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: November 5, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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) 177__ _ -Subscription"':' For; Year, $1.:>0; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner
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BUS SYSTEM The Parent-Teacher" Association The Telegraph's sixtieth anniversary COURT DOCKETJury

Hallowe'en Carnival held last Friday party celebrated with a

was one of the largest and street dance here Saturday right,

\ Output most successful affairs of Its kind was a grand success viewed from
ToaSeaso1l's// -'wa Fails To Alake:100 List Announced
I__ ever xponsoted here. With an attendance any nngle. Several people. Including -

J.t 125 Bales of t Reduction Ordered I of several hundred perSons H K. Lagergren who hits !perhaps For Service Next!

from all parts of the the best for details
Cotton \f county memory i I
till State Week
I the receipts totalled $100, It was of any enrly settler here, sold that |,i
mild. the festivities were enjoyed by the I I i --

'EEl) PRICES JUMP; si : TO STOP It IT H ROUTES I The Carnival opened in the afternoon largest crowd they have ever seen "Ui.oon 1IROTI I ERS" TO

INT VALUE is SAME WHEN FUNDS ARE OUT I' at 2:30: o'clock and continued most mLl..d In Stit rice. {i HE TRIED IN ODD! CASK:

until the utieet dance was over
Dancing began: shortly seven
Full time ginning here comes to Late yesterday afternoon the at ten o'clock that night. Booths o'clock ami continued until olcven. Circuit Court will convene here

Cf| tomorrow and the gin will Hi'ail for(I County School board was pelting candy, drinks hot dogs and Sciu.iru dance music and modern | Monday, observing for the first 4'I

wrate only. on Fridays and Sat- I still closeted with a biggest heud- hamburgers, n booth sponsoi'c l by music followed each other in i tIn,<< a law passed by; the last leg- ,

Irilays thereafter was the an- tithe of the year--the transportation the Rotary Club selling chances on rapid succession HO that everyone Islijure,,, changing the time from

|,unc.'inent made yesterday Jr.1 by I problem.In novelties a pony riding ring anda might "trip the light/ fantastic" the first Monday In November to

ounty Agent T..K. McClane spite of an ultimatum from hit-the-heail-in-the-hole, with a according to his own particular the secondfon.lay.
lo ginning will be done except on the State Department of Education ball concession were all placed on taste I I Two Interesting cases promise to

use days and Mr. McClane statedat demanding an immediate cut the school grounds just In front of I I I break the monotony of a rather '

Friday; and Saturday, Novem- Look again folks for you may never see this rare combination of $1,300 the board decided Mon the school building and were The Telegraph's promise of a humdrum. ducket consisting mainlyof

Lr' 12 und 13 would possibly see again: Fred Cone, Governor of Florida, and Emily:: Post high priestessof day "10 continue all bus routes as brightly and gaily lighted by colored free ye.ir's subscription to the ten I I old cases continued from prevl-

t final shutdown of the gin un- etiquette. Governor Cone Is a dl -ln-the-wool Florida cracker who they were prior to the meeting with lights strung out in a long line oldest citizens brought out manyof I OUH terms. The Interesting story of
If he has ever lead Mrs. Post's "blue book of social the oldtlmeis several of whom,
l next season. With the cotton usage, probably the state representative: salaries Just above the booths. At eight the "blood brothers" Frank Matey
would not admit it. He says "ain't" and is proud of it. If Mrs. were well in their eighties
Post up
lason about over, not enough Is will also be the o'clock show and
ever said "ain't" It would [ same as they were a was presented in Leonard Zalutsky will come to
start a minor revolution
among several mil- There were so In fact that
ting received at the gin to war-' lion of her American women disciples. This strange combination of at that time. This plan will con- the school auditorium consisting of fifteen Instead of many ten light. Matey plead guilty at a '

,nt full time operation. personalities got together in the name of advertising to tell the world tinue as long as funds are available numbers by the Strawberry StringBand were given away before subscriptions could hearing here In August and Is already

| Up until yesterday. 125 400- about Flotida citrus fruits over a New York broadcasting station. and then all routes will be discontinued and various talented students say "Jack Robinson." you The following serving out a ten.year sentence -

,,,n.< bales of cotton have been ," of the school. for firing at a guard while
I were the lucky old folks: ,
limed; i by the cooperative since it Since this meeting, however, The street dunce was held on '; aiding Ziilutsky to escape from the '
Austin Mia. Nellie Allen
,icncd and ginned the first balerS DINNER HERE GUN CLUBPlans Supt. A. J. Griffin and J. H. Moore Washington Avenue, the wide cement (':State Prison Farm, lie Htlll ha
I H. Crutchfield, C. II. Jenkins. W. J. I
R. Johns on Labor Day, Sep- chairman of the betrd conferredwith street running east and west I two other charges against him
Johns, Mrs. M. V, ,Johns Sim
Imbor 6 The first goal set by the State Supeilntendent Colin between Walnut and Temple Kel-I| however Zalutsky Is scheduled to
ly W. J. Nettles, A. Sullivan, |'
edition was 250 bales but when I By Young Democrats Armistice English in Tallahassee, who told Streets Immediately north of the est Thornquest, Mrs. Sallie Tyson be tried at this term of court on a

',i heavy rains of September and them "politely but irmly" that if school block. The street was all charge of assault with intent to
of Stnrke! Mrs. Annie E. Ward
Lrly October cut the crop twenty costs were not cut In this county blocked off and round and square commit murder.,
Graham. Mrs. R. F. Meriltt, Lake )
frcent, and competition from oth- I TUESDAY ALL DAY SHOOT and the state department had to dances were sold,to I he public. The Butler, Mrs R. M. Prevail! As told at the preliminary hear .

r glr.s grew, stiff, 100 bales was send a man here ag .In the department excellent square dance music was and T. B. Trlest TheresHii ing here In August the story of the
JmsiJered a probable mark. When "might be forced to take over fuinished by the Strawberry LawteY'1 "blood brothers" started many

e one hundi'ed and twenty-fifth FULLER WARREN I'RINCI- TURKEY CONTESTS IN transportation management In String Band while music for round Much of the success of yours ago when aa boys they were

lie rolled! out yesterday, it meantat PAL SPEAKER; ; DANC )IOnXI (; A N I) Bradford County." It was follow dancing was supplied by a public Is credited to The Strawberty1 I serving terms In an Ohio reform

| approximately twenly-five AFTERWARD AFTERNOON ing this warning by the state superintendent address syctem. Power for light- String Band an already famuusi' /jHchool. They pilcked their anna

n8 of lint had passed through the that yesterday's meeting ing and operating the amplifier organization of high school students \ -I until the blood ran then rubbed

tchlneiy and that sixty-two and Fuller Warren well-known law- The Starke Gun Club will sponsor : was called. was generously contributed by the managed by Doc Wainwrlght || them together, mixing the blood,

half tons of seed had been cx- yer-orator and former member of an all-day sheet and turkey Mr. English told the Bradford I| city' as was the lighting on the of Lawtey. They furnished lht'l the' and took an oath to "stick by each

acted. Seed:; prices took an un-'I I the legislature and Jacksonvillecity shoot at its field here on Armistice officials that transportation costs i I school grounds also old-time music that tickled other" If either should later findI

tpecteil jump of $1 per ton to $19 council, will spelk here Tues- Day VV. P. Smith, president of the In Escambia a county he termed : Miss Juanlta Dniefoot, llllgl.tl"r wovnJ UH'.H of the squat dancers and they I himself In trouble. It wan for thla

the markets In Valdosta this lay night November! 9, at the oiganlratlon announced yesterday "equally as rural as Urndford" runs of Mr. anti Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, up the cvenlng'a festivities I reason that Matey said he felt It

Jerk while lint prices remained Roosevelt Fifth Anniversary Din- Shooting will start at 9:30: o clock. only four cents a month per pupil I was nominated and elected queen with the same pep anti enthusiasm necessary to come to the aid of

eaJ at twenty-four and twenty- ner to be given In the Woman's Handicap scores for prizes givenby while In this county it runs eleven of of the carnival by tIle membcin with three hours which earlier.they started playing Zalutsky when the latter was sentenced -

Te cents per pound with no proslet Club. The announcement was I the club will be completed and cents. % of the P. T. A. Mayor T. Frank for the "round" Popular music to life for committing armed -
dancing was furnished \ -
of an increase. made by T. Frank Landrum president prizes awarded at this shoot. The The following business was Landrum placed the crown upon I robbery In Miami. :
l A. W, I
lit.! P !Matheny chief operator of the Bradford County club will also give prizes to the transacted at the Monday meeting I the head of the queen Immediatelyi phonograph hy' Anderson's system. amplified ) The other case that promises to

ld Wednesday that the cotton chroter Young Democratic Clubs. ,lilgh gun and the unner-up In each of the board: v i Lvtore the Street dance after aI attract attention Is it charge of

,.after "will probably come In Thfc dinners, which have been termed of three classses for' the day. A delegation from Tdrooker came I short welcoming address. .A feature of the dancing waR the I manslaughter against Mike
before the hoard The Carnival and introduction by group/ of young Klondc and his wife, Gladys, In 4-
''ra and dribbles as farmers make "a Democratic love tenst" are These classes are A, B, and C, as requesting that arrange-
|fuinI cleaning of patches and being sponsored all over the country ; defined by the club's handicap committee Perry G.ilney be removed from I jmenls were In charge of the fl- people of "The Rig Apple, the connection with the murder of
Brooker bus. Otis stated nance Committee of the newest dance craze that seems to'uo Mallie Groves here last July 3.
,.11 l planters, bring In their little by the Young Democrats I Derry I P. T. A, of
which Mrs. L. F. u combination of a little bit out, Jurors drawn for service on
:s. :Most of the colton in thewCl'k. Mr. Lnndiitm' said 'the celebration that he has used disrespectful language Smith and Mrs. N. I,
Shooting fur turkeys will hehell
I ''T. Hitch the of all dances\ that have come before grand and (petit lists next week
before his
here will be observed with an daughter The are chairmen. The
|rt he has been from
added j I 9:30: to 10:30: in the It. .
'other! | oyster supper, followed with a j i board agieed thit the boy should .'uccrss of the cArnival is duo in Those among the spactatois -I are:
and the best cottons
und ftom
one i I morning 1:30 to 2:30
: : In
h, I IIA lance Another feature of the evening the he removed from the bus. |I I no smitll pa it to the untiring and whu were expecting ,,nie- I L. V. Moore R.;: Lee GrcwnW
this here. uftcinoon.
: seen '
season Skeet
I shooting !'constant efforts I hung Indecent" as Home collegeshave FrantIc H. Smith (', Ward.
will be a radio nililress by be held T. n! TiicMt of Hampton came (If the ladles on I
total ef CO.OOO pounds of seed : I I throughout the- day. tins pronounced thin ilnnre, miint C. A. Jenkins Luther GritflsAlph
Postmaster James I Farley. befoie the board und Baked If It committee and they wish to
I,s (a ,d I the first of the week, and The committees have I Mr. Smith urges everyone; to would uc''pt: a petition requesting' e"tI'eHs" ( their thanks to all\ who have Inu'ii disappointed for "The Chas. A. )Futrh ) I Hayen

rly 20 ono pounds remain on hand i named following Mrs. E. come and spend the day at the removal of II teacher. -This lequcst |I aided and assisted them In making Big Apple as danced hole' wua I R I-'. Conway: /. Z Gilffla ,
)(en : Charley
\ f Be did not belong to the gin j I I Johns chulrmnn of field. Food will be sold on the was denied. the carnival II tremendous, suecess. somewhat less dignified but just Wilmot\ Blown G. W Andrew

'(K in and was only being nnangements.i grounds, making it unnecessary to I The following widow pensions aliotit a'* lo'aln'I the minuet. ;i J. II. Redgrave )Drew HcdillHh j
i will assisted by Mrs. T. )F. '
1 the owners who nego- come to town even to eat he says. 1'. I'itm K/ra Lennon A, I It. Hull
'Ince t'liohi
Landrum, Mrs. T. K. McClane, Jr., weie r.pproved. Hlley Onle.Stalling wan only i leal
I'M' i sales Stores have been asked to close olt.tlmefltloll.'r, C. L. Adklnsoni Fon/.o (klrti,.
Willie 10 uliow
and Mrs. Jo:. L. Matthews N. Flmpy, Ruby [ MERCHANTS up, but he
lln m Ikll1g the announcement I oternhcig, chairman of entertainI I all day so that employers and em- Llsie Tyler. Mrs. L. D. Eus-: took the situation well In hand and, i I Cecil Whltehead G. \\'. Colson 4
"< .ilng the change of flojees alike may enjoy the.spoil. URGED TO CLOSE plott.Hed the 1 C. C. Fnrrelly Joe S. GrlfflaI
[ ginning ment. Ticket sale! ccmmittee: Dr. : tciling, H. C Green; Mrs. John lovers of this typo (If
lies :Mr McClane said: "The Co- l! ( '.- -- Klnlaw( Alleen Hnlslop. miMio with "I leO Cackle" und "Pal I Otis K.: Leach H. M. Me Rue
II. McLendon: J. O. Godwin\ Jos ,
fin, 'rtvc Cotton Gin here at'' E. Wilaon.! N. D. Wainwright, Jr., I Ir BUSINESS MEN Flank Nurm.in was given $8.80'for ,,' ROTAIUANS GUN CLUB I let on the Floor," [I Klbert: Slbley'c. Cyrus StHtrunk
jrl' will be closed from now, :' extra MAYOR ASK OHSF.RVANCK ) : W, Baxter Irvin Dyal
I.r B. Alexander, and A. J. Thomas. ATTEND MEETINGSTATE mikuge. The festivities were opened, by T.
tnclorth., on and OK) ARMISTICE t), J. Phillips Berry K Rosier
except Fridays P. D Reddish was given extra Frank
Tickets will be sold for $1 etch, Lundl'um.nayol' of tItus rke,
}-tu'C.TJ-S.: There will be gin-' Dewey Murrhee L. A. Geiger: 6
no mileage for thirty-four andinstructed
days Three who welcomed! the
Mr. Landrum said. MARKET REPRESENTATIVES sources united this week : merrymakers: to
g ne whatsoever, on1 I not to to Jake I>. A. Judd W. II. Jones
go Sapp'sany the
Democrats all Eiadford GATHER AT SANFORD to urge merchants to close their city. and Marshal A. L. Alvarez -
lose days Also it Is over IL.I 1''. Dlnkin.i A. C. fennlsonR. : < 4
possible mote. Salary to remain at
I MONDAYA places of business all day Thursday cooperated[ splendidly in moping I
}it Fi day and Novem- County are looking foiward to the month. 0I. __ .____
Saturday, $80.00
per November 11, Armistice Day. colt a block In which the
I' 12 and 13:: will be our last days |) Hress by It.Varr'n who has: local committee composed of .1. M. I Reddish was paid $1200 The Rotary Club at its meeting dancers could enjoy themselves I OLD AGEPAYROLL

> gn.! We expect to have the en- |, an established interesting a reputation and fiery speaker.for being Jcs. E. \Wilson County Agent T. for two trips to Gainesville: ]i i here Wednesday, adopted a resolution without danger from traffic UP

[re crop ginned by that date. If I --.--- 1C. McClune Jr., and R. F Demor- H. A. Prescott wan paid $",93 declaring that this holiday The Telegraph wishes to thank I
U i have cotton and wish to have eat attended a meeting in Sanford for one trip to Gainesville. should be OCTOBER CHECKS WILL
| properly observed and everyone who cooperated with us
I ginned be to have It ACTION DELAYEDON at' The bOil r.1 received letters from
sure Monday which were present all TOTAL $2,420 SAYS
urging stores
to shut up simp\ in making our party a success und
fought on those' days." I PARKING LAW I lepiescntatlves from all established the trustees of Hampton rescinding i From the Sturke Gun Club alio we hope that you will all be bark' C. C. CODRINGTON
-*- --- or contemplated state markets their act of resignation. I'
came a request for closing HO that with us whenever we celebrate our
Main under discussionwere A- Bradford County's old age usnltt-
BECK WINS COUNCIL INSTRUCTS MARSHAL topics everyone might attend the all-day seventieth anniversary
Hank Holiday tance payroll for October will. be
TO CEASE LENIENCYON operation fees and costs of i skeet and turkey shoot to be held -- '.--
,FORSYTH "OOUBLEPARIF.RS'The maintaining state markets; selling The Florida Hank at Starke will that day $2,42000 It was announced here
of markets and Chalker Priagle Dies today from the office of Clayton C.
methods: types ; be cloned .all day next Thursday
RA.DFORD BOYS OPEN BOXING City Council Tuesday nightiela'e" ;grades of produce and poultry November 11, which is Armistice T. Frank Landrum mayor of Chalker! Prlngle, 5fc, lifelong resident Cod ring ton, state welfare' commissioner. -
: SEASON IN taking any action on a Day. Staike, issued a proclamation declaring of Bradford COlli.tV. died at This Is an Incri-ase over

GAINESVILLEwo petition signed by thirty businessmen I The blending possibility plant of establishing was also discussed a- -- ---- .-_, .__ Armistice Day a legal holiday his home near Lawtey Tteaday aft the September payroll which was
BViup and asking everyone to cooperate 219300. t
and requesting a one-hour Church ServicesThere i ernoon ;,
urudford County boys faced which the local committee with the Gun Club and the
F11 other in a Gainesville arena I parking limit along two blocks of hopes will be brought to Slarke. Its will be preaching servicesat Rotary Club In seeing that It la ", Mr. Piingle I U survived by his grant The for average the county old age was assistance given a<

fonday night and had it out with Call Street. also hoped that a plant can be the Methodist Church Sunday properly observed. .vidow. Mrs Daisy Pringle; two 1280.

I'Xing gloves in a hard and clean- At the same time however, the reeled: here for converting starch morning at eleven o'clock a. m. as | Marshal A. L. Alvarez will circulate -ons: William of Sanford and Waldo At the time' the October

|l-&ht main bout. After the body announced renewed vigor in from sweet potatoes. It Is said usual It was announced by the''I a petition fur merchants to Prlngle of Lake Alfred; one closed payroll '
was there .
I1***' huddle it was announced Is campaign against double and there Is II very great demand for pastor, the Rev W. A. Fischer j sign who agree to close. laughter, Mrs. W. J. Bell of Bald- dents of the were real- '

|at t Trm Beck of Lawtey had won angle parking and Instructed the this type of starch Wednesday.' I I +-- -- win; several step-children, living iu assistance county receiving old
luecKion( police force to "warn once" and __ U Lawtey and at other points Florida age as compared with
prlte. Their over fight Vasco marked Forsyth the of then arrest any driver found per I ROC LAM ;AT IONOnce I Census Taken and by four alstera. 176 the previous month.

fopenlng! of the American sisting in this practice. Forms for the Government's unemployment Funeral services wee held I Speed-up plans of the State Welfare
Legion the time has come dation.
r">w in Gainesville. Marshal A L. Alvarez: stated again I census will be distrib- Thursday at 3 p. m. at Long Board to enroll the aged
to demonstrateits Our I am pleased to I
.or our community community.
uted November 16, Postmaster F. needy of Florida has resulted In an
I Btk led .hat he is really, to carry out the Branch Cemetery near Maxvllle,
throughout half for carried Its full share of the
the last concern maintaining a very gay F. October case load of 17,467. Increase
instructions. With the Stump said yesterday. These with the Rev. L. an
council's A.
f m&in fight after knocked of our civic: welfare responsibility for making this great I Donnalley of
being part
necessary of
blanks must be filled in and 8.355 over the 10.912 who
r WI( .Hmlnatlon of double-parking and I I returned the Starke Baptist Church officialng.
twice -
in the fourth round. programthe work maintained by relief work possible through contributions -
July checks the first
Starke's worst to the poatofflce department The Hort'e Funeral -
I" a parking at an angle, Home of
moment of citizens '
It of
seemed that he the Bradford County Chapter our under the
by November 20. present set-up.
be solved, he Starke U In
will of
traffic charge
rnt problem -
go down for the count, but the American Red Crons.'! The annual Roll Call of the Red I It Important that every totally arrangements With all districts now well staffed,

r rebounded to his feet on both believes: .. It Is not necessaiy: for me to remind Cross through which such fine or partially unemployed worker It is expected that the anticipated
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Bartons After the fourth frame citizens of our communitythat work Is supported. is from November -I should cooperate In thin census case load of approximately 27.000

r' tame back' strong to hand ForImf" Presenting PlayThe the work of the Red Croas Is 11 to Thankhglvtng Day. since the Information will be used McClane On RadioT. will he reached within three

hArct beating and pile' up a Junior Class of the Brad- :a vital contribution to our commu- Memberships enrolled during that I "to aid In the formulation of "a K. McClane Jr., Bradford months
t'lble welfare.'e have all seen, time will support the work for the' County farm will he '
| winning margin. ord High School Is presentingnext nity program for reemployment, social agent, heard ----.- -- -
"Fi'[>r yth'a ability to keep cover- Friday night In the school au- during the past year, how effective year ahead: of us. The Red Cross security, and unemployment relief on the farm hour over radio station To Play On RadioAfter
f "P when I II work is both from, the asks little from the community, yet I WKUF \
the going was hardest Jllorlum a play entitled "Laugh Red Cross for the people of the United Monday He will make a successful audition at
r vej mm 'iom a lot of punishB 'I Clown/' The play, said not only to standpoint of the year-round pro- contributes! much to the general States" a six-minute talk sometime dining radio station WRUF boat Salur-

t E )th fighters fought hard have a very good plot but to be a glum and that done during timesof welfare of our people.It "'- .--- the hour between 12 and one day morning, It was announce'
K,lh but Forsyth's hooks I I I very good comedy, too Is being gieit national emergency. Per-i gives me great pleasure, as I 1'a.Jooks o'clock and will discuss the revivalof that The Strawberry String Band,
.Ing' blows failed to hit given to raise funds for the annual haps never before has the work mayor of Starke, to set aside the I Open the Sea: Inland cotton Industry an organization of B. 11. S. students -

fy i iEC 'pot very often. I I junior-Senior functions customarily of this great national agency beenso I designated period as the time when Bradford County tax books opened I In Bradford County Mr. McClane will broadcast fro n G in.',-

", "d l his advantage In given the Seniois by the Jun- universally endorsed as In this iyear ..11 members will be asked t,) lenew Monday Tax Collector C. A. sly he will he out of his office all vllle Tuesday' afternoon November -

h .' !'ral times:! sticking,I', lots near the close of school. The during the gigantic relief op- | their memberships and those who (Knight announced. The mutual discounts next week since ho will attend the I 9, for thirty minutes beginning I'
'J; In the floods i have not enrolled before are urgedto will be allowed as follows: annual
I t's i into Forsyth'a face. cast la almost entirely from the erutiona devastating I county agents' conference i at 4:30: o'clock. In a letter '
F'irsvtl' und River add their names to the ranks of four percent in November three In Gainesville. ,
1 1'0111 be one of the prlncl-I junior class and Incessant practice In the Ohio Mississippi ; to J. H. Benson, principal of B. H.
f'l> I in work, doneIn Red Cross members In our community percent In December two percentIn I ,, ,
the main bout next week will insure a well presented show. Valleys. It was a great I' ; --- - S Garland Powell' director of

r.ihi l-me-j.- opponent has not yet been More detail are given in the school an efficient rmnner, and truly January; and! one percent In Mi isslppl farm Income in. 1936 : \VRUF. said that the band haJ a

I I section on page three of this Issue. desei .s our most sincere commen- T, FRANK LANDRUM. February. I, exceeded 300000000. "very successful audition."

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GUM BRANCH and Mrs. H. ---,
HAMPTON I L Edw's,,< '" -
Annie Mae Hurnugp, ('01'. ]Miss! Elizabeth "Illdoy
MU .',1.Inm.: .., t'ITre.paaae.rAirs. 'lrll ,
Sunday for left
I II 1\IIlttleA--\\'artl: \ left this Mr. and MI's.v, H, Groves and spend the wlntiM, .. \101, She ivli|
week for Tallahassee/ where she I children and :Mr and Mrs. John W II. Groves \111\

will be the guest of her daughter, Rlpdon': all of Umatilla were guestsof

Mt'H J C Jones, for several weeks I J. A. Hai'nage Sunday. it('$ ('i t )I'li----

T C C'haxtaln, who hns been 111 Mr. and Mrs W C. Conner were

for several days, has a host of dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs F. Southholla( "
I friends here and throughout the S. Supp Sunday No 205--Due St", .
No 207- .Duestui I'-a' !
who are delighted to know ?,
county Miss Annie Mae
Harnuge spent II 'I'
Ithat his condition is improving the week-end In Pine Level the No. 203--Duc, Slurs! J' .' Pm'
I nnd that he will soon be out again. No 201-Due Stuik' .,
/guest: of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Mc- u t l' ny
Mrs W. p Birt and slater, Miss Rae. Northbound.l

Ada Nimmo, were the guests of Mr and Mrs, J. F. Shaw and No 202-Due Stark

I I'l Mrs. Birt's daughter, Mrs. Ira children of the State Farm were No 204--Due Stalk t PE
Brown of Gainesville last Sunday. No 206-Due Stark, p
'41 visiting Mr. and Mrs L L Conner slg;
Mr. and Mrs. James Gnann, formerly I Sunday afternoon.Mr. No 208-Due Stark 8,35 R
of Gainesville, are comfortably Mo... 214-Due Staiku a a
and Mrs T. N. Norman and 8 05 a.
I located in the Jones bungalowon daughters, Helen and Dorothy, at- Starke Bus Agent oeailM,

T, I Church Street tended church at Pine GroveSunday. Service Station oPPosite COurt)
J Rev Newton of Green Cove house.

Springs will preach tit the Baptist
I Church next Sunday morning and Miss Elizabeth Harnage spent
last week with Mr. and Mrs. B. M
I ii' evening.
4 I McRae of Pine Level.
Gordon VVadsworth, Jr., and fam- ir
I I Mr and Mrs. J. C Sapp were d,4,
moved to the *
ily have recently 4'0
i Thomas Brown residence at the week-end guests of her parents, 04 q ,
Mr and, Mrs Eaton Brown of
terminal of Church St
Sampson City.
*u1Special 11OATURAI NMrs. Mr. and Mrs, T. N. Norman had
s MJ, h r e rr ( Z. Z. ClrirfU, Correspondent 3s guests Saturday night Mr and ... .jrowrMINOLE'ICIACKSONvILLE
t Mrs. J. R. Kelly and Mr. and Mrs.
q'q't Mr. and 1\Ir-J;;: ;; Griffls and Marcus Conner all of Rising.

children of Clay County were vis- I Miss Elvie Edwards of Lake Butler
.-,I iting C A Griffis Sunday. was visiting her parents, Mr.
-,' Miss Juanita Clark of Heilbronn

..( was visiting Ruth 1\IoI"I'ell' the past' 1KA1.V SCHEDULE J FLORIDA
t week-end. Our schedule changes April 25th OARNEH A6Lrl'8' *,?,?
Arch Prcvatt who is employedIn and trains will follows ENJOY
inn as COMFORT ., e,
q'f \ 1 Jacksonville spent thepast Southbound' mod"". fitcptool hold in the htix ol dp.a
I tern JiekloiwilU, E.ny ,ill ,
I week-end with his family here. No. 1-Due Statke 11:31: P.M. too m hb i
1 j haws, ooh ..I.-, c"hnt (bn, ,1j( ,. ,|,kj
)'>. \: were visiting their son, Harvey No. 107-Due Stiike: 0:16: A.M MIMM and idnt, Urn, (JaBnmwMf N
I Ml a.ary
"} Galney, Sunday. No. 191-Due; Starke 10:39: P.M. I AIR CONDITIONED
t ,,;; 1 Ida A. Chase spent thepast NorthboundNo. COCKTAIL LOUNGE COIIEE SNOT
L week-end" with Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. 2-Due Starke 5:00: A.M. MEETING dOOMS
Raw-Supra .ah P.d,$uh1t
% Gtiffls.Mts. I No. 16-Due Starke 11:24:: A.M R.er $4.00 so ROOW JOltx
: ]! L F GrIffis and children, No. 108-Due Starke 5.00: P.M. q Kerr Sl.00 44 Room $3

: J C. A, Griffls and Harvey Gilff Starke and \\annee Brunch L N lI .1i Pins La t4Aeer
(s 4"bl
I were visiting In Gainesville Mon. No 101-Leaves Starke 7.OO: A. MNo. w.N"y
I t t POUND H.i.l,
: day. 102-Arrives Starke 1-50: P. M
Extra Value-- Mr and Mrs. Eugene Griffin were Dally except Sunday t -. .

visiting Mr and Mrs. Percy Stalling I. T. J. GRIFFIN.

last ,-- -

4 Piece Modern Suite P. B. Prevatt of Theressawas

relatives in this '
visiting sec-
... *
4' tion last week.
: Check this extra big value offering at /t Mae Prevatt spent the past 1

? Sterchi's tomorrow. You'll gasp with Jk week-end in Oviedo with her sister

Y l Values wonder at the! ]low: price on such quality. r Melba Prevail.

+att t' Four beautiful pieces, very similar to 8450 Juanita Priest was visiting Ruth ay "V'f: RL'/D

J y'; suite pictured in genuine walnut veneers. Moirell Sunday.
3r Offered Tomorrow ,"N'J"/ ",/") .eyahefe
: la 1 high lighted with overlays of maple Cleo Hickey of Palatka was visiting -

t in Innerspring burl. Specially priced tomorrow only friends in this section Sunday. RUDOLF FRIML, most .ucce*.- merle i .represented'' "Arkamaw" by/ Truvtlet"'Walt/ for, and I fWago"
operetta composers
Mrs. E. p, Johnson and son, Leonard "
has been for time "Old Dan Tucker, of any vrllla
not active some
Regular Price $108.50
MATTRESSES and daughter, Susie of Ral- in musical com since Henry Clay tat in the fitMtt
Others at Low as $33.75 i ford and Mrs. Leona Cone of Lake _ position. He it

Butler and Mrs Alice Reddish of -r now catching up ,- -,.

._ -"J...." P..rIt's *+XtWt Rdiford were visiting the bedside on his travel ambition There comes a llihe In the lire or
| of B. L. Green Wednesday, r going every basso when without warmn, ;
a Simmons : places and seeing he gives out the song of the Volgt
SUNNY BROOK FARM thing that Boatmen, Just as there H a time 1 is
long have beckoned the life of every contralto she
s ,I Pull Easy :\11'''. F. K. ('ro"hC'orrelpondent:\ him.Meanwhile wltho"t warning she( rcnrhes f r.-
"My '.lero" from "Th( Chucola
STUDIO COUCH Mrs. J. R I Kelly and baby, Mrs. Hollywood has Soldier."

I Marcus Conner and Mrs. C C. i found in Friml

1: ; 'r in Much BetterCovers Crosby and son Bobby, spent last .- an unusually Lopez Learns About Rhythm)'
I Friday In Lake Butler visiting relatives profitable
Louis Reid
answer to its Most frenzied rivalry in AirfJ::
n' KITCHEN musical prayers. From his long list today is among the maestros of t ttI
I G. M, Bennett is spending a few ,' of stage successes, "Rose Marie" I dance. To find a new way of ssrvir

CABINETS clays in Theiessavlth: his son-In- "THe Vagabond King" and "The I, up the "'nl"'on-th{ r. the ever
'd i ytlj I $3995 law and daughter, Mr. and Mis. C. Firefly" have already been broughtto pressing: question, Harps, oboe
Sullivan. | the screen, and it is reported I French horns English horns b,
"Katmka" is to be producedby all have ban added to tr
$1885 Mr. and Mrs. ]Marcus! Conner, soon scons-
Check the Studio Couch offer to- AI-G-M. ceaseless! heih-ho.; fnr tit pr:
,, t ,;U morrow HenUer covers, better col-) Mis. J. R. Kelly:: T. N Norman Friml, a native of Prague, is now goes on and the rewards an "3 thcs

1 ,1 a ors than jou'll find in many rl-cs; The best.lookIng and most and Floyd Crosby spent one day regarded as one of the most-f.imous who can offer something clffmr
1p ,' at this low price Genuine Simmons 5x ?" &paclous cabinet, we've ever last week in Jacksonville.A American composers, rivalling tsircthir.t tJ] i' will:!! I't'
Studio Couch opens into lull a, i offered at this price. Choice large crowd from here attended Victor Herbert tie'! the aitjiiiut ci di
or twin size beds gyp" ot white or screen ansmrl.I !. the Union Heeling of the New and Sigmund Romberg fickle: pub'
I for: the: beauty and variety Recent v V nom
mat River Association Sunday at Pine cf his melodies. ".. lopez, who in bn G. x 16 Extra Pieces Glove, where the Corinth B. y I'. He occupies a top ranking i ... his started mare" tar
U. wits on the ogram. I II Ii in the American Society leaders Ci 't t :.r *,-
= i I Mi. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and of Composers, Authors tan: anyicr j jar
I q'v "L A Complete Ole Vir Gin
-A ""
and sotght nand
ch.Uien; spent Sunday at the home Publishers, maser
I dd CooUins Set With This his \ heron
cf the Ktler's parents Mr.\ and work is in con idea in ihythm
stant demand by the or-r suited a leading Iy-n

Ii i Full Enamel Coal and! Wood ,1 section.Mrs. H. M. McRae In Pine Level the chestras radio.and vocalists His most'of ,' phony nusiciansymphonist told. h.'in

I Mr.' and Mrs. 0 E. Crosby of''Ii .popular songs are that two snare drum

I r --' a Large 6. Eye Polished Top i| here New River Friday were visiting relatives | dian Marie Love" the Call."Song" "In.ji( : would with different do the to tn,*:

I I Mrs. Britt Alvarez and children I) the Vagabonds," which Rudolph' Friml Lopez added them, it
West Point uses as a (ASCAP) the rhythm he wantt
1 c RANGE of Pine Level- section spent Sundayat football song, and "Sympathy.", In I --:- _
f the home of Mr.' and the current him production of "The There's a wrestler also nom"
y I C. Crosby. Jackson- Firefly" appear two numbers from Vincent Lope The only thing th

irr'' ArrangeWeeklr Dio. H. M. Tlllman of Prim. pen-"The Donkey's Sere jazz-minded Lopez ever wrelt!
1 yule will preach at Corinth Bapitlst nade" and "He Who Loves and with was an arrangcmen. of -..ciQ:

1"tt $54 75 or (I Church the second Sunday In composed Runs Away.over" The the latter telephone., oddly Friml, was bert't "Unfinished Sympnon

,1 = br ,,,t : Monthly Paymentd December (Dec. 12)) everyone wel1 !- wrote the music ai home and whist f-.'.

d 1 come i iI tled it over the phone to Gus Kahnat :

I ,t !; i --a Never Before Offered at This Price I I C. A. Crosby of Brcoker and I j the M-G-M studios. Kahn then Broadway Most Intriguing tunesmtths nanit a 7.1 n""j!

"' A Guaranteed Baker- Floyd Crosby were attending to wrote the lyric and sang them back frey most famous t"r t" the ea i
over the phone. The ,"
business in Hawthotn- and Gaines- next morning tickler "Kitten on the Ke" J
Ca.t Iron Range'Sterchl's the '
I II ville last Thursday. for orchestration song arrived at the studio ready possessor of unusually dizy. nns i j
undprtncly l
Hard to
is Confrey. ,
+ coal and wood ranges are 16-PIECE >I t'KUKK.H INCKEAMNO! the radio raJabs don't (mike i-
1 : considered by many as a standard of on uiRtmnCDOHinc I SAV G 31EN: Vamp Till Ready for them.
i '- quality to look for In buying This I t.'o long, to our mind reflect the
I 1 OUTFITTrade I A death murder -
$ special offer U for a limited time by or manslaughter tomtirf! nmrttr.
at accurately Ole ,
A tc: ( on'y, so don't delay. I every forty minutes, a [I late Chattel K. Harrif "After 03 the Is It True About 6,1,01
I larceny every forty-four minutes, Ball." Several yean have gone by &>

t .c. ; i I a burglary every two minutes, a ,. ,. we've had a melody from C,
in ? M'
r car theft every one and one-half Pixio. Who U C. A. Bixlot.
The old band favorites
concert of
I .I ry minutes, all within the United l e thousand village greens, the "Poet Ital,'. Irvine Berlin of ,that best meted known

Your OldKitchen States, are some of the conclusionsof and Peasant" overture and the the composer"Tell Me That Y
the federal bureau of investigation "Lustsplal" overture are seldom Tonight" Three yeart
Love Me
........ In an analytical study of the heard on the radio. But then, radio It was a sensation on the bands
has about killed off the old
I. nation's $15,000,000,000 crime bill bands. village 0' the world. Every orehestaside ,

,,.'.'j. ,- for 193(3.i ( of Symphonyit Hall was Pit
< .... ( : i Crimes against .-.-. crooner
property are decreasIng were blazing
Stove '
Hairs tune /I All, torch-singer
but crimes I
I against per. Gonna Rain No if a', teat the fir,' heaven with it, quartets were. !
sons, such as murders, have taken tony hit ever exploited on the err, line it. glee clubs were Crowd
Now | an upswing. In spite of the fact It occurred way back in 1922. around ft It nearly tttchttnlion

FREE DELIVERYAnywhere i that there was it drop of 7.8 per .t p mark In sheet copy sale.i u,. ,

In Florida or Georlam ( cent in the total number of crimes The bigwig* of music have not that, In these days of radio

reported to the bureau by the na- yet discovered Nathaniel Shilkret. mark indeed. till

/ ; I lion's police last year. Yet, there are only a few symphonic The tune had a different(Oun
i 1 The age of most criminals arrested conductor* in the land who are more different words-m every Al SI,I

u e In 1D30 was 22. This rep- expert with a baton. Perhaps, he penetrated. IncidentallY for the
words oS
shou'd change his name to Shil- man wrote the
WES resents aa upward it was
t WESTADAMS change, as until kreuki. lean version. In France and t t.donn't t.
/I 1935 the "dangerous age" In crime "Le Chaland Qu! Passe Y
ADAMS 1 was noted as 19 by federal Investigation "-.,. mean "Tell Me Ergbn That

:d, bureau agents When a sentimental/ muilcal picture Love Me Tonight In whit

J, Edgar; Hoover, head of the of olijtlme/ America ii (wanted well you'd never guess
federal I I in the air catties, the boy invariably tune was called in England Son
agents, holds .
parents lesponsible. dust off "Put on Your Old Grey these 10 "It Is most unfair In a Bonnet The tune, by Percy "Wen- minded. InltEnglaand the m tb
world l beset with temptations ofIlawle"snes3 rich teemt to me the most at finite known as "Shlp That pals

| to permit a. child to link to 'that catty school of Night." ". ft"-

run loose! free to obey its own im

pulses. Yet thousands of
I are neglecting their children in this j. SO YOU WANT TO WRITE A SONGI! Well jlrill:

s I[ manner," he says Southern Far- i Try to Express an Old Sentiment in a New \VayJPAOE

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tt ttn) Bradford County High_ School Journal .r

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:: PEEK i I _

m 'I' I TOU-IN-CIIIEIT I : Guy of Hampton was the MEETS MONDAY The B. H, S. ba.qkt'tbIlIlsche.lulE'. STAGING SHOW
WI'';II. E'!: BENSONIK.TV :::' :: ICulen. .. far it has been for ,
m It IU andVu>'. ofBradford Earning:' guest of Hirild, ; Bishop during the us as arranged
oLe ..:/".' RDITOR "BV St By One of our outstanding basket week-end. M-cretary Seli-c'leil' l; "IV games this season: 'LAUGH CLOWN'Prrdti't.'d "

: IHnnlBT (DOT) BISHOP Go\ernmrnt ball players Is none other than Rena :Mae Cutshaw was visiting Bcqulrwients: AreDlHC'IIMIMMl Nov. 13 _ ___ Baldwin i

.--PORTS KOtTORFLUMMER William Daniel Hazen better in Gainesville Sunday. Nov. 23 ___Green Cove Springs To Be Biggest;

m BILL A. General Requirements. known as "Dan." Wilier! Mae Thornton visited in Dec. 3 ______________Hawthorne lilt In f'.rtll8t"00" I

" iTKRARY, EDITOR 1. In order to gain the Bradford"B" Dan Is nix; feet tall and weighs Penney Farms Sunday/ Wainwright, president of Jan. 5 ______________ Baldwin

EU.V MAE MANNING students must work toward 175 pounds. He has blond hair, Doshla Smith of Sampson City I the Student Government for this Jan. 7 _____________Hawthorne

gray eyes called the first meeting of Jan. 14 ___________ .CroSll The have been
.toKE;: KDITOnEPNA a total of not lens than 280 points, anllvt'I'Y pleasing per was the guest of Edna.:: Pearce dur- yea City play you expect
PEAnCEJ selected from the ones hereinafter, sonality.Dan Ing the weekend.Among Monday morning.The Two games with Waldo and Lake ing and looking forward to; tho

er1rTAT./ : REPOTtTERiiIRIAM described. especially likes basketball, those going on the Meth- council elected bezel Thomas Puller are being arranged but no play the juniors have been work-

.;tn GUY 2. At least 70 points must be foot ball swimming, lining, anda odist League's/ trip to Benson junior class, secretary of the Definite dates have been net, ing on and talking about, the play
secured In each certain senior girl. Government, for the year. that Is full of romance drami: ,
division as 70 Springs" Sunday were: Miriam Guy,
"EDITORIALS.IITS points! In PHYSICAL, 70 points In He dislikes conceited people, sissy Doshla Smith Edna:: Pearce, Harriet During the meeting the council SENIORS BEATEN mystery, /and comedy the play
boys and playing base ball. JlHCUHHt-d the rules of obtaining that will set the record! for plays
points in MORAL, and Benson Dot Bishop! A. Z. Ad-,
''J'IIOI FOR THE WEEK 70 points In MENTAL !Dan spent the first five years of kins, Vernon Silcox Billy Long Bill Bradford B'I'I', which lire placed on BY JUNIOR TEAM presented In this county for many

j. It is well to think well; It Is 3. Additional points above 70 his life in Brooker. Then moved Plummrr, Buddy Bihhop, N. T. this page elsewheie, and decided to years, you will have the oppoitun-
wellHorace Mann. south. He avocale a contest between the l.lrkfll. .. This is told in a rich set-
divine to act remaining may be gained without began his school career Bitch Emmett P<,rl''man, Jimmy I "I'r 1 ( 1"1<11 play
Is not the end In at Center Hill home rooms to see which room will\ of next I< : !
2. I-.Ippmellll! reserve under l any or all of the but returned to Sewell Gayle Si-well. Comer Perrym.in !IIt< III Knst :MovingThe ity seeing idy night
life'Oiai: (/ 'actor is.H.. W. Beecher.I other divisions. Brooker while he was in the sec- Elizabeth Plummer, and ,receive the most Bradford B's. iron ting and the characters are a com-

I 3' The first step to greatness I. Physical Efficiencyseventy: Ind grade where he continued going !Sam' Simpson. The meetings hereafter are to ical mix-up of European sod.lile"an.l

ID to be honest -Johnson. points required I until he finished' the ninth grade. Bob Long visited 'In Fnnandina be hold every Monday morning basketball games at noon Sing-Sing graduates with
cannot be the best: I Dan began school ..- intp'eMUnMalt, enough ordinary people thrown into
4. All men 1. Making ono or more class in Bradford and, Jacksonville during the week are getting very )
but every man can do his best. teams10 points. i High in the tenth grade where he I end CHAPEL SUBJECTIS nay that the game betwen the juniors make it interesting to all. You

5. silence Is a true friend whoever 2. Making one or more se'hoo has \been going since then. -.-- -- TEMPERANCE and seniois hat Thursday was will laugh till the tears come you
bcti ays. Confucius. teams15 points. !Dan has always been healthy and I New the bent ever seen on the local: will hate till your enemies seem

..A- --- -TmuN 3. Retaining perfect PORtul'ewhile has never been ill, other than acollar Flags InAssembly court, ( including the fnmmi.s' Luke benevolent you will grow sad with

| lHNi! ( "IN TilE JIIDIX"Peol.lc standing, sitting or performing bone broken twice. Hall I5c Almiiliitp AhNluim-r. From Butler games.) n love-lorn maiden and you will
Dan Is now of bita".irautsedmnnirhes. The fool score: was 10-H.\ enjoy every minute of It,
any exercises for n period! of one the outstanding -
have mouined about be- six months and receiving special seniors and, is liked by nil who When assembly was held last'e'k. Cray Lineup By special permission we me

ng the oldest of a family and son- recognition from the teachers.20points. know him. i ,\ evciyone was pleased to note Illnin. I'.... I' r
eta have been written on the injustice He has not decided what line of that two new flags have/ been An enjoyable Temperance program Toioile C :3 1 0 2 \First, Mrs Hurley a widow who
the ticatment of theoungeet was presented to the high G. Long F 0 2 t :5 never learned to well
of I manage Loy-
4. PI'es'ntingo'ld'nce of hav- work he will follow but we wish ,plated In the 'auditoilum. One is
but until have ecenenred school Friday, by Mrs. Ruby Mae H. Long F 2 1 I O 2 ice Phillips; Patricia Hurley theyoungest
you ing attended hikes covering within him great success in what ever he the United Stales, Flog, and the
the utter misery of being Pet. klns' ninth grade homeroom.Also Pi lest G O 0 0 0 daughter, whom everybody -
four months not less than 50 does. other is the flag of our !llate.TheMe .
hi the middle your life Is a perfect miles or an equivalent in outdoor several cumbers from the Kitchen G 1 0 1 1 calls Pat Relit Rowe; Evelyn -
----- -- flags were l with
purchased grammar: guides were presented Giilfls G :3 0 0 0 Pat's older sister
Leaven. I feel I am qualified to Hurley rather c'
group activity acceptable to theteachers20 pennies contributed 1 the students
Clean by
Up Program The was us follows-:
fudge, because for five long years program snobbish ut times, ClaraF'lame'
in the middle. points. of Bradford/ High.! Helpingto "Welcome by Bobby Fonl. S'nlor.. INm K 10, TS Tl' ; Arthur Huiley, Pat'sbrother
I have been right 5. Cleaning teeth regularly- At B. H. S. In ProgressThe I buy the flags makes each student Mother Goose Health
Of) course, when I heard on that' points. playlet by \Vynn F 1 0 1 1 it regular fellow, John Arthur -
feel that he owns them andmspitcs
from Mis.. Ritch's
that the last pupils room. Hazen ell 0 2 Torode; Fritz Bentonan ex-
old January morning 6.
: Orderly passing to classes high school Is having a con- mote patriotism "
The Outside
ember of the family was a healhy 15 points, test between all homerooms in ? -.- .---- "Keeping on arending Bradley G 1 0 0 0Sluiford burglar Danny's pal, A. Z. Adkms;
I from Mrs. Biggs' room. G 0 O 0 0 I Danny Polling--a nice young mun
little blue-eyed girl, was over-
1 : 7. Organizing and managing a which each room is trying to be the I'OI Kill r.KADK. "What The Stars and
: Stripes
who mixed In
Mummer 1 F 1 2 2 el got up jailJimmy
|yed, but little did t realize whatwas Junior Soft Ball Tt'am25 points. cleanest for each day of the week. Mrs. Hail's Room Say" poem by Billy Griffis. Sewell Gallagher Pat's
Futch F 0 0 0 0 ; Starling
going to have to go through, 8. Directing school ground activities We feel that. a clean and neal Lila Rue Caldwell, and Bernice" "What America\ Should Know", Jones/ GOO 0 0 girl friend, Arthur's buddy Doshla
,n that innocent child's account. for elementary and Junior room lends toward a pleasant at. McMillan:
brought! some pumpkins nn Interesting talk by Leithu Lay
POH. Position; F---Fouls; 1 FG Smith; Dale Terence. Arthur's, fiancee -
IVithln the first year I began to High students 25 points. monpheie for/ all students :and 1 we made, ruler."Kiunces'WilUid's.
some Jack-o-lanterns C
Hail let Benson Dr. PrattA
Field Goals; I<'S \Free* Shots; 'ri'Testal ;
I nallze its difficulties. In the first 9. Talks on Physical Education The following rooms were given out of them We are also. making First Pledge"recited Points. --- rather stylish doctor who

0 0tr II 'lace, at family dinners, I, beingn 15 points. the honor of having the clean- a. seed eolIl'ction.'e lire tryingto by Florence Mersereau. seems to prefer, the society of girlsto
I middle. have to sit in the
the ,
10. Helping promote cleanliness est appearance for last week: get all the seeds we can to puton "The Indian and The Bear" Miclcllpton.Fathl'l' tho practice of medicine- Bob
fiddle, and if any of my readersave In school and MondayMrs.. Anderson's 8A the bulletin board. We have
building on grounds a poem by Donald Bagwell.: Gander Rhymes Arline Long; the Maidwho probably
: experienced that, they know 13: points. Tuesday Mis. DemoieHt and new pupil, Guy Starling who was Mr. Gray then gave a brief talkon Dew. saves a young man, Mary Edwards : -

nv, awful it Is. The reason for II. !Social' Efficiency. Mrs. R. Perkins Oth. transferred! to our class. the subject "Be Ye TemperateIn Two Health Songs Mrs. Lnrrn- ; Aunt Sue, who wouldn't j
.us Is Hint sitting In the middle,
1. Acting efficiently as leader Wednesday Mrs. Demoiest lit h We are deciding what we would All Things lie brought out by's room. marry Uncle Jake lilt he had saved
m are kept so busy. passing dish-
or official, or doing conspicuously Thursday Mrs. Rubye !M. Perkins like to fide on to go to New York. however, not to be temperate In the The Indian and the Bear- Donald five dollars and! fifty cents, Martha
i that you don't have time to eat. .
sit I I meritorious. committee woo k In any flth. Ottis Geiger was out last. week use of intoxicating liquor but be Bagwell. I Wells; Undo Jake who got mix
' Another difficulty is In beverlge -
'as-, club, during the entire lei. m25 I because of sickness. We have: two absolute abstainers from them. The Dunking Driver Needs' His ed up with ghosts in his efforts to
fly family firmly points. ng'a mark averaging not less than new safety poster's.klaiinn. The Plogl'umIdS owed I with an- Brains Checked. Cm'I Clumpier.joj's / get five dull..rs ......a ;'t> ceu. ..
:, i voting person can not drink 2. Knowing the first and last 'B for four consecutive monthsIn Manning.WHAT.WHERE I nouncements.ELEMENTARY ( Gift of Water !Marion Vernon Silcox; the Gardener, whoIs
,iffci' al\(' by the time the I I
youngel'hllJlen names! and speaking more than alertness. and control' -25 points. -- -- -- Blown Mary Carlo and 1 Hilly Henson necessary to the plot, Gene
ofof are served milk, there isiit cnce or twice a month to not less 4. Submitting an original, set Long; the Detective, who was call-

enough. loft for meso I dl'lnlt.atel' than 50 pupils In Bradford High of four acceptable essays on schoolwork Keep It Outside William Anthony ed in, Jewett Fogg. ''

m 1 School outside of those in your own or ,school administration I ECHOES 1 1I Andrews So don't' forget to come! Friday,

When I was about thirteen, I be- classes20 points. JO }points. Miss Kennedy room I lien! wing November 12, at 7:30.: Prices will )

r m i t to realize that my sister was 3. Proving that you have genuinely 5. Composing( a school song or H "Sntig); for Hallowe'en." After bo thiity-five cents for adults;
sing out and enjoying herself. I .lass play: song or cheer which
helped at one time or anotherat which Mr. Gray made several announcements twenty-five cents for high school
learned to dance, and I saw no least. five different schoolnvttes shall be adopted by the school I FIRST (ilt\l>K .\. Tlllltll 4iltAI)K NK\\S/! I and we passed backto en.7,

pawn why I could not attend in their habits and character building 25 points.IV. Alma Leta Dynl has entered our We have some new health workbooks : our rooms. d r

incei but my parents did. My .20 points. Moral Efficiency< l'Ul.m.e- are delighted to have which we are enjoying very ....- -- -- .---.- .---- --

lends, however, were still wearg 4.Vol'k done with any single 1. Receiving a mark not less hci. much. We have Ion rued how to ;MKS. SE.\lCINU'N SIMM (tli.\IK. : T1IKKK: : A NEWS:
short dresses and were regu- !individual resulting In his marked than "B" In "reliability" for the Miss M. Middlcton Teacher cure for our )bodies and our pets. Mrs Biggs, Teacher
.r tomhoys. I, In imitation of Wo also had 1 a lesson in which we
term 25
Cotton :
physical, mental, or moral improvement points. -- Thin HI lay morning we surprised King I'rojeetWe |
r :iy older sister felt too old for -20 tJ.\- ttJ: \1.1. GAME drew pictures. that told the storyof have .
points. 2. Receiving a murk averaging our teacher, Mis. Seal'inwith a Just completed a study
'uch 'iliildish"' things and so, for 5. JSeing especially helpful in not loss than "B" in "selfcontrol"for Yesterday, as before, the sixth milk. fruit showl'r'e each brought of cotton. We worked four weeks S

old lime' time I was truly "out In the !ome definite, responsible\ way to the term- 23 points. guides played;! baseball. They were We had, a nice surprise this week some kind of fruit or nuts and put on It. We made a cotton field on ,

ci teacher for a period of not less 3. Showing evidence wherebyyou named as before. Miss Kennedy'sroom when our teacher gave a lesson on them on her desk. our sand table Different ones

Ah yes, it Is a cruel, cold world! than four months20 points. helped mouse the opinion of won the game 198. They following music appreciation.' We listenedto We are enjoying our library made negro cotton pickers, basketsto

'lit nil nt us have our burdens 6. Being active In the organization : the .class against any individual or made home runs: Negro Spirituals as they were, ,reading and most of us have read hold the cotton, and cotton 1

nd this is one I must bear for : or maintenance of a voluntary a group of Individuals who by ac- Lions: Cnptiiln Olin White, W. ASaxon played on the victrola and to the core books than are required.! We bales. r

any years' However, I pledge, group! leading towards higher I tions or words tend towards the Arnold Wasdin Harold( story of each. Mrs. Higgs told the give both! oral! and! written reportson / We listened to a group of negro I

M if ever I raise a family, my ideals, mentally, morally, socially, setting up of bad practices-/ : Prevatt, Walter Tailor. stories for us. each book when we finish. reading Spirituals; sung by Tuskeegee Sing

'yiilren' will never be In the mid- or physically, in one or more special points. Tigers: Captain !Donald Bagwell, Mrs Andrews, Teacher It.Ve find many good hookx ers on records. They wee loaned Ito

'e. They'll be on one end or the fields- -25 points.III. 4. Writing a digest of not less Bobble Me'Rue; Mann Goodge, Ar- ------f1'OI'R'I'II--.-- -- In the Public Library besides the us by General Extension: Division -

ahem' :Mental Efficiency. than 500 words its to what your nold Thomas, Owen Hazen. K NEWS/! one in our own library !In oralrending at Gainesville. After studying )

By Harriet Benson. 1. Having record of no "D's"In .. We have < quite u time about cotton we made
) Idea is as to the make-up practicesof -- --- completed our Eskimo \ classes we arc leading 4
--.--- any subject (unless just cause a courageous, fair and square, KOI'Kill iU\DK NEWSWe '; /! fctudy and found that they were Greek stories and! myths. some very attractive cotton book '

Ii i Perhsps the world's most unique can be given) for a period of four self-controlled, and 1 clean young are studying about Indians.We : very peculiar, but happy, people. Georgia Gilpln Reporter.Approximately lets. We have an exhibit of cot-

lroom Is that In a tree-top In I months 25 points. man or woman who lives up to and have pictures and books about Wo found that they laughed more _A. -_- Ion from raw cotton to the finished -

">yn, East: Africa. For a$50 2. Receiving four ratings better honors Bradford High School20 them. We are going to make an In a month than we do In a year. 450,000 quails of product of Pecjuot Sheets.

barge, one may lie abed and : than "B" during the previousfour point Indian Bund table. I Some of us in here must be' a lit- Ice cream are' consumed annually We are very grateful to Miss

atch all sorts of wild animals months with no rating below tlc related,( to the Eskimo). on railway dining cam In the United Olive Ray for the beautiful plant
5. By giving talks in home We msproud of the picture,
'duding leopards elephants, rhlweroses "C"--25:: points. States. she has given us.
Next week finds
room exercises on some of the "The Lone Wolf, that our ,room us winding our r
and hyenas. 3. Receiving Physical Train-
character h'alls--20 points. mother Sirs L A. Gray, sent to way further along the language

6. By giving a talk on character waywriting tellers. We have BOREE FUNERAL HOME f fFull
education in assembly20 us.We enjoy reading "My \\'et'klyReaders" studied names, Initials, addresses,
points every week. They tell dates, etc., /o now we want to lean n tin? of ('.....Iu" A I'ndnrtuker! Supplies
: For Expert RepairingSmiths 1 Penalty Point us many interesting: things. to write tellers. Look out Santa! AMBULANCE DAY ANU NIGHT SERVICE

Cheating __u______ __. __,,0 \points Reporter Gloria Cooper. In this we plan to study paragraphs -I
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Skipping School -_ ____ 40 points Teacher Miss Edwards. In detail.

Shooting _-__ _- ___ 25 points ---- The multiplication tables have O. II. BENNKTT, Mffr.
Causing disturbance on SIXTH t.UlDH\ NEWS been a "sore-spot" with most of

Garage bus 10 points Miss Kennedy, Teacher lilt for n good while when it was

Out of class room without I i Every one enjoyed the Hal II times so and Sflnd all the other 1".r' '

permission -.. 5 points lowe'en carnival here. Francis "so and so s," but since we

Phons 120 Chewing gum 5 points I Griffls, brought a pumpkin to have begun division in the long SERVICE STATION

Tardiness 5 points school, and several pupils helpedher way we love our tables and find : .

; Wrecker Service Day or Night Disrespect to teacher 10 points, make a jatk-o-lanlern. Evelyn that they ure much easier and TRY OTIC. fxKICVIC'K AND HK CONVINCKDATLAS
I Ungentlemanly conduct 5 points Hall brought a candle.. for the Jack- more interesting Believe it or not, I iil

== -. Unladylike conduct .5 points o-lantern. ,I we are anxious for arithmetic now! l I
-- By: Colletle Green
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, FiltM'l'1C,1UE; : It : fires I "lIt'flIclitl..ull iii.iruiiU for I Year send 1 .IX :.Months

,I We have been learning\ about j; STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS t tI
I Hallowe'en and have drawn two
,, WHY free hond pictures. Here is a I 1S'.1e.IINHF'ILISHINl1WAXINGfiIt1L1SiN11Call :

I poem pictures we: wrote about one of ourI I 60 For Road ServiceI j i

The Witch flies on a broom, Payment riait, On Tires aUld Batteries
She flips up to the moon 1.-\('" ('ON\V\V. "'J.H IU.\ MOTOK LANES.NN'l':! ': .
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And comes down soon.
I very ..... .. .. .. .. .
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COUNTY FLORIDA I Miss Ruby Lilley Teacher
tl.taST..Jt'IIU: ; >EI4
DRINK lET US GIVE YOUR PLUMBING (' .\ n 1St; T W O K K The Elementary Grades had a KOOL MOTOR
A THOROUGH HOUSliCLE : F. C. Hollingsworth riKMriUK ICEI'.AIItINIit'FyrL'4 Temperance
_WING program Wedne".laymorning .\MOI.iNE! AND OILS
And ) ;rtnlSC: at ten o'clock. The audience Fit K STATION IN: IlKAIIFOUO (OfJNT"ltF. AT. SOUR
M J. L. Simmons Hog HominyFARMS sang "America" followed by SKIUICK ttlTII A COMPLETE LINK. OF
EDDIE HARTMAN the Flag Salute then
"Jesus Loves Me" followed by the
1 lit, terllt/ed" Bottle FIIONF. .VStern's :> Lord' Tilt: NEXT: TIMK VOtlll MOTOR KIlNS HOT GET TIIA'l'KHtNHrrenl
The Tame That Refreshes following/ Temperance numbers : : JOHN lUHJKKM (Ualnenvllle. Road) .
THIS were then given:
Denmark Kitty's Dad Penders 13.28
FOR RENT Garage Mother Goose on Alcohol Education -
\\1: ARE West End Sta. Harrison's Brooker)
Mrs. Ititch's room. (
l'ltESCltJ1 Co-
TIOS YOUR MESSAGE TO THE The Lone SmokerIda Lee !';II-
Stock Every Day Be Sure to ; Health Song by llins Budding- OUTIIINOTON SPRINGS 4

-- nit: EXALL STORE See It BI.tore'ou Buy EASY PAYMENTS ton's room.
Believe It Or Not- -Marjorie Sue ,

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Legion Elects Officers H ; I I Circles J -Meet In"' The Rev. and Mrs.\ Stith --'U j

: : f Enjoys Oyster SupperThe I{ Educational Building Honored -

: :11,11'' oc/etvs Jones-Langford-Whlte postof 1 Circles of the Woman's Missionary Friends of the Rev. and Mrs it CARPENTER'S

the American Legion was host I Society of the Methodist C. Stith, who left Nov. 1 for WashIngton -

i to the ex-service men of this section Church met Monday afternoon In D. C. to make their home,

: ,: Monday night at an oyster I the Educational Building, next to will be interested In the following THIS WEEK

I ,I' ; !"upper Honor guests included Dr. the church. clipping taken from the Florida
l '. ;I t Dr. Cason Will Circle) Number Three W, E. Whitlock of High Springs, ; Mrs W. E. Middleton. leader of Times-Union:
ti"" :, W M. U. past-commander and national vice'' Circle One, presided over a short
t I' ..: Address Woman's Club Of Baptist The Rev M. C. Stith pastor of
I r ,
r .t' ,1.I \ Has Interesting Meeting commander last year; Wm. Comeof business meeting It was announced the Prentwood Baptist Church, e .
I The Woman's Club of Staike Orlando state chairman of Boy that the Week of Prayer would
i. t, i'J ,' will meet Wednesday' afternoon, ., Circle Number 3 of the Baptist Scout work; Rupert Cavlnes-j of be observed November 8th and 9th, I who has been called to Washington honored,
1\ ,' <.I Nov. 10 at 3:30: in the club auditorium Woman's Missionary Union was entertained Ocala state chairman of the Sons at three o'clock In the afternoon D. C, and Mrs. Stith were

w .I ; ,"' i with the president Mrs D P last Monday afternoon at of the Legion; and a delegation and on Wednesday evening the with a reception Friday evening by
E C. Johnson. Mr.
;J ,l'I : I': i ''t' I Carpenter In the chair. 3:30: o'clock at the home of the from the Veterans' camp at Lake 10th, at seven-thirty. Mr and Mrs.
and Mrs\ J. S. Massey, Mr. and
j i :! 'It Mrs. J, W, Kincaid chairman of leader Mrs. L. A. Canova.A Geneva. The devotional service wan led and
t" Mis E S Pattison and Mr.
j \} Health, has announced that Dr. profusion of roses and other The meeting was called to orderat by Mis E. K. Perryman, her subject Mrs W. E. Foster In the home of Friday. Saturday
'If 1"t.I' i I: ;I T. Z. C'ason. a member of the autumn flowers were used in decorating the Legion Hall by Commander being "Prog!'ess Through Con- the former oil Springfield Boule-
f1 t i I 11 State Tubercular Board, will be the the rooms where the meet- H B. McLendon of the Starke fllct. after which Mrs. W. A Fischer vaid.
I if for tte afternoon Ing was held. offered fervent
,;1 ; guest speaker Post. Short talks were made by a prayer.
.1 Mrs. will give an enlightening The subject of the was A color note of green and white
\ Pynchon Mrs Canova led the devotional the guests and representatives of program MEDICINES W'EDYESUIy
(" :.b \ talk on what Is being done and chose as her topic for the afternoon the C. C. C. camp Invited. the ex- I "Releasing Women Around the was carried out in the decorations.. ONLY
I In the state for tubercular par "Peace" Prayer was offered service men to their Armistice pro- World" and Mrs Middleton calledon Punch was served from a lace cov- 11.00 pack of 50 Purctesf C p"iitcIfahhut

1-1 tients. by Mrs. G-W. Alderman. gram and dinner next Tuesday at Mrs Hogan Smith, who reviewed ered dining table centered with 2 si'01!!! Compares with tic( IIlut(,
balancedby Liver Oil for
Mrs J. H Benson chairman of Officers were elected and appointed 5:30 p. m the subject of Christian women yellow chrysanthemums

1 1 r music, will have chaye of the as follows: co-leader! Mia The following officers were awake to new life in foreign lands. yellow tapers. Presiding at the I 49c pint lice Mineral 0,1' Almond Coco
I Mrs F. H, punch bowl were Misses Carlye
reviewed "What
4 program for this meeting W B. Alexander; secretary, Mrs. elected and installed: Commander Long
Hostesses will be: Mrs. M. F. J. If. Lord; treasurer, Mrs. G. W. K. G. Duncan Vice-Commander Other Religions Say of Women Hendry, Virginia Johnson and Sar- Pftrofol 2 for 50e Soap

Brown. Mrs ,E L. Liigga !Mrs C. F Alderman; flower chairman Mrs. -.J. Harry Benson, Service Officer and Mrs A. Wood talked on Women ah Collins. j pq
Ward Mrs. T. 1<'. Landrum Miss A. E. McKmney: ; personal service George Anderson Chaplain-W. In Other Lands" Miss\ Amelia The guest book was kept by Miss :tar! Site Itesll'lute I HIP sod .
', ( Mina Maniiaa, and Miss Roanlimi (chaliroan Mrs B. M. Fusnell, S. Sibley Adjutant and Finance Ray reviewed the "Church Statusof Edna Finch. Mrs Stith was presented Tur Cough Syrup 2 for 26<
e u with of red roses
'i a corsage
I Women
at Home.
chairman of
church Interior Mrs
Jacobs. Officer- Wainwright, Jr. I tulf! tn a ,u..mrr49c ,
1'l JI Barefoot Miss Kate: as a gift from the hostesses/ ,
-, -- -- ; trnnsportatloncommittee truth superintendent |park. uf 101)) I'lirelest n lung a..tp I Imp
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I *' Ss : h Several new members joined the uf About 100 guests called during:
Airs ttaipn Alvarez, baby specials, requests nl
a s i Circle :Meeting Mrs W. B. Alexander, Mrs L,. A Starke post. mothers whose small children have the hours from 7 until 10 o'clork. Aspirin l Tablets 2 for 50CJ

t r The regular meeting of the Uennolds, Mis L. A. Canova Mrs. An Armistice program at the mite boxes, to hand her the money -.----- -
I i # Woodman Circle will take place at P. M\ Barefoot and MIR J. ft. high school was announced for sometime within the next two :MISSION IIM.LSpiiiuinl I TOILET GOO-r>S- TnIJlesnAy OM.y

the hall Tuesday night at 7:30 Lord.Mrs. day, November 11. Frl//weeks so that it may be reportedthis enthusiasm was, as usual i'srk uf 200 Klenzu

r o'clock and all members are urgedto Rennolds gave an Interest After the business meeting quarter it keynote of the Bible study at I Facial TI..suC' 2 for 21 A Elk!() talueStetlfunl
attend Mrs L. S. Hutto secretary lag talk on the "Faith Mission" oyster supper was served at the Mrs. F. H. Long invited Circle the regular meeting this week and Linen | MIIIIStationer
requests all members to that Is carried Woman's Club where sixty-nine One to meet with her the first
I I1h1 out by a family at some helpful knowledge was gained 5tk:; Gardenia.
11 t' have their dues In to her not later Crystal Beach guests; were gathered. Excellent Monday in December. from the subject of "The People I i .

than next Friday noon. During the social hour Mrs Ca- music was furnished by the High Paul Offered Up" Rom. 15. As Jesus Face Powder 2 fur 51 y

k..' a ;t',M % rl 4 School band.Auxiliary November Meeting was not a minister to the Gen- 48 Envelopes
Of U. D. C. This Week oOc: GardeniaFare 29
: -- tiles, but to the Jews I U was there- 6O LargeSlicUsIOny C
A FEW CENTS EACH WEEK WILL To Meet The W. T. Weeks Chapter, Unit- fore Paul who was chosen for this Cream* 2 for 51c

GUARANTEE $$500.00 18 YEARS The Ladies' Auxiliary of the ed Daughters of the Confederacy ministry of offering up the Gentiles / I tat la a ruttomtra
Presbyterian Church will meet met Wednesday afternoon at the We therefore, now, must full Tint MaM.il* long tu aunt !latl,

i '' PENINSULAR LIFE INSURANCE Tuesday evening at 7:30: o'clock at home of Mr. and Mis.\ L. A. Davis comply with Rom. 12.1: which says: Hand Loti'ti25c 2 for 50c
CO. the home of Mr. and Mrs E. M. and the hostesses were Mrs Davis "I beseech you therefore, brethren,
I' ..y, / Charley W. Nicholson, Agent Davis. Mrs J. W. Andrews and Mrs. O L. by the mercies of God that you C .t' a SATUI1DAY O.M.Yiitiful
qt Haynes The living rooms of this present your bodies a living sacrifice -
I N'YP The Praise and Thanksgiving specious home were decorated with holy, acceptable unto God. Quality M lento
service will be under the direction Coiivi'iiiint
r I bowls and vases of which is your reasonable service"
chrysanthemums Tooth Crush 2 for '
of Miss Lucile Mitchell. L ,
FLOWERS AS NEAR TO YOU and other full flowers. In all the studies a closer walk r O'in 1 '
Mrs, R. F. Clark will lead the 1 MakeupCompact
I AS YOUR TELEPHONE devotion and Mrs. W. A. Bonhamwill The meeting was presided over of the professing Christian is upheld 23c psi ik of tiritUiilRradvmaJe
l I by the president, Mrs L. A. Davis, and taught. and a deepeningof Bandages 2 2Gc
n FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J 1 conduct the Bible quiz. who called for annual reports from the spiritual life emphasized. Plum;r Momirarhmrmi for 69c
$ I I officers and heads I Some of who have
r of committees.The "regulars" SUc pint me Hoor-Dritc'
ALL ORDERS FILLED Ji From 1924 to 1936 more than
president first read her repoitand been absent on account of illness Powder, Knngr' 1.i1..1| liik;.. MUM'an,,
i t j ARTISTICALLY-ECONOMICALLY tomb 10.000,000 in Moscow's people Red visited Lenin's I was followed by reports from were welcomely noted! among those U<
1i PROMPTLY Square. the secretary treasurer, registrar, present at the meeting also some
i Mile 10 a tutlomttmi
MRS. L. G. POWELL historian and chairman of finance, visitors, among those a lady missionary Krgulur 11.00 fejinlmlHot fang a. .lof* "fnitiItedceni
s { Starke nova the served members delicious present.refreshmentsto chairman of cemetery and courtesy from Ohio.A Water Bottle 2 for $1 01

a ... committee. Mrs. Davis who was special service next week will
chairman of, the_ Ktntik ITiltioaMnnalCommittee be held with a In
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I for the past year, gavean pictures and the spoken message I This IBexall Coupon Worth |Ifle l

excellent report of the annual U. will be given by Mr. Earl W. Frey ; Clip thn. Recall coupon and bring It to ou''
e eI D. C. convention held In Miami Hat of the I Hi Sail iJi nit Store iluiinjr thin One Out Sal. l
Gospel Church Cleveland, a Cet: :1 tub.H uf lIuulllll.lk. of Mayiusia, '''I I 1
month. Ohio. I ". PMMt, fur" J'.t-M 40C MlVmg1.itllll .
I f I Mrs. George W Brown, of Liw- A treat Is In store for all: olio I: *M H Till" AIM, 1

I,9 f tey was welcomed into the chapteras love the gospel message \\m "'n III,............-..................................."................ t
--./ a new membei. I

The. retiring piesident Mrs. Davis "".Ir./I ... .... ................................................. I
r.t escorted to the chair the new Call For Apples Is -- --- -- au - ---a----.1
i fl ..' ly elected president Mrs E. K.
Perryman, who gave a gracious Mrs. G P. Raymond new super

'....... speech of acceptance of the honor visor of commodities for the WPA
II conferred! on her. here said yesterday that fresh WIN WIN WINHall's
'\ apples will be distributed to relief
During the social
period the hostesses
assisted by Mrs. H. B :Mc- clients between 9 o'clock and 12

Lendon, served a tempting salad( o'clock Saturday. Each client will
course with hot tea and( spiced receive twenty-five pounds she Grocery
orange. said and it will be necessary to I .
bring Identification
The hostesses, Mra\ Davis Mrs. J

Andrews and :Mrs.: Haynes had as lu The louiitr .....1...'. f.mirt o'j

their guests: Mrs. W. L. Wall. Mrs.S. In Mr llnifirnnl.!''hr Kmtatv/'onnU.Iarldn.ntMtlllON ,| I MARKET & LUNCH
E. Brownlee, Mrs J. M Brown- Jp.''e:.. aiI'I'CIIELI.: .
lee, Miss Amelia Ray, Mrs. E. S. u.......... j
Matthews, Mis. Hal Edwards Mrs. \OTI<"RVOTK"n Win $3.00 in Trade Each WeekAskUs

_ ? / A. Z. Adkins Mrs. O L. Beasley, have: rilHd my In hcrehy Final linpnit Kl\rn. an Hint AilmlnlKtintrlx -J' About This

.1"r r Miss Olive Kay Mrs. George W. with the Will AniK-vrd. ,
II r tho Estate of Jnrnex Marlon MIII
Brown, Mis Effie Miner Mrs E. hell PiueiiHpil' .and l-vtltlon for- '
L. Biggs Mrs. H. B McLendun. t" oral: I IHxchniK: **. that my on Tuesday, FLOUR 24.lb .69"; 12 lb. 37c
vI' t hit 14th day uf Dci-emhpr, A. I'.
Mrs E. K. Perryman, Mrs L. G. 111:17.I!<: lit Ten u''lo'k A, M.,. ol, RH .HOOD
r Powell, and as visitors Mrs Lloyd( hvteiifter HN the .sauna fun I lie hiuil.' RICE, Fancy Blue Rose, 51bs. 15c
: I will! apply to thfl }Hmmiahl' ":. K.
Pcnymnn of Atlanta, Ga., Mra O. ferryman County Judge of Bradford -

t J. Griffin fo St. Augustine and< of the County said Finn Klot I'Ida.llepoit; fur;appiovul for! auhorltv MEAL, Fresh Waterground 10 lb. 20c
Mrs. L. D.
Vining. to make final dt..to.lhu.lon of
"'tiN Hostesses for the December the Admlnlxtrati KHtate' ., and for with final rile dl Will
meeting will be Mrs. W. E. Torode, uf the Estate of Jainen Marion -
Mrs. Hal Edwards :Mitchell Perenxrd. BACON 16c
and Mrs.
I f/ G. W. nviKM: Ihln 4th day November.. Best White, Lb.
..t Roberts. .V, n.. 1&31.'" ; -. : '. ..
r.ndlo Oaiolvn MitchellAdmlnlHliatrlx
with the Will ONIONS, Fancy Yellow 3 lb. lOc
Miss Torruella Has Part Annexed. of.the Kfflate. of Jamvx

In Ethel Barrymore Play Il.G-H-t! Marion I-,'6 Mitchell, j.cen..tl. CORN FLAKES, Pkg. 5c

Clementine Torruella daughterof -
: WITH ATLAS ZA'. and Mrs. L. Tonuella of lends here, where she attended COFFEE 100 Pet. Pure Pound 12c
school for a number of years and
i. Starke, Is now appearing in "The
Ghost of Pankee! Doodle" new hey are always Interested to learnof SYRUP New 1 l5c
Sugar Cane Qt.
the forward ,
starring vehicle for Ethel Buriy- steps she is making: I ,
In her .
more, which will in New career.GENT
soon open 6c
York after a successful try-out in ,
there's ATLAS Tire for need
an every| Buffalo. She has long been a favorite MUSTARD 9c
I on the White Rabbit BUMLine's A WORD Quart .

Sunday morning radio pro
gram, and now seems set for an NORTHERN BEANS, Lb. 4Y?
RIDES on ATLAS Tires, ((4)) Low-pressure truck-coach for high equally successful stage career. GRITS 25c
The new play in which she PEARL 10 lb.
appears FOR SALE Wood, for heater ,
tides high It's the deep non-skid tread or
speeds, long hauls. ((5)) Or a heavy- Is set about ten years from stove. See l.t1'9.V.\ A. Stern,
that does it. Sixty-five percent of the duty truck .tire-to run cooler, grip now "after the next world war." Starke, Fla. 4t ROMA OLEO, Pound 1

thick: tread is In the non-skid con better, last longer. Clementine plays the role of Pa-

struction. The body of the tire is tience Garrison, one of the leading SALESMAN WANTED To sell SALT, 12 Lb. Box 3c
parts in the production. locally beautiful line bf Christ
for tire
up-high up-off the road. There's an ATLAS Tire every
The young actress has mas caids. Commission. Applyto 1
need. Sold and serviced almost many LEAN PORK CHOPS Lb. 115cEATING
ATLAS construction must be good-so $ every Bradford County Telegraph _
town and hamlet In U. S. A. and Canmanythousandsaresingingitspralses 1 lOc
FOR RENT Furnished apartment APPLES Dozen
ads-vouched for by tens of thousands ,
1 I -the fastest-growing tire in America I private bath large front

Name tire requirements-and of enthusiastic dealers.-and guaranteed porch. Also furnished house two BLACK BERRIES, 3 No. 2 Cans 25c
your In writing by Standard Oil Com baths, hot water, two large screen

ATLAS can meet them. ((1)) First pany, Incorporated In Kentucky. A ed porches All conveniences. Mrs. PORK SHOULDER Lb. 1

quality, grip-safe passenger car tire. tremendous tire value. S. F. Hamrlck 402 S. Walnut St. ,

((2))Or a"thrifty-quality"tire-Junior Itp CHUCK STEAK, Lb. 1 lOc

ATLAS. ((3)) Lug-grip for traction in Ask us how easy It is for you to "ride MAN WANTED for good n-arby

mud or .&nd-"btst tire on earth. high" with ATLAS. Rawleigh Route Real opportu MILK tall, 3 for 20e ; Small, 3 for 1 Oc
Before nity for right man. Write Raw-

C i you put elghX. FAK-223-OZ. Memphis, SALAD OIL Sealed Can Gal. 8
a license plateon Tenn.. or see A. D. Zuchnrlaa, Lake
ff,{ FREE BATTERY SERVICE ATLAS ACCESSORIES Butler Fla 1l- -4tp MACKEREL Tall Sardines 3 for 2
4 your new car or

r 01,.the heart of your car two minute of your W*'are near you, anxious to serve you when STRAYED to my place three un- 20c
f 1: timk week. If. und paying for care, feed and this PEANUT BUTTER 2lb. Jar
pw worth It. Let u*"check" you need any one of a core of auto neceitlM
your ftattery (whatever make) u'J"I-at' wiper blade, park plugs, lamp bulb1 /, put liability marked hogs, owner giving proofad

1 ; least once every two weeks. It'* free. fan belt, polish and many other Item policy in your vault'' lAwtey may, have Fla. them. J, S. Austin 2tp, I WAKE UP AND LIVE

O. L. Beasley Service Station H. H. Houston Service Station ISSl"RE WITH QUILTS FOR SALE -See or write
I I Mrs J. L, Johns, New River, FREE DELIVERY
M\niSOV .MJ WALNUT STREETS Johns & Wainwright

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i Mrs. J E. Manes of Lake Butler Miss Lois Long of Jacksonville Among those attending I the funeral 'I The Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Fischer who died here Oct. 26 when the au- '.

I was a guest of Mrs. D E. spent the weekend here as the services of Mrs L. C. Prescott 'i left Wednesday for a ten day tripto tomibllo In which she and her husband -

Knight Tuesday. guest of her mother. Mrs. F It In Gainesville Jut Thursday Lancaster, S. C. While there were traveling from Eagle

Bits of -. ... Long. were Mr and Mrs. L. A. Davis )I I I they will be the guest of Mr. FIs- River. WIs., to Lake Worth plunged -

I' Col. D. E. Knight spent Wednesday Miss Kate: Strulh Mrs Olin While, cher's brother-in-law and ulster, down an embankment at Long

und Thursday in Trenton on Mr ;n-d Mrs, Fled Guy of Jack-1 Mis. M. R. Cooper and MrsV.. AStern Mr. and l Mr. A K. Whttesid.' Bridge after a tire blew out, was!

professional business sonvlllu were week-end guests 011 j I! ..' _- -- shipped\ Tuesday to Eagle River,

lDcal'Nevb' Mrs Guy's parents Judge and I hone Rodu ShippedTht WIs.. for burial. The body had been

Mills-Mary Cimova; of Tallahlls-I Mrs. A. Z. AJkins. i Miss Mary Brownlee left Satur held by the DeWitt (' Jones !Fu-

CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND fee spent! the ueek-enU ---- .._-- day for Tampa where she has actepted I' : bony of Mrs. O.. K. Bowen ncrul Home here.

her mother ?IrH. K. K. Canova. I Leslie Biggs a student at the I a position un x-my Ilnllab-1 I| .
pRoGRESS(; OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN University of GeorgU In Athens, |oratory technician In the office of

I,' Ml's.n.. J. Griffin of St. Augus.I! will spend the week-end here with ) Dr. W C. Blake. Miss Brown.

I_ I tine is the j guest of her l"mghtt'r.1) Mis. K. L. Biggs I was accompanied to Tampa by her I OWN YOUR OWN HOME ;
Mis! K. L. Biggs patents Mr. and Mrs. II L Biown-

Lfro and, Mrs. E. W. "I :Mr.! and Mia. C. A. Knight and I Jacksonville;Mr. and -Mrs.-;:were; Randolph guests-; -R.re01:Sundayof j Sunday lee, who. returned to their home Build Now On F. H. A. Plan

ieaduy l
Miss Loral Bennett spent the Mis.\ Boree's parents Mr. and
i I wcek-er.cj In Milliard with I Mrs. G. I H. Bennett I '\OII I OKi'of xrrt.lt't'1'to.. I Come In Let's Talk It Over
Mrs. L E. Moscley -_ auvt'S'1 'rte IIFEDtlruatp ; : I IO'I'WI'
I I I c. olllo., I il.:I)
visitor In Gainesville. 1! :Mrs VV. B. Mundy and Mrs Jim I
:Miss Rosalind Jacobs will spend :-; : IS HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY
-- HKKICIIY: IIi! \ MN-, Tlmt
I! I
I I 1, Godwin spent Tuesday in Jachson- this week-end in Jacksonville as .Mr I ... Irtna 1 1 I I'L ,1.Neal! lillT of '-6 ,
Billy LongJacksonville. spent ville. 'ft Tux .'..' tirlriila, No. 2SI.! iHMliiMl, lli"
the guest of Mr.: and Mrs. Fled :li' l lav of Every Branch of INSUKANCKSTAKKK
[ | < "!rIM'' \ li mil: him i iL
---- Guy. I' fllt-il mine In lily office nod IIIIH
: j i i !\fl'. ant) MIH W A. Stein and made l 1.lh'lIllon for a f lax .1..1 l inlie
Mrs, W A Stein 'daughter ---- ----- 'IxHiiiil 'llu-icfin, KII lit .sat If."- tsribrnrea -
Loui..ew"l'e visiting Mr and Mrs J..J. (':tnoVR Find tin fi.lln\\'log ilHOi \llnulinopillv --- ---
I pcnt Monday In t ft lends In Gainesville I In Ilif I: .l'i mily' tif" Iliuiirotil< ,
: ) .. son of Gainesvilleeie Xtnte of Florid. lo-u It:
I --- --- W.I I Thursday, of Mr. Canova's mother ) Nor" thwtsl1 in,it it t' .,.r SmilhiMiMijimnvr
V Knight M','MUM 17 III\MIHIII| II I
Cot H 511x.Valet' !Huker und '|
CO."I, Mis 15: f:. CanovaMis smith. .Itnniiu 22 'Seat: cmilHlnIMK .
I In Gainesville I A. Stein spent Friday In ,Mrs.V'I ____ ___._ i I I 40( iiiit'H, hint..> nr" lire<
__ : ville 'I'IIH HNHvHHMU'nl i or t lli. ,.* said. properly | -
Gill and
( Kay granIHon'l uiuliM' III* said rel t Ifli illi'' I Innmilvan
I Tommy Gill O. H. ]Lowell, |, In the, matins. of .1. M I Vrulij.
Mis. T, J. PeSha of'at.Jo I flll.-MH Haiti CvlliridllO" shall )I.< 10
was and! Mrs\ J. n Doyle spent Sundayin I il.'cmi'cl til-fin,.. lute to ln\\'. ih.. inniIIV | -
I the guest Monday of Mis. C. Green Cove tpiinss with ,' .laa't I'Ilii-ll Ul.-lHll, Mill Ion rued
Crum[>let. 11.1 Mr'l I IMis to \lh" highest bidder .lit Ilea mintIIOIIHH
Annie .
I Doyle's mother door mi ihu flint. Moiulny' in
the month of Ih'ePntb.I >i I'Mhlih! '
: I In Die. 11\\lh of Hi-i-i'lllln'l. .,
> weI-1 returned tiny 11U7liateil
frM.I I K. (;. Duncan '
I 1F! YOU I spent J. W \\ home thin Jut. day' of November,,
nesday in Gainesville ax the guest Monday afternoon after spending: I 1'MT! :

BUY SELL OK of 1hand Mrs. Hldred Duncan three days in Jack>'!on\'lIIe as theguest IIKKIC1L!,\. J.SHAD TIlllMAS.

SEE US -- ---- of the Rev. and :Mis Laurie I j I'lotk. lit I'h cult Culllt nttlinilfi fl.OICIDA
>'id ioiintiliiitd.v' -
Mr and JJis T. D. Dyul of G. \Ray and family ll-fi-M-12-l: JoI.IA.IUI'E
I Biooker of
were guests Monday

REALTY I II Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal. Mis R. L. Kemp has returned I l BANANAS 4 Lbs. 15c
| I '\oini-: U'I'I.U"'I"'%
I --- --- ---- from Baitow, where she attendedthe "
bolt 'l \ uFFD: :
are occupying an apartment! at the :, Mrs. Virginia: Carpenter of Jack- annual convention of the Florida <..<-iinliIllll '\0.O'I'IC'N tulle
(I home of Mis !F. H. Long. sonville was the week-end guest of :\; i .is lil:"I'IIUVI'S.( That
Woman's( Chilstlnn Temperance \v. II. Miiith, iioiiii, if Tax. ffiurliale
< \ -
Mr. and Mrs J. J K. Wilson Union. No. li7.} lf.KiiMl \the jiil., hy l ofJlUffllHt. Lettuce Ea. 71/zc( Carrots Bch 7cI
I A. II. 111.11.' has' filed, MIIIIIMin
------ -'- ,
1-- I niv oflltH and hnM, ,tiuiil niilU-a| |
NOT TOO EARLY I. Mrs. A. Sauls anti Miss Helen Mis A. F. Sauls left Thursday Hull fin .it tux dae.l In hi |Issued| r
Prather spent Tuesday in Jackson Iheit-iin., Said rert' 1 lfleuls. t'ltibiHieMIhH
visit. In Miuml. .
for a ten days' ,
foltnutiiK drarrlhrd l pi i ,pt-rty In I I>KM: ( 1OI'S K.ITINU
ville. While there !Mrs Sauls will be the tho ,I'oiinty of liiniiroirl, Miito. of t UKK COOKINOAPPLES
1"'lol. liln.< tn-w ItH.inthfiiHf :
-- -- ----
house guest of Mrs. Evelyn Mad-

:Mis., J. P. Roberts spent the drlx. i uiiiti1. - dOZa 20c APPLES 31b lOc
: week-end in Brooker visiting relatives -I '- -- herd A,"ii ,
nviof Noithviii't, 'iJiuirtiT' ofSlIlllhUIHt
p Mr and Mis. Arthur !Mantissa. IJIIIlll.., .l' i4.'l tun 24
_. ---- I and baby Ann left Monday for' 'I'ow. pistil ii U Hmillt. llaniic" 21 -
I:.UHI..1 lontiihiitiM. ; nil ACIBH, mare" Winesap Eating APPLES 31btOe
Mrs VV
O. Miss
I PoLimd where they will make their or ,JOHH.Till .. I ,
i White and Sherman Bates spent home Mi Manassa is engaged inbusiness .a.....M.'I' of lhl Mil. hl |iri1-|
Saturday in Jacksonville. illiiiulir. the said. reel i ltlenlo IHHiitil .
i _.. In DeLand. was lii HID name nf, A. K. Mat NKU: CROP -- --- -- .
--- ---- eiiiiernliHR
1. .AMr.M Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Johns I and Hiilil. rf-itlfli-ale/ shall l"n IPileiniiil .
spent Ml\ and Mis R. M Griffin
1. i ,._c...+ ," Hitoiillnw' ,Id hew' tin inonrity -
N _4 ir last week In Gainesville! us guests children returned to their home In ileMi.rlbvtl 1".111, will b.l sold< : CMIAEK
.4' I of their son and d.iughlcr-in-law I ID I".** hlKht-Ht, hiililiT< .ni, the limittiouHH
M.Y./ after a
t7 ''Sl. I'eteisburg Thursday 25
/ rr tool on the feral Muniluy In
I Mr. and Mrs\! Freeman Johns. WN k's visit with Mr. and Mrs. A.I I' tin iiionlli' of I I'M'i-nilie, i', 'H7" \. ihlih
I In .the nth day of I Urrsniba., 1117
-- H. Johns I IMiss
: hated thin 'IHI' duty nr o.I'r" lbs.,
Mrs. J. S. Culbieth of Orlando .. -- : 1117.! :

and Mrs M. McCutcheon of Jack- : Martha Brownlee, a nurse (UFFII'It.SEAL)
I A. .1. 'rIlOIf.\/ot., /
sonville were guests of Mrs. Effie at Riverxide Hospital in Jacksonville I'lflU, .r Cllilllt" C'onrt| | rifKUirlda.
Johns Tuesday afternoon spent Sunday here with her HI.nllf.\. \ t'ouuly' ..
t -- -- parents Mr and Mis J. M. i
Mrs. Edward Burns, Intake clerk I Brow nlee.
i\ TIIIMI: ": UI"1! TIII: 101'1'1'1UI": '
Bradford Clay Baker, and I 11.i lit 11,1' I II
Nassau Counties Is ill at her homehere. Duncan Church of Green Cove It appt-ailiiK. l:by iitfliltivit flitl) !In ,
I I that .-l utln. iiiiiHiIn' ,t'luiilt l'onil: I
Springs spent several days in Il I I ISlaike I I Iviailforil'.. t'nnniv IloiMit In ('ha nIcry Flour75c
-- this week with his mother ,I t .'10"I'\:: ;::: : :: \ It a. IMallillff'v -
( \ ilrrrllilant i
The JuniorTuman's Club will '
I Mrs. Julia Chinch.'and brother, A. : "" (Iha filer, piiixil. fur .hciiiH. HI. '
meet Tuesday, November 10 at 3:30p. : C. Church. :" I...,...*; I hul. HIM defendant, IM arise-
"", of a statr nr Oniiiiy unknown I n
at the Woman's
We Have Them m flub. All
I to Ihu pia| 'inure. nod that thorn IMmi ,
members are urged to be piesent.Mi I K, D Weaver of Massachusetts' ; person In the Hi ill.of Kloi,"Ida.
With Printed Name Mf-r\litf ot ,iHMNoniil. IIIIUIHH upon
-- will arrive this week-end for a visit -
j I whom would| lu-i'Hiina lly hind Hiiiililifi '
From $ I Per 50 Up and Mrs. F. F. Flume and with his brothn-ln-l; and sister -, 'ndant.IT .
daughter, Miss Clara Flume, spent i Mr and Mrs. W II. Smith of 14' lilt 1 lhh,: :1':1' Hint 'tinl.Irhrodent l U'III'!''': RIBBON I 8E4'rLardlb.lO!'
llavinond i't'Ita, to' thuliltl
appear| |
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH the week-end In Jacksonville as I I Sampson City of.Complaint, on I"hi* alb cif. f>ufiniliii )
guests of Mr and Mis. R. W Mills 11)17'): filhi-iwlNM.t .a liin-r-,' l'i''o
-- --------
t'oiifiHHolll IIH entered' utfnliiHt''
.--- .-- Mrs S It Johns Jr., and baby, him fur.., his. fn.. liars,. to .IIIIHHI| | ;, I huttlilM CNKII'
-- ------- -- -- A. J. Thomas T. K. McClane\ Ji. I Dorothy Ann spent a few days the I oi<.1t-i .lie publlnhvil inn e H week
fur four i oitMeint Ive wpekM In UIHtiiailfoid
and E. L. Matthews attended the first of the week In Jacksonvillewith \ County or"'N'rlll.h.' n
NAT SEZ : Rotary Club luncheon In Gaines- I Mis. Johns' parents, Mr. and 1 ,IIIIPI-I llMhoil, In of Isiaiirnnl iieneial. County i'lr.'ulntloH., Klurlila1VITM3SHMY n..wH.1.'

silk! Mrs. 1.I H. Ritch. IIANIJ AM ole
Hole you p\er JMM-II In a more I Tuesday.Mr _......... - "--- ,i'll'I .M I. HK 3itl." .,\l I 1917., of said Com t I his .Nil.vpnibvr I

\her htorrkeriirr mte us I and Mrs. H. C. Wall of Tallahassee Dr. and I Mis\ C. F. Sayles left A. J. THOMAS, l
were week-end guests 011 Monday for their home In Miami Clerk of Circuit Court nfItrailfoift
lit fa\or
though was doing you "it ( Flui Ida.llv .
Mr. Wall/ patents, Mr. and Mis after spending two days>' here with County 1"
letting Muiielnlng from. I / .1 I It. Kelly, I/t C.
; Jon ; I
W,. : .
L. Wall.A. Judge and Mis' J B. 1< I'eiryman T, KIlAiNK/:' IAMlll'M 1
'r' him? Yea sir, doing you a (:1\or. I -- ---- and other relatives. Dr. and Mis.' ,Atloini-v' .lor riiiinilff.. RICE5Lb.

ThnfA kind of funny l bm't It-.* KemlnuM i L. Kahr JI'? for several- years Sayles were en route home after II '-61-IJ-3'

IIH) of the fellows Nh1Uard ( connected with the filling station spending the summer In Little

to sell\ gold mine stork, they ul- I I business here, recently opened a Switzerland N. C. 17c 5 Lb. .25c

wily" said llie.were. doing you tt station in Lake Butler. .
.lack-Adams, a student at Emory
favor letting you hair m>nu> of It.11'ell I I
Dr. W. E. Murphiee of the State University In Atlanta Ga., and
In our more' It's the l'e\el'8l', L WHAT TIP TOP COFFEE Lb. 25c
Farm and Dr. H. B. McLendon attended Sherman Bates who. is a student ,

we art the ones who lire lieing far the Florida Medical at the University of Florida, were TALK of the :;CQFFEE Lb.jT' :19c

\orml nnil we try to ..how.lt, ciation in Ocala last ThursdayMiss ASso-1 recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. O.'W. ,

.1 t -- White and family. I BULK COFFEE, 2 Ib> .: __ 25c

Miriam,Gertrude Stubbs Heeling of Green; and Cove Miss :Mi and Mrs. H. C. Buforcl had Maxwell House COFFEE, lb. 29c
lii BUY !i iI

NEW here Springs Monday.were business visitors as end their Misses guests" Addle during and Rosa the week Bals- I TIP TOP TEA, /2-lb. 25c

.' den, Mis Alice Jones, Miss Marie I Philips PORK & BEANS, 6 cans 25c ,
Friends here are glad to know Ba.HH: Kirby Johnson and Don Stile

that O. R: Stansbury returned Friday ley, all of Jacksonville.! i SALT MACKEREL, Each _. 5c
BLOUSESFOR from Riverside Hospital wherehe .. .. __ I

/spent ten days as a patient. Mr. and Mrs' K. G. Duncan and FLA. Kill

'R. F. Thels will attend the Ceor-
-- ----
Miss Kitty Hogseil will spend' gi.-!<'lol'ldn football game In Jack. ,
FALL l. this week-end in Jacksonville as I sonville this week-end. Walter lb. 9c

the guest of her aunt :Mrs. Kitty I Trout man, nephew of Mr. and Mrs\

Lane. Duncan Is member of the Geor ,

WELL STYLED gia team
d--r.n;;;; d; ( I I FLA. ('JlI''K
I Miss GI Baxley, - --

IN' !SMMIT MC\V ('OLOICSThey're "1I. Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tnti Rev and Mrs Homer

W II. Hart and Miss Lucille Thompson of Jacksonville were
nejy. K..n-I guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. L. Steak Ib. llic ,

The Last I A. Davis The Rev. Mr. Thompson I

I Tate Powell publisher of the ) Is the presiding elder of the I

Word I Baker County Press, and Sheriff S. Methodist Church of the Jackson I e

In Blouses 1 R. Green of Baker County were I villo district. Sunday afternoon
visitors In Starke !last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Davis and their I LAMB STEW Lb. 17c

PRICED AT I guests visited, the Rev. and, Mrs W. GREATp

I Mrs L. K.Moseley had as her A. Fischer in Gainesville. THE *
'guests Sunday afternoon Mr. and I I W
$1.19 Mrs. Bill Pitman and Mr. and Mrs. The W. C. T. U, meets as usual

I all 1 of Jacksonville. Ion F'I Iday afternnn at three o'clock
I ISU ( Harry Moseley/
I : ,this week at the borne of Mr. and "

W and children !\frl>. J. T. Quigley. Mrs. R. L. t"i'w'.r :
I Mrs. C.
.\ .\ IIIGIIEK OR.\DE i of Gainesville were guests Sunday, /, Kemp, who represented the Unionat MODEL Ml-Pentode I : ,

I of Mrs. Beasley's parents, Mr and the State Convention In Bartow Audio Mrctern, rlro.Dy-
I last week will give account of the itamie Speaker Automatic '

AT I Mrs. W.-C. Manning.-- I meeting. Friends'uf the Temper Vision Volume Dial Control With Glowing Rlde I PALMOLIVE __ 6c SUPER SUDS sFoit

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Nuss- ance cause are always welcome. Beam Station Finder. 2 llu t4 IH IM Wlttllf. /ItASUDS n 25
I II baum of Jacksonville were dinner Tuning Hjn..-.. Beautiful. OCTAGON. SOAP FOIL CONCENTRATEDOCTAGONPOWDER e
Mm T: T. Long Mrs. W. H. walnntrrprmluetlon I
of Mrs. Nussbaum'sparents SUPER
guests Sunday :* "'K
$1.95 Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs. Hart, and Miss! / Lucille Kennedy cabinet_ }Qg IM IM LJ kr WHtun _> 25c
I -- - spent the weekend In Baxley, Ga. I ;

Mr. and Mrs. E. Carles Mrs. R. :Mrs. Long was the guest of her '
and sister, !Mr, and .\.NL1tKSTEIi.V F
G. brother-in-law
Tarratus and Mrs\ J. Franco HARTGO.
IT PATS TO BUY ATSTERNBERGS all of Jacksonville were the guests Mrs. T. H. Slade. and Mrs Hart

Sunday of Mrs. Mike Dew. Mr. and Miss\ Kennedy were guest Dr.! und of j I IF WHITE l BACON Lb. 16'c"O1' | ;

Miss Kennedy's parents,
I of Caries Panama Is the and consul Honduras.' In Jacksonville Mrs. F. D. Kennedy. !! !lTPP" GO.\ v


\-' 'I:<. ..., ... .. ."- - I -- -

.. '""" ""- ; -,. ",."" -

rAGE SIX -c-: ...! a. IM! ,
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'I.city tinder the said certlflcnte lamed IH the nth day ..f --.;:;__
""LORIO.rP.C.N:: CROP ''WH. In the name of rnhnnwn. i tat ell HUH an) u I w+,

TO BK SMALLER: THANPROOI'CTION I'lilfKH said certificate shall bn redeemed OFFICI-Vl.. KHAl'i:
IN 1936GAINESVILLEFlorida's f I according to law, the property A. J. T1IOM I I tar
-Ii described therein will be Hold letk! of ,
to the hlKhext; bidder at the court H.etr".I', !
1 LIVE STATE NEWS jiotiHe door on the flrNt Mundnv in 10-22-51-11-19

1937 the month of December, IIU7 which ---
FARMERS SECTION pecan crop will be slightly smaller |I.. the fllh day of Di>cvnib. ...l'i 1H.I7.: .NO IK 1.: ol-.' Pl',
I Dated thin 2.rith day of October, VLucille It t1101
I'- than that of lust year, accord- News of Florida in Short Paragraphs I I 1 I 1917OFFICIAL: (11I"1.Malt T)IIII.. \n... .I"X01'I

I Demonstration Agents ing to G. H. Blackmon, State Ex- I ( 8F3T) <'I': IN 11L11: ; ;, V '\'
Conducted tt
; by I A. J. THOMAS, P. Kilnnm.: I '
periment Station horticulturist To- I clerk of Circuit Court ofHradford Tnx ivnlf-ni.| \, nm

tal production this year will be County, Florldii' III h Jay of AIIR-IIM. i tl 'ht
I 'IO-2l-Ct.l-2A! | flied HHiiin In iv, ,," vet
about 1,500,000 pounds. ---- made Hpplli-ntlu,1' "i"'::1 1 bat

RULES: FOR Yields in the Monticello area are NTKSKS' HOME: 0'1'1' or "'PI.H' 1'10" lie 'iMmU'll IlKMf'IH SKI, I " HEALTH XVII.\T IT COSTSJACKSONVILLECoat embraces
j I KOIt T\ l KIiMeniile : ) r..lh'\I|| HUat
CHILDREN reported to be especially good this I of Jack- TALLAHASSEE The Batson- ( 11111 >o. l :3NOTICM > liroperty In 1 Hi* fou I riled'

while trees In the extreme I Cook Company Inc., of West Point IS I IIKKK1JV n IIVHN I That Stale of Klorldn' tom,' II' !"rd,
RURAL year sonville's government next year ,V. 8 Slbley holder' of Tax Ceitlflcute Nortli-liiilf of South! ., ,,
1. Play hard and fairbe loyal western part of the state are not Ga., won a $228.956 State contract N... H7B Issued. I the 7th, day of of Southwest\ QIKIIT. J '
) $9,000,000 '
i COMMON SENSE teammates and generousto bearing as heavily but are produc- will be approximately for construction of a nurses' homeat July A. I>. 1930: lies. filed Hams In East TowiiNhlp, 0 South\ : I r'; ..Il v
to ,
will !
your but all except about $1,125,000 my office and haH made appllcntfon coiilnlnlnK !' I' :
opponents. ing good yields Mr. Blackmonsaid. I the State Hospital for the In- for a tax deed to b" iHHiied\ thereon. or less .
SFtDS JOHNSON your I be raised by revenue from public embrace the follow- The anKeHftntnnt ..r > .
Sold certificate \
By It
Do not eat any- After producing very heavy sane in Chuttahoochee. Secretaryof awl'
2. Eat slowly. utilities license fees etc. The milIllge /Intf dcHcribed' properly In the Conn. erly iindvr ihn HHlil Miifi : i1"1")"'
thing except fruit or milk between yields last year, trees In the east- will be two mills higher than State R. A. Gray announced the Iy of Krndford, State of Florida. to- wnM In the "R tn.. ,f ,- .h 1'1'.".'"H'
UnleHH said lrbui. t
FLORID.R.IRS: !: TAN meals. Chew food thoroughly.Never ern section of the state are pro- last year, totaling: nineteen mills. award. He said' it would be paid Wit! deemed RocordlnK: cell l t"I|, \I,, .,jl,I M '..
of North-Went
ernE EXCELLENT PORK drink water when there Is ducing considerably lighter crops A by a forty-five per cent WPA South of Half North-Kant Quarter Quarter Sec-- arty llvxil-lhrd |Ihel'>,., ,, .ill, ,.J""V-

Kri'r.Y FOR HONE I'SKIt food in your mouth. Drink water this year. grant and the remainder from ten 12 Townxhip 8 South, Range to house Ihn door lilithexi' blddel, .,, "H' .
FREE ICE ('REAMPUNTA 20 on the ny." ?. ,s.l'Url
22 KiiKt,
the day. State funds. Put of the State's containing acresnn the month of Deri-nn> '
several times during The good yields in the Monticello : e or ICBH.The ? .t--,:;
I Is easily posHlble for Florida 3. Brush your teeth at least and extreme western Florida areas OORDA- $ .OOO fund portion will come from Insurance i iiHHeHHment of the mild prop-, wlilfh 1937. I la the Glli iin |I 'Ver

farmers to raise good( quality pork twice day. Rinse your mouth out make for the lighter established by the late Albert W. the cltv" tinder I the mild certificate IH.Kiied 1>atcMl I thin mil de., fi'OFFICIAL
I excellent a will almost up of Florida 1908 on nurses' home that burned I wee In the name of J. .M. Truby.I'nleHN \9:17.( : |.
and to have it cured Into well with water after each meal. yields in eastern Florida and will Gilchrlst governor early In the year. I mild certificate' shall be re.deemed ( : SEAL)
and attention to 1912 free Ice cream for according to law the
provides prop-!
extra care
E A little bowels move A. J. Tilt. I.I'
meat 4. Be sure your make 1937 production only slightly 4
. -- lerty described therein will be HoldMo
and assure children at Punta Gorda's annual I ''lei'k fif. f'|.
will pay at least once each day. smaller than that of 1936, the horticulturist the highest bidder at the court JIt'adfortl O
I farm family of an ample sup Hallowe'en celebration Interest on There are 6.657 miles of railways honne door on the first Mcndav In :
the 5. Keep clean -- body clothes explained the fund Govel'norGilchrist within the borders of the State of i Ihe month of pen-ember, 1937, w'hlch'Ia 10.15.It-I1.12-
ply of needed meat. mind. Wash your hands always + bequeathed by I the ftth day of December, 1937.!
. Due to the fact that the weather and I Is used to pay for the Ice Oklahoma. Dated thin 2'ith day of October,
before eating. Take a warm KKTTEK; LIVESTOCK 19:17I CROSS CHILDREN
of the time in Florida cream A varied entertainment
most I
with once or twice a INIH'HTRV !'IEENT
bath NO'IICHNotice .
I difficult to cure meat at soap program Is being arranged for theIallowe'en I A. .1. TIK I.MAS. MAY HAVE
, it is week; a cool sponge (or shower) RECENT: FIELD DAY I in !ir.>liy iclven that .>n tin- I 1' Cletk of Circuit: Coint of WORMS

:. home successfully and without loss. bath each morning before breakfast celebration next Saturday lath day or November, A. I). 1937. Ij I j Miadfoid. County Florida.'' Witch for upset little' 't[
T fact however should In nowise ulll file mv vouchers and final no- I 10.211litI1.2.1O'I'II'H! \ brnth. (r.iluln.... lOll of ,.,mum, tj
; This 1 Bhi ,
to glow much better kme
and rub your body a KISSIMMEE- A rountltli the lionnrnlilff K K. Ferryman around nose and arm. Thry .
from -- m* B.r
Florida farmers --- --{ .jurm \t\
I deter with a rough towel. livestock industry for Florida with County Judge. of Bradford \ : OF rri.ic'iio' or round worm.. Whn.'i Cream 'Jrrmdg.|
I .unl Klorliln, and petition the I
of the 'ICSS ...
having a bountiful supply DKAD FROM: "( -. hit ably and for y .. ttlubl. nwiilj
6. Try to keep your companions, even more rapid Improvement in Court In he illxrharfr! aa Admlnlntmtor 1.01& 'I" : 1):1':1) the worm. and lon.d ih,
home-raised product. It Is possible ORLANDO--Phil Farness 34, of the 1:.llfle..r David R Nolan j torniile Illll ".,. IL'1)NOTIt'1 : Whit.'. Cream V.im.luBa, dfliiu ,tray
children away future than has occurred during
I home especially young d.IH..d.S 1'I ': IS JIKItKIlY" niVIIN:: That' druftgiMB.CAKPENTEU'S. t.cumm.ndtd k.
to construct satisfactory from those who have contagious recent years was envisioned at the Houston Tex., "aviator died here Wolnwrlght, Administrator.. 1 I if. H. stolieH. holder of Tax Certificate
to have the 10-15-4t-ll-5 .No. I 12. lashed the "I\y..f, AUK-I The Mewl: \
cut'Ing Ice boxes or from the effects of poisoning Aare{
annual beef cattle field here
diseases. day I list, A. D I":II, line filed cHiiic In mvoffice OTHER nun
meat cured at cold storage plants burns and shock received' when his -- and lugs made for MOHKsDoes
7. Use your handkerchief to October 27. Some 8,000 cattlemenand I O'I'U'( I: OP PPI.U"TIO" application
) which specialize In this> service. plane caught fire and he was forc- POIl T\\ 1):1): a tax deed. to be Incited thereon. SaidleitlflciilH -
cough try others from corner of the .
cover a sneeze or every 4"rnn<-. 11111 No. 111:1: > embraceN the followingdeHcilbed Bladder i
.; There are forty-six such plants to avoid coughing sneezing, or state assembled to hear addresses ed to land In an orange grove near NOTH'K 'M IIBRMHV OlVrl.V: That I property, In the County tifIllndforil rcplarity
41, out about here. Fariless an aerial f.lie-Mi-, "-;"\wards holili-r of Tax Mate of Florida, to-wlt! (
In Florida anjJ they cure blowing: your nose in front of oth by leading agricultural and pub- was grove I'ertltlente' No. 674 l.Nn
six million pounds of meat a year ers. lic officials to eat barbecued beef, duster using an airplane to spreada day of July A. 11.I li'lo! : hall filedBIinn of "' "ulh.I RHI Quarter, Sec.I ;Make this 25c text d ,It, ,
io i
f lg for farmers. Managers of these 8. Study hard, and In study, and to mingle with friends. powder used by citrus growers to pllrnlUm In my for oft n 'Ira lax unil deed him to marts be ap-I I I I I lion Mange 22 20 Township East, containing' H South. 20i 25o.In four Flush dale the no kidney bade: and get: desard' your

plants have made a> special study do best. kill Insects. Hospital attaches said thereon Hnlcl reitlflciitB. embraces i I acre more or, ICKH.i the bowelH. ai u nou.d.
work or play you The event was staged by the Os- i I Help nature eliminate.

,r'i of meat curing In cold storage and 9. Sleep. Get at least ten hoursIn ceola County Cattlemen's Association the flier's death did not result from the the County followInK: of d!Bradford*H< 'rlhtnl ,property Slate or In i I!prop-erty : \ :: I 1 I : : polHonou which call wattle cause' the and'Irrliatl n, et. acj| .

]I have consulted with animal husbandmen bed. Keep windows in your bedroom N. Ray Carroll president, crash Injuries but principally from Florida: to.wit i l I INoiihhnlf one In the inline ,Abram Kelley. may result In getting ip Inhti that
J In the Agricultural Extension poisoning which developed on his of Northwest Quarter L'nleHM wild certificate shill. be redeemed scanty flow, frequent: : ilmiri. a0j
open. with the State Cattlemen's Asso- of .Soiilhwevt Quarter Except according to law the burnlnxr let
.t buchii
I property lea\f
Service. They are qualified 10. Be cheerful and do your ciation as their guests. A speak- back where the flesh was badly S ,\,'.'.... In NorlhviiHt Corner &: described therein will be Bold oil and 6 other drugs matt ,,Into juniDti.IK.

'1 to cure meat as It should be school and burned. ":",'ppl 1 Acre far I'hinvh. Hectlon to the hlKheHt bidder at the courtIIOIIBB tl. greeniruggistsLocaily fay
best to keep your your ing program, cattle exhibit and :: 31 Townnhlp 8 South, door on the firm' Monday In to ILII at Carpet.
F cured, and to turn out a product home clean and attractive, and to rodeo were feature +- ICaiiRe 22 Hunt: coiUaInlnir 16 I the month of December. )ui7.\ : which ter'g. The Uexall Drug fctorr;

that will be satisfactory In every't' make the world a better place to NEW RKGISTKAT1ON( LAW Aires more. or lona.Thu .
1, Dr. Wilmon Newell, director of n H >Hmeiit of the snli property -
' way. Their charges are quite reasonable live In.another. TALLAHASSEE- election under l the nld c"itlf Icato In.
i the Florida Agricultural Experi- HIIHI! was. In the name of T. J. AtI'lilocH -
for the service, and the far laws will require registration! booksto dermml, FUNERAL DIRECTOR

1 Is saved the danger of loss considerable quantity Is ment Station congratulated the be until the
kept Saturday
1 mer cattlemen on improvements they open said pcrliriciite hnll fco reIlrenlyd My Many Years Experience Make It Possible for :Mr to Reader
;I through spoilage of his meat. cured without ice. However, it Is night before the first primary next nrriirdliiK lo law the property
are in their beef cattle rll/ >f>i| ihoi-clii'
making will
i sold
. 1 Estimates have placed the known that not enough meat to May Attorney General Cary D. lo his hiichext Milil..r nt the>n court EFFICIENT PROMPT: and COfRTEOI'S !SEH\I( K:

; amount of meat needed on Florida fill home needs Is cured at home in through breeding, and reviewed the Landis has ruled. He wrote John lames door "ii the firm ;Moodily' In MODERATE PRICES
$ work of the Station in the month of Dare fiber,
farms at about six times the quantity Florida, and that the quantity Experiment W. Cone of Tampa that it will inconvenience IH the mh day of Uecemler 11137 1H37.which DeWITT C. JONES

-six million poundscured annually could profitably be Increased. studying breeds, mineral needs of supervisors "but In order hated l this 11th day of October Starke Florida
t. '
cattle in their feeds from Florida 1937WFFICIAT.
In cold storage Figures indicate The Agricultural Extension Service for the primary election to be S13AI.) I
t soils, and the Interest in
f. thnt between 100,000 and In Gainesville has a bulletin on grasses. legal the statutes must be com A. J. TlfOMAS.'!
cured In the He recounted briefly the important I lork of Clii'iilt ('", ".t of
200,000 pounds mOle are butchering and curing pork on plied with. A new law changed the
1 parts which the Agricultural Extension H'a.lfol'd Cuunly, F'lotlda.'
.{ home Ice: boxes.: No doubt still farm which gives clear directionsnot primary date from June to May but 10-15.51-lt.12

. :. only for the butchering opera-. Service and College of Agriculture did not change registration dates. '

I I Uc-ns but also for curing the meat.It have played and are play Formerly a month elapsed betweenthe Notice |Ic. hereby:\OTUI]given to all I
\ ing in cattle !In Flor
tell how to make home Ice boxes development two. whom It may concern that' I, Maggie 'I
t MODERN KITCHENS meat both with ida. Itirtt'I thaws, HH Kuaidlun of Liutone -
and how to cure
, ( +-- ( itlit, Albert Hlrt and OvorKe. I
, and without ice and cold storage. Assistant Director( H. Harold IU' .J"C'1'S IMH1 Tlt.t'KLAKELAND hart, will. tin the 7th day of Novem-:
need u/nlli and fatooli ,I,-'r, .1, 1) '1'II7.! : apply to Hie Vinnfv .
Free copies are available on request Hume of the Experiment Station
Judge or I 111'1.,1
Polk County voters founts', 1.'lurhl.) ,
1 by interested Florida farm- declared that the state's cattle Industry HI Iris ofrit In stiirkr, Klorldn, for
defeated n proposed greyhound in order, and authority to sell atl
will further than is
el's. go no racing plant near Winter l>.'lvni mile! HIM entire Interest. and
1I I l -_ ___+ made possible by grass and urged OHtnie I It" Population of California's two continued development of 'better Haven, unofficial reports from all anti to ttin followliiHr described liinda
but in the election In lirnilfonl" County, Florida to wit:
one precinct special
If.. state prisons has shown a marked pasture grasses. He said SK'i' of 'K'4:' iil'.o, ,Four acres on

: drop in the lust two years. there are today approximately 352 showed. The count.was 3,187 the I'.aft .|IH of K\V4 of NKi4! nil :
,. Colorful, waterproof jr..Mproof, for racing and 4,950 against racing. In xecllun' :ill. Twp 7 S 11 23 Ka t, S. T1i'bs'sIA.e9j
clean Til. needs no grasses native to Florida some I'oiiiHlnlnK H IKMCH, more or lens.
: t and ear to It's Easy T. B o Mistaken About good and others not so Improved The missing precinct recorded' () four Wlilch Kald iippliratlon. will be
ppk*.p or dcoralion. votes against racing in the August htl upon the : now file
, \
STOMACH TROUBLE grasses have been and are the: Court, IJ'lI".I": : t .. nl 13th, I
i Ee m'lllct".nwitboutobllp' 17 election at which another 1937.

;rl f daD on or* M mo4 mlring work. Stomach sufferers should learn the. being introduced.A dog truck proposal was rejected. 10-11-41-11-5 Maggie" /Dirt "\Vllllanin' Gunrillivn. I ,

truth about ULCERS, GAS. ACID I The referendum was on a permit p -y Atrr.t'

1 CE.VTRAt. FL.%. INDIGESTION, belching. he..rtburn, blue darter hawk has its nests Issued to the Polk County Kennel HIII-II: Knit PI Hiii'vri '

TILE & MARBLECOMPANY constipation, etc., due to execsw* acid. in the tower atop a thirteen floor l\ I IIK I IT 1'1)111'1'. HM.IITM Jl'-I I
FREE UDGA Booklet contains facts hotel in Laredo Texas. Club. The August election was on 1111'1I., 4'IIK'I I'I', Illl tllKOIIII t

of interest The 9th edition, justolTthe, a permit held by Winterland Park (l'/l'\1'Y "TfllOK 1.)1111) I. ma aces
--+ IN rllA('KII: V.KHWI.V .
07V.. nouinlury press mayprove your first step to happy Inc. ('. .ION: :KM: a tudw vita' .
Gaines, \lIle, Florida )Kst( stomach com fort! Clip this to rem md Young chickens should be vac -- -.--- Complainant t McC pu \
von to ask for the UDGA Booklet alCARPENTERS cinated for chicken pox when they v.. !LS
KK1 STORE are from ten to fifteen weeks old.
I ORLANDO The Growers and DefendantIt
appearing" bv nffld.ivlt appended
Shippers League of Florida said to Ihe bill filed In the nliove.

Friday it had been advised the In- stated: rouse' that Alice O. JonPH. the 1I
defendant I therein I
; IN n nonreHldeiit -
SYMBOL terstate Commerce Commissionhad of the Still of Florida and
I I 1\t.\\StHE OS0'Qi1' approved rail freight rate re- 'In a '.....ld.1I1 of Taihor ,City. Ninth
('"" ..Ulla over I the aRe of twentyone N eC
HSs ductions on citrus fruit shipped y..arM; It IH therefore .Ior..d'' s : -J
: that Riild' iion-reHldent ( "' ,,,,
from this State to Albany Troy nci 0 ..
and she ,N heiehv leqillreil' to appearl I _'" Am.eleoa 1,lift
and Rensselner, N. Y. The reduc- to the hill of romplillnt' filed In KilldcaUHe n I'.rlca" 1Io'f& Gerd.m ,' 1 0 ....orl..all Grower I

i tions from eleven cents to on or before Monday the 6th. is Boflo' --te. 0 s'..do,.. ulryJournal1R' ,
iI range day of December, A. n. 1987, otherwise. : Naeld S As 0 slot.Teu11rY Galen.
n Ch.I.flall 1 I
i'I I I p I twenty-eight and one-half cents per the allPKatlonn of milil bill will o loans C lodger. P
L hundredweight. The Growers and 1 be taken IIH confessed by mild dePendant. I' o)11101. 11et.N.. ..leecall' It"Q g Farm Colin." Wom. I j
i Nom. 1Yr
'It'I'Ii Shippers League said the reductions It In further, ordered that thin order o N.u.hold M a e ettn.' Q flood .JounaJ'ato. "i vro
the rail be piihllnhed once a week for o 15005 Quo
were requested by .
, MILLIONS four foiiKerntlve Weeks In the Briidfoid MeC"1Ioa4 me Aete.N..dl.rro/l' ,
OF PEOPLI qodt5n. .n a 0 110. Yt
truck ,
roads to enable them to meet County" Telenraph. a newepaTier a -' woe Frlond f

CAME, SAW AND AGREED and boat competition. :Mate piilillnhefl In Hiild County und QTar.nt.\11'\40'. MOw..klYl.l t Yf QQ l.oVllo.N ou..held u09 ods. I I Yt f fa

+ Thin October i .dew World
19'h. 1917.A .
'1 "You'll be ahead withy FARMERS MY OBTAIN f InFF'I'f.1L sic A I.) o "olotlal T..ol. I 1 Yrg" '110m. iiI I. f vra
TTIOMAS.; tie //IP .. (.. I yr
Chevrolet ('OSSEln'ISOIST iltrk circuit Court. a 1Iomallll. BIO :..-- 1 T f __....lrlp) 2&loon '

f y 1 I 1 1 bhewunht. raeMa' FOR PLANTING TREES Ply J. It KKM.Y.!;: |I a Ill".' sot"___ 1 F. I Yil .
., peputy Clerk I ..... BOlio 1 ,. teE22 I i'
11 t Millions of enthusiastic visitors in Pixy.sty; brlpk df a.: TALLAHASSEE--Farmers their who Solicitor Itohert .If.fur human. Complainant. l>_. Canlo..i olmoit'II IY n' jam,=.... p pre .

1'! the first twenty-four hours! Score included tree-planting on lst-22-st-l1.19 I ao..lho AliI : B .5 sr J 1'r 41
soil conservation work sheets .
of thousands _
" buying orders! aWom"'Wo 7 rr 1-
\O'I'N'I:S OK .
i j. Thousand upon thousands. of rcquests prior to :May 20 and who have not TAX AI'PI.ie'1'I'IOvSolt IIKlilSennle :

110'1 for Ieinon planted thus far this year, may ( 11111 N 0. 111:0:
lratiuiin! That'sthe
I way people! are greeting then f Soea..h' .. ii..n.I-'- still qualify for payment by plant. .1.V.. Ih'evatt, holder of TAX (......llrl. '
S1? to.'yO between December 1 and 30, cute No.IS1*, Issued the 2nd day of
w 1938 Chevrolet-the car that is := :::":iau.:: .TwT: Ing to C. H. Coulter assistant .Inly' .\. Ii.. 19.14. hat filed Name In OFFER NO. I ALL FIVE OFFER NO. 3 ALt FOUR

I complete-the car that says to you \ rotoikgprol.reon. according tny office: mid has made application I ; This Now.papo..1 y,. FOR ONLY Thfa N.w.pa.,1 y,. rOil ONLY
for a the deed 1 to be lt
I state forester.A >Kiied thereon. :
the minute you see and drive it. '""1 for Said certificate eniliraceM the fol Magadn.a } }$? A0
of $5.00 acre Malla."o.
maximum $2.10
: per lowing ilencrlbeil 'profierty In the 4 B 3 A
; You'll be ahttiil wif/i tr Chn-rolet! tree planting Is possible under the I'ounty: :: nf, riradford., : Stat of Flor from Group how G.oup ...

Ida toantI'i :
.. soil conservation program where n' at Southeast Corner of North-
.-- "UIlING Is done on a basis of 435 w eat Quarter of Southeast' Quarter ALL SIX'
; I ) planting This Newspaper, I Yr. \ ALL FOUR This Nwtpap 1 Yr. -
& Hun North 2SO Yard to Point of .
So tof -to comforfabf or more trees per acre. Trees planted beKlnnliiK. ThenceVest O Ma 210
world_00 diffronr.flnoil rld'....". "'ho ten' to by ten feet or closer, will Vorth, 2111 feet Hunt 2111 feet South feet 0m from Croup A J$2025 2 from Group A }1)3 ?' ..55ztijSTORY
210 feet to Hefrlnnlng & 2 Acre Maqo.l.ee(
who IMaqailn B
qualify. Many farmers are on Ninth Hide of a 7a acre tract J 3 Irom Group B 611

(WITH lAP"" GUliS not qualifying for their full con of land In ;Northwest 'Quarter ofSoutheant .
Quarter Section 32 Town- .
k3 serving base on their lands can ALL FIVE
I ,... fthlp II South Ifnnire 22 Knot, containing ... I ONLYHousehold
I 10'. .laro-lI.htw. T. Story Y'
!) of !3 1 lent -- FOR
few acres Acres more or
easily by planting a I
wlerrondUnhnJeenarvellon so 11'r'
V : t b"lIhO. The n..H".nt of the mild prop. Magasin.. -. 25
Stories. _. I
pines.Mr.. un.ler } .
the Hiild
erty certificate Issued
"N noelsg' oa.h body a r'r-n Counlrr Homo _, _., I Yr52aod
that inter- i .1VAH In the name of Jn.. Albert O
\ 1. ,..."... .100 I..,. Coulter suggests I'nleiiM said certificate Shall be redeemed rrr: THIS NEWSPAPER 1

ested farmers contact their county acc.,irdinir to law, the propertv .
!1 "w K. agents to determine if they are us- dnncrllied therein111 be sold
to the htKThtfut Milder. at the courthotiHe MeCall'i Maflatlno __, I.yr ALL FIVE yWoman's
I ing their full base allowance and If door. on the first Mitndav In World _____ I.ys YOR; ONLY I '
O' Gly'cblo..1GoI.M.' f .fflc'' not, to plan to( do so by refoiesta- the month of Iiecemher. 1.17!) which Good Sttilo. _____ I yr }S .10
'q"' and oporn. 1"1: I".t"t th day of December 1417. I Farm Journal ______ I ye 2 1
i d .aaemy.hilMy.wP "opo" tlon plantings. If provision for this 26th day of October: THIS NEWSPAPER 1 1'1'
! 1 tree planting was not made on the 11!>37. I IOFFICIAL I
. 1937 work sheets it should be A. .1 T1IO.MA"' ,

borne in mind in 1938. clerk of circuit Com't ofItrndforrl THIS OFFER did

Ivlftg' prototllondroftt. Mr. Coulter stated that seedling 111-\( County Florida /--y,114

= I / "aloe dMNld' clouding." MMoko,erd, pine trees may be secured from the
._.... \\orirr.oF-'1'1.1(' "no I II
II L voctl ..0 .Of Park Service CI..d.menl
I I 1 Individually' controllodvonrllotlon. Florida Forest and loll TItKKI: : )

Nursery at Olustee at a cost of $2 (ikennte ll.mIIN'n: < lint. / I".... which Pl.... lond", I
NOTICK is ::-:, That .n. .............. or
per thousand f.ob. Olustee. Or- "'. S. Slbley. holder 4f ii of Tux Cer- the m.(.sines 1 h.". checked, lof ether with ,011'
.J' ... the tlflcate. No. f17f. Issued the 7th day of
ders may be placed through July A. I>. 1930, hall filed same In | subscription to your newspaper.
0JlMO.fl. District Forester offices located In mv office end hnn inud application. D Homo Offer d Story
Morn iHMillima '''...._mantkl" p.ymmu W HtU JW punt, it CffMral Jlf fm Kalu ONLY Gainesville foi a tux deed to be IHHIIAII there 1
Panama City '
on. Hnld certificate embrace* the
i Jacksonville and Lakeland. following deicrlhed property In the Jlam.--
County of Brad ford,' Slate of Florida,

Torode Chevrolet Co. seedling Payment application.must accompany Shipment will to-wlt Kant: t Quarter r>t North-\Veet of North Quarter-Ea.tQuarter = Street or R.F.D. .. ........._-.._._.-" J

collect. *
be made express' charge Section 12. Township H Mouth, I IUnnire I
Planting tools are loaned by the 22 Kant: containing lit. Town and :Sfatj.IP' :: ...............-
Here more or he*.. rw _
I Starke Florida District Foresters. The nHment of the laid prop. .._-ftt----.w-r.a. as ----


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<(< JlII I R( II mltEC TORY and we expect you back next week f \\1NFKK TIIIKMCS for the vacation at home- -like me KMCOII.MKNT; SETS KKCOICD:

u'i; ST (ChURCh T4IE BRIDE'WORI Sophie finally hit her husband witha With the winter touring season kids used to put the chairs m a GAINESVILLK- University of >

'II-r tA4i'. \. shepherd, 1'UHtor lamp and she got two years hard for Florida beginning now. Cocoa row and play train: Florida's! enrollment officially announced f

WI.' \ .nool, 10 0 clock a. m.. labor How are you getting" ; on with citizens, and thoxe in (the surrounding Move Into the smallest bedroomIn from the office of the registrar .

uflda'fhornSlip.. t. the high hats"V<"11 nil have a rural I district' may cxpert your haIl8('. If possible one immediately as 3.131 students, an all- { }

} J \\ .rlohlp, 11 a. m. RED goilIuuigh When you get buck to see an unusual number of over the kitchen. time high Officials saM that (

Morll111 f'!! 1. meets at 6'3Op. 121.Es'elfl DellI I ;tll.ne:: faces. The auto and trailer It your bed is boft and downy. while the University of Florida Is

"' t Worship, 7:30.: """ Anything Interesting ?" Hu"I'' .Me carrying" them In greater num- put couple of bricks in it. essentially a non-coeducutlunal, Institution I-I
Meeting. WednesH .,wri., OMTiii >, >< asked | bei limn ever into all parts of the Dig: II hole in the garden !get: IntoIt
r iE women fltiidrnts arc admitted
S ," 121.dItV tfr< e Only her eyes! showed the strainas land: and there will be the usual and cover yourself up to the under certain provisions and
H I number of transients neck. When you get tired of this 1
Prayer servIce Wed- she glanced up. Her lips wel'e hitch-hiking there are forty-nix coeds In thisyear's
l m.XKIIIUIHST. \' ()I'oI.: ..: Arm, !, a hinder irr a he dtmundevl, loiiRhly He had her binding. 'The same old Armallagosnip. with no fixed, destination just diversion wash yourself off with student Heaviest
J'i < p bcxly en- {
rc; > waterfront ('111.. In Trieste.\ l is In in his arms. IIIH face burled In, her as much of It as he thinks diiftris and bums 1 the !garden: hose. j

: > CHURCH tiitliloimhle, TrrieNlo' posing HI bronze, sheaf of hit Ir Then he held j I should know. He wants to be remember \ With the fact In mind that thou Don't have any clothes washed rollment Is In the general; college, 1 jj I }
A. Usher'' Pastor it woman of poxltlim. Her adcnture her off. "Whal's for two't'kll., totaling 1,820, of which 830; are ,
HI'I'1' the use of not s to all of you. His especial sands of these drlflets are of an

sunk iv School10 a. m. \' U. I lie result of \\eu1thyecint saying what. Ive got to say I regards to you Rudl, and to Irresponsible type and pick up n Sit on a rough board, in the hot freshmen' 001 sophomores._ j

jlornmgWorshipUa.m.rpwoith: ( Airnaliu'N drunken whim whether It s now or ten minutes I the Contesait." living through the winter monthsthe sun and hold H baited fishing line

League-6:45: : p. m. anil I IH to l.iHt for only two ueeks.Slie from now or Un hours from now. I j The Contessa was eyeing/ her lie- easiest' way they can get it, it in your hund. Squeeze table linens In heavy 1

etttutig Worship-7:30: p. m. ncountvrs.. (:iiillio, the II. don't want you to go iiwny Anne.I culiarly., "How nice." she said would be well to wutch your per- If you wish to take a quiet nap suds made from mild soap. Kubblng I

prayer meeting Wednesday at Ii ge. poNtnmn mid I.'. Imoliintiirlljr don't want to be here or any- calmly. "Particularly, since I ve sonal property a little more closely In the afternoon, put a radio nextto roughens the fine fabric and 4!

1 7 10 P. ni eiraa\ n to him, Then ..hemeets where else without you." met Count AI'maliC'X1'Ctl twice than Is necessary in the summer. your bed and turn It on full 'shortens the life of the al tide ',)

'you are United to all these serv- Kudl 1'nl and though he She said Inflexibly, "You'I'e engaged and we detest each other with a The average tourist expects to pay blast.

ices. IH. engaged Mudilc'lcn.i: :. .she reM to he married' to Mad<1e. glowing hatred." I: his way as he goes and can be In the evening, remove the

__ )I\<-H to \\in Ills loc HO that her lena." There was a shout from be Annl heard the silence spin. Huther usted.. But the drifters feel that screens from, the bedroom wIndows A Three Days' CoughIs

K,,,,.tti"id Baptist Church tO,1.... C'lln, stretch Into uIlletlme. low as the others came into view. the world owes them a living and HO that the mosquitoes can

E.'.. i. (ti. Hemingway, Pastor She tuined. "It's! :your problem plied voice"He was couldn't steady possibly.as she Not le- If they can't get It one way they get In to you. Your Danger Signal : ',

SerVICes! every Sunday. Bible Riidl. You'll have to face it." There after all the wonderful, things I've will another. As a rule they have (IL) up to the roof and expose No matter. how many medlcinei '

Study 10:1): a. m. Services at 3:30: (li.ipter "'1\P she thought tempestuously the written no regard for the property of others yourself to the sun until\ you are you have tried for your cough, chest
him about The
afternoon. you nicely Luult lued. Then take what- cold, or bronchial irritation, you can !
la and to
0 IoCk act's begun.! It sip to him to piny tension' was /growing within her. ace not averse appro- Bet relief now with Crcomulsion.

\PTIST CHURCH Annl scrambled up the little his pur t. "Suppose 'S ou all go In to break- printing:, through: theft articles of 1' ever exercises will make you stiff: Serious trouble may bo brewin-j anti ..

BETHEL mountain trail and! then, as she "ComeOil, down' (the Admiral fust I'll In fewmonleilts. food and clothing and, of course, and some you cannot alTorU to take: a chinc\ '1
HfV I. A. Ponnley, Pastor ,reached the lop drew herself erect shouted "The morning mails ."join you just a any money they may be able to'' When you have wearied of all with any remedy less potent than

Service: every first Sunday./ "Hurry Rudl," she called breathlessly here." locate, this ami wish to return to a norrml: Creomulslon. which goes ilcl'.t! to 'I
School 2:30: p. m. I She stood there, frozen as they the seat of the trouble and n' Sunday Services "we 11 miss the sun." As they strlJlI!'" ticrops the lawn, I truill'dwuv.. Then viciously, she It will he well to bear tlicHe factsin I life, sent, yourself a bill for $20 to to soothe and heal the Inftiimcd: '
Fiblc Study and Prayer a peak brUtltd Maddelena} mind $25 a week and don't' foigel a nice mucous membranes aid to loosen
Nearby fragrantly ui geil, "Please" hurry. crumpled, the letter. On despairIng during the vtlntor tcmrlHt '
| every Saturday night. with pine. And far below We'll miss Cuihu, giving out the i feet. hfie moved across the terrace !season and keep the doors of your fat Commercial.Send tip to the. cook. Leesburg, and Even expel(If other the remedies germ-laden have phle failed m. ;!'t f

!St.' MarkS KplM'Ojml Church I there shone an oval lake, like a little mall" ami down the lawn toI.. leal-en'l home locked lit all times during don't be discouraged try Croomul- ,

Morning prayer and Sermon on drop of Jade. Ten wondrous Ouilio's distribution the morning rinsed) arbor" your absence. A weather eye -- slon. Your druggist is outhorlscd to i j

I the si iad and fourth Sundays at days of it, Annl thought and it was mail was \Indeed l a I'itual. Most She must think think. First should also be kept on the henhouse tilt; Vmir Kodak Film refund thoroughly your satisfied money wl'h If 'you the are b\ 'not ne. .

1 11 a. m Holy Communion Saints I all there In her face Her skin reflected of the guests hud ii'ti med to look there had been M.\rl.i And now, since It offers a favorite for Dcnrlopmrnt. One lay; serv fits obtained from the very first

J pays at 10 a. m. Litany and choir i the clean 1 brightness of the forward to It. Now, .landing beside I this IE tlN'. It was n miracle that source of food 1 supply for the 1"0lnd fIrst. chinn work guaranteed. bottle. Creomulslon one wor'J-not ,I

I practic every Friday night at 7:30: ,I early moinmg1 her eyes the azure the denk he pulled letters out with they hadn't glimpsed the station drifter.! Do not take it for granted \\o make enlargement up two and It has no l'phpl1'1( it. '
of the a flourish and handed that because to ll\17 indies iRe trial. Ask for it plainly see that the name 1
pm. sky. them to their ery. One more unlucky break and simply you havenever i lit a on the bottle is CreoiruUton andyou'll "u
_Church "What if we do miss It?" Rudi rightful) owners.] she would be ruined. There musthe been the victim of a thief CAKUADINE'S, LAWTEY set the genuine product and '

( hilslian Christian Church shouted guod-nutuiedly. "It'll be "Signer'ina Milano/ four fat let a, way there would have to be, that you will not be. The unexpected I the relief you want. (Adv.) \'

Services at the back tomorrow," It had taken a ters." A buxom woman bustled up, of bringing, things to a head. may happen at any moment i .

I every Sunday morning and evening powerful Interest In this strange accepting her bounty with a giggle-. It was Rudl or I Cordillera. In this or any other community '
I at eleven and seven o'clock rcspec- into which the auto
------ Bar, There middle tramp makes .
was no path.
I tvely.KingIPy. (\rinl finds her pi.in neur. fulfillment his way.--Cocoa Tribune. UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO.
  • hut there -----Co-- --
    are eerprfMnt -
    Lake Baptist Church: txclting woman .. McC'AHK! President
    / diiriRprH. \\ III the ('011- IItn.; 's ,'ot'lt.U'TIOS
    Rev. Ivan Bohannan, Pastor I've ever met. Anne."
    te"su unrowr her real Ideatlty -
    Preaching services every fourth ::1) Looks like everybody In Leesburg -
    ? HP mire. to rt-iul nextui'ik'n INDUSTRIAL LIFE INSURANCE
    | Sunday, :10:30 o'clock A. M. rexciilliiK Installment.) wont somewhere for a vacation -

    -.- .- -- this summer but It just looks JACKSONVILLE, FI.OIUDA
    I.MKPTIST: CHl'KCHlh NE\\, 1.1'F.SoC'T that way. Lots of folks didn't go

    Kei. O. t:. Oitfthnw. Pastor anywhere for more than n day at
    Sunday School 9:45: a. m. H. B. I There will he about a fifty percent a time this summer or last summer R. H. Geiger G. L. SappKepreNrntiithe
    general hike for all firms do-
    Ara0OJ. Srpt. or several summers before that. KepresenUtUe
    ing business in the state when the
    MorningVorshlp, 11 a. m. But these folks If any of them
    new schedule of occupational. licenses -
    D Y P. U. meets at 6:45: p. m. I happen to be readers of this weekly ,
    go Into effect October I, according -
    Evening Worship 7:30: p. m. sheet, can get all the discomforts ----
    to an estimate RandallI
    llicl-week( Prayer Service Wed-I the rest have had If they will
    I \\ local tax
    !!, collector following
    | DtuJay, 7 ::30 p. m. just follow the advice given by a ,
    i u meeting of state tax collectors
    Choir Practice Friday, 7:30: p. m. | at Jacksonville yesterday when the returned viicatlonlst who happensto KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME !
    li> an editorial
    | writer on the
    I new act was thoroughly
    Ilaltlmore Sun. Here Is Ma recipe {
    | Passed In the dying dISCUII'll'd'l -- -' :.MKS. I. ( :3Ic.CAIin: IJidy Attendant f
    BOB JONES I the past legislature the 1.-
    I signed to boosl the tate revenues, ('I'm-l.a.

    Comments On Here lost by the homestead exemptions, COLDS 43 \\'. Church St. 30 St. George( St. '

    I although few business firms were 666 I,nI

    And Hereafter aware that their licenses were be. I FEVERI \CKSONVILIJ, FLA. "AUGUSTINE, }'I.\. '\

    girl to get him up at dawn for ten I "Signer La Croix, one thin one. ing hiked fifty per cent. I '.

    TnUng it, Signer La Croix held I it Much ilrastlc I.Iql'Iia \111..11......... 'h.'.. 3<1 '
    more areprovided
    Recently the writer read with days and all he could do was won- I penalties It'u".rR ,: : I'hoiielS3: IMione :27
    and nodded with satisfaction. '11' "(0.'
    to the light under the new lIeen..eThe \
    much Interest a news-story which c er at It helple sly. I
    came out of South Dakota. A former There was a small clell! ing at 1-Urr Fran/lein." There act. new l law provides that at "Ilub-5ty-'I'Ie-WorluI'. Boat ,
    school-teacher returned her old the very top, among the trees. AnnlIan was no answer. "Herr Kranzlein 9"htili I the. expiration of_ a ninety day period -I :1I

    at t !Its edge with no answer. C.uilio flipped the 1, should the license be unpaid -
    it. Standing
    the state to
    assistance check to J i I
    age I at her shoulder, she clapped letter Into a box. "Herr Franzlein the tax collector( shall issue a war I Itc :: : Til
    diew social. her security application director for nnd aid. with-"We j her Rudi hands together once as a child sleeps Signer Gulla. A postcind iiant which shnll he turned over to |m| fLOKlUA "t.Jbl! $ ,_, ,A IrNNn# @tIH tJCdj '; 1

    had another crop failure here and would, "Look," whispered, "the from Egypt.'" | the hhciiff for, immediate levy and I

    I whole is like a sea of gold Then, of n sudden, Gullio's voice nale of suth assets as may be
    It will be hard for me to get along valley
    but I feel that I would rather go iiul all the trees me gilded." Sud- 'sfteneil.; "Signorrn.i Anne Vivaldi I I ached. lit-I :
    hungry and cold I than live on money I j ,lenl her eyes filled with Inexplic- ," he Intoned" vibrantly. "A letter Under the fOI, mer occupational I I H4 ii' T4I

    blc tears. Dropping to boulder, for you. license lal1111 business/ not specifically fi
    that U a part of the liquor tax. j! abe bulled, her face In her hands. Anne felt tier spine prickle with ( licensed escaped payment i iI i
    I t ught school for many years andI could l I
    Rudi was on his Knees, beside lita.l.: A letter ? For her it I A provision, l.s included In the new I"-b j :
    cann >t bear to think that my > I
    l.ei"Vhat Is it, Anne ?" mean only bad! news act provides an occupational tax of t
    accepting( ; such money might have Ruill's voice was sharp with jeal I I
    5-150:; where
    "Nothing. Just stupid a year the classification I I
    a tad, Influence on some of my for. "But something! ; mu--t have made OtiS%'. "You said no one knew Is not mentioned in the act r'

    mer pupils. I thought that the where you were Apparently some I The new licen"e lAw 'i
    provides a .
    appropi intlc n for the pension | you "I'll he i ne does. parlety of lutes with 22.75 J
    She thought/, achingly a < a ; I !
    % ]
    would from some other "I can't imagine she begun 4'1'
    come smell I minimum for
    I gone next we,.k. I'll never general manufacturing f 1 ;
    source rather! than from whisky | tho f.iries again. I'll ne/er see the in a otltlfd \olte., Then as Ru.ll concerns |>,1'.18 1 $1.50 an employee : ; ; \

    tuxes.: It i Is encouraging to read Am:; rise" Her voice was tremulous\: took a step" forward "No n'"'), III for all over ten. J ,

    such Htories There are some peoI i J I'I "Don't look at me, Rudl, (tjleise.' a'et It myself. Itsmoiefun., Considerable grief Is anticipated I _

    pie left who have conviction. I I My nose gets so funny when I cry."" The Contossu affixed her monocle by tax collectors from the new I II m.J : ;; t

    tell my boys and girls In the Bob i Bieaking uway from him she ran end staled after her. 'Her schedule In which many Inequalities ,' : --' :

    Jones College to be for something I I flown the path. "Let's wash our first letter in ten days. I'd give my exist. Various small businesses PN ",. :
    and be It Is ne good eye to know from whom will find ;: '. ,
    something. themselves faced
    against faces in the brook. with .,... f .
    better to be against buttermilkthan I I little stream, .t came." n very maiei* ,'tally Increased tax.! it : 1 r"2" .. I 44 iA :
    It was a tiny vel'yckar ,itemi..ln.
    it Is to be-'against nothing. I and zlg-zjgginff irresponsiblyamong "Really Helen Maddelena reproved l is stated with the stringent penalty J;

    This nation needs old time moral her her, "from the way you curly mentioned above attendant upon ; ;

    the trees. dipped 1 .. ,
    conviction. It is better to die for water. on one would think Anne had noncompliance.Just ; I.t fit
    race full In the sparkling -
    something' than It Is to live for I and Rudi murdered some one. what the Increased reve- }:' { .
    looked saw .
    Then she up .. -
    nothing.! watching her. !She could read the The Contes.sa'8 reply was" terse. nue will amount to Is unknown I 'ij..'.!,..,. tit '" eli_ iCj s ..: .,
    too. t
    of that
    "I've thought
    Here Is suggestion for a mexsage of his eyesthat she was but there is no doubt that It will .'. '... .ii' 4 '
    I Itower Uuilin'a were glowing with i L ,
    mon "Co to, let us build ser-I I gloriously beautiful, that the drops eyes him. be consldeiable. It boosts the =: m- :: .
    as Annl appioached I
    plensuie ktnte
    revenue without ..
    and 1city.. Man Is I of water on her face were so many letter I have imposingnew (y. ., ? tv,, ,, C
    He builds for himself a setriSh'l|I little suns In themselves, illuminat- "Your fiit, SIgnorina taxes by I the simple expedient tPJ. -.,.. \-i, r P
    a city This Is the the often wondered why of raising an existing levy. It ):: '''' 'i/I''
    reason i ing al her loveliness. .. '! '' .. "
    er' of Babel fell. Any I went through with no fanfare, ". .. .', .. I';.
    9 ,
    sombre w.h: hlbunspcken -. --,"
    tOW-I His face was Without glancing at the envelope couched in -" ,- ..... .- "'" _
    that ambiguous teims as a ,
    centers In self Is I ci ,
    and It drew from .esi v: .. t"_
    ) she said to him brusquely, "Surely t )I'I. '
    ful. "Hate never wins Its last minute piece of legislation. .t .4 ., .. ': v- ,,., a ''-
    :her', the response she had been like must have more 'tf'4 -. -'- .
    pu Be i hemd a man Neither a man you There will be much moaning :-j ce,. 'A -"
    : waiting to make. Every gesturewas important things to wonder about." from business, already ...:.. I .
    docs selfishness. The most miserable superb as she began. to speak. Her palms were moist and her color steadily increasing staggeringunder tuxes:' ..... "i' 5j'.. .. ....". j- -/ 'LI

    people on earth are the people "Such a gloomy face. Have I high as she rpjolnt'dI "
    The Uke will not be taken
    IIhr, live self-centered lives. The made you sad! Rudl ?" He shook!,I group. too kindly. Indeed most of the boys .: ; 4ii I.

    men: who hoard money for them- his: head. Ah. he knew that she I "Are we ready for breakfast: ?" wld just find out about It Palat- ;"f. 7

    "ilves find that Instead of the money I would soon be leaving! and It was 1|I: she asked casually.' "I'm starved'' ka Daily News J J ;

    bringing happiness It bringstorm..nt. ; making him think think. "Come, The Admiral stareJ at her in .-- .- I .... _
    It curses them and their I Jlpour face Into tire brook. It's'I'! credulously. "But aren't you going ''I Male than 120.000 square milesof .

    children. It mocks their cry for I" magic brook. It washes away to read your letter ?" Evidently, it territory can be seen from the ...-L..

    happiness. The folks who live In your sadness! and leaves drops- of was the custom to take one's morn I summit of Mount Diablo California. ii *;

    themselves are always miserable.The happiness all over you.( ing mail seriously at Terrento. '- __J-,

    ones who live for others and "Come and sit beside me Anne," Annl made of her laugh a light -- /,.,

    forget themselves are always hapPY he said quietly. and airy bubble "Never on an p .

    We take In by pouring out.e With chaiming obedience she empty stomach."" Watch Your I I' ( r" ,

    vv get by giving. We hoard by walked to his side anil settled her "It might be Important"" the

    " tiering. We gain by losing. We self on the ground. Contes.sa suggested significantly. Kidneys/ I ".',"? I I .. -

    "ghten our load by taking on our He burst out savagely. "Anne. Iun.t Annl had a flush of "'t
    "houMors the load' from a burdened make you out At the hotel The Contessa/ hated InsPiratton'j Help Them deanne the Blood ; :.. jVWrc:
    "" of Harmful Body W.*..
    other. when dance ;
    We dry our own tears by at tea. at dinner or we enemy. After these Your eanitantly AlUHnf I ... .
    Wiping tears from the chefcs of you're like everyone else. More that was quite clear. It did not wait matter.1.b: blood imam.Bui

    We" )i ingo frlcn<1'e rest by work. beautiful, more poised perhaps-" matter from whom the letter came not kiHny act *aa..m.'I..I.N....,. l lnt..In nrlMi ihir-fail work to-r d*.> TilE distinction of being the FIRST AMERICAN? though known lit the "Murat J'laee" was then calteJ!

    '"K We rejoice by repenting. Were "Why thank you. Signor Pal Annl decided She would have her rnovc ImpurUlM( that, II .rntalnwl mayKiMin GIRL TO BECOME A RECOGNIZED PKIN- "Belle Vue." During a visit to I'rnnco aft3? Loan
    cl'. lip by reaching down to help I I She laughed prettily moment of triumph. "From Armalti markm th ytt..?.m and upwt tb vbol CESS was achieved by a Tallahaasee resident, when: Napoleon became emperor, Princes !Murut was

    *"., '"''ne We climb by going down ,! Ho fastened.1 hungry eyes upon ?" she ache I. "Oh it's probably -I pri frymptonw.t.nl h..ili mar*'he.I*.ll.slolini.*'. of narfcarh dl..,._.*. on July 12, 1820, Catherine Willis Gray, who woi publicly acknowledged: a princess of France r I

    Ia ".... 'illey to help the lost and I her. It was on mornings like these jmt full of gossip. i (ttlnf.r the up.y-nifh'a., t.ng..,.lIIn.of pufTlnwtaund nrv.iuaDMioiy originally from Virginia, became the wife of PrInce greatly honored at the French court. Clu CQ i

    81111 'B We find comfort for our' that she baffled him. She was like ra'delt'nlmule, an excited ex an l (CM of p.p and iirwntth. Charles Louis Napoleon: Achillo Murat nephew of shortly after tho close of the Civil \Vur.
    01\' ,' to in clarno t"n.! "Pleaae read It Anne Cither ."tgrm of fcidny, or t>U run
    : "t4 when they break In I Ihv an an.rnal, set free trying ordi r may I,. Burning, acanty or It*. Napoleon Ilonaparte, and son of Joachim, King\: of LEAVES 01- SILVKK: Such U the d]' ,t n'tlo>
    u': >' for the God all directions at once, all instinct What cloos he have to say ? /:..,..".& urination.. Naples The Murats lived life
    : sorrowing. a happy, simple at claimed
    "' ,''' ,IJr could at a ( She was i In for It To refuse Mad- Thar.should b*no doubt that prompt by tho picturesque SIl.VKK; "I'AI, M
    II- to be unselfish. Therefore I ind emotion. She cry i I treatment I. <.U.r than n.gl.ct. Los their Florida plantation homo In Jefferson County which
    I would .. ... grows( along Iliticayno Hay nn.) the l'k: ..,
    r: ,t let in le or laugh at some leaves in delena'a request appear iJoua't pillt.' tJvan't b. t>r winning
    tl selfishness win sum dilated she n.w frianda for mt r. than forty yam.Th nbout 20 miles from Tallahassee, and were quito Key. While the leaves are actually pal..
    withsomethingun boorish. Hut tier as : n
    In love jr/e
    -M eye ,
    wind. She was/ ; .
    which He made and af- the y have a nalian-wid roputuon.Ar.
    ,( I I"You'l'e l nctlve In the social and political life of the community above they are quite undarnentv.h!
    -c it mornings like these. drew the cheup white paper from eoramnJv by yratcful pvopla U.country silvery :ui) :'t
    bf, ; away from Him bought ov.r. jUfc tour nftykoorlDOANSPlLlS After Prince Murat's death Princes fact .
    I .1 the Blood of who the most exciting woman Its envelope and read In an Illiter.ate creates a moat unusual appearance ai.: gvc.s
    His Son
    ,lI K, thus selfish world for thlr- l'\e ever met, Anne." scrawling hand: "Hey Anni. Murat bought a modest home In Tallahassee,_which the tree its popular name ir,7' ,
    tYt,2 "" Just to remind you that the bur -
    year and never did a self- "Please, Rudi.
    hh ""t or uttered a selfish word J "What's the use of avoiding It," is going strong and we miss you

    '. .:"' ,!(.r ; ,'I: ......_....\ .. '- .. ,-..,. .,.. "'- ....,. -- .. ., """. 'V" .' '- .' e...K.. ..-, -4.,',. :''{' ,. .-.,....., 33.'u., ,,,,.........' .-.3 ,

    J __ FRIDAY Not'11It1'It: -
    -- +
    : i Bradford County Telegraph I City Licenses Past Due I BROOKER -- 1st

    } City Clerk Carl: Jchna this week :Mliw. Vera Gulnej, Correspondent
    i a Established) 1877 1 reminded. merchants that city oc-

    cujruttonal licenses! were due October Brookpr I'. T. .\. Mrrl-:
    I I 1 vAE.fi&E.TL <= =- 1. They must be paid at once I The Brooker P T. A. held Its

    1 + V ft ll.OR1DAPRESSASSOC1AT10N v\ I Mr. Johns said, or the city will regular meeting, Monday afternoon .
    : Luke steps to insure their collection Nov. 1, in the school auditor-
    3 ouda'Published The clerk also stated that turn with the president in charge.At .
    JC't..UXl/ld the usual four percent discount will this meeting it was voted that
    bo\ allowed on city taxes paid during a basketball be bought for the
    Weekly on Fridajs and Entered as Second Class the month of November. He higher grades; that it finish paying -

    ''I' ;Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida urges all taxpayers to take ad-. for the curtain; that a cabinet "
    Phone 'tit
    1ji 1 vantage of this considerable savings. be bought In which to keep the Free

    rj "l i E. L. Matthews,___._ ,'_ ..______.___Editor and Owner kitchen equipment. and that Rhythm I I 45 ; \.t,
    -- -- -- Band Instruments bebought Delivery
    SUItSCimTION RATE I Three Ripe lierries for the nvislc depitrtment 1,11'itl

    f+ r.J I Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance King Chandler colored! farmer The committee following to were see appointed about the asa \MIUI.K-= UKAI.N-BLI.K KOSKMAIIV -
    living a mile and a half south of FLOUR
    ; r I Advertising: Rates on Application here, brought three ripe strnwber- school shrubbery: Mrs O. K.' Mc- RICE 5 Lb. 18c 24 Lb. flwINKSAI

    lies to the Telegraph office this Gauley, Mrs Lawrence Wiggins, _. __
    Mrs. L B. Crosby and Miss Mildred -
    r' G week. He says his bushes! are full \\ : -
    !I ;VISION 1 IS NECESSARY. TO THE GROWTH. OF STARKE of bloom and green fruit. Morgan.
    h 1. MEAL 10 Lb. 21e
    .. Plans were begun for a chicken
    -- -- APPLES
    N ; t 4 ; "Where there is no vision the people perish. -Proverbs Scouts To HikeThe pilau and program to be given In 5Lb... 15c
    T i 29:18. the school auditorium Friday night, LIMA Oil

    i E Vision is a wonderful thing. Most of us walk the streets farther Crosby Boy Lake Scouts tonight.will Tenderfoot hike to November A "Mothers 19. Dny Progtam" is to NAVY BEANS 4 Lb. 20c BANANAS 5 Lb. 1 1CRISCO 15c

    ,I a : ti; of our town, up one !side and down the other, and see no badges were presented Friday be carried out at the Brooker
    ,,ie 1 1'tj ahead than the same old corner that we have passed!' every morning at the school house at school assembly period Friday afternoon YKLLOU'
    before that. Our 8:35: assembly. Plans for the hike November> :5. Is 3 Lb. 59c
    during the and many years Everyone
    day year
    1 of the present were made at a special meeting In Invited to see this splendid program ONIONS 4 Lb. 10cIMLLMU'KY'S
    little things
    with the
    ;' minds are so occupied the Armory Wednesday night.., honoring the mothers of our
    big things of the future- A--- --_? \\WKI.L: : HOI"!SKCOFFEE
    for the really *
    r tl ut we have no time country a : : : BEST
    p { y j tHngs that could come to pass, but which never will until FL A. STATE FARM 1 Lb. 27c
    i Mrs Agnes Knowles und Mrs. FLOUR 20 Lb.
    to them. Bryan \\hltflelJ, Cor. 89r
    i &"meone first has vision enough !see I Muriel Norman members of the I I

    ,' yw tr It was therefore interesting to talk to a man this week .Mr*. Drew Entertain Brooker school faculty, are enrolled I SWIFTS JEWEL LARD 2 Pounds
    "four five"years Mrs. R. C. Drew was hostess at in the Conservation Courseat 19c
    within the next or
    to state where
    H i who is[ ready Starke. Knowles
    bridge Thursday afternoon at the Mrs. is secretary -
    he pees a new postoffice building, possibly an armory, home of :Jtrs.: Fancher. The Hal of the class. ROUND STEAK Lb. 18c STEW
    \ PORK '
    1 it a Masonic temple, and additional office buildings for our lowe'en Idea was effectively carried Among those from Brooker who 121 c
    he these (! out In the decorations.! Prizes attended the Union
    b :, j town. lie even went so far as to say where thought Meeting nt
    I were given as follows for Pine BEST WHITE
    : Grove
    high Sunday were Rev. and
    and to give his reasons for so think FANCY ORANGES
    1 things' would be pcore, a linen towel to Mrs. Kite; Mrs. G. E. McGauley, T. B. and Lu- Doz. 15c
    ing. for low, a centerpiece to Mrs. Rosier bedla Pinholster, Barney Mattox, BACON Lb. 19c
    I if cannot entirely agree with a man with vision ; and the "traveling prize," a Mrs. Jessie Wilson, Mr and Mrs. O. FancyGRAPEFRUITDoz30cTUXEDO
    t4 4'' you lipstick to Mrs. Fancher. At the W, Barry, Mr. and Mrs. L B. Crosby
    1 it i is always inspiring to hear him talk and to hear him conclusion of the playing Mrs. and P. A Crosby FEEDS

    .4j say why he thinks certain things will come about. It brings a Drew served a salad course to her Mr. and Mrs. Vance Russ and QUALITY AT LOW COST
    viewpoint to those of us who are less gifted with this guests who were Mrs. L. F. Chap Mr. and Mrs. "C. L Atkinson bad We Have
    man, Mrs. B. C. Prince) Mrs Robert their a Complete Line Of Feeds For All Purposes
    and who cannot see a thing until it is. as guests this week-end Mr
    blessing of foresight Kite, Mrs. Joe Wallace, Mrs. J. :and Mrs. Ellie, Herd and children CINCY -
    actually before us where we can touch it. The enthusiasm ota G. Godwin, Mrs. Martin Griner, Mr. and Mrs. Casey Atkinson, and
    '+ i booster is contagious, and as we listened to this man who Mrs. Leo Wiggins Mrs. J. A. Lander Mr.\ Walter Atkinson all of Bainbridge MASH $2.60 YELLOW CORN $2.00

    could see all these things it was easy to catch his spirit and to C Pendley, Mrs. P., Mrs.D. Fancher J. E. Maines, Mrs., Mrs.W Ga., Wilson Russ who has
    been spending::some time in Bainbridge 7 PERCENT C. ..
    resolve to do everything in our power to make his visions become W. B. Rosier, Mrs. Snyder Mrs. returned home.

    k j' a reality. Ritch.Sanford RItch and Mrs. Jimmie Mr. and Mrs..W. D Webb haveas SCRATCH $2.25 MEAL $1.50

    h Unfortunately the spirit of the plodder is also contagious their guests now, her mother, 24 PERCENT

    l and if we associate only with those who can see no far- Hallowe'en: Party Mrs. A. O. Jenkins of Jacksonville. DAIRY FEED
    Mr and Mrs. R. W Brannen and $2.10 BRAN
    t ther than the present and have no interest in the future it is i I gave Friday a most night the Woman's Club daughter, Pauline, of Lake Butler, $1.70
    enjoyable Hallowe'enparty
    inevitable that we will become plodders too with a dull point- for the Farm employees and spent the weck-end here as guestsof '
    of tomorrow. their families. Mr. and Mis. R B. Raulersonand
    of-view and no thought Jimmie and Caro-
    I' HIIVI 0 H>
    Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey
    "i Of course, these visions of the town-to-be sound funny most lyn Bradley appropriately won prizes costumed.for being Miss Dorothy Strickland of ( SALE on SOAPS
    + ', to us today. It is difficult to look at a vacant lot and imagine Gerald Cox was the winner of Mr.a Munnville spent two weeks here

    standing there a new postoffice building, an armory, or a Ma- cake given by Mrs. Chapman to be AS guest of her cousin! Mia. J. B. I PALMOLIVE Sc1 SUPER SUDS s Pleas'

    sonic temple-but such things do happen, and if they seem raffled off. At a late hour hot I Russ.We had a very quite Hallowe'en K FOR ''U. ".* hs "" """l OHMs 25c
    t dogs and cocoa were served. OCTAGON SOAP '
    .i : funny to us now it is only because: we are so utterly lacking Mrs Archie Whigham and her In our community. We saw no I ___ nc. CONCENTRATED s PKOS.
    I in imagination and foresight. little daughter of Chattahoochee signs of any "Black Cats" or OCTAGON POWDER lie' ... SUDS
    I1 "Witches" traveling around and ev- iss Uw let WCI.... 25c
    ; Doctors know that many of their patient's ailments exist Moncrlef.ire guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. erything was as usual the following

    only in the mind and so it is with the disease of civic stagna- Mrs. T T. Fillyaw of Ashburn. day. Quite a few from Brooker ,
    e N tion. It should be just as easy to think of your town as a Ga., is with her son-In-law and attended Starke the holiday celebrationsat

    'p 1 1 bright and. beautiful place to live-a place with a big futureas :laughter, Mr and Mrs. M. D nights. Friday and Saturday:
    ; Young for an extended
    it is to live day In and day out in a sour frame of mind, visit -

    tS, } i always complaining about business!' and looking constantly llirlhdiiy PartyIn X.\Tt'It.\LlZF. Qt'iCKLT
    t r ; backward. honor of her little Acid stomach causes hCBI.tburn.I I PORK II] r

    U Altliough they have been ridiculed\ through the lures (un- Betty's third birthday daughter'l gas and Indigestion. You can neu- .

    til they 1 proved themselves\ right) it is the men with vision and Woman's H. \Villi->m8 entertained truliz this acid quickly by taking
    Club rooms Saturday af- a spoonful of Blsma-Rox
    : a
    ; who have brought far along
    couragu of their convictions us> as ("tnocnt Hallowe'en decorations glass of water after every meal. It :
    the road of civilization as we have progressed I lent a festive air to the occasion. Is delicious tasting. Duy p: bottleof
    1e Let us all adopt this habit of seeing fine things in the future 'I After the fun of playing several CO doses for COc today at the
    games Betty and her little fi'lendsnjoytil Retail Ding
    that might possibly! become realities. What if we are
    the beautiful birthday cake the Rexall Store In Slarke. Adv
    wrcng three times out of four? We at least will have had the and Ice cre.im. The guest list included -

    satisfaction of showing to the vorkl that we have facile Kenneth ,J ohn '. Elizabeth. OLD :\TTHKSSES MA OKMOW .r ... ." 'r.ryIi
    minds and are of the sumo calibre as the men a hundred years Leslie Patsy and Mary B. Cox, Regardless of condition
    and Carolyn Bradley, Geraldine New : I
    I Mattresses' Made to order
    i ago who had visions of the great country America has be- '.: and Shirley Shaw, Gene Let us concert your old mattress -

    come today Bitch, June and Peggy Caldwell, Into new type inner spring .
    o Cecil and Jane Prince, Grace Nor- mattress. Our prices are rea- I
    ma Crews Spencer Crews, Mary\ sonable. Satisfaction Guaranteed -
    '' DIl. FUI.K SAYS MORE QUALIFICATIONS NECESSARY Toeing Catherine Killings-worth, .

    It was our pleasure to.visit the Gainesville Rotary Club Helen WhitfIeld, Heibert Over- Quick Service
    street, Dolores Ann Wainwright,
    Tuesday and hear Dr. J. R* Fulk, of the Teachers College at Jn'is.\. Sanford Ritch, Mrs. Jimmie Mattress Company Ii

    the University of Florida, discuss the qualifications or rather RItch, Mrs. R. H., Cox Miss Kea- Factory: 881 Park St.,
    of the whom trlce Cox. Mia. Bradley Mrs. Shaw, JACKSONVILLE.: FLA. I r'
    the "disqualifications" men to we entrust the "'e call fur .4r _
    Mrs. T. S. Crews Mrs. and deliver; Just I
    administration of schools in Florida. Dr. Fulk had
    our no ind Miss Rivers Hundley. drop UA it rnttl. J
    complaint against any individual now holding office. but rather -
    made an indictment against this state that allows any man

    who can succeed in getting enough votes to administer school THE RIGHT WAY

    affairs without any other qualifications.The .

    speaker had charts showing that more than half the A TASTE THRILL

    _ states have certain qualifications that their school officials

    must meet before being allowed to run for office. Some states .PURE. COSTS NO MORE !

    1' require county superintendents to have five years in college in l

    addition to a course in school administration and several ..

    years of professional experience. In Florida, Dr. Fulk said, WHOLESOME I It Our modern plants, employing

    it is not even required that a man who offers himself for standardized curing and cold storage

    county superintendent shall have completed high school. methods are equipped to cure your
    The speaker also attacked what he termed "lay members"of
    J pork under controlled conditionsassuring
    school boards. He said that men serving on such boards :.L .
    4J We. .the best results. In\c:.li<
    who are not familiar with school conditions and their admin

    '' istration consistently keep schools twenty years behind times. t 1 fir These Bttklits. : gallon will show that our prices coin-

    Dr. Fulk saw no immediately remedy for what he termedan I "0 utI. erlng. and Curing pare favorably with others. See our

    evil. The inertia and general disinterest the average v Pork Bulletin 81," nearest!t plant I for scientific, dependable I :

    person must first be overcome, he said. He did hold out the I Agricultural Extension curing. The right' way coals t

    i ? hope however, that someday we would have school officials II Service,Gainesville Fla. no more."Farmers .

    i, : throughout the country who are properly qualified to carryon I .

    ;; their duties. i
    1 Bulletin No.
    o .Wn.B.*.r you cat, you want : 1186," U. S. Department 9
    I to drink. And the dnghnqfavor/ I of Agriculture Wash DEDAIITMENT

    have received i more praise on our Sixtieth Anniversary of lc.cold Coca-Cola adds a last ington, D. C.

    1'1 Edition published last week than any other i issue within thrill to food. A putting drink MDAtn

    r our memory. All of which made us feel very food after!
    of natural flavor.. who!
    pui **
    9'1L weeks of effort in compiling material' that we were not surer .
    would ba appreciated or not. However, the fine response: that semi, r.f fie Ung. PORK CURING I PLANTMadison S...: --
    our our taper; receixed! and the assurance of pleasure on the ICI-COLO COCA-COLA tt IVIIV' P1ACI Illl, .

    part of many readers more than repaid us'for our efforts.: If II1ONOS IN YOU ICI-tOX AT MOM

    Demonstrated; again was: the fact that while'flattery fools but STAKKE COCA-COLA MontieelloPeasacola Lake Butler Lake City
    few a sincere compliment is: appreciated by everyone I Hawthorne
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