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: October 22, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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)F COMMERCE R. T.SERVE CALDWELL LOCAL WILL ROOMS IN COUNTY HAVE GOOD SEWING HERE THAN don't Intend to b-5 sued for the first three movements of "The 1-HOURPARKING '

CHURCHThe RECORD libel for the following article. Notif Big Apple" In his frantic efforts to

the use of lots of legal words and shake the rat out.

jRGANKEDDr. .. of Rev.Cheyenne and Mrs., Wyoming R. T. Caldwell will-,' five Eighty-three Bradford County women employed sewing cen-by 5 YEARSAGO lieges" can make us exempt.In Ruts, at heart, are peace-loving ON CALL STREET
the first place we don't know little fellows and when this one
have charge of the First Presbyterian ters, have made
more than 7853men's ,
\ Elected anything- -we only heard. But the discovered that he had run Into across
tlerlong Church here, it was learned women's and children's
gar story persists that a certain court between a ('allfornllearth
this week Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell ments since March of this Census Taker Finds Con Merchants Believe
'Wilson year -
Head; J. E. house official while In a certain quake anti I u 1 Florida hurricane he
arrived from
Cheyenne, where
he Miss Ruth Johnson, supervisorof ditions Generally store on Call Street had the mIs- quickly descended, not, however, 'Would Encourage
Secretary was pastor of the First
In Presbyterian
Women's Work centers In Bradford fortune to have a rodent frolic up before the prancing county official
Church for fifteen years, this week said that they had Improved his trouser leg. (There. That hud started loosening his belt (for Business

M 1 JEiUERSUIP: DRIVE Saturday October 8. They are at produced about 3.600 quilt blocksin sounds much more dignified than what purpose we refuse to amy, but

) ,AXXED.;.; COUNTY.W1DEnr present staying at the home of the same period of time, The period CHEWS: ; COMPLETES Jon simply saying a rat ran up his we suspect the worst), i :MARSHAL STARTS DRIVE
Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olsen but will covered In the report released FOR 1'IIETOIRI, ) TIME pants. Doesn't?) When Interviewed yesterday Mr. I AGAINST; BIG; TRUCKS

!M. B. Herlong was elected November move into the manse Monday, yesterday, ends about October 15. -.., Rumors that the victim actual : -oops! almost fprgot that time) I

halrman of the Bradford County 4. A large quantity of work has The fact that Bradford Countyhas ly shed his pan--er, trousers, are empl1ltkallypnletl\ that he would A petition, requesting the City
Mr. Caldwell) is
amber of Commerce at an organization ( a native of Ken- been: done by the eighty-three ladies around 200 more farmers today unfounded, but witnesses do declare open n course of Instruction In The | Council to pass!! an ordinance setting -
meeting held In the Wo- tucky, having been born In Dun- on "Our Day," which Is given than it had five years ago was that he unknowingly executed Big Apple. I a one-hour parking limit on

nan's flub building, ) : Wednesday vllle. He attended Center College i over to the workers, for mending, one of the Important discoveries two central. blocks of Call Street,
ternoon at 1:13: o'clock. Jos. E. and later the Union Theological making and turning out garments made by Stafford L. Crews who t was signed by twenty-eight busIness -

ilson wus elected secretary. Seminary In New York City and and quilt blocks for themselves completed the farm census of this CIRCUIT COURT BOARD MUSTCut men this week. It was circulated
following this he took postgraduate -
About thirty business and pro- Miss Johnson said that 3,423 quilt county the last of September. It by W. E. Bryant, restaurant -
ession.il men attended the meet- work at Columbia University. blocks had been made by the workers was the third time that Mr. Crews proprietor The! restricted

ne anti, some of them made short He received his D. D. degree from I in the five rooms on "Our Day". hits conducted this work. Set ForNOVEMBER Transportation area would lie between Thompson r

alka stressing the great good that Trinity University In Texas. Mrs. 'They have also during the same "I believe the figures, which I and Court streets

I ould be accomplished by an active Caldwell Is a native of Tennessee.In time made, and mended about 2- have already filed in Tallahassee, The petition will probably be presented .
amber of Commerce In this I his different pastorates Mr. 606 pieces of clothing for their indicate that many Bradford farm- 8 lUOOAF ONCE to the council at Its. next
Ii Caldwell has sponsored the buildingof ers who left the land during the
ounty. It was stated that several own use regular meeting November 2.
four churches, one in Macon, boom days have returned to the -
i Federal Two council members
utulun! noon, a new veterans' hospital, a Mo., another in Memphis, Texas, a once a week Day'Miss Johnson periods,said come, soil," Mr. Crews said. Farms, and KLONDES CASE IS MOST BUS ROUTES WILL KE have signed the request Only
i third In Denver, Colorado, and the the buildings situated on them are STUDIED) WITH
uberculosis\ sanitorium. and a Work In the sewing rooms have IMPORTANT NOW ON VIEW two business men refused to signon
ranch of the Battle Creek Mich. fourth in Cheyenne, Wyo. They furnished compensation for needy In generally better condition today DOCKET TO REDUCTIONSM. the grounds that they feared an
have two children, both grown; a than they were five years he I
ago unfavorable
ianltonum, have been established mothers In all parts of the county reaction among shoppers -
n Florida recently, and that this daughter in In Tacoma Wash., and a It Is a part of the 154 work centers said.The According to provisions of a law L. Stone of the State Department Mr. Bryant said.
ection might have obtained at son Cheyenne.The for women located end of. September also passed at the last legislative session of Education, told local school Marshal A. L. Alvarez said yesterday
past one of them If we had made new pastor has preached for state. The work Is under throughoutthe state- meant the end of 1.230 miles of ridIng circuit court will be con- officials and board members here that he could enforce suchan

I concerted effort. the past two Sundays and urges wide direction of Mrs. Flolla A. for MI' Crews., That Is a large vened here Monday, November 8, Monday that It will be necessary to ordinance if passed, and that in

Tie following committee was ap- all members and others to attend Stouthworth, who also Is directorof number of miles to cover, especially Instead of the first Monday In No- reduce transportation expenses In the meanwhile he Is going to start

anted: A. J. Thomas, T. F. Lan- I church services at the Presbyterian professional projects. when you consider the fact it vember as has been customary In this county by at least' $1,300 and a campaign on his "own hook to
! I Church Sunday morning and was all done within the boundariesof
night possibly $2,000.Superintendent.
rom, \V P. Smith, F. F. Stump, past years. prevent large trucks and buses
ilmo R. Stui th, and E. L. Mat- Bradford County. The only case now on the cilm- A. J. Grlffls said from parking an unreasonable

I ews. It is planned to solicit FEARS TAX NO CONFUSIONSeen It Is quite a problem to cover Inal docket of any Importance Is yesterday that $15,400: had been length of time in front of business
nembership from every part of LAW the county without backtrackingand the one against Mike Klondes and budgeted for transportation this houses. He said there la no doubt

lie county, charging only $1 dues at the same time feel sure his wife, Gladys, on a charge of year, but that at the rate costs In that merchants lose some business
:urn now until January 1. May Hurt Chances By WainwrightIN that you have not missed anyone, manslaughter in connection with this (department had been going for because of these nuisances which
The next meeting will be held Mr. Crews snys. He is pretty fam- the fatal shooting of Mallie Groves the first few months of the school discourage would-be shoppers when

n the court house Tuesday night at iliar with the county by now, but near here on July 3. year they would total $17,800. there Is no parking sPlice
30 o'clock. The general public I OF NEW SCHOOL ELECTION LAWSAYS if he comes to a section that is the Klondes and his wife, who are Bus route will be studied by One observer (who refused to

on all over the county is Invited least bit unfamaliar to him he gets under $tOoo bond, were In Starke school board members with a view let his name be used) slated that

n attend. someone who lives there to accompany Tuesday morning. He told Deputy -i toward miking reductions at an some business men want to keep

-. RIFFIS; SAYS LACK OF POLL TAX him on his rounds. Ben Rowe that he had been i eiuly meeting.Mr. the space In front of their own establishments -

PEPPER TION URGES ASSOCIA-I PAYMENTS WILL MAKE funning a filling station between Grlffls described the present open, but have no

AGAINST lULl. WORK EASIER FIRST COME Luke City and Live Oak but that I survey as an "emergency measure" (Scruples about parking all day In
VISITS STARKESENATOR he had begun "losing" and might and said It would not take the I front of their next-door-neighbor,

A. J. Griffis, county school superintendent N. Wainwright, Bradford FIRST SERVED move back to Staike. Mr. Rowe place of the complete survey that I I Some Interesting discussion !L's ''I
DISCUSSES County supervisor of registration said Mike looked well was well- will be made In this county later expected when the matter cornea
FORD PROJECTS } yesterday COUNTY AGENT TO GIVE Ilressed and by the state department before the City Council.
BRAD-I chances for a new ealrt yesterday! that he did not entirely was driving a new
.elementaryschool AWAY FORTY _
with State Democratic Ford V-8. -- -- --- I -- -
building at Starke are endangered
Chairman J. B. Hodges who recently BIG WEEK-END MRS. LAGERGRENDIED
Senator Claude Pepper. accom-. by the tax redemption County Agent T. K. MrClane, Jr.
patted by his wife, visited In I auction law recently declared constitutional stated that the new law changing yesterday< said he had about forty Decision Final FridayCleik OCTOBER 29-30 I

torke last Thursday and Friday. by the Florida Supreme the primary date from June to syrup bands to give farmers of of the Couit A. J. Thomas
ford i' Court. Several collections of May will prove confusing to officials I- said that the P. T. J i
Dipcuising briefly Brad large Bradford County. The barrels, yesterday Supreme A. ANI TELEGRAPH WILL FUNERAL SERVICE TIllS
'ounty'3 welfare. Senator Pepper ,delinquent taxes upon which the j weie left over after the boll-weevil Court decision declaring the new GIVE PARTY AND MORNING AT
''lcad( real sympathy and Inter- School Board was depending for The confusion, Hodges ,,"ldl'1U poisoning season ciiino to a close. tax redemption. "auction law" constitutional STREET DANCE I 10 O'CLOCK:

st r tru efforts of this county( necessary funds might be balked arise from the fact that, beginningnext There are thirty steel drums, and will become final to-
>MHUIVPA funds for additional by the new act. Mr. (Jrlffls said. I year, voters can register until wooden barrels and about four morrow. Soon after then he expects The combination of Puicnt-: I Mrs. Dell May Lngprgren! wife

"he facilities at the high schooluikLn The fear expi essed here was I. :5 p. m. on the day before the rnmary. hundred syrup cans, which he wishes to receive Attorney General Teachers! Association ciirnlvul and ''of II. i K.: LuRergren died at her

here. Senator Pepper re- echoed In other parts: of the state Jlr. Walnwlight sold, however to dispose of. he said Landia' opinion on the applicationof the 'fl'l<'g'l'lIph'/I sixtieth nnnlver- home In Slut Ice \\'ell1e..day, evening

lie th hardships of his own ear- '(t las the Florida Taxpayers Asso- that in previous years the Air. Mt'lane asks that those the law, after which the ell'l k'a Sit I'y celebration give promise of a Octohe 20, ;1J37, Death followed -

V iO .id, when schooling was elation at a special meeting InTurnl'n greatest, trouble has been in chetk-: wanting any of the rn.iteilii.ls call office here will be ready to re- gala\ : week-end In Ktnrke next Fil- an Illness of I long duration,
o'Un! ing poll taxes, but since another jelve for day nnd Saturday, October::! haiti nnd. the best medical Attention anti,
i- 'upted by the necessity Wednesday urged county I at his office between one and five applications calling auction -
f o w n Me demands better eduwtl school boards throughout! Florida new law has done away with the o'clock in the afternoon Oct. 23. of certificates more !turn two 30. the must faithful nursing, could. not

a; 'ppoi-tunltlcs for the rtsi -I to open a new attack on the "Land payment of poll taxes, registration "If you want a barrel you should years oM.American 1. The- P. T. A, event will stait nt prolong a life whose strength was

.g i linK people. Recovery Act," also known ns the I books can be kept pouted from day make aa effort to come early. This --- ---- ,.. -- 2:30:: o'clock FliiUy afternoon nnd ,|I I weakened by years a< tin Invalid

The v >uthful Senator, quietly' Murphy Bill, in order to save rev-; to day /and last minute rushing can U going- to be a first come, first tourists spent an estimated will hold sway until midnight' on and by old, age Surrounded by
Voting much of his time and era! million' dollars ucitii of tchool ; be:: uvoldod.< 1 served affair," he said. $195,000,000 abroud In 1936. the VMciint: lots opposite the schoolliouow. ]!{I' /grieving,! filends, her spirit peacefully -
tully II( 'he farmer's marketing funds tied up in delinquent taxes The unusual situation arose when ___u __ .. There will be features to departed to meet Him who l is

robl..m" of this State, believes I that would be compromised under the 1937 Legislature! changed the 1938 MODELS LOOK ATTRACTIVEIN entertain all ages. Pony rides, and I' the tesurrcctlun lAnd the life:

at closer regulation of the pro- the law. I primary date from June to the first an oxcart will amuse the children, I "Life's work well done,

pure commission Is advisable to( I Directors of the association said i I j jachooU Tuesday after the first Monday in LOCAL DEALERS' SHOW ROOMSIn "African while grown-ups can enjoy the Life's race well run,
fllmlniite those few i May, but did not change the registration Dodger" ball game, the Life's work well done
unscrupulous stand to lose several million ,
oramis lon men, at northern mar- dollars under the law which I date which runs throughthe this Issue of the Telegraph with built in radio If desired. It has burlesque I. shows; masquerade, streetuance ,: Then comes rest."

eta who not only cheat the ship- allows delinquent: taxpayers to set first Monday in May.. will be found messages from several Improved hydraulic brakes and Is loriune teller, etc. Hot I The deceased was -born"at- Palafkii '"''l'I

r. but ruin the market for farm tle State and county tax debts for Still further difficulty In the automobile manufacturers announcing designed to give the most In smart- cream dogs, ,hamburgers cold pie, candy Ice I Florida, January 27, 1860, a i rf(
rollnl'e Bringing about, as he their highest bid. 1938 primary, Hodges continued, the arrival of their new ness, comfort, safety an economy. be sold drinks, and coffee will I laughter of the late Judge and' -

pplalned, an unfair difference be- They pointed out that any new will result-from a greatly increased 1938 models. By visiting the various The new 1938 Ford V-8 has not Prizes Mrs. W. W. Tumbllo. She wiu
will be
ween the amount the grower re- attack on the law probably wouldbe vote, which he expects; because showrooms of the local deal not been announced but Is expected offered for the best I married to H. E. Liigeigren.* at
disguise, and for the
Ives from his produce and the made on grounds that It would poll tax payment no longer Is necessary ers one may see the new, beautifulcars i within the next two weeks, officials costume. There best character:I Starke, December 15, 1880, and j

pice that the public pays. compromise or wipe out a one-mill I I for voters. and have the new features of the Andrews Motor Company where masks and will be a booth i four children were born to the
Senator Pepper, a strong advo- State levy for schools as providedIn "It; will mean 100,000 more votes and advancements explained and exclusive local dealers for OK secured.. "make-up" cun union. She was a member of the
w for more substantial compen- the State Constitution. In this than we hud last year, the execu- demonstrated the Ford, said Music will be Christian church and followed Its

fwon!! benefits for the aged, blind procedure the power of a legislative tive committee chairman said. The new Pontiac for 1938, a pro- The Torode Chevrolet Company, "Strawberry furnished by the teachings during her long life; ilutlfut -
f lnfii-m said that a more equl- act to wipe out a constitution In the 1936 governor's race 328- duct of General Motors and handled dealers for Chevrolet and Oldsmobile < the fiddlers who String Band" and by to Cod, devoted to her family,
lie distribution of Federal funds al provision would be questioned. 719 votes were cast In the first pri by the Register Motor Com I announced that the new 1038 In the contest. come to compete kind and helpful to all. bearing her

"WMiti.il. so that the money will mary. Election facilities in many pany, offers the convenient new Chevrolets will be displayed for the afflictions with true ChrIstian for
r** the counties weie strained by the rec automatic shift knee action first night a street dance titude. She
dirt farmer, the one for gear time tomorrow, Saturday.The will be held leaves to mourn their
r ham it actually Is intended. ord-breaking turnout of voters and automatic choke, which Is a public la cordially Invited to to by the Telegz'aph loss her husband, a daughter, Mrs. .

WI'S.' Mildred Pepper, who acOlllpanied GET APPLESMORE Hodges said few counties had great help In starting on cold visit their show-rooms at that birthday. It celebrate Is Its sixtieth H. L. Hough, a gramln'n: Merrill
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her husband I* a made plans to provide additional mornings and also saves the trou- time to Inspect these sensationalnew from all expected to have visItors G. McMillan, and numerous more ,
nch admirer of Mrs. THAN 12.000 POUNDS precincts next; year. ble of hand chokin. .The new Pon. models.' over the county, and distant relatives. .'
Eleanor the address of welcome____ will__ >...
!leVelt WILL BE DISTRIBUTED -. tlac Is equipped with safety glass One of the most striking new made n __ The funeral will be held today. I
by Mayor T.
-. IN 3 COUNTIESThe CCC ENLISTS all around and may be had with features that one observe at first Ten Land rum. I Friday) ,at 10 a. m., from the
New commodity department here a built-in radio. Among the Pon- glance on the new Oldsmobile at subscriptions to the Christian church, the Rev. 1... A.
Clothing Store yesterday said more than 12,000 24 BOYS HERE tlac's new mechanical features are Torode's Is the revolutionary, mod the Telegraph ten oldest will be given away to Shepherd, pastor of the First Bap'I'',

Morris M. Raybln. formerly of pounds of apples will be distributed the down-draft carburetor, elec- einlstlc. instrument panel. Not on. citizens at the dance tist church, to conduct.UM 'Cere-"
f* eland and Gainesville, opened to certified relief clients in SEVENTEEN WHITE AND SEVEN troplated'pistons. and, Improved Iy does It simplify all phases of' -only one to a family, however. monies, and the interment'will bat .!.

K* rarlly last-Saturday a Star I Bradford, Union and Baker Counties NEGROES GIVEN hydraulic brakes. This new Pontmc control, but offers convenience, no- the family lot at Crosby ceme, '______

orklngmun'l'' store In the Hol-I TEST TODAY has popularly been described- glare and beauty. The new body Griff Elected HeadA. tery. The arrangements are la ;4i>1
OC-orth building on Walnut : It was stated that the apples Bradford County had a total us "The most beautiful thing on designs, designed by Fisher and J. Griffls, Bradford's county charge of DeWitt C. Jones, Funeral ,,;.

t.. Mr. Raybla, a veteran I: will arrive here this week and will quota of twenty-four in a Civilian wheels" and I Is offered In four series nil-steel, safety-glass equipped, are school superintendent, was elected' director ( I
thing i man said this week that j be ready for distribution Saturday, Conservation Corps enrollment today -I'I with eight models In each series nine in number and each model president of the Central Florida The body will lie in state from :i:

C winded carrying a complete Oct. 23 at the local 'warehouse. It was learned from Mrs. Bessie and may be had with eight may be had. with the ninety-five Education Association at the concluding 3 p. m. until 7 p. m. Thursday at f .
men women and children's I Officials said that clients should Burns, welfare worker in this or six cylinder engines. Representative horse-power six cylinder or the 110 session of the organiza r the DeWitt C. Jones Chupel.

iIIde otIIlIIg: He also "aald be would bring their certification cards, I area. Seventeen white and seven Fred Hazen of Brooker has H. P. eight motor. The new Oldsmobile -i tion's thirteenth annual meeting In I Those Invited to act at Pll1-be.1r-:
e an economical line for all when they come to get their allotment boys made the trip to Jack- I purchased one of the new, stieam- offeis the new automatic Gainesville Saturday. family and I negro lined Pontli.cs.I transmission ( of Palatka il reu. A. J. Cliff I E. \\.
;e add to It whatever of the fruit. sonville to Join and will be given gear shifting), was elected vice- Hayes, C. :
Public demanded --. The 1938 Buick, also a product of action on fiont and ride stabilizers prcolclent, and Mrs. China M. Olson A. Knight, E. K. Perryrnitn. A. J.
examination I
final ;
-- -. Free Punctuation General Motors and handled by in rear, down-draft carburetor, automatic of Gainesville was elected secre Thomas; honorary---Messrs. A. Z.
fall to
Will Sponsor Booth Now you can stop sayIng "stop." If any the of test the twenty-four seven alternative I'Register offers this year knee- choke, thermostatically tary-treasurer I'['Atlklns, J. W. Crownl, Robt.

TbO P.otny Club at its meeting No this Isn't the advice of a young white pass and five alternative colored action on both front and rear controlled cooling system, and com -- --. Demoreat, Chas. D
re Wednesday decided to spon- husband to his new bride, but rather boys, who accompanied the wheels and Is the smoothest riding pletely sealed, super-hydraulic lie It- Checks UnclaimedH. Futch, Moyers Hou,;li, D. E.
a bo announcement from the local automobile have yet seen this energized brakes, which are an exclusive F'. Demorest said Knight T, Kendrick: t;. L. Mat-
'S.'tth-P- T' A. carnl- an ( others, will fill the vacancy from yesterday I
n"xt Thuriljay. A committee Western Union office. that R. I I their number. bcuson. The new Buick has new, Olds feature. The body Is that dividend checks totaling several -' thews, T .K. McCIanc Jr. J. T. I
rpointed among beautiful streamlined bodies designed bronze plated fur life and Quigley, J; A. Scott, Joe t;. Wd-
long hundred
to make necessary 1... Kemp released yesterday. The The total quota for the state In dollars, drawn In favor _
I familiarIn by Fisher of all steel for should paint be scraped off In one of former depositors ,i son
f. Also has become of the
III g.. Tnt8' at this meet- word "stop" this enrollment was about 1,000, .
and Is equipped with safety place the metal ---- .
safety exposed will not Bradford -- -- -
ana the County Bank,
I.f ; Powe11'rector of a telegram almost equaling I it was said, and Bradford did very are unclaimed -
Ntt.J' ? station WRVF, gave a popularity of the word "love." The well to get such a large quoU glass all around. The new line rust The Oldsmobile offers every and may be obtained by Representative Here

KuwrfiexP'ain'ng: difficulties In Western Union has decided, not to'' since It is one of the smaller counties comes in four series with eight feature for comfort and convenience the right people at'hia residence. I J. P. Griffin, field< representative: 4, __ __
.) with broadcasting a charge for punctuation any longer, both In size and population. models In each series and may be one could desire even in Mr. Demoreat Is anxious to get of the Peninsular Life In.turancj :
:ball game had with six or eight cylinder motors. the most expensive automobile at these accounts \
so that It might be provided they are not spelled out, -"- adjusted and wishes Company Is spending the week ,
eU by fans became Ostrich eggs hatch: in about for The new Buick hm the new u price which puts Oldsmobile well that all persons _
IJ tee who cannot Kemp said. The new rate having claims I here assisting the local age: ':, C. '''j>1
the gu actual-I 'ty-three days. automaUc gear shift and comes i into the low-priced field. would call for their checks at
me. ( effective Oct. 13..q. once. VS. Nicholson, In prompt o.i w
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i ," .' ;;Jf'. '., HIGHLAND I chool group that went to the zoo HAMPTON have been made and repaired 0; DOUBLE RUN \VOODLAVNMr \ ner guests of MI ?

!' I II WednesdayOwen ( ... I! barels and kegs and covered with Cor. : .. A. J. Yurbrough Cor. Bouvier Friday l
j" ; bllaa M. K. C'rfu' ( Correspondent Ait* Mmm. < arrm n d'atI MrV.' A. Ty ter
I ; 1 I Mill of Nimms visited ret cretonne. and oil cloth of pastel col. Mr. and Mrs.
1I I I Tnei-e will be a church confer ors of floral figures of lovely de who has been I Ir L eiuim< hnl
5.. ..I L. J. Norman of Nlmms spent atives here Saturday; and SundayF. Jay Bryant Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kersey: of Mr. ana Mrs. W j '
: ,I I Saturday and Sunday bore with bill I'' M. and R. H. McCormick of ence at the Baptist Church next sign.' South Florida for the last few Jacksonville were visiting relativesIn as their guest .Sn,7iv" ;71
October 21 at 11 o'clock
1' parents Mr. and Mrs G. N. Nor 'I' Tampa spent the weekend herewith Sunday. DA s. McClellan's stenographer months' hits now returned home. this section Sunday Keene family of i la.I f tie
k:' man.t their grandfather F M.Cie.vs J 1.1.Mrs made pictures of many of those Mr. and Airs.: J. L. Brantley and Mrs John Strickland of this Mr. and MM CIVi, 'lMonvul e h>!
\' McClelat.: of the HomeMaking useful visiting her pa ''In SsJ
I beautiful as well as pro. son, Roger were section returned home Thursdayfrom derson.
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J i Misses Jewel Carter Louise I I'oj" IJ Mrs. Piffle: Carter and children Projects was In Hampton jects. rents, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Brown. Jacksonville where she was
t\! I t Marr, and Kathleen Harilee went this week. She visited the City .
I." r jjf to Gainesville Saturday. 1 and Miss Frances Starling: wore In : Mrs R. L,. Birt und! daughter, Albeit Brown was visiting his I In St. Vincent's Hospital. If the
J y Hull where Mrs. Minnie A. Johns w.-n .
1 ll) I I Green Cove Springs Friday i Miss Keith, of" Alachua County, sister and brother-in-law Mr. and I Wood lawn school was visitingthe the 'MH ''I\'n out'
IN t. Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly Miss Idell universe
.it, la; "p\\ has her office on the first floor. its ,
', and! children were the guests of Marvin Blrt and Mrs J. U Brantley. cotton gin In Starke Tuesday \lOIlI h.
f io ', Nettles and Hughie Austin at.il Mrs. Nelson T. Green Mrs. Johns uses the whole auditorium no noticeable effe," ,
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; ifl : ;" tended the Black Creek Association "visited 1 relatives here Saturday for constructive and repair mother, Mrs Eva Birt last Sunday. Miss Mildred Lang of fansfly In the sky, except ihl In anyth
il ,I'( ':!: I that convened at the Caleb i work. K. B. Wall son and family, was visiting Miss Edna Bryant would be Uragg.. msn '
:i White House Thursday I who have been located near the atives in this section Saturday and fllong with It'
r' Church near F. M. Crews William Crews und The walls and floors are neat Sunday.
t if ; jt Fiid.iy and Saturday. F. M. and R. H. McCormick were and clean, and the windows are school building have recently moved Mrs. Ruth Brosky of Lawtey Sunday.
it,>>f' t'I''I'I'I'I'r'" Miss Kathleen Hardee Miss vi.siiois to Callahan Sunday.R. Jraperl In tan and red curtains to the large dwelling on Main spent last week with her daughter Mrs. S. C. Towery of Shamrock READY TO
..1 I t Louise :Marr: Junior Carter and II. Green was a business vlsltoi that were made under her super Street, which belongs to J. H. Sax. Mrs. J. I. Manning. was visiting her grandparents, Mr. B BRINC
; }r: i Romoco Prescott were among the here the lust' of the week. vision. More than forty chairs on. Felix Sapp of Hellbronn Springs and Mrs. W C. Kersey Saturdayand
1; \ .. Sunday. -
Rudolph Chism has returned YOU RELIEFIN

.- home after spending a few days
with his mother, Mrs. N. M. Brad

l I::4 f The Crowning Achievement ley, of Staike.BOATDRAIN. MINUTES

',Iffe A y r ) in Value Giving During J Mr*. /,- Z. Ur\1\ n.... ('orrespondentMr

\ and Mrs. Jacob Green; and
children of Plant City were visiting4hc
STEBCH bedside of his father B. L. H:
i Green Sunday Mrs. W. K. Green
and daughter, Sharon, returned I 1
I with them to upend a few days and w, VIII or l. ejr.
from there she will join her hua- II |' l
j band, Willie Green, In Orlando. I II
anHere's I I Miss Susie Johnson! of Raifordwas I
.FI.r i4 visiting Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis THE REASON

i P'\ the crowning special of Sterchi's Fall Festival. Don't spend L Thursday'i nlternocm.Tholn 1'ievJtt and. Mae Pre- BAYER ASPIRIN WORKS SO FAS

; + I *d ; money doctoring your nerves; try sleeping on a genuine innerspring vatt were the guests of Ruth Mor- Drop bus of water.Bayer Aiplrln tablet Into o h...

XI Mattress and Box Spring, purchased at Sterchi's during this special sale. lell Sunday By Ih*time It hill ''hi bottom" of t
ik, 1I I Joe/ Griffis and son, Joe, Jr.. of Ulan II. U diiinUgratinij
This d of dbinl.arallon.nag.euln. '
Clay County, weir visiting Albert
AVER Atplrlu. table lo d.'teklna "'
Urlfris Sunday hold" of hea. ach. end II
I.J. Ralph): Dixon of this section has I", porn f.w minutia' alto, takes,,,,
r 10 accepted a position down south for
UWVttl to the winter YOU con pay in lush as yo
Fl tj&u for remedies rlaimrd ,
relieve the pain or llcaclarhi
FL,t. STATE FARM Rheumatism! Nenntit; Sri 011.
TO I etc. But the mcdinne so mini
!Mrs. Bryan \\hltlk-IJ, Cor. doctors generally approve -th]
u; d -..-. I one used by thousimili( of familic
Mrs. S. M. Cox was the guest of '
daily is Ba>cr Aspirin I5f'L
Mr, and Mrs.[ R. H. Cox for several dozen tablets nlioutt\,. npiml
20 lays during the week en route to Simply take :! H-iyer Atyml" ;
","' '''' {<'". her home in Orlando after spending tablets with a hull fjU-! Ir f.note|
Repeat if nucc sji) :tie 'c.J; IS'
( "> two months In North Carolina.
f fI1 \ P.uv. and Mis. Denman and birsl|! directions.Usually this will vuse such |uil
\ I Cecil McRae of McIntosh were din- in i remarkably slioil tune f
For quick relief( from( such pa.J
0 I was visiting his sister and broth- which exhausts you and k'1'H
9 I er-ln-luw, Mr. and MI's.V.. R. Con- you awake at night -a,k ru
genuine Bayer Aspirijj.fc ,-
d 0'0 1 I rev Saturday ,

., .. Mr. itnd Mrs. Ernest Wllmot was
"o\\\c;, \\ \
... .... \ I visiting Mr. and Mrs. Drew Bryant
S ....Or o oi...:. \' {.-r' Sunday
s' c,0\\; ":! "1 I I Misses Bessie and Lola Tyler

( o\\ t i i Brown.'tett Sunday with Miss Doris 1 r

I 0\ Miss Evelyn Conner of this sec.i .
lien i spent Sunday night in the
: 1
t/L/ ,. ome of Sir and Mrs. Ruby Cros- Virtually cent a iaMODERN

\o\"tO'C' 1 ." I by.:
''i t:) I Pisa i Edna Bryant was visiting
:--<.I\\:':.' \ ; Miss Doris Brown Sunday
< "SM A eI' !"$, ': ,1i' '$' -I 'r ) AI,'. und Mrs \V. R. Connor attended KITCHENS
i. ,
+ It ; ; d* church a. Pine Level Sun.t .

.. ,. ... ".. I' ...ay.I neacf uralli :
'f' Qfoot
;,,, ::: ana.
/ V it : J." :: '" Inc'uded in this special Bed- I

\ J (> ",,'<;11-',: l" din; Offer is our regular Send I'* jour Kodilt Films T ILL
&ilMA : "' stock of I for DetpTopment.: One day service .fColorful
'1"'t.''t. a I p ', .w "Ritz" and "ExceMo inner-apring mattresses and first I.ISH. cork Kuaranfepil. -
', ,,,,<: ( I ....J3Jiio.: to Hall Inches.. Give us 11 Irliil.C'AKUADINE'S waterproof,gfMseprooll,

iff 1 LAUTEVO and easy to clean Tile ntedi'

: ii Pay : Down: upkeep Estimates or redecoration.given withoutobllji I Ilion

7 Better Bedding 1 hr, k. on new or modernizing curl
r.v A-C-A STRIPE : Malaria
"j 6 6 ('E.TI'IR:: 11. '
Fity 1 i a'Je&i! Ticking .Ii.isl.iJeJ: : ". !a "OP"COLDS TILE: .\: *' \fII l LF )I'i1I'
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S-.taj-JiT Onv! we offer bo.l- Damask Patterns j j Ji I LtUI II' .1nl.."nl. flnl do eI.F. 707( \\'. flInI'r'! il1\r\ ;
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( ding/ ai-ii at this: xrECLllbesYc: .. 11..1.:1'. : 0..1I1P.4JII 1,', rio.lli: b.t|
patal :
everyone H uily: guaranteed: t'll in Green and Rase. BoxSpring 11"1...
h Ile l new .stock and, of a quality Pound I'rp "i.b. .ttyTi..u"-tsorld'. Utmt.lntmrnl
Match SameLow D'
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not only of this town

1 but of every town throughout

the Country. And no

i PEPPERELLBLANKETS wonder, since people everywhere

l'.. have discovered

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flavor of Coca Cola :3
A genuine! Penperell! Blanket ,
/ worth much more than this .
low price-stock up now (or f- I Iwinter I ycu up and keeps you feeling -
nerds, with one of V 2 95 da
L these apecial-value. nttinnallyknuwn fit thiouhout the ;
blank...... Stork b
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_. -' :o.f.\lUttIAHtUH, "'UJ'U; ; t16 1937 Nl' MBKICKI'tKK Iol
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ffol'ron.INCIIJEF'J: TALKS IN past week-end quite a few
"L'EIt: CHAPEL of the B. H. S. students- especially I IS PROFITABLE ARE UNDER WAYOld

n1.,. iTORlNBKNSON HEF the girlswere over in Gainesvillesome faculty of Bradford School 1 JonlaVt'UVt'I': and Betty Jo Webb
iiArn1T Special Glee flub attended Central Fla. Teach in Live Oak.
vldtlngotht'r I the spent Sunday Record Will Be
sightseeing IWitkrtlmll. .\.....(.h&tlunhakl'tf:
,('I\FTY: EDITOR BISHOP Render !Several look out girls don't let those $10.00 From Entertainment er's Association In Gainesville, Elizabeth Phillips spent Saturday Broken, DwhirenHoward

JlARflJET (DOT) Number* handsome--.Yes, boys- -blind you! Friday and Saturday at the In Gainesville

EDITOR The teachers and naturally the Gainesville High School giving the Loiena Rosier spent Friday In
PLUMMBR Our chapel program on Thursday principals went to school in I Monday night the Basketball Association pupils a holiday Friday. Oca la. Mr C. M. Howard was willing

MANNING EDITORiiiiMAK1 morning was begun by our usual GainesvilleFrldny\ and Saturday sponsored a variety show The teachers all say that they Bob Long was visiting In Ala- as usual, to give us a few Interesting -

; opening exercises. We hope they enjoyed It-..the day, at the school auditorium to raise received lots of good Ideas and chug Jacksonville Beach and points on the action that is be-

JOKK: 1-13ARCH KPITORBDNA The Bradford High "Strawberry I meanas much as we did. 'Twasa funds for expenses.A suggestions from this meeting and Gainesville during the week-end. 'ing taken to produce a field day 1

l String Band" played several num- fine day! That was one time, public address system with a are looking forward to another Gladys Shame was visiting in that will surpass that of last year.

1 iivrtAT:M1KIAM, t:GUTTEREDITORIALS bers.We there were no complaints heard. microphone attached was placed, on next year Palatka Saturday Mr. Howard said "We had seven

are very proud of the Spe- Fay, did you hear? Mr. Benson : the stage for the announcing of Cleon Woolen was visiting In out of ten schools participating

cial Glee Club that we have this put up some new pencil sharpeners the numbers and for the singingand The Juniors held their second GnlnuvtlleIlday.. last year, but we expect to have

year directed by Mrs. Wall. The Thursday and believe me, pelting to be heard more play practice Monday night. They John Toiode was visiting In Old- I all ten of the schools In the coun-

Glee Club has thirteen in number, you ran take the word of one who clearly over the entire niiditoilum. nay the play Is different, entertain town Sunday ty entered this year." He also

IJ irrLE BV LITTLE and harmonizes beautifully in all knows -they were neededand appreciated Mr Benson announced the fol- ing funny, and very Interesting Edna Pearce, Fiances Peek, said, "The old records of last year

of their songs. They sang three very much! lowing program: This sounds like something to save. Harriet Bishop, Lillian Stump, will be broken and very high ones

then we are born we are very songs "which were "Go DownMoses What Is It? Guess Yen, we 1. Rhythm Band. pennies for. Let's watch for it! Elaine Edwards und Miriam Guy will take their place." These pro.

M 1 and then little by little wes "The Sweetest Story Kv- do nl'lII.. new School Building very 2. Health song by pupils from I I spent the day Friday with Doshlu pheclea are very optimistic and 1 !

Each day, week, month and er Told" "Drink" to Me Only With badly! It Is the hopes of everyone Mrs. Huberts'! room. That well known Straw benyStilng I Smith In Sampson City. Thnt alt- we hope Mr Howard Is not mis-

grow little by little. WhileTare Thine Eyes. concerned that Band Is giving a concertThursday (,noun they motored over to taken. ,- -,
I IMal'y
we will, in thent'al' I r
growing we ure also 1ming We were very fortunate in having 3. RonllIIer's: Daughter night, Oct 21 at 7:30.: I Gainesville.
I future,
get a larger and better Mr. Howard Is chairman of the
\' althuugh It may be so hid- as our guest the honorable R. building than Ann. by Marlon Brown. Delightful diversions will he in the Marion. Dow ling, Helen fowling
minds that no one no- A. (Lax) Green, who to ever. Wonderful 4. Reading by Dorothy Faxon. form of I Field Day committees and aa asslti-
In our gave us a will be that songs acts, and jokes and Lora Bennett spent Friday In
day tants he
iiitttle. most splendid) tallt on the economic :5. Cowboy song by group from from students taking part In the I Jacksonville. has Mr. Cody of awtey., I
The seniors have already Miss Mr. Morrow of Hampton, and Mr.
paid Kuddington's
Improvements which our state room. with music from the :
little as we grow eachve program Lillian MoHeley und Hazel Moore
by and for some of their rings land are excited 6. Tap Dunce Joan McGauley of Brooker. All of these
Is ( by Carpenter -
country making. This talk band. The concert Is
f 'learn new things. At first sponsored spent the week-end in Gainesville
much byJ men are active In the rural
very over the very
[ was very helpful and appreciated piospectof the Junior Class. j Miriam and Harriet I
be just one thing a day, Guy Bishop
.ay as we feel that all high school stu- getting them very soon. It 7. Glee Club, composed of Mar school and have splendid athletic

s slim< !it will be two things It a dents should know what conditionour (III!: won't he very much longer Seniors gie McMillan Harriet. Benson Tuesday the-freshman;: ; class met I ville.spent Sunday afternoon In Gaines records. +

and before so very long When they come every one Jean Davis, Doris Hough, Clara Last liiadford this
country Is In, and what improvements in Mrs. Pl.'l'klns' room and selected Frances Peek spent Sunday aft- year won
,. be many things a day. So little we have been made during/ will be no excitedor they alwaysare. Mae lIorl'y, and) Juanita Barefoot class colors; pink and green class einoon in Jacksonville. meet with a fairly comfortable

liiniie learning new things the New Deal. Naturally everyone has to sang "Sylvia," and "Oh Come MyLove. flowers sweet peas: class motto. I maiirln.- with Lawtev. nosme out- -
, look at them and 1 admire them ." Among those attending the Se- Brooker I
We hope that our school will "Never Give Up" end class pins and Hampton.
e/en envy" the seniors / wanee-Jo lorlla, game in GainesvilleSaturday
nofeU.I& / have the privilege of having Mr. their luck- 8. Song "They Can't Take which will bi. sterling silver. afternoon There is entertainment other
'eadhq Green with us again during the they leally can't be blamed tho! That Away From Me" by rime were: Remmer than sports in this ml'et.Ve have
e :, Just Chat. Dew Phillips, Vernon Silcox, A. Z. Ad-

eaa year. l __ _____ 0. Song- Little '' Tills week on the daily program I kins, Jr., Edna Pearce Harriet contests between the students to
The + -"My
ended the of the students
program was by a Buckaroo"'I''I' the seventh grade had a Columbus Bishop Doshla Smith Frances ability of
Basketball Teams by Wanda Pearce
different schools
I'swas by little. I 10. _. Day program and Lois Newsomewas Peek, Miriam Guy, Edith Rowe,
Reading "A Little Ah
ill i ar all looking forward to this
Are In First the Bible Harriet
We i Organized charge was Benson Harold Bishop
begin doing a little good. Syd'-
by Virginia Sewell.
I big day, and If Mr. Howard asks
___ reading Lord's Prayer and Grace Hazel
Billy Dowling Green
good deed Is ,
:r # a day doing a 11 Songs "Met'ry-Go-Round for
little good and helping do your I]'i Every day at noon from 12:30: i Bioke Down" and "Isle of Capri" Flag Salute. Next Patsy Keen tolda Moore, Lillian Moseley, Rivers help give him+ your best work.

FM'NOLEIACKSILLE live In. i Is played on the discovered Ameilca. Then five Benson.
We do Just a little at campus. Strawberry String Band.
first and then the little will increase I The tennis are the Wildcats, 12 Seveial numbers by the girls sang "Columbia( the Gem of Doshla Smith visited In Hawthorne We want to thank Mr. Gray for

and expand until it is diffi- composed of boys from the seventh String Band. the Ocean," and Ida Lulu Davis Sunday afternoon. a. pencil sharpener which he gave

cult to realize how much good is eighth and ninth grades and Mrs. Brown accompanied at the paid a poem on Columbus. Billy -. our room and we thank Mrs. Ritch
Patray then recited a en- I"O'UTII GR\IE NEWS for the use of a reading table.
FLORIDA really being done because the, at also another team composed from piano and Zell Collins and Harriet poem
COMFORT M tU little by little all the time. tenth, eleventh, and the twelfth program up. I a play called "Mumps" was pictures and putting them up appearance and convenience of our

fctpiool hold In dw ktM ol down. Day after day, and year after year, grades also have two teams, the The association, made about $19 I presented It was a very good In the room. room.
E.tiy roe* with Ivb 4 little Reds und Blacks. program so Lois got a gol toll .wa' ctillnf IM, radio. Idted by little the good deeds appear from this show and wishes to express We are glad to have Agnes LewIs -
-- Yantz who has moved to Gulnes-
dsa.Ewr Bod with Innonprlnf ; and the good deed spreadfar I The general rules for these' Its appreciation to all helping and Junior Thomas back after
and ttidlfiff looip. Rashes Ico games are: tI.F.ll"XT.UE'IIO.S: ville. We hope she will like it
an wide until the one who is to make it a success. several days.
t tnr flow. I 1. Five inning SIXTH GRADE MOWS there and make as many lends. as
I responsible! for the good deeds, is games -- --+--- --- Some of our boys and girls are
All CONDITIONED For the past week the sixth she had here.
F LOUNGE COFFEI/ SNOT known far and wide as one that 1s"fair : 2. Substitution made by manager Chapel Features reading books from the public li-
AND MUT1NO ROOMS I grade has been teaming to use brary. We are glad to welcome Arnold
and He has
.-SlfU with IMyoM inh square. 3. Officials are Columbus paints. We enjoyed it very much. Thomas from Raiford to our
scorckeepcrsappointed DayThe We will
his life done little soon be studying about
| .SLAO0 ROM St.SO through by little Mr. We learned how to mix the colors school. He entered the sixth grade
11.00 MbMMMJOi his part as he saw and knew he by Geiger, and an the Eskimos of the Far North.
wad fen h* l .0Clti. I umpire selected by manager with to get orange, green, and purr Gloria Monday.
should "Mttle by little," said a fifth grade had 1 charge of Reporter: Cooper.Tl'uch'r .
r..lwd.dh..q I approval. ple. There are some very pretty Mra. Searing, Teacher. ,
thoughtful boy, "each precious mo- elementary chapel Wednesday October made. : Miss Edwards.of '
pictures being --MAn --- ---
11 POUMO M.I.I.HOTIL 4. Games rained out
are playedat 13. A Columbus
ment I will and
employ always this program
i Aties DIIOI* a later date. The for The class meeting was called to the chairman appointed new arrow can be shot from a a,
rule in mind pitchers was given to which some of the
dwell I
my shall ; Whatever -
the Wildcats are Buford McKln- order Thursday, October 14, by the helpers. bow at a speed of 130 feet a sec '
ether contributed
I do 111! do rooms numbers.
it well. npv fnr th.. rwulo-o,.,, I.b-.. f 0"_ i president, Marjorie Davis. Some Reporter--John Klnlaw. ond.
The program wus as follows:

non and Earl George and; t rth' Song America. ,tin,,ull-, iii ,,, ,,, ,, ,,,, a
I '" "l n i.Olilullln'IINJt/411iiIILJIII' '''; "IInINIILIIYIII.IIIIIIWIni'''' ''' '' '' ''''''' '''l.II1a41RIIWanIpnIIINJaIwaYulnnN'''',' '' '''' '<'',,, ,"m HMI" ""i"wnNnimiiiiiin" /iiiiimwn''''' '''''In11Po11AWn11.ILIIIMIIIYhnnpllll.ItlMlp11.1/LIILA.IIiIIIYY''' '' '' ''''''''''' ''' "' / iiniuwi, ,,, '. <" """'."""11''
I BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull Blacks, Reese Bradley and Bob Prayer

Long, and for the Reds Nlram
Flag Salute.
IIm of Canketa & Undertaker Supplle I Wynn.

AMBULANCE SERVICE Story of Columbus by Doris
U.\V ANtE NIGHT. las\ The schedule for the games Is Williams fifth grade I

63 PHONE 53 I follows: A few facts about Columbus--by ,
October 20- Dodgei's-Blacks.
0. H. BENNETT!: Mgr. Virginia Sewell. sixth grade.
".l HOME-LIKE | October 25WildcatsDodgers. Dialogue of Columbus and his i
October 27RedsDodgers.November .
INSTITUTION"I son, Diego pupils from Mrs.,
t.BlacksReds.Novembt'r .
I'I Biggs' room- thlid! grade.A .
-Blacks-Dodgers. Columbus PoemThelma Pre-
November -Wildcats-Blacks..

For Expert Repairing i November Dodgers-Reds.. vattfifth Song.-Columbus-grade. pupils of seon,1 -

November 15 -BlacksWildcats.November grade rooms.

A Boy's Composition-Columbus .
November Dodgers-Wildcats Gene Noegel. fifth grade.

November Wildcats-Reds.. A Columbus Poem) by George Oliver I I

mith's Garage -fourth grade.
: School A Columbus Acrostic -- pupils

To OfficeThe from Mrs. Hart's loom fourth -
Phone 120 : grade.

books in the library In the +
Wrecker Service Day or Night big study hall have been moved to

the outer office. This is because his sons '
1. By and by never comes--St.
odiE'T the big study hall is being used fora
class room now, and getting 2. Work right! Think right! Do ,

THE MOST OUT OF 'OI'R MOTOR UITH I books out of the library would dis- right! Be right! Herman John and Sheldon
turb the pupils there.
K OOL MOTOR 3. Get knowledge, nil you can!
I No definite plans have been 4. To yield J is easy, to resist is

GASOLINE AND OILS made ;yet aa to what will be done hard. n t

FlU STATIONS. IN BRADFORD COI'XTY ,"HET POUR with the old library, but the partitions 5. Let the people know the Invite Youto

SERVICE WITH A COMPLETE LINE OF will probably be taken down truth and the world will be snfe. c

CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS and the space used to enlarge the -Lincoln.
inspect their enlarged and
hall. _
big study :
THE -- -
htuL-SIOTeR: GASOLINE FROM ONE OF THESE Mrs. Benson:! Is the sponsor of the FIFTH (;K\I)>K' NEWS I 1- r modernized quarters where an

:VTIONS: JOHN ROGERS> (Gainesville Rand) library for the year, and Is busy

Kitty's Dad Fenders 13-28 I getting the books in good condition We have been fixing the first of :-r: extensive collection of gentle-
and placing them In their new j cur Hallowe'en pictures and posters .. ,4-
West n men's wearing apparel ia dlsz -
End Sta. Harrison's (Brooker) places. Lorena Rosier is the stu- ,

D. E. ROBERTS Agent All week we have been making < )) played! in most attractive surround -

comical leading given by MarthaMathe'.vs. pumpkins, black cuts, witches, andHallowe'en 1
BK.IPFOKD AND UNION COl:NTICSVORTIIINGTON :: Her reading brought I Calendars ", ings.itOSENCLUM'S .
lot! of laughter, and was enjoyed! : Ailino Dew Bernard
I : | Reporters ':' .< '
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i Woman's ChorusT Baptist W.: M.\ U. Circles I -- I Mr*. l., C.GRAHAM"iHfc. f.............. -'s visiting Miss Alt, |

Has' First RehearsalThe 'Announce Members FAVORITE : and sirs i-M.: Johnson >,. Smith 9
il Mr. and
Ii JIJf$ Dei ctrA- Miss Ellen, and Mrs. 'Mr. and Mrs. G.>,,IB, (
Woman's Chorus, sponsored The Woman's Missionary Societyof RECIPES daughter, C. hopping in Gaines ..n, Riven. 'ere
by the Education Departmentof : I the Baptist Church Is divided 'I Fogg were shopping In Starke ---.- ltandy

the Woman's Club, had its organization Into three circles.! The membersfor ',.. .. .-- Wednesday. 1101': l'K\I.'H.\
meeting Tuesday after- each circle .have been announced -- Airs. Lizzie Surrency and sons, w glthlCO

\ noon at 3:30: o'clock in the club as follows: Bread Pudding! Clyde and Gerald of Tampa, are I I A "woiklng" will he
J Ii is: Wins Banner Mrs. Dampier
League auditorium. Much enthusiasm over. Circle Number 1- airs. L. G. Mrs. L. A. Canova offers the visiting relatives this week. Hope Cemetery flea. Theresa u'Id at

I J'1' 1'-, J\i.-\ The Epworth League of the Honored :Saturday:: y the organization was voiced by the Powell, leader. recipe for this week. It Is one of lilrs. Rachel Starling left recently day next Thumin All ali

r ::1' I ,''I'' :Methodist Church won the attendance Mrs. W. T. Zeigler entertainedat :! members prevent and the group Mrs R. A. Thomas Miss E. S. her favorites and we know It will for Manatee where she will be Interested are asked, ?, come)eraro

1 & ,,; !' banner at the meeting held her home on Albert Street in looks forward to an interesting Tison, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, :AIrs. be one of yours after you've once employed for several months. pared with tools pre-l

if "! tj! ,'",,"i in Hawthorne last Thursday eve Jacksonville Saturday with a game year's program. The chorus will Earl Searing, Mrs. Eastman, Miss tried It.For 1 Miss Myrtle Padgett of Jasper Is ,' ,
'[I' and miscellaneous shower meet regularly each Tuesday at use only the visiting her aunt, Mrs. Lizzie Clcvlanr sulivaa.
I I" ,; I !lung. Attending this meeting were: party Amy Moore, Mrs. D. L. Silcox, Mis! this pudding Dry- I
I'4 complimenting Mrs. R. C. Dampierof 3:30: o'clock for tehearsal. Others inside of bread, not the crust. Either Delaware
i': Mrs. Frances S. Guilford, Edna Wilma Alexander, Mrs. J. E. Wilson den.Mr has a tau
I I{ ( },t+ Pearce, Ruth Simpson, Sam Simpson Starke, the former Miss Rhoda Interested in becoming memberswill Mrs. Pate Gassett, Mrs. A. A. white or whole wheat bread may and Mrs. Felton Westbrook pedestrians on hard./lurfar't, relJUlrt

; Jimmy> Sewell, Charles Pander, Zeigler. be welcomed at the next meet Jordan Mrs. George B. Flynn, Mrs be used left for their home at Omega Ga. highways to carry. ;omo St3t
I ') Dot Bishop, Harriet Benson, Bill Dahlias and other Fall flowers ing, Tuesday, October 26. J. D. Goodman, Mrs J. J. Johns 3 cups light bread crumbs Friday after visiting the bedside light at night.GUARANTEED. knd: 0

.Ii I', I .1 ,i,{ Plummer, A. Z. Adkins, Jr., Verb' -, were used to decorate the rooms. Officers of the chorus are: Mrs. L. O. Hazen, Mrs. Nat Williams 2 cups milk of her mother, Mrs. Etta Reynolds.
; \ 1 Prizes were won by Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. L. A. Canova, director. 2 egg yolks
They were accompanied home by
\ii1'L Mrs. A. H. Johns Mrs. W
Mm.!! Brady Varnes and Miss Wil- Mrs. E. M. Davis, accompanist. 1-2 cup sugar their trister-in-law, Mrs. Nellie Reynolds
f + E. Bryant, Mrs. R. L. Crews, Mrs BARGAINS
I t. ma Ransone. The hostess was assisted Miss Evelyn Stump, Sec-treaa. 1-2 teaspoon vanilla
; ) and children and when within
W M. Edwards!'!, Mrs C. G. Priest,
'I! REAL by Miss Julie Ranone In serv- Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., 11. Pinch of saltVariations
'tNt' } .f. Mrs. Thomas Mersereau, Mrs. W six miles of their home the car
f''III' brarian. : add either raisins,
: ing.Those D. Fender, Mrs. Ada Lawson, Mrs. ( overturned from a slippery road
lit J tJ' ; : ESTATE attending the party" were Mrs. J. H Benson, timekeeper.The L. W. KIckllter, Mrs. :J. B. Sapp, bananas, or fresh apples.) but fortunately none were seriously
Mrs. W. V. Ransone, Mrs O. A. personnel is as follows: Make meringue of 2 egg whites Injured. 4
!p: s s :' t : iJ : IF YOU WANT TO Thrower, Mrs. Brady Vaixea, Mrs. Mrs. T. M. Hutcliinga, Mrs. David and 4 tablespoons sugar. Cook in
6t it 1 1'i L. J. Moon, Mrs. Glendale Thrower, Sopranos: Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Kite, Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs. G. A. I'moderate over for thirty minutes. Mrs L. C. Smith returned Sun- .10 DAYS
t I'I''i'f [ BUY, SELL OR RENT Mrs. G. A.Moore, Mrs. J. M. Cole, Mrs, J. H. Benson, Mrs. R. J. Davis Anderson, and Mrs. E. C, Priest. Then put on the meringue and day from Jacksonville after visitIng -
Mrs. J. B. Carlisle, :Mrs. R. F Nov. s,
Mr. and
\ .. Mrs. H. J. Marsall Misses Ruth Circle No. 1 has charge of brown. Mrs. C. J. Frazier for
'i j .y. r ; SEE USJi Zelgler, Julie, Jessie, Latrelle and Demorest. Mrs. H. B. McLendon, Church grounds. i several days. 4, 3. and 0 SALECarpenter's

j : h' WILSONREALTY Wilma Hanaone. Mrs W. E. Murphree, and Miss Circle Number 2-Mrs. J. it!. -:MISSION HALL Mir and Mrs. J. H. Surrency were

: r. Evelyn Stump. Brownlee, leader. There was a good attendance on visiting their son, Jack, Wednes- Drug Stor
I : CO. non Silcox, Edith Rowe, Doahia Altos: :Mrs. D. E. Knight, Mrs. the meeting Tuesday evening when, day at the St. Luke's Hospital In
I / Mrs. R. L, Kemp, Mrs. S. )K.::
!I : ': Smith, Marguret Pearce John E. K. Perryman, Mrs. N. D. Wain- "The Churches' attitude toward the Jacksonville. SAVE witk SAFETY) ',
"l'#) I". Sparks Mrs. J. E. Chambers, Mrs '
Arthur Torode, and Carol White. .
wright Jr., and Mrs. W. A. Fischer Theatre was taught at r 1 ,
.: ( Miss Martha Mathews of Starke your
Iit .
,1',. .:r. ___u ___ A. E. Wall Mrs. P. E. Canova. Mrs.T. Not only one denomination's attitude .

i ( K. McClane, Mrs. S. L. Peek I as set forth in its adopted >>-.-.--.-----------.-...::- :
i Mrs. A. O. Andreu, Mrs. --
You Lloyd
Always Protected If You Have
-Iji Little Woman's Club rules, but several of the most prominent
Mrs. One Wiggins Mrs. C. I
Meets were read and discussed ,
f 4 A Peninsular Policy. TuesdayThe A. Knight Mrs. J. W. Edwards, '
and the facts presented, that mem-
Mrs. P F. Flume, Mrs. E. E. Ca-
k: I'I'PENINSULAR regular meeting of the Little bers attending worldly amusements
I ; cI i LIFE INSURANCE CO. Woman's Club was held Tues- nova, Mrs. Ray Newsome, Mrs. W. ANNOUNCEMENTI
are not in harmony with the teach
Charley W. Nicholsan, Agent day afternoon at the club house. L. Wall, Mrs. H. E. Priest Mrs. R. ing of their denomination or the I

The Frances Peek G. Kidd, Mrs. ,
president pre- Will Bryan Mrs. A. spirit of Christ's teaching and is
sided over the business meeting, A. Durden, Mrs. S. F. Hamrick, inconsistent with the Christian M

rr ) t', during which plans were made for Mrs. L. G. Hemingway, Mrs F. B. profession.The .

the ensuing year Johns, Mrs. W. N. Johnson, Mrs.
1 1fi scripture quotations are always WE ARE DELIGHTED TO AN- f
GREEN The club is planning to care for R. Hutchings, :Mrs W. R. Mundy, NOUNCE THE REMOVAL
and OF
r FLOUR 24 M 75C an underprivileged child during the Mrs. A- J. Grlffls'!, Mrs. J. E. New- helpful.enjoyed are proving OUR STORE TO 122-124 EAST

p year, to buy clothes for her and. some, Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs. W. G. MAIN STREET NORTH, IN
buy milk for her every day at Stringfellow, Mrs. Thelma Dinkins, There was a mixed quartette GAINESVILLE
t STORECASH school. Other welfare work Is also Mrs. L. V. Morgan, Mrs. Alice "Dear to the heart of the Shep

& CARRY STANDARD PACK NO. :2 CANS planned.A Langford, and Mrs. R. A. Green. I herd" as a special number, and the -- THE VERY ADEQUATE SPACEIN
Circle No. 2 has charge of the group singing was led by tromboneand
weiner roast was planned for OUR NEW STORE WILL EN-
STARKE, FLA. TOMATOES Can 6c the members of the club next week. I Pastorlum. alto horn. ABLE US TO SERVE YOU WITH I
The out-of-town folks attend-
The president announced the Circle Number 3Mrs. L. A. MORE COMFORT THAN BE-
ing Included Mr. and Mrs. S. H. FORE.
chairmen of the various commit- Canova, leader.
) Dodd and son, Fred, of Keystone
v tees as follows: Mrs. J. H. Lord, Mrs. Paul Ray-
Heights and Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
mond, Mrs. E. M. Thomas, Mrs. WE MOST CORDIALLY INVITE
Charity-Carol White.
I COOKING Annie Richurdo. Mrs. G. W. Ald- Arwood of Lawtey. There were YOU TO VISIT OUR NEW
Membership--Grace Green.
70'OIL professional men and their wives SHOP THE NEXT TIME YOU
Press-Juanita erman, Mrs A. E. McKinney, Mrs.
Barefoot. ,
also present who are always especially ARE IN GAINESVILLE.
,, Program-Harriet Benson. Charlie Powell,, Mrs. W. H. Per- welcome guests in the
M 1 Social-Harriet Bishop. kins, Mrs. James Silcox, Mrs. W. B. ,
Alexander, Mr P, M. Barefoot, I
GaLl L. After the business meeting the Neighbor Geo. F. Tibbitts has returned -
J ; Mrs. L. A. Rennold, Mrs. B. .\.
hostesses, Doshia Smith, Clara and with Mrs. Tibbltts
Fussel, Mrs. E. L,. Biggs, Mrs.
Flume, Loree Phillips, Margaret Gorden, Howey and Dick will be
ii Ralph Alvarez, Mrs. A. J.
: Pearce, and Vernie Phillips, served Thomas on hand next Tuesday evening with

a- (BRING YOLK: CAN) delicious refreshments to the mem- Mrs. J. H. Hundley, Mrs. G. H. their wonderful music and messAge Bessie Rutherford's

/' I bers present. Bennett Mrs. R.. R. Prevatt, Mrs.F. to the delight and inspiration of

O. Peterson, Mrs. Fay Gill, Mrs.
Miss Heering Reviews "The Blanche Wynn Robinson, Mrs. Al- special Invitation Is given all ART'AND GIFT SHOP

': 10 Ibs 22c LARD Lb. lOc Flowering of New England"At ma Hough, Mrs. Frank Hemingway who desire an evening of spiritual

Meeting of Book Club Mrs. W. A Feeler, Mrs. H. D. uplift to attend.

Hemingway, Mrs. J. L. Simmons NEWTON
Miss Gertrude Heering delight- Mrs. W. A. B esant, Mrs. R. F. '
fully entertained her listeners Clark. Newton Johns, 67, died in his
Mrs. V. H. Carden, and
Tuesday night when she gave a review Jrs.-T. Frank Landrum. This circle home a few miles south ofStarke

RICE Ibs. 16c of "The Flowering of New will have charge of the insideof following a heart attack Thursdayof WIN willWIN
last week. Funeral
England" at the meeting of the the church for the year 1937- services
Book Club. This, the first meetingof 38. were held at the Santa Fe Ceme-

I' '1 the year, was told at the homeof tery Sunday afternoon at three
et Ruby Lima or G. Northern "SALAD DRESSING or Hall's
| o'clock with the Rev. L. G. Hem-
Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonon Woman's :Missionary Union GroceryMARKET
Walnut St., at 7:30: o'clock. Has ingway officiating. Pallbearerswere
Royal :Service:: ProgramThe Abe Bessunt, Romie Andrews,

:, I BEANS lb. Sc [RELISH Qt. 20c early Quantities fall flowers of red were roses used and In other dec- Baptist Woman's Missionary N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Carl Johns

and Fred Stump. Interment was
orating the lower floor of the home Union met at the First Baptist & LUNCHWin
also In Santa Fe Cemetery. Mr.
where the guests assembled, Church Monday afternoon and held
ha regular Royal Service Program Johns Is survived by a brother, Jeff.
I 1 r' I MlSd! : Heeling Introduced to .
was Johns.
+ I4EI.LOGG'S CORN PET or CARNATION her audience by Mrs. McLendon. In During the business session $3.00 in Trade Each Week-Ask
., '9e F
the president, Mrs. W. J. Epper- OH
the: beginning of her Miss CARD THANKS Us About This
son, presided, and officers for the _
FLAKESpk.61/ MILK 3 tall 20c Heering stated that "The Flower- This is to sincerely rank the
ing of New England" is the historyof ensuing year were elected and also many true friends who, with their 24-lbs. 70c
t FLOUR Guaranteed
Installed. The officers .
new are: |
the Golden Age of New England kind ministrations, assisted us
from 1812-1863, when President, Mrs W. J. Epperson: the last illness of lovedone.
a period during our
FLORID New England was the center of rice-president, Mrs. J. H. Lord; Especially do we wish to acknowledge I RICE, Fancy Blue Rose, 5 Ibs. 15c

civilization in the United States, a Second Vice-president, Mrs. H. L. the skilled care by Dr.

Pork time of great and fruitful literary Brownlee; Secretary: Mrs. B. M. W. E. Middleton, and the untiring BACON, Best Side, Lb. :... .. 1 IScI

activity which produced such men Fussell; Treasurer Mrs. G. W. Alderman and devoted nursing by Miss Ollie

15c as Melville, Emerson, Thoreau, and ; Leader of Circle No. one, Marr. Northern or Baby Limas, Lb. 5c
I t-sInt'! Hawthorne.The Mrs, L. G. Powell; Leader of Circle Gratefully,

r Flowering of New England, No. two, Mrs. J. Brownlee, ;, :K '-H.'EvLagergren and Family. BREAD, 3 Loaves '- ..i ___ 25c
leader of Circle No. three (formerly -
a Pulitzer prize-winner, was written
Chops lb.NO. ,,the Young Matron's Circle), 1 12c
by Van Wyck Brooks. This Mrs. Canova. COFFEE 100 Pct. Pure,
book is the first of a planned seriesof Levy

literary histories of America. The Royal Service Program was 1 lwYs DILL PICKLES, Quart 1 12c
In charge of Mrs L. G. Powell and u
1 MAINE Although it Is nonfiction, it Is call
ed: by America's most distinguishedcritics the topic selected was "The Chi- 1 0c
MILK tall 3 for 20c Small 3 for
nese." Mrs. Powell assistedby ; ,
r Potatoes 10 Ibs. 13c as being "brilliant, alive, ex-

citing, profound, fast-moving as a Mrs. S. E. Sparks and Mrs. B. HOME GROUND MEAL 10 Ibs. 25c

novel, a masterpiece, a classic." M. Fussell. The program, was closed _

NI\EOt.RtND ,,,;:s'r N ur Miss Heering by her charming with a talk by the president, Lb. 1 lOc
manner and by her knowledge of Mrs. Epperson.The NO\aSALE ] Compound, __

MEAT 15c the contents of the book, held her next will be held 4,5,
lb. BACON lb. 18c listeners' avid attention. Monday afternoon meeting, November 21, CHUCK STEAK or ROAST, Lb. ilf2c 1

e at the church. Carpenter's Drug Store

New Minister\ And Wife ASPIRIN TABLETS Box _
:k-kOLEO lb. 12Yc GRITS Sibs ISc Honored At Reception Samlefur-Griffis 4t your J cxatt tit DRUG STORE1], ROMA OLEO, Pound 1 12c

The Rev and Mrs. L. A. Shep- Mrs. A A. Snidefur of Grove- I

herd were honored Friday eveningat land announces the marriage of 1 19c
Quart .
HI-PLANE TOBACCO, 2 Cans for 15c a beautiful reception given by her daughter, Vera to Wilbur K. STILL HAVING ,

the Woman's Missionary Union andsponsored Griffis of Stark, October 16 In 1 lOc
PRINCE ALBERT Can lOc on Dozen
__ the Matron'sCircle EATING APPLES, _
by Young
Dade City. Mr. and :Mrs. Grlf/t FUN SKATINGAt
of the First Baptist Church, will make their home In Groveland 22c
y at the home of Mrs. Ethel M. CHEESE, Southern Print, Lb. _
: Pork Stew lb. where Mr. Griffla Is employed as
-L- 12 J jc Biggs. The Rev Mr. Shepherd Cor. Call and Cherry Stu. 25c

has recently ben called to occupy foreman of a W. .P. A. project. SAUERKRAUT, No. 2 can 3 for _

the pulpit of the local Baptist
Church, and he and his wife have INFANT CLARK Morning Session 0:30 to 11:00: TOILET TISSUE 3 rolls 1 I0c''
ONIONS 3 Ibs. lOc been cordially received not only I Frank Clark, Jr.? thirteenmonthsold I5cj Afternoon Session 4:00 to -
I .1:30, 20o: Evening!: or Nile Session -
grandson of C. H. Clark, died 1 1&
by his church members but by the ROUND STEAK Lb.
I 7:30 to 9 and 9 to 10:30. .
WART JARPEANUT in general. Saturday after a brief Illness. Interment -
for Gents 23c for one session or
The rooms of the lower floor of was at Providence Church JOe for both _Ion". For ladle PEANUT BUTTER Quart 25cPOTATOES.
BUTTER 23c o'clock Sat ,
near Windsor at two .
this attractive home were profusely 25c for one or both Ion"
urday afternoon.
decorated with a variety of early I 10 Ibs. lac!
Fall flowers and In every detail
: J"F Agent For the reception was well planned and 3c
SALT IV Lb. Box .
executed. A choice musical pro :'. -

gram entertained the guests during OWN YOUR OWN HOME 1 lOc
part of the evening. Mrs. Walter ONIONS. Fancy 3 Lbs. .

1 TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO. Baner, of Foley, played a group of Build Now On F. H. A. Plan I6c
lovely violin numbers and John II. PORK CHOPS, Florida, Lb.

t Powell Bang a group of beautiful
I solos. The piano accompanist for Come In Let's Talk It Over BANANAS 4 Lbs. 15c

Better Quality the evening was Mrs. L. A. Ca ,

k'i ad nova.Towards the close of the eve- HAROLD C. WALL, AGENCY We Meet Any Price In Starke on Groceries

i)' Get Our Low Prices Before Buying ning the guests were served with E\ery Branch of INSURANCE FREE DELIVERY

I tempting fruit punch, sandwichesand


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t OCTOBER: 15, 1037
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8m. I I Miss! Essie Coleman spent! theweekend I Merrill Struth and Walter Mac- Mr. end- Mrs': J. M. Vants and its Mrs.guests L. A.ot Brown.reer patents. Mr. IIno At one time, the-- average- .life of- ,',

In OlusUe. with her pa Donald Wednesday for Sanford family have moved to Fairbanks, Mr. and Mrs. I... R. Gnlney spent a dollar bill was 20 months; now It

Were tents.Ltr. I where they are employed with the where Mr. Yantz recently bought a last week in Jacksonville! as guestof in six months.
ofIDeal Geodetic Survey. home. While In Starke
Y living theyoccupied their daughters, Mrs. L. A.
and Mrs. Rudolph Andrews tho Gaattett house near
Mints and Mrs. A. B. Crosby They
Ise were visiting relatives In Brooker I Friends of O. E. Stanwbury will the airport. Mr. Yantx Is a buildIng -
were accompanied home Sunday by
I NeSs I Sunday afternoon i I be pleased to learn that he Is much contractor. Mr. and Mrs. Crosby' who spentthe '

at :, better improving rapidly in the day h ie.Mr. rf 'L.1 l fO8
I Mrs. Frances Sweat Guilford r.ivrisKle Hospital l In Jacksonville Friends here of Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Radford Elrannrn
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS:; AND spent Sunday In Quit man. Ga., with I _. -- -- .- .-- George Powell of Newton, N. C. and of Jacksonville A cJ81I. CIa!>>I.prescription for Cold .
Pnht her mother Mrs. T. A. Sweat. :11'. und will regret to learn of the death oft baby spentSunday Chfl&'l'nv.Ma18Ma.antlIn"uenz.. .
Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and I I .
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN .heir I three-year-old daughter, here as guest of his grandmother At drag store;tie or send stamps toe
-- son, Jimmy, have returned to their
Mrs. R. H, Green. l'
_!>.. Dr. Ce..Juk.onviU..F1a.
Frances Shelton I on October 16. I
Mr. and home In
Mrs. Roy Mills of Mor- Tampa! after a visit with -----
rlston :Mr. and Mrs. Leukemia is said to have been the
were guests Friday night of O. L. Beasley. r.

I Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Andrews.Bill cause of her death. NOW OPEN I

toor Earl, gearing of Fernandina Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong were ---- -- ----- Mrs L. D. Vining and Mrs. D. I II
I Miss Lois Adkins and Miss Marjorie -
the week-end here. visitors in Jacksonville Monday. Noegel returned to his home P. Carpenter have returned to their
rant here Sunday after being II homes Stump of Staike' were amongthe .
employedIn after visiting\ relatives In I EDDIE HARTMAN'SFURNITURE
276 seniors Invested with the
[ A. F Sauls spent Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. B. B. McCall of Ohio for several months.Mr. Dublin and Baconton, Ga. of the senior
)11"( I privilege wearing cap
N I II Jacksonville. Madison were business visitors i and gown in the annual Investiture
____.. ..,i.,.I-, i here last Thursday. and Mrs. R. C. Buford and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hitch attended ceremonies Tuesday' night at the I REPAIR SHOP I Ii

Mre. _. R- Struth of Tallahassee ---- daughter Gloria, and Mrs. Letie j the Florida-Sewanee football state college in Tallahassee.
the week-end in Starke. Mrs. H. B. McLendon and Mr. Stilley spent the week-end in Jacksonville game in Gainesville Saturday after-

pent ___ and Mrs. E. L. Matthews spent I I __with_relatives_ noon. George K. Stansbury, who was i Will Build New !

Monday In Jackbonvllle. called here on account of the illness
sjMtnink was a Business:! vlsi ----- -
joe I 1 I
| ,icksonvllle Wednesday. -- --- .- --- I Mrs. W. H. Sewell and children Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ulgdon of of his father, O. E. Slansbury, :
In Furniture Repair
tor I Gayle Virginia and and i or -
/ Jimmy, ,
The Rev and 1lrs.V.. A. Fischer I!, Jacksonville spent the week-end ban returned to Pensacola. Mr.
Marjorie Davis spent the weekend I here with 1 Is in the United .
Rlgdon's EtariNbury employed
spent several this week patents
Gerald Middleton was a recent days i In usUs. Refinish And t
visitor In JllcksvnvllIe.In Gainesville. I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rlgdon.Mrs. States Aviation work and has I ,
business .lecently been transferred from Panama
I Mr. und' Mrs Rudolph Andrews I to Pensacola. Upholster Your : [
Lester Simonton of Jacksonville
Mrs. Jessie Mae -
Mrs :N. D. Wainwright Sr., Blakely of Lake attended the Florldn-Sewanee - -
Jacksonville.As City was visiting friends here Fil- will spend the week-end '
[spent Monday In day. ball game in Gainesville Saturday I 1 with her mother, :Mrs< C. A. Thorn- Mr and :Mrs. S. R. Johns Jr., and Old Furniture I
, I afternoon. ton. Carlyle Hitch spent the week-end
-- --- ----- I In Augusta Ga. with Mrs. Johns'
Miss Johnnie Russell spent the Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen und I brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Repairing and Building Boats A Specialty ,
(Ui'ivr xsntiqurl3: week-end in St. Augustine with I daughter, Minnie Lou spent the ,I Mr. and I Mrs E. S. Matthews Mrs. C. N. Christy. They were accompanied I
i have returned to their home after
relatives. week-end in Center Hill with rela- back to Starke by Mrs.S. I Pick Up & Delivery Service
: (!gifta n week's stay In Ft. :Myers and I
i tives. R. Johns Sr., who had spent the
I Tampa.Mr. .
Senator and Mrs. C. E. Johns and past few weeks with Mr, and Mrs. j Ii i PHONE 52
Miss Kathryn Haynes spent Friday Joe Wainwright, left Tuesday for Christy.The .
CHIN'-: EARLY AMERICAN In Green Cove where he will I and Mrs. James Hair of
Jacksonville. Springs
& VICTORIAN FURNITURE be recorder for Lake City were guests Sunday of I Located One Block N. of School on Road 13
Coastal and Geodetic -
I Reasonably Priced) ------ meeting of the W. C. T. U. .
Mrs. Hair's parents :Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. A. Wainwright of Jacksonville Survey.Mrs. will be held on Friday afternoon at --
Frank Holllngsworth. I
A5i"" |< ABOUT OUR CHRISTMAS Is the guest of Mr. und 3 o'clock with the president, Mrs.
f ff GIFT LAY-AWAV PLAN Mrs. A. O. Andreu. N. Sternbcrg and Mrs. A. F. A. Scott. Plans are being I
Z. Adkins were guests Wednesday Friends of Alex Barnes will regret mode to send delegates to the II
of Mr. and. Mrs. Fled Guy in Jack to learn that he is confinedin I
Mrs. J.. Warren, in State Convention to be held In Bur-
Antique & secretary
the county school superintendent's sonville.Dr. the Veterans' Hospital in Lake tow, and the meetings are helpful

256 1 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville office here has been confined to her City because of illness. from week to week. I
W. E. Middleton and W. B ----- --- I
-- --- -
home this week because of illness.
Munily spent a few days the first Mr. und Mrs. J. M. Brownlee II

of the week at Dr. Mlddleton'a spent Sunday in Gainesville as IIROOKER I H HSTAIIKE

camp at Piney Bluff, Ga. guests Brownlee.of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mix. Vrru Galney, Correspondent GROCERY

It's Mrs. L. A. Davis went to Miami I --' Mr. and Mrs.. R. B. Ruulersun and I

Monday and attended the annual i I Mrs James Godbol.l and Henry children and Mrs. H. P. Galney and
daughter, Eva: Kay, ppent Sunday
convention of the United Daughters JGodbold, of Jacksonville, were
The of the Confederacy, which here Friday visiting Mrs. Godbold's in Lake Butler as guests of Mr. KANt'V ICED JONATHANEATING FLORIDA

convened on the 19th and lasted I mother MI''s. \V. S. Stroman. and Mrs R. W. Brannen.
I three days Mr. and I Mrs. S, H. Hitch and APPLES Doz. lOc

Old, J. P. Doyle of Jacksonville baby of Ralford spent Sunday here

spent the week-end. here with rcl- -

I I jativeff' He was accompanied/ toJacksonville Don't KliillT let COLDS colds THIS"\\AV and irritated
Old Sunday by :Mrs. Doyle, or
lef ... and Misses Pat and Dorothy Lamb. throats get you down. Just go to
Rexall Store and
a Drug buy a pint
--- --
bottle of !Ml 31 Solution for 49c-
i Mr. snit Mrs N. N. Norton of VOKK COOKING; YELLOW':
the mouth wash that
Story Tampa and. Mrs. .1. n. Tobler of antiseptic '
F.tiHtis: were guests last week of kills germs in 5 seconds Gargle
Mrs. Sallie Tison and Mrs. Florrie Mi 31 Solution every morning and APPLES Sib 15e ONIONS 31b lOc

.TALE \'111),1.M) night. You 11 be amazed at the

HE WAITED TOO LONG NOV., good it does you. Carpenter's the I
Rexall Store in Starke.
,'. and Mrs. R. V. Turner and Drug
I 4, 5and8Carpenter's left Just buy a bottle of Mi 31 Solu-
family Saturday for Jacksonville

4 Lbs.
YES! HE HAD been meaning to. take out In- : Drug Store Beach where they will make tion for 49c at the Rexall Drug

Miiratu'H for a long time. Rut he delay I 05AVE iH SAFETY their home. Mr. Turner Is connected Store. Gargle It regularly. It kills
ACT ed. Then-MiHlden Hlrkncwi-tnrdy re- v with the state road department. germs In 5 seconds. Ml 31 Solution THK' KKHT IIAKOIN IN TOWN-NO. I
IOffIe. HI widow and bud have become Is guaranteed to satisfy or you get
objects of rhurtty. It run happen I II your money buck. Carpenter's the IRISH POTATOES lOlbs. 15cLARD
NOW! I Joe M. Davis former I
to tiny uninsured man.DON'T I employeeof Rexall Drug Store In Starke. Adv.
Invention Brings Joy the Telegraph' who now has his I

To Women Who Iron own printing shop in DeLand stopped MILLIONS fSK THIS 1AHOLII.INAINRICE
LET IT HAPPEN TO YOU here briefly Tuesday on his Get relief from aclcl-lndigcntion.

way to White Springs. Tale Ulsma-Rex the 4-actlon antacid -I

Women everywhere are praising powder which neutralizes acid,

JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT this wonderful iron with which Friends of Mis. Floyd Green will expels gas relieves heartburn and Lb. lOc

they do their ironing in less than be Interested to learn that she Is soothes the stomach Buy Binma- 5 Lbs. 17c
Rex 50 dose bottle
Improving after undergoing a major a for 50c, at
half the time-without drudgery-
the Rexall Drug Store -
STARKR:, FLORIDA operation at Riverside Hospital Caipenter's
without spoiling the clothes and at in Jacksonville. the Rexall Drug", Store In

almost no expense. Starke. -Adv.

NAT SEZ Women Iron in comfort while Church Members will have of the :Methodist "
a Fellowship '
1 using it with no hot stoves to fret I Dinner Tuesday evening. at seven 1

The older a man gets the more over, no labor of keplng up coal or o'clock at the Orange Blossom
foolish he get and la always trying Cafe
.L to da the things' he shouldn't.I I wood fire, no danger of explosion I 21- Pounds __ _

drive down to the) skating rink using; gasoline, alcohol, etc., no The 'Rev and Mrs. II. C. Stith
t,t carry night; And look with envy and children of Jacksonville will
at arch sticking, smutting or 4ligD
.'l''l'! at the 'otIRK"t..r. cavorting around
spend this week-end with Mrs. OCTAGON ARMOUR'S TARGET
fine linen. .
/ on roller xkntr and ulfth that I scorching Etlth's parents, Mr. and lira. H. L. SOAP

could he out there t among** .eo.... See 'Mr*. J. CLONES. !: Starke, I H" wnlee. <:i/ NOV. S, S 1LE or CORNEDPOWDER ?

!Some of three days I'm going to Fla., for a FREE DEMONSTRATION. L 4, 9, and 8Carpenter's BEEF'''

forget my age und try It any- Mr. and Vimng have

'Jwn I guess I'll full down and Fuel for the above irons may be been Mrs. out Vining of town visited for several relatives days.!in Drug Store 5 for lOc Reg. can __ 15c

break" my dignity, hut chat thehock. purchased reasonably at GAS-
Georgia and Mr. Vining went to c
SETT'S-HARDWARE-- STORE In Savannah Ga., on a business!, trip. ;at your Jex' Staike. JO-G-41

SMART FOR FALL Mr. and Mrs. J. J. RIgdon and
Each 25cCORN
Does Bladder Irregularity Miss Eva Rigdon attended the funeral -

services Wednesday after-
Comfortable Clothes r.v.T YOU rpt
noon In Sandeison of :Mr. Rlgdon'g 2.BURNER HEATERClrculullnc '

for Casual Wear Make. thin.20o tcBt. If not pleased. nephew, Tom RIgdon, a policeman < -lIun. Oil TALK OF TilE TOWN
In four days irn back and ret your '
3rn< Flush the kidney a* you would of Tampa. :- $1085 FLAKES Pkg. 6c COFFEE lb. 19c
1'oa'11 he delighted with theuplwaruoce rite bowels. Help nature. eliminatepolftntiuua - y ;; 4

and comfort ort which. ran waste cause the and Irritation excess acid.that Mrs. W. N. Brown of Hampton IliTll I
h".. smart wearable* inny result In getting up nights was a visitor to Starke Tuesday. IIIII! TAULK S BOXES
Ict'uu.e. scanty flow, frequent deilre and 11 ll nralnet
they're grand for IxirnliiK. art biichu. leave, juniper I Mr. Brown who' halt been HI for po r ce 'lain I

.'roiirnl the wear house All or nilsNcn'riimioltrtct oil and green 4 other tablet. drug". Just. made.ay Into Huket little I some time, has just returnd.fromthe llnlxli.in 'operate Kunji, SALT, 3 for lOc MACARONI lOc

..I!/p..,. lu UIIT drll"'IIMt.l Lncally at Carp n- hospital to their home In .nnonilrul, I
irr'a. The Uoxull Drug Store. | j 11mp on. He Is much Improved.Joe I-; :---k itlra'tltp. In I,
BLOUSES __ i .1 (In loll. Hi*(. FLA. CHUCK STEAK
I FUn ONLY f Hoover and :Mrs. Hilda Belle at on I
GENT A WORD I Bence spent Sunday In Ocala with I 1(run."StVOII.. ." J

$1.19 ], Mrs. Hoover, who is confined at PORK SHOULDER lb. 15c
COLUMN :, the home of her brother and sister- $18.85 I

lin-law. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Chace, '

"'IiIltTiI JJ.I.sND: IV :MANY COLORS MATE-FOR I, STORE apply ON to Mrs.CALL J. Street W. Morgan.for rent (with a broken hip. STUDIO COUCH STEW RIB Lb. 9c t

,lIt Mr. an Mrs. N. Wainwright, -
$1.98 Sr., has in their guests for the i 1 l q

FOR SALE- -Wood, for heater or wtek-end their sons, W. M. W in. I

stove See Mrs. W. A. Stern, wright state auditor, of Tallahassee ) q'r COFFEE COFFEE

SPECIAL TWIN Starke Fla. 4tFOR and James Richard Wainwright

Inspector for the State Road Department -
SALE Copenhagen and Pound 25c 2 Pounds 25c
N NlA'llh
of Mayo. ,r'
100 FALL Ch..I'I."tonVakefield Cabbage I Arm* and Bwk Rest
plants at $1 per thousand. Come
SETS farm. Miss Anita/ Co'jrtmunch has hadas $39.85 WI.KtICSI'STF.X FORT HOW A III)
get them at Moore's Keystone
her house guest for the past
I road. 2tI Term,

WANT to buy a home In or near Beach arid-Chicago. Miss Kyle has
Starke for not more than 2000. just returned.from the North and ; 2 No. 1 Cans 25c 3 Rolls 20cTKOI'KJ

$2.98 $1.98] $2.98 Address Box XYZ, care Telegraph. West where she spent the summer HARTFurniture

Starke, Fla. 2t with a number of her former pupils I TIB

several of whom have just returned -
from successful tours
STERNBERGS locally cards.beautiful Commission.line of Christmas Applyto abroad following In the footstepsof 8TAKHE. FLA. BUTTER lb. 35c/OLEO lb. 13c

Miss Kyle, who U tt international .. ;
Bradford County Telegraph. reputation. 1!


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i ; I crew' worms and other pests and FIRST IU'-- DItED B4LESSKA I JOB OEH: BKfiGINO" W Idew'K PeB. I 'SI)
j LI r I To Bnlance One !) ,
i1.t f to maintain an accurate check on ISLAND COTTON IS ST. PETERSBURG:: City offl1 By amount collected I I ', '. '',r Iu.::

,1 1 ,. their condition. Regular inspections SHIPPED TO BOSTON I 1 I daIs are puzzled by the lack of ap'pllcants To Balance Bend due Hrfnad___ _.*..-,."_ J ; '''.r..

tell the farmer whether his for the $2,100 a year Job,.j To Bainnce: due ___. : ;

.5: : i 1". FARMERS SECTION feeding program is sufficient, his WORTHINGTON SPRINGS of secretary and chief examiner of, To Bv amount Balance collected due -.__ i: fl'Jnrldll' ,,

:, "., pastures are good his water sup With the return of Sea Island cot- the newly created Civil Service I Himtl A llrldite"- '. .. ( "U .;
: 'I 1. sufficient and whether his date none has I A SInkIng. Fa.dTo ) 1 ".1' anG
ply Florida after nineteen Commission. \
ton to north (
I Conducted by Demonstration Alren" I Balunca due _-_, .__ I :; > '' Xfi i
I I'' purebred siren are producing good years that none was grown on a pplied\ for the well-paying post By nimiunt" collected _.." __ | ) 1 '

: :I Ij stock. commercial scale the farmers are according to Chairman A. G. Mc- To Balunce due .n .. _._ l, ,I, :<"Hit:

I ) 1"" The condition of a man's pastures enjoying one of their most pros Eachern although lesser Jobs at iit FOR PI' ..... \( KV, t.lnl.,7|
.1.. t. hall are much sought after I l\ I 11141 IT OINT.. .:
Mr. Sheely explains, is reflected perous years. city
'If .. \lii"
1)14'l IHCI'IT, '
'I", in the condition of his cat ', !! ,. '
favorably < 01 ST '
Hints To Housewives Acreage compares most \TV. I'FI1 OK ; ; on r
f ;! RURAL tle. Cattle that are not CITRUS NOT DAMAGEU l\ S'1I4'EBt'El1VJN : I I ::3Ih
i 1)1*) : 1 with that planted! in pre-war : C. JONES" ,
\\1 f'III'' COMMON[ SENSE ing satisfactorily usually do not years. The quality of staple and ORLANDO-The Federal Bureau Complainant ,, rdlan.

.1 Weekly from Home Demonstration .. get enough pasture grass. There. yield per acre Is most encouraging. of Agricultural Economics va.ALlCri. '
': U. JONES!, : '
'ti !. ''H' i iII SpecUUIata, TallaJuuwee By SPUDS JOHNSON fore a. cattleman can adjust and i The gin of R. B. Roberts has been said last week the heavy rainfall DefendantIt \-

,1; Ii j' It '\ expand his pastures plant newgrasses running at full capacity for the that accompanied several tropical appearing. by "", ,' I I :
1 '6.. ; ed to the hill filed In ; .
JI causedno
In \ ,
disturbances September
and make his '
BREEDING ; grazing last several weeks. This gin Is one :
,I ); IS NEEDED IN MOVETO lands more satisfactory and pro- of the largest and most modernly' injury to citrus fruits In Flor defendant therein, named \ ; ; "*, :
j I.' I -mixtures of fibers ductive after he has seen the necessity ida. A total production of 37,000- resident of the State of "' ]!, "Ik.(
New weaves and IIPROCTTI..E! equipped in the entire Sea inland In a. resident of Tabor l; !, '"*

\\1.1 t c//'y complicate:: the problem of for these things. belt It Is stated! by authorities.The 000 boxes of oranges, tangerines (Carolina. over the age of 1 I (iili I.j!'

.' t \ti' chopping for clothes this fall. Many things are involved In the Another Important thing to be first shipment consisting of and grapefruit was Indicated on that one yearn saul non-rexldent; It Is. therefore" I I' ; ..'Irs,..

Many of the new fabrics baffle theIr. movement to improve Florida's considered is the matter of winter one hundred bales of the "whilegolel" October 1, it was said. This compares and fine. In hereby. required t ; JI' 'Ial..r';ly 'In

Ifttl chopper who wants to know what cattle industry and a cattlemanwho feeding. Cows should be bred so was sold several days ago with 40,600,000 boxes hare 'caiiKe to the on bill or of before complaint Monday. ] : \ ',

: :4 fibers and what proportion of wants to go farthest and receive they will drop calves early the following to a Boston buyer. I vested last year. day of December A. H. I '! i '4)' '101.'
t' wlxa the allegations\ of said 1 ll !
II IIif( each they contain. the greatest returns from his spring and it Is essential I"1 .. he taken) :: l : I ,
1 II c! Due to the quantity of cotton >i,'*'I'H'0.1': .: or an confenxed by
1'Ir.:n! The best aid to Identifying fab- enterprise must not overlook any that they be given sufficient feed raised In this trade area and han I SLE fendant. '" ,.
; It IH ftirllit-r ordered i
that under
:\0110 IK hereby given
t.''f } rice is a label that Rives clear and of them. to go through the winter In good died here, Worthington Springs and In nrrorrtaiue with that ctrtiiln I der be ,iHlhlifihed- once a i 1 ... .-a..
: information. Lucking condition. It must not be over flnnl I 'l.'erp of fnrediiHtirp a n.l four competitive' week In t
11 : complete Walter J. Sheely Extension animal has been known as the 'Sea Island ..
1. .. Hahrenilci I nl I I'V' I I..ii. I II. I,. SphrlnirIIH ford (Coiiniv Telegraph a I ["
lf'llI' iij 1' labels shoppers may use a few husbandry agent recently looked that the cow must not only Capital' of this section. It Is forecast .Iiidire of tho circuit iourt of I per uuhllxhed In said < 1

ft'' t 1." I simple tests at home which will pointed out that steady all-round have enough feed to carry her that 1,000 bales will be ginned I Hra lfr. In>id that CViiinty certain Florida ennne, In prndlnfc Chnnfrry. I s..ii Thlx.". October. 19th, 11137.OFIMCIAl. i ; J, ',"'r'

hi! : !>>J help them to know what they are improvements of the state's cattle I through but additional feed allow here this yea It Is the belief! In wikl Coni-t, whi-ii'ln H. J. Aldtrmn ( ( "SHAh) I : ", .. ''f rt I
., must be made for the calf I .lr, nn adn>lnl..tratftr of the i..n- : < .
buying.The ance to n A J. THOMAS.Clerk ) i..
Is dependent on more man JUBI Improving of authorities that Sea Island cot. tote rif II. .Alderman, ,dHpfaK. laplnlntlff { Circuit, Court : ; ,' .:,_"
I : 19j? burning test is one way of the breed. "Flot'Ida's cat be born. As everyone knows Florida ton has a. very bright future In I suit Klltel! M IllnK Et. !My .1. H. KKM..V.Deputy i ,

'ti'1t' whether material Is pastures, as a rule are not as and that it will be Al ari". ,dcriMidiintu:: (I'ati No. asic, the "' '
telling pure'ti' Union County
tle have shown great Improveml'ntduring iiiirU'rnlfi'tied. HpirlHl) I Maxtor by nnldrlecroe Uobert, 11. Duncan (
dye silk weighted silk or a syn ; the past few years and good In winter as they are in Burn- one of the best money crops of the appointed will Hell to I the Solicitor. .. for Complainant.
thetic-like Fray both mer. So, Mr. Sheely suggests thatIn hlirhext Milder for cash In front of |1 10-22-61-11. >]|1 ,
Fs 4 '. rayon. much of this improvement Is due farmers. the South front door of the Bradford! ',>
lengthwise and crosswise threads to breeding up the herds but addition to home-grown feeds I .- (Countv 'nun hoijee In :Wtarke .%01'.rB OF ,.. ....' 1-
in of the goods and cottonseed cake {11 1-2 to 2 poundsper ida during, the legal! hours of 'lor'l. FOR 'r%", nKKIIenal
sample apply
tt a breeding is only one of the thingsnecessary SUNNY BROOK FARM on Mon.lav.I..v..mh..r: Int. A. ( Illll !No. l '
J ; a lighted match. Pure-dye silk for building a great live cow per day) be provided for ltt.17 HIM followlnn: premiMeH" cit hate :NOTICB IS HEREBY i >

I ., ; burns with an odor of burning hair stock Industry in this state" he them. This additional feed is satIsfactorily :\Irll. F. H. Crosby CorreHpondent I In(hue llrudford lot In ('the ountv Town Floitdn.of Htarke.IvrliiK tw.it : I i Itlflfnte I A, B.' Surrencv,No. holder of ; :,

; and forms tiny black bulls. Silk said. distributed among the Sf> ft I Kiift. and Went and of A.112 Issued the. : : ": : ;i
Aiiicuxt D. 1'U.I.! ban "al'
G. M. Bennett is spending a 6.j ft North and South. hounded ., r ,,
with metal In .ffh' nnd ban 'tr.
heavily weighted leaves herd and it is very economical the my made
Management practices pasturt's.regular while with his son-in-law and on North by Innd of I ntute tion for 1 I ') ,,
a lax deed to
1L a black crisp, skeleton of the weave effective cost per cow for the entire winter of 'WIIII.II.h'. ,,\\'. sold to naldAndrewM thereon Said" certificate. I! : |, i i"n,?,,"
4 Inspections. and more daughter Mr. and Mrs. Floyd by'''. It. Oll..on. on ,,-," ,.
: rather than black balls. the following dexcrlhed
Synthetics to few dollars.
Ii amounting only a .. .. | | .
feeding practices for the the South I 10. I'hnrrh &" We t I Ihe t ""od
1 r appear to melt as they burn give Winter are some of the other This small expense will bring manya Crosby. by land, of John I'lenimonR. and Florida, County, to-wlt of! :Bradford .i t ;"ra,e.
I \
cgf a' flight( pungent odor and leave :, that cow and her calf through tospring Mrs. Myron Johns Mr. and Mrs. :North.. M.by T.land Hay. owned The In above 1884.1.byMrs. .- South-Kaxt East' Quarter of ,ri\",' .t Ii
things are necessary. O. E. and children and Miss deeded Qultrlpr.!-I..lIon 31.: '
Crosby the
Hrrlbed land N
"a name
l. glassy.l klng I grass. xhlp A South. Kan 20 :
l Cattle should be Inspected KB : .
regularly ,
Antionette Sapp of New River attended June 14. 1884 hy J. n Alvaresand containing 40( acres ..
The lye test helps distinguish for injuries to keep down This period of the year is a very wife to I lllllnian IV. AdaniM, The axnexxment. or the more.. tt. .,
p i church at Corinth Sunday. Also, 1 lot roinmenrlnK, ut the : *, .
between animal and vegetable fibers Important one for the Florida cattleman Pity under the said ". I
Jacksonville\ Houtheant corner of Ihe above ) ;I I ,'
L. E. McRae xued was In the of :
and is useful in finding out wool will have disappeared leaving inasmuch as it Is the time deRc-rlbed. land running Knot::. 56 .son : : ( IH.
preached at Corinth Church Sun- ft. thence North 117 ft, thence '
Just how much silk or wool a fabric any cotton linen. or syntheticsthat for preparing his cows for the his Wext 87 ft. thenox Soulll 63 1-3 I'nlexs. saId certificate .. j pi "p.

contains. Boil the sample of the fabric contained. : spring cult crop working out his day. He was accompanied by ft. thence Kant 32 ft, to 'the deemed nccordliiK': to law, : .. ....
son. :Northeaxt. corner of the abovedencrlhed erty described therein will I Ji, ''n.
goods for ten minutes in a mix To learn whether a synthetic is winter feeding program and at. land thence South to to the highest bidder at '

ture of one pine of water and one an acetate rayon or contains any I tending to many other phases of Mrs. J. R. Kelly spent a few daysIn point of beginning, belnR In houHe door on the first. I i. ,.
Lake Butler last week with her :NW. of SW4' of See. 28, Twp 6 the month of November ) t p ,p.
tablespoonful of lye. (Use great acetate drop the sample into ace the cattle business for the yeur. S" R. 22 nast. Is. the IM. day of \...",, ,.. t>.. ",n
Mrs. A. L. .
and DI.Jg.gers
parents> Mr. Alan One lot 50 ft. Kn.t and Paled this 28th day of I .it
caution since lye burns the skin.) tone or fingernail-polish remover :
Careful attention to these details 1937,
Went nnd 45 ft :North R".ll'oulh. I I I 'tiflav' n
,. After this boiling all the silk or I which will dissolve all acetate. plus the better blood brought Into bounded on :North l by K. A. (OFFICIAL SEAL' ) I!" M h,ih
We are glad to know that Neal Ureen'n' Inndx, on Kaxt hy Tem A. J. THOMAS. I : ,". IT
the herd through breeding will effect Crosby Is Improving after a long on Went hv J .11! Moore Clerk of Circuit (' .er,
11f all-round Improvement of live 1,1"V" on South by Hogan Bradford, County
II1f. FUNERAL DIRECTOR spell of sickness. St. I In Town ..Sharks! .. Florida 10-I-Gt.10-29
; stock. Miss Nona Brown was attendingto and belntt. In NW4 of SW, of

;My Many Yearn Kxperlnnre.; Makes It Possible for Me to Render business matters in Starke Mon Se,'. za, 'I'w|> tI S, K. 22 Kant.K. :\\0'1'11' OF. ,,, '."" '
I aa
POHIKennte'F,,. 1l11F11l
ltfi EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS: SERVICE The best material used in makIng Sp..ln'In..l..r' In Chancery. Hill '\o. l :l
day.Mrs. KNK1HT( & KSIII liT
F #ILJ :MODERATE PRICES fernl-transparent' pipe stems is L. A. Crosby and children Attorney for plaintiff. I...NOT1CK:0. Powell: HEHKBY holder of(Tux -

DeWITT C. JONES amber the petrified sap of prehisoric spent Monday with her mother. 10-3t-l5-22-29 I c-ate No. 32S. Ixxiied the I I \
--- Auiru, A. Li. 192!), ha.. filed 1 : : ,
Starke Florida pine trees, found on the Mrs. H. M. McRae in Pine Level :NOTI4-K OK. .'PPMC'TIOTI ,mv office and has made : ; = That
Pi'r .
shores of the Baltic sea. section. FUR 'r \,. ...:.:n for a tax deed to be Ixxued. '',rlf.
I (Create' Hill o. 1'.'1)SOTI.'N !SHld\ certificate embracex day if
I" II ;f-l"HY I1J\' ;S. That I ing dexcrlbed properly I In t all.. In
_ ij rucllle (*. Kdwardx' holder of Tax ty of Bradford, State of .atlnn
t (Vltlflcote No. 674 ixxued the 7th wit : I her.'...
dny of July A. L>. 1430 has filed Four acres In I SW "or of : fnl.
I!<*. same In my office. and has made application I of at SW Cur :r. the
for a tax deed to lie Issued. N :3.i'1So'r: thence; S Flor
..10..011.I..ld, certificate embracesthe I :
: OCTOBER 23rd erly 216 yards. thence S'
following described property' in i yards to S'! line of said 40, i
the County of Bradford, mate of I \V to beg. Also S 3 acres : : ( 7n 13
I 1t. Florida, lo-wit: of NM'i I of SK"4 ; I ; 1: ; 22
North-half" (,f Southwest Quar. Townxhlp/ 6\ South. I :; more
CHEVROLET PRESENTS THE ter of Southwest. Quarter Except Hash containing 7 Aden .
: 2 Acres. In Northeast Corner & or lexH. C''O'U I
', r 4 Styling.. as different o. ll hIxoutMul Rxcept, 1 Acre for Church. Section The assessment. of the ''nulled
MODERN-MODE 33 TownshIp 6 South erty under the .said '
for Ihk blggr Banire 22 Hast, containing 18Aers was In I the name of W. be re
\ more or I. ..... I'nlens xald certificate \ ]II"P> <
i looking, betterlookinglowpriced .
NEW 1938 CHEVROLET STYLING The axxesment of the eel Id Property depnit-d according to law l e sold
under the said. certificate Issued '
cor. erty """",'lh",1 therein, will I> Jrl I
: I : was in the name of T. J. Allertrmn. i lo the highest< bidder at : I cliiv Ini
( |I hones door on the first !\ i 1 sEt
miens said certificate .shall be redeemed |
4 'the month November: 9VI
Sj ,
according' I i to Ill"'. the propelty Is. the let day ..November: : I \ : :; ) "' '

Ifi: THE CAR OF LOW PRICE THAT BRINGS YOU THE NEWEST, MOST the described highest, thereinlll bidder at the be e..ur'l soldto i ihouxe I 1917'1>111",1, this 29th day of I| ( :

: s..oltl-powerful-poeio door on the first Monday Inthe (OFFICIAL !SK\L; : ) I;I !
1 PERFECTED month of December 1U7!. which A J, THOMAS. i P ,fI
MODERN, MOST UP-TO-DATE MOTORING ADVANTAGES ""v. Hi* tof brakM In the tllh clay of ecemhr. 1'J17.Hated I Clerk of Circuit cl.

HYDRAULICBRAKES: for modem trov.l i I 1917.OFFICIAL. thin. llth day of October Bradford' County, I I
I 0-1-5t'I(0-29!' -

: rt : Chevrolet cordially invited you to visit your giving nK.,lmum. motoring ( A. ,J SEAM, THOMAS' I : : ; ; '

nearest Chevrolet dealer and inspect the finest protection. 'lerk of Circuit County Court, FlorIda.1O.15.5tll13 ofBradford NOTICK FOH October TIIK 4 4th.'14 19. I :i rmt
:H'r"'IlUA: IV : &

; motor car Chevrolet has ever produced-the 'ItKFL'UK''tAnlo'Olln<: COI'NTIES: \ AS" ; ; ; '*d ':day f

4 new Chevrolet for 1938-the car that is complete. :\MITK FOR: Of'I"X APFMCATIONXfnnte IEFf: I'nder authority of thou ap.l

4 To and drive this i ito i. .. ( Rill '\o. KKIINOTIC13 Chapter. 13U44 Laws of "' iHiuta
r nee smart dashing car cwme, snocapeoc, 1 IS'1 1IKKEBV 11.. VEN. Thot of 19Z'I.' notice Is hereby ", bra..''
F. -.- (TnIN.) Lucille C. KdwarrlM, holder of 1-3 ..f on and after November In
!t !know II be ahead u'ith a Chevrolet to GENUINEKNEEACTION
;you I Tax Certificate No. 274. Ixxued the for a period of five years, a t' j'
::41 I. 1111 II So Kif*-to comtortabhtM ; :
,- 6th lay of August A. D. 19J8 him area In I'nlon and
it in all because *
F 4 own to save money ways different t t "*. filed xame In my office and has tie will I be cloxed as a game ) .
made application) for n tax deed to The boundary, I line I d.. ioe'"
gain in 1938 as for 27 years, the Chevrolet < e,0; wcrid'sfin.st. ." l>e. issued thereon. Said. certificate this area Is as follows: iii")>,

embraces. the follow lag ".....rrlh.'aI'r..ry Beglnnlnir at the 'II'
--t ""
x trade-mark is the ::4
symbol of sating (:r In the County of Bradford ner fOf Section 9, ,. or
o (tWIT,. CAKTV Stall /State of "Florida to-wlt: "$South, ItuiiKe 22 East In
I CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION All AIOUNO) Non h-hltlf of Southeast Quarterf.f ford County' ; thence .. prop
C MT.| MMOT Sfht Cvpverim v '- Southwest Quarter Section 33Townvhlp North II.MO feet ; thence l i. ,IV
DETROIT MICHIGAN AILSIIENTALL larger Interlon-tighter, 6 "South Flange 22 1.320 feet; thence North, : I\'
t Knxt, contaInIng 20 Acres, morenr feet Ih..l1e.I.H'
J ; 10,560
colon and Unl-
G._ ._t MMM ltMllmU "'-- --.nrUy perMM ( "A brighter lentt. thence South, 1.320 feet : M re-
..nut tut ftm*. A Cnura! M..,. tttu* STEEL BODIES hMl. ccmlnictlon, making The axxernment of the said property West 2.H40 feet; thence; 1 pr. .i
; ..dibedyoortr..o under. the xald. certificate Issued West :i.5JO feet ; thence i: r :: I \ J"I.
V .t.. ; wax In the name of O. C. !Sweat.Unlexn 1.7(10 feet;; thence, Wext. ( '0' "
.ofety.Giving. xald certificate shall be redeemed feet ; thence South 3,980 l lii>1) '
I ;;L--' __1 : : aec<,rclng to. law the property thence Vest 1.320 feet; "'J.j h
""* ""'' dextrlhed Ih..r.ln111 be soldto .
4 JJ"jiilil* 'T' I Tl South 1ll'l: : ( feet; thence
the hlRhfxt bidder. at the court -
3.62)1 feet' 10 County' Line, ; "
_ 4 Hi. moil efficient hoiixe dour,. on the fh..t1""lay. In to New Hlter the ,' .. :i
the month .r Hecember 1M17.
tween the Iwo counties;
i ,- -. .4 VALVEINHEADENGINE combination. of pew.r,' which Is. the 8th day. of Jjecember 1,76(1( feel In L'nlon (' ; 1 ,'
.e point Is I the Southeast
1 : economy and depend I Hated, t thin I llth I d.ty of ''''tob..r.19a7 of the, Sniilhwext quarter ]

ability.I4.fi I Northwest. cnmrier, of Sect __
.. I (OFFICIAL SEAL) In ('tub,,, find Bradford (..... ;
1 4 *, .a, 1IIL. A. .1. T'ICI' I.\i'I. thence rtinnlnK; I north, I, I '
4 ; -I-Iv ;
t <'lellf of Circuit Court nf
I thence :
Vest 2,640 feet ; ;
v._ It' .-L'iM' in-l.l-Dl-ll-U Bradford County Florida. :North .1.9X0 feet ; thence '" r 'II
-I I 1I20:\ ) feet! 'tll-nco, North : l: : !! 2
_ : -_ _' prelection feet; IhenceVext 1,320 ; I .;
Giving ogolastti N OTIF3Notice ,
i I IWext I ii
thence North' 2.1140' feet :
FISHER draffti, tmcke, whidihleldclouding : In h.-rt,bv Klven that on the I 8\.lino) feet. ; \ ,
I 1.1th' lav of November A. I> 103i. l 1 .
1.35O) feet I
and Ctlturlngeach will file myouchern, and final ncfount | ; thence Wext ,
.. feet; thence South. 8.600\ ;
ti i', with th Honorable. R. i K. Verrynian. -
I ;
panenger 'Individually I Ihence (Cunt I 1,320 feet ; I
County Judire Bradford
It \' 1 South' ,, 2,640 feet; thence I \
controlled ventilation. t County,* Florida. a i.l petition I I th, i 2.64O feet ; thence 1 South' I '
"urt to be illxcharRred as AdminiI -
L I II tol' of I Hit. Mxtate: ol I 'av iii II. No- feet,; thence Ka't: 2.640 ; ,I ,!:II ; { ; : i
rt thencu South feet ;
II / $ ? t 'OH M>S7T. Of LUXC Ion ileieiixed.N. 2,640 ; t.1
l :: I0a.l 12O feel thence" !' ; ,
] 1 MODeLS ONLY I H Wnniwrlifht, ,. Administrator.
: t ri' 10-15-41-11-5 l.JJii' feet, thence* Vest : .
1ll..J' I feet: then South .I'NO i ;
I thctice. Southeaxt 3.Him f.. : I
Stark' Flu, September, :10) 19.17neport County Lute; also to :New I.
f '! of the Clerk rf the Circuit I the dl\lxlon, line .. ".
; I Court% In nnd for Bradford County twc, iintlex.; thence &. i ,
-k : ; I Florida uti account of taxes to u kiolnt 410 feet Wext /
: jiAkeoai1 assess- Southwext
Corner of the I
.cl for the 2938.
[ y I year .vest quarter of the ,' !
C. A. K\'IlHIT: !
:9 "' ,
: 1936 Tax Collector. ua: r .f Section 27 In I i I
uuntr ProperTo ord ('nuIt)', thence, I
n.llance due -.. 2,712.52 Kn :il.HNil. ( feet: thence I
; fly amount collected .-- __ feet, thence
To unionIu&. -." .. 1,568.10Fine I North 7.1120! ; I ;
helucVest I
A Forffeltur. 1,320 feet ; '|
To Balance ,ItI 1.01731)' North: 2.641'< feet; thence
TH CAKTHAT/S : t= VROLET Tly mount collected I -_ ::116,76 I' 17,111(1; feet to the
To LJalanee. due __ 700.55' (coiner of Section 9 In (
('"..nt, heal Hud BrIdge or from whence ,
To' Balance due ___ __ ..1.391,04T began.Ttirxunnt. l
To Balance due _- 2335.17: Section 7 above referred ___-
(',.nnt' Mehool CienemlTo taking hiintlnir imrxulng,
Balanie due a,402 tit issuing "f game upon I ] I
'liE Hy ..n..ntcoll.'le" 114 US' will lie unlnwful' and the .
,, To Balance due _. __ 2.2676'1''of guns or other devices for
V\ ( nvintr Poll Ing of "'l1n,. upon these ; ; IOU
SYMBOL ai: To Balance due .. 1.150(1Ky ( be unlawful and It (.h,1It., \ .. Q;
; collected 'rill for l (
nmvunt 4tt nil) anyone to cause or !
To Bnlance due -_._ 6600',IOIH 10 enter upon this '"" nit-
: ? 'r.t.1 l ".h-.h.ol llnHUrTo I N. I lENXEp'j. !
: i Balance due ?_. 2.389C6 Kxecutlve Secretary
ft .' amount collected 68 05 'ConimlHlson I ut Game an,1 f 1'E!
._ Water ',.
To Balance due 2.303.61 .h,
Tittnl Pnlt'iteliool Bonited Approved l : ncr
Tn Balance ,Iue 2,64833 I FHKI: H roNE : > f .

c Torode Chevrolet Co. To By amount Balance collected A..I""It..1 due ----?--- 2,410.65 111.7 (10162tl:2"lovernt.r. \ .,f Florida. : I."

To Balance. dim __.. jill R5 kO'fttH '
Starke Florida Fly nmoirnt rr>ll.cted B2 II Notice Is hereby rives. ;
To llukince due ._ 114.71.whom It !
maj concer that I, .

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OCTOBEIi; 15. 1937ClItllCH
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'DIRECTORYBAPTIST [' Yes, she said equably, this was her sardines." That: was' because Ma- I \\ IIITK COONS BItES shown only by Mayberry during

t111 r CIICRCH THE&RIDE first visit to Terrcnto In many rla had never tasted vintage wines ST PETERSBURG Raccoon the past two seasons. A crowd of

gel, i..".Un "\. Shepherd" Pastor, years The last time had been at and danced to a wonderful orchestra furs to mitch the hair of platinum around 5000 turned out despite

Sunday School 10 o clock a. m., the age of five when" she had come with a handsome and elegant blondes Is now a possibility threatening weather and before the

I. Supt. I WORE with her father and Count Armalia. gentleman who kissed one's hand
A. J. Tliomiw. through/ the successful. breeding/ of game was over received the
Morning Worship 11 a. m. I it Surprise, Excited questions. ,oo.l night. "Marln." she slid u distinct strain of white coons at drenching that was predicted. Gov-

B y p U. meets at 6:30: p. m. Pill! they have mutual! friends in :'ensi-ly. "I'll never go buck to theordl.l..rl1 the St. Petersburg alligator farm ernor Fred P. Cone and UnitedStates
7:30.: ldr Trieste The Relnhardts The Kill- Bal." I
Evening Worship, warm mar TUt and coo. The strain comes from a Senator Claude
S, S, Teachers Meeting WednesdaY ( In i Ranur (7 it Aa tiSYNOPSIS mans, ? No Annl was sorry but Hp- "Annl have you gone crazy ?" ( female albino captured near Plant the list of dignitaries.Pepperheaded
patently they did not. Math stared her astonishment.Then .
| 6:43 m and male obtained
,, : p. City a yellow ...
I )iid-wcek Prayer service Wed- : ,Annl u singer" In I it like the bull frogs In the pondat Through it alt she was aware of her lip curled cynically. "So ); from ROMS Allen of Silver Springs. -

nrsdKY i'30 pyIETUODIST. waterfront. cafe In Trieste, InIn the back of the hotel. After a their eyes. Rudl's and 1 the Admir I that's it. I knew that would ', Allen started in January 1035 to The dull red tint of the Red Sea:
al's admiring;, Maddelena' sweetly come." arises from millions of microscopic
fashionable breed from
Tcrrento. ixmlnRUH while you don even notice them." yellow coons a yellow
CHURCH u vvoiuuii of men" us. Her ndut "But I want to notice It. I like friendly and the Contessa's, "Why shouldn't I sLay as I am ? female purchased from J. H. Pad- plants called algae. .
Fisher Pastor \
,\. ,
lIen' "f urn In only for two week. the music." barely veiling her antagonism. Annl demanded hotly. "On top gett at St. Cloud and a yellow

Sunday School-10 a. m. unit IH. the result of the wealthy\ "You like it at first. Then It Rudi hud asked Maddelena to with these clothes these people, mate caught In a trap by William j

Murnlng! Worship-11 a. m. Count Armalia'it whim who hits becomes stupid and naive and, obvious I dance and she had pleaded fatigue. this life ? Am I any different from I Plnckney a colored man of Lowell Still Coughing?
6:45 "
Epworth League- : p. m. u theory that chance alone like the peasants them- "Yes. thank you Ann! said as he them Do I look do I act any different In Marion County. Both were proclaimed -
Evening: \\'orshlp-7:30: p. m. makes, turned I to her and they glided. to No matter how many medicines \
at i people what they are selves. I ? freaks. Allen predicted at you have tried for your cough chest
Wednesday the
meeting: dance
prayer Anal has. met (iuilio, the \Illume "Soggy black bread and wet 1 floor Maria. looked at her sadly. "No the time that the breeding of pine 'I' cold, or bronchial Irritation you can I
7,30 p. "l. postman and is Rudi looked down tit her andasked white remote get relief now with Creomulslon.
I Involuntarilydrawn grass He shook his head "It's Annl but ar#. coons was u possi
invited to all these servIceS Serious trouble be brewing and
voice may
are oddly
husky. "Any
you to him but us. they ronerwi fashionable I know to think that I "I'm not. I'll prove it to you I'm bility. The last litter born at the you cannot afford to take a chance

\ In the moonlight Rudi Pal the simple and humble things in particular" reason why you're not. I don't know how or when I St. Petersburg zoo were all with any remedy less potent than

jtimewood, Baptist Church Interrupt. them At dinner that life are bent. They're nothing of alone ? but I'll prove It to you. I'll prove It "blondes." Creomulslon. which goes right to ]

gay, L. O. Hemingway, Pastors evening Annl had recelied" u note the kind. In my opinion, most peo I "Yes. I want" to be." to them." i -- ..' the seat to soothe of the and trouble heal and the inflamed aids nature (1':\

Services every Sunday. Bible from him which she hud destroyed ple prefer sardines to caviar simply "Too bud. She flew to the window and gazed -, ,ri.<>iii: >.v DOWNS SKWANNKK': I mucous membranes and to loosen

Study 10.15: a. m. Services at 3:30 ( unread. She Is uiumure because most people have never -I "What Is ?" long and silently the distant (1AINFSVILLR: : Kd: Manning and expel the germ-laden phlegm.

clock! in afternoon. that llndl IH a friend. of the tasted caviar.' I "You'ie, not going to have what mountain peaks. How proud they Mole the great Walter Ma;>'berry'a don't Even bet if discouraged other remedies try have Creomulslon. failed-

I IItr" ('ou nfs.. She had heard him out In silence. you want from now on." A slight I were, how lofty. And so could.. she i thunder here Saturday afternoon Your druggist is authorized to

BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Now she quivered a little an the pressure about her waist. "You're I be proud and secure lf--and now j us Florida defeated Sewnnnee 21 refund your money if you are not

L. A. Donnley, Pastor ('huI.r! Four force of conflicting emotions: battled I I not going U be alone from now she dared to tell it to herself If'' to 0 In a Southeastern Conference thoroughly satisfied with the benefits

Service every first Sunday. ] within her. GuillRUlli\ Two 1 on. I i alto were the wife or Rudi Pal. Ills football engagement Manning obtained from the very first
!! bottle. Creomulslon is one word-not
Sunday School, 2:30: p. m. Unobtrusively Annl withdrew different. Yes, yea, just u short I It was on the tip of her tongue fo.tlun'ould. : be hers It was threw a pass! for one counter, made two and it has no hyphen In it.

Bible Study and Prayer Services her fingers from Guilio! s. She time t ,<, the moonlight and u postman 1 to make u caustic reply'! reminding time that she needed, And she had a Ml-y.irU tom that I led I to another Ask for It plainly see that the nameon

even Saturday night. I watched a twinkling and thought oath crjstal-clear eyes had ','him of obligntlimH, of his fiancee only two weeks. and in general displayed (t brandof you'll the get bottle the genuine is Creomulslon.product and and

how unimportant human beings mtsrnerlztd her senses. But that Hut her throat seemed to be closed, offensive
st. \III'II: Episcopal Church { play that has born the relief you want. (Adv.)
and Sermon onl i must seem when viewed from the had been Annl the girl from i I shutting off words. She danced ----- _._ -- -. I
Morning second and prayer fourth Sundays atI I II heavens,, Trieste. And she was Anne Vivaldi! iin>l soon It'a as If she really (Annl 'Iris Net her"elf u II'Jrlnl:'
the Hut she hiss overlooked
who wanted caviar und nil the were alone with him. The music rmirv. <
Holy Communion Saints "Good! night Signorina, Uuilio I
11 I a. m.
tiiillio.; Ciin .she forget liini nnilKite
things of Rudl's woild. was shimmering':, frothy foam on UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO.
pays at 10 a. m. Litany and choir "said and she- heard his feet retreating :
her l Imo" to Kudl Seenrt
practice every Friday night at 7:30: j swiftly over the gra". "I think you're right, Signor they floated together. .
The hotel Meek'rt thrilling <'lui' 'I.tl"r.) '. :
I. McCAIti President
( :
pm. i ihrlstlan The tumult' that had been momen- Pal", she said slowly! was silently quiet with ,
I tarily in her heart for the postman .' Ho held out his aim. ".. veryone 'slumber' as she entered her room ':

( Church | died leaving her with the calls me, Rudi and the music has again a while later Maria, flopped INDUSTRIAL LIFE INSURANCE :

Services at the Christian Church emptiness of regie t. started for dancing. Please-." into a comfortable chair and amok- Sentinels

every Sunday morning and evening I Hiidi's dark eyes were fixed on Her chit! went up and her eyes I ling n. cigarette was wailing up for ,IACKSONII.I.K' :, n.OUKA J

at; eleven and seven o'clock respec- her pleadingly. "I have come to '''I'arkleo.As\ they moved through then"I'm I of Health
so tired the woman moan
lively.. led I j good-mturedly. "But It's still Don't Neglect Them I R. H. Geiger G. L. Sapp

Nature dnlgnMl th* fcln. to da
y L
KiiiRsley. Luke. Haptlttt Church\ ; better than carrying half the merchant ITmrvvUua job. Their lull !I. !. kMp hflowlni + t"pr""f'lIll1lh: t' Kepreentntl\. .
rA/i t a marine around feet blood Mmm frw of .n..ew oltola
Pastor a on
Rev Ivan Bohunnan a She danced and noon it u> Preaching services every fourth ? ., rr u if the really were alone [ "4 all night "../- !. .eoriBtBntty produ..in| wutrniltn t

Sunday 10:30: o'clock A. II. with him. Annl'a eyes were like stars and the blood th K kidnryi good: hmllh mint I I':muv to cndur. from. .,
+ I| she seemed us far away "Maria, Wh.nI th* kldntyi fall to unction( u
Nalur I Intwirtnl. Char* la rruntlon oiwMt
I.UB.U: > : ('H(1111The It's wonderful to live like this that may ra.... hndy-wfda dla, '
Listen to how quiet It Is." She f tr.ia. On* suitor nacflng' backarhpnM ., KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME
I Ir
It.. ,. Ci. F. C'lltihuw, Pastor j .nt. .*.attack of dkaalnaaa,
could barely speak. "It would, be I ,
( ttln ntfhta/ awalllni, pufflno
Sunday School 0:43: a. m. tl. B. I II[I nice to live like this forever" I worn undar out..thP. *-fart tlrad, nwvoua, ad

Arwooil.! Supt. t. I I I "The best thing that could: happen rmiuunt, aeanty or burin' paaataatrnay MKS. U C. :Mi-CAISK:, Lady AttetiJant:
Morning Worship 11 a. m. ha further avldnnoa I ol kldn.y of
Js to you. Maybe I could get you bl. d.' diaturbanra.Tha .
B. Y P U meets at 6:45: p. m. a Job like' mine." | ; r.ognlt.d.nd: : propar tnatmanl \
la ,dlurrtlo medicine to h.lp lha.klrin lumh
yly 43 \\. ( :St. St. George St.
Evening Worship 7:30: p. m. ; "Like yours ?" Anni'slaugh was "t rid of .._ polaonoua' body .... .
V.. lJoo..-. PI'''. Th.... h.v. had mora
wek Service Wed- metallic. "No: Marla like
Mul Prayer axe not than
forty of .
a hl'I,1) yaara public approval.: Ara ,\( "...ON\ILLEFi.A.: AI'tlt'STI.Ni:, 1'LA.IMionn .
mwl.iy 7:30: p. m. yours, thank you. !She; was on I and ra' d tna country ovar. Inafat M
Sold at all drug atorra.
Choir Practice. Friday, 7:30::: p. m. feet talking feveiishly.: "You're'happy
to ave. yw with your silly trees and I'hllllll ;J.I.I1t 37
mountains and your stupid nights 1

with the moon and wet grass and ,

[BOB JONES - -- --- ,.I ,

('omments On Here

And Hereafter !

This is being dictated: in my of- -7t.: ; /, t S.- .

f.i t tern< II'1 0!Cle\. Yesterday.eland, Tennessee was the,open-Scp- I :. :_ to It's about" that the brightly lit salons she felt anew : :+' ; <,;i' Jt15'sq(? :; tN ,",, ,<- 'i..w: }:,. i .;.. ;. ............-.y:, -- .. .,: ..... ....< ::;:: :;
apologize you. .
irg day of the 193i-38 college year. ] note. It good friend nsHiiiance, vague kind of 1 ; ". '" "J I t. '. "-"- ; ...'..' ... --"." .-;- .... i1
| very :
my !I r'r! :
Sit: nts are enrolled from practl- the rtthed Admiral Monti, who purpose that showcxl itself in the ,

r.: ,very state In the Union and ; ;ent It to you. lIe Imagined he very set of her head. What her 1 t. ijn.; j \ : 1 (! j : .
| [ JJ" ] '
rum .several foreign countiles. '. knew you from somewhere." i i goal w aa. she neither knew nor IT7''i- ] [p' JLd1]

Last night/ according to our ann I In quick terror Annl demanded, cured. at the moment. It sufficed: i j ) ..uj"\ ( ; !

:ustom list Ie services.I conducted Therewel'e specialc 'From He said where hastily?" "Please don't ctitl'nes that!'! there! faintly was one indicated, its! glimmering; I' \ :

who def-
tltwo. young; people I ;'lIveit a thought. The Admiral has They lint 1 reached the table at

II \Iv surrendered their lives to ill the impetuousness of a middle- which cat the Admiral Mor.ti and r :'.'.' 'C
J,'I. ('hll t and are this day writi' .
aged nnn with nothing to lose. Do the two \\omen that Annl hailicticcd "
,' ir records on a new, clean : f..o ..
I I understand that all of i I coy you understand 'i r.efote. i iC.ayly ';,: :'..'. .."""' ..N.......".. .

tl, u-lents who were not professing !I Anni's stare was long and Rudi addressed them j c. ';.. ,.., '. .:,' -_. t j
,stouts took a definite stand 'Jteady.I "The Infantry his succeeded, where [ .>;''.. ." I II
his the failed! She is ours!" I
"Tell the Admiral I accept Navy !
(for The '. : ;
nis Christ last night. : .
apology she said coldly. "And Ann! had a second of delicious | :. <
U that happened list nightPI .
3 that of our religious I' thnrk you for bringing it." Dehbi anticipation and then as Rudi ,",,' : ,,.;.,. .. i
many orately she turned her back and yoke n .,nin: the Hoot- rocked beneath .,' 'V'' .......
:"' ..
I Ii "is are mistaken when they ? ....... f
e"'V that] young people do not want !i ?ave her attention to the silvery her."tstpnonna, .' ., .' c'
lawn. Vivaldi, my I present ..'rt.- .,..
the old time will
I'ellglon.Ve ,
i j "I-. uli-was also to invite you the Contend. dl Melna and the '... '.
blood .
natch the brain personality, | r '. -,, "' "
to hive liqut-r." :,huI Signorlna Mintl! my fiancee ( ;'
and students to join u", a .
family standing of the '. ;
In thr Chapel last evening against I I It i was silent. -Plefje: Jo.n't to an- I-'uncee.: Bitter liugliler rose' L ,fo' I It
I I -. We're pleasant checled.) ,''' ,. ..
re..Iy'ery and
t tat: of any other educational Instlt'tl jr to her tluout was ---- .,. .... .".
t !, a in America. Our boys and ,j people." Ah, but she might have known. It r" '

giln accept the Gospel and re- She traced a pattern on the tailing was Ju.-t: such fragile, sheltered .

.,and' to It. '! und said wistfully "They'recaving young women that the Rudi! Pals .. :

i : a picnic tonight"He host: f( r their wives. She was
bowed. "My name Is Ru- weak with disappointment. Then

Theiej a conspiracy In this na- -At that she faced him. Sure of she grew aware of the Con tessa. i'i'I
ton to "wall off" people
young .
herself now. She was handlinghim There was' actual dislike, in the
Ion the I orthodox
evangelical, lightly. His persistencevia: woman's glsince. This brought her

C' )81"1| t message There modernist the telling result. "But I don't up, gave her courage. Intuitively I Ihi. yptaaw Y ,i

Cinnniratota sneer at the old I know you. I'm not accustomed .- knew that' the Contessa was
ante: religion.! In the classroomsof
'o sitting at strange tables on com on the defensive for her friend
many of our universities and t
she lf'I.
mand. Maddelena. Evidently: cun
lolli-Kcn) : some half-baked Ph. D'I 'olph Pal and ple-se believe me it erect. Annl a dangerously atti active
\kith; "
'a moer on his face says, I wis an invitation, not a corn woman.
You 0 not believe that do.you I
mand. Roll wavtJ to the Admiral.
din Know anybody with any In-
' "''genre Ideal She liked the clipped\ cultured There was a mischievous !gleam in u
accepted those old
his his "And Admiral Muntl ofcourse It
' re'luion.! These Collets teach- accents of his voice easy gal- f'ye. '
An attractive fellow, she you know intimately,
e seni: |<-u\or to embarrass the Jantry. ........
dmlttel to herself. The disarming ,nit viemed to rise in suture nshe .sous rwraaa r. ever Tana ruNeS

young't.y ti< hold men<<| on and to young God and women the faith who grin, for Instance. It could set alrl's saw the man's perturbation."My Admiral. THE MOST BEAUTIFUL

01 thor mothers and fathers. To ;;; heart to fluttering. memory's terribly" poor THING ON WHEELS
"At least we know each others'namEs. Forgive me. -
"iy 'f you young people who may h'ln'I.1 I I"Why
murmured. There He bent and kissed her

Cltmn.t read chile>!S'e I these I would|do expert not lines be claim and classed!let I to me do be as say not an a scho-edu-supf that- I came music muted.again the she sound harmony and piercing of was the throughthe peasant Guilio's duffer low\ wonderfully should like" !me you Slgnorlna remember well you an But are old.l A r tJlHT44UI$ THIN 4111i !

',"r., t do know flute carrying the melody Into thelight looking.
* something about the Her fingers curled Into her Seated at their table, Annl skillfully

' fW. In my evangelistic ; "It's lovely." \ fenced! with them as their I""ATH1IR" : your family together and go to see the fineR light that ever
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F- | 1"Cl'anJn:1"' : ftl l'\ryl STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS at *p.m., .S.r.-' p.m.. C.S.T.-7 p.m., M.S.T.-I p.m.. P.S.T. TUNS INI
( ." "n. 1 It I I. Grange; County'sene'lebratei t tI
t.. -: I her 103rd,, \\'.\*.HIND-POLInINUW.\.IYG-GItE.\;

k and| anrounced that hard Road Service :
the Call 60 For I Motor Go.Corner
e reason fir her: !Imgr ;-
tie three chiUren, tea t Payment flan On Tires and Batteries" t
Chllt1't'n.l nine great-gc:nd- AGENT
children' "' and aPe great-grentIr'ac [ I I_\'V CO.VWAY, FLORIDA MOTOR LINES t I \ cc Madison! STAKE FLA.IfiiDl .
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AGE EIOII BRADFORD COUNTY,TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA __." .. ... _gnro.\r.- Oc"rolF.1t\ la 1931
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i-Bradford' unty GIN NEARS New Express Agent
100-BALE MARK E. Z. Johnson,, express agent
here for the past three years, has
Established 1877 2000O POUNDS OF SEED JIAVR; been transferred torTituavllle\ and

;, ..N.Ew'BER.vfFLO I=:=C=rJl BEEN EXTRACTED TO his place here will be taken by I!:.
DATE J, Wehle, formerly depot express
n\PRESS ASSOCIATIONS,\ agent< In Tampa. Mr. Wehle Und OHNS
The local Sea Island cotton gin his family will live In Starke .and
V )
__ -3otxoc td 2Loud4- \ owned and operated by the Bradford at the present time "nre- lookingfor
1' County Cotton Gin Association a house." he enld He has been

Frida and Entered as Second Class has ginned ninety-five 400- with the.expreap ciwnpany for seventeen -
s .
Published" Weekly )
: '
pound bales of cotton up to yesterday yearsr <' Free Phone NRVlls.u
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. learned from .
afternoon, it was .. -- n-. & SON
..-- -- M. P. Matheny, gin operator. "Andwe STEAL ('01'1'1' SHELLSJACKSONVILUK I 45
L. Matthews.- ____________ __________Editor and Owner hare enough cotton on hand to --A bold rob- Delivery 'h M'G1 I
finish out 100 bales," said Mr. ber smashed a window Sn an am-
SUBSCRIPTION KATE Mittheny, "I believe we can makeit munition ahed under the windowsof -
to hundred and a quarter, be- here and SALT "
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-payable in Advance fore we're through," he added. made police off with headquarters 3,000 rounds of pistol MATCHES 3 Boxes 1 lOc MEM101bs.25c

Advertising Rates on Application The plant Is operating: full time ammunition. Capt. Sherman ___
< although only one of the gins Is Cannon reported. 8KLF-HISING!
' -- -- DEMOCKACIES'COULD END WAR running, because! the two walrus .-
BIG hide rollers used on one of the gins SHAKES OCT CASH RICE 5 Lbs. 18c FLOUR 24-lbs.
President Roosevelt's recent speech on world affairs met : are worn out. If volume demands, BROOKSV1LLE Sheriff Neil ,

wide-spread approval than any I the worn rollers will be replaced Law said he shook a 15yearoldgypsy fT
Instantaneous and SALAD DRESSING OK ,
more (
bait- soon, otherwise operations may be boy until he coughed up $83 ,
his perpetual lb. 25c
Even Beans 4
statement of his for many months. least who carried on with one gin until next In paper money he had swallowed. : Babv Lima RELISH
ers (the all-wise columnists who know it all-at I season The sheriff said the money was the tge

: think they do) eked out a few grudging' words of praise for Cotton quality was described as property of Horace Tucker of Pas- NO7 2 CANS -STANDAUDPACK SWEET
fair and to date approximately ten co County. The gypsy party of
the President. tons ((20,000 pounds) of seed have two men, two, women and fifteen i TOMATOES Can 6c
I This speech, delivered in a modulated tone of voice which been extracted from the 38,000 I I children were, turned over to Pasco l IQlbA 20cCOFFEE
I strikingly with the momentous words.he was uttering pounds of cotton produced. Seed I County authorities. MAXWELL HOUSE

.j't )a contrasted, was hailed as the most important international eventof per prices ton range while at lint an prices average still of hold$18 I I 289-GAME..VIOLATORS- Lb. 27c YORK APPLES. SIbs 15c

It greeted with almost I ,
many months. was to the twenty-four and twentyfivecent TALLAHASSEE There have

praise in this country by papers of all political affiliations. It maiks.: APopularity been 289: arrests made by conser- PURE GROUND COFFEE 2 Pounds 25C'ln'C'K

definite course in world affairs which this country vation officers of Florida for alleged -
chartered a
Contest violations of game and freshwater
" is apparently prepared to follow. His words denouncing dictatorships fish laws since the close of PILLSBl.

'. and proposing virtual quarantine for aggressively R.It Struth.was learned Scoutmaster today from of the Elmo local the hunting season, February 15, I STEAK Lb. l2V- FLOUR 20-lbs.

warring powers were direct, and like John Hancock's signa- boy scout troop, that the p T. 1P37, "as shown by records checked 89c
October 7, in the office of the
Declaration of Independence, could be understood A. and the Boy Scouts of America,
" ture on the Commission of Game and Fresh

I. without the use of "specs." Starke ularity Troop contest, will for sponsor Miss Bradfordof a pop- Water Fish at Tallahassee.. ROUND STEAK Lb. 19c STEW Lb. 12&

! Roosevelt's suggestion is as simple as it is well-consider- 1937, the winner to receive the )
I ed. lie said that it might be necessary to place a towering title and reign over the P. T. A.Hallowe'en JACKSONVILLE Charles M. S\\! IFT'S JEWEL FLKK POKKSAUSAGE

commercial wall around the nations that are responsible for The contest Carnival will run October until noon 29., Durrance 49, a prominent attor- LARD 4-lb. carton 45c Lb.
to and once a candidate for 30c
i today's war threats. Peaceful nations would refuse export October 29. Any girl may enter ney gov-
ernor, died last night of
would not import from them. and boys may enter girls for a pneu-
;\ to these countries, and they monia. He was born at Ft. Meade
{ Little by little, as supplies on hand dwindled the war-like Boxes twenty-five will be cents placed registration In the various fee. In Polk County, and graduatedfrom WHITE BACON Ib. 19c MILK 3 Tall 20c
lacking in the raw and finished Stetson .University at De-
r powers would find themselves stores and each box will have the
. :' materials that are essential to life both in peace and war. name of one girl placed on it. Each Land.from the He obtained University his of law Virginiaand degree TUXEDO FEEDS

Thus, faced with starvation, they would find themselves unable cent ing a deposited girl's name In the counts box one contain-vote. began practice in Jacksonville. QUALITY AT LOW COST

J. to follow up their dreams of conquest. The girl receiving the largest ROAD BILL.DISCOUNTTALLAHASSEEA.B. We Have a Complete LineOf Feeds For All Purposes

Although no names were mentioned by the President, it number of votes.Is winner Steuart

was obvious that he meant the three dictatorships: Japan, auditor, said the State Road Department C'lNCV

tt,: Italy, and Germany. Italy has conquered Ethiopia and Japan Truck Cuts Up is saving about $1,000 a : YELLOW CORN $$2.15

is attempting to achieve a similar victory in rich North Much excitement was occasioned -: month by discounting its current i MASH $2.60
Saturday afternoon on North bills. He said about $1,200,000 of I 7 PERCENT C. S.
I' China. Germany, through spokesman Hitler, makes no secret Walnut Street when a large truck past due bills\ have been set asideso so-so

of the fact that it regards colonial expansion as neces- belonging to Kenny Kite driven current operations could be con-

' 1 sary to its welfare. by two women, and coming weston ducted on a cash basis. Old obliga- SCRATCH $2.40 MEAL $1.50D
" Eighth: Street turned northon tions are being cleared liD "as rapidly -
If ; President Roosevelt's speech would not have created Walnut where they apparentlylost as possible," said Steuart. The PERCENT

I f, such a stir if it had come from the head of any other coun- control of the vehicle and! ruin- Road Department's total Income Is I FEED $2.10 BRAN $1.70We

':. try. But every indication of policy from the United States isJi ed two city light poles on the left about $9,500,000 annually from
side of the street. The truck then
rightfully regarded with awe. We are remote from all other crossed the street, entered the yardof Will Buy Your Eggs at 3c Below Jacksonville MarketGENTLEMEN
major powers. We are peacefully inclined. We are one of Misses Amelia and Olive Ray, OIL WELLS STRIKE SNAG

Ji, :l the two nations that are economically self-contained. We have plowed up the ground cut down a TAVARES_William G. Blanchard -
I large needed
: within our territorial borders the resources provide ) and finally came to a stop on here to place In receivership six
;.rr every necessity and most of the luxuries of modern life. the sidewalk directly In front of, companies which have been drilling I

:f if,l And, for the past few years: we have been the great question the new dwelling being constructed for oil in this section. Blanchard

mark in international affairs we have moved slowly, said' badly by :II.damaged F. Brown. The truck was I All named Southern the Laraba Investment corporation corporation the I WE GIVE YOU I THE-

very little, and have kept from participation in world events. i -_ -...--_-- the All Florida Land company ,

Jf 1 Roosevelt's( attitude, in brief, is that we could not escape)I II To Attend Rodeo the Peninsula: Exploration '
corporation, the Gulf
if it about and that Exploring MOST I MODERN CHASSIS IN THE WO i
from being involved in a major war came I The Bradford-Union Cattlemen's.tssoelatlon company: and the Seaboard Oil

\ve must, therefore cooperate to prevent war. He gave approval I through its secretary Development corporation. He said ,
to this country's cooperation with the League of Nations W S. Sibiey! and County Agent 'T.lcClane. the companies collected $500.000 I
I<. !\ Jr., this week called during the past two years. He asked ,
-which, significantly, is shunned by Germany, Italy and the attention of stockmen: in this for an accounting claiming he -
\ Japan. Out of this attitude has come the belief that in the area to the fact that a big barbe- held contracts with the companies

immediate future the world will be: divided into two camps- :ue and rodeo will be held at Kls- for a twenty per cent Interest in 1
Imrnee. October 27. return for his
' Wednesday services as engineer.
the democracies and the dictatorships. On the side of the
It Is being sponsored by the FlorIda "
"i democracies will be the only dictatorship that is economically Cattlemen's Association and 1O'I'r'I: OF AI'IM.ICITKO

the will include Non '4'tx IIs I:1/:
self-sufficient-Russia. program a display i
'It i i"rnntf dill/ 1,,, 'licit:
ot the best cattle in the KUsimmeeeotion.
fli.V.! ; That
' Authorities state that the strength of an alliance between Tickets will soon be avail I It. 1) HlokBH, IK.Ileiat I Tax I'eillfl-l I

,,: the democracies and Russia is impossible to exaggerate. From be at the county agent's office ate. A.No.t).12 1981., Issued:tan the flied 3 day Name: of In AunliBt. myofflre I I

6; either the economic or military standpoint, they are immensey and a meeting of the associationwill a tax deed and to has l.c. made Issued| application| thvrvon. Suiclrprtlfltat ,for''
be held In the court house Frl- .
: ) to the It is said that Japan, Italy .. *ml>raren the followliiicUi
; superior dictatorships. clay night at 7:30 o'clock to make >NiTll -d pti'iivrty 'In the fount v "e .
,it. and must import tremendous quantities of the basic for Hradrord. Same of Florida to-wit: _
Germany plans the trip Month Hair of Mouth-Wext Uu/ '''r- ,
{. commodities in order to exist. and that they must export their tlon toe of,22.Siinlh-KHMt Township Quarter/ A South.' $...-. I

: own specialties, such as silk, olive oil, and wine, in order to Gainey Is DirectorHomer Range* more 20" Kant or IUHM, containing 20arm I i

. : obtain foreign credits. They would be ruined if an agreement Gainey of Brooker will be The under anHeHHnirnt the said of cwrtlfUal the. Maid Issued I property i f
i Bradford County's director of the \vn" In the name" of Abram" Kelley.Unlviia .
t. between the democracies should close the world's markets to sail, rertiricnta. nhall be reidaemeil I NOW
North Florida Potato Society.
them. If they should choose to fight, every recognized mili- which organization held a meetIng ly d.. arc'ittcllniv..rlh..,! therein to 'law will the b..propel Hold, o' DISPLAY
to the h..t. l ON
, tary expert is certain that they would be doomed to quick and In Hastings last Friday morn- ... dour nn the bidder first at Monday the courthoiiM In '
It stated that the the month par December, 19:17.: which
ng. was purpose IUICK Showrooms
crushing defeat. The United States and England have the IH the dth day of Drcvmber. U31 I U I
; of the society Is to organizeall Dated thin 20 day of October, 1037.
greatest navies afloat, while Russia has the largest and best potato growers of North Florida (OFFICIAL 1'Ar.1) IvofywhoroNO
r equipped standing army in the world. The dictatorships have .nto an association that will act of (Circuit Court of

nothing to match these instruments of force. or the mutual benefit of the Industry -' 10-22-lt-II-19 Rra.lrord County, Florida.

as a whole.
Those close in touch with the pulse of world affairs say NOTICE than gasoline ever law to motorists before!

:c that the President's speech has already achieved results. Japan Drug Store Moves whom Notice It ,IK may hereby concern given that I.to Not all'a8app LESS than the engineer,you hove Matching this marvelous power, It tr
as Buardlan of Harold and
! has started' a campaign to justify in this country its war The Brown's Pharmacy located Muriel W. Happ mlnom. will on the30th stake in any truly basic advance equally incomparable ride.
j. in China. Mussolini is talking more softly that is his usual on Main and Walnut Streets here : Hon> day U.: 1C.of Feiryman.October 137 County\ apply to t in automotive design.
for' the past three years moved' at nil office In Starke .J"d."i Old-type leaf springs are replaced, viitb
;PI 1 ; habit. Hitler has even mentioned peace in favorable terms o'clock: A. M., for authority to veil For that reason will '
last' Saturday to Jacksonville. Mr you not lightly pass steel.
at private Dale the entire Interest of jarless coils of exin,
t once or'twice. And the League of Nations, given new strength \. A. Brown, whose husband owns the said minors In and to the following over the most important news-story of easy-
described lands In Bradford
,: by Mr. Roosevelt's stand, is in a far better position to be a other drug: store Interests In Jack- County, Florida, to-wlt I : SWy of he new-car season: the story of Buick No matter how the wheels may dip anJ

; major influence than at any time during the past five years, onvllle, will open a store near NWVi of of NE1-V Sec.i of 14.'and NKH of all Sec.that. IS portion ly. new DYNAFLASH ENGINE and TORQUE. curtsy you ride serene in everlasting
Cohen Brothers' In the Gateway lug on Northeast side of a Southern
a. -
11; and to revive some of its lost prestige. City, It was said.Attends. .* Pla. R R. track, all In Town- FREE SPRINGING. comfort unmatckfd anywhere fJjoJWhat
: chip 8. II. 20 Kant and containing6i
; Of course, there are a few alarmists in this country who acre, more or Ie.*. happens in this engine happens No other car in the world has these two
Which aald will be ba..dnpon
will shout that the President is rushing us headlong into another Meeting the petition petition now on file In the nowhere else in the world. features. Yet they are only leaders of

I} World War, but we cannot see it that way. The theory Purvis Mott, salesman for the said Court dated sapp'October Ouardlan.2nd. 1931.Nora Each fuel charge is into a host of others you can't afford to miss!
converted a tiny
Torode Chevrolet Company, attended 18-1-4t.IO.2J!
which the League of Nations was founded has always
upon the dealers meeting and fist-size hurricane and See your Buick dealer this week, for
appealed to us, but like almost everything else it would require -: luncheon at the WUhlnton ,- the
George spark that sets it off what he has to offer is truly the engineering
,I 100 percent cooperation among all the big nations of the Hotel In Jacksonville, Mondayof PENH releases more Performanct marvel of the new car season!
" world to make it effective. Without the support of the United nidsmobile dealers throughout
ilorUH. The Torode Chevrolet
1 States the League could do little more than make idle threats Company has the agency here. '

./!!! against" belligerent nations. But with the aid of this country, -......

the possibilities are unlimited. No: cocky little dictatorship Road 13 Job Let WJw&M/

would kick up much dust if it knew positively that the most The Duval Engineering and S..kl da.srfsrward"r.rrirrtbet

powerful nations In the world would instantly combine to Contracting Company of Jackson Nov S, SA L "------.-,.. ,...----.',- vows MONIV T OOIS rARTHH IN A OINItAL MOTORS GAI "''
ville has been awarded a contractfor
bring about the outlaw's downfall.One 4, band8Carpenter's
widening and reworking a lime-
authority sums the situation up as follows: A union rock base with surface treated

of the democracies is designed to achieve two ends. One, to pavement on four miles of Road 13 _. Drug Store REGISTER MOTOR CO.
between Starke and Lawtey. The < maintain peace. Second, if that fails, to make sure that the .
bid the lowest received, was for
ensuing war will be swift and ruinous to the dictatorships. 4983730. at your 3iaJVL DRUGrSlXJl t S. Walnut Street and Madison STARKE, FLORIDA

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