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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 12, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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ONfcAsE ANOTHER RALLY PRE.RELATED UTOMOBILE-1-R-BY OLD TIMERBy TALE BOARD HEADDISCUSSES RED BEGINS'CROSS TODAY;DRIVE WILL COUNTYWILL



COMES) TO TRIAL GOES DOWNIN H. E. LAGERGRENWhat -- big!-a dellcatel:1strument. but CONTINUE THANKSGIVING THROUGH NOT OPERATE

Is said of the automobileis when I was about to put it into the Bradford

generally derogatory-Its misbehaviors body of the buggy, I found the lat

Hi COURT HERE HISTORY are made to overshadow' ter full of water for It was brand BUS PROBLEMGives JBJJN! Countlans be called on will to UNDERLAWRefuses
Its virtues.
But those who had new and tight. We had no way of join the Red
occasion to travel much In "th : getting the water out, so I had to _
Cross In the
I I Fuller Warren Attacks good old days" when roads were ; hold the box in my lap. A tripod
and Leaman Crews Insight Into Problems \\Ii annual Roll to Permit J/
Dan poor and vlrculitous and the prey 'for the instrument I placed in the ur-
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Call drive be-
Given Two Years Each Congressmen Who Betrayed \ gress slow and painful, bless thl? I body of the vehicle but must tie That Confront ginning Thursday phy Act ApplicationsEven
modern way of it fast with shoe-lacca
StealingNOT President transportation my to keep School Off HealsCONTRIBUTIONS -===- and end-
For Hog which i is rapid and comfortableover i it from floating away. If Valid
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the good and direct roada. A I The horse was large and strong) '--- IlCUUnUBV

E oUcal WITNESSES 125 DINNER TICKETS Starke man, who had to go to anti too lazy to move faster thana SOUGHT, Day RESOLUTION IS PASSED
KLO JES CASE SOLD n\ COMMITTEE: : I Worthington on business for the walk; but then, the darkness TO CONTINUE ROUTES T F. Landrum, Roll Call chairman I HY COUNTY COMMISSION: :
states that he has his
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late Scott Howell on a night tr compelled us to drive slow, anyway -
Crews and Leaman Crews Another successful Democratic October, 1901, tells thus of a very Eventually: came to the Lawtey Fla.November paign efficiently mapped out and Whether or not the State Supreme -
Dan two-year sentences here Wed- Rally was written Into the historyof 'i I "unsentimental journey" which I\e shaky bridge aciob' the Santa Fe. 8, 1937. that he confidently expects the to- Court eventually holds the

_w in the only case that came Bradford County when around I had to make- trip, by the way, Tile river was swollen and the jets 'Bradford County Telegraph tal number of memberships In this tax certificate auction law constitutional -

trial y during the Fall term of 100 guests gathered at the Wo- I which can now be made in a little of water squirted up between the Starke Fla.Gentlemen county to reach, or possibly exceed Bradford County will refuse -

10.TLZit Court, They were convict- man's Club Tuesday night for a over an hour in comfort in any floor planks. This frightened the : lust year's figures. to operate under Its provisions
of stealing a hog from T. W. "love feast" in celebration) of the kind of weather: horse and young Howell bad to get I Please allow me space to explainthe Mrs. N. D. Wainwright. president "until restrained by a court of
I
!treet fifth anniversary of Franklin D. I I was to take the "Peggy" train down and lead him. But he was unable situation of our transportation : of the Bradford County chap- competent jurisdiction" it was announced
to Roosevelt's election as President. to hold the animal department of Bradford County ter, urges everyone to cooperatewith the
'be only trial that promised j I from Starke to Lacrosse, there to strong I following regular
Mr. Land and his work-
oke much local Interest failed Those who gathered at the long meet Mr. Howell, who would carry alone and he called to me to come schools. I um meeting of the Board of County
.materialize when State's Attor- tables set around the four sides of me to Worthington by buggy, anti help him. I had Howell to unbuckle We employed bus drivers the : era to make the Roll Call a bigger CommlfllBoners here last week.

r j, c Adkins asked for con- the large auditorium were regaled this arrangement being the only one rein from the bit, and first of July and promised them I success than ever. this year Minutes of the meeting contained

ice of the case against Mike entertained, informed and inspired feasible one. At that time the I pulled It up and tied my preciousbox the same pay they received last the following paragraph:

and his wife, Gladys, in by Fuller Warren, Jacksonvilla train from the school term Ik took twenty-two "Motion
odes west was due *t securely to the seat with It, BOOK DRIVEStarts was made and unanimously -
ictiun with the fatal shooting attorney and ardent admirer I Starke at 3 p. m., and to again depart then stepped down and helped with percent of the teacher and bus carried that the clerk of

i Mallle Groves near here on July of Roosevelt who brought some- at 5 p. m. But it was 0 the horse. With hops skips and driver salary fund to pay the driv the circuit court of Bradford

'This! move was necessary be- thing entirely new in speaking o'clock before it arrived owing toa jumps we crossed the bridge and ers. The board was advised some County be expressly Instructed and

w of the failure of several i imrUnt technique to his audience here. storm, which had thrown trees reached the foot of the steep bluff time In July that we could use only directed to sell any and all state

state witnesses to appear.The Poking good-natured fun at almost across the track. One tree had on the north side. The rein was twelve percent of this fund to tax certificates now being held by

[ case against John Hege, on everything including himself, struck the only passenger coach replaced we got Into the buggy pay for transportation.At BY SCHOOL him upon application being made

n information for assault with In- as well as the number of cattle on the road owned, breaking several ,and the struggle up-htll began. Tho this point the school board I therefor under provisions) of the

st tto minder, was also continued. the highway between here and windows putting It out of commis!! I body of the buggy, sloping strongly was facing a deficit of more than Tax Laws of Florida existing be-

tit charged that Hege shot at Jacksonville, Mr. Warren had his sion. rearward discharged its water $6,000 on transportation. We call- I PARENTS AND PATRONS fore the passage of the Murphy

IICO Forayth on the street here audience "in stitches" before he It was 7:30: before the hart!)' ballast with such a> splash, till ed a meeting of bus drivers and at ARE URr.ED TO Act of 1937: and regardless of the
ral l weeks ago. As a result of launched into the real meat of his swearing crew could start the the horse took fright slipped on the this time we cut off nine small CONTRIBUTENext provisions of said act, and regard-

ensuing fight, a certificate pre- message. When he finally "quit train out again. It was rainy, [ wet clay and fell, making ._the buses and cut the pay of all other less of the court's interpretation of
nted to the court by Dr. W. B.irks sparring around" he brought forth : stormy and chilly. Conductor wtiiffle-tree and the hold-back drivers and yet we were In need week has been designatedas same, and until restrained by a

stated that Hege's "-skull frequent applause from his listen- Woodward had a wheelbarrow load straps and. In getting up, got clear of more money. So It became nec- "Book Week." It Is the earnest court of competent jurlmliction.

i fractured his nose and jaw ers with a bitter denouncement of of sand dumped on the floor of a of the shafts. But the driver held I essary to cut teachers' salaries ten desire of the school and school library And to refuse acceptance of any

en, he suffered great shock some Congressmen who used the box-car and a fire was built upon ot to the reins and the horse, cavorting I percent to meet the situation. We to build up the present high and all applications for advertisement -

probably) concussion of then New Deal banner to get votes and It. around which we squatted, halt. around, again slipped and were sitting pretty again. I II school library to the standard required -, of notice of sale of any state- :

and that until very recently then turned against the President choked by smoke. We had to run fell this time just behind the bug I Then came the patrons who lived' for an accredited --'school! owned tax certificate under the

t 1I'i1.8 In a serious and dangerous when they found themselves safe- : slow because of the soft track gy thus arresting i its backward on the discontinued routes and they which for B. H. S., Is about 1.500'' provisions of the said Murphy

hlitlon, from which his recovery ly in Washington. He praised through the swamps and the prob movement down-hill. sold they had as much right to volumes. The P. T. A. Is assisting Act."

knot complete) and because of his Representative R. A. Green. for his ability of trees being blown across Mr. Howell's home was near by. transportation as thoseon the in this work, and request the Seldom has a law created as

)|Jnes he does not now have nor- loyalty to the President" "through it. Between Sampson and Cluyno The home was helped up, the bug large buses, so we put them all hearty cooperation of everyone. much disturbance as this one providing -

1 use of his physical and men- H. and high water. the car caught afire and we had gy secured from retrogressive action back and promised ah of them that All persona and patrons are ear- for sale to the highest bidder -

1 faculties And he is weak, ex- Mr. Warren was pleased over the to stop and carry water in our and we. sorely tried pilgrims they could drive until the money nestly asked to donate books to the of state-owned tax certificates

rely nervous, constantly suf- spontaneous applause that greeted hats from the ditch along the progressed from the shadow of was out and then atop. school library Practically every mute than two years old. It has

i great pain and 7h my opinion his statement that "Three years track for quenching the flames. the valley and soon reached the About three weeks ago we home has many old books lying been held up by various courts

i condition is such that he is un- from now we will either send At last we arrived at LaCrosse, Golden' City where we, basking in found we would need more than around on odd shelves and tables since its passage, finally reachingthe

to attend court or to undergo Roosevelt back or will elect some and I stepped out in utter dark front of a blissful fire of llveoak $1,300 to transport all children until -I that are more) in the way than use State Supreme Court where It .
1 without man he has chosen to carry on the sticks dried sodden raiments ful that can be of unestlmnted I declared
greatly endangering ness, not knowing which way to our school was out. Now we took was constitutional. A petition
l health." work he started.President's He said that although I turn. Then a shadowy) form I while we sipped wha ,we thought I our troubles to the school board at value to school children who>> either' for a re-hearing was promptly '
Tbe of Frank and the Supreme celestial nectar but which was I have no books in their own homes filed S
[ names Matey emerged, who proved to be a son of Was Tallahassee. They sent a man here by a Tallahassee attorney -
aril Zalutsky, charged with Court bill had failed to pass the Mr. Howell's and he led me to his only Ai'buckle coffee, spiked with who told us we could not get any or who have read all worthwhile and since then no public announce-

ting at a prison guard In an upstlr created by its introductionhad I buggy. I had along a box contain. "long sweetening." more help from the State. He ad- books In the present small library. ment has been made by the court

tanpted escape from the State served the purpose of bringingthe '- vised us to go over the routes cut If any one has books he will giveto concerning the status of the act.

11 Farm, were placed on the court "down off its high horse. i all routes, and have all children this worthy cause it Is only nec- .-
Kntee docket since al- The dinner was presided over by 1 I e-ssary: to 'phone 114 or 125 and library
they are FORSYTH'SPrize COMMITTEEFor walk up to two miles to meet the
LOCALS
y? serving prison terms. T. Frank Lanclrum president of bus, except they would have to : workers will gladly call for I IN CCC89STRONG

-. the Young Democratic Club, clrlv to the end of trunk lines to I I them They may also be left at
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DR. J. M. MANN sore of the "love feast, an speaker was Introduced by the school house. Every book donated FIGURES SHOW 7,175
DIES SATURDAY 13. McLcndon, past president of the : Mr Griffis and I went over the to the library will be sinceicl FLORIDA nOVA IN
of IS ORGANIZEDTO !routes one day and Mr. Lewis joined
organization. A short program FIGHT IS DRAWLOCAL ''y appreciated and genuinely enjoyed I CAMPS
us the next day, so we put in :I l I :
|LAKE: BUTLER CITIZEN WAS entertainment staged by N. Sternberg not only by the school, but
FORMER the speech. two days' The third day we went',' I Bradfoid" < County has elglity-nlno
STATE preceded I i by the hundreds of students who I.
of to the office, figure, and cut the I'I and In Civilian .
boys the
SENATOR The Woman's Club scene I ROY MEETS TEXAS WORK FOR INTERESTSOF will read them in the years to young men
many brilliant dinners, was never IN GAINESVILLE CHILDREN'S: hOMESOCIETY bus drivers until they could not come. I i I ('onsei'vatlori Corps, according:
BATTLER
DL J. M. Mann of Lake Butler, more attractively decorated than' : OF FLA. stand any more. Then we still .. -- to figures made public from this
ormer state senator from this dlst for Tuesday: night's event Tables MONDAY needed around $500 to finish I : Jacksonville office of Clayton C.

died at his home Saturday were arranged in a square around Mrs Nancy Powell special field school. This left only one thingto PENSION ROLLS :, Codrington, state welfare commissioner. -
i !the result of cerebral hemor- sides of the the: Gainesville sports writers com- do This was for all connected I ,
room
the four in discussing representative of the ChUdren'sHome DECLINETEN
and editorial
ge He was sixty-one years of admirable blned news with the schools: to help outVe 'rhe number In was
white cloths forming an the bout between Vasco For- Society of Florida, was In : camp thirty-
e. Funetal services were held I decided to have board members five during September, while the '
contrast with the central arrange- and Texas Starke this week for the purposeor PERCENT DROP ,
Starke ,
'Jay' morning) at 9:30: o'clock ment of fein and red Turk's Cap syth that fighter Monday organizing a sponsoring committee contribute $5 each, Mr. Griffis $25, PER ANNUM IS October enrollment was fifty-four. S
in
III the :Methodist Church in Lake that stretched in an unbroken line.I Joe Dunee city to promote the interests of and we went to the Starke school, PREDICTED Total enrollment for the state,

"tier. and the body was carried Members of the committee on ar- night. Here Is the way they putit the Home In this community.She told them our trouble, and asked the largest of record, is 7,175. This

oClenviIle, Ga., for burial in the were Mrs. Charley E. : all teachers to give $3 each, and Florida's old age assistance rolls is in excess: of the Florida battle
wly plot at the Ebenezer Free- Johns langements Mrs. T. F. Landrum, and "Texas Joe Dundee stepped out announced the personnel, of Mr. Gray $20. They all said O. are being decimated, prlnclply by quota of 0,000, due to failure of

I Baptist Church Cemetery. Mrs.\ Carrie RItch. Mrs. N. D. with a clever exhibition of box. the committees as follows: E. L. K., they would) help out. The board death at the rate of approximately some other states to recruit their

Dr"> Mann was born in Lyons, Ga. Wainwrlght Sr., contributed the ing skill to win a clear-cut decisionover Matthews, chairman, T F. Lan- could not ask for better coopera I ten per cent annually, accordIng full quotas because Of revived Industrial
I sent Vasco Forsyth but unfor. drum. E. K. Perryman, C. A. tion. Then -
as senator from this occasion. I went to the Lawtey to figures made public here activity
rict In the 1933 and 1835 sed1 flowers More for than the 125 tickets were sold tunately one of the judges gave Knight, E.: W. Hayes, N. Sternberg, school and the teachers there said | 'rom the office of Clayton C. Cod- The enrollees receive $30 per '.

of the legislature. At thee by a committee composed of Mr. the fight to Forsyth, one gave it L. A. Gray Jos E. Wilson Dr. 1>1. they would be glad to help. We I rlngton, state welfare commission. month and semi $23 per month to'
B. Herlong, Mrs. R. S. Fernandez,
of his death to Dundee, and the referee called hope to get this
he was President Jr., same help from the er. their '
Landrum, N. D. Wainwright. dependent at home. Eighteen
W. B. Middleton Mrs. O. L.
the State Board of Medical Ex- DI' McLendon, and J. G. Godwin. it a draw. Consequently the bout MIS Mrs A Z. Mrs.L. remainder of the teachers In the During the quarter beginning'July CCC camps with quotas of 200
Bens Adkins
ley
1'1 Besides his wife he Is Half of the cost of each ticket will I was called a draw but there was I county and thought we were sit- 1, cases enrolled and cloned) each: are maintained within the '
A. Davis Mrs. W. B. Sewell, !'
"'\\Ved by two sons Howard be used In the Interests of the I plenty: of howling from fans ting pretty once more. were as follows: July; enrolled state. ,
Duncan.A
Mrs. K. G.
in of) Gainesville, and Hoyt Democratic Party.A "Jack Green was the only judge ... . ..But" ._along, came .our attorney lO,83Sclosed, 115. ; August enrolled .-_ ::1. "
"ann> if Lake Butler. variety of dance numbers by I who scored the bout anywherenear meeting will t>e Held in tne air "tvnigni ana told us we could 11,850.- ::; closed 134- ; September I S

._ Miss Lillian Sternberg, little Joan In the right fashion, accord Woman's Club Wednesday after ,not ask teachers) for any donation. enrolled 14,357. closed 110 Of HENRY MARKEY

\ 8m'ices at St. Mark's Carpenter, and Dorothy Faxon ing to this writer. He gave Dundee noon, November 24, at 3 o'clock at Well, now the water Is boiling hot. these, the number closed by death I DIESREV.
during the entertain- seven rounds and Forsyth one, which time Marcus C. Fagg. su Mr. Griffis and I went to Tallahassee were 100 each for July and August

r The, Rev Mr. Edward M. Clay- ment were enjoyed After Mr. Warrens the fourth In which he knocked Intendent of the Home, will be again and! talked with State and eighty-two for September. W. M. MOODY

Rector of St. Paul's Church, program.the tables were cleared Dundee down. r>r *ent and will explain the duties Superintendent English. He said Cases closed during the quarterfor DELIVERS FUNERAL r
"cy, will be the preacher at the address, I of the local committee. Similar we were not within our rights to other cause than death num- SERVICE
was enjoyed by "G. A. Barber Forsyth
Yen' and dancing gave
0 clock service at St. Mark's away and I committees will be organized In ask teachers to donate to any bered: Placed In public Institution
and two I
the guests. !Music\ for dancing three founds, Dundee ,
r copal H Church Sunday, Novem- dinner was furnishedby called three rounds even. Referee every community In the state. cause, but that we could put up a ten; In private Institution two; I Henry John Jackson Markcy, S
throughout
Mr Claytor enjoys quite address Smith each fighter The Children's Home Society has box and ask for contributions In i became self-supporting, five; rela- 81, died at his home) near Brooke
Anderson public Julian
A. W. s gave
reputation Wa as a pastor, and is Radios were loaned by the three rounds and called two rounds given Its aid and care to nearly this way. So look for the boxes! tives became able to care for them last Friday. Funeral services wereheld .
i throughout Gadsden County system. Co. and the 38.000 homeless, orphan and destitute If we fail to transport the children six; moved to other districts in the Saturday afternoon with the
Preacher Claytor" where for Denmark Furniture even. children. attendance will fall off so, state, twenty-three; moved out of Rev. W. M. Moody of the Primi-
'last ten years he has served a Hart Furniture Co. The turkey "It marked the second week in -- .. much that It will become necessary the state, five; not eligible when tive Baptist Church In charge. ,

J"'y' not only to his own flock, dinner was prepared by Mrs.: Alice a row that poor decisions have Brosky In Marines to cut off half the teachers because enrolled, seven; miscellaneous Arrangements were under the direction
I members of every com- Anderson. been handed to visiting fighters. 'of non-attendance and teachers' nineteen.No of the Boree Funeral Home.

'"'" Special music is being "The eight round main bout be- George C. Brosky of Starke was salary funds will be cat plenty next figures are yet avallble as to Mr. Markey Is survived by the

.pared and a cordial invitation BirthsMr. tween Dundee and Forsyth was among the young men accepted year because the children were the number who have become six- following children: J. 1>1. Markey,

"tended to all to participate in and Mr. Cecil Sumner, Saxon easily the moat exciting on the November 3 for service in the Marine not transported to the different ty-five years of age during the Waycross, Ga.; J. H. Markey.
"Orshlp. card with Dundee's expert ring Corps anti was transferred to schools. I am writing this for those quarter.The Crawford. Fla.; Mrs. J. &1. McKinney -

-.S '. boy. October Mrs. Levi 28. Sweat. Hell- ; knowledge making it Impossible for the Marine Barracks, Parris Is. who don't understand conditions I high mortality rate will per II Waycross. Ga.; Mrs. R. A.

Ilk Problems Discussed Mr. and October 30. Forsyth to land very many telling land. S. C., for initial training pre. and not for those who know all. mit recruiting at the rate of about Jordan, Mobile Ala.; J. W. MarI -
, Tb0 bronn, girl. blows. Forsyth's specialty, the paratory to assignment aboard Now I want It understood thatI ten per cent per annum without key, Brooker; W. H. Markey, U. S. ''
value of milk and the Mr. and Mrs. Truby Hodge in the face of I I I
prob- 31. ability to cover up Ship or foreign station It Is an am not taking sides with anyone, Increasing the case load the Com- Army.
lhot |M'ctlon were discussed't'Jne Brooker, girl October Barnes, even the most vicious attack, stood nounced by Captain A. C. Small, I and certainly 1 do not take sides missioner sulcl. at the name time I Four sisters also survive: Mrs. ';
footary Club meetIng here"stllty Mr. and !Mrs.\ Alexander 3. him In good stead but even at that District Recruiting Officer. Savannah with anyone for his or her wrongdoing calling attention to I he ever-exint- Martha Harvey, Baldwin; Mrs.

q on the Those making short Starke, girl, November C. Griffis, Dundee rocked him with u good G"firoHky, in the past, if such has been Ing necessity for constant Investigation Mary Farlic, Trenton; Mrs. Her
Program were Roy Mr. and Mrs. Clyde many hard blows." formerly made his home the rase. of the status of those who | man Jordan, Trenton; and Mrs.

:W5 g.. R P Clark Dr. M. B. Lawtey. boy, November 4.J. liars -- -.- -.- With his guardian Mrs. Honor Now listen: A man told me that have been placed on the rolls State\' Daisy Taylor, Raleigh Fla

Jtittee Wag an.1 M- F, Brown com- Mr. and Mrs. Jessie I Presbyterian Church JranninK. and was a student in the !ii man told him he voted for Moore welfare district visitors will be required Pallbearers were: J, C. Harrell.
a... appointed' to meet With Starke, boy November 9. I to "v, D. Webb, G. B. Colson RoY'
Y Dr. R. T. Caldwrll has chosen for Starke grammar school he Intends J because he thought he would do the keep a constant check of ,
ar.jln ane!!Councll P and ask for an Chamber of CommerceThe his sermon topic for Sunday morn- to continue his studies while In right thing, hut that Moore had the territorial area they serve, even Green, O. 1... Green, Jr. and G. C.
I\Iett1Q\ rovltllng for close In- o'clock "The Salt That the Marine Corps through the me- sold out to Old GI Ufls. Shame on after enrollment ceases so as to McGauley. '
; all milk sold In this Bradford County Chamber Ing at 11 conform with the -.- '.--- .
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IIIU I court Saves the World From Putrefaction. Jiutfl of the Marine Corps Institute you whoever you are. I am sure exacting re-
of Commerce met in the of last ." The public is Invited. A which maintains course In most of I have done some things that Mr. quirements of the federal govern "Dark" Africa has given th<*-

1L lt sal a..J house Thursday night ) meeting of the session will be held the arts, trades anti sciences and Is Griffis duesn't approve of, but ment, which matches state funds world $5.000.000,000 worth of goU '
l1tllb Isl a dessert In the week. It was announced that an Wednesday night at (tee of charge to all members of I dollar for dollar and rigidly audits and more than l.OOO.OOO.COO; la -
held at the manse
f usually: of officers would be the book '
1I1. eaten with election Thursday night November 11. 7:30: o'clock. the ilarine Corr.a. Continued Oa rage Eight Ihmon"1 I


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J A. Chesscr;:- returned home .. __
>try f'I II Welrsdule Fla.
11 here Saturday from I -._ T ,
I where he has been employed

J *b. A large crowd from this Section _

attended the funeral of C. A. 1'l'ln4Kia

Itn i \ at Long Branch cemetery List I II
Thursday afternoon n
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I' Roberts of Lawtey spent
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last Tuesday here with Mr. and

W Mis. R. N, CrnwforJ.I |

These New Furnishings by Sterchi's' I William Blackwelder of Worth-1!

il Ington Springs was visiting his sis-1
M. ter and brother-in-law. Mr. and

Mrs. C. E. Crawford Friday afternoon -


Mr.. and w Mrs Darby Gasklns

I ,nf SAl/I/ S JACKSONVILLE were visitors to Jacksonville Wed
ae.urv fr nesday night. j
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FLA. STATE FARMMrs. .

J f I Bryan Whltflelil. Cor. + .9p yr

Townsend, -I I UIteUek le

Mr. and Mrs J, E. Townsend announce

the engagement and ap-

proaching marriage of their I ft

daughter. Evelyn lo Mr. Ross
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Palatka. The wed- xt" '(<
HunsuclUe of '.,
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Mrs. Josie Mod has returned to -
1 (I her home here after a two week's

: visit with relatives In Ocnla.I I[ -
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I Little Misses Fay Yarbrough, -
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Marjorie Davis and Virginia Sew- '
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I I ell of Starke were luncheon guests Scores of pairs of little helpless and homeless! chow,, s,
\jof Roberta Whitfield Saturday. In this picture have been placed together in carefully .I ?

Mr. and Mrs. Earle Sharpe of family homes In every portion of Florida by the Childn- Ilorl
of Florida "Florida's Greatest Charity." .
clety Many fin. '
Mrs. lairs
visited Mr. and
.,. Mucclenny and quintettes of homeless kiddies
I r quartettes now undoIhe 1 tht.
I + 4 4 t ./ W. J, Overstreet Sunday. Home Society, who dread the thought of separation are cal',

I ILP'Extra I Mrs. Leo Wiggins. \Mrs. Martin their hearts out that some big-hearted family will soon piovkie'a'i I
a r ; Griner Mrs. Helen Bolen and Mrs.P. for them. How about a nice little brother and sister for your ho.,]
: D. Fancher spent Saturday afternoon Just write today to one of the Receiving Homes of the Home\ Sat
Jacksonville Miami Lakeland or Pensacola. or to the
in Gainesville. State 8,
"
,.. 1, Intendent Marcus C. "Daddy" Fagg 40 Buckman
,' ,. .. -. Mrs Thompson has returned to Building,. Jar'
.." ;,; t" her home In Macclenny after
t.r' ,;
Value ___ ; : ; spending the week-end with Mr.

and Mrs. W. C. Pendley. SUNNY BROOK FARM HIGHLANDMiss

4PieceSpecial Modern Suite1. 1.- ;Mrs F. R. Crosby>> CorrespondentNotice !M. E. Crew*, <'HirespoiMessrs. '


-r :... '- ,... llpntI (forrwtlon)
1V, M Check this extra big value offering at Rev. H. M. Tlllman of Jacksonville J, K; !suite W
1 ".7 I Mrs. Lugene--peatt has returned will preach at Corinth Baptist Hunter and Wilson Tixlu u
Sterchi's tomorrow. You'll with
gasp
i $ 50 home after spending the past I Church the second Sunday In Gainesville, were guests of Mrl!
( Values wonder at the low price on such qua! I
Mrs. Cecil llaidee
; I three months in Jacksonville. November: (Nov. 14) not In December here Satur
? F Four beautiful similar "-
ity. pieces
; very Miss Jewell
as was written in last week's Carter visited
Joe Grlffis Jr., of Clay County,
to suite pictured in genuine walnut
} Offered Tomorrow II and lives ut Uuxvllle! Salimiay
I wa visiting Albert Griffis paper.
1t
t t veneers. High lighted with overlays of Sunday.
maple burl. Specially priced tomorIn Harvey Gainey Sunday: Bennett
spent
,, InnerspringMATTRESSES row only I Mrs. Lillie Beunifield of Gaines G. M. last week- F. M Crews way in Sttikcii

ville was visiting Mr. and Mrs. S.'F. end with his son-ln-liw and daughter rday.liia..

Regular Price $108.50 Harris last week. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby.A J. B. Cairutheis ,f
Other *. Low a. $33.79 latge crowd attended the cane scnville was a recent
i Mrs. Alma Starling and sons guest <
1t ; : IDfflQ I Joe and Tommy and daughter Indmg at the home of Tate Cros- sister, Mrs. Ruth Man *nere

i Joan of Pine Level were visitingMr by Saturday night. Mrs.! G. N. Norman is.tcd:

/ I and Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis Sunday. Mt' and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and lives in the Clay Hill *?rtlundaj.

} Sterchi's Wall Paper and Paint Dept. Mr. and Mrs Arch Prevatt and children spent last Thursday In '.
Lake Butler visiting Mr. and Mrs
Mra. Nelson T.
. children were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Green .and
I E C. Hogan of Lee Lake Sunday. John Kelly. dren of Starke were guests of

i' Also Featuring Bicycles and Other Mae Prevatt was visiting Ruth Mis.Mr.J.and R.Mrs Kelly Marcus and Conner
I Morrell Sunday. Mrs. Efflc Outer anu ch""
Kathryn, were attending to busi-
. ;cp k Wheel Goods---and TOYS Mrs. Ruth Mair and ,chiklre
Mi. and Mrs. J. E. Sullivan were ness in Lake Butler lust Thursday
Miss
KITCHEN vIsiting her father and mother Mr. afternoon. Maggie Crews and Miss l

Sterchi's guaranteed Kleen Ezy Pa.lnts-none better for Florida climate. Sterchl's Wall and Mrs. K. L. Griffis Sunday. I leen Hardee attended theowe'en
I Ilse +r Paper, for incut quality and newest designs. Sterchl's Bonded Automobile Tires for last CABINETS Ruth Morrell has returned home GRAHAM carnival sponsored t
Ing service. In fact Sterchi's offer you a COMPLETE service in every home need at Lawtey school at Law-, Tliii
111 f; moderate prices and divided payments on all your purchases. after spending the past week In 'Mm. I.. C. Smith. (.rr.'DoI..t night
Starke with friends.DOUBLE.

USE STERCHI'S DIVIDED PAYMENT PLAN on Your $ 18 85 I I Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Youngblood Rlck9 Mrs.and Kffle C Cartel M. Guff Miss di!

3 i5 Wall .. RUNMrs. and three sons Wauchula were ..
Paper and Paint Purchases. church at Long Hi',m (
I t $ The best looking and most ; "'. A. Tyler, Cor. I visiting their son-in-law anddaughter night.
;it Layaway Plan on All Toy Purchases. spacious Cabinet we've ever Mi. anj Mis. J. A, J. MeKlnney Mrs. H. C. Wimbe'lthe iv at!
offered at this Choice Mi. and Mrs. W. R. Conner and last week.
_... _price.__ I Union Meeting ''ha> >'r.at
A' .4 ft4 e. 4 a (
two children Joyce and Barbara Mr. and Mis Ceo W. niters and the Long Liiancn oral!

>RVALUE Jean were visiting In Jacksonville little daughter, :Selmar::; visited the day Saturday and Sin. III
16 Extra Pieces Sunday. bedside of his mother at Lake AI- -- C

Mi-, and \Mrs L. P. Jarvis and i fred lust week NEW Ill} EN
I I Mr. and Mis Norman Johns of
children, June and Maurice of Fer-
I 1 i; A Complete Ole Vir-Gin-A I mindinu are spending: some time 'I Gainesville were visiting relativesIhere Dorothy' S.ipp: I rri-siiinl" |' ,
Cooking Set With This ;
i Sunday.
;( with friends and relatives here.

Coal I L. W. Morton was a business visitor -I Rev. L.. G. Hemingway of Statke Mrs. Joe Morelano! in ch
Full Enamel and Wood to Ocala last week. |J filled his regular appointment at of Jacksonville spent Sunday)

the Baptist Church her Mr and Mrs '
Sunday.Miss patents
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lee of Starke
Large 6-Eye Polished Top Anita Wainwright of Heil- Andiews.
it
: ,
-- !spent Sunday with her parents. Mr.
bionn Springs spent the weekend Miss Edith Meriltt! spent
and Mrs. L. B.
Bryant.
,
\ with! Mrs. R. S. VY'asdin.Mr. .
day night with Dot Sapp t

H : ::': :i RANGE FOR ONLY visiting Mr and in Mrs.Lawtey G. L.Sunday.Kersey were visited. and the bedside Mrs.. Carl of his Broughton sister, were:Mr.visiting and Mrs.here Rudolph Sunday An IDL

P. H. Woods of Lawtey Is visit- Mrs. Ruby Strickland at Heilbronn !. '. and Mrs. L. L Jobn-
,, -i Arrange Ing his sister and brother-in-law, Springs.H. vis'ting in Starke met the \
f Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Kersey I
.
$5475 Weekly or D.Vasdln spent Saturday end.Mrs. A
Junior Grlffis is visiting his with his son VV, T. Wasdin at Marlon' Fapp" i le \'Iqilir
Monthly! Payment aunt und uncle. Mr. and Mrs. O. L.I Waldo. brother and sistei-in-u\v MPMrs.

f Brown. I Mrs. C. Fogg and Mrs. L. D. Frank Richard in Lake\: ,
I Never Before Offered at This Price I Johns were business visitors to lei'. y t

,-) A Guaranteed Baker- RISING Gainesville Friday Dorothy S-ipp: spent M

f ; 4 t Cast Iron Range Slice Edna Lrf-wla.1 Correspondent I Friends of Mrs. Etta Reynoldswill night with Mrs, Is.la,. Shue'! !
; ,
i Iwr I regret to know that she Is no attended the oyster surf'1' '

= Sterchl's Coal and Wood Ranges are Albert Olive-; and E. D. Massey ': better and that her Illness is quite Woman's Club,
--- considered by many as a standard of of Jacksonville were visiting Misses -I, serious. .*

__I special to offer look U for for in a limited buying ThU tim, Melva and Dorothy Crosby Sun- |I Mi. and Mrs. R. Wasdin and GUilJ'nlr.I1l

''' only, so don't delay.: I I Iid day. ? I t I Miss Anita Wainwright were at- Annie Maw 11.11'11.11'", f to
I wr, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby and ', tending to business and seeing the
daughter. Melva and Dorothy, and Circus In Jacksonville Friday.
,: A Trade in Miss. Irene Lewis were visiting In Miss Margie Mathews of Stuike Mr. and Mrs J. F f1hilJren "

Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. was visiting Miss Alta Smith : of the Mat: Farm.
and Mrs. C. C. Hutchenson Thursday night.R. /Igltlng relatives in tins '

Your Old of Apopka were visiting Mrs. M. Johnson was called to the ounday.Mi. .
t Va w Hutchenson's parents Mr. and Mrs. bedside of his sister, Mis. John and Mrs. J C Sapp 1.1
ty { L. L. Conner Sunday the week-end In bamps'
Starling In
I Tampa.
: ) KitchenStove Miss Edna and Varlee Lewis left I I AtiH.: L. C. Smith who has beenon the gUEsts of her parents, MlMis. I

Friday to visit relatives In Auburn- the sick list for a week is some Eaton Pi'own. L
I ".. I dale Lakeland and Plant City. better at this writing. Misses Retha and Mary!. B'l+'
at
\ I
v' aft. H. H. Lewis and mother Mrs. E. of Boatdrain spent the
p Ji!r
I / I J. Lewis and Mrs. J. W. Drlggerlllmade In Th. Now a business Mrs. W. R. Kersey,
I trip to Penney Hmdfaril t.'out,. Florid
Farms Monday. In H* Tao t-:.t.lr of moved to this section
..it'll11 \H'O'1I.r( ...:..... ly Denmark or t
FREE DELIVERY I Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Conner vis- Hrrrnwrfl Mra Louise:
I Any where la Florida or Georgia lied! Mr. and Mrs. Frazer Shaw at %o.It.F. nonvllle was visiting nor Ie,J Jiir.
I NOT1CT: 'IN (
hereby KlXCIl that 1 "app; ,
J, S
the State Farm Friday. have flied and Mrs
I my Klnnl 1 1 Itcpnit UK AclmlnlMliHt < -
; ac. ,4 20 20 Mrs. Nela. White cf Jacksonville I 11'1 Ix ullli the Will Annexed afternoon.
of! the Estate: ,
of jitruen Marloti Mltditll '
I visiting her sister, Mrs.\ Walter', !P"<'I'Hxftl.' niiil my t'elltlun for Mrs W. F. Main h ntv'
t'1Sti WESTADAMS II" hill. I Final I I"|HI liartce; Ihat on. Tuexday< son Billie, were v
I the Illh day of I>KI'rmlier' A. IIl''J7. .
Ruby Crosby and II. II. Lewis ',, !' lit Ten ..'rIO/'k .\. M,, in UM KOOIIthriiiftor Mrs. B. M. McFl
f ADAMS visited the bedside of Chester Reg- IIM the nainn run he heard Sunday.
I' I will apply| i I lo the llnni' >ritlil. .. "K: R. iy
Ister near SUrlca Thursday night I i"IIflmn! County Juilxa' of llrud- JLtvics lick ?
who Is very 111 at this wilting. fut id l'y. riuilda, fur uppruvulf man sang vRLfF '
I the null. ) Finn 1, I Ufmrt| ; inr uuIliniliy -
Mr and Mis. H. II. Lewis in make rinul( .. \\ in Cuiglit.
spent
i
: : : fin ail drrhui'ge:.r( \:;: m
Sunday. with Miss Lettie Bowers :I I.thi.. AilminlKlrutrlx JlHtati: and for with 'the. Will11.. f lrll. T r., j
and father at Boatdiuln. I nexed nf the 1 pHtate r.f Jam..e M',tI McRae and Vi .1
--- I Inn Nfltcholl.! I er"itHi d.l '. panted: the -Ins*
: : gMrs
Erlg-h"t I l I'.ta'I:i> lhl.l 4th day of November, -
colors generally are more A l>., 1917.I.in T. N. Noerv. f
suitable for wear In the evening: )I! "'Ilo I'amlyn' MltihellAdiiilnlxtrairlx with the Will He'en! an,J r,
I than In the djjtlme. Night light Annexed fif the l':>rute of ..ramOl"I week-end I 1": I" ue
loftens them. I Marlon .Mitchell, 1.."......<1. tivva.PAom .
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! ILUB TH1tEE --- -. -- _ STARKE. FIARll)1- FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1037: t\ltnK;; NINE'
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DANHAZEN1937 Special AssemblyFor CHAPEL PROGRAMON SocietyAmong JUNIOR CLASS {

."Jt\L'J' ; : Monday wasn't as bad as you TEAM CAPTAIN Pep MeetingA MOTHERS' DAY PLAY TONIGHTCurtain
I"PITon.ISCHIEFli'IST might think the home, rooms did those who attended the

; HRlfT BENSON n't give yells- but instead all passed ( Georgia-Florida football game in
I'l.ijern 'hosen'threeSquads
; called of Statewide O'rlnck
special assembly was Wai fart 1"pt 8
down to the auditorium It Edna
EDITOR was Are Jacksonville Saturday were:
JI.RIIET NpfIRTY( ; (DOT) BISHOP the first "pep" meeting we have F'ornardDan Monday mOl DIng dUI InK the homeroom Otmvrvunra. Pearce, Harriet Bishop; Doshia In High/ SchoolAuditorium
Mr. Benson
period by for the
T'lBT'I!' EIVrfR had this year- -it was lots of fun! ".mitli. John ToroUe, A, Z. Adkins,
purpose of having the first Pep
FILL PLUMMER The cheers didn't ring out us they Hazen, due to his Jr., Cleon Woolen Bill Plummer,
good work
meeting of the and to makeseveral A splendid chapel was
year program
EDITOR have at previous meetings--last and ability, was chosen captain of 'lone Long, Remmer Phillips, Earnest This la the last warning! If you
LITERIN announcements.The given 10"1 May morning In honor of
!ii, MANNINOOK year-but just wait until we get the Tornadoes for the '37-38 Basketball !Mothers Day, which all the schoolsIn Philips, Hazel Moore, Lillian don't have your tickets now, get
I ""ITOR starteddon't rush us! season Dan has been a pep meeting was most enthusiastic :Moseley, Edith Rowe, Margaret them today or tie a string around
observed Ihis
Florida on same
EL'FrFritIRIAM PEARCE Friday-you'd never guess what! member of the team for two years and successful, due to Pearce, Enzo Weaver, Betty Jo your finger so you'll remember to

IUYTEREDITORIALS -well, there was a slight disturbance preceding this one. home new yells given and led by date.The Webb, Harold Bishop, Grace Green, bring your money to the door. If I
( --among some of the juniors The teams: were also chosen at Rena Mae Cutshaw, u post graduate chapel, began with the regular Ralph Rhodes, Billy Dowling. you miss it, you will miss a milestone r

and of couise seniors- just the old this meeting. Sixteen men were from Greenville, Tenn. On devotional. Ralph Rhodes spent the weekend of advancement'In Bradford 1'

School Spirit aroused I suppose! chosen to make up the squad for the stage with Rcna Mae were First selection, which brought a In Jacksonville. dramatics, an evening of the cleanest

"' At the ending of the day a senior the present. The teams cheerleaders, Edna Pearce, Lillian big applause was IWO songs, "Th Marion Dowling, Helen Dowling and funniest entertainmentever
are
MIGHTS; FOR THE WEEKL class meeting was called every- follows: as Moseley! Miriam Guy, and Vernon Love Hug," and "I Can't Give You Jetty Green and Caroline Green and a chance to get better acquainted

thing was smoothed over and now 1st team: Dan Hazen, Gene Silcox. Anything But Love," that were were visiting in Lake Butler Sun with citizens of Bradford

11 \\e must conquer our weak- everything Is o. --Thanks lo their Long Bob Long, ='lh'am.ynn, and In the future a pep meeting is cleverly acted and sung by Marion day.John County, because, my friend, everybody
IItS or they will conquer us. sponsors and professor! John Torode. to be held<1 in the auditorium every Brown and! Billie Benson Torotle spent the week-end Is going! So I'll\ see you at .

|tAil men cannot be THE best, I heard plenty of chattering 2nd team Monday morning during home Zell Collins gave an impressive In Jacksonville the play Friday night, and together
: Reece Bill
L every man can do HIS best well Monday seems. as if almost everyone Plummer Sidney Shufford Bradley Charles, room _period.HONOR.._ .. musical reading of a Mother' A. Z. Adkins. Jr., spent the we'll laugh at "Laugh Clown:'
r L The leward of a thing was either going or coming Priest and Harold Griffis. -- poem. week-end In Jacksonville and was This play was coached by Miss

L,is to have done it. during the week-end and apparently :3rd team: Cleon Woolen L. O. ROLL The gills special chorus sang, the guest of Mr and Mrs. Fredfuy. Jacobs who Is the eleventh grade

|l Responsibility, walks hand 1 indivlth everyone enjoyed the week- Jones Everett McKinney Hugh "Sweet Lellanl," tool "Blue" Ha sponsor

capacity and power. end to the fullest extent. Ingram, and Nelson Moore First
1 It Is disgraceful to stumble Another exciting thing happened Everett McKlnnny was elected Leslie Griffis Madge Brownlcc, The boys and girls glee club then Jacksonville Under best conditions, not more

against the same stone. Monday morning In Mr. Howard's manager Imcigene Cowart, Patsy Dew, Minnie sang "Mother McCree," after which Hazel: Moore nnd Lillian Moseley.. ; than 6,000 stars are visible to human

... -- general business class naturally -- ----__ Lou Ha/en; Audrey !Moore, Isa- the entire assembly' Joined In und spent the week-end In Jacksonville eyes, only half of these at anyone ,
LIFE: OF the excitement was that the whole bell Parker Ann .
TIIKOI ill Tin: KKYIIOI.E: Peggy Wiggins, sang.Lorraini J lime. '
Jl\ltr /\KIUET BISHOPon class had their pictures madenow Mrs. Roberts Teacher. Hartman read a poem,
wasn't that nice ? The class! Well First (irudeSpencer "To the Mothers of Bradford County -
well time goes on smoothly -
| the first day of August in thought so! and here we are. Hallowe'enover Crews John Garner, ." r I

!1 I. Wine was born to Mr and The Junior Class play Is to be and Thanksgiving on Its way. Dan Priest, Van Priest, Joan Carpenter The Juniors then presented one I ELEMENTARY ECHOES I
t H. A. Bishop a very sweet lit- given Friday night. The proceedsare Thanksgiving with roast turkeys Janet Anderson Beatrice of the many lively scenes of their

girl. The child was named for- -guess whatthe Junior- pumpkin pies nuts fruits, and oh, Bennett, Joe Ann Blacker, June play which Is to be given this Fri- : BH
lit 8 o'clock. We all could
iry Harriet but soon everyone Senior banquet- -and are the Seniors my let's don't talk about It, it Caldwell Geraldine Cox, Leila day night J
her Dot and they have Driskell Anna Lue tell by this short skit that it will MRS. SEAKING'S:'\ SIXTH GRADE
calling gladalmost beyond speech! makes us hungry. But It does inspire Hillhouse, Jua- Seventh Grade
tinned to do so. To the Seniors it Is "THE" eventof us to make the best of time. nita Kite, Betty Flynn Idell Lan- be a play full of fun and laughter r

|At the age of six she began the year. Before we know it, it will be I drum, Doris Moncrlef, James Mathews tor all. Has ProgramThe Mr. Gray gave us some lovely !

ilat Bradford High School and Now If after all this chatteringyou Christmas, then Raster, May Day, Betty Powell. The program was closed with the pamphlets on conservation of for. ,
i attended! school here for ten still have the "Blues" come and then so let's work. I Ruby Lilley Teacher singing"of the "Star Rpllnglt'jBanner. first Friday In November Is ests. We rend the poem In them .

By her friendly smile and up and see us sometime---just out Some girls enjoy just watchingthe First (irmli--,\ Mothers' Day In'I the school. The and then enjoyed coloring the pic
she has 7-B planned n Mothers' Day program tures. We short talks on
won gave
Ding personality of courtesyand see what we do. people skate at the rink. It's June Cothrun.Madge .
Me'ser'eau, Loca Belle Sumner and Invited all the mothers.We .
friends. saving trees and wild life.
many Naturally all can't be told in this not because they ale afraid of falling Mlddleton.! Teacher. Teacher
jDothns dark brown hair, pretty column. Toodle-o-o -- until next either. Oh dear, I thought we Second <]rode: Mrs Sixth Searing Grade made booklets and put In Thursday afternoon the two
t eyes and a smooth olive como week! had run those Gainesville boys Roy Harrell, Claude\ Johns, Joe them the order of the program and sixth grades enjoyed playing baseball
Baker, Joe EnglishJohn : ,
She Is five and one-half "Just Chat" off. Montelth Junior :Silcox, Billy Anthony several of our poems and songs. We with a new bat and ball that
KlnUw. aim White, Jr., MaryJo
hall I and weighs 110 pounds. .- Everyone Is talking about the Smith. Shirley Arnett Belly Henson ('ul
Istespends almost every summer TIIKOIUII TilE KEYHOLE Junior pl.IYVe are expecting a Elizabeth< Cox, On.a Demurest', II jorie Davis, Evelyn Hall Ruth when they arrived thank' him for them as we needed

iKingslcy! Lake and she learned Why did Starke girls take cush- lot and we hope that we will not be 'I Miriam hot nshy Marjorie! Manning Powell Geneva Rlgdon, Virginia The program' was ns follows: them badly.
|amt\ at the age of four She ions to the last game? Three disappointed shouldn't! Those Jeanette Priest; Rebecca {jewel I, Margaret Slrlngfellow Welcome to Mothers Mrs. The following officers were elected j

Slamming, dancing, and sail- guesses No, they knew the I Juniors are working hard enough. Simpson Gertrude Tomlinson. 'ivleilo Thomas Roberta Whilfield, Demorent. Monday at our class meeting for
Her dislikes are conceited and benches, weren't wet. No, theyweien't Poshia Smith has a regular I Second Grade Fay Yarbrough. Bible Reading, Exodus: 20:12: I the third month of school:

[clrary people.' trying to be ritzy. They week-end visitor from Gainesville. :Myrllce Warren' Odessa Thomas, Miss. Kennedy:: Teacher. Class Pr'esldt'nt--Elnol'a Bennett

&sdes being studious Dot is al- rede horses the day before. Lillian It really looked good to see him on Lois Thonvis Audrey< Ann Prevail, .--- _. __ Bible Rending, F.plu-M.ms ((1:1-3: Vice-President--Dorothy Faxon.
Ivery pupular. She Is a member Stump suffered considerably from the basketball court again, last Ruth ,Johnson Leila Kersey, Cora TIIIUD (iu.Utit'S:'\ : -Clasa Lt'adel'--Nloa. Bishop. Secretary- Ellen Mersereau.

1 the Little Women and SubDebbs 11 graceful tumble; and some fresh week. How about it, Doshla ? Belle Jones, :Myrtle Bonnet le, lone I We are making an Armistice The Lord's Prayer -- Class and Treasurer- Georrjla Gilpln; e

and Social Editor of the B.1S. horses tried to run away with Dot Mary Edwards. was the heroineof Bell Homer O'Neal, Leon Ellington. Day sand table. We have bought visitors Judge--Donald Bagwell.

Journal. and Miriam. My! My! These girls the girl's basketball practice, !lolls and are dressing them to hnve Flag Salute- -Class and Visitors Traffic Officers--Betty Harden-

|let wants to be stenographer that exercise! last week. Speedy recovery for Kitty Hogscd, Teacher in a parade of nurses and soldiers The Origin/ of Mothers' Day-- brook. Billy Parker,

displunnmg to enter college butt What' a dizzy, I mean busy place that had toe, Mary! Third rude tnd sailors. We are also making Ida Lulu Davis. I. Monitors Doris Goodge, Loca

t decided! which one. this is. There's the Junior play, L. G. Johns, Doshia Smith, Ver- Martha: King, William Anthony l flag. Only One Mother Comer Per-I Belle Sumner, Armond Thomas, ;

|Dot has shown a great deal of the P. T. A. Street Dance and Parade non Silcox, Gene Long, and Bill Andrews, Robert Johns J. C. Burton The Florida, Forest Service sent ryman. and Mann Goo"ge.LlbrarlanAzlel.
I
writum. with the school ands the Senior rings, the Sophomore !I'lummor have all had sprained Velma Connor Ruth Goodman, as some rulers. We are learningto Hung "Auld Lang Syn -CIiiHS.. Jackson.

i though we will miss her we party, etc. They all sound 1 thumbs in the last few weeks. It Jeanne Rotainetle, Pauline Moseley, measure' carefully and how It Mother and I{rime- Sara Bare Program Chairman Mural I

41r] the very best of success In good and I think we should keep must be an epidemic! W. B. McKinney, David Gunter, Ester use them for making margins etc. i'oot.Luck Smith.

calendars for everything that's Now who Is that young lady N. English, Louise Edwards, Ralph Miss. Buddinglon, Teacher Lois Ni-Wbonie. Reporter Dorothy Faxon.
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t- I
-.--- Happening.That !;. T. is seen with su often Is he taking Shaw, Leslie Bradley Josephine -- ----.---- An AcrosticMOT H K it
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LIFE 01I. -' Special, Chorus in Gaines- care of her 'lill his brother returns Dicjndlo. THIRD A Class.
before last made a Is Our loom-molher, MIH. ,1. O Song, Mother-Class.! A good fall dessert may be made
,. O. JONES, .IK. ville, Friday I I.lIt or he "speaking for him- Mrs. Biggs, Teacher. .
We've got something there! self." The young lady Is dal k. with Third! Grade Godwin, visited us Tuesday morning A Boy's MotherBilly Putruy. of ice cream and chocolate sauce

|When L o. came to our school Chapel Thursday morning was I eyes that are a "dewy" blue. Mayie Billy Benson! Barney McRae, and presented us with a pretty Which Loved Best. -Jiinmlo Grlf- on top of baked chocolate wnfflrs.Ico .
also be used as n
ut t len he quite enjoyable. Hollywood had Tommy ought to know! ] new picture. flee cream may
we thought
years ago Willie O'Neal, Leonard Pace, Ma- and
for two baked waffles
just another What better keep an eye out for Ilalph Well, the Guy-Powell affair has It la a picture of a kind Shepherd A Surprise Song for Mothers filling
boy. a surge I rion Brown, Mary Carlo, Evelyn the combination covered with I
|: he was! L. o. is very fatHut Rhodes.'e've got somethingthere. obviously "gone with the wind." As Griffis. dug finding a wet lamb who has Class. t
I aDd one of the leading sludts soon as everyone finds out that Mrs. Andrews, Teacher. been lost in the snow. We are very As we sang this surprise Bong sauce.
| in all of his classes. He is People are going! around with Miriam: la back in circulation I four Third tirade i thankful for the picture we presented, our mothers with hot
|her athletic and football is his black and blue-d faces, aims and all the boys will make a rush for pan holders which Mrs. Demorest it very much. More than half the
knees all on account of the skating Hampton. I am trying to keep 11 a Ray Driskell, Maurice Edwards, 1TIU!' WASHINGTON had I aught us to make pupils of this room are taking the
carne sport He has been one of rink. Who said Starke was dry? seer ct, BO don'l tell anyone. Bobby Dyal, .lim Frank Jordan, Lust summer my mother and Then we had 1 a social hour dun typhoid shots. The school health
(officers of his class nearly ev- Thi-i! cold weather in invigorating After the Florida-Georgia gume, Shirley Judd, Franklin Young, Gay daddy took me to Washington. ing which we served refreshments, nurse said 1 we had a better record

Jjear.) and always makes a good : ; it should make all of us study Hazel and Lillian met the Galor's Driskell, Marjorie Gay, Ruby I saw the Washington. Monument which were. punch and little cakes. than any other room In school.Rl'pol'ters .

L. O. Is a member of National more. Come on, let's set some l records football captain, and star' Walter Green Rosa Mae Manning Lorlne I went to a museum. I saw Later we served! mints and milted Arline Dew and Ber,
and and Is in the radio sectionthe McKinney, Joyce Moore, Merry
nuts. nard Jordan. Teacher! Miss
:Mayberry, and got to hold the the first airplane that was ever
| Headquarters Company, 2nd The Little Women's weiner roast foolball that made the touchdown. Winkltr. made. I saw the first buggy that The mothers seemed to enjoy it Hinson
12 Infantry and went to Miss Buddinglon< Teacher I the old us much us the claim did.!
was rather dampened by sudden The girls are rather excited aboutIt was ever made saw We are" .
National Guards Camp last ".us. Uut they didn't let that get but can you blame them? Fourth Grade fashioned dresses IIOI'I'yLII the mothers/ of 7-B could OLD JI."rTUtMSES1.Ut: : :

lamer.It. them down; they went on and had We hear a new boy- -or rather Walter Dew, Bradley Geiger, Ono Demorest. not have been with us. NEW Regardless' of cnnilitloii

0. has lived In four different big time, anyway. More powerto young man has moved to Starke. Marion Manning, Billy Overstreel, ..- ---? New Mattrrti+ :Made to order
tee, Tennessee, Alabama, Geor- you. How odd! It isn't unusual at all Lila Rae Caldwell, Hazel Fields, We have been selling candy and .Till GKADK NEWS Let us convert your old mattress
I anal Florida. He has brown Peeper for a new girl to move here, buta Esther Griffis Merry Beth Knight, are going lo use the money to buy We have four new pupils in this into new type inner spring

fly hair,. blue eyes and a splendid -- ---.---- new boy is quite a rare occurrence Marjorie Sue Middluton, Margaret books, pictures etc. room in the last two weeks, they mattress. Our prices are rea-
tan NOTE APPRECIATION He Is seen down at the skat- Monteith, Evelyn Newsome, Mary We are glad to welcome Edward are Inez CutHhaw, from Greenville, sonable. Satisfaction Guaran

|t'e seniors of 1938 are expecting The junior class wishes to exprEss ing rink practically every night Lee Overstreet, Wanda Pearce, Moody, a new pupil from Jackson- Tenn.; Dorothy Boll! Futch from teed.Quick

111 things of L. O. because he its deepest appreciation to and is one of the reasons for such Mary Alice Yarbrough. ville. Miicclenny; Maggie I Elizabeth Service
the qualifications for most Miss Rosalind Jacobs for her untir- a large percentage of the onlookers Mrs Hart, Teacher. In reading we have been studying 'Luke from Manatee; and Patsy Mattress Company
!' Filth Grade about the Brownie of Blendmock Roberts from Lake City. We are
he and in dllectmg being girls.
tries cooperation
fJ'Wng He plans to bees 'patience 3X1 Park! St.
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: a chemist or electrical en- I the Junior play, "Laugh This Is. Detective Will See It Paul Andrews Ray Bell, Mathew and had lots of fun drawing and glad to welcome these girls amongus. JACKSONVILLE Purtoryi FLA.

aver Clown." signing off. In conclusion may I :McKinney, O. J. Undel hill. William discussing. brownies. Most of us We have asked gills from other W.. rail for rind deliver; just '

say I am now close on the trail YarbroiiKh R. V. Allen, Mary wish that we could see a real rooms to come in and give UH a drop u.. u r" ril.BEASLEY'S .
of that destructor of peaceful existence Bradley, Thelma Prevail.' brownie program once a week. We enjoy
BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull Mrs. Andrews Teacher -- -- -------
Edna Prevail, Teacher.sixth -
Dan Cupid, and I will get _._._ ,
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Full tin) of Casket. .t fndertakrr. supplies' himif! he doesn't get me! -,- -. I-. - ---.-- ,
SERVICEDAY Peeper. Grade FIRST GRADE' NEWS I
AMBULANCE
ANi) NIGHT -- .- Donald Bagwell, Hilly Parker, Our room had a Hallowe'en SERVICE STATION I

53 HONE 53 Dr. Lee DeForest invented the Leonard Peek, Elnora Bennett, Party in honor of the teacher's

G. II. BENNETT Mgr. vacuum tube In 1012, and this was Ethel Mae: Coleman, Annette Colh- birthday last Friday. I TRY OI'R! SERVICE AND BE CONVINCED ,

"1 UOrIE: -LiiiE INSTITUTION' followed: by the development of radio ran Dorothy Faxon, Georgia Gil- Cameo and contests were enjoy- ,
pin, Betty Hardenbrook, Ellen I ed., Kingamith. Griffis won the l ATLAS
prize for pinning the "Cat's Tail

-- -- -- --- ...... -- ... ''In the right:: place. TIRES BATTERIES TUBES
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.- The cake was! then cut and eaten
I TIri'H rnroiiilitloniilly Gii.mintaxl for I S i-ar nod 18 MoslhSTANDARD .*
with Ice cream. Lollipops, in
Hallowe'en colors, were given/; a.i OIL PRODUCTS

favors. 1'ASiilNG1'OLISIIINOWAXINGGRE.tn'.INGi :'\ :
M. Middleton Teacher.

WHATWHEREWHYOF First NeuWe t Call 60 For Road Service

had a very good time mak-

"" .. ing cats, witches, and jack-o-lan- Easy': l'n>incut Plan On Tires and II.it terle.*
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1IW." tern, and drawing Hallowe'en j I.\(:\- ('OS\\\\, FLORIDA :MOTOR MXES AGENT:
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__ -- scenes free hand. ....-.-..-.-.-.--.-.-.- ---.--.-..-,--..-,-..-.-
.._ T-- __ ...,.._ _. !' We had a Hallowe' party in
our room Friday afternoon Our
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDADKINIi refreshment were candy bought fitT: THE MOST OUT OF YOUR; :MOTOR \\ IT II

from the P. T. A. carnival. We
KOOL MOTOR
US GIVE YOUR FLTJMHING CAItINET SV0KK enjoyed a contest In making masks
A THOROUGH HOUSUCLEANING F. C. Hollingsworth FfKMTLKE REPAIRING to wear to the aarnival. Vivian GASOLINE AND OILS
ITIIOLSTERINGEDDIE \ :McRae made the best mll. k" FIVE STATIONS IN BRADFORD COUNTY: ARE AT SOUR'
Hog And Hominy We have new readers and are SERVICE WITH A COMPLETE: LINE OF

@JLMIn J. L. Simmons FARMS HARTMAN enjoying them very much. CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS

We wish to thank our grocerymen GET THAT
Plumber THE NEXT TIME YOUR MOTOR RUNS nOT
!Sterilized Bottled I'HO.NK 33Stern's : for the nice white pine boxes. KOOL-MOTOR: GASOLINE FROM ONE OF TIIKSK -
-- We are making furniture for our STATIONS! : JOHN ROGERS (GuineaIlle! Rand I)
(arrlrIlw
The Pause Tlmt Refreshes, THIS SPACE Denmark doll house out of them. Kitty's Dad Penders' 13-28 w ;

BMKMfcAe AREEXPERTS FOR RENT GarageZENITH Ann We Wiggins are very is sorry very ill that, and Peggy hopethat West End Sta. Harrison's (Brooker)

PRE CUI1.TJOX Furniture CoW RADIOS .1 she will soon he back In school. D. E. ROBERTS AgentimADFOKD '"
"" TO THE TIRES TUBES ,
: YOUR MESSAGE GOODRICH -- We wish to thank Mrs. Hugh '
'e Are Recehlng New AND UNION COI :NTIESWOKTIIINUTON ;
BRING highest Quality-Lowest Price. Brownlee, our Room Mother, for SPRINGSradford
PUBLIC WILL Day. Be Sure to
CARPENTER'S Every
Stock
BASiPA'IE.. TS the clothes she gave to some of ua.
It Before You Buy.
Tilt REX\I..L STORm RESULTS See :Mrs. Roberts, Teacher.


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P. T, A. Meets I Miss Ernestine Andrews Mary Alice Yarbrough K. 364th. Infantry, Olst Division. SIRS BEKTIIX blew

Thursday' NightThe I Weds L. F. KelleyAt Has Birthday Party: Responding to a call for volunteers, Mrs. Bertha Mc\Vam, 11V
Stroman with five others Ito\'enl
1 KissimmeeA Sergeant five years of site end l ,
ii'lt' oc/etK Parent-Teachers Associationof Mary Alice Yarbrough, little advanced .400 yards beyond their a resident of Starke \'el'al yea;
the Bradford High School metIn marriage of much Interest to granddaughter of Mrs. R. S. Fer- front to bring In wounded com- morning in a local lied ,MOIII,

regular session Thursday night, friends In this part of the state nandez, celebrated her ninth birth- rades. They succeeded In rescuingseven Ing a lingering Ilblesa hoKpu fOlio

November 4, in the school audito- was that of Miss Ernestine Louise day Friday of last week with a of their,men, also In bringing services were held rune,
TUMa.
''I 1 I I.I rium. While members were arriving Andrews, daughter of Mr. and Mrs party for her friends at the homeof In the dead body of a lieutenant Ing at eleven o'clock In''| InOI
1 I.
*. the Strawberry String Band Wesley L. Andrews, and Leroy F her grandmother.Soon thE De\\1
M, : Weiner Roast Enjoyed Officers Elected while exposed to terrific ma P. Jones Chapel with
I*y I 1' f favored the audience\ with various Kelley, son of Mr and Mrs, M. M. after the guests arrived in chine-gun fire." Father from Gainesville, a rathnl*
t : f A weiner roast was held at the The Junior Helping Hands' Class numbers. Kelley of Vero Beach, which was the afternoon the' children began Interment was In oHlt'lalln'
t ''i home of Mrs. Russell McRae Friday of the Baptist Church, Mrs.-C. A. After group singing of three P. solemnized Tuesday evening No- playing games In the spacious Sergeant 'lieutenant.Stroman was after- Cemetery. the rr08h, ",,'
wards made He enlisted
Sr'J;t' f'I' + night, given by her three chlI' !- Knight, teacher, elected officers at T. A. songs, the business meeting, vember second in Kissimmee. The yard. Farmer-ln-tbe-Dell was played -
.....iI: ,I dren, Judy, Bobby and Jimraie. The last after. Rev. T S. Hubert, pastor of the Hallowe'en story from Tallahassee but Is now Pallbearers were Morris an ,
Davie and then
il their meeting Monday with the president, Mrs. E. M. a making his home here with his sister Jackson C. M. ra:
fz" 'I' children invited assembled soon their teacher. Baptist Church, read the Impres- held. Virginia Sewell Howaru A I
of Routine 011
noon at the home presiding, opened. contest was fls, L. A.
Mrs. S. S. Dowling, and his Gray
and .
I I'I ; after seven o'clock and welners Clarice Thomas was elected presi- business matters and committee reports sive nuptial rites In the presenceof won the prize. Then the bobbing mother, Mrs. W. S. Stroman. land. Surviving Clayton, Sari: ,

,.1..jl .t :: and marshmallows were roasted dent; Shirley Morgan vice pres- were heard and the P. T. A. a host of friends who gatheredat apples contest, followed with a her husband, Robert the deceased I''
j !'( over a large fire in the side yard. ident Gilpin secretary; voted to endorse the Copeland- the paatorlurn to witness the Witch and Cat contest and Mary ; four Me Vuin. n
George Priest children
:
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. by
,Ii'I: After the the children enjoyed happy event. the here. a pl'lo!
:. ; supper Lois Newsome treasurer; captainof Blume Kindergarten bill which it Is Beth Knight won prize three sons Al, marring
"I 1 J many games and then made the next there a marsh mellow Entertain Monday Night Julius and Wilb,
,t ; Lee Johns hoped will be passed by The bride, who is a charming Then was Jeagen all of
Dorothy
I .' ''i,: the evening complete with a visit. and group captain one of, group two, Sarah legislature.The brunet. waa lovely in her wedding grab and fortune telling. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Priest enter : tucky and a daughter Indepen.leme Ko,

'1 I r.. '! to the skating rink. Barefoot. Ruth Powell was selected education program was next, dress of blue sheer crepe with accessories Refreshments were served buffet tained with a buffetdinner Mon Kruse, of Lake Worth Mrc,
: J "'j j Those present besides tne iioeU conducted by Mrs. W. B. Sewell to match. Mrs. Kelleywas style in the dining room, which day night at their home on Call
Annette Mrs.
and
I '. '; Jf were Jerome Johns, Evelyn New- as press chairman reporter of the social with the topic: "Know Your School graduated from the Bradford was appropriately decorated In Street in honor of Miss Essie Cole- berg McWain was bon ,.n Ha,,
Cothran Germany
G I ', ,, some, Carolyn and Colette Green, as Library." After a discussion of the County High School and was a Hallowe'en colors and lighted by man and Miss Arline Mann who came to March 9, t IFa2 a
j t \.1 d ", Louise Cothran, Lois Newsome, committee. After the business topic she Introduced the principalof popular member of the class of candles. On each Hallowe'en plate left Wednesday for Washington to net'al this country in ,ISHO r

I( k' I"," Bobby Edwards, John and Virginia meeting, refreshments were servo I the high school, J. H. Benson 1935.Mr. was a crisp sugar cooky with or- resume their duties there. of DeWitt arrangements C. wen! nor"

i ; i d Anderson, and George Powell. ed. who spoke of the state's require Kelley Is the owner and op- ange icing and eyes, nose and Those invited to be with Miss Jones..
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; ments for school libraries in accredited erator of a drug pharmacy in Or- mouth formed with raisins and also
Coleman and Miss Mann were Congressman -
schools Miss Harriet lando, and after a brief weddingtour cakes in the form of animals and NoticeThe
and Mrs. Lex Green, who
1! Benson a member of the B. H. S. they will be at home to their orange lemonade. Favors were returns to Washington Sunday, Woman's Missioni, mi:
: student body was next with a talkon friends in Orlando at 313 NOI.thMain Hallowe'en pops containing orange of the Baptist Church "
DUO-THERM and the Rev. and :Mrs. L. A. Shep- VII'| m(>
the school's library. hats and fortunes
present St. Monday afternoon at ,
herd, Mr. and Mrs. thi" dot,,
H. E. Priest,
Following the program the pies- A host of friends in Bradfordand Those present were Roberta in the church building ,
e dent Mrs. E. M. Davis, appointed Union Counties join in con- Whitfleid. Betty Green, Anlce Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Alvarez, Miss ber two will have ,-ham, 'nun
i Mrs. Myra Peck as chairman of a and wishes to Green, Wanda Pearce, Virginia Madge Whigham and Miss Pauline program. > III
gratulations good
r 1 j t MODERN CRUDE OIL ;committee in charge of assistingthe Mr. and Mrs. Kelley. Sewell, Marjorie Davis, Ruth Powell Priest of Gainesville. -..

school library. The meeting ad- -. Mary Powell Margaret Mon- Early fall flowers were used In Tripoli and the Balkm- t'ie i.,

journed and delicious refreshmentsof Ladies' Auxiliary Meets teith, Merry Beth Knight, Hazel tastefully decorating the Priest scenes of the first use ,i ,III,,iuUn,
HEATERS doughnuts and coffee were serv- Fields, Marjorie Sue Middleton home for the occasion. In warfare.
1 I : With Mrs. E. M. Davis
; ed to the members by the hostesses Ona Demorest and Glen Naswor-

Mrs. J. H. Benson and Mrs. T. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the thy.
I T. Long. The next meeting will be Presbyterian Church met Tuesday A FEW CENTS EACH WEEK WILL

: held at 3:30: o'clock in the after- night at 7:30: o'clock at the homeof MISSION HALL
WINTER COMFORT noon of Thursday, December 3, in Mrs., E. M. Davis. The living Mr and Mrs. Earl W. Frey of GUARANTEE $500.00 IN 18 YEARS

it the school auditorium. room, where the members assembled the Gospel Church Cleveland, 0.,
I ; NO FUSS ....-- I was tastefully decorated witha rendered a splendid service at the PENINSULAR LIFE INSURANCE CO.

W. S. Silcox Jr. profusion of chrysanthemums meeting hour this week at the Mis- Charley W. Nicholson
AgentGREEN'S
NO MUSS Has Birthday PartyW. and roses which added to the attractiveness sion. An illustrated lesson on: ,

of the already cheerful "Faith" using the famous Pace
S. Silcox, Jr., son of Mr. and cartoons
room. _4 was given and much ap
Mrs. W. S. Silcox, celebrated his
At the beginning of the program, preciated. It was a lesson which
r JUST WARMTH FOR THE seventh birthday Friday afternoon the president, Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Inspired and increased one's faith FLA. PORKCHOPS
with a party given for many of introduced the Rev. R. T. Caldwell, and confidence In God's ability and

ENTIRE HOUSE his young friends. The guests as- pastor of the Presbyterian Church : willingness. A Pace cartoon wasa
sembled at the Silcox home at 3:30
: Here, who made a splendid talk on souvenir of the meeting. Out of Lb. 14c
o'clock and games and contests Thanksgiving. Following this, Mrs. town visitors included Mrs. Tlb-
were enjoyed on the lawn, follow R. F. Clarke conducted the devotional bitts and secretary of Park of the STORE

1,, hob DUOTHERMQU1GLEY ing which refreshments of cake using Thanksgiving as her Palms; Mr. and Mrs. Arwood and

and punch were served. theme. grandson, Bobby of Lawtey.A CASH it CARRY FLOUR 24 lb. 73c

Those Invited and attending the The president presided over the lesson in keeping with Armis- STARKE, FLA.

happy celebration were Vivian, business meeting which came next, tice will be used next week and a

1 & DAVIS Barney, Marlon and Betty McRae, and after routine business and reports souvenir booklet of uplifting power WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF QUALITY FEEl .\T A
Patsy Ruth Hall, Edna Silcox, Jay were over, plans for a reception will be given all attending. VERY LOW PRICE. SEE US BEFORE Bfll.NO.
+ STARKE FLA. McKinney, Billy Smith, Rebecca at the manse next Thurs There will also be special music
tt a Simpson, Norma Gunnels, Mary day, November 18, honoring Mr by "Dick," a member of Camp of BEST COMPOUND:

Mercereau, Ona Demoreat, Bobby and Mrs. Caldwell were made. The the Palm.
---- ----- Bible quiz was led by Mrs. W. A. Bring your friends and Bibles. LARD n 9ic

,
tw Bonham.followed by a social hour .

during which the hostess served RESOLUTIONSIn

refreshments consisting of a delightful Memory of Mrs. Julia C. -

t tu salad course. Prescott HOME GROUND
?'J1 HELP TO OBSERVE Those present beside the hostess ; Whereas, God in his wisdom has

were Mrs. R..,, Clark, Mrs. W. A. : summoned the sweet spirit of our MEAL 10 lb. 20c OLEO Ib. 12'c'/,
i Bonham. Mr..,and Mrs. Caldwell sister and co-worker, Mrs. Julia C.
i Mrs. John Uglow. Mrs. T. S. Wil- Prescott, from her earthly home to

liams, Mrs. IV NA Kendrick, Mrs. : an heavenly one, on October 25, FANCY BLUE ROSE-WHOLE GRAIN
K. G. Duncan, and Mrs H. H. 1937, therefore,

Young. Be It Resolved That we the
members of the Woman's Mission- RICESlbs. 15cPEARL

t Woodmen Hear Report ary Society of the Methodist

Of Convention RepresentativeThe Church at Starke, are grateful to

our Father In heaven for her Christian -
Starke Grove No. 278 of the

enjoyed Supreme the Forest report Woodmen given by Circle Mrs. us life with that Its was benedictions so long of sparedto pre GRITS 10 Ibs. 25c

Vonda Inman of the trip she madeto cept and example, and
Be It Further Resolved, That we
: the National Woodmen Conven-
bow in humble submission to the
tion In Omaha, Nebraska recentlyat
divine decree that drew her from
the meeting Tuesday night in
our midst and the labor she COOKING-Bring jour runOil
the Woodman' Hall. The Grove Is loved SUGAR 5 Ib. 25c
proud of the fact that Mrs. Inman to: a more perfect service above;
that: we cherish her and
memory
was awarded the Proficiency Cer- her example of faith and loyalty; O. NORTHERN, Baby Lima
ARMISTICE DAY NOVEMBER 11 tificate for Ritualistic work and
and that extend Gal 72c
also' we sympathy to
that she received a pin for
BEANS Lb. 5c
outstanding work in the fraternal other the sorrowing relatives.Be husband. and son and ,

world. Too, she was awarded the
d Degree of Senior Master Under- It Further Resolved, Thata BEST

Most of the stores in Starke As the war clouds gather attended writers. the Miss convention Amy Moore also, ,who received to copy the bereaved of these resolutions husband and be son sent; WHITE-WESTERN

will observe Armistice Day by thicker and thicker in parts of the degree of Junior Underwriter that page they of our also minutes be inscribed, and sent on to a BACON lb. 15c

staying closed. It is fitting they the world, it is fitting that we Mrs. Inman gave some brief descriptions the Bradford County Telegraphfor .

E should jdo4ithis; in honorable should spend more and more of her trip:. ,"Through publication: '- V v. ?8o< *. Jar APPLEBUTTER PORK
.' ; : ,::. ; t Carrie Amelia Ray ''
f of the day when the time thinking of the terrible the states of Arkansas.and part,pf) Lois Edwards Adkins, '
memory Missouri and .Kansas, there-w re 2 f for 25 STEW lb. \\m
losses both miles of beatulful Nolia D. Middleton,
'.k NW most horrible war of all times in lives and proper- green wheat Committee.
fields, and in Arkansas there
ceased. Closing in observance ty, that resulted from the last one rice field that extended with-was 2-lb. Jar PEANUTBUTTER SMOKED SUGAR Cl I"'"

s of Armistice is a commendable one. Wise people profit by out break for thirty-nine miles," Local Veteran Was
she said. A Decorated In France 21
snow storm in Peoria, 20c BACON Lb. c
should show their mistakes. Let
practice and you us not repeat Illinois, she continued, was a very
It has recently become known to -
by the disastrous mistake of great attraction to a southerner,
appreciation cooperating
your some of the American Legion

with the stores. war. Let us have peace! and with her two friends days was stay very In: Indianapolis Interest-- members here that there Is a local Tomatoes NO. 2 CAN 6c

veteran who waa decorated In STANDARD PACK
ing especially when she was ihown
France during the World War. By -
many of the sights of the city. A
referring to a book entitled, "Dec.
.
_4fIj curious fact that Mrs. Inman notedin MACKEREL or S tall cans Palmolive
4 orations-United States Army-
her travels through the central Bar c
1862 to 1926", on page 584, Is Sardines 25c Soap,
portion of our great country, was
25c
found the following Information: Supersuds 3 for
the absence of forests or woods of ,
Associate Store Cafe "Stroman, Henry H. ((2283158)) Toilet
Western Auto Bryant's any kind. Octagon
At Ecliafontaine, France, September PET OR CARNATION

11 Bradford Hardware Co. J. W. Andrews, Jr. Grove In the decided business to plan meeting to attend, the the: 28, 1918. Sergeant, CompanyAfter MILK Stall 20c Small Bar 5c

district convention which will be Octagon

.tILIF Three Friends Barber Shop Hart Furniture Co.Carpenter's 2.held The in High Woodmen Springs Circle on December has also MIXED GROUND Soap Chips 2 for I5c

organized a choir led by Mrs. Octagon Soap or
Drug Store A. M. Darby's Store"Buck" MEAT
Maude Andrews 15c 5c
and it will have W. Powder, 2 for
part in the convention program. In s ;ra
. Suwannee Store Crawford"Red"
i the. coming meeting of the 23rd
# RELISH OR SALADDRESSING
fifteen new members will
see' .w be Initiated -
r Harold C. Wall, Ins. Agency Alvarez into the order and the grove r r

will be honored by a visit from the 20c
; t. Van H. Priest Co., 5c to $1 Kozy Korner RestaurantL. state manager. Mrs. Myrtle Crump, Qt.Jar
; of
Tampa.
G. Powell Bennett's Service Station The following grove members -.

I attended the district convention In Agent For
Jacksonville Friday: Mrs. A. J.

GrlKIs, Mrs..Charley Powell Mrs.
I Gladys Harrington, Miss

All-Day Skeet And Turkey Shoot I convention Moore and Mrs.Mrs.Inman Inman.was At asked Amy the CKemidnight TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO.

to preside over the Initiation cere-
monies and was the installing at. fire
SPONSORED BY STARKE GUN CLUB I tendant.All .

'i ;I' t members are urged to at- Better QualityGet

COME HAVE THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE-BRING FRIENDS tend the meeting of November 23.

INSURE WITH
Hall, Joe Monteith Audrey Ann
Prevatt, Jimmie McRae and Isabelle Johns & Wainwright Our Low Prices Before BuyingPAG&
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Mrs K. B. Norman of Jackson- Elbert Edwards, son of Mr. and M. Z. Sullivan of Miami was a Misses Marjorie Stump Lois Ad- The W C. T. U. meeting was of
w ville was the guest Tuesday of Mrs. J.V.. Edwards, recently be- visitor to Starke over the weekend klns, Marjorie Benson Katie and urAjsual interest last week when
Ifl Mrs.
E. S. Matthews. came a member of the Civilian coming to Starke to visit the Virginia Fugate, and Dorothy MM. Kemp gave an Interesting account -
ofI Conservation Corps and is In a bedside of his sister, Mrs. J. P. Swanbom, all students at the Wo of the state convention, held
Senator C. E. Johns and l N. D. camp In Cherau S. C. Summers, who la seriously ill In a man's College in Tallahassee, will In Bartow. This week the meetingwill
Wuinwrlght, Jr., spent Friday in hospital here. spend the week-end at their homes be held at the home of Mr.
Jacksonville on business.Mrs. Mr. and Mra. Frank i here.
Local Ne Colloy attended .and Mrs R. L. Kemp Friday after
---- the wedding of their niece, Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and ''noon.
Mae Jones of Jacksonville Miss Eva Fugate,. to Carl Cham- A. Z. Adkina, Jr spent the week Mr. and :Mrs. J. G. Lynn and two
I CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND spent _several days this week with bliss, both of Jacksonville, in Jack- end in Jacksonville as guests of children were guests of Mr. Lynn's s
Dr. and Mrs W. E. Middleton. sonville Sunday, Judge Adkins' sister, Mrs Emma
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Lynn,
-- -- Carlton. of Milton, and of his brother and
Miss Ruth Rowe returned Thursday County Agent T. K. McClane, Jr. REAL
-- -- sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A, L.
following a three week's visit spoke over radio station WRUF Mr. and Mrs. W, L. Edwards and Lynn of Pensacola, during: the past
I with relatives in Lake Monday< at one o'clock on the sub-
L City daughter, Fredrlcka, and Mrs. F. weekend.Mrs. ESTATE
nd Mrs. O. L.1'ueaduy Haynes spent Mrs. Henry Clark of Jacksonville ject of the Sea Island Cotton Industry G. Bauknight all of Jacksonville,

'In Jacksonville. was here Wednesday looking Mr. and Mrs. Elmo R. Struth attended in Bradford County. will spend Saturday with Mrs. Ed- Jennie L. Card writes the IF YOU WANT TO
after her land Interests. the wards' and Mrs.
football game In Jacksonville Bauknight'a parents -
Telegraph and wants her friends
'. and l Mrs H. L. Hough were Saturday. The Strawberry String Band Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth. here to know | BUY SELL OR RENT
that
)11' she Is making
I composed of students of the Brad-
I weekend visitors to Jacksonville.jerilll C. D. Williams of Tallahasseewas ford High School broadcasted over her permanent home at 1274 East SEE US-
a business visitor to Starke Misses Rosa Mae and Edith I radio The Rev and Mrs. W. A. Fischer, 89th St., Cleveland, Ohio. She
station WRUF/ Tuesday aft- WILSONREALTY
) McMillan spent the week- Wednesday. Rowe spent Saturday in Jackson- I ernoon.I who have been visiting Mr. Fis- says that she Is In "very good
| end in Jacksonville_ ville. cher's brother-in-law and ulster, health here In the north and have CO. 1

Russell Dean of Memphis, Trim., I I C. Reynolds of Jacksonville the Rev. and Mrs. A. K. White- been! enjoying myself In every .
gaud the If'ft.-rn the letter box was a business visitor to Starke I Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis and and state agent for the American sides, of Lancaster, S. C., are expected i way."

In,t..d.I>"" 1''I'f'r.-\ S. Strlfklan.1. Tuesday daughter, Miss Jean, were guestsof I[ Insurance Company was In Starke to.return to their home here t,

lira. Hilda Belle Bence was a Mrs. Davis' mother, Mrs. Emma )i Tuesday conferring on business Saturday.Mrs.
I 10 Jacksonville Monday. Morris Jackson will attend the Anderson, in Archer Sunday. i| mutters with Johns & Wainwright,
VIsitor RexHll Convention in Orlando Fri. Insurance agents. Vonda Inman, Mrs. C. J.

A I Pal ks of Waldo was day. Miss Kate Struth was the guest -- Powell, Mrs. A. J. Grlffls, Miss
Jrs.
guest Thursday of Mr. and I last week of her brother-in-law The Woman's Missionary Societyof Amy Moore, Mrs. George Inman
| )the Irs, \\' B Alexander. E. C. Shetterly of Jacksonvillewas I j and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ed- the Methodist Church will meetMonday and Mrs. Kenneth Harrington attended
a business visitor here Tues wards, in Jacksonville afternoon at three o'clock, the district meeting of the
Mrs o C Kruse of Lake Worth day. in the educational building. Devotional -I Woodman Circle in Jacksonville

I ,as a visitor here this week. She I Miss Pauline Priest of Gainesville and business meeting last week.

I vas formerly a resident of Starke. Mrs. E. W. Hayes and daughterweie j I spent the week-end here with I I GROCERYSTARKE
visiting relatives in Gaines- I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. 11rs.1.D. Doyle has resignedher I Wilbur A. Scott, a former citizen !-
jjls, lH.. Long spent the weekend ville Saturday Priest position with the Harold C. here but now of Orlando, has
in titkel.md with her son, Wall Insurance Agency and Is now recently organized a Young Peo( e

|,comer Long. Thin month onI3'IktUlliful Duo-Therm crude oil lleuterx.. residing in Jacksonville with Mr. ple's Council which Includes representatives fr-LOKIDA t
from the Orlando
Largo Framed Portrait and three The latest thing In Inter comfort Doyle. YELLOW RIPE
Mrs. 0. J. Griffin and Owen W. Folder Photos, all for S.OO. Four for the whole houwe. See them churches and those within a radius -
d..mllllNtratN J. B. Rowe attended the of thirty miles. Mr. Scott Is BANANAS 4 Lbs. 15c
I Griffin of St. Augustine spent Real ('hrl'm, Fitment Hooter ut ulxley & Davis birthday;
I Sunday with Mrs. E. L. Biggs. iron.. Studio. ,celebration of his aunt,.Mrs. A, W. advisor for the group, and at staled
-- Mrs. E. L. Matthews is spendingthis Rowe, in Macclenny Sunday Sixty- intervals they broadcast over
Jus E Wilson was In Jacksonville week In Tallahassee as the seven relatives were present beside WDBO.
Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll of Jacksonville '
| TuesUny morning attending to guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Coul the honoree. Lettuce Ea. 7'/c Carrots Bch 7c
matters.Mr spent Thursday of last ter. ,
business week here.
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Misses Olive GENT A W00COLUMN

', and Mrs. Clyde Colson of Stanley Nocgal was visiting and Amelia Ray, Mis. L. A. Davis, DELICIOUS EATINGAPPLES
I Brooker were visitors here Satur- Miss Clara McGee of Bronson friends In Cedar Keys over the Mrs. A. Wood and Mrs. J. W. YORK COOKINGAPPLES
li Iday. i was the guest of Miss Dorothy I week-end. He made the trip with White were in Hampton Tuesday 1
: Sapp Friday. Rev. Fred Ycrkes. afternoon Mrs. J. T. Jib
1 visiting/ Guy. FOR SALE-Wood, for heater or doz. 20c lOc
Charley Nicholson attended the'GeorgiaFlorida - ,
stove. See Mrs. W. A. Stern, I
football game In C. B. Hayes, clerk of the circuit Al Kay Carlisle, a student in Mr. and IIrs.V.. II. Hal.t'are at- Starke, Fla. 4t
(Jacksonville Saturday. court of Union County, of Lake Bolle's Military Academy, Jackson- tending the meeting and party be- Winesap Eating APPLES 3 Ib. lOc
G Butler was a visitor here Monday. ville, is expected home over the ing given In the Hotel Roosevelt MAN WANTED for good nearby ,
Miss Edna: Hutto and Miss Elizabeth weekend.Mr. Grill In Jacksonville by the Hart Rawlelgh Route Real opportu-
j Williams were visitors to Albert Kruse, of Cincinnati, O, Furniture Company for its employees nity for right man. Write Raw- NEW CHOP GREAT NORTHERNBeans
('Jacksonville Sunday. has returned to Starke to visit and Mrs. Jesse Montage and and their wives. leIgh's, FAK-223-OZ, Memphis,
friends and relatives. Palmer Brooks of Brooksvllle were Tenn., or see A. D. Zacharias, Lake i
Mis A H. Green and Mrs. J. C. I recent guests of Mr. and Mis. T. N. T. Ritch was the guest of his Butler, Fla. ll-5-4tp C :

I Booker spent Monday in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Darby, Frank Landrum.Mrs. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs C. C. nl 25
I QUILTS FOR SALE-See or write
Mendoza, In
Mrs. Hilda Belle Bence and Joe Jacksonville over the
Mis. J. L. Johns
New River
Hoover were visiting Mrs. Joe A. B. Williams has been in weekend.'h III' there he attended Fla. ,
Mr.[ and Mrs. J. M. Mott of Hoover In Ocala Sunday. Tampa visiting her nephew, Billy the circus and FloridaGeorgiafootball 4tp .
I Brooker business Durden, who Is confined to a hospital game
were visitors to Hoover Is recovering from an Mrs'j TURKEYS FOR SALE: Mrs. J. C.
',Starke Monday. jury received In an_accidental with a broken limb. Jones, Box 74, Route 2, Starke,
X. A. Powell, formerly of Glen- Fla. SILVER KING 24LB.Flour .
George Inman, district managerof dale, Ohio, and now residing In ltp
the Woodmen of the World and Macclenny, was the guest of Mr. FOR SALE-2 year pointer. Is
OWN YOUR OWN HOME residing in Panama City was visIting and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Friday trained and will retrieve. L. R. ,
here over the week-end. night. Mr. Carpenter Is the Starling, Heilbronn. Write Route

nephew of Mr. Powell., 2, Starke. ltp I 75c
Build Now On F. H. A. Plan Mr and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthywere
attending to business mat-
ters and visiting friends in JaCksonville -
Come In Let's Talk It Over Tuesday. WIN WIN WINHall's

I
HAROLD Mr. and Mrs. Elmo R Struth
C. WALL AGENCY
will move into the upstairs apartment I !
WHITE RIBBON BEST
Every Branch of INSURANCE at Mrs. S. F. Hamrick's on I Grocery
Monday of next week. *

Friends of Eddie Raymond will I

be pleased to learn that he is convalescing I MARKET & LUNCH Lardib. lotNEW

NAT SEZ: after an attack of pneumonia -

Well here it Armistice Day Win $3.00, in Trade Each Week=-=-Ask -
Mis. Myrtle Oils Crump, state
again, and I don't mind telling you manager of the Woodman Circle, Us About This

folks that's one holiday that I always with headquarters in Tampa, was CROPRICE DIXIE CRYSTALSUGAR

celebrate. First, because! It a visitor to Starke Monday., FLOUR 24-lb_ .69 j t2 lb. .37c I
.J t
marked the end of a long and bitter W. M. Wainwright, state auditor,
RICE, Fancy Blue RoseS lb. _.t5c i
war and victory for our side of Tallahassee, spent Sunday with --- -

and second because If It had kepton : his Wainwright parents,, Sr.Mr., here.and Mrs. N. D. MEAL, Fresh Waterground to Ib.._ 20e 5 Lb. 17c 5 Lb. 25c

a little longer some of tilt home S .

guard would have ,been called out, Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Pitts of LARD, Best Compound, Lb. __ tOe
Darien Ga., were guests of Mr. and TIP TOP COFFEE Lb. _
and that's bad tot,a,fellow vt ho C .Is-, '" 25e16
Mrs. N. N. Prevatt and
Wednesday BACON, Best White, Lb. __ __ 16c .
gun shy. Thursday. of, last week. TALK of the TOWN COFFEE; Lb.t r19;

11 'l"..l t POTATOES, No. 1, to lb. ._ __ t7e BULK COFFEE, 2 lb. _._ __ 25e'
Misses Dorothy, Etholyn and

Carol White and Sherman Bate CORN FLAKES, Pkg., Sat. only ._. Se Maxwell House COFFEE, lb. __ __ 2ge
TOM
SAWYER were visitors to Gainesville Sundayof

last week. COFFEE tOo Pet. Pure, Pound u t2e TIP TOP TEA, % -Ib. __ 25e

PRODUCTS ; Philips PORK & BEANS 6 2Sc
Louis Torruella of New York cans ,
is time here SYRUP New Sugar Cane Qt. __ ,_ tSe
EXCLUSIVE: : AT "' City spending some' SALT MACKEREL, Each ____ Sen.
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.

OUR STORE L. Torruella. TOMATOES, No. 2 Can ,_ __ __ .6e ..\. HID

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hough visited -
i, at the home oi Mr. Hough'sfather i MUSTARD, Quart __ __ ___ ge STEW lb. 9c

BOYS' SUITS and mother, Mr. and Mrs. C.
G. Hough in Alachua Sunday. NORTHERN BEANS, Lb. _ .4Yze

ITH ONE PAIR C. G. Priest and mother Mrs. PEARL GRITS, 10 lb. .25e FLA. JIlTC'K
Lula Priest, attended the birthday

I.ONO PANTS ;i celebration of Van H. Priest in ROMA OLEO, Pound ____ __ t2e Steak f
lb.
Madison Sunday.Mr. 11

$$5.95 --- $7.95 and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and SALT, lYz Lb. Box --- ____ 3e c i

daughter, Gamita and Mrs A. H.
PORK CHOPS Lb.
LEAN 15e
Hall and daughter, Sharon, were ,
visitors to Palatka and Green Cove LAMB STEW Lh. 17
BOYS' Springs Sunday.Joe EATING APPLES, Dozen lOc


SHIRTSOVERALLS Edwards, Jr., of Jacksonvillewas PORK SHOULDER, Lb. t5e
the guest of his mother Mrs.

Mae Edwards, Monday. )Jr. Edwards CHUCK STEAK, Lb. _tOe
: left Tuesday for f

89c t where he will be employed. Miaml'l MILK tall, 3 for 20cj; Small, 3 for tOe

,. -
Miss Jacqueline Andrews, daughter DILL PICKLES, Quart lOc
CORDUROY If Mr. and Mrs. J. W Andrews

$1.98JACKETS e Jr., Is reported doing nicely follow MACKEREL or Tall Sardines 3 for 2Se I PALMOLIVE __ 6c SUPER SUDS 3 FOR
Sunday
ing an appendix operation i, it* . night. PEANUT BUTTER, 2lb. Jar .20e OCTAGON SOAPOCTAGONPOWDER CONCENTRATED 25c

$2.98 ii ii; SUPER :* FOB
Among those from Starke attending -
ww.Hwau+'H.re..ie. C Be Iwrn 'fir way CKtlu
-- the funeral of Dr. J. M. : WAKE UP AND LIVE 2Sc W
Mann in Lake Butler Monday were

IT PAYS TO BUY AT Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Dr. and Mra.\ IT'S CHEAPER AT HALL'S FANCY WESTERN t

STERNBERGS M.W.Griffis Barefoot B. ,Parks Mrs. L.and Mr.Q.Mrs and Powell Mra.W., Mrs.J.A.Ep-P.J.j FREE DELIVERY 1- WHITE BACON Lb.'K 161/c I g1


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PAGE "SIX BRADFORD COrN'TV TELEGKtFH. STARKE. FLORID* FRIO U- NOVFMlw.tc:
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\ EARLY DESTRrCTION! OF 1- --I The aaxeaament* nf the said property I'h" moot h '.t n""II.I.. '===
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I' ) under the Haiti certificate, laaued la '
I the Hth dllof i.
COTTON STALKS SPEEDS I vaM In the name of Jfta. Albert.fnlexH lotted this ,I": I
25tl
,xnld certificate shall bn redeemed 1937. d lR> ;
ROLLKEML 'ONTItOL I '

:' C CNews ty. described aciordltiK' thelfln to law will the he propel 'Hold- (OFFICIAL A. .1.SEAL) ",
THO)
J"I Jfffi'I NEWS ".
'; GAINKSVILLE Complete destruction LIVE STATE to the highest' bidder at I the court I '1"1 It .,f "f "
I: : i' FARMERS SECTIONConducted of cotton stalks now Is houxe dooi' un the 11 ret Monday, In H"Allro"d" l -., 'Ii.,
"I TI- <1" ; :
L the month of December, 1IU7. which 10-29-51-1126 ,.
1 Important In reducing the numberof la the 6th day of Uacvmber 19.17.Dated .
: of Florida in Short Paragraphs
boll weevils coming out of hiber- tile 26th day of October :\U'I'" aOF "'M.1e -
by Demonstration A{tents I 1137: Foil 'f' \ lfI
nation next spring and thus aid- j (OFFICIAI SEAL) 4 Ce5.1. lUll s 1":11.., :.IlOp,
A. J. ;
THOMAS
Ing the grower In escaping the ravages IITIt't114 1I1'II-ny: ; IHI'I.] '
Clerk of Ciicult Point of I f. H "
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of this pest says Dr. Wllmon Bradford County Florida. ,'ate ;\n.;.Nt""M.12. I..d.bottler. I'hI'..I '1',,,, .
\1\ I .. l 10-:9-5t-1I.26:: : li," ..r
ttt. \ I) I 1S1I II
( ic -- -- -- Newell. director of the State Agricultural Iiai. med'. .,: k

_i Extension Service. It is PLAN I"TTEIEt" : TJACKSONVILLE.A TO ENFORCE FEE" :\0'1'110] or 'PPI.U"'I'IO"ro" a ifflt-H lax deed and to Its, b lInt, 111'1,1"(" ,: lir,
laaiied. ,
T V fiFED: "'< itlfloat I ,, 'h ''I',' ,
1 vital in Sea Island cotton commun- 11 .mbrn.ea' HI I
flintsToHousewiveal RURAL state convention TALLAHASSEE The State (Scenic. Hill 'u. 1 11:1: > ,lexcilbed I 'ti.' \; '
[ 1"P".ty In .
ktt: I ities. he adds. :NOTICK'; I IS HKHKHY CHVtThll:: H"IIUUI'oI.. it I at e nr Ih I, I '1'
National Recovery Road ordered Imme- l'I''ril
of Townsend
,
Department
SENSE "There are more boll weevils : \V. 8. Slbley holder of '. of Tax Certificate Mouth, Ih.lr.f ''II'
I COMMON Plan clubs will be held here diate enforcement of a law requiring No. 674 laaiied the 71 li day of ter ot SoUl h-l'st HnUlhW..HI:, 4".,
Home Demon tr *- than at this time last ," A. has filed (4111(11. IS.-
Weekly from now year July D. 19.10 seine In "I Iiti 22. .
Nov. 14. John R. Gurtler of White- i a $3 a ton Inspection fee on 1''WII..hll'I p '1 5 :
office and hRS "made application II'h'
JOHNSON mv 1I..lIlI'e 20( .
)
tlun !SpooUUlnta! TmllahMW By SPUDS says Dr. Newell "and every weevilis house, Fla., will preside. imported cement. The supreme for a tax deed. to be Ifjaued thereon aC""M 'flll'C I'R"I.101' less.",'""1111"11111'] ,;

_ _ _ _ I a potential menace to cotton ,_ Said certificate embrace the The .
: -fr court the law The
JMr-J-ml i n upheld recently. axiteMMinent of. ,.,
followingdeacrlbed property In the I II I
IL, :.j MALNUTRITION' IN CHILDREN OOOI CALVES': RAISED next year. As long as the plantsare FORMER SHERIFF DIES port authority at Fort Lauderdale County of Ilradford. State of Florida, city vas under In I the .alII ''''"If''."III",,,, ," "II ,I"",
I.he .11.1'
.
n'It
child who Is ten per cent ON FLORIDA'S FARMS green and producing squares and the Pensacola Chamber of to-wlt: t'llieNM saId IOC .r ,\II'S" 10) l h:. it..,.
.
Every sertiri'at .
Kaat Quarter of !\ 1 h.EaAtLJ.lltrl..r ..
HERDS the weevils will breed, and those GAINESVILLECharles Pinko- ; 0" dp.pd .h.]II: re.
or more under-weight for height ADD TO DAIRY Commerce are contesting It in a of North-Went Quarter.Sectlnil arcorlInff, to 111\1'. 1 iii. PI "
I malnutrition. weevils produced late In the season son 62 former sheriff of Alachua 12. Township 8 South.' to"I'ly d"'rllt"l1 therein. will i I.. po
from for the 'old
and age suffers petition a rehearing. Imprison- highest 1110101.,
Ilange 22 East containing 10 RI Ih
f f At least twenty per cent of all Time was when most Florida' survive the winter better than County former chief of police of ment not exceeding twelve monthsor ncrea more or ''e... house In.r on the first :\lr'Jlday 0'1
the In
calves older ones. Green buds even if Gainesville life-long The assessment of the aald, mont h .f December. 11" -
marketed their as a prominent property
,4 school children have malnutrition. dairymen $2,500 fine is provided for viola- under, the sold certificate Issued Is the 6th day of 1'.lllh, I wh"'h_
i' Malnutrition i la marked by lack veal and when they needed cows there are no squares! provide feed resident of this city died suddenly tions. wan In the name of Unknown. Dated this 211') day ,,f II., '",

and ambition Interference to expand the herd or replace I hose for adult weevils and they go into l at his home here Thursday. Hesuffered -._ ._ I'nleaM xald certificate xhull bo redeemed (OFFICIAL SKAL 1 )
I 7 of vitality hibernation and able according I tci law the t prop- A. J. THOMAS,: ( ,
'r : with growth and development which had passed their period of stronger more a heart attack. The halibut 1 is capable of chang- i eity, dexcrllied theieln will be aold Cleik of I'ir,',,iit '",1. ,

: { f 11; of mind and body, and lessened resistance usefulness an outside market was to survive of the the stalks winter. Destruction them- ing its color to match Its surround 1.e: .': door.highest! on the lildder fi ..\1.tA the..nI. a court a' i In l0-22-5t-hl-39 H"lIoIfnrol" eoulI')' I." "
deprives FREE: ('IIIC.\< O TRIP
f: to many kinds of disease. visited. The old order changeth ings. I the month, i of December, I 13* 7. \\'hlchMM
: be prevented however and many dairymen now of their feed and weakens them." i I the I (itli flay of December, I I'M7.! :( :XCIICK OP AI'I'IU" tllos
Malnutrition
t, f : may Stalk destruction ImmediatelyIs TALLAHASSEE-. Reevesof i Dnted. .Ibis 25th dny of October FOIt 'r\ \, '''::1.11|
_ _
and cured by: i are raising their rt'placements.ontheir Leon the StateBoys' \OIHI.: OK %i'I'l.lt'l'lO\ ,,1117 i I ,,. "iicii' :
ft own farms. In the general I particularly necessary in the County won roil rIIKKII. I I ((OFFICIAL;) !"' ,\T.) NOTicu, iiisitunr, c1l\ i-, 'h.,
- I i Correction of defects such as nasal i of Florida more southern areas where Sea Island Pig Club contest at the West lI.II.... 11111 \... IHI: A. J. THOMAS Tiilcllle C. Kdwurdn. holilci' "i,f
diseased farming regions con I NOT1CH:'; I I dcil, of t'I't''iiit Court, of Tnx Ceitlflcnta .'1".
1* I !! obstruction, adenoids. Florida Fair here. He will get a 1 IM lll-JKUHY: lllVJJN I : ThAt 24 i t. .1 'II",.
siderable numbers of splendid dairy l cotton is grown the director \\'. II I >Smith, holder of T"x Ceillf-' Itrndfoid: l County, .Florldit. fit h day cif. AUII'II"\ TI .. >I", ,..
f ; tonsils and defective teeth. calves being raised and are declares. Here It Is quite possiblefor free trip to the International Live- Icate No.: IJ7 IwNiied the 3x1" i clay of : I U-29. >t-ll-2ff filed, Mail," In my office. and haa

.. .. .1 Sufficient amount of proper are stock Exposition In Chicago. His AUR-uat, A. U. IIU1.:* has filed. HIIme, '_ be made txaued application. for n tux, ,t I. ,d j to
eaten available to Florida dairymen. the stalks to remain green I In my. office and] hHH made ;"O'I'U''' 0. t PPI.lrtTIOFOIt \ i thereon. MiiO r>r'lfuato I
; tr food. chewed thoroughly and growing during most of the pig was judged the champion in toil for 1In" deed. to be UI'IIIo'a-1 VA\>: M.KttMenate : emlnacea t the follouliiK I, ,|I. fit|| .d
14 regularly and never hurriedly. Not all heifers should be saved competition with porkers from thereon. 8..UI tertlfIrnte' *I t .. ( Hill \i,. 1)1:1): propeity I In I the ("011111)I of Iti'a't!fort.
however. Those which winter If the weather Is mild and the I following I flexciihed In NOTICK: IS HKKICRY. :: That State' of Florida to-wlf:
for the herd : property I fllVKN
well-cooked :
Some fruit or vegetables about : : I No' ,
k weevils would have food and breedIng thirty counties. the County of llradfoid., State; ; of W. 8' Sihlev holder lOt Tux Certificate h-hR.r of Southenxt Ql.., '. ;
r'' every day. No ten and coffee (do not give promise of growing ..- Florida' to-wlt: N... <175, Inxiied I Hie I: 7.h., day of; of Southwest. Quarter Sectf ti, .:

1 for growing children. Into high producing cows, which i places right on through the I LAW STANDS TESTTALLAHASSEEA Souiheaxt tjuiirter, of I'Inu'hQIIIII'I..r July A. D 1:itQ.: linn filed name In,' }Township ICUIII"llIhllr 6 South SO lnim: 22
winter. went a",1'Ine: and my office mid. haM made applli'atlon, Am". -'
't k4 Warm mid-day lunches for all will increase the average production thlnl) .\.',..... i hi SmilhoiiMt Corner one-- for a tax deed. to be luxued. thereon, or ices.The .
( I school children and one or two extra of the herd are best discarded "Unless cotton plants are destroyed 1937 law of Norlli*>,HHt Quarter of Said certificate.. embrncea, the follow. erty under aaxeaxment the aald of the .Bali] prop"
l Ing: dexcilbed I In ceitlfhate Iftniuii',
KouthweHl prfiperly the Coun-
1i lunches daily until weight is up for beef while they are young. immediately growers may abolishing th;! authority of peace Tnwnxhlp' tt Quarter South,of Hange Section 21 24 I y. nr Uiadfurd State of Florida to- was In the name of. O. (' Sweat

I ', to standard. The outstanding heifers should be expect a heavy infestation of boll justices in counties of less than l.'iixt.;::,: ; containing: I I 60 Acrex I moreor wit: deemed ITnlexa accordliiHT aald l .ceitlflcnte I to" l lti\\shall. tin lie r..

retained and fed well and kept weevils early next summer with 50,000 11'''''. South Half of North,'Went Quar- erty described l I Iheieln prop
f F Plenty of sleep and rest, always population to try criminal X nil) l br, sold
The ter of North.").. .
consequent! heavy damage to the UHKpHHiiient of the sId: property Quarter $ac. to the hiR-hext bidder nt Hi
t' with windows well open in bed growing. Home-grown feeds par. cases withstood a challenge In the under In* ,xnld certificate IM- ten 12, Township 8 Uuuth: flange houae door. ., on the rust. :M/"mlay'OUlt tn
crop Dr. Newell warns. "Boll weevil "". .. ua* In the halos of A. 22 Kant containing 20 acroaitioi t lie month of December,
room. For a child with ticularly roughages, are a great Supreme Court Saturday. The F. Mar- IP17!>
t rU cot te.L'nleHH. 'e or lean.
control is an absolute essentialfor which Is the 61 h day of I> ,
i: p tion-curly to bed; malnutrl-I help in growing out such heifers. court overruled claims (the act was Bald ,tlflcnle. Khali be. re. The aaxeNxment of the acid prop 19 37. v mbor.

i rest in bed during the The average dairy cow in Fbi Ida success with the recently revived an unreasonable classification of deemed*1 accoidlUK:: : : to law* the I prop erty under the xold certificate 1 leaned Hated this llth day -"r O I ''obcr.
;t I Sea! Island industry and Is erty dexrrlhed therein wilt be Bold. was In the name of J M. Truby, 1937.
all the out-door air possible at all l Is small' -some estimates say that counties and sought to take away to the hlRhext didder'* at the court, UnleHH said certificate shall be re. (OFFICIAL SEAL)

times. she is at least twenty percent under Important with short staple cot the constitutional of jus house dtior on the first Monday In deemed l according I to law, the property A. J. THOMAS; ,
? I ton." power the month, of Jieoember. 11137: whkh described therein I will be sob] Cleik) of Circuit c,,. ,f
::1 Out-door exercise and play every : size. With adverse conditions tices. )I. the 6th day of December lOn t to the highest bidder at the court llraOford County n! dn

4I: ; ) day. prevailing for years-salt sick. fever He suggests that the plants be 1937.iM.ted thin I Ivt day November: houve door on the first Monday In; 10-15-51-11-13

,, ticks and other plowed under deeply or burned to
: l Avoidance of over excitement handicapstherehave DOCK STRIKE SETTLED II OFFICIAL SEAL' )

:4t worry or other emotional disturbance been centuries In which the give complete destruction. Merely JACKSONVILLE-Sou thenstern A. J. THOMAS; !' ,

:tft w especially at meal time. dairy cattle Industry was more or cutting the plants at the ground port cities had busy waterfronts I.. Clerk Urn(I foul fir Clic'ult County Court Florida of FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

I less static. With handicaps re surface Is not likely to be effective Saturday as the end of a longshoremen's It- .G'-\2-3\ Many Years R\perleiu' Makes It Possible for Me to Render I
t :* 'j in the central and southern
especially -
moved. however animals of
larger strike brought
renewalof IN:: THK ? Alt(1TJiL:
parts of the state since shootsare STATE OF EFFICIENT, PROMPT: and COfRTEOl'S "8EKMC' K:
better have been FI.OHIDA
breeding imported dock activities., Con twie :
apt to spring from the roots It iippenrliiiir. )'i:y affidavit filed In :MODERATE PRICES
1lArAml
: and their offspring suitablefor
are lines
steamship said the
strike settlement that reitaln
-
: ,. cauxe In circuit (Court
during periods of warm weather. DeWITT C. JONES
replacements. announced here Friday Unidford County, Florida, In (Chan p
-.--- entitled I I I I Milclieil,I I. : Frits, 1'let I Starke. Florida
;. A .dmwdabl prescription for Coldi Approximately sixty percent of CLOSING DATE FOR night meant passenger! and cargo Wl'. \JlRVinoml l : t Fritz, defendant J H-,

wuPsysrMaarlaandinfluenzt., the dairy calves in Florida are infested boats would resume regular sched- and l the relief piaved for helnir I Jtlvorce -
f c COTTON 'ONTEST IS ; that the defendant IM i a reel.
I; "tdrugetores25c.r.endstanip.tIl with Internal parasites an ules without delay. dent of a State! or Country unknown
t ....... Dm CoJ cV onvill..FU. additional. handicap preventingthem CHAMiKD TO XO13 to the plaintiff and that there I IM 1
l no pei'Non I In the
-- state of Florida,
from attaining best growth. :: I FORM COOPERATIVE .erv:I:;.. of perHoiittl I 'procenx upon
:
>nAgriculture NEW SMYRNA whom would iiernonally' bind, xald
They are turned on permanent pas- Nathan Mayo has announced that BEACHA veg- defendant.IT '

MODERN KITCHENS tuies before the calves are old etable growers' cooperative named 1 Is filtl' "ICHit: >, that the ....t..n-

enough to resist parasites, and the closing date for entering the Farm Products, Inc., was formed Sea Island cotton contest has been bill of Complaint' on the nth of December 1
nce t usall) ana Klooli their growth Is stunted as a result. postponed from November 1 to November here to provide a sales outlet for 19:17: otherwlxe t ... l>ecree I'ro

This Is one of the principal problems farm Income. Its capital stock was I ConfeHHa him for will lie entered against
hit
15 the and fnlluro to '
as picking gin nppeui' ; that
facing Florida dairymen who listed at 25000. Officers are State t IhlM outer I be pul 01 liHhed I once a week

desire to ial ,e their own heifers. ning of Sea Island cotton has been Senator Fred Nordham. Jr., of! for; four: eonxeuutlve:: week I In the
delayed. Commissioner Mayo and L Uradfoid County Telegraph, a newx I Ij 'I,
Demonstrations in growing heifers Ormond Beach, president and I j tniper: ',f ireneral: I t1 met,let I I.,! pub- MAGAZINEIALUm -
llMhed
; :
In Bradford :
chairman County, Florida.
conducted by counly agents p and dairymen are proving that this f of the board of directors; WITo.I'IY:: ; HAND:: ANt! OF '

t condition can be overcome without William M. Cobb Daylona Beach, FICIAL $Jo1.\I..r HHlcl Court thin :No *. _
Colorful, waterproof,TtaxprooC vember 3rd, 1987.
f vice
and to clMux Til nctdi no ,'s Eny To B e Mistaken About great difficulty. Young calves are president and J. U. Glllesple A. J. THOMAS.!'

: Mir kept on cultivated fields and not New Smyina Beach secretary- Clerk of Circuit Court of \
L tW upkeep or redecormUon. iYGMAGH TROUBLE treasurer. Ilradforil. ('OUII'y, Florida.
allowed to range on sod pastures. Itv .1 R l Kelly 1) C.
I utimst.igIV.flWith00t0b1i8 Stomach sufferer should learn the The cultivated fields are free of T. FHANK LANPKPM.

; tion on a.w or modtmlilng work. truth about ULCERS UAS. ACID parasites. Plenty of pure clean HEADFIRST JCMP: Attorney 11-6., I.12-3 for Plaintiff.

I INDIGESTION belching, heartlmro. :
... water is given the calves. PENSACOLAAviation Cadet I: /lesta,41.w, Ic.
CENTRAL FLA. conHtipation etc., due to exce) < dd. OTI. .: OF APPLICATION ,,
p4ThifI i TILE & M.\RBIJKCOMFAXV FREE UDGA Booklet contain* fuel Calves dropped In the fall-the, L. L. Brannon of Auburn Wash., KOH '1"\\ I>KKI -- ,

,, : of interest The9th edition jutotT the best time to have cows freshen L received only a broken arm whenhe :NOTICIJ.; .(Wenale,: M 11111 ><>. I"* :" / I
HKHKIiV: rllVliX: ,
That
press may prove your first step to hap Ideal for into dangled head downward T.ilclllH C.
anyhow- -are growing t during Kdwarda' holder of Tax 61TUC MOelli 9
707V.. 01 I
Boundary
comfort I this remind COntest
stomach Clip Certificate
py dairy heifers free of internal a 5,000-foot parachute drop .No. (74 liaued the Tlh .
Gainesville, Florida you to ask for the UDGA Booklet at parasites officials navy day of July A. U. 1930 has filed
which are not so numerous said. The scheduled, unorthodox aame In mv office and l has made, ap-

CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE during the winter months. i 'chute jump was made I ihereon plication, I for Said a t tnx.certificate deed, to be I laaiied 1 1)1 CC4
emhracea
Tuesday about twenty miles west I the following cleacrlhed property In I' __

of the navy's air station here when the Florida County, to-wlt of :Hradfoid, '', State of '! .( .
.
LORIUAr HIGHLIGHTS 6qNNml-1 iI.fAW* two planes collided during forma I North-half of Southwext Quar '

I ....".... .NO s .......'. r..', .. 'M J......" ,-.. tion practice. : ter of Southwest Quarter Except
ltii :2 Acres In ;.Vortheant. Corner &
Ilxiept: I Acre for' church, H.....
,..-..- .,.. ...... OPEN tlon 31 Townanlp 8
.1(1'''' < ----IIJ'' : FARM MARKET l
... .... .. ... lange 22 u.td
i
I -.;::;, = -. ". : : .f,1 PALMETTO l'a'it. contalnlnv, ,
,1 Governor Cone Acrea, more or leaa C

-.i ". "Dizzy" Pean of the St. Louis The HKHeament. of the an Id prop- 1-' :
,
ertv under the said 1 certificate laxued ''' -: .
_
,
1\ Cardinals and President J. Lester uaa .In the ,name,, of T. J. Al- rJ c; "",.rlca. 041 te '
.. I -- Poucher of the dernutu.. Bo"'. Vooe" .,01 (
7PA3aesroLcr ____ Future Farmers of Unless laid certificate ahall be releei'd A ... 11....14 ;;;;;d:: I "' I
'tS7 America are on the program for acioidinfr to law, the prop, 00:1&1' pocittY : I "' .
( formal erty dexcrlhed therein will be aold "'''' IIC"'; I I
_
opening of a Arll-
$20,000 farm I 7'
to the highest bidder. at the court a 11011\' 3iIeqat5' P, !I
I : AVGVSr/N. ers market here Saturday. Pouch house door on the first ;Monday In A)ta..lla 14 .. ,
er, 18 year old the month of December 1M7! : which. Call'S $5qaalsi """"os
\I F 020AS rHG.NAJZI2OW'GSr 'I'' university of Flor la the tith clay of Ijecemlier. 1917. a Me 1\.4 lot "'Y"1 maC 1

\. /%' 1t.i ida student from Largo Fla., re Tinted this llth day of October 0 pen MOlla.I.. -
I 1917. 1 1
_
7H& VN/r OSrA7r 1.11 It cently was elected national presi l- (OFFICIAL. f>I K.\L) a p.tl rrlhll,40r ,.....1111)A -. 1 1GtTWUW
dent _
of the A. J. ..1,5
Future Farmers of THOMAS! plcl.da 1 ," '
: : America. Clerk of Clictiit Court of a "' r- ,
_ llmdfrjid" "<) "" Y'a
1/uunty Florida. a
k'i'' .. ]0-1..51-11-12 1 .oma.tla IlorI:: ::: ,. Peui ,., T.1bu5 kiy) 28i.,,,, "

SAYS HAMBUNG 1\1.... ....... "= Y'Sc. 0 Proqr.151
RAMPANT ,
OHIIKII: FOIl PI III.If' 'TIO'i a 110011 Tar.;; yr
...fl I yI r '
'
: MIAMI -A l'i iiiKiir ,',
t Dade County grand iiiinir.'fit HT. Kic.iirii:iui4i>ponu Jrniiiti -; 0 Tru' COIII"olo. ;;;;;:: ,.. cis111 c'fCuIturj.t 2 ,
,5
jury y
declaring "that Fete,.
c gambling I is i 01 vri. erriot' VI.OJtllt. ,,,,,th... Alp I ,.. 2
rampant and wide open" i> <'it t'E.It Y. a ...'. Wo'5 --: W.,7 .. yr
suggested
KHWIN; U. JOSKS. 0 W' 7 yr
that "progressive enforcementof Complu Inant. 1,1
$ laws against va.I.ICU.
gambling should
begin with .\ O JON'KS: YOU WANT PAY WHAT* 1
cooperation of state Defendant FOK ,

1 I :; ;::t authorities." "An Investigator I in: ed It to appearing the hill. filed l>v affidavit In the append above- OFFER NO. IALL OFFER HO. 3ALL
the roeS
gambling operations\ the xtated rnuxe that Alice O. Jonea. the FIVE
Jury's defendant therein' named I. ThU H..paplOr. 1 Yr. FOR ONLY Thl Nawipaper, I Yr. FOR
report read "is useful a nonlexldent 04 b
for only I of the State' of Florida and .... }$ 10 }$""l'
a short time. la .
With this in mind I, I a resident of Tabor city, North 4Maa.from. Croup I B 2 3 Malla.I. A 6.
A it i Is our belief that aid can be secured Carolina over the age of twenty.one from Croup
yenra: It l I. therefore ordered
: from the state authorities that "..I Kl I nnn-readent| defendant lie ,

that would be useful in obtaining to and the.he bill Ix hereby of complaint required, tIled to appear I ThU Nw.pap OFFER.r. 1 Yr.KO. 2 All FOUR ThIs N..papor..J OFFER yr.NO. 4 ALL oSJ:
In "nI l I
: investigators from without the caufte, on or before Mondnv, the 6th<, i ? Magailnca A rOR 1 ONLY Maqazin.l I FOR y
\ county for short periods.Dr. day of December, A. D. 1137, otherwise Iran Group k } 2 Irem Creep A } 5-:
the alleKiitlnna S2.25 $2-
of anld bill will 1 MOllad. I B Maqo11ln. I
he taken
un confessed by ald Iron Group I 3 Iron B
i. Wllmon Newell director of the fendant. Oroup fJ/IJ

\ : 4: Agricultural Extension Service, be der It !'IH>. further puhllxheil ordered once that a week this de-I AU. FIVE

lieve there are many farmers who four eonaecutlto weeka In the I-trad- h.I1i: S..O'' 'I'C p Y True Sto., -__________ I yr ) FOR oNLY
are anxious to ford Countv Telegraph a Household Maqaa.Good I yr
enter this
cotton 25
.
per published' In said n..WMPA-1 Slorl a yr } .
contest which offers prizes for the State .0 r'rrn Country Home a yr $2

finest four bales of This October 19th, 1937. .. r-r THIS NEWSPAPER 1 yr
cotton. The officials
.
(OFFICIAL .
KAL>
of the Agricultural Extension A. J. THOMAS. I "F-7 ',;

H HI Service clerk Circuit (Court McCall'a Maqailn I \ AIL FIVE
of the rr I
: University of lly J. K KELLY Woman'. World _ 1 TOll owiris210 g '. II

f, Florida will from act as Judges and(I Robert ](. Duncan Deputy Clerk I I Good Farm .Tonmal..rI.. _= } .

samples all contesting bales Solicitor for Complainant. THIS MTWlPAPni I I rlt

,;I' will be sent to them as well as to 10-23-61-11-19 I :'I t

the Board of Cotton Examiners in :IIO.I..F OP "' "7III =--
CPPl.tf'TJO\! '
I ; rlO2tZA 4 Washington.Mr. .'011 TX fiFED 4 p jI ,
-
(''.n..... Hill Vn. lfll: ,.
.,,.r.v-'* I of this contest will be a good J. W. t'revalt, holder of. Tax Certlflrntft .
S SS M4GNlnCGVN No. < ">'. lurued. the 2nd day of
j* ** ** i***nyTti- ,*7'fWWy cross section of the quality pro- July A. D 1914. has. filed aame In ". ... ,
# ; duced from all the counties my office and huff made application '
in the
I IiiJi } t' d i "v >*JVL .... Sea Island cotton tor.a tax deed to t>e 'laHiied' thereon. I enclose $............?......for which pl.... .end ";. I
area of the State. saId certificate embracea the fol- th. wilh 7..r ,
I checked together
mtfaiinea have
I ;Among the numerous places of out- built by countless coral formations. He also expressed pleasure In the County lowing of deacrlheil Bradford property State of In Flor-the .ub.ciptontooarrewspap.r. I

stand frif interest in Americ: 's oldest city: I other marine organisms. Ground up bg fact have that gone the up prices In the last for this two cotton weeks lila..'om to-wlt at South: a.t Corner of Kortb- I [D Horn. Offer [P Story Offer I

action into coral mud these sub- "west Quarter of
way Southeast
I4- is TREAStJJlY STREET which enjoys the stamcee eventually became, compressedand and he believes they will go higher. Si. thIn North 20 Yards to Point Quarter of .. ...-'" I

distinction of b the in the More than half of the has : heg-lnnlnir Thence Wept 210 feet.
iI ing narroweet crop
solidified the cow North 210 feet Est.
to produce nt| 210* feet South'
.. I
'11 ii: country. It is only six feet, one ineh in and limestones of the keys. Key Largq. the been producers ginned and and sold ginners but are many holding of on 210 North feet aide to ItcRlnnlno cif a 7!
4 .- width. one of the largest of the Florida keys, iff : t,t Iftnd In :Northwest Quarter of
the balance awaiting an expected Houthea"' Quarter Section. 31 Town. L---: : .J
J Much'of Southern F1'Idah3< been I a typical, example of coral formation. I I.0 rise In chIp !South. Range 22 E..at," con.
price.
-- --- ....".. --...="a'-----------::.. -- tulnlna a Area, more" or Ie...

.

,. .... ", ., ",... ..... ,,,,
-- _ ts.aa.aS.statthL" ." < '., ..' -".' _.",4A' .. ? ," r" -- ,, ,,"" ... '. 1-. ,- .' r i' -'

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18. 1037 BRADFORD COCNT1 TELEGRAPH. 8TABKK. FLORIDA 9EV1Ef1 f
IDLY
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lIrltCIl1mECTORr; Percival Lowell figured out the After having produced chocolate
( Festa. Anne, Rudl said casually. r Supervised Study
B.rfi5i: : cireitcii THE &RI "Maddelena's In an uproar about course of the planet, Pluto, almost from coal tar German industry l la

nBsT DE her costume"" Makes Home Work exactly but never saw the planet now making candy from wood.

!Ii.. .\. Shepherd, Puntor"sunday "It's a wonderful affair. Mal)' Useless Teacher Says Itself -.- -
1.A.?
; School, 10 clock a. m., I dtU-nu said happily "All the peasants '.. The first Nobel peace prize win-

WORE for miles around will be there 'l'OIIN'END! : .NOTICE: ners were heart Dunant, Swtoa. and

A J, Thoyoming mlNcrshlp, 11 a. m. REP = We all dress just us they do Even At the October meeting of the Some person, because they ore Fredric Pansy French in 1901.
; I leach 'IS' study cl is>s, Mrs Long
the Townsend
think
not Informed
p u meets at 6:30: p. m. I father wears his Tyrolean outfit. discussed homework I

Lninff Worship. 7:30.: I M Tt MOM Tut V "It's great for my gout" the Ad- doll Miss Stump Plan u dead issue. But the movement GET l'l Half, ?

; Meeting, I en etent. E tT tIC AI3EIZ5VNOl'Sli.Iasi miral grumbled.The along the lines of an article Is more alive now than ever. ,' '
g s Teachers in a recent Issue of Parents Mag- I M Ml KIDNEYS: tITII.funlpui
all the
m.Ij.'eek vednes'l Contessa adjusted her monocle Clubs over country are en-

. d.v, 6'45: p. rruyer service ; : : !, u ,singer inn ens, all of which are cousins. Even "Ami everyone drinks too much azine. rolling new members In large numbers all, linrh'I. lf.,,\,. ', alt!<_ :Makethin
that mother from .tt ,, ,
It is said one nation-wide I linjltt| tent If passage """ 'y
And campaignIs
7-30 p. m'ylF1'l1ODls'r I VMilerlront cute In Irlostf, U my telegraph station is there In a new wine and makes too much loveto or Lawteyor a reiculur. smarts or Inn. .IH, have frequent -
toJav the Brooker or Hampton on to petition the various statelegislatures In fuMhlonalile people"Anni
Terento. hosing( tiny house of Its own. It's my prl-I wrong .
CHUKCIIItcv. maybe Statkebecame I Impa- ask to tu')' are Hlu' KlHli cauMlnff hackache.Uao
; II" u uonnin of IH..IUnll.| | Her tvowepliH vnte woild up on top of this one felt Uudi's knee against do to to Congress! re- juniper' nil, liuchu raven etc ,
had to
\\'. .\. Fisher, Pastor itiUentiirp IH the n>'snltol which we all share I hets. Just the merest pressure= tient at the work she ier for ratification as rejected a' made lnlc::: lithe, frrnen: rulili'tH. :fiillnuHukelH ;
studies. .
help her Junior with his to flush the kidneys, jUHt an
Sunday School-10 a. m. I II'lIlth ('Olllltrllmlh,',. They were surrounded by an Infinite "It's the most romantic night of Constitutional Amendment embodying would. \ II.... niHtor oil lit flush
and
Worship-11 a. m. I the he said staring at his After washing the baby pilingthe the basic principles of the ran I>O\\PH. lllp nnttiri* ellrnlnntttroubleHOiufl
ili'iitikeiihlni.. :i'sha liai year
Morning enroiintereil quiet Uuilio's house she | dirty dishes she had been teased waste HIU| excp H ucMx.
Epwoitii Leaguo-6:45: : p. m. iiillio, the \Illume, |MiHtniiin thought, anti a sweet bliss stole I plate fixedly. him with his Townsend Plan. Meet with us Auk I any driiKKlut. fn>' the lent box:
Evening \\\"orshlp-7: ( p. m. mid U iiuoluiiturlly drawn to over her."And The Contessu dl'awll'd.Vha.t a by Junior to help next Monday evening Nov. 15, at or Huketfi. l..<.i-nllv. at Cut penl","' ,
homework. When the boy went to I the Itexnll Drug Mtore
at o'clock and will be
meeting Wednesday pity you're leaving\ just before It. 7:30 you en
him. 'Ilien she .
prayer meetICiiill I'nl can you see the lake in the bed more than an hour later he -
music and live
? m. and thfiiiKh lie Is engaged: to early morning?" she asked like one Maddelena! leaned across the was happy because his homeworkwas couraged. Special

'You are Invited to all these serea Miitlilelrnu she reinhet to wIn In a trance table. "Anne darling you can't nil done. But poor mother speaking Ends. :Aching

a weB, hiM lo\f so that her two \\1'"''' "Like n shiny green dress with miss the Festa.! "" looked at the stack of dirty dishes Ernest: Thornqueat, Sec.

ran stretch Into u lifetime. One little Bpiiikcs/ on it." Looking at the gill I across from and the pile of mending and TRAIN hCIIKULLE' Sore Muscle

Rosewood' Baptlut' Church day she reele u letter from "And the valley too?" her -- the girl who was her rival-- scratched note- short For tonatr l..tin.. quicker r.ti.'. ....
-a
d I" Kv. Bible one of thufe Itlrl'. It forcihly l He nodded. "And beyond the hills. the teacher: "Dear Miss ttv. mgnd.nn to gif mor than local a c'
't /services; every Sunday. reminds her Hint she has only You would like my little house Bcience. She hadn't given over XYZ: Won't change places and trains will run as follows. linn. ..'u. brinninc lurtf of *.rmi"J bloo h JO'13: : a. m. Services at 3:30: much thought to Muddelenu but you I Southbound to .e.tl 0. cun.f>Mon end ".oc. Quickly
Study It few dots| In t\hid to sncceici.C'hiipter .. Signotinu. ,
with me? You teach Junior and .oo.h. away iht po..in from .<1'11 cnu cl.*.*
o'clock in afternoon. She moistened her lips. Then hot now she did. A gallant young woman let hear him recite." No.1-Due Starke 11:31: P.M prajnt., are in*. I I'uk..ha tnJ ..umb.......
she had) to admit. me :No. 13-Due Staike "'57 P.M aiUo.d's Snow Linitnvnt. JOc ."d see
;: :ale tears stung her eyes as she said, '
:
BETHEL; I1AW1ST CIIt'KCHlUv. Many parents feel the same way. No. 107-Due Sturke 9:16: A.M
.!t- "No postman I would not like It. Maddelena more than the Con- CAIirKNTEK'H. The Reveal Store
I" A. Wonnley, Pastor I have, heard such expressions (in :No.( 191Due Starko 10:39: P.M
what she
tessa STOUKS
suspected planned. OTHER: UItI'U
first Sunday.Sunday Wretchedly l Anne again surveyed You see I um used to so much childrenget
Service: every Uut she hud done Bradford County. When NorthboundNo.
the letter more." 'I nothing to "stop'
brooding all It
School, 2:30: p. m. over It. Now Anni knew why. Madde on the bus at Brooker or New 2Due Starke 5.00 A.M.

Bible Study and Prayer Servlcei conveyed. Then shuddering sht.tOI'e "I'ut just to come anti see it"Anni ". I lena was truly a great ludy. If River or several other places at daybreak No.: 16--Due Staike llai:: A.MNo.

every Saturday night. It Into tiny pieces as though Annl. where are yuU\\ Hiuli could find his love elsewhere and do not get home until : 108 Due Starko 3.00 P.M. Beware Coughs
t she
were disposing' of her whole Horrified! Annl
whirled mound
a I hlie would let him have It in spite dusk or even after dark, they are Sturlio uiiil \\0 u m K< Briiiirh
Church
st :Murk' EplHfOiml I,miserable Pllsl."Signol'lna"> to sec Murlu! dart into the uibor usually too tired to study. Home No. 101-Leaves from common colds
Starko 7OOA
Sermon on nf the pain it brought her For : rn
Moinlnff prayer and She looked up "!'Om the other atilc. Then as the be Dud
not modern.
II lighting may No. 102 Arrives Starke Had
b 1:50:
, at (this Annl accorded her full admir
t the second and fourth Sundays sharply us the voice addressed her. woman peicelved the postman' she ation. Not unmixed with and mother mny have chores for Daily except Sunday That Hang OnNo
Communion Saints I contempthowever ,
'a 11 a. m. Holy I It "was Guilio standing In the arbor clalpl'Iht'I'\ hand to her mouth In ''I the children to do--It Used to be T. J. GRIFF=" .
a pHyj at 10 a. m. Litany and choir door,, "I couldn't knock )'011sl'e. dismay If she loved a man she matter how many medicines
'I done. Under such conditions homework
have tried for cough chest
Friday night at 7:30p. ." would move heaven and earth to you your
practice every "Oh forgive me, Slgnorlnn." she keep someone else from getting is H detriment to the school cold, or bronchial Irritation you can

m. I Her pulse began to race. Ills cried wildly. "I thought I was But if the school discontinued nil Send ( 8 Your Koriuk Film get relief now with Creomulsion.

ChrNtian Church presence disturbed her now as it looking for Anni. the chamber I him.She broke Into laughter homework, many parents would for Development. One day service Serious trouble afford may be brewing and
I gay and first clans work
always did. "What do want?" for fear that the child will guaran with lessapotenththanCreomulsion
Church maid. She
Services at the Christian I you disappeared throughthe 'The Feats does sound like fun. protest teed. "'e make enlargements up any remedy

aj every Sunday morning and evening "Can I help you?" door, Of course I've an Important engagement not get good marks or will fall to to Ud1In..nett.: Give UH .a trial.CltRADINE'S which goes right to
the
o'clock "Help me? What makes With exquisite: of mind unless work Is done at home. the seat of trouble and aids nature -
' at eleven and seven respec I you presence I In Trieste." Her gaze pass to soothe and heal the Inflamed a
think I need help?" Annl turned to Guilio. "Is she 'Other parents want their childrento LAWTEY
a tively. swept the group, finally resting on mucous membranes and to loosen y,
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-
rt'a Rudi "But if you'd all like me to do homework for fear their education and expel the germ-laden phlegm. w')
' Luke Baptist Church will suffer, essential things Even If other remedies have failed,
hinKsley stayshe took a deep breath, ffcrrka don't be discouraged try Creomul- '
r. Rev. Ivan Bohannan, Pastor 'I think It be might be lost, the teacher might '
Anal felt the mereit ofRu can arranged COLDS slon. Your druggist Is authorized to
fn-eutire
Preaching services every fourth need the parents' help or they refund money If you are not
r, fi' knee against heri. "It'$ (Annl IH heading for deepwater 666 your
'
< (
Sunday, 10:30: o'clock A. II. I the Count ArrnuUti ho'salien want the children out of the way and thoroughly satisfied with the benefits -
the moss_romantic night of at obtained from the very first
night.
year." he tali. her t'ol'I'I,' and now FEVERLIfl bottle. Creomulsion U one won)-not

\UTKY: BAPTIST CHl'KCIIThe she In planning to oter-ntiiy Homewoik is usually not very two, anI I It hi)) no hyphen In te.

KeG.. E. CulnhaU': PiMtor : her leH.. Will be help her further effective, for the home Is not always .. NOSHllle.d.rh.: ... M I Ask for it plainly, see that the nama

Sunday School 9:45: a. m. H. B. : ? !See' newt weeU thrilling quiet lights are poor, refer DROPS MI.Bte) on the bottle Is Creomulsion andyou'll

Arwood Supt. Installment.) ence books are- not at hand, and Try .- ...."-World's Bee I get the genuine product and
MoJmrat the relief you want. (Adv.101
Morning Worship, 11 a m '' ---A- -- parents are not trained as tutors.
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B. Y P. U. meets at 6:45: p. m. Florida Gains Teachers spend long years train .

F.venlng'orshlp, 7:30: p. m. ing to become skilled In their proi'esslon. .

Hid-week Prayer Service Wednesday I Recognition InTobacco This would be unnecessary -

7:30: p. m. Field if the parents could do their ; For Expert Repairing

Choir Practice Friday, 7:30: p. m. {. M work equally as well as the teach. e


I Recognition of FlorHa-produced! ers.
Ill-considered homework sometimes -
flue-cured tobacco In separate classifications -
hurts the health of the children Smith's
from! the Georgia prod. Garage
BOB JONES makes blvd relationships between I
ucts has been promised by the II
patents and l children and
I
United States Department of Agriculture -
nerves to inciease or foster bud
'
Comments On Here _
President Harold Colee Phone 120
feeling between school and 1 home.
of the Fluiiilu State Chamber of I IQ.
And Hereafter"Do ;;. ........ Bradford High School Is now using -
Commerce announced he had been
__ Wrecker Service
n advised. the supervised study plan I Day or Night

you notice that most of the He shook his head sadly and crazy': Displaying copies of letters fromllemy where each period.l Is divided Into a Q.
nodded "She must be. half hour of study und a half hour' I
Guiho !
the street somehow, the gesture brought a :
women we have seen on A. Wallace, United States -

of this big city have_bloated eyes j lump to her throat. There was such There Is no chambermaid named secretary of agriculture, to the of recitation. If the pupils are ,

end show signs of dissipation?" tenderness in his eyes. She wantedto Anni." members of the Florida congressional 'punctual ondl't'gulal'ln attendance,

asked Mrs. Jones as we came in toj I Immerse herself m that sea of "I see." She added formally, delegation Colee said he believed homework is not necessary UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO.

the hotel a few minutes ago. "I kindness and compassion!. "Thank you for all the information "uur point has now been J. II. B.

did not notice them on the street I "You letter made you very unhappy postman" gained." In that connection he explained I.. (', :MeCAKR, President

but here In the hotel most of them ," he said gently "You did "Not lit all Signorina" Suddenly that several weeks ago the house; to house selling. Horace I

look that way," she replied. "I n n't want to speak of it with your! he grinned and leaned toward Florida chamber had contacted the Prior, the brush salesman has appealed 1 INDUSTRIAL LIFE INSURANCE

expected them to look that way after friends. I thought perhaps with her "If you had really wanted to, State's senators and congressmen to the tribunal to release i

the big party last night" I re- ionic one like meyou see very you could have left at tiny time. and ofticliils of the Depot lineal of him from his arrest for violatingthe .J.\C'I'SOS\'II.I.Y., FLORID

plied. Women cannot stand It, often it helps to talk." The arbor H open at both endi. Agriculture raging it separation of law The court ordered Police

This wild life will kill the men as In a moment she would be cryIng He was gone and Anal found the f'1"lda tobacco reports from Chief J. B. White to answer Piior's
I herself hating him with every suit it decide the R. H. Geiger G. L. Sapp
coarse as they are. Women are I dissolved in self pity. Her those of Georgia so may question.
of she possessed. -
ounce: energy
made of finer clay. My mother Idshes were stiff her eyes abnormally Prior to this time Floild.i and KepreMentaliie Representative
of leaves amishe
There was a rustling
taught me to respect women. WhenI bright. "Is it part of your stepped quietly to the other Georgia: tobaccos have been listed Watch YourKidneysj

was a child all women were la-I duty to discuss every letter you exit where Maria still awaited her. together under the teim "Georgia

dies to me. Of course I heard deliver?" Belt" In lepoits' amt bulletins, of
"You idiot"Maria 1
ss there were loud women who smoked "This has nothing to do with my the Federal Department Colee ex

1 and drank but they lived In one duty, Signoiina I have no right to said glumly "They're" l plained.He Help them Cl_n waiting breakfast for >ou. Then Harmful Waste 1.oJ l.
section of the city and had no' be here. said the pronouncements Body 1
she added in blubbering self-de you kldnm tra mnitintlr IHUHn
standing In decent society, I was I "Exactly "How did 1 know I d find from Washington were to the effect w*.U m.ttrem th*blond. stnsBur
told. How times have changed! Their eyes met. For a split second fence that the tobaccos' ( of the two kldniyi' .omMlraM!.(In thdr work-doat I. C. M.rAHE. Lady Attendant
messing around with the post- set u N.tur. lat.nd.d-Isa to rwDOT
When I was a country boy we had Anni felt giddiness sweep over you States will henceforth be listed ImpuHtlo tb>t. II .... mar
I no scandals In our community. We her. Then she looked away. "It man ? She went on bitingly "Af- separately in crop condition and ....... 'h *ywum pad upH lM wkvl. *
wonderful work on body scbl..ry.
did have: one "grass widow." She was a letter fion my very good ter all that stock reports and the Florida tobacco Sj aiptaau a.*be sassing beakaehe, 45 W. Church St. 30 St. George St.
Rudi Pal 1 she takes up with a dolt oratatoat eeBdaane,attaefca ol dMnea I
It was a *
Aimulia.
was Bible Count
had
a lovely woman and friend producing area will be shown up .... pulDmaa
grounds for leaving her husband. veiy amusing letter. I ve read it who rides in a donkey cart. on the revised map of the United sadw/lb ayo-a f..a.esof. ....._ JACKSONVILLE, FLA. AUGfSTINK.. TLA.
"I haven'tbeen ,...
Annl blazed at her aaaloty and tai of pop sad .
I But she acted as If she were over and over. tates to be issued soon by the Other alM ol IIId...,. or Madtfer "!..

ashamed of the tragedy In her life. "But you crumpled it in your messing around with him. He Fedetal Bureau of Agricultural ardor mar urination.ba ......... soy or (oeIronaoot Phone 5-1338 Phone 87
doesn't mean that to me. And don'tAorry
When I was a boy If a woman had fist. Just now you tore It into Economics. There. ahouM ba ae onebt that prompttroalaMat
/ about Rudi Pal." With a 'la wW tbaa ....._ liaa
a bad name she was kicked out of shreds. Annl .-- 0-.'. fill*. DM..'. have ban winning,
society. Now we sometimes electher I She said angrily, "Because I curiously languid gesture patted II \ltlt ON 8UI'SII1t; S now ,_... for mare ibaa forty yora*
I her hair "That's going to be TWy. .kin a aatloo-wlda ropuutioa.Ara .
president of the club. "That lathe ( ,wanted to. TALLAHASSEE- man who raaoaimoadod' by(ratoful poupia tae
' mantle have "Yes He turned to all right ooantry ovor. Amk sire migktorlDOANS : I
of charity we i Signorina. ells brushes from house 10 houseIs

thrown around the fallen" some go, then stopped. "Ten days ago "It better me soon" Maria wain-" going to have his day in the SO REFRESHING
"
one says. That Is wrong. It Is a ; you rode from the station In my ell "You've only got a few days state supreme court. New Smyrna PILLS

cart. We spoke of life and Annl threw her head back andgu.ed ordinance
tolerance of evil. In our modern donkey Beach has un prohibiting r

world we have tried to whitewash I I postmen. You were pleasant and off dreamily into the dis WHEN YOU GET .
the most beautiful tance. "I may need more time I
sin God.I does not tolerate sin. His kind. I thought you _
"
eyes cannot look upon evil with : and gracious lady I had l'VEl'1 I may stay on longer
the least reon." "But how ? You've got no more HOME FROM WORK
degree' of allowance. Sin

was 1 such a terrible thing that God, "You're being Impel tinent." I! money"" ,

I in order to save men. had to send "Please." His hand was on her Annl's voice was soft. "He's got to

H'II sun to earth by of the arm and a thrill like swift mercury a beautiful yacht anchored at
way her veins. "I've Tlieste. HUrla."" If she had to
body of a virgin that He might sped through 1t : 1 f

hear: our sin In His body on a cross.: talked to you since every day," he stay, she d I stay pomeho- "You

When Jesus was dying and our said softly "in.l never once have I know, I wouldn't mind sailing past
pleasantly I the waterfront in my yacht on my
all as
was: laid on Him. God the father you spoken to me even "

turned His back and the Bad- as lit the very first. You honeytncxm.
nest increasingly Irritable with And without a backward glanceat
words that grow
ever fell from lips
were the words of Lord me. I seem to disturb you. Your the gaping Marla she sailed off.
our "My
Madilelena, Hud!, the Contessa and
Cod- WV God. why hast Thou Forsaken attitude Is-. The Via.' ExiwSoukhern .rtnenl, rrrHrt: : "Aa much WooO'aKlorldn
Her voice was an Icicle. "I'm not the Admit'lIl' were busily consuming Snowrfnkn. \in h I''Jorn: as. nil oilier roaxllnxxlod I
Me. If God could not look hurried to ear corn combined Its Ionic I shoes protects the ...."
<"n our sin when Ills Son bore it. aware of any attitude toward you. breakfast us she up from worn, It yielded. 2| i.n or ron..,llM. !( sari p.*r arn ''n I
Ie them. I last hlKhnat or 31 InnJuiK viirhod. fll-r. tested t ; .O% o( "h., atalka I
will not let modern men and0 "But I am. Signorina. two biff sari averaging n pSi uiiil em h."
"' would not look at her "Feeling better? Rudi asked solicitlously I
ml'n If only he
\'".rath, escape In the Day of His so. "Then keep It to yourself. Takeit as he held her chair. His I IVirr..rir'r

to caress her 'I Wood's feed Corn
along to your picnics under the fingers just managed -'- .A
'
stars I've got to go now." shoulder,

Bt'S SCHEDULE He blocked the doorway. "I don't "Much better, thank you Rudl.. Crown When you get horn from work .

Southbound go to the picnics any more." Since The Contessa's smile was a masterpiece Adapted Tod.'c.'e. l"iuida: ConditionsWe I ; when the children arrive (for lunch

20:1: that very first night when he had of barbed sweetness when there's a moment In the

& 207Due'Due StarKe S:15: p.m spoken to her on the terrace he was "Nothing serious, I hope."" I originated Almo-t Kv-'ry: Roasting I Ear Corn routine of household duties, or when

nO. 20s- Starke ll5pm: not hungry any moie. He stayed Annl's voice was just as honeyed. I Popular in Florida, iucli'f' n;": I f friend drop In to vUit. The.are times

fi. 201. Due Starke 12:15: pm. alone! In his house at night and his "Unfortunately not.: She settled I Wood'.s Southern nona!; :,P, Trucker's Favorite, to enjoy the pause that ra/re-j/iej
Due Starke 10:20: am I Alberto I with Ic.-cold Coca-CoU.
cousins were worried about him back jrnfortably as Improved Golden Bent Improvedhite Pent,
Northbound her her usual! breakfast I ;. Order by the case ((24 bottles) from
and what he felt for the beautiful brought Wood's Southern Sweet, Wood's Golden Prolific. j I ( 'I
\z order. Dear Alberto she thought =f ,ar your dealer
5? 2Due Starke 1CO:::;( p.m. I lady. jrratcfully. For a waiter he was Demand Seed Corn in WOo<1'H Branded bags I L7M

:jfo O."I:" Due Stllrke 4l3: : pm- "I'll faltered I'll have you discharged. an extraordinary man. He hud From Your Local Dealer. lam.l Itl-COLO COCA-COLA IS IVItY PLAta lift, ;

Ira Due Starke 9:13 p.m. Annl a rough spot IT BILONOS IN YOUR ICI-fOX AT HOMI ,
;< 1 not withdraw his hand helped her over many
a'4Due' He did
1'r Starke 3:35: am I deference was always so "
and his
( 2lt s Due Starke 8:05 am. from her arm. "My little house sits 't-: STAHKE COCA-COLA
: it couldn't fall to impress -
marked 1 that j
8turke' I hill. I have everythingthere
on a
Bus high
Agent: eeybouse norruNr; COMIANYSO'ElIBER : i '
"'rv\\'. that I shall ever need. A the others. I w ,

: Station, opposite court. cow and a garden and some chick- "We've been talking about the




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mIGlI'f: BRADFORD COUNTY TELIGRAPH. STARKE. FWIUDA FRIDAV. ..
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I .j:; : weakening their bodies, dulling PINE LEVEL -EVERGllf'E.V
; III. Bradford County Telegraph 1'-- their Irll. A. ,
: TOO LATE The their minds and deadening I.... II. &1. McRae, Correspondent Rosier Currrapondcat

''F 'f",; !If! ,1' Established 1877AAEAYBETi TO CLASSIFY [ ] spiritual preacher sensibilities raises his voice yet againsthim. hardlya { Elder W E. Hall of Green Cove Mr. and Mrs.-J M\[ @oeiw

;: I c=:C=r/R LetBOX The church papers also fear Springs who returned home from Jimmie rene Rosier, Mrs. Wait, I..., In
9r ROSI'LL KAYferetaq him and the Sunday School quar- the Bible school at Ft. Worth Texas Lee were vlsllutg( ilr, 'n I

: (W I: ,. d.o R1DA PRESS ASSOCIATION \ rh.ld. P.e.. A..". terlies are silent before him. last' week, filled his regular ap- Rosier Mrs. Sunday. S

: ABOCT IIOAD \\OKK The other modern Goliath is pointment at Pine Level Church Chalker I'rlnglt not
I I I dren :hll
\, ,I. .-: 3.ouDa.td 7&otida'a_ Lawtey, Fla. Intrenched within this week-end. were visiting hel
1 Alcohol as mother
While Justices of the the Federal King J. S. lI1r .
Rosier
, ,1\ Oct. 27 1937. '
J. L. Underhill of Sampson City Saturday
the two major political parties.The night: ,
' Supreme Court are appointed by
f Editor Telegraph, havoc he works in our midst spent Sunday nlgbt with H. M. Mc- A number of people

: :: ,: I'I'i i' Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class I until the President retirement and such serve la tor not life the or I Dear SirPlease:-allow- in staggers our power to conceive.Yet Hue green Pringle attended at the funeral C'OI1'l' ) of EVer A_
!
me space your
with rare Mrs. E. D. Phillips and Mrs. V. L Branch
1:' 1l,, i' ,i Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida caso with Justices of the Florida paper to ask what are the County the preachers, again him Starling of Starke were visitingMrs. 'I Mr. and Mrs Thursday
"; JlJ" exceptions, fear to antagonize Clyde '
1 I+ ; \ -- ---- Supreme Court, who are elected by Road Bond Trustees loing in regards of church H. M. Mcllae Thursday after : announcing the birth ,slip are
do also the editors pa- of
f 11; : ii I ; t E. L. Matthews_____________.:._______..:__Editor and OwnerSUBSCRIPTION the people .and serve for terms of to keeping the roads In con- as and School Quarterlies. November 4. ''Son born\
Sunday
'\\f 1 ,.w.. six years. dition for travel. in this section pers noon.Miss .
[ 1 i! i, Three Justices of the Florida They condemn the liquor habit Ella Mae Manning of --- .
K "1 all roads and bridges are
:. county refrain Starke spent Thursday night with '
'J RATE to be sure but cautiously NAJIProMl.
whose terms \
high court expire .
71 i ; In bad condition and a car can not
l and Miss Vesta McRae.B. .
.r : Six In Advance 'next year must announce their operate at a speed of over ten miles from urging their hearers ]M. McRae and little .. Art. Mnm:, t .. ...
K ; J' (i Yearly, $1.50; Months 75c-Payable candidacy for reelection not later hour them. It Is readers to vote with the only party daughters -
per safely over and Mrs.T. .
Gwendolyn Shirley Mrs
!; :' Advertising Rates on Application than January 1 if they desire to honestly and whole-heartedly Charley Dyal tad
that there wasa
'I I my understanding\ N. Norman and Hel- son
overthrow of daughters, Charles
nl'U committed to the ,, Jr., of Palatka
i remain In office. If nominated In ,
,f f \ ten mill made for maintenance returne,;
levy
and and Vesta McRae
"i Alcohol and to the establish- en Dorothy to their home
!I ----- -- -- ------------ the Democratic primary next May, this for King last Sunday
of roads In county ICIer
: I'tl WHAT DOES ARMISTICE: I DAY REALLY: A'T YOU? their names will appear on the 1937. Where has it been spent if ment of honest and upright govern- motored to Gainesville Saturday visit with Mrs. Dyul's prrrnts ;
general election ballots next November ment all along the line. Yet that, : afternoon. and Mrs. Geo. Rhames
collected? It has not
l any part was under God, is the only way In Mrs. L A. Crosby and childrenof Rev Newton of Groen
been anent in this section. Cov,
headlines The three justices whose terms WPA officials will tell which this legalized giant can be Rising section spent Thursday Springs, will preach atlhc rlptHt)( |
anyone not emulate the with Mrs. Crosby's parents Mr Church next
overcome. Why
expire are W. H. Ellis, Sunday
Across Creek As Chinese Flee. RiversChap! that they have around 100 menemployed sword and Mrs. H. M. McRae. moraine an.'!
Army Sweeps : Soochow Troops ford and Roy H. the roads in this county spirit of David and with the evening

ry a 1, i, ; Japanese Army Backed, By Intense: Artillery Fire and Aerial man appointed by the Governor to Where on are they working and of the Spirit eventually triumph We are glad to report all on the Miss! Willie Mae Hinson 'com-
I over both of these arch enemies of improivcking. :
succeed the late Justice Fred H. pealed by her
1 Bombardment why not place them to repairingthe mother tau\ God and man? Let us ourselves
t Davis If elected, would serve the roads have Insteadof prove motored to Palatka |last,
What does it mean this Armistice Day that we complaisantly unexpired two years of the Davis building we new already ones ? true Christian soldiers. i Mrs. E. E Taylor of Branford M. Z. Sullivan of Miam Sunday, 1

'i term while Ellis and Buford wouldbe Ernest Thornquest. I spent Sunday night here with Mr. guest of his mother ? the 1I
r' observe by taking time off from work and driving into Will some who know the facts and Mrs. R. M. Alvarez. Sullivan Mrs. Josenhin I

r U the country or indulging in some such idle pastime? Shall it reelected for six years each./ about this advise' through your FLORIDA OINNERS' REPORT Mrs. W. F. Harnage of Gum .

11, come to mean just a happy phrase to be bandied about by tin- Supreme Court seats are seldom paper? TO NOVEMBER: 1, 1937 Branch section spent Sunday with Mrs Mr.Geo.and Mrs. K. It. WHulgon
1 l contested and the public as a whole Respectfully Rhames and

''rIr horn patriots "full of sound and fury and signifying noth knows very little about the Courtor O. J. Phillips Compiled by W. H. Hayes of the her and son-in-law Mrs.. B. M.and McRae.T. daughter. Mr. Miss Alta Rhamea attended danghlei l thui,, c

j ing" ? If so then our mock observance is a waste of time and Its functions. The average voter Sea Island Cotton Control Division N. Norman of Gum Branchwas annual Santa Fe Association of
Is asked to name those who dig- LETTER OF TH.\.NKS! Baptist Churches at S
) r just an excuse for another holiday to loaf through. of the Department of Agriculture visiting relatives here Friday. Lake Butler
nify the Florida Bench, would findit To The Editor of The State of Florida. this week.
aw'' ( Armistice Day might better be spent in sincere contemplation difficult to do so. The coming Bradford County Telegraph: Location Bales Bales Bales of Mrs.the state Gay of Is'spending the southern while part -- tlk
a
of the world situation today and a study of how the election should change the situation Through your paper I desire to of Gin Ginned on Hand Ungin here with her son-in-law and s

t ti 4 ends of peace might further be promoted. Whether or not and it U: probable that the express my sincere thanks to the Alachua: daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hall.Mr. THE REASON
;f voters will hear a great deal about members of the Starke Masonic Gin No. 1 135 17 19 m
I r, we are plunged into another World War will demonstrate definitely the Supreme Coiirt between now Lodge and friends who so generously Gin No. 2 163 13 20 Umatilla. and Mrs. recent Henry Grooves of
i were visitors of
whether mankind really possesses the ability to profit ind next May. assisted me during my sudden Bell _________ 52 12 5 Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae. HEADACHES

;{ by its experiences or whether like some moronic beast it Two new candidates have already bereavement and my illness at Brooksville _102 17 23 ARE
announced. Immediately following the hospital. Especially do I thank Lake City: The many friends of ]Mrs. W. E. "

x 1 goes right on making the same mistakes over and over again. the death of Justice Fred Mrs. Gill and family Drs. Middle- Gin No. 1 __148 25 3 Hall of Green Cove Springs are '"

r +' o Davis and before his successor was ton and Gay and Mr. Elmo Struth Gin No. 2 _.133 7 10 sorry to hear of her serious illness. RELIEVED to

l THE TRAGEDY OF THE DEADLY ELIXIR appointed Tom Watson prominent of the undertaker parlors all of Lee _________178 12 4 Harley Newman of Gum Branch i so FASiI

Tampa attorney, announced his Intention whom have been great and untiringIn Leesburg ____ 3 3 17 spent Saturday night with his

r If President Roosevelt needed an argument to persuade to become a candidate to their treatment and care of my Live Oak ____101 25 15 grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. r r

fill the unexpired Davis term. This beloved wife and myself, and to all Madison ____281 78 25 McRae.
I' t4 ; r' Congress to pass his Federal food and drug laws he has it The W. M U. of Pine Level
Starke residents with whom I have r
week D. Stuart Oillls of DeFunlaJc Newberry ___235 30 15
f( '. now-but at what price! More than fifty persons have paid Springs president of the senate come in contact with, in makingmy Ocala _______297 30 50 Church will meet at the home of

with their lives to demonstrate the fact that closer Federal formally announced as a candidateIn short stay In your midst a Plnetta ______ 88 4 12 Mrs. F. Fender next Friday after

ti; tr supervision is needed over drugs put up in bottles and sold to group 1. In all probability others God's blessing that a stranger fell Sanderson ____50 1 10 noon.Remember
I will enter the race to the end In such good hands, and will alwaysbe Starke ______112 22 13 the prayer service at
i j, the American public in the name of medicine. the church
Sunday and Wed-
'that the Florida Supreme Court cherished and remembered by Trenton _____105 20 13 every

H art For several years now Congress has had legislation before -> will be a subject to cuss and discuss me. Worthington nesday evening at six o'clock.C. .

it that would tighten the food and drug laws and make for some time to come. Respectfully, Springs ___326 31 12 B.at Browning Sampson was City visiting Sunday.relatives I_....
All of which Is a very good thing. O. E. Bowen : :
rf them really effective. Of course such laws met with opposition The trouble with you and me and a Eagle River, Wis. Total ______2,509 347 288 Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown and J. _

I i from various interested sources and so far Congress lot of other folks is we're too lazy J. Brown all of Sampson City mm MAMM AVCII i

1 ;: has listened to this opposition and has let the laws slide. ind Indifferent to inform ourselveson COMPLAINT "\ H.lSSTLAWYERS HUNTERS MAY BE PUZZLED were Sunday visiting afternoon.Mrs. Arle Browning OrM ASPIRIN a layer. WOHNS Atplrln SO tnUtt easy InX II .'

; questions of real Import. We .......... .
; And now more than fifty people dead because Mrs. w&.r.ty
are Mildred n
a manufacturer Dyal of Sampsonwas
just can't be bothered about the Editor Telegraph Laws are effective In certain ...HIM It httf the ."om ., .fix
i placed sulfanilamide in a certain solution-and put Government, but we howl like tim- Starke Fla. counties of Florida which prohibit visiting her parents, Mr and I ..... II.Is ...............

r s it on the market without first testing to see if his product ber wolves when an activity of the Dear Sir:- hunting In such counties on certain -; Mrs. V. A. Browning, Sunday ThU. spud.. f.1..........'......."," 0rr
fsssl..MVf ....,... .
Alplrin. Hart
t same Government I will be pleased to have
r aY i were poison or not. And under the present laws he cannot be bothers us. We lish you pub- days of the week throughout ,f_ BOARD HEAD DISCUSSES ".........." *f .......h. sad ilml- rra
vote now and then for a president, this letter i in your paper for the open season. This and other tar ..
< a few MlniMM .ft.r ..ka....
1 criminally prosecuted. There can only be civil suits for damages or governor or sheriff and pay I the benefit of all who care to read restrictions give to these counties I r BUS PROBLEM -

by relatives of the dead. little or no attention to senators, j I It. But my object In writing this special hunting calendars of their I (Continued from Page One) I.t

: Whether Congress can refuse to take action in the face congressmen, representatives com- !j l Is Information the lost deposl- own. If sportsmen who will go into I please be advised All from people headache who suffer ought occasionally to know
that I
have
asked a
( missioners and a raft of other minor J I tors In the Bradford County Bank. the field in large numbers on November this to quick relief.
7& 1 of such widespread tragedy remains to be seen. his counsel on several matters and way
i officials. A real contest for Su- i! Which is as follows: I : 20 when the general huntIng At the first sign of such pain,
Court Beats I Some time before the bank closed he tells me it Is the board s placeto n
i preme ought to go along I season opens would keep out take two Bayer Aspirin tablets
t In TWO THINGS; THAT DESERVE YOUR ATTENTION way toward making us Supreme I endorsed a note for a sick of the toils of the law, they would settle all matters and that he with a half glass of water. Sunit-
'
-Court-conscious.: The power man for 3000. This man never do well to familiarize themselveswith has no say. If there are any times if the pain is more severe r

9tr Organization of a Bradford County Chamber of Commerce and influence of the Court over did get well and died about two these provisions, says the Doubting Thomases please ask according another dose to directions.If is necessary. later t

L the lives and welfare of the peopleit years! later.Sometime. commission of game and fresh water other board members If I am tell- headaches back,.. 0
has gotten off to a flying !start with around 100 mem ing the truth. keep coming
i was set up to serve justifies the ago I was sued to pay fish. we advise you to see your o..n.
A bers emolled during the first two weeks. Meetings at the selection of There Is another man who toM! .
Its personnel with the this note but I was not able to pay Summarized, the special provisions physician. He will look for the
f present time are being held every Thursday night in the utmost care and consideihtion. same at the time. So they got regarding days and also species it around that we were going to cause in order to correct it.
take off several small buses The is 151 for
Court House and should be Anything that will cause the av- judgment against me. I have paid of and price now only lJIr.
: attended by everyone who is interested game affecting hunting In have one large one childrenon twelve tablets or two full dozen ,
I erage citizen to even THINK about this note at of carry Ir.a
now a cost $74.94. these
counties
; ; in seeing our county occupy its rightful place in the ''it will be extremely helpful.In According to the statement of are as follows: all routes taken off It has also cent for 25 apiece.Virtually cent.* virtually, only a aU'.

I sun. Matters are discussed at these meetings that are of vital the passing of Chief Justice this settlement the attorney was I Hunting is prohibited in Alachua I been told that the board cut mileage

r importance to everyone in the county and if you fail to lend Fred H.and Davis able Florida lost a brilliant allowed $20.' ,00 to collect this note County County on Sunday Sunday(with; in referendum Gilchrist paying off drivers of some for routes what and was Is taken still m
jurist. In the of 3000. i
i your cooperation to this organization you are hurting everyone pointment of Roy Chapman to ap fill I pending.) In Citrus County after off. The sooner people tell what onhs

; of course but none so much as yourself. the vacancy caused by his untimely The 52nd verse in the 11th chap November 30 and In Marion and they know to be true the sooner we
ter of
Luke
lc Jesus said, "Woe unto Putnam Counties I lZC
1 Another important thing deserving the attention gave us a you lawyers. Ye entered not In season' hunting Is
I and cooperation man able and qualified to fill a prohibited on comment for or against the hoard's 111 TABLLT$ ofc
position
: } of everyone right now is the annual Red Cross Roll of such importance. yourselves In and they that" were entering Monday Wednesday and Friday; action In this matter.

j r Call beginning Thursday. Bradford County went over the top Whether Chapman remains on As I Interpret ye hindered.this saying Jesus and ties on'Sunday'Monday In Columbia and Levy, Wednesday Coun- I am yours for H.better MOORE.schools 1 cent a tablet rIap
the 'OJ.
in fine last is Court bench or is to be suc- condemned the whole bunch
style year and it up to every individual to see as he and Friday.

that the same thing is done this time. Workers will make and ceeded the by people someone to decide.else remainsfor In Tom said lawyers but I If he intended to It would be well for sportsmento an,
single out any one lawyer it must remember also that the -FLOItIDA fee
earnest effort to see everyone but do not wait on this. You Watson he will face a forceful and be this lawyer''that got $20.00 to hunting season comes to an general end on We.9a

I >ho"uld,voluntarily t go to the chairman. and join the Red Cross energetic Davis'campaigner and In seek collect $30.00. January 31 in Citrus, DeSoto Har-
ing post Watson enters thrace e In the tenth and 30th
fir' for another year chapter dee Marlon and Osceola Counties; a e alt
against
Chapman. Cillla prob verse of Luke Jesus said, "A certain that Bradford. Union, Walton and ,
-- fJ ably will oppose Ellis and will
man went down from Jerusalem Plnellas are closed to hunting of
ONE ART WE ARE WILLING", TO SEE DIE prove a mighty tough opponent. I to Jericho and fell among turkey and Plnellas to hunting\ of

i Every member of the present thieves who stripped him. deer; that in Jefferson
County it Is
When we think of the Gay Nineties we call Court obtained his seat by gubernatorial On / ,
usually to: my way from the cradle to lawful to hunt deer only on Wed-

mind trailing skirts fluttering fans dropped eye-lids and discreet ever been appointment defeated and none has the 66th mile post (U am 66 years nesday and Thursday of each week \

y blushes. We lose sight of the fact that in spite of its I don't believe for, in rejection.the { Intact old) I fell among the offspring of during the deer season November The Cac conoa in die wdd jut amnUf imk.doe I
t historyof this same gang that stripped this 20 to December 31 and in Taylor h? feat molly dveed aM s.w..I Cotton iI tM bet
charm there was much in this era that was just as bawdy and the Court that a Justice ever man going from Jerusalem to Jeri County only on Tuesday, Friday mane -r aa...,-..... than mooned Elyttinm "

gaudy as anything we can offer today. And unfortunately, I gained his seat other than by appointment cho. In First 'Corinthians sixth and Sunday; that DeSoto and Har- -.1a4 ..A si_Gtwa All tdy th..J. On
t and none to my knowledge !- chapter and tenth dee .ft and.*from Ammo. com*.... we levite, you ro Ian
at the present time it that verse it says, Counties close to the .
seems shooting
our sporting friends have has even been defeated at the iac then fee mouth sad MOO* HVUV gwlaus. 41
chosen to bring about I "Extortioners shall\ not Inherit thekingdom of doves on January 31. and Dade ..4 fat.30*-M..l*WS-Mla fore s. "hbadmar. .
1 a revival of one of the least attractive polls. But it could happen and of God." And I have nev- Broward and Monroe on November .pia r Rail, *MnuCot../......,.....r.!N C. i

elements that went to make up life at the turn of the century. many believe the record will be er known of a bigger extortion case 15. This information Is shownon poi

( We refer to the female wrestler. I broken in the coming election. than this one. Yet it appears to the back of hunting licenses. CaIrl
Watson
won't find Chapman be law.
any For the
Of late sporting pages have been graced ((1)) with 'push-over but he information of hunters .
r photographs shouldn't be dis Now you lost depositors be a little the commission of game and fresh I 's ABILITYFACE tbI
of these muscled Amazons who have increased in number counted entirely. QUIts regardlessof more careful who you are votIng water fish will shortly have In the tba

1 until there are now more than sixty of them touring the whom he opposes will run a for or your children will hands of each county Judge In the -
mighty good race. In the mean starve to death in a land of state a
I country and putting on their exhibitions in the plenty. four-page pocket size leaf- f auN
of time the
name food, Supreme Court Is some- If there Is to be found any thing let giving a summary of all hunt-

clean fun. thing for the voter to THINK In this letter that Is not facts to the Ing regulations effective In Flor-

r If there is less about. best of my knowledge I will ida C
anything appealing and more directly contrary beg during the 1937-38 season. THE FUTURE ''i

to all the traditions of lovely womanhood than a female :%OTI('K or APPl.U-tl* your pardon. These will be available to hunters
FOR T,X UKBD A. S. Strickland. with the purchase
'i wrestler, it has yet to be conceived. It is a mystery to us what t+...f" Hill \... IH.tl of a hunting Iicense.Leesburg WITH CONFIDENCE a
N'OTIl-K: I1BKEBV OIVt;. That Commercial.
t circumstances could force a woman to give up everything she .Mix ,Irniu 1':, ON: <-1 holder of :2-6 TWO MODEH.V GOIJATHS
of Tux OitUlcatv Nt>. nee, 'Ixmipd tlm Editor
was intended for to travel around the country giving exhibi and ".IY of Au.u.l. A. I). 19:11.: hail Telegraph Among those attending the Flor- Tfc
flied mint In my office and hnn Starke Fla. ida-Georgia football .r. i I. GULF LIFE win ...tyou
i
; I tions of what has often been called the lowest form of sport- made. application for a tux deed to Dear Sir: sonville game In Jack-

1 wrestling. Few men could think of a woman as a wife after .hi.ml>IxHuvd.iurn the threon.following Auld uertlflcut d.ncrlb,,d* In 1 Samuel 17 we read the thrilling Mrs. H. Saturday C. Ritch Charley were Mr.Nichol and -- hb MiftMC. in preparing -. l

seeing her sweating and red-faced in a pair of unbecoming Mtar l>ri.iity|* ;if Florida In, the:: ,County tu-wlt:i.f Uiadfuld. { story of young David s encounter son, Sam Alvarez T. K. McClane pro 1Ift tU will MMTC YOUR financial C
I. SortIIPUHI' Quarter i.f Sniithnunt with the Philistine Jr., Miss t
glunt Dorothy
I, trunks, or in the act of being tossed to the mat with dull thud. Quarter' Son Ion 17 Township 6 named Goliath. Haynes. Sapp, Miss Hope Ind.p.ndenca
South, UmiK-e Z2: Kant, Eldredge Smith, Al (
containing Ma- .
AM long ali there are only sixty women wrestlers: in the \, Thu 40 aMMpimment wren. inure of or the I...sand..... We of today are facing: a far nassa. N. Sternberg, Mr and Mrs. :J::T I'/J 1R 1

country we feel comparatively safe but view with alarm the, i arty under the ...ihl rerlirirnte, lnHiird prop-. worse situation than confronted i K. G. Duncan T. Frunk Landrum! i.9oetr J ,
t n'a. In the nnnie nf ,(. M Triihy. Saul's We Vivian
Aft rice in popularity of this sport and live in dread that someday !1'nlri.B rind. rvrtiricui. limit lie r.- army have at least Saxon Miss Lillian Mose-
f g 1)55) rite '; we might accidentally see a female wrestling match. ieI'ty ip.irll the htKhrnt bidder Stern- II
at the
i l ;t, 'I. o i, hours door. nn the firm I'oon< I ;I of old berg A. E.: Wall, Merrill McMillan I
( 'tliw month of I>.-,*..mb..r. IH17. \rourl'l I Judas Nicotine is Mr. and 1
one of these Mrs.
k l Several of our sportsmen are upset over the fact that IK Ihs 6th day of pciember I J. p. Warren. Mr 1I
Pitvd. tills 1101.. day ut November giants. He arrogantly Invades our and Mrs. J. G. Godwin 1I I
the first day of hunting reason and of the I lnaT of the
one big football
homes, our schools, and State Farm I
i tf+,' 10.1111101. SRATj) our also attended us did R. E. JEFFCOAT Assistant Manager
games of the year come on the same date. Some will no doubttry A. J. THOMAS churches mercilessly subjecting to I Mr. and Mrs. B C. Prince, Mr. and I
; ; to start early enough to take in both. Pradford County, Florida. sway our men, our women and Mrs Morgan Rlcharde and Jack
I Ill-:ti-at-tt-1 our children by Increasing! millions Prince A-i. ..ONVIl.LE FLORIDA
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