where him at once. We're facing a big common
' Is',Elijah" Elisha was In position "
" libel suit. +i i
.... to tell them. He saw Elijah "You're facing a breach. of promise ..t That Hang On

__ go to heaven. Elisha apprehended .t; suit"! For two I've played -
r1-\, '.i.li the supernatural] in God s universe years I No matter how many medicines
4 second fiddle to this paper' If you have tried for your cough,chest)
" ,:"'-Wr; JNo man can even see the kingdom r' you don't want to marry me Just "Some day you'll ba out cold or bronchial Irritation you can
: 1 sN :'of God unless he Is born a second What'i! the gag thii 1 say so on Your ear, Haggerly, i I RPt relief now with Crcomulslon.
.Mtlme. The opinion of worldly-wise ?" demanded x Serious trouble may bo brewing and
\ lima
I "Tell the preacher to wait I'll and then the Star will baa cannot afford to take. chance
-: 'I :' 'if men about spiritual things has no Cladvt.. 'phone you.Ve'I\ get married today tins class iheet." "i' you with anything less than Creomul-
.' \ value, An unconverted banker a. t 1 r the minute I'm free, That's k n slon. which goes right to the seat
; /may know the laws of banking A i ._. of the trouble to aid nature to
'a promise.
.. -- heal the Inflamed
soothe and mem-
I *!?lawyer who Is not a Christian may ,: lal office "Unload all papers! "Ching. I m wanted at the office "And this is supposed to be the uniting "Do I put my drown in The memo h< handed HaggeityitipiiliitPd branea as the germ-laden phlegm

know the principles of law A We're killing a story: I !" beamed Haggerty "Good old happiest day of a girls liCe'!" ox moth balls for another trip I payment ,'f \000: down la loosened and expelled.

:' Godless astronomer may be able "But he's -' Time Squirt '! 'Uoveim i Good old office! hustle I claimed Gladys bitterly] I Change It for a straight Jade dun ,expenses against $50,000 on Even If other remedies have
to measure the distance between I gon failed, don't be discouraged, your
I' : and Columbus Clicle liver to the church 'hing' and tell | Mr Bane thin, Jaundiced, Irrllablc I't." siild lluggerty grimly, "And lellvi-rv "You're .rnzy' It s rob, druggist Is authorized to guarantee
stars but only saved people can "Rush a motorcycle after him. Miss Denton I've been del dyed. Teller | In his sixties. was speaking older one for me!" brry'!" cried. Hnjrgerty Creomulslon and to refund your
understand things in the realm of I
I It you are not satisfied with
the supernatural We'\e got to get those papers backeveryone" to call me at the office When querouily Into the 'phone when A day pussed without nny news "All right, forget It Head any results from the very brat bottUj.
\ the Chinese hu'l departed: shaking Haggerty< entered the publisher'soffice. of Chandler's whereabouts good' books lately"" Get Creomulslon right now. (Adv.)

t' C I Mac gave the order. got on the his heed, dubiously Higgerty ask "Call the Pinkerton Deii-<.tlviAgency"
to cull all newsdealers ed the boy whnt", had happened. "Well doesn't London I .,. --. ...
on why
phone answer -
The rew birth Is absolutely] mild Hoggetty to his ecetllry. ,. ; .,;. ,'
essary for three reasons. nec'I'I that route and tell them to sell no "It's! awful to bust up your wedding ? Mi J. B. Allenbury'!" Bane "Muybe' they can (Intl' ;

I' no man can understand God : papers, As the motorcycle phut- but there was a story they hung up, rose to his feet and slatted Chandler""Chandler I
out of the in >had to kill and "'This Is terrible .
less he is born again Nicodemus I phtitted building pursuit pacing nervously. I ?" said the office boy f
reached certain Intelligent conclusions of number seven, Allen the "What story' Haggerty be- Haggeity'! What are we going who had entered with some galley y ..o,1
}t u ] about Jesus. He said j wild-eyed young man, rushed back "ame all attention to do? A mistake like that can proofs "Are you looking for Mr
"We know are a teacher come Into the city room, stopped at the "The London correspondent ca- ruin the paper"
you ; I Chandler, ? The one who used to
from God No man could do these desk of Walden, the city editor bled last night a swell story on I "What do the lawyers say ? work here Why, I know where } 'r
, miracles that thc'.i doest except who was yelling Into a telephone'"Are the Allenbury girl-" "Open-and-shut case against us he 1M" : law jeS
. :- ,God be with him." Nii-odemus was you ringing Haggerty Try "Connie Alienbury''! What kind -pure libel and slander And now
an Intelligent man. He knew that him again! Hey, boy! Hop the sub .)f a story" Higgerly was plainly I've got to get on my knees to AI- "What cried Haggertv 'Bill

\,l ;Jjesus was doing what nobody else worrIed. ienbury- a man I've fought for Chandler? You know "
',,\ t.')could do therefore! he concluded Fiftysecond "Jackson cabled she was mixed twenty years never giving an "Sure he's n good, friend ot mine

J;; '.-.of,\. ".yrr ,there must be some:: unseen power "Yet sir, I know!' said the office up in some scrape at a garden inch-" Just ]last week he gave rm ten

1 :". ,back of him. TJ.I..OIIveiled men ')oy, scooting for the door. patty tried to steal another Bane's secretary entered and bucks for my mother. She's been s
may recognize the fact that buck ( Allen looked worriedly at his 'a me s husbind" said London was ready. I sick."

of this universe there was a God. l wrist watch. "But he's to be mar- "Not Connie Allerbury'" cried "Let me talk to him" mid Hag !I "Wheie IS he?" S

":&. "Who made those" asked Napoleon ried at noon! Won't he be at the Haggerty Incredulously. gerty "You know how he hates ; "He's at the Grand Plaza: .

;" as he pointed to the stars church" "Yes sir" replied the office boy you. Ill take all the blame you i iI 'I Haggerty had not been v "' ng :

one night. Even wicked men must I' Walden, thin, bespectacled, rana "All right, then what ?" 1 knew nothing about It, not even. I I more than half an hour In th lob"V
.1Y, come to the conclusion] that back hand through his hair pulling "Jackson cabled this morning It i that I'm phming Then if I fail of the Grand Plaza when hi saw
of the universe there is a creative ): :it It. "Then you grab a taxi and was all a mistake It was somebody "But you mustn't tall! Tell himit Bill Chandler turn away from the

power But no man can understand i beat It to the church! Tell him alse She wasn't even at the party was just/ a mistake" mull desk, reading a letter Chand
God except those who have divine I I what's happened Bring him here!" "He may not even know about It let tall and! straight, with a

"+y life. "He that hath the Son hath "But I can t bust up his wedding "And we printed It! Good Jump- yet. Only fifty of those papers slightly supercilious smile, started. e .t
( l iY:' life." Born again people have a divine !" the dismayed Allen almost Ing- ". He buttoned his coat and got away! Hello, London Yes, towards the door Haggetty went

' life. They can call God "Fa shouted vest rapidly and started to rush we're ready. Haggerty put into close behind him, gave him in an
ther. Second no man can obey "If you don, it's our funeral! out, calling: "Come on!" hs voice his richest Irish charm
I ful jab in the back with his elbow
God unless he Is born again Unre- Step on It''!" Walden Jabbed the receiver "Wait a minute Mr Higgerty "Hello, Mr Allenbury' This IsI all ready: to apologize and th i

generated man cannot keep the ten against his ear, yelled into They slid not to stop for anything, I j warren Haggerty of the New York ngnlze: him but Instead of turning I Ja
commandments. No man In his 'I the mouthpiece: "Are you ringing' but yo'j gotta have your pants!" Evening Star Yes I realize Chandler shouted: ,
own strength has ever kept them i Haggerty Keep on ringing him! Haggerty pulled on the graystriped we've fought you in the past but i
e Keciember sin Is In the nature ofI j I Allen disappeared into the elevator ] trousers that went with his for- Its always been a good clean fight "Warren Haggerty! From Brook Gives 1 to 3 More Miles per Gallonin

the hctrt You can put a man In mal attire and made a run for the No I didn't call to talk politics lyn to Bombay a stab In the back
1 Jail and keep him from killing j]I I Warren Haggerty In B V.D.'s I I elevator. { but to make a ah. a little explanation spells/ Haggerty!" Passenger Cars *

someone, but you can't keep him., and a dress shirt, stood before the Reporters, re-write men, copy- an apology. An early I "I never"stabbed you In the back
from being a murderer at heart. : mirror In his masculinely disordered readers all I! pretended to be busilyat edition carried a little Item about Chandler! exclaimed Haggerty ..

Men are not made good by law. bedroom adjusting his tie. work cs Haggerty strode up to your daughter Oh no. nothing forgetting the politic procedure he cI/4 ,
They are restrained by law. Men''' Ching, his Chinese houseboy was the city editor's! desk, but they cast Important- Just a story about a had. planned, "Ami I want no insinWell We suggest that
are made good by the grace of God : ecstatically brushing a high silk covert galnces at Walden, some In trifling incident at a garden party !, after alt that's' a long Limo
P':: and by the power of the new hat The telephone on the night sympathy some In l i,Icasure: that he Our London correspondent got the ago and we should you make a tent i

\ Third, no man can please birth'l table jangled insistently and Ching was going to catch It flora the wrong name. The minute we discovered "Bury" the hatchet Or was It a In your own car
, less he Is born again. Ve lead' started to tike: It up. managing editor. the mistake we called' all knife queried Chandler.
t1 I "Let It ring!" commanded H-: "Get this. Chandler once and f'n' and find out for
much in the Word of Cod about the ggftly Haggerty began to shout twenty the papers back Oh absolutely!
;)r .flesh. Flesh in the Bible means a tail good-looking young i feet trim Walden's desk: "Can't I Mr Bane was terribly upset not ill: I dHn knife you"Thafu yourself the ex.
' d't,nan's natural unregenerate state I man: nearly thirty "I've had stay away from here for a day that there was any harm In the right soothed the libel
kli;, .'All of our righteousness la as fllS''I' enough gigs! pulled on me this : without someone pulling a boner Item -. the spirit of fair piny so that reported "You only tried toHtggeity Ira mile in 11-C.

?: itthY rags When we are bornsgain morning'"Maybe!" You call yourself! a newspaperman If It ever come to your attention I glared "Besides Ic' I
,?( we have a new nature. We I Miss Benton again," Your nose should have told What! I Among certain' Eskimos------bad I '

.have the nature of God Imparted suggested Ching diffidently, "I you better! Why the story fairly Haggerty glued his ear to the receiver I .nipcr In considered a sign .,t dluolo See theSinclair
to us. Then we can please God No|j afraid maybe she-- reeks of alcohol\ -- Jackson wan listening for a full minute : / possession, lying Is a crime I
; unregenerated man by any go id "You're afraid?" Interrupted drunk," without once speaking! Stillspeechless punishable by death. cS'nIs. Dealer
deed can please God I i Haggerty grimly "I'm marryingher "I knew the boss hated her he hung up. consorna- .

: and you're afraid! Now. that's father" began Walden, eager to tlon on his face, B, ne. who had listened 1,116e: RIm>.:n IHIII t'\'noM > t NWoCtO.J 4s.leN.M a.A.M, e.-..". 1t ..e
what I call ]loyalty!" He took the clear himself. In on another extension, \KI-: sot | ITTin .I..M.t.. ..'
A large air transport powered: not nni "' 141. (Ire nnturo'ti "'urnII. -
I i receiver off the hook, shoved it "And her father hates us. said stunned unbelieving got to his ." "["Ln..r Ahwad" Make this S.'ifHt .
by steam Is reported to be under I'He but'hti 'Iruv, **". oil..1I
'i under a pillow on the bed. Haggerty grimly. "He'd give his feet, went to the window. "A libel jnnlfier
construction In Germany. I and I orhr drug, made into little
I "She say before, If you late she I right eye to blow us up and you suit for five million! His New iclti" ,ii tablitM. lo flush out excess Agent Sinclair Refining Company (I Int.)
---.----- tear down! church :d C! : .'_ I Iblou 'Kill and linpurltlo F.xiru: aol.l/i
aa .r0 hand him the dynamite! The one York agent must have got one of j I rue uimv 1..11.,1.11 i rMHultlriir/ In K..t-
e, The United States rice crop is ly. I girl in the world we must handle those fifty copies and cabled him 'ii K up nnthm' 41 miiy' rl'','\ r iiinli > Foe11 SI.P'L. I IODVUTi4J.
: : ; \ :
I 'Irr, limning; hm kui tic, ana Irir YE
Riving promise of a normal harvest "Even that won't strp If: Oh Its I with gloves you smear clear across at once I paint ,It,,.t *.nv Milk*** tr> < iurIrunnUt
la this year of unfavorable wea- no Ude, Chlng I said I'd meet her the front page!" "She's Insane! Mad!" cried I In run, daif no: p, .. ,. H. WXINWRIGHTP Agt.
ther. at the altar at the stroke of twelve i The ringing of a phone on hla t Hal'gerty. "She got aU the mon- ..I il l>'r v"Urtif ui' :i(1ltur.1 ; will. IP rwfundid Mll>'lil I STKKE, FLOKIUt

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PAGE==: Ico It I Bradford-- County LATE FERNANDINA LANIV! A REALINUCSTRY I- _f I0n IDA jjj : :; ; ; .

I Fernandina Is one of the
Established 1877MEMBER TO CLASSIFY tionally well located Florida municipalities RIJT7k !

that has been playing In
SSg = raTto nr ni'S.ri-L KAY hard luck. 3&YAM

r 1 FLORIDAPRESS ASSOCIATION \ ......r,.* Florid Press Asm. It has one of the finest beaches

v In the world and one of the best QrLwFL01
1935 .
\ '-> ) to all the rules I sup- harbors In Florida. These assets

t x' -JC'UDaIId C'tida. _' I ought to sit down and chew have not been sufficient to keep It'' 4 IGA

pencil and try to figure out a a going concern. Gradually it has'

L Published; Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second of trick New Year's Resolu- lost population and pay roll. Like

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida On and after January 1. Palatka it has been blighted by I

.- -1 will so-and-so or I won't over-shadowing Jacksonville. I I
That the Nassau County capital
E. L. Matthews __ __u .____Editor and I WOMANMMSTE&
H u ? I'..re tried it in the past and should have been selected as the

always turned< out such a dis- site for the Initial unit of a tremendous r

. SUBSCRIPTION KATE to myself that this plant to be erected by the
GBETTE' Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance I'm Just gonna try goin' on Container Corporation of AmericaIs r 'k, x"M I ''I
like without havin' to wor- good news to Putnam County, y

Advertising Rates on Application <.1 fret over what to say when which does not endorse< the South I

host brings out a nice scotch Florida dog-in-the-manger policyof n ,n t .!'+t 4'!
SHWhat soda or how to explain that cuffing the neighbors every time i ueoov

By KED KERCESave quit smokin' when someone of- they grab a juicy morsel. Thai

will soak me a three for a quarter Per- Putnam County was bidding for i i iA
for the government you.
a rainy day ;
the same Industry does not color its

Ing or o pleasure. Deep water was the deciding -
there's that old< time-worn

' anywaymoney A genius is a person who thinks up things you get about not sayin' any factor. ) 'j
? There is of consolation ,
plenty local I
words. But the trouble / Lf Lf.V
Theremaking ed for doing the In the thought that the pulp ; 4 ticJL
of us make it right at 1.t
o we accidentally hit ourself on Industry Is coming to Florida. Every + I

The prli Often we wonder what this world will come to, but thumb with a hammer. You mill that is located down here 1 I
and In the pine belt hastens the day 0 r .V
ing {
it takes a good guy to let a 4
darn it won't e'er.A I i 4 .
1 productBible sure when its competition must make a n
New Year's resolution stand f I
ti: foj -o of self similar! move. Sooner or later depending hi'4'
way emphatic expres 1'
to I the speed that is exercised t a>'f 1 ,
means fly n good way to get ;your block knocked off, is to go at a time like that. In upon renewing construction of THE FIDST

more cobetter with a chip on your shoulder.An there really is something In- the cross-state ship canal this city 1t '? .' i if OE2AL faaaeNvE :

t o I and encouragln about will return to its former glory as / OfffelrII I II1D
of another year. Some- Nh ,
"Industrial" '
and ma, exchange asks, "What has become of the I we always feel that it presents should metropolis. } ti'N' THIS COUNT 3
4 to make Sight not be lost of the "
more 1.13Too itch?" Well, who wants to know ? to start all over ( fact that Fernandina showed rare WAS 87:4B.lISHGO I
But most of us overlook the
n o that while its a NEW year. enterprise tainer in going after the Con- EL/CAN S AMD
Corporation plant. It went
the mat '
When pursuing happiness at breakneck speed same old YOU that has to
tooJlttJ so far as to employ a go-getter to 31Y'r
;: IN /9O3.Y
to the 1 there's no red light between you and trouble. through it. handle the promotional work. It l ?.c r

culture I Claus brought me a beau- I built a street to the site. It offered .: '11l/IrH11ft; 5L/JA5T/AN
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e< o new calendar desk pad and every possible cooperation. haying -

many conclusifarm Quite often when a peace parley is held a on my desk right beside the j the." goods and the right spirit When Ruth Bryan Owen was appointed the record she probably enjoys most

si starts over whose time it is to smoke the pipe. 365 bright shiny pages It won. in 1933 by President Roosevelt as Minwas the honor of being the only woman

farm 01 I'm the little guy that has to The "come back" of Fernandinawill ister to Denmark, Florida was given the ever to play on the men's polo team in

quantitWe ; o the record. be a bright spot in the industrial distinction of claiming the first woman Jamaica. At present Mrs. Owen i u

can The world is large enough for one to say what he for fun I pawed over the history of Florida. It is envoy in the history of the country. Flor- touring the United States on a lectui':

tory vtt if his contender isn't too close, or is hard of hearing. to see whether or not I'd splendid proof that a live commu- idans can be justly proud of this distintour.. 6

profitatThere the most of the past year nity may be down but Is never out. guished fellow citizen. In addition The first Federal Bird Reservation I
o wa
was laid in my lap all clean -Palatka Dally News. being a woman of refinement, charmingpersonality

volved The modern mother's fears never cease. Most of pretty, 365 days ago. But I and marked intelligence, she created by executive order of President !

culture are afraid their daughter will grow up like their mother.o what the answer was before I"I.OUIS.L.ItU S is also astonishingly versatile. She served Theodore Roosevelt, March 14, 1903, b>

trol of It was the same answer as a nurse in the British army during the setting aside Pelican Island in the In I
ruch aaa.ect or anybody else would get If A defect In our present way of Egypt-Palestine campaign of the World dian River
People who read love stories are either (a) single doing things, which will near Sebastian Florida. This
petPERT sit down and< do a little probably War and for nine before
years entering Island had been occupied by brown
happy or (b) married and darn poor choosers of unbiased checktn. be solve corrected the practical when or if we ever politics lectured on the Chautauqua platpelican..! for upwards of a century!

A o while I m not makln' any | volved. Is that often those problems performing in- form. Her playing on the concertina, Strange to say, in 1924, the pelicans

And listen Oswald. For the 94Gth time! The man who I can't, I chalk am gonna a little try bet-and the greatest service to society the mouth organ, and her swimming, abandoned their ancestral nesting site
up {I rank equally well with her fine oratory. and moved to
IllCorsi cently stole a pet skunk is not the author of "Gone With than I made the past are Inadequately paid in comparison While Florida member a mangrove island on the
with those whose services representing as a southern end of Mosquito Lagoon near
and believe me, there's plen
1J. Wind. room for improvement so it :I are to say the least of doubtful of Congress she served on the Comthe north boundary of Brevard County I
I I I value. mittee of Foreign Affairs. She is The
p- be hard to do. a Audobon Society was able to per.
If you've stood in one place and can only count lookln' buck 1830 wasn't I The state of Florida has just Is- member of t' -,.'!lie of American Pensuade President Coolidge to set the area

sued a book listing all state women P of\ Professional Woaside as a Federal refuge the f"I'owilllmen's '
nine damn fools don't become a bad I've seen a lot employees -
discouraged. Maybe year.
,;==-=; : and have but 1937 which serves to emphasizethis c ?nal Council for year and it was designated as D. eval d t
so you .
forgetting yourself. point. For example: Child V \I'i"rt: rl) career. P..f"I'\"e.
mighty promistn' especially I

o heet."T .. Business In most ev- The deait of Florida University

Two of the chief subjects to cuss are the shows a marked Improve- gets $341.67 a month; the official Talking Man Dies Florida to-wit: Stark In Northwest Quartet ,.r

Conditions< generally are who checks beer and whisky sales Lot One, Two of Block C, Rls- Northwest Quarter South of 9th
1s and the weather. The average man has about decided for the state: gets $400. i OCALA-Death sealed the tired Inll"'" Addition to Starke, In Street. Section 23 Township. b
Nm-thwext Quarter of Norlhw.etQu'I..r South, Range 22 Bast.Th .
can't run the weather. the holidays I look for the j Floi Ida's governor is paid $325a lips of Howard Stlllman last week. South' of Ninth Street.tI..t assessment of the said property -
S* Townnulp 6 South under the said certificate Issued -
o Influx of tourists and vis- month; the state's racing super- Almost at the exact moment a Range 22 East. was In the name of Mrs Cells

"People who tell lies are partially insane," declares a we have ever seen. Building< i> intendent Is paid $780.A clock tolled out the 418th hour of The under assessment the until of certificate the said property issued- Carter.Unless Bald certificate Shalt be

and real estate Is beginnin !; professor/ of science who Is a uncontrollable talking and singing was In the name of J. C PoppellUnlenM redeemed according to law Ih,"
chologist. Which are you, Doc a man whose wife never property described therein will b.!
While we still have plen PhD. has a monthly salary of said certificate shall be redeemed -
I for the strangely stricken 44yearold Recording to law the sold to the highest bidder at tli-
questions, or half dizzy yourself? unemployment the situation $183.33; a stamp clerk of the beer I described therein will be Mold courthouse door on the first Monday -
man his parched tongue form- In the month of February. 1937.
o Improved over a year ago. I and whisky department who is J to the highest bidder at the courthouse which Is the Ixt day of February
I door on the first Monday In
a dozen folks in my own i M not a Ph.D., receives $300.A ed the last faint words. He mum- the month of Fein'nary, 1937. which 19::11.
There's success for married men in walk of
every Dated this let, day of Januarv.
I I. the iHt day of I..hl'u".y.11:11.: .
| were out of | professor bled until the last. .
of un.OF..ICIAL
back will somewhere if think education gets Dated thin Int. day of January
Talking get you'd
you you and in a tough spot last New :$150; a beer and whisky department I 1097. ( SEAL)
better with tombstone instead of (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A .I. THOMAS, '
a on a hat. who all have jobs now and i i cashier
gets $175.
Alaska sable Is a trade name for A. J. THOMAs! Clerk of Circuit Court of S
t o ( up the slack and times The Cleih of of Bradford County Fk>rldi
Circuit Court
race track veterinarian gets the fur of the common skunk. 1-1-6t..t-30
I .
are better. .
Tlradford .
( ounty Florida
Good hearted Franklin. We are actually a little :$650 a month duringthe racing 1.1-61..t.80
I feel that we have a right to' i season; the \OTIoM, APPLICATION '
president of Florida :\iOTU'101'PPI.lr''IO'll
pointed that he hasn't
inaugurated a "dig the Republicans forward to 1937 with confl-1 .'OR TAX IIKKDVeontr : !&OTICR OF APPI.l't'l'10\ FOIL TAx miiVenate : >
of the landslide" with WPA I University gets $600, having made (! Hill "%''. I ICONOTICK : FOR T' .: pFFalSenate ( RIM <%... IH.1t
I : project funds I and hope. Its our year and I the mlstak of_ not becoming a : is HFnbn5iIve.: : That (! Hill %... 11I:11: :NOTICE IS HKIIKRV: lIVEN Thnf
It NOTICE 1 IM HEHERY(11v14N,9'hat':: C. J. Puu-ell holder of Tax Certificate -
standpoint should 1 Ruth
u-- every horse doctor Lawrence, holder of Tax Certificate -
;, C. J. Powell holder of "j of Tax Certificate
No. 312. Ixxtiecl the 5th day nf.Au"u..l.
Untied 18
No. 5)9) the Slid day
better than last. So let's No. Issued the 6th day, t tAUgu..t. A. T>. 1124, has. filed seine I In
There are other problems more difficult to solve The president of agricultural college of July, A II. 1 9)J4, has filed name .
A. I> .
now to make the most of it! I In inv office and HUB made application l 1929. HUH riled same my office and has mad application'
Iii which came first, the chicken or egg. For instance, I | might make a good horse doc- I for a tax deed to he Issued In my for office a tux and, deed.him to made be application issuedthereon. for a tax deed to lie Ixxtied thereon::.
Said certificate embraces" the followIng
tot, and be thereon Said certificate/ emhraceathe
paid than .
the heck can a relief worker conduct a "sit down strike ?" there is one event that Is ; more $300 a following dxt'rlbetl property In Said certificate emhraceHthe described property In the Cou>-
month fie now receives as compared the County of Bradford Slate ofKlorlda following dencrlhed property In tv of Bradford State' of Florida, to- I
to happen to in 1937 that' tha
U.-.. us to-wit County of Bradford State of.Flntldn wit:
-- let's
will be better than last I say with the $520 paid :North-enxt Quarter of Northe..Kt to-wlt: T.ntH Four Six, Nine, ElevenHlnrk .>i

Yes there's always room for a few more at the top. and< that Is the Florida Fair. ,during,track the racing season to a race Suartel'urner. nf& Koutlienpt 2 Acres In Quarter Northeast ofNorlhsmst I I i Alt Illockn: to .Stark J, 1C. L In ninlnw'n NorthwestQau'ter Addition I fl In. nixlnrs Northwest.Addition Quarter of tnHtarke r,'

get a big enough kick, though, standing at the bottom brand new exposition I I investigator. Quarter Section, 14Township I I South;' of of Ninth Northwest Street' Section Quarter n Ninth Northwest"Street,Quarter South of
Section 29 Township -
to hold a life-net watching the poor boobs take a tumble. I Iu have been added and the i Education like most other thingsIn i Cnxt J 'ontalnliiK R South 42 Acre Hang, More 22 I I Townnhlp 0 South, Range 22 6 South Range 22 Kaxt.
eleven days of the Fair life. Is not going to be worth or leHH: I Kant. The assessment' of the said pro\""
pe- The assessment of the amid\ ,,
prop- arty under the sold rtlf Iss'
-- -- much Th,* .mpnt of the HaM' |CH "
i more to us than what HHHPH prop- .
we said certificate I is.s"el
delight the thousands erty under the ed
who 'MtiiniliT, tlie Maid tertlflcate I..u,1',1 wax' in the name of Hfrs. Teresa- i
Perhaps one of the Ct'ways to scare a person to the Fair and Carnival, willing to pay for it. If our Flot- I,, wan In the name ,,f> U o 'V..Ii WellerCnlenn i l wan. In the name nf Ueo. H Levlton.Cnlexx. .
said certificate .shall h
t r'deemed
might be accomplished is mad with Ida education turns out to. be of I "merI'nleHH said certificate shall he redeemed Accoiillnq' law,
someone got enough Gaspaillla pageant and pa-1 I I i i sold retttfitate shall be redeemed accurdlnv to law, the : to the pruiertv \"
quality than our horse piopelty riexcrlbfd' therein will b* IIh'l I
faces according to law the -
Landon to rush up behind him and suddenly yell "New will be bigger and finer this' ,and the ''' described therein will be property gold dentrlbed' therein. will be Hold to the hljrheMt bidder', at the rnur
whisky we drink we need to the hlnhext" bidder" at I the court .
with striking pirate floats and to the hlKhext bidder nt the courthouse .. house door on the first Monday hithe '
hn" dour on the flint
-----)Y- look no further for e Momlnv In month of whirl
It ii the reison.--- door on the first Mnnditv In February. IU1.: <
month of '
Press commercial entries. Ye t. Petersburg the month of February 1U.17. which the IK the Int. d, February.nf I'ii7.: which I" the let day of February, 19U.
Association are astonished by that IndependentVI ly Fehruary 19.17. Tinted.. ,
A reports Krewe of Gasparllla has -.-. I I IK the let day or drbr; frYJalI i'y. lilted. thin 1st. clay of January 1931. thin Ixt, day of January
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keys are being taught on the :Malay Peninsula to pick a new pirate ship for': 1017 117 OKFICUL SH. (OFFICIAL SFAt.' )
( \1.1
nuts. Yet we pick our political leaders over here, don't I!II year's\ show which is being !I HO SHOULD! PitOI'OSE4The I OFFICIAL A. .J,HEAL THOMAS.) i I I Clerk A. .,I THo of r.\N. A Clerk J. THOMAS of Circuit, Court of!,

0- I remodeled and dellign-I old argument about whether I flerk nf (County''''nut Coillt Florida.II6t1a0 ofBradford I II I II Bradford Circuit County: ,Court Florida of l-l-Bt--t-30 Bradford CountyFlorida. '
| the occasion The arrival t-1-5t--1.3o'
,, or not the woman should pro t
A Philadelphia man was awarded two cents in a Krewe this will I 1.FoRK'' REPORT
>i motley year Is .
brought in the
up again "\01..llOP APPI.l<-'1 HKOH '0'1'1'1 OF AI'I.I.I\'I'IO'\o Starke. Fla., Hoc. 31at: lU4
w( of promise Suit for his broken heart.-If our heart ': most. brilliant and colorful af current Progressive Farmer, and a! T tX: IH.KIIXeiiKlr : FV1R'r9C; Itr.Kli Report of the (Perk of the Circuit

worth more than two cents we don't believe we'd wanna I' urge you nct to miss It.I I contributor who signs herself "LltI NoriCB: ( IH HKKKBV Hill ,>n.
in love. I Industrial commercial !I tie Hattle" offers the following' C. J. Powell, holder of Tax. Certificate I C. J.. Powell holder of Tux, t'.rtiflIcat. ed for the year U311. -
;: ant agricultural resources will be'',! warning to the ladies No. 362. tunned the 3rd day of No. 3tfl Issued the 3rd dav of C. A. KNIGHT
: I August A. D. 1931. has filed earn August A P 11131.: nan filed name Tax Collector.Cimnty .
n i I advantageously shown than I I I "Regardless of how much In my office and ban. mad,application In my office and has made.. applica Proper'
wit '[ before through artistic dis you for a tax "e..d'o be tmuedthereon. lion for a lax deed to he lnuiedthereon To Balance due ._ t .440.lt1>
Historians\ .
tell ----
: us that prehistoric cavemen were all :' like hIm and no matter what kind Said certificate' embrace Said' certificate embrace. By amount collected ______ 1,775.x/
handed. We of fruits and vegetables a glamorous glwo the moon casts the following described property In the following ilenrrlbed property In To Balance due '? ____ 4.169.67
presume they; got that way holding their products and the County of Bradford. State of the County of Bradford State of Flap a Forfeiture
in tTiis hand wl: i io! j over his faults, let the man pro- Florida, to-wit: To Balance due :2.417 4}
dragging their wives -
around by the complete and comprehen- pose! Even though the roses have t.ot, Five. Ten of Block tl RleIna's By amount collected :::::: 0431:
with the other.Invariably. exhibits of Federal and State | Addition to Htarke In To Balance. dn* _. t.7Sl.U
I never smelted sweet Northwest Quarter. of
so come down Charlie Northwest Count Ra4 a.d Bridge
--0- some of them occupy- to reality put on your and Smilirf Sapplta Quarter. South of Ninth Street To Balance. due .__Uh. 8.1I1I".n
buildings. specs Section 3S Township 6 South By amount collected. __.__._ 2.221.10To
we are remindt I that the meek aren't I look into the future. Just visualize Kanare 22 K.int.: Balance due __.___ S, 37.tCoasitr
dates of the Florida Fair are this same gallant hero all reared The aiinennnient, of the call property Icheel. General
more than good righteous people. Thank goodness for ; 2tt to February 6, while |I back under the said. certificate Issued To Balance due. ______ H.05* 20'
In In
patched overalls, saying, WA the' name of D C. Jones i By amount collected 2.231 I"T
the good die Wouldn't Gasparilla pageant and Lnlenn said certlfkate shall he redeemed .. -. .n.. __
young. it be a calamity If the par I 'Children this Is the place your ma Balance due 1i.37.1&l lfonsjlr
according tu> law. the i
things hung around and eventually inherited the i occurs Monday February 2, asked me to marry her. Red .rty described therein will be sold to' To Balance due Poll.__ SOJ n4
en big days and eleven big :, wouldn't be the color of face the .highest. bldcl..r..t the nuirrhniine I By amount collected. u___ tl n"
o of fun frolic and entertain your door on I the tint Monday: !In'' To Balance. .doe. ___. 21Tntal .
I and l you'd feel oh, so mortified be- the month of February. 1931. which ". -9eh. l Rather
An insurance company lists a number of ways one and you re invited. | cause he'd be telling the truth! In the I..t. day of February 1917 To Balance due ._ ____ 7.977
Hated thl I..,.. day of ..
January By ___
collected 2.11'11.To
invest his money from which he'll reap large benefits. : Gh Yes what I started out ': However this wouldn t be the first 1937. amount Balance due 'n. .. S.74H.H''
G when I sat down to little time this (OFFICIU. SET.' Tittal "' ....iII".1 Bonded
read down to where the article said "Buy a farm. That \ my subject would have been ; enough for was HAPPY NEW brought up. | Clerk of Circuit Cmirl of Ry amount collected L011.Z4
us ; we made a jackass out of ourself years -- --
and may you have a swell- I "Eut lef Bradford County. Florida. To Balance due Ii.U'-
think of
the t1.5t1.30xo'IICE
present grlrallt------.
trying to plow a mule. 1937! \
I for awhile. To Balance "I
Suppose you were to du(9_ +
: : OP APPLICATION fly amount collected : : III')'
C( o walk up to your Prince Charming .'0" TA r: u.n: To Satan.... du. __ 891) 1W I
of "cotton road' ) ....>. Bill *.. nu
Note to scientists, psychologists, physicians, strip laid in and say 'I think your eyes are lea: ) Mow's Frmmlmm
I II To Balance due __ ._ 403
hollers, radicals and the rest of those bone-headed ten years ago, and I beautiful. Will you marry me?' C. J. Powell, holder of Tax Certlflmte By amount collected ___ ItlO"To
to usual traffic conditions, Then. Just suppose be were to answer "Sells ( ih'tNew N' .. 3HI, (Issued the 3rd day of Balance due .u____ 291"',
ians who are continuously trying to tell us : required no attention I I or August, A. D. 1(31 has filed earn Road R.NI| R.I....
repair with a superior smile 'No In my office and has made applica To Balance due. _. __ 9.0761'
Phi( die'n't! already know: We've found a spot colder than the : still Is In excellent condition. .a thousand times. No!' The moon Year'ico'' Qrterv'make lion for a tax deed to be Issued By amount collected ___q__. **' *?
thereon Said certificate embracesthe To Balance due .U3.N
directly under your feet when you walk barefooted on a would go behind a cloud, the roses rin irt: >tili \.. following described property In Road Bride- lo- - 40 per cent of all thefts would smell the County of Bradfurd. Slat of A Mlsjklog. F...
linoleum. bitter and ..
en slept last night under you'd L" -
a starched bed- freight transit say. head. Florida, to-wit: "l'n nalane.. due .__ It 1 "* '
Is coal :i with me, 'Let the man: propose: I Lots One Two. Three, Tw.lveof By amount collected u___. 2,551$1
Block n, Rising's AdJItiwn to la HuUn. due "UI:4d: a


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