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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 19, 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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foRK BEGUN THANKSGIVING TO CLOSE WILL BE CRUSHINGPLANT UNEMPLOYMENT LAST COTTON COMES TO TOWN I\, LAND COMPANYFORCES




ON REBUILDINGROAD OBSERVED MERCHANTSStarke HERE BY TO BE ERECTEDAT CENSUS 5 SALE OFCERTIFICATES



, stores will remain closedall

13 day next ThursdayThanks- BROOKER BEING I

giving. It was announced yester- TAKEN

day by Marhhal A. L. Alvarez who


,\ and-a Half Miles hail petition tvventy-thtee I i he was signatures cliculaling.to a $/0,0<)() Mill Financed Gigantic Project Conducted Files {Writ{ of Alternative


I four Starke-Law- Thanksgiving Is one of (the few I' fly Florida Lands, by Post Office t ..E't Mandamus Af/ainat

Hutu-ceil days that there Is seldom any argument rear+a u nry, ,g, li Count TulI."da1l"AlJCTIO
Incorporated DepartmentM.I. u
Remade
try lll'illg over, everyone agreeing

that all-day closing should l be ob- I --- I "

liifKSON VHJ.B FIRM served. i MAN IlEIIINU TIJNl: .F.tltMl. JOBLESS PERSONSTO LAW AGAIN

: .. O.I i U P H .K K () li V COURT
ElV.EX J : : $ e ,s37: .;30 JOB G I'.. I'I LAKSII. DAYTON, FILE REPORT CARDSThe I
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DOUBLE PARKING
Erection of a $40.000( tong nut j I I local postoff.ice this week isdistributing' The Empire Lumber Co. of Jacksonville
work was begun
.JinK 13 from the CUT DOWN crushing plant at Brooker will be I unemployment reportblanks owners of approximately

lifoUv ()n State Rolld the south- slotted soon according to a statement to all fnm..ies believed to ... ........., .. 22,000 acres of Bradford County
to
north edge of Starke cut-off. MARSIIAL SAYS TRAFFIC made at the Rotary, Club contain any unemployed or pa it- I I timber land, yesterday filed a writ

.M rD end! of the new Lawtey and shove SITUATION BEINGIMPROVED luncheon here Wednesday by J. E i time employed members.! The purr of alternative mandamus ordering

SCOres of laborers, pick Bartlett, representative of Florida pose of this census is to compile an Clerk of the Court A. J. Thomas
foremenk
and
men' truck drivers! Lands Inc. In an Informal talk accurate, complete'' record of the One more bale of Sea Island might be 1 turned out by the coopera- f I to show cause by Monday! why he
$50,000 proj- Chief of Police A. L.
btg'dn on the Alvarez before the club Mr. Bartlett told of I, unemployment situation in the !, the gin here but the season just about over with a total of 133: bales should not accept applications for
and widening theuptown this week said that residents and
ICI of remaking the operations of his company thus United States as authorized by the to date. Here is some of the last cotton to be brought In by two negro I sale of tax certificates more than

much used highway for motorists of Sturke are cooperating far in the Brooker section includ last session of Congress The cards (I planters B. J.. Kelly (In wagon) and I. S. Neild. who sharecrop with two years old under provisions of

!be four and a half mile stretch with him In an effort to rid ing the planting of 1,000 acres of must be filled out and mailed Congressman R. A. Green.! They have not yet sold their cotton but are the Murphy 8111.I .

s Duval Engineering and Con- Main Street of double parking. tung trees. I back to the postoffice not later y'still holding out In the hope of n pi Ice rise. Kelly bus ten children, !I Mr. Thomas did not suite whether -

iction Company of Jacksonville Chief Alvarez said that so far no than midnight tomorrow Satur- I while Nedd goes him one better. No wonder they want all they can or not the county would file
The land. now owns'
awarded the contract last arrests to motorists\! has been made company I get for their crop. such It indicated, $'
i day. No postage Is needed a reply. was
around 1,500 acres of the best -1
E mlh by the State Road that Departent. the- and that he hopes none will be farming land near Brocketand has Monday all mall curriers gave -- - however, that If the mandamus becomes -

It was estimated three and necessary. :500 more under option. At the report cards to families on their L W. P. SMITH JR. GREEN ATTENDS final Monday no further action -
between
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job would take A petition circulated recently present time 110 men are at work routes while distribution in the will be required nnd the cl..rkwill

|four weeks. proposing one-hour parking !in cer- clearing land, constructing buildIngs city proper began Tuesday. Curds WINS PRIZE CONGRESSPRESIDENT'S proceed with sales accordingto

f The work which consists of wid- tain business areas on Main Street, and planting trees I were placed the boxen of all persons the "auction" law "What I la

.ning the road two and one-half evidently died in the hopper of the Mr. Bartlett told the story of except those definitely knownto i' THIRTY TURKEYS AWARDED : SPECIAL WA8H SESSION fair for the big fellow l.s fair for
IN
|ret on each side and reworking City Council at their last meeting how Bradford County happened to be employed and were given SHOOTERS ARMIS- CONVENES: : the little one," is the way lit put It.

. he! limerock I' base with surface when It was continued to some fu- be picked for the site of this big those; who receive mail by general 1 I TICE DAY INGTON MONDAY The last doubt as to the constitutionality -

udiietl pavement is under the BUprniion ture date. new tung oil Industry. The man I' dcllvety. It is suggested, if thereIs I In the Armistice Day handicap Representative R. A, Green left of this much-alisputed

, of E. D. Frambrough. Acual The drive against double parking behind the company, he said, Is E. more than one person unemployed | skeet shoot for prizes at the old Saturday for Washington, D. C. to act of the 1937 legislature was dispelled .-

1 rocking was begun Tuesday was started to prevent traffic P. Lursh president of the Master or only part-time employed In airport Just south of town W P. attend the special session of Congress last Friday when the Supreme -

moon and has rapidly gone for- blocking when curs were stopped Electric Company of Dayton, Ohio. I I I a family that each fill out and mull I Smith, Jr., with his skilled shootIng called by President Roose Court denied petitions for a

I _dand! at present approximately double This a separate lepmt. Curds may be The his short vacation rehearing in the cast. The court
In the street and parked! on executive decided that he had j won the first prize of $10. velt. Dining
-half mile has been laid. Though I I had simply by asking at the post- hud previously declared the law
( either side. expanded his manufacturing business l- second prize of $7.50 went to Sam spent here since the regular session
Jework of widening and resurfac- office and those who failed to receive constitutional., Clerks of the circuit -
The tendency to double park on sufficiently and in looking' Anderson and third, $5: was taken adjourned late this summer, Congressman -
is expected to> be completed one as well as those afamily court hud been restrained from
pg Call Street was noticed mostlynear around for other Investments hit I in. \ by Monk Dinkins. High guns In Green has visited everycounty I I.I
that the ones certificates until the
it is not probable additional delivering
needing ,
n, the postoffice, at noontimeand upon the Idea of developing alarge : the turkey shoot were Fred Moore in his district, has mude a.,
.thalt! and slag will be spread until I should he sure to get them. law was finally nettled, but thin. or-
when mails were being dis- old fllhloned plantation I (tin class A), Dr. J. W, Brownlee score of speeches at various places

spring) us weather tempera- tributed. To date, Chief Alvarez somewhere In the South where he Persons having positions are not i ( In class 8)), and Drew Beasley (Iin t throughout the state. I der was dissolved by the court and

ure) must be above seventy de- could retireMr. ,. : to fill in Also those who Clerks: were authorized to proceed
says that this seas been stopped, eventually reports class C.) Thirty turkeys were won Mint of the problems that willcome I
with the sales
is done. !
t when this
Lursh commissioned Mr. 'I do not want work housewives Unpaid -
the ufteinoim.
und autoists are being duly warned during before the special session are \
Surveyors, pick and shovel men Caitlett to find a suitable site for I I family workers, full time students I The Murphy Bill provides for-
against doubleparklng. Arrests will I In the regular skeet shooting familiar ones. The proposed wage- settling all delinquent tax claims
iind scrapers precede the rocking such a project and, after a ,' Inmates of institutions and
be made if necessary to bring the survey 'I j Maxlc Curter of Maxvllle, was high hour legislation has as Its aim the against land by the auction of certificates -
Icrewto scrape off the present sur- of every county In Florida, the i I, those employed in the administrative I
practice to a close, he says. with a score! of 48 out of 50, Fred same chief objective announced where they ate more than
and out the for western of the NYA :
of
Icing dig space part Bradford County positions WPA ,
-. i Moore next with 47 out of 50, Sam mote than four years\ ago for NRA. two old. Opponents claimed
Idenlng. Next come laborers wholace was chosen. : CCC or other such agencies are not years
Anderson 45, W. P. Smith Jr.. 42; Surplus crop control, Irleil first i
Presbyterian Church I this to be unconstitutional because
large timbers at the point Mr. Bartlett Is a firm believer in I Ito fill in and return unemployment list.
IIn.1V.. P. Smith, Sr. and MonkI In 1933: Is second on the certificates could be obtained for-
here the edge of the road will/ befid Dr. R. T. Caldwell will\ have for the future of tung oil and advises reports. All pernowxm strike, unless -
Dinkins each 10 out of 50. In spite
I The regional development proposal little\ cent the coat
as as one over!
of
the actual business every Bradford
then County farmer to they are seeking a new position -
his for
sermotopic Sunday morn-
|lof the rainy morning, (the afternoon / calls for an extension of the ,lof advertising and conducting the
(king l IH undertaken. A fleet of11I'kll at 11 o'clock the great set a large acreage In these trees., and minors are excluded from
ing ques-
was fairly clear and u large TVA Idea tluough the nation mile, and this WHS not uniform tax-
Is loaded one at a time with tion, "What have we to do with A ten-acie tract in five years will the census. '1 'towel of shooters and spectatorswere ,

.inhed limerock by means of a pay $1,000 annually, he and Government renrganisutinn.Rouseveltb .
Thee Jesus of Nazareth. Any says The report blank which is eight present ation.When

,"''erful motor shovel from coal person not having a church home Is in ten years will double that ;Eby nine inches when open and is fourth special ness ion someone other than the
arfull of the substance shipped amount, .- item, has been talked of and vainly owner buys the eel'tlflcuto, the
invited to worship. printed on the mime type of light
Inlyiail and sided near I the depot. __ ... u.Lau.tey In discussing the advantages to I card paper as are post cards contains L. TORRUELLADIES I stabbed! tit for 25) years owner Is permitted two years In

As each truck dumps Its load at Methodists Bradford County of having this a message from the President Anil-monopoly legislation, if any, which to redeem It by paying the
I
Ilie pmnt of construction, it is 'new industiy located here, Mr. I telling what to do und why. FRIDAY i "will. hrI new attempt to meet an 1 purchase price ,plus, three P"I..t'ntI

llwvcleil level sprayed with watert Dr. W. E. Craig, new disliict supervisor Bartlett said that all of the lands 'There are fourteen questions to be I all I Interest If homestead property

| Insure firm packing, nnd then will\ preach at the Lawtey bought by his company were home- filled in by the individual such us 1 PI-JATH: COMES: FROM: PNEUMONIA : .. the owner is granted ten years to

traveled! over again and again by Methodist Church Sunday morning, stead exemption lands but that name and address condition of unemployment IN GAINESVILLE::: CHRISTMAS redeem.After.

jant 'ptat-u-rollers" weighing .t was announced yesterday by F they will be eligible for taxes under I' age color, sex, kind HOSPITALThe I he redemption period 1 ex-

mdr.('I I.of tons. This gives u firm, A. Whittlesey the nt'6l''ncrshlp.. 1 und mime of work previously death of Louis Torruellu. M, SEAL DRIVEMRS. Iplrt's. the certificate holder may..

MDth' ad that will when covel'with -- -- -- ---- -- 'b.glll ecloimre oceedmgs l
ri : --
number of dependents and re-
done Friday
In a Gainesville hospital last : J. M. ALVAREZ: AGAIN I
RS.OLD--- gain ownership title.DEATH .
1 asphalt and slag last for ROMAN COIN 2,000 YE ; income.
cent morning cumo as a shock to I APPOINTED; / : CHAIRMAN I *'

|many years to come. OWNED BY LOCAL COLLECTOR I The infoi million given in thesileports his family. nnd frl"nLlII.fl'! Tortuclla FOR BRADFORD

The exact amount of the Contact will be strictly confidential had l been In good health be- TAKES
By A. W ANDERSON. JR. I the: pie-Hitler days were worth !
a- let to the Duval Engineering valuable I und will nut be divulged or made fare sudden attack of penumunia Airs .1./. M. Alvarez of Pturke, BONAHM JOHNS '
The most Interesting and chat (.he mal'k Is today Mr. Wain- {
i
und Const t ruction was
Company public.It ''following: his return from New has been tcappointed as Christmas
old money collection It has ever wtight would be exceedingly, wealthy -
.r 519.831.30.'hen completed the I I' is not too late to obtain cards York City lust: week. Catholic funeral Seal' Chub man for Bradford! Count LIVED IN BRADFORD!
been our pleasure to observe was I us he bus several millions in ,
read
| will eliminate of theworst
one from the postoffice and fill them I >, It wus learned here this week. COUNTY
spot shown by N. Wainwright, Jr., i these. In the lust days of the old 1 : services were held. Sunday L SIXTYNINI'of..
Road within the
on Thirteen
In. No postage is necessary, only The announcement was made by ,I YEARS
j at 3 o'clock from the residence -
Mr. Wainwright afternoon
at his office Tuesday. bankrupt German govei nment It
!
imdules of Bradford County maiL them before Saturday mid; Dr. William C. Blake, president of ,
land will{ he safer five has been collecting old | would take a basketful to buy alI I II I and were conducted by Father .I Ronnhm Fernando Johns 69
much being night. In order that the census maybe the Florida, Tuberculosis and ,
fret wider and not to slick in wetather coins und money for the past five I sack of flour I' completed and attention given I, O'Sullivan of Gainesville.LakeCemetery. In- Health Association and was r..lea"-I i I I widely known, life-long le-sidrnt of a
In the
teiment Crosby
> and now has a collection Among the unusual and 11Io'1)11
years I many to ending unemployment where 'ed from the state office at Jacksonville Bradford County, died in his home

--. worth well up into the thousands valuable U. S. coins in the collection ;I possible*. Thursday morning, November It,

of dollars it is heavily\ Insured and is an 1821 dime which !l.s much Pall bearers were W. A. Cessent, ad the result of 'a heart attack.

ONLY is stored in a vault. I larger than the dime of today, : WPATCREWS {I'Jr., Ira Andreu, Charlt'IICllrlton.C. Mrs. Alvarez Is prominent in Funeral services were hold Saturday

ONE ARRESTDURING The oldest and most unusual coin greenbacks! (dollar bills) of 1802 issued A. Knight W. B Mundy, Jr., schix-1, civic health and club work I morning at 10:30: o'clock at h

(to us) in, the collection is an old when the treiisury had been' WORKING ROADSRELIEF I and T. N. Kendrick. Mr. Torru..ll.i In this county. tho New River Baptist Church, of

QUIET WEEKEND Roman coin, probably used when moved to New York City when it is survived by his willow Mis.\ Virginia The sule of Seals opens on I'which Mr. Johns was a lite-long

: BY SHERIFF'S this great empire was at its height was feared the Confederates might I : WORKERS REPAIR Toiruellu, and by eight chil- Thanksgiving Day and, continues fiom'' member The Rev L. A. Shepherdand

OFFICE nearly 2.000 years ago. The metul cap I u I' Washington, one-cent I i WASHED OUT COUNTY ren; four sons, Juan C'arlos: und until Christmas. The funds I the Rev L. G. Hemingway N

appears to be some suit of copper pieces of 1819 that are three times BRIDGES: Louis.. Jr., nil of New York, and the sule of the penny health ntlckI j I conducted the lust rites. Interment

County officials said another and instead of being moulded, as the size of the present cent, half-i i Alberto::! of Slut ke; and four daughters ( ers are used for tuberculosis work was In the New River Cemetery L e.
quiet week-end off with roads, badly wa.shed- In Bradford and Florida. I
County
passed coins ate at present, it was hammered dimes dating back to 183B. half- On county I Maria Dolores of Sluike, and Saturday afternoon.
only one arrest that of und bridges demolished by1 Letters containing two sheets of
a negioI
about the size of cents minted In 1829 which out
last out. It Is are Clementine, Carldad and Virginiaof Mr Johns was the son of John
Friday for and en- last month, about one Seals( will be sent to residents of ]
| breaking' the present U. S. quarter and is much larger than a cent today I I heavy rains New York City. Two sisters, i D. and Mary Johns and was born
Urmg.
relief workers are busy' this county by Mis. Alvarez at
roughly circular. It appears as (and it teak 100 cents to make a. hundred Miss Cnrmen Torruella and Mrs. near New River on Jun 22, 1808.
and materials. : Thanksgiving time. Two sheets of
Clarence replacing
Hutchinson was ap- though the lump of raw metal was dollar then, too) "flying eagle" i, repairing Malen Gutlerres, both of Porto He was educated In Bradford Coun-
PWhemled' '' Under the supervision of RudolphAnt.r..ws .-;,>alll ut $1.00 each are being enclosed -
I and landed in Bradford placed upon a flat die, und beaten cents: > of 1857 which were the diameter Rico also survive.Mr. ty and attended the private schoolof
wunty 'I senior supervisor of the' this year because of the n.1tor
Jail last Friday lifter enter- other blunt of the present cent but Professor
upon with a hammer or Torruella was born !in Porto J. Loony here In
Itg woik Is carried out
the the being seeking early cases when
home of Harold Gregg metal was Im- about twice as thick and made of county
abnd instrument until the Rico August 25, 1878 and came to chances of 1892 he married Ella\ Fair Andrews
two miles southeast of town on the a different metal nickel and silver on. recovery are greater, and from the
and printed with the markings: I the United States In 1921. at which Mrs. Alvarez said. union was burn two

of stole an overcoat, several pairs die. The marks of the hammer three-cent pieces of the I850's' and It was unestlmated just how time he made his home here. He children one of whom survives.
The sale Is in Floridaby
Pants and some shirts. He blows are easily seen and the coinIs twenty-cent coins Issued In 1875.: In long It will take to complete the | was a successful merchant, and sponsored Mr.' Johns was a minister by profession -
'* the Florida Tuberculosis and
""" trial I I In the jail now, deputy I Imprinted only on one side with the collection i is a silver quarter work of repairing and regrading. hud recently expanded his combined and was connected with the
atetuf I Health Association and its affiliated
Ben after the rain damages
Rowe said. resembling the modern Last month mercantile business
closely at
an unusual line design. store and service station at the one time.

Ml I of the stolen goods were'red The rarest piece of money with twenty-five cent piece Issued in u gigantic road repair proJect '' corner of Madison und Orange I groups._ _- ... Surviving the deceased are his
aovereil WPA'In -- -
'' anti are being' held for evl" now-a-duys Is gold. 1844 and! hundreds of other silver was authorized by the Si recta.!' widow a daughter Mrs. II. V Tur-

*te. the deputy said. the spender has several one copper, nickel alloy and some gold cooperation with thecounty! and I Clementine and Major Chalker Dies ner of Jacksonville, three!' brother,
Wainwright Two
Mr. daughters
Otherwise, Mr- Rowe said that dating as far coins minted In the 1800's by the wheelbarrows, hoveUs. and other Word has just been received hereof Lloyd Johns of Graham O. L.
on pieces have attained fame as
dollar gold Virginia
more of the unusually quiet United States. materials were ordered to furnish the-death of Major C. W. Chal Johns of Jacksonville' and Mabrt
l" buck as 1833-56-57.: : Also among stage Rod radio acton, both having
k-nds were passed. twentyfiveand Among the very old coins in the tools for completing the project. ker at Hot Springs Ark. Wednesday Johns of Macon. Ca.; and sister,
his gold collection Is a I bt-rn star on N. B. C.'s White
-.- Issuedcy collection are some made long before He is survived by his wife Mrs! Lota Worthington, und four-
a fifty cent gold piece Rabbit Bus Line program on Sunday -
Licenses Slow back in the United Stutes were dreamed Important MeetingThe Mis. Emma Chalker, daughter of grandchildren.Active .
the state of California mornings, and/ recently Clem-
Hunting! ubont. There Is a 1752 coppery I Bradford County Soil Conservation in. and l\ofrll. A. M. Derby of.Stnike pall bearers lit the funeral
I licenses the 1850's.Of I entine has hud a leading role- In a
were selling
bad' of slow right said the most historical Interestare coin upon which the country Is not (fnll work sheet ..illen..rs'III ) stage show tad tMosonH, Rill and John I were-K K. Stump Carl Johns Har-
C"Ullt now, 1623 silver Greek ('hlllkE> Also surviving his Lewis. W. A. Stern. J.
y Judge bills of the American distinguishable a meet lit the court house Friday r. are ry A
E. K. under I'
'wine ll Perryman paper revohitionaryrdays. coin a 1763 English> silver piece j; Nov. 2l1'at 7:30: o'clock. Funeral arrangements were mother, Mis. George A. Chalker ofDtddlehurg Thomas and A. O. Andrru. Amongthe
lily In and night .
his office In the revolution pre I the direction of DeWItt C.Jones.
panty I and a 1727 German. that he'' and u brother, Al honorary pull bearers were
Courthouse In this collection there ure I K is very urgent everyone
"but I .
!kto ri, expect and Also in the collection are two, committeemen will beelected. Chalker of Miami. Funeral services Charley Ward. Dr. M. B. Herlong.f .
The| ) twelve, sixteen, twenty present as |, A .
|' CrHons Thursday and Friday eight bills dated I from 1775 five, twenty and fifty dollar Confederate | 1. -- -- will be in Middle tin i'g Sunday, i ,. W. E. Mlddleton, A. :M. Darb

lHth e hunting Wanting licenses be- i' forty shilling they are hand countersigned notes and some C nted..rI I| T K. :MtClano, Jr. Tags On Sale SoonThe but the hour had! not been definite. Or O L. Ilaynes. J. U.1'11I] *,;'

IHnv. season opens Sat- to 1777 cut out ate ten-cent postage sllfmps.VhEn County Agent ly set yesterday, N D. Walnwrlght Sr nnJ Cru'1nlltlt. >'
A check of his records and were apparently new blue and yellow Florida
40ged used the stamps had to be cut I .: : Funeral nirunKernenU
also numbered I I
tW'nt -seven state licenses, J by: scissors and were license plates will KO( on sale In
I apart with scissors and/ were not Itirths were In charge of the KVyMcCabeFunerul
enly.three hand. The paper was I Rcceit'IsJegru office e
licenses and by Tax Collector Carl Knight's
l *> county glued on the buck. Home of Jicl.n.-nvil.e.: ;
| l 10 lat f'plnjf "cense had been Kohl much heavier than banknote paper The collection is vulua'oio not I I :Miss Arny Moore who attended ': Dec. 1. The collector this his Mr. and Mrs W. C. Woolen, I ..

ta a lt The Judge remained l op- today and was n different grade. only from Its Intrinsic and monetary ;, the recent National Woodman con- 'said that due to the fact that Lawtey boy, November 11. Commercial and prlviite airports

I M>I W> to sales however. "I That the bills are very, old can be worth but for Its historical \entlrn In Om'ihu. Nebr. receivedthe office is so near the State Prison Mr, and :Mrs. Chas A. Jenkins 'ecre-ised! from 364 In 1930 to 032: t

l bet !,1.h"c:nae8 In the two days seen at a glance and they are Mi- value us well especially!' If events I I, honor of being made a Senior I I Farm, Ralford where tags arc Sl.irke, girl. November 17, In: 1035> In this country, while municipal
j jnnJ
,eu.!! hunting season opened last most exactly the size and shape ofa happenings. are associated> with J I Underwriter, in the Supreme 1<' manufactured, delivery will\) not be !Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Baxley, airports Increased froju 3CO:

I KM 1."gene" h e Said! The Florida aea- modern day playing card.If of the dates and nature of the coins. est Woodman Circle. 01'-1 made until: nearer Dec. 1. I Doctors Inlet. girl; November 15. to 739.

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i d j PAG1C_ _'l'Wo _ BRADFORD COUNTY 'I' LfGR.U: >R, STARKK. FLORIDA __, _,_,. FR1DVV. 1\ion': fR..1t ly.

!J,;; 4 METHOD- OF SEMINOLES- --- 'EXPLAINS' would( be expressed "Water View:" I IPensAcola. '' the water. Difficult Weohya-- HAMPTON COMES HERE TO PROMOTE '"..

I 1it in Kacambla County, I kapka a lake in Polk County I Minn A U Nlmmo. rorrf""Ddn. I PEACE

: f j ,11/1' : UNIQUE NAMES FOUND IN FLORIDA IS a Choctaw word meaning "hair which means "walking on water." Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Mattox and .

/ / people," so named( because both Wahoo a village In Sumter Mi. and Mrs. H. E. Mattox and
,I I : : men and women in the ancient '! County, sounds like an Indian, war son all of Atlanta, were the guestsof
.j J.. Many cities, Counties! rivers and feired them to other spots Miami, I PensHCola nation wore their hair i' cry. Actually it is n corruption Flev and Mrs James T. Guy re-
i I 1 .. bays in Florid.i" bear Indian name.s, us an instance, was the Creek 1 lung. | of "Uhawhu," which was the Creek
cently.
V '' mostly of the Seminole-Creek name for Lake Okeechohee It Wetumpka, a Gadsdcn County name for the elm tree. Mis. R F Dyal enteitained last

t .\ tongue according to a repent AsBocialcd moans "Big Place,'' or literally, town means "tumbling water The Indians called tae; Everglades Tuesday, Nov. 9th, In honor of her A
,1 "j'# Press news story 'wide it is II()." Ikeechobec is a HomoHHNHa, a Citrus County town "Puhoki" meaning "water daughter Virginia's t tenth hirth-
:k f'r Nt t'u/iling: as they seem when Choctaw word meaning: "big wa and named
t liver becomes "pepper Is glass" There la: a town cl.iy Interesting games were played
1 .1 ; spelled out In Indian language, the ter." there"! In English,: or "a place' Pahokee on the south shore of the and refreshments were served I .t i

1( ..oiI. English equivalents are simple! Tampa an ancient city "of the where wild pepper grows" Apopka lake. Their name for t the ocean at the conclusion. Those puitlct- r (

naming I I 1 ., ; Caloosa Indians, may be interpicted means "potato eating place." The was Wlwahatkl. meaning "white puling in this delightful affair,
\ 1"11 t a place wall to associate it with by the word "itimpi" of the I Oklawahi River carries the mean- I water Several rivers were called. 1 were Mises June and Francis n M 1 ++ rf J'u '

.J ,u iff;; ,;.1 something seen or something thathappened Creek, tongue, meaning "near It." Ing of "boggy" or "muddy l'ross. 'I -Wllaka." which In English wouldbe I Johnson, Miihelle and Lucile Green, t

t there.Tallahassee Alachua the county in which Ing. "tide water" 1 Barbara Bettie and :Martha Horne, .L--

1 capital of Florida, Gainesville is located, Is believed The Seminole application of _.______ u ,_ Billie und Juanita Dyal Jack and
". i : becomes "Old Town" when trans. derived l flora the Seminole word names lends to odd terms when CARD OF THANK Bobby Dyal Helen and David

,.;' I i J::1 :, lated. The reason was because "luchua," meaning "Jug a term translated. Wewahotee, a settle- \\'." wish to thank our many Brown Leila Mae, Hollen and R.
i \' from the earliest history a town I Ii used for a chasm nearby. ment In Orange County, becomes friends and Dr. Middleton and Dr. L. Brown Madge Gay, J. L.. Avoi'y

i ''I'' I" J 'I J was there. The name is made up Opa Locks a town in Dade "water living place," or, as an Gay for their kindness and faithful and Truby Slade. _
4 ''n4 of "Talwa," meaning town, and County, means "Big Swamp." Pa- American would say it, "water work during the illness and death Many beautiful and useful presents -]
4 'c iiI "Hani" meaning; old. In the Semi- Iatk, on the St. Johns River in tank." Likewise Wacahoota becomes of our loved one, Mrs. J. P. Sum- were received by Miss Virginia -
I' nole-Creek tongue the adjective always Putnam "b at On the streets of Starke there teen states during the" '''Sl lxtj
''I County means 0 "cow living place, or "cow. mel's.Ve also/ thank everyonefor with high !appreciation 81
I.I 't.. ).\ follows the noun. ." Wewahitchka could barn." the beautiful! flowers and wordsof Mrs. O. G. Pearce, Mr and Mrs. |I has been a. most unique house-car, months and lectured' u ut 4J

( I ', U White men have corrupted some : mean either "the place where water Easy to understand, is Lake Is- sympathy. M. L,. Watterson and Mr. and Mis: In the form of a colorful truck times before groups it cads, (|

fit!1, t.I ; $ Indian names, imported and invented is obtained" or "water looking tokpoga in Highlands County, "a Mr. J P. Summers, I... B Watterson attended the funeral j. called a World Peace Car The operator churches, clubs Hen ,. ?IU I !F,:,
';jJ;JI t' : i others. and in cases trans- place." In English the latter lake where someone was killed in And Family. of Mrs. M. Watterson and i Rev Ashton E. Jones, of and on the streets '11" wll! ,

''il ,' '1/ -'- I Atlanta/ Ga., says: This Is the most al our schools and,. s. ,ft.,
.t /
I dynamic, most educational and noon at four o'clock; ,Mil|

most Christian influence lolling on a lecture at the i. i ,II"i i i >
II IIM wheels", In America against the Canovd Pharmacv ,.
k 1 //F must wasteful and damnable sin be delivered from ih \n pf ,

t t Ir TURKOLOGY CONTEST which has ever effected 1 humanity Car which is", pqinpi' ,

r r I,, war Mr. Jones surely does not speaker.

nil nee words about this business of The dominant; heiu \1 n'I,
qJI' warhe says: It Is not just disagreeable Is that war can n.
- ,
?; oJ;
not just wrong, not just with bullets but 'ml\ \'
I horrible, not just expensive, but spirit of World. HT. 're.a
sin. Mr. Jones has traveled In six- human hearts Oj
j1 Why Not Win A Turkey Thanksgiving ?
; Mrs Pearce's uncle, Lem Beden- ZIFF -

hough, at the Lutheran Church ia
1 4 t t MI. Lain 1'ln.. I.eNt l.. <'i'rrr.u.d

} kryc.cir I Columbia'noon. County last Sunday after Lewis-Ittt- Y

+ i Mrs. L. A. Davis Mrs. A. Z. Ad- A marriage of much interest I

Ar "' 1: ;= ; ,: ADDRESS ALL ANSWERS kins, Mis., J. W. White, Mrs. A. friends: in this part of the sit

44 THE BRADFORD COUNTY 1It; ; Wood, Miss Amelia and Miss Olive uni that of Miss Zilphla fil
lay: all of Starke, have recently daughter Mr. and Mrs. P D pi

been visiting here. > Purvis William Lewis. son [
; a TELEGRAPH WILL GIVE fatal) "TURKOLOGY EDITOR"i Colsie Rigdon. Miss Hazel Phillips -...'. P id Mrs J. W Lewisof l Bro,L

: Marvin Williams and Miss\ -', v.hl..h:: was! solemnized Sum]
A BIG, FAT TURKEY A' Geraldine Hall visited Miss Hall's tfternoon, November T at
uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. A. P. come of the bn,lc's brother W

;1 a FOR THANKSGIVING. YOU Bradford County Telegraph Stringer of High Springs. lay in: Hlnesville, (;a. The pJ
W R. Jackson who has been J. ?, Awards: of Willie Oa c{

CAN WIN IT IF YOU TRY. < Starke Florida spending a few days with his famIly ducted the ceremony which i II
here! has retuined his Pc med'
to placeof pet < ia the present of I
employment at1'est Lake I larce: ; number of friends and r.1
Walci. t lives.Hi..

t rs I, '11 3 3I RLSINC'Ulss '. and Mrs. Lewis )p he I Ion

to their friends "n >30;: P
ii' : RULES OF THE CONTEST ":ilmt ..<.wie. 19rreapoiuieui Street;; Jacksonville Mr,, Lewiirmij'oveJ

is I ;IIJIJ HERE IS HOW YOU DO IT I Mt. and Mrs. Dunlon DeLency' any there by the They Bus have Motel m'rlenda t"

l1 Any person litlnK In Bradford County IH eligible .r and daughtei. Girlie, of Aubuin- I wishing them mien hisess.

y4 to enter the! context and the first one to bring or D Each: Space Below llri.rptrntH "Some Firm And All dale visited :Mr. and Mrs E. c.1 : : .

I l 1 mull the correct. nnnwer, or nearest correct, to the tau hue to On IH to Take the Disarranged Letters I Lewis over them week-end They I .
Bradford County Telegraph will ivln a big, fat tur- In, Each Space ,\Arrange) Them to Spell the were accompanied home by Misses The United States department:I Igilcultuie
} I r kr>. In order to be fair to our Bulwrlberc who get 1\i"me Corifttl.. v. The First One to Mull Or Bring; Vera Lee and Edna Lewis I I estimates the ins,.-
P9 their Hipcr| through the mail, no answer will beroiiHitleivd ThH .(.orr..t or Nt'arl'.t ('orft' dip from any one I busing| a ropy of the Tele- Telegraphill Win A Rig Fat Turke>'. You Can Springs was recently the dinner rops produced
graph( In our office .before 6 o'clock Thurwla, No- I HB Tbl.d.rtl..mpllt Or A !Separate" Sheet of guest of Mr.' and Mrs Ruby Crosby -
} 1 (, i vemlM-r 18. In case of tie neatness Hill count. The Paper, Fur "ou.n"wl'r.. OET t'P MdllTs, *
g'' } TrIeKruth| IM Hole judge of the renult. Miss Elna Conner spent Saturday FLUSH KJD1iEniIT"
I
,
rtF' night with Mlsa Melva Junlpel oil tuclui. I It>nvfu M
this' Blmplu test If ininxiiHi i
; Nti by. I II regular, Smarts ni but nt liu>i
;* I Mrs E. E. Taylor or crOS.1 I 'I I M I, ya sent urn desire.It..oocleh| gel up ciiislni nlithti ,r ill 11

ti was recently the dinner Use. juniper ail Uihi .tI1t.dC
I Into Mtt b.* |p,"HIHnkttH ,
Mr and Mis Wilton Conner, r to fiiinli, the knli," t
Mi. and Mra L. L. Conner were I yon \\0llll, use curb'

it{ 111(1 (',\S'T TAKK A K1IK UllllOl'T: THISADEFGGGILLNOOOSU nt1i: HUMOI: II FKKLINGSACEENPRRST' COLDK: \\II.L UAICM MtV. HOT \\ "!; COOL visiting Mr, and Mrs. Ruby'Crosby tioubluHontevate the 1"w..I., ) help amAMC nut'

Sunday, j I ) any druffirlft fat' I
VOIf <,f ItukpiH. local!)" .it
Mis Gladys Edwards end little
the Kvxall Drug :*tot
I SOIl.rayne, were visiting her patents |
f Mr und\ Mis. Walter Under-'
; 1 ] Send r" four 1(0,1.Ili, I'Ilni",
AAABCDDDEFHOORRRRW.IF hill Sunday j
-- for Ue\eol'lllt'n.! .. One d.lII', ,
F\1E TRUN"I .XT.\L lee und first c'1-i.-.s \\orl.. /uinr.ij: '
TAVARES.An imitation locomotive (fed.vt iniike nil.,iri'iiii'nN/( <
to I htl1Inchl'I.! .he 111 :a trig
belonging to the Sanford
post of the Ametlcan Legion collided (''rUR.1L'INF.'S, \\ME1'

with truck during Armistice!
IF \'tH' POVT I.IKK: TO 4 OOK \\IIV BOTHKK K\KlilTIIIN; : ) I'OU .
- Fj, TUB "I\.NEK M VN1AEEENNORSSTUW lll' siiori.i) SEE; : 1'SIi01'PD: TILKSGIS'1AGy : Day ceiemonies here, killing one
t( man and injuring two others. The

,I dead l man was a Negro known as ME STAY
Parker. The engine; built on an

h AABCEEFGLMNOOORSS automobile chassis, was operated
Ii ; ')by; James C. Muse, who was pain HOME FRO?
fully cut and bruised. A negro

IKNRSSSTU'I named Joe Williams of UmatilU

I suffered a fractured skull. WORK ?

VOIHKOF tppi.1C %'I'in? t
l FOR 'I'IT 1)1:Fl)
NO CM K. HEIJR. THIS IS TOO KSY't: WONT I1KLF: 1OI ON THIS. TOO KSVACEFHINORRRTTUU UK IIF.M101' Kf.KPHT; ': ; <.. lea:
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S, I of Tux I Vi,'tlfli-ilU' .No.;. 2H6. IHHIIHI, tlu'I
b I :I.t I d lay of AUKIISI A. Ij ltd I ; ,box. .
| filed mime In my office anil him
: I mail, i 1I1..lh..II. lun fur" a tax AACCCLOO I be .
liit'd
AACCEEIKMNOPRSTYI.IKK Ihnr'nnI braid it'ttfli M*
: embiaiHH' the follow luff ""H( ri)>..>rlIHtipiMiv BAYfR ASPIRIN fASHEADACHI
e In tin"' I C'"ullly of Mindful. .d..
I .siuf* of rioriili, tn-nlt. ;:
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I Smtlon 17 ., 'ushlp I| 8
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The aKHe.ftnent of I lh*. HUM prop,
erly mul' .*>r tliv Huid ttitin" 'ntn(. )Hfttiil. I IN Afh11NU1E
i TO ?"IJOW.N BY wan in I the naint' tf J. :.M .
: SING THE OLDII' UK II.1iOl'IIEU "K"U: NEED A !SHEET on nnunSH I.OF. A LITTLE RFTYAAAABDEF1KKLNORRSH 1 1 ubv'
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d..eni'.*d a., i ", d litii to lau', i b*. i hi'i-
t'tj fltv, ,K-fi I ll.lul 1 tbi-irln, Mill "lie Mold
S to the highest MililMi, ut tbt* fi>tiit
h nil no itnor.o'l lh> flrnt' Mindiv' ': In 7
t: HIM I liiinilh' '' i.r r l>fi...inljci.,, 1917 I : uhlch,
e AAEEIKLLMRSSnV EKKNOORRYZ IH. "u A.hny\ of !J" pnil.fi, 11T7
I bated. 1 thin Ut, it.,i.v nt :NiiM-inlier; ,
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,; Ol'K NAME: ('O'LU START WITH "K" BUT: i aches if you >tf "
p !sit: : 0\Y OI-LK. WISH lot II.\)) WHAT SIT DOWN STRIKERS! WHY NOT BE Sentinelsvof is with Haycr Aspirin. star)

The instant the pain
I ,J', I I i DOESN'T \\ K !SELL ('Oy1FO1tT.ARLEI.? I II 'Health simply take 2 Bayer tablet Lsmi"y'' ni'la 1 1a
half class: of water ]
I Doa't I
Neglect Them tN. few minutes relief nrnvfJ
.,ur. itritn4" the kldn y. tn do a "-au
I :fnrypdu| > lob Thi-lr link la I la Imp tli+ LeBuserthcbldsine( rI4. >
Aowlni blood strum fro of an MOOT of
lode ImpurltlM. 1'h. act of living-(./. seconds *'> ,(Ci 1
ttml/-' l la relief nom
1 con.lnntlprodulng .u,. w ork of almost
1 >" .tbro llj' Wn.v. meat rvmov froim,
i lb. : ,r.food: health l> to ondura. after taking.It L,mlisl
When lh. kidn.y., tail to function M coats only 2i' or Sr ,
Nature Inundwl, th... l la retention ol headaches -aII \*
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I .... that may rauaa fcody-wlda din P
the economy
I trm. On* may .ulT.r' new
: : ;\ : ; ; : ; : : : ; ; ..... :)) "SPOT I penlat.nt haadach.attarka nag ling of backache dm.in.I .. only 23 cents fur -*
II letting up nlghta. awalllnf pulnnaaaund.r about 11 apiece. ,limjmost ;
; : ;\ I the
: <>ea-fart tir dn.nou..Y: lo get '<
worn out. Make sure 'Ie
I Fr.qu.nl. Mnty or a> by insisting on / IaycrAsp.r.a.
nb.mt'J s.
may. b. fuftl.tr; / :dn.y.p '
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bl> liter dlaturbann. /

\ la a Tha dlurotlc ncoiniud: .mdieina: :, and to pro h.lp r tha traatnunt kidn.y
.'t rid of ..... poisonous body......
tJ. ?00"'. f'- TII.y h"v had man
than forty vaara of publicspproval.' Ara
ndora.il tn* country over luaat M : 7
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-- -- R.-! KKIU\Y. NOYK.MBKK; 19 1047 -. NUMIIKH TEN
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'I..U'F GYM NEED STRESSEDThe

'I'OR-I-J."HIEP': > pupils keep saying to each CHAPEL HELD ON LIFE' OF I JUNIOR PLAY Society BOOK DRIVE
; til.AI)\ S KAH.MK:
:
'V-IH.N-CK3: : PEEK other, "when are we going to get ARMISTICE DAY
NETS CLASS $65 ON THIS WEEKP.
T'" ''I' I"TlITon.IN-CIUEP'' that new gym, we have heard! BO Gladys. R.ihme wits born atl I Knza: Weaver was visiting In Or-
AS"I ., :::,' BENSON much about?" Hampton, Florida November 16,1
Program In Oh..1'\l .'. Of I lando Sanlay.BeUy +
c,,,'PTY' KDITOTC We are sure the reason we huve 11 th Special! Preparedl 1920 where she. spent the first two I Large 'Audience" flews "I"'I/h/ Jo Webb was visiting in T. A To Award Room

J p.t111IL's! (DOT) BISHOP not already gotten it Is because the Principal pray' ; years of her life. She Is the St'I I ( 10\\, FridayMKht Live Oak Sunday Securing: Most Hooks

pORTS! EDITOR pEople of the county do not realize and! daughter of Mr. and Mrs Cf;: Wilier Map Thornton was In For IJhmryla

1 HILL PLUMMBR how much It is needed. A most \\' Hah me. Keystone Sunday,
i
inspiring> and enjoyable
,
the Junior ,
Friday night, play
!ITFI\RY EDITOR The spoils in our school have Armistice program was given in Gladys moved to Plant City Fla., Mrs. U. Perkins went shopping In
WANNING been "Laugh Clown" was presented! to connection with book week
limited
xLI..u; very much. Basketball chapel Friday morning which was in 1I22.! She lived there four years Jacksonville Saturday.
a large audience in the B. H. S.auditorium. the P. T. A. la contest to
having a !
K.KKI.DNA. EDITOR Is the most popular at the present prepared by Principal Leon A. and then moved back to Hampton, Marion and! Helen Dowling: were
off
PEARCBlvMtj The went
.1 i : time We only have one court Gmy. where. she continued through the play visiting in Jacksonville Slit lrtay! secure more books for the library.
.
.1J '' MllUAM REPORTER OUT which Is located outside of the J'he program was begun by an eighth grade. She Is now one of smoothly- Dow ling and, twins was ,much Marion enjoyed.The and Loral Bennett was visiting In The room bringing the most books

J building without any protection Impressive flag salute, and at that the seniors of the class of 193S. Helen did, neveml exceptionallygood ; Jacksonville !Saturday" provided they are books suitable _

from the weather This is a handicap time "Taps" was played by Anthony The things she likes are namely numbers between the fh'stand Gene Long was a visitor to Jacksonville for a high school library will receive -
EDITORIALScoS(11 to the of the because
players team

! Baker on his bugle. 1 : dancing skating, moonlight second acts and little Joan Sunday a, prize. So far the 10U

,( t.lt \it-'R:( WEAKNESS!' after they have )practiced The assembly then sling with strolls, good,I picture shows, good Carpenter sang and danced after 'I''!'I'B"h Long was viiilltng I in Stroke: homeroom la in the lead.
( every day getting ready for a big I
I great enthusiasm our national anthem books hoiscback riding, (I..hlng.camping the second net. Between the first The P. T. A. in also making a

-I II \011 must conquer you weak- game Is in a flood condition comes and be the court "Am"liI'a.Jr: Gray followed and boys. She dislikes and second scenes of the last act Among those attending the Flor-' canvas of the town for donations
to
l'jH they will conquer you." no played on. the sung by reading a mont smoking drinking, Kngllsh: and the president of the Junior class, | Idu-Clemson game In Gainesville to school and has
ntS This Is why the pupils of Brad our library pro-
to conquer JJ9SBB nlfe Hulling poem history. .. Saturday; were:
: >1 Jacobs -
TIle time ford High School would l like A Z Adkins presented miMed the library a sot of Harvard,
so I
I cnvee IB nil soon as you tind that much to have Miss Kennedy's sixth, grade, gave Gladys Is a Kill\ I of about five feet director of the play with u Do..hllSmith.. I'tlnl1': 'ILI'Cl', classics.We .

,-au have one Perhaps It Is onlyiighlly a new gym. a very good pageant with the flag in height weighs about. 120 pounds gift\ to express their appreciation, Fiances Peek, Miriam Guy Harriet -
We that all the has of old
hope citizens of know lots
;;'1 noticeable) but the pieacnt i.s a background. Hb"rta'hlt- and may be recognized by her After the play the cast and their t Bishop, Junior Adkins, John everyone
: to tti Bradford County will do all they field dressed In white Torode, Karnent 1>Dowlmg 1 Kemmer books that they will never read
is the lime b..gln con.tlilk a dress" with friendly) smiles diites hold an informal. party ut the \
can to help us supply this need, forour 1 again that our library needs, and,
will increase and red(I and blue- trimming lead Phillips and Vernon Sllcox.Hairlet .
olllrit ,r it glow an aitlclo As .it senior class we wish her Adkins' cottage on Klngsley LakeThe

,-tllll will have complete) control school. on the happiness and, joy that gioai" uccess In her future life. ,doorman reported $';i5 made and Marjorie! Benson visited that the students will enjoy read-

orer YOIl. Once this Is dune then .IJoHhU !Smith went through the United! States By Evelyn Cranny. on the play This fact made Junla's in Gainesville Sunday Ing.ELEMENTARY. I
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ill too late to say you can't help rorifiii
t For It would be much more dif- t then the entile audience, sang, 1.1 PK OF done
Arabia and
to conquer It If Indeed it are studying my Keep the Home Files Burning." .. .
,cult JXMKXII.I.IM: ; NORMAN: --- -- -
how interesting it la! The
_,,ulJ he conquered- conquertour fault the boys find with this coun-only Colette Green, floe Mrs. Ant'ews' An ambitious!' and prorv.isincr 'Berry Band Makes : ECHOES 1 I

weaknesses before they con- !l filth grade! lend a piece on, member of the senior class of 1S.-37 a
try is that there are no I livers and "
qJer rOil 'The :Meaning of Armistice. Is James William Norman who was Radio BroadcastProgram _
"how do
they about a
-.._-- -- manage All'!!. Biggs' third glade gave a horn on the cold winter of Jan.
day
swlmmln' hole ?" I SIXTH <;RAI)K )MAKES: nUI.XI : SIXTH 41KAUK KI.KCT': NtWOFl"I'r.U'i :
FOR TIIKEKK short kit of "Ainii.slice
mlT :
TII(11() Day 3, 1910. When he was but threemonths Brings/ An Admiring/
We are teaming to take notes as The wan concluded, I ;.MlllAL !
program by old misfoitune came along Fun Letter From
1 I. Silence/ a true friend, whoever our teacher read interesting facts I
all
singing the ever popular old 1 and 1 took with her both of his patents Cio'orJ'h '
betrays.Confucius.. and stories from reference and va- war songs. Our room has been drawing tto- 1 rC.avbltn..ld Kkntrd1'rmidrnt
leaving James with hisgt'andpaients -
2. Genius it only a very great tious !library bonks. This Is fun Four of the American Legionmen i I man pictures. Last week we deI By v !,
Mr. and :Mrs. ,1. E. The popular Strawberry Stl'lngn.lnj
paclty for taking: pains. even if we do get tired of writing were present, and, stood at attention Norman. At the age of five tie broadcasted over station I elded to make a mural of Home, (11M.. '

3. Responsibility walks hand in at times. When we finish these while the entire audience started his education at Rising WRUF In Gainesville last Tuesday |'i The pictures that have been finished -
d with capacity and will and make 1 Some of the Last Tuesday the class decided
power we rewrite them n observed a few minutes of silence where. he went for seven years. In from four till four-thirty. are very pretty.
4. It is Having, not Retting:, that booklet about this count ry. in memory of the dead soldiers 1933 ho started | things\ that arc on the mural are a to elect new officers every two
to school at B. H. ,
The members that
u the mother of riches.Sir Waiter Rev played are! I chariot race, an old palace, a Ko- months. The ones who were elected -
nensonvho has server! Shepherd, of the
Mr. as pastor S, where he studied for two years.At Vera Butler Melba Moody, Ferol I'
Scott, U. S. N. In the of Baptist' Church dismissed the man rod, temple and an aqueduct are as follows:
Lt. Convlr.
navy assembly the age of 15 he began to roam Jones, Grace Dew Bruner Maker,
5 Let every action be directed the 11'orld War, has been over in with prayer. and next landed at Juk.Vnles.. linker and Ecarnest i The class meeting was called toI Pre.ldent-: Robert Whltfield.

|lo Kimc definite object, and )perfect Arabia. no he came down and told .. when hp stayed one year. During Tracy Boyd. I order by our !new president\ Ko- Vice PresidentCharles Jones.
|,tlwsy. Marcus Angelina. Walnwilght is the manager of I bel VV'hitfleld on November 12 Sewell.
he SCHOOL"HONOR Secretary, Virginia
us about some of the things HIGH that time he completed the tenth I
... -- the band, and Is to he commendedfor I Evelyn Hall, who Is the housekeeping ReporterMary Joe Caldwell.
saw and some of his experienceswhile grade. In 1B3U he glow' homesick
fl\E EDITION: OF 4iOOD ROLL for his untiring work in making >: chairman changed! several Helper-Marjorie Davl.s.HniiaHceeping '!.
When
there. he goes again, Stance again and moved hack '
PAPER: the bund a success. We hope that j of her
; helpers. They were changed Chairman Evelyn

he Is going to ask us to go along. theirHoie he completed the eleventh '
we will hear more from this band '
follows Muriel Crawford
as : Hall.
Your Edition We hope he begins thin famous' TuHlth Gristle, griido"
Anniversary was a
In the future
Journey before real cold weather! I Pauline Rosier Bill Plummet', Desk inspector, Margaret String- Helpers Konnlwashers, Ruth
iplondid! piece of journalism. You On Feb 21, 1937 James' !' enrollod I
te i to he congratulated on the Mr. Gray, who also served as : H.i/.cl Moore, Han'lot HI"hop.Iel: ,I for the CCC 'amp. On April The following letter was receivedby I| fellow and Margaret Lennon, Fraser : Powell and Muriel Crawford.
Field In the lie !Silcox" Edith: WRUF from an admirer of theband dusters, and Frances Utlffis, Desk .
1st. Lt. Holllngswoi
koik of every member of your Artillery I Ii he was enlisted for six months of duster -. Inspector- Fay Yarbioiigh.

wr. The makeup was especially World War, bought some famous Cal'ol'hIIC, Geraldine1 Morgan, camp in Roxbury Va. While in in Georgia: | room .. Eraser Ituster Anthony Baker
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oat Seldom do towns of our size hand paintings of Alvarez, a Spanish Beatrice Casscl.s, Lillian Stump camp lie- was forestry clerk At Valdosta, Ga. Duster- -Ovlcdo Thomas.
I'MTH (iKAOK: XKUSWe :
I
such Mediterranean Edmund: Galloway, Vernie Phillips, the end of 10V.' GOI'don St., Floor
lave a good news sheet. We Artist en the three months Staike began InspectorJoe English

|should!
The school faculty and pupils and painted sunset scenes. These his Sapp, Mildred Sapp, Sidney home on July I. He then Radio Station WRUF, I days in a row, but they (jot it Window Washer--W. A. Saxon.

auk; you for the good paper and pictures are unusually blight in I Shuford, Edna;; Pearce, Frances wont to Lake Wales and worked Gainesville, Flu. back on us. The last two days wei First Aid ChairmanBetty Ruth

|!Uw 200 copies you gave us to eend their sunsets and the artist has 'Peek. there two months. Gentlemen: i have been the dirtiest, but we arc Anders

home to parents who do not sub- been severely criticized for this. He Kle\enth irate James dislikes English and Have just heard the Bradford I trying to do better. We had another Flower Chairman gar "'U-

scribe. We would like to see the has been accused of exaggerating Jewett Fogg, Van Futch, Sidney geometry He likes chemistry and County Strawberry String Hand program this week. Every kerson.Helpers.

paper In every home.J. its beauty but he aid he couldn'teven Grlffis, Andrew Redding, James history and Is very fond of huntIng and must that budy Is worrying about the typhoid Anthony Baker and

II Benson Principal. give justice in paintings. So Sewell, Geoige Silcox, Lloyd \VIII fishing, and playing basket one of the nay best they; put people's'over 'I shots. We are going to have ours Margaret Stringfellow. a

we are very glad to have such Impressive -I kerson, Mary Kilwards, Clara ball. string Instrument young programs, I've I In a few minutes People alwaysget Plant Chairmun- Geneva Rig- _

I'ICUI.UAS.. El\IBLY: pictures, with this signifi- Flume Lorraine Hart man, Murzie James I.s well liked by all his ever heard. |I nervous when they have Hhotfl. .lon.
Howard l. Juanita McKenzie, Ruth We have been making and selling
cance, on our geography board. classmates because of his friendly Bulletin Board Chairman Joe
'The! Primary Department celebrated They relLlly1..' us the beauty of Murihee, Edith Rowe, Doris Silcox manner and pleasing personal I have always enjoyed T.he programs randy this week to get enough\ I ngllsll. t

Aimistice, Day with a pro- the deceits at sunset Doshia :Smith: Peggy Stanley, Bertha ity. Due to his looks he hits. attracted on your station especiallythe I money to buy some new books for HelperOlin White.Program .
|{isra In the auditorium Wednes- Taylor Hazel Thomas Louise the attention of Ilittle Orange Grove String Band but :!! our library.
We welcome Klbeit: Bile Thorn Chairman Marjorie
Jay.' Warren, :Martha Wells, Ella Mae light complexioned brown haired the Stiawberry String Han 's pro- By Hernard Jordan
ton into Davis.
our loom.
'America' Siipp, Lorcna Rosier Jo glum, this afternoon was the best, Teacher Miss Hfnsnn.
Betty from
was sung followed! by glil New River ,
Mrs. Teacher.
Lnzenby helper Olin White.
saluting the Patriotic Webb. I since there was very choir reception __ A-_ _
Flag songs I Mildred Sapp. -- --
--- --- Library Chairman-John Kin-
|acre then sung. The Lord's Pray- (I.KA.MN: ('I' Tenth tirade -. with hut little static here I I I1C SKI: ()M) (iIC.0111' .\))!': law.

T was given in unison. The cleanest room contest Is still KMttlle Austin, Aline Austin, Team Selects Is also our hope that In the loom Is much prettier since Helpers- -Anthony Baker and

Each room then presented num- being carried on and Is proving to Emmett: Pet rymun Clara Mae future we may be fortunate ID Miss Olive sent IIH a pot plant She Francis. Griff.

era as follows: be quite iin inspiration to the H.irlcy., MaigAiet Pearce, Pauline Cheer Leaders again hear those young folks from i I| visits us often and we enjoy her Reporters .Mary Jo Caldwell,

"The Flag," June Cothran and homtlooms to keep their rooms in Jordan L. C. :Smith: .luanila Me- the High School which your an- HO much. We are learning to playin and Marjorie Davis

Glen Gelpin from Miss 1\I1<1dleton'sloom. the best condition. Gaulc>, Gladys Garrett, Geraldine Lust week the hnsketball teams nouncer mentioned- the Stniwbeiry I a melody band and we hope to

/ Last week a room winners are as Hall Bonnie Mott, Inn Mae Lewis, selected, the cheetleaders for the String Band, I mean. ;, play In an assembly program noun. Bulletin Board-- Frances------ Colley.-

"There's a Long. Long Trail", follows: Lumundu Loyal, Hugh Ingram, year They are Edna Pearce. Miriam Trusting you will be successful in Two new pupils have joined U.S. Library Luvlle Bowers. t

S from :Mrs. Roberts' room November 8, Mrs. Huby Mae Irene GOOllge'el' Gaskins Krn- Guy Vernon Silcox, and Jun- Inducing' those young folks to lender We lire glad to have them. Windows Herbert Green. i''

Reading The Flag by Marie Mc- Perkins' 9th.November. est Edwards. Inez Rosier, Cleone ior Adkins. other programs over station i I Mrs. Bitch Teacher) News Reporters Mack Futcb.

Jnney' and Vesta !Shaw" followed 9, Mrs. B. Perkins' Rdmondson., Joella Barry Herbert The cheerleaders are busy pi'noticing WRUF within the near future, Ii! unit 1 Lyle Anderson

rya song 'Armistice Day" in Miss 8th grade. Clovei settle. Owen McRae, Demp- new yells with the help of am i SKi'UMI; CiJ .\!>K NIWS: I We also discusm-d. library books.Wu ,

logsed room November 10, Miss Stumps' soy S.ipp, Leland Sponholtz, Juan Kena Mae Cutshaw and! are learning Yours very cOI'dlally.Ivun We have already, finished our need fifty or more books The

Song -Beautiful Katy" Boys and 12th Ito Barefoot, Loral Bennett, Dorothy the motions that go with the L. Kelly. Health Woikbooks and expect to following/*, pnpilH have brought r'

Girls In Mis. Ritch'a room November 11, M i's. Ruby Mae I'roshy, GI'aceDew., Marlon yells. - -.- -- start on another one real soon. liookn:

Four Girls from Miss Lllley's Perkins'. 9th.November. DowlingNettie! Dow-ling Frankie The girls ale going to wear B. H. S. TO ENTER We have an A. H. C. Club In our Mack Futch, 4 books; OleetaOrwn.

"wmpieHrnted! a short reading on 12, Mrs Howard's Gay, Grace Green, Caudle Hazen, white culloles and sweaters with a ,j room. Can you guess what thane 3 books; Lyle Anderson 3

EACE, :Mr. Gray then gave a 5th grade. Jenelle HutUiings, Doris Crews led and black "B" on their su.p.it.eis ----. FLA. STATE FAIR a Initials stand for? CUCSH we will hooks; Edna Mae Aloseley 3 books.

talk on [Peace bringing his remarks --_ ..-- :Ninth tirade and the boys are going to wear -. have to tell you; "Always Be Cure We have been studying the

within the scope of the 1n- To make sure that the surface Bobby Ford, Hilly Griffis, :Mabel white pants' and sweaters and a K\en: '!, Take riaci 1 ful." We have ,rule for our dub, "Days of King Arthur" In KnfcllHli. : -

tllliKence of the little tots, making coating of reflectors In I the headlamps Johnson, Carolyn Keen, Leitha. Laventlar red and I black "B" on their sweaters In Tampa! Feb toe We enjoyed' very much J
pie-
I deep impression on them.Ctah of one low-priced automobile Sam Simpson Leonard too. 4 to 10 I'i We like to sing In our" room. Least ending, that wo were "Pages.

.. I Is a layer of pure silver and Is up Smith, Iris CI'eJ'el'lIl, Jones, We feel mire!' that we are going (I week we leal'nod many war sungs TeiirherMr. Howard. +

hit five mountain peaks ,I| to the specifications, chemists strip ,, :Martha :Mathews Gayle Sewell to have a very successful busker Bradford County High School I Is Kitty !llngst-d, Teacher. ReporterMack Futch.

more:l q! m m.oOO feet above sea> off the. reflector with nitro-sul- Ruby :Silcox: Louise Stern, Mary ball season this year, and with 1'lunlllnl11I1:' entering I the Florida --?_._-- --- .A- ____-- --- -.-. --- Jt,

v.1. I phurlc acid and! test it. Townsend.!' Bonnie Turner Perry these pfppy cheerleaders" leadingthe State Fair this year. i '''HICK*: A \< :\\ lit tho United States alone there i
:::::----- I students In yells to The Floiklit, State Fair will take
Cinmey. encouragethe 1
We have begun rftudy of the are some 200 species and mib-npe- ?
Kiuhtli: / Grande j teams wean't help but win place at Tampa. February 4. 1D3S f
BOREE FUNERAL HOME Indians. The first group I.H the cleH of the finch family. r
Allen all our games. and will JIJ41untIJ 10. I
p.'nos: Hayes Mae Paiker, Joe/ February A ,
Seminole who lives In our I -- < r'
veryown J
Full lino of Casket I'mlertnker >uppll-" Lander, Berllce Silcox, Buddy, Schools from all over the Stale si a to. Weddings arc banned in A'l'!

AMBULANCE SER1'lCl. Davis, Carrie Bell Bennett Othma George Flynn Richard- Jackson r will have displays of manuel arts. We have drawn bowls/ and water Saints Church aurnard, lafo of

DAY ANO NIGHT llayne-s, Rivers Hundley! MargieMathcws HIl'harti'o'klwdrl[ Shirley Colley, There! will be approximately twen- 'I Jars and! decorated them with Indian Wright

53: HONE 53 Shl'ley1"I'Ian.: Cattle Doris Alai Gaffney, AlvPI tine ty-five I thousand displays from symbols. I I

O, II. BENNETT, \Ir. Pare, Geraldine Silcox.eenlh Johnson Dorothy Lee Johns Violet schools nil over the State. i One afternoon

:.... ".\ MO.MK-UKK: INSTITUTION" :> liraJo I Johnson Velvihree Keen, Km her* In order for Bradford High ouch other through we Indian talked with 01..0 MATTUESoIESI.U": : ',
signInnguecge NP\V !(<-Kir School
to
Joe An l'ews.'llIIltm Baker Ine Kinluw win first prize they must ,
.
Thin
caused us qmto a New a'aUr.11141.: tu order
-- have a first class display r>f Fnir- .
merry time Let us) convert your old mat
IIsh work such as books- amiconiponitlons.
scrap !Mrs. Higgs, Teacher. tress into new typO inner vprlngmattretui.
In the history departrnrnt .. .
I --- --..------ Our prices aro reai
they must have a first IKIII G1t.tHE; NESTS; eonable. SatlHf..r.1I1111 i Guaran-
class display' of and .. ..
essays arts of : t. ). a
OnlonIIlY our class meeting
famous rm-ri. In the Industrial' ,
J was called to order by our Prell- Quick Service
Geography!.: department they mast : ,
WHATWHEREWHY&Mesi dent Mack Kutch. The
have a first class display of drawn I| ,officers were elected for following November Mattress Company

maps Indicating the loading products ,, | : rurtory: SKI I'.irk St.,

of each country. In the \CKS: <>NVII.I.K.: I.....\. i
President Hubby JUj s.Vic..Pr..ldtl1t .
mathematical department they { \\', rail for and. dell\er; just
Carl .
should have neat work book and CrurnpliTSec. drop UM n card.
and Troim. Oleeta. Green.

papers. (I'',...-- t1
If Bradford County High School

OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA will cooperate in this work I am .KT TIIK MOST; OUT OK YOUR MOTOR ttllll
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-- sure we will win first prize

11RlNK: : LET US GI\E VOl'It PLV.'I: / r .\ ii i N i: T \\' o R K .-- KOOL MOTORH

A TIIORor! HOL>B F. C. Hollingsworth "'('''SI1 KB KKPAHU.NU: 'UI'n'fll OKAIIK ;NKUS
A N m OILS
.. CI.B:.\.M.VO I rIiL rF.KIN Mary Alice Yarbrough had a ; .'1t: ST.VIIONH I.V KICADFOKI CXYUNTY ARE: .\\ttl'K

J. L. Simmons Hog And HominyFARMS birthday last Friday. She had a'' KEItVICK WITH A COMinJCTK: : LINK': OF.

EDDIE HARTMAN arty at home In! the afternoon CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS

I Plumber Billy Oveistreet's birthday was on I
I'llONE 33Stern's TIIK: NKXT: TMIK': VOI7K MOTOR UIINH HOT, nET THAT
In Slerllled HnttleftTl _.....T .._ Saturday. KOOI-MOIOIC UASOMNK': FROM ONE OF 'IIIKMO: F
< Mr. L. II. Geiger visited us 1'1. STATIONS: JOHN KOOKKS a-.lltr\llln. Road)

Pause That i Refreshes THIS SPACE Denmark day morning. Kitty's -- Dad Penders 13-28

Garage Son of the pup'ls brought some

1T ARE FOR RENT autumn leaves to our room. West End Sta. Harrison's (Brooker) i
Co I R.'\DIOSOOODKICH
Furniture /EMTH
l'IlE 1 Some of our pupils were not eo
.C1tIPTIOS TO THE
VOUR :MEHS-AGE D. E. ROBERTS; Agent i
TU.ES--TlBES:
EXPERTS We Are Rebelling! New well pleased with their report cards
Illl.\ll OKI! AM UNION COUNTIES i,
CARPENTER'S I''nul'lLI.. BKIXORESULTS \ Stork Every Day: Be Sure to highest: Quiilitj'-:I. weit I'riomH.VSV last month and have decided to try \\OKTIIINOTON HPRINOSI '

THE: See It Before Von Buy PAYMENTS I to do better this month.

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I"\G" FOUR 'RRADFOR&COUNTY' TELEGRAP1i:: STAICKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, (),'y.'mrlt: ,

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I II \u; W. M. S. Elect Officers I Dr. Cason Addresses Sharon Hall Celebrates Special Music to Be Heard At I c-I.I&I: '" llrnn.>_
l I Q : I "Klnrke,
1 : For Coming Year ,( Woman's Club Eighth BirthdaySharon Methodist Church SundayMrs. lloport of UIR Kin!d. u, r'
r-niirt i In ""1"I'' H/;, ,/, ."' :in,
II Society Club met Wednesday Hall was'entertained witha A. Z. Adklns leader of the : Florida. on Hrpuiint '"
Ii J 3ocicty.IJ TheVomlln'" Missionary -|I The Woman's 'dor. I the o ...
i ; afternoon choir of the Methodist Church has jmrvti
: of the Methodist Church held a afternoon November 10, In the birthday patty Tuesday (.' '
devotional and business meeting :i club auditorium and put on a program irom 3:30: until :5 o'clock at announced that special music will InG '., 't H'I
Mr. and be given by the choir at the Sun- ,I'Pr. ( u'.IF 1'nqq
Monday afternoon In the Educational of varied interests, including the home of her parents I nallll1" pup I :
t, 1'1'' : Building, with Mrs. A.. Wood I I un address by Dr, T. Z. Cason ofI Mrs. A. H. Hall. Sharon celebrated day morning sera ce' The members Hv Tux 1'1111.. for, |II'' ..

: Ii : !+ Book Club Has Mrs Chapman Will Head presiding. I I Jacksonville. her eighth birthday anniversary of the ,choirs-will be vested To My mount llnlaiiftt, coiuii dun. ., ,! :,t\
I ;, and will sing two anthems Plse .
they .
ofI at this time. l"" .-..... "
I Sectiori of Woman's ClubAt Mrs. Pearl Simpson conducted Mrs J. II. Benson, chairman To HnlHic. duo,
/
j Interesting Meeting flowers used In decor- "I'll Praise the Lord" by E. S. Lorenz -
Fall were I .
lIy Tux
I in Kiilf ,
roe a
",t tho devotional service and lead ex music, presented a program l 19:11:
t I S L "f'' The Book Club held its regular the annual meeting" ; of s.!-c- tracts from The Radiant Heart" .I which children from the primary ating and the Thanksgiving Idea and" "A Good! Thing to Give. To llv ninoinit llalHiife sotto iinllv ..>, l i. tI n.onnly 1x1.\

'" ; I 1" meeting Tuesday night at 7:30: tlon four of the Florida Federationof after which the Society held u bun- department of 13. 11. S. took part. was carried out In every detail. Thanks by John J. Thomas (, Head and ardae!
: o'clock in the home of Sir. and Mrs. I first number was the Rhythm I The beautiful birthday cake was The members ate as follows!: sopranos Tn n la ltrr pine
held in incas session. The
Clubs Orange
:':Ij{ ?fit 1'6; Women's Tax :Kiilp; fin" I in!(;., 1
accompaniment bilked and decorated by Sharon'saunt : Sirs. A. Z. Adklns, Mrs. J, Ifv amount' rolipitpfl l 'a 1
b I' I:; I r L. D. Vining. Palk Monday, Mrs. L. P. Chapmanof The nominating committee, composed I Band with piano To ll.iliitn-x ;0-,
Miss Edna Hutto. Holding H. Benson, Mis. J. W. Kincald, and flueeouur
'
i i \I'' Beautiful arrangements of glad- the Starke Woman's Club waselected of Miss Olive Hay Mrs H. I by Mrs. H. Clfiton Brown. Billy I ;: Krhuul I'''I*!,
the "
eight burning pink candles Sirs. R. F. Demorest altos Mrs Tn Balance "mlllv
i fij f Benson amt Marion Brown sang a ; : rt'pin
:, ,: loll, roses and chrysanthemums B. McLendon and Mrs. Carrie ..
1 If: > sectional vice pre"ldt'nl.1 Tax Mule :
of for
center
the u 111:11
'. followed little cake was placed in N. D. Wainwright Jr., Mrs. Jim :;
'f" used in the home duet and were by fly I ITo
,
were making Hitch, reported the following officers amount ((.11..1'1| | 1
I : '1 t; : more attractive for this mt-etlng. and Mrs. L. A. Davis was appointed were nominated/ for next year: Joan Carpenter giving a tap dance. large table and was surounded by Hitch Mrs. D. E. Knight, Mrs. K. "I'u I 111111111.! .l. p1'\\11" cu,t

1'm I I Yellow and red candles added further conservation chairman. President. Mrs. W. A. Fischer; The business." session was presided the many lovely gifts presentedSharon K. Perry man, and Mrs. H. B. Mc- Ilalanon(dun''''"CF "'..lIn'
Mrs D. P. Carpenter was askedto by her friends. Lendon Jim Ritch and liy .. .G
tenors: R. Hinount ,
over by the president Mrs. ; ioli itcil
the and
I charm to
tt living dining Vice-piesident, Mrs T. J, Griffin; 'J'., Iliilani-f. iiini .\
\I'' i members serve on the nominating com- D. P. Carpenter. and at this time During the afternoon Marian F. Demoreht, ; bass: T. T. Long andJ. 'J
where the
room gather- recording secretary Mrs 1C. K. 'h-tfrhad, Ie'G
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:..I s ,:' ; ed. mittee for the meeting Monday and I delegates were elected to the sectional Brown sang several numbers and l H. Benson. To nal'aVu'o. phi' ,' Ire.out l, '
Pert yman; corresponding secretary lly Tux n"lv ( .
Sale .,
for I'm'
:
f \ I I Mrs. A. Z. Adkins was asked to Miss Olive Ray treasurer, meeting ai Orange Park. Joan Carpenter tap danced of- iiinoiini I rollci'iiMl. i '
In the absence of Mr. L. A Gray, ; CARD: TH.\ SHK
Mrs. Hall was assisted In serving < Tu Ha, in\'I'ota'
la
committeefor .
: serve on the courtesy Delegates elected were Mrs A. Z. lire ilui\ "
'I'I : Miss Amelia/
I ; who was scheduled to review Kay; superintendentof 1 We wish to "
fl'. I' : "Northwest Passage Miss Gertrude the day. mission study. Sirs. A. Wood; :I Adkins and Mrs L. A. Davis; alternates ice cream and cookies to the guests express our appreciation 'I'I. Itnlnnre; rni.Yrhool inn:::: Ilunurd.
J' I 1. The next annual meeting! will be superintendent of supplies, Mrs. H. I Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mrs. by her sister, Miss Hutto, and Miss for the many expressions of Tax, "Sain for 'I'l.K'! : ,, i ,4i! '
: Heering gave an extemporaneous Hannah Swindell. I II kindness and sympathy shown by I"V! iimoiint cnllerlrJ I .
Jacksonville 1,. P. The County : ?\
held in November" In South B. McLendon; chairman local work Chapman I I llaliiiifo dunAarlruhural
l' review of "The American I I I our friends during our recent beleiivemi'nt
i Those present to enjoy the afternoon ,
't Mrs. W. K. Middleton Chi'lati.msocial meeting will be held l in Lake Butler "
1 ;., I ; Language by H. L. Slencken. In ; ., ... with the honoree were: I, To Italniu dun .
y relations, Sirs. L. A. Davis; !I I on November 2i, and the "' young rev Tax\ axis /or. HI.IL; '
: ;t vj, Miss Heeling's talk she brought 1 Marion Brown Rebecca Simpson Mrs. F. 13. Johns lly nmniini
Mrs. voiicm
':(!' I 'J'' out : they creep Into our language. superintendent) of baby specials, I I gates to this meeting were Sir. To (llalaiu-f dunN p
f the fact that we Americans are II 1 Janet Anderson Mary'Weldon, Billy and Mrs It. V. Turner,
Ethel M. and Mrs E. K. .
'",,! Miss ]Kate. Stiiith. I Biggs Idow'n "',
i'il
Y 1101"
about twenty-two ,
; There were Sir. and Sirs. W. T. Rrlnson. .. "
.1:1: t l trying to adhere too closely to the Periyman; alternates, Mrs. C. A. and Betty Benson Marie andMaigaret 1' Kiiluiiff flintllv
hr.,: i I' Oxonian English: and that we members present .at this meeting. The above named! officers were I'Knight' and Mis. W. K. MiddletonIt McKinney Frankle Morgan --_.*- Tax "Sule f.n, .II'G\ < ,
:1'! i 1' The next meeting will be held at unanimously elected! to serve (during I CAKIV' CITIIANKS llv mount follt'i/ td t I ,
i I ; ; I should, break away and have our was unanimously( voted that i .MadRe Brownlee, Marjorie We wish to To llultuict duo ?"
j 1. the home of Judge and Mrs. A. Z. the year 1038. and express our sincere llollll. II fill Mil, \"
: own language. She also stated that Mrs. Hildabelle Bence be received Manning Betty Hayes, Oleata appreciation for the To Hnl.II"'n due. nup
of
",1" II I j' ,*I we should! adopt new words as Adkins. Mrs. J. W. White has served the I.1, aa. a member of the club,' Ruby Green Peggy Aim Wiggins sympathy and for the expressions beautiful' Hv llv Tax. Sale, ...fur. 'I'MI, : ,
In different for amount" ( .11.1! ,
'!'u' L ..J, Society capacities Monty Hutchins, Garnlto Hutto, "
To Ha I 111
1111' .' : I I.. i Mrs. Jeanette Kincald, chairman flowers/ given: by our friends during lire dun
q4' many years. In the early days of j Kline Green Idell Landrum Joe Road A: llrliluo' Intros, ,
of health introduced Dr. Ctisun a I our recent bereavement.
this organization, she served as MnMnu I'uud.
Ann Blocker, Barbara Keene Joan
I member of the State Tubercular Mrs L Tonuella To Halamf HUH
an DUO-THERM president for about ten years; then I I i Cat penter, Joe Ann Dinking, Lillian Hv Tax. "Sale for, 1il.il! : x. ..'
) i r Board!, as the guest speaker. As I 1 Hv amount collciieil/ I
later for three treasurer,
years us and Jean Wehle Lucile Al'varez o
Betty \U'I'U'': nf '
tlMM.H'V" 10'\ To Halaiifa dint
l identified with
1 ( ,. ll Dr. Cason has been j j' .:
and for over twenty years past has Josephine Johns, B. C. Holt- I'Oil TIIKKIk:
this work since 1919 he gave much I.Oriinfc milV4... uttNn'rh'e : )
f fj nerved as recording secretary. Mrs. valuable information in his address l- (I zendorf Marlon Harrington Billy : : IS III I,:ItJoU\ (HVI: ':N, That
j! J MODERN CRUDE OIL White asked to be relieved of her 1 and. Grace ThiRpen! Mrs. Hannah "'. A. iiirriB, holil.-r uf Tim (Vrilfl- Still Coughing?
.. >
and )
telling of the past pres- i-utv No 41 IxHiK-il I ho 21".., day.. of
t 4J:k 1 duties and Mrs E. K. Perryman ent work of the association! and of Swindell Mrs I'curl Simpson Mrs. Nrptenbnr. | .. A.. |). 1115. nan filed same No matter bow n, nitJu. ]
hi inv offlrp and nan made a,1y .1&!
nppllratloii -
elected Mrs. Nat Wil-
to in this Gladys Harrington
I was serve capa the recently completed tubercular ,]'I fur a tax, deed to be Issued! you have tried for your cough clul
HEATERSWINTER Orlando. This llama, and SI is. L. S. Hutto. p thcl-iMiti\ Hiilil. errt tlflrnti> pmlirnci'K.. cold or bronchialln'llollolI. you c.1
sanltorlum
cityBoth near '< --, _.? '._. ,.__? .?_ the following deHcrlbed property In get relief now with Crcomukioif
circles will meet ut the sunitorium has a total capacity of tilt <*"iinty if Hi'utlfi"l' be 1
q home of Mr and Mrs. T. J. Griffin Stag Supper At Lake Klurlila, to-\%-it'NorlhWHxt : may brewing! ai
f 450 beds; and! patients pay for you cannot afford to take a chan,
on Tuesday, December %he 7, and staying there according to their I I (];sonar of NuilliwpHluaiti with any remedy less potent thai
> of ;
COMFORT The Rev. Fred Yerkes was hostat r :Si-illiin 15 Township
sM1l I 'i plans will be made for the comingyear's financial ability. Dr. Cason urged T :South.; I 1111"1 KI22 Kant:. conlalnlnw Creomulslon, which goes right t]
a stag supper last Tuesday / 40 AC-IVH, ,ironur' I....... the seat of the trouble and aids nil
NO work.Marjorie .. the club to buy bonds ar :! seals when the arty under the' alil '1I ITIt, ..
campaign of Judge and Mrs A. Z. Adklns., f err ut'" I. mucous membranes and to loose]
+ FUSSNO HiiiflVIIM III 'the name" of Mm. I K It.
'r + i n Sue Middleton I opens, us all money for bonds and i! i 1>HI.M.I'nlfHH. and expel the germ-laden phlej
MUSS Bishop Frank Juhan of Jacksonville I Even If other remedies have tape,
said '
Entertains At Weiner Roast seals helps directly with the state rcrllfli'iile nhall lop p.defiiiHfl
j was a guest on this occasionand ai'iMjrdtnir. 'lu law, the, pr' ''p. don't; be discouraged try Creomul]
4 tubercular work. Mrs. J. M. Al- iloxi. .1 slon. Your
he city t Ihml therein will be sold 1 druggist is authorized I tf
Marjorie Sue Middleton enter- varez is chairman of the bond sale i gave a very enlightening In thi hlithpHt l bidder at 'the marl refund your money if you are not
4 JUST WARMTH FOR THEM tained a number of her friends Saturday for Bradford County, and In the I|I I and Interesting talk, on the organIzation the hoiixo month floor nf on January the firm, 1H8.vhlih Monday! : In thoroughly satisfied with the beta I

at noon with a delightful past Mrs. Alvarez has done excellent of the men in the Episcopal IM 'the a.I., tiny of January. lit! :IKHillril fits obtained from the very flnf
weiner roast and picnic In the (I: Church. Bishop Juhan was introduced 1 this I Kith$ clay, of N'ovrmbrt', bottle. Creomulslon is one word-n
work in this line. 1 I9a7li'f't"n'IAL, two, and it has
ENTIRE HOUSE I: by the Rev. Sir. Yerkes. I no hyphen in I 11
woods. I + :shU.e.t. ; I Ask for it
A graceful plainly, see that the nair.l
courtesy was extf'nd-I j Those enjoying the supper with J. Till I.MAS' on the bottle is Creomulslon. anyou'll
+ Those invited were: Merry Beth ed to Dr. Caaon when ut the closeof 'I'It-Ik of I'llfltll:/ I I'mirl of
I land the host and Juhan get the genuine product ar.j
4i Bishop were i llrailfurd' .
J I"lur/pin/
Knight. Virginia Sewell Marjorie his address Mrs. R. J. Davis. Judge A. Z. Adkins, J. M. Alvarez lllflfit.117 founty the relief. you want. Adv( )
Ida/ Lulu Davis. Marjorie and and dedicated to him '
DUOTHERMQUIGLEY sang "Only (I I
Morgan Darby, Richard Kldd Bill
Virginia Gay, Martha and Roberta I
Rose" FrimI and
a (Rudolph ) -
..I.Ii presented Graham, Edward Burns, Joe Hoover AS NEAR TO YOU
King, Wanda Pearce, Hazel
s'r' j to Dr. Cason a bouquet of and FLOWERS
R. J. Davis.
I Fields Betty Hayes. Mary Alice !! American beauty roses. Mrs. Davis AS YOUR TELEPHONE
i and. Fay Yaibrough. Margaret Mrs J. SI. Alvarez Mrs. R. J.
was accompanied at the piano:
i Davis, Mrs O. L. FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J tALL
and
& DAVIS Montelth Valena Phillips andl l I by Mrs. L. A. Canova. This act Beasley,
Katharine Kinlaw. Mrs. D. A. Slonteith served l the I
was prompted by Mrs Davis' appreciation -
FILLED
ORDERS
Miss Madge Middleton and Mrs. of Dr. Cason's services guests a chicken supper
I: _.
STARKE FLORIDA Mae Jones assisted Marjorie Sue in restoring to health her husband. -.- ECONOMICALLY Y ,

it in serving and entertaining her I Hostesses for the afternoon { Has Birthday Party PROMPTLY rJt ,;i.,.
I
1 rf guests. were. : Mrs. M. .... Brown.. Mrs.. Eth-: Master J. W. Keene celebrated MRS. L. G. POWELL, StarkeA

leI M. Bigg, ilts.: C. F. Ward, Mrs his birthday anniversary Monday
1 pfiiiti T. F. LandFui /bliss
Mina
y I Manasa afternoon at the home of his pa.
r Miss Rosalind l Jacobs and they rents when they entertained for

1 were assisted in solving a dainty him with a party. FEW CENTS EACH WEEK WILL
KKKK UELI\E11YPHONE
I salad course by Mrs. O L,. Beasley,

i S.I R. Johns Haynes.Mrs. L'D. Vining. and l Mrs. O. L. ,'I Willie After Mae playing Thornton many assisted games Miss Sirs., GUARANTEE $500.00 IN 18 YEARS

1'
G ilk' ._ [ Keene in serving hot chocolate and PENINSULAR LIFE INSURANCE CO.
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I cake to J. W. and his little friends.
l I Judy Green HonoredOn I Those enjoying the Charley W. Nicholson Agent
party were: ,
i 45 Birthday AnniversaryMrs i Lyle Anderson, William Baker,

& Sons L. J. Green entertained a few 1' Jerome Johns, Julius Griffin An- .. .
'"
of the young folks Monday afternoon thony Baker Tiny Johnson and

at the home of Mr. and Mrs. : Buddy Thornton.
NEAR THE: S. A. L DEPOT
I P. M. Barefoot on Call St. in hon-

L or of her little daughter, Judy, I. HERB.HE I [r rj For Expert RepairingSmith's

whose second birthday anniversarywas

itL1L tk Sunday, Nov. 14. When headache, diziincsi our
j
5 Octogan Soap Powder lOc Little chairs were arranged on I I'nmach, hilioujnm, nauwc, lack of
or the lawn where the young people .ppeiite, and liitlcuncii or that tired GaragePhone

were entertained. Mrs. Green was Tecling, are associated lytnptoirt of

.j 44 assisted in entertaining by her two cmporary constipation, HERBINB
sisters, Juamta and Sura Barefoot I tilt
BUY'S bring relief. It ii strictly vea_- 120

MEAL 10 Ib. 20c and Freddy Winjherly and l able medicine, free from tianh min-

: MILK 3 taU 20c I Kline The Green gifts presented to the little ml ..1",. 60c a botchCARPENTER'S Wrecker Service Day or Night

fl The Rexal Store
t -- I honoree were displayed* on a large I OTHER DRUG STORES
table on the lawn.

I I| The .beautifully, decora ted birthday I iii:
(GRITS 1 m.( 25c PURE COFFEE 21 b. 25c I cake' iced In white with pink ,

I and green decorations, centered the 'a-r.

1 1d _._ table in I the dining room. Dainty
I pink flowers! and fern added' fur- i R YHO'V' 1.1.
HAR E
UIIOI.K GKAI.V: j ther charm to the table.

FLOUR 24 Ib. 75c ] Individual cups of ice cream

RICE 5 Ib. 18c were served the little tots and cof-

I t a 1 l fee and cake were served the mothers 228 WEST'ADAMS STREET

} 4 who weie present.
Mrs. Clmles Imbach/ of Green .IfST ,\('$ pSS FROM: THE GEORGE WASHINTO.V

Cove Springs and Mrs. P. SI. Barefoot -

SWIFTS JEWEL LARD 2 Ibs. I9c insisted Afrs. CreEn In serving. I I ,

Favors were novelty hats and pink ... .' ..
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)4 balloons. j

) ___. ---*__

Mrs. Herring EntertainsFor

iANORTHERN BEANS lb. 5c.iw "VisitorMrs. r r

.
J. Herring entertained in

t honor of her daughter, Mrs. Roxie I: Specializes In .

c Mae Cliff of Jacksonville, Friday I,

. TUXEDO FEEDS afternoon at her home with a par- Stone Crabs Florida Lobster Oysters

E' QUALITY AT LOW COST ty.During the afternoon many nov

We Have a Complete Line Of Feeds For All Purposes elty games and contests were played. Clams Soft Shell Crabs Pompano

Sirs. Lester Slade won first I

L prize in one contest and Mrs. Laurie .

CINCYt McKinney: won second prize. Spanish Mackerel Steaks and Chops
YELLOW CORN
$2.60 $1.75i Refreshments of fruit salad
11.11.MASH
cookies and hot chocolate were
i t served the guests from the dining Cold Draught Beef and Popular Bottled Brews

table which was beautifully decorated

7 PKRC,ENT C. S. in a color of pink and white.
f, i SCRATCH The color scheme was repeated in

$2.15DAIRY MEAL $1.50 I the decorations; throughout the

x home for this lovely party. ,
Those present with Mrs.
I Herringand ._.__., --
rlf .l: PERCENT Sirs. Cliff were: Mrs. C. M. ---------------------


tttppp'i FEED $2.10 BRAN $1.70 I Mrs.McKinney Lester Mrs.Slade Claude Mrs. Prevail Laurie
'
I McKinney, Mi9.t Jerry Moore, Mrs. OPEN ,\1.1. NIGHT-TELEPHONE '"-S63 ...-IACKSONVILIJ5, FI.OJUIJ
4 i J Ira Wilson Miss Ira Wilson, Miss

I Mae Prevatt, and Miss Callie SMART COCKTAIL LOUNGE IN REAR

h'r' ( APPLES 10 Ibs. 25c Herring.Miss Herring and Miss Prevail

1 i I assisted Sirs. Herring in serving

y, and entertaining the guests.
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:\0amr.u 11) 1H37 BRADFORD COUNTY: TELEOKAPM. f 8TARKB FLORIDA ".\fil'': FIVE' '\

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I Mrs.V M. Wlmberly spent lhe I I Mrs. Edward-Burns, Mrs. Jos. E. Sapp spent the week-end In Starke \OTICK Tnwnnhlp South' lnnii! 22
II with :Mrs bob Shuler =N'ulli'v" If hrtrfiy Klvprt, In whom H Knot:
I first of the week In Miami with Wilson Mrs. Jeanette Klncald and ,
Roy Godwin and M. J. Supp weiebiiHiness limy l''l'.r" thMf 1 have flli'il. my Tim nssrssment"' nf I the said prftnirt .
I Mr. Wimberly who la located ther Mrs Morgan Darby members of vlmtois to Jacksonville\ Flmil Heport' IIK Ancillary "Kxttcutornf ,v.iinil.-r. tinin hi cottlflriitn I issued
for the KHUHO: of Lillie !MayAiulrwun.l4 UM. in the name", of (tea H. Wflli''
several I
weeks the local sociAl Welfare office here
Bits of I .
:Monday ( .1'.11".1 will oit the I4th liny of I'nlvHK said n-rtlflcnte shall be ril'itniil r.
-- were in Green Cove Springs on |IIII-PIII|>. A. li apply. to Ih4llotioiHlO > .' ...-'-alml i hue; .to law. the prop
of."I"I Mr. and Mrs. K.: A. Sapp were ::** K.:: K \*Ny: County I arty Mi-rllicil there will blf- i-nlil.
Mlrs Clarice Olll nn spent Monday In Jack 1"'hlll'I<" HM unit! ttxerlitor., dour on ihe first )fr.nday In
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Harry, Supp' wan visiting here CtariMivc. tvylnn Andrews" lliimonlli or .la linn,iv. PJ.Id: wlilihIH ,
local IeW$ Honvillo as guests of Mr. and Mrs Doris Crews JemlieI Thursday. | 'U Anrillinv KxccntorI the 3.1. lay of .lanimry til.ISHiillil : .
this tutu day' of =Novrmliur.III'17. .
J. D. Doyle. and Doris Harrison I 'l-r.l-4V-l.i-lo! "
Hutchings : _..: __ _____ 1 : .
.. | spirit' a velY pleasant week-end >O'IMH !>("* s Pt'I.11'1'i'1t1\ (CWI"J\I.I"\I.I! :
AND ---- ---- MISSION II.\M.
OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS
i .' ,
CONCERNING A. .r
: 011 'r r h1F:1)aeale : : THOMAS.
Mrs. H. A. Durilen and chilclrei with Miss Peggy; Cannon at her A rather unusual l meeting from i "h''I, of 1 irruit'nmt ofHrnclfoiil
I'HOCHESS: OF COUNTY AND TOWN of Savannah On., are olMl. | home In Jacksonville, < 11111 >/ IU.ltMITH'I :, That I "OIlIl'Y.urh.\ ...,,
rilE I guests the standpoint of Interruptions wa -: IS' nl':Ihny:" : <11\1'-:: '
and Mts. A. A, Durdcn and I __ -- -- ___ held Tuesday evening ut the Bible c'. J. .Powell hulili'r. of 2-S. nf TnxI'MllfU'lllH I 11-II.Gl-U-11! '
'
I :.Nil liJ'1, iMHIIHll tillTill I "I"IIc-\1-:
Sir, and Mrs. S. K. Johns Jr. I Ft lends of Mr. and Mr*. J. R study hour. flnv of .,..Iv. .\ I>. IS.tO: linn mod. \OTHK OK' \
von r\\ i>itiHrnnlr : :
I sit uu' ill lilY artier Hlltl him liiiult, '
I .--- > Thomas and daughter Joan will The wind and ruin storm caused applim. lion for H "mx, il-pil. to lm issued < hillo. |i.tNOTIOH : >
LI- Mrs. O. J. Griffin returned to her be interested to learn that they left then The hcroui Siilrii. .ttf-iite imhrN : : IS HKUKHY: (JlVI X. That
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Ostecn of some light interr.iptlons
anu. Mrs. L. G. spent I ,>iH I the fallowing. rt..II..1 |1"1'| I' A. Irlfnii, holder or 2-i;\ nf THJCWUflralH
I,-. Powell Brooker were guests Sunday of I:home in St. Augustine Monday of'ter i last week for St. Augustine to Seaboard took over the situation crtv 'in the ,'",,"IV i>.t 11..11.01..1011..1.. } ( No. 412. IPHIIIM. fht 3..MI. ,

'1'U sday In .1 Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. spending ten days here wither |I make their home Mr. Thomas has with a couple of eight trains for of Florida. tn-wlt: I lnv" of In. August niv ofrirti. A und l I' tall ban, timde has. fllitjNuititf '-
-- 111'1.11..11. |
--- -.---- daughter Mm. Ethel Biggs.Mis. | accepted a position! pharmacist 'a while, all of which was gubstan-! il All It. .Inn Hlciikx to Niuikv'K; ,Ai K.In II: Northwest IHK'I: > A'l- I I'J..nrl..r tlMI r..r" lax| deed. tO lit* issuedhereon.
mid, Mrs- Joe Young spent I In the Wilson Drug Store I, ( Said .IIt1r..l. smhrxcesIha .
Mr Mrs L. J. Green and Mrs. P. M. -- --- tial evidence of the truth of the nf Northwest: ijtiuitcrSouth .
end In Bronson i I nf :Ninth XI I-O..n.I 2NTnunHhlp foiiowliiK des rl:limit\ property' in I
wick- .; ,; ; ; !
the Barefoot were visitors In Jacksonville i F. H Johns has as guest iiibject under consideration! : that 0 Soil 111, nil,lilt.* 13UllHt t hit < ount v ( JtriKlfortl. State ofF'lorlda j
--- Tuesday. I this week Mr. and. Mrs. WaiteAlvarez Mr and;I---\V;: \ lE IS and the "Path of Pence" Is not of this' to-wlt:
A H. Hall spent Friday In of Jacksonville and Mrs Beach find 'I'llO ilexi'ealill'lit. <>f the ...II hi1'1'| | SouthwcHtinnrtir' nf'urihw' ..Htiuarr
two of Jacksonville
Sirs -- sons (earth only as one finds pence rrty, nuili-r. Ihs until ...'II urii-utv. Ix- < A Sort heaat junrler. ofSiuIhwtHt
jaiksonvillejus Mr. and Mrs. Charles Imbach ofGieen N. K. Andrews of tjicorichep. j have recently moved to Starke and'are with God then the Peace of God ; Hiiit h \VHI In ihii iiniiio. of John. A. Quaitcr tif S.M-lhm 1 15Tawnshlp !

Cove Springs spent Monday I, .- ..-- -- --- ---, ': located at the Hamrlck house after which Pence on earth will berealied t'n"rt In.flllfKH. contain.MM 7,,South 80 .\UanuH<.!.*.*. moreur 22IItst

A K. McKinney spent Wed- here with lends Mr. und Mrs. C. H. Naawoithjand on South Walnut St. Mr, Ellis Is when the Prince of Peacecomes ; drued| I | .-i-olilillK sit Iii' .'Pi't t irllllll'lu l
da ,P1ng'! In Jacksonville. _' Mrs. KlUabeth Men.lie wen, connected with the State Road De- to reign.However llfHI-l'llM'll thlMHln Ulll IIIHlllll. tO uHHfHHiiicnt, of 'tho NiiUl' |hl'UINNty !.
under the sold r.lIr"'HI.* Issuedwvis |
,Knl.iv .
'the his to'st Ladder III the rourltlallil'
Victor Thomas of Green Cove visiting friends In Gainesville Sun \I pa 11 men t.I the Hong leader and m>- limnon t t Ilia fliHi Moiulav, Intin In: th, naint' of; Mr** I h: It I>.-I HtnltMH ,I

A B Sutrcncy of Brooker was Springs was the weekend guest of :'cluy I Joist Dirk M..rrltt of Camp of Ihe IM *tliti tumult:lnl tiny>if Jiimmi of. .tanuiuI'its v, .liis." which :I nrronltDM Maid rent t;IfUtitthalt to, tnw. t h the IM 1"f rwdernn'd ) t f

HR visitor hero Monday. his mother Mrs. E M. Thomas. -- .- --.- --- I :'11'. and Idea A. R McKinney Palms with Mrs. Frey as pianist 1411 I .-it hum "mill il.iy of :Nnvt-nilM-r' ,. I ",'Iv il<*H.*1.11.1) l t"h">i rln will In-. Multi ,
,tmmn to, the t hK) heat tiiHdfr' nt I II In courtIUHIMB j t
.. % I 1537 I! :
----- --- :'11'. Hnd lrs. Tale Powell .Jr., olMncclenny i, and Sirs McKmney's parents Mr. was equal to the occasion and filled "..''1'11.\1.1'\1.,: ) I dour on t the first I outlay In
Clifton Brown was a business Mrs Orle Wiggins and daughter wore guests Tnursdaj; 1 and :Mrs. (!I. \V. Ha/en the latter of in with melody unto the LOI'd. .\ J THOMAS.I'liik : tun I month. i.r Jiiiiii.il, 'y, 1 H.tH. whl h :t
IH Hi** 3rd' dnv of .hintiiirv 15:1:"IH
vlsitot in Jacksonville Monday. Peggy Ann I'pt'ntlunJay: In .Jack night of Mr and Mrs K. L. Mat Brocketwere guests Sunday of Dick solos during the evening .. ori'lniill I'liliiilv.iNmi-t.Klol' ..ofIllmlfnril lililI '' I I Milled. IhlM loth day or l Novi'inlier.1'H7 .
sonville. theus. 1 Mr. McKinney s brother-in-law and were, especially appreciated., ,! !
I 11.111 1 1! :.1-12-17 l I I lOKKIflAI 81-3.U,)
Slr unit, MrsTiacy Baker were I' _. -- .--- I .----.-- .- ---- I slater. Mr and :Mrs. J. G. Mi'lican I, The Bible study showed how futile ------ ---.- A. .J.. : THOMAS,
Jacksonville Miss Friday Heuterithe ,.. I'U I4 UI' "l'1.1d1'l'1'IU\ I'l.h i k of Circuit "out rl i .1 1Itradord l
visitors in Elaine Edwards spent IHio-Tlifrm crude oil in I'alatka.Mr
are all Nana for Peace whenthe I .
butnrsr/ .'on 'I'*\ ...:.:u County 'Inrl.ta
Friday In Winter Park us the guestof latest ilihiK in winter rnmlor leaden of nations have not all l..vnnt 11111 >... Ill.ll: 11.10-61-2-1 }

Mis. W. Wilder.. tar the whole house. See then and Mrs Charley Powell the faith In Christ which Is necessary :NnTICh: IM MIOItCIIV,: : lilVMX.:: Thill < hllkiCOLDS t

Sir and l Mrs. L.. D. Vining spent -- -- -- -. .- ilfimiiKt I'll I'd lit Quigley: X U.1I... were hosts Monday night to fifteenof ;" to bring about Peace. John "i'iVl-llfli-ntn.1 Vuui-ll Nil, hulil.T:||14. Issued of 2-li! the I ut Tux nth

Hominy and Tuesday In Bruns- Mrs. O. \\'. White and Mrs. J. W. ------- their friends. at their home at 1633.: tiny nf. AiiitllHt. A. H I'Uii!' has flliilHantii 6 6 6
Mr and l Mrs. A. E. McKinnej, In my office" and has iiimto niItlUatloll aml
White in Jacksonville '
sick, Ga spent Wednesday which time was viewed a new type Neaiby towns were tepresentedIn for, a .tax 'llii-ll. to hi ,Issued!
were visiting Mrs. McKmney s pa ,
thei-poii.' Sold r.IICi'btr rnhnirv'5Ihr FEVERTTT
of demon-
rents Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazes l'JoklngIItensll being ) the meeting as usual. I fiillnwlnir ili'Hi'l l'IUed i 1 proiifity. InI
) Sealing who Is with the -- istrated A full turkey ..
Eat : locally. course I InI'outity nf JI..M.'CIII"\ ofKlollilii I.UllJln TA :
Ouv.il Construction Co., will be stationed Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson and I In Brooker lo"'l'ltlay. I dinner was cooked and nerved I ii.wit.All "" .:% Ilexderhee.. 1111 .r 1
I. Hloi-kM II k: I. ItlMillKH Aililillun 1''J1nlUHI.; Ulnate.1'rp
---
lln Starke' for several I weeks children attended the Homecoming I --- to those present and a delightful A tii Stai'ki., hi Norlhvvi'Ht, '
Miss Lois Adklns student at CENT WORD "Rufc-My-TUm"_Wurld'* Brat
festivities of the Archer school inArcher ; time was hud' by all.Sirs I 'J'"II"I'.r! NuithWHHt' uuurtir
LinimentTIPTOP
Friday the Florida Stale College for Women South of Ninth St.. Siu-tliin L'N .
Paul Canova and children -
:Sir} will attend ihe Homecoming I I ,J,
--- ---- : her COLUMN
of Barlow are guests of Mrs. Em- Mike Dew returned to
Mi. and Mrs H. L. Brownlee festivities in Gainesville this weekend -
Canova. I 1 home here Saturday after a few
ma MAN WANTED for, good nearby I
-- -- and daughter, Madge will spendthe i .IIIYs' visit with her sister Mrs R. I
W, B. Sewell Is attending the weekend in DeLand with Col. i ionl -- -. i iTutratus, in Jacksonville. Mrs. Rawlelgh Route. Real opportunity -
Mrs. L. A. Davis Mrs. Kilwan for right man. Write I Raw-
Mrs.: J. FF'utch.. I
Florl'la Bankers' Association in i Dew wus accompanied to Starkeby
Burns and her house guests. Mr lelgh's FAIC-223-OZ, Memphis
---- -- -
Tallahassee! this week. :Mrs. John G. Fianca of Vene-
and Mrs. Prentice Morgan of Dallas Term., A. D. Z.ichatlus, Lake
or see
Mi. and Mrs. R. J. Davis and zuclii, who spent the week-end with i
I' Texas spent Tuesday In Kernandlna. Butler, Fla. 11-5-ltp I
Ida Lulu and
daughters Marjorie her. Mrs. Franco expects to returnto *
?,_,_L _- -. I I I
REALESTATE and Blake Jackson spent Thursday I Vene/.uil.i this week. QUILTS FOR SALK See: or write *

afternoon In Jacksonville. i +. SL s. J. L. Johns New River, I
I Mrs. S. T. Dell, Mrs. Ruth Becker I GROCERYSTAIIKE
Eva: Mrs. William NEW KIVERi Fla. -ltp
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Alchediak of Mrs. Dell I )'1.0RIUAI
Newel and Mrs. Bill Shands, all ol i l>i>roth>' "'al'p' 'nn-pf.pnnilent" ,
:
Tnmpa and Miss Norma Byrd were LOST small male setter all white I ________ -- --
IF YOU WANT TO the guests of Mr.: and Mrs. Ira Wilson -I Gainesville were guests Tuesday of I .. _- for colored head THANKSGIVING SPECIALS Nov. 19-27
Mr. and Mts J. M. Brownlee. Mrs. Joe MoreUnd and children except orange/: I ,
BUY SELL OR RENT over the week-end. and spot on back. Answersto
eats
.. I a - ---- I Wnyne and Joan and Mr. and Mrs.
"
"Mike. Reward. See Charles COFFEE
SEE us- James Richard Walnwright inspector I, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Mrs. L. A I I Monroe Barr of Jacksonville spent 11 IMMK: ; Davis and Mh s D. P. Carpenter attended J, the week-end here with Mr. and Uarby.
for the State Road -
WILSONREALTY Department the sectional meeting of the'oman's i Mrs. G. \\'. ,\n CABBAGE
has been transferred from I I
In Pail Mr. und Mm. I. W Pinhol.ster. of
,
\\ Club Orange bed thousand. Priced
CO. Mayo to Stance and will have his By the or
headquarters here for several Monday.The Lloyd Fla., spent! the week-end tight. On Road 2R. 3 miles from SugarPounds TIP TOPVacuum
with Mr and :Mrs. M.
Wiggins
months ---- town. Z. Z. Griffis. tf
j Woodman Circle will meel here --- -- Pack
-'
Tuesday night at the Woodmar Mrs. Jewel Schnauss Mrs. Fannie FUR SALE 25 white leghorn hens I
Hall. Fifteen candidates will be, Schnauss and Norman Wiggins and pullets In single or large I 5 25c Pound 25c

Initiated and the attendance of al i of Jacksonville wore visiting\ lots Reasonably priced. See Mrs. I

FIRE INSURANCE members Is looked forward to. here Thursday. O. O. Annls Rt.. 1, Lawtey at once.

Misses Dorothy and Annette Up. WINESAP APPLES 31b. lOc

1 oil nay. he extremely cautious BIT) thin is the seaKitntoi :'11'. and Mrs. R. F Clark had as' I ..

I-'IUKS. guests this week Mr. and Mrs. des .

Are you adequately proKH-ted Have you Inventorled sup Taylor, friends of theirs from YORK IMPERIAL APPLES 5 lb. 15c
jour furniture Intelvre >'ou sure. you hate the North who were on their way; WIN WIN WINHall's
enough; INSI'KANCK Call UH 10(153'
to spend, the winter In Brndenton

.. .--- : LETTUCE Each 7cI.I..MM'S
HAROLD C. WALL, AGENCY REAL FANCY
The Rev. and Mrs W. A. Flschei

Every; Kind of Insiiruiu-e unit Bon
C. Friday night and. Sunday, hi< I I,I U.\ KM.I.OO.V

preached two excellent sermons tt,


I attentive rnncregations.Mis. -- -. -.- MARKET & LUNCH'I
I J Flour
NAT SEZ : I T .1 Griffin returned home 72cI
Sund..y from Jacksonville when

A few of our mont pnimlnent : she spent sometime with her son- Win $3.00. in Trade Each WeekAskUs

dlllen". leaders In ."\pry movement in-law and daughter Dr. and Mrs I About This
I 21- I'uundsSNOWBALL
for the upbuilding: of the ton and C. C. Mendoza

rnminiinity, forget all about their -. ,, -- c
!.. local nl..rcohllll'ht'li the time Misses Frances Adkins and Virginia FLOUR, t21b 37c ; 24 lb. 68c I'I

-1" ;" omen to di the family NhoppltiK.They're Saxon students at the FlorIda CAULIFLOWER lb. 9c

r-1 1111 pretty good fellows ; State College for Women were RICE, Fancy Blue Rose, 5 lbs. t5c
and meanill, lint when It comes week-end guests of Mr and Mrs I (',\SN"UI

to spending( : their money at home O. L. Beasley. OAT MEAL 22 lb. pkg. t5c
I SAUCE 2 15c
.. CORN APPLE
u litre they make It, thiifn u horse --- --- or cans

of a. different t'olor. They remind Misses Evelyn and Marjorlc MEAL, Fresh Waterground, to lb. t9c I

mi* of the story of ,the mule that I Stump Frances Adklns, and Virginia UITII KKill.AI: iKOCKKV OKIIKKH
Saxon attended the ClenriHon- I THE FINEST 4SKADK HIII.K COMrOUNI
run into the fence The fellow who LARD Best Compound Lb. lOc
Florida football game in Gainesville ,
,, ....1.1 hhp wlldlh; ..tt'iJust hllllll. .. he. I '
F ,, 1I'it1.J'to-- > ... ,;., Saturday.Mrs. ,f MI
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. don't (l\e u urn. '. POTATOES, to lb. U. S. 1YO. I t5c

W. H. Tucker of Newberry -
I Mrs S. E. Brownlee and Mrs COFFEE 100 Pet. Pure, Pound t2c i Lard Ib. 9cWe

WORK SHOES BOOTS J. M. Brownlee were luncheon
f guests Friday of Mr and Mrs. H. l
Northern or Baby Lima Beans, Lb. 4'cNo.
-SI'F.rl\r- -OF ALL KIM: S-' I L. Brownlee. I "

HEAVYUI'TY Mrs. Frances Sweat Guilford 2 Can Standard Corn, 3 for 20c 'I "


and mistice Miss Day Lulu In Redgrave Quitmun, spent Ga., with Ar- GRITS, Fresh, Medium, to lb. 23c I Have Fruit Cake Materials! ,;1

Mis. Giulford's mother, Mrs. T. A. 11\

Leather or i I sweat__ __ PEANUT BUTTER, Quart 20c I BILK :
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(' Senator and Mrs. S. D. Clark of BREAD ,
0111110I BREAD 3 loaves 25c
I Monticello will be weekend guests COCONUTPound

Soli-s lof Senator nnd Mrs. C. E. Johns.

.I ( nil PO SOLE LKATHER I Saturday Senator and Mrs. Johns DILL PICKLES, Quart lOc

1 $6 an-l! their guests and Miss Georgia 3 Loaves 25c 20c

$3.95, $5, HajiU'H will attend the Homecoming BACON Best Side Lb. 16c
1\\1:11"01: : K 89 j ,
$1 Gainesville.
in
-- football
01< .K run I.; game
.MEN"WORK : !. I --- .-'- I Standard No. 2 .6c
TOMATOES, can
'- PANTS O. W. White' and George Chesh- COCOA 2 ib. Can lOc r

MEN'SWORK I lie were In Green Cove Monday Macaroni Spaghetti 3 pkgs. lOc
or ,
\ SHIRTS Writ l! .Made-430: Oenlin night attending a business and social f

Sl/pt.. to 17 meeting of the Plee-Zing Food I 2 lb. 25cwosU.ac..I.
i full ('lIt-Goutt Material $1.00 P r. I Stores people and their represen CHUCK STEAK or ROAST, lb. lOc I GEM NUT OLEO

1 tatives. ; .'01: i SI'KEAK OK BAKING
PORK STEW Pound 12Yzc
-- -- ,
;! 50c LL SHEETING Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins had -

In. {{'Idr-l' Value as their guests for the weekend PURE APPLE JELLY, 12-oz. Jar lOc TIP TOP MARKET I

FAST ('O1.OR-DREgy MM. Emma Carleton Mr. and Mrs.

1 PRINTS : lOc U Fred Guy of Jacksonville 'and Miss FANCY BANANAS 4 lb. 15c

I Lois Adkins a student at the Florida SALT MACKEREL Each 5cI'Itlf.U'

1 Yd. State ColI'gefor Women. KITCHEN MATCHES, 3 boxes lOc
lie NEW IJXK WASHDRESSES! I

Mrs. Mae Jones returned to her NEW CANE SYRUP, Quart 15c FL.t. RIB ."..A. ClnC'K:
BOY'SPANTS
in Jacksonville Wednesday
home

liana or Tan KhAki lifter a visit here with her brother- TUB MACKEREL Each 8c 1.2c1

$1.00 E.in-law Middleton.and sister' Dr. and Mrs. W ------. -_ STEW lb. gc STEAK II

98c ..
- -- WAKE UP AND LIVE

MHM.ISTERNBERGS The W C. T. U. will meet Friday

IT PAYS TO BUY AT it president 3 p. m. with Plans Mrs.are being F A.formedfor Scott IT'S CHEAPER AT HALL'S REAL FANCY FAT HENS Lb. _20c


extension of the work with enthusiastic FREE DELIVERY -"t; IC.U\; ; t; l--I-U: Ui.IT Tc) WMIT CW.\\1'IT: l

leadership to Include the I

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PAm SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. FT1RKCrC. FLORID/ PIUI>"" '. JVOVKttlSKIt:
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: ,; FARMERS SECTION C'OMBIN.\TION AVOIDS LIVE STATE NEWS Vo. 108 Due Starke 5:00: P.M. I 1937. 2Sth d, ,
I ll I KJKKK-ML
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KKOSION IN KLOKIIJVGRACKVILLE and \VaninBranch
>' I Starke I A. J '(110M| | .,.,
,jjt NOTES: OF INTEREST! TO BRDFOKI GROWERS KLOKI1)FACTS IN SHORT I'\R.\GRAPIIS No. 101-Leaves! Starke 7:0UA.: in 1 H i I' ,, ,
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I + The use of alternate No. 102-Arrives Starke 1-501: M to-29'&lII.26T "

1 4 rows of runner peanuts and | Dally except Sundays.

: I cotton as an aid In erosion control ,j T. J. GRIKFIN.AItl I IN //1.11111/\l': NA311 I :1"'" I III ,'

I Hints To Housewives RURAL in the Graceville demonstration | RIG 1'111U.tRTISISU: < l : I UIIX'OXS.. PKITEK --- -. I It RI'I'PA'IIIII' h) ."III., ,

area of the Soil Conservation Ser- LAKELAND- Florida clttus WEST' PALM B ACH-.J. Mark <- > OF THANKS that .rluln, vxune m .

COMMON SENSEBy vice demonstrates the adaptability I commission appropriated J10- \Vlliox, representative of the .Bradt"-....y. vitit ConutY|,.,| MI'I hh)Flwulu, "d i ,J-. "
I f Weekly' from Home Demonstra- 000 four Its advertising fund toward We wish to express our sincere tiff v. lH11,1,11,1( ., |" n..
j of the new strip cropping practiceto Fourth Florida District in Congress and 'II.| '
j } I ''Il TaUabnM SPUDS JOHNSON I appreciation. and thanks to our the leiief |nn\'o/ ,
state's exhibitat
t tlon SperUltat*. financing the
; '
Y local conditions Project Manager has announced his candidacyfor \oi < ". thus' I ilia ,|<.rendii,, '
P j C. P. Wright points out the New York world's fair.US the United States Senate sent many relatives und friends for their dent. of a State or (' ,,?' I "
to the plaintiff' ,,nil". .
I
loving kindness and words of I .
{ SEASONING ('('KSSOKIKS; .\TTn.CTI'EIt1: HO.MK Where strips of summer hay are [ : -- S.- UE.yWINTER ; now occupied by Claude Pepper of sympathy ,no ,pi-lHon III I In' "Mai' ,,

7 IS OF HltI<:. TLI'E TO ordinarily used further north to CAUSES Tallahassee "I will be a candi- In I the death of our husbandand ervlce whom' of '\perHonal. I", 'S
"' 1kr1 ''I material is un father Chalker A. would ,.r""nl" .n
Using seasoning 'LORIU.Rt'R.L I'KOl'LK HAVEN: Passersby Pi-Ingle. : .
provide close-growing strips to con- date for the office of United States d..r..n'lanl.: 0
b { r art that good cooks acquire from today found the bodies of two men senator from Florida, subject to ir )is (ciniKiji-: :n, lan|, ,'
1 trol erosion In cultivated land during Mrs diint
t Daisy Pringle Kaymoml
i, practice. Much can be done to> keep attractive farm home not and woman outside a house on Hrlir' 'I"i ,," .
bill
A neat of
i the summer, peanuts an Important the Democratic primary to be heldin And Chlldien. Cninplalnt on 1 Ihf i oi;
j the daily fate from growing monotonous only makes a favorable Impressionon the outskirts of the city and Inves- May. 1938" Wilcox said In a umber, 1'I37'! tilhoiwlnr, I ., I-',
cash In Florida servesas .
crop I'onfeHHii will i In, ., ,: '"
ul ::: r by the use of even a very those who see It but it In of very a close-growing strip in tigation officers Raid the trio died signed statement Issued by his office him for. lilM f ulh' tie. (\i" rd i .t

!if;; j few spices and home-dried herbs. definite value to the family livingIn this state. Peanut vines also crop pro- from gas accidentally released : here. lit '1'IIP 4'"untv Yount./ud.'.. ..Klurliln.'.. ('niirt 'ofllrnilraril for this" four 01, dei", IIH puLllMlud| | |, | 1111"I",'". "''d.
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I 1 ', A bay leaf or a sprig or two of It. This Is the belief of W T. vide an abundance of hay. I from H tapped pipe _. ..- In l.t> '1's.. testate or.ItMI.M l Iliadfoid, I1 OIIBH-IIIU.'aunty Teli' u"I ,I" ".
I t I dried thyme Is sufficient to season Nettles, district agent with the -- --.- O..UIBInTH JAILS .. : N\1(11)\ Ml I'('III-1.1.: Paper of Henerill ti|"i xip,' '.P:",", \,

H Ir; the gravy for a pot roast a State Agricultural Extension Service Winter legumes are recommended TI1K JOKES ON HIM Ireea.ed:\tvrr'ENO"II'F itched WITM'SS In.:UriulrVmi" '' ;Mr( 1 IIANIl Conn.{" ,I'', '.,L d.
JACKSONVILLE- Jacksonvllle
p "' ': stew, or a creamed meat or fish and others who have given band the Soil Conservation Service MIAMI BEACH -Glenn C. Min- : IN hcirhy, KIt en tliut I PIC'IAI.XIIAI" nt Meld, | | ?, I", x, :;, .
leaf should be the Florida Extension Serviceto Journal says Jars. filled with IIHNH filed lilY Klnnl' Kipint, u" Ad- vember :.lid 1937.A. .
dish. always
.1 I I Bay thought to the matter. cer, assistant county solicitor said inlnlNtrnlilx, ulth! the Will Aniicxcil J. IIIOMA'-i,
;:I removed from food before serv While the farm family should provide winter cover for land he must move from the apartment numbered slips of paper have replaced or the 1':.I..le ..r James I"I" ton, Mil- flerk of I'licu'iiniir..iil "s .
f I' i Is well-known seasoning from which peanuts have been harvested slot machines as chief gambling ,'h'II. 1 >*"<'HHMfd'', und my, Petition fuiFinal ,. | .. /i-oiiniv\ ,
) a
ing. Sage the to make building he owns here. Mincer
explained ,
throughout
r try year attractions In burs "IIINI'hdiKi'i;; Unit on Tiienilny, Hy.1 I U K. 1)1 I
o : 1 for beef salt pork or cheese, and keep its home attractive it some years. ago he established -i poolrooms the Mlh) day nf Iii-if.inluM.. .\. 1>. T KltANK I.A.VI.III.
k 1 and -- .-- _...- lunch rooms nnd stores 1 111:17.: at Ton, o'Ink. .X. Mi 01. IIH. NOOIII ,IIIorary" fin. I'luintlir'
: and for meat poultry stuffings I I should attention to an Inviolable rule that children .
: ". pay especial I'h""I'" l IIH the mini. tint IH* hfiiHl. ll G-GI-12.3\
here. A law slot machines
.MKIMI'M:: Tt'1'F.IlOOI HOGS! OF banning /
It but it should be used In small yuan1 this matter at this season when I were not to be allowed lo live I ulll) inmlv, lu Iho lloiiuialilH, i P:. 1 K
1 titles ( ) O.IJALITY BRING sent the coin devices to cover or 1"'I'1'"all.i ,'....lilY Inline of liinilfoid :\OIII Ft: OK 11'111'|, |1111\, -
J 'Ihouinnds of tourists are getting In the apartments. Sunday however .
r nut
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l out of the state October 1 but the 'uuntKloi lilu. fur approval" 'rIx 10'.1:11:i
:i ls, lit. The flavor of cloves goeR well ready to visit us. Neatness and i IJKST :MARKET PRU'K H son was born to Mr. and of the Kiiiil Kliiul H..I i ; fin iiuIholllv IXennce Illll \o. txlh| : ,
Journal said the gambling jars to iiiiiktj, ,111.11101111"11, of ;MiTII'i; : IS III'IU-BY: ::1\ ,
l with smoked meats such as ham' ur beauty around the rural home show Mrs. Mincer, So the assistant solicitor th. I r.Hlatf; Hint fin. final illni'liiirKu W. If I smoked shoulder. Whole cloves that the family In industrious and GAINESVILLE:; recent rpdlu now is house hunting have become almost( 1 as numCI'OUIIus IIH \iliiilnlpliiitilx. nllh 'Hi" Will11{ Irate, Vo, I 1:17.: IKHII..II( '11,.
the machines The player nt'Mil I ol l hi* l I':state **t Jauitn Million August, A. 1>. 1'I.H\ )h.
r I Ii and stick cinnamon like bay leaf, has personal pride that it has a "farm flash" from the United -.- .. pays 1 1I"'h"lI.l J>'.r.unrd. '111 mv' of fit'u and. luti I ,,,,d'
I { i should be removed before serving.For sense of aesthetic value, and that States Department of Agriculture I.\\\ S.\, .. S ('LOTH I.MiJACKSONVILLK a nickel the newspaper auld 1 IiXTI'li thlM 4lh' .I/I.f/ \n\<.iiil. ">*r, Ion. foi, a ta x .'H'ell" i 1I. '
I ,I leaches Into the jar and draws tint I Jtrrea1t. Suld < nil" 1 Hi 1 .11.
i variety powdered or ro t ginger it In imaginative and happier than dealing with trends in hog types : An old federal A 1) 19:17.r.II..II.: I the follow IIIK{ ileHitllMil' i
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a folded slip of If the Calnlvn :MlliliillAdmlnlBtiulrlx I
i may be used in boiling or pot- the family that content. to live carried information very similar to { statute saved a Bailor's clothes the paper.matches num.bEl' of with lhi Will I the Kim.Ida County' IDWIItMiutbeuiit of! : IJrndfud" '

roasting meat and in seasoning in drab surroundings'. that contained In a bulletin published for him when his landlord sought on slip one a Annexed of the nHtnti: of .'hales :; Uillilli'iwent "

'' cooked A small by the Florida" Experiment to hold them for unpaid room rent. series of numbers printed on a .Murloii. Mlulifll! DeceunedNOIKI Ijnaltei, Dud... NI,
tongue. very quantity "An attractive home has a II-G< very ,
it1. larger pasted on the the I Ilillil AIIIM In, "Soullinel ,, .
S 1. r I of nutmeg or mace Is a IeAe- salutary and lasting effect on the Station in 1931 it Is said by J. A hotel proprietor attempted to paper jai, of Null liennt QutI''
f "
wins > .'
.
i player The winning numbeis "! Oll "I"CJ'\i "SouthnCHt llllll'ri ,. ,
scalloped: children In early life and later on Francis" Cooper, Experiment Station attach the seamiin s personal effects pay off in varying amounts .Fort TX: : nEE To\\ tiHliij| II "Eolith.. ?t Un MI. n,''| I

when they go out Into the world" editor. "For more than six Federal authorities Intervened f.n.! 1)111'0.Ft: ) 1':ast. nilitiilnliiK' fl .1I, I ,
-- XOTI"I' .is iiiitiny: : Iil1'hY; :; That ,n' I IHHH.
Er used Is Mr. Nettles. "When Florida research and extension They said a law enacted In I W S Slblov' holder of '
Curry powder sparingly says young years SEEKS WILt c'ox SET Tax Cortlfliiili 'I )be, IIstesxtiIt.' of id, '',I i _
ail leave attractive worket 1886 exempted a mariner's clothes / Ni. U75 'Issued the 7th, clay of arty under the sail : I .
J' good with almost any meat or fish men or women have been recommending -I .Inlv.' .\. II CPttltlrntIt.I
1'iao has flip sane In sued .
MIAMI wan In the
from Henry H. Flier name of A.
I such punt r
dish and with eggs especially when homes they carry pleasant memo the type of hog which the legal processes. .uiv. office unit hi'"H imidH iiupllintlon *. Mircott -
Y' president of the Florida Education for a tax rti'ccl to lie |issued| ihorenn. nli'KK: ruld i-eitlricnli. .
these protein foods are combined ones of those surroundings along department suggests in its flash Maid' eertlflrnle ,11
embraces
,
association has announced his the follow- deemed iici-olilliiK" to Lau II.i
': with rice or another cereal. Mus with them and these memories are he says ( t KKI> BV SIIO'KCHATTAHOOCHEE candidacy \\ntc
I tard adds flavor to cheese dishes an Incentive to efforts to establish Bulletin .-. Florida for representative in congress I of Urndfoid Suite of Florida, 10wit lo I the tile h.L btddi'l II !Ih' "
236 Swine Productionin
l {
(
t : bonne. diiru the ,
State four the fourth Florida dis on flint Mon I ..
ham fresh beef and themselves in the same kind of sur Hospital physicians said the I South Half of North N'ept n
4 pork mutton Florida by Dr. A. L. Shealy of Qunrtpr the month of Mti' emliHi'r. IM"! \ '\1. >t
t also to salad new Insulin shock treatment In use trict. Filer seeks the post now of ;North-Kant: Quarter, Sec- In. the 6th\ day of liei-etnb ,Io-.
.1 3I dressings. roundings."We the Experiment Station and W. J. has held by Rep. J. Mark Wilcox of ten 12. Township S South Range I I liiited, thin IHI I day ..if \ I I.
t < When not used in the meat fish, have heard many songs and Sheely of the Agricultural Exten- apparently cured one ill pa 2J iiiKt.:/ roiitiilnlnir,' 20 atimniorH 1937.
L West Palm Beach
tient. Others who announced or Ivnn
receiving the treat (OFFICIAL KKAT)
or cheese dish or a meal some of read many poems about 'the morn- sion Service, recommends a med today he would run for United! 'I I'h" aHHe..Hnii.nt of the pnld prop A J. THOMAS,
+ r these add to Ing glory vines around the cabin ment are "showing Improvement, el" 'tv under. the wild teitlflcaiv IH- leik of Circuit I .
wj.9 seasonings variety
ium type market hog, which is it KtieilIIM In the name of J. M. .. '
door; but we have never heard a was repotted The one discharged States senator next year. Twice Truby. Hi nil ford County 1 di
vegetables or to soup. Cloves or neither fat and chuffy nor long and (I'nleHH Hahl certificate Khnll bo re- ll-D-St-12-3
1 well with song or read a poem about memories as "apparEntly cured" suffeied president of the Florida Education deemed. according to law the prop-
.t tomato
l bay go soup. of the rangy. Packers prefer the medIum from dementia' praecox pre- association/ Filer for several erty di-Htiloed. Ilieieln, will be Hold. \OriCK OK A PHI.U"*'llnx
at the kitchen years
d.d.t" Nutmeg or mace Is often used in pig pen und it be raised to t the highest hiddt-r at the court KOIt TlI: : >.::1:1t:
( 't r'i door or the chickens roosting in Itably. viously considered incurable, hospital has been active In state school affair IIOUHD door on the lest ;Monday In (!Irntite Mill %... HID:
i n spinach, carrots, or pickled beets the tree authorities repotted The first s. He was member of the Dade the month of V".b..r.9:17. : which NOTirn is IIEHIIHV' OIL! i I'::\ .mit
i 4 I M Mashed sweet-potatoes seasoned big right'close to grandma lit thu Olh day of I->ei ember, 1)J7. J W IMeVHlt, holder oflnx. c' !-
'k. 's window" Medium type hogs well finishedto insulin shock was given him two County school board sixteen years Dated thin 25th; day of October. elite No 4J9, lnHued the Jnd, 'Ini ,t
I t' ,v{ with cinnamon or nutmeg are a fa- I weigh from 165 to 225 pounds, months ago.DOESN'T as chairman 1917OFFICIAL: July. A. Ii )1011. has riled. mi-i, ii
t 1 orite dish in some parts of the For a fuller home life and for 1 ( SEAL) my office and has. mail". n|1'1|ill n
t with good thickness over forequarters .- -- _M --.--- .1. .1 '.IHdUA' for a tax deed to be funned. 111 ,
"n
; country. -.- -I"(. -._ -- : the edification i of others Mr. Nettles back and hindquarters bring LIKE STATEMENT: WAt''JI'L.J.RKET: ACTIVE I j Clerk of 1;h:'cult Court of Said certificate embraces. .1 l
( I.i. said It behooves all farm fam I Itiitdfold <'(.>unt\, loridii.I lowlnfc dew rlhf d piopeit the
: 1;t Onions garlic celery parsley ilies to keep their homes attractive."It the best prices they say. TAMPA-An interview published WAUCHULA-Wauchula's Farmer's ]21-51-11-211 County of Kradford: state: K '-.
canned tomatoes lemons and bacon in a New York ( Herald Tribune Ida to-wll :
costs very little in time and State Market getting under \ouii: OK U'P'.If"'I'.O Com at Southeast Corner of NorthvteHt -
1 fat and other meat drippings ) newspaper quoting .I. B. for its second FOIt TAX I>KP.I> Quarter of l SnuthcuBt uuuitrrAc /
of lawns way season, brought .
M although all are foods rather than money and the returns, both physical ing and shrubbery repair Hodges state democratic ( x-nnle Illll! \... IU1: ) Uiin Ninth 2KO Yard' l I' Punt. ,If
and social are far greater i of the house keeping livestock executive vegetable growers In this section ;\OTII'oJ; IS I 11-;''tJoHv: (n"t c: ThntV ) litRlnnlny.. ThenceeHt 2U( feel",
accessories, are useful too, in makIng committee chairman drew the fire from $3,500 to $3,000 day for the \ S, Slbley I holder' of :i Tax' Certlfli North 210 feet, Hunt 1 211)) fern SI i jtli
a ;
than the expense. away from the home piling the nte No, I : Ito
'A 4 { Inexpensive/ dishes attractive. of Gov. Fred P. Cone here. 74. iRRiied 7th day of 210 feet to FteR-lnnlnff. Acre
Paint rebuilding fences plant- wood neatly and carefully away Hodgeswas past two weeks, according to market July A. D. 19:ID. has filed same, In on ;North; Hide of a 7'>y tiers. rait
s i The tops of celery both fresh and quoted as criticizing President manager James McGee. Prices ,my, office and him made application of land In Nnrthwent>> i IJIIII': ,t
from the
home, and keeping the tor a tax deed to be ,
Roosevelt for l Issued thereon Southeast Quarter "Sect ,Inn :ij T wn
crisp or dried and powdered, are combines effectively with egg.melt.t. yard clean from trash and other making unconstitu are holding up well and the volumeof Said 1 eertlflratw embrace the ship 6 South Range 33 I.lm: i-

excellent for seasoning Parsley in and! vegetable dishes. A thin debris are some of the ways in down tional strikes proposals, encouraging sit- produce Is steadily inci'easing. County following: ut. )dnHcrlbed llradford. State property of Florida In the tulnlno The :assessment 3 Acres. more of the or I..Halt... pi jiet "-

1 J q easy to grow In the garden or in a slice of lemon provides pleasing which rural home-owners can keep breaking promises Recent cooler weather has helped to-wlt: 'ty under the nald rettlfhai, ''H't-
'' y Il window box or flowerpot. It can flavor in stewed about the budget and spreading local and show Kant: Quarter of North-Tout ed wan. in the mime. of Inn Albert
( fi apples prunes, their places attractive Mr.. Nettles lack of crops receipts better Quartet of North-WestQuarter' I'nlcHs' Bald certlfliatu I Hhall ''I' -
,,1 be used fresh or dried. Its flavor black bean soup or kidney stew explained. confidence. Cone without color and firmness. Cucumbersare Snttlun 12. Township 8 South. deemed uu'oicllnH: to law tlu property
calling Hodges by name, said he Itnnun 2J East containing- denrllbed thelelnlll 1,, s/,1A, I<
I lesented bringing from! $250. to $300., :: a..r" more or Ius. to the hlfthent bidder nt .the suit
/ such atntpmenra"__ .from. _.._ a_
-n eggplant $2.85 to $3.80 The aaxt-RBment of the said prop house dour on the flri-t ;Momliv) ) n
man who has been elevated to sucha peppers, arty" under< the cab certificate |Issued| the month' of December, 1917: wh. ,hIs
rn \1f r > $150 to $230; yellow and white was In the name of Lnknown the Nth' day: of DoccmliPaled .
; :;: ":: Tf) r position by the Democrats ofFlorida. squash $1.50 to $2.00; green beans UnK-HH) Bald certificate. shall be redeemed thin JHIh day ".1 '
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U. ai'ioldlllK< to law the pi op- 1937.
to .' $) ., -' .'./?. ''lmmj't .k $2,60 to $3.OO, hamper; okra. $2.60 city d"H"'IIo..d i ( therein will be Hold ( '
... "" : Ci, 'i L. >. --- to $3.25 a bushel; tomatoes field! to the highest' bidder at the court A,dSTHOMAS.!':
,.. .' J'O_ I J 7 ""' J<-(;TIIOlt COURT house door on the first Monday) In ( lerk of CircuitllimlfoKl "I' n..
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1! / YJ $2.70 to 'the '
.... LEESBURG run $3.25.TRAIN month of December" l'U7!! which 1 Count. K I.10295t1126 In.
.. Truman G Futch IH I the 6th day of December l 1937.
._h _
4i ./ ......' of Leesburg/ has announced he SClII ))(j LE
: _; ,.. --r__ ,
4l(V% would be n candidate: for the supreme Our schedule changes April 25th

.# court in the 1938 Democratic and trains will run as follows. FUNERAL DIRECTOR
NJ.6 7] !w/n I CaI7/1{
if I
primary He said
he
would en- Southbound ,
;, I i :.My :Many leari E"J'f'rlenc.Iulu': it PossIble for :Me to RndrrEFF'IC'IENT .
$ ter Group 2. which Chief Justice No. 1-Due Staike 11:31: P.M
&
r ?..' u00 .nJON.s u lt Ellis said he would enter when he No. 15-Due Starke 4'57 P.M. : PROMPT: and COURTEOUS SEK1C;

;t 1 TIlE ;MOST BEAUTIFUL: TILING ON \HIEELS qualifies for re-election. Futch Is No. 107-Due Starke 9:16: A.M. :MODERATE PRICES

a former state senator and was No. 191--Due Starke 10:39: P.M. DeWITT'' C. JONES
} I AGAIN OUTVALUES!' THEM: ALL! president of that body in 1936. He NorthboundNo. Stnrke Florida

N was born at Hampton, Bradford 2-Due Starke 5.00AM: .

jf County Florida" on Oct. 1, 1891.


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NOVEMBER 19. 19.17
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BRADFORD COUNT TELECmAPU.: STAKKE, FLORIDA PAGE SEVPtT'1i1tIt'll '
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DIRECTORY

( STATE'S ATTORNEY OFFICE the hostesses for the afternoon I players and Airs. Whitfield won IiI

rIH sTB \?TNT CHURCHu Till BRIDE Atra Alurphree and Airs Godwin handkerchief After Airs, Wiggins
IMPORTANT LEGAL I
AGENCY I had opened, her gifts a delicious
I'u..tor
(Jlo' .\. :-hl'llhert "
"t" U'" --- Kiilert.ilns: lirldft/n/ | nalad course was serx >d Armi.s-
School. 10 clock a. m..
SunJtt> Siipt. WORE The following article describing i I her a-id! (October the state's attorney At the home of Mrs. Fancher i fire !Day favors added l to the atI -
,
J, Thomas! RED '<01101 the j trnctlvenexs of the plates" and deep
k"
Jo Worship 11 a, m. J,. tmpol.tant01' cared ecamlncd 110 witnesses nnd Thursday afternoon Mrs, Fancher.

Morning p U meets at 6:30: p. m. ( s mi hy t'-.e State's Altorney I -rom their taw tint( ny determined' If .und Mis. Giiner were hostesses ata I I' red dahlias centered the beautifully

?, Y Woishlp, 7:30.: aura nee tM \ office in this circuit was taken there was sufficient basis for fur'ther bridge tea honoring Sirs Wiggins appointed table in the dining room

rvcnmg teachers Meeting Wednes- u q M ,tvp h I from recent issue of the Gainesville : prosecution of the caws turn Airs Drew won high score j .. .-
atiSYNOPSIS
g, s r I
Daily Sun: ed over to him.
.> !.' p m. prize u china bon bon <.dish and I Five of the thirty-two presidents

fat < 'k Prayer service, Wed30 -! _Annl, it hlnKer In It had ,i: Among the most Important of Five prelimlnaiy hearings were Mrs." Jimmie Hitch as holder of 'i of the United States were twice
D1l ; slipped mind, the
my completely. i state
legal/ agencies are thetalc's attended by the state's In
attorney low of sta- married Fill" I ,
score received a box Tyler more Henju-:
m. I uittcrlront cafe In j
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Jt:11101jjTCliUnCIl Tcrrculo. JIOHliiK Sorry I can't be there when you i throughout the state. ;
and
: justice is best served consolation with the bridge and Wilson
prize
IIH a uomiin of tell I
piwltlmi.llT Hud! Aimalia"Gullio
KOVU.. ,\. Fisher, Pastor I I ,1. C Adkins stale's attorney for by holding a preliminary hl'lIrlngbefm'e
\\i-cls' *iintuii.> Is the stared at the he had
paper
lot school -10 a. m. the Eighth Judicial Circuit, embracing the committing magistratein / -
Sun result ol wealthy' fount ,\rmu.lIa' typed as! If it were a death warrant.Everything .
Ml.ningWorshlplla.in.Effwoith.. Alachua Clilchrint. Levy, many felony cases, it Is pointed -
L"ague-6:4: p. m. ilriuiUfii. itliliu. !She hueeuroanter. : was explained now, the Bradford Baker and Union Counties out A preliminary hearing Is UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO.I. .
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d iiilllo, tlie, \'III.. p beautiful lady's
Worship-7:30: p. m. easymanner with recently jn-epaied a resumeof requited in all cases where the defendant -
Evening ,
prayer meeting, Wednesday at postman mill despite| herself Is him. Milt-la's familiar use of herfirst I the work done by his office dur may possibly he sentencedto ('. :McCAnK, President
drawn to him. Then she meItmll *-!is name.
ing the months of September und capital punishment
J 30 P are m.invited to all\ these serv- I'nI and though; IUt Is engaged He Jumped up. There was no October, and he explained the procedure The state's attorney filed 56 LIFE INSURANCE
INDUSTRIAL
you ( ..
Maililrlcnii; she reHIlllpM plan hi his! mind. lie simply know
which was followed In cur- Informations In ('uR[>involving :less
| Ices. to gain his \\0\f H 0 Ihllt that he must walk with his
her two I lying out the woik It follows: than capital climes, and at vacation J.iCKS0NVILi.E, riX>KII).V
nrrlt 1 ran stretch into thoughts
Kiwruood Baptist Church I After taking testimony and arraignments between the
1'uator i a /lilt-lime. Her money In Rime. Rounding a bend In the road he terms of
Hnnilngway
H. the circuit court
IIf'. 1 I' making a preliminary Investigation /: thirty-
Sunday Bible' hut the \*,hue 1'rnta l I.. junt u slaited down the mountain path nine accused l R. H. Geiger G. L. SappRepresentative
Services every the stale s attorney filed a dismissal persons were arraigned
gitiJy! 10:15 a. m. Services at 3:30: while" olf. In di-Hperittiiiii, she, und It WHS but a minute Inter that petition in twenty-six canes and plead guilty. Itepri'HentatUe
decides' to staycur It. Perhaps" he and Annl saw each other simul
o'clock In afternoon. thereby discontinuing further prosecution In all homicide! cases. where the
Itiull/ ulll choose .
that night/; to taneously.Her '
cause of death the
of the person involved. or person I'e-
BErtlKI! HUM'1ST CIIUKCH |iiupiis... iiilio limit ice, her uulinpplnosH eyes flashed to I the telegram Forty-two office conferences' sponslnble is unknown it U necessary b

Kfl.. Oonnley, Pastor but she .refuses In stuck in his hatband. Frantically hold
weie held with sheriffs. Constables, to <1 u coroner's Inquest,
Cervices every first Sunday. HsftiNH. It with dim, iiuiiri ....- she wondered Just how. much he police officers and other luw en- nnd doting September and October

Sunday School 2:30: p. m. I en'tly tlilt she Io\es him.Clmptrr knew and whether he hated her for forcemi-nt officials who called upon a representative' of the wtnte's at- KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME 1

Bible Study and Prayer Services I i lit deceptionShe I j i the stale's attorney's office for ail- torney's office" attended two such

every Saturday: night.St. !Sea,>n smiled slowly, seductively I'| vice and consultation In the performance Inquests.In .
Mils. < Mi-r.\IIK Attendant'
,
I Ijiily
"You I ?
Mark'i Episcopal Church see I'm accepting your In- of ther duties and with Levy County the fall term of I ICOUI.t

Morning. prayer and Sermon on Annl stood before the long ovalmirror ,'itaUon'oul,1 you still like IlIl'l j I citizens Interested various casesbeing lusted the better part of two ..a

fie second and fourth Sundays at I Image. and She smiled tilted buck her head at her to own oneside" to"I look would at your be honored little house" ?" '|I ( handled by the state's attor- i, weeks, with cases charging the I 43: \V.'t Imrch St. SO. &>(. George !St.
ney.
11 a, m. Holy Communion SaInts l birdlike. larceny or changing the marks of
Yes the
at 10 a. m. Litany and choir peasant She threw, him a quick glance {Under the procedure of criminal hogs being the only cases actually h
pay) delrndle was .JACKSON\IM.K! .\. :Al'OllSTI.XE, I'L\
decidedly becoming.The
practice every Friday night at 7:30: but his eyes were steady and im- prosecution the state's attorney Is tried before the court In one

m dressmaker was about to passive. As they slatted up the ) requited to hear or secure theswom case the defendant was acquitted
p leave. In a timid voice she asked Phone S-1538 Phone 37
road she chattered: with him care testimony of witnesses in and in another u mistrial was de 9

Chrlitlan Church "Could Signorina give me the usual lessly as if she had not a care' In behalf of the prosecution before Glared Eight convictions, Including -

Services at the Christian Church one hundred hue in advance the world. His an information Is filed .,
answers came onlyIn I against any three pleas of guilty were recorded -
every Sunday morning and eveningat now ? monosyllables accused persons. During Septem- during I the court term. l

eleven and seven o'clock respec But Annl waved! her out .-. -
airily. Then reaching the house, Gullio -- -- ,

tively.Kinsley. "Just put the whole bill on my pushed open the living room door. I BETHEL FLA. STATE FARM I IT BELONGS


/: Lake Baptist Church: "C" '< U .Mrs. ICulph Julne.v; 4'orrenpondeut Mrs. Bryan \\hltfleld, Cor. ilN

Rev. Ivan Bohannan, Pastor laugh-I IN YOUR ICE-BOX
Preaching services every fourth IaAnni! looked up and her ....ile Hev. and Mis. L. A. Donnelly 1lrs.0'\ G. l\ti ills and little < .

Sunday, 10:30: o'clock A. M. sunshine through the mitt. and Mr. and Mis. Kllery Glisson ler Alice Ann spent the past. ,
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i t "I'm all right. I ....e.1' ... and baby were visiting RalphGaln..y weekend with relatives in Jack- 'i AT HOME >

:w : and family Sunday after sonville.! '
L \1\\ nI'1'IST; CHURCHTim
noon. Air. and Mis. K. W. Edwards of 1
Rev. (1. E. t'lltihmv, Pastor MI I
Sunday School 9:45: a. m. H. B. Mr. and Mis. Joe Griffis and Atelrose were guests of Air and I\
r childien. of Clay County were vis
Arwood Airs! Martin Giiner. Tuesday 1
Supt. K. E.
Lee
iting nnd family Sun
:'IomlngVorshlp, 11 a m. Air. and 1\1I's. J. A. Houvier re

B. Y P. V. meets at 6:43: ; p. m. day. turned home Monday after visiting
l.nmgVol'shlp.; 7:30: p. m. at'' 71"MV, as'f Mrs 1-'. 11. Coleman and childrenwere the families of their sons! in All-)

Midweek! Prayer Service. Wednesday .I the week-end guests of her ami unit of their daughter In AleIntoHh. -

7:30 parents Mr and Sirs II. L. Lee. Their little grandson, I
: p. m. i '
Choir! Practice Friday, 7:30: p. m.I I I Air. and 1\ll's. Wilbur Willard and Richard Me I In e, come with them

- baby of Jacksonville were the Dir and Mia. A A. Jordan and I '

week-end guests of !\Wlllard's sons spent the Armistice holiday

I I Ir It parents> Air. and Sirs C. C. Norton I with datives In Dothan. All I

Alts. J. Al. Aloncilef and Airs. J.
BOB JONESComments H. Monet f tiainualtYUn' C I i
and their (laughterswere
al
Tommy Lee has! rchll ned home % jy aR ww
after spending several months In guests of relatives in Havana I \
On Here Ga., and Alailannu dining the -
Detroit Alkh.. with fi lends>
.. week-end. The patents ofIr! ,, I
And HereafterSome --- -- --
I III'XT.nSID.1': ; ; la s'r AToncrief rdul ned with them for a

I visit with both families.oilmll' I r"s
TALLAHASSEE Flftvthree'narnc'lI '

modern professors have led appear on the roster of the"MestaWhile I Ice-cold Coca-Cols U ready (for Ib Ibyou
\\ flnli :.MeetsAn
young people to believe! that science -I *
account. And will have the Annl looked about in rapturous Club" compiled In
has made sin safe. They have you Interesting: Armistice program any lime you want it, when you
She loved it all, the the office of the Commission of '
( dress on time won't ? Thank wonderment ,
you lidded to the
that enjoyment of
the Idea to youth Jt I
conveyed you so much." glass clouts in the buck leading to ( Game and Jo'r."h'uter, Fish und. the keep a supply in your, family i
regular of
the0"
meeting
to be I
Is In
not necessary our day
Her breath wus fast as the hillside the burnished pots filed for h.foimation with! County
gooa' All we have to do Is to be coming I man's Club Tuesday Aha. Jordan / refrigarator. Order by the cast
the walls end the fire Judges, and con.seivatlon officers of
she leaned against the door !Muney hanging on
gave an nilicle I the
can'ful.'e read about blrthcontroi I upon meaningof
clinics and prophylaxis sta- i money. A million voices seemed to i hat crackled merrily In the grate |! the Commission Those whose Armistice Day and Miss Hea- ((24 bottle) from your dealer.

be clamoring for It at mice. They "Of course' Gullio said watching mimes appear on this list have been trice Cox
lions, This Is nothing more or I an uppropilate> poem. At
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shrieked at her in her sleep\ huunl'ngly her "You're used to so much | convicted l of breaking the game the conclusion of the business
IMI than scientific effort to do session
a
laws of Florist' since the close of
'! I lerrlfyingly."Annl more than this. It must seem very
wrong and, get away with it. It lust pieslded' over by the I picHl- STAItKK; COCACOI.AHOTTLI.MJ
to live in. the hunting season February
little to have
? It I
Maria
was emerg 'dent Airs. '
Richards the members Itt
CJP be done. "The of fin
wages I ] 10:: 1037. and under Floll Ida< law are I
She sank Into a low chair. "These I present enjoyed u nodal hour and CO.MIVVNYStyling
!Is loath "The soul that sin- bed- I not eligible to purchase hunting license i
she 111111"mu..cl -
j need cleaning delicious
curtains refreshments served 1 by
Seth It shall die. No man was
for Ihe cut rent R<'!isun. If
: face, absently. Then with a .
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eve shrewd enough oren -
big enough, with
found without licenses
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hunting or
!
"Yes."hat.s ? remembered the Importance -
r up ,.tart she ,
IIKII: of a genius, to do wrong con.se vation officers win
) "You know that maid of the Con- of her errand She "gestured
mi s>et away with it. The game them.
of sin unbeatable. was tessa's'! ? The one that's always to the envelope in his hat. "Why nppiehcnd t t / o* diffm.nt at
s NApoleon
a great genius. Alexander the pumping me about you' ? A little ,don't you deliver your telegram ? tiled child "Holieve me, Anni it thibH IIt." bla..r beautiful.loohina for.

while ago I was Hiking< to her and If I'm keeping you ]I doesn't mailer I love you," ..r looVIna low.
Croat was! a great conqueror They I pricvd car.
she let drop that yesterday the "H can wait a little while She rose at that and pulled away
coulo beat If therewere
not the
game. andn ]I Contesst sent a telegram to Count They seemed to be shut off from: :rem him. the tears flowing dawn
no God and no heaven "
What s-lils-narne the world und the vast truth came her ('h'ekR.'hat right have you 4
> h..IIt\ would still pay to live n Sreolh-pow.rful
decent life I "Armada ? Annl asked hoarsely.: to Annl overpowerlngly that I
straight, upright "That's night Saying how much wnntej to leave that she | postman.' I'm a !lady" IV&PJ& brah i for modern \
travel .
I She liked you but what a mysteryyou would like to stay here like this j| lived ; maximum, motoring giving \\ 1J"pro.dlon.

We- read a great deal about the are and would, he please tell forever. I .

'new morality" This "new mor- her who "you are and where you "Tell me about where you come : What ;you were a moment before r e r

allty" I lea has grown out of teach- come from." from," Guilio said I suddenly. that has nothing to do with it," 1 I

lug that man is an animal. He Annl swayed a little, stunned by "About Tileste, the way you live ; "I'm a lady do you hear?" she iXATNSNOCRIa001

h"s> no mind and no soul; therefore I the thunderbolt. Her ears: seemed theie." i cited. "YoU'VE' got no right to talk 1TEIRINO) j

whatever he wants he has a right to roar. There was so mut-h to Her heart pumped. "Why do you : to me like that You've got no able So tofe)to-deferent.to comfort.. '

to have. We have heard a great think of only nothing made sense. want to know ?" right Panic was In her heart andit "ho world 1 antwurNllArerrau(1 i iride. / p
"
deal I for the last few years about Her hotel! bill the dressmaker'sfee "So many elegant ladies and gentlemen swept her out of the door. She ) ,+

trial marriages. That is un anlru.il, Maria's savings that she had, I come here from everywhere.I must run. inn. There were her ( r /

Idea. It belcngs to the barnyard borrowed. They; all confionted have often wondered about what beautifully laid plans rind I a |>mt- Larger Interior l;.

and the forests. The evolutionary' her. they left behind them." I man was trying to upset them all. lighter, brighter" color* ,

hypothesis has clone more ti> damn I But there was the one thing she She Blared at him but his eyes So Intent was she on flight that as : / pond. ,Unlifeel making" each construction ''d p

the modern world than any other ;could do. Just one Frenziedly, she were grave; and quite serious. At I she leached the shallow gully a ,body,' a torn of

l Idea< In our modern world accord- :tore off the dell ndle and got Into a this she took heait. Perhaps the few yards! away, she stumbled overa .Iy.

In? to the opinion of the writer. talking: suit "At the Fe.stii," she telegram was not about her after !) rock and fell/ In a heap.

C jasped, "Hudi's, gilt to propose at all. She began to speak at first Guilio was beside her holdingher Gitka tno moil em. ,

The writer ha* often referred, to .he Festa.! Maria., that means! the haltingly Then hugging' her' knees lightly. "Annl! Annl are you dmtambinarien, of

the behavlorlstic philosophy abroadIn Contessa: must not receive that and staring Into the fire she lost i hurt power dependability.aoalntf economy. and

the land. Watson the psychologist -: telegram I need time I've got to herself in the emotion of her tale '' She looked up and her smile was

taught that man his no mind lave. time.; the story of what had never been sunnhine through mist. "I'm all e e ,

and Hi" soul. He Is just u piece of i ":-tow, where are you going ?" There wrs: a b'g white stone light I guess Very unexpected." Gl.lna draft Ireranae, mofc., t t

anlrnul) machinery. He responds to I :Maria demanded house In which she and her mother She moved to rise, then flinched Wfnd,hf.i z :
and
the stimuli. He Is affected altogether A strange, thill smile formed! on had lived Now she lived there "Aly bhc lul<'i'. It hurts." / / au> axurl.acsn.o'Individually i ie

hy his surroundings. As aInaller Annl's lips. "To a little house on a alone. In the garages were two "Let me see." controlled ldell.n.'ON .

of fact, that he Is not morally hill." automobiles one a shiny limousine Their faces! were very near and I MASTER Dr IUIfI I

leaimnsible. There Is no God. And In the small shack that was i and the other an open car for when I in that moment Annl looked at him MODELS

no heaven no hell no mind no '11!! telegraph office, Guillo sat at the sun shone. There was a chan for the first tune without& pretense. lp

.""1 nothing but man and he Is .Us desk solemnly! engaged, In a ffeur to drive and a footman to Her eyes were wide and no longer d'' !' f $ \

'thing' but a piece of'animal ma- ;; ame of checkers with little cousin open the'door In the harbor she shuttered and all that she had held R

chin..ry! Whatever he wants hew Pietro. had a white yacht with two funnels back since that first day floodedto CN ONI'i 'hI

a right to have. That explains Suddenly the telegraph ir.stru- and on nice days they lIailed'tloni' the surface.

Pletroumpcd waterfront of Tiieste. "Gullio" she whlspeied Just once I l.n Clam.M ,. ,
the way u great many people tent began clicking and : the u M..w.N 1 uj m<*M mope ih* tahrtalt

liv.. The young.people are not alto up excitedly. "For UII, cou- "There are twenty no fifteen and then his hips| were crushed to

to' .' blame. Modernistic in. The third this week." bedrooms in the house" she! said hers and the kiss that she had 'THECARTHATISCOMP1ffEIt's

1Ic Ht" 'others, supported by tax- Cuillo nodded with i dignity. huskily. "In mine U an enormous wanted burned, through her fierce

"d sometimes by churche' 'Yes." Hut his fingers shook a lit- bed with a swan at the head. And )Iy.

the began to come everything Is white, even the tele Clasped so In each other stay drive
ire responsible to a great .le aa message; great to a Chevrolet when can
you get
He had been awaiting! it phone." Her chin quivered and they were unuv'are of the world, .
>i the breaking down of through. rilE GS
tI( ''lity of people. .ear since the Confesst had sent large tears stood In her eyes a.s she oblivious to the sudden gust ol : 'M all of Chevrolet's modern advantages at such

young I I her telegram to( Count Armulia. C( nltnued to spin her fairy tale. wind that tone the telegram from BOL OF bSAV low prices and with such low operating costs.

''"MM 1.\!>Inn !SKNTKXC'KI; 'Vas it his imagination or dW the 'And the partlen.; Guillo the cle- Guilio's hat and carried It away

clicking: key contain an ominous ?lInt people who come to my house far below to the lake There it CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION,C.....,M.,..1 Sebt C.r"o..H.., DETROIT MICHIOAN

.Ta''IPA! Judge- Alexander Ak- .lote ?" Duke> and duchesses princes even. poised delicately on the water for -- .. -",.,.... -

, mai "ntenced "Contessa Dl Mclna. Casa Nobill, They kiss my hand .' Then all at ap instant then swiilud Into the
John C. Wright,
I, m', .. the message began. once her head was on her knees depths
t L0' ''lt Nobleton, Kla., postmaster, Fej rano little joke. I was and great; pitiful sobs wracked her ((iiilllo him drrliiMMl 1 Ids line.Ulll .
Torode
-n Forgive my
months in a federal re- / Chevrolet Co.
fern for embezzlement. HeW merely Juggling upper and lower slender< frame. lie ims.lriHhly aId Annl to >
ec. Vivaldi is- Gutlio's arms were around her curry through her deception
J pl l<'a classes.! Signorina (
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to charge
m: gUilty tt ". cabaret "Poor Annl. Poor lost Annl.: Her !we nevt urrk'ii. enthralling/ In-
; 1"ln3' StilU In governmentIn Suilio held h.s breath, .6 I Starke Floridaf d {
fur ; waterfront bar whimperings were like those of a I b.iiliim) ,
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Bradford County Telegraph I ttROOKERi I DIGNIFIED SUPREME COURT JUDGES New Home Completed EFI''EC'I'l: .hl{: M ,11 lt.t: 1:0\\:

i I ;\ tern (i lnej, C'nrrvHpondent: MUST CAMPAIGN FOR RE-ELECTION Air. and Mrs L. U. Morgan are The farmer from I in .
q Established 1877LORILW.PRESS I greatly pleased with the new home rage was boasting abc, ? ,' vii''
1 I that has been built for them and 'ih "ilet
Cant of Thanks ttvencss of his (
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new ,.
MEMBER The Florida Supreme Court, gen. Springs and Truman G. Futch of they will move In in the near fu- "Srnte: I sc ""I,
XVe wish to express our heartfelt put It
I erally "out of politics" at election LeeRbnrg entered the picture tuj P They say that they hope others bird has up" n
I thanks to our friends for the ventm'pdI
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many
' I ( ASSOCIATION tuke the Justices Buford and Kills. their house and the II i ,, it
1, kindness shown us and for the time may campaign spotlight against will see get mle! of the field }, ,. ,
f f1 ; next Gillis, of the State Senate fe\er" that the .
many floral offerings during our year.Candidates president "home building so cun't beat that" \\
I 4 autu a td 3ioteiiajl already have announced announced for group one. lie community will progrews. J. AI.
I, ; recent bereavement In the loss of The "locals'' how .. .
b against the three justices criticized tha court for recent Yantz was the contractor ,,
devoted father '"
Published: Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class S a Mr. and Mrs T.V.. Markey. whoso commissions soon will expire -I thue-lhree divisions of the JusticesIn .... .---__ to be outdone.

+ With the. field still open, po- cases to I be decided "I can beat It." ,,
run
::Matter: at the Post. Office at Starke, Florida WOODLAWN. Farmer m" I ,,1 '
1 litical observers predict others may Justice Buford promptly announced Hoberts "|I. ,I'' .
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i !School 1'roKraintThe A. J. Cor. K
j :Mrs Yurkruugli
? get Into the races he would run In groupone put up a Hcareuow wh, .
tj ?( E. Matthews: _Editor and Ownert" Brooker school has for the It is the first time since 1926 and Justice Ellis; said he would eU I the birdaoRita h'r- nl" I'n,
1 past three weeks carried out the AlTss Debbie Phillips of Alaxvlllo them ""
:t that n court Justice seeking reelection go Into group IWo brought !bath i 1\.,.
SUBSCRIPTION"' RATE which her sister Airs. J. S. ,pO''our
respective were visiting!
i programs was it had
I'' ; has been opposed. A Justice Then Flitch Semite president in stolen.vui| .>( ,I",.
; 1 Yearly, $1.50:> ; Six Months. 73c: -Payable In Advance called for: Temperance Program, has not been defeated since 1935::;, entered group two. He said Norman Sunday afternoon, I -_-------- _- nut.
H n ;; Mother's, Day Program, and Armistice Miss LeoU Norman Webster
i1 I1" Advertising Hates on Application 1916. the Constitution "reserves to the ,
: Y Yt' Program At our Armistice 'A'as visiting relatives here last: SHE: h.l:\\ tU: I II us
The terms of Chief Justice W. people the power to elect membersof
TALLAHASSEE; IS AN EXCELLENT: HOST program last week Mr. McIntyre H. Ellis Justice Rivers H. Buford the Supreme Court. week. Smith disliked
r gave a splendid address.Mr. Air. and Airs Wade Gaaklns of having His ohoti)
h l If ever anyone was royally entertained members! of the and Justice! Roy H. Chapman will Court Justices are elected for six- Lawtey were visiting her mother graph taken but one .la\, L H.Utt) (
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W expire In January, 1939. Ellis and year terms. There 1 lit nothing in struck him und he .
i1 Florida Pi"ess: Association were at their convention in Tallahassee and Mrs D. Webb and Buford are candidates for reelection the Constitution that prohibitsopen Airs., .1.I S. Norman Sunday after wife's request that he ago( 111,

1 I lal'lt'k.. From the time we editors arrived in the : children spent the week-end in but Chapman has not formally campaigns for the offices. I noon. the camera. sh ,,'; la.
Jacksonville.Mr. 1 J. of Water
Airs S.
Air. and
Sapp
i:; i Capital City, until the time we left there was! "never a dullmoment" and Mrs. R E. Ha/.en and announced whether he will run. Two Justice regularly are elected I Oak were visiting Mr. and Airs. J, The proofs clime I h.,", k \\ "Pn i L,
Chapman Is serving the unexplred two( There are six just -
i s; with e'el'ythingfrom night clubs to the Woman'sCollege children were visiting in Starke term of the late Justice Fred ti t Ices every on the years.court S. Norman Monday eveningOscar wife saw them she exi-im. !!,, i 'oh< ( .

3 cooperating with the city to show visitors a good Sunday afternoon. Davis. Governor Fred P. Cone appointed Next year Is the bo-called "oft'enr" Carter and son, Richard!, Arthur coat you've!" only .m i niun.in,

t ', time. l>lr. and, Mrs. H 1'. Carney, Misses Chapman his law partnerfor cf elections. The three Supreme : attended the Rlngling Brothers cir your

Eva Fay and Vet a Gainey and twenty-five years, when Justice Court Justices, u United cus Friday afternoon. j "Thank goodness" h,, aisle, | ,|I.
1 Everything was done in the grand! manner. For instance, Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Raulerson and "You've noticed it at las!
.4 Davis died suddenly last June. The States Senator and two State Rail- Mis., E. J. Hill of Plant City is TM(
what was unauspiciously: listed: on the program as a "box children attended church services appointment holds until the (people load Commissioners me the only visiting relatives here this week i: why I had my photo taken Till

Ii tai I lunch" at Wakulla Springs turned out to be a splendidly served at Shady Grove Church near Trenton elect a successor next year for the offices to be filled! by Statewidevote Airs Oscar Carter was shopping I Iin I Bits

I p Sunday. remaining two genre of the Davis in 1938. Five district Congressmen ; Jacksonville Thursday after- -- --.
meal with more fried chicken than we have ever seen on
; Rev G. K.: McCauley filled his term I are to be chosen. noon. A 1K\SKK: : !
Il't,' ; 4 a plate at one time. Thursday\ night members of the Association regular appointment at North J Tom Watson of Tampa, form. For the first time In modern history Clyde and, Willie Strickland of

, were entertained at Capital Gardens Tallahassee "hot Pleasant Grove Sunday. er member of the House and one- of the State voters will find Graham WI'I'e'I.IUng. relatives The two brothers were "llgaj"

spot," and Friday night they were on the receiving end of a Air. and Mrs. Vance Russ were time candidate for governor, announced they do not have to pay poll tax here last week in the retail coal business'! an..! on
i' \ visiting friends in Trenton Sunday he would 1 seek election as of $1 a year. Because of this, political Funzo Strickland of Mime was was converted to religi" Fo
;, royal dinner given by theVomun'8 College. Later came anY A large crowd from here attend. Dav!!,' successor. observers estimate the total called home I list Sunday to the bedside weeks he tried to |I't'' ,u.," h,..

', ; other dance at the American Legion Home Gilbert Freeman ed the Junior Class play In Sturke L). Stuart Cillis of DeFunitili vote may run to 300,000 or more of his stepmother, Airs. John brother to Join the church,

did a grand job of planning it all, and if he had any head- I Friday evening. -- Strickland "Why can't you Join the ,chore.
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s tit Iql aches he managed to keep his troubles to himself.It The chicken supper which had Red Cross Going Fine SCOUT NOTESThe D. Carter was a business visitorto like I did ? he asked

been: planned by the Brooker P. T. Jacksonville Monday "It's a fine thing for you to br t
i is easy to see why some towns are so attractive to vis- More than 100 members have already Lonzle Norman of Miami Ion to the church "
was ,
A. for Nov. has replied the
Friday. 19 been Boy Scout Troop held Its
itors, and if Tallahassee shows the same hospitality to all her indefinitely postponed.Mrs. I Joined the Red Cross In the regular meeting here Thursday visiting his sister, Miss Bertice brother. "If I join who'll welg''!
annual Roll Call drive here and T.
f' guests as was lavished on newspapermen last week, there simply S. B Crosby and children 1 F. Landrum chairman expressed night of last week. Scout Master Norman, last week-end. the coal- Wall St. Juurnil

h won't be any stopping that grand old town. ,' Phillip Vesta and Warren Crosbyof : himself as being highly pleased Elmo Struth told patrol leaders -

o a St. Petersburg spent last week : with the results of the first week.It that they could add a new man to
''c qf here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. Is reported that seventy employees their patrols when they had been FLORIDA

EVER HEAR OF A TRAINED FISH A. Crosby of the State Farm have already successful In getting every other

We might say a word here for the benefit of those who -- -.-- joined and that twenty-six man in the patrol to pass the tenderfoot SEA ISLAND COTTON

.1 Landrum tell about the fish of GUM BRANCHAnnie teachers In B. 11. S. have become test. Bruner Baker has
: have heard Mayor "jumping been r
added to the Owl Patrol under
members. The Junior Club Women u\cdin t/tc
a ;, Wakulla Springs" and have considered it just another fish I >!.._.. Marriage, < .or.I will canvass the residential sectionof this new ruling. I I A,,1lr' n nnitiu/ucfttli' of

i 11? story. But it really docs jump the log. We saw it with our Starke Saturday Mr. La nil rum The Scouts wish to express their
+ I Misses Helen and Dorothy Nor- .5 / ;
'1 I own eyes, and it kept right on jumping as long as anyone man were dinner guests of Miss aaid. deepest regret over the passing of 1 'I/ SOWING THP.EAC.
one of their brother Scout's father. I
r ; I ; stayed to watch. When our glass-bottomed boat first reached I Arsula Crosby of Rising Sunday. I Tim Torruella's father
HKMCIETTA KKYNOLUS died Friday 1 The final cotton m the world"jot lunnUf aukn doc
; the spot Henry-as the fish is called-was not in sight. The ''I XV. H. Carter and son, J. D., and Mrs Henrietta Reynolds, 03: of morning November 12. Tim Is one I 1 r .< finer sewing thread! and Sea bland Cotton is the bee
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and of the Claude MOI'ganve'e, guests of J. t'f the patrol leaders. conon money an buy-better than imported Egyptian
negro guide called loudly soon Henry came out Graham tiled Wednesday night at
P A. Harnage and family Sunday. ( coicon,and it'a Amirmm Gnu All Lily eh mi
bushes, pulled along side of the log and flipped himself! neatly Alias Audrey McRne and Mrs. her former home at seven o'clock. -Tracy Baker A Reporter. I r?/rO m are made from Amrriti cotton and we invite you te
She had been 111 for several months --| .in.M
tat them for Kicnftb and amooth aewing qualiiio.
i i across He kept repeating this procedure until the boat Tom Stokes and daughter MLteElla
of an Incurable malady. Funeral ; ...lot a 30 wd_pie mn-Mdt free Sa IJIa 4
k 3 I left. Of course, we are reluctant to believe that the fish;' was : of Jacksonville were visiting services will be held this noon (FrIday More Apples Given oociofl frown in Flonda. .tar W..C"O'.SJwRor.N c.
Mrs T. Norman Saturday. Mrs. G. P.
'. I trained, so perhaps you can explain it for us. Rev. J. E. Anderson spent the ) with the Rev. W. M. Moody of WPA commodities Raymond! here In charge states I
officiating at North Cemetery
Jt o I week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. where interment Prong will also be.- that apples will again be distributes I

THERE'S A PURPOSE BEHIND THOSE CENSUS BLANKS Sapp. Mrs. Reynolds was born In Geor ed from the warehouse Saturday TABIL.ITYFACE
Little Newmans
+" s Some people will probably misunderstand the blanks they the week-end Harley In Pine Level as spent the gia, April 3, 1812 of Ben and Mary morning. j I IiiMiii.ii -

, 1,, % receive this week to fill in for the Government's unemployment guest of his grandparents Mfr and Yarbrough also of Georgia and she
moved to Florida
twenty-eight : pun P'III.I'IO\ -
Mrs. H. M. McRae. .
nl census. These: are in no sense an application for a job years ago. IN 1111'11'1' ..0111... KH.HI'H: .If.
' 'tl' i.i J. S. Sapp and son Elilon, and J. 1)11.111. i.IILt..I" mi ,I>VOHH
$, I Y and no immediate hope of employment is held out to those E. Anderson were visiting H. D. The deccaaeals, survived by her nil'%'r\-, "s'r" 1'1'.1 j IIP KI 1.1:11111',

-, a ; who fill in the information. The census i is being taken sim- Starling Sunday afternoon. j I I husband. J. R, Reynolds, and by IKi.v: : Complainantvs. P. ."'il':", I THE FUTURE,
eight children two brothersand I
i r ply to determine as definitely as possible the actual number of B. M. McRae and O. J. Jackson one sister. Mis. Reynolds was a kI.irh< i: o .ToxnM.: : '
were guests of J A. Harnage and 1'1)1\1/I/t': i
persons unemployed; in the United States at this time. On the r.imily Thursday member of the Primitive Baptist Defenhtht' I WITH CONFIDENCEThere
It nppwrlua ,I.v nrrid.iMt ,
eI) basis of the information thus gathered it is expected that Airs. A. J. WllUima and Airs. Church Funeral arrangements I rn Ih" din riled i III (Ih" nppcnile.l aiHir*.- I Inriitecl
were In chaise of the DeWitt C IHIIKIllml Alice n. Jone, tiiilcfciuliint ..
l .' President Roosevelt will prepare a progran>alesigned to relieve Louise Denmark. of Jacksonvillewere Jones Funeral Home. I therein.. nanii'il' ,IH a nuiirtHlflcnt is a GULF LIFE sent near
guests of their Air. of the State 1 of Klorltla.I and r.
;i rp ; the unemployment) situation and. present it at the regular ses arid Mrs, J. S S.ipp Thursday parents afternoon .. C'aiullnii In n ronlilent. river or the Tuber nica 'Hy.of t\vikntv. North you-uk his assistance in preparing a

MM HKLLY: IHKSFim : one years; It Is i theieffirfi' ordered.
January.r ; )... thnt .nl'id l nnn-l.esldrtrt... (1ffotulnnt tin program that will assure YOUR financial
; the time ascd! j Mr and Mrs. J. S. Tapp attended Kelly eighty-year-old ,
)present you are I and she! In h..I" t 1""II.It.| "ff to appear.
life-long resident and farmer of In 'the '1,111 of filed 1
tht funeral of Mr Honahm Johns complaint In .aid Indcpendencc.
to cooperate in order that the census: may be taken as quickly Bradford died HUSH. nn or .liffoie' Aluniluv, the am a.
q County, jI .
{ I Saturday Tuesday iilav of [i ci>rnr>..r. A,, D. I'J'17.: nthfwlxe ,t -. .7:T p.p.
and economically as possible. If you have not been given a Aliases Hazel and Ella Mae Sapp- night at his 110910 near here. Funeral | the ..11..1//"nn of nalil bill willthe ntrtoar ft.

blank for this purpose: you may obtain one at the postofficeand v ere visiting in Jacksonville services were held Thursday', fi-nilant.taken an cunfeiixctl. by sold iit

Thursday night. afternoon at 3 o'clock at the grave It 'in fin HIT Milled" that thus "r..t.'I' .
fill it in by Satllrda-tlH last, day. Although I
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you may In Crosby Lake IK LiuMfi-hp I mice u week for
J. C. Sapp of Sampson City was Cemetery. four c.IleerlllYe. \ weeks In the Htud-
not be able to see any immediate benefit to yourself in this (' Mr. l .lurvlve,1 ford I'ruiniv. ;
a business visitor to this' section Kelly by his wldG'A' ] Ti-leitrnpli" a n"\\ span -
e census it is your duty to cooperate with the man who is trying -, Monday afternoon Mrs. Inez Kelly;; three eons, I I State.'Him?i* ,published. In Haiti Cn.inty and l

.. Enoch: Kelly and Don"tld Kelly who ,,, Octnl.or loih.' J9.1T.OfPUMAl. .
i to and -- -- -- i
that is
help you man : President: Roosevelt ,
d lave ( : 1 SK: \1A 1\
CIIALKKK ,\. PIINGLE at home and Hubert Kelly of I I J. THOMAS
l. t .- 0 Plant City; amj by two daughter, I j I I'lfik. 'Irfnii I'oint. R. E. JEFFCOAT, Assistant Manager

GIVE THE OLD FAITHFULS A REST God in His Infinite Wisdom saw Mrs. Marguerite Brown of Plant I II)' J. II Deputy KKM.V.Clerk P. o. Box:: ILltle ('ltv. Florida

It seems to be easy to fall into the habit of calling upon earth 1'it to Tuesday send the afternoon Death Angel Nov. to 2, Star City ke.and Miss! Nita Kelly of ,Sulii-lior Unlit-it, H.fur Duncan<'.ntj,11I1I1I1"t, HOME OFFICE JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA

the same little group of persons around town whenever there and take from our midst ChalkerA. -10-23-St-H.I1)-- --- --
a .
a is something a little distasteful, but which nevertheless must Pringle who died suddenly Nov. EVERGREEN- ------ 3 s':M---:: ''---m.-. ngr a ....S"-,, .,... --.-
2. as the result of a heart at- I 1 "
; be done:' During the course of a year a score of occasions tack, although he had been subject :Mr. t'. A. Koitlrr, Correspondent < f" ,....'
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I arise when it is necessary for someone to go out and solicit for several months to heart trou- ,

funds for some worthwhile purpose. It is embarrassing and ble. The news of his death cameas children Mir and of Mrs U.iinesvllle Horace Rosier nnd) ....
were visiting F-
a distinct shock to his
unfair that the same ones: should be called on every time to do friends and relatives. many It. E. Rosier and mother Sun- i; f a
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day afternoon.
this work. Air. Pringle was born In Nassau

If an attempt is made to enlist new leaders in any of County. April 9, 1882. He was first week-end Mils Louise with Rosier Miss' Lorene spent the
Rosier -
these drives they usually put up the )plea that they do not have married of M.txville.to Miss Maggie She died McPherson In 1917- at WoodI-iwn. ___

; the time and that "so-and-so" has done the job so well for and on September 12 1920 he was Mrs. C. A. Pringle and children _

the past ten years, why not let him go on doing:, it for the united In marriage to Airs. Daisy S.were Rosier visiting Thursday.PKITKIt her. mother, Mrs. J. _

rest of his life Moseley.: He had four children by .
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ils first wife and five by his sec- -- -
Of course you are busy if you are leading the average life und. (OVKK.S' !STATK

of normal adult. But doubt He was devoted TALLAHASSEE-, S. Senator
a we very seriously if you arer' a husband andathel'
Claude Pepper completed trine-!
busier than the who has allowed himself to bs : .
I any man : imposed approximating 6,000 miles
Mr. Pringle had made his home through
upon for all these years. We have a hunch that you have near Lawtey for the past seventeen nearly every section of Florida be-

1 r an undiscovered talent for leadership and service that you are years and he will be greatly fore he returned to the special session

in p 1 denying the community. missed in his. and the surrounding of congress Nov. 1. his office
S communities.He annoirnced. "Since I have returned
t The next time you are called upon for a job of this kind, Is survived by his widow, to Florid. from the last sessionof Gz

v don't try to shove it off on your friend down the street who Mrs Daisy Pringle, three sons congress I have spent virtually: A

has been "doing so well for the past ten years." Give him a William Pringle. Um.itllla; Waldo and every day investigating the needs

', rest. He deserves it. And the job of making the world into a f.awtey Pringle;Lake four Alfred daughters; J. C., Airs.Pringle W. state requests with regard of: the to people congressional of our gORya.esrd8

l .fit place to live is no more his business than yours. I. Bell Baldwin; Minnie Lee, Jewall. legislation," he said. "During that t J

r, tl 0 and Clara Marie Pringle all: o( time I have visited all but six ofFlorida's -4L4 ....rahx# r $wt( ixar .u.l.f::.; "3 L, .

BRADFORD COUNTY WELCOMES: A NEW INDUSTRYIt Lawtey. Also surviving are twodeps"I11O. sixty-seven counties an-
l em confident I have learned' tine..
was interesting to hear J. K. Bartlett, representative of 'ey Lawtey, St.; Clair three and step-daughtern.Earl Alose- Utltude of our people so that I WE n( iana.... *tt old "OT.r tfca !hill. and through (th. woods Costs less than dr Ying-

1' I Mrs. nay; follow their wishes during the .... va hoiu .. go" that wo ncitod whoa 'lust kid.
Florida Lands Incorporated speak at the notary Club here Robbie Lee', Russell; Mis, Jells lT'
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!Jauntier' St. special session to the fullest of my 0.0 el Florida Motor 11... _w Z.pbn b.... Ul you to visit th.
and describe the Augustine; Mrs Ed-
% Wednesday operation-, present and future, ibihty." hom-lolk. this TbankatfTU th. mod_ 1 1
Froqu.rt .,
way. d.putur.
1i :jar Strickland.: Vero Beach
of his in Bradford County We feel! ; five tow round trip l1)... and JACKSONVILLE
company complimented sister, Mrs Kate Pringle Mrs -- 4 --- terminal right la th. b.art ol town .ak. th. ,

: that after a survey of soil in every county in Florida, Mr. Fannie Hotnaby, M is. Fu Hodge, Pepper Describes Aid r j bua tho meat eoaT.ol.nt way. to .... your n.n.oqtYI" trip wh.th.t MIAMI -- toe

; b r Bartlett: picked Bradford\ best >luitt.tto\ his purposes: HIs.> Edn i Thompson all of Jack- AVON PAHK- Uncle Sam spent .J It bo homo. to ... ol tho bio game. oa b..l.... or pl.aauf.. f.AINMSVILLK: : !IO

i The speaker spent' most of his time describing! the planting unvUie! and! Mrs. Jack Pringle $133.000,000 In Florida in recent t1! UNION W
lay, Gl.Fu.1'r',1. years because the country has realized BUS STATION OCALA -
: of 1,000 acres of tung:, oil trees: that is now being made. services were conduct- the meaning of "I 6.1V.

;' 1 ) lie M a great believer in the future of this product, saying ,d i at Long Franch church by the brother keeper.United' am States my HKASLKVS! : HRItllt'K STATIONLACY \ PALM BEACH .11. 4:3:

t, 5 i'i$; I that the demand is unlimited and the sources scarce. He[ recommends 'lev, L. A. Donnelly of Starke and Senator Claude Pepper of Florida CO.MVAV, Agent Opp. Court lloute CP.I.ANDI' ,
I nterruent was in the lot said! fileTo(
family In hel e This state and other I I
that every Bradford County farmer devote large KEY WEST .
a
jl Long Branch
cemetery, Thursday stales may look for more foileralaid
acreage to tun oil and that with the establishment: of a Mov. 4.Pallbearers. for its (people and Its public TAMPA site *
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.: crushing plant at Brooker; a ready outlet for this product! evil! were: Truby Marshall undertakings, the senator drclai ed. I t LORI DA MOTOR: llNES: &T. TETE.VALD03TA.: ,

't 9 be jxj.ssible. 'Kay Owen and Jimmie He addressed. a meeting of the *"J
Ylnfe! nrd 25
Darby Gasklns. I chimbcr: of commerce.. Gt .\ -
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