Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 26, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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-----.- E. L. Matthews, Editor and OwnerSTAKKF.

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.. Jailor Ben Howe says that for

.1 ->,. :, AID the third time since he took office

ON TIME I"0.( \...." I tPie last January the county jail!
I ________
here Is entirely empty of prisoners.

Addresses Rotary and The last two culprits, negros, were County Attorney Files

Says Arrangements ciuried to the Prison Farm l'arly' to Mandamus
Gri/Tis i I With Sponsoring Reply _
Meets Sheriff A. O An- :
For Salaries I In the week by
Made Committee Monday, _
II reuc.
If Slate Fails I II RX1)enstto< the county In feeding

iM I i 1 APPLICATIONS FROM: prisoners has been cut down con- FIRST ADVERTISEMENTS: _

I lEE HAS TROlim.E IN ItKADFORI IN TI'S'I AUS aldc'rably since the new law went i A I I' .PEAK: TillS WEEK: _____

M 11E: TIN'I O EXPENSES I Into effect providing that if the I
Court A, J.
of the
I Marcus C, Fags!:, flllpl"rintt'ndentof state s attorney files an infotmatlnn -I
Supt A. J Grlffla said l yesterday the Chlldi'en's Home Society of against a man he may plead I Thomas, through County AttorneyT.

that arrangements have already Florida, wan In Staike \Vlnes- guilty anti l be sentenced, wltho.it I Frank Lumlrum( Monday fileda

been made so that Biadford day afternoon to perfect the t organization waiting for a cticult court tiiul. certificate of compliance In a 'i

Comity teach rs.will receive their of a "sponsoring1( committee In this way the county la free fit mandamus suit brought by the Km- -

pnember pay checks on time Inspite to promote the work of the the obligation of keeping; the prisoner piro( Lumber Co", of Jacksonville

of the fact that stale money society In this county." until the next term of court. "requiring the clerk to accept applications -
_. for the sale of tax certificates
short.Comptroller. officers were elected ---.-- -
be "
The following
may I
I In accordance with the
J. M. Lee announced : B. L. Matthews, chairman; LET US _
11 week that with 1253.367 due Aus! L. A. Davis, first vice-chair Murphy
t this : of the fact that the State _
state second In view
| ; teacher! In a few days the I man; Mrs. A. Z. Adkinn,
$308,628 In its school' i vlce-chaiiman; Jos. F. Wilson,,, By Mrs. J. M. Alvarez Supreme Court hud twice upheld
has but I U&w third vice-chairman; Mrs. W. B, Let us be thankful that his ten. I the law as constitutional, the county _
fund. i for little tubetculosis deemed useless! to contest fur-
Dr. M B. Her- der thought !
Sew ell, secretary;
to bringthe
get enough _
"We may treasurer. Several nub-com children prompted that Danish ther its provisions Although the
but I long I
about $350,000,
total to the mittees to carryon dlt'Cerentphases postal clerk, Elnar Holbell to con- mandamus action afTectetI'.nly tax
don't now of any way pay of the work will be appointed ceive the idea of the ChristmasSeal certificate on lands of the EmpireLumber
December I
first of -
teachers In full out the first one It was stated that the
school building here and to send Co.
In the high .
unless the counties can Huddled into this tiny room, made by partitioning off a passageway later.It
the lack of sufficient space. Local doctors was decided that $100 wouldbe In 1904, from which the Idea grew county will accept application _
handicapped by I
Comptroller their lessons
borrow the monea eighteen Fifth Grade pupils such recite as unhealthful. A WPA project for a new elementary school building set as the quota to be raised In until they are now sold all over the from all landowners large or small

Lee said. have pronounced crowding have not this county for the children's society work) I without further action.
financial arrangements
Automobile license tags will be here baa been approved In Washington but so far the necessary anda In 1938. Let us be thankful: The first two advertisements to

placed on sale In all counties De. been made to allow' the work to proceed. The room Into which you look In this picture Is only seven Mr. Fagg spoke Interestinglybefore To the National Red Cross who I be published In this county under

cember 1, and money received will half feet wide. It has just been increased from twenty-five to thirty-one feet In length. the committee at three o' conducted the sale of Christmas I the new law appear In this week's

h* credited to teachers. This may clock and also before the Rotary Seals until 1910.In issue All hands In the clerk's office

be used to make up the December Club at noon. He emphasized the To the National Tuberculosis Association -' are now being taxed to capacity _

shortage before Christmas 110 that READY TO GO I On National Committee PINE SEEDLINGS fact that the society is not a nor- which then took over the rushing through application( '

teachers will be paid In full by the SCHOOLGRIFFIS E. S. Matthews, member of theFlorlila READY phanage, but rather a medium work and has carried It on ever from the Empire and other large

lime they leave their class rooms! ON \ Railroad Commission and URGEDTO through which children are placedn since, making possible diagnostic landowners It la a gigantic job. ,

for the holidays. SAYS FINANCES FOR resident of Starke. has been appointed LANDOWNERS ORDERS ARE ; !suitable "homes. Around 1,800 clinics, hospitals! nursing service, but Mr. Thomas feels that he and _

LIcenso tag collections probably NEW BUILDING ARE as a member of the com PLACE ,*' children are cared for each year organized medical service, health his able staff are equal to It. _
AT -
will total about $3,500,000: this SETTLED mittee on motor vehicle transportation through the society, he suld.Ther education In schools and communities The Murphy Bill, also known aa\

winter The state school appropriation of the National Association Landowner Intel'ested In securIng -I have been 13t applications r e rch laboratories-*""*"-and- the "low dollar tax redemption .

Is $11,280,000 annually.Gross Supt. A. J. Grlffls said yesterdaythat of Railroad and Utility Commissioners pine seedlings from the State I I from Bradford County during the scores of other activities. act" and the "tax certificate auction ,-

receipts taxes gasoline taxes and arrangements; have been madeto His appointment came nursery for reforestation purposes past ten years Mr. Fagg said, and To r>t'. Edward Livingston Tiudcau law" provides for settling all _

other sources supply the remain. finance the county's part of the from President Alexander M. Ma- should place their orders Immediately I sixty-eight children have been who established the first tuberculosis delinquent tax claims against! land

der.Two fist unit of a new elementary hood ofVest Virginia. Mr. warns T. Lemar Rancy, Dis- placed In homes here during the hospital, known as "The by the auction of certificates more

paymnts of 1253.367 already school building here and that Matthews has been a member of I trict Forester, Jacksonville.\ Raney same peiiod. He stated that during Little Red." I than two years old.'hen someone

< have been made by the State ArCntect; y.jBenjamin: will' the Railroad Commission since the, 3&ys!! there wall( A total of 378,600 "boom days' the society received To the forty-five countries who other than the owner buys the

since the school' year started in ha notified today to complete his beginning of motor ,vehicle ;('gu.1 seedlings planted In the district $:::00 to HOO annually In have sold or still sell Christmas ; certificate, the owner It permitted<

September. plans and send them to Washing lation by the state. I last planting season; 3.S01.008 contributions fiom this county. Seals; even Japan, where no two years In which to redeem It by _

Comptroller Lee said the State's ton.The --.-, .- were planted throughout the BtuttJ, but lattt year the amount droppedto ClulHlmurt Is observed. paying the purchase price plus -

operating treasury probably would county's part of the expendof MINIMUM LOADREDUCED Uaney stated that the Influx ofpaPer i, little more than $50Census To each Individual worker In I three percent Interest. If homestead -

have sufficient< money by the end the $20,000 unit Is around $7,- mills into the state has --. the Tuberculosis Association whogives property. the owner li given

ot the month to make the payroll 000. It Is planned eventually to greatly Increased interest in forest I Ended of his or her time, unselfishly I I ten years to redeem

tIt State employes which totals build thiee units at a total coat of HARRELL SAYS 13.000 POUNDS lands, both timbered nnd cut- The Government's unemployment to carry on the light. --.--- -' 4

about $240.000. Expense accounts around $70,000 OF BERRIES MAY NOW o\et, and Is icbulting in an Increased !-I i census, by which It hopes to gather To the press for BO geneiouslygiving and l to I, CHALKER RITES

anti bills for supplies sold to the I The piOJtft was approved In MAKE UP CARA demand for tree seedlings. The information that will aid In mapping Kpuce!> for publicity thcuttes! for SUNDAYARMY

State are not being paid. i Washington several months ago, eLate nur.sciy. In spite of the In. / out future work piogiams the motion plctuie)

Unpaid accounts now total about I! but construction has been held up letter received. by the Telegraph cteused output has never been able I ended Saturday. Local postoffice their Coruperal iou. OFFICER HAD DIS-

$700000, Lee said. _. pending arrangements by the this week from J. L. liar- to meet the demand utlil a short. : officials stated they were not at To our legislator for their loyal TINGUISHKI WAR

!i county school board to take care of rc.ll: Luwtey grower and shipper' uge .is anticipated this Jen: liberty! tQ give out Information as mii'pott, un"anil I to schools out filends who contrib oiganUutions 'I' RECORD,; s

of the railroads have educed -. to how many replies from unemployed :
SELL its part expense.DISCUSS states I '
TO I to the cause. for 'f
I loud weio .received here ute annually Funeral j sel'vi's Major
BONDS ONLYMRS. --. to 13,000 pounds\ tne minimum In SEA ISLAND I .- peison. -- -A.-___--.- Let us thankful for our beautiful -I' Charles i W. Chalker, 41. an officer
: stiawberties. when shipped
CHANCES on \! EXEMPT i new Hiinltorium near Oil.indowheie :*: of the regular army anti professor

ALVAREZ SAYS SEALRECEIPTS OF INDUSTRY itliigerated freight or "yellow I liirths tuberculosis patients may I I of! military silence and tactics at
previously! INCLUDED MI' and Mrs. I'eiry" Gilffls, Law- ,
TO BE cal's. The minimum COTTON I have I he oppoitunlty to heroine I Culfport Military Academy, Gulf-

I TO .JACKSONVILLE STATE SECRETARY ATTENDS allowed! was mound 15,000 ponndH IN= NEW! FAR M tey boy November! 20. well and to be restored to health, I'I port, Mifl.s,, wile held\ .Sunday afternoon ,
the lowered BILLS : Jlr, and, Mrs. Lester Crosby, '
in I
CHAMBER OF COMMERCEMEETING The big advantage CONTROL happiness and usefulness. at 3 o'clock at the home of
Mis. .Jt .A'varez who lip to that smallermarkets Stai ke, girl, November 20. '
HERE minimum is In this Hut above all, let us be thankfulto his mother Mis. George A. Chal-
lat year nax hsert chairman of the such Washington and Sen Island! cotton gtoweis Mr. and Mis M. L. Johns New Father for making I
our Heavenly I ker, In Middleburg
to learn I
Seals la this Grassfield! secretary of the of 350 county will be interested River, boy, November 20.
*ale of ChrUlnltt R. G Baltimore can handle a cur for fresh
all these things
her I %U- both the House and Senatecommittees _. I| Major Chalker had been 111 for ji
have Commerce --
ceunty, wrtl thin year as I state Chamber of crates whereas it wluld be unprof.itable -- all, sunshine and food, the skill of his death In the
have time before
part of the work only the sale of I ted l the local oiganlzation Thursday to ship them a big car of in Congress this approved Discount Off Soon the I medical profession nnd the | some and In Hot "
exempting Army Navy Hospital
boll sections
Atk. morn-
control Wednesday
fieim, Springs.
in crop
and to any Individual who cares to interesting informal talk pioiluct of Starke may claim a longer despair at the word tuberculoniH The
of the piopoaed farm bills ing of last week. body was ,
contribute move this year. which he told of the success See New Ford I IJ. IIf The committees agreed to four peirent discount on their cur- but ate filled with hope, because accompanied to Middle-burg by the i,
Mrs Alvarez says that the tuberculosis various communities in bilnging forbid lent taxes City Clerk Carl Johns we know that as a r..sllit of
would mother and wdow.| '
and Onus A. amendments
sanitorlum near OrlandoIs new Industries! into their midat.le W. Andrews Jr., from said yesterday. He urged taxpayers these combined efforts tuberculosiscan )
almost ready for its formal stated that the name thing can Wiggins, of the Andrews Motor the Agriculture Department to settle up before November be cured. The'Majol' served oyii-gt-Ki'-diir-

opening and..appllcatlona,.i0l' tbe. accomplished. here If a hard Company, weRe' in Jacksonville last, applying marketing quotas to cotton SO. while the discount Is still in ef ._ Ing the World Wsr-amlfwas tomundar'of **:.!
obtain the new Ford for 193".: of one and a ,half Inch stapleor telistnreatunenj' the 17th machine. gun ,
admission of several ..BradfordCounty enough fight Is made to week to see fect. A discount of four percent McNinch
returned enthusiastic but longer. state and ers Federal regulation has tflieng- battalion of the sixth division. He ,1:
belnr conra- also be claimed on
are hem -
; patients. ." I to of Department said may 'Sri
information as Officials finances. was but twenty-one years of age j'
ered. Ho brought out: the: point inaiStark without definite bland county taxes this month. thened utility
should promote a beautlfl- when the new models will De on there was no ntuptua of Sea at the time. He was later assignedto

Individual donations sent for to'Chrlstnua the- cation* project and do something display! here. "The company la or the long-staple Egyptian va- 'TUNG TREES NEW? WELL STARKE Lehigh University as piofemxir
Seals are to be of science and tatties. He
the town look distinctive out two new and distinct tiet TURN OF CENTURY military
headquarters In Jacksonville and to: make remembered by putting" said. "The -._-- HAD THEM AT served In the Panama Canal Zone
It will be model llr. Andrews
cot to Mrs. Alvarez as In previous so that model Is radically dif- Hurt In Accident and later was stationed at corps .
years. The sale of seals in carriedon tourists. new deluxe anInspector H. E. Lagergren Florida before Mr. Rnynes In New Orleans ri
of the from anything we, have (!'Verhad I H. 110(. Roy of By area headquarters
throughout the nation from The regular meeting will not ferent before. It Is very much like for the Postal TeiegraphCompany The Tampa Tribune discussing plantings In 1918 the writer saw, before going to Culfpoit.
Thanksgiving until Christmas following Bradford County Chamber Injured In oil tree growing In Florida, at Evergreen cemetery, Jacksonville '
25, Lincoln Zepftyr In lie- was severely! tung Major Chalker was born In Mid-
the close held Thursday, November the present several such trees, which
immediately upon be "' automobile accident three miles says. among other things: dleburg and wall mauled In 1919 .
will an
of the Red Cross Roll Call. since this Is Thanksgiving. but sign. shortly oil tree plantedIn could not have been lens. than .
"The firsttung
Starke Tuesday addition
December --.-- -- north of to Miss Emma Darby un l In j ,
be held Thursday night I after noon : this country was on November twenty-five year old. In Starke, to his widow and mother, be ".
court Gasoline
HUNTINGLICENSES 2 at 7:30: o'clock at the of Use Less Roy, after receiving I treatmenthere 15. 1906, by the 'late William H. besides the tree mentioned, there Is. survived by two sons Bill and: ,
Members! from all parts stood, until recently, a large tree .
In horticulturist !
LAG house. Consumption of gasoline by Dr. C. J. Gay was rushed Raynes. a will-known John, and a brother Al Chalker of.
the county are urged to be present. Bradford County dropped from by ambulance to St. Vincent' Hospital of Tallahassee Out of the five on the Moitt place, that antedatedthe Miami. Funeral arrangements ':

REVENUE FROM THIS SOURCE .-- 1.997 gallons in September to 81. In Jacksonville, where his trees planted only one survived Raynes planting Several were in charge of DeWItt C. Jones.
Correction late tree began to bear tiees are now found in town.
accordingto "fair" young
OFF ONE-THIRD. JUDGE 254 gallons! In October condition was reported The surviving Jones
PERRYMAN SAYS! In last week's Telegraph It was figures released by the State Tuesday afteinoon. Tht telegraph nuta at the end of the third year. Besides the l Isolated trees, thereIn -... -

stated that Florida Lands, Inc., of Agriculture. Kero. official watt, Inspecting telegraph By 1913 Mr. Raynes' original tree a grove of them about six miles '
Department Minnie Lee Summers
Tho number of hunting licenses would finance a Urge tung consumption showed an increase off leva from Jacksonville to Orlando had produced 1.093: nuts." northwest of Starke a little northof

Issued here this season is lagging plant to be erected at acne from 7.80 gallons In September and was driving south when This statement Is Incorrect, because State Road No. 28. The writer Mrs! Minnie Lee Summers, (IS, ot":

almost one-third behind the number Brooker. This was an error The to 8.860 gallons in October he spparently lost control of his the very nuts Mr. Raynes sitw that grove late In 1927; the Hampton died In a local hospitalIn

issued up to the same time last mill will\ be financed by the Tung This county used 105 tons of fer, automobile and turned over three planted were grown In Starke. He trees! were then six or seven years I In Starke Wednesday, November

years County Judge E. K Perry- Oil Mills Inc.. a Florida corporation tilizer last month. times fracturing his left leg. severely had worked here for the late Dr. old and very vigorous. They must ; 10. Funeral services were held! at

m-in revealed here yesterday. oiganlzed by Albertus BoWler bruising his face and receiving A. L. Scott and Mr. J. M. .Truby be yielding heavily by this time. the Thereaaa Baptist Church ot'

Judge Ferryman: said I that he possible internal injurtea. He anJ had here, for the first time, The tung oil trees grow from the which she was a member with tile
Rent off SBOO December 1. 1936 I Seal Sale I was alone when the accident happcn.'d heard of tung oil trees. In 1906. nut, which are of the size of Rev. C. L. demons officiating. Interment -

representing the state'* portion of for more than three decades the Christmas of thetuberculosis about 12.30::: o'clock p. m. or thereabouts when Mr. Raynes small hickory nuts. They are hardy I was in the Theressa cenM-f

the local license revenue but that conducted throughout our nation to finance the work -.. _0 lived near Tallahassee, he asked and vigorous and begin to bear tery. I
more has been to. If possible, get him when thiee yean old When In '
Rep until he has slightly this
now association, and Small Blaze Pallbearers were A. J, Thomas.]
than He can I supported by the tiny few needs of the Lice, as he remembered bloom the trees. are very showy.
send D.J
HOO to away. unless WHEREAS the preventive health program The fire apparatus and trew a [ that someone here had The plantings of them in Bradford C. A Knight. E. W, Hayes H.
not account for the drop death rate out extinguish a D. J. Phillips and Leonard!
to May
their fondness for shooting skeet Is stickers is helping to cut down the ChrstmasSealsl.lty were called o'clock Thurs, onn or more trees of the kind! county, so far, have been so successful Mrs Summem. Is survived]
at 9:30: (Coition
commun- blaze
state and our small till It Is evident that our
of the In our oil tree on theold
out There was a tung
tuberculosis !
keeping some hunters from In the .1. P. Summers
week upstairs her husband.
CSI night of last I by ;
field CR day Halsdcn place ( now owned by soil and climate suit them exactly.On
and rented by Misses two children Mrs. Ruby Chapman
interest of :1\\ apartment account of the China-Japan
in the ;: northwestcorner
It Is necessary I Dr. Mlddlctonl I, In the
-i WHEREAS Strickland ,
Carl Si mineralof
Eunice of Gainesville anti ;
this U Ona Mann and I be short ,
I to fight against I of Starke an1l Mrs Geo trouble, the supply will '
Service to continue F. Ham- mother Mrs.|
Presbyterian better health In the home of Mrs. S. that Hampton; hot!
Frank Land,-urn. Mayorof balsden kindly gave me five nuts for many years to come so ,
At the Presbyterian Church sunday I preventable disease I, T : rick on Fouth Walnut Street. A Mr. But on that account, the small troubleof Josephine Sullivan\ of Therem andy j
I sent
,I do hereby thejtjT which
clock Fla, \ had been I
at the 11.00: 0 of Starke. kerosene lamp brothers. Alhe.t and
morning the city until Christmas ...m.m burning through faulty packing, they weredamiged growing the trees, the short three '
8e1'vlce) Dr. R. T. Caldwell will I time from Thanksgiving Day CI"d U.. Them left too near the wall In the bathroom transportation walt until hearing and the convenient Cleveland Sullivan ct 'l'hereisg
every Buy : during
8peak of Dream. Seals and I urge and after the tenants had Sullivan of lllaan
"The Spoiled sue of Christmas and marketing facilities afforded and Marten iMis
for the as many 1ml one oprouted grew-
Mrs. Walter J. Baker will render lend l his support to this great cause by purchasing gone out. set the wallpaper whichIn furnishing only the nucleus for the by the contemplated crushing plant Summers was a resident ajDradford

violm solo at this service.All citizen to Seals as possible. turn net the wooJwoik afire II orchard.Tung j at Brooker planting tung oil trees county most of tic: Uflj: .
and and Raynes
church Christmas observed the smoke
members of the FRANK LANDRUM. Mayor Hasxers-by oil trees were not unknown here should prove remunerative. and wus born here.
,*H Persons having no church home T. turned In the alarm.

are cordially Invited to worship City of Starke, Florida. .- ;


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yi __ TELEGRAPH. -_ 211. 10,,.
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II'' I terlal for Sewing Rooms $16.85; Jail $5.50 Woman's Club at Jur. $56.72. bail $1600 Witness $4.00; Mrs. Hattie Cowart $4.00; EXI'I:Iil:\'lF\T: -
I: -: ; COUNTY WARRANT LIST Alexander & Co.. Material for Sewing Starke Library Expense, $10.00; $12862 Witness ${1.00- .$270.72; Mrs. Delaney Dickinson $6.00; The story has been g., .
] !j Cost Co. Judge'sCourt Mrs. Dora Taylor, $4.00; Mrs. Onia rounds of a city (ht
Rooms, 20.10; Gassett Hard Dewey Williams Mat. and PaintIng E. K. Perryman man ''I'
$6.00 Mrs. Maggie Adklns hough
Lamlrum.Sal. Taylor ; a farm. While
ware Co.. Supplies for Ct. House, for Ct, House, $30 00; E. W. $1932; T Frank examtn .
$105 evlton'a Tailor 2bay's Etc., $25.00 Fees $20.00$4500.; $7.00; Mrs. KHtellu Hinson, $6.00; fence which had been Iin.",
; Shop Road Bond ,
\ ,
k : k : The following bills: were ordered 1 Johns $3.00. Mrs. Lolier Todd Hayes Assessing Board' Alvin Mrs. Rachel Moody $2.00; Wiley much "d r
suit for Gco. Anderson 50c; $67.89 A. J. Thomas, Food for Ro- Marcus C. Fagg, quarreling In 1 t.,, ,
t +1" paid at the regular meeting: of the I $2.CiOIr's.: Dalsey Ruukrson.I ; Dr W. B. Parks Groves' $6 00; W. R Woo |Walker, Evuns & Cogswell Com sana Coleman (colored) from Law- Roblrwon. $15.00; ill'
.i j "j Board of County Commissioners, $2.50, Mary Howe $2.50; WinnieS'orwood ; A. O An- J. K Durrnnce $600; Miss Madeline That fence
t pany. Index Slips, $7.82; Florida tty $200; E. K. Perryman Clean- Sal. Co. Physician $83 Is u i m ...
1 ; November 1: I $200: Miss Beulah Kdwiirdn Mrs. Murielhomes "
Monday. $6.00
R j t | Bank at Starke 1 year rent Safe Ing and repairing Typewriter for hell, Feeding Prisoners $12::; 75; I I'rlge ; on my land.

." Starke Telephone Co., Telephone) I ) $3.t I0: Arthur 13r)'mer $2.50; Box c and Postage $6.11. A. O. An- office, $:3.48; Standard I Brands/ : Inc.. T.1.. McCIane, Jr. County Agent I r $200; Mrs A. L. Crews "Very well,1taut,,' th,, .

N t service $10.70; Bradford County Miss Ir/.ona Thomiis. $2.00; McKinley lieu Tel. Servo October Co. Ser, FleiHchmann's 1 Yeast for Clinic $75.00. i j $2.00; Mrs. M. D. Harrell!, $2.00; "We shall set the tin' ''J.w.I.;

,. f ''It Telegraph Adv. un d Printing ;: Davis $3.00; Mrs. Ethel $3.85; A J. Thomas, Pulley and $4.52; FenolcChemical Company, \\ l Idnw'a Fruition ', Mrs T. S. Stewart $200( ; Mrs. feet on my side "

i I ; Ir ;'t 'f'j $5Kft\<>; Quigley & Davis: Material Johnson, $5 00 Annie Murray Filters for Heating system, $16.25; Supplies for (iu. Jail $28.72; J. L,. Riley Johns $2.00; Mrs. W. 11. i Carrie Starling $2.00; Mrs., :Myrtle "Oh! But that I is m, ', .' I

I : Ff NJ for Pauper, $7.03; City Light & $2.50; Mrs. Madison Hall. $2.00; A. J. Thomas Preparing Copy of Simmons, Repairs for Jail $2.15; Bell $6.00; Mrs. Lizzie Prevail, I Priest $1.00; Mrs. Fronle Johns. claim" Htammeiett 1 II' i ,i

,J I .'. Water Plant for Ct. House and C. S. Gl'lfflll. $3.00; Georgia Walker. 1 Ind. Papers for J. W. Johnson Mitchell's Drug Stole Clinic $7.00; Mrs. S. J. Handel $2.00; $6.00; Mrs. Pearl Simpson $0.00 I ;''farmer.

'f t"""I f': ; \'' "'i, Jail $34.17. $2.50; Lizzie Smith $2.50; Ru- $300; L. L. Conner, Sal. Co. $18.29; Canova Phaimacy, Clinic Mrs. Cora McKinley $200; Mrs. I Mrs. Leila R aIt t se, 4.00; Mrs. Lu- "Never mind I Wl,>u, .tht",

j ,'- '//1 i !.; 1'itiiper IJ..t 'fns Hodge $300; Shep Wigg Comm'rs. Oct.. $3000; H. V. Saxon $11.14 ; A. J. Thomas Amt. Adv. Ruth Carr $6.00; Mrs. MittleGriffla vinla Barker $2.00; Mrs L. R. Edwards have peace with my. neiK.m I ,,,,. .IIfLl''

i "'Iy J ': Alex Cross. $2.00; Kate M It chI" $200; Mrs. lola Williams $2.50; [ Sal. Co. Comm'rs. Oct., $3000; Mrs Ella Reynolds for Oct. $3.00; $100; Martin Loadholtz $2.00; Mrs. Edna Jones two feet of earth."That's .

t fp ell $500; J. K. Durnmce, $200; Mrs. Ella Reynolds $3.00; Mack I Miilory Thomas Sal. Co Comm'rs. Arthur Newmans pauper, $2.00; $2.00; Mrs. Doshla Prescott $2.00; $6.00; Mrs. Leah Nettles $6.00; sure fine 01 von ,11.1 I

i 1 Will! Hughes, $1.00/; ; Aaron Mc- Wells $5.00. Oct. $3000; J. M. Rosier, Sal. Co Mis. Rachel Moody pauper. 2.00; Mrs. Nettie Starling, $7.00; Mrs. Mrs. Ida George $4.00: Mrs. Edith the farmer retract t rablcouldn't > ". 1

j .r S i"{ ;" Guiie, $3.00; Emma:: Murphy $2.; Mr. F. F. Stump Sweater for i Comm'rs. Oct., $3000; T. D. Dyal, Mrs .1. I. Chason pauper, $20.00; Alice Thomas $4.00; Mrs. Vida Moweley $4.00; Mrs. A F Grlffls let you do u ,?,. ,lkl.

I"Iv. ," :'% \' Mrs. J. C. Box $3.00; Andrew Albeit Robeit ( pauper) $1.35; E.A. Winkler Sal. ('0. Comm'rs. Oct.? $30.00; A, Rosana Coleman pauper, $2.50; Dyal $7.00; Mrs. Rosa Brown $2.00; Mrs Hattie Alvarez $2.00; that." Let's not move th. ran(,. at

I ""j j ;: $1.50; Mrs. Mary C. Thomas Electric Supplies $2.35; The H. O. Andreu Sal. 1 day wIth Co. Mrs. J. W MOl glln. Glass for Ct. Dyal $-.00& ; Mrs. Clara Crawford Miss Floy Thomas $6.00; Mrs. Ju- all.

r !i' : $2.00; A. F. Crtffls $2.00; Mrs.Ijt' & W n. Drew Co., Blanks $3.15; Comm'rs., $.&.00; Ernest Byrd Sal. House $245; Dewey' Williams. Labor $2.00; Mrs. Kate Starling $6.00; lia Crews $2.00; ...Irs. Irene Rig- I It Is suggested that !h. next

: ; ;1 Belle Patmentcr $3.00; Mrs. Vinda Mr B. Jacobs, Material for Sew Janitor Oct., $4000; N. D. Wain. on Jail $2.50; Starke Ice Company Mrs. Ethel Johnson, $6.00; Mrs don $7.00; Mrs. Bertha Crews, I time you" have a dispute about

Ijt' lit. ; Forsyth, $2.00; Mrs Geneva Prln- ing Rooms $16.43; J. V. Jones Material wrlght; Sal. Super. Reg. $3000; A. Ice for Ct House $650; ; J. Mary Elizabeth Wynn $4.00;f Mrs. $4.00; Mrs. Eliza:: Hall $2.00; Onle "rights. you try HurpuMng th.

,JI: ; gle, $2.50! ; Mrs. Jessie Anderson for Sewing Rooms $14.62; i J. Thomas, Rec'd Tax Sale, Sal., B. Rowe. Gd. at Jail $3000 Ldy. Anna Baxter $7.00; Mrs. Jessie I Starling $2.00; Mrs Willie Wimpy other fellow by giving rim, 'nor.

p, P f. : I $2.50; Mrs W M. lodge, $5.00; R. R. Thede Material for Sewing'J' Indexing and Postage $154.40; $250$32.50; A O. Andreu Allowance Anderson. $6.00; Mrs. H. B. Red- I J $2.00; Mrs. Ruby G ndy, $2.00; than he !claims and. then if. na

;'J t l'' .' ; Mr A. C Baxley $3.00; Riley Rooms: $1700; C. B. Roberts Ma- I!, Charley O'Neil 1 cord wood for $25.00; Fines Com.. $2.77, ding, $4.00; Mrs. H. H Futch. i Mrs. Lizzie Tyler $0 00; Mrs. L. D. happens-- Hotarlan-- M laga>'I",

S,161 d r.. "II -1 I Hastening.. $2.00; H. C. Green rely thing at the "rKh, II,
$7.00; Mrs. John Kinlaw. $4.00; My beloved parents! ,\\u.
Mrs. Alleen Haislop. $4.00; Mrs. wannec Demociut

Mamie Burton $2.00; D. J, Phillips,

'! $4.00; Mrs. Carrie Mills Ingram, Helps Babies Rest'
TURKOLOGY CONTEST $200; Mrs. Mattie L. Manhe $2.00;

10. C. Kelley $7.00; Mrs. Lillie Col Ends Colic Pains

her $1.00; Mrs. Cora StilcklanO, Aids Digestion
,, I $.1.00; Mrs. Daisy Button $4.00;
1 'Wbn your baby lotin .10."., I Mis. Nellie Grlffls $6.00. pain 'Dd cannot deep l why not BFI 1 d, 'a,n.
I -, LL A__- _._ cause with M ? no indnmian acid end. gas cramp and
I "HANKER'S HOIKS" colic p.m. .nd then hilp. them hwotro
r1l cheerful .r in. Th.y .lr.p b..... Mr;..'.
Robert Strickland president of Baby Elinr u mid. of the 1'...... ....d"'...'
I the Trust Company of Georgia addressing ..tr.... .nd .vrup. It cannot barn Y.."
.f uu h.. proem .10... Simpl. dir.ttion,
I the Kentucky Bankers' Mil ...cely how la UM It. T.ile. good Q,,,
Association described the orthodox ....ief promptly. Two .i,.u 3Jc, 6lc. (lade,

i "bankers' hours" as a handicap to rAKPENTEK'S.!; The Read stow

T., t:2a: : iiiiiifi business and asked why a bank OTItKK OKI'(i I"'fllla:..
; -
ViiflRlt:: : : ::: ::"'iii'i shouhln t keep' open for business -

1r for the entire business day just a

C like any other enterprise. narx 'F..1Ttt

Mr. Strickland himself a bank Iel: lti; or \,111!
I president knows, presumably, .ltd ...........00". \\ ...1..
Your kidneys. hpiu' to k< i 'J i
has always
whereof he There -
speaks. .
; by horntiintly' nan-ing ,
t : COMPLIMENTS l been' among laymen, something from, tlt. btu' ".. I' -.t'irf I> t
<-Uunally d.rrder.e
.. I mysterious about the abbreviated tn.nnve ....... '..'pun'..... ,at". .

I business day observed by r.'I". '-wine of,luirTlurnit the,-... ..hutu.) T, 'Li

RIHS. CHARLEY JOHNS iIU'? banks./ The average businessmanhas .g, aoMiily. nr ton fr ,it -. n.
I i.tiuu hii ,,
$ 4 S STAKKE. ...."1. iiiH Of THE SEASON assumed there are sound reasons b. Madditr may dutur, a >truing BIII'o. of ftumi
t 1M why a bank cannot open for You may. nulnr:. mer Ing b.N U4ry
.. .
I pr.fet' .11..1. hn.uu'k.or d.. .. M
business before 9 o'clock nor whyit .'''lnE' up nl -h,.., awnlhng. paqn,' t
ra b ..10 r th. .>_fc*I wtuik. nerruua. sJ.
i 6 The Telegraph ulnht-H to thank everyone> oho ('0''e ]Hope That ThuI'l'dayViII He a Day: of must: bur its doors promptly at played out.
|12 I o'clock. Something to do with In ouch CUM It I la lift I*r to ny! on s
1 l. k } operated| Mlth UN la our annual TurKolog! contestWatch r' Real Thanksgiving For Each and Every One. I exchange and balancing: the books m.<]Jicin I .than thai on has eum.thhrR won. < mum|I....-y.oI.a'lolm (far.-.l...
and clearing house has been the .i",ly known. UM. Uo,. Ptll A "',h..
.: t, for it neat >ear. 1 ,..d. of tfru*.fut pm.nle. .urom.oJ|
; I general trend of the rough idea. 0Ant see. wi9rVhnrf'

,, ,; i; Now if, as Mr. Strickland Indicants

I It Is altogether possible for

lanks to stay open to 0 or 6

I o'clock just as the firms who form

their clientele it would appear at

i {o u9h I first gin nee, to be good banking ME STAY
business' to so extend their hours '

It would certainly be a factor in

I public good-will\ though it might
he disrupting to the individual with HOME

H disappearing balance who likesto

b I wait until after the bunk has I

closed before writing a check WORK ?

knowing he won't have to deposit'

to cover until the following day.I .--.

1 i li r ;MORE .MILKS: FOIt ,'ol'nloSta': 01' (',\:\ iurK.M: :: ON: on l'.EsCRIl"rIONM KEEl: \\AH.M: ( WITH .\ SI'NFLAME: : I Atlanta Constitution.___ NO SIll


swlt reluU's conversation
I ; a son at '
t:. ('. rKIEST.: Distributor, TIII: UK"\I.I.: :-iTOltt; OI'1t 1IF.\TtUS il.KNTF.F.I: for SATISFACTION various ures. First at 11 : "My BAYER ASPIRIN ft'SfSHEADACHE\

parents ate giand. They know

jt* simply evei' ylhing."

At 16. "My parents are not quite

so Riurul ns I used to think. They ... IN A fCW
don't know \O
E'verytl1 g.
'OII'.DItTS: : OF Till n.\, At 19 )llINUTES
: "Although
_ i'r' IF \: OT IIIVT: WIN TIIK' Tt'RKEV l.tT: {'::00I ot..11 my parents
tlunk they lire always right they <'
tally know very little comparedwith ( Q yCNr u
I \ :dew II
I At 22: "My parents' do not understand i O


nothing in common with the young 1
A, LIThe
i in jrenetntlon.' J

+ At 30: "To tell the truth my ll

parents were right In many inexpensive. way to ,'ace btad-
things." ache if you w ant f f.ist r<'sinl tic -

MAKE YOUt HOME LOOK CHERRY" At :50; : "My pnrents were wonderful with Bayer Aspirin.
I.' 101? KAT TOO MUCH TUIKKY NO MATTER HOW COIM IT GETS Tlie instant the ,p.'uu sl.irK.
people. They had a clear 2 t.l li-U whit!
simply take Bayer <
mind and always did the neces-' a hall glass: of w.'cr." LUnally in J
Bayer tablet are qr.irk-at!1: 'linilLecaune !
j k Send V* Your Kodak Films they disintegrate; in h,few
Is GOOD FOR THAT STUFFY FEELING. WITH NEW FFRMTI'RE AU OVER "'0(' STILI. NEED' ICE for Development. One day erv> seconds -ready tu 51.111.' W'f'
Ire and first rltuM work (oaran. work of relief almost irnllltdlatr.lyafter
II I: teed. We make enlargement taking.
i Ii I I to ....l1lncbM. Give us a. trial. It cost only 2/ or 3/ to relieve
most headaches when you get
i CAURADINE'S. LAWTEY the new economy tin. io'i pJY
only 25:>> cents for :''t tablets: -
('OMP..UIENT8 OF W'AR.M, CHEERFUL, GOOD FOOD ('O\.PU\IE: : '1'M OF about \\t apiece.
1 I
f Make sure to get the ganitiusby

i STARKE STAVE MILL 'KOZY KORNER Florida Bank At Starke thle' simple FM'SH...,- oil! ,teal buchn KID.NEVS If pinnace'leaven,WITH eta In. ...Make..nty Bayer insisting.Aspirin on '.

Irrrtrnliir. anent? or burim,, have. rre.quell : -
," dKlr.. ant up nlithtu or If kid. .
I UK HOPE' YOU ENJOY IV1" are' "IIUI.h, l reusing backache. .
THIS! AT OfR PLACEYOYl'R : INS CORP. muivtlntortttle, ( .rrnttiabl. .vH... ..I".
1 ,
i R '''|Iralld
HukPtH.. I',> flush the kidney. just ai 15c POilU ;-.. ""' ,
yiiii would'
use rector oil to rlunh
the bowels' Help nature cllniliint.
troiibleMnuie waste and -XUKK arlds.
Ank any (ll'l"tKl, for the teal box 1 tablet
of Kukni Locally at L'urp.iiter'n.: virtually cent a
I Ilia l:>x"ll brag Hiore.



I II.W.'S Need Creomulsion

JUS* Common get a real dose of genuine Beech WOOS
irritation of
cod today canand
bronchial Creosote which Is palatable and ,
i iYI may-lead to serious trouble toe even be taken frequently continouously
I I with m <" They may be relieved now by both adults and children!'
Creomulsion an emulsified e'
Creomulsion is one P aaihe
.\ .\ GOOD PROGRAM: WAIT I.'m THE NEW: FORU TII.KsnU'IGU.s: : FOR A NEW OI'TFIT Creosote Creomulsion that Is pleasant to take. that goes to the very teat the
Is a medicinal com- trouble to help loosen and expel

THE RITZ THEATRE Andrews Motor Company B. JACOBS I soothing bination membranes and and designed healing by to allaying aid Infected nature Irritation mucous In- chest due germ-laden to colds common and phlegm.bronchial colds: When(hanir I'trouble-CO"on.your! geta 1J'

inflammation from >
and by
bottle of Creomulsion {
aiding jf
i r i i, l"EE THE: BEST WHILE IT'S NEW IT'S .\ 110\: :"'. WE'tK: :SEEN IT NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICK the germ-laden loosening phlegm( and expelling druggist use 1C as directed the and:relJet
;; with
I The you are not
Medical authOrIZed
Profession has for obtained the druggist U
many years recognized the benencl refund( of your InoneY.
to every cent .
i effect of Bjech ood Creosote in Creomulsion Is one word-nott/a<
and J treatment bror .ial, of Irritations.couqns.chest A special colds.' and It plainly it has, see no that)' ttheinanle on the
1 i j..rOCfS8s- worked out by a chemist. bottl is Creomulsion. n.aiV
for !. rz-
s i I blending Creosote with other Injp'edlenLsand get the genuine product an'
now In Creomulslon you Let that you want.



, Bradford County High" SchoST.U 01 Journal

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; l'lJIK1' !: Wen. '....1.11, hel e we II re aRuln, .\I.J't tU\\\ltU!>I "'onIIItion "r ., ...\'\' \Vln, Cllrl,. I..pIn

,-.' 'r ,.;r>ITOIt.TS-CJlIEF I'ro"d ""'niono "lIIlItf' oil'' Doc Pl.epl'l' and 1111 hili III lie ('hlll1 In ("u"lI<<" Of I Alice was horn on .llIne 12, 11119.t 'l'hl' c'llIb I" Nlltht Ollm"

.> "' .,ntU"": "!' BENSON Urnunwnt"I"'rhlll Imp-patience, I't'lldy to gIve )'OU :\11'11111'1 rllCht.,. C'l'liborch'll'd. Ky.Ve al'e KlIl'e 1'/lf'C'1>1"'I".t.lThC' TIIllIYTueatlay

!'CI," :TV ', T>lTORI"RIU the vlllllge go"slp, HoomII :'>11'. anti 1\.11'8. II. L.1o .I"'lll'ds wel'e"rowl

l :T (DOT) BISUOII'Mt1.f' S'hool Is I'unning on, 1 would : In 1 of tlwlr httle grpeneyedJlughtl'r. Hratlft... 1 J igh 1I1t..1'nt. (,ClUIIcll night, November }f).
,[ 1oJf>ITORBILl. The senlol's pxpprtencel! une of ', but dll s, room. A lice IIve,1 In CraborchilI'd hR.1 a cnll m'ellng, "'rhlllY, =",0vpmb..r t..o rival basketb"" tt'ams c11lshpdIn
1I11 smoothly, we get a jolt
PLUMMER their firHt big tllI'lIIs Friday mnI'Dlng I now Rn,1, then, with the rings com.Ing ChIli Joe of chap1 FrldllY, prl'st'nted I Ia ftve yellrB a \ aUt'ndedMchool 19, tl> fOl'm a NiltlollillYoulh tll.. Baldwin Gym: Bralfordvt'rlus ,

..I"JRARY JoDITOR Tht'lr rings arrived! In fact, and cllusing some dlstulbance, pt'l.grll \ 111 connprUon with thpl'e one Y"III'. During the11t."t Pt'al'e Club. W.. hal! with Balolwln!
.;1.1.\ :.IAI'; 1I1ANNINOI' their l'nthu"lasm waft BO great that'I tlonlll Book \Vt'pk, 01 sl'llOol she tll Il yell I' A, 1<:. .Iones, who gllvt! OlnIntel"Ung .
and Homecoming, IInd bllsketbll.lIgaml' with na'i us nev A. Iln old clllltom, the girls pluy.E"tl
Jo nlTOHI'USA I RI1 their clasBes for AS"t'mbly was o\cnp.1\ woul,1 run a..lly 1111 the
)" : hl'Y IItopped It IIn.1 .he talk Iln.! gnve ''mmesu Bal.l.win. .
PEARCE an while and couldn.tblRme quite II you time.At. fOl'm the
I But you should \'IKtt us Kome time, Old 1\t'stion"\ un how to 37 to 28. Fllzabeth: PhlllipKof
'om.' On
'1.T, nl ponTERUHIA them one bit fOI' being sop'Old Lord'lI Prllypr, ( moved
[ .. :' GUY It's I.'ally Inlel'esllng.The I the age of six Alire dub, Ills Mugg."tioni: wert': Bradfor.l was hIghlrOl'pr for
the >
. of lIuch beautiful rings, We Bl'Rdfol'd. 'Ve A re ys to 1o'lnl'ltlR ; I1rst to tllrke for two 1. Send IcUpl'B to mlnllltel'lI to Bradford wlt tw'lve points, fol'
.. honoretlby "
Gator Gro..1 Wol. IInd fOw Will'song.
"'I'om Old "'lol'lda, II
.t will hllveto !my that this year'srings nuonths IIn,1 then to HC'lIbtnn whert'Hhe let tht'm know thllt we Wf'I'e (ormIng -
EDITORIALS al'c very bpaullful Rnd dlslIngulslwdlooklng. many Iuvely III dies fl'om StU kevl .. wC're thl'n sung hy the IlS'st'mbly hall lived ever Min'e. She attc lowing her wn8 Orlne Padgett with

...--- AlIthe ItCnlOl'Bw'I'e ltlnA' ower thC're, ThoKe girls accol11plil1l <.1 by Irs.Bro..n Hzllbonn unll1 thlK dub. tC'n polntB. This helng their lirMtgalne

.t" 111 \ K\H!\ 'INO D\V well plells'd with th"ir selection l'el1l1y lookpll gootl. 1111 BUcked up, ut the piano.Mr" 1l5.!IIlle.1: t hpn Bchool IIhe lit elll..rptl B, II, H.wht'l.f' 2, To hllvP pl'ogrlll11lIn a"'mbIIy of the sI'ason the girls 111<1

with th'ir S\\'I'-tpst IImil.'s on, .. tht'npl'esl'nlt'd of pel'llIlnlng 10 pl'nce; slime cxc'lIent playlnA', t'lnulsrot.
.,al wrlghL's looom t numbf'r
Hhe has oCdir.'N''nt
' I'tl'ru .
day comes 3, .'n.1 1'Uprs to pl.t'lIitl"ts .. WIIR 37-2S In Baldwin'lI Cavol'NcxtlutI
Wht.n t ut we l.t'Rlly hllve lIome good c1l"'I' thrt'e act with ht'r jlootl11oI11Ire.1 -
" It sl'emed ull Ihet could he sel'n I I'l'll'n,11I MheIICqUII'col ol'gRnI1lItIOIlI<, lI kmgI
what does It mean toyou" bll ket-hall teamll now, The girls CUI In the lovable Illst cluno Ihe mOllt e'('
, !ach Y"Rr the l'plTlnlllllel' of the dllY WUA the pla "The Mdglc IlI't. wllYs and ht'r in OUl' wnrk:

Do you OU1Y thl.1k bout a senlorM walking arounJ wIth Ihelr WII "IIi! game. an'l' hl1\'e b.'pn. d.,. I pl.y II htll.. boy an.1 I''" Io on i smile, A Ii'e 114 al\o: quite humor- I h"I1)4. To tn II"Ill'lp" n us lI'l'tlon of I he h 1:1 II rytur clUn g-/lme of the niA'ht The
kl'Y dinner wIth all the It-alp,1 guud team, IIn.1Iht' rhlll'llcters Inbooklallll. bllYs went Into th. Ifllme to I'un up
good IIlI right hand In plain ,'I"w, hy II very mllglc cat'p.'t to Vlllit I owo,
I trinunulgor dn YUII 1t'lllly btop hoys ha\'e done tl1e Bume, TheI'llIylng' Tlwy St'P II al''Ile from I Ihakt' .. 1'''"' "" 01'1.", hut W'I'" l'url'l'lsed to find
of l'lIch eniOl' Isdcll.rmlne.1 tn
II Kow. course, l< Allc.'s IIIlIn, ambition Is 5, IInd UnlWPI'M, onhuw
..,1 Ihlnk about the mllny things on hnth tlIms-i ('XC(1If'lIt, I'cnre's' "As YOII Like It': qU'KU..nll the Bllhlwln gouls unrlnjtflhle
WEll the tllk11'I
to t'li I'll l'lghtof 8pcl'etl\ry.. ht! has to wal', he put In tilt's.h..1
.ome PI"\'I'lIt
; ""he thllnkful IIhlluI and wllh u hl'lter ('OUlt and mol'Opl'lIcllce Hohln"'on' Crus".' .In.1 1"I'ld1lY: Tom8awYl'I' ( Wynn lICorl'd III" pain Is, H.lzen two
hlll',1 WOlIthl'Uu thrnuj1h1.1'
thew all
I'lngs by an.tH.
cnmm"I'dlll ('OU rMe ("nl'll wI'll:
'Jur thankCulness of woul our teams h'unl"The papt'I' \ pllint", nl'ne I.lInlf one point, Rn.11'l'OI'ode
10 e p" hout this ye'lr, we < put IInd II fl'll'n.I, II "''cen / four yelu'll of hl h "rhool. She To Invile Honlt' mlnlMtt'l' to hl'with
the I, t :111.1 fel'! IIlII'ethlu Milt's Stanlll"h," I'laye.l a Vl'ry g.,1 g..meas
tJrmTrv/ up Rgaln"t ( : CUIll'I"hll) of l wOIoktl10It
< ..IiO'ffel'l'nlUmps
I In -- hlUl Hhown by ht'I' I'pll'ntll us In o""pmbly lit
II u thill 'e r be Ihankfult''e w01l1.1 win. Van \Vyn- I dl't'nll". l\1alluch Wllft hljl'hPol'OI''r
thpy ,Ind from "Hip
II M.t'ne '
make 11 gOll.1 HI'I'I"all of11I'1It'
I Admission Charged "he wOIlIt to tlll on the nf'4 lly
Ihat Isat with thrpeplllnt"
ill 11. country them the for Bllldwln
took on
/ \ "'I'IUICl'11 hai: a IIl'W pel. She reo-I I kle. Tlw fall'y all n'IUon'l' ,..
t'nt ut whh the To Basketball Games In The cuunt/ltthe l'n,1 of the
pt'llce ht'111 thllt lhelr11111t.lc
to'U. t
Ih' plf' VIHlt IIll'n '
c'lvps IIn alltlator.: eveJY ''''., I'pm..rnher AIII'l' frum 111"1 '\ IIppl'e\nlt'\ the talk that the
'. be thnnkful thRt you hve Is ,1111.. books.Tht \ gam" WIL'108 In our favor
il.Io"n't I'ell
_'orl Oall1 'S\'llIe. Of l'ourHe cllrpct
frol1) tlhlIn
h, < '..nl' hy I he spll'ndltl \\01 k 81w H..v. Ir. JOIIt'H gllve us 1111,1, weRle
be thanklul At I"st the nthl..Uc dl'plllln1'nlhils
D.'nlUcl'dlic cuunll'y; dOlled with IICrw I __ _- _+ -
" ill a hlte II' n.'WHI'"p.'r 1Jgl'llm11" FnJIIKh: will heh'nel1cllll
this ol'jlInlznUon
'...d. tur Ihe nJllny friends you have: found II WilY to mllke money The lTnlver"lty wet'kly, In fa't.G'n. HnnOUI1l'eI11N1tS. an.1 lI>l'n ...veryone Ailce ptk'n hke", Hl1IlIe" an.1 hl'r favorite Sill" to our I be IthumlJlt The hlkt'tball boys are I
thankful Cor your home slelilltly dl.1I'ltle man'hed out while Ihe"StI'RWb"I'I'y
be dldll't have to but he Is hlstol'Y. lIel' lilli- the Hallway Ioxpress Agency anaVl'rll
,, ,, be thankful fence ul'ound the court 8ubjel'l ou r nllUon.
bUIlding a
> or luxul'lou : Blind" played
Slrlr.g .
bll'k the bus FI'lday night.Thr'e Mub.j"cl ,
on and h'r dllhkcII e of 270 thlpml'ntll ('v..ryminute.
.ro'., lor your chanl'e to go to Hchool and an.1 In the future wllI chat'ge tt'n gUPslles as to why, Yes, "WhEn Our B, H. S, Boys "'all InLine. lIke Is Is frowns mathel1111liCII, ''''.. want t'vpryolle to coolel'ate, .
01 the with Ilnd muke 0111' club th. hestIn
cents 1IImission UII I
gllmes.TIte "
,'ft, Itarn more IIhp's a Mophnmo.. .. and one of the "., al'p'' 8111'e Alice ''1.111 mllke --, ---+---- -- -
jlttle bO wish 10 thplr ... the fltllte.
Ihinls 'B l""pl.t'SIl
are o mlny -- -- ---
Th'lO cutpIII. YCft, IIhe hils II twIn. mattl'r whllt she Inlly'do.YOII SYlo11i hllB ylC'ld.'d Homu n b..ad!!
will //Inti that you have to bethnkCul deep IIpprl'cllition to PrlnclpRI J.H Junior Clas PlayPresented good nn The "Iud'nt council will form
)'Ou Dot s chlln e ht'I' and Chili m,.,
MirIam, POKhla, HemlIRt', know she might lt'nt of the from rllve guntlluck
tOI', You will be Burprlsed Bt'ns"n for getting th,' 1 the Ihls cllll-lInti: Ihe pl'psl<
to find 110 many.So posts anll wire for the C'nce, an.1 Franl'es had u. big time InGaint'IIVlne A ain mind ab.ut se l'ptarllll .wwk. council. noc Walnrl ht, will 111110hI' worn 11nmulC'tK n cUMtom from

Fl'ltlay! Th'y went to By 1<:tlna Pt'llrce.In'nun ( the Pencl' Club, 200 B. C. to 400 A. 1>,
-- -- --- P for o
as we celebrate Thanksgiving The .Junlol' "' 8S gl'\'pn
] the IIhow be Core GlltOI' Growl anti .
day It AII1 let us remember the nOOKS Ih., ",'c0l1l1 time on TUI'K Mome Rlvl'l'lIltie MIlitary Acad.'myCIllets : : I.Ot'ISf<: C.S'iEIi'oIOn !
true nll'aning of the day and not I.Rst wl'ek was book week and ]6, In the Iludltorlum at1'hn)1.

Itt our Thunksglvlng dinner monopolize we have been busy pUlling booklets sat by them. B..tol'e they It W S prt"'nte.1 II t noon
I knew It H'n,1 Mae was talking II) /I day In May.May ]7. 1918, I ELEMENTARY ECHOES I II
our thoughts. Rnd book mlI: kb on the blllck- to an uudlE'nce' cunHlst Ing mUKl1yor
on.. (If the boys but she klll'whim tn be l'xacl the town of Lllke -
, book w'ek, thi:>lrIlnrhf's
-- -- board t ) l'epl'csent sphnol dilldn'n, eaUnl't' Its
I hey are both fl'Om TenneBspe "'Iorlda wclcomc.1
, The ]Oth A English II wrote purnATaphs liS thcy w\ltrhed the play.Till' -
School Supports So the gills were accompanI.'d torowlng: Pllvlrunll the bllby gill, "
J Sale Of Seals ( ilTlllginaryl a wOl'1<1 without to Gator UI'owl by some very money mndE' from this pre- llellll'lce Louise CIIS8C'Is, ...nl'UTIl em\Ut: tl.tC"I''iJIo : : SIXTII ( lt.U t: Nt'i'Ve ; !
book>t, Two of the bl'st plll'a- s.'ntlllon11'1 $ 16,10. making agl'and to hpllr Ihntone 01
halldftome In unlCol'ms, The She hegan hel' IIchool cllret'r lit t\\; C W I"I( .tUSAt : ure BUlry
graphs al'e the followIng: hoys total (,f o'E'J $1'10 that the with an II.I'chl..nt.MIII'Y .
On ThUl'KdllY the Christmas Seal If I here wel e no books In thewUI'1d ollly thing thn t spOlle,1 the gills' Juninrs mad.. un Ihelr r1lay, It waa the /lg. of lIeVl'n Ilt third lI.lway, here Ahe I uf our 1'111'1114.,.. Clllllwl'lI fl'lI nn IL rllke,
" &lIe olll'ned and the Florida TuberculosIs jaunt WllS a nut tile II 1 w miles wI'nt thl'ough the gl'lllle a It' ulur dllllH 111'etlng '
wOIII.1 ,
the peo"I. hardly well wnlth II. llInlulII "
. h'Il.'r "
ets Hnnn.
Is untl th'n moved to New fU\/"I'/ t'n. fuul th grlld.. nl'w olTlcl'r'W"I" 'V. hnpO shO!
.. Association making a lIouth of Hampton when thpy WN'ecommg I Iterlng the
reaJ write. They .
hw 10 or
knn'" -
In G.'ogIlIl'hy.
thl'.. monthA.Th.y hllvl' h"t'n sludyinChillll
.tI mOle mlenslve drive this 'elr: than home.Baniet the futwth g-rude t'I.'cted to 1I.'I've' for two
would be \<'SII civilized, and would 'hilll.I,1, tn'oughtII
Society ofFcenes Itol.. ,IlL "
"hlft .
As the bring R fullow...:
. tV bl'fol'" tn mdke Ihe opening all the I yeal's Wl'l'e as
-. Iln.w nOlhing about the prehistoric got hmppolnl"d thell'rC't'1I ot Ii fe, 110 Ishrought Chlnl'H... hilt. "hls ('oll1m,; w"f'kw.
on .
01011' new bllnltol'lum at Orl.lndoposslhle at the worl.1up 'l'oun,1, hili wt'ek-end exc'ptRIndny 1'.. "1<1. II t Billy OVI'IMtl'l't't.'Iee
pl'ople, the building WilY I Among tho e ullendlnl{ the llenll'lce to hllv. l'I'f"" ts on
101'-1 Inlo focuft the I'hll J JI BI'IlMonl 1\1111 hewll.R"CI.'tIlI'Y
The County e"llIl'nt !togPI'
In the pl'eH'nt and woul
High SI'huol will tl'y \ purchdllea v IIbout the forplgn t.t'ople.. then, un J says Mhe .Ioesn.t cal'eII in (;,llnpsvllle 8aturdIY wele : H..ne I entering, Ixth t'llde an.I the LIII nile Callw.'II. hl''Ulthl hy th. pup'III' of
JJ In the "
blgg'r bond thift ye:1I' know of the hit about the Gatm' Growl 01'the '1'1 eUI1\II'C'I' l\1al'lon Mannln//(.
J 11 ey would nothing Mae ClltKhaw, Fdlth Huwe, Evull'e I IHC'tlJlsh IInwin.ls. IIntll site IBIn oil r l'IlIIIt.TI'lIcher..
It Is fine to kn.:>w that if one Bcene
that once- ruled our home-rominA' gamewhich she CIll'ice'' The PrPAld.'nt IlppolntPlI commlll.f's -
gl'ellt genpl'Rls Elaine I'': Ihoillol f't11 111 with tuhCI'culolllll IImodl'l'D eountl ., how, or when our country I mla"C'd by the IIkln oC hl'r tC'elh.H'ray GIll, lIaotel MOOl'e-, Lillian 1\.lo/leley\ 10 hell) CIII'" for thf' I'uom.Ve .
where Onc", ngllin the Sl'ne swiftly -- -- +-- -
place Is provided \V.III dillcovcl'l'd. 'Ve would not'kn"w for 13111, he WIIS right tht're, Do hhl 81111th. \.... nle Phllhpll, \ have two new p".tel's In our .
The chanlfes and we Hnd [ll'atl'iC'e, nolonlf..r 1.'UllU'. .. Cilt.\U!': t\\S
one molY be CUI't1'1. KI't'ale"tuuse who lived here bpfore wedit und maybe that'll why IIhe dl fOI' d.'ath bl't WeE'n the IIges II chll'I' but 11 comdy young Some of our glrl8 IIl'e making
!. 1<01' a fact we rould know ('Ille.'Ve. non Sllro'(, .Iunlor Adkln/l. III htollhoo III 11 hpalth rOHter
01 fifteen and t'ntfive 'ellrs Is woman, entrrlng nrllllfortl In.hlln .In'"es fl'om burial> bags.
lubrrculosls.TIII'I'tCOI'e. n"lhlng about anyune exc-"t ourlIelves. hf'nr that Juanita has gone I Hupl, Ioure an.1. LllIllln 110"1"sIJI'nt !. 'rIm" hils pl'ovrn thllt, although '''"t' a..... lll'Uwlng Th'lI11H' lvlngplctlll'l's. pulntlng mal'aronl to UHe

In for OC'ol'gill. College boys, an.lIhlt I he w"E'k-enJ In Games'Ule. /lhe Is notlh... hrl11l1mt type, 'VI' hllve ..Irllwn lurkl'Ys They I.'e
child .IL'col'uUuns. Agnes
s.llool nn,1
I eV'I'y B I\'a Mae Ll'wls.Ve Georg-In caDle to Flol'lda thlll \ und PII I'tmll, As we IIn' IItullylngIIhout for
Ilnd 'at InhfOr
.'Ioul,1, contribule an.I talk Ilea Is tokl'Cp she Is v..ry Slllhoull I.ewl8 mlllle an Indian bllby cl'Rdle,
.... .. k-end for the home-coming RCtlvltlPM. lIrlim GIlY, DObhla Smith, HI'ne work, Afrkll. We ol'e 11I11 king a Intl'l'l'lItIng
disease from our oltl UII Borne -
drpad (
this Mr.
\ nil can Imagrne living In awol'ld P. S, : William Wooten Is1I1lendmg Mae Cutllhuw, Franc..s Peek, and n"'Il'lce bl'liC'vell that life has jungle M'pne oil the 1111 n.1. tllbll', Gray ubout the SemlDu''" In1111111 -

IChool. without hlwlnlf books of the Unlvel'slty of GeOl'gia 1Iarrlt't HI only one In thpvel'gla -- ---- \
..t'Uo.U; :.; ( lt"Ut: tSFrunky any kind to relld. Thel'e wouldn.tIe this 'cllr. InE'svllle, Fllday nl ht tht'Y attended dntl thllt Is the pi lice of n "tenogrllphero I lIere Is a thllt 0111' clnss

, :; any ch.\nce whatoever of any ""e hope we d"n't hurt unybodY'Ifeelinls the Gator Growl.tnes We whit1 hl'r E'vE'ry bit ofIIIICC "' 01 It.. .. eato\ut: JIot'sV. poem
IntclllgEnt educatlun, 'Vp woul.ln't ROBipl' '014 visiting In Williston \ happy this week :
Iorgll.n brought our wllh this column, It's all <'lIIl t uward h'r II mhlt 1011. But are vf'ry
!tebeccaS'nJI'Kfn'S have modt'rn ChUI'chps, cluhs, IIndOUl' Cun.'Vt'li. Illst Sundd.Y.Idell over hllvlng mllde $7.20 011 ourCllk's TIIN INDIAN IlRA VF.On.
loom a b..autifuI VR e- wl'ill.'n In goot.! d"lIn who kllows- life, the mlxer- may
thIs IJublie t\chools US we have 10'.JU W'bb WIIS visiting In Jack'conville .... th.'re WRS nn Indllln brave.Th .
) blr'thtlay clime slgnmg olT till next we.'koBe ('hange her envlronmenl, her liSsol'llltel -
', Jf thel e were not any .Ially I\"t we.>k, ,' 'tt'k Hhe Is .'Ight years old.'t' to wpar ovcl'coatK. : <, anti so ('hll nge her Id.1I11I I'uum m'l'II" more ma.lalto ( Spnnll

\\ lire learning IIbout the I'll.grims neW pllpeI'B' fOI' us to I'elld C'verydllY Iovt's sure, and hellvy YOUI'underwellr Ihls -- and IImbilions 81) thllt we cllnnutIIcrul'lltely complett> our yellr's Will k, HO, Ill' wOl'k.l IInd wnl'ke.1 till Thanksgiving -

Ilnd aU they did to bcglnur we wouldn't know what was !{ Jokes pruphesy whel'e we IIhll.lIIind we tlonated th.! mat'rlal fOI' threep.'can JnyTht'n )
happenIng around us. Aftcr ul1we A, Z.: "You al'e nothln' hut aI'ag hili tribe Htole him IIWllY,
I countrywe will preMent a -- Peeper. h.'r Ii VI., tpn, or cVt'n liflt'en'ellrll cllkl'Bln,1 trs. 1.1l7.l'nhyhllkc.1

play In aMsembly ahout them..Mrs. woul,1, be In tt'l'nble condition -- --- -- -- a !Jonl.", anJ a hank of hlllr," from today, tht'111 for \IS and we aoltJchanct'll lie hlltl'.1. the SpanlllrdK vt'ry much
I -. Ritch. without our many dlf'ferC'nt kinds I Henrm Mle: "You Ol'e nolhlngbllt Ut'alrlce sllYs that she haB only on them, WI' only worke.Ion B..t:11UI: <.. th.y hurt 111m su he had

We Wonder a hrRg, u gruun Rnd II tank of two parllmount dlllllkPB, conceited the "Cllke nllve" (,nl' wet'k and to IIse II CI'ull'Sl.

air:' 'our' hllll Ono dllY wht'n walking the W1HIII!!
HOME I"opl nnd making oral compolll- I'cllched gOIlWe\ Hev' i
FUNERAL /Inti 1J'ls clln'tIt.le ,
BOREE 'Vhy thp boys lions In dlls!!. ..nty-two numbers and /11)1<1 I hem through
1Jndf'rtll f'r. SUPI>UP.A on the same bl/i: to basketball Dim'r'hllt: t'ort' of puddlllgIs stumbled uml hl'oke his crutch
f'uU IIn') d ('II..kpt. 61 ".Te now lenve UC'atrlce on th. ull for tf'1I (..ntll ea.'h.110Ht : fie

, CLANCE SERVICDA gllml's? thl", ?" vt'rge of Rraduatlon. Nn more IsIt of IIle Sturke tt'lIcherKIll'lped i In twu.He .

Y A.'IlaJ NIQHT Why LlIIlIln 1>IOiley: an.1 lIa7.1 ""aitress: "That's collt'ge pUlItlinA' humanly pnRsibly to tE'1I now for us out with chance 1.I1's.R. \ had to sit III the wigwam the

53 I' II 0 N E 53o. Moore al'e Intel'I'lIted In Gainesvllle sl1'. It Is "a It! thllt .. life mu"t be lived l't>rkinB clonllte.J ten cents. Wethllnk whole tlrt'some dllY,

II. DENNETI', 1lcr."A ? Viner: "" 'ell, there's an egg befol'I' It cun be wl'lttf'n.By pach one HO vt'ry, very much, And wllh'h the wom'n liS the hours

IIOMI--I.IKE INSTI'rUTIOX"The Why E.lIlh. Mel'lll was down at In It that I'hould! have bel'n exp L. O. Jones. 1m' WP know without their hl'/p/ Itwoul,1 I nssed aWIlY.Thill .

the Shell Stall on Tuesday night ?
J What happened to Eddy and :\ItU.U; ; SII.'O'Au \: W. Keen!! solt.! oVer $4,00WOl ""wk,

Loyrt'e ? ThcBe are some jukeB hllnded Inby ,. th 01 chances: Mahel Ltush J>"cldt'd ho would nevcr walk,

Where Jull,1 went Tuesday the pupils of tpe Mchoo!. Mr, ullt B'cond, IIn.I just two and Eth..1 1\101' DUlling 1101.1. ovpr Iut one day 11 witch doctor cnmeAn,1

night after the bllll game? Benson hlt'l ol'fffeletJ a $1.0!) prize I ICor yearlJ ufter the ", rf'llt Worl,1 WllrWIIS $I,50vOl" h ; A Ivln Crews an.1Hlliph cured hi.. leg 110 lume,

\Vhy Mr, Benson wears 11 white the ht'st joke. ; over Starke hllI anotht'r Industriou" AlveI's10111 next In amount, The ne"t tlllY ht! wI'nt to light

, flower on hIs coat now? The way they will det'l'mine who clttzenMpllle Silcox "tudlou. nnd .others suld vall
I Why Dot Supp goes to Curp
Dnlg Store so often ? l'eR,1, the jukes In chapel /lome I anl Mrs. ,J. J. Silcox.AB Hampton nnj 1101,1, sorneune; ofhili "fh..y cllrrled him to ..lI-lnk that

, \Vhy AwlJ'ey B'II got her new mOl nlng and the joke thllt Kets the the yelll's PUS!!, slowly at fh'Ht fl'ienlill won a cakp. "' "y,

watch ? most applaulle will be the winner. and then more /lwlflly for l'hllolr.'n, The cllkes wpre wnn hy: MI's. fit! fell In the I'lver an.1 "olltedawa.y.

'....hy ;<'Iorlam an .1 Frllnces -"fllmlJ-- JoS wt' find Mellie in lIaml at the liKe 11. p, CUlpE'nter, 1\11'''. MalmleMt'I' .

fineu canon iIIlhe wOlld jutllWUftII)'m ..the thought they had dlltes for home. As we ..tudy uhout" the IndllIlsan of five. I1utlhe WIIS nut d..stlnl'llto '' of Hllmpton, IlDd Mr, "1. L, We hove two new pupllll In our

fin..' _ins Ihread .ocI Sea bland Conoa ia Ihe besccollon coming?
money can bu-benet IaJI ilnponed EgypI.on livIng th..re, Starku cIllI..d thpm'buek. N.IMWOI'lhy. at the TII) Top and A. .1. Strlckllmd f'om, Wood-
G_ ,\II LiI tlunda.rc thllnkCul I:1Ith: day that we 11I'e
and it'l A. t ) IInti educate '
conon, hookll to relltl help
of /ltOl'P, I..t UK put our cllkes In his
from A....."... conan Ind we invlle )'01110Icn now'e are grateful 10 our lawn.We
made aocI smooth acwills quallli... UII"e RI1 know how thp' prehi" for all they A yellr Illtt'r at the age of seven stol'e an.1 h sohl Kume dlanc.." Ilre gla''! to hRVO 1Ilye1O HI'gbllt'r -
for pliren'lI
,hem srrcnB'h aid of great-grand I Isuf'ftTt'I I
, _plo PIID6wn' See Island lorlc men IIvcd wltllIOut the ''dnd, Hhe entere.1. Starke Itchool an.1 was for liS tou. We wl"h to thank blm bllck aftf'r Ml'Ve I'll I m"nth"81.'kllt'IIB.
Send lor a 3O-yud ed to glv us a happy
__......In PIonda. lAy 101....CoIIo..5helbJ.N.C. any kind of 'book II.I .1\.lrs.\ Blj'gso; "tlll.tL'ol on her ""Y to the KOIII thllt"he 01110 fur his cOIIJeratinn.JlIl'k .

I .By Loul/le Prevatt. hop.'s to win this lI'hot,' 'ellr.WI..n DYIlI. \Ve have B"lI1e new hool !! In

Mellie hils finlshl',1 slhoulI (';I"el't ":,'Ie 'J'hol'nton, our 1'00111.Ve .

, !I>.. WHul,1 like t{) 1(0 tl) a "Uuslne.,,, It LIt.nley'/I I'llom. \ h'lvc blt'n colnt Ing' 'fllllnksJivinlf -

IIfIIJ 1< fil.lteC"lIege ,
ColI'goe' tn the 'IOI'ltI,1 --- pictures

(0,1Iell.. The WII k IIhe 'I IJeIi CilfTS I'On Tilt: \\ ttKI. : ; "l"I'.rtel' Ulorll l'ool''r1't'

has choH'n III HtcretllriaJ IInd IIhewnul,1 I. He only Is eXt'mpt from filII. :<<'I"r 1I..s\\ )':lIwII r.I. ,

like tl) K.'cure la po"itlon, InMiami. lire who Inllkt's nu eITort, .-- -- -

'e.10 not know how fttc: 2.Be up-to-date In your opln'ons J'lU "ITIUUIH"t; : :\'
! will Interf'rIJ, with thele ,.llIns, but but ahtIII ul the tlml''' In MfAI\H BtAI'U: 'fa,1 drlvf'l'.

If It do.." we hope the Ifib'l ft'I.nceIs )'our Ideals. a 1'1.1 fUl'bltltlcn to acccpt 'till key"m".y

for the b./lt. 3. Our Bchll.I:4 and communities A new orLiin nce d..tlne.1"tul'key"

I tvpryone hus moods IInI, wh..nM..llle will be jltllt us goool a" we mIlk" mOI1'y I1S that 1'1<1 drlvPI. -

lit In a studious moool she them, fur .tivl'rUng p"MII.'n"ers flomhott'llt

IIk..s the "ubjects of "Genpral Dus'In"Bs" of thl'i r rhulce to oth..r.,

COUNTY IInd "8horthllnI" for she Ipr training ha b"I'n started J>rllp'erly Stale Altornl'Y G, A. Worley, after -

knows these will ai'l h..r In the an Invesllgatioll last winter.IIlIid .

l lI C.n I Yo T' W (J It K buslnt''s work, As 'vel' '(Jne hils a fllvurlte city, several hUlpl1i 1'111,1, drlvcrll $2to

I ItUSK I.t-r ('S OnoE'OL'1t PLU lnlNO F. C. HollIngsworth .'nt l'n' 1m ItEI'\UU Oi& I She has IL pleasing pt'rsiDlIlltyanll fine they would like to live In orjUllt ,. for each prospective patron.
\ TIlOROl'HIIIIOL'i'Ot4 wh
And Hominy :;; flljh her friend" will dlsovpr there two In fact: Shrevl'pnl't, 1.11. and mum lHnalty of $1,000 line- IIndnlllty
t's :: Hog AN Philadelphia, I'u, lonment"
I J. on. EDD hIlS b.'en left an empty place, She dllY" Imprl<
To the outwllrd "he III 5 fl'et
FARMS ha!! an attentive manm'r which t'ye ------ -.

Plumber I'II:0.:.E ,j:: I helps her tNl'hl'rs an,1 makes her 3 1-2 In'hell tall. weighs 107pound. Cil.'NT III\'K IIS..;

--& clll"lImat..s understand that shp IsIn .... h s brown hall' and grllY' J ACKHONVIl.Lt: Mark Bartles..n -
III Sterlllzpd "ttle" I Inn Chllllen IIv.'nue, u"slstant -
brown ,
schunl not JUMt for all the fun tobe "yell

The 1'llI'.e Th"t UI'frp"hl''' T HIS SPA C E Denmark Stern's Garage had but to It'arn the thing!! thntI 1\telIi" we know If YfllJ kepp up nllloiCll'lI1 Inspector, caught

EN T are b"lng taught hpr an'! get act'rtaln your gJOd work nn,1 lire as Industrloull /I. Ilflf'pn-pound nine-ounce black

WE ARE F 0 R R Furniture Co- zt lTn R JlO 1 I amount of t'njoyment also.As aftE'r flnlllhing )"our ..Iuca- baSIl while ftRhlng In the St, Johnllrlvpr
lion now 'oll will make near "elaka, he rppol'tell on
S are
TilE TIRF.8TtnESCARPENTER'S : to her c'haractpr much can you
"ot'n We Are Rf'Cphlng Xe" t QeaJlt.-LO\ Prlcf'e I not be tol.J yet butth.. flct that she a MUCC't'MS In your buslnt sll. tverylne hiM rt'turn ht're yellterday, The ,

EXPERTS Pl'IH.J11.1.. mU"o G Stork ':,'ery Iy.: De Sure to lIi"he EASPA1'IENTS I dlsllkeB lII'tnklng or anyone wboUIIl'1l ( '" IMh..,. yoa IIU"SII an.1 hUJ>JXn811 nsh I" salt! to be the large/lt bltlckbul6ll

Detore'ou Buy. In hfe. caught III Florkl.l.
See It aIcuholllhows Hldt her churac-



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f fl Woodmen Meet In Hall Dr. and Mrs\ Caldwell Are I ZIFF and 'Lois Ray, were ,.,.?.

Tuesday Night Given Informal Reception FAVORITERECIPES I 1"1.. Late M. l.rnl. Corrr.pi.B4ci-t Lewi father W j ,john"* Mrs.
I II Starke, Saturday -
ocietyjI Tuesday night the Starke Groveof Dr. and Mrs. R T. Caldwell were Air and Mrs. Malcolm Hunter fen
itI r the Supreme Forest Woodmen welcomed by an Informal, reception I I and little daughter of Hage spent aa \ ayPSorin: '"arnesville
f Circle was honored by the officla at the First Presbyterian II I Sunday here with Mr and Mrs R. Clyde
Chll ,
,; visit of the National Assistant Attendant Church and Manse Friday evening,, U. Thomas. Dyal feud Johnnie and State Manager. Miss November. The following musical CREOLE SHRIMPMis "' I Miss Hazel Thomas and Miss tending Lt>w. wee! I I : : \t. nr ford-Union Federation Hinton-Green Myrtle O. Crump of Tampa, and program was delightfully rendered !, W. E. Mtddieton sent us a I Marzle Howard spent last week in ville Monday.business matter, ,nstner.
i M also the National Representative, : for creole shrimp and If you Starke nnd JAcksonville with
: To Meet In Lake Butler Jasper, Fla. recipe .
Miss Inez Hinton of !! -
I, I 'a i j P Mrs. Vonda Inman. They were escorted Prelude for organ and piano, want something really good Just i friends and relatives. 3 0.OOO
t f;, A meeting: of the Bradford- and Mr. George Earl Green through a bridge to the Mrs. E. M. Davis and Mrs. K. G'i try It. It makes a nice luncheonor Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Dyal and by Standard acres of oil (anti. Il"8PI
marriedNov. .
Brooker were quietly : Oil
Union Federation of Woman's Rostrum where grand honors were ''Jf (
J j I Duncan. supper dish and it a very easyto daughter, llyila, spent last Sun nationalized 'arorn'l'
\ 1:"a. .: Clubn. will be held Monday, Nov. 13, 1937 at the home of the conferred upon them. Vocal solo .1 Love Thee (Grieg), make. I' day at Graham with Mr: and Mrs. In Mexico

J ; j:! e I {1': 29, at 2:30 o'clock in the Woman's Rev. L, D. Johns in Graham. The The captain. Mrs VirgIe Flynn, sung by Mr. John H. Powell. 1 1-2 Iba. boiled shrimp E. W. Dyal. mm
i I I. :t : :., Club building in Lake Butler. Rev Mr. Johns performed the Im- had a well drilled degree staff who Violin solo-Vision de Jeanne I
II I 1 large bell pepper. George Prescott of Long Wood REALESTATE
I. ,.y 'f \ ,' y!. Mrs H. B McLendon, vice pres. pressive ceremony in the presenceof .put on the opening ceremony and D'Aic (IGaunod), played by Mis 1 small hot pepper. 'was called home due to the illnessof
i .\ ,\.\ ; \ Ident of the federation, has an. a few members of the immediate initiation. Five new members received Walter Baker 1 onion. his father, S. L. Prescott We

I!, t., ,' ;r'nounced the following program for family degrees of the order and Organ and piano numberFarewell Three or four slices of breakfast wish Mr. Prescott a speedy recov-
1 ';11;; '1i, ,, the afternoon: Mrs. Green, daughter of Mr. and several petitions" were presented to the Piano (Beethoven), bacon. ery. IF YOU WANT
,J ,, \; .r Address of welcome-Mrs. M. P. Mrs. W. H. Hinton of Jasper was for membership. Under business, by Mr. Powell. TO
t.'I I ; ''I ''f : Gleger of Lake Butler. graduated from the Jasper High I Mrs: Maud: Andrews''/announced the Violin solo--Adnglo Pathetique One can of tomatoes. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and | BUY, SELL OR RENT;
: '
Two ketchup. daughter, Lula Mae, and ,
tablespoons son L. 0.,
School in the class of 1937 where Choir under her
.Utl .::11 .J i; Response to address of welcome Woodman Circle i, Godard( ), Mrs. Baker SEE
0 she was a popular member of the I' direction, was doing splendid work' 1 teaspoon sugar U8WILSON-
1! Mrs R. M. Taylor of Worthing. A sociol hour with light refreshments to Mrs. !
Seasoning of salt, pepper, and a Stringfelow. Low prize,
"" ton Springs. younger set. and will take part in the programat followed at the Manse,
f of bottle of : "
few drops of tabasco. Method a "Ketchup, went to
l I 'w. Mr. Green la the youngest son of the district convention in High where Dr. and Mrs. 'aldwell
J \he.':, v,, ; d Order of business. gra- preparing creole sauce: Fry bacon Mrs. Roberts and for men to Joe REALTY CO.
"r the late Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green Springs Dec 2nd. Mrs. Flynn'edegree ciously the
I greeted guests.
2 : ,. ;,' Tap dance- -Joan Carpenter of .. crisp and leave on unwaxed paperto Allen Lander. Coffee, mints and
i !Sr.' of Brooker. staff will have an Important ----- -.
f, I ,' I Starke. drain until ready to use. Cut i. cookies were served the guests
i ,, Mr. and Mrs. Green will make pait in the convention, also. P. T. A, To Have Meet
'J) r i'l : Vocal solo Miss Grace Dukes peppers and onion and fry in partof .
their home in Brooker where Mr. The grove voted to charter a -
W J of Worthington Springs. The regular meeting of the P. bacon drippings; add tomatoes ,
1'1. ALI, Green is In business. ; bus to take the members to High
;, t. ,: Reading- Miss Ella Mae Strick Dec. 2nd. All members T A will be held Thursday night ketchup and seasoning and cook I
Springs on
tj', Dec. 2, at 7:30 o'clock In the school about ten or fifteen minutes. Add Ii
; land of Lake :
to S ,' Butler. vice president of section four will meet at the hall at 11:30: A. i
'&11,1'j\ ''j 11 I, Vocal duet-.Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Address--Mrs. L. F. Chapman, M. on that duy. auditorium Mrs, E. M. Davis, cooked shrimp and just before FIRE INSURANCE

:I ,J 1, '4 4t !'i and Mrs. E. L. Biggs of Starke. vice president-elect of section four Miss Doris Crews graduatedfrom president, will conduct the meeting serving add crisp bacon that has
r. 1 t 1 rT' Address-Mrs. W. B. Young, Adjournment. the Juniors of the Forest into and Mrs. E. K. Perry man, vice' been broken into small pieces.
j.ai j. f J.. the Woodmen Circle Grove with president, will have charge of the I Serve on boiled.rice or toast \ou may lie extremely: cautious BUT: thin IN the kfn.
her sister Hazel as her program.All
sponsor .
Nun for F1HKS..tre
members ate urged to at- FLA. STATE FARM
who Doris with an arm
i NEW KIND OF HEATDUOTHERM bouquet of white chrysanthemums. tend.: I MM. Bryan U'hit field. Cor. I, .
;ti Miss Crump presented to her a --.--. i I you adequately| protected? Hii\e/ jon Imrntor.,
Mr. and Mrs Roberts and
t beautiful pin, while the Juniors Executive Board Meeting Roy led your furniture I telyre you sure you h.ive
their daughter. Miss Enza Weaver -
"Good-bye, Dear Junior.
sang A meeting of the executive with relatives. t'ROlIlh.IXoI-K.\X'E
The Guardian Mrs. B. M. Fus- spent Sunday ; : ? ('allIIN today.
f board of the Woman's Club will be Harry Tyson of Tallahassee was
? sel then turned the meeting over
held Thursday, Dec 2, at 3:30: the Sunday guest of his parents,
to Mis Inman who had charge of
o'clock in the club auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Tyson.
the program. HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY
Dr and Mrs. W. E. Murphreeand
First was a talk, "What it
W. C. T. U. To Meet L. O. Sheffield Kind of
were among Exery Insurance and
means to be a member in the Supreme )
Lr' -REGULATED Forest Woodman Circle," The Woman's Christian Temperance those attending the football gamein

by Miss Crump, followed by a read. Union will meet Friday, 3:00: Gainesville Saturday. BCllltI"G
? !i ;; -GREATER COMFORTNO ing by Dorothy Faxon "Auntie's o'clock P. M. at the home of Mr. Mrs Josle Mack und Mr and ,
'' Dutiful Visit" and Mrs. W. P. Smith. Health Mrs. J. G. Caldwell had as their i

;.. MUSS Miss Grace Dew rendered a being a part of the work of the guests during the week Mrs. J.
r organization the this Hutchins of Ocala and Mrs. C. T'I
Spanish song and dance "El meeting
-NO FUSS :* Rancho Grande," accompanied by i week, will be devoted to a scientific Dinkins and son, C. L., Jr.,

Bruner Baker, following with an lecture on that subject by Dunellon.Mr. GREEN'SSTORE FLOUR 24 Ib. 73c
-NO ASHES : encore, "Aclelita" and "La Pa- Mrs. Max Lee of Lakeland and Mrs. Granvllle A. Geiger
," Members and friends of Temper- of Jacksonville were dinner guestsof
: 14 Mr. and Mrs. Vance
t -NO WORK Next was a violin and guitar ance work welcomed. Geiger

solo, "Under the Double Eagle," Sunday. I I
be held Friday, =Nov. 31, at 3:00: Bunco Party
by Bruner and Tracy Baker. CASH &: CARRY Ib. 9 J C CUK
Beautiful of The 1
piece furniture for any room. The Guardian, Mrs. Fussel, in i o'clock. Woman's Club sponsored a I
behalf of the Grove, then presentedMiss Bunco Party Friday night under STARKE, FLA.
dI See Them at Crump and Mrs. Inman each Lead arsenate, calcium arsenate, the direction of the finance committee ,,
I and other insecticides of which Mrs. is
poisonous Geiger I
with a box of linen handkerchiefs.The HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF Ql'LlTFEE" AT .\
Hostesses, Mrs. Andrews should be stored In the garage or chairman. There was an effective I \EKV LOW PRICK. SEE US BEFORE B 'UXG.
shed out of reach of children, not arrangement of various colored -
: Mrs. Flynn Mrs. Ethel Raymondand on the pantry shelf. flowers throughout the club rooms. I
L1 :: QUIGLEY & DAVIS hall Mrs beautifully Ethel Chambers decorated had with the -.. Seven tables of players enjoyedthe {'UOKING-Rrlnjt jour can

Porto Principe Cuba sacked by occasion and prizes were
STARKE FLORIDA autumn flowers. Refreshments of Morgan, the pirate is fifteen miles awarded as follows: high prize for OIL
and sandwicheswere
hot coffee, cake 72cNo.
I served to those present.The from the sea. It was a port that men, a box of handkerchiefs, to
meeting of the Juniors will had moved to a "safe" site InlandIt Mr. Wiggins; High prize for the
is now called Camaguey. ladles, an attractive flower holder,

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Irs. 1 Miss Snookie Corpening of Jack. F. A. Hoffman of Apalachicola 1' Mrs. T T Long and Mrs D. P 1 I Mrs Martha Gibson and daugh- I and thanksgiving will be brought

of jsonville spent the,, week-end here was the weekend guest of his I Carpenter will I upend the Thanks I ter. Miss Eunice Gibson and Mrs and quoted, testimony given, songs

I Ias the guest of Miss Kitty Hogscd.I brother-in-law and slater Mr. and giving holidays In Baconton, Gu. i W S. Gibson and son Billy all pew and old, specially sung and a

"lej Bits ofNe -._- -- Mrs L. A. Gray. with their mother. Mrs.V. T of St. Petersburg will be guests of painting entitled "Then and Now"

I James Richard Wainwright at. --- --- -- I Jackson.Mr. Mr. and Mrs T. N. Kendrick on will ba exhibited.A .
I '
tended life Fla-G Tech football Mir.s) Lucile Kennedy will Spend, 'II ---- -- Thanksgiving Day. cordial Invitation Is extendedto

ID. I game In Gainesville Saturday af- I the Thanksgiving holidays In Bax- and Mrs. Clarence Muss- all\ to attend. There Is no dan
I I cal ternoon. !ley, Gn.. with her parents Dr. and baum of Jacksonville and Mr. and The Rev, and Mrs. W.-A. Fischer ger of over emphasizing Thanksgiving -

.es. I ___ _..___ _______ Mrs F. D. Kennedy.Mrs. Mrs. L. Lawrence of Perry will be spent the first! of the week in Lake- in this way.
I I Dr. -___ I land. there Mrs. Fischer attended .- -
CONCERNING( OUR PEOPLE> BUSINESS AND S. Stemberg of Daytona guests Thanksgiving Day of Mr. .While r
: will spend Thanksgiving here with I K G. Duncan and son Kas- and Mrs. B. Jacobs. the reception given by Mr. Japan prepares' to declare war

ledma, PROCRESS(; OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN his parents Mr. and Mrs. N. Stern- per, and H. F. Theis were guests j I -- -'-'- ---- and Mrs. Doyle E. Carlton at the so as to intensify blockade of n,
berg. Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Kldred Southern College China and hasten pence. IFi
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe McClane
- -.---.- -- Duncan In Gainesville.. of Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. II. _u__ __ ______ -- --- .. .
Mrs. J. B. Sapp and grandson -- -- -- I IOI't:4'1.I.Short H. Coleman of Sanford were dinner :Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Flume and Grace's warbler a bird of southwestern

I Mrs L. A. Davis spent Miss Grace Hazen of Brooker is Charles Edward, Sapp and Mrs. : : time only; AIxaiitiliil guests Sunday of Mr.,' pr and large framed portrait In Jackson- by Dr. Elliott Coues. and.
W. B. Mundy were visiting relatives E. Wilson. spend Thanksgiving
the of and L. O.
..ifly In Jacksonville! I guest Mr. Mrs. und three Mriuill folder all I .
|lue r Hazen. in Gainesville Sunday photo. ville as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ft.W. named for his sister Grace.COLUMN
for $S. Homer Itron. StuJlo. .
: Morrla. lit Mills. M118'1o will remainin --
Mrs. Donald

I L John NMWorthy trip to: Winter left Sunday Park. on I Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent -Mondayin Mr. and Mrs. -Randolph---- Boreeof Mrs_A. W. Redgrave will spendthe I tle daughter Joan, of Vilas, and Jacksonville. with relatives until A %

business --- Jacksonville with her sister, Jacksonville were guests Sunday Thanksgiving holidays In 'ram- Mrs. J. E. Powell of Hilllard. arc Sunday.Mr. GENT WORD
of Mrs. Boree's of Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
parents, Sir. guests
Mrs- D E' Knight were Mrs. L. L. Roane. pa with her daughter, Mrs Joe
Col und l and Mrs. G. H. Bennett Martinez Knight. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop had
In Jacksonville.jr -- -------
scent visitors I as their guests; for the weekendMr.
-- Col.\ D. E. Knight and Col. H. 1-::. -- --- I ---- and!
and W. H. Carttr
,1. M. Brownlue Knight attended court in Palatku! I' Mrs. E. C. Priest Mrs B. M Mrs. Lauia Gholson of Ft. Mrs J. E. Thomas and daughter Mrs. MAN WANTED for good nearby
| and Mrs. I Friday. Fussell Mrs. T. N. Hutchings and Meade spending the winter herewith Joan, of St. Augustine and Victor I son, Ray of Jacksonville. Saturday Ravvlelph Route. Peal opportunity
nt t Monday In Jacksonville. I I Mr. and Mrs. Bishop and family for right man. Write Raw.lelh'lI. -
|daughter Miss Jenelle Hutchings her daughter, Mrs. EtilaWhlgham. : Thomas of Green Cove Springswere
-- -- ---- and their attended' the
'spent Friday in Jacksonville. week-end guests of Mrs. 10:. guests ; FAK-223-OZ Memphis,
pr. Walter Baker of Foley was I Mrs. L. F. Dinklns Mrs. A. O. ;I lust .. M. Thomas Fla.-Ga. Tech football game in Tenn., or see A. D. Zachnrias. Lakeidntler
--- ----
-- -- -
nere Sunday. Andreu, and Miss Hannah Swin- Gainesville. 11.
ulling -4tp
dell spent Monday In Jacksonville. ] Mrs James Hair of Lake City Mr. and Mrs. G. ,E. Hampton of : -- -- --- -----_..,-- -
p"ntVednes here with her Birmingham, Ala will arrive Wednesday Miss Gladys Kennedy returnedto I
llY QUILTS FOR SALE See or write
Souls' ---- j :MISSION 111.1.I
MM A Tuesday for a visit with Mr. and her home In Ga., last I
!parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ho1lmgsworth Baxley it
Mrs. J. L. Johns New River
Mrs. J. L. Simmons;; spent the I Among those attending the Fla.G.I. .
a Jacksonville.J ;Mrs. C. II. Nimworthy. week after a visit here with her
week-end In Lake j I Tech football In Gainesville Fla. 4tj
City -
I __ ____._ -- sister, Miss Lucile Kennedy and I
-- -- -
relatives. I! afternoon -
Saturday' were:
H. Benson Wednesday for f' Mrs. S. C. Carnell and sons Cor- Mr. and Mrs W. H. Hart and ; Mr. and :::'. H. Hart. CABBAGE PLANTS Now ready'
irs-1V. Mr. and !Mrs. H. C. Hitch, and
L |brief, trip to New Orleans La. | bin and Gene of Ormond areguests Miss Lucile Kennedy' spent Sunday i I ____ By the bed or thousand. Priced
I their guests Mr. and Mrs. WalterCooper
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cooper of
afternoon Jacksonville On Road 28, 3 miles from
| this week of Mrs. Carnell'sparents visiting Misses Dot Bishop, Rena Mae of Sanford; Judge and Mrs. right
Sanford were week-end guests of I
Hiss Edna Hutto left Wednjs- Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. relatives.Mis. CutsUaw Frances Peek Miriam j E. K. Perrymiin mid sons En'mett town. Z. Z. Grlffls. tf i iFOIL
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch. ,
S. C. --------
Columbia | ---------- of und Doshia
tftcr Guy Hampton
I I and Comer; Mrs.V.. E. Toiode;
j Mrs. Carrie Hitch Is spendingthis Frances Sweat Guilford Smith of Sampson;; City attendedthe RENT--Two story nine (,
Mrs. E. L. Biggs and son, Bobby
Mr. and Mrs L. A, Gray and I I I ,
week in Jacksonville will spend Thanksgiving' in Quit. room house, with large screened
K. G.! Duncan spent the week- at the Gator Ol'Owlln Gainesville Friday and Louis Smith of '
children will spend Thanksgivingin home of Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza man, Ga., with her mother Mrs. T. I Sampson City; porches. Large lot, centrally l lo-
Salt Springs on a deer hunt. night
tad In Apalauhlcola with lelatlves. I Mrs. D. A. Montellh Mr. and Mrs cited
I A. SweatMiss i I II $25. per month. Wilson
I ii i Joe Young Mrs. H. B. McLendon,
Realty Company. It
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Mrs.! Ella Johns Is visiting rela- Mr. and Mrs. A. A Wainwright ----- ----- -- : ; I Among those attending the funeral E. S. Matthews Misses Rosalind

\-ep in Lahoochee.B. were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. Mrs. C.V.. Chalker and two Beatrice Moseley of Jack- of Major C. W. Chalker in Jacobs Kitty Hogsed Lucile Kennedy FOR RENT: Attractive improved

and! Mrs. A. O. .A ndrel!. sons, of Gu If port, Miss., are guestsof sonville was the week-end guest I I Middleburg Sunday were Mr. and and Snookle Corpening of cottage just outside city limits.
R. Witkovski will\ spend Mrs. Chalker's parents, Mr. and of her mother, Mrs. L. E. Mose- Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville. I Garage, chicken lot, two acre garden

rllDds. spent the week-end here with Bobby -.- .. -- --._-- L. Wall, Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Mc- Pastor C. W. Cutshaw of the Law- See A. W. Anderson Jr. at
Little MIss Joan Carpenter spent Misses Clarice Gill and Elaine Lendon and E S. Matthews. newspaper office. tf
('h. k. Biggs. tey Baptist Church, gave a marvelously -
the week-end in Jacksonville with Edwards spent the week-end in
---- -- Interesting and Instruc
66 :Mrs.\ A. Z. Xdkins and :Mrs.\ K. her mother, Mrs. Virginia Carpenter. -, Gainesville as guests of Mrs. Richard Mr. und Mrs Harry H. Houston tive lesson Tuesday evening at SAVE MONEYOn

and ,<}. Duncan spent Monday in Jack- .._ Unison. I and Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Rich- I Ilhe( ,regular hour of service.
FEVERIIl sonville. -- -- -- --- - --- iirde of the State Farm left Monday ;
Jesus told his disciples> > they were
I Clothing
Dr. W. E. Middlelon, and James Friends of E'red-F. Slump will for Garland. Ala., to spend
TAHIETa the salt of the earth" and warned -
: \F.' ::10x6 ""-. *... 30 Miss Dorothy Sapp spent the Hotnsby are spending this weekat be glad to learn that he Is convalescing Thanksgiving with the former's \
Hl.oe. them that the,salt loses Its .
DROPS Dr. Middleton's at Piney after \\v tlnti" .1..t..1 Lan Price" onMKVN
week-end In Moore Haven as the camp a recent illness I parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hous- savor It Is useless. Just so with
.1I.b.M.TI.-Worl.'. B..t Bluff Ga. which confined him to his home I .
LI.I..., guest of Mr. and Mrs. C Bales. ton. the Christian lives of today, Mr. : WOMKVH: tMIIlll.
-- for a week. i I I Cutshuw explained which must be <' .lilt.:"'*
I Mrs. T. N. Kendrick spent the f
I -- ---- -- -- Mr. and Mrs. W L. Edwardsand salted or seasoned! with the saving
week-end in Lake with her I
1 i :Mrs. Eva Fermmdez Mrs. Walter I daughter, Fredricka, and Mr. power of Christ, after which they CLOTHING
son-in-law and Mr. and
For Expert RepairingSmith's I Mrs Tolbert Black.daughter Baker, Miss Evelyn Stump and I and Mrs Frank Bauknight and little are kept and purified! for use ns a "I'| .ti.l % I.IMI ami Let u |...tPor
John Powell attended the Fritz I daughter, Jane Merrill all of power for Him In the world. ..
ur )loner
Krelsler concert in Jacksonville Jacksonville, will l be
Mr. and Mrs. \V. Wainwright I guests A trio "Walking with Jesus"was
and family of Tallahassee were Saturday night. Thanksgiving Day of 1>lr. and Mrs. ( rendered as a special numberof u.

week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. -- ---- -- W. H. Struth and Miss Kate music and the men's grout:), in r.
Garage \Mrs. C. O. Dnpuis and daughters Struth.
the congregational singing, wasj
N. Wainwright, Sr. j
Misses Ruth and Jean, of Star Workingmen's'Store
--- --- --- ---- j especially good.Thanksgiving

I I I Mrs. F. H. Long spent several Alachua and Mrs. M. L. Maynard The following members of the will be observed

Phone 120 days in Jacksonville the first of of Hampton were guests Sunday of Staike club attended the Inter- on Thursday evening, day set apart '

the week with her daughter \Mrs \Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Alexander city Rotary dinner in Palatka since the year 1621 for giving I' 51'tllhi9On
I Tuesday night: W. P. Smith N. especial thanks for blessings re
S. Carroll.
Wrecker Service Day Night Bryant 1nlnarnr full Mrrrl'
or Mrs. L. A. Shepherd l spent) the I I Stemberg, E. C. Priest, W. B. ceived. Scripture;; verses of praise

_______ -, I K. S. and K. L. Matthews attended week-end in Crescen. City:: up'" the I Mundy, T, .McClane, T, F. Lun- --
the Blue Key Banquet in guest of her brother-in-law and. drum' Elmo Struth Bill Graham, ,

I Gainesville Friday night as guestsof sister Mr. and Mrs. Guy Richard- 'I W. H. Hart and E. L. Matthews.Mrs. WIN WIN WINHall's

G. L. Patten. Hon.
NAT SEZ: __ __ I G. R. Clegg and) little

Miss Beth Ford a student at daughter Patsy Ann of Tampa
marches Here's Mrs. L. S. Hutto had as her
Time i on.
Southern College In Lakeland will I are guests' this week of Mrs. E.: L.
guests this week Ms.V J. Bass
., Thanksgiving Day again. The and daughter of Waldo, and, Mrs. I spend the Thanksgiving holidayshere Biggs. :Mrs. Biggs> and family Grocery .
with her uncle and aunt Mr. and her house> guests will spendthe
clerks In the store are all thankful I F. J. Lord of Oveda.
and Mrs. John Uglow. Thanksgiving holidays in St.
I Jl 'cause they don't have to get Augustine with Mrs. O. J. Griffin
': I Col.\ and :Mrs. W. H. Nollman of MARKET & LUNCHWin
ri up early and go to work. A day of Paul Thomas, student at the and Owen Griffin.
Si-bring will spend the Thunksglv'ling
.jf. / rest. The merchants are not so I with Mrs. Nollmim's University of Florida, will spend

.>- thankful, 'cause they've already mother holidays, Mrs. Sara Hamrick. Thanksgiving Day with Mr. and Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonand $3.00 in Trade Each WeekAskUs
daughter Jeanette and Mrs
Mrs. B. M. Fussell and Miss Lu-
had too many days of rest. We Friends of 1>lr. and Mrs J. C. nell Stokes. .- Jeanette Kincaid will upend l About This
be a little sluggish In waitingon Thanksgiving In Tampa. Dr. and
may II Booker will regret to learn that --- -- ---- -
you Friday on account of overeating I they will move to the State Farm Miss Edna; Hutto left Wednes- Mrs. McLendon and baby will be FLOUR, 12 Ib 37c; 24 lb. 68c

on Thursday but try Sat the latter purl of this week where day for Columbia, S. C., where she guests of Dr. and Mrs. E. O. Muns-
I I will make their home. Mr. will spend the Thanksgiving holi- ker and Mrs. Kincaid will visit her
urday, we'll be all rested again. they 'RICE Fancy Blue Rose 5 Ibs. 15c
Booker Is in charge if the tobacco days with her sister/Miss Carolyn parents, Mr. and' Mrs. A. C. Dur- ,

at the Hutto there. den.
factory OAT MEAL 2' Ib. 15c

For Kiddie Clothes _.._._._.___._..___.,_.._.__ ,__ __ .__..__..__.__..__.__.__._____...__.-_,.-_..---.,_-.-..,_-._- _- .._- .,_-._-.. / pkg.
II I i iI MEAL, Fresh Waterground, 10 lb. 19c

Tiny Tot P' Cute I f LARD, Best Compound, Lb.. _.._._...... lOc ,
; '
Dresses 4.- SUITS4't' I II I 1I POTATOES, 10 lb. U. S. No. t'' 15c

: I COFFEE 100 Pet. Pure, Pound 12c

Age: 1 to 3 ga -for- I I !I TOWN I I Northern or Baby Lima Beans, Lb. 4Y2C '; .

6flc!) and $1.00 1, I II I No. 2 Can Standard Corn, 3 for 20c I ,

.115o7to11 o r CUTE;: BOYS I! I OPENS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1ST. GRITS, Fresh, Medium, 10 lb. 23c ; '

w r I ,

I PEANUT BUTTER, Quart 20c ;I.

(; We invite you to come in and start your shopping Our store will be aglow t \.

$$1.00 $1.00 I with the Christmas Spirit This is: truly a great Toy Year. The dolls: are more I BREAD, 3 loaves 25c .f

streamlined the mechanical toys more durable, and
lovely, the wheel goods more DILL PICKLES Quart lOc !
beautiful. ,
line more .
the gift
-'sciJ'---'l r'i i ; 'iI |

I LUMBERJACK I Dolls! This Is the Home of Beautiful Dolls I I BACON, Best Side, Lb. 17 c
on- t t
$ Full! Length Zipper' i The (question is what kind of doll do YOU want? We have It, Our line consists I TOMATOES Standard No. 2 can ,6c.

I of the advertised "I>y-Dce" dolls, "Lyf-Lyk" dolls, "Shirley Temple" dolls, ,

eDliS.9S0ATSII $2.49 I "Cuddles! ," ''"Tickle-Toes" "Betsy-'Vv'etzy" and others. Then we have dolls in the Macaroni or Spaghetti, 3 pkgs. lOc

-.-,______. ..._,__.___.____.. I lower price range, 23c and up, that are wonderful.
or ,
"WATERTOWN" I Toys, Gifts, Wheel Goods, Xmas Decorations
Double Cotton
A beautiful llustrated>' circular will be sent to you, illustrating all of the toys, PORK STEW, Pound 12'/2c

BLANKETS WORK SHIRTS I I 1 by gifts Wednesdaplea'le. cards decorations call wheel for it goods at the and store., other lines.: If yours does! not reach you I PURE APPLE JELLY, 12oz. Jar lOc

I Now is: the time and this is! the place to solve every gift problem you may have. FANCY BANANAS, 4 Ib. 15c

69cw,11 .I.Vie sure to get one of the circulars.! ,
-- : i I '

:1 Quart


L\ $4.95 $1.00. .I. i II 5c To $1.00t !I WAKE UP AND LIVE

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\ :MORE THIN 125 ENTRIES I IRKCEU on land North In vide NoithneHt: of a Tu Quarter acre tractor ofSoiitheact IN the the month 8th of Dare, ---==

SECTIONNOTES LIVE STATE Suction. :112 Townwhip day of In .
FARMERS : ED: OF GROWERS \ NEWSI Quaiter Dated thin 2Glh du '
name 22 '1 tf Month East con. 1937.(( I,
CONTEST'Gainesville ""
IN !SEA IXKAND I talnlnn' 3 Acres, more or IU8. t OFFICIAL SEAL

IN !SHORT PARAGRAPHS The aHHPHNinent of the said property A .1 'lH.\t|
.'Wltlb.CTS "
OK INTEREST TO BK MJFOKO GROWERSHints Fla. More than 123' I under the nald certificate issue ''lelk' I lor '|11., ., .
of Jan AI..l't.L'"I"M" .
i>d was In the name liiadfoiu. : dfn.26.6t
entries were received by the State j said certificate' shall be ledeenipd -1,26 I
Extension: Service in j according to law/ the prop-
I S.J.ltH.II": FOl'GHT BOND PROGRAM HALTEDTALLAHASSEE ertr dexctlbed therein will b.. Mold
the Sea Island cotton contest sponsored I to I the highest bidder at the court \: O'I'Jf'IOf'.- ,\1'1'11, 1111,1' -
To Housewives TAMPA- -The Florida The Supreme j
RURAL Taxpayers
the State Department of huUM door on the first Monday In :'j.vx'IIF.FII
I by Association filed suit in circuit Court halted Lakeland's $6,5I:}7,000 the month of December, 1M7 which xn'l'I.7.r'i 'rll' WI\? l al.
SENSE Agriculture before the contest In the 8th dHV of December, 1I37.! ; : iy I
i j. COMMON I court here to enjoin Hillsbor- bond refunding program with a declslon | tinted this aoih tiny of October" W. S. Slhley, holol".1, .
November 15 It was re- llIeatp ,
closed .Vo.
Demonstration on
Uwkly from Home 874. ('HHII.I ,ti..,.
.. ough officials from accepting that reversed a Polk County : 1937. .. ,
county July
A. II.
: '
here I SEAL IKIO. |III" lit..,
JOHNSON vealed today. OFFICIAL
' 4, Speplultotft, Tallaha*..r By SPUDS; Circuit Coin order. The new i ( mv' office and '
tills ,
I salary Increases of $600 annually i A. J. THOMAS: '!, I :;
of bales from Sell for 1.,1.: 11 1,
Samples every a tax deed to ) +
bonds the court said violated legal cietk of Circuit Point of .
the and new automobiles as I on 1 Said, ceitlfKut,. I'I, ".
In ,
Island cotton community j Tiradford County Florldii.
CITRUS C.UIU'U.ts, : F.UIEItS1I01'1..D: t'SE: ] authorized t by a local bill passed requirements that refunding 10.2 -5t-1l.Z6 follonlllir described, n,1' I:;I. :1
i state were entered according to J. fiiuntv of HiHdfunl. '
ADDINC1 'th''
FORESTS FOR the 1937 Anothersuit bonds! Issued without an approve -- --- 'I,
, Uhl.ill l'auldy RETfRNS: Lee Smith, extension district agent.Ioho ] by legislature In 'I'Hr <'otruty .,........*** <*i.urtllrndruril .I tO-Wlt I
Orange) ) TO FARMING: and attacked the raise from $5- ing election must contain the same Conntr, Klorlilu. East I Quarter ..r ,

2 1.2 cups whit sugar, 1-2 cup \ received the applications 000 to $6,000 granted Solicitor repayment provisions! as the original In lie 'I'b<* tXwtp: ofJtMFN Quarts'. of North' (V. ., I.J I
Kara Florida farmers should not neglect entries. | 3111110sll''IIF:1.1.: .. 1I."cllol1n.P' T'uA'uahlp l .
: 1.2 syrup
, orange juice cup E. Williams The actions bonds. ( .. Kant "
Joseph &
Pressed ,
that are being will be "non' ,
A first of $100 I
I'I (corn )I. whites 2 eggs 3-4 cup peCans the opportunities prize + :>OTU'fJSOTIt'I.1 srrtN more or lase
I were In the name of A. M. I Fort, a --- --- -
" 1.2 cocoanut 2 slices afforded them to add to their awarded by Nathan Mayo state IH hereby given that 1 The sssesslnenl of n, ,I
cup !SETS KbfORD: IN BAIINKSS j wily under the "Atop'
be converted into commissioner of agriculture to the taxpayer hove filed my Final Heuoit ai AdluliilHtriitrlx said ?.rti'wnx ,.
, candied, pineapple 1.2 cup candied lands that may I MIAMI Police records .show ::: 1 with; the \\lll Annexed In the mime of I'I i ,",' .. "
best bale -- ---- +---- Unli-BH said .
' farmer who produced the ceitiri/ -.n
or grapefruit peel. forests.In alias and Joe | of the Estate of JanieH Mai,'Ion Mlt I .
: orange with and addition to the actual monetary of the staple. Another prize of 22 1>.\1'41'4' BAR EXAMINATION Joseph Knapp Harry ,hell. DeceaHed, and my Petition forKliial city-einecl dcHcllbed accoidhiK. I li' 1 li,0" I, ,;IInF, ,,;'
I; Mix augur corn syrup Cordell forty-two, has been arrested 1, l JilNiharKe; that on Tuemlav, theii-h"' .
whites In returns they will receive for $25 will be awarded to the gin JACKSONVILLE The State j to the highest bldtl, .' Sol
:' orange Juice beat egg twenty-seven times In New ,, the Mth flay of liMteniber, A. 1> (liouxe ooor' "u
:, I mixing bowl. Boil sugar until it forest products, farmers will also which processed the best bull/ and Board of Law Examiners reported York and Miami for assault larceny uaIt/ Ten ..'the..I..k A. :M., or be aM heard noontheienrter the month of on lieceinb tin riK, .r '. J JI.
HK ran
: spins a thread ( about 8 minutes). benefit through soil erosion control second and third prizes of $75 and I I twenty-two applicants at the October moonshining and having :,. I will apply l to the llonoiable K K. In \Dated the 6th( IhlH I day STith of I I',I.<,
and .
whites of slowly effected by maintaining and I $50 will be awarded to growers of I examination have been ad- I ferryman.' County Judge of IIl'lId.r..I' 1937.
Pour eggs
unmuzzled dog but a new offense ,, (Coiintv, Kloi Ida, for approvalof /
: pine foiests. the boles which tank second and mitted to the Florida bar. Twenty ( I SI1:,M?
beating continually until nearly propagating yin said Klniil deport ; for au-
has been him. Po- J.
lodged against A. T1IUMAI I
stiff. Add nuts and fruit. Pour In a recent talk to workers of third in the contest failed to pass IntluUihK two wom- Ilioiliy, to ,make final dlHti'Ihutlon ofII,0 .lei..li of ..
!iceman Brock said he )
Raymond lMate: and for final IIIM'hnrK"t1I1""I..truo'lx |
Agricultural Kttenslon The of the contest allprizes ': The list of successful candidates Hi'ad foul inUKI'lCMh ,
State ,
onto buttered dish. Spread out Die purpose en. sand Into n a .\ with thelll Annexed 10-29-51.11-26
caught Knapp pouring
. Hat and cut :in squares or pile up Service C. H. Coulter assistant : for which will be awarded'! all of them men included'Kenneth : : of the Kxtate of JIIIItl'1"; -
I I the crankcase: of Manuel Pereira'sautomobile I lion Mitchell) Peressed.I't'I'KIi .
forester, brought out somevery I the State Department of Agriculture of Tallahassee, '
in n mound.OrniiKi. state by I Ballinger after a quarrel although ,, this .th day November: ,
I' IMnorlie Interesting points In connection la to stimulate Interest In Rufus M Yent of Tallahassee (At befriended J Ji A. ji., 1937.1.1h11[ : .
; Pereira had to Caiot\ Mitchell '
4- cups brown augur 1 tablespoon( with forestry on the faim. 'production of fine Sea Island cot-i the spring examinations twenty- i him and given him meal: .XdmlnlKiiatrlx with the Will 11

butter 1 cup orange Juice 2 table Conservation practices lire protection ton. Florida Sea Island staple according i four out of fifty-four applicantswere 1 ___ __ A._ ___ Annexed. htl.I..1IllIch"; of the",]?l Htate>et...UH of"d.Junien

spoons vanilla 2 cups chopped pecans planting of pines if neces- to reports received here la''I successful ) 1 .\.\()1'1Ilt 1' lAMiliING l 1K1I 1I-5-U-11-26! r

, 1-2 teaspoon salt. I saiy, harvesting/ gum and proper better than that produced In any + --- 1 I I BAHTOW Judge Robert Dewell',' \41 l'If'11 OP IPI'I.Irtrt1/Y

Boil together sugar, !salt orange cutting will make it possible for other section of the United States j'' ST AUGUSTINP- Hors d'oeur'j( bet the next of the Tampa flogging roit TAX i>iiikeonte : >

to earn from $1 to $1 It is the aim of the State Depart ( ( Illll %... t.i:tlXOTICI
the farmer I J
juice, /and butter until when dropped ves of golden brown case tiluls for January 10 and gave' 'IColorful
': m HKitionv < : ,
Jiviv. Thnt
into cold water from a spoon, or more per acre on forest land. I ment of Agriculture und the State served with u highly seasoned the state until December 27 to ,, \V. s. I Slblev. holder of Tax Certlfl-

the liquid becomes hard/ l. When Trees can/ be planted to fill In open Agricultural Extension: Service toj| sauce was the novel inspiration of bilcct which case It wishes tried.'I rnlH' No (t7&, iHHtied. the 7th, day of
1 Jill>, A. I). I'l.lO! IHIH filed came In
done, pour In vanilla and pecans.Stir spaces in the farm woods and in help and encourage farmers to continue two local hosts who waited until Five former Tampa policemen and 1 my office" and haM made application! ,waterproof, rr"s.rlool,

I fields at small expense. In to produce high quality staple for a tax deed to ,he. Issued thereon.Said .
j constantly until well mixed. old their guests had exclaimed over three Orlando men face trial on j 1 certificate embraces the. follow- and.. -ty to clean, Tile need no

II Pour on buttered plates and cut : fact according to Mr. Coulter and, to improve it.Florida Its deliciousness before Identifyingthe charges of kidnaping Joseph' Shoemaker j lug dt-Hci'Ibed. property In the Countv upkeep or redecoration

:. Into squares. from 300 to 435;) trees per acre can is now producing more newest wrinkle In tidbits. Comments Eugene F. Poulnot and SamD lt of lliadfoid state of Florida, to- &8tImat..given without obilga.dos .
'V :
.1 Candled Peel I be planted at a cost of $2 to $2.70 cotton than other who
Grapefruit Sea Island any varied. Some declared it Rogers were abducted j .Smith Half nt0'lh.'e8t: Quarter CO or modernizing work.

1' (Quick Process) Including labor. No cultivating or state in the nation.PRIMITIVE tasted like scallops others guessed from In front of the Tampa police ..North-Kant:7'ownshlp, Quarter Sec-
ten 12. 8 Mouth; Range
I 1 Ib grapefruit peel 11-2 Ibs. fertilizing is necessary and plantIng TEETH it was anything from turtle meat station taken to a wooded spot 22 I 1..1. containing :20 awesmore CENTRAL .'1.\.

It t sugar, 6 oz. water or fruit Juice. thinning and other work can : : BAD to pork. All were favorably Impressed beaten tarred and feathered about { assessment or Ivftt.The of the said proueitv TILE & M.iRIt1.ECOMP.iNY

Candied grapefruit (lor orange ) be done during slack times. OCALAThe popular idea that however, and the two two years ago.NEV /under the said certificate IHAiiecl : "

:( peel Is always a favorite. How Under the Agricultural Conservation primitive man possessed perfect hosts who introduced It appear to 'OURSES I uas.... paid In the certificate name of J Khali. M. Truby.t be re. 707 W. BoundaryGainesville

))1 ever, this quick method of making Program, pine trees can be teeth is all bunk declared Dr. Edward have started a new food fad. Only ( {'tNSIDEREDTALLAHASSEE.Colin! : : deemed. according to law the property Florida s ,.I

. candied peel Is only recommended planted on crop land that will qual C. Shryork local dentist after the choicest part of the saurian English. I 'to the described highest. therein bidder nt will the be courthouse sold

for early consumption and, ify the land owner for paymentsup examining various sets of teeth the tail was used'1 1 to provide the state superintendent of public instruction dour on the first Monday in,

\ while most delicious if used then to $5 per acre. Work sheets taken from shell mounds at Silver delicacy. said an advisory commit

Ii it should not be held I too long. If Glen Springs In the Ocala National + -_- tee recommended that these new I

1,< part or all of the Juice from the Cut the peel in quarters and remove I Forest I Estimated:: to be over 2000 loll !Sl'PKEMK: (.t'nT courses be added to Florida public FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

II fruit is used In making the syrup from the fruit and weigh. years old the teeth showed evi- FORT PIERCE- Judge Elwyn school curricula: Music In the'' : :Many Years Kxperlenco :Makes It Possible for :Me to KeKFFICIEXT ,'
,,4 1-2 dence of pyorrhea, decay and abscesses -' second to twelfth .
there will be a more pronounced Cut this peel into strips 1-4 or Thomas, a senior judge of the : grades; general
similar to diseases affect 'I business in PROMPT: und COI'RTEOI'SiF.JC'I! 1C K
r fruit flavor. inch wide or into smull shapes. Ninth Judicial Circuit, announced : junior high school;

(I' Preparation of peel: Select Place In a sauce pan of water and ing modern teeth. They were ,,8.1 a candidate for justice of the speech in Junior and senior highschools :MODERATE PRICES
'li! bright fruit with thick peel. Wash for each quart of peel taken add found to have been worn down Supreme Court In Group 2, entering ; general mathematics in I DeWITT C. JONES

I} carefully. Grate lightly on an ordinary 3 pints or more of cold water. Boil comparatively early in life due to the race against Chief Justice addition to algebra. In the ninth Starke. Florida

grater.to break the oil cells. 10 minutes and pour off the water. coarse foods which while strengthening Ellis and T. G. Futch Serving grade and science readers In the I

I s Repeat three times or until us the Jaw and toughening the continuously on the bench for elementary grades.

flavor Is removed !gums perhaps had a tendency todestroy ___ i I
much of the bitter .
( '
and five
OLD ;M\TTRESiES! MADE de years months M. |-II: OP .1I'P6H' t'I'IOV
; NEW' Itt'Kurdlentt of rendition as is desired. Dry the peel the dentine and admit Judge Thomas Is one of the most .'01& T\\; I>.:IDrniilf
f Dr. Shryock was of opinion <.. > 11111 >...
between folds of cloth pressing cay. licit:
New :\I..ttr..p.1..df'J: to orde'r widely known circuit judge in ..NOTICi IS
t Let us convert your old mattress gently.For thut people of the present have the Florida and has sat with the Supreme ;Sirs., Irnui K. O'NHH; holder nf '-5

+' into new type inner spring I each pound, of peel used add best teeth of all limes when they Court of Tax rertirivHte/ :';0. 2K6 Issued! I
1 on Bevel al occasionsin :'t lid day of ,\\UKU..I.\. 131.! h"l
j mattress. Our prices are rea 1 1-2 Ibs. of sugar to 6 oz.: of water take proper care of them the last five years. Horn in fid) same in my office end
sonable. Satisfaction Guaran made ni>i>\\I..lIon for tax .1..cI l
lcc. to boil and n to
or Ji' Bring u Fort
St. Lade
= countywas I bt> .
teed. must be filed and other requlie- iHHitcil theieon Sold C'PI't If(lrxt0
I. cook until sugar \Is dissolved. Add Brevard, he was educated in umbntreM; ; the following: described l ,

i'' Quick Service prepared peel and boil until syrupis however.ments of the program completed the common schools of Florida and M property:l tp of Fluridn I hi the Cnunly tn-wlt:of III iicirord, |I

absoibed. Remove immediately took his degree as lawyer at NoiihenHt uuurtfr of Southpngt |I 4 4
Mattress CompanyJ The first revenue from pines Quarter Sect iun 17
't from the lire and roll peel in StetsAn T"wiiHhli'. 6
planted will come in from eight to University ! : 381 Park St., a
J 40 ,
granulated or powdered sugar. --+--- -- ui r 'H lure or leH.
;; JACKSONVILLE FLA. 12 years in pulpwood thinnings. 'I'h.. assessment of the Haiti
This peel he used also In propj j
may .
'I.OItIU.nI.ltS: GET
tJ! We rail for and deliver; just Gum poles saw timber, and crossties erly ender l the said' i ertlflcal' ** lesu..dwas 1
fruit cakes, .plum puddings and IAKGEK INCOMB: 1)1'KINO In the inline of .I. M Truby. .i
drop us a card. will follow in succeeding S.
right along L'nl..MMlId
7. otl.pi JHhesi > / rprtlfh'HtH/ shall/ l h. rfdefined *-
s4 1987 ,n-I OUT DECLARES n<'toi illnir to IHW I the property
I clvfillhdl therein Hill bt sold! '
I J Forest lands and their products to the highest bidder at .the court 1e vs.'ten'f

i Ii LET TilE MOST OVr; OF 1 Of TR MOTOR WITH are a pretty good form of life In. Gainesville Fla. Receipts by hoUKn door on the first :Monday Ind|I :
Florida farmers from the sale of I the month of 1)erenher" 1iU7: which j 1 1i
Rurance and a steady Income. Once In .the Hth dav/ or Den-mber, 1917.! : N4rr
r KOOL MOTOR the forests have gotten .a good farm crops und from government 11131..Haled thin Int. day of November,
payments were
OILS start the income from them will considerably larger I 0..1"1J.. SIIAI.,)
GASOLINE AND. during the first nine months of A. J. THOMAS 71' /
t"c's" FIVE STATIONS IN BRADFORD CO NT/ ARE AT YOUR continue. Establishment of forests 1937 than for the same period a I'leik, of Clicnlt/ Court of Sic ooieeets t

SERVICE WITH A COMPLETE: LINE OF now means a regular income from hiiidford County I*1"I..ld
year earlier It Is revealed In a report 11.5-Dt-IE-3 .' 41etXW ld
them In the future.In .
i by the United States
addition to straight income Depart. I IN Till? V.\.MI3 Ob' TUB STATS OF /
THE NEXT: TIME YOUR :MOTOR RUNS HOT. GET TilT ment of Agriculture( received by !KI.OHIDAI I vr
the forests are beneficial In that ESWjL. -A\
the Florida Extension Service. It "I'lu'III'lnM' l hII' nfflila\lt filed In
STATIONS: JOHN ROGERS (Gainesville, Road) they control soil erosion. thut certain. catiM/ t In ctiritlt ""//lI.t,1 j 1'p
County agents and other workersof Higher receipts from Tobacco, citrus HrHdfotd <'panty, Flurl'la In Chnn-
Kitty's -- Dad Penders 13-28 fruits truck crops and most <-i-rv, ...II'III..cIllldr..cI; Fritz, I'laln-
the State Agricultural Exten- tiff V. ,
West End Sta. Harrison's (Brooker). sion Service Join the State Forest livestock and livestock products accounted and the lellef\ prayed for .r"llIl..nt'l helriir 1d I-
for the gains it Is said. \r>rpe; thut the defendant la n renl-'
Service ami the United States For dent ...tI/ State or Country unknown
D. E. ROBERTS Agent d a
est Service In urging Florida farm. From January through September to the plaintiff, ami that them i IH jP1

BRADFORD AND UNION, COUNTIES of this :year government payments no person in the state of Flol'lol"1)| 1 mot O Am.rlco
ers to take care of their woodlandsand Hirvif of personal l I ? Fruit
process upon aY'D Grol..r.
to plant more trees on their to Florida farmers amount. whom would personally bind Bald 1 pp.traa & Gaeden A0.Bea PouPry l y1'
ed to $1,116,000 as compared with defendant o II'U l'I"T.1a1h'4daa : _S mop Dr..dopn Car.ll Darns1/ 1 y1'
old lands. ,IT is fiRDKHPn, that the I yt. Glad. I
$441,000 a year earlier, the loot, Raymond .t"1 O + lours at.- d Lodger. Y-
report YO'I'lta. appear ) 1=tt trf I ytS 0 Coun i
shows. Total receipts including bill of Complaint on tha 6th of t>e- 011. Ne.eSl.e'al'- fry Nom.a yrAru
ember, liH7: otherwise a le'rps Pro |j Name ads I ytS Olam, )auras 1 y1'
government payments and the sale ConfeHHo will I be entered ngalnHtt Nou..hold ) a t 0 0d ) 1
Shows Ticky Deer Limited to Three Small Areas : I a m. BroNee I' ,
of farm crops for the nine months him for his failure to appear; that McCall'. Maaasl"8- Ollom. Ans. I yr

were $98,353,000: for the first nine for thin four older:: foiiNecutlve be published weeks once a In week tha'liiadfold j'! o a Op." Road lot Bare( -. 6 mot 0e Nom. Frl.nd Xo dlaScott 1 yr

months of this as County Telegraph ft news.n a pa.au' M a aouY1T1'I 0 NOU..hoM 1 y1'
year, against r0lattl6ad
"per of general' circulation, .e ( 0 L/horn Magadn. 1
$74,488,000 a year earlier. II:*-e'l In Tirailford ('onnt)., Flor r..b.\\ .."' ._ _- II 71. O74oth.5' world 1 Yrapktedal k
W1T.NKSS' MV HAND AND: OF- FmmH 0 Nom. Llr yr
TRAIN bCIIKIMJLE; rifl I.tr. I K\J. of said l Court this Nueml.or It'pro llre..I" 1 yr PmhHnd, ( a y1'
t1saR1A \' Ird.! I I1"!?. 0nemar"a Btorl.e I r 0Ponhrr w..A!Y) 21 11e50t

JAt1 SN Our schedule changes April 25th .\. J. THOMAS i 1m.... lel.. 1 yrA O FYegryW.Yrlbue. I r' ,

4 aAl1Gn ,R an Illels NAS.Au County, Florida. -
s.wtrosuo Snuthbouuu Hv J H. Kelly. D. C. o co"lu.10'AlltleuUutlsl-- II pn Oeauthul, freui'url.t.._ 2 yn
DsY 'r. t'llVK LANDIU'M( ; Tro.jl.'n I. ? O Wem
F Jy No. 1-Due Starke 11:31:: P.ll ..Uioinev for I'lalntlff. a na. World 1'r M

esu s "asuu t' +u.am( t .dta pN tc No. IS-Duo Staike 4 '57 K-\J. ll-S-51-12-3 0 Waman'a'N yr gi

TAY10a No. 107-Due Starke 9.16: A. .1. :\0'1'114: OK PPI.UTIOSKOH I !Yd

$ CLAY No. 191-Due Starke 10:39: Y M 'r % \; IIKKKIWenntr : : s / ,
i I I Illll'" >n. lirll:
., Northbound XClTJ"I'! IS IIEKUElY OIVUN; That
i'f I / AtANuA a1,5 No. 2-Due' Starke 5:00 A.M. "'. IT Smith' holder of Tax t'ertlf1'ate I OFFER 310. I orrxa 310. 3,LL rotr9
'f 0,51s Xo. 137. Issued the. 3rd' ALL riVE
5 MaiRL I I No. 16-Due Starke 11:21:: A.M. August, A U. .1H31 hill filed, day same Ibis Nswspap.r 1 Yr. FOR ONLY Tbla N.w.pop.r, I Yr. con o

L r No. 108---Due Starka 5.00 P.M. In my office and bin "made appllcatlou }
tsYY for a tax deed to he iKimeil 4 Malla.lau B $2.10 Magasln.s A 1'P r
.f MARIOrI I Starke unit U'nnuve Branch there,,. said certificate embrace (rom Croup from Group

I I' I No 101-Leaves StorUe 7i'0: A, Ai the following describe property In
vauaae the c'nunty of Hradford. State of
; e 1Aal No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:501": AI Vloilda' tnwltSimtheant : OFFER NO 2 OFFER NO. 4
calur G I Daily CJnaiter of This N..pap.r. a Yr. ALL FOUR This N.w.pap.r yr. ALL a',, I
; To correct file Impression except Sunday'- Snllth- Foil o '
that 3 \\ *t Ira trter unit :Nine C' Maqa.lnu FOR Crlty L-
Nyplt /and ) Magadan1'r :
i i ticky deer distribution is widespread T. J. ORIFFLVHI'S ) Ac1 i ,.. In HIlt beast Cor lrom Group A } 25 2 from Group A }$". .5:J

I I I throughout the State the Live Stock jam; !- oa"n6 I: SCIIEDtJLE: ,ner iiiiithweHt. of Northeast ijimrter or(quarter:Section/ of 21 i 1 from Maqa.ln.Croup B $2 3}MaOla.lnu rom Croup D D ...,... I.

Sanitary Board I Townnhlp ft South flange 21 I
r today released the DAtco 1oseeotA I bouthbnuna ITiiMt. ?ontalulnic 5u .Acres moreor .. "
t accompanying sketch, showing that to I 0.205: -Due Starke 5:15: p.m. less AU.Fvt
s4 a I The iiH'*,'*Hn'eiit ff the paid 1 1 ,u Tru. IItorY'' _.___ I y7 } FOR ONLY
/ i the ticks deer No. 207--Due Starke 11:45 property :CT.QRY
areas are limited to : p.m. under the nld certificate !I.- Household Ma9asla. I yr \ I1'

;l t t three small locations. %U potty INDIA'1 No. 203-Due Starke 12:13: : p.m. sued .wag In the name of A. F. Marcotte. ,. ,',, ,101:;;' r'n- Country Goad IIla.l.s Ham. I 1 yr y. { S2.2 WI

l \ esea No. 201-Due Starke 10:20: a.m iileMR t Maid ...ttricate ..hullle redeemed *..Iot r:: THIS I'IEWSPAPEa_ I 'IS ,

; "" The black assn) MA son Northbound according to la\\', the proprlv .. .
v areas toward( which -
described therein will be old
I t I fingers are pointed)' are the private trlua. 1 [No. 202-Due Starke 1:50: p.m. til the highest .bidder at the court McCall' Mogailoe I yr ALL FIVE
I i fend tx>onwulusw No. 204-Due Starke 4:1:5: : p.m. hoiiMe dour on the first !Mondav In I Woman' World 1 y7 !OR ONLY
state game preserves where the .. w Yl No. 206-Due Starke 9:15 the month rf Liecember. 1U17 which Good SterleiFerm 1 yr } 10 ,r
t tick infested deer tie : p.m. I" the Rlh day of December, 1917.: Touraal I yr $2 A
j I ale fever tick. propagate eat. NM1tl1" "AOtf No. 208-Due Starke 3:35: : a.m. 1917.tinted( thin list day uf November THIS WZWS.vD 1 rI /
These deer b
214-Due Starke 8:05: : am. (OFFICIAL PEAL)
i S removed If Florida Is ever to comI' Starke Bus Agent: Beasley'a A. J. TI1CI'leik ;\ !''I, I
the work" ue et.cay of Circuit Court of J p j
Vp1ete of tick'eradication pALMeeAUI
Service Station
opposite court.
Bradford County, Florida.Mil -
\ KTha Beer In these 1I-5.6t-12-3 -- )
: swamps represents .... house.t' .

I' .only a; very small per cent of the \ aoYMRo 'KM OP PIMirtTION ,

: I Beer population la Florida When COlalt. Easy To B e MUt.V.n About roll TIC' : litIIHrnnle -:n i.nel.m.DI

.. /, the Beer have been killed ana tick1Ura'dicatTon 1 MACH TROUBLEsu'Terer :.vriTtrR IS IItItir1Y'Ilvt Illll: >.>. in.ll: '::-:. That / which t.... .ead me I

t eomJ'lefe1ie' J.V., I'revntt, holder of Tax CVttlfl- 1 ,
HWAnrpsan DAD! rate Xn 429. Inmieil the Znd year
: day of
:: sufferers! should learn the
be July .t. IJ .. I
1914. has
. resjQsisj. with \ filed "me'ln
.. troth nViout GAS ACIDIMWUKST1ON
leery ULCERS.
trta J my riffle: and ha" mad application I D Hom. O:fer 0 Story
. I
I I belching heartburn ffir n tux deed to be iHHiieu thereon.
I d (.or..,".\tioll. etc.. due to vxrehMitid. :Said. certificate' .embrace the fol- -

:FREE UDGA booklet contains facts lowing: described tropArty In the H.m.................................._..___- I
County of Itradforil. State of Flor /
in'reEt Thetfthedition
) justotTth
{ i I"a. to-wlt;

',resl\. may prove your first step to hap- <*..m Southeast Corner of North* Strict or R.F.J.. ... ....._......_..__ --- I
'y atcmaetcomfortCllpthiatoremind' a.Pltaln North60 Yards to Quarter

, ..1 [ 4/7Y I 'oil to ask for the UDGA Booklet atCARPENTER'S beginning: Thence Went 210 Point feet of, To.n and State ..........--............. .I
DBCO STORE I North 210 fen. Kant 211I feet, South -_ts
[.210 feat to Beginning & 2 Acre "__aL_ t.m.(rr.e. ...:::.:::" --t.

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Iut R'll IHKKCTOKVBTIST "As my wife, you'd stay" | COUNTY AGENT TELLS STORY OF !

CHURCH Tilt C A madness of triumph ran over BROOKER "
11Lt' lii .V :shepherd ruator her. His wife So finally he knew .1 -OVER I :Miss. Sera Cialn!')'. Correspondent'' !

that this the
was only --
way '
Jltl'd School, 10 o clock a. m., v This was applied .!
aY ? Her voice was thIn and expressionless following radio talk tellingof poison \V. r'ebb und family who .
I the revival of the Sea Inland cot- weekly for five weeks using theVPA 1 .
it WORE "Caieful Rudi I. 1 '
rlrnlng 11 a. m RESINOl'sIx have made Hrooker their home for
\ method which consists
I ion industiy In Hiadford County mopping
Ur 6.30 think y'u mi' i.it that, the past few moved to ..
fv meets' at : p. m. years
0 i I Ive never meant anything morein wall made by County Agent T K. of merely pushing a mop ,: Jacksonville this week They formerly -

Lmnff Worship 7:30.: life before" I MrClune. Jr. over station \\'KUFIn dipped In the poisoned wrap ,
amain ra.r T.a my lived at Jacksonville before 1

f. <. Teachers Meeting, Wednesrrt May n roller t1 h Aar Her lids chopped and she swayed Gainesville recently during the ,: through the cotton plant.Ve. coming here and their many ;, .

84 5 P m.Bfl.week close to him. "Rudl think. You unnual conference of Florida farm made our first application this year i .
Wed- friends wish them much happiness /
service .
Prayer : on May 26 Although this pro .
( : .\iinl formerly; asinger be forced to accept her as sfutuie don want to marry i me agents In their new home
7 30 p. m. "Bradford County, located In the gram did not completely control /
peaJwy) In \\aterlnuit cute in "lI'1nyf'
Mr und Mrs. L. D. Hazen and
heart of the old Sea Island cotton the boll weevil we do feel that It
y1ET1O1)1ST CHURCH Trieste, In In lasliloimhle Tei- "1 don t like "And lllIddclena.'hat about
to wear flowers belt has several thousand acres of did materially keep down the little daughter, Minnie Lou, of "
Pastor .rriitu, posing UH u unnuin of she said slowly look M.iddelena ? I
"They so pretty his
Slarke were visiting ,
HP \s'hoot'I her land Ideally adapted to the pt'oduc- weevil Infestation during the parents I.
He seemed to be dazed '
m. poHltlon. Her two weeks' iidtntnre for such u little while and then comprehending I Mr. and Mrs. G.V.. Ha yen, here
Sunday when most of the
cotton In fact period squaresweie
tlon of Sea Island ,
his words\ and not
\ Is the result of \\c-nl- they die and look so ugly. No own yet
;.VoiningWorshiPlla.m.rmvotth! most of the soil in the county will being set. We were troubled Sunday. .I I
6:45: m. ('Olllltnnalla' drunken think knowing how they had come about.
p. thy much
League you very postman"And '
little by the boll weevil until I C. C. and A. D Crosby of You-
produce high grade long staple very
7:30 .. And with It nil, he held her fiercely :
Worship- : p. m. whim !She finds herself <| so our love would he, Guilio .
Benin: cotton. the third week in August; and ken were visiting their parent 1
'Wednesday at 1'ralt'I l In love with tiuillu, her as If no one could ever separate
; silently Thcica
meeting eyes plead a believe then the boll Mi. and Mrs. P. I
payer Pi'lor to the advent of the boll we that even A, Crosby, here
them "She'll have to understand.
the village pnntniiin but wonting hunger in me, Guilio
a hunger for
T 130 P. weevil In 1917 and 1918 Bradford weevil did less damage' to the cotton Thursday. They were accompanied \
ae invited to all these serv- lnviir)', she resoles to vinIt all the things I've never had und I'll tell her"When '
you County was essentially a Sea than did bad weather conditions home by their nelce, Miss
lull I'al from. his llaiiiee wanl Please ?
please, don't standIn
j ile. Island cotton county. Some ten Another similar program is Madeline Croaky> who will spend
His. mouth twisted and he hesitated
:\1.uld.'II'IIII. The u Inc Festal
my way.
thousand acres of this commodity planned for 1038lll some time In Youkon.
gTII .': B icnnlePasorH is lust u fete cLijs off and she And us they 'walked past he was just the mere fraction of a
wcie grown each year In pioduc-! \\ "King (niton" Return ? Miss Grace Hazen of Jacksonville -
gee. I.. ,V hopes that Rudi will choose| left the I'e with the Edelweiss dangling second "I couldn t tonight. To- I
every first Sunday. mOl'I'OW," live years growers often harvested i i "Low prices this year have disicouiaged wns visiting. friends and relatives
Services that night lo propose Hut uwkwtitdly from his hund
2.30: ( m. an many as four thousand bales of some of our farmers butI here Sunday. .:
School p. "Tomonow, he repeated, nnd
sunJay :Ann! IH ,,1'I'uld. 'tor iullii All the fun c>f the night was gone I' I II
Bible Study night yer Service knows her secret, having read for him. Slowly he swung around then, her propose accomplished, the highest grade cotton in the I I f1 1 sure till when t the costs of M D. Hat roll and Leslie Thomas _

knowing she had succeeded her world In 1917 there were eleven I production me deducted from and Misses Juanlta MtKenzle : l
IIt'f'Saturday' the tflogr.iin. which .Xrntull.iIn : and left ,
body lelixed Slowly. she took his cotton gins operating In the coun- gross receipts every man will find Juanita Innie Mae
Church is wilt to ;Maddflrim'H. triend Annl turned abruptly to lUidi I McCauley: <
Marks( Episcopal ty; ginning an average of nppioxlniately that he has made at least a small
St. and Sermon on the ('<>ntes...t. It revealsmil's "Oh, theie's a fortune tellers lent fine in her hands and blushed her! i Quarrels and Idcll \\'ehbotore.1 i
Morning prayer to his Then his around thl!ty-five hundred' bales profit Several Bradford Countygrowers .
lips aim Ito Gainesville
and fourth Sundays at trim Idrntltv and (.uili.. Inisnnl I want my fortune told. Come. Sunday afternoon i
Hie second hei, started buck to the tiail of cotton annually 1 have netted a substantial I II
they I
Itudi, Misses Rue Bonnie and
Communion Saints > to deliver It lu iiiln her Mary ,
!11 li m Holy I lei' gentle triumphant, smile was I Ihfii Came I'.oll Wis-vil amount from the Kale of rot ton"
Uudi had back \Doris Annie Lama Elliston
10 a. m. Litany and choir I pulled the flap of I Molt
pays at one the woild have known \Nhen I the great scourge of theboll this 'elll'. Although piodiiitlon.
Friday night at 7:30: ( (hupter Klyht: the Gypsy lent when suddenly she might I i und Mildied] Moiirnn motored toHrllbronn
Tactile! every had it seen C1eoi'utl'llooll upon I weevil struck the county In I did not meet Oil!' expectations we
back 'Vllit. I'm I'm not Sunday. ai'I'
.111. Antony as he slept I 1918. many farmers: were force 1 do 'foil that we had a fairly SIlCc'MKful
The of the Festu had sure that I want to be told l |
my John Dukes, of Five Mile, "I'nt1'II.t
Into bankruptcy Up to this time ,
season 1'iospects arethat
Church But as they walked In sentimen-
( hristlnn come nod Ann! stood at the open foilune It might! he very bud" I : of last week he IP as the
cotton had been almost the twelve hundred beplanted
at the Christian Church til: silence with the music of the ] acres will
Services ... her He took her hand "Are
window gathering up courage. you hap- of his Mr and
guest grandpurents
cash Consequently farmers Island l In
mornIng and evening !Kesta growing louder voice cameto crop[ to Sea cotton
very Sunday She fingered the coarse stuff of py this minute Mrs P, A. Crosby and other re-la-
acre forced to turn to some other I our next ;
and seven o'clock respecinKlf.v them out of the daik, a voice county
She nodded.
I eleven her delindle and looked sadly at "This very minuteHe lives and friends T
mixed with wine and mockery. crop as a source of levenue. Those "It now seems likely that cotI -
lely. the nest In the tree below. The nude a wide, .professional I '
The figure emerged from the living In sections where there was j I ton former agriciiltuial 'backbone' Key C. A. Crosby tilled his regular >
buds were gone and it seemed us gesture "Then this i minute, appointment ut (Vilnth
hake Baptist Church shrouded, gloom It was Guilio "All good grazing which included practically I of this section may be leUnned r
if she hud lost her dearest friends. stretched into Infinity shall be chinch Sunday.Mr. > ,
the entire county began to Its throne of t
Bohannan, Pastor the world has come to our Festa us 'King'
Rev. Ivan Borne on a bieee, came the your futuie" Ills voice was deep and Mis l.oulCI'mons of !
beef native cattle.
services fourth tonight, he said blocking theil'WilY production using Bradford County's farming enterprises -
Preaching peasant music. Guillo would be and husky "Anne come over Some went Into other lines of livestock ." lledbionn were transacting busi lness .'
A. M.
unday, 10:30: o'clock there, Giiilio In whose arms she here where no one can see us" such here Saturday. !
Anni stood there In fear It was production as hogs -- -- '. ----
had found joy and love But she They moved to a little tiee-shad- I and Most farmers A. J. Gi'iff is, County School Superintendent
clear that Guilio had looked well goats poultry. '
.....; !KI'I'hRINTENOI'NT ( ''.\I'USVhlle
upon some new wine, enough wineto I berries as a means of keeping the I was attending to

BOB JONESComments anaesthetize the hurt In hisheal I however, tinned to growing sttuw- \ Geoigia is on a prison business In our section Monday.It .
has Hems for the
: wolf from their door anyone
t, and woise enough to loosen proverbial !rampage escape It occurs at home

On Here his tongue She waited, her heart "After a lapse of fifteen years that Flollda Is probably the smith's Hrooker Column please get them to

In Sea Island cotton ptoductlon i| the correspondent before Tuesdayof
pounding fui loudly
Hereafter foremost leader In the supervisionI
And fifty bushels of this seed wc..ebrollght I each week.
penal Institutions both at HulI -
-- -- -
( .Vt Listirnl h.m uihlevi-d to 'IOI'lda. from South
I ford und in the tlo-clIlI11 chnlnI attitude of the

I luve spent the last four weeks her .purpose' hut Culllii'H: presence Carolina by the Agricultural( Kx-; I gangs. Dining the religious IIlIp"llnt'nol"nt services on

memieeH her triumph.Ulll tension ServIce In the spring of
5 New York City. course 1\i L. F. Chapman supeilntendent Sunday Mr. Chapman finds all I
times but i he lxtriiher. to Itueli ? 11)33 Bradford County did not receive -
;are heen here many xw lot the fulfil at K.iifoid has prisoners feel like relenting The
has never ....> next week's. elling In"t..11I..lIt.1 I: any of this seed as most of
of the city I
bigness. brought Floi'Ida forward since the building dining a service Is a cied _
it was planted on the State Expet -
afore so impressed me. The na- I clay he assumed management during it to any house of worship insofar
-- .-- Imcnt Station property' and the
,dns of the earth have poured a the Carlton I administration. us respect to the word of God goes.
SUNNY BROOK FARM remainder planted in Gilchrist
leir population Into this eastern I Mr. Chapman knows how to Kaiford is not a good home, of
irction of this great nation. Theyome :Sirs' I'. ii. ('rushy, CorrespondentDeith County. The following year, however handle
men and I the beauty uboutthe course but It Is the best Institution

here from the ends of the --- several far-sighted1 businessmen I Raifoul situation is that the in the south to take "punishment
01 KellyThe of Sharks purchased two hun-
arth and after a few years they ) prisoners respect him. On m't"Iv and Mr.. Chapman has even made .
entire saddened
blood community was I died bushels of seed grown In Cilc I '
ntermairy and mingle their w I by the sudden death of Sim 1st County. This was brought ing at Halfoid every prisoner Is that a pleasure with those willing

r the veins of their children. But welcomed into the supei InUndi-nt's to realize that the penally must he
Kelly sevinty-two which occurred to Stai ke and sixty Bradford (oun- I
here Is one group that retains I ( office for a littuie paid. Luke City Ileportei
nl early Tuesday night at his home ty farmers weie Induced to plant
U Identity.. The Jews come hereew'e' I I In these lectures Mr. Chapman -. ,A-
heieThe. .
the two hundred and thirty acieswhich
They marry Jews. They fdon'( like to wear fioivhe death angel hovered over we grew last jeui HHsuiea the prisoner that he Is in Chaiging that her husband] deserted -

In Jews. They are buried err. laid tlmvly."No the home and I 11 new home and not a prison. lie her to become the sheik of
taking away[ u loving ,\ 'reiige Bound I'pward"rlris
lesui In speaking to the Jews'l thank you postman" kind father and husband Mr. acreage due to the fact clicks his curds In behalf of the a tribe In Arabia Mrs. Lyda Mar

Kl ie day said "This resident of I I prisoner and I then allows the man tha Haw yon of Los Angeles sued
Kelly a lifelong
that we hud almost no boll weevil \
hall not until all these .. .. tci the
lectnie for dlvoice.UNITED .
pass ----- --- -- llittdfoid county He was born accept as the sincere
infestation approximately -
be fulfilled" The word "geneia- but Annl's voice was tre- produced I .11 9
was putting that away from her ed grove Match JO, 1K65! and died Nov. 16, :r seventy bales of very high grade -- -
ion means breed or stock. Many avoiding even the memory of It as mulous as she stopped and leaned 1937. I lint which netted the producers

students believe Christ meant Guilio himself ug.iinst a tree. !
she had avoided He mauled
was three times during of almost twentyninecents
bat would not from' lake back an average LIFE INSURANCE CO.
t the Jews pass since that day. "You el better me now his life. Hint to Pearl Le- pound. Consequently,
earth until all these things : I've healing stout per
As If the thought had driven her Lunch and to this union were born I in the of this
spring '
Hwuld be fulfllled He said thatteexperience my future hut it The bleak inher yell many I f. ( :Mel'\UK:, President
to action she spun around and two children. one of which suivive other Hiadfoul County farmers
of Jonah was a sign ]: voice was nicely calculated
made for the stairs At the veryhead i The second\ time he marled Ida were very anxious to try glowing

o the Jews.! Here is the story I she was confronted by No- "=" 0. Anne Crosby and to this union were born I Fen Inland c'cotton agijn. The ie- INDUSTRIAL LIFE INSURANCE

inctly told: A man went to sea. the "We'd "haler, g, Maddelena will three children. two of which sua'-
bill propiletor suit was that 1.Oil) acres were
lo was swallowed by a sea mon | be wondoiing" Vive The third time he mauled! J.\('KHONI II.I.K 1"I.OItI.\
he to 11I't."You -oiled( to this
In utter distress spoke crop.
>ler He stayed Inside the monstf'rI "I can't tint" His alms j'
I see, !Pignorlnu.;: Count Ar- IncHaifelop: out 21, 1918! and "This ncieage produced npptoxl-
:tree clays nnd was not digested. held, her before him, "You can teither to this born
HE That mulia engaged your suite for only union were two children I, mately 260 bales which sold for R. H. GeigerHenreHentnthe G. L. Sapp
WAS NOT DIGESTED. You can t go back now and both of which nurvlve
two weeks This U thl'eeand I I I"n average of slightly \less than
" the miracle of Jonah. The my s- leave tomoitow""You Representative
cunt me He inner of
you was a 1'y Corinth ,
hem about twenty-live cents I'OlUlIl.Ve
have guests waiting I per
rycf the agea Is this: The Jews' love Mdddcleni." she prod- Daptisl e hutch: being one of the
accommodations If you could let feel (hat this Tower yield r

are been swallowed up in the sea me know when the suite will be I led oldest meinbeis Mr. Kelly: was' wits duo largely to the very adverse ,

ff f nations: anj never have been di- I available- ." "I love you. I known throughout this section of weather conditions at planting .

l/sted. No wonder some one said. Mad- the state as 'Uncle Sim" and he
to ,
But you ie going marry time and the relatively higher
The Anni drew herself up "Soon, .
word all I want lo
'Jew' Is
walke 1 few was liked much all who .
steps by
(IE lena. She a very infestation of boll weevils Also KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME
You 11 know '
' Nobili.
Pee to me that the Bible Is the Signorraa very
' away A breeze whispered in hel"ear knew him He was always a good the morning rains in July and
fiord In the meantime, please
of God. ) soon send me another bill I've mislaidthe and a low hanging blanch : friend and neighbor lo all near to I August materially reduced our

; "' him she caressed hei hot cheek He would him. yield by causing many blooms to :MltS. I.. C. McCABE: :, l..oIy Attendant
othets' Brushing past :
God means for the Jews to have to answer her. He must Although we cannot bring him shed and setting up ideal living
descended t the stairs to where Rudi
ray! here and retain their Identity "Anne," he said'ery softly back to us we should not grievehis conditions for the boll weevil.

uitil Jesus comes back again then i awaited her. "why must my marrying Madde- loss, for we know he has Two Perplexing' Problems 43 W. Church St. 30 St. George St.

here will not be enough dictators j I Her eyes were actoitng "No one lena be a problem -to us?" treasures. laid up in heaven wherewe "Our two main problems In pro-

a Earth to interfere with God's but you, Anne could be th, e love She looked at him stupefied It all should be prepared to meet ducing Sea Island cotton are: I JACKSONVILLE FLV. AUGUSTINE, 1'-1.\.

plan.' God's plan for this world liest lady and the most beautiful was as If he had slapped her. Then him; where the sting of death Is First keeping our seed pure, and

for all future generations will be peasant at the Festa" Rudl." known no more and and love
"I wish you hndn said that peace second controlling the boll weevil i Phone 3-1338 Phone :27

irriiHi 1 out. Who Is able to standup She sent him a tantalizing smile. "Forgive me.'Anne." reign forever "As to the first problem may we I

against God ? Think of the "Perhaps your memories of me will "Forgive you." It was her last He leaves to mourn his death his say that every single field of Sea I .

feature! opposing the Creator! I be like thIs. stand and she would make It glori wife Mrs. Inez Halslop Kelly; five Island cotton In Bradford County --- .,,

Think of the finite defying the In- His words came low and fervent ously "That all you can think of children namely, Mra Raiford this year was 'rogued: By i,

'ilte1' Think of the helpless reviling "I don't Intend to have any memories youiself. But what about me ? (I' Brown and Hubert Kelly of Plant 'logueil,' we mean that every stalk ,I II I

against the Omnipotent! of you You're not leaving Haven't I felt the touch of your (I I City; Enoch Neta and Donald Kelly of off-type cotton In the field was

Think" of the dependent setting up tomorrow Anne." I I hand when it touched mine haven't of Sunny Broob Farm; six pulled up as soon as It was recognized -II

DIM\ will against the One upon Her color heightened but as the I looked into your eyes, too?" I I giandchlldren, also a host of oth- as such. The glowers Cooperated I A TASTE THRILL

whom he depends! The Jews have others Joined them she gave no "Listen to me." He tried to take ei relatives and friends who also wholeheartedly, giving

been persecuted In many parts of sign that she had heard. her In his arms but she broke away mourn his death us a seed stock that Is practicallyfree I

!lhe wlrt Every effort has been They strolled through the from his like a wild thing. The funeral services were held from off-type seed. .PURE. .

merle! to exterminate them They grounds and Annl's eyes were wideas "No Rudl. I can't see it Just Thursday afternoon at three "The second problem, that of boll I I

have been run from one place to she drunk In the festive sight your way," the cried "Maybe I o'clock at the graveside In Crosby weevil control, Is perhaps our limiting

another: Much of their time has It was a night of gaiety and! love want what Maddelena wants to Lake cemetery, with Rev W. K.II :. factor In the production of WHOLESOMEI

teen spent In fleeing from persecu- and new wine. The music was wear my love ''n the open, to be .11. of Green Cove Springs, of- Sea Island cotton. During the
l ,
Still they live. "Let His varied now brisk and rhythmic proud and happy with it. It's too ficUting past season, all fields were poisoned

Band be on us and our children for the peasant dances now :jad you never thought of me like The choir softly sang "We'll systematically with calcium ar- I

aWhat I they said when they asked dreamy and soft for those coupleswho that. Or maybe yeu did. Maybe Never Glow Old"' A special choir senate and sirup furnished from

for t the blood of Jesus. Can it be had hidden themselves awayin there Just not enough of you to composed of Muriel and Inez Law- the Works Progress I a

that His blood for which they asked secluded nooks They passed a go around." ton two blind sisters. from Georgia 'Admlnlstra.j'I
is' upon them? Yet they live fortune teller's tent; a weight lift. "Anne Anne" he groaned, "you sang very beautifully, "I'll II AM

"I said they would, suffer. They Ing contest; vendors selling home ire not being fair" Meet You In The Morning" und "Iu Aria Sits.,... ff.rrr.....a>if

hay' !" Then suddenly close to Mm and "There'll Be No Sorrows There" of
They do. They will. But made dolls and She Clime very Coleman Tucker Macon

StilI'' they live. God's ways are not Annl pulse. began to race as her eyes were blazing "But I want Pallbearers were A. J. Gilffls. Georgia Is visiting here this week.

QUI' *av'He uses nations to pun. Guilio came swinging along the you to love me. And I want you A. J. Thomas Drew Reddish Sheriff Rev. Newton of Gieen Cove

lIb the Jews of flowersIn her And, I want my love A. O. Andrews Jake S. Sapp will at the
and then punishes the path. There was a sprig to marry Springs, preach Baptist
D1t1 "ii Rudi, to make you I l.:. and H. M. McRae. Key-McCube' next and
that afflict His: brethren his hund"Edwelwelss", to haunt you church Sunday morning
the Jew, Maddelena exclaimed at night to burn your heart funeral home ot Jacksonville had I
"I will\ bless them that : awake evening '
bieas Guilio" sick with pain I charge of the funeral arrange- und :'oIl'V. H of / -z--:;
Von aid i curse them that "And so beautiful, ind! make you Ml: Colley

rand' you. That la what God told Kigerly Quito stepped up to want you to think of me and ache : ments.Many | Gainesville, were visiting Mr. and

Ab 'ham. The curse of God hasUJat Anni "You can have it If you like for me. I want never to see you bea.iiiful flowers were given Mrs .I, G Adkins Sunday.
'! to show the last tribute' 01 ie.' I has Whenever eat want
u in every nation that his 3ijnoilr.ii: again Mrs Addie lacksnn who you you
! "" ..1 I the Jew. If some Jew His eyes held hers but she did I She: turned away then all a- spect to the dear brother and I been quite ill for several weeks / lo drink. And the tingling<; <; flavor lea I

'd'l, this! let me as a Christ!'in I j jv nrt move. A flash of anger went tremble Already, she knew she neighbor. whom all loved ,i, tins a host of friends here who are I

I Itj] Irl, nj. of Israel remind h'm! through her. How dared he singleher vas a flume In his breast How -- I delighted to krow lust her condition of Ice-cold Coca-Cola add. taito &
't Mi nnd I.Irs. L. A. Crosby are
Jr.1o'"h'' Christ of Calvary Is the out like this. powerful how consuming that is Improving. thrill lo /food. A sparkling drink

McRsiah.: He 'Is "'rhtt'IIIJ'llte: a tribute" the C',n. flame was she d'dn know Cut If tc'reivlrg: congratulations over a. Mrs. C. Van, Alstine was a business

tiri. '>me day. Jerusalem coming be tessa observed "Kdclwelss growson the meant to him what she had 1 divlned ruby gill i born November 20. I visitor to Gainesville this e of natural flavor. pure, whole-
tin : ,IStYIr' then lay within her Friends of Randolph Crosby will:'
He victory k.
""lot l highest peaks wi-
the world and the very come, refreshing.'
my .
h interested to know that he has,
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I of IJrookf'r.Is
tho..eifW Mis Jessie
[W. .111 "it on the throne of must have risked his life for fusp !' Morgan ,
nlch! blossoms' "You cant leave me, Anne," hesaid been: transferred from I'ennavl-- with her mother, Mrs. I. J. '' ICI-COLD COCA-COLA IS IVMV riACI ILU,
Hy will be built up again I wel'e'' vaol to Rogue River Oiegon. |
Jf again hirshly. His fingers F'riest, this week
' Ib friend' if i am right Annl stiffened. Her enemy I IT BIIONOI IN TOYS ICI-BOX AT MOM
sad into one bare shoulder, -- ,..
hate her let picsKing '- --- --
loll': tool t/.m| Positive that I am ) you : Well let the Contessa her attraction was bruising the delicate flesh Out f>f evry ICO.000 peruons in Puicau ct Agricultural Economics ,: STAKKK; fOCACOI.AIJOTTI.INC

It t your soriy some day for her Imply that 1 Her voice was te.ue "Yr,' cant the United States 30 are killed by L I Itiuto.nobiles finds t.OOO.OOO.OOO-hushel wheat i 1

Iito lah: SaVior and your I| ant.the kind Tomorrow that appealed morning to she a might peas holJ me" annually crop In 1938 a possibility. t : ; CO II"r: .4 ,I r

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; the month or January.. 1931"' which Honorable E K. 'Perryman, County :\0'1'11 IUI":
ADDITIONAL Sign Of Christmas 193S.Hated urine of llrudford County, for Final .' \I'I'II( \ I
Bradford County Telegraph f I IH the Srd dltv t* .nu..ry. 011 '1' \ \ 1000. \
4 tr SCHOOL NEWS Carpenter's Drug Store beat all I this 'ISlli ila.v of Niivembnr" DlHthurxe an iialil Kxecutor Andrew. .....<<.. 11111 \h., I I'
I Ii7lOFFICtAt! : Clnittiice Peyton nTII'N I Ia si "11011' .
-U Established: 1877 other local stores to the draw with ( SKAT.) an Anclllury, Uxecutor. (I'. .1. t'tt'oll. It'.i.i"hti'ir. :.,: J
; the first window display of Christ- A. J. THOStAS. lt-9-4t-12-10! ('UtI''III''I ;N;, "
Mountain Mule fli'ik. of I Clrc'iilt, f'oiirt. nrtraetf"I',1 tiny of July. \ "|I.i
mas goods. Nothing promotes the / C-ountv.I Flm' Ida.iiiorti24 '\It'l'U'''' OK <\"I'I.U' "I'IO IntuIt In m\ rt (
g sy .. AAEAVBEFLFLORiaxPRESS Z-' holiday spirit as much as brightly I FOH 1" \ \ Itl-.KIl. : anpllfiitlnii, r.,. ,
("eiinl<> Mill No. lift: )
I llllMUOII,,
: ASSOCIATION\) i The Juniors have been writing decorated: and lighted store windows -- 'II"'U'Mt'I.' ,H l.l! III':: Tt\ NOTICfc/) 1 is 'IIKIIKHY:, lIVEN, That linn-en" ill',. r..ll. ".
other ( 111'III'Ii'Ot : .. n:" ( A. OHfflH, holder of 2-a: of Tnx Cit! IV' I III I In I", ,
and It Is that "11' '
expected | '
compositions. shall puollaa Ii's Ix. 1.-. ,...h)' K 1\.n I that N..llIwrlllh' l lU >. CertiricatH No. 412 I iHHIled: the:: III'll'; lit I'Mnrldu' tu-\. ,
; j. -:?4tatvtct 2to-tdtz. sI 11I"l'I'Rl 1 more i In the future. The merchants will soon follow suit. '.. I, Jr., and Charley. li.JoluiM ditv, of AllUUHt, A 1>. 19.11 1 I ,IIIIH filed All HI",,'u". ".,i
I 1-:
i I In offlcu and IIIIH 111,1. ,
p 1 )h..Lu4 Mli>dhli ino. willlcii, ( I re- Hume" "my e a o- i
following one by A. Z. Aciklna Jr.. - .--- 'I..MI. t I lout I tin* tnx tvrtllli'iiti'H 10I ,pllcatlon. tor. ll tax deed. to IIH iNHlied, :Hltlon: ; : ,to. url l; h
1 q i .. thereon SaIl' certificate vmhraceHthe l4tttrspt'i i \ i '
iirt'thi-r with all HiilHiiuent oiiiltt1!
Is one of the best. ) Tag Sale To Start I | Smith'
I uf ?
I or. t'vicd' uses. held lv I lou Slate "In* I I foll..wllIlI'I I di-Hcrlbed proloi'ty In Mini\ -
p k Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class In the midst of the beautiful Sale of 1938 automobile license ad\.erclHed I and' ...,,'I.I to t ha I hluhcHt,I I the County of Hiudford Slate of ToUIIMhlU Hunt ,. 'I S .

h : at the Post Office at Starke Florida of North tags will begin Wednesday December -I II I,lit..utu'r fur nmh. "M provided, liy I lou.... Florida, lowltSotithwent. ,: The I *
:Matter Blue Ridge; Mountains I /Mill :i'.H,{ of the lil.lT! : mix of (tliol.i'RlHlatnrt1 tjtinrter of NorthvHtquarter ; llHHi'HMli:::.r : .' ,
1, Tax Collector C. A. Knight I & Nt'O'1, h..II..t juaiter of oily uiulur tin d.'
Carolina in August 1930 t was vacationing1. I I upon. thu following I : d c.stvitl HtiHil <
lea1, )HouthueHi' un.irter of Sciilon 15 Hi 'I
eHliite In the County of
-k E. L. iMatthews, .__________. .__________ Editor and Owner When 1 awoke one said yesterday. The new colors llrailfoid." Slate,. of "I-Morldn.. to-\vlf: TownshIp 7 ....III h. ltan,,;, 22 Curtis.LItless I t
bright sunny morning.: I decided I are blue and yellow. /lieif ,HI I n l in iir,1 ft I n: of. NW Cor 11,1 iut. coiiliilnliiK t I I f"(I Aden.. Itiftuor ..111.1. I i
it -- of ;NK"i;" of :NK'i;' j til.n W(. 103: ft. I less.The .. dd-iufd'' luTCIdliiic i u, i tIll I
SUBSCRIPTION RATE would like to go horse-buck riding.I -- -- fly "lHKirll,,Ml Hi", I I'lh ''
Ii H 2.J5 n !I'l: I IDS rt. N ri* ft. to iiHHcNHincnt I of the Hiild 'property .. 1'1't
in Advance jumped out of bed and put on p Waitwright Resigns I""K. SetIll: ) Ti', | 7 S. It 22 I 13 I under t the sit I'I certlfIrate I I Innuud t hlKtipNt. 'l.l.l.l.. tho','
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, c-Pa'able: The taxeH. I to le Hold lire C t''hlt'ne.,1hy wan In the nit uui' ..f ai i's. !I';. I It Iieen.L'nleHH lioiixe. ilunr, on I Hi. *
t 1 my tiding garb which consisted of N. D. Wainwright Jr., recently cPrtllli'iileH, Nn.'.. 70'i It liiO of. mild' fpltlflcnte, I .sit, I II I .lieI I se-, I Ihu mouth, ur J.i ,I., '.!I""d".'
'f Advertising Rates on Application an old pair of hunting trousers a announced his resignation as a conservation 111.10 I\' \ & 1911: :\ i.enpeftlxely. I I and "1'''''* ,Io..n..e.reo'eln./ / ..: to law the property I.. I Ii.- :Ilnl" l.iv ."r[ |In, 'l*,
, lluit.uI. l hit., l"HI1 i. '
-- Kent tnxen for t the jeiilB 1 IH3II t"I'ii7 3 deHcillied I therein I will bu Hold if
dirty pair of boots, and an old fishing officer with the state department : Ixiih I I liifliixlvc, ninounllnK- to I to tho highest bidder' at the Courthouse 1 1J7. 1
? I DO SOMETHING: TO MAKE STARKE DISTINCTIVEWhen !( hat But. nevertheless that of Game and Fresh |!itil.17Said. door on the fIrst. Monday In (Oh'KICIAb' SIIAI.: ,
I tnx cei. I(.. nle I together with I I tIme monlh, ( of Jill"""')', 19JH which \J. 'ritoalAs.
c R. G. Gras field, secretary of the state Chamber was my riding habit. I startedout Water FIsh. Wesley Roberts of all I I MubHefiimnt. oniltteil I I or I levl 10.,1 In the Snl, .., tty of ,Iu ii iiutry.. IIIIH.Imted *: 'It..k..r ':h'\'II'\ .1'
the: door when my sister called Worthlogton Springs is now in taxes will lie ...,10\ to the hlftheHt. lil'l- I thin 10th, day of November 11..If..1.. ('ou I *...',,
: of Commerce, spoke here last Thursday night, stating that tIer nt the Coin El ttioiiHe. door I In Starkeon 1937. lI-l l-I2.17
to me and asked me where I was charge of this distrIct. I lh. llth 1 I diiv of Deceinher, 11137, OFFICIAL SEAL) -.- -
V Starke should do something to rrake itself distinctive and going. When informed she asked -- -..--- -. at I 12:00 ,)'...loi.k M. A. J. 3IIO.MA3' IIIII>IH: pnii i-i

1p r easily\ remembered by tourists, he expressed much better If I had the price which was one GUM BRANCH I.er.. 1 Hated, 19.17OKI'ICIAI: this. the 2uth Illl ,
i : f than we could an idea that had been hovering in the back of 'I dollar horses.' an I hour fished for In the pockets rent of and the Annie :SI.;IP. HarnuK, ('01'. ( .J SIJAtjA THOMAS. ll-19-St-12-17 ERWIN 01'\1'\C.JoM!OI':I t':ptI II u: OW .'1.1111

my I Cletlc of Circuit Conit... rfrtrnilfoid '\0"'U'11 4)5" ''P"I.U''T'O'1"OIIIT'X \; Complainant
How of resort to the trick :
head for us: .
our some many .
; produced thirty-seven cents which t 1'0"1)I ', Flol, Ida.' uslI's: ) v.
Mr. and Mis. H. (Keene and famIly .
lt-2 -3t-12-10 ( .. ..'. Hill "% ItrttNOTli'H : ': 'e'
it .
with in order .I.
of object amount
of the some was not half the required. At.lfj" 0'l'
E1 associating name a }person and Elder Wise of Shamrock, l IS HKKICHY; : JIV I I KN.: That \< I:IM ,
1 I walked slowly downto 'n'I'U'I'1! or C or C. .1 I. l I'u.wt'ii.) ; IU'1'ler, of 2-H of 1'ItX :
remember it ? Almost does. Then isn't Discouraged S 1.101 1" \ v Ditfi.nd.ur I '.' lt-
better one
1t to every were week-end guests of Mr. and <(< I.II.I.'U.1'1: ,;*' I II No, ,HT4 IHNUVI! the I 5thfl.iv It nr> ">ailiiK' hy 'I i,,
the brook that :
i J it logical that the name of a town with some outstanding: feature ran near our Mrs. W. R.: Kersey. :No': ) toe IM. I heiebv Klveil I t hit I JMlltottCaiter I of\l.'g: ,' A. j).. i 929.: IIIIH, filed *d, to (tIC' hilt fried j it, I/j", aN'ILl'
hou*"e. haw Died \tlth I t in written I )I"*'', cattle, In my office and hue made application MntOfl d'I'.8p' thnt All rt .t" ..
'4 distinctive attraction will remembered much i ikmgE'I' I Miss nina Conner spent the rttieHt that the tnx reitltlcaten to, for u tux deed. to liu 'iHHliedthereon defvndnnt Jlir-rptn nni, ,ut| IK .
k : or some I was /Hitting: there by the brook. I week-end as the guest of Mr.! and Itelh..r wHh nil Hiil "teiiiiMt| oinltlvdor I Sntd ertlflcftte oinbraceaMie resident of the stnta,, hr, rrij! a
14 than one that looks like every, other town along the !I when I suddenly thought of an old | Mrs. J. F\ Shaw of the State Farm. i levied taxex. held .by hue Stole .lienilvertlNfd I follow Injj 'ilKHcrlhed. / property 'In Is a rpHldcnt rf 'Tnh/ r ,- \
'1 anil Hold. I to the I hlKheutblililer : I inCounty of HiHdfonl.' Slate' of (arollna over thi ag/ .iu', ,
: route ? I I mountain mule I had seen on a Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish were for, ftiNh HM ,pli' '\ldel nvMuiiHe 1..1.. .. to-wit : Otto ypurp' : 111ft III. ',J
1 t-4 mountaineer s farm the day before. Hill( :iiit! of the II'17': net*. i't when all the black-eyed: susan:; were in bloom I I visiting Mr. and !Mrs. J. S. Sapp (HID I f.cfclKlature/ t' .. upon.. I the I folloInn I t: 'to Slalke, In Northwest foul she if herohv" i'. nit ",'
: Last ,year Revived with new spirit I walked Filday night. I dcHr'iMIu'd "teal I entatu In* I the County .jnarter, of Noithwoct" li uai't torSouth to tho hill' of.iHplni. I IcniiMe ,.
these of rirnilfoul.. "Stute of 1 Plurliln. to- of :Ninth': Si.' Section, 2'l'owlI..hll' fin hofniM.
c around town we thought how easy it would be to scatter swiftly to the farm that housedthe Mr. and Mis. E. E. Yarborough wit I t: U .South, K.tntfe 22 day of norrinlipi or A .h,

: ; hardy and inexpensive little flowers to the four winds: until mule. The farm wasn't far were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. R. I 'l.ntH H, 10, S.I. 21. 25, 29( til l.axtThe: wi Inn I thiiilUirntli.il I |
.ji tiom our house so I walked to It WulliVMI, t-,.,,. | ;9, Tp... 5 :South( t itHHCHHtneiit t I i>f I the ..Halt! property ) be taken IIH cMtnf,., "it |
covered all walks vacant lots, and highways l leading into Kersey Friday night. I 11.! 22 I Unxt. under I Ih" sit 1,1 certlfl(I .<..ati* Issued, fondant.
IlgjF they in a short while and when I arrived Mr. and :Mrs.![ J. F. Shaw of the The taxes. to be .uJot. |,| lire evidenced wit, In the n"",., of I ;eu. II. \\ eller.Unlonn It I IH' finther MUlcreJ, that ihl.|
4 jri; i town. At least for a few weeks out of the year Starke there, I was greeted by a giant of State Farm and Mr. and Mrs. ".v c-ertKtrnto. NOH. 204 und, 651 L tiahl. certificate, shall be redeemed nor lie 1 pnMixhfMl I ,,0'e i.1 ""-.<4
of I 19.12 & isai! : : r'siu.'t-tlvoly. mid ,repipHent I uccoidliiK/I i to ,i.t tV, the propel four <%''UN."I'' t t o WPPUM' In I Ih.1 1
i would be a treat for the eyes and our name would be on every a man who was plowing behind a Clarice HutchInson of Apopkawere I tnxeH. for the yearn' l 1931 I to19U7. Iy dcHcrlhetl' I ttiereln, will h<. Hold. ford County Trlexiaph' n teeper ",
I both Incltixlve, amounting'' to to the lilnhfHt bidder at the Courthouse piibllvlird In >ii Id, i- "'ity''||
mule. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.L. .
rt- tongue. $117.23. door on the I lust Monday In Utate.
,. This man was a typical mountalneel' L. Conner Sunday. :Said. tux vei'l iflesttes tnirelher. with I the month, ..I' January', 1'i.lD! : which Thin Ortol.pr 1 11th 19-7
r1g; Of course, black-eyed susan are shortlived and some All I I Hulif'eiient| omitted I or LeviedtaxeK II I In the 3rd day of January 193$. (Ol-'I-'ICIAI. NI' AI.)
He had on a pair of overalls Mr. and Mis. J. D. Reddish were will he. Hold. to the hlirhent I Milled this 18th day of No\ember AJ.. TIIO IA$.
''f1 i more permanent._ form of beautification should be planned. a pair of brogans and an olll'hat. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. bidder tit thn CoiirthoiiHe. door In 1 lt.17: Clerk Circuit. "rmnt,
stai,'ke. the (OFFICIAL SoIO Ar.) By J. It Kl: :f.LY.
huh of Dereniter
on day ,
i, i But for something quick and showy a blanket of their bright He greeted me with a warm S. Sapp Sunday. IA'17: nt 12:00: oYlork. M. A. .1. THOMAS!' Deputy Clerk
hand-shake and broad smile and Duted thla the Sot h of November Clerk of Circuit Court of Robert II. Duncan.Solicitor .
fr; orange-colored blossoms every spring could hardly be beaten. a Miss Elna Conner left Sunday 1917.: day Bradford County, Florida. I for, Complainant
: asked me to come to the well with for Apopka. where she will spenda (to" AL) ll-ID-Et-12-17/ 10- 3-51-11-19;

: o him and have a glass of water. while with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. J. THOMAS., -

'M CHRISTMAS FALLS ON SATURDAY THIS YEAR This man had only known me a Hutchinson. C'lerk r.radfoidtCoiinty or ( Ir<'llit ,Court Kloi. .Ida.lf263t1210 of. 'S T A B

.. i Christmas was not made to order for merchants thisyear. few minutes and yet treated me Russell Reddish! of Wateroakand ..t.: : _
as If he's known me for years. George Cordon of Lake Butler !\ OtI'I7
It falls on Saturday. If this has happened in recent OF APPIIC\TIOV
jT? 5 011 T\X
D5I) I
i His farm was of about three were visiting Eldon Sapp Sunday

; years, we do not remember it, and there has even been some acres right 'on the side of a moun- afternoon. NOT1CK(9.nlte IS HKHEBVfllVK.V.Rill' No 'fI:1I: That -

t1 V talk around town that some storekeepers are advocating stay- tain. lie raised con mostly. All n ('. A.:?''o.CirlfflH.461', Issued holder the of Tux 2nd.,Certlflfnte day of. -: ; U

1b I ing open on Christmas day and remaining closed the following of wife the and work faithful was done old mule.by hIm. his DOUBLE RUNMrs. In September my office A.and D. 1933 has: ha.mnde filed applica name FACE THE FUTURE A'WITH

r- : Monday instead. We fully sympathize with the dilemma W. A. Tyler Cer. tion for. a .tax deed to he IpHuedtheieon. .
Standing in the far corner of his certificate embrace*

f of the merchants over this situation, for it is true that Satur-I coin Held you would behold one of Jay BryantandAlbert Brownof the I the following County of described llradfold property butte: of In coNFIDENce: '

r day is the big day of the week-the gross business the most beautiful sights on earth. this section were business visItors Klorldn Northwest. to-wit Quarter: of Northwest.

often the total done on the other five days. But as Just imagine a tall mountain with In Brooker Sunday.J. Quarter, of Section 15 'rown..hll|>
,,1. J surpasses the sun down about three or four H. Woods of Lawtey was visiting 7 South Range 23 Rant, con There U a GULF LIFE agent nor ..
taming' 40 Acre, moie or J...'.... .."
i is if
for remaining all day Christmas !-that almost not
open minutes behind It. It's truly a I his sister and brother-in-law I The assessment. ." of the said. property Mk
: i. entirely, unheard of. beautiful sight. That's what I Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Brown last under. the .I.d, tertlflcatn. 1M."u.,1 you- hi;* MtwtMcc in preparing s,
In the .
was name of :\11''' K. B. "*i lprow'
.j. at it from saw week. Deea.t'nlcKH.. dust will assure YOUR Finnci.l
Looking purely
a mercenary standpint, wecannot .. .. .. .
.al,1lflcal./ hall be
The fturner's W. R. Conner
4 i see that much is to be gained by not observing the day. was of tb.6 I and baby daughter ]i iI arroidlnw" I to Itt\V, t the property
short Dutch type. She talked real spent Thursday with his parents,, ,I dencrlbed. therein will be Hold

1 : The average family is going to serve its turkey dinner on I fast and with a sharp accent. I t I Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Conner in ;I to house the door highest on. the bidder fIrst at Monday the court In _. _.__., _. ____ -, &

4'' 4 Christmas no matter when it comes, and the chances are Their home was built of logs cut, Rising.: :I the month. of January 19.18.: which .Dd, '
IH the 3rd dav of January. 19.JS.
into the
of Mr. '
hopeless of persuading' children to wait two whole days for shape cross-ties. Someof and Mrs. L. W. Morgan has Paled thin' lOlli duy of .November,
p 11 these logs came fiom old mountain as their guests Friday afternoon I I n.17 ..

: .-' the arrival of Santa Claus. They're going; to have their toys I homes that were three of four Mrs. R. F. Demorlst's eighth grade I (OFFICIAL A. J.SHAM THOMAS' -

on Saturday-and don't let anyone tell you differently. Therefore i hundred years old. Their home was loom of the Bradford high school clerk, of Ciitult Court of

I with all gifts and all fixings for the turkey dinner one story high. Beneath their In Starke. Mr. Morgan was gl'lnd1lug t 1 It-I .:t-12.17 I I-ira.lrurd, Counts', riol''ln-'
pm'Ichased ( house .._ .
was the cellar. ItVa" !Jined cane and making and -
'r ir by Friday, there will be little incentive for the shopper with syrup he j I :\O'lI(14 '
jars and
jugs! of all kinds of presented all of the guests with a'' .

T j ) to venture out even if stores should remain open.I I canned food that had( been -rniH- --.-..i. bottle of syrup.. The evening was':' may,Notice loncern IH hereby hut/ gIven 1 have I.. ft wliotii Iu.l my It R. E. JEFFCQATj Assistant Manager

their farm. enjoyed by -\ w ('Una, I liepoit: OH. Anolll.ny, Kxectltor: t>. O. Boa 225, Lake City. FlorlcUmGjJLIGMTS :
V I a1ve.y much.
\ I"n i I of the i:"Illt.. of I.IHIe May A nut to"'..,
I REMEMBER: WHEN DRINKING: WAS SOCIALLY TABOO 113( sild: he would! rent me his I J\Ir. and Mis. L. U. Morgan are I I .ri Wenxed." nn.l will on the 1 14th day nf .

I mule for thirty rents an hour. So, i very proud of their new home I I'luielllbel' A. II. 1KJ7 BPPly to the
h In a recent article, Westbrook Pegler, one of our better I -
mounted the mule and slatted up which is now completed. It Is a lI l-

: columnists recalls the old days when the three saloons in his tlie ''mountain. I very attractive.; building and wa>j I m FLOR IDA -- --

; home town were voted out, long before the Eighteenth i I The mountain was 6,500::; feet construcMt\ by J M. Yantz. -g5gg '?M a """M .. ::.: .J.J a-n 1W.p"____, i

Amendment. He recalls the social stigma that was attached ,I above sen-level and that is high in I C. L. Kersey Jf this section wasVisiting' I 5. .. .

any man'H language. The spot A. C. Summer of Saxton "i fl.-\.
to drinking in those clays and saylo"It: had been establish where I was going was called the Sunday. I

-i ed among the kids in the school that Old Field.! -
yard anyone whose I I
I've sworn I'll I (ST I. .j..Hi"u: j )
(ilk'; .: 4 father got drunk-the words: 'tight,' 'plastered,' and 'cock- I ride such as that.never We take would another !
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f : (')'ed' were not then used( in this sense-was a social inferior." to a precipice and the mule would come JACKSONVILLE: :: The Rev. '

I He goes: on to discuss the great change that has come stop and look down at the ground I James E. Barbee who led the successful ,

about in the social status of drinking and 'says that today "I which was hundreds of feet below. dilve to eliminate slot ma- I
.- I was too scared to back him chines from Florida .(
cannot think of up. announced
: children
many my personal acquaintance After we reached the top naturally here an organization Is to be form- .

who"'have not seen their father- and mothers blotto now and we had to come down. The ed for a statewide war on gambling -. ,

". again,' but none "'of' them ever seems to be humiliated. Journey down was worse than the and racketeering. A cItizens' 'i ;. ,,

Amused : Journey up. The mule weighed council will be organized at .n. im.t.S ._ *
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.. : .' about u thousand pounds. He. S ing here December 3, Dr. Barbee u c-- :

(_ nave never gone back to our little town. and I wonder would slip and slide on the moist said. It will be a non-politics I, Impartial i :

_ if, after all the struggle and prayer of the WCTU and the clay till I thought I'd die. Final- organization Incorporated '
tzaR/OAr '
Rev. Mr. Iy. we reached bottom. and trained "to use I 2 .i
McKenzie to put alcohol forever from the sight of every weaponat ,
When I told the hand to
of prevent Florida
; -r our youth, there are now red leather and chromium lady bars my experIence. he Just laughed and becoming a mecca for racketeersOFlcI from." 7vo7z'I_ I t ,:' I: /1

r for mothers where the three saloons used to be." told me that mountain mules wereas AcnE I ;. S.' /

We don't know surefooted as mountain\ goats << << : nf 'I.": OP T\\ j: re .. .11. u'd ,i' ... ,
: where Mr. Pesters little town is located Nevertheless NoIIe '1M CKIITIFICATK:* I .e 1%.', .' )(. .':, .
never l "' '
again ; < "'n thn l\rrN. '
but we are glad to to be able to\tell hini. Hila JohnM' hkM med with I'/ :
the name of at least By A. Z. Adklns. Jr. lequiest. that the tax me written.. l -- _
c. tlncal"M
c : one little town where "snack J bafet'' / with nil ."."> 1.Jelh"r '
fancy have! not taken the or .. i.. heM. MM1Ufnt, omitted. c I.
place : .. dJt'2 by "' lOuts 'h.. :
of ..
old time sa1o'on'i4-whel'e ,
J t 'thWeare- only a few scat. THE bidder for nnt "old' (lo the highest

y tered "jooks" in which, fortunately. is. not":yet the smart SENIORS I the",,"M.Legislature.. Kill' las"RMh! ot *,H h, nrovldeil 19:17" : Rei.. by of t-, .;,. te': I ,
upon 'the!
f& thing' for wives. and mothers'.to be seeoS '.... d..crlb..t real estate In I"fnlltwln. County ::, .i., I 't'e:0 -
: :' '" '; FIFTH GRADE NEWS or Bradford. SintA of h'lnrlriii' r '. _________ __ '
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\ TV"dSd"I 100> feet' nf mock 29 ; ; _
l ". on ) (Orlirlnul, I :
., : *..,>-C.AN lNTEREOTINGs/TEST. CASE Jfw Htnrlc... VlorUl"' :
/ ? In ;N;"I':I, .
We had! a meeting Monday. The !i *-. Township! II South' .,,..:

l o ThrougKo'ui. ; the state the Liberty dbuhty' Ust case, de. President thanked the ones who Range Th. 1'a.22 Piist.": to ,h,. ...olct ar. ..vl. to:':.., \ : ,

: tiding hether or not the Yed ral' Government E* liable for: bought: books for our library. : .d 7. by C"rln"ale, No. tOMe! ot August' )(
1933. ,
NK. I .rp.r"'lu (sans for I IH'.1
bond taxes on lands acquired by the ''government since the decided to have a first aid kit YII.r. J9:12: 10 1 11:17: both Inch", "'''' : .,. ; I I '
for I I Amounting
our to
room. U85 79. P. ,
i} bonds 'were voted will be watched'with '.interest. State Comp We colored pictures for with Said all Tez, Certificatestogetl.r '. ,-'I'ir'.iI.. ., I.

'- troller J. M. Lee is bringing maf.ters.to'a show-down between. can Ellu.catlonVeek.. Amerl-I I hl led
'. t two pet theories of the Federal Government\ that apparently pictures of a boy studying ,. Nlrk! ithr l-Mnrl.1,1., ,' our on *the Hou.llth* /Uoor day of''n J:>':'
Monday afternoon Mrs. Howard I I' /be'enIer ''Wl7: ist<< 12:01): o'.am'k M. lfl\ _
; conflict in this case. Federal court have ruled without exception was aick- Mrs. Shtiler taught us. ,! b..r l'al..d A. I'(.hi 19n.IUP''ICIAI.lnAt.,. the. 20111 day ror :>Iov.,,"_ w.-i. ., II

that bortd.- are inviolate and also that Uncle Sam: has : We now have forty-three books i : .) 5.. !It.t1til" -.. I
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A J. : :
but ; '
tr ;
h to pay no taxec we lack seven more. Mrs. l'I"'k I l of flu uit I I i-hiirt of ... .f'-V _
Howard bought a book for the !I urn" <1 lro..d '*'"""<>'. K Iurida. tJ :""" t:
c ': In Liberty as well as several other Florida counties,. the oom- Robinson Crusoe. Il2u1.flt.12.ioOI ;; r.,
)j' 17./G cthQ4t1 i ; ;
djoverment!: has bought up huge tracts of land for forest reServe's A pupil. brought a picture of the I. \" ( ,-: .'011 \iMTirt"uo-% .Ii '
arid other signet of the Declaration .'011 '1"% \ i.|.:i-i: ,. I ui -t'Inu' dAMCS.s.
: purposes. If this land is to be exempted of Independence ,..... << I :; r/f/ .
*' from bond taxes: it will naturally place an unbearable burden I yTI'I.: ,l". IIKIIKrir'iiivj..v.(: ThattincaTi I f .. :iajissi-u1t;t pI 'EROoA1G:
We are to : r Ii..Iuli' "f Tn AShI
glad have Betty Hayes Nn"i" < (vrplI.HUon .
tA i on owners of remaining land .in the district. In LibertyCounty and herbert Green back In school. :, of S'pteiuul.r, |.A.1".u..1 I.I l"1 hllM
IU..d ,
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sa flue I ii 4 'L.f.; r .. ...
y "n'h' .
nl ..
Lylo Anderson II has rf ,
than '
270,000 of its half went 'A!
more million to A.v .
acres have been Archer, I I. t for n t tax (l<*..d t" IH'I'I "I'-,| 1 ",.,- wjd : 1--" '_" .n'E,2. /.. -"
1t the Federal Florida lust Friday. I "' ..on. '( L .. fe..-. I. : --'o."rt ,.. .....
acquired by Government. I th! .. i 'ralllJc''rl.nt'at", .. 'nihnnwtth : ; ..: ......,..
HI hl'rt t | |'M 'P"1 1'' -
!! CrEws :
r We in Bradford County have long been familiar) with this thIs week came to our room ![I I"I.rIIt.. c'uuuy.,,to-wit,I.f Iuradfur4., |"ri.$!lal.trly( of hi .._-).: = ,..: ;- .

; roblem. It wa1' so serious here when The school I "'" h..t ijn'urtfr of Sotuhwent. Yle chief Cf>p cterlstic3! of .... .,..."' (.
) the State Prison Farm been having a
was acquired at Raiford that the Legislature contest on the cleanest room In I 5--l I'n 2H Towii.hln. /n .Smith, I is its conspicious:; tuangulur prickles hI. *:: ''
passed an act 1.11.: U Ku BROOiME I made notal-1* by ;
,t_ .. school Our room was the cleanest >" cnntalnltiK' 10 I with corky hases and the was :
requiring the state to A'r"M. 11101' or ices.. biting aromatic: (; leI
pay county taxes on its land in. thus Monday Tuesday and Wednes. Th., ..M..MM'.nt. of I ho iill urnu., t.1..ite or its bark. In chewing the in lr o5, the law providing f J .
jj: tttict. So far we have been fortunate day rrtv und.i. the .iil.: c..trlll"Rt.. l is. I twigs or T'
enough to bark .
keep this of this ;
stied w..* '" the n"""> "' I'nkiiMivn. I Idevnicd little tree one can easily under- system) of Internal 'impro" u1cJ ; 'i
law in force through each succeeding session of the \legula- Frldjy we bad .a handkerchief I'lilM" .aid erttIlc'it. .111, I,., ..... star.d why i it stains ." erI:; )
cures the toothache. in the .
accordlnit to law, the The inaugurated ne'.v'era .f.
ihower a
Mrs. prop
i ture. Howard and she | city d"..,...lb..d Ih..r"ln1, / b. nolil,' taste ioi so strong ;; 'In.I
: raiho:1d
iU :
4 ct'lved lot of hal1Jl: pain s. '
house door in the
6n the nut Monday, I lr tooth. I length of time than any otli't

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