Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02622
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 3, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02622
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Eytablihed i, _1877 Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance E. L. Matthews Editor and- Owner-

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tii ,r rt. kl'yt5 Monday is a slow, blue day for

SOON "ri. :' most persons, but It proved quite '
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AFTER CHASE exciting to J. M. Alvarez ownerof FROM WELFARE
.. a :: ,
.\ r a clothing store, and Bill Graham -
",. who Is employed' theie. A
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Schools of County
Negro traveling man repairing adding
Negro Had Served Fir Old Age Assistance Totals
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Have Handiwork machines and cash registers called
Will Wh
\\ \l' nh
"" Years
Armed Robbery
t and offered to clean and oil the $2,120 For October -
On ,
se.v In Tennessee firm's miichlnes: and upon looking I Report ShoirsKICJIITY

under the legtstcr'a cash drawer
I -
t : PEOPLE INVITED I .. FAILED I TO PAY FOR (:AS found! a large sized live-dollar bill : NINE; YOUNfJ

" TO MEAU PROGRAMJohn IKUTCHT IN J.AI.InUTl.lm of 1907 vintage The bill was blight '
4 und new in spite of its age, and | __
Tlg rt, president of the I I.
.1 without doubt had been under
James Davis 26, of Macon, Gu, Bradford County Is hcnefttllngf
of Florida, will speak Cc I
t'nUeisity I Is lodged In the county jail help, the cash register drawer since noon
v financially at least four y
I waysfrom ,
December ?
I night 10 1
here'I'IJay! after its issue That wasn't all,
with stolen :
o I charged tranOpOi! ling n the State Welfare Program, I II
o'clock. It was announced "!
eight| either 1
>t automobile. And will be turn.t'ov'r
to statement
according a release
A J, Griffis. I
terday by Supt. 1 r to federal authorities. because "And nfter cranking that cash today In Jacksonville from the of-

I L F Chapman, superintendent of he "foigot to pay for gaso- register for seventeen )'('1'1'11. we lice of the State Welfare Bul rd.
I the State Prison Farm will\ speak line and oil" in Lake Butler early found It was equipped to run by {
I The Dollar and cents benefits cII"efrom
I Thursday night. speeches Sunday morning. .electricity! said Bill In a disgusted ,
I sill be in connection with associ- I old age assistance, CCC payrolls -
tone of voice.Odd
Sheriff A. 0, Anitreu said
colore.Jtl.l'ct.ers Davis free tlestrihiuUnn of
latlimal meetings of the i j surplus
about 6:30 o'clock In Lake
stopped : commodities an I of Bradford County, andltli I employ-
Butler at the service station of Accident '
ment. A fifth Income
general> public is Invited j county as-
; !
i I > exhibition of work none in Lloyd War, purchased ten gallonsof An unusual twist, so far as automobile i j sistance for the blind\, Is next on i
I schools' will be gas, and three quarts of Oil. accidents are concerned the program and is expected' to become ;
county's negro
the When Mr Ward went In to get a effective
occurred here Christmas\
I and F-, near early Monday by day
Thursday uUy
on display water pot the machine sped I I
" I December 9 and 10, from 4.30; to The local sheriff away. night. The automobile driven by Statistics compiled for October,
I clock in the afternoon In | was notified by Joe Noegel went Into (he ditch j I show that this county had 189 per-
6 30 o ,.. telephone and began a chase with I
near the cut lie-gap just outside suns receiving old age assistance i
1 formerly occupied by
the the Davis automobile near the )
I Brown's Pharmacy. The exhibition Caught at the instant of snapping, this stately pine crashes to earth and sends a shower of dirt into Torreulla service station. It last- the city when limits the on driver the lost Keystoneroad I grants totalling 2420.00 for the

I I will\ consist ot articles made the air as Florida Lands, Inc., shows how to pull trees up by the roots on the acreage tt. :\ia clearing In ed four miles and ended near the !, the machine.. J. D. Odom controlof with : month rolled ;in that the it CCC had eighty-nine all en-
of waste and Inexpensive ma- the southwestern part of the county. The above picture was taken on the Ralph Hazen tract, one of the terry Newsome place. Finally his pick up truck, was aiding en-
I terinlsI Brooker farms when Davis was apprehended he II rollees being required to remit $23per :
many purchased the
by company.: Look closely and I will
you see a rope: attached to the Noegel to extract his vehicle from
I The negro schools will also give admitted month to dependents: that sur-
having the he
falling pine. This runs to the "skidder" which Is machine car
I in interesting educational program powerful that literally pulls trees up by the drove In Macon Ga., and while be- the ditch shortly afterward whena plus commodities were distributedto :
toots. A thousand acres will be set in tung oil trees this year. Model T Ford
I at the meetings In the court house. ing fingerprinted at the State PrIs- pick-up containing 165 residents of the county;

I White people are cordially Invited .m.__ ___ on at Kalfonl also confessed nerving several persons and drivenby that WPA employment, distributed ,
I to attend. I a five-year sentence for armed Arnold Gilffis collided with I among 195 persona totalled
.. I GREATER .Jl rs. Nancy Dowling I Building Permits jobbery In Tennessee. Odom's auto, Gilffia' truck was $4.211000 for the month.

I LIBRARY READY UNDERSTANDING !! Mrs. Nancy W. Dowling 71, died Building In Starke has been on Sheriff Andreu said he shot at escaped badly dumuged with damages while the other car In addition, the welfare program

I Tuesday, Nov 23. at her home InJacksonville. the jump since April of this the Davis vehicle, gasoline tank amounting Includes NYA certification, child
FOR ALL TASTES year.A to about 300 No
( BETWEEN PARENT AND STU- one was hurt. I welfare
I' and tires when the chase Investigations for
I I Funeral services check of records of building per- began, NYA
I NEW SHIPMENT OF BOOKS were held the following Thursdayat mits Issued from City Clerk Carl but failed to hit his mark. I scholarships for Crippled Chil

I JUST RECEIVED I I AT ROTARY ,' the Key-McCatae Funeral Home Johns' office in the period covered State s Attorney J. C. Adkins Working On HomeThe dren's commission, services to

I FROM STATE Ed Price, assistant dean of men I' She was a native of Bradford shows a total of $6.005 In permits said Wednesday morning that Da. J, II. Ultch house Is being I j j I county agencies, out of town inquiries -

I I I Ift the University of Florida in County but had made her home in Issued! The smallest of these is vis would be turned over to federal remodeled and when completed will I and other welfare activities -

I The recent shipment of State library .|I I Gainesville, spoke to Rotary Club I Jacksonville for ten years for $30 while the largest Is for authorities since the case was under bo occupied by A. M. Darby and :

I books to the public library members at the meeting here Wednesday $3,500: while thirteen permits were their jurisdiction. Transporting family Mr and Mrs. J, M. Darby, "While the State Welfare Boardis !

I here contains twenty-five 1936 and urging a better understanding Church ServicesThe issued in all for building and re- a stolen automobile, Is u federal and Mrs C. W. Chalker and sons, a direct admlnlstmtlve agency .'
1937 publications, including fiction between parents and their palling in Stmke proper. offense, Mr. Adkins said, Bill and John for old age aaalstance, aid to the

I ,, biography, science, travel young sons before the latter ate subject fer discussion at the -.--. Davis la In jail here, awaiting ..- - blind and aid to dependent children c'
I mystery, one-act playa games and sent away to begin a career In col- Presbyterian Church Sunday morning BirthsMr. action of State and Federal auth Theresa Christian It Is also charged with the
books for the department -
ten new juvenile
I at the 11 o'clock service will orities.. certification of persons seeking
I Mrs. H. H. Young 11brarllUl. lege.Mr. I be "Moses at the Forks of the and Mrs. Ernest Souther. ..- --- __ Church i JWPA employment, CCC and NYA
I announced Price told of some of the
I the yesterday. fa- interesting and perplexing problems Road according to Rev. R. T. land New River, boy,',November The Cadsden: purchase, by whicha s. II. Uodd. of Midlakes will enrollment, and with the distribution -
"The Citadel, already Caldwell Persons of or no denominations 26. large slice of Mexican of surplus "
I I that University officials must any territory preach at the Theiessa Christian commodities Clay-
I dorm nous book medical that Is circles creating niay'nbwj such a ( meet in adjusting new students to are Invited to attend Mr. nnd Mrs H. 11.Vasdln, was added to Arizona cost: the I Church Sunday morning at 11 ton C. Codrington, state welfare f
In the services, I( Graham boy, November 23. Unilel States $10,000,000. o'clock.\ | commissioner, commented at Jack- ",
I college routine. He described the I J
be found at the can
library, as
I sonville. "It la the
effort that is made to find employment -- agency throughI
I luch other best-sellers aa "Not thI ; for the student who must h2ft tfStarke IfJ'K v .o.S 0 .p rp : : l .a i which tho federal government
west Passage," "And So -- Victoria l'K !) 1 l f ll r l L I clears the majority of Its welfare
I 'The Tree and work his way through and stated I
Nutmeg "
I the American Dream For that the scholastic average of these \| | nctlvllies I II
Stores Show Much In i ..
I -
Originality -- -
I readers who are interested in nonfiction students Is higher than their non- | Variety i -

I Mis. Young suggests "Life working fellows i I Ira Addition

I With rothel'" by Clarence Day, I A warning against patents attempting Of Christmas Goods On !Funeral services for Ira Addison '
I "Orclll
I Marjorie. Hillis "Mathematics for \ a career that is not suited to them fold lust !Filduy were held, Saturday I

I the Millions\ ," "The Flowtrlng of was sounded by the speaker. I' afternoon at the grave In Sami
I Yew "Mlddletown In -- -.-- -- ..
England I cemetery. Mr. Addison was a ni-
I : Some of our tenders might think ,: raffia coverings for only sev Priest's Five and Ten I* Just .
Transition, or "Glorious AdvcnI POSTOFFICE i I gay: "Ti-a !Rose" and if you Insist on : live of Bradford, county. lie U
I ture" by Richard Halliburton.I i I ii Is a little early to start talking unty-iive cents They are so at- running over with Christmas goods being different they will show you 'i survived
I Mrs Young also made the fol- COOPERATESI 1: about Christmas shopping but tiactive no one will stop to think of all kinds, but the Betay-Wctsy their black chiffon gowns that look !! Addison by Mrs. Martha ,

I lowing comment: I II I BY GIVING ITS FACILITIES i I i when you stop to consider that how little they cost. and Dy-Dee dolls bid fair to be like they cost several times $2,40. Iteis Mrs. Gertrude Tampa; Smith five ddughIi.
I In ANNUAL SALE only three weeks remain before C'roHWH. Kony: to Hear 1 the moHt popular numbers In the Black is a sign of sophistication I .
'The Laurels Are Cut Down ,, IN I, Lela James, Tampa Mrs Edna -
I Archie Banns utilizes the U. S. intervention I I OK! SEALS I, the eventful arrival of Santa Claus Maiguerite'a Shoppe has several toy department. Just why a doll not mourning i Nat sex .I I Varnes Miss Wilma Addison

I in Siberia one of the !j i you ure apt to become panicky, new Ideas In gifts, and sure to go incorporating one of the most annoying The Hiudfoid Hardware Com and Mis, Eunice Gllbreth Raiford
I Bradford County residents have rush down town and start! buying over big during the holidays are features of human babies ;
moat Incongrous and mysterious pany Is going in for electrical gifts I three sons, Seebei and Cecil Addl-
I Chapters in has' received letters containing two or up everything In sight. the gold crosses that all the girls Is proving ouch a sensation, we In a big way this and
war history, which I I cannot understand. But such is year, you son, Tampa, and Lee Addison, ;
I never been satisfactorily explain- more sheets of Christmas Seuls. Just to help you out we made a are wearing around their necks should< drop around and have Mr. I Halford; eight sisters Mrs.\ Fran
I ed.' This book and "Famine" have The Postal Department Is a silent I little tour of the stores this week these days. They are Inexpensivethe the case, and perhaps the Betsy. Carlisle tell you how to prepare a cis Gordon of ttalford
partner in the great fight against ( nicest only $198) and add a Wetsles do offer good training to Mrs. Eveline
I been loaned to the Library for a earlier than usual--but then why complete meal In the Universal Kite of Lake
the future mothers of America. Butler, Mrs. Emmie ;
I limited time by Miss Hearing tuberculosis as it Is through the put everything off until the last note of mystery and charm to any cooker that sells for around $10. I I Kane and Mrs. "

I "One Life One Kopeck" Is Walter facilities of the postofflce that the minute? Some of our merchants lady. Also brand new are the Zip Your Trouble* Away He also has over-nize vacuum cof. of Fort Pierce Wealthy Mrs. Denmark ". \

I Duranty's first novel and all seals are distributed. already had their Christmas goods Floralart holders (to support flowen Alexander's has just placed on fee makers which will please a lot Mrs. Lula McDonald, and Ruby Mrs Shaw Vera. '

I but the first five chapters were Mi's. J. M. Alvarez, Health displayed\ ; some were just beginning In vases and bowls)I. These display something entirely new In of husbands who are afraid to ask James of Jacksonville, and Mrs. ,
I written In''Boca Grande. Florida. Board chairman for Bradford to'decorate while others said ,are guaranteed not to tip over and boudoir slippers They have very for H second cup of coffee when Altamae Tyson of

I It will tell American readers mote County, urges the public not onlyto they would not get the Christmas range in price from twenty-live high heels and are of printed silk Iheie is: cumpany: for supper. Not and three brothers Chattahoochee.Colonel 1 and\

I about Russia and Russians than buy Christmas Seals butt to use spirit until later on in the week, cents to $225: materials- entirely too handsome all of Mr. Caillsle'a' suggestions Johnnie Addison of Halford, and:

I will\ years of reading newspaper them. "Unused seals are not near- but all were kind enough to give Of course almost every item in to be confined to the boudoir, say I ute electrical however, and there I Hoi'ace Addison of Lukelund I

dispatches and magazine articles. ly so effective as those which dec: us a pre-view of the more Incslst- the Western Auto Associate Store we. Who will Join our Society for Is a handsome bras wood basket .<:..

"Before.I I Forget" give the early orate Christmas mall and packages ible Items with which they will makes an Ideal Christmas gift. the Advancement of Wearing which may be had for $3.50. ;

struggles of Burton Roscoe and his When, others see the seals it tempt the gift-mad public. I Fur this reason it Is hard. to settle Tricky Boudoir Slippers! on the Ship Shupe Shopping ONLY 18 : .

diuy climb from campus reporterto will remind them to buy and use Jam Jars to the Rescue down to two or three things to call Street? Also at Alexander's arc Jacobs make no exceptions when SHOPPINGDAYS
discovering and championing them," she said.Postmaster your attention to. But outstanding fine flannel robes for Indies that they claim to have the moat beautiful )

SUch figures in literature as Ca- F. F. Stump and his One thing Impressed ua the and guaranteed to warm the zip all the way from top to bottom. line of men pajamas town.

bell. whose JurgenHa dedicated< to employees have cooperated in the completeness of stocks and the heart (as well as the feet) of the Oops! The robes zip -not the A blue number they are showingwill

Ion' on through Sherwood Anderson work by giving special attentionto great variety and originality of motorist who does much drivingIn ladies you dope. make you agree. There are

> Theodore Dielser, H. L. Menc- the letters. Throughout their the Christmas Items that our merchants the winter time are the Master That maple bed room set In also silk lounging lobes, something '

ton, and:\ Willa Gather. He has had hands also pass the cash checks have stocked or expect to Car Heaters at $10 45.: which operate spool design I la sure to catch your that has been hard to find In these I

mare books dedicated to him than and money orders which purchase have on display within the next from the hot water In your eye as soon as you step Into Den- parts in previous year t j''

anYone else. health by tuberculosis preventionIn few days. We reached the con r-udi.itor, wafting balmy breeze mat k's Furniture Store. Your Hart Furniture Company comes

Mute Gertrude A. Heering is Bradford County clusion that there Is absolutely no to keep you comfortable while you modern furniture Is all right, but to the gift shopper's rescue with a

Win making a Christmas gift to excuse for anyone going out of )rive along. Can you think of any for real beauty and hominess, our handsome cedar chest of dark

\we Library of five new Junior Lit- License Tag Sales town to do his Christmas shoppingif other gift that would be more wel- grandfathers knew what they were wood with an inlaid design In a

4rary Guild book, title to he announced he will make an honest effort to come? If this item Is going a lit doing when they set furniture lighter shade for only $21.r>0.
Shiny, new yellow and blue 1938 around and see what the local tle too for there are Your
later, which will be ready get heavy you styles fifty years ago. wife, There are also metal dish cabinets
for holiday reading. license tags went on sale here the merchants are offeilng.For enormously large flashlights that mother or sister will never forget for the housewife who does not
first of the week In the office of make an excellent showing for only this Christmas If should
the simple reason that they you slip have enough shelves In her kitchen -
Repair izg'Remodelingt the tax collector, C. A. Knight. were the first to place their giftson seventy-nine cents, and hundreds this: set Into her bed room around and, limply must have more

Quito Tag number one for this county : display, we started our tour at of other suitable gifts anyone of the twenty-fourth. The reason room TILL CHRISTMAS
( de t a bit of repairing and in- I was purchased by Eldridge Smith, Carpenter's Drug Store. Always which you will not go wrong in able price will surprise you too.
remodeling l I. being done on and number two was bought by The Canova Pharmacy has more
l"sae.Dr around town. The home of County School Superintendent A. I considered as more or less the This Black lon't MourningThe than enough gifts to go all around 1937 December 1.9.17srKT
I O. L. Haynes Is being re-I J. Griffla These licenses were for headquarters for Christmas shop- home; Fun 4 bunging Diaper toy section at Sternberg's There are various odds and ends

''fMI and l otherwise repaired The private automobiles. "Only four ping, it seems that Powell has out. Bill Graham at J. M. Alvarez' Is will be unusually Interesting this like the Penthouse ash tray set In IS N T W T R i

I ,did r''''klna home, recently purer I live tages have been sold so I done himself in gathering together mighty proud of the fine silk shuts year. There are miniature pool shiny chromium for only $1. Their
h hOed! by W. H. Nollman far'jor said Mr. Knight "as most a treasure trove guaranteed to he Is able to let you hive at tl.95I :: tables and one of those marble tackle boxes with set-In thermos 1 2 3 4
; Just hadre. new roof put on. I I( persons will buy their tags In I make gift bhopping easy, econum- I for. any male numbers on your list. board games. Now that Mint machines bottles at $1.39 will delight theheart ) 5- b iB_ 9- 1011
and Delicious chocolates -,! These are in solid colors.soft have passed of hunter
Mrs. Charley E. Johns ical. and painless. away you can any or fisheimun. -
", weeks
I tai lave' Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Knight i I about_three_ -, I IlJeder snuggled in brilliant boxes I tones of blue, tan and gray and 1 shoot your marbles at home and Aril these are just n sample, I td 12131415_ (;11'.t : 18

I the, remodeled' the interior of'I' made up completely of mirrors are I are net at all "swlihy" looking. save yourself a lot of money. ladles and gentlemen. To get into 9 20 :122 1t:1'25'
I homes. Fellows Dies Just one of the few things guaranteed Bill Is going to wear one himselfto Sternurig'g has also made' a special the big htiw, you will have to ,, ".

Residents here will regret to to please any feminine name' prove It. Then there are those effort to gather together nine make a tour of our local stored -,.. "... i .2 UI?91""nl' !l lr.1

.II a1rWc irl learn of the death last week of on your list. A cocktail set of | cureless looking trench coats in lot fit Indies' lingerie for the yourself. There are suggestions I

II car; !, Lawtey, to Car- I II ', Dexter Fellows, famous press rested glass trimmed in black, tan gabardine that all the young Benefit} of men who believe In the In every window and surprises 'on a

I ber 20. Norman Lawtey. agent for Rlngling Brothers circus. looks like a million dollars but ( men (and some. young ladies too- old adage, "When In doubt, give a every shelf You will be doing Isril.NG :',ow ANf

T NovemIHxg I I Mi. Fellows visited here often at costs only $2.:50, If you have an the copy cats) are going for in a nightie." But all kidding aside, yourself an injustice If you go beyond t

!' IL. Monk. Heilbronn. to Oracle I th home of H. E. Lagergien whose extra long hat and simply must j big way. These. may be had for Sternberg does have some beautiful the limits of Starke to do rTio.ivon: HOM&TOWN' i

Heilbronn? November 3. I I niece he married. economize! there ate Jam Jars with as little aa $3. : numbers In the ever popular your Christmas shopping. STora;


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Inclusive, amounting:
t \II : :: 1 1937.OFL'CIAL. 1117, bulb'
1 < iiII.IFIc.rlii .:.. K 21 IJ, lontulnlnK 4 0Allen eity dencilhed, therein will .010 nit nl'"Ahl lands 1.lnl In Townnhlp PublcDI.ontnulnf
mole" ul I..... to I the hlRhent bidder, at the COl.thnu" ( SEAL) 1':8.t.: $3".01. .
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Not IIP In heiehv Klven A. J. l.ulh.anl" tax certificates tna.lhe,' with .
has lied with "me tvllttenleiiuest The taxes to he .u"l mite ev'II.nc.,1 door 01 the first Monday / of that YUI 11 omitted | ,... "r
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with I I subsequent) o"lt..1 111.10 and I 11':3 .I..I'.h.I .nd leprenent ..r. your R"Ipu'al'" I In nuld CIIIIMB 'h. time Courthouse dooi In Ely. I.h.n .
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for dish us bv t IWl'ICIAI. 11.\ :1. 18 1 IH,
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; provided l-'lm-l, J. < : I II- Junl""y I 'in ted thin 271 h day of Nov"lb"r.
4 4' House Hill 3''0 of the 1&J7 nits of .\.10: l.um l-Z-3-4 01" TIOI"S. given .that N II aflei, i Ille I ) our annwei"' or otherplendliiKH .
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J.I law 01 ndeiiee after
the 'p i ,lequlitd i bv
the l.t KlslHlm upon and Chancy 1' Sumtn
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:., 7 S It it 11 1))., ,..nl.lntnl; 4U the nll..hl I.x. for I theialn n.oKIDA : advol..tlned I and. Hold I lo I the 110'I .. for four emuulsu''tutivI weeks In the I Valdosu
I t I ? both I Inilunlve, It I bv nffldnvit filed Inthat newnpuper ka will be
r m res, mole, or "' I ) 1'21 nl'I"111 till ile r fill un plotldid" by lluline rliudfotd, Comity T.I"IUlph. o clistontimie.1f
The luxes to MiiUI Hie evidencedhv I I :170 71'( .11.. In ""Ircul ,Court cu.h of theLeKlHlatule ii'lied i County ISO I Itt: OK \IIO "Vlg"
l' IIX'I' \ Hill :116 of the l'M7: HilH I' 1IIIu'd 'P'.I' Sunday
/, i fit Ilk.ute No <0. of espeo* ,, .$.''I1\"I': ol. N'a' of xl1: & HiHdfoid" l'on n lv, .'lnl'll. Chan* I the following l I Ue* Floi, Ida. "'0'& 'r.\\ : passenger ?? helce'
tt tlvely yntl repiesent 193 for the Lot 01, )Krao I S', : ..rI..t I eery enlltled I I $1 I lul lt.. I'lalnliff I niilbed: leal entate upon i:In the Cot:'ii t i, of : AND OIl hmNltI1); nt Cliii iii- (Menace Illll HUNOTICK : effect between Val ,, ,
110:1' '
I Kv.. Ip. t 6 S. It 2 l U V. ilayuimomiul Prilx. ilefendant this tnt day < la ,Ial,
loll I ,'. I'lotlda.
e '
both f
Velirs 1934! :< to 1 I of F'humr ida, i S'/rk IS : That and
1137. to.wlt .. Intermediate
lj IlinlinthlK to $1! Inclalv"1 ( .II.lnln.I I 1JO .\cl'"a. 10'e, or and the lellef prated for hehm Invoice .- II'"dr.I.a:1.1.. I! of N\ lleieinbl-r, A. II I9J7 C. J I. l'ow.lI. InI hnld.r H,1'I.N.,f Tax slatlon,

.1' & 1 4 Also Sii J; M3'4' I. !: I '.. evidenced ; that the IB a reel.demmt of NL'l II:' of NKH''f Hun ft A. '.. ADKINS' Nil :I 14. Inniled the Bill No change In
i & less, 1 A 4 a xt's to he Hold 1 1 ate of Slate' or Conntty unknownto 12-3-61-12-11 JlldtfONO I.tf..t. prpsint ,
IlKllt of 5 se'lellul
;& c "or ot 1147 and I I Inno S 220 ftc 1.1! 105 rJ N J2 f. to .r A. It 19J'I, has filed of Mixed '
&$ VL Q of Ity & IJust: of 1.\ i by ciltilkHteH So. 30-4. I the "Ialntr. and that there bi-HT Sec. 30 1'p. S. U 22 :. same In my office and hai made ap- Trains, NO ,
4- : : .. lEond I Section' 30 'Ip. I. I 14ri ..r 1((4.10 find' (! ."..I".ly. ,.-., h. State of 1'I"rld"1 'h. laxen to be Hold uie evidenced .....: OK It UK OK 'hAlh.'uIVl6'.ihlS \ plication r.r tux deed lo be Issuedthereon operating: dally Slml"y
t: ) :'4 C Last: ,..lt..lllnl 87 Acres, '" and leptenent the In"hl I I.". nert '. of: pernonal: hv lertlflintes NOH 702 & 1507 of t' I Hald. certificate embraces except 1
( : tween
l ;t c or lessIhe I Ihe y.arN IttJ'J to h.lh 11'lla. whom would ieifonally 111.10( & 1913 lenpeitlvelt, and lepleHent Notlie heieby, itlven" thatVaI- th. described property In Valdosta ami ;
I11H45 rolowlng 'Iatka
( to
' 1n )' luxes to he sold, me, .vld"nc.d lye j"n.unlng taxes for I the jearn 1921 lo1'JIT tel \\n\x\ han tiled with me vvlittciilliiiuent the of Mate of v. u ;
I 5 ESTi's
tM ?) by ",'111",1. .Nil. t91! cif 1935 I espec'tlvelj. I i,\.1'\S, 1..1. 1. 2, : I of 4 Hxiepl S\Vl', emI !I" onni'UFT: ). that the le.n. 1 both I 1"11..1.0. amountlnK I to i Ih/I Ihe tax leltllliulen to- Florida, towlt'All : 1.dr"'d. ; .

I '. "',',,' taxes tom the .I ".I..r "WI. 1 Section dant. Hnymond Kiltx. appear $96 77 gel her sm'h I 'al I i MiibHequent omitted Blocks it & I, Risings Ad General 1.l".IR.r.nt
111:14: to 11.17. both Inclusive, I 4-6 i 1.'r.,1 bill of I the ftth of r>ecemher -
Complaint on together with the State be
IL I y..r. a' 7 21 ). : Said leitlflcateH ur levied" I.".. held by dltlon to Starke.. In Northwest I !.
to f I I Ip. S. I. 'on..lnlnl 19J7 otherwise a I'nc-re Pro I Leviedluxen the hIghest Jlk.onI. .1"
t!1 t l"oUnll'l :6.52. all I I subsequent omitted I t or advertised und sold to QI.rter.r Noi went QuarterSu.tmtlm
,, .- p.' 1..1.1 I. <'.rtl.I.a together with J 210 'Allen 11", "Hold ol I.are.. et'( c.lrp..o11 he entered a.alnathi" will be Hold the hIghest bid innh nn inovlded 11 h hy I llollne .r Ninth M., Section 2H Ad

t l nil :iau. : : II (' or Levied ) 'h.feitittiateH taxen' .NOH" 42-4J of 1'I.n.1y .1tJ.t.1 rllu'p to appear; that der at the ,'ourthommes door In Htarkeon :,w"rl: uf the 1 19,:17 irIs; of t the Legls- Townnhlp 6 South, IlunsTe 2: .- .
he sold the hltthesttildclei .1 weekfor
:v tuxes to order he onto a the lIlt day of December 1IIJ7, the I d"'rlb.d iasl
,. t'ourthoime dour In of of I HMO' AlI I I1U3 renpeitlvely week In the III... II"n rolo\ln. Among the
nt foul '
14 -
.4c 4 Ihe unpaidtaxeH c.n.pcllv. at 1J:00 o'clock MHated real estate In th. of III nil 'Ihe assessment of the said property earliest user> >p
t .y Ntulkn' on Ih. 17th. day. of l flecemnher, i I .n the'leptenenl I9JU to 10J7 bolllInilunlve itumiul" ftu'ml > Tpl"grlph. n newn- this I Ihe lOt li day of Novem ford State, of Florida ''u.wlt under the said certificate Issued gerprlnts were the
f ) .J ,. 1917. at I II I :uu .. Im k A. MIntid yialH to f J'lJ 7J paper of general circulation pub: her. 1117: of SKi:% or Sec 25 II wan In the ," of I I thin the 20lh. 3 day of Notembel a".lnlnO Ii Aied i In Bradford County, FloridaWITNKSS ILJ .m. sealed document
1 (OFFICIAL SKAL, i N lont.ilnhitf 80 mien nioi" e said shall be redeemed with
ALSO: ', of M A. L c.rlrlcal. th I
t 1 Ittl?. 1. : MY HAND AND OF-
!l m (OI' ''I.\. HI'\1.1 I of Ky M'lAt l Kxiept! Ni.tm4 li ,\ 111 of MJ'i(S\v'l:' ,I,of&SKI S'aof '',, IMC1AL. SEt: of liald Court this .No.veinbei (A.lerk J. THOM\S.of Court nfHradfoid or leHHThn taxes. to be Hold ale evidenced desi"'"rlbed,(','( theieln.will, the.property sold* thumbprint. This is )n. of ,,
4 J. THOMAS.leik A. K'a of l S\\ l, 3rd. 1937.A .lrCII)'. It'ion Id.i. by. vent iftates NOH. 1 and 1 of 11J9 to the highest bidder at the courthouse known ims of ihi ,i.nr
of Circuit c'ouil of s".r THOMAS "uII
< 1\1. J
; ..' I 2. 3 ol' V I, I 01I 1126.311210NO and 1 1914 r..lv..ly. and "lepienentunpaid door fl llni first Monday In tying ma.ks.Beware.
: liuilToid" County. FI.rlds. I."t. Clerk of Circurt Court ofl.ladford 1928 10IJ7. month Jununr I HUH which
tenlH I Ihe ,
of i'. N & \\ fr )
I ti.el I V tim t. ..
b 1)'lno Coiintv, Florida.Hv
lNOI l : "
1-3-3t.\-1 I'oinelhl to I both I In..lu.h.i mu 1"ntng. I Is the 3id. diy of January 1938.
.r .1. H D C.
"t."I'd'"K h'eily,
4. OK .4hI', OK T\\ $207 26S this 16th' day of November..
'1C I': OK tl.K nf TXI Pint of /. "'ptl.oli. 1'1.0
.t' 'il 11111..n .I T F1L.NI INmilMAtloiney t I .:.
( III: .\I I.114: I
,. 4 7 S KJl 1..I. 19:7.
,, 421. 4.1 < I 1:1"1'1'1'I :'elij 1.1.1. 1' for 1'lnlntlff Notice. IH hereby '"" that .nCmlei < of M:' & of xnu4 I & ( ) Coughs
I K. 195 Aiteit more fW'i OJ'I"ICIAI.EAL
,j Vollce' I. oh'.1 I IhnlV. Itnn, "lnlll 11-6-6112-3 han 110.1 with ii,. writ re.qneni NVV' ', of SlJ'!', :'ID 1p. OS. TIIOMA
4 : w II Imlh has Ih..1 wlh wmitten41L ot that tax certificates to- K ,' I ItiO Allen, ,
{ II } ,
1'hw taxen be nold ai o ft I lil< m edby Ih. 1 '"lllnlll t leik of Cllcult Comt ufittadfoid from
thai I tot '
t& 1".1 .1.111. .. NOIKKOK'PI.IC't. I IONIOil Kether with I I I m common colds
lettiHiuten. .Son 3J-40. of 1113' and .I cii 1.1| ."I..1 or lennIbe County !'loi,'Ida.1I19511J17 .
with (
icethei ""
t i 11 ...u.nl 'I"\ \ I.n I ol levied I.".. Ih. IIR' I 1. taxes to h. Hold are evidenced
held hy the, stule, bendveltlsed :,111-411 of I HI of I'l.lO mid I l'U5! m'eepec.Lively h..1
ol .
1 I t letliMl the unpaidtaxeH (Seesle Hill : > .d'.I".o and .old to the hllhp.t I I l.v eltitliuteH. NOH 7 and 1 11 otIV2'

1' 1 k and sold the' .hlth..t 11,1, lepleHent'e&trs l'l2D KM7 liutlliniliiHlve NCITK'IJ: IS III':llfc-BV nIVE That i. ".iu elm an prm.v... !* mid. 1111:I i ""I''lh'"ly I and I I "lep K OK ., That Hang 0
,, I. blddei' r.r ash IIH pi ov I r. Ih. > I I I. 1 C. A. I 111,'Iff IM. h.ld., of Tax Ceillfl- l.u.,' Illll 1 i 4 > House HIII) :iMI of I lie I I'.117 actS of I 11""llnl .2112.11.1' No 4A1 2nd dav ofSepiembei I. I I Ihe I to
the rm.IIviimgI .\ l rate 1..u.,1 tl. Ih. m' upon I' r.lI.wIIO I'M7., : bolh 1.1'11.lv. umonnllnK (leiiale Illll N. 1U.O:) No matter how many medlcinl
I till 1..1"1.1"1. upon \'U--1-2.3-t-i A. 1) filed same I ,leal 1 ,. IIH I "nly
I d..I..1 .t..t. $428.27. : .is iiLKi.nv: cm IN. That have
I I In the I ,,mmimtyr 1..1. I7-l '- '1 I..I. \-Iu. NOTI.J. you tried for your
I cough
I 11 In office and han made Slate of KloilcH. ta1 ch
S 4 Brlu.1 xtule of Klul Id: lo.wl'' I I 11\-I 1 2.\.la\-14.\-I\'I.\I :l I I I .rflk tion mv for a tax deed to be Rpplen. 'II'A.lord. Smith tax leltlllcates loKethel,' with C. Pow.I. holder of 2-3 of Tuxleiliflcate coW- bronchial Irritation? cl
I. \\ of Ai 6 Lotn vI' all I t Hllbneiliellt| omitted ol Leviedtaxen I fij'l, Insued the 7th
Ti \ get relief
.r 1 \ S\I Al I Iheieon. Slid I its 10. 21. 24. 25, 26. In now with Crcomulsinl
A. Lots '-2.t ..rlr.RI. will be to the highest day of A. D. 1930, has filedHiime
Y'! if V\\ ll of > $eet I ,1.1 J.ly.
a Ti p. B S.: It. 21 I\i;:: t ontmtliilngLH : :: 1 1.\-IA.-2 f 2-J-4 of Ilk II / the rolowlnl f de.crlhed Mate of In l\\oodhivvn. 2J Sel 11 Tp. 5 South, hldclei. at I the .,'OI.t"U", door In In niv office .1.t has made Serious trouble may be brcwininH

j :10 Acies, inori. less I Loin 2-4 ,11'u lllk III A. I..'. 'h.' 1'y' II'ulo.l. : 1..1. I"'k. on I the I 71. "ay.r I uecemuber.11l87 .. application for a tax o..I to lie I.. you cannot afford to take a chad
0' Floi, Ida I : The to be are etldtMic
? evidencedby .rlk 11 Ac 2 Ac 4 of Ilk lo-wl .0.1 11 1 00 loi'k A. MDated sued, theieon. Snld: em with any remedy less
i. i Ihe t taxes in 'be 1.1 me : I Ia. 1..1. Noi of I'll hv 204) and : n i r"'lrl..I. potent tfcj
ii 9 I col,.title .lites t o'I:: '. of 141 und IJ & I..." J & 4 1 of Ilk I::I & LolH ualtir"h".t1""I.r of Seitlon 15 SOIIhw.t I of 1932 .0'.11..1.' .:0. und 65. thin the, Jth ..IY of .No tui'ii eec the rolnwln.I 1'1'. Creomulslpn, which goes right
of I 14 Loin. tJ To".hlp 113: .. ..t."ly. r. In I the Bradford. *
J.4-6-8-10-1J Ar 1937. city
.1I : of I 117 I of 1110 nnd 11.15 'iispertlve.Iv. 7 &South llmiKe 22 East, enn.1IIIIO resent '"" for 1111 to tember .un' / the seat of the trouble and aids til
( of FlorIda
1. -6-M-9-IU-II.12 of I'lll 15 sr:.\i.i :
4 and reiiiesent I Ih. unpaid taxes / I I I 40 Alien, mole ol lees. I'll' ?. both .Inilunlve, to (tul"b'htIAI. to-\I ture to soothe and heal the Inflaml
I.Ik 16 Lots 1.2-4-5-V All Him' ( r, nishiK-s Addition -
'i. (mit' the I1J1 1"I7! both Inclusive .r .oultnl A. J. .
i years \1 I \ I'S.
of said
ff2 the .
$11721Said I
? 141 HIAI.HO Ilk 1 17 At 1..1. J-J-4-5-U .,r lllk "h. '" property I Clerk of ('Ol.t of I to Staike In NorthwestQuartel mucous membranes and to lee*
C 4: al'"III'SI'j .f SHU.: 1'xceptKV : I I A. Aile' 1 III i 101' Her of I Louineand undel the hllld c..rlf..o'. innned I tax. men.III.Rlp. l"I.lh.1lh Hi.ml ford (.'olnIY.r'ul Ida. of ,"lh"'HIla'I.."' and expel the germ-laden phlcji

.' '4 of Sl.'i of M..1, & sia ofSKI l Follllh M I lot Lot 1)) Ac Deen.rnlenn.vvan In the nll" II'a. K l. all ." will"'"' be. .lllpd, the l.pvl,1 121311217NO South of Ninth Ht Section 2* Even U other remedies have fail
.: .. N\\ of SW"t, OfF of 19 & Lots tuxes H.ld hlKhp.t Township South Ilang-e 22 don't be
\ epl 1..1.4.51 Ilk maid shall be redeemed bidder At the Couithoune" door In I discouraged, try Creomi]
) MJi and Kxcept .N W''4.4 of SrJ1, 20 All lUke 2829303 ...rlfeOI. 'IK'10 OK Mtl.K OK 'I" %\ I Hast
,' I the Staike of liecembei' slon. Your druggist Is
: I m i 01 prop on the llth I day said authorized!
"vI' II I L. of M.:', of Section Ill 'Ip Ii S tl I -$23.I34.33.ttt373839: t'KlirlKItTKH: I he assessment of the propel
21 12:, c **0 Acies. mole'Ihe / All Ilk( t 1 .'f (.S. .\. L Ky In ertv d".rlh.d therein will be Hold 1917. nt I 2:00: o''I"o'k M Notice In hereby Kiven that LV. tv under the said ..rlf..I. issued refund your money U you are c
'onlolnlnl to the bidder ut the court of
highest Dated dav
i 4 7 .hl. S".I- was in the A. thoroughly satisfied with
11 1) ban filed with written .hn the bet
L4A4mr I. 1"1" Ciy. 1111 1. r.
.. hotlne door on the flint Monday In her, ( : 'Sow.1 .
taxes ,. be sold me ..v.t.-, 21 h. ., the month of January 1918.: : t that the tux '.'.11.111.. toKether Curtis.I tits obtained from the very fin
M\L: '
ed tlflrates. Nos AI of 1 The taxes t I.) 1. Hold i.vimltmitpd ( ) with "", ,' said certificate be redeemed I *tie.
r by eel .r. I th day of 19 WhlC1'1: A. J al .. U'It ehal o Crcomulblon Is one word
..., a. of lift of 11110 and 1935 r..I..tV.. by lertlliiaten I I .NOB. I lUtt( and I 11 4 of .I Ml. .11'0. 10th day J.nu.'y .1'10:1'1."I.rk Court of ol levied tl" held, by the State beailvertined aii online to law prop two, and It has no hyphen
1 Iv. 'and represent, the In..hl I. .. Il:1: anil IHIj l ..I'.h..ly. ."I "11' 1117OFFICIAL: Ihl. xo'.nlbCr. Itrndfoid Ilrcult """ Hold to I h" highest ",'Iy d".rl..d th.r.11 will be sold to Ask for In
t I unpaid th County, FlorIda.I Houne the nt the courth.u. It plainly, see that the na
a foi the tears IJO! to I ...lllh. m r.r .yeum .SKU. I bidder for cash .pro'II'1 hy hloh..t hld.t.r
4 elusive. .".lntn. $1.155.!. In-1 I 9 lo I >:! both I Ildl.h.I uniountIIIH ( A .1. IUIMAS I 11-26-11-12-10 Hill I I 396 of the 19(':: the L,.KInhiluie .. .10." on the first Monday in on the bottle is Creomulsion, i a

1' AI.MI 4, m| 11'i:' of ",'II.n ; to $1. .J8. I 'lei.k of Cl l'cult ('ommet ofHiadfoid upon I the follow I illMT, dene I i Ibed I the month of January, lull, whichIs you'll get the genuine product !
t 0 S. II 21 i l. conlulnlnu it I.s ) l' III Ci'iitci nf II 1 8At In the I CoiinrN' oru.J..d. the lid day nf January. 1938Dated '
4 I 17 Towneum 1m|> I 1: om. I County, Florida IIIIli: OK \ \ lon > I leal ..IAt. thu rel'ef you want. (Adv) 0
I 4 .. IJst :. Sib. Afies. less K. truck ill 1.111..10' ,' I thin Ibtli d.i)' of
I mole ol Ky ': OI.I"'t.! lt-11-St.12-17 \ < l'. Stale I .r h lol Ida. I.-wlt: Xo.lh.r.
4., ;Tlietmtxem.tI.psildari'; ; ; l ; I p'lrp, .;.d I i-oni nun'Keii .. ,' "'UI I ''II: STV.TK ,OF ..""'P.:1: ", NV\c4 I NVV l, of IW', I 1117OFTICI:t .

,L lv I lr.J of"I. I & 41 I f'o" 1'.I.lk. Ac lun I J] onnald I I Donald Mi line aid "__ __ of hellion J2 T| 7 S. I I.. i I (I .\ !f.U.IA.
.' k j 111':111( .II"'i\;:: I\:3 5"r';:;' llvcl I ;: mm nil :i.upleMenl I 1 ,,,< 12 f to u ofbeK \1'.I.t: oi- 'I'I..U' \1"0' Me I Me, his i'IY t.tjI': I'lelk h: I" ,C' I iintallilna: SO Allen, 'uil..t'e ollenn J THOMAS, CROSS CHILDREI
Hl'. ..h. | taxen mop the 'Ihenie M 127 ft. \V 784 It, ; ot 'i8t 1)9:1:1) | I'alll mid ol, Fredelhk C I'ml andri.Hllnl I ,'l..mhc of circuit Com. of

L > ..r. I'U'i'' ":IT ln.lli InclusIve I sib I-I ft to S. L, liv ,'Ight.r I IXennte 1.1:1)Ntl'll : .I I'alll. his wife: IIHaKel The taxes t to be I sold II'" ev(deniedb Hrudfoid Count lorida. MAY HAVE \VORf
,* l 1 """"lltlll. to $M1 M.I. 4 \ \\ay 'iiitmm&'e, N 71 iliitnvn. I I. un I. IK (ll.mlf'ai tI1'lX I That and' '01. .f. H. P iker .I..h ). certllliute I No. 71 of I I'MI! I I.i.HM.Itlvelv 1-19-a.\-1:

i ) i 't .> mild ,IlKht of vvuv ;,127 ft, Ihinio4tf2 rA. irirris, 2-1: of TUXceitlfliute hln vvlfi. r. 4 o I. tlnkpi. ", I I ', mid' reptentnt I a ace fot' I Iheyeain Watch for little tonatlmt,
.1 I tt. of leu1. A Sec.Li No. 412.1 1".lp.1 I the 3rd, i l1k.r.. I I I I I tv I h.: I Davlnv I I.: .11 inn( : to 1911: I. Ij.utli. upstr
ti s'j 01 MI; & sii, of s\'t, 111: breath, ttulnftt, lois of waithi, itch!
tfl' ; Kxupt IWI. of siP":' of NW lt I ,.lr'I'' 7 s. n, 21 i P. LontalnIIIMT ; I day .r\UOI.I.I A. and I t). I 1111.has inucle has rl..d.al" I ,", 1.. Lama A. I 1'.1'1.. Llleiv: :1"1 I 11"nlnl to $11S13.I 1".lu..1 Send l'. Your Kodak Films round no* and arm, They any ha vt Jor

A.I'J t: of ; of M\VI & M'j (.f I uctLH nioie" or IIHMThe 11 I offl.e /1. and 1"1". Ilia wife; celtllliaten' tugitimon i with I round worm. Whit*' Cream VcrmitJ,
11' Issued
1tk. r S\\ I4 Ij .r SV'', of SK'4: of .I laxen t. be Hold meevliliiuedIV I |.1"1\1 I Iur. a tix deed to I I I trulie' I I Mtvln and I Iiiltin, I I Hubnequenl I omitted or I Levied for Development. One day ervI has Htly and for year, rctiabtv epr J

.SfC. 21 1.'\| tl S II 21 K:. contain- I I i el, ,<'aten .Vim 20.1 and.' I Ilio of nI:: ; .I.I certificate ml:Ihi'd embraces: In'' his wife;; Iliium\. '")'''' amidl'euio'ir. 1 1"1... vvlll he oold. to, the highest bid. ice and first rlantt work guaran I time worm and toned th. delicate (uT J
,, '! lii J:to .mes.l ,. 01. lent 1110: ( anil I 1.M5 .rslectiicI) and ivp following' I i i propeity hln vvlfv: s. H. Miinn anilMimn del, nt I Ihe Com ,Untune door In "'e make up White Cream Vermituge n.commimJ,4dnmJlmii. 1
1. the I of jlrmid foi'd. Mute of
4 Ihe taxes to l Ie ulu e\'Ulencvtll.y ,tinent the nnpulii taxeH tom the yeaiaIIUI ""lty ._ hln wife; 1..1 I.ftfl on the I Ill h day of "D'<'' te. enlartmentl rCAKPEXTKU'S
lei tllli'HtfH NOM..J'l-i'ij of I 137 and ( to IIUJ both, Inilunlve Hiliomiling 1"I.rld., I.-wl,: I lie,., .'lohn I'. lion, "',' Hulil.cll 1'ltl"I.i :: at I II I ::11 ii'i lot I k A. M 1-1 ):d7 Inches. u. tial

.t f1 ll-'tf: uf 1J7 <'f I"10: ami mj5 itnpei.tltlv .- '. til, js ".. of VnrthvvestCjumter : Joni-ph. )' I'oiteiilllmn, li. ,hi. 27lli day of The Kiil *\ \
A1 anrl ropienent; the ;nnpalil'taxeM 'I A 1.11' SI'.', of sni'", Hx: .ept 10 i & Noi ml,tin'ast Quartet' c fsouthwest I'm,.Hi. mid, I I'm'tpi.. hln 4 wife I : veml.ii i I I'M: 7. CAKKADINE'S. \WTEY.
L foi,. the yeai I'JJ'' 1117 both I A >I''; Cur" sia' of "!.. of sni' tJ nit"ri'or of S..I.1 I 1 : ,I ..Io..ph.t.hems I'oitei" .i li'. and IOFFICI JsK.VL) oniiu nun.T i.ulhIlYi( {
of M..II' or N \\ of sii;' Township 7 1.llh. owe 2. A. .1.I 1IIOMASlei '
.I liu lii,.l\ i : to $1lfllti: & I I'mimI let bin vvlli I I Lonlne I I I'oitrlMm I -
4f$ ? .%I.iti' "W'nl"1111' 4. \lj of M-Lllon 'p 7 s. 1 u 1. .Ji i';. ('liititlnliiHT 1'a.l.: e""IIIIIIO t I I Rf( Artcs, ionic, I \\". Hunt' I Hm'l' .: .\nnle llolllntir <' 'k of CIrcuit; Comt ofHiuilioid

: hVS"" l.xiept: Nlm4:' of M.II:' of I I I,I 60 mien, more ol .linn I cr I. .I : L. M. LlttlM 1".I.r Lcnn M I LllII. 1 Count t)', 1"IUlnl.1.i ,
1t 4 S HWI.I ,i. M.I:m, of 144 I'' See 22 T|1". lime taxen lo he Hold HID, .' .11..1Iy The assessment the said of the, said property he and, Annie' I Little I his vvlfnMHIV IJ.J 3t 1J-17 4

j 1' 1' I I d) S 1. iK l ,. 100ileH i,""II'II.. .Non. JO' and., I .r I In.l.r I 'lrl"l", 1..I.d I':. Cotuint mill 01. Mitt' KI'owalt <
,' 1 .\ mole' ol,. I...Ialllll. IJjO ,", I l enpn tlvil I ) and lep.lenelll I memis i 11 I'h. name of 3l I J ( liesL'nless : ; Marie .\inaiida, 1.'lwzl.k. NOI' K K OK "tl.K 01l' %\ 14MU -
said reillfkiite I
I lie sold the unpaid tit a es I Itm t the Jell '' : h.I: meuliemmii.ui and I I I t : Irs: '
A I 'h. IHX.M me ","lplrpd' ; li I OaKe I llnwre i h. misl.mtui.I 1.:11..1 ,
I law he Wllhll
nccotdhiK to ,
m i *
1 ij'l( lo I 1"31 but ii plop that ( WIlany .
1 Iv teilllii m HtiH NOH. I ID-IB of 151 Ind II'lu.III'oU"t' : 1"1"1 t and' h'_ NotUo h..h "" I.
41 ,. 2 of I US of 1'MO. mill I I'llo: lei-pei. I llittto' t"MI*1.20. I eitv d""II.p,1" I Ibeieln wil i I I be sold : 1..1., 'Inl.hi. wife, ." H Lalllet liun Hied with me written leqtient -
to bidder
1-1 I he courthouse
It. j ', anil lepleHent the A .".: All S'". of W".f' .h. '.. .I I aillet, bin wife.; J i i.I i.: that I Ihe t ix lertilliaten to-
,.((7 '( 4 ., laxiM. for the years I'ljO to 1 ::11.1'.. I uiluh t A. S'j' of \\ i I l.xirptli : dooi on the frt :Monday in I Dnnneiidv' .'. .1 li,i' and I itiiineailt. '. I> K<'tier,. with .I subsequent omitted 6y totrsMime .TA'ID
the J
t of whichIs
l f InchinlMumotintlnK to f2Ji 0(1ALSO ( i: 410 ft heitlon, k 11". 7 S. KJl ".llh a mm IIU.: hIs : \" I'. KoHter: hurry II:. ol" I.vl.d I/ held. bv tile Slate I,ftadviltlned
\\" l of :i I "I.:. iiuitaliiliiK, 100 i ,. mine 1 the ro.. dnv of .tu.mmtmmtu'y. I 11"II.: I ,wl. ,. sold to the blithest I'eatiuet( .11 Plato Symilicate:
t 4'' 1 fl ,i : N 1.L, of S &$2 "atcd lull, day of Notembei' 1111 lu,1 I II I i K: l Ink 1 : l.oulnu "ld.
\V i m I if I r I Unn .. ', I bidder foi provided by
| I i\ir: |>t MJi i:' ut hi: 1937 1"1lnl : comeiia I : I'm. an
I, '. \ 'lie tuxen t to I. Hold me etlileniedby ,. O.I1. I Honne: HIM, 6h.r the IIU7 of
4 j' b\Vi 1"1.1 I J.1 .Ii. H M K 21 orriciAt i SEAL) 1> I I. an AdiiiliilNtii.il acts alt the of Jerome presentation at the Metropolis-
.. h liitiaieH' .NOH of luu and. ( the h L ,". the tollowliiNrclniiio I I songs
9 I I'] 4 .1'11111' l 110 Ac' niuluol 5-1 A. J lhtO31A9t. I Ix of entale' of MiniilnK' MTlnlutlll upon W "Ramuntcho" de-par J
A ,m. I... It 69):> or I I'Ml and I"143 1 lenpi-itlveH' I I 'lei.k \\'. I, ii : I I IL:. Full mid 1 ..il "leal I estate I In the ounty t Kern assembled! for one concert next season.
of I i f'u'mmrt of I'UT. 1..1..0 .1
; 4 i e ,1 lilt. fuxen I. be sold. me Itlenceil : mid I li-pit.Henl I lie unpaid laxeH Multifold .1"11.i I l ,"h. wl., .\. A. Fumm.'Im ,.r I II"IH"I." state of florid a, lo.wl: they would consume all of your day fro-n the Anglo-American tra|
4. rI hv i'ertiNi.nteH Son I 11-12 I of l 1147 ami t thu )'''"'.. 1MO! : I 9.17 both liu' IU"I. 'UIII) 'I"I'ldl. I and \ wl.: JohnI.eiinon I I 10 Alien Went of I). III N\" and molt of dttion that has occupied Taylor in

11-12 of I''j of I l9.O l: anil 1 19l! :15 I ipHpetllxel '- I II 1 Ive, umoiliitlnu, ; (. $174 I .73. 1-1-51-\-1 I I : and, ll,>"..n. hi. wife, Lot 1 & All Nl 1, .r I..t. : & 3 the past. It is based upon Pi; rrLou's <. C''
i I \ .I4ilenel1t| I lie Al.su. : l I. Nil ft. i.l Nil' of NO" II l 1'.II"'ul and '__ or S.". Ip 7 S. It 20 i I':.. ii.ll- jour night He
i HI: or wilt i ,
1111' \ \
4 l I.I MX fin,. I InyrlilH I'lJ'l!' |I., 19:7:) > I ,.. \\ i S if 1 I.nh; >v. li: 440' I It olSKI < : \ 0': I l"ul. wlr.: !i". \ I.1'.1-: I lining 4 I 1 O muons' or less has written liter. story of the picturesqiulB.1in.ue C

I iJ4 liu liixlvf. iiinoiiiilInK to $ : I : of N\ m 1"'lnl H 'lii. 7 Notice Is 1':1'11'Rite that Mrs I "" SH|>Hmnn t ltil' : :
I .VI -il: .I l.iitB: IK l I or ): : -' 5. K Jl I L "U"tllll"l Jo mien, Kiln Johns has h..hy(filed I with "me wilttenleiiiest I ItllKtt-n, bin I wl.I ; I llohelt 'r hoinni.n by (... "' 69 mind !9: of ously. has a certain timdme.s.t'enl" .
; r .NVV'4' l.xiepl: K: I 10 t AtlKH I I';\- nioie' 01" lennIhe I that the tax 4 I Ip..1 ii Henelton, hln' I1J mid 1U4 l reel.ctivciy. und represent
I toKelliel
cc" -
Klin. I .si. if I h I taxen I he nold me | "III'ot.. L llliowlliiHT -.Id taxen tol Ihe Kern began
C upt ; pill I t& t, 111,1 vvilh I I I I sum ""'' I t I mlI I 1.,111 and' I'ettlah "" ) eaiHI'MI : --
4 I ( ;!j lV.\ ). At Lot & *<-j of .,. ASti I h) leltlllialrH, Non, I I-I of ,.I ',. levied I la" 11 held by the (stute." beHdvHttlstd I his wl. : Lull M I 'LmiK- I; ;h lo 11:7.: both Inclusive, 110111. ;0 his career as a
; lrt i 11..11 J5 1'1'l | H S. II 21| II. mil'tnlnliiK luJ of I 1 lI8l: and ) rcept'i'tlv.-ly, t mid.. sold to I the I hlirliesililildel I icy: A. (' : II.I.:. Vms milummt, ,,nirnd IIIK ,. $ .2*. contributor of i" J fl"Imailei
loo '\" ',.. niin'" or I"... and .m".1".1' the unpaid lOSes fur fin,' ciiHll \iinbulen" hln wife, "CII I ,\.10: .5. S flioff. comfloifi
,. ,i The ,taxes to he soIl) are" e\lilenied I the ) eaiH I Itlo to II:17 both immcltmsivc.mitmm.Umitimmg HI.IIMItill 111)) of as the 1"'hh..1 1117: arts bv ofthe lllvelH mid' ILls cr5, hits 2 ". In. SI'! Cor of Lot I 11 I I inter pola I ted of modem c/i/ cc, n i ieilng itiiI

'c. l.itrlluinleH, NOH i miof: I I7J anil to 111. I I,eKlslat I in.e, upon t the followlnirdescilbed I wifiSam I : I t.semi I'eig.' "'aoIIO i an i, I 1-: A In .SW I Col. of Lol I 12 numbers I in a llolli/itood oflu. fcfermt |/ '*'
El. ., A 111: : of I ttto' mill inn lenpeitHel. .\1.:.: .NJJi MJl I ''I & SWl, real I estate. 111 the founty I'..h I Di-p.ii.tment Stole; II 7 ''p. 7 S. It. 20 i I': containIng Broadway musical of u.AfcA he mil iiuWoichfstiale titJ'C'
anil lepli'HHtit I Ihe lltipillil I I see foithu I if :> Sett ion N Ip. 7 S. K JlI. of Iltadfold.. Male' of Klulida lo.tv I Hi'even. ,I'IIK huninens Ci.y- I 2 Alien, more or I linn. ihowi. It anil
yeuiH, 1'iji to I'i:: In.Ill 1".ll.h... I I... em.mi 11"1 I I (HO' ailt.H. IIIOIH 01' i 'It .South I 100 feet of Block J'l' usextended lona Company. Cecil I I llafnne nil 'III.tnxen to I be .sold mire evidencedby : nniiio for sciecn
3f 4 ""1111 to Ii 117 : lOss ( on luiei.y's: tlllKlnul Li-ila Uallfe, his wlf.: Hentel, I. rertlllcates NOH JS mid : ofl 0, was the I late radio protturtloni. llflueen >M "\

I : \1 I'lllf" I I I'url Sec. 26 "I lit. taxeH to bi Hold me etldeniedby ""I'.wn of !I"lul"Mil.. I In h: tinman, I li. Pi.lluid Mm, Inea l lilj: and 1114 renpeitlvely I and rep ., Charles Froh- labors he letll have an, oppmltna'tl'

I.\iipt: ;'. of MJI, & K'j: of lelllliiateH( ..NOH. Jll I 'ami. I 101 of c.f SW ''i ""I.rk.. I 6 XI'"I,I ..II'.d' .1 I II I. I'cilliii-il. bet hux- I resent unpaid taxen for the )" ''r Louis Riud man who started at Intervals la tiaie an ripei ftoter "
t t!( ; M'I & lx, cut M-'i I:' .I l ii':' ofSVi U:10 and I IMS I ..I..lv.I I 13, and' lep.lenent I! 22 HuntIhe .: Township h.n.l : \'. M I Ivey; "l.llxabeth I I.een II"al i I to I 1917: both .. amountIN 2:
9Li of $et loll 2U US. ItJl I I the unpaid I. .. foi" the ;mice Taxes to be sold ale" evldetic ," I':. H l I.een. her hl.hant: C. II.Mmkn I.. Ill 61. him upon his way to fame and she Lot Angeles I'htmlmmlIIiCriches. / ( <|

"::1.1. c..n'"lnlll I I I 99''* Allen, I Jen"m I UJt' to I 1IM7 'both Inilunlve cd bv eitltlcate" No lost' of Vuirnst ; F. M. Deen: I l.h.1 said 1 tax leltltlcuten, tf,nether with Planning a production of in j Ihe llollt/nood Haul.?
J.. nun 01 i ainoiintlnH, to $1JJOHALSO I mid, 1 his all onillted Levied "
... 7. 1 : lepiesc-nt I taxes foi I the Llpncomb \I.; Z. Hiibntquent or "The Girl From Utah with Julia
) 'I he taxeH I. In Holil ,.. evidenced' : .NVAI.: of NSSIM t Ion 14 .1la.UU RII: 'to IHI7( both naila N Dent mid W'. D her I I tuxen will be Hole!) to the highest
t :' l.y leltllliuteH I NOH I 7.541 of I 173 anil T l'i'. 7 H. It. Jl L 4U Allen, nioluol y to $ ( hu.banil. Ji.lin Alexander I Ir.h.l1 blildei. at the Colllthotlne: dooi In.stm Sanderson in the stellar role, Froh-

3".II.r" I 1I.r: I I'JJO and 1 "U3 "leHpti.tlvelv I... a".unln." ,'166.7. ".. Indu.h..1. and, 1"lhl"; his wife, I IC 'ke fin the 17th diy of December.19J7. man was on the hunt for a tuneful Band Muslo Sure Fir
I and ..1..11 thi. unpaidlaxeH 'Ihe t a see to he Hold 1.1' evidencedby "ul nil subsequent. ,. I 1.nne AI.I ___h l.al. his wife, at I 1100, clock A. M. American sentimental number
rot. the ?) ears' I to I 1917: bothtmluxlM' leltllUnlen' .Non 2 I "''HI I 164 of led tuxes vvlll sold t111.d .1.I I 11 Imi.11nnd ___ .. '.e. his ; Dated this the J7lh, day of Novembci but Band music lias tiaiuHyla ( hi't
it1 iiniounlliiK lo I jO'i HO 1 MO: and I I Mi l reaeetmvely. and r -prenem bidder' Rt the 1.0 I'ourt House Dooi' In wife I ; c'hit. *. I lobelts, and Koheitn .., 1937. to prop up a musicianly nonetoo the theatre Tim II Pipodrome'

.M.MI: I'IHI., I 144W', & ii.j of the unpaid, tixen for the ) vaiHllij'i Floi'IIn., on t Ihe lllh I dnv ofHeiembel hln wl., J. I c. Lclle and or. .1: A. 3 THOMI .\ melodious British score. He sure-flra $.
Plllfl;I KIJ'i i: less Mil i: of HK<,t to 1JI7 both I iniliiMlvu, I I uniiiun.Inir Stuike. I!): 12::4)0 'c loc'k M l'. I:ddv In.1 Kills and'. .. _.__. I Cleik of Circuit Comt of happened upon Kern's "They Didn't most succesifiil lC110
-riiii.ii j? ni. u .s. it Ji i: confiilninif to $84 04 Dated 19:17.1 20th cluy.of IMily. .. ".. T. VV Plttn mid I tiiudfoid' County Floi'Ida. Believe Me." shot it It will be relilelhmhPr'I.

p lUl .Alien, mole I... .\1: E'j: of KI: & S\V't' (,rI. lO.t't., n. 1937.td.'FLCI.t Ih.. IMttn, his wire: M S. Beunlev ,1-3 31 was when SOIIM I 11a53
The taxeM to he Hold aid, "\'hl..I..1 S.ctlul\ 1p. i S. I U 21 Konlulntnic < S1JAI.) nV"I.1 I.and __ __ [teanley, his wife, II .1. 1-1 for Miss Sanderson'sleading tapacloiitagft.

.. l hy, lei'tilli.atcii NOH 6-7 of 11 I mules mole A. .J. MA<4. llaikneyW; M llucknev: Mrs. Mmy !OT.C..1 OK .\PPI.I.-ATIOXi number. Its played on It* ; iJ"1
C-0 of IJ'i uf I llt.ttJ old I 4. \'. and '...1..11 tinpild laxeHfoi 'lime 1 tuxeii to be mould me evidenced liindfoid County, 'lo'ld".r : wife I the unknown helin, I 4 rnste Rill No. IM.1NOTICK ) clicked instantaneously ', d' thing about the l>trliorna ol
the y.al' 1'ii'l' to III:17 hoth 111' by ttttlllialea .NOH J1&1 and I ID7. of ll-itl-u-l.-IO: I I.h :, leicateen i or other clniniantn :; IS HKHKBY: I1IVBV, That that li'-aU' (IS'

k4. l iliiHlve iimomilhiK to JlinioM.sti HMO( and 1IIJ5 i enpei'tlv'*ly, und ,lep- c11111,1 under W .I liimn, Mrs Llx.ie Srl'kl".I. holder of lax and was responsible t
: I';'.j of MI l;m, or section reni'nt the unpaid tmi semI for the XOIMI-: von \ AIIONKOII Ih. unknown helm devlnees lertlllcate the 2nd day in largo blood, tickles the

27 TnwiiHltlp 6 N I It! 2 K.i coil'titlnlnK yell r. I 1"21 lo 111.17 I both Im'lu.h. TAI.I.U.: leKUtees or other iltlmuntnclilmlnw "( September A. I>. 1113. has filed measure forth popularity i Yet tin sponsor* C |

..i lit) Alien, ., or lent "","nlll to IIS010 I (....... Bill ,e. IK.lt.NOTIfi under O J. Time (nice to he H.|.1| lire evlitenieilhv .\ : Mi4 I of N\VV Sevilumi : IS: IIKKIJIIV IIIVKV That nnd If plher. .I or any of saiddefend.inl.i for a tax deed to bo I..u.dIh.r.on of the show. It M one I bumi4i badI'

c.rtln..I''.. .. tJ7 and 4-0 of I 9 Ip 7 S. U. 21 p:... contalll"l !!.belt h K:. Star, holder of Tux I'.,.. then I Said ,'prlln.t. embiacesthe of those) rare) songs that '. muffed the TIi ?
f I 115: .r md I'M:\' ie,4letIIeiyIi I 40 item.. mole" ol I. No. 274 Issued Ihe 2nd day To the unknown h.lr. devisees following dp..lhpo ploperty" In have enduring glamour, eternal apP'i.

and repienetit. the unpaid taxed fori 'Ihe tnxen to be Hold me evirieni edl.v tl.nl. A. I>. 11HS: has Died I 1I'.nlp.. .01 other Ialman. (1.lm. the County of "dro.d. State ot and has continued ined the Ut* JI l lPlilllp
I.- the > ..r 11.5 lo 11:17: both *Illilux- I ivrtlncuten NOH 131 and ITS of "' "ppt."h.r.my nnd has ap- .. either, nil .V nui .I Florida. to-wlt' popular Sotisa in J COil1?|

11 lye, .",unlnl to flttt.21. 1'MJ! : and Itll I enpect ite13', and rep.lenent .pliintlon for oflcp" deed tn "h..d.. tefend.mnus npepitlcally named In South Half of Southwest Qtinr.t to this day. Hi'''" ill
.4. A : SW. I the unpaid llxt-H for tile I above be dead ut .e contract
1.10'' ,. 1Ino ytaiMl' thereon Said certificate embraces paragraph u mny of Southeast Quarter" of See '
of '| Loin l' Kiuol >:ll 1 lo I 937 both Inilunlve umoun Ihe property In the time of tiling this bill of complalm tlon 2 TownshIp' 6 South Kanne Stnre fit frit appearanc ollcally aislgutI l him'

I Hll'4 Of tieitlon Tp 0'6 S: IIJl lug lo $IJ.35ALSO the rnlowlnd.'rlbed, State of 20 East 20 Acres, KernABCAP au n Inferior puiitllhtiC' t\
I K., conlnlniiiK' 2u7 AII.H, : N'K, Section IIIp Florida! to-wlt: 1""dr".I. TO the Kevernl and respeitlve hun. more or .rollalnlnl Ketnlia* advancett ,ulmurtfl.' I
'hor. .
a r morn or leHM : 7 (H.' : containing, ; 40 SoutheiiHt quarter of Mouthestjtiniler ( I I hands or WIves of all the natmalpetnons The assessment of the said prop. to tile foremost rank ( ) their p.ogr.m. 'romfl.
mui, U
I The taxes to h. Hold are evidenced .cres, or" leitHIhe I ( of Northwest Quarter heieln, ".m. ,ss I..r.ndlnt. ertv under the said certificate Issued of songwriters in Ihe uorlit.? He hat itating him to chaiiPier <

bv certIfIcates S"I..1 I: nf 177 and taxes to he Hold l are evidenced Section 20 Township South. to this bill, and .nam.. '" was In the name' of Frank a rating of Ath lilaheit Ifieiei em's whose appeal U now (Mi.1"Jcreme '''
247.567 of 181 ; 11435 r.. by mitlHitlteii Noi. J1K and 161 of tIming 22 Kast. 10 I neveially and respistivety are ex.cept .
""e"lv.ly. mid I "r""t (the unpaid 19JO and; lllu respectIvely.I and ieprenent > Acres, more or I.cOIIRlnll1 .. h"r.lnb.ror. spselll'shIy StelnerUnless... said ...rln"al...hal b. redeemed i*
1: r I.x.. Ihe yeillH IKJ'i: to Id 17 both the unpaid taxes (iii HIM )eaiHI1JI The assessment of.the said prop m.nton.d. unknown to Plaintiff, poser*, Autlioi est J'ubHtfier illsongut'fter
Inclusive, uinonntltiic, to I4I4G1. to I 1" i7 both Inilunlve, ""OUlt. et ty undei the said Issued and all unknown p.r.ou. erty described therein I ;11h.p sold (.4HCAP-aigli(9isg a rank of Park Avenue will not 183Jt
jI ALftU: N\\ ', of KVVI., of S.\OI inn to $u4 50ALSO was In the name c.rll.I. who claim any ent.me, rIght title or to the hl.h..t bidder at the .courthouse ircr'.i' 1 1in
,p ll' 2s Tp. 6 8. It U K.: cOllall'1' : : A t'nl... said certificate Inlnown.. r. I interest In. a.e to Ibe land herin. the itrst Monday In aiefody.malcas Ing fullest glory until it is Pi |

t, .t 4t.> Acien, mote or I... SWv, nrrs"'t: of \v" deemed according to law the property after d..., .., or any purl Ih".or. the month of J.nllry. 1111: which the tat grit rogoltte* and w7iOse j song. Slumming on

'lT' The (mixes to be sold am evidenced 6 :/.J :'( ft Nl described therein will be sold either an h.lr. devlnenn, grantees. the Ird day ItlgDated p0p8151 11w .. norniOMt.. Avenue" isn't exactly celebraim
4 ycJ : l.v eriltli.-aten.. NOH I I4i and 40-CH7 sLim of VWl, Section 12 Tp. 7 SII. to the highest bidder at the court or other .lmAnl. under any of the this 30th 'tyN ;b.r.
iT ci of 117 of 1IMI ,und 19.1!i respectively, Jl H., Cullallln. IliO Aemce.mm.ie house door on the first Monday In above named r.nd"nl., or eitherof I IH7OFFICIU.: -
and time unpaid taxes for or I" them.; ( 8KAL
V prenent the month of January 1931. which Most lUtoners have now
1'' the yeum 19.JO lo l'>>17 both IIII.IUKJve The t.ixeH .Hold are evidencedby the Ird day of January ISIS 10 the following named cmpoin.HonH A. J. THOMAS. Kern ts unquestionably America'sleading fl3Ylt
.. ; I amounting to |f42 88 cei' ttttcate* : f-l of JJO and .Puled this ISlh diy ot November, I lo.wlt; t'lorldl Central Pen In. ('I.t.t) of "h'11 Court' of lunesmlth K by that term TiMciiiiliii for lntroaiii'i nmthti'
fl .,I Al.suWl, uf NIU, & S'. of 17J of 1910 und ""IcUv.ly. I ll 17lOKFICIAf.. Hula Company; The "' :iICallrond I Hradford ColnlY* 1.vl'ld"( Is meant an ability to write songs "Bolero" to America. The

n SE'NF. of NWt Seilloll and repieient. the unpaid I Company, WoodvtardV. 123St1231 In which Is hot tamale U no longer ctiIl4pCUOhhS'
; 4 .s Tp. 6 M. U 21 V:. containing the ) ..1. 11J1 ,. 1917 both Illc'lUHIte J. THO-fAS! Iwht & '..n'p Iii I II"") ACIPN, mote 0'. le.H. "nloultlll $ U.01. c'lerk of c'ln-iilt Pourt nfItradfold Comp.any' ; II McConner & Com.pany : I !OTII K D ,...: OK T.\\ melody that Is Insistently sweet and on the menu
.' i, 'I 1 lie taxen to l he Hold aid evidenced s..< II" I .,men t"1 her with I t County Floridat2iiStl. The .%I tfre l ft. Sax Lumber CFR.r..C.'TF. satisfyIng We cannot recall ons orchestras.

liv certlfliateH .NOH of 17t and all MubMi'iiuent oinittetl or lvl.t .. 4 Company, li J. Irlffln .Oompany;; Notice h.r.bv Olv., that M F. genuinely number from Kern's -
s.t 11111-547 I of 117 of :M-I and 19.15 leMpectlvely I taxen "II b. Hold to the h.h..t, I I ____ _. .I t'. i'cune'-(1winmi" "orp.r.llol,: \Vlllil. has nii'd l me written poor 911nirOlU
and represent the unpaidtaxeH bidder' It the I'ouithoune door In OPfnnte "P.T'O" is..n..I..nIrl.u I Ir.I "h.ml'nl i that the lax c"'lncat.* to.iKVtlinr pen. Best known of all his songa U. Male quartets are more umilS

4 ''I foi. the )eulH l'!'JI I to 1917 bothIncliiHlve Staike, on this 17th diy of l>.,inbel. :0.1..1 'r" IKl1l) %'u'"p.ny' .. & I with al .lh..ql.11 of coarse, "OI* Man River," now than ever In Amerlca-i"ii
a lug $ltfO tt8S 1017. at II :00 o'l..k A. M ", HIII '.. IA.tNOTHK ) it haukinic corporation; The Dollar ''or levied I"". h.ld by Ih. State he recognIzed as a modern classic of abroad W Ihit Iwi
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i4 I 99 Ip II H.rI I u 21 I.:, ronlulnlnir V"" l'J7 \V. If Imllh. holder of Tax Certif. of I..ld.n (IIFIKKTIVO: : cash as prov'Ided by House land-carrying cargoe
80 Alien" nioie or lennIhe (' '1.1"'"It'l.vl SK:.\ 1.1) l butte Issued the 3rd day of You and each of you are heieby HIII :.116 of the 19:17 acts of the Le > to this song the most haunting the eardrum Rut m) '

taxuH 10 he Hold tire evidenced A. .I. TIU'MVH( Alimint. A. D. 1911 his filed name notllled that the IMaliiUiT. I I. li I.h.lur., upon Ih. following descrlta.id of Kern's melodies to these cars ere favorites "Down
l hy iritiliPuteH .NOH, I 171 and 0-G67 l 1'1., k of Ircult 1 I'ouit ofMrudfold III my office und has made application .Alexander has flIed hln hill of ,om- 1 real I ecu lute I In Ihe I'uunty of BrAd. his "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes the quartet the
'1 of 137 of I 1910: and I8J5 lenpe.llve- I County, KtmldaI2331IJI7 for I tax deed to he issued ', plaint I i In the I'lriolt I ,'Ol..t of Hiucl- foul, state of Klnrldu t.-wl: "In the Evening by CII
4 Iv, and, teprenent the unpaid taxeHfoi I I thereon Said certificate\ embraces f,rd ,'ullly. Floi'Ida. avnlnnt I you SK' | nfSKI.( ., of & .' Tp delightful bonbon of his recent are seldom heard. The atone; j Oui

IS'I : I the ) eaiH' m I r."i'i! to 1UI7 both In. the llowliiK: ;. denirlhed property, In ..,.h.1 you IIH I iefm.miIumiiis., H S. U. Ill t:., contalnliiK' 40 "Roberta"; the "Siren Song" from prising foursomes have reamhh '
2 i '1, clunlve .ultlnO to $110 II. '0'1 It K: OK \PPflfIIOM the, I County' of 11..I.rd. State of tho forecloKtiie of tux smile I I Ac les. more pI.less "Leave It to Jane" "Who," which Inau'ceitilt JJ i
9 p :.", .r 11'.r Heitlon I rou 'i' tx I KK.Ifx.mte > t I"Iri.iui. to-wlt : 1,1 110.,1.I( t cnvellllK the r.I.WIII I 1'he luxes to 'i sold i ale ev litenred Marilyn Miller made famous into the hitherto and BimKornakolT.
\:1. II'5. U 21 I .. I Hill %.a. IN:It Southeast Quarter of South lands: i II.y certtniitte No. 51 of Hit! : ,...qrn.I .. some turea of nachmanlnolt
f cunllllll Ill.ltUIIV llliV That ..r .Sect I. X' of sl.i.' S\\'", I and years back In "Sally." and "Ths Hi'lr vold'Way '
4'> Allen mole or OTIJ I !" : went Quarter and Nine and one- \1 111.1) repiesent taxes for the feeding ,
The 4 InxeH to he Holil..me. vvldenie.l :, Alii I, K:. o \..al holder itt J-5 tlilnl I Alien In Soutlieant Cor : ,. SI of Nl''i:': of SI'm.j>: I I ::4:12: to I 1117.! both I I"'I"'I I I'.. You Look Tonight" India" and the .Prelhll5t'p
'4 f bY elllllniteH Nim I II 17. IZtt and 139 ''or 1 lix I'ei tlfli'ate No. SSH Inmied the Her of Noltheant Quarter of rl.tI': of NK14: of Sec 10.: K'j 11.mlll, to $.I IS.Si'>. "Song of VamthiiU Pit

4..f I HI, IMIJ and I 1".16 ,.. diy of AuwtiHt A. H I. 1 19.1.|| him Sonthwent (Qnmter,. of Section 24 SW'I.I'.r MSV'' ,. si, .t i ." m, C Sharp Minor" warJ
and leplunent, the unnlld.I.'h.ply. 13",1 ume In my of i'Ice nun Townnhlp H South llnn*. 21 I :'" r\l'I'I';: of NV' 'j of S\Vl| of Section II Tp p credited with settIng' part
lliu earn 1110 to I'It? both l I In'II.lv.I mail.* 1II1'11.m. bin for a t.. de..d tnbe 1'int: ,"lnlllnl &(> Alien, montmr .NU I, of See. 1 ; \ I U s. li in K l:., contalnliiK: NO) Deems word the i ito m0t
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L r'.. ai,to.'" to $:il: $8.L :l. .",,. Ii em eum. Said ,.rlrl,1p I lend .I of Sec. 1:1: : Ni.. WI.( or S\Vl, I I Ailes" .r. ol,. less Taylor is putting the finishing poking itraini of
i i. .%I. 111IO: Lot I 01 Ktj: of SI:1, enlbrui the Cu.I.wlll I .1'.cl'I 1.,1 'I'he HNMennrient of the said prop u .r Sec 14.; SKI u. Ni.j' of St.!*,. I 1'he ,tuxes to be sold. Hie ..vl.l.n'pdI touches to the score ol his the formidable '

wc:4.: I' I l.x: ...ept 2' A III sJnr| feltluiiJJ pi:' petty in the:: ( 1.,1.1. ertv under the natd certificate Is.sued I wl..r ?NK''.,. K': of :W'.. j l bv "'",'11"11. No 51 I ..r UU:' lespee. opera "Ramuntcho." destined for Prelude. . fdiuSO
iit I Ip. U .. I It 21 H.: lontjinliic7H ; of Florida, to-vvit. was In the n.m. of A. F, Mareotte \Vl. of SW'i.,. "U'l' of 14S% of lively repiesent' taxes for the
l lI .\clen, mine ol, I It-nH ..i theiiHt l4iiai 'tee of Southeastljuurter I Sec liSt: NIL1.I h.Sa; of NWt' .s\V''i I Ijenrs I IIJJ I.1:7.. |I"'h| | I Inrl..lv.
.Ii c. AL 'I 1'lie I InxeH to he me evidencedl.y \ Seitlon 1 17 Townnhlp 4 ll; I I'.M. soUl i..rllr..t.. until be re. of N\\l,. "I';' .f HW'l ii. NVVl S, ''"'I'tn. 1 H' I
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I Li t ivltltliaten" I n I and I 141 ml deeiuid' a"'dh.O to w prop : tt : SONG?!
lJ tlhtO: ) and, I M5 r.'h..ly.' and rvp.. li'H 40 airen more or less. eitv, .1..lh.' .' tl.r.ln wil be sold 11: mm ll. ,. i.t lit NV\t, of I M-L of S.". II h Tp. 8 S. II 21 I IJcontaining YOU WANT TO WRITE A
r, -'nt I tie oniiiilil ( sea for the y... ., lite aHneHHinenl: of the paid prop to lie hlithent lt he courthouse Sec. it, nil, except SL.| or'L., 100 .\. i'es, mom, or i
t 192.: to I M7 uuth inclusive. amount. 4 n.I) under (Its ..Id cerlf..t. Innueilwan door 01 the Caret Mon .v In of Set. 31; Nt.j. SWI-, ot S\V'. I less. Keep Your Melody Simple.
i I.i *, %11'* 2IV' I In the name I the, month December. 11:. whichIs S", of SII4"!' of Se,.. 81, Ni, .{ The taxes. to he .sold. nio" .evldenied
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*"'.I' IinlET BENSON Recede REDDISH; wasn't Doshla at League,
flUIit Various Honor ForTheir .\1..... T. T, Ixuig'n/ focal Is Etent: Emphasized. Fittinglylth Sunday night ? I wanted to seeh..r
,,"I'II-'fV; KD1TORDOT Efforts I Orl\e For Kmdini, Material Nets
f JlARHE'r! ( ) BISHOP Elva Lee Is one of B. H S.'s First Twice In Appropriate C'hjiprlProgram but Gainesville's coming back :N<'hoot 40O New
YIA most \\rrk to town has a bad effect/
This popular seniors
t M'ORTS EDITOR year Bradford High has this year. Volumes
BILL PLUMMER much to look forward to In the She is known for being so quiet I I Thanksgiving week-end was
of 'I and lady like. The clean-up campaign Is provo The different home rooms have quite Intl'relltlng--wlth dances,
, I.I'l''HIIAnY,; EDITOR way conventions and contests The B. II. S. library has recently
t 1:1.1.-\:: MAB MANNING The two best Senior business Elva Lee entered school In Law- ing to be quite successful. It Is been observing Thanksgiving In dinners, and patties. I hope none added about 400 new hooks and

JOKK EDITOR students will attend the Florida ley at the age of six. She started inspiring the students to keep their room programs during the of you shortened your lives with four seta of new reference books.
She Is picked up around them. climaxed 1 our school week with Remember, there are other Thanks
SI'l'iMU. ;GUY ER and from all Indications, Janie studying to be a stenographer result of National Book Week observed -
: 'MIRIAM Mae and is The cleanest delightful' program given in the givings coming.
fI Quarlcs and Doc Wainwrightwill going to the Massey rooms In lust In Bradforl County High
\ be the two selected They Business College,, In Jacksonville, week's campaign, were: auditorium. Well, Christmas is about here. School by a contest between home "
.th. EDITORIALSIDEALS both have done and are still doing when she graduates MondayMrs.. Long's twelfth The scripture lesson, the one- I I Get out the old bank-roll, brush It looms. Each home room was requested

' t very good work In all business subjects Elva Lee has dark brown tj',es, grade. hundrelth Psnlm, wax read by on and see if you need to get a to bring In as many books .
'l'nS II1..t. ; "O'R black hair, and, fair complexion Tuesday, Mrs. Pemorest'H sev- Janie Mae Quarrels, and was followed -,; Saturday Job, Let's make this as possible, donated to the High I

Last yell five Bradford She is five feet three Inches tall enth grade. by the lord's Prayer |i Christmas big and profitable one. !School' Library A prize was offered )
mong, many of today's "mO
filS; Ideals are considered l pokey, Business Education Association In wears her clothes well and l is consldeied ninth grade Thanksgiving observed in the United forget the true splilt. most und best bonks. First place

I d.fi.hfoflt.I and a thing of the Knoxville, Tennessee and now DIe very pietly by her class ThursdayMis.. Long's twelfth States was given by the pupilsof The guests at the paily at theAdkins' wan won by lOB Grade home room .![.
I t. But come what may, no mates giade. cottage came back tired, which
all employed Mrs. Ritch's and 1 Miss Hogsed 8 brought In 156 honks Other
Ilrr what notions are enter- Elva Lee Friday Mrs Ruby Mae Perkins' third and one or two injured but all had and
On likes I grades. rooms
Iso January 21st the school will dancing' boys, persons deserving our
and by passing generations, vote on the Best Girl Citizen in shows, fairs, trav'lman/
ala still stand l In their accepted the Senior Class The girl will receive ing./ She dislikes skating, conceited .- Day," given by Edna Pearce, learning slowly but surely thatIf Improving' library during -
''ce in the heart of man. Thought followed. i they will give the girls half a National Book Week
Inh a mediil, and her name sent people, school and spinach Repairs Made are:
Inc [ we do nut care for" such to Jacksonville. There, a name is She is fond of popular music. j j A clever dialogue between Sarah I j II chance Gainesville will be completely Mrn D. P. Carpenter, rnaga-

!sic Ll fashioned "superstitions, yet, chosen by lot and the winner receives By Clarice GIll Since the outer office Is being ,, Barefoot, and Patsey Keene from ., and entirely "out In the tines and books.
a, tiwn we ere u man or woman who a trip to Washington. This used for a !library now the suite Mis. Demorcst's room was next. cold Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, eighty-five
ah i lowered. his or her ideals of contest it sponsored, by the D. A. KHMilt.\VlOF F.\NCKS: LEE: : of furniture has been taken out and Pauline Andrews gave an inter- Examinations: will be along; pretty books.
t at or, love and pure living to the R. 1'KKK: placed in Mis T. T. Lung's homeroom I!'" eating talk, giving the origin of soon. I hope we are all exempt, Miss Olive Kay, fourteen books.
,pUIS, we scorn them and perse- Thanksgiving.Alice but If you'ie not, don't let
n The boy and girl voted the best -- i your Mrs Vonda Inman, eighty-five
m iite them. Still unless we persls- eighth graders will become honor. On January 23, 1920, a beautiful The cushions of the furniture are !!> June Harding gave a clev1er books get dusty. Let's have a books.

D Spy watch to keep our Ideals ary members of the American Legion little girl was born to Mr. and Mrs in bad condition, so the Senior girls poem, after which the president minimum number of failures, thin Ninth Home loom, forty books.
,{ti, to resist temptation, and l to S. L. Peek of Starke I are going to them with cotton of year.
Stn convention in Jacksonville in named Frances : rt-pad i I our Student Body, Doc Vain I Twelfth Homo room, six honk!!.
/fp our thinking pure, we are no the spring as guests of Mr. and Lee. The little girl was a fat, batting and then re-cover the wright, concluded the program by By the way the candy being Tenth Home loom, live books.
d Ktti-r than they. For they, per- Mis. J. H. Benson. Last year brown-eyed baby and it Is said cushions with bright cretonne. ;('n splendid talk on the many things I,' sold, in the school store will gainus The P. T. A. is getting f 2 vol. c

inE apt, labored under false appre- Ferol Jones and Billy Griffis re- that she developed a healthy pair The Seniors appreciate having we have to he thankful for this. a net of new and helpful books umrH of new books including a
nllons as to right and wrong; of lungs at this suite In their home-room I |1 for school
ceived this honor. an early age. year. our library We all complete set of Harvard Classics
;t know and yet allow ourselves Bradford High has received within When Frances was tour years and, are going to take the very --- --- --,..--- know how much they are needed Miss Kulah Mae Snider, acting
t be tempted by lower Ideas. So, the last few days some awards old she had a severe case of whoopIng best cafe of it, Interesting Notes |, so go on a candy ,diet my frlendj. State Librarian Is expected here
of comdemnution
face from II
a from Herff and Jones, the manufacturers / cough. She lost weight and .- Ah, yon, the popularity contest! next week to catalogue and classify
ildoeis ulll ;find raise with your ideals sacrifice and of the senior rings. has been a slender girl ever since JokesThe Principal J. H. Benson attended !* Who will be Miss Bradford of 1 the library The Dewey Decimal
ail your These awards' are as follow: Fiances moved to Miami in 1931 the Southern Business Association' 19:18Ve have many eligible System will be used This

race honor, and e>pure living.Itelug Athletics, 2; English, 1 ; Scholarship and entered school there. But she world Is} old, yet likes to in New Orleans, Louisiana dur- contestants, so vote for as many I la the same system that is used in
E \ 1; Commercial, 1; and Activi- was not destined to stay there laugh; new jokes are hard to find; ing the Thanksgiving holidays and as often as you like There I the universities and public librar
; 1).lfOne ties, 1, We feel sure that they will long. She moved back to Stake a whole new editorial staff can'ttickle We are sorry to lose a Junior, I 'aie lovely ladies In every class I lea This will enable high school

cause many better grades among in 1932 and has remained here ever every mind. So If you see Edith Merrltt. Edith has mo'ed'' ;from the freshmen on up! Boys, I students to be at home in a large
day I grew tired of being the seniors by giving them some- since. some ancient Joke, decked out In to Lake City where she will attend 'get some competition up! Vote I library.
,,F.I F.I h ,st I myself; so I sat down und thing to work for. All through high/ school Franceshas modern! guise,, don't frown and call school for the one _you prefer! The Board has purchased a

". ought of what great man or wo- The awards will be presented at been an excellent student and the thing a fake just l.iugh; don't I We are glad to welcome John ) 4>- 4 quantity of repair material, and
>in I would like to be like. I commencement to has made lie People of the United States
the friends She too wise 1
"e students many has Chalker, a junior, who has moved' ownonehalf the W P. A. girls are repairing: all
s ought of Caesar, but decided It voted the best for each award by always been one of the leaders In i here from Gulfpoit, Mississippi. f[ af all the telephones and j good!: reference hooks under the direction .
sill bp no pleasure to be stabbed the acuity school activities. She Crowd "\\',. I telegraph communication ,
has maintained : want a touchdown John formerly attended Gulf Con HI '! systemsof I of Miss La la Sue Smith,
.t l, cloutli My thoughts then went I We sincerely thank the firm of an average of "A" through '! We want a touchdown!" :Military Academy.The I the wot Id. I II District Supervisor
Holly Pitcher, but I realized I Hctff and Jones for this worthy high school DoHhla to Artford: "I want a __-

oul.In cal'e.to. curry water over I endeavor Frllnee" la -n-. Samna. --.....> -In.. *..hrt.- rluaa, ..... bug of peanuts." cheerleaders: received new IIn's I
Be not miming sand. to a of today for sweateis The D s
group --
-- thirty eight She Is the secietaiy -- -
I ohhel's. After thinking of all We Wonder Why of the senior clnss and Is the Edna: 'Weie you trying to catch are red) and have a white megaphone I ELEMENTARY ECHOES ] I

ie great people I could l recall and 1. Edith Howe is looking forward Editor (/ the Bradford High School that sttet-t, car?" ) through the B
jnding fault with all of them; I to Thanksgiving holidays Journal. She Is President of the Miriam: "Oh, no indeed; I was The shorthand clnss is making :
I Killed I would study out what I with a broad smile. Little Women's Club, and Serietary rneielylightening It away from )plans for a party In the future. -
Quid be.Ilhunght. 2. Mary Edwards doesn't get a of the Sub-Debbers. I this corner. The receipts from this party will'I !SIXTH Clt\l MVKKS: :SIXTH: : (ilt.\l>K NEWS

I of a teacher; but no, I basketball suit. She likes to talk, and especially I start a fund! for a new school 1 TII\SI\H\'ISn!\ l 111'1\I. In art last week we enjoyed

Jntiint to be a teacher and 3. Some of the Juniors don't to and about Gainesville boys. Mr. Howard: "John, give me the building. The sixth grade' has rnmle u drawing and coloring a Thanksgiving -
we to grade all those papeis.j have contracts in Hollywood. She also likes to dance, swim and answers to the questions I put on Mrs. S. S. Dowling's tenth gradeis mural of "The First Thanksglv- Frieze. Billy Parker was
[Y next thoughts were of a sten- 4. Christine Cntshaw was blue go to parties. Some of her dislikes the board ;yesterday"John sorry to lose one of their students i I Ing." This Is the second mural the supervisor for It. When finished
sraplier but Nell) Webb, of Brooker, who we hcvc mode, We have
OH, Goodness howdy Monday. me washing dishes, studying, : "I don't have them." has some it was a beautiful scene of
1.m > I would have to get up; also 5. Bill riummer likes lo go to and for people to think that she Mr. Howard-: "Didn't you seethe moved to Jacksonville.norr very good; Pilgrims, Indians, housI Pilgilma going to church Almost
aw careful I woul dhave to be. League at Starke. is younger than she is. questions?" I' --' ---- I, table. everyone drew and colored
\ : pictures
I,:. or careful I would have to be.ifter 6. Eddy Hartman goes to Law- She hasn't decided yet what she John"Yes: but I didn't see the \SKSil\'ISC; We sir studying China anti have
much fault finding with nile tey so much. will do In the future, hut Is considering answets." The Primary Department observed 1 I...., churches, and a very good feast of turkeys for a blarl/h! 'and

positions I could think of I 7. The Little Women are so excited being a secretary - Thanksgiving with a most found It very inletestIng We had tive border Some pupils made attrac-
rented: finally that being Just my. about the next dance. By Billy 1 Long. Thanks appropriate piogiam. I I some lepoits made on China that cardboard.turkeys out of apples and
!it f was the best I i were very good. One thing we
plan after all. 8. Inman and Clara don't go together 4> I I Thanksgiving songs \\I'I'elung
Hazel Brown any more Honor Roll The school wishes to lake this by (he audience followed by the found very interesting was tho Wt have five new books for our
-. 9. Rena Mae Cutshiiw Ins so This opportunity of thanking all the Lord's, Prayer and Flag'Sulute.I' "Great Wall of China." library, three Campfire Girl books
lira Mary Tilton beat people much pep. week mistake.roll was omitted last : patrons and lends of the school, Mrs. Roberts' room sung ""Path-I Teacher Miss Kennedy and two Boy Scout books. These
ght and by and the Bradford County Board of ItepnrleiH Mary Jo Caldwell' were bought with that
left with her crutch to 10. KcJmoml Galloway Is seen so Set filth "B" er, We Thank Thee" as they stood money pupils
eke her way through a crowded much with a certain Lawtey gill Gloria Bufoid Edward I Public Instruction for their giftsof dressed in Pilgrim costumes around Virginia Sewell. brought./ You will not find
'ew York Biaylo books and, magazines, and cooperation a ..' parse In the bookcase as pupils
subway, and was fined l 11. Dan likes to go out on the Sara Barefoot gay Thanksgiving table. '
?a oo State Farm Road. Lulu Davis, Jimmie, Nina Griffis Bishop, ,Alice Ida I in building up our school! The pupils In Miss Lillle's room I II--III il\lK .NKUSWe : are too busy reading them.
:- I libraiy. sang "Mother's Cookies" have been making tin keys, The following class officers were
Harding, Patsy Keene LolaNewsome
(Slgni'dt J Harry Benson, I A readinir.< "What Wo Atei' pumpkins and Thanksgiving caliinclnr.s. rlerteil for the month of Decem
BOREE FUNERAL HOME Verlona' Phillips BillyPatiay Principal Bradford High School. Thankful For1 was given by four 1! We have also been make her:
I dunce 1 nomlls, Margaret __ A health
Full llm of Caskets & 1'ndertdkern Supplies'' Silcox. --- ----- -- pupils from Miss Middleton'a ing pouters. Norma Gun. PI'cIIllI'ntMural Smith.

AMBULANCE, 8 E K VIC K .. .. ---_- I'llMP; I'AKDON IJKTTKK i II'otlm. '|ni'la has moved to Valparaiso, Vice PresidentMontcen; Warren -
DAY ANU NIGHT St Petersburg A man who, Miss Hogsed and Mis. Hitch i ipresented Florida. Every one was snrry to .
53: V HONE 53 SocietyClara claims to have succeeded Tampa's "The Thanksgiving )I ; ,
O. H. BENNETTMgr."A Willie Stubbs as "No. 1 pardon- Feast," the children taking the Pilgrim Florida in the Interest of Individual TieasurerLeonard Betty Harclenbrook. e

___ HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"FLORIDA Flume spent Thanksgiving getter" of Florida has been s revealed and Indian characters. The'' and public health. Llbl'8rlanBilly Peek.
in Jacksonville, and spent Sun. in St Petersburg. Some meaning of Thanksgiving was Parker.
day in Gainesville 120 convicts at Raiford were said then discussed I i We, the undersigned 1 physicians Program Chairman Dorothy
I Faxon.
Elaine Edwards spent Thursday to have engaged him in their attempts --- --.----- .. of Starke, take this opportunity .
in Gainesville. to gain freedom through |I i to endorse, the Christmas Seal' Monitors- .V, C. Oliver, Howard
John Toiode went to Brooker the Pardon Board. His name isW. Exchange : Sale, and urge every one to give Manning, Mann Gomlge and, Ar-

Friday. H. Gildard l and as far as he is (This was written after the" recent generously; to this noble cause. mcinrl Thomas.
SEA ISLAND COTTON Mildred Warren.. and Etta Fae conc..rned'lllIe Is just a "back game here between our H. H. i i The- early diagnosis of tuberculosis Judge Bobby McCiue.

Dyal were visiting in Brooker Sun. number" Unlike Sttibbs, however S. teams and Green Cove Springs.) I assures its cure. Traffic Officers Donald Bag
; lite of
n iaff//fi tnunufucliile day. he admits he Is in the busmoHs'' While not meaning to offer any'' Physicians especially trained in well, Georgia Gllpin.

1rr a1f Harritt Bishop anJ Edna Pearce because of the "prortts" and nut because excuses for either team, the courts I aid tu local ducUum; and the new H..porterMontl'.n \\.I1..en..

4 / were visitors in Gainesville Sun. I of his love for justice and l his was nevertheless In a teirlble condition J hospital now niters modem futilities ,-- -. .
SEWING THREAD'The day afternoon. faith in humanity. The Ulldardsjstem and It would be Impossible for the care of the tuberculous. ere her leave She was a good pupil
Miss Doshla Smith and Miriam of purdun-getiing Is ) We
very : for stranger to put up any kind1' ate looking forward to
/finest colton in the world |ujc nuuralljr make*the Guy were hosjehses at an oyster simple. Relatives or friends of the of decent play under such (I Signer) W F.. Middleton, M. D. getting"- our report curds Every:
/ tired and Sea blind Canon is the best '
1 cotton finest ing an buy-better than imported Egyptian Flipper ut the cottage of Judge and individual in captivity post a fee caps.) The players not handl.'I'I I CI.. Gay, M D, one hopes they are good ones. j
money Mrs A. Z. Adkins' at in escrow, to be collected when M. B. Herlong, M. I>. I.
cotton,ind it'l Amman Gnu All) Lily threw Klngsley to brave the element in order to Bernard Jordan, Reporter
/44 are made from Amenta cotton and wt invite you to Lake Saturday night and if the convict Isreed, and put on the game but at the same \\ B. Parks, M. U, -Toucher- Miss IlinsonIit .
ten them for strength and smooth. sewing quahtk'G. Hazel! Moore spent the weekend Gildard. goes to work He will time had to keep from frilling --
lf1 Send lot.30-rud maple FRM-nadt from Sea UUiulcixtoo ,, In Jacksonville make the application, post the nec- into what might have been I 1--- Y1ldr'.l a s Ie5
CoM ANrSh .& gopherholes I
In Florida. LILY MILLS ibf.N
grown II I I Luntll Stokes visited in Gaines- enmry notice." and i attend to other or where someone's berrypitLch '

I I[ villo Sunday afternoon. details, had been uprooted But on

i I the level, we me confident that If _
placed on any neutral territory' \> .. a
tinder normal, playing conditions, Q'tAvO.y' I ) 4w i iA
the two local teams will stand

up under any amount of pre. sure.
From Clay Co. High SchoolENDORSEMENTS

By Conn English

I Superintendent State Departmentof
Public Instruction.
Racial ogress marches upon

OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA the feet of healthy instructed
children. One of the primary Interests !
of our public schools la the w
,. THOKOroiI HOU*>t!! F. C. Hollingsworth I'L KMT I IE ItEPAIKINCJ promotion and protection of the .M .
1 health of the children who throngj

a @t:4:: %! IG J. L. SimmonsPlumber Hog And Hominy EDDIE HARTMAN i j i I I its duns.Tuberculosis. no longer stands at ,

:', FARMS the head of the mortality lists but # :, .

I it still destroy more lives between y ....
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St-rlll/rd Bottle I I the ages of fifteen and, twentyfivethan ,c tD ,,Ef, ..>". .o4 "'.._.
The* *''>U'.e That Refreshes any other disease.In .
...., THIS I SPACE Denmark view of thin fact It seems fitting '' Eating crowl! Not ftlW'aUveJ-but actually Canned for the first
--- time crow meat was the diin set before food experts at the Canned
'S1 ARE FOR RENTVOUR Garage that teachers throughout the Foods Marketing Conference of the Independent Grocers' Alliance of ?
l'ItESClCU'TJON' Furniture Co /EMTII RADIOS public schools in the Stale should America, held in the Knickerbocker hotel. Chicago September 27 and
: 5IESSAGE TO THE set aside a portion of time on some 38. Chloe Keefe (left) and Thelma OOcn appear to be enjoying their %
EXPERTS We Are Receding New GOniiRICH TIKES-TUBES day during Thanksgiving Week in portions of the new product. Canning of crow would not only bring a
CARPENTER'S PUBLIC: UILLRESULTS B11ING Stock Every Day. Be Sure loSe Highest Quality-Lowest Price order to discuss this nubject. new table delicacy on th. market bwt would help the farmers rid the .
EASY PAYMENTS nation of a destructive bird, the conteenoe was told. The food experts
-tRE n-"LL STORE It Before You Boy. I have approved this programfor voted to place crow meat oo iDs Uitft. Cntfaer experimentation before a ; ,
use in the public schools of) it to taM nation. J
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;f Bradford-Union Federation U. D. C. Committees NamedAt ( Bradford County High/: School._pn d quest that lhs 'tus;" -
I' 'I Elects OfficersThe FAVORITE r ri Ms, In the mercantile business' 1 In .plh.r with all I..
4I Kingsley Lake MeetingThe : or 'Ixvixl., tax.. \
Lawtey, where the couple Ad held' I" II I '4e
vrrt heed .. .
and "Intl .
It :1' I i f fi i"'T oclctyA Bradford-Union Federationof W. T. Weeks Chapter, United RECIPES (I will reside. .' biddeouex fill """.h "I.I A' I .: ; ,.I..',dhb"b.H
Women's Clubs met in Luke ::1"6 or ''h. "I; .
of the Confederacy, i
Daughters I --- -- the J.e"Ii4iIIII,.. ,, t. .
'K" > Butler Monday Nov. 29, at 2:30, d""I'fh upel' "n, "j (
l :i i i rfil I !' met Wednesday afternoon at the I World crude oil production in of h"l1dIlH'd.reel 5MUi'' ... '" ,. ',. "III
( o'clock with the president Mrs D. Kingsley Lake home of Mr. and -- -- 1935 was 1,642.600,000 barrels Tne wit : I'IIUI. .f I I'I. "'.11"1'"

-- -- K. Roberts, of Worthington Mrs 'V. E. Torode, and the hostesses Christ nuls. Dessert United States supplied 993,900,000 1 Atrti In N\V c',,,, .,. v
.I <
vi Impressive Thanksgiving Misses Doshia Smith and Springs in the chair. Mrs. Torode Mrs. Hal V1 ""'"* & :N'w ', > M;"'
ih were lira.J. \V. Kincaid offers a recipe I barrels or 68 per cent of this total. Acre hi /8K i'l.i,"i\1",1,1: 'i1: ,
I. i Service Held In Episcopal Miriam Guy Hostesses AtDelightful Mrs. H. B. JlcLendon, vice Edwards and :Mrs George W.. Roberts this week for a Christmas dessert S. K .. I:.. ....III.."",,,,,' ,0.. '11;,, ,,
of the \O'rlvF OK ft.LK OF TAX more or I lens. t-; \. .
i president federation .
: think I
i ChurchA presented that will make you you are |I .
Party .
f KHTIKK'ANotice :N 'tn.''" I.. 'lie .
the following: dt'lightfulprogram Potted plants and< chrysanthemums ; living in old Colonial days when IH hereby. given Hint n. O 'I.vTloi'? N.' .*".1'1 "" .
a t .l 4f L,4 large group of Starke residents Miss Doshia Smith of Sampson : were placed in the large livIng they thought Christmas meant IloltEftidoi, haft tiled with mi written 1910: and Viaj"i" "J""II'" '1811' '. '''Iel' 1 I,1: ,; "
; ;,; al most Impressive and Miss Miriam Guy of request. that the tax crrtlfluuteHtoRBth'r it-wont IIIXVN .. .nd ,le
) enjoyed a ,
City Address of welcome-Mis. M. room and 11 log fire burned In plllnbub or something along that with I nil l subsequent. 1 1"I7.: both liuiuHiV, .", ".I I.. ". ,
i ; : Thanksgiving service in the Epis- hostesses Saturday .87.1 16. "", ,",, ,,,:
Hampton were P. Geiger of Lake Butler the huge rock fireplace.The omitted or levied| taxes held by the na 1 t'
copal Church Wednesday night night at 7.30: o'clock at a delightful line.Soak State he advertised. and Hold to the ALSO:
1 Ib of marshmallows
t Response to address of welcomeMrs. elected highest bidder for cash. nH. rn\lcptl i | Bunt 8 Aires
newly president nt \ ,..,
I Nov. 24. The occasion was the annual oyster supper at the summer R. L. Taylor of Worthing. quartered In about two cups of by house Hill 396 of the 1317 RONof NK'M of S.! i lloii,, 2j, '.1\ '. ,,f
r community Thanksgiving service home of Judge and Mrs. A. Z Ad- Mrn I!:. K. Ferryman presided and the I..vfrlHnturt) upon the follow- 22 )0,., 1'1'I .' I'
i'OlltutlllnK .
sweet wine for hour and half. ; H A ,
II 1 ton Springs. Mrs L. A;Davis acted as secretarypro an a log, deHcribfd real vntate In 1 the 01 I.'".. "" "i".,:.
,' ; sponsored by the Starke kins on Kingsley Lake. I Add to one Ib. of seedless grapes; ('n un1y. nf itiadruid. State of Flor The .
Ii f Piano solo "The Dance of the tem. A letter was read from ida, to-wlt: pize stole Mui.i ." ... ., ,
( Ministerial Association. It was Spanish moss bamboo and fall Witches" one-half pint of cream whippedand SWV4, of NK>4 & SK',. of b V CVItlllClltPHOK; a V!. ,11'01, 'el
.9 -Miss Grace Dukes of Mrs J. M. Alvarez, chairman of NK'4rxcrpt 1928: and "1 I""
it S r r ?c held< in till evening rather than flowers were used in decoratingthe one cup of nuts. Mix thor- 10 Arras' on H Hide StM' '.. I IIIJJ: Hnlnl| ,|ll, '|i" ','''' or
Worthington Spiings bond sale for the tuberculosis dan- Ment Irlxes for |the| .. 11'1''
:lllp. B H It U N.1 iintalnlnK | .
1 ? t the morning of Thanksgiving Day spacious living room and din- Reading, "Seven Stages ofMan" Itorlum near Orlando, after which oughly and let stand one or two 70 \1' moro or I I.*.". >24: 10, .both' 1".111.'".'. i"... a .'1,12'!'''M 7 t t..
in the belief that the service would where the The t"
ing room guests were hours before serving. taxfH tn he Hold ain evlilnncvd ALSO.
-Miss Ella Mae Stricklandof the Chapter bought five dollir .
thus be attended who entertained. A fire laid in the a A l.y fiitlMHte No. 427 of 1914 renppetlilv -
I I many log Lake Butler. bond. The president made the fol and. represent. taxes for the \v,4 ot SMI! < or 1'1, '
would not be able to attend in the rustic fireplace added further Mission Hal] years, 1933 to l'U7. both, liuluxtvv, H.. H. 22 I"::.. .n'.llIi"L' ", ,,,', 1'1' t
,l )1 s1 morning. I charm to the living i room. Vocal solo "Indian Love Call"'- appointments of commitlowing ummintlnMT to $6784 I more ur lens. x '"-.
1' / Mrs. A Z. Adkins of Starke. tee chairmen and each cball'mandrew After the splendid lesson last Sold tax cart'InVnK-H' together with The I"x.',. ti n h,. m"ii .
I While the church was filled be. Those enjoying the with I all "h..tl""t. | nmltlod. ol" Leviedlaxex I hy tnrtIfUHteH. :-i., 01,u.? I< OI'"d
supper u
of : ,,
week "The Salt the Earth"It
m i I Piano solo "Gardens in the names for their committee on will !b<> sold. 'to the highest bid. nil und' li.n: 'aI J",.,<1 "I
I i
yond its capacity, only a few people the hostesses were: Misses Edna ; Rain"--.Mrs. L. A. Canova of members: was fitting: that the lesson this der at the (f'onrthmiHe door In Ktnrke 'fwelil unpaid 1'1'1)|''X''N'| ''r,. .. .,",.,"II.p.
were forced to remain stand I Pearce, Frances/! Peek Harriet tin the 17th day of l>",'el1lh'r. 1917: I 19tH 1 to I 19.\7.\ h..II1II1"|,, '|In, n h.. ""U'
week should
t Starke. set forth the need of 'n ,. ,
It '' ,
Entertainment: Mrs. A. Z Ad- at ::00 oMoi A. 1 t Kit to .12968. ? ,1.

1: ing. However these also expressed I Bishop Rena Mae Cutshaw, Harriet Address "Philosophy Underlying : klns, chairman Mrs. S. E. Brown- such salt so the subject chosen l'! J7OKKlPIAh Mated. this 27th day of November,, Said' tHX ifltl/i| .,., .''', 'I.,. .

,. their happiness in being present Benson, A. \V. Anderson, A. Z Women's Clubs"-Mrs. W. B lee Mrs. Emma Canova Mrs. W. was "When House of Baal Was (' KKAI: ,) all taxes HUhHfiiilrnt Will 1,0 onillticl. ?,' I I.."11.,1 II,
4It/ It j Adkms Jr., John A Torode Bob Young vice president of Section L. Wall. Full"2nd Kings 10th chapter A. .f THOMAS.: ler ut 1 llim-uiuthmiBi Hold to Ih. .|L,,,,-h. del.
ri.rk or ('I 'ult i dun
r l of .
( '
$f ',' Besides the : Long Bill Plummer of Lawtey Four. on the 17th liv if n iIrl,
clergy- Finance: Mis J W. Andrews, Those present will not soon for- Itiadford Counl>', Fl'ii,'lihi. nl II:00iJut'k J"" ''
1 1 1 man, the Rev. Mr. Fred Yerkes I Billy Powell and, Artford Brown Address "The Influence of the chairman Mrs.' O. L. Hayes, Mrs. get the lesson taught on the Idola- l.-l: : 3t 1817Ii l'nl..1 l I thin :27t|A, ,|L M:'n, .,

1'' ; h S.1 other ministers participating were students at the University of FlorIda Woman's Club on the Life of the Marcus F. Brown Mrs. W. E. To- try and lascivious worship %OII(''': OF N\....: 01" rte ,;,,1937.ItWFlrlAI. Hi':.VI.)
7f Dr R T. Caldwell and the Rev. at Gainesville. Community"--Mrs. L. F. Chapman rode. ticed in the house of Baal prac-// <'Kit: '."'IC'ATKHNotice : A. J TIlDJISs:

Leslie Shepherd pastors of the Later in the evening dancing vice president-elect of Section disastrous consequence when .I Id hereby given thilt MrM I.1" K 0"' <'!ll.'ill'
Program: Miss Amelia Ray Bra [.. Keinundea hit" filed with me Ih'odro'd, raunl' I ISAVE ,
a Presbyterian and. Baptist churches was enjoyed by the supper guests, Four. destroyed them all and was rewarded will, ten request Hint the tax teltlfleaten 12-2: :It 12.17 "
I chairman Miss Etta Tison, Mrs.
respectively. and other guests who were Invited I During the business session the George B. Flynn by Cod for doing; as He together! or, ,levied 1 with IIIXIH all held suhsequenlnnltted .by| the

for a later hour. Music for the following officers were elected for said what "was right in the sight Stale IIH advertised. and sold to Ih"hllw..1
Courtesy: Mrs O L. Beasley .bidder. for cash aa providedlliuiKe
fI1 dance was furnished by A. W. Anderson the ensuing year: of the Lord. .
\' lull ,:J7 acts
rya' Jr President-Mrs. E. A. McDowellof chairman Mrs. L. H. Hill Mrs. L. The people of Israel suffered of I the Lp..gl.IUI'1 upon. the fcillowIIIK MONEYOn
. t ( I REAL Lake Butler. A. Davis Mrs. E S. Matthews. much because they did not heed the ....,of' estate In the
County Hiadfold. :Stale' of FlorIda -
O. E. S To Elect 1st vice president--Mrs. H. B. Cemetery: Mrs. J. M. Brownlee warning of Elijah, but followed to-wlt: Clothing
ESTATEIF All NW4' of "SK' '. S of Cull St.,
McLepdon' of Starke. chairman; Mrs. J. E. Wilson Mrs. the worshipers of Baal; so todaythe Kxiept: 1 Acre. In 8W Cur 105 ft

The Starke Order of Eastern 2nd vice president-Mrs. Walter Hal Edwards, Mrs. L. A. Rennolds. pleasure-mad throngs refusing l byls420 ft, Meet loll 28 TJ|>. tI S. It. '. .
its YOU WANT TO Star will hold its annual electionof lie',e Vpr. 'Inl, Lat. 1'rlrr.
Newburn of Santa Fc. Edllcation:")Miss Madge Middle- to heed the warnings of God's The taxes. to be sold. are evidenced NRs "'O"o': S\U 0111
| BUY SELL OR RENT I officers next Monday night at Secretary-Mia. A. Z. Adkins of ton, chairman. Mrs. Effie Miner prophets face an even worse fate bv leitltliatea' N"... :124 and HHI I of .
7:30: o'clock, it was announced yes- Starke. Mrs. A. M. Darby Mrs. F. H. when the wrath of God descends. IKtl: and 1934. i 1..I".lh..ly. and rep.resent ( Illl.I,HF\'..
laxea Cur the
SEE US unpaid yearsIOJO
terday by Mrs. Eva Anderson Chairman of music-Mrs. Annie Long. A new chorus composed and \ to. IU7.! : both IniliiHlve, amounting CLOTHINGSpend

WILSONREALTY secretary. Mae Lee of Lake Butler. Press: Miss Amelia Ray Mrs. taught by Mr, Dodd of "Midlakes"\ I Said I. tax$16000 rertltlcateH together with
The meeting will be held In the The next meeting of the feder- H. B McLendon. was a fitting: climax to the ser all HUhHequent. omitted or Levied A Little nnd <.et. n rut'
CO. Masonic Hall and all members taxes will he Hold. to the highest. bidder -
ation will be held in May in the Hostesses for 1937 and'1938: October vice.A. I at the Coin'house door In Htarke For lour Monet.
are being urged by Mis Andersonto Starke Woman's Club building.The 1937 Mrs. O. L. Beasley special workers' meeting was on thu 17th day ot Dec-ember, 1917: ,
attend. at I 11 :00 o'tlot. ,t. .M\
exact date will be announced Mrs. Ethel M, Biggs called for Wednesday afternoon. Dated this 27th day November, 4'I' -
later. November,. 1937: Mrs. L. A. Each week new faces are addedto 1937.tOFFiCIdL! .

L 1 { Davis, Mrs. J.V.. Andrews, Mis.O the group and spiritual enthusiasm ),\. J.sn\i.THOMAS:) Star Workin men's

L. Haynes Is ever in the atmosphere. Clt-l"U of Cili'llit Coll It ofHrudford
Board Of
a GREEN Stewards :Meet t County' FI""hl
i F R E E At Smith HomeThe December1937'' : Mrs W. E. To- 12-3 :3t 12.17 Store

rode Mrs. Hal Edwards, Mrs. Woman's. Club To Meet
g ? board of stewards and the George W. Roberts. Wednesday AfternoonThe UTIfi t'H'r'FJ'Tr.:OF 54tHF. 'fttx v'1't II H.:

S TOR E Groceries and Five finance committee of the Methodist January 1938: Mrs E. K. Perry- Notice In hereby given that W T.WeekH On Vtnliiuf :Searall .'u,.,1
Gallons Church Woman's Club of Starke han filed with me written l'e-
met Tuesday night at Mrs. G
Gasoline to be Given man, L. Powell Miss Etta .
I a CASH d CARRY 7:30: o'clock at the home of Mr. and Tison. I will meet In regular session Wednesday .. -

t. i Away Each Saturday. Ask Mrs. W. P. Smith. February: Mrs. George W. afternoon. Dec. 8, at 3:30

'Si 1;' STARKE, FLA. about this. Mi. Smith chairman of the Brown of Lawtey. Mrs. Marcus F. o'clock In the club building, with
; board conducted the business the president Mrs D. P. Carpenter For
Brown Mrs.' L. H. Hill Mrs. An- Expert RepairingSmith's
r 1 WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF QUALITY FEEDS AT AVEin' meeting. in the chair.M..s. .
i nie E. Dinkins Mrs. Effie Miner.
t LOW PRICE. SEE US.BE.'ORE BUYING J, M. Darby, chairman of
;t During the social hour Mrs. March: Mrs. W L. Wall Mrs.
.r Smith assisted by her daughter J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. S. E. Brown- Little Women will have charge of

4 U t'OOKINO-Bring your can Mrs F. W. Varnedoe of Palatka lee, Mrs. George B Flynn. the program.A .

t t y FtOURIbSte Mrs. A. \V. Anderson and Mrs. C. April: Mrs L. A. Rennolds, report of the Bradford-Union. Garage

,i* 73C OIL 6a14 lIc ''E. Johns served delicious refresh- Mrs. J. E. Wilson\ Mrs Sarah L. Federation ()Women's Clubs will

:, Zdi ments to the following members Hamrick. be given by one of the delegates. I

present: The Rev. and Mrs. W. A. May: Mrs.-E. S. Matthews, Mrs. Hostesses: for the afternoon will Phone. 120

{ "Fischer Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis H. B. McLendon,' Miss Madge Mid. be Mrs.\ D. E. Knight, Mrs. J. C. I
t df1. r FANCY BLUE ROSE-WHOLE GRAINRICE'5 Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perry. dleton. Booker, Mrs R. A. Green, Mrs. f. Wrecker Service Day or NightCARPENTER'S
D. Fancher, Mrs. L. F.
i man Mr. and Mrs L. D. Vining June: Mrs. A. Z. Adktns Misses Chapman ,
and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. Mrs. J. G. Godwin and Mrs. J. C.
Amelia and Olive Ray, Mrs. Emma
1. Ibs. 15c -. Canova. Wallace. '

W.C.T.U. During the social half hour, the :Ministerial\ Association MeetsAn .
hostesses served fruit
a tempting
J The weekly meeting of the W.
4. HEST c.'OU'OVXD HOME: ; t..tCXDLARD salad course with coffee informal meeting of thr
i C. T. U. will be held with Mrs J. .

'Hff Ih'Fq ''1' lb. l IOe MEAL 10 lb. 20e T The Quigley health on lecture Friday by Mrs afternoon Max W. M.-U. -Circles-.- To Meets held Starke Presbyterian Fiklay Ministerial night manse.association Nov. While 19 in was the no I

Lee of Lakeland last week wa The Circles if the Woman's Mis- Items of business except the naming -

;Y No. 2 CAN STA1'oiU.-\RD PACK I, very helpful and wus well attended. sionaiy Society of the Baptist of a temporary chairman,
Those from out-of-town attending Church will meet Monday afternoon 1 1cAa
transacted several
were tentative
were Mrs. 11. B Arwood. Mrs. T. at 3:00: o'clock. r
25ci plans were Introduced for
Tomatoes 6e SUGAR 5 lb. developIng -
J. Terry and Mrs. J. P. Wyrick, of Circle; Number One will meet at the ministerial fellowship and
Law tey, and Mrs. H. Frey of
the home of Mrs. J. L. Goodman promoting the various

Ac, .'LORID.PORK Cleveland Ohio.. with Mrs. Maggie Andrews as co- church activities. community No $ 25'J
--- ;
,..u -- ---- hostess. Circle Number Two will l The association will meet today ,

meet with Mrs. Paul Canova and (Friday) at 1:30: P. M. in the parsonage f4t1

CHOPS lb. 14c the sex.' n Mrs Richard Kidd will act as co- of the'.Methodist Church. 1 sea Yos e.eaol pr mer.IfacS40 +

">n'h" of hostess. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and The Rev. Leslie Shepherd pastorof wasted rift al ibis ...oooscatpries.
SENDThe Mrs W. B Alexander will entertain the Baptist Church was asked Bur seseral of Ihs at oars,

_ i Circle Number Three at the to serve as chairman for the
,_ s! 10-'lbs. No. I IRISH! G. 'sOUTHERN-BABY LnlA home of the former. sociation.rf as + ; Ligg4Ntfrshl INDOORChocolates ,

- Atlantic- Monthly- Circles-of the-.W. 'M.;' S." t4Dt- Plummer-Shuford l -**"" -iit-* .* *"*.. .* MM:S: I a* I I0Mr..lhJil'r ,.I.Mda...aw.... TCMRISTM,4Sitre

4 I Potatoes l5e Beans lb. 4 J C MAKE, the hou most,'". of Unjoy your Will Meet Tuesday ;: M. B.Plummer' "111: ot .a.-=lrral..... $I i0 69 I

Circles of the Woman's Missionary La.w ley, announce the marriage
,4 the wit, the wisdom the -
ruinimnloiifhlp -
Society of the Methodist their daughter, Gladys Lucille to >AdrienneSetof SelChrishndtc
lmrm that
church will meet Tuesday afternoon Joseph Edwin Shuford, November20th Stationery
I. have made the ATLANTIC, forM + G
BOILING December 7, at three-thirty in Lake Butler. Cosmeticso
>vi>.nlyny..n" ., Ameiliu'ntnoHt 4tlmvh net anLsrcie
o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mis Shuford was connected with
I quoted and moHt ihei'lh-. sae 24lavn5lremIly1.
l 41 Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Hostesses: the Bradford County school system TALCUM : 24agvfbmse ,
BACON lb. f' 10c Mrs. Griffin and Mrs..W. A. Fisch for four years, and Is now employed

., : *,. er. Circle leaders will be electedat I as assistant postmaster at "' .(lrls'

(mentioning thin ad) this meeting.The Law.tey.

: Onions 3 lbs. I Oe' MILK 3 tall 20eI'ORK I to meeting will beheld on :Mr. Shuford Is a graduate of 1 e BOOKS CO.TAIar
'i"MIII.NIIC: NH"'I'I..Y Tuesday instead of Monday whichis .25 1 Iound

I ft' trllnitton *(., the regular day because of the COCOLATES
t Roolo. district conference which convenes CENT f A mmCOLUMN (
STEW I Monday In }nandina. .eEVENING

OLEO lb. 12/c STEW 1b. 12'/c' AI 0)0---------'_.__'-"_"_ ..- .:.


I f"1 r CABBAGE PLANTS-Now ready. All Prices!

By the bed or thousand. Priced MEN'S COMB AND BRUSH SETS t

: iH GRITS 1 0 Ibs. 22c II light.town. Z.On Z.Roud Griffin.28 3 miles from tf EVENING BAGS COTY WITH SETS-VANITY ALL. PRICESMEN'S ___, ____- 3.3 t

h FOR RENT: Attractive improved I TOILET SETS __________-____From S8o I '

I r .. cottage Just outside city limits. BRITE MANICURE SETS __________?From 43o I j M

'; ,I T. Ti..uE-: Aspirin ea 2cPrince Garage chicken lot, two acre gar We are equipped to wrap and mall your Cnrlstmi

MacaroniSpaghetti A 3c. ... den plot. Fenced. Very reason- Gift*. Our price. on thin service are tery re llonnl...'.

'' C7 t ', C ill able. See A. W. Anderson Jr. at I MAKE YOUR GIFT SELECTIONS' FROM: t 4

newspaper office tf OUR DiSI'T.IYfleeeeenee.ee t
t Table SaltH Alb't t lOc I i f

.. { h ROSE BUSHES-Guaranteed 2-yr --..!

.. old field grown everblooming
: : ... .
varieties' Fall planting best.
Free catalog. Tytex Rose Nurser- earlyforCHRISTMAS
Agent For F
ii iir'I ;4; .. lee, Tyler, Texas.. 12-2-3tp REMEMBER tocO
u I pp5ae

FOR SALECopenhagen: market et dsr ol< R1 '
; ; I II cabbage: /: plants from Bred Rite ate Q 4ES ;aah
tp L I seed. $1 per 1,000 f. o. b. Waldo.E d E ..nlv ea1 t.st .

e N TM a tt
; ,
r FOR SALE-3 good brood sows! 11ir'4
a i 2 years old, bred to tine boar,
will find pigs In about 10 days N. (08' ie"di q

Better Quality D. Wainwright Starke. 12-3-4tp w AJ Iy O jFrTW

,, t tp Santa Claus 1i H getting worried because he Is not receiving any
letters from you telling him what you want for Christmas. Don't registered Poland
China boar 350
p wait too long or he might get the idea that you don't want anything pounds
t Get Our Low Prices Before $30 or trade for cow and calf or
Buying at all. Address your letter. to Santa Claus In care of the Bradford what have. "
s r I you?-H. B. Wiggins
County Telegraph. I Hampton. ltp

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LiD 3. 1937 I.
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Mrs. A. S. Crews and Mrs. E. J. Mm. C. H. Crumpler and children Mr. and Mrs. John :Milton I Thirteen manager of Priest's the wek-end with his grandparents i

Dowling were visiting Jacksonville spent the Thanksgiving holi- Brownlee, of Gainesville have announced ,i fie to $1.00 Stores In Florida and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey.
Monday. days in Lucoochee with Mr. Crump the birth of a daughter I II Georgia ended a two-day inspection Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp of 1.
Bits of -- -- -- ler. who is stationed there i I IMr Catherine Alexandra, on Thanksgiving 1 tour here Thursday with a Sampson City were visiting rela

I Hof Co. D. E. Knight spent the first -- .---.- -. -- Day. banquet at Bryant's Cafe. Twen tives in this. section Sunday after
the week in Tallahassee attend- and M i's. T. K. McCline Sr., ----- ty-five persons attended, repre- noon. I,
ing the meeting' of the State Pardoning of Gainesville are' guests of their Mi. and Mis. J. F. Colley and I Renting managers and their wives Martha Kirkland was the dinner
Local evb Board. son and daughter-in-law Mr. and J. H. Benson were. visitors at the I and the Madison headquarters: office guest of Dorothy Norman Tuesday.
Mrs. T. K McClane, Jr personnel..
I ---- ----- : "Parents Day" celebration staged Miss Elvie Edwards, of Lake
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS: AND: I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson and .._- at the Florida State College for 'I Butler spent the week-end with G r
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns were Miss Mary: Brownlee of Tampa Women In Tallahassee during I Senator and Mrs. C. E. Johns her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
PROGRESS: OF THE COUNTY AND: TOWN visiting friends and relatives In spent the tint of the week with Thanksgiving week had alt their guests Sunday Mr. Edwards.Mr. .

Gainesville Sunday her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. ----- ': and Mrs. T. A. Brlnson and daughter and Mrs. E. E. Yarbroughof

---- Brownlee.Mrs. Miss Martha Brownlee graduatenurse Miss Patsy Brlnson. of Hugh Evergreen, were visiting Mr.
Mr, and Mrs. C. G. Priest and returned to her home Mon-I I Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Pettlt and and Mrs. W. R. Kersey Thursday'
_I---.. end Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght Hal Farton' of Jacksonville Is children spent Sunday in Willis- C. W. Chalker and sister, day from Riverside floxpital In{ daughter, Miss Armitta. Petttt, of night. r
? In Jacksonville. r ton as guests of Mrs. Priest's Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones, left last Jacksonville Gainesville and Mr. and I Mrs. A,
where she has
\\St Saturday!'; spending today with W. B. Mundy lIpt'ntthe J. L. Sapp attended church at r
-- Jr. mother, Mrs. J. W. McIntosh. Tuesday for Gulfport, Miss., where past three years in training. I J. Williams and son, Charles, of Green Cove Springs Saturday and
they will spend several weeks.J. DeLand.Mr .
H. V.
:Mrs. Knight were --- -----
r rol, and Sunday. I'
Judge A Z. Adklns held circuit Charles Burton spent the weekend -!I Mrs. Eunice Box. Mrs. Ray i Mr.and Mrs E. J. Wehle and Juanita and Lena Milliard of ,
court in Lake Butler Monday. in Rome, Ga., with his parents, Goodge and Dock Warren were Harry Benson spent several I'children, Edward, Jr., and Betty I and Mrs. James Godbold Evergreen were guests of Mrs. A. i
days last week In New Orleans, (
and James, Jr., Mrs. Codbold,
Mr. and Mrs J. F. Burton. dinner guests of Mrs. Oscar Ryeof ,!Jean, and Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Box, J. Yarbrough Thursday night.
La., where he attended an education i Sr., and Henry Godbold, all of
MrS. Klmo: struth pent Thanksgiving Pnlaiku Friday I i motored to St. Augustine Sunday I I Rev. H. M. Tillman of Jacksonville -
----- --- -- ii ..Iackmnvlllwel'e
PeLand with relatives. convention.- afternoon. visited Old[, guests Sunday
In They
-- - t
Miss the spent Saturday night
Dorothy Sapp spent !lof MI.V.. K. Stroman and son, H.
y Iwceitt visitors! In Gainesville where week-end in Hampton as the guest :j Miss Frances Hemingway willspen.1 Mrs. Carrie Rltch returned home) Fort while there H. Stroman. They were accompanied Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman.
t I court. of Miss Elaine Wynn. I I IMr. { Sunday In Jacksonville as Saturday from Jacksonville where''' -- I here by Mrs. S. S. Dowling, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman were
Col Knight attended --. I i the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lester she was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. i Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and daughters '! '!who spent several days last week I dinner guests of her sister and '
Simonton. C. C. McndoKa. i|I Miss Mary Brownlee! and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. '
and Mrs. Fred Guy of Jacksonville i I | with her sister Mrs. James God-
Miss Mary Canovil of Jackson- __ _____ ___ __ ,! Madge, Mrs. W. L. Wall, and Mrs. Crosby, Sunday ,
Lie Thanksgiving here with were week-end guests of I bold.i
spent i Kirs. O. L. Bessley and Mrs. J. | L. A. Shepherd were visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman ;,
Lr Mrs. E. E. Canova. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Mrs. Eunice Box and 8ister-ln-! .
I - -- ----
mother '. fl fiends and relatives In GalneHVille i
\\ Klncaid spent Thanksgiving In wore visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
law, Mrs. K. J. Wehle. will depart!
----- -- The following members of the
Tampa with their parents Mr. and I'Monday. McRae .
Keith Hrannock of Miami was I Mrs. J. W. Edwards and Miss j I Mrs. Friday aftttnoun for Tampa. Mrs. local Woodman Circle attendedthe Wednesday.The t
A.P. Durden. I
--- -
hit guest a few days this week of Arnie Moore were visiting fl'll'nll,1In Box will visit her mother Mrs. G. district meeting In High
illS, sma F Hamrlck.rf. I Lake Butler Monday. -.-- H. Blonnt of Plant City. I IMr. S. C. Carnell, of Ormond, was a Springs yesterday: Mrs. W. L.
I I 1 MI'''. L.. A. Canova and Mrs. N -------.- I guest\ Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. F. Andrews Mrs. T. C. (Chastaln

) E: Canova spent Friday Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McClane, Jr., Walnwrlght, Jr., attended the and Mrs. G. C. White and I A. Scott. Mr. Carnell was accompanied Mrs T. J. McIntyre, Mrs. Vergle
U Jacksonville with her daughter, and little Hon spent Thanksgiving I I Dupree organ concert in Gaines daughter Frances and G. W. Alderman home by his wife and two Flynn, Mrs P. S. Denmark, bh's.
''HIM Mary Canova.Dr Day in Gainesville with relatives. I| ville Sunday afternoon.Mrs. all of Tallahassee, will sons, who have spent the punt two L. S. IIiitto Mrs J. D. Goodman

______ I spend the week-end here with relative weeks here visiting her parents, : :Miss Dorothy Alvarez Mrs. K. J.
and Mrs. M. B. Herlong had Miss Elaine Edwards spent J. W. Edwards spent the *. Mr. and Mrs. Scott. Wheeler Mrs. B. M. Fussell lolls
a their guests Monday Mr. and Thanksgiving in Gainesville with week-end in Gainesville as I he --i -- I Doris Harrison Mrs. Burton Mc-
guest of her nlster-in-law, Mrs.C. Mi and Mrs. W. P.
lira. C H. Stockton and Mrs. friends. spent I) Mrs. Donald J. Morris andlIauhter. Kinney Mrs Eunice Wilson. Mr. a
Lloyd Preston and her father, all V. Simpson. Sunday in Palatku with their Ron- ,: Joan, of Villas, and Mrs.J and Mrs. Jerry Moore, Miss Grace
of Crescent City. Miss Nettle Dowling spent Mon- -- In-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.F. B. Powell, of Billiard have returned Dew, Mrs. Vonda Inman Mrs. A. Devilchuckles
Mrg. Sam Anderson W.
und Mrs Vamedoe. J. Miss and
Giiffla. Moore
day and Tuesday in Jacksonvillewith to their respective homes Amy
W. M.
e. Wimbeily and daughter, ------- --
God- Mrs. M. Dew. A bus
her aunt Mrs. James after spending the Thanksgiving special wan !
COLDS I Freddie, spent Monday in Jack- Victor Thomas of Green Cove
bold. holidays here as guests of Mr. and I chattered for the trip.
666 and sonville. Springs spent the Thanksgiving Mrs C. A. Knight .-.--- .A--

FEVERUI.OP. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Brown, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W B. Mundy had Mrs.holidays E. M.here Thomas.with his mother, --. GUM BRANCH when"he sees

C. H. Nasworthy Mrs. J. E. as their guests Thanksgiving Mr!!. F.. L. Middleton. of Jack- Amtta Mae Homage, ('or.
ETu Day --------
uaor.Try IIBJ.: Heduke.*'...... au Hampton Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Hal Bodden and Guy Seashole of Mrs.. J. :'1. Brownlee returned sonville, was th6 guest Thanksgiving a home left
and Mrs. K. G. Duncan spent Tues- Jacksonville. from Gainesville where she visited Day of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hilliard of

.a.b-Mr-TI.nr"-World.LI._.... Bn day in Jacksonville. I --- -- --.- -. her win and daughter-in-law, Mr. Middleton. Mrs. Middleton was Evergreen, were visiting Mr. and unprotected r
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Durden and and Mrs. John Milton Brownlee, accompanied back to Jacksonvilleby MI'S.V.. R. Kersey Thursday night.Mr. .
children have returned to their and their infant daughter.. her daughter, Marjorie Sue and Mrs. Marion Reddish fire"insurance
home in Savannah, Ga., after a --.-- who spent the week-end here I I IMi. |I and family of Lawtey and Mr. and by
visit here with relatives. Mr. and Mis. Marcus F. Brown ____ __ __ I'I Mrs. P. D. Reddish were visiting -

--- and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Terrell of '. and Mrs. A. H. Johns had ;''Mr.. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Thursday
Mr. and Mrs Narbow Stephens Tampa left Thursday for Atlanta us their guests for the Thanksgiving -j I I afternoon. 9ce ua.nd..
of Gainesville were recent guestsof Ga. They will return to Starke holidays Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Miss Audrey McRae of Jacksonville -

on may be extremely: ciiiitioiiH BUT this I I.. the "reason Mr. and Mrs B. Jacobs and next weekMr Mundorff/ of Pas-ii-Grllle, Miss)I spent the week-end with Mr. forget Him/ K
Miss Rosalind Jacobs --- -- -- ---- Doris of
.. Wesley Blowing Rock N. 1. and Mrs. T. N. Norman.
for FIRES ---- und Mrs. T. Frank Lund rum C., and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Grlf- Miss Helen Norman spent Tues
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Simonton and children spent the Thanksgiving lip, of St. Petersburg ,day night with Miss Vesta McRaeof IN4t.ItElTIi
Are you adequately protected "",'e.you Inventoried of Jacksonville were guests holidays in Brooksville as Pine Level.R. Johns & Wainwright:
Thanksgiving Day of Mrs. Simonton's guests of :Mr Landrum's I --
parents, C. of Shamrock
Keene spent
hale Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald and Mr.nn.l !
jour furniture IlItAre you sure you mother, Mrs. C. A Thornton.Mrs. Mr. and Mis. J, A. Landrum. I'I -------- ----- -.-- --
Mrs. Harry Terrell of Tampa
--- --
enough INSURANCE? Cull ut today. spent Wednesday night here withbfr
R. B. Trask and daughters, Mra. W J. Epperson and Mr. and
and Mrs. M. F. Brown Mrs.
Betty and Dorothy of Lakeland, Mrs. G. A. Anderson I I
spent) Sundayin GROCERY
i I )Fitzgerald remained for a longer TIP TOP
were guests during the Thanksgiving Madison with Airs. Epperson's'.
visit with her son-in-law anddaughter.
HAROLD C. WALL, AGENCYEvery holidays of Mrs. Trask's mothel brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and I

Kind of,Iiuturanre. and Bond Mrs. W. H. Perkins. !I Mrs. Will Knight. I __ _-

!; The Rev. H. M. Stanley, pastor; FRIDAY-SATURDAY, DEC. 4, 1937
of the Baptist Church at
will preach in the STAKKR, fl.OKIDA
WIN WIN WINHall's BroOkel"1
In Hampton at the .. - ..
Ing morning worship '

NAT SEZ: Grocery erybody tend. --is--cordially invited to at- Eating or Cooking Apples, 3 lb. lOc

Friends' of Mrs. H. C. Wall otTallahaM",1
Before you know it, Xmas will I will egret i to learn Firm Lettuce 2 Heads 15c

be here and even though you have i I MARKET & LUNCH that she is confined to Riverside
Hospital in Jacksonville where she '
promised yourself that you were underwent 51b. 15c
a major operation Bananas
Fancy ;
t Win in Trade Each .
$3.00 WeekAskUs
( not going to buy: many presents Thursday. Mrs. W. L,. Wall anti
', About This If. C. Wall are in Jacksonville' with
rd this year, when the time draws
near you'll be Just like the lest of .-- ---
in the FLOUR, t21b 37c; 24 lb. ,6s G. M. Slnttunk, Joe Risl rllnk. MILK
us, buying for everybody CARAMELSi: ;
and Mack Futch
enjoyed a swim
family. So let's get started early RICE, Fancy Blue Rose, 5 lbs. tSc Sunday In the balmy <(< ?) waters I'

we'll be to it of Kingsley Lake. Mr. Sistrunk 1 Lb.
this year; glad pack 3 TALL 19c 15c25c
.I OAT MEAL, 2Z lb. pkg. tScI says he will back down any young 2 Lbs. '
up and lay it away for you.MEN'S j man a third his age when it comes .

I MEAL, Fresh Waterground, 10 lb. t9c Ito getting Into cold water ; .
-- :
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mills and
.-,------- LARD, Best Compound, Lb. tOe daughter. Miss Elizabeth Mills of .
t !: Jacksonville, wen; guests Saturday F 24 Ibs. 72c ;
f t SHIRTS ----------.1 I POTATOES, 10 lb. U. S. No. 1 t4c of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Flume fl

\KK GOOD GIFTS!! -FROM; They were accompanied to Starke
COFFEE 100 Pet. Pure Pound t2e
by Miss Clara Flume, who was i
79c & $1.00] their guest Thursday and
$1 lup Friday.
J I Northern or Baby Lima Beans, Lb. _. 4'cNo. -- TALK OF TilE TOWN SIINMWECTCOFFEE f

Friends of Mrs. Frances Sweat
--,-------_. --.-.-,-.-.-,-,--. 2 Can Standard Corn, 3 for 20c Guilford, who has been manager
of the Suwanee Store for sometime PRUNES >

SHIKI.KV. TKMPI.KDOLLS; GRITS,Fresh, Medium, to lb. 23c will regret to learn that she il
MEN'S TIES II I will leave the first of the week for Lb. 19c Lb. 5c y
BUTTER 20c Quitman, Ga., where she will make
IN XM: IS BOXES: I I her home with her mother, Mrs. I .'-

25c '50c $1 2.95 3.95 4.95 :) BREAD, 3 loaves 2Sei I T. A. Sweat. F.VM'V NEW NAVV f i

[>1'. and! Mrs. C. C. M i DILL PICKLES Quart lOc I little baby and daughter, Miss lb.4c r

Gloria. Johns, of Jacksonville, were
BACON Best Side Lb. 16c I guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.' T. BEANS .
:\ItX'4 BLANKET "'.\ftT001.. J, Griffin.
----- They were acrompun-
BATHROBES BLANKETS : TOMATOES, Standard No. 2 can 6c !|lipd back to Jacksonville by Tummy I III
| Hitch who spent the Thanksgiving
$2.25 $2.75LADIES' Macaroni or Spaghetti, 3 pkgs. tOe !I Carrie holidays Ritch.with his mother, Mrs.I ,.

or ;
I Mr and Mrs. O. D. God: former
I renMents of Starke now living In ;
PORK STEW, Pound 12'/Zc Bradenton spent Sunday here with
I G. M. Slstiunk and family. They SOAP OR POWDER 4 for lOc
PURE APPLE JELLY, 12-oz. Jar tOe were accompanied by Mrs. A. J.
] 'I Hall of Wilcox. Mr. Golf was employed -
69cto$1.95 lOc to $1 FANCY BANANAS, 4lb. tSeI I here with J. M. Alvarez

I about twenty-five years ag>. RED BOX SUPER SUDS, 3 Boxes 25c '
KITCHEN MATCHES, 3 boxes tOe I While here Sunday he also visited ,
with W B. Alexander and other I Concentrated SUPER SUDS, 3 for 25c

r--- NEW CANE SYRUP, Quart' lSeI old friend! OCTAGON CLEANSER 3 }
; -- -- -- cans 14c

--I I----J TUB MACKEREL, Each 8e Women's The Bl-County Clubs met Federation Monday of in I PALM OLIVE SOAP, Bar 6c

L $1. I Lake Butler, and was attended by
up FLORIDA the following party from Starke: TOILET SOAP, Bar 5c
Mrs H. 13. McLendon, Mrs. E. K.
Ferryman, Mm. W. K. Middleton< n
MrM. L. A. Canova, Mrs. A, Z.
WAKE UP AND LIVE Adkins, Mrs. L. A. Davis Mr*. D. ITf. PAR .- KAY OLEO ..

and Mrs. D. E. Knight. From the POUND
I FREE DELIVERY I State Farm: Mrs. 1... F. Chapman ..

Mrs. Poacher Mrs. Joe Wallace. W Y


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I" J ': GOODI.NAOtlENT! :: book "Why Men Like Us," Is victed after the clone ,,I oon.
,1 1 !.? NOTES OK INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS I FLORID\ FACTS!' IN SHORT r.u.UU.oPIII among the recent arrivals In bookstores season of breaking th< ? : wln!
,t. i I, Gainesville, F'la. Money Is devotes a section to a summary is not eligible for the A.? +*\\

u i i 1.1 i growing in trees over thousands of I of what men don't like women mediately following non >n.

Florida I to do. It Is the result of 500
acres of pinelands, Bays I From the
office ,f ,
t t i Hints To Housewives RURAL Prof. H. S. Newins of the University PARDONS SOUfiHT BV 1223 DKCLARKS: DIVIDEND interviews with men In all walks of secretary of the lh '.x untie

of Florida School of Forestry, Tallahassee, The State Par- Miami. The Florida Power & life, boiled down to ten brief"don.ts game and fresh commiM1, Jf(

,+ COMMON SENSEBy and the crop can be harvested at don Board said 1222 clemency applications Light company has declared a dividend ," the information water fish ??
Werkljr from Home Demonstration have received for of $1,75 per share on He $7 that II |hat, 18 bet
fiveto ten-year Intervals for generations peen
f Read them and---If you must-- Ing compiled now
I,, d SpwtallntA.. TailanuiMie SPUDS JOHNSON to come if properly han- | consideration at its meeting this preferred stock, payable December weep: since the close of last Of 1)IWlctlon
dled. week. Of them 187 are from per twenty-first to stockholders on rec- teat Bea.
A 1. Tears and tantrums girl son. Copies of
this ,
1 lie, ,
,1 I life sentences. Copiesof ord at the close of business on December '
t k Goldrn Glow Marmalade ANIMALS! ARE FRIENDSOF Estimates by the Forest Serviceof sons serving with her face bulled in a handkerchief will be mailed to names
k + I FARMER! IN BATTLE the list have been sent State attorneys sixth Bryan C. Hanks, each Ounty
the U. S. Department of Agri- Is quite as likely to make a judge In the state
i with knife, AGAINST INSECT PESTS and trial judges president of the company stated and to the 193
+ Wash grapefruit, peel culture Indicate that it is possible man slap her as comfort her. conservation officers
that the substantial increase in
leaving on the white membranous Increase the annual growth rate the employed by
PASSENGER TRAFFIC l'.' business In the served the 2. Self-conscious sex poses- commission, for i-feiene
farmer hall a number area by
that lies under the The when!
j skin or "rug" of pine timber up to four times the
such as the girl with good legs who checking hunting
peel. Break in half and cut out of friends of the woods and rate of unmanaged woods by treat- :Miami. Allie J. Angle, collector company and recent freedom from tional licenses AH,|, .

,, t+ r tough, pithy part of fruit around fields for which he should feel truly Ing timber as a crop. But Prof. of customs, said passenger traffic hurricane losses had made this always crosses them up to herkne..a. names of offenders. if there
1 dr seed; also discard the seed. Cutsections grateful, according to J. R. Watson Newlna points out that if Indiscriminate to Miami from foreign ports I dividend possible Knees are no treat now-a- be: any, obtained prior to the open.

"(' 3 of fruit and tag In half State Experiment Station entomologist and clear cutting Is practiced during the first ten months of this -_ daya, and a man Is wary of the ing of the hunting season, vn Nov,
friends. are t'OMITROLLER'S): AUDIT girl who tries to exploit them. 20, will be sent to
lengthwise. These and burning of woods is allowed yeaf increased 27.9 percent over, county lodges( .

+.t. u d To each measure of pulp add birds, frogs, most of the snakes then Income from Southern 1 1939. There were (56,322 incoming I Tallahassee audit of State Physical overcapitalization may Records of commission reflect

I r 't f i', three measures of water. Let and, yes, the skunk. pine woods Is likely to dwindle and I boat passengers this year, as compared I Comptroller Lee's office/ by W. M. mean mental bankruptcy! 156 convictions for violation of

l stand over night, then boll gently These animals, particularly the there may be an actual shortage of I I with 46,485 by boat and 14- Wainwright was started last week. 3. Public halrcomblng-: occasional fishing laws and 50 convictions for

A, until rag is tender, about 1-2 to birds, are of great assistance to merchantable timber in some localities 131 by plane last year.NKV i I Wainwright said four assistantswill pat is all right but no violation of game laws Theme

'ii + 3.4 hour. Let stand again overnight the farmer in his continual battle I :MARKET OPENED- be assigned to the work which man wants to see a dressing table persons will not be el'gibU; for d,(I.

i + {, ,1| then measure." Add pint fore against Insect enemies. In fact, A recent Forest Service survey I'|I will take several months to com at the dining table. censes this year.

i pant of sugar, 1-2 as much grated without them, he would find it well made over" 42 million acres extending Marlanna- livestock auction plete. He described It as a "reg- 4. The telephone hound-the girl If the commission is iiligi-nt

1 ,11 pineapple, and cook rapidly until nigh Impossible to grow some from North Carolina along the market was opened here lust week i''ular I routine audit," required bylaw 'I who is always having to call someone the pursuance of its duties m

d 1 jelly stage is reached (222( degrees Nathan Mayo, state commissionerof Meantime Governor Cone who men
L' crops. : Atlantic and Gulf coasts to Texas I II up, or has lengthy conversations with hunting licenses will me
f f1"'' Fahrenheit), Pour into sterilized "Birds are the cheapest of In- and inland approximately 125( to agriculture, told a throng this |'1 I i and his cabinet held' a lengthy conference .with other men have a respect for the low The to

k+ i ) Jars and seal Immediately. sl'c.lcldes---they work all day long. 150 miles reveals that pine growthIn I section of Florida Is a "paradise"for j on the State's financial while he cools his feet and warms leal sportsman does not have to be

7 | "Sour Orange/ :Marmalade: Their eyes are keen and they locate the area amounts to 8 million stock growers! and the new' condition. Members said there had his temper. educated in this regard' gut

'l r ,1 !( j 1 lb. peeled sour oranges, 2 pis.I ,I many an Insect that our visIon cords a year. Wood-using indus market should bring about $25,0001a I 1 been no decision about paying 5. Crooked stocking seams. every man who gets a beans ig not
I ; !1) of water, 1-3 of peel removed, from notice Mr. Watson week to them $800.000 of bills that have accumu- a
I would never tries already established and not A ____ t 6. Too much lipstick or too much sportsman Lake Woith herald
t I. fl oranges, 1 1-2 Ibs sugar.preplll'aUon says. including the new pulp mills are I lated. make-up generally. ..
1 of peel: Use bright The Bob White, the well known already using more than 7 million I -.----- 7. Dlsleveled looks. Candled sweet
J' potatoes
; ., fruit, wash, remove peel, discard Tampa. large Span- :\1 n..T. SALUTE FLAGJairsonville..City nave a
1 ''ar >r game bird, !Is a very valuable Insect cords a year und the 12 big pulp Tampn'a 8. loud distinctive flavor if they
clothes. me
tl two-thirda of peel, reserving the ish to the I 1 Sweet.
colony ever loyal Loyalists
y destroyer and, while bagging ? Commissioner
mills now built or being built are 9. Women who treat escorts like ened with honey.
kf third freest from blemish, and use them within reasonable limits Is expected to use more than 2 million In Spain, sent another mon- j P. M. Ulsch said John P. Greer, retrieversmake
? them fetch and
+' I't a knife to remove any blemishes permissible and excusable, no far- cords. Thus the use will exceed ey order for $5,000 home Saturday i|I an employe at the municipal garage carry all the time. lt'. Easy: To Bo Mistaken Abut
that may be on peel. Cut this peelin allow and looked forward to the next I
f t mer should shoot them or the present growth by a mil- I had been given a thirty-day 10. Women who
thin slices. Place In a kettle contribution of a like amount when : drop things everlastingly STOMACH TROUBLEStomach
them to be shot to the point of lion cords a year and in some I suspension for refusal to salute the : .
Fri. and add water (four times weight extinction on his place. Here are areas it Is likely that nearly twice they will have reached the $100.- flag. The city and county commissions 1 sufferers should learn the

p fir of peel). Boil 10 minutes, then some of the pests that the Bob 000 mark in slightly more than a recently adopted resolutions Well there you are glils-now truth about ULCERS t>AS. Al 10.

//I drain. Repeat this process from White feeds on: Bella moth caterpillars year. directing all employes to sign make the best of It.-Sarasota INDIGESTION, belching htaril.um.
1 three to five times each time boilIng borer earworm lers are all valuable birds because ---.- _._ Herald. constipation, etc., due to 'X lupine pod corn pledges of allegiance to the flag
FREE: UDGA Booklet ,
exist almost entirely on in contains it
,,a the water for minutes\ Peel moths the lesser corn stalk FURID."S GEORGIA I and the government of the United I of interest The9th edition, juotolTtta

+ should be tender. Bitter taste borer, sweet potato caterpillars, sects. Tallahassee. Georgia can be States. Greer's ten-year old son, According to the government of press,may prove your first step to hi.|

t b tl, may be removed by changing tne the army worm, and the cane borer The towbee Is probably the thankful for a $200 tax paymentthat I Julian, was suspended from a pub British India 24,000 persons were py stomach comfort!Clip this to remind'
a water a sufficient/ number of times. moth. champion of all scratchers and is is forthcoming. Florida paysIt. lic school here recently for refusing -' killed by wild animals there in you to ask for the UDGA Booklet' at

,ti Preparation of the Juice: After Because the velvet bean caterpillar certainly a good friend of the far- The Florida State Hospital at to salute the flag during class 1927. CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE:

u' i' removing peel, weigh remaining is very hard to light with mer. The towhee, by hopping Into Chattahoochee overlaps the boundary I exercises. The boy did not return

t r fruit, cut into small pieces, place arsenicals, velvet beans could not the air, scratches with both feet making the sunshine state a to school. Greer and his son said I

4' In a kettle and for each pound of be raised profitably In Florida if at the same time in dead leaves Georgia taxpayer The institu- they declined to salute for religious FUNERAL DIRECTOR

+ i 6, i.j, orange taken add 2 pints of wa- it were not for the blackbird.The for pupa and other stages of In- tion's superintendent J. H. Ther- reasons and not because of I :My :Many Yeur Experience !Makes It Possible! for :Me to Render..

ter. Boil until it thoroughly disintigrates. "Flicker or "High Hole," sects. rell was directed to draw up a any political belief ]

i'1' Pour Into a flannel jelly likes his ants and plenty of them Crows and blackbirds come in check. -*- j EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SEKIt K

.j; .- bag without pressing. and, therefore, he Is a valuable for much abuse because they occasionally -----.- JAILOR, REMOVED: :MODERATE PRICES

!st ;: Making the Marmalade: Pour friend of the farmer who may be pull a stalk of sprout- "SPEEDER !SENTENCED: : Ocala. Sheriff Gordon Moor- DeWITT C. JONES

s juice into u kettle add peel and troubled with ants In his citrus Ing corn, but there is no doubt Tampa.--J. D. Howell, St. Pe- head has relieved L. G. Grant of !!Stiirke Florida

y bring to a boil. Add 1 1.2 Ibs of grove or field. Its almost impossible that a reasonable number of these tersburg real estate broker, was his duties as jailor at the Marion I

? : +; I sugar for each pound of fruit to reach borers In trees with birds on the farm are an asset to sentenced to twelve years in prison county Jail. Grant was removedas

.' Continue the boiling until the jel- an Insecticide, but the woodpeckers the owner. They destroy many today for deaths of Mrs. Juanita a result of the escape of Call''

lying point has been reached, do this work very effectively./ grasshoppers and other insects. Lucas 17 expectant Tampa mother Wilkes, awaiting sentence on a

which Is indicated by the flaking ort Fly-catchers, wrens, and warbbe Other useful birds are hawks, and her fourteen-month-old manslaughter charge Wilkes who

; 'h : sheeting from the spoon. owls, shrikes, and klldeera. Hawks daughter, on Aug. 3. The victims ,: was confined to the hospital cell .

III When over-ilpe oranges are reduced to 1 1-4 pounds for and owls may steal a chicken every died In (an automobile accident'' in the Jail gained his liberty by I I

o used, the amount of sugar should each pound of fruit. once In a while, but they destroy when Howell was accused of driving -, fashioning a key out of a spoon.

scores of mice, rabbits, and an automobile through a red Wilkes was ie-iutested. at his ,

r 1 y '' GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR MOTOR WITHKOOL I other pests. light at a high rate of speed. home here by Grant, single-hand- 'I ,
edly, after Wilkes had made a circuit -
The skunk is a great enemy of --- ;--- -

MOTORGASOLINE grubs, larvae, and other insects In HE HELPED DILLINGER of the northern part of the

the soil. Snakes beneficial too, state and played the principal role
are Tampa -- Fined $50( by Municipal -j
in another series of sensational ttaae
M! in h+ FIS'F. STATIONS IN BRADFORD COUNTY ARE AT YOUR for they destroy large numbers of Judge Watkins on a charge of i)'
crimes. The which Wilkes
Yq SERVICE WITH A COMPLETE: LINE OF Insects and mice and rats. Only violating Tampa's "known crimi- spoon
CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS the poisonous snakes rattlesnakes nal" ordinance, Dr William Loes- used In making his escape has
i r4 been found.
3 coral snakes water moccasins er-Chicago physician who in 1934
n, and copperheadsshouldbe confessed to federal of -
a charge : :
r 1? 4 STATIONS: JOHN ItOGEilS. (Gainesville Roadstu ) conspiring with others to harbor C. '
i Cocoa. -- Fred Humphrey,
Frogs and toads destroy enor- John Dillinger, one-time "PublicEnemyNo. ,
:; Kitty's Dad Penders 13-28 mous numbers of Insect pests. 1," and his accomplice j 1{ well known resident of Indianola,

West End Sta. Harri3on's (Brooker) With all these animals helpinghim Homer Van Meter, prepared to i| told us a good one Friday. Mr.
I '' Humphrey said as he was coming
in his fight to combat pests leave the city. : seTTle COMIC
; D. Agent A across the Cocoa-Merritt Island
and thereby farm successfully, the -
t ''I BRADFORD AND UNION COI NTIES Florida farmer shouk. think twice ('I.l'lIG.UN CLOSED 'bridge Friday to Cocoa he discovered
i WORTIIINGTON SPRINGS a small fire that was getting
li $ before killing them indiscriminately Miami. The La Palomu Club, '
'' F closed underway on the bridge. Having
two weeks ago by a bandof I -----5554r
to the fire with
f nothing extinguish ,
175( raiders In Ku Klux Klan regalia .
U he started toward the toll house'
: was shut down by sheriff's/ i
/ when a big truck carrying a load
deputies an hour lifter its reopen- *
'... of soda. pop came along. The
ing and all of Its employes I J

...... "V' ed. The deputies acted on arrest-I truck stopped, the driver got out, |
s '
of Sheriff D. G. Coleman secured a bottle of his wares, .*

lier had described the little opened it, stuck his finger In the I, --Imo' i DAnortcm. Mfci
and shook the bottle to'' ..,.,a.. EY- ;: 1 yt ,
*f- t Just outside the city limits as a''' opening a .....
if'' "menace" and said he would "do I' cause the carbonated water to < Hem n. -fojS::'...0.'.! ISgS?laamal !-

wise; MoforSsis; 'K-V everything In my power to keep it form a gas, and then used the battle I I _" t T
f t !
from operating." of pop as a fire extinguisher onI tes..4Iec.all. Q Farm Y RmTT p- rr
I I -
.. -< A the small blaze. As a result the 1 yt loumaf
.. -- -- -- od 1
"' \: LUCKY TRAMP: fire was quenched and the bridge g FAccall'. g ade Boy;:::n m.. lO m. Story.Arf.N., t r'O rr

bui Venice. Thanksgiving dinner was saved again. I II a .... flood for -'1 mOIl Q Te. Morn, 4c dl.rralt, 1 r+ 1nu'
| ',Af'a ------.4- a 'a Malla"o. 1 yt QRaa, bold nd 1 yrpethand.r
came unexpectedly to an elderly, I \\.Iy- 1 yt D t.bora Mao Hn. l .
I tattered tramp here. Bill Blalock j tic{ rial 1\.1." II 'I'. D Molh.r '
said the old man leaned against a \ Mount Dora. W. C. Butts has i y 1'rG'I nut.. Farms j T, QFaC2 Ihandu Ro m. Ltl., y'omaollo
a -
store front and watched a party of !i developed an orange that matures bWrNa.... 1 Y. Dpoult 7 rHbua.fw..al Yl 2elru. ?+
hunters load an automobile for In September lie calls the fruit, I a 8i1wr KC -"' '_ 1 'I'Icr. Q t'ro9noHr. t rr i
? Farms
.... 110011 1 yt Q
their trip. Wings suddenly whirred i which Is medium in size with a a conlnllo". South. 1 Ynbn'
1Y'\ !
I : and a covey of quail zoomed ,t'thick pebbly skin, "Butts' Early o Aqricultur\.t.- 2 T', D Wa, ,yt ,. '- t Y'

-' .. ii out of a nearby thicket. Two'|I September." His variety has numerous %Wemas'a World -- ,rld 1 rr

+ 4*1. r r q iiifi: Y Ifl4aR !'hi'Gc thudden against the store's plate advantages over others i iI :
I glass window and fell dead at the I I I now being: grown In Florida Butts I '

JA tramp's feet. He picked them up. said. "While the skin is green, a.

After grinning broadly at the sur- they are ready to eat In August, OFFER 740 1 OFFER NO. r
t HT.LH9 'prised hunters he walked down and will pass the test then. There liLt FIVE fLLFOUA:

,I BATTERIESMake I, the highway. Isn't so much acid In them. They This N.wpap.r. 1 Y. } FOR ONLY Tide N.w.pap.f, 1 Yr.SMaaaitaol } ;OR ONLY 40

don't split or drop ordinarily. 4 Maqoitnaa B 2.10 J* 012-
i pill ,I .the present growth will be con- They bear heavier than anythingelse. irora Croup "V

no"mistake about one thing: the first place, it has extra plates for aumed. This year I had all mine OFFER NO. 2 4
Using up the pine at this rate, OFFER
6'I' The I picked by the middle of September, ThU N.w, All FOUR ThU Yr. Alt SIX
1 N.w.pap.r
i There / difference in autoquickerstarts.. Life-Cycle Rating
a big says Prof. Newins, means that we ahead of the Parson Browns!, or. I FOR ONLY FONI.Y
i mobile batteries. is plainly marked. It is Life-Tested. are putting a date on the life of anything else, in Florida. 2 horn Group'r.\ } 25 2 from MallaID.Group A }5,55

t j our timber crop. The new pulp- ,:(I -- ,.. --- t Iron $2- 3 Mo a.ln.s B &

See Atlas before you buy. There is Atlas is Zero-Tested. You may not I' wood mills provide a new market |i II"NTI- ACCIDENT FATAL I I Stein Group

"i' i nothing mysterious about that "black use a car in zero weather-but it'sbox' ''for trees that are above 5 inches Tallahassee -- Two accidental AIL FIVE
"" .. 1 ONLY'j
In diameter _
and below pole or saw- "UE S""ORY', Story ?- 00 7' FOR
,, which know as a battery. the severest test on a battery-and it i shootings were reported Saturday H .. Maaatin 1 Y'
you log size, but such trees are capable as Floridians opened the 1937-38 I Good hood.. 1 Tr }$ ,25

t There is a lot inside that box-a lot means. extra performance for you. 1 of rapid and increasing growth hunting season. At Clearwater, .., (J r.r r"r'r-n:; r; THIS Country NEWSPAPER Horn __ 1 1 r YI t 2

i { you ought to know about. Let us |Iin volume. If only the poorer trees Person Sinclair, 18 died of gun- d

Assure yourself of balanced I performance are cut, the better .ones will grow shot wounds In the head. Witnesses
'1 show you. I faster and can be sold later on for McCall-i Maoailno. i _, ALL FIVE:
sure starting ability and said he was riding home on a Woman'. World 1 7' i *R OMIT'
ra better prices as saw logs, poles, piling bicycle, his shotgun across the Good Storloi 10 +
remarkable $'
merits dence. In life. See this battery.
Atlas / con long = IK -
_. your_ I and the like and will even pro. II handle bars when he lost his bal- farm journal I
1 duce heavier of I THIS NEWSPAPER lyr | i
i yields pulpwood.OLD ance. The gun fell to the pavement -
i Abo M us check and service your and exploded as the boy tum- fEt

; present battery, whatever make, free. ::\LTTUESSESIAPE: I bled from the wheel. He had been ici *

NEW KegurdletH of condition hunting doves. George McMullen, __-_ 1

New :\I.lttreflIade: to order 16, was shot while crawling

VALUABLE SERVICEO. Let us convert your old mattress through a fence as he returned G.nll.m.nl I II

K into new type inner spring home from a ..Dd "" .' I
squirrel hunt. .
mattress. Our prices are reasonable Com / aclai I $....................for which l llh pl.. '
fY panions said his gun was discharged .. .J .'....with a J,4" I
{+ / 11 Satisfaction Guaranteed I m ff in ( I h>.. ch. .ck tol
1' when It struck some brush. He .
.urjtcriplion la your now.pap r. I
was taken to a Brooksvlllo Story Off.r(
hospltal. 0 Horn Offer
Quick Service I

,.' t j'' L. Beasley Service Station H. H. Houston, Service Station Mattress Company I was serious Physicians from said loss his of condition blood. -' I

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381 Park St. _
Factory! "
TKMI'LB: AM CALL TUEETSI.DISON: AND WALNUT !STREETS! ,JACKSONVILLE FLA. The six per cent of the world's ... .r R.F.D.........__.._.--. |

We call for and deliver Just population living In the United _._...... Jjii I
drop m tSS1aA States own over one-third of the Tew and Sl.ton............."...". .....-. .' _
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(' 18h1 DIRECTORY big him, fighting herself "He HAMPTON : BROOKERMl of Louise. '

K"T BAPTIST CHURCH THE WIDE loves me, he said so and he askedme I I Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Raulerson
!Miss Aria Mmmt. Cerrr : Vera Oalney CorrespondentSchool
-: ,.Urt A. chock t to marry him"He ::... and daughter Kathleen were

I T J "silnday School 10 o a. m., towered over her and spokeas Owen Simmon and Bill New transacting business In Starke
_ f !
I Supt. If every word were a wedge son. of Richmond, Va., are Saturday
I\Lnlng Worship 11 a. m. WORE RED which hE' would 1 drive between her guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. B. I'Iterson. I I Mr McIntyre of Lake Butler, Wllllum and Charles Hardy were

a- Y p U meets at 6:30: p. m, and: 1 Rudl. "But we love each oth- i who was a member of our school transacting business in Lake City
B. I j faculty resigned last week to accept -
g ; Worship 7::30, er. You'll marry me. There'll be Rev. James T. Guy will Monday

' s Evening S. Teachers Meeting, Wedn ,s113 MMTM noK Ml I I no lies between us. I know what at the Methodist church next a position as vocational agriculture Mr and Mrs. T. W. Markey and
S. M"'a"" R1fe7 rr E thIC AQE I r teacher at Raleigh, N. C.
x 6 ?. m R i! you are and you know what I am. dy morning at 11:00: o'clock. Miss Martha Evelyn Markey spent
and school
The the regretted -
ltIJwel'k Prayer service, WedMK1HOOIST I We can be happy" Fred Thornsburg, of community Thanksgiving Waycross s, Ga,

.e 7'30 p. m.t :o4'NO..SISnnl.: formerly 11 quick, tenant look at Guillio, she I "He'll make me happy too. He's I North Carolina who has (' I losing Mr. Mclntrye but Mr and Mrs. Earl (preen spent
e!day singer {In n waterfront cafe {InTrUHte kissed Rtull full wish him a success In his new ven
on the ,
lips I I'\"t' what I need for happiness" guest of bur and Mrs. Luther Thanksgiving In Jasper.
CHURCH > good care of her. Guillio,1Rudl for several weeks left !
But even aa! she spoke she did not erson Mi. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey and
,Ite'!, w. .\. Fisher Pastor rento posing. ax. a uonuin, of enjoined him. for Mrs. Shuler and Mrs. Sewell of
believe herself! There was much Saturday Leesburg son, Perry, were transacting business G
School-10 a. m. position. Her two \\crkV ad.trnlure "As I would Starke. Probably Mrs. Sewell will
own : will the winter
u Sunday my Signor she wanted and would get from a spend In Starke Friday.
Worship-11 a. m. in. the remilt of wealthy And All Mr. Mclntyre'a place.
I. Moinlng so they were alone. And life with Rudl but was Mrs. W. P. Blrt und son,
happiness Mrs. r. W. Markey and Mrs.
ED orth League-6:45: p. m. Count Arniiilla'H drunken now somehow, the music was not she Birt were transacting (' The Ninth grade of the Brooker
s something hadn't dared think
y Evening; VVorshiP-T:30: p. m. whim. !She find. herself. dtttprrutely sweet and romantic but poignant, of nor ever would." Gainesville this week. Junior High School will present ville Wilder were shopping afternoon.in Gaines-

prayer meeting, Wednesday at In line ulth Gulllo filled with despair and heartbreak. The Baptist Sunday their class play, "Miss Jimmy" Monday

Il I j W. the tillage postman but wanting What was there to do what to say "You" don't know what you preparing a box of groceries, Thursday, December 16th. Next RIVERDorothy

ry you are invited to all these serv- luxury, she resolves to sin to the Guillio! who faced her, with need Guilio cried. "Were you ing and other useful week a list of the characters will NEW

iit. let I' Itudl Pal from hilt fluiire, :.Muddrleiiii. nothing but torment and ache in happy "at that bar on the waterfront send to the Baptist I be printed. Come out and see how Hupp Correspondent
t. ? Your life will be the
Oil the night of the his eyes? Anyone wishing to donate "Jimmy" Is Inlated Into the "Mask
e BAPTIST CHURCH same. And who will there be to
BETHEL wine Fcwta, Kudl propomNext -.*. He shattered the silence "How I please leave their packages and Bone" society Quite a large crowd attended a

i Rev L A. Uonnley, Pastor day, he MU>'", he will tell much did he pay you for that love? Who will love you?" home of Mrs. Mary I The members of our school faculty Thanksgiving dinner at the home
V. every first Sunday She stepped back, like an animal -] of Mr. and Mrs. Cheater Andrews.
Services Mnddelenu. !Suddenly ho".r ..,- kiss ?" She was shocked into utter President of the W. 1U.., here spent the holidays as
School. 2:30: ( p. m. at bay. "Who wants love?
1 Mrs. and
Sunday Joe Moreland children
they meet iulllo on the stillness. "How much did he they will be cared for and follows: Mrs. S. M. Baird and I
Study and Prayer Service I've never had It, I didn't ask for
't Bible and Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Barr of
mountain path and Ann! i iufnilil Is. pay you? ed. daughter, Miss Juanita McKenzie
livery Saturday night. It now. There's something else
J for he know her Mis. R. B. Johns and Mrs. Jo Jacksonville spent several/ days
"Herrrtund With u sudden pitying Instincther visited relatives at Winter Park:
though, something I've had all my last week with Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
r gt. :MitrkN Eplncopul Church IIIIH read the telegram/ hands, went out to him. Her life, something I thought I'd have Beyond, both of Jacksonville, Mi.sHes Mildred Morgan and An- Andrews.Mr. .

e Morning prayer and Sermon on uhlch Armada him sent toM heart was filled with dangerous to die to get rid 1 of. That's the guests of Mrs. Lettie nie Laura Elllston were the guestsof

I tie! second, and fourth Sundays at : + ddeli>mt'H friend the ('011- longing as the memory of that dayon Guilio. They tell me It's hunger as and children last Sunday. Miss Elusion's parents at Wil- Norman Wiggins, of ,.Tack

I 11 a. m. Holy Communion Saints terra It reseals her true Identity the mountain-top came back. strong as love. I tell It'si Mr. and Mrs J. D. liston; Mrs. Agnes Knqwles and 1 sonvlllc, was visiting here Thursday -

: I pays at 10 a. m. Litany and choir mind Oiillla has only to deliver "Guillio. don't look at me like stronger. Hunger not you only for !I were shopping in Gainesville Mrs. Muriel Norman were at their .

n [ practice every Friday night at 7:30: It to ruin her.Chapter I that," she Implored. "Guilto I can food but for all the things that : week. respective homes ut Green Cove Horace Overcash Cecil Black-

O m. make you understand. I can ex- Miss Ethel Stone and and Staike. welder and Bob Gray of :Monrsville,
p ocme with security
____ I II I Mrs. Clara Stone who have
e Nine' plain. Let me talk to you." North Carolina spent Friday and
Christian Church "Talk, Annl ? Talk ?" All her life she'd wanted things with friends and relatives In Mrs. Ed. Thomas and Edgar Saturday with Mr. and! :Mrs. W. B.Lazrnby. .
Services at the Christian Church she had seen and heard of and rondack N. Y. for the
I .
Guilio made a sweeping drunk '' VViikerson of Starke, and Mr. and
I every' Sunday morning and evening I en gesture. "The night in her "Gu II In, she burst out "Do you dreamed about things like (hose I months have returned to Mrs. J. B. Mills and children of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Sutherlandare
I and o'clock remember when I came to your lies she hud told him that He
I. it eleven respec- i bluest gown, the moon In his most little house?" day. home here. St Augustine were the Thanksgiving announcing the arrival of a
I lively.Kinssley. silver face. There are pearls on He nodded.) 'had known she was lying. Shtcouldn't I'I guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. boy on November 28th.
day I receivedthe believe them herself
: the grass where tomorrow there they HIGHLAND P. Lewis. Dorothy Sapp and Bonnie Turner
t Lake Baptist ChurchRev : I telegram for the Contessa. were too fantastic. Maybe sue/
Ivan Bohannan, Pastor will! be dew" He bowed and said Her heart dropped.! Was that would never have all of then, Mint :M. K. Crews (' ."' We are sorry to report that lit- were visiting In Lake Butler Sat-

Ironically. "And there is Signer- the he remembered her? tle Charles Bentley Kelley small urday afternoon.
services fourth way maybe she'd never have of
Preaching every ina here to blind them all with her I any son of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Audrey Phillips was visiting In
I Sunday. 10:30: o'clock A. M.Ronewood When he thought of that day he them. But she had a taste And J. K. Marr of Jacksonville, Kelley Gainesville
t light. thought of the telegram. And now there WitS a chance for more. ited relatives here Sunday.F. Is nil at this writing. We all wish Sunday.
J. R. Mott of
Baptist Church Rudllaughed goodnaturedly. After -I suddenly, a searing thought came And she was going to take it. M. McCormick, of him a speedy recovery. business. visitor here Monday.Mr. was. a

Rev, L. O. Hemingway Pastor all, this was Festa night. "Won to her Maybe Guilio! didn't love He looked at her helplessly."But visited his grandfather, F. Mr and Mrs. Fred Flume and and Mrs. Purvis Mott of

Services every Sunday. Bible derful, Guillio. I've never heard her. Perhaps he was simply re- you belong here Annl. Everything -I Crews, here Saturday. daughter Clara of Starke and Mr\ Starke, spent Thursday with Jo;. A. ,
Mrs. Debbie Williams, of and Mrs.\ R. W Mills and childrenof ,
(study 10:15: a. m. Services at 3:30: _.. -- -- that you love In the : Sapp and family
|o'clock in afternoon. : '4ry ,. world Is here. The trees and the sonville visited relatives here Jacksonville were Sunday We lire sorry to lose Mr. and

< water and the wind. The wind week-end. guests of Mrs. Carey Ingram.Mrs. Mrs Ira Merritt und children who

Lnur: BAPTIST CHURCH; comes a long way to see you. You R. L. Crews, of Starke, Agnes Knowles and Mrs. have moved to Lake City.

The lie'. G. E. Cutfthatv, Punt or ., should be here to greet it in the visitor here Thursday. Mortal Norman were the guests of -_._-.---

Sunday School 9:43: a. m. H. B. ,," moiuing." He took a step toward Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mrs. Lovlo Hill of Luwtey Tuesday ('..\ltU OF THANKS="

(Arwood, Supt. 4c her "I shall see to It that you Jr., and Miss Pattie night We wish to express our sincere

Morning'orship, 11 a. m. are." Nichols spent the week-end Charles Hardy and family of appreciation thanks to our

B. Y P U. meets at 6:45: p. m. .n "We're leaving tomorrow night, with Mrs. H. C, Wlmberley, Santae have recently moved to many friends and to Di M. B. Her-

E1 emng Worship 7:30: p. m.Yldw..ek Rudi and I." Mr and Mrs. James Brooker.. He Is operating a grocery long for their kindness and sympathy -

Prayer Service Wednesday t a "I won't lit you marry him, Hawthorn were guests of fo' business recently owned by L. and for the beautiful flowers -
3i r t Crews and family here I. Parker. We wish them much ,
| '! 7:39: p. m. y Anni. given by our friends dining our

ChoirPractice Friday, 7:30: p. m. I k4I kd "You can t slop me" she flared M. Carter was a visitor happiness nnd success In this venture recent bereavement
( '< Stai"ke Monday. ,
"There's nothing you can do." I -Mrs. Inez Kelley mind Family.
I Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Van Miss Vera
Gainey spent Sunday
"I can deliver that telegram.
j were week-end guests of as the guest of Mrs. Mary Brown J\ '"' l'F:
BOB JONES I Her voice rose hysterically Van Znnt's grandfather, F. N"ll<'e IM lfi..*liv Klvt'tt to \\ hn... It
"You'll get into trouble I'll re-1 family and L. Coleman' wele visit- "' ivitii.*pm, 'that I havi flit*.! mynal
Crews. 1"1'' lleioft: | MM iit'HLii"ry l KIMMIlortli ;
I I poit you 1'1tell\ them you should Mrs. Elsa Thomas and ing the bedside of U. L. Green Frl- "r !Natal: '. 11 July' ..IIIIrMw.d'e'u.'d uI
Comments On Here have delivered it clays ago. Thinkof I d'' afternoon. :i : ; ,,Ii,: :'II jl I"I"I" lha lilt day of /
Frances Starling of Maxville ty 1"1'1, ,\. I I'. In1. aapiy to the
And Hereafter \ your family your disgrace guests> of Mrs Kffle: Carter Remember services at Boutdraln Ilunurnble I I 14.: i.1 "..ra'yUI"n. ('"...niY
Hi mile uu strange and You'll lose your Job. I I school house at .'".IIt".r 11o'.IIUo.II'"unlv. cur F'InotIli.ehat .
Sunday morning
Monday. xe tin Haiti F;vouoi'.
v tender ai I If h' were faraway lie caught her up and laughed eleven o'clock.
Everybody wel- I'litrvncu I'es'ton A''WItI1L'ilh..y ,
Mrs TiutUhe! Mae
have spent the lust thirty days and yet closer to her sxultantly. "I've never been hungry come. aM '\ Executor: ,
I In a first-class New York hotel. than her own heart. My love for you Is stronger ;i Jacksonville, was a visitor and'I.!

I Of course, I do not smoke, but my .&.. 3s 2. than anything In my life so fur." Saturday.
WI.! \v. C. Hardee Is spending
I clothes are saturated with tobacco "Then If you love me, Guilio,"
week at Culahun with his
smoke. I came up in a crowded she implored PULP WOOD & STUMPAGEKRAFT
I you Say that much before In a sentful because she hud chosen a I Mrs. Oscar Van Zant.
elevator a few moments A
ago. He shook his head and drew her
who aristocrat Instead
was an -
week. I M. L. Crews and J. K.
I great big selfish man was puffing even closer into the circle of his
I i "I have been known to ay less, of a peasant. Perhaps it of the State Farm were
his stifling cigarette smoke in the I aims. "It's stronger even than )
Signer und I have been known to was just his pride that was touched. here Saturday
I face of every one. I seemed to be I more." "The telegram ? You think you Anni. Stronger: even than both I .. CORPORATION OF
say -- ----
the who noticed what he of j
only one us
I Anni's voice quivered with of it?
vas doing. I suppose most of the sup-I "Guilio. Then what are you go. BOOTSEY'S / AMERICA
pressed nngulsh. "I think "Constantly. In a way to make
others, and possibly nil of them I ing to do?" MN: Erne Crawford: Cor.Mr.
said just about enough. Shall me sing without knowing and
were smokers. It Is impossible to His smile was strange and ten
I go now Rudi ?" laugh for no reason." He stopp..llabl'uptly. and Mrs. VVCirield !
eat in of hotelor der If he far fur and
a dining room any us were away TIMKKIt: DKrAKTMK.NT
"Of course, I "It's unimportant." "
of Lawtey, spent Sunday here
restaurant without having ev-t yet closer" to her than her ownheartbeat. j
try five seconds a big "puff" blow- I' Ent Guilio put out a detaining Her eyes were bright with unshed "At this moment mini her, sister, Mrs. M. L. 1.ItSs.us.'UJlCII).\.
hand. "A moment please. This leais. Then U: was. love that James Reddish of Lawtey,
Ing In my face. The writer Is not there Is nothing to do. Later
I a fanatic about thing. He has being the night,, of the Festa I ask his harshness cloaked. "Guilio, well tomoirow Is another day" Monday night here with .. .
any I she began in an of confession -
Signor to dance agony Rosier
had the experience of travel and your permission: He bent and his mouth closed
his business as well as education I once with the Signorina." "I came to your house that over hers. Her senses were all Mrs. Sallie Blackwelder UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO.

sad religious relations have "Certainly not," Annl! said quickly. day because of that telegram. I one consuming fire. Finally, weak ed home here Sunday after t

brought him in planned I didn't know exactlyhow !and shaken she tore from his arms ing the past two weeks L. C. MrCAIw:. President, JurknontHie, Flu.
contact with
many IIughed.Vhy not be geneious to steal it, to hide it. I had the bedside. of her daughter 1.
types of people. I know some I Rudy and sped away from him down the
good people who smoke. I am on such a night when It had to keep It from the Contessa." And little path Bessie MacNeal of Industrial Life Insurance
him the Anne ? yet I was afraid l to come. Springs.Mrs. .
lure there are men who trust brought gorgeous U. L. SAI'P: Keprem-ntutUe!
"Why? J. L. Gasklns of
Jesus "It's the one night In the year, darling -
as a personal Savior when we forget about-well. Her heart seemed to stand still. (Anul'n fate lien with GulUo. section, spent last Sunday
heaven someday will get to Gullllo'a a harmless sort I'd trust "Because for a long time I had Whether hI' love her too muchor with Mrs. R. N. Crawford.

Cod, and by the grace of a troubled'good '' him with you anywhere." felt that I loved you." She had too little to let her marry Mrs. Sonny Griffin of KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOMEMRS.

they have no Guillio bowed with drunken dig- never loved before like that, way Rudi, she doe not know. spent Sunday here with her .

conscience when they take a good nity. "I have never been knownto inside of her and it had frightened Don't mini next werka'n thrilling ter, Mrs. M. L. Thompson.Mr. L. C.: l\1l'(.AD..., Lady Attendant

moke.lonal Of course, it Is my per- damage the wing of a fly." her and made her angry. It { Installment.) and Mrs. Bartley Johns JACKHONVIIXK.! FLA. AUGUSTiNE! Fl*'.
opinion that Christian
should no "You re drunk," Anni! said frightened her now, but she no family spent the week-end 45 \\'. 'burcb-Phoae 0-1538 80 HI.! use tobacco In any form. longer hated him for It as she had --. his brother and sister-in-law,

e sharply"Signor Pal says that sober I that day."I FLA. STATE FARM and Mrs E. C. Johns of

"Haven't women as much right am harmless. Drunk I must be thought so too." he said slow Mrs. Bryan W bitfield. Cor.; Mr. and Mm. C. E.

w smoke as men?" That la what pitiful." ly. "But tonight, I know only that spent the week-end in Woi .

People are asking. If you are ask She shrugged resignedly. As the telegram was not delivered." Miss Merlowyn McCormick of ton Springs visiting friends IT BELONGS

ing me, I answer an emphatic, Rudi started away he said to her "You think everything I said Tampa Is the guest of Mr. and relatives.

'N:- !" I have often said "God did tenderly, "I shall have to bowl ind did that day was for a pur- Mis. Marion Crews. Gertrude Gasklns of if

|the not> make men and women out of with the Contessa. buy dolls with pose." Mir and Mrs. J. H. Moncrief and section spent the week-end IN YOUR ICE-BOX f '

same nerve material. Women Madelena and take the Admiral "It must have been. I know little daughter have returned to with Marjorie Thompson rAT !

an made of finer clay. Alcoholand knee turn blue. I what was In the telegram, their home here after spending .
home when his '
nicotine affect the nerves of But I'll find you darling." Was there no way to reach him? their vacation with relatives inChattahooch I BOATDRAIN- HOME !J. :
women In a don't affect ,
men" way they Annl nodded. Then with a To penetrate the barrier? "But I.. )11'1I. Z. Z. Griffin, {'. "
I am talking not as a love you now, Gulllo." I Mr. and Mrs. Martin Griner and tJ

nentist, but al a man who has tmoke. It costs money to use to- It wan like a match to tinder. Mrs. Ida GHner were Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. Jim Austin

Wserved. I often see Women bacco. The money burned up In "Be as cheap as you like," he guests of relatives in Melrose. daughter of Lawtey, were J f'

blowing tobacco smoke In the faces tobacco smoke in a year would burst out "but not about that any During the last week H. B. Mr. and Mrs. Zenas Griffia r i

of their own bafrloa. Mother; evangelize the. world. It would more. It's not our love now, or Rlcardt spent several days In day t

hear me.' You can't get away supply ,all the bread needed to yours. It... only mine. So leaveIt South Alabama. While he was Cleo Hickey, of Palatka, : #

WIth> that. The women of the feed the hungry throngs of the to me." away Mrs. Richarde was the guest visiting friends In this section &

beep modern world even with all the world. If tobacco M not good for I At that, she rose and stood before of hen mot bell. Mr.. J. H. Ritch In Thursday. ht

teem modern science la giving football players, it stands to reason I him. Her face wall radiant. Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. and'Mrs. Marvin

cannot live up to the rapid that It hurts physically all "Then hear this I love you this and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier attended Pili atka, were visiting
that they have set for them- jvho use it. If It is bad for young minute, more than I did that day." the Rhoden-St. John wed. this section Thursday

'tlve who A very jweet girl friend people, then old people should set "Ann! --. please." ding in Jacksonville Friday eve J. L. Silcox. of Starke wall

la is in finding school here young people a good example by "And ai time goes on. I shall ning. iting Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. 4

me New York told Mrs. Jones and lot using It. "If eating meat probably love you even more than Club Meet Sunday c c

other lout night' that she and three nakea my brother to offend, then now." Yes, here was the solemn The Woman's Club met In regular Mr. and Mrs. Arch Prevatt /93f

her girls are the only ones In I will eat no more meat." That wracking truth at last. There session in the club rooms children and C. A. Griffis

the school who do not smoke. jvas Paul's position "If my smoking would never be an hour of her future -I Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Ri visiting Mr. and Mrs. D.

oldest girl in school is only might cause a brother to stum- when she wouldn't think of charde the president In the chair. Jacksonville Monday.

ton he t"fn. All of the girls happen bla I will not smoke." That IeEI him need him. But Guilio didn't ,, Following the business meeting a Ruth Morrell was visiting

from the South. As an 0..... l confident would be what the know he couldn t, what It wan to Thanksgiving!! program was rendered tives In Lake Butler Sunday.
time lev-cold Coca-Cola 1 la ready for
orthodox country American apostle would say if he were lIv- have a driving fiend inside you Mrs. Geiger and Mrs. Sanford Mr. and Mrs. D. Roree and

mllltic l'hristian. I naturally take a pes- 'ng today and you asked him for that told you to get someplace !In I Ritch rend appropriate poems and I I dren were' visiting Mr. und you any tima you want it, wh.a you

mY view about the future of 'ils opinion on) the tobacco ques- the world to snatch luxury and security I. Mrs. Bouvier an interesting article Zena.i Griffls Thursday, k.*p a supply in your family
country and the world. Mon. Millions of dollars are In the for yourself.He by Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt and Mrs. Ralph Gainey and

S tobacco business. A great advertising faced her bewilderedly' 'ButIf Lee Poynter gave: two piano selections. I of Bethel, were visiting In this refrigerator. Order by thu toss t

"c an a man or woman live a campaign Is on. Make more you love me, how what ?" Mrs. Fancher and Mrs. tion Sunday ((24 bottles) from your dealer.STAKKE .

Christian life i and use tobacco?" noney! That is what the stock- "Guilio" she slid desperately Wiggins were hostesses for the afternoon j Mrs.\ Lizzie Lee and chlllren. \

a o man' Inquired. "A Christian :hoMers want. Money Is the god of "I'm going to marry Rudi Pal. I and served delicious cakes Bethel were visiting her son, .

I uRht not> to smoke I answered. :our modern woild. If yu Christians love you. That's what I feel. I and coffee. vey Gclney, Sunday.

know most smokers endeavor to are going to use tobacco, can't help that. But the o'her's Lee Poynter returned to the C. ,J Callle Herring of Starke, COCACOLAnOTTLIMJ
de! nd C. at Sebring after visiting visiting Mae Pie vat t. \\'
la I their pet habit, but there then let me make just one suggestion what I want. camp : e
110) defense. I could give many : DON'T DEFEND YOUR "But you can't want It." Sir and Mrs. L. O. Sheffield for afternoon. i COMPANY1" ;

re a.onll"h)' It U better not toW -IABIT. "Why not?" she demanded fight: several days. I Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Bowers I tF




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SEWING ROOMAPPROVED ----J 1VOODLAWN Townsend Notice Plant City Berries the treasurer ]Mrs! L S
Bradford County Telegraph It Is expected that the first reeferof pay their dues to he Utto' I
airs Oscar Carter 'or. Ernest Thornqueat. secretary of attars
strawberries! will be shipped out urday as the report, M,
Established 1S77 BUDGET BUREAU OKEYS Mr and Mrs. Luther Hilllard. of the local Townsend club this week of Plant City today. The season In aJ that time """*"* a",]
Bald who don't attend our U somewhat late this in that
BRADFORD WOMEN'SPROJECT Jacksonville Thanksgivingwith : "People year *
'I tea MElV\.BEr *= section, It the second
being timeIn
TFLORIDAPRESS their parents C L. Hilllard meetings don't realize what they Cotton Is cultivai I,
ASSOCIATION \ and Steve Starling. ate missing. Special! music and ten years that shipments have States of the Union fist-
Approval of the project for continuing not started In November. .
\J the sewing rooms In Brad- Miss Edna Johns, of Jackson- live speaking is enjoyed. Attendour ..- --+ -- --- .
,tcvand lauds ford County has received the approval ville, spent the weekend with her next meeting Monday night, Notice The BuluchlUwl'IlI1I"I ,

of the Budget Bureau in father, Rlley"Johnll. Dec. 6, at 7:30: o'clock and Bee for AH members of the Woodmen I[gest mammol, Kn, \.t, '"
Washington'\ and will probably receive Howard Norman and Milton ence, lived about :,: ,
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class the O K. of the presidentsoon Dunn were visiting Virgie and Ed- yourselves" Circle are urgently requested by I 1 I ago. ''JOl ye

,If Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida according! to a telegram received na Harris of Dukes Station, Sat

lit from Congressman R. A. urday night.. -
a 1 E. L. Matthews. .,___._____ .__________I Editor and Owner "Lex" Green. Mrs. Maggie Browning of Ra 1- -
ford Is visiting her daughter, Mrs
-- sewing room project In this
1 -- SUBSCRIPTION RATE county, employing ninety women, Leaman Norman. FREE BELIt'IR1:
s. R.
t t Mr, and Mrs J. H. Dunn, of)
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months c-Pa'able: in Advance and being divided into five units o nsHONE
Jacksonville, spent Thanksgivingwith
two in Starke, and one each in
'4t Advertising Rates on Application
; Hampton Lawtey and Graham Is her uncle and aunt Mr. and
-- Mrs. J. S. Norman.
just expiring and! the Informationcame
in r i; HE INTERESTING: LESS CORRECT as a result of an application Mrs. Oscar Carter was visitingMrs.

?,' We have very little patience with anyone who is paying for extension of the project for Sponholtz and Mrs. Jim. 45NE.tli
t r Wainwright Sunday afternoon.Mrs. & Son
another eight months. If continued -
attention to the real thought while the President of .
1, : ,, so it will expire again the last of Sponholtz is recovering froma S
1 it the United States is delivering an important message that June, according to Miss Ruth severe recent Illness. TILE ,
K A, ,
1. nF '
; qI v* they are able to say, when the speech is concluded, whether Johnson, county supervisor ofwomen's Mrs. Othma Norman spent .IUI
Thanksgiving with her parents,
projects.The .
',' or not he has split an infinitive Qr given just the proper shading Mr. and Mrs.'' Lee Johns. =:

{ to broad "a." For this reason all the furor over the fact congressman's telegram Mr. trod Lester
4; : a lead us follows: "Have conferred Mrsi! Sponholtz
y' that a lady 1 professor of Columbia University has accused with WPA officials and have been spent Sunday with her grandparents NORTHERN BEANS lb. ScKUILiNG
Mr and Mrs. J. M. Norman.
tI '1; President Roosevelt of using bad English seems' much less important advised that Budget Bureau has
given approval to state project No. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and
than the proverbial tempest in a teapot. 20323: for the operation of a sewing children and Rev.. and Mrs. G. E.

; I'.oake Carter of the radio and the newspaper columns, room In the county of Bradford. Cutshaw of Lawtey were visiting
|JA Mr. and Mrs: JV 1 s.: Norman Sun- I MEAL 10 lb.
minister to Holland, and ..JrfisA
one-time ttottb'lt
I, from Henry van Dyke, prior to December 1. Lex G1"I en." Wjillips" iUxvllte
4 t acknowledged as one of the greatest users of good English in 0 and "Mrs1:J.1\1in\ >1p>ft.were visitingMrs. -

+ contemporary American history. This is what he had to say PINE LEVEL J.. ..Szorhtaq' Sunday! after- 23c I tVHOLE (i1L IN
noon. ..
r = 'a + about speech : Mr.*. II. M !Mrllur. Correspondenti i !\Iocalt'y-N orman GRITS 10 lb. fi RICE 51h.
V : Mr. and Mty"*J. M. Norman 18cGC'AR.tNTEED
lt: "Very careful, prudent and precise persons are seldom Mr, and Mrs. B. M. McRae and an- .
the of
nounce their
r marriage --- -
entertaining in familiar speech. They are like tennis children spent Sunday with Mr.and .
daughter Carrie Belle, to Sinclair IIANKLESS
Mrs. Willis at
F i t players in too fine clothes. They think more of their costume City.J. Dyal Sampson Moslcy on Saturday, November .

r rgp'j ? than of the game. R. Hall of Jacksonville spent I near 14th. Lawtey.They will. make their home FLOUR 24 lb. 75t PICNIC HAMS lb. 23c

;; ;r "A mania for absolutely correct pronunciation is fatal. the week-end here with his family. !ponhol! I z-X orman

a' 41 The people who are afflicted with this painful ailment Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Reynoldsand Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Norman of FRESH PORK ROUND
of Miami,
son Billy were recent -
p r ?) are as anxious about their utterances as dyspeptics about visitors at :Mr. and Mrs. H. Webster announce the marriage of
their daughter, Leola to LesterM.
a;, 1 their diet. M. McRae's. Sponholtz of Gainesville on SAUSAGE lb. 25c I STEAK lb. 17

Mrs. Audrey Newman, of Jack- Sunday, December 26, 1937.
I "They move through their sentences as delicately as
sonville, spent the week-end here .
t Agag walked. Their little airs of nicety their starched and In Gum Branch section with

: :j cadences and frilled phrases seem as if they had just home>lks. January Enrollment SWIFTS
,1 State Welfare District Number JEWEL LARD 2 Ibs.gc\ i
1 ar been taken out of a literary band-box. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and Five of which Bradford County is
Newman, of Gum _
Harley Branch,
a part, will enroll 272
..f "If perchance you happen to misplace an accent, you spent Wednesday with Mr. and for the Civilian Conservation young men .

;q 1.1 shall see their eyebrows curl up like an interrogation Mrs. H. M. McRae. Corps in January if estimates TUXEDO FEEDS

t mark and they will ask you what authority you have for Mrs. Arnie Browning spent Sat- submitted to Washington by the :

S c i; that pronunciation. As if, frosooth, a man could not urday night and Sunday at the State Welfare, Board are accepted.BUS QUALITY AT LOW COST '

;t$ talk without book license! As if he must have a permit bedside Is ill of at Mrs.her Willard home at Browningwho Sampson SCHEDULE We Have a Complete Line Of. Feeds For All Purposes :

f from some dusty lexicon before he can take a good word City. Southbound ,
No. 203 Due SiaiKe 5:15
t ''s r l'', into his mouth and speak it out like the people with Mrs. O. J. Jackson and little : p.m

; t whom he has lived! son week Ronald with Mr., arc and spending Mrs G. this W. No.No. 203 207-Due-Due Starke Starke 12:15 11:45:: p.m p.m MIsH $2.45 YELLOW CORN $$1.75 :

that the who is not No. 201-Due Starke 10:20: a.m
"The truth is man very particular Boan ut Sampson.C. .
NorthboundNo. ('INCY :
S+ to commit himself in pronunciation or otherwise, and M. Phillips G. W. Boan Miss 202-Due Star-ke 1.50: p.m .. '

I talks as if his remarks were being taken down in shorthand Verna Phillips and Mrs. H. M. Mc No. 204-Due Starke 4:15: p.m. SCRATCH $2.10
Rae visited the bedside of Mrs. W. MEAL
ii : and shudders at the thought of making a mistake, E. Hall Sunday afternoon. No.No. 206-Due 208-Due Starke Starke 9:15 3:35:: p.m.a.m $$1.50'

will hardly be able to heart, or let out the best
open your Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Stephens and No. 214-Due Starke 8:05 a.m. U PERCENT ,
Sr If;! .: that is in his own. children of Perry, were visiting Starke Bus Agent: Beasley
I H Mr and Mrs. H. M. McRae Thurs Service Station, opposite court DAIRY FEED
"Reserveand precision are a great protection to overrated day afternoon.J. house. $2.10 BRAN $1,70I;
q reputations; but they are death to talk. L. Underhill, of Sampson City, I
"In talk it is not corrections of grammar nor elegance was a dinner guest of H. M. Mc 1'K.UX'S: <"lItnULEOur

t of enunciation that charms us; it is spirit'en'e, the sud- Rae Sunday.Mr. and trains schedule will run changes as follows.Southbounu April. 25th APPLES 10 Ibs. 25c :

: den turn of humor, the keen pungent taste of life. For and Mrs. J. L. Connor, of
Rising were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
l this reason, a touch of dialect, a flavor of brogue, is de II. M. McRae No.1-Due Staike 11:31: P.M
x Sunday
No. 15-Due Staike 4-57 P.M 1
:. j1 j lightful."A Remember services at Pine Level No. 107-Due Starke: 0:18: A..... WE PAY 3c BELOW JAX MARKET PRICES FOR EGGS ;

t'' brogue is not a fault. It is a beauty, an heirloom, church-._this_ week-end---._ No. 191-.Due Starke 10:39: P.M i
-- -- -- 1
''f t a distinction. A local accent is like a landed inheritance ; EVEKGHEENAirs. NorthboundNo. -- ,
2-Due Starke 5:00: A.M.
it marks a man's place in the world tells where he I'. A. Honker Correspondent No. 16-Due Starke 11:24: A.M

i comes from. Of course, it is possible to have too much No. 108-Due Starke 5:00 P.M m LOIN IUA- 'HIGILIGIT.1 I..A! NNrm-1il/'pMl/, :
!\fl''. and Mrs. Bob Nash and Starke and'Wunnee BranchNo 1M ,
of it. A man does not need to carry the soil of his whole

t r farm around with him on his boots. daughter hem Peele and, of Mr. and Mrs. Cheat- No. 101-Leaves!' Starke 7:00: A. AJ ,...-.. ..1( 5-..- .\__:." ,.....,,-.. -r. -... ..- ,. .._ ..,--'_.*."-,.... ...,.- -. ,.." j
102 r.T'c.
Jacksonville Arrives .. r "
were Starke 1:50: 1' ,6.1 i ;V...':, ,::<--::.*!;.w1Y: ; J 'i.'f.1 ....,rl;. '.. ( ." _\. :...:;n. .-." ";.,.J.-: ':.1.-,...... :'4r''._-y h+': """ +
"But, within limits the accent of a native region is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier Daily except Sunday :: ;; J.5.,''' 4.;;n+'I to J5.;; .''Y::.: : r. :(;!::::.::Wi':1.. : ;, .:z--r ..".JiI.......__.wuy '. .'
: '
", .r ,. '' .:.: :: delightful. 'Tis the flavor of heather in the the Sunday. T. J. GRIKP IN : : 1o. : "" "" ...I...:>:'.." ..: I
grouse .. : '
Mi. and Mrs. W.S. ....... ..... .-'f.--.r..:.'Joof ::-.:...- ..... ..' ,
> .
Armstrong H'i : ; 't{" ... '
taste of wild herbs
I and evergreen buds in the venison. Thanksgiving here with B. E. "",'''':!'i' ';.''.''
and children, of Dover and Mrs. A. 1 .0". .. ,.;. ..h. .}!.; ?!': :. I
I "I like the maple-sugar tang of the Vermonter's sharp- E Thompson and children spent Rosier and mother. t ,-. :: *f J."."r "'M#*,_. ,'*1 *"f-4i :'!o"\y.| ,'( Mr. and Mrs (
edged speech the round full-waisted r's of Thanksgiving here with Phillip r"r"L :'.. :
f' ; Pennsylvania Mr and and children, of Jacksonville, spent LA GS ? '..';'.
.. and Ohio; the soft, indolent vowels of the South." Mrs. R. S. Rosier. Thanksgiving\ '. err.
Mr V' '
and Mrs. .. r L !!.: ..
Miss Louise ..... '''OIlIIJAs" Esr ..' .
Rosier spent Friday Russell Redding, .
t We do not believe that Mr. van Dyke means to encour- .\f
night and Saturday in Madison Mr. and Mrs.. J. D. 0' THE DEAD lt,
Sapp announce -
age the use of bad grammar, but rather that he means to with her uncle and aunt, Mr, and the birth of a daughter, t ./ ., ., 11.1.,
1 .;put in their place once and for all, those pedants and over- Mrs. W. O. Ralnea. Joe Ella, born Friday, Nov. 19. .
_ exact 'quibblers who live in mortal fear of ending a sentence Mr. and Mrs. Roy Saunders and Mrs. Sapp. prior to her marriage A 1 rr
children of Jacksonville spent was Mias Bessie Thomas.
with a perfectly harmless preposition.So .

take- heart all ye who are fairly well educated but SMITING THE ENEMY ,

who make an occasional slip from grammatical grate for the ,

,t sake of brevity or from sheer carelessness. Contrary to popular II I

) belief the world will not crash about your ears if you NlAITN

slip Into a double negative, and your speech will be much

more pleasing than the strained construction ,of the pre- .
_ cisionist. ;

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plea from Tallahassee for motorists to. buy their

I tags early this year was echoed at the Rotary Club Wednesday '7k ROC'.GATGIZ/( ;

I I by.J. II. Benson W. P. Smith and other speakers. The :
trend of their reasoning was that tags must be purchased ..
/ ?;j 11 eventually, so why not now? when they will go a long way I w ;. ;-.

r ;Ih ''I toward helping teachers get their regular pay in December. .: : :.;:;. STRANGE 1
h It is to everyone's interest to see that this is carried out. .. "" .. ..' DEN/ZGN I
!i Merchants, and almost everyone else in business will sharein _..' "'.' .,..-. .:"- or THE r
I ; '
.. !
salaries) distributed at this time of If do r ; ';- DE&, t
year. you can ., .. '....... /
i a i by buying ..... ... I
+ your part your tag early-why put it off until the .. .. I
last minute? .' .:;..' \* ju t ;
n .-....+


J Another year has rolled around and it i is again time to located about 55: miles southwest of thcrrbi "'n'.; I
that borders the Chipola, I
I buy Christmas Seals to aid in the great world-wide fight Tallahassee, i H to be found one of the the great forest of cypress b'>, ',* I') (h:| I

t t'' against' t tuberculosis. Proceeds from the sale of seals! make aliai'.ffejt forest of:; dead sights trees in Florida. It is a mighty and giving it the name of Deal} 1.111,1'3.'
,' possible! diagnostic clinics, nursing service, organized medical.. standing. ; gaunt and ,bare above of a them.vast Found along the Florida, : Kev are "19"t.1 r

service, and health education in schools and stretch of \vlncli, w :
F, communities. V, waters known as the DEAN strange creatures among tit '* ,
k F; t Christmas Seals have been sold in this country for thirty-one LJ.I,.E.:3.: The gradual silting of the mouth ROCK EATER an expert 1\>"' :\n\ ;
11 ; It is estimated that ._ of the Chipola river by the muddy limcsi nc: roC
year! during this time 3,500,000 lives -=- Apalachicola bores deeply into solid

I, have been saved by the use of funds: derived from this source. ----= accounts at for the this junction of the two rivers This peculiar mollusk is shaved chestnut: like'pea ;

i t Buy seals! to help save a life. ""., ;W c =-:- The... obstruction has graveyard led in time of nature.to the terior.pod It and attains has aa length smooth of about\ l
wrftnur;.tur nt th.. law
ewamnv: territory i hQ.TAGE .
+ J

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