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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 2, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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NEW i \ TAGS RED CROSS THAT MAN IS -P;1"ERE AGAIN / TO VOTE HUNTERS BUY 1 :



NOW ON SALE; NEARS GOAL I \ 1 C 1tfJI ON TOBACCO MORE LICENSES It ;' :



TO AIDSCHOOLS OF 200 I _, ...... _' ;f j

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Knight; Says Many Largest Enrollment Here ------- 'I fri' .. i!' ? u___ '.1.i i ',

Ask For Special Since World WarTimes !Growers Urged To Go Number Sold Already ,i''

NumbersThe To the Polls On Exceeds Entire ,:I
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Dec. 10 1937 Season'I ,

flashy new 1939 automobile Returns from the State Farm "
license tags went on sale yester- and Hampton this week brought Bradford County farmers who Bradford Countlans have paid .
ogy In the office of County Tax total enrollment in the annual Red grew flue-cured<<1 tobacco In 1938 780.25: for hunting licenses thus j,;'
Collector C A Knight. The color Cross Roll Call drive In Bradford will vote at Starke and Brooker far this season County Judge E. .
combination of red numerals on a County to 196 membershipsthelargest next Saturday. December 10, in a K. Perryman said yesterday. To .
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white background makes them since World War days. I referendum election to decide date he has issued 101 state licenses ."'
highly legible but leads to a prediction -I Although the enrollment just whether or not government quotas at $5 50 and 172 county licenses '
that "they will soon get closed showed a good Improvementover :" 'c1m! t.a5rs d PPINtSt NiD VUN 0 'OU SU.t provided by the Agricultural Adjustment at $1.25. "f''1''
dirty." Deadline for the purchase last year. when 162 memberships Administration's control The number so far this season 'II!

of Dew tags la January 13. were recorded it only exceeded I .program__ ..._ will" U be_ placed n In effect 277, exceeds by 54 the total number '
It was stated at the tax collector by three the total number 'ur trie urotf aenaun. I Issued during the entire sea ,; .
'a office that it Is surprising: enrolled here In 1936. Elmo Struth, I Champ Brick Layer County Agent T. K. McClane, son last year. :Judge Perryman ex- ..'.. I
how many people request that tags chairman of the drive, is making FARMERSTO COLD ENDS Jr., urges all growers to turn out pccts the total to reach 300 before ti 1
with ceitaln numbers be saved for every effort to bring this year's and vote their convictions on this the season cloee.A. i.., ;, :
then. Some want tags Identical total to 200 and he believes that MEET highly Important question. Around. A. Durden. conservation officer :.;
with their telephone pr post office there are at least four people who UNUSUALLYWARM 120 farmers will be eligible to vote I for this area, this week ex- ;; "
box' numbers and there is usually might have been missed during the te '' ' '.' ci,4 In this county, he said. "Before pressed his appreciation for the I "
a scramble for the low numerals campaign and who still want to AT COURTHOUSE I| the election date each, tobacco fine cooperation that sportsmen C
Sherirr A. O. Andreu has hud No. join the Red Cross. "If we missed f4< IL l MONTH | grower will receive preliminary no- are giving him In the matter of 4 f .
13 since entering office several I seeing you during the drive, please tire of his 1939 acreage allotment\ game law enforcement He reminds I, 1 '
years ago mail your dollar to me so that we I and marketing quota," the agent the public that hunters must >.i.{
schools Nw !Money may reach our goal of 200 which Tobacco and Cotton Programs Most' Growers Welcome aittd "It the program Is approved, I obtain licenses when they reach "
Half n million of the plates have la almost within reach." Mr. Struth Discussed This these me the quotas that will be the age of fifteen years, and must '.
been distributed throughout the I said. Early Set-Hack I In effect In 1939. Generally speaking continue to have them until sixty- J t
state and officials lire expecting ''I Mrs P D. Fancber chairmanof Morning To Berries there will be n slight Increase five years old ,;
an increase in revenues over this the drive at the State Farm. for most small\ growers, and a "A county license cost you only
year when nearly 450.000 broughta reported sixty-four memberships An "educational meeting for i i -- i I slight decrease for those whose $1.25, but It might cost you ten ...
revenue of more than $6,000,000 I there showing unusually good tobacco and cotton growers will be I Temperatures: as low as 25 During 1937, the revenue was work on her part. Mr. Struth expressed held In the court house this morn- 'ees were registered here Tuesday I II I I The program will be approved if hunting without one" Mr. Durden ,
only about $4,000,000 although himself as being very Ing (Friday) at 10 o'clock, I I moi'ning In the first real cold of|II j I I two-third or more of farmers pnr- said .1

about the same number of tags j pleased with the State Farm re- fw_ -Ao.ntr- ---- .. n.\f, _.fl'"I..n._____n_.' _.1r.coun-I., ..- I I the winter season. November had I||: tlclpiitlng in the election vole in ______6___ "It"T : ,
I turns. I seemed like a summer month up I its favor. Every farmer who 1 '
were\ sold Officials said the revenue nounced yesterday I grew
Increase was due to sale of Hampton also, where ]1,1. W.,. A representative of the Agricultural -, .4 I until the last of the week whena flue-cuied tobacco In 1938 will\ be '
sudden drop brought freezing I eligible to cast one GIFT ITEMS J$
more expensive tags for heavier Morrow was chairman, showed a Adjustment Administrationwill vote In the
units Rates were not Increased. marked increase in memberships be present to explain the 1939 I temperature to almost every section referendum. Bradford growers
Revenue from the sale of tags, this year.. tobacco program and there will --. of FloridaHeavy may vote either at Starke or at APPEAR I ':
less a collection expense deductionof The Starke school and the Law- also be a short discussion of the SPRINGFIELD, 111.-A world's frosts this week damaged Brooker whichever is most, convenient ,
not more than six percent goes tey school were enrolled\ as 100% cotton program. Speakers will explain -I record, thus far undisputed Is the bloom on strawberry plants for them.
toward support of public schoolsand on the basis of SOc for each room. to growers how marketing .claimed by Roy Swinford, 44-year- : but many growers welcome a cold Polls\ will be open from 9 a. m IN STORES it' .
-- this year, again the schools --..... I Ir quotas are arrived at and how the old WPA worker, who lays about spell at this stage of the game to 5 p. m. and three local farmers ,
are badly In need of money. 1938 quotas were figured.Mr. 45,000 bricks daily on street projects because It holds back productionhere will act as Inspectors at each voting I'' ,
Education department officials Letters McClane stressed the Importance in Springfield. So fast does until the South Florida crop place.If Chrislmas-sh '
have predicted they will be unable I of this meeting, especial. he work that 16 men are kept busy ha. been marketed and is out of the program la approved not 0 p pin g il
to meet the state's December allotment To ly for those growers who will\ vote clearing the roadbed and placing the way. over 1 percent of the national Starts Earlier '
0] bricks Up until the sudden change, berries quota will be used for "!
of over $1,200,000 to r Santa In the referendum election on December within his reach. Precise new farms
county schools until after Jan. 1, and unhurried in his movements, were beginning to appear In In 1939 as contrasted with 3 per- This Year L''. ',
Claus 10.'p local stores and If warm weather cent in
Swinford 1938 This
when the first auto license revenue stands on the margin of change was ,
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starts coming in. SLIGHTMISTAKE the laid brick, piwup a brick in had continued a few more weeks made upon the recommendation of Local stores are already showing \, ,
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sizeable '
Dr. E. L. Morphet department each hand, and without turning his shipments could have been leading farmer-representatives in a fine selection of gifts for ; I
Little Shirley Ann Parker of body slaps them into place. He made from here.NEW I recognition of the fact that far- Christmas
supervisor of finance, said, however I Brooker "jumped the gun" last ._.. .._.__ u..... ......__ ............ ___. --- .2.: ___ moor.. ..Ir..rlv ........,t.... S....._ ._ ___. .,...... .''shoppers.' -'- A. walk -along ,f,:
few If any school teachers I S't- vm y-- any a "- -ttu 01.' uiifciutiea arvg stores, ,'\;
will miss their Christmas salaries week with the first letter of the Credit for the following story bend In the knees. After each TALENT equipped and i-;; a position to grow clothing stores, furniture, hard- :
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because the counties can borrow season to Santa Claus.. A firm believer goes to the Rotary Club Bull-etln: four bricks are placed he steps a over :1,000.000,000 pounds of flue- ware, and the ten cent store all '},
money to be repaid when the In the old maxim that "the Bill\ Graham young business pace to the left. DISCOVEREDUnsuspected cured tobacco, or about one-third well stocked with attractive lines {,;::
state's allocation Is distributed.He early bird catches the worm, this mun, was among those riding to +-- -- more than the present annual of merchandise. : ,
said the young lady wrote her letter on Baldwin on the new Seaboard talent was uncov- world consumption. Christmas Is
buying
school fund will be beginning I (t
Nov. 22 Santa Claus wouldn't train last WELFAREEXAMINATIONS ered at the Rotary Club Recommendations
He Wednesday
about $1,500,000 behind by the so Thursday night. which should earlier this year than usual mer- {i''',
first of the year, but should be be so busy and would have plentyof I decided to bum a ride back and when one of the members, the correct the difficulties encountered chants report. The holiday Is .t| II
time to read it. j, stood the street thumb Rev. L, A Shepherd, hroved! him- in 1938 have I .
caught up by Jan. 15. on corner, : I I been made for the now less than three weeks away, <''jI j''
6-_ _..... The Telegraph will be glad tol I I I''in air. In the approved hitchhiking _e..l.._....._._,..,__...,.__ ...__'_ ,..StIS.S.._..... ..D. S4Ih.... self to be an Imitator of unusual 1930 _Drocrram_ bv_ lenrilno'.u. _fj__rm__...i_.I ._.nrl n_ .It- -I.- .vnA-... tA". th.A. a.v._. _."a_ ....".,_n._ 'i,
print other letters to Santa from manner, yelling "STARKE! the State Welfare Board will\ be ability.. With the aid of only a representatives at a recent conference will enjoy Increasing business during '
'our young friends and will try to hopefully at every passing vehicle. held Feb. 11, according to Miss microphone he gave startlingly and by numerous other the time which remains before I.
NEGRO WORK put them In a prominent place so Finally a big truck pulled to a Gertrude A. Herring, director of realistic vocal Imitations of several faimers through letters to the Department December 25th. A!I
he cannot fail to see them. Here stop with screeching brakes and the District Welfare Board at different makes of automobiles One of the most Important Shop windows and others are '
AWARDEDPRIZEJONEY is Shirley Ann's: the driver, in none too pleasant a Green Cove Springs. The examinations and, accompanied at the piano by recommendations which will being appropriately decorated In "
Brooker Fla, manner yelled "What it It?" for counties in District 5 Mrs. Jeannette Klncald, he "play be adopted for 1939 provides that Christmas colors and emblems.
Nov.: 22, 1938 Bucking up his courage Bill will be held at Green Cove Springs.She ed" trombone and jewsharp solos transfer of additional quota to any Colder weather of the past few 1 "
Hello there ole Santa: I managed to get out a still hopeful : added that application with the aid of only voice and farm having excess tobacco shall days has helped stimulate activity ,((11.
Guess you will think I am a bit but somewhat weaker blanks for persons wishing to take hand. The program was In chargeof be limited to not more than 10 In Christmas buying, It is reported ;",
early, but I wanted to write earlyso "Starke?" the examination" ,available. .at Elmo Struth who conducted a percent of the original quota of here. ;: ,
Festival Officials Praise you would not be so busy and "Starke, H-" the driver snarled, the welfare offices In Gainesville, quiz as an added attraction.A the farm, so that large farms with The Telegraph: will publish next !4!
could read It. spitting on the ground in disgust, Palatka, or Green Cove Springs, report of the progress being large quantities of excess tobacco week a more complete account of :; I
Excellent Exhibit I want a rocker, doll, and doll : "I thought you said stop." and may be obtained upon request. made by the Boy Scout Troop was I cannot obtain) unlimited additional -,. Christmas merchandise In our '1
From HereA bed If you please. + The deadline for applications to made by Scoutmaster Frank quota through' transfer. local stores. 1) '.
I've been very good, "Honest ji be received will be midnight inson. He also dixclosed ROb-I .- ,1
$ I have." Junior Class PlayAn 2, 1939. All application Jan'j the plans for the future, among CorrectionContainer Two Cars ",
to cash prlzeof was awarded I am a little black-eyed girl of hilarious comedy, "Mama'sBaby should be sent directly to C. which are several camping trips Wrecked t t'
the Bradford County negro two, with a pug nose and light Boy," will be presented at Codrlngton, commissioner, State I during the month of November Corporation, not National Two automobiles, one belonging ,.
school handicraft exhibit which i hair, and I sure want to Bee how the school house Friday night, Dec Welfare Board Jacksonville. E. L. Williams, principal of B. Container Corporation. as to and driven by the Rev. Fred
was placed on display at the Slash I you look when you see the big : 9, at eight clock Proceeds will Applicants, it was pointed out H S discussed the financial situation stated In last week's Telegraph/ Yerkea pastor of St. Marks Episcopal ,
Pine was host to the
Week Forest Festival in Lake City piece of cake I am going to have go Into a fund to be used for the must be at least 21 years of age of the football team and also the fish chowder, Rotary Club at Church, the other contain I .
before last for you. annual Junior-Senior banquet and must be at least high school plans for liquidating an old debt 23. The luncheon on Nov. ing some men from the nearby I ,I .
The general excellence of the ex Wishing you a Merry Xmas, I The Lambeth Walk, latest dance graduates. of $134 for equipment which he I chowder wan prepared by Veterans Camp, were badly smashed -
bunt was praised in several let- : am your friend, craze, will be Introduced between -.- --. wishes to pay in order to "clear Tyler Jones nn employee of the up when they collided recently
ters lecelved this week by Supt. A. Shirley Ann Parker acts In a series of dances directedby the name of the school." He pro- I company. a short distance north of town.
I. Griffis, one of which stated; .-- Miss Ruth Sternberg. Mrs Report Seeing Deer posed that B H. S. sponsor a ----- None of the occupants of either
"Our premium list did not cover N. D. Wainwright, Jr. is coacbInir Dewey Murrhee, Graham anda strawberry festival this spring I 1937 Auto Deaths I car was Injured. .
other than T. Carl Andrews : party of hunters report seeing with "',
local schools. but this : the nlav a Percentage of proceeds to Rrflrtfrtffl f"Vmttilirtil tnttff ----
exhibit was considered by the Funeral services were held in -- : I a large deer Tuesday 'near thi t go toward the football indebtedI -' deaths from automobile;; accidents White Reappointed :
judges to be worthy of more than Gainesville last week for T. Carl I In 6 2"e: : convents were I Sink Hole between Brook.,r;',*nc I A committee composed of, In 1937; two of the victims were George C. White bank
''fdinary consideration and we Andrews, native of Starke, who actively operating La Florida. Graham. Jos E. Wilson, D. P. Carpenter,' white and two were colored. Dade analyst of the State, report
have accordingly made a cash died while at his work as a barberon L. D. Vining and :J. B. Carlisle' County led the state with 111 and Comptroller'soffice j
,"rmlum of $10 which will be sent Saturday, Nov. 19. He was I RESCUE WORK RUSHED DURING FIRESLOS I wan appointed to consider the mat deaths from auto accidents In that been reappointed formerly to of the Starke executive has
n a few born here June 19, 1892 and mov-
days In addition to a first ter.It year These figures were compiled committee of the National
,)"ernlum ribbon." ed to Alachua County about 19 was announced that District by the State Board of Health. of State Bank Association j
Simmle In 1925 he was mar- Governor Garland Powell will Supervisors.
Bradford Hunter Brad- years ago. vis- ----+---- Gurney P. Wood
ord County Jeanes teacher, and ried to Frances Story of Lake But- It the club next Wednesday. commissioner of .
'lossie Telegraph Wins PrizeAt banks for North Carolina, who
B ler. +
McLendon, who accom- i la
'ar>led he Is survived 1 a meeting of the Florida president of the national association -
the exhibit to Lake City, Besides his widow, Buys Gulf Agency made the I
ere praised for their valuable by a son, Carl Andrews, Jr., Press Association in Luke Wales appointment. '
Freeman White has served for
of Register garage man recently the Telegraph was awarded three years.
ervlces. one brother..Wesley Andrews I __ __ :
- Starke, and two sisters, Mrs. Vas- and automobile dealer, Is now local first prize for the best religious : ,
co Dowling of North Carolina and f FaI 1 distributor for the Gulf Refining editorial of the year. The article'
Mrs. John Dekle of Lake Butler.. I rr- Co., having purchased "good upon which the award was made MICKEY SEZ: I
II will equipment, and sales con- was one published early this year
1Jj I I tracts" from E. C. Priest, former following the appearance here of
Buys Gray Home IJTTPIt.tt agent. Hubert Prteat'Is continuIng Dr. Ludd M. Spivey, president of Ij" ,
M F. Hazen has recently purchased to drive the company's supply Southern College. \
the L. A. Gray house on J truck. ------.--- I,
S} m J Jefferson St., and he and his tam- ;. --. \ .
.S :! Jj their new' ,, J _ Property Changes Hands t.I i .
now occupying .
lly are S. Plant City Gets Cold t '
'home. Mr. Hazen is a telegraph I( C Lloyd J Green, Starke merchant,
Ma
says she would like to live I operator at the S. A. L Railway* JCreezing temperature In Plant has purchased the S. R. Osborn v'rrSTART '
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a small town where she could station here. H ; City early this week slowed down property on Tenth St. just northof ,
TOW every one and the people strawberry production just as It Green's Store. The transfer Included -
"e *o clever and nice. was on the eve of blossoming Intoa a small bungalow and two i i
Pa says nothing doing for him Shell Place Sold full-fledged shipping season The lots. The purchase was made ij
a small town for be lived in a Sale of theKozy Korner lunch' mercury dropped to 32 degrees from Mrs. Walter M. Weatherly j

,aU\ town and he': had no place room and Shell filling station by there Monday morning but light administratrix of the Osborn estate .t,,
*o when he got mad and he Mrs. Sam Anderson to G. G. Oliver winds. warded off frosts and kept' i t
ANGELES. Cat.-An officer Is Gwen Stone .
I pictured aiding ,
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'Ys the city officials and old to- of Alachua was announced this damage to bloom and young fruit --+- t
' who Is carrying belongings from the path of flames which ravaged -
.t ICCO squlrter had nothing to do' week. Mr Oliver assumed management Topanga Canyon destroying many fine homes and forcing hundreds at a minimum. Several pony refrigerators A modern passenger ocean liner SHOPPING NOW J.
loll\ around and rub the shade last Friday and he and' of persons to flee for their lives Sparks from the blazing areas have been loaded from costs between 8000.000 and ONLY 3 MORE WEEKS ;
eei and telephone poles slick all his family are occupying the Noll-1,ignited: many Malibu Beacb homes and caused widespread destruction Plant City for which, growers 12000000. Its life Is about 25 TILL CHRISTMAS
e time. man house on S. Walnut St. 'i along the swank Malibu district in one of the worat fires in California. have received arount 2Sc a pint years.
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,'t tVAG f J HAPPINESS TESTGRAIJE L Birth Rate r SNOWY CAPITOL I NOl'lh EItR W.; !" 1flouth 1\ ., -... ,

MARITAL East ''I Ii''. ,
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TheLetter Shows Rapid Decline BOB JONES '- .- (fNI''I.IQIIU":' ,
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Guess-work has been eliminated from marriage, for marital birth rate Is going down so Qiert' ,. or ,",' 10, I: ( P'

happiness can now be charted scientifically, authorities fast that if everyone up to 45 who i I.-_ ((24)), "" 1' ,. .::
Non h ,
Fla. died between 1930 and 1935, had IN' II 011' "f, ,
:; maintain. I (NFJ'4)' Q,241' I. : ,"1'1''
:Fco.I : In a sensational article based on the first authorized account -: Nov. 20, 1938. lived, they could not balance the "The foundation of God stand- half(N'4)' )or HIlII N'II", '\ 'co,! "\\I'','h If ',,'

Dear Mr. Matthews: deficit of unborn babies. this seal. theLord '.f "',",", '' '
of exhaustive laboratory experiments made by stan- eth sure having W."t i WI.J.. 11.lf, ., II'
; I want to congratulate you on The present rate is describedby knoweth them that are 1MW', II"". -h\\; ,.
discloses in the December
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ford University Dr. Albert E. Wiggam : Hls.1 ,,
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the winning of first award for the Frank W. Notesteln, of Prince QII.II r
to "fool" "f
It is impossible 'FWenty.Th. <
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that most
issue of Cosmopolitan not only our accented I "II
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best religious editorial in Florida ton University's School of Public Men may deceive each other, they Mouth ((5i ) liltIf
notions about marriage are : ':
Half :: '''!
I weekly newspapers for 1938. I Affairs, like a budget which has "double crosa" each other of. ". .i((5
but that a really sound learned in the may Quarter S""h' :
wrong, had previous fifty ;J ''.
More to keep up the been "fixed. It showed, he explained anything' North-Nast. II'lr'
you
power but they cannot "put (NI';'
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basis for marital bliss may be fully thousand. I .
$i t good work. that in 1936 the popula- over" on God. "Man looketh atj I The"ectlon Twenty.' ",,, ((22).
defined. A Scale of Marital Happiness .ropel'l)' he..
J. A. WHITING. tion was increasing at the rate of God be III ''I. ", 'Ib,.
but otterell
the outward appearance i tr, ,,..
"In the five years it has taken has been devised by which mar- f "ul ",' '
1010 E. Lafayette St. 'five for every thousand persons. This gives ., 1'.c..l"I a. eel 1 r"'h,,, '1, 'ra'b
the heart. 'II
ByHOME looketh at 1 '.
University and In ''Id ,
Professor Terman. of Stanford ried couples can estimate and a"cordnnc; ,. 1 tt I", d
i But If that 1936 rate continuesit God's the advantage over and all I bids t.,,. ,, "'wl1h
I and his staff to make this score the degree of their present program said Ii.- 1)11"''", hit,
I of Florida. will wind in loss of two property n. ''JI
t University up a Hubmlll'lI
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which set
the men up. I ,,,
programs h.. I
: study siiys Dr. Wlggam, "they married happiness or unhappiness received "nil ''n.
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Gainesville, persons thousand, due to excess 11'
NEED ; have learned more about the mental with per Men! like Napoleon and Alexanderthe 1 Court In acco'I1., ,"... with, II 10
surprising
t accuracy.
of 'tht
FOR November 21, 1938. deaths over births.RISING the the final derr. .. t
by
Great swayed men .1
n'i. factors in I lor..I
and emotional mar herein for ,
How To Obtain Your Score on the Accent"i..
Mr. Matthews Jr. Editor ,
Eugene "
by the
of their unusual personalities Court r.j.
power and ,
riage than the whole human race "" ,
Agree! ,k Marital Happiness Scale Bradford County Telegraph but they were never able to | '*- ;- proval. of the (COUrt .na' i',1.1"'' .,
the
terms ?
: th*, hon! < ..' .f...L Ik.la.- a simple- matter ', Starke Florida _1\11..__._._ _F..ln._.._.. Y..I._.n__, r.rponnna..t_!_____..._..____ -CPA-- .fntthft--- --- flpnth_-rn- of-- the---- human --- -*- rf and tfl.Mpi41'. condltl"n.. ,? ,",vilfdttcrA ? .,
tthgthe i i I : to score your I Dear Eugene: tjeart.. They never could be---on'-I absolutely '>'y""." .I nereitAs

wybome I I was delighted to read In an of Special 1 Mast,'"' i In
marital Mr. and Mrs.. W. C. Conner and certain that the members 1l-1I-4t.122. Chan

\ : happiness Associated Press dispatch that, at George Nelson spent Sunday with their: organizations were loyal to I WASHINGTON, D. C.--Photo

rharacIfar 'h4 on the scale. There the State Press meeting In Lake Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sap:;>> of Gum their hearts. shows workmen as they shovel the \o'ru'I) op: tI'l'i --
too are eight separate Wales, the Bradford County Telegraph -, Branch. F'4lit 'l't'' ;611:1:1: : ::.I'IO\
Great men are often handicapped United States ''Bensip lull ,.
: Capitol Building: 's" lal,
Soldered I awarded first for II
was prize II1nTIl'I,
items or groups of Mrs. Jeff Lewis and childrenand because of the greatnessof 1M )ilit--:''' 011 F\
p Editorial." I very from. under a seven inch blanketof r. K Austin. h..lI l ., .
f the "Best
Religious 1
t> ImpoitopufV ;
questions. The figure and I Mrs. E. J Lewis spent Sun- their personalities and positions. snow, the heaviest to fall on catea. Numben-cl r.".,1"1\,,I" ""u;,
think this is a fine thing, sued
day with Mr. and Mrs. N. Mott of Often disloyal men "hang on" to August 7. I" '::: "''HI 1" ,
set opposite the Nation's Capitol in Novemberon S..pt..mb..r I
rtion.I' want to Join with host of 7. 1936. h.., fll, ,
your I
: Brooker.Mr. men of this type for. the sake of record, part of the severestorm my office and has ''nut.! '.n
S'aloiiK It/ ; : each answer la the friends in congratulations.With for tax deed to b,. IlJlPI,,,
r "the loaves and fishes. Jesus the East last I"IJ.d 'th
and Mrs. R. M. Crosby were throughout Said certificates. "
ed man: .. number of points all good wishes, I am "" i \ '
visiting Jacksonville, Saturday.Mrs. knew "what was in man. He week. braces the followlnK ft'J. ,\I} !
: Home you earn. on that Sincerely yours. knew whether they were follow- ertles I In the County:: ::i ;,.|
FRANK S. WRIGHT, E. A. Kirkland of TampaIs State of Florida to-wli "
j ji answer.
iFlortda spending! this week with beefather ing Him for what they "could get Certificate. NA. 7r.n., ,
'i i, several j j Director of Publicity. followed o'clock l"U'lf: Maid, day In frontof Went 5 Acres or s, ,,, iiJ5''
N. T.: King. out of Him, or whether they the ; door in Starke, Southwest .,"mi,,)h
Quart' .
'
/, methode in Bradford. offer for :\".
if because they were loyal County Florida east. Quarter MUM: ,
Miss and Miss t it i \
Dorothy Crosby pale and receive bids for the '
J of the ITEM ANSWER SCORSIIco BROOKER purchase South Half f
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their hearts to Him and His cause. : SoHth-arngV! ,
of the following described ,
Doris Strickland spent the week- ter of Norlhw,,, :
'cstabliM s (1..111. .
'| *o the r5 1 ,. ....1, .11. n..er br iach It... .ri.. Miss Vera Gainey, Cor. end with 'Miss Edna Conner of God knows His friends and His I land., to wit: 22 l' n14! Townnhlii i, :<"",?,",, ,B.III q,
East
,
He knows whom He t-ontalnlni-'
foes. 1 <
;.recipc8,{ I : HI) Do ,ou .ncl your wlf..n..ln fD h::: : ::: :::::::::::::::::: : Clubs Gum Branch. can depend. He knows upon that thereis I.V: TOWNSHIP It A NOB TWENTY-TWO SEVEN (T), SOUTH(23) more. or less. fl"Certificate

convenlribousewl 4 out.I" Intpro.to togitbur, "nm. Dr thom. ..................... Sewing Mrs. E. J. Lewis left Monday to : EAST, :THE FOLLO WINd1.J.NDS Nn 711. '?"hra, ,
I V.., fow of th.m................. I The American Tung Grove Sew- an inner circle of Christians In Northwest Quart" t, ,0' !

.' Non. Df th.m .. .. ... ... .......... 0 ing Club met last Thursday In the spend several weeks with her 1 our churches who have not bow- All of Section: One (1); Quarter east. Quarter& W.BI,01 1'', Snutiii, '

correspi buslnl j'1& ci 10.14 ..r... ... ... ... ... ......... home of Mrs. Barfield. The women daughter, Mrs. Grover Moore of ed their knees to false gods but South(NKVi)SW Quart!I.) Half of of North-Rant South-Kuril Quarteiof Northeast/. Quarto! "r i f s\''",'r','h. ..
Ft. Hnuth
er (121) Amount Dh..m.nt. on Dom.... JtJ: sarI.rm. :::::::::::::::::::::: : agreed to make pillow cases Myers.Mr.. and Mrs. Luther Harrell. of who are always in their hearts (81314)\. Quarter of Section Ten (.-..tlon 24 TwiiMhl, 'ct|>t ',uinii H.u',.

Asa tic Pobl.me., (Is.. note beluw.I' 25.21 .rn. ....... ............... the Thursday following Thanksgiving. loyal to our Lord and SaviorJesus (10) > UailKe.. 22 KaBt., .''.ntaining''
ed oitton 8n.S9 erfla. ...... ...... ......... I Brooker. spent Saturday afternoon Christ. Sowth-Weat; (SW NEt4)/ Quarter ofNorthEast Ati, H, niiiio MI. i,. .,
: 40..0 .arna. ... ... .. ............ 0CII The meeting was to be held with Mrs. Harrell's Mr. ; < > Quarter. of:! The! iinHeNHiiu.nl,, m t ,'h.I, .., .1 i ,}
parents
sg'' "MonthWentvy ) Quarter erty uniler. N"hl| | .
,
r.iiin
of Ada
'In the new home Mrs. "That hasn't bit of religion .P.' \"
did ( ) Wh.n dl..m.nte orl. they je""lf .1.( .. In .. ... ... ... ... .. .. 0 and Mrs. R. M. Crosby. man a HnUlh.Jo OBt. HKV4)' Quarter. of was I In the name of l(",,,, ,, !Hal,
; $po.. ave I In. Robinson and the women helped but he has influence and position North-w (N\V'i Quarter and and the aHt-cnnim ,.I, th,.
I businecLIawjtel i u.u.IIy, r..ult In anti t4Ik...: ::::::: :::: :::::::..5 celebrate. the occasion. This Thursday so I put him on our church South. (SH Half of North-Bant |ropeitv! uiKlei, ,.iii' i , .,'
I (NKV4) Quarter of SouthWentMWVi 70 wan In the I..IIM., ,,, ,
|I'
i'! Fr.guent I, the employees of the Tung OH PINE LEVEL board for his influence: and then ( ) Quarter of Section. Eleven Ilannon.. "
I and thai: 'i i (C4Oo, you .v.r retret your m.' O; aIon.lIy: : ::: :::::::::: :::::: Grove are looking forward. to a delightful Mrs. II. M. McIJae I It do him (II I) ; t'nleHK. Hinrl ,.,-r, "if,' ,i. '1.t.
mor nag. ,' Fthrrfy .. .. .. .. ....... .. .... .. .4 CorrespondentMrs. too thought might All of section Thirteen (1.1): reilei-mril nc<.niiHiiK. ,l( t '., | ,
ing .. .. .. ... . I time at Cooter Pond whe..ethey said the writerone South' (SI> > Half of SouthKantSKV 1U
N. .. ..... good a pastor to 4 prnpeitlea doe| < i II ,1 th( ,,, .?,
lot theirL have planned a picnic. J. L. Underhill and W. C. What fool that (!' !|) Quarter. ; SouthKantSMi. i.oll: to thc lilirh-;i ;: .1! :I,,.I'I:(; ,:
resourc (1&1) I It .ou ho" ur. In live over d. M.. ., """m. .....un' .. .. 10 day. a pastor ( .!) Quarter: ';! of South-Went, ('oll.t-hnIlNr), d.Mii'', "I", ,h.< fl", .. ,
O P n : :: I The Community Sewing Club of Oliver spent Saturday with Mr. was. No general. in an hour of I (SW' ) Qilattotand: : SnuthKtiHt I day In.. the Month', ,,,i .1 I.,"",, ,,, .
think wuuld :
net ar you .ou : ::: ::: : : : ;
Nt mes } (St'Quarter) of Noitli- which" IH the 2..1.. ,01"(
nIl.o R. Alvarez in Vanderbilt "\ i i I.
Brooker met at the home of Mrs. and Mrs. O. battle would put a man In a position West NW ?
-- I ( H Quarter of Section A. I) 1039.fhatel!' .
,i.u w1 t ((6)fles.) .ou .vr ..rlouo'' 000tem. V. I II' .,lh.. on.I.. ) .. . ... 0pleted L. A. Brown Tuesday, Nov. 22. section. of leadership if he knew that i Fifteen. (IS); thin 21'! .< 'I\ ," i \ ,
..r.'lon dsvrnc.T Nn fir ,. .. .. .. .. '
nolth. onal.
: or BPtPeoNtinarily NOl.'I h-w".t (NW'4) Quarter of her A. I II. 1B.IXOFFICIAL : .
: ...- I After the business meeting, a delightful Mrs. Alice Oliver returned home his heart was not true to the j North-Kant (NEVi Quarter'North'aet : ( SKAL;

: li'.t't': IS I IIn hour of sewing was en- Saturday after spending two weeks cause. There is a battle on bei i ) (NKV:' ,) Quarter. ofNorlhWewt A. J. THOM.Uflerk

_resent ; ) E..thlnllOOnRI..rod.. hnw tins' :$D.eIddI om.wh.thaiel.r. butpI..r,., then than averee.a"" ... ..:.:.:. U 9 Joyed. This being the week of with her sister, Mrs. L. L. Sapp tween right and wrong. between I Ncirth-Knnt, .' NRW(NW'4))* Quarter Quarter of: Bradford,af f" '

Oman r ,vt p. his your m..rlo. been' 8mowh.t Ieee h'pp'; ,th ;;; .. : : Mrs Grace Barry's birthday she in the Hellbronn section. I heaven and hell and between (god South-Went: : Id

gInte 0.rldedl1 ieva heiy" thuD average. 0 was presented with many beautiful Elder W. E. Hall of Green Cove and the devil. Only a fool would _
_ Lion P ; 1I.lromoly: unh." ... . .. ... .. .. .o gifts by the .remainder of the Springs was visiting here Saturday put at the head of his army the m.Lp1VkLL&VP1TT----- ---- -

__ bich i (181 I. JOU' marieIc.' now happy u, It now hono .core. .. .. ..... ... 1unh' \ club after which delicious refreshments afternoon. enemy's leaders. God counts on
3goi kF pi," T (Svore Dnl, on. num. It unh.p ''PO. then on. .ar. move, 1\\ were served by the hostess. Dr. Ben M. Bougard of Little those whose hearts are righttoward
F b.r.b It unh.p for pact one year o. nior. 0
been g The next meeting will be held at Rock, Ark., will arrive here Sat Him. There are some

1:1: Add to181 _.. to thie, point.... ... .. .. ...... .. .... I the home of Miss Lubedla Plnhol- urday, Dec. 10, and will hold ser- left who are dependable. They
ster Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 13, vices at Pine Level Church. throughthe are the only people upon whom I

0# azb.eiP How 10 OhIO'' $cure en Item I. Abves u.oent or A.r..m.nl 0" 10 Dom..U. Probie. from 3 to 6 o'clock. Anyone Interested week-end. Everybody Is urgedto as a Christian worker can depend.

: is invited to come join the attend these meetings. He will You wicked and unconverted men -

ter ''J' ,! 4 There are .1. dvgrsoe ar .rOOIIt. SUB.ITEMSDr.w club. probably be here until Wednesdaynoon can keep your money as far as -

(ter(4:4mP f ? a circle around tho nllmbe.ollllo' a) HanBilni f.mll, finanvee.. ..1.2.1.4. and will teach Bible Lessonsin I am concerned. There is enough
)nra .11. _h der.e. ot '"Hm.nt thllt, .best ... ..
..
iJt .......nto your own r..llna about how "I b) ll.lou.Mat. of bOI.roc"on..... ... ...... .1.2..1.a-.64.....&.. The farmers of our section are the daytime.We money In the pockets of God'speople 4 1 ..
much ,OU eer.. o. dlon.r_ on the r..l. dl Demonetratlone of all'ocUon..I.2.1.4.11-41 busy at the present with "hogkillings" are sorry to .report that Mrs.R. to do all that God has com
f uJiy'.ue s TiJfl lowing ton mattere ot sour m.rrlod IIr. .1 'r'Rndo' ...... .... .. .. .. 1.2..4. very "
V. is for Glen- manded. It dishonors God when
I means ".1w.". .....:' n Cering for the children. ... ..1.1.-4-11- and "cane grindings. Alvare leaving
flie e1Ys 1 means "eImCot aiwey. ........". .1) T.ble! mamnere .... ........ .1-2-1-4-11- Several improvements. have been dale Hospital at Palatka for a Christian institutions fall on their
,L.tfl.-_- m.anI "c.oIon.lI" dl.-. hi Mnuere of eonvoDtionaUt..1-2.1-4-11- 'I
(6tc, 4 meene "'roquontl dl......:' II Phllaooph, nf lit.-----------.1.1.1-4.11-4I made in our school recently. major operation some time this knees and beg money of unconverted -
j11 s mcclii ".Imool .lwei dl..r.. J I Ways 01 dealing with in-laws 1.11-1-4.11- Among them are new heaters In week. men.

S means ".1..". d''........" Now .dd the ..umbo. ,au bo.. cl..lod. I several of the class rooms, electric Mrs. W. F. Harnage of Gum .-.- -

lights and, last but not least, a real I. Branch spent Thanksgiving Day SERVICES SUNDAY ,.

NOTE: An approximation of your 43 score which makes your moving picture show every Mon with her son-in-law and daughter, Rev. W. T. McGuIre will fill his ,

; 44 what your final score would be on I total score 52. I day night. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae.Ha..ley regular appointment at Long' -' J .1

tfl! the complete scale can be estimated In the complete Happiness Scores Mr. and Mrs. L. A. :Mott and Newman of Gum BranchIs Bridge Christian Church Saturday I I _v._ -

tl by dividing the number of I of the 792 -couples -tested- in the son, L. A. Mott, Jr., of High visiting his grandparents, Mr. night, Sunday morning and Sun .6e p- Un'5.a.C.. Noses -?

points you earn on the first eight I experiment, the husband average I Springs were visiting his parents, and Mrs. H. M. McRae.J. day night, December 3 and 4. Pub ,

V ( items by T l and adding the resultto score was 68; the wife's 69. You Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott here Sun- W. Buddington and Miss Er- lic cordially invited to attend. -4
I
your score on the first eight. can gather from this what your nestine Buddlngton of Starke were

4I For example, if you made 43 pointson own score means-If it is above 44, I day.Mrs.. H. P. Gainey and children dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H IV CIIKIir OIIDKIl OP IOI IM'IIMOATION HT. KKilirif JIT- -a-

the first eight items, divide 46 it Is probably a fairly successful Perry. and Eva Fay accompanied M. McRae, Thursday. JU'ILI RrUI'I'. IIUAII- -

t by 7. which gives you 6 (neglect marriage. : but below 40, it can | by Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Brannen and Farmers In this section are / JOlt FI.OIIIII4.cowry IN ,Cll M'I'A'I'IU"VNtKItV.JESSIE _

fractions). Add these 6 points to j hardly be a happy marriage. of Lake Butler grinding cane and digging sweet WILSON
Pauline K. ,
t daughter !
_____ __. -n-__-_-__--_ uI potatoes.Mr. Complainant )
Thanksgiving week-end as _
spent .
and Mrs. V. A. Browningand I VS. 1
M DOUBLE RUNMrs. I er, Mrs. J. W. Woods. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. children spent the week-end ANDREW j. WILSON:l'; -. _p I

1 Mr. and Mrs. W. A. and Raulerson at Brighton and Mr. andMrs. Defendant. -. ____:
\,'. ,\. Tyler, Cor. Tyler with relatives at Sampson City. { It appearing by affidavit appended _..... 0 .......
; 4 ki; ; ]little daughter. Evelyn, were visit- A. F. Raulerson. at Okee- We are sorry to report the con- to the bill filed, In the above- ."..... : c;;;;:;... 0 Aott.""- r OI'OWolr-2pa
chobee. totaled cause that Andrew J. Wilson, .. :& '
ing Mr. and Mrs.. D. A. Judd. Mon g .. Ho.. '- : I01lnlal1
_ _ 1g :Misses Emmalin and Shirley tinued illness of F. Fender who the defendant thelrln named \I. a H. .14 a.d. .:r rr
_, 4tr dny.I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crews ,. has been In bed several weeks. I nnn-reHldent of the State of Florida ChJ.I1- 1.-a 1- I yn fi Jllad. & lo Misses\ Bessie Lola
Morgan and '
Friends of Mrs. O. L. Brown are. of Jacksonville spent Sunday here and a resident of State unknown' It""'''. I'Du\ ...cSloarattI yn eo..lr. ?1J01D-1 ,.
sfc ; ; 'j[ Tyler Lea ton Morgan. Jr.. Guy T. I with her Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hall of Jacksonville spentthe ,lit uvur the. age of twenty-one years. : I SD.... IoIIB- I yn 0 r...... 10..oJ I
to know o
glad she is greatly; Improving parents week-end here with his fam In therefore ordered that said I .hot4 ..a 0 I66
0CICIcf
and Heibert Anderson attended after. a long illness. 10. W. Barry. Misses Jo Ella and non-resident defendant be and o A>" "aq:*1fl. _"..iO4oi 0 IJ lI'mf.. _- I
ily. _. _
...call. 1 .
,
hereby required to to .
appear .oan.
_ church. at Starke, Sunday. Mrs. Ossle Taylor and sister-in- i Marjorie Sue Barry spent part of Remember the services at Pine I( bill of complaint filed In Bald ..1.1 o o ()pe" 1Ioa4. T'_'..01 0 n. IJ_. r'od1otnaIt.; J" .
last week with Mr. and :Mrs.. on or before Monday the 6th .... .. yI 0 .D"J"
l law Mrs. Ola of Level this week-end. .aqatdY lroa""a'oI "
ii Mr. and Mrs. Lester A. Hall and Taylor Lawtey of December, A. I). 1934 o par. )- j yI 01..911. ....... IO
Crews. I'atbll..ae. .. I
children, L. H., and Clara. of Citra spent the week-end with her par the allcicatloiin of said bill will b o 11.1t.w I yr 0!If .... \Va.lq. "

Hfm and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Green and : ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bryant. Miss Juanita McKenzie spent One farmer in three has an Income taken a> confessed by saId defend. I I'\atodal.DIve 1'--- I yI 0 Part\tllJo Dill., Ho ID. tIIo : "

little son of Sparrow, spent the 'I Arthur Rigdon of Jacksonville Thanksgiving as the guest of her from Don-farm sources. ant.It la further. ordered that this order g ':"' 1Id Stallee --:::. I yI _, ciS11v ....oJ..,. ;: ,r.'ldrl2',.':: '

__ Thanksgiving holidays wilh Mr. spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. sister. Miss Dorethea McKenzie of be published onre a week for .. .".... I 'I' 0 Provr..IlYe .. J rr
four consecutive weeks In Bradford C ... .
the ...
and Mrs. J. Winter Park. .... rookoCoed TII 0 llaalll .
and Mrs. L. U. Morgan I J Rigdon. STOMACH: RELIEFEvery 1 County Telegraph a newspaper. .... ''' i

Misses Thelma and Lois Woods I Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Conner ofHellbronn Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Morgan day people--seeking relief publIshed. In Bald County. and State ..I'..::: =: I : g. -. :::."DJhu1." .... '''
I ThiH Oct. 31"t, 1938. 5ogthef I _....'. *
n
of Lawtey spent Saturday. night were visiting Mr. and spent Thanksgiving with relativesat from acld-lndlgestlon, come to (OFFICIAL. SEAL) OW.-.w..t4 \Vo" __ 'yP

and Sunday with 'I Mrs. W. R. Conner, Sunday. Williston. Rexall Drug Store fountains and A. J. THOMAS _ _

., II'I-I I Mr. and Mrs., W. R. Conner and Robert Henry Hargraves. spent request-Blsma-Rex! By Clerk J. ft.Deputy. KKLLY Circuit ,Court.
_ .. II
]c ._,, :. .,. children were visiting her sister Thanksgiving in St. Petersburg WHY? Clerk LCD A A "

_ : I I and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.P. with nn._ .n his_ brother.__ ___no John_ _n_ _Har2'raves.___ -__ --. The reason Is clear. Peoole have T. J Solicitor JENNINGS for Complainant JR.
orra MO. i orrm 110. 3
_ FOR CHRISTMAS D. Reddish of Hellbronn Sun- Mrs. Lucille Baxter of Jackson- found that Bisma-Rex relieves distress ll-4-6t-lJ-3 AlL TV1 KIJf ross I

day. ville spent part of last week here "of acid-indigestion in record. .. nil __ ,I Tl. rog OnLy This .wepep.I.1 FOR O1I .
MASTKH' "L.1NOTICE
_ wr: I AND ALL with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. time. Its swift four-way action affords IS HfcUtlSBY GiVEN that }$2.10 !}*2AQOTTB

YEAR ROUND HAMPTONMine Wade Harrell. the most effective, thorough, tinder of and foreclosure by virtue made of a and final rendered decree 4 65150t01.B 3 :== A

Mrs. Louise Hicks of Waldo and benefiting treatment possible. by Honorable. A. Z. Adklns,
) Ada Nlnrmo, CorrespondentR If you are subject to everyday Judge dated the 8th clay of Novem. no. i oFFER wo. 4
f We lmlt> jou to trade at the spent Sunday here with her par- Imr. A. 1>. 1938. In that certain cause nJ.lle__.I TfcV Alt FOtni nJ.1I.1 Tr. A 0'
digestive disturbances due to '
elecesslLClduse wherein L. H. Alexander was and In ) roB
l, .. HTAU UOKKINGMEN'SSTOKE. J. Gomes of Starke preachedat ents. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Crews. Bloma-Rex, and experience Plaintiff, and U B. Whltehead and 2 keOiusp'' A ONLY 2 == A
Mrs. Luther Harrell spent the }
others were and are Defendants In $2.55
the Church last Sun-
Baptist relief and comfort ka ...... $2.25
week-end with her parents Mr. you which final decree f, M. K. Hrown 1 B weMwae. B
with ronfldenre. You day morning and evening. had almost forgotten. was appointed Special Mauler to be a-p .a e-..o...
Shop get I Miss Hazel Phillips spent last and Mrs. R. M. Crosby of Starke. levy upon advertise., and offer for
your mon,')"'. worth ante Mrs. Eva Harrell. spent some Only your local Rexall DrugStore sale the lands therein described. I, &wMwei:1j

_ better at all times. heressa.M.Sunday.evening with her father in time with friends. and relatives In'' Starke. Carpenter's Drug Store. in as. Special. upon and Master will aforesaid on the:: I 6th, havelevied day \ :, : : : =:.t.'a" """ ,_. :: ) = QJlT I'
sells Blama-Rex. "
genuine of Pei-emlier. A. I>. 19TH. at 11 ''' I ;:
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\Ve IIIIVP a fine selection ofMen'H Palmetto recently.Mrs. '' 1 I }
Z. Sullivan and family of Miami I' I r ; = = :: $2.25
Wonic-n'n anti CMlilren'sto -- - -- I
Willie Raborn and children =5zrpu .
'IJtt .K...II.........._. a nO. _v'_..........._. "U._...... tflhI..__ a_u.._'S..lkV _..... are visiting Mr. Sullivan's William Bobby and Mildred Ra ,/f-- ,Vr.1J P .
mother, Mrs J. P. Sullivan.Mr. I

IM>'. Our stock of gootlii ha. *> and Mrs L. A. Johns are born of Jacksonville were visit- WE CARRY A COMPLETE; LINE MaCaJr. ........... AI.&. noW
n1 lieen selected carefully to pliateou spending a few days here before ing Mrs. Beulah Harrell last week. _'. w.... I ;: 1 v 0IQ.1'

> and to save you money. returning to Oveida. The Rev. and Mrs. O. E. McGau- OF THE i iI = =:. I U210: }
ti New goods that are really new. -T
M. L. Watterson and family and ley were called to Ocala last week t1IJII IIBW UD :
cv (\\1' have no accumulation of
J W. Home and family spent because of the Illness and death of' :
w, goods from pre\lou <-81'".)
y
Thanksgiving at Crystal River. her brother. Mr. Mattox. BEST BURNER OIL
1. \'ce a big line of Men'
carry
They were successful In fishing Mrs. Ann Harrell. spent Thanks
land Boy' wrur, Dress Pants I
and returned with more than 300 giving at Steinhatchee.
Work I'untH Dress and Work FOR YOUR HEATERQUiCK
pounds of fish. Mr. Watterson and Mrs. John Todd, Mrs. fnetta I
Shirt. Hats Vnilerwear, Hone, il .
r Mr. Home each caught fish. which Todd. and Miss Doris Touu were _
:lM, ete., with assurance of at It- weighed eighteen pounds each. la Lake Butler Friday. SERVICE I Ar'zP' ; I I Us. ... ...
faction In I I II -_$ .. ,..
anything buy. ,
I you W. B. Hicks of Plant Mrs. John U .... VF .
riiE and family Hargraves was in t. eaes I .... ..---l. *1S_

tt City were the guests recently of Gainesville, Saturday.We I I II sb.srIpti.us .. y.r --

STAR Mr. Hicks' sister, Mrs. J. W. Be- are glad to report that Mrs. I I CI H. Off_ Iit 'I1 .-

denbaugh. H. B. Crosby, who has been very t1

WORKINGMEN'SSTORE Honor Roll for fifth month of ill, Is now Improving. STANDARD OIL COMPANYK. y7T1 ret4' -

l-i First Grade Blanche Durham; Elder and Mrs. W. C. Stanlandand &

Second Grade, Car lie Mae Hall children and Mr. and Mrs. : : .-. ..F.D-

STAUKE FLA. Ruth Sibley. Alma Rhoden. Mar- Rivers and daughter. of Lake City, G. DUNCAN, Agt.

I tha Horne.-Teacher, Miss Ophelia were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.' H. :

,1I. Bryan. P. Gainey last Sunday. ..

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STAFF TORNADOES LOSE A REAL HELPAt COLD WEATHER GRADE NEWS Primary Jingles Junior Class Had-- : e


l'iMCS!Illtn.-ln-Chlef, : SEWE1X LAST GAME, 7-0 PUTS PEP INBASKETBALL Program In Assembly
GRADE A FIRST! A
the two cross streets and at 8 II

x :t ADKINS, JR. On the local gridiron Wednesday warning posts, four boys stand Mildred Anderson and Frances Maurice and Maxine are back The Junior Class was ID charge :

", taut Editor-In-Chief the Tornadoes lost to Red- every morning, every day at noon, Noegel have moved from Starke. after an absence of three weeks) of the program in assembly Tuesday '

Reporters: dick in a hard. fought game, 7-0. and in the afternoon. They are One a zip, two a zip, three a zip, We are sorry to lose these two Joyce and Juanita have new The program was as follows: I S ,

,u" "";'",tr Frank noblnaon Pnrrynmn, Arch, To start the game Starke kicked' there to protect children who cross a ram, the basketball girls can good pupils. coats. Announcer-Karl Edwards.

Do"j hie' H nilhWMamet Udwardi, off to Heddick The visitors were the street and to warn the cars really go to town now because this Several in our room have writ- We enjoyed the Thanksgivingdinner Thanksgiving Proclamation Issued '

';8dlth! llowfl. Alma Murrhe, unable to make the necessary I coming on the road that they are cold weather will just fill them ten essays on "What Sugar Production I and the picture show. by George Washington in I ;

.nd Clara FlumeEDITORIAL yardage for a first down and had I approaching a school zone. At the with energy. Means to Florida." We Madge Middleton, Teacher 1779-Clara Mae Hurley. 'I

to kick. Starke then got the ball carnival, which was held on Hal- They have been Indulging in hope some of them are successfulIn FIKsr GRADE Thanksgiving Proclamation Issued t t

but had to punt also on downs. The I. lowe'en, these, patrolmen stood on practices for the past few months winning a pilze We enjoyed learning many by Franklin D. Roosevelt In

games promised to be a kicking duty In the streets from 3:00: in and with a few fundamentals and We are sorry that Mrs. Dem- 1938-Jean" Davis )

duel the afternoon until late that night. very good practices they will score 01'est is out of school We miss her Thanksgiving songs Poem "Thanksgiving Day"'V'
ire many definitions of when late in the first quarter -! We are enjoying our new Read- -
Then At all times school time the In our Science class, We hope that <
few Reddlck got the ball and on during every game something as> this: Grace Green. u I,

his word personality-but I\ nice twenty-seven yard patrolmen are ready to tell motorists 12.3 favoring B, H, S. she will soon be back, eraWe the dinner Debate -, "Resolved: That '!
pass enjoyed turkey
'\II fully express the meaning of made the first and only touch- directions to different New rules concerning basketballwill > Sara Barefoot, Reporter, last Wednesday Thanks to Mrs. Thanksgiving Should Bn a Day of j

editor sends forth places, Frank Robinson, School be issued soon and we of v4
be, word The down of the game. Another pass very Johns and the girls who helped. Fasting Instead of a Day : '
Definition "Personality is was good for the extra point and I Patrol Reporter hope to be able to obtain OKADK 0 II We enjoyed the show "Five Of Feasting." AffirmativeEmmett ;f,
bus 'I --- --. observe them, and put thern'l. We wonder why- Frank .'
;
which iteddick Negative -
qUllllt-: or qualities by aan was leading by seven A Kind" very much We thank Perryman.
,,9 known Everyone has arsonality points. j i Mammy Sez: I practice Freeman can't make an S in citizenship Miss Manasna, Mr Williams, and Robinson. 'j P
We can see no reason to com- 1Othma Football Talk and Announcements :
it Is
whether good or Nothing else exciting happened our parents for making it possiblefor ,:

.d and it IB just common sense j iri? the half and neither team could I sho Is disappointed in dls bad plain about having a team, becausewe has such perfect man us to see the Dlonne quintuplets -Ralph Rhodes. .t.''

f at ''ii should/ < try to make his as get started. The only two Tornado -I' weather we is habln I don t like do have a good string or lineupof ners 1DI1rrah hates ? as they really live and play. .--| '

tod u' possible Personality is threats came In the third and cold weather De only thing dat I girls and they are very much In- Geraldine doesn't English make the We are sorry that Billy Thigpen" JokesHclen"What ,.!
terested
L De II tht things by which a p(> fourth quarters when they broughtthe I likes about It Is dut It reminds has been ill, also that Peggy Daleis ,; >
i Honor Roll this ,
We to be able to to year
ln, a judged when he applies for ball down to Roddick's nine me ob certain basket ball games hope \, prove I 111. a pity It la that '"
t ,-specially when applying as'salesman last such de in Melrose you that we are as good as we Garland "dresses up" lately. handsome boys /are always con- ,1
job. yard line only to lose It again by I year as one We sincerely hope everyone en- We're looking forward to a joy

All of the greatest fumbles Reddick threatened B. I dat freezin cold night. say we are joyed the Thanksgiving week-end, ous Xmas We shall be good so ceited." '+

Len the world has ever known H. S. in the middle of the third Mammy hopes dat you chilluns and the four-day vacation. We that Santa will remember us. Everett-"Not always, Helen. t-

lave had to have a great personally quarter" when a double reverse was didn't eat as much turkey und all SocietyJimmy want Buddy Davis to hurry up and Mrs. Roberts, Teacher. I'm not." U

: to achieve their fame; therere almost good for a touchdown. I de trlmmlns' as I did. I thought back to school. j

|, whatever your aspeiatlons by The starting line-ups were: dat I'd never want anything else Sewell and A. Z. Adkins, come We hope to have exemptions this SECOND GRADE Visitor-"You don mean to tell fl'

ill meant build up a good person- Stai'ke Position Reddlck ta eat for a week, but I did Jr., attended the Florida-Auburn It of the We have been working very hard me that you have lived in this out-

Ilty' Torode RE Willis Lawsey, but dat love bug ama football game in Jacksonville, Saturday year pupils; and might the help teachers some wouldn't since our Thanksgiving holidays so of-the-way place all your life ?" ; :'

'I funny thing. Look around da we can catch up with our work. L. G. Johns-"I have" .

Sewell SHcox RT East campus and see wat ya finds I Virginia Fugate spent the week- have so many papers to grade We enjoyed a new book, "Per.dinand'the Visitor"But, really, I cannot .
Senior Personalities RG Walker In the Ninth History class, we
Griffis Lands alife, but dem chilluns end in Jacksonville. Bull" very much. It see what you can find to keep you "
c Collins still have to the
subscription
around here habln a turkey dinner I I I Margaret Pearce was shopping Is to be made into a picture and busy." r
Turner LG Times Union. We have been study-
ru\ms GARRETT Thigpen one week und a steak fry de In Jacksonville, Tuesday. we are anxious to see it. L. O.-"Neither can I-that's : ';

I on May 27, 1923 a lovely little Chnstain/ LT O'Steen next. Dey is gwine ta make dem- Betty Jo Webb spent Sunday in Ing Greek Civilization, and a story Kitty Hogsed, Teacher. why I live here," '.
born Phillips LE C. Thomas 'written by> Enos Hayes, follows:
baby girl was '
wn-eyed selves sick if dey ain't careful. Lake City.
,
I Mr and :Mrs Lewis Garrett, Harper QB Davis Believe me, but dam chilluns Betty Green visited relatives at The Professional Runner SECOND JKADK John: looking out of the win
I
Wooten RHB W. Thomas Phledlppldes, an Athenian, born I Last week" we were so thankful
resided In
Jack-
ho 1 II i that time River Saturday and Sunday -
in Lawtey are really takln' care Crystal dow-"Oh) there goes a car as t
mvllle After some thought ItLis Rhodes LHB Grottell about 520 B. C. was a practiced, I for everything" --but now we are "
ob de corn dos people frum big as a barn. ,
pop ,
that the should Green FB Frelmoth of the professional runner. In 490 B. C. hoping that we have been good and '1
leculed baby
Georgia brought down here. Ask : Alma Murrhee spent part Teacher--"John, why do ;you ex- ;
Starke made eight first downs Persia decided that she would Santa won't forget us at Christ
|< named Gladys Mrs. Edwards wat happened to all week-end in Lawtey agerate so terribly? I've told you
while Reddlck made two. Starke like to East Greece, while
\ffh">n Gladys was six years of i ob her butter Sunday afternoon Members of the faculty who conquer mas. forty million times' about that habit
tried three passes in which two Carthage attacked Western Greece We begin our New Science Readers -
home for the Thanksgiving
9h, entered Lackawnnna i went of yours and it doesn't do a bit
;e I don't how John and Cooler"
were complete and one Incomplete. see Carthage was a Phoenician colony are new tous
: tomorrow They "
Mrs T. T. Long,
l-iunmai school as a student in holidays were: of good! ".
Reddlck tiled, five in which two can stand to ride in dat T model Miss Lucille Kennedy: Miss Mildred planted on the coast of Africa. as this Is the first year we have ,1..
!
Then in 1932
''. rlini grade quite -
1 die cold weather. It's a wonder It i idon't While the of Greece"
were complete and three Incomplete conquest was In this school
Mr. had then
and
j change was made In Gladys' life. Morgan, Mr. Beck Mrs. Perkins"I have some relatives .
make dem
sick. I
guess dey Adklniion, going on, Dniius I, the Persian Lex Baker has moved to an- ''
lie moved with her family to Law- who went to California }
can Just "take it.
---.-- King died His son and successor, other school, and we are missing "
Doris Wednesday
Hough spent 'I.
Having completed the first I around Cape Horn.
) DoBhla better be careful nbout Xerxes took the throne.
,ret grades in Jacksonville, Snoop 'N Peep and Thursday in Mllledgeville, Ga. him Buddy Bishop-- 'In a covered
killin' so many birds 'cause she'llbe Lorena Rosier has had her ton- In the battle of Thermopylae, a Mrs, E. Bitch, Teacher "
adys: entered! the fourth grade In I wagon?
breakin' de law, Greek traitor led the Persians behind
ells removed in Jacksonville. We
*'ley school. There she rcmalnli The love bird reports that Edith .
TIIIKI) tiRADE
i I is glad ta see Edith and Enzaso the Spat'tana and the Athenians
J until she graduated from the and Enza had something to be hope she will soon be bock with Thanks What If---
happy dls week. Georgia com- The Athenians ran and were
I nth grade thankful for this Thanksgiving ing home must hab helped dere us not slaughtered" but the Spartans The lower grade wish to thank

I Once again Gladys changed Could It have anything to do withN. Mrs. Johns for making It possiblefor
feelings. BOY SCOUT NEWS always taught their sons to come Mrs R. M. Perkins wouldn't .<
iraools. This time it was to at- T. and Leslie being home? Always yours, I back with or on their shields us to have such a nice turkey give a test each week?

tend Robert E, Lee High School Gayle, Clara Mae, Mary, Enza. -Mammy. i In the battle of Marathon the dinner and Miss Manassa, Mr.
Lucian Conner would be appointed -
for her work In the tenth grade. Juanita, Jean and Betty looked The regular meeting of the Boy Generals sent Phledlppldes from Williams, and our parents for let c'
of Bradford football
en moving back> to Lawtey, i very pretty when they dressed up Scout Troop was held last Fri- Athens to Sparta, about one hun- ting ua go to see the Dionne quin Captain High f
We ?
team
|Iadys was to complete her high i old-fashioned and sang for theWoman's Wonder WhyEdith day night at 7 o'clock. After repeating dred and fifty miles. Before tuplet's picture. We enjoyed them t .
the Oath and the Law J, E. Denmark would make :,1
chaol education in the Bradfordigh Club, Wednesday Phetdlppides made his record run both very much

| School at Starke. She Is a Wonder what would happen It. didn't spend the Thanks- and pledging allegiance to the flag they sent heralds to clear the way Mrs, Biggs, Teacher. straight A's? \,

nlor this year and upon gradu- Julian and Sadie made up their giving holidays in Jacksonville ? each patrol leader led his group to : for him. If the people saw a cloudof L. E, Moseley would not touch j ja q

|lion she plans to enter Massey's minds about each other? The weather suddenly turned so separate rooms where they stud dust coming down the mountainside STEAK SUPPERAT thing on Mr. Sponholtz's desk? 1
cold ? ied knot tielng.
illness College Junior Adkins and Jimmy Sewell they would get out of the way Sonnle Haynes could go fishing; j'I '
Sara Barefoot has been rather Several outdoor games were KINGSLEYMembers
Gladys has brown> hair and enjoyed the game in Jacksonville immediately, because any minute with President Roosevelt? ; I
excited about some mail she received played after which the boys hearda
frown eyes. She is five feet sixes Saturday. They say they nearly Scoutmaster Frank he might pass them about 31 4 Harry Kellum could learn to I
last Sunday night? short talk by
tall miles hour of the younger set celebrated -
and weighs 128 pounds.e froze. per speak good English ? 'r
We aren't football Robinson.
having more -
likes to play basketball and I hear Doshia wore her riding any If Pheldlppides happened to get Thanksgiving Thursday Mrs. Anderson would be cruel 'ft
this ? At the close of the meeting the
ball.. She sings alto in the habit to the Steak supper, Thursday games year hungry he would run down a rabbit afternoon with a steak supper at to her pupils?
Enza seems to be seeing nothing troop, standing 'at attention repeated -
|lee club and enjoys It very much. > skin him and cook him by fric- the Klngaley Lake home of John Rivera Hundley could win one !I
except the "silver lining" late- the Scout benediction, led
e Is popular because of her Too bad John Chalker couldn't ly? by Senior Patrol Leader Frank tion, by dragging him on the locks Arthur Torode. Many of the guests of the big prizes in the sugar con- t:

set; disposition and I'm sure she be the boys football manager for I When Pheidlppedes finally reached arrived early in the afternoon and teat 1
II
Mary's hair looked so nice Mon- Robinson III. Six members were '
11 make a success of the work the last game. The boys were all day morning? absent at this meeting. Sparta, he told them that Athen- enjoyed boat rides Later on that Enos Hayes could become a good it :

ito has chosen because: of her wil- for you. John.ChrIstine ians needed them to help defend evening every one assembled the and great cartoonist? : t
Jimmy Sewell in for such L. D. Davis, member of the troop
goes ,
Jognesa to work Cutshaw and Buddy dull colors? committee and treasurer, was the city The Spartans were pleased dining room where a tempting Dorrlson couldn't smlla and be .

--- Bishop are still "that way" about to have word from the Athenians meal was served. happy all the time ?
Helen was so happy Sunday present and told the boys how r
Dent other. but the full Those present were: Helen Dowl-
forget to see "Mama's each I moon was not Dorothy Green wouldn't chew
night? much each owed. il\
so could not Then ing, Mural Smith, Jacqueline Andrews
by Boy December 9, 1938 at ---- --- they fight gum in our science class?

liford High School Auditorium. ANSWER--Harold Griffis. Phcidippedes ran to the plain of Clara Flume, Edith Rowe, I
--- -- --- ---- --- ----- -- ---
Marathon and helped fight The Juanita Barefoot, Doshla Smith, ,

I I ELEMENTARY ECHOES JIweek next day he ran twenty miles to Artford Brown, Leslie Biggs, Billy What Would Happen ,; .

LOVE FINDS ANDY HARDY AGAIN! I Athens and told his peoplo that Powell, Jimmy Sewell, Resale If --- ;.;IM

they had won. Just as he said the Colson, John Chalker, Winifred

SIXTH GRADE in our text's and our Practi- words, he drew his last breath. and Hazen, Ralph Rhodes, Cleon Martha Wells "were to fall in f

We are glad to have Patsy Rob- cal Arithmetic. this ended the running career of Wooten L. G. Johns, Carlton Chas- love?

erts and Robert Barksdale in our So far In spelling, Jessie May's the noble Pheldippides." It Is too tine Bill Chalker, A, Z. Adkins Mrs. Long didn't get to to Lt

room. side Is ahead, by a very few points. bad that we don t have men like Jr., Jlramla Long, Mr. and Mrs. Georgia for Christmas go 7kl j

Everybody seems to have enjoyed Her side's line, on our spelling Pheidippides In modern times. Every Edwin Torode. Cooter had enjoyed the steak l'

'Thanksgiving. graph, has been crossed but once. time we had to go some wherewe rellovM supper? i(

We had fun having a spelling This week though may be a turn wouldn't have to fill up with COLDS We didn't need lard on steak

match with Mrs. Searing's room ing point for Bernice's !tIde Theyare gas ,or oil but just start running. suppers ? '

Wednesday afternoon. chasing Jessie May's side --Enos Hayes. 666 Headaches'Iret dor Bob couldn't go on a wild goose 'tf:

We finished our unit on Rome closely each Friday. We're just ----. and Fever chase once In a while? it,I a

$kIr last week. We are beginning a wondering who will entertain and
Guess Who? Liquid Tablet In 3O minute Basket ball season wasn't hereto ,
study of the Middle Ages. who will be entertained on the Salve, No.. Drops doe
Miss Kennedy, Teacher final day. This boy lives near Starke. He LIniment The seniors didn't have to study I \ j i
Raymond Hall and :Mabyl' Leach, Reporter. "
was center on our football team, Try .JtublUy.TIII1l..AVondertul English Literature?
Heyward Drew, Reporters. Mrs Lazonby, Teacher. j
: wears glasses, and belongs to the

e; Glee Club In which he sings tenor.
SIXTH GRADE
FOCKTII GRADEWe He la about five feet, nine Inches BOREE FUNERAL HOME
Mack Futch brought a stack of !
have been carving Eskimo tall and weighs about 165 pounds.
American Boy magazines for our Full line of Caskets & Undertakers
IfE'iIT! Supplies)
IT AGAIN figures from soap. Heilbron Wal- : lie has brown hair and eyes. He .
A We have the on AMBULANCE SERVICE .
use. magazines
W1' I
HEAD stron made a kayak from wood Is well-known and liked throughout AND
table and read them DAY mOOT
a reading
"OUT WEST WITH r and Doris Sumner made an igloo the town.Lightning. 53:! 1'110NF53O.
when finish with lessons.
we our
THE IIVRUV'S"STARTS of clay. We have a test on Eskimos II. BENNETT, Mgr. :
The two sixth grades had charge
this week. Then" we'll begin fatal to 409 "A HOME-LIKE
ON PGE9.6.TIIEI 7 of the chapel Wednesday per- INSTITUTION"BY I +.
program the study of the Arabs, The scrap sona In the U. S. in 1936. (
The following numbers were given: ,
book that we made will: be givento
I 1_ Song--"America," by the I
the boy or girl making the high- I II
whole school d'I
est grade In geography this month. i t ,
2. Bible Reading--One Hundredth -
filt&teL. We received samples of Kelynoa
Psalm, Bryan Harrell. '. .
by
tooth paste. We like it for it I' j
3. Prayer and Song--"Father "
i ,
tI
1I1 makes our teeth white. I I
We Thank Thee," by whole school '. 1
We been, interested in ,.
If have a ,
4 Poem "A
not make it certain Thanksgiving ,
,
Oleeta Green. new poster in our room. It tells I
Lesson. by '
Provide security for your 5. Poem-"A Modern Child the story of sugar that Is made r 1'1

self and family. See our Viewpoint," by Frances Colley and from the sugar beet. I .,

local agent or write Dorothy Williams Frank Coleman has been enrolled 1. ,

5. The fourth, fifth, and sixth in our room. This makes our ;'

grades each sang a Thanksgivingsong. enrollment number twenty-eight

Mrs. Andrews, Teacher. !, '

7 Play "The Origin of '

Thanksgiving." Those taking part f'OURTII GRADE f'i f!

were Arline Dew, Edna Mae Mose- Shirley Noegel withdrew from I.I .

ley, Berta Lee George, Barbara, our class this week. She moved to I

Keene, Bernard Jordan :Mack Cross City. We hated to see her :q, ;;T.- AT-; ; 1
: 1'1
but she will ;
Futch, Herbert Green, RaymondHall go we hope enjoy .

Heyward Drew, Lyle Anderson her new home. ,

and King Thomas Mrs. Hart used the money from

Leo our treasury with some of hers .
Cooper, Reporter
Park..andp u.e..wbereyou seethe
THE WAY
Mrs, Searing, Teacher.FU"J'II added and bought ua eight new red sign that says "Drink Coca-CoU." \ J

books last weekend.Our It flashes welcome /t.,
P AU 5 E a Invitation to enjoy
.
GRADE whole class went to the pic- sociable for
a pause pure refreshment. ,
Part. were given out to various ture show Wednesday of last week 1 AND REFRESH Thirst auks nothing more. 1

members of our class thU week We saw the Dionne quintuplets In 4 '
COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
for a Christmas play, "Santa On "FIve Of A Kind" We enjoyedIt y

A Strike." We hope to be able to very much. EH-IOS-7 5 I

present this in chapel room. Joyce Moore Reporter ...... ,- ,

Fractions are being studied this Mrs Hart, Teacher,





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Service Held At Meetings / newspaper.aid |County of general: circulation In (OI"F'lAI, Nls'AIA Nan,.' ----
FAVORITE
t WITNRSf: qty UA'n0: : .1, 1I01ltol>
( Turn
Aalc s t,'q, ,SocietyAJ Methodist ChurchAn Circles of the Woman's Mission- I'JEAJ.' at rtlil '.'""rt. this Int day I 12-2 6t 12\I 1(1 I. 01,

informative Missionary service RECIPESWell ary Society of the Methodist -
was held Monday night at the Church will meet Monday, Decem "* ::::-
Methodist Church with the Rev. ber Oth, at three o'clock P. M. CIr-
y: I C. B. Dawsey of Brazil South the holiday season la right cle Number One will meet at the Alexander's"NEW
1 Birthday Dinner I Miss Evelyn Hazen Becomes America aa the principal speaker.He upon us again,, so naturally It isfitting 'homo of Mr. and Mrs. A. Wood,

At Webster Bride of Frederic Fouts has spent twenty-five years that we should run one of with Mrs. Wood and Mrs Charley
ii4 I in Brazil and held the intense interest the many many fruit cake recipes E. Johns as coho tesses, Circle
S 1 For Mrs. SmithThanksgiving Friends here of Miss Evelyn Ha- of the congregation by relating that are in use around Bradford Number Two will meet at the homeof STORE"

Day was a joy i zen, daughter of Mrs. Ruby Kelly : personal experiences., con. County. This year's contribution Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton,

r ful occasion for the relatives and Hazen and A. A. Hazen of Gainesville cerning' his work there. He' also from Mrs. Hogan Smith. It Is ia/ with Mrs. Middleton and Mrs. COLD WEATHER

cori friends ot the Rev. R. Strickland granddaughter of Mrs. described the country and stated, favorite fruit cake and this /Sam Anderson as cohostesses.First SPECIALS

n__ W..h..t... ___........ tarhn n.. tarA"A n.._ ......_....g..._. _ot_ _A D. to the surprise of many of his listeners ing the case:. we' know -. rs.s.w -
joint birthday dinner given at hla W. Hazen and the late Mr. Hazen I that Brazil is much larger bound to like it. Florida settlement was I-, VY a.t1 TERs
UyJHOME of Brooker and of Mrs. D. W. Kel- than White I
country home in honor of Mra the United States The Fruit Cnk Pensacola, six years before St.
: J Carrie Smith, 61 and her son, Ca r- ly and the late Mr. Kelly of New speaker was introduced by the 1 lb. butter Augustine St. Augustine, however I MENS- \\OOI.
NKECFOR' ,1 roll, 37. River will be Interested to learn Rev.. Laurie G. Ray district missionary 1 lb. flour I ia the oldest city in the United I Sweater Jackets
1 Ib.
secretary, of Jacksonville. pineapple
Thetuesla/ began to arrive at of her marriage to Mr. Frederic Other speakers for the eveningwere >i lb. orange peel States with unbroken occupancy $1.95 to $3.95
nine o'clock and after receiving n Fouts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin 1 lb. established with great pomp]
the Rev. D. T. M. act- walnuts
Boyd
Agree] hearty welcome by the minister Louis Fouts of Jacksonville, and ceremony in 1563D01'116 n'O
on 2 IF.NoI'1IU! .
tsp.
ing presiding elder of the Jacksonville baking powder ?ilIlI.,:?.
and his wife,
tb they were conductedon Wednesday November 23 at 4 2 ALL WOOL
4
tinof a tour of the farm. The strawberry o'clock in the nfternoon. The ceremony district; the Rev. Mr. Ray, 1 Ib.grated coconuts I Slip-Over
?i'i'1r who dinciiased the new study book sugar Sweaters98c
NOTIfM IS
w flpld was greatly admired was solemnized in the home IlKUKHV: C11VEN to
1 ,
that Is to be Ib. cherries All crtMlltorM .
to of
presented the the Hvlate: of J. V
bornejcharactr ,I and justly so, for there Is none of the bridegroom's grandparents I church shortly; and Mrs. R. H. IVa Ibs. citron ,//OIIKH. d..(M>iiKf>cl, to file your claim
''t better In Sumter County. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Den- 1 Ib. uiralimt the Estate. with 10. K IVr
Perry district secretary of the pecans ryrrmn. County JuilKa .
wlthhi
!
eight
SIENS'
fjfar too 1 i Dinner was served on the ]lawn. ham. 709 Lomax St.. Jacksonville Woman's Missionary Society, of 1 lb. almonds month. from the dutr> < hernnt or the AMVOMKNV
;><1de fed sof The tables, decorated with seasonal by Dr. Albert C. Holt pastor of Jacksonville.Mr. 1 cup brandy M'une111 It"1 barred, by Slnlutf. ot Cotton Sweaters

fmpo1 flnwprH.. were heavy- with -rood the: First Prpnhvfprlnn. __m.. Chu nn.,'rh. Ray had charge of the meet- 16 egg whitesTo t.lmll"tlon"r" ..-no"and nil J.:"..debtors.."11'1". ,10, ??,' i Slip-over' and (',,:11 'r, >,I..,

ky to pu l country food served in the old- After spending some time with Ing and Was introduced by the mix this cake, bent half of J-2-H-12-23.: J:TIIIoI. JONES. 1oX""UII": < 98c

F eratione i fashioned help-yourself-style. Ice theIr guests at the reception, which Rev. Frank Robinson pastor of whites add sugar sift baking
. along 11f, cold cane juice was served throughout Immediately followed the powder and flour
'' ceremony the Starke Methodist Church, who two or three UICUI-lt nv, SMALL ('IIII.
> ,
PI ta
ed. man t I the day and a wonderful time Mr. and, Mrs. Fouts left for prefaced his remarks in introduction times. Cream butter well, mix in MtTICIO 1'0 ni.irvnovn,pr'":,,It Cotton : x
*I t Horn was had by all. a t wedding trip to an unannounced by an address of welcome to flour and the other egg whites Rnrhrach To Henry If living"'rl.,1,,man, Hn
;, .Florid '' Among the many guests were destination and upon their return the visiting: ministers and to the last after cake is well beaten heir, devl euN. and and grantee 1C dead the of
several 4 the_following relatives from Brad- they.. will. make their home In congregation. Mrs. Smith Bald perxonx and all... pnrtlea. rlalm-"
bakes
''' : her cake in InK IntoruN'N IIn"ft.._ _d''.''. ,.,..___,_,.u. -
'metbodi -- --- n. -
loru County: I soutnslae, Jacksonville. I a very slow oven for around ten 'rludnlUn. and Holiert IluchrHch,"d...-
of the p' Mrs. Effie Johns of Starke, Mrs Sunday School Class hours. However she thinks that erased property, or hereinafter otherwise, In. unit to the A COMPLETE LINE OP

t,' t.UbllL, /' I Gladys Carter and young son, Dalton Carter and little daughter;, lias Enjoyable Party two hours in a moderate oven and You' and each or yoU described are hereby:
II in the 1.recipes Richard of Lnwtey Mr. and Mrs. Louise of Lawtey. six hours in a slow oven might be filed notified his. that K. n. Whit-head ha.
sworn Bill of
Miss Gloria Buford and Miss sufficient. against Complaint SHOES
you
*" defendant
In the
convent'r amt 's 4, June Hall were hostesses Tues KI: *nth Jndlrlal Circuit Court In and
housew ,{ { day evening: at the home of the Mexican for Bradford' County Florida. In
comes LEMON PEEL former when they entertained We've Fudge rncrrh,,for certain the purpose; of fore FOR TilE ENTIRE !
been trying for a long mortgage from FAMILY AT THE
buslr J' ORANGE members of the "Ever in- era M..Hay and wife. to i'mil! Brolli-
lj I.LB.25c Ready"
time to .
GREEN'S STORE find the recipe for Mexican Inc., recorded In Mortgage' MOST REASONABLE
A. a termediate girls' class of the Baptist fudge and at last we've found it. Record Hook 6. on of said pane 165 of the Public PRICES
ed ort Sunday School at an Informal County, encumbering -
Mrs. W.
H. the
Hart made following
some for IIonrlb"d l
.
tion gig : pi party. Chrysanthemums and other the P.-T. A. Hallowe'en erty, to-wit: prop.
Carnival
,
did aya 1 I'ISE.\I'PLE. Cash & Carry Fall flowers were used in decorating nnd N.n,1\ !Sl' very graciously gave us the 2JiRi Jjy/ NEW LINE OK
: / of 8E''1. LADIES COMPLETE .
Glaef'll !NllrlrlCIIE111LlFS the home. < LINK:
buatnesiCila f 3 33(1 3 C ; recipe for the paper. WW.\ Sii' of NWW and the Mw"!-;
wit ( 1 Plans were made for the dIs- "''f the SWI4' of SWU, of Sec! SILK WINTKKUNDERWEAR
1 Ib. dates 23:' DRESSES
.
STARKE FLA. : Sly au. '
and t J tribution of Christmas baskets and N NK.. KH:' of
1' h. WVI. of
Fey LB. 1 Ib. nuts H<1e. 22; all In Town-
Ing mo t also for a Christmas party to be Nhip 7 South' Range 22 F.llet, In
their j'', 1 1of I given at the home of the class 1 Ib. sugar And Jiratlford l County Florida; $1.98, $2.98, $4.95
1 It FOR
+ KNTIIIK
% milk appearing by FAMILY
said
resourc ; .-r'\I! GUAU.\NTEED .... .... teacher Mrs. G. A. Anderson. cup Complaint.- that the r..I".n, .Bill,_d "of, I --
After playing novel bell: milk and sugar together in( Cam' pal.tha are unknown nod that; Goon \ '
all many games SI'Olt'1'1IENTlUES
Wl 3. v.VT. i; Y') 1'r4d'i ii t' t-Iour 24 lbs. 55c the guests were served refreshments a sauce pan until a good soft ball year you. ,are. IT each IS "UI'1IHI'I'ON over I : the :age OROFHD of 21- Goon ,\SSOJtTIJo s'r

., d4ni'Lk"rte u ; I of hot dogs, sandwiches potato will form when tested in cold wa therein that i I the you Rule appear to the Bill FELT HATS BLANKETS98c
chips and hot chocolate, ter. Remove from fire, add stoned Uny In January"
; hf,;,; ikY by Jan'lary' 2. 1939. and that
pf resent ; Mrs R. C. Buford Mrs. Ben Hall, dates and beat until mixture Is you of (Coinplalnt thereafter, answer Bald nil) I'AKT WOOI.SU1.1.. UOOl
/ HOME GROUND and Mrs. Letie well creamed. Then add or rile other pload-'
InN'
I,;woman i 1'' Stilley. chopped 'hfreln. aa required, by I.,"". PRICES llBASONAItu:
GRITS 10 Lbs. .20c Class members nuts saving a few halves for the 0' decree confeHio
Tin* lntteiation f MEAL, 10 Lbs. 18c enjoying the par- be entered. .gllioot' pro will
J't, 1 ty with Gloria and June were: finished roll, and stir in well. .\ VhiT Is 'IJHTIIJoH| you: ; OROFRFD 1
S L1J.S. Sara Barefoot :Margaret When mixture stiffens pour on a thai order> he Published CLOTHING
Gilpin,
J whlch ** ; U each once
j ; week
b@tng o7v ,kf1 + ONIONS ._ n__, lOc/I SUGAR, 5 Lbs. 23c Shirley Morgan Georgia Gilpin. formed damp towel by and shap in a roll weeks prior for to January tour consecutive 2, 1939, In
,'8 r Ellen Mersereau, Muriel Hall Car- rolling towel around it.
i gl
png- R'' ; r olyn Green. Alice June Harding, Press nuts on the outside of roll, MENS' SUITS
'
FANCY and Mrs. G. A. Anderson. let cool and slice as if cutting Jelly XMAS )IESS'I.L .
j oixserV; i {h roll. TREEORNAMENTS Z WOOL 16 OZ. BLUE :SERGE. :
1anatrr! : : Rice IOSFi 16cr SPECIAL FOR CASH ONLY
IDS. Mrs. L. A. Canova PresidesAt '

Woman's Club Mccting Presbyterian Church S $ t5.95STUDENT'S


;l :ma 1' lfi.fi..;;i r CROPPRUNES COMPOUND I i I Mrs. L. A. Canova, president of I Scene of Thanksgiving II"" SUITSALL

: J the Woman's Club of Starke. pre- ServiceThe I 0
WOOL
Lb. S LARD Lb. lOc DOITBLK-BREASTEI
c sided at the regular program and .c
Presbyterian Church L11f1 WORTH $25 SPECIAL AT
social was d
meeting of the club held
f Cn.VNBEiv{ ; PUKE GROUND the scene last
Wednesday of a
last Wednesday afterooon at 3:30 $19.95
:
I SAUCE, 2 for 25i COFFEE, Lb. llc 1 o'clock In the club building. Mrs. beautiful and impressive Thanks-
giving Service conducted
1 -r N. D. Wainwright Jr., by the 0u
secretary Starke Ministerial Alliance .4 >u Good Quality Felt Hats 98c
K"V ROUND ORt of the club, read the minutes of 0 ,
the last meeting and Mrs. C. A. Decorations characterized by Better Grade.. _$1.95 to $4.95
I STEAK SIBLOIN 15cb Knight transacted her duties as dignity and simplicity formed the
setting for the following
Inspiring You Can Save
treasurer.
f, LB. program: Complete Line Of By Trading At
Preceding the program a short
"' Prelude. LIGHTS, TINSEl.. ICE-
business meeting was held at which
,b RID BEEF PORK time Mrs. L. A. Davis gave Welcome to Congregation and to CYCLES ETC. Alexander & Co.

( STEW, Lb. tOe STEW, Lb. 121/2c port on the sectional meeting are-I' The Frank Rev.Robinson.Dr. C. C. Adama-Rev. CARPENTER'STHE
In South Jacksonville on
', PURE YORK S\IOKED! Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald of Invocation-Rev. L. G. Hem- REXALL STORE B. E. HATFIELD, Mgr.

SAUSAGE, Lb. 20c SAUSAGE, Lb. ttc mother of Mrs. M. F. Brown, was mingway. :.III ,
welcomed to the club by the president -I Congregational Hymn.
4 1''' x xd'k xe Mrs. Canova. Mrs. Fitzgerald Respopslve Reading led by the Ji o. O O, '0- ODO

{ s PORK CHOPS ::::::' \'I5c 1 gave her a pleasure brief response at being, expressing at,-* ,Rev.The Dr.President's Adams.' Proclamation 01:1001:10 C Onu

the meeting.A Rev. L. A. Shepherd.Thanksgiving i

selected chorus from the Girls' Prayer-Rev, Fred 0

rn1cK; CHEESE lb. t5c B. H. S. Glee Club sang two numbers Yerkea. .
S6 tl (" STEAK, lb tIc "How Can I Leave Thee?" Congregational H mn! 0p
t' I and "Darling I Am Growing Old." Offering for Orphans (for Chil

.:_, N 1 ..a Q Concluding: the program were dren's Home Society).
I OLEO Lb. t2I.U.
} MEAT lb tOe two piano duets "The old Re- Anthem "God Of Our Fathers"
,n. in Gm frain," (Kreisler) and "Bourree" -Combined choirs of Starke 0f

?. kr fir, 1 l11 l11e I .\ .\ (Bach), played by Mrs. H. V. churches 0 / 0
I Sermon, "Let
Knight and Mrs L. A. Canova. Us Give Thank1

i\ COOKING OIL Gal. 76c Delicious. refreshments.- were -Rev.Anthem.Robinson."0 Praise The Lord"- 0
served aurmg me social nour oy
Combined choirs of the Starke
the hostess committee composed of
,t I I I.I I. the following: Mrs. M. F. Brown churches. 0 THRIFTY But
11 r TALL PL"'lK' CAN PEANUT Congregational
r Hymn.
Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs. L. D. ,
\\ SALMON tOe BUTTER, 2 Lbs. 20c I Vinlng Mrs. M. B. Herlong. Mrs. Benediction.Mrs. r
I I Edward Burns, Mrs. Hlldabelle E. M. Davis was the or- DRESS UP INSIST ON QUALITY p!
NO. 2 CLK BROOKFIELD Bence Miss Evelyn Stump Mrs. F. ganist and Mrs. K Q. Duncan the

TOMATOES, 6c BUTTER, Lb. 35c F. Stump and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. pianist for the evening. service. o YOURPACKAGES YOUR GIFTS WILL THEN
w- BRING THEIR
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I k kw1 U. D. C. Will Meet cient Determined monopoly.to pa retain.,Ui.. Bilk their<.industry an-- e WITH OUR FULL MEASURE OF HAPPINESSSPECIAL

Y I .t 4 + t HENS LB. IRe 8 FRYERS LR. 21e With Mrs. ChapmanThe the Chinese prohibited the ex- TilE SEASON'S

W. T. Weeks Chapter United i port of silk wormsTjntll: the fourth XMAS I SMARTEST p

Daughters of the Confederacy, j century A. D.SOLVED. XMAS '
( BAUD JERSEY will meet Wednesday December I(I I WRAPPINGSBE CARDS 12 CARDS 0o
7th at 3:30: P. M., at the State 25c oa
.
1 DRESSING 20c Corn Flakes 5c & ENV
Qt. Farm at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I
L. F. Chapman.. Hostesses: Mrs. !

q l'II.LSU1"UY 3 LOAVES Chapman Mrs. Marcus F. Brown LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CHENILLE ROBES ______ ... $8.fl
HANDKERCHIEFS _
IIr1L FLOUR 20 Lbs. 70c BREAD 25c and Mrs. Ethel M. --- --- --25c to $1.00
}. Biggs. The Gift Problem j GOWNS OP ALL TYPES $1.082.903.003.00 ALL WOOL ROBES _____ .u $5fl8.

Called MeetingAll SLIPPER SATIN NEGLIGEES______$5.98 and MAIDEN FORM BRASSIERES. $1 1 )0) 0

; Beans G. NOUTIlEltN lb 41 members of the Woodman '? With A !G U HANDBAGS of every type & color, $1.00 to 3.00 up VANITY PAIR UNDIES PAJAMAS.. 0 I
g B. e ti: TWIN AND SLIP-OVER GOWNS, SLIPS IN A WIDE RANGE 0
: \S Circle are asked to meet with Mrs. "ZippitrrBRIEF SWEATERS____$1.08 up OF PRICES
A. J. Grlffls, president and Mrs.
r L. S. Hutto, secretary at the hall ai HOSIERY BY LARKWOOD
Macaroni 2 for 5c CORN 3 20c DRESSES
cans Saturday night Dec. 3, at eight A Most Acceptable Gift FOR THE GIRLS

\ S CANS MAXWELL HOUSE o'clock. Plans for a Christmas .CASE 3 PAIRS OF HOSE, In a Fancy From 1 to 100
party> will be discussed. Gift Box __$2.50 and 0
------------- 3.25
it r SPINACH, 25c COFFEE, Lb. 25c SURE TO PLEASE ALL p I J 1% .THREAD as advertised in Vogue A Choice Selection from the 0

i i p. Townsend NoticeThe PROFESSIONAL MEN A dream In sheer Jovellness_..______$l.M 0
> BUSINESS l< )IENSTUDENTS GUARANTEED Run Proof a new weave Leading Stylists
( regular of the Town-
l : t Scratch Feed bag $1.65 send Club will meeting be held Monday. ; that doea not sacrifice sheernellS$1.M In all sizes and ranging: in price from
C1 I 3 THREAD real sheer beauty__________$1.00
night Dec. 5, at 7:30: o'clock In 'I. In Brown 4 THREAD, for unequalled service $1.00 to $_?500
the court house. Important matters or Black and individual beauty __--________ ,'9
: :. Agent For are to be considered and a As Low A8 >> All the Smart New Shades A Gift of lasting appreciation 0
hM'.i large attendance !Is expected.
[p I -
GIFTS OF ALL TYPES. LATE 0
NOVELTIES

"tr 1 TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO. WAKH Does you Bladder I:IT Jt'Irritation. not normal $3.50 >> SPECIALTIES FOR THE CHILDREN. AND INDIVIDUAL FLOWER 0

: : ; It* nature's warning "Dancer SOME ITEMS AS LOW AS 25c
yYg ki Ahead." Your 25o back K this 6-day SEE THEM NOW"'AT Ic ARRANGEMENTS
tt does not help nature flush ex-
Better CLAR
r l' Quality Cecil. acid and other wastes from the j JEAN SHOPPE I FOR
THE
'tl. I 1t'1 kidney Exceaa aolde can cauee the BRADFORDCO.

P 7 }41 ; Get Our Low Prices Before Buying Irritation nlfftita frequent resulting or in scanty g-ettlne flow up I TELEGRAPH PHONE 97 EVERYPURPOSE
{ ( burning, backache or lea: palm. Ju.t I I
ay Bukete (J5o) to any drugrBlat. STARKE. FLA.
X't c) :
1 Locally at Carpenter'* Drue Store. o.onot- ....oao-oaotocoor" =_0
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,n.\\' DECEMBER. 2, 1958 .. _. .. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARIE FLORIDA PAGE FIVB
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'r- I Miss' Martha Brownlee 'at Jacksonvllle I Miss Virginia I FugaU spent the I I r 1- Dr and Mrs. B S. Carroll and Miss Arline Mann left Thurs Miss Essie Coleman" and MUs

spent last week<>nd here \I Thanksgiving holidays Jacksonville |, baby, Cornelia and Miss Lola day afternoon for Coronaila, Cal.. Arline Mann spent Thanksgiving
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J as the uncut of )II.T brother Long of Jacksonville wore Thanks- for u. month's visit with relatives. Day in Lake Butler with Miss: \ : ...
Bits of M. Brownlu'C. in-law and sinter. Mr and Mr A I| giving Day guests of Mrs. Car- On the way she will visit points Coleman'a brother and iister-ln- i '
I SpencerMr. roll s and Miss Long's mother, ; of interest In Pensncola and New law :Mr and Mrs. O. W. Coleman. 'r "r
Mrs Q. W. Alderman, Mrs. S. Mrs. F. H. Long. Billy Long, whoIs 'Orleans' La. From California Miss I j' .j.',
P. Vundlvlera and son, Fitner, and the of Mann will ')
attending University go! to Washington byWay .
and Mrs. Fredrick Black of 100cards Nnns /
Among a
Lca1 Nevh'' Miss Essie Coleman spent Friday burn Florida Gainesville, was also a of Los Angeles and Chicago. I group ( .$
of durIng two
In Jacksonville.Miss Tampa were guests there arc always one or \
I guost at this family gathering.
the Thanksgiving holiday of I that stand out. Let. yours be that; I. ;,
OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Mrs. Blackburn's parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews kind this year. ,See samples of I :'l'
CONCERNING Lucille Kennedy spent the If
will leave for Orlando
I Saturday
Mrs. W. A. Colley. the Telegraph's- fine selection at; : J
OF THE COUNTY ANn TOWN Thanksgiving holidays In Baxley, where they will visit their son-in-
PROGRESS Ga., with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. (UR9_WS; law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs.H. once. t 1 '
F B. Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. W.. A. Couver. B. McLendon. Mr. Matthewswill I. (i'
I Mr. and Mrs J. E. Murphry' and leave Orlando Sunday for St. It is estimated! that a tingle {4f t
son, James Edward all of Palatka, AT CARPENTER'SAny I Petersburg and Lake Worth to giant puff-ball contains seven trillion ,t >i;
I L A Davis spent Monday The W. C. T. U. will meet with were guests Sunday .of Mr. and attend hearings of the Florida spores, yet this fungus la not t.,
,am.Jacksonville. Mrs. F. A. Scott Friday afternoon CHl ACSCAui'ENTER'S Mrs. V. B. Harrell. business. or professional. I I Railroad Commission common. ',!,:' Cj
at three o'clock. -
briefcase
man will appreciate a Zlpplt
1 ? Mr. and Mrs A. D. Williamson t:>
Mann spent SuturlacksonviHe. AT : for Xituw. Priced an low nil DID YOU ENJOY "LOVE FINDS ANDY :
IffiM Arline of Bradenton and J. C. Rlcharde of
The Rev. and Mrs. Frank Robin-
Tel
$3bo: at. the Bradford County
ay In I son and son, Frank, spent Fridayin Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Struth, spent Miami were guests during the egraph. THEN YOU WILL WANT TO BE (nutn:1|! :1
Jacksonville last week-end in DeLnnd as guests Thanksgiving! holidays of Mr. and 1
'
!
Clyde'une of Brooker was a of Mrs. Struth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop. I OUT WEST r
visitor here Tuesday. Mrs. K. G. Duncan and children Mrs. J. H. Tatum. Mrs. W. E. Middleton spent sev- .
uses Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald has eral days in Jacksonville this week i1 M 1.1
and R. F. Theis spent SaturdayIn ,_ -?
mil' Met L. H Jennings Jacksonville. Mrs. E. M. Thomas is spending ed to her home In Tampa return-// with relatives. While there she attended ; y
Dr W rlnesday in Jacksonville. this week in Palatka with her spending two weeks here the marriage of her nephew TYE IIARDYS 7 : .
ant ; :
L. A. Davis spent Monday In brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Hon-ln-law and daughter, Mr. and William Quentlne Dowllng, Jr. ,
I. e/| beautiful new ChriHt- Fernundina with his mother, Mrs. Mrs. T. E. Strunge. Mrs. Marcus F. Brown. son of Mr. und Mrs. W. Q. Dow- I'oSlJ".i'i '
|lilt
t ( BEGINNING) ON I'AOK 7 OF THIS ,
I ling, and Miss Esther Grooms. The
at low price .
portraits very Mary A. Davis.
l.mo,It """It. \\'(' urn> busy, If )';: want to order from the I Mra. W. E. Middleton Miss ceremony was performed In the 12 HILARIOUSLY ( CIIAI'TEH; 'jI
HOOVER BROS. STUDIO, Miss Bobbie Ross of Jack.tonvllle Telegraph'; rliTtlon of really Madgn Middleton. Mrs. E. L. Matthews Springfield! Methodist Church .- __ h
Sturke, Florida.I spent the week-end here with her "different"! Xiiuis cards, you rnurtl, and Marjorie Sue Middle- Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. I, .i
father, R. O. Ross. 4)0) NO at OU"'" Tho quality of ton visited the Marine Studios nenr THE DAY OF THE HOME-BAKED :{.' _,

I Mrs i ;ieorge B. Flynn and son, I these. cards iiiaUen several weclas! St. Augustine last Friday. The Rev. C. B. Dawsey mis- jswt FRUIT CAKE '-) ", .
fOrge Ir. spent Monday In Jack- Miss Margaret Wainwright of of preparation neeeMMury. sionary to Brazil Dr. P. M. Boyd :
The Rev. Frank Robinson will : ;>iI
IS PASSED! :
Lawtey the of
ovUle was holiday guest presiding elder of the Jacksonville ", ,, .
Miss Elmo Murrhee.Mr. Congressman and Mrs. R. A. spend Tuesday and Wednesday of .
iMra P M. Barefoot and Mrs.J Green attended the Florida-Auburn next week In Quincy attending district, Mrs. R. H. Perry, district f. 'I ...

J J Oren> spent Monday In Jack- and Mrs T. K. McClane football game In Jacksonville. Sat- the Tallahassee District Confer- secretary of the Woman's Mission HOUSEWIFE THE SMART.. BUYS ;.
of the Methodist Church.
--nvllle. and son, T. K. Jr., spent Sundayin urday afternoon. ence ary Society, and the Rev. Laurie i1 ER'S FROM THE I 1.' '
Gainesville with relatives. Q. Ray, district secretary of missions i i *
M"s." T. J Griffin and Mrs. Car- Mrs. P. A. Dampier and daughter of Jacksonville, were here A&P '
t JackMiss Mrs. and Mrs. A. I. Spencer of Julia Marie, of High Springs, IIE Monday night when Dr. Dawsey ,''Ir. .I.
Jacksonville were guests Tuesday were week-end guests of Mr. and spoke at the First Methodist .it> r'
of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley. Mrs. W. P. Smith. AT CARPENTER'S': Church. 1 POUND r "
Johnnie Russell spent the 39c ,
.-k-end In St. Augustine with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hart spent Mrs. B. Jacobs is spending this Hugh Troxler and sons, Lindseyand 1h 1 a
!latives the week-end In Jacksonville as week In Jacksonville with her son- Donald Troxler Barnes Dog. .
-- -- guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Hart. in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. gett, and Gordon Power, all of FOR ALL FORMS OF l 2 POUND ;
Met O. L. Haynes and Misspe Clarence Nussbaum. Brownssummit N. C., were 75c ", ''i''" ;
Haynes spent Tuesday In I I Mrs W. M. Wimberly spent the Thanksgiving Day guests of Mrs. : INSURANCEPLEASE J.,, '. .
..cksonvllleUJflllTrlDS week-end In Orlando with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee anddaughter Emmn Murphry.Mrs. \ O' 1
5 POUND !
Wimberly who is stationed thl'1'e.1Qt Madge spent Thanks-
giving Day In DeLand with Col. : a. S. Dowling und daughter ; PHONE lift $1.79 :
and Mrs. J. K. Futch. Miss Nettle Dowllng. Mrs. W.

Q .AO G,PAP RAT Friends of H. H. Young will be spent S. Stroman Thanksgiving and/: H Day H. Stroman In Jacksonville HAROLD WALL FKKSII: NAKED .\NU.

I glad to learn that he Is improving n.i. guests of Mr.\ and Mrs. Ii Agency HEAVY WITH CHERRIES, A & P iii t i ;;
after being confined to his James Godbold. I
CARPENTER'SMiss : home because of illness. I'Il' NUTS AND ALL OTHER 1 N. x, PRKVATTMGK.' ::
----- ..- I .\gl'Y. Esl.; Over 50 Years .
QRE SURE f fR Alma Murrhee was the Mrs. Bertha I'earce returned to Charles at The William Citadel Chalker Charleston, a student S.-Il DELICIOUS INGREDIENTS Q'f i f t

guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright her home here Monday after enJoying C., spent the Thanksgiving holidays I' ,1
In Lawtey ThanksgivingDay. a visit with relatives in here with his mother. Mrs. gBHKnBnHBBBiniWBBBBnBBVlDnnsVBVBVHHBHHUMiVBVHnMMHs T>\
.
SALEFour wheel buggy Oakland! Park and Miami. C. W. Chalker and grandmother, tI-

-IUd bedstead.part of See harness.W. G.Also Starr a sin-at of Mr.Clearwater and Mrs.were W. guests H. Hoffman last Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Varnadoeof :Mrs. A. M. Darby.N. Five Free Turkeys Xmas Eve 8P.M. p I, ;: .

Palutka .
were Thanksgiving Day T. Rltch a student of EmoryatOxford. -
iidrnce of Effle Gnann, Starke.
week-end of Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
guests of Mrs. Varnadoe's partnts.MI' Oxford Gu., and <
P Wall.A and Mrs. \V. P. Smith. Tommy Hitch of Jacknonville spent t '!I "
25-3tp FRUIT CAKE :

OB) RENT Furnished house In E. Wall and Eddie Coffee of Roy Harrell, son of Mr. and Mrs the Thanksgiving their mother, holidays Mrs. Carrie herewith T MATERIALOrange '

Starke Modern Conveniences. Jacksonville were guests Thanks- V. B. Harrell spent the Thanks- Ritch, and :Mr. and Mrs. T. J.Griffin lip Grocery : t.
giving Day of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Op ;. .
e lira J W. Morgan or More giving holidays In Palatka and Peel, Lb. 29c ; ,
Store. Starke. It Jacksonville with relatives.
: Wall.Mr. Mrs. T. N. Kendrick, returned FRIDAY & SAT., NOV. 2 & 3. 1938 Lemon Peel, Lb. 29c ;rl' r
'R SALE Choice Missionary; and :Mrs. A F. Sauls spent Mrs. E. J. Dowling and son, Tuesday from St. Petersburg aft- Citron Peel Lb 29c 1.1. i
Strawberry Plants--none better, Sunday in Lake City as guests of Ernest Dowling, Jr., spent Thanks- er visiting her son-in-law and ,
Je to name, $2 per 1000.-J.rllng Mr.. Sauls' slater Mrs. Myrtice I giving Day in Brooker as guests daughter. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Gib' ORANGES Sweet Doz. l lOc tnc 39c n :
Juicv. edtlpleLLLb.:
& Son Judsonla. Ark. Hawthorne I of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Dyal. son. She was accompanied home ; in_ ,.
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"" "'''\0 ,
by Mrs. Gibson and son, Billy and t' "
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Young, who Miss Eunice Gibson. W. Raisins, Lb. lOc t; .

NAT SEZ: have been occupying the Truby ONIONS Fancy Yellow 3 Lb lOc Currants pkg. lOc 11 i
house on Cherry St. have moved Miss Harriet Bishop a student S. "' :.
What make a man lay up In bed Into the Presbyterian manse. at Southern College In Lakeland, Dates, pkg. lOc fi' 1

and freeze all night, when all he Howard Hardee of Fernandina Betty and one Jo of Frazier her classmates of Ft. Lauder-Miss lOc .
nan to do Is and get Home COCONUTS Fancy Lge. each 5c Spiceapkg
get up spent the Thanksgiving holidayshere dale will spend the week-end here i :
t more cover? That's what tutpprwd as the guest of his uncle and with Miss Bishop's parents, Mr. I
to me the other! night, and nwylie aunt Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop. COUNTRY HIST i

It happened to you too. Anyway, FRESH GREEN CABBAGE each 5c 1\\
hpr..'.. I'IOlnl'jtOO.1/ advice. Comedown Miss Mina Manassa spent the Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Register of PEAS CORN 1I. .
to our Store and get one of Thanksgiving holidays In Atlanta Lake Butler spent Thanksgiving or ,
Ga., with her brother-in-law and here with their son-in-law V"
those Tart Wool Blankets for Day and
$1.98. Put It on the bed before sister Mr. and Mrs J. P. Burns. I daughter. Mr. and Mrs. )l. A. Law- GRAPEFRUIT 2 for 5c Cans 25c "
you get In and let the rent of the son. They were accompanied backto 1t1.j j t
world KO by- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall of Tallahassee Lake Butler by Charles and: "
tha Elizabeth who I'KKMIEK FANCY !)4 '.
spent Thanksgiving Lawson spent the p
holidays here with Mr. Wall's par- week-end there. Balla Balloon Self-Rising 24 LBS. : :
ents, Mr. and Mrs, W. L. Wall. SPINACH
W. R. Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. ;

Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Hollster of T. T. Joyner and family, all of
FT JOIJR 50erd'a 1.,1
Tampa and Mrs. William Lowman Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. Victor No. 21-2 en lOc 'Ii
Thomas .
painaavitle "" .... """Aal._ W edneaof of Gainesville and Mr.
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"WOWA
day of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley.Mr and Mrs. J. D. Mills and family of

1 a/ and Mrs. R. C. Buford and Green Thanksgiving Cove Springs Day of Mr.were and guests Mrs. 12 Lb. Sack : : 27c HITTERS F'jl

A. J. Wilkinson. . PORK & BEANS
daughter! Miss Gloria and Mrs.


guests Lettie -of Stilley relatives MONOGRAM. were In Jacksonville.week-end cards\\'....better have lint If reaNoniilile than you aterage Insist' .priced on we something Xmas have- TOMATOES No. 2 size can 6c 1 Lb. can 5c '1 1 .p


that kind too. Order your line engraved .JEWEL OR PURE WHOLE GRAIN
a cards from the Bradford FULL CREAM
J5FARD5VIIILE
.I County Telegraph. LARD RICE I 1 1I
I I CHEESE Lb. 17c .:

\ YOI' WAIT II I Lb. 5 Lbs. i'
AT CARPENTER'SMr. lOc 17c
'I t I B T.UIJ'1.lJ)

and Mrs. V\.. M. Wainwright I '
and family of Tallahassee spent I lit nnut '." I "'iTJ'J"ACKEU PACKAGE MACARONI I: J

the week-end at Klngsley Lake t hq [ill a t d !i r ,.
with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, I ( Y DIXIECRYSTALSUGAR,5Lbs,24c '
Jr. I 3 Boxes lOc "


Mrs. R. A. Green and small son, |I! j TIP TOP COFFEE Vac. Lb. 20c 1: .,

a Robert Alexis, spent Sunday after- I I FKKNII WATER GI). 'f i ;':
noon in Gainesville with Mrs. i iI r .
Green's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Y. |I 1 NO. 2"/, CAN MEAL 5 Lbs. 1Oc :.r i

A. Harris. j PINEAPPLE )'
I Half Slices 19c : ; ;
AND The L. T. L. will meet with Mrs. PEARL CORN
MANHATTAN SHIRTS
R. L. Gemp on Tuesday Dec. 6, KEEP fUn :
'
PAJAMAS; at four o'clock. Names will be GRITS 5 Lbs.l 10 C f .
drawn for the Christmas tree at STEW. 3 Lbs 25c 1CHUCK
WiJI make him a wonderful and useful Christmas gift this time. Florence I>IUED' s H: .
ti
Bear us in mind when you begin your Mr. and Mrs. D. B. White of BEEF "

Xmas-shopping. Fernandina, Mrs. A. 8. Manausa Cabinet ROAST Lb. 12c PRUNES Lb. 5c I: ,
and baby. Ann, of Lakeland, were fllcatcr :

SHIRTS are $2 PAJAMAS are $1.95 week-end guests of Mrs. CellaI DRIED '' ', .
I, Manassa.
PORK STEW 2 Lbs. 25c 1.
- APPLES Lb. lOc
Mrs E. M. Thomaa and J. F. $14.50.
It Pays to Buy at Klckllter spent Thanksgiving DayIn upHART FAT DREMSEDHENSlb. ,

in-law Sanford and sister with, Mr.their and brother-Mrs. J. 20c KEROSENE LIBRY'S FANCY 1 i'r': ,* : ;

A. Cunningham. 'i

1r-; problem : Give SLICED BREAKFAST GaL TaW i iBACONLb I'': '

egraph.I3.SO him a at the Zlpplt Bradford brief County cane. Only Tel- !GL URHITlml! F; en 25c lOc 3 Cans 17c


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L' ', rAGR-_. .NX .- .- __._- _. _- ." '_ ___ -- ___ -0==.--0---BRADFORD-..-_ COUNTY TELEGRAPH___.. __' ATARKE.. _, .' .FLORIDA-. ---.--. .- -- --- --- .. _. '___" ._ __ FltIDAV.-- ,IE'E-.- mF. t.'. .'....8
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J Improved Fertilizer I 100TH BIRTHDAY TICK CU \ll'\-\lTI E -
GAINESvlLi.-

Placement I NEWSFLORIDA County Is bt-iiK : I' ""'"
i FARMERS SECTIONNOTES E STATE ., ,'
AGE 8 Are Being F 1k .. .; t. flies quarantine on u, ,'',''lTU,,, ",, ,', '"''"n>
"
tie fever '
GROWERS FACTS IN SHORT PARAGRAPHS 4 tick on, i n, ,, 8t.
OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD ?"" '
GAINESVILLE More I der a new out.,., i iv, ,'?, 'w-

States Bureau ,Ii"i i illlIl,,,, 111111.4'
more farmers who use In'"
"'
NOT ENTITLED / Eight whole count,,', ,, "v
fertilizer are learning from SCOUT .nmn..EE Mr CALL an,1, ,
Hints To Housewives: I RURAL perience and experiment .--.More than 1,000 TALLAHASSEE- state has L of six others in Txu,,. a,H"H, of

COMMON SENSEBy pays to place fertilizer in expected to attend the contended there were "no circum- released the island of l'I'l,], ,. ,(',"II8tl,",

to the side of the seed or Boy Scout stances that entitled Franklin In tho nam, ,?'?1.0, ,, ltu
Th.to
Weekly front Homo Demonstration be held here Dec. 2-4. Pierce McCiill to a second trial now remain In (11I11I.tnlnl", '
ra'her than above below
SPUDS JOHNSON or live i' !'"
Specialist, T counties In "V
the United States -. for the kidnaping of James Bailey Ii'lonoill, !litH

I- 'LEANING GOURDSBy SUCCESSFUL FARMINGIS Agriculture.G. ACREAGE SMALL Cash, Jr., at Princeton last May.In ,. v in Texas, and IIbolll .,,,, nine

MORE COMPLEX IN A. Cumings of the .-Potato grow-, an answer to McCall's appealfor Puerto _Rico._. t
co ; will reduce their 1 reversal of the death sentence .
Kthil Hollonay MANY/ WAYS THAN CITY of Agriculture Engineering I a
District Homo Agrnt 'I that the increased for the coming year as Attorney General George Couper About 41 percent (Itl| lh,. ,? ,

B/J Cleaning is not difficult If hot Farm life has often been referred fertilizer placed in bands to I the low prices received Gibbs told the supreme court there never visible on I ih., ,,?',111 '''" '"

to as "the simple life" because past two seasons. was no necessity for a Jury "be. ----
soapy water and steel wool are side of the seeds or plants ---
HOME / those who live on the farm .-- cause there wall no fact or issue -
used Surface cleaning should be the proper depth has led
'U NEED; done before the cutting takes do not perform with the fast people to believe that the BERRIES TIIRIVR for it to try." L.$ -
FOR tempo of our urban areas nor do .-Sumter County's BUSINESS
place. Gourds float and should be of application is fully as I _
turned over and over so that all they have to contend with manyof ant as the fertilizer itself. crop this season is ex SMALLEST: BABY>IES I J,
Agre be the best and largest i. wr '
.Y surface Is exposed to the hot suds the problems of the city dweller. Because of the prompt PLANT CITY.-.-Eighteen-ounce DIRECTORY

; H honjJTurttag If they are allowed to remain in "The simple life," when used implement manufacturers in of the county Gloria Sue Jones died Saturday PRAIRIE DU CHIEN, Wis. I

tkbe wji one position in the water they wUl In this manner, connotes quietude, oping suitable machines and good rains and favorable night, after making a ten-day fight Still in good health, able to talk -
j
water line. more peace and restfulness, a for her life at the home of her I I
permanent and still
y bornetcharacttj kIi develop a tilizer depositingequipment, and with a clear memory, ,
After remaining In the water greater orderliness of living, and Ings says, growers of several parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Jones. with his original teeth is William
) CAR SHIPMENT: The
f far too i \ about five minutes, the outside somewhat different tastes!! than are jor crops have been able to CITY.--This town has The baby weighed only 20 ouncesat Huard above, who Thumday Nov JM drink)
surface begins to soften and shouldbe found In the city. of birth. The attending physicianand '
advantage improved 17. celebrated his tOOth birthdaywith
/kiered as I the focal point that
"Tls true that farm life Is ,
simpleIn
rubbed with steel worked and
immediately neighbors day
fertilizer. I his
fjt>f Import .. placing of mixed carlots .,_ .. ,____.__ relatives and friends al : _
L _.. "',,,h,, n..tl....... ... h.__. this resopct. but. when considered L .u..L 'L
,.. ... .. "_..n. ,
"fcy topuf' .v'' L. .w. For potatoes the experiments: vegetables for the nigni wun uie tiny LOL Kep1flJ home here where he lives with his :i : everybodyCOCACOLA (
in all ramifications, It Is ,
: subjected to the sudsy bath again hot water bottles tucked around
George.
'raione) ported have indicated that and northeastern son
IB 4t and the scrubbing repeated. Indeed complex perhaps more her and feeding her with a medicine knowli
izers effective
along are most
} the Atlantic Commis-
than life. Nature is
complex city
Gourds should be thoroughly wash- dropper.
ed man : in her placed in a continuous band, Decision to assem- "()()'I'IULLSEASON/ ENDS .
certainly more complex
ed afterwards to remove soap (
2 inches to each side of and :
Home shipments here was I -. "
tendto cut varying moods of give and take UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA.- I 5
which would through
.. ly below the level of the seed CENTENNIAL CELEBRATIONPORT Clri.!
,Florida having this matter un-
and, while the city business man'sdealings I ,
paints Thorough drying In the This week-end brings the finaleof 't
ST. JOE. The celebrationof III
several ;1Ij1 With green beans placement for the last three I -
; are almost entirely with I .....
follow this outside
should
I?Methods sun each side the row gave the the centennial of the adoptionof the University of Florida's 1938
: cleaning. man, it is Nature aa well]) as Man ROT.
S"' of the results. Florida's first state constitutionIn gridiron campaign with the Gators CO.
ys ijH ] with whom the farmer deals. The
,! subiisif% / .{J Cleaning the Inside takes longer. business man have a pretty Placement of fertilizer at ELECTRICITY this city Dec. 7 to 10: next, will playing host to the Owls of Temple : WE ARE -
: good idea of what the stock mar-, rows
|. ; PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS
suds and leave overnight. Be wide in character The and
soapy commissioners army Stadium afternoon. Lead-
recipes ket is going to do and can make tobacco, he explains, city Saturday
convent/' i I sure the gourd is completely filledin its plans accordingly, but the far- gave the best results In operation of navy will each be represented by ing the Owls will be the most celebrated -
housewife order to avoid the water mark. troops and naval vessels and their
electric in football
in the coach college
plant
mer, cot knowing what day or moment experiments CARPENTER'SThe
correipf c ,. After the water is removed: the Nature have one of her States. For this crop the : current from, the respective contingents will play a today, Glenn S. "Pop" Warner, 68-
may
er,bualr* .' tough white lining can be cut 'perverse moods, must plan and be placement has been shown to The local prominent part in the dedicationof year-old, mentor who has been Rexall Store

Aaa .c through in small squares with a ready for any one of many different three inches to each side of operated for thirty the new Centennial building coaching continuously for 44 years. SEE ME BEFORE YOU -
case knife and then scraped clean erected on the site of the ball In WIRE
mdon4 eventualities.To row at a depth of one inch city will purchase cur- .
with a metal spoon. If the gourd at "whole- which the constitutional coventionof Estimates Cheerfully
low the root of the
tion crown plant.
is to be used to hold food further bring forth sustenance from 100 was held. CARD OF THANKS Given
: t the chief and retail it to con- years ago
did Cuminga gives as
ay cleaning Is necessary to remove the soil, the farmer must know I wish to express my appreciation -
buaInem what will best his vantage of side placement of for the beautiful flowers and E. A. WINKLER
the bitter taste. Small gourds can plants grow on LARGER FRUIT CROPS
t1i wit tilizer, the elimination of early .. ..
'14tg g be boiled In soapy water and scraped land, what fertilizers to use, habitsof GAINESVILLE.-Fruit me expressions or sympatny in I
growers Radio and Electric
*ndtha jurious effects of the fertilizer BRINGS 28c Service
while the the plants enemies' with whichhe I will the passing away of my beloved
have
very large ones cant larger crops to market
'
? seedlings and transplants and This week a solid car-
Jog moi ; ) be soaked In hot water and must do battle, the right time husband on Saturday, Nov. 12 --
lot their soapy localization of the plant food Island cotton was during the next few years if present PLUMBING\
j two three times to plant and the right time to har- Mrs Ethel Jones, Hampton.
scraped or to get production
borne
prospects are Prompt Service at
tourc4zent it is readily available to the mills In North
the result. Soda in the last vest, how to handle the crop after out. .
same with the
Compared of
the average/ Reasonable Prices
The best distance between the Plllana & Smith
*r. hot water effective the harvest, and what to do if bad the 8,150,000 tons of coal was mined -
rinsing seems past five
Lon WI ? tilizer bands and the plant or Price of the cotton, years, "significant Let Me Estimate Your Job
t in counteracting the bitter taste. weather or some other natural Increases" in this country during the week
are expected in the
has varied somewhat with No. 1 throughout, pro
beend C. M. RITCH
A thorough sunning is the last force comes along to menace his duction of grapefruit and ending October 15.
r ent and soil conditionsHitler's "This shows the oranges: : ,
_ 4The; J. n4.eeut in crop. In short, he must know his crops lemons.
step cleaning. A more moderate rate of I
Mr Pillans
4i4 4 Finishes for gourds are varied. plants and he must know how to added up that "the mar- Increase is forecast for pears,

man 1d11. The simplest and softest finish is grow them successfully. And, with JewishPersecutions plums, and prunes. Grape produc- '
: stronger now than at
i I a thorough waxing with liquid wax the coming of greater competitionand May l. of the season." I hon: probably will hold up to the To Farmers and Hog Raisers i : I

r ;i from time to time. As the gourd larger and larger production, high level of the past few years, *

1bcIA1 r ages It takes on the rich golden he must be able to Judge prospective Be ,\ ETS EARLIER I and may be increased. WE; WISH TO THANK' YOU FOR THE liBERAL,

jb4Jngo4 kiiL. color so much desired., Crayons___ ___ supply and demand and wherehe ____,,-A TIPW___ fat____ PATRONAGE GIVEN US FOR THE"
? n "
g t have been used effectively applying can market his produce prof- A few weeks ago Adolf : has been Inaugu- I WANTS SEVENTH JUSTICE PAST SIX YEARSWe

'k design but this must have itably. was sitting on top of the world. Atlantic Coast Line TALLAHASSEE-Elwyn Thomas -
t clear shellac sprayed over It. Tempera The farmer must have a knowledge Today his seat may not be Florida East Coast : In his first address since appointment again solicit your continued patronage the coming
at3 r of crops, of machinery, of so comfortable season now opening. With the experience gained these(
may be used In the same the Seaboard Air Line to the Supreme Court,
way. Lacquers and enamels require animals (Including heredity and A riot of violence against the of afford- told attorneys of six West Florida years, we will be in a position to render you better service -

tter ii; a quick and adept hand, but transmission of characteristics). and their businesses morning purpose delivery of Counties that provision should be than in any previous year. We are using the best

L1mI are inexpensive and very effective. of insecticides and fungicides, of Germany have startled the and vegetables at made for a seventh Justice. He salt we can buy, salt known for its mildness and purity.
kmft
_ ? Colored India inks may be used fertilizers and chemistry, economics in recent weeks. Philadelphia and Bal said be believed another member MEATS DELIVERED TO OUR STORAGE IN GOOD CONDITION

of! advantageously. The best effects and many other subjects If Today there are many who fourth morning deliv- should be added to the six-man WILL BE GTUtANTEEDGAINST SPOILAGE

I 1yL with inks are produced if the color he Is going to be successful in developIng der If Greater Germany has court to prevent three-to-three decisions -
.
All Meats kept In storage until cured without extra charge
is applied in very meager quanti- a livelihood from his, ed something that will be hard U"0 that have occurred frequently -

_ ties at two or three different farm. Insofar as his contract with stop. ON RAIN in the past. A proposal to LET US CURE AND SMOKE YOUR MEAT

times. Nature is concerned, he Is Indeed A few weeks ago the world .-A heavy rainfall amend the Constitution to increasethe TillS SEASON

1 t -_ t. I playing the most fascinating and. membered and seemed to to West Satur- court to seven members was
Key
,, OUR PRICES
most daring, of all. i
game submitted to referendum
I British Prime Minister in 1932
In Canada. Belgium and the the threat of a __ ____ '
4j tiI Farming la a good l 1fI! a "Bim.ple' Chamberlain's assurance but failed to pass. DRY SALT CURED ____ I'/jC
_ United States, the annual egg consumption life, but also a life the complexities : would be "peace in our time" in the Island city. SMOKED SALT _____________lYJc

I ,,1. capita. is more than 200 per of which rival if not sur- the Munich accord gave supply. If upon the cisterns cisterns f, "Ec.. Acid cauie BEST SUGAR CURED____________l 'c

; I pass those of all others. It Is very of Czechoslovakia to water must be ob FREE I .I ;vou pal,..Stomach HICKORY S\IOKED'l! c

I Ik satisfying to produce, to farm successfully Poland and Hungary. That was were half-empty Ulcer., Indigestion

k but it is by no means an price of European peace. of lack of rainfall, Bloating.,Gas,Heartburn,Belching LAKE CITY COLD STORAGEConcrete

easy thing to do. On November 1 a Polish than a foot below Nausea,C.t. free sample of UDGA

: youth, Herschel Grynszpan, year. and a free Interesting booklet at Bldg., East Duval St. R. W. Turner Owner
English orlnthologists have determined Third Secretary Ernst Vom CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE,I
that the average lengthof in the Paris German embassy LOSE SUIT

a robin's life is from 10 to 15 the diplomat died two days I A federal ..- .. ,
years. Before dawn the next day I ruled against dam '. ,...,\! 1 ;,, ...- ,. : :t..' .i'i:" ,.,,,,

witt sacked or damaged a thousand : $325,000 sought
Almost any animal will hesItate -
more Jewish stores, principally and parents of 10
to attack if a '
pick
you up '
Berlin but also in other cities. in train-school bus
I stone and make a pretext of
The world has seen
Crescent
City five
ir
throwing it.Beware.
__ of the Jew before. It has seen Deliberating slightly

; grams. It has known of hours, the Jury re
$ r
i Coughsfrom and Italian measures to repress yesterday for the

not suppress the Jews. Line Railroad which
_ _
colds This time clicked
_ common something defendant in 13 .
SA.VBPROPBR'f'Y
the world's mind. President Rc> for $25,000 each,

That Hang OnNo velt said be "could scarcely won ,a similar case 'fl
; ; lIeve that such things could
matter how many medicinesyou In a twentieth century 'YO-oR FISCA.

_________ have tried for your common tion." Millions in England, CHURCH BURNS CO
cough, chest cold or bronchial irritation
_ ,you may get relief now with and elsewhere voiced -The Baptist ,
,
Creomulaion. Serious trouble may against the violence and the $400000,000 was completely de FROM ,
be brewing and you cannot afford fine with which Sunday morning, a
; to take a chance with any remedy
} t less potent than Creomulslon.which punished> her half million Jews being blamed. The .

<*e* u V goes right to the seat of the trouble the shots in the Paris embassy in the roof, by :
EVERY COMFORT and aids nature to soothe and heal Even Field Marshal the congregation, at
t
r the inflamed mucous membranes
(. at ** modm. Onprool koM la tft* .nnd to Jposen and expel erm- Wilhelm Goering was alarmed of the morning ser- .
_4'' bwm ol downtown lockaonrlll. Emytoon 1JI.def1, nsjiifi.m.Even \ the destruction of Jewish was quietly
wife tub oad ikoww. toll wade if other remedies nave failed, and its consequences. He feared ',pastor, and the con
_ adhfc Emy bd with bu>.nprtn mat.mm don't be discouraged, try Creomul- mlgh hamper his four-year dismissed and left
mi MadlBV lamp Bunnlng Its eion. Your druggist is authorized to ,;;
_ _ r,? 4 ,, watar o tnrf Boot.roruLAH. refund your money if you are not to make Germany in an orderly man PRICED thoroughly satisfied with the benefits dependent upon none but protection or water
r COCXTAa LOUNGE
; ,I O'tm_ I_. 5. EOUMO_H.N.U_ word.ask for it plainly, see that the other countries protested done to save the build- the Murphy Act that provides for settlement of
name on the bottle Is Creomulslon taxes delinquent as far back as the 1934 sale and prior,
3 i HOTEL Ch.fl..lsI PA1I1N V HOTIL DttOTO and :you'll get the genuine product repression of the Jews Ninety was estimated at by requesting the Clerk of the Circuit Court to advertise .

r- and tho relief you want. (Adv.) ferent foreign newspapers covered by insur- j i t and sell them. They will be bid In by the property

.,... --- ---:::-- -- tales of German anti-Jewish yblence owners or their agents. The cost is very small and consists ..
12tI -- have been prohibited I -- S of advertising, cost of sale, and search fees. This

_ FUNERAL DIRECTOR sale in Germany. Few statesmen sale will in no wise jeopardize the rights of the owner. I

I Years Experience Slakes It I'oiwlble for Me to Render What will Hitler do? to see Memel By allowing these taxes to remain open on the
_ BIy Many books you are running the risk of having your property
f EFFICIENT, PROMPT: and COURTEOUS SERVICE And will the world do t sold under a tax deed, and in the event of an application -
;
MODERATE PRICES about Germany and the Jews? I world doing about for tax deed being filed against this property

_ f Hitler appears to be L s you will be required to pay the full amount o< the
mu PROMPT:% AND COURTEOUS AMBULANCE\ SERVICE the course he planned. France and even -'A. taxes now due. It wUl then be Impossible to ttle

'? NIGHT PHONE 132 now is greater than European States are arming as under the Murphy Act. Sf ,
DAY PHONE 1 many of before the war. has armed before. The object of this law is to relieve the property
Is likely to cost some- owners of a heavy delinquent tax burden. The act la '10
Hitler
but
colonies .
_ tu DeWITT C. JONES are gone $15,000,000,000 to effective for only a few months longer and at its expiration I.
Starke, Florid pects to remedy that. He 20'-1 the title to property that Is not paid up will C
xt
"them" back. He hasn't said If year. automatically be vested In the State of Florida. Save

I eXDects all the million-odd seeks economic' .T 4'n.'nflfl' .... ...-....tip.. .#.rflm-- a.nntI.notlnn---..--_.. ..* "trb' _"V ..T.n.-..'. -........a'..11".._'-.._- "
A' Eu-
of
__________ miles returned or only part= domination tlon at the Clerk's office at once
_ _ other compensations. the Rhine, the Unit
!
h
c SPECIALYOUR Germany's "Drang nach the British Empire

1 (March to the East) Is on. treaties to devel-

man salesmen are everywhere of world business \ THE MURPHY ACT

_ CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c the countries along the old out in the cold on that


L11 GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORDTO to dream.Bagdad," the old sign or suggestion of ENDS JUNE 9TH 1939A

Nazi sentiment started slowly war, but there ia ten- ,
t PAYSmith's
that
Danzig an area administered ome pressure
the League of Nations. of the British-Ger: WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT

Danzig Is Nazi. It is almost declaration and as sim

a part of Germany. Nazi of policy that
Garage .
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are discuss- : .2.e.I"-.T. .. ....3 '
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I i Ing out to their ranch would do I In advance now," Ray I
UTWEST WIT us all good "He'll have it In an hour
"A ranch' Andy cried Jubilantly "Thanks boss Thin
"Oh. boy'' Pop can I have "i needa water quick""That
six-shooter": s Ray Holt, our :IJurct{

yPE 9 ; I "Will we leave right away ?" Northcote said as the rider ) i iI iI

: Marian demanded tensely, think i ed his horse and r
0APttO FBOMTHS MtTRO, MAYER MCTimi ing of Dennis. Marian gazed after him, I I ah .

lALSEY RAINES I The Judge waved a halt. "Wait fascinated. Andy with a I
ro A a minute. Of ranch Inflated his chest,
course, a PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN
]
METHODIST
thumbs In the '
armholes of
I
ONE means 'roughing It: At that, may- Rev. Fred YerkesSr: Supt. Church School t
,TIIAPTEK cerned, the woman's got to stay and addressed Bill Rev Frank Robinson Supplied by
be it R"v. Dr. Rice and Rector Lrfinnnnte Oarrett ,
would do us good to gowhere Pnator
rurmoli rocked the Hardy house- In the background. A man's got Western drawl. ; FJ K Perryman Kev. Dr. Adams Sunday School Supt. Sunday :Morning
I Cn the kitchen, confusion to do what he feels he should do.That's we can appreciate the Gen Superintendent Organist Mia Ella J. Saiaa Sunday School !:t
I turned the shelves were bare his destiny1"And miracles of luxury we take so "A thousand head of of Church School Mrs E M. DavisChurch Organist 10 O'clockWorship t
Mr. James Carlyle Service
the : ;
for north corral! he Church School
lightly granted. '
School Supt.!
'
I window curtains hroome8furnitu Polly had replied, tensely: "Say, I'm a-goln' to like this ] : 10 A. M.; Roy Mathews Service 11 O'clockSunday Hvenlnrr : .
J e "We should get back to old ]MorningWorship Sunday School .
d ihf dining "Since you always do what you pardner. It's a man's Service II A. M. Church School 10 A., M.Morning Service, 7:30: P. 10(.
I over toward the oven. want to, I hope for sake fashioned virtues. I'm tired of sophisticated ( : venlngT. Worship 10 A M. M.PrayerMeeting Wed
crowded your you ____11 A.
After donning fresh .; 7:1: r. 1
even
IrL.hlv packed boxes dotted the don't modern I Ideas, Marian Service T-SO: P. M. MorningWorahlp
want to ___
see me any more Friday* _7:30: P. M. ,
I living room. And In said, still thinking of Dennis' New stairs, the Judge, Emily : YoungPeople'* 11 A. M. tf I '
the because "
of I'm
not to A. M.
flow going see you. League Meetings Holy Daye.10
all thIs Mrs. York trip Ian rejoined their hosts. The : l'In I /\
of Emily With 6:30 P. M.Prayer
midst dignified' anger, she had BUN, ALLIANCE '
the Mrs. had been In wore a flannel shirt Meeting iE
around Hardy deep
I towel wrapped turned
a and walked
off.
Hardy ; Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. President
:
trousers and a pair of HALLSponsors
about with glazed thought. MISSION GOSPEL TAB.Rpnnaored .
j tiptoed Frank
head Rev.
Mr' F. II. LongOrvanlnt The
her
going to be Western if it
"But James a ranch? Ranchesare RoblnaonVice 'j ,
and
Choir by
Daughter Marian :
eyes Hardy was '
all out West, aren't they?" me! he had exclaimed. Director Mr and Mr, President I (,
tired
biro, Hardy was keyed up, having her tribulations too True, Mr. and Mr. '
The Judge nodded. "Seems to bea too, wore a picturesque Mra. E. K, Perryman, J. T. Quigley. The Rev. Leella
In the throes
for she was J. T. Qulglayruble
Dennis
nervous Hunt had promised to tell that Axalfttant orgranlatT. Rvnng-ellfltla Service ShepherdRecretaryTreaau:! I.
of answered. Eastern style of dress. Director Tuesday evening 7:38: 7:30: o'clock' ___The Rev Fred Yerkea :'
I cleaning while he was In New York. But .
Emily hesitated. "We we Dora was delighted. \
spring morning had, In here she was dragging little admissions -
That don t have any more trouble with you look charming' Florida Methodist Childrens Home
proved anything but a tonic from, him: that debutante he DECEMBER SERVICES
I (fact the Indians do we?" she demanded.The claimed A Christmas
(Orphanage) ; pa-
I of the Hardys, including had met, with all her
gorgeous
(for any entire group broke into "We'll have to keep you AT METHODIST CHURCH geant by the Senior-Young People
I head of the family Judge clothes; those gay times In the I'
the helpless laughter as :Mother Har- decorate the place," Bill -- on the evening of the 18th; a
of cabarets that kiss
!
Hardy, dispenser justice ;
James dy looked around In bewilderment."A frank admission. worshipers as- assistance In the service will be the Christmas tree for the members of
I la Carvel had been called from Dennis had tried earnestly to ranch!" he screamed jumping"A "I'm going to see Methodist singing of a special selection by I the Church School on the 23rd; a \ :
I tu bench soon after court con- explain that it meant nothing to ranch!" he sreamed, jumpingonto bubbled Marian excitedly, morning at 11 the Young People's ChoIr. This pageant by the Intermediate De-
vened II was Aunt Milly, Emily'ailater him. To no avail Marian felt that one of the dining room chairs to them as she made her was one In choir has been practicing for several partment on the evening of the
who made her home with she was playing second fiddle, and and beating an Imaginary horse Bill, amused at Emily's developed the weeks under the direction of 25th. and Christmas themes on the ,
the Hardya, who had interrupted pronouncing the words: "I don't with an imaginary quirt. ment, took her by the arm respon- Mrs. W B. Sewell and will be mornings of the 18th and 25th by
I the session bringing a letter addressed see any particular point In our "Ride 'em, cowboy!" he shouted. "Let me show you superannuated heard for the first time at this the pastor; and on the evening of ,
I to her brother-in-law from seeing each other any more," "Yipee! We're off to the West!" suggested "We'll start of preach- service. A cordial Invitation is ex the_31st a Union watchnlght Ser- "
I Dora Northcote of the Bax: X stalked off. kitchen." mission field, tended to the people of our com- vice will be held in our Church by i 1
Ranch In the southwestern town Only Aunt Mllly was in a state CHAPTER TWO As they left the room, In the munity to attend both the morning the congregations of all the .,
| of .It>dvll1e, bordering on the normal In the The Hardy family watched the turned to the Judge of the Church and evening services. The orderof Churches In our community under I
Recessing the court, the Judge Hardy household this glorious train pull away from the bare lib "Shall we sit down and in the service the service will be found to be the auspices of the Starke Ministerial .
j had slipped Into his private chambers spring day. Both Andy and Mar tile station marked "Medville." James?" she asked. responses. Mrs. Inspiring, the preaching Is basedon Alliance. \ :.

and, with a slight frown, ian returned home with sour ex- There was a moment of doubt "This room was made for beautifully a a profound faith In the authen- You are cordially Invited to iJ
opened the letter. It was written pressions and immediately there within them as they gazed around the Judge answered Long presided ticity of the Scriptures, congregational make this Church your Church F!
[ in a firm feminine hand. was a battle between them for the them at the vast, rolling terrain Just then, Jose, the singing of familiar hyms Is home unless otherwise offlllated In ;t ,
"Dear James" It read. "Are you typewriter: each wanted to put the stretching In every direction, as efficient half-breed house the pastor an- : encouraged and- a warm ana- com- Starke, where a warm and hearty ;, ',.
j gurprispd: to hear from me after finishing touches on their day's far as the eye could see. The platform tered the room. He District Con fortable Church for your fullest reception will be given you, and e ..
all these years? Your radio speech' work. Their scuffling further itself was empty; not a soul white jacket that served as \ be held on De- II ability to worship l ht provided.The where friendly people will make .
on wnter rights has given me the aroused Mrs Hardy. was in sight. The Judge was the of his position Street Church, Wednesday evening service you feel at home In God's house '
courage to ask your help in avery "Stop Itl" she cried with unu- I first to speak. "Mr. Brnxton Is here," the mem- meeting at 7:3O: o'clock will be Come and worship with us. :
I desperate situation. Bill and sual severity. "I'm simply too tired "Well, this !!lIt," he said slowly nounced, while Dora's financial ob presided over by the pastor who J
'
j ] are about to lose our ranch, to have any problem children on Emily was slightly bewildered. pression changed Instantly 100 percent will present an'out of town speaker BAPTIST CHURCH
I not because of money, but because my hand" "It looks so so big', doesn't It In the den," the boy added that time The Mr. H L. Rockwood. Mr. I ock- I It
of water right difficulties." Immediately a feeling of contrition out West?" she asked with a Dora forced a smile as conducted by wood will bring interesting and NEWS 1's
ludge Hardy pondered a mo- swept both children. shake of her head. ed back to the Judge), time the rep- pertinent facts concerning the E l'
ment Dora Northcote had been "I'll stay home all day tomorrow The Judge smiled.) "It's Just a "Bruxton's the man i Woodmen of Stanley Jones foundation and the Regular services will be conducted ..i#
Dora Martin; when Jim Hardy was and help her," Marian vowed. small part of the seven hundred ing to buy our ranch," she Auxiliary were progress that has been made on in the Baptist Church next Sunday !' :.1
a Highly eligible young bachelor. "And I'll beat carpets till I million acres of open country in "Is it on the market" the guests. this marvelous undertaking at both morning and evening. At .
There had been a picnic he drop!" Andy announced grimly. the United States" he announced. asked, in great surprise. I Rev. C. II Florida Southern College Ground the 11 o'clock service the Pastor .
would never forget that picnic. He With the arrival of the Judge, Even Andy was Impressed "I "He's trying to force us from Bra- was recently broken and the erec will speak on "The Spirit of the ;1'
and Corn had lost her Indian dinner began. It wasn't much of a never saw such a wide place that she replied quietly. "But spoke 'I tion of the first building In this Future" In the evening at 7:30 ''
blanket missed the trolley car, dinner Just soup and bread There went on for so long," he marvelled.And can t sell, James Our him million dollar enterprise was start o'clock he will preach on a sub-

were late getting home, and had hadn't been time to prepare much Marian and Aunt Milly, fol- Is here and there's M Boyd, act ed on the beautiful campus of Flor. ject of commanding Importance :. ',.
been good-naturedly guyed aboutit else. And the altitude of all con- lowing his gaze, nodded their reason. Bill doesn't know of the Jackson ida Southern. This is not a money "When Religion Falls ,

for many a day. But that was cerned all but Aunt Milly agreement.The I doctors don't want him ; Laurie O. raising plan but a plan of Informa-I' The Sunday morning Bible 4 i
roar of an automobile motor East." Secreta- tion about our School of the church meets 7; ,

1 caused them all to turn as a Judge Hardy nodded ; Perry, District I at Lakeland and everyone Interested promptly at 9:45, and Is under the i .1:,,
large, latest-model touring car ingly. "What's Bruxton's I An Inspir- In Christian education shouldbe direction of A. J. Thomas, assist to toed :
drew up to the platform In a the situation ?" he asked and In- present at this service by a large corps of teachers {
cloud of dust, followed by a large "He owns the stream from the On Thursday night of next week and officers. A special Invitation |!;'I 1 1is ;
new station wagon bearing the we get our water, and out I both of the the Garfield Evans League Union extended: the adult members l
crest of the Bar-X Ranch. A tall, unless you get water I other Proto will meet in the Church. All the who have not been active In Sunday lj j'

ai handsome man stepped from the shrugged her shoulders provided by young people of our church or School work Organized ,I
open car and smiled as he stretched ly. "Our water contract members of Methodist Young Peoples classes are maintained for their I'
e ''p a hand out to Judge Hardy. expires next month He will be Divisions from the surrounding benefit, and are IndUpenslble as <
"I'm Bill Northcote" he said new; he wants to take tor at which towns will be present at 8 mediums for religious Information :1*

I 1I genially, "Dora's husband. Kind of place," if'n of the Lord's o'clock. A white Christmas ser- and Christian education "i" I
you to come, Judge Hardy." "A Western racketeer, eh The vice Is planned and gifts receivedwill The Baptist Training Union \,
"Nonsense! Our pleasure," the { Dora nodded. "I don't Church be sent to our Orphanage at meets promptly at 6:30: P. M. The t;
Judge replied shaking his hand. where to turn. That's why I with the Enterprise. Junior Department halt welcomed >

I .4i- One by one, he introduced the you. And with your organ music Other Interesting services for as Ita leader, Mrs Richard Kldd, 'l, '
t e. family to heir host The Judge water rights ." She bit of the December. which will be announced who assumed her new charge last
I
+ smiled as he saw two men from to stifle the tears that administration In detail later through these Sunday, Nov. 27 The Intermediate ,
the station wagon busying themselves I well up In her eyes. I columns are the observance of department Is under the direction f'
with the suitcases plied up "Don't worry" the be held Universal Bible Sunday, Sunday of Mrs, R. A. Thomas, 11
on the platform. I soothingly. "At least, not 7:30 o'clock, I evening the 11th; Rev. C. W. while the Seniors are ably sponsor- uIt
"We didn't expect this luxury" must look at this stream of minutes of fa White, a former pastor under e>d by Mrs. T. K. McClane, Jr. I

", he began. ton's. Of course, I'll do on the organ whose leadership our present The regular pastor will occupy ,
j I "We thought we'd be riding In humanly possible." I Further Church was built, representing the the pulpit at both services Sunday. ;I!
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a buckboard! the irrepressibleAndy His smile of
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Andy Hardy was having J i As they rode toward the ranch, I him. "You seem to be a :.'\
the Judge and Andy at North- and contented man Jim," :
trouble '
girl again. w; I {
cote's side on the front seat, the warmly.
.tJ women occupying the rear cushions "Dora, I've been blessed 1'"
.....
worried ANNOUNCEMENT
Mrs. Hardy wore a good fortune and the finest { '
many years ago and James had (Hdn t help matters any. A feel- frown. ily that ever lived," he '_
married Emily, while Dora had Ing of constraint ruled the table. "Do you suppose we'll have to humbly. "I would be 4
married Bill Northcote and gone Trying to break the tenseness take our baths In those old-fash- I didn't try to save your EXTRAORDINARY t'' '
West to the ranch he owned. And the Judge pulled Dora's letter from ioned round wash tubs?" she whis- Meanwhile, wandering :

Bow Dora was In trouble. Well his pocket, But before he could pered to her sister Then, as a the grounds, Marian soon S I L
Aunt Milly knew about that pic- read it, Emily's nerves snapped I I' chilling thought struck her: "Good- to the corral, where a few Int
nic, but Emily didn't. It was still from her day of hard work. She 'ness, do you suppose we can batheat boys sat on the fence I ,
something of a sore point with the started to weep hysterically, be- ,' all?" of their number trying to II',
Judge Milly. knowing this, had moaning the fact that nelthel'l' A few minutes later the car a beautiful golden palomino FOR MANY YEARS ?;
brought the letter directly to the Marian nor Andy had drew up before a beautiful stucco lion. She watched with w a

courtroom to help at all. Never before had I building, a far cry from the house I terest as the horse Tile 11. tf K. DREW COMPANY I ,ii.
"Just nn Invitation to visit Dora they seen her In such a state and the Hurdys had expected to see., reared until' he threw his !f
and her husband on their ranch," they crowded solicitously around They could only stair in wonder Then another man made OF JACKSONVILLE j 1;
the JUdge had said to Milly. "We her. The Judge smoothed her hair. "Yes," Emily murmured when into the corral and Marian's .'.
will talk about it tonight, at din- "There, there, he said gently. she found voice, "It 11 do us goodto beat a little faster. For it "
HAS BEEN RECOGNIZED AS REPRESENTING
ner But he was more than a bit I "Now, mother Just cry It out." go where we have. no modern Holt the foreman, who had
worried, nevertheless. Emily sniffed for awhile, "I'm conveniences!" ed up to the house la
sorry," she murmured through her Northcote led them Into the at- turesque fashion not long THE EPITOME OF QUALITY, IN 1 '

Andy Hardy, the judge's young tears. "I guess I'm Just tired." tractively fitted out living room,, Calmly, Ray approached '
IOn, was having "girl trouble" "We're all sorry, dear" the filled with comfortable up-to-the- hose, mounted and with STEEL DIE ENGRAVING !.
again since he bad earned his Judge said, gazing at Andy and minute furniture yet suggestingthe mate ease and skill, .
letter In basketball, proving himself Marian. "You're quite right, and mellow charm of an old adobe palomino. Marian thrilled NOW, THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH '
the star of the team and lead- we apologize.." Spanish house. Dora Northcote, a every move Forgotten was j ,c

Ing scorer In the league, the younger Emily wiped her eyes. "I think strong, good-looking woman witha nis, forgotten even the New TAKES PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING ''f'
had been, almost impossible.He I'll rest a minute before I do the brilliant smile and great vital debutante Timidly, she

walked In a world of his own, dishes," she said. ity, greeted the Hardya warmly. .'ed him and Introduced OUR APPOINTMENT AS AGENTS \ i
head up and chest out. He was Aunt :Milly stepped Into the I "With such a charming family," looked at her with ;, .!
almost she said sincerely to the For a few minutes they
too the breach I
good for
average 1 .
FOR THE DREW' COMPANY'S COMPLETE LINE :.
man "I II take care of them" she said : "I can understand why JUdge'1) and then the foreman

Polly Benedict, his "steady," quickly."I'll so well" She turned to to show her around the :;:'4;f i'
didn't like that attitude. Not that dry 'em." Andy volunteered. men "You'll want to freshen upa She bit her lips as Andy, OF ENGRAVING.
she did much about It; there were "One at a time, too and no bit, and have a nice tub" she out In real Western fashion, ; I '
too many young ladies In Carvel using wet towels, either!" suggested.At In on them while Ray was TilE NEWEST AND SMARTEST c.! ;
that moment the sound of her the stables.
willing to take Andy over, conceit Emily looked a bit, sheepish "
and all. So Polly had suffered now. "I can't understand It," she wildly galloping horses' hoofs "Howdy, pardner!!" Andy IN ENGRAVED WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS, .
mostly in silence. That is, until said sadly "This Is the first time came to them. A moment more out. "I'd sure like to see you 'f
this morning, when Andy, against my nerves have gotten the best and a bronzed and Stetsoned cow some cattle!" PERSONAL CARDS BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS
"I rules, dived from the twenty of me." boy pulled up before the house. Very much annoyed,
foot his aroundhis Marian and Andy gazed fascinatedat tried to shoo him away, but
board In the community pool. The Judge put arm AND SYMPATHY ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSMAY t;
She had been humiliated when the wife "You're entitled to let the colored bandana, the high- stuck like glue and they : :

life-guartl gave Andy a hearty off some steam, Emily" he said heeled boots and the chaps and on together, Suddenly fi fit
BE SEEN AT OUR OFFICE :l'
tailing down, and when Andy pass- with a smile. "You behaved so saddle with sliver mounting. This her eyes devouring ,
ed the Incident off lightly, an ar- splendidly when your mother was was the real thing! ticed a picturesque little
lument followed. Quite forget- sick, and then right back Into this As the rider dismounted Bill to the left of the corral WILL BE SHOWN TO YOU IN YOUR J/OJfE" l
to the door and "Oh Isn't that charming? I "
tlng that Polly had invited him to house without any rest I think Northcote went t'
her party which she was giving you need a change." called out, "Yes, Ray, what Is it?" exclaimed. "What's that?" IF YOU WILL CALL 29 OR 82 /. ,
''n a few weeks Andy had stubbOrnly "Oh, boy!" Andy exclaimed eagerly 'Scuse me, Mr. Northcote," the Ray smiled. "Jake and me t k.
argued and argued. "Any change from here'll be handsome cowhand said, "But there" he said. '
And swell!" Bruxton's shut off our water "Who's Jake ?" andy i <
at last It had happened.
"There The Judge subdued him with a and we got over a thousand head "My kid," the foreman
you go! Andy had cried, }f:
outraged. "Nagging! Can't you look:, "That letter I started to of steer ready to ship In the north Marian's eyes widened -q-"tc--'I-- i
need help, corral." hopes went tumbling. This
Women understand If there's one read: the Northcotea I t.r
thing I can't put up with its nag- mother, and I think I could give Northcote was surprIsed "He something she hadn't I. '
Png'' Why. you're me? It to them" He loked around at can't do that yet!" for. 4 I I'
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Y PAGE EIGUT BRADFORD OOUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE.: FLORIDA FUlnA\, HEI i
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following: described. properties. In
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1F WHEN A FELLER NEEDS A FRIEND I Mi* County of Bradford, State. of A. 1> 19810 I. !..1'1. I k
Bradford
: County Telegraph Florida. to-wit: bated t hi1 Ha lit OrtirioatA. No. pa, em- it. 11185! : I, '
Established 1877 briiocn HoiuhoBxt Quarter ofNortheast (OFlrlt'IAi: 1. I\I; '+;h.A..1 .
Quurt> & Northeast
AaE s 1 t _____ _ __ .. u .. __ ___. Quarter of MnufhritRt' Quarter l'lerk" Hf PHnI" ,.' \ _

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class MA,1 CA"rr Section Range 23 HO! Bant.Township eoiitRlnlna A South 80 U.261.1' r"'I,.\ :
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t>tCtEN"t.TE\ \ \ SN01110iWANZ Acre B, more or 1M.,,. ''d
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida Mft.'f4...., Hulrt Ortlflc-Kte No. PR, em.hrnciH 'M'I''''.: IW ; -

-. .. -- -. -- -. i A NEW ru R NR1TE'PbMY. AND All. Northwest Quarter of MOIL 'i'tt VPPIJt'r: IklItrlOy:
West :
Southwest' quarter of Public 'NCIate' :
E. L. Matthews____________________Edltor and Owner i COW ORf\ PLATINUM\ \ ) \\Cr\WT' nTh N BV&\ Road Section 11 Township 6 NOTWN I IS It111tt':5fl'//1:.\" I !
.,, .. South, Hanwe 22 Eut, containing jt; E. "I''k, h.ld \ ..I Ivi ,
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SUBSCRII TlbNRATE NRWtTt,", FOR / \ R UTn-f' ? Said: I Acre(VrtlrlcutB more or No.less I 111)5) embraces August lout No.l3m,1. A.: l> '|I"i ., '. ;,Hi I' 'a ml, ,,

t41R1STMA3 Lot 6, 7 of Hlork IS In my offl ,. ."?... I h. ;, ,m ,Jr
Yearly $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable In Advance ) Temple. Addition< to Starke InNKV tlon fur it ,I'," 01'.1 i ., ,.5",..1,'" .a" J'",
"rrr ,.
'ANl) 'TNECC!"$ of NWV\ & pnrt of WVi! of l!Ih..r..o" !Sold'" la'
N Advertising Rates on Application NKHVf, "t of Railway ft 0 NI9 the toIiOWIr'K,,( ,d(,"..,'",iII.1,'.,',. "', :'inbrt"?,
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{ AUNT SUSM KHD \ | <'nrn ,1' of SR'4' of NWh" pardon "" ;,
Mi""isrvrt.
S 28 Township 8 !South: ItHn.. 23 Florldnuii-wit; ,- : t'lln:

COM BUSINESS ENTERS INTO TilE SPIRIT COOS BETTY AND 1 l KaotMnUI\!: N1U1. "\\.r IiW'', .I ,p ... '
: Pertinent No> 41)0.) embraces 5141 ..i Iii ,. CVW\ .r
PAW'N' 1 Lot It of Hlock 2I, Peekm I
'N' UNCLE xSiir4 I ,
By! As we approach the Christmas season it is encouragingto Addition to Marks, Reckon, 28 NHyE1W: of j.V':' .I ',111 Ad!
Township 6 South, Itttiice 22 '1\ N
I note that business continues its march forward on prac- / ADO /ESS INS K "tHnld. .'ib"1" ,, I' -? ; "'St\ !,,
t Certificate. Nn. 1S19 The .. ,,
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GOON em- HNH HKIII> i"i .,, ,
Nom'!' tically all fronts. True, some sharp reverses have been re- l e >FOB< 15'Agrt& in the markets of late but have been EYEQ SOhR1Y Pvpk Addition, < to ftrarkn North Bund. wa In ih. i II,,",,,,,, ,' ",'r V'Ilfh', '',,' "i
ported security they l of 9th., Street In NW(4( of NU'V Unl.BB. Huld i. i i m', ,,, fcredeeniud "
28 ''
Section 6 South
Township< ,
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due, not to the business situation but largely to the severely tT\1Et llnnar. 22 East. (, property. d"\"b.iiduidliL.i 'n;,",. ,,. 1'i,'''i;
Hald 217th' ., of Perllflcnte No. Hold. '" Will'{
/ to the high.-i,
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tit 9, by strained relations between this country and Germany-an im- I 1. 251 vmhrnrpH Lot 11 Block 86 court house. door|. ,i,".""1., It >i
l'.k..Idillol> to Sliirko In day l In the month. ,r.rI. ,. "''-
1.Atlag mensely serious matter whose end is not yet in sight and NWi';, of NW4! North :of 9thStreet which: I.. the Zed, 01,r,,,,i I", 'Ia" I;
t1e w1y I I : I, Section 2N Tnwniihlp 8 1939.: t 10110"1
,home whose ultimate effect on commerce and trade cannot be ac- e l South HiinK. 22 lOHxt. baled "",* 'I.' 01"' ?" ..
e. .0 I.? ,
The 193M .
ntbaract I. curately forecast at this time.A / under axHeNxinriit: said (::..frtWj.tIIN; property 96 (OJo'I"lt'IA HK\I; I.s i nnl'
wan In the lIa n,. of Mr. Oule. Freeman A .1.I .
Tlln' '
too
far i i44f glance over complete figures for October shows it to : the HBHuMKinent." of the said. .. "Clerk, ?01 I "-
property under mild. Certificate No. Hrndpll, ., 01
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have been a very good month in almost all lines. In some, PH was. In the name r>f MTN" OnleKteernan 12-2-6t-I2-80 I 'ddYL
I ; th. flHHVNnnient. of the said. _
Y pur4 it was exceptionally good. This same favorable trend ex- property under aid (Ortlflcat No. -----

; tended into the first three weeks of November and there I I19S I was, the In the HKHeBBineiit. name. of of Futch the "...Idprop..rty AHlNtrtink 0 [ HERBINEWhen I =

gla7ong ed, man Idll seems to be no reason why it should change in the near fu- 1 : 400 was In under the mild name. Certificate of, T. 8. William No.- headache, dirtinee;
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Home ture. One of the most encouraging signs is the fact that ii iiN *;'ty the under assessment. said. (.rtlfl..ale of the Haldpropel .No121ft .tcJmach. biliouineii, naui., lark, Irj i

f p1orida '6f 1 1aeveral the rise in demand reported for certain basic products, suchas I II I I I I / i 1. Kl>kilter wa., and In the the name assessment. .of Futch of the& appetite, and listleunru or that dry

7nethod I IINIIIf( lI 'I" said property under said 2/7th of feting, arc anociatedymptoa, ,
; steel has been materially greater than the rise in produc II Il Ceil If Irate No. 2R8 wan. In the name temporary.
coiudpmion
of C L & J. U Peek. HERD
of the* tion. This indicates that further gains in activity may be ('nl.."" said.. certlflc-uteB. .hall be will being relief.' It ii strictly

(I eaUbllsl confidently expected before ]long. And, of equal importance, properties redeemed. arcord described llnfr therein to. law will, the ue table! medicine free from bttih,i nee n!{

s; to the r suit.i to the highest. bidder at the .tal' Alta foe'; to bottle.CARPENTER'S > .
situation which
the bad last is
,recipes, ; inventory was very spring, -' Court-hoiixe door on the. first Monday I
convent steadily improving. In the Month of January 1930. I>KfG: STORi i i"P

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bouiewUcorrenpi J What is true in other parts of the country is bound to r

er bust; be true, in more or less degree of Starke and Its trade area RFEa;

Asa where business conditions, indeed, are usually slightly better fIO.OOo tor R 1E T 0p" i

t edontlon ?& than the general picture throughout the country. If other -::::.., f'oo Per ace/dental/ d"rh.
sg denl., niury P.IlydiubledbipefmuDenonddibyuhdor121ntmh' I
dad eye sections are expecting good business during the Christmasseason ; / ,

buaineshctls we in Starke might almost seem justified in looking ... :'.000 maxim.n' 'duebled.w"otLFj. !
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>. ,::; -------i the "suckers" at most tracts. And .c' .
wKirtha 1 (
forward to a minor boom. they believe the present' law legal t'e"menlD'h"Dhaledlcat o turf' hl
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ltt nOK SiI t i ii --0 : THE, HUSTINGS": ,; ,;' Ii izing dog tracks can be set aside I 11100 :Ohl' iniuryso nerets ed /by: eitdrDrr ''
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the 'O\llh.
by cou'ts. (
I their :NO! CHRISTMAS FOR GERMANY'S JEWS :1 with I Within the next few months ,...r::mnrh bY.nv oeseD < ndnn'hf: ,f aholIY

eourc Only occasions do high offi- before the meets I If hollY eddirionsl. for
neat i& t ,, upon very rare government JOE CRAIN legislature
mahich
oecteIte.' iynrmeln tuS
the supreme court will be the :
on wtd cials openly and directly criticize the government or policiesof i '$100
__._____. _u ___ ___ _____.____"_" I scene of an attack on the law. Basis I (orPeciAedorandwrenunaanl. .
/ another power. Thus, when President Roosevelt recently --------------- -- --'- of a plea that It Is unconstitutional "!JsasrS: i : ''IOaI due ro tic).
Two and and the sales tax
,
tle new pow- program
; + 1 spoke of the Jewish persecutions in Germany as being horrible will be the part of the act I "
; 1 r erful Interests have idea had''.cqutred another power- : ooa",.. \:
r'i The 5tiHlg,
j4 y ". providing for referendum and recall I "wg5:?a ate .
4 ( and almost unbelievable, he was doing the unusual and the been added to the ful ally. w6rnnialof 6' ;

i6 I j I daring, as he so oftfen doear The immediate response to his Call forces being gathered The second friend of the scheme tion.elections It Is pointed on the out track that ques pro- {! "."' 1'11 doohDr (.ml 1, /nrh:: sot of
to attack the seems to be the Miami Herald
b i t criticism was a bitter campaign of vilification against this ponents of a dog track are allowedto "' : 1
; $ l To Arms ad valorem tax sys This paper, a strong influence I In : : ; '

bolng- l lI country in the Hitler-controlled Nazi press, but the response tem, the one-half of South Florida, previously has cho- voters circulate In order petitions to get among 20 percentof the OIO ::: :: *

r in this country was almost 100 percent favorable to the one percent gross receipts tax, and sen to Ignore any tax reform program those voters to ask for the privilege
( to substitute for them a three per with the three points of ad
t tktecaW President's strong stand.In cent tax on real estate trane- valorem repeal, gross receipts tax of deciding whether a dog HAROLD C. WALL Agency
track shall be In the
'! i addition to this feeling, there is a growing sentimentin actions, rentals, and on every repeal, and substitution of the I operated county -
I In question. But, the "recall"
I kind of retail sales. Some time sales tax. But on Nov. 12, the Her. RELIANCE
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANYOF
this country for breaking off all commercial{ and diplomatic provision of the law specifies that
9er to K this week an announcement from aid editorially boosted the pro- I
t l rI relations with Germany. This would be an economic blowto Miami will tell of the organizationof posal at great length. a petition on the question of abolishing PITTSBURGH
gatisa i the track cannot be circu
c < ; '2# the Reich, already shaky financially but few authorities a new group, tentatively headed lated. It must be kept In the court

believe it would produce much results unless other powers by R. J. Marshburn, Southern Comparatively ua- : house, and voters'must. go thereto
Stores official. Launched)I about .
19i] HUt' ,t ti joined in., Inasmuch as England and France are now trying three weeks ago, when 21 of Flor Stilt1'I the publicized has forma-been affix their signature. In other
gradual words, the two provisions donot
to cultivate German "friendship" there to be small ida's most'' prominent merchants
r wt i1 seems More' 'h" lion of a formidable give the electorate equal privileges -

w GuM I' chance, of adopting this drastic method of dealing with Hitler. answered a call from George Whit- group of Floridians ; and one of them must be
ten (Burdlne's, Miami), Marshburnand known the Flor-
as .
Trouble unconstitutional.If
More immediate and necessary right now is the problem Robert Sletner (Cohen's Jack BENNYSGROCERIES
4 Ida Citizens Council, the court aces the situation In
of aiding the persecuted Jews There is a fair chance that sonville), Represented at the session which has definite ideas as to whatIt this light, and knocks dog racingIn

$I 5SJjj one of Germany's former African colonies may be turned into were chain and independent. wants out of the next legisla the head, the citizens' council
merchants, department store executives live session. nucleus
The council's
will then send Its lobby to Tallahassee
a Jewish haven and homeland but this would not solve the
,
p ; members of the state mer- Is the old Florida Anti-Slot Machine to prevent passage of any

problem entirely although it would do much to lessen it. Since chants' association, real estate operators Association, which beat the new bill that will again legalize

{ Wll Germany has been seeking the return of these colonies, it hotel operators, and bank- powerful slot interests at the last the dogs. And, If the success of AND MEATS
those In this
I 'th ers. Among sitting session, and outlawed the device the Anti-Slot Machine Association
would be an ironic, back-handed slap at Hitler if this Jewish session
early were representativesof
In this state. The bill this group Is any index, it will be hard to

colonization should come to pass. Maas Bros, Tampa; Yowell- guided through the legislature has lay any bats that the legislaturewill J. B. SAPP ProprietorFree

t In the meanwhile, we in this country can do little but Drew Company, Orlando; Wilson & stood up under every court attack, adopt any measure vigorously ,
Company Tallahassee; the secretary and is recognized as one of the opposed by the council.
sympathize with these unfortunate people, driven from their of the Retail Grocers' Association most comprehensive and non-vul- Delivery in Town Phone 159 .

I Ilke'V i' homes, deprived of their businesses, and parted from their ; in short a cross-section of nerable anti-gambling laws ever

1{ loved ones at this season of the year when happiness should I Florida's business' life was on hand. ,adopted. in >his country. OTirn: OP TAx APPt.H'VriOVKOH IFF11Senate > PUKE O. NORTHERN
First agreeing that problem No.1'' The :c\U\ (, .n's' Council, however, ( Bill N... lira:
LARD Lb. 41/2c
,, be the keynote everywhere. Civilization, evidently has not was repeal of the one-half of one has raised Its sights and now according W.NOTICE H Graham IS HBHKBY holder Ol at VKN Tux, That Certificate __ __ tOe BEANS, Lb.

progressed as far as was generally believed. percent receipts tax, the group to reliable information Nnmbe-rerl renpectlvely.. 031
the rest of the will take at dog Untied August" 7, 1911 and 833 IxmiedAiiKimt GUARANTEED BLACK EYEPEAS
finally agreed on _a pot-shot racing. .
7. 1933 has film name In
', I r rt o program already advocated by the Leaders of the organization are office and ban made application! my for FLOUR, 24 Lbs. 57c Lb. 42c>

MAKE DECEMBER I A NO-FATALITY MONTHIt Florida Tax Revision ,League. branding that sport a "racket," tax Certificate: deed to be renpectlvely Issued, thereon.embrace Said

must be a source of satisfaction and encouragement to Marshburn was named head of a declare It does not attract any the following described properties 2 MJ. PUKRAPPLE BLUE nosE
committee to put over this tax tourists, that local citizens are In the County of Bradford, State of I
the schools, the press, the radio, enforcement officials, and Florida CertlIcate, .to-wlt:No. R81 emhr_.'a s I JELLY 20c RICE, 5 Lbs. 17c

s civic groups, that Florida had a reduction of ten percent in -,,' Lots Hectlon 7, 10 21)), 40 Townnhlp, 47 In'Woodlawn 6 Mouth, I

traffic fatalities and accidents during the first ten months llanare" 22 Rant Containing 40 21,, (',\N SLICED: YELLOWPEACHES

t ft of this year while the national record shows a reduction of THE POCKETBOOK acres Certificate more. or No.less 833 embrace SPINACH lOc ((3)) 25c
Lot 211! &: HH, of 40 A: \VM, of 44, -
ifq '
q 4l in traffic fatalities and accidents 41! & all 50. 61 In Wrimllnwn
twenty-one
percent according
; ,
KNOWLEDGE Tp Section 311", Township' ; : 6 South, 14 O/ PEANUT
t to a statement by Wendell C. Heaton, chairman of PS Lange" en inure 22 Kant or less Containing 45ncl KETCHUP lOc BUTTER 2 Lbs. 20c
i 7'lts\ assessment. of the said prop- ,
the Florida Council.
Ji { Safety .
M I erty ender.atd. Certificate No. 831
1 wan In the name of Unknown and
We are now in the month of December which records rug WMBFR Of he assessment. of the naltl property LONGHORN 1 QT. SALAD

4 show is the most dangerous month) of the year. Everyoneis FAMK/E AL6l09 in OWN11 ruf' u,*. 9 MuW( liuler the. name said. Certificate of Unknown.No. H.I3 waen CHEESE, Lb. 17c DRESSING, 20c

thinking about Christmas. The holiday is with all of FRLLN Unlenit. Bald OrtlfIcaten shall beredeemed '
spirit 9,aso.ooo /919 according to 11'Wthe
I TO properties dttcrlh f eh :..'lt r NO. Z CAN 1'ORKENGLISH
us. Few of us are thinking about accidents 3'.";.COO THI+ old to the highest bidder at the
...... Lbs. lOc
a 41' ourt-reoUHe door uu rue I PEAS 9c APPLES 3
Last December killed and ,
seventy-nine were over
.
persons qn day 'In the Month of January 1030,1 I -
.' '. 900 in accidents. Not did these accidents which I I" the 2nd, day of January
; injured 2,765 only A. II. l'tit.! :!!
I r W
i : mar and spoil the happy Yuletide season for these people, but tJ ber bated A. D thin 1818OFFICIAL.( SSth.. .. day of Novem ) JIM DANDY GRAPEFRUIT o 5c
eI GRITS 10 Lbs. 20c
I'' ( IlIiJA: I.) I ,
J also created much suffering and want. Instead of spending A. J. THOMAS
wr rtotuiPUBINft f'"T

I ( i their money for presents they had to pay hospital bills and I FAR WILL-Me CURRFMT SPEND ALMOST fiSCAL Clerk Bradford of Circuit County-Court Florida.of BEST WATER GROUND ROLL

; doctors. Let's really make a record and not have a fatality Yujicf At in MUCH-Miff.) AS.. ACCORD.M rr "wiltrnlttcr \3-2-6t.12-.10.J\rO'fU.t OK "prl.U"'I'IO'll' MEAL, 10 Lbs. 18c TISSUE, ((3)) !1 0 c

\ ': in December this year and really make Florida "Safety Con- 19'29 'I(g18 TO LATENT! -t'lii1'Ts.o.ooo FOB T "\( KKK.Ilinmate
genes 25.CU 000MLV.f EfTIMATtiUt HIM %' .., lour: I 8-OZ. VANILLA
_ : 1 4 POUNDS
t( l I scious. NOTICE Is) HEREBY OIVE.V That 1 10C
I r D, E. Knla-ht and N. U KnlKht" EXTRACT
$ q Mr. Heaton is calling on all mayors, sheriffs, chiefs of. toldera of Tax Certificate. BANANAS 15c
I ed renpectlvely, 98 Issued Numb..r.j)
.. police the P.-T. A., civic clubs, the American Legion, and AII'f R Lh'i1 I(, ayllff AFRICAN WJtTIVf. iI 7. 1916, 98 Issued September 1 LB. PURE BLACK POUND l
I d \ .IM THf CONSO. ARt 1195 leased l August 7, IHJ.l. 400 l I.- I STEAK 111zcPEPPER
others to cooperate with the Florida Safety Council to make f 0 VONP O* MIA" ..I1.t3uln 3. 1034. 121ft Issued August l
Hey NAVe A 7. 1 of J53 Issued July 25c
l December a NO FATALITY MONTH. ; wooo I I 4, 192T have fled( name In my office POUND
I C)'LO' TO and have mad. application for tax
l -0 O..TlNsu,41tTW.q deed to be Issued. thereon. Said Certificate MACARONI AND STEW BEEF lOcSPAGHETTI
i,\ '11 UN81" / respectively embrace the
FRUITS OF ORGANIZED AGRICULTURE PcR OMMRf ULAa 1 2 5c
;' i1 25c
for
3
b\, :: Agricultural associations of which most are marketing I Sateen J, L THIS AD POUND BREAD, -

cooperatives, have been responsible for upping the farmer's 6C

". income by millions of dollars annually, through improving I AND $1 I HAMBURGER, lOc TOMATOES

; production methods.In Kn Ip YI 3 Lbs lOc SUGAR 5
1 the dairy field, for instance, says J. F. Kendrick of the fJ. $3.50OIL ,

U. S. Bureau of Dairy Industry, cows in association herd are i : \ PERMANENT WAVES ALL FRUIT CAKE MATERIAL .

producing annually, on the average, thirty pounds more but- 1\4.\ ---- p\v in A IIIP -

terfat apiece than ten years ago. That means eight milliona I I F1 CHASTOOOM"". Of 'INDIA..MA4 .=: NESTLE'S BEAUTY LIVE FRYERS AND HENS

,I 'I year more income for the farmers concerned. And' this is .ws'ra A MAKVMO< rr -- *, r Nth TMt IARLO;, (' IEt6 SHOP I -
t % lilft: KIO 1I.1Io'r
ellku +, just one example of many that show what organized agriculture 'f/YAW OOT''N foot* ofgaum"f'u'? jVwtSIN* *. rC.YOYl8'A l J <'KKON' IL....:. NL.4.' FREE TURKEY SATURDAY NIGHT
7-1H4.1 I
PIIOH
r has achieved. I



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