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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 9, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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SIXTY STA1CKE FLORIDA FRIDAY DECEMBER 9. 1938 NUMBER! FORTY-KIGirr 4
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Tomorrow's Election TOBACCO GrOll'erS Get Good News'I I
Market Gets To Meet
Farmers .' 9 { r Carries GrealSignificallce ELECTION DATAWhere Before Going To
Funds For Paving Again Next;
} 'i PollsAlmost
and Cooling r Week to vote: Growers living
+ EF/t around Brooker will\ vote at
1' -- Bradford County's tobacco growers Crew Store. All others will a ten percent Increase In
Work on three major WPA projects ,, Request that County Judge'sCourt will BO to the polls tomorrowand vote at the Court House in acreage and marketing quotas for
in Bradford County progress- be held on certain specified do their bit toward decidingthe Starke. 1939 was announced for Bradford

ed this week as workmen began I dates at least four times every fate of the AAA's control pro- When to vote Polls\ will be County tobacco growers In information
excavating for a foundation for | year was made by the Board of gram. It will be an eventful day open from 9 o'clock in the received Tuesday by County -

the new armory State Road De- CLEVELAND Ohio Representative Martin Dies, chairman of I County Commisslonor/wat Its regular for three separate regional ballots morning to S o'clock in the Agent T. K. McClane, Jr. The
set stakes the house committee investigating un-American activities In letter' meeting here ''TkVnday.! It
Lartment engineers a will determine whether cotton afternoon, Saturday December new quotas will be in effect onlyIf
preparatory to driveway paving at to Cordell Hull, Secretary of State, expressed the opinion that Earl was suggested that sessions be (short staple), rice, and tobacco 10. the AAA'a control program is
Browder and other officers of the Communistic of the United held on the second In
farmers' market, and plumbersand party Tuesdays farmers want marketing quotasfor approved by two-thirds of the
the States are liable to fines and imprisonment for for failureto Who may vote; All growers
two
October
are busy at the years January, April, July, and
electricians at tomorrow's election.
those next The to-
crops year. who tobacco In 1938 growers
their produced
register with
party the State Department under the Registry of each Of late
almost-completed community cen- Act. Picture shows Congressman Noah M. Mason of Illlnolf (left]) Judge's year.Court had been County held bacco referendum is the only one and sharecroppers interestedIn Bradford received a total of
and Congressman Harold G. Moster of Ohio, as they began their hunt In which farmers here will par- the year's production. 288.9 acres representing a total A
ter.a.. C Maxwell, WPA senior supervisor for Communism In Ohio schools and colleges. Four college students only about once every twelve ticipate. marketing quota of 251,343: pounds "
said yesterday that workmen from Cleveland and eight teachers from colleges in surrounding cities months. Previously It had been From this balloting will come of flue-cured tobacco. If the gov- ':, t
the con whose names are being kept secret, were called to tell held as often as once every month.
will begin pouring on secretly answers to questions' more sharply ernment's program is approved. .
crete foundation at the armory about alleged communistic Influences in, the educational system_ Following are the minutes of stated and with a more direct GOOD CROWDAT Bradford growers may market t
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I early next week. This building Monday's meeting: bearing on the Administrations more than a quarter of a million I. .
70x86, will be brick veneer with Request was received from the policies than those presented by pounds of leaf without pitying a 1\\
I steel truss roof and will Involve an ALL EMPLOYES OF SCHOOL BOARD WPA office for kerosene for heat- the November' general elections. MEETING penalty tax.Statements. 'd 4 : "

expenditure of more than $20,000. ing purposes which was denied. Farmers will be asked in effect: of marketing quotas ..' a
Notification came last week of Soloman Kite requested assistance Do you want to go ahead with efforts and acreage allotments were mailed ( t
the allotment of $7,703 in WPA MUST PAY THEIR ACCOUNTSAll as he Is totally doubled and to-get more for what you OF GROWERS to growers the same day they "\
funds for Improvements to the destitute Upon motion and sec grow by curtailing production? were received here in order that ''i

State Farmers Market which will I ond he was allowed $300 per If t wor d a o f th ose vo t l ng they might have the information ,
Include additional platform 88x192 month. answer: "yes," quotas will be set Control Programs Explained before going lo the polls tomorrow. \
feet. two cold storage 'rooms, and employes of the Board of the new building, four from Gas- W. R. McWaln was stricken for this amount of short staple In most cases the smaller growers
T.500 square yards of paving. Total Public Instruction are expected to I sett Hardware Store and three from the Pauper Roll as he Is now cotton, rice, and three types of At CourtHouse received a slight increase in both I'
cost of the improvements will pay their bills\ as promptly as possible from Hart Furniture Store at receiving Old Age Assistance. tobacco to be sold next year. These acres and pounds over lust' year. '
be 17,273. The paving will be done according to a resolution prices shown on bids as submittedlust Mrs. Ethel Johnson was stricken luotas are figured/ on the basis of Many of the discrepancies which l '
[ by the State Road Department passed, tt the regular meeting of month. from the Pauper Roll as of Janu- the total crop and are divided first arose from Much a hurried program !i'l
I with the use of WPA labor. the board here Monday. It was Previous bids on the Boatdraln ary 1, 1939, as she is now receiving !among the states, next among the Around seventy-five tobacco farmers last yeur were ironed out. ,;
With two additional units of the decided that no employes will be School House were rejected and aid to dependent children counties, and( finally among the last met at the Court House here "f
I elementary school building and a considered for 'positions next year the building will be re-advertised Widow's pension for Mrs R. H. farmers. Those who plant or pro Friday morning to hear a discussion RODMAN JONES
I new post office in the offing, who do not make satisfactory arrangements for sale Bids will be accepted until Futch was discontinued as of Jan duce more than their quota will be on the tobacco control program i
Starke Is on the verge of a public concerning their past ten o'clock Saturday, December uary 1, 1939, as she will by that taxed on the amount they sell exceeding McClane led by County Agent T. K. BURIED HERE a i'f(
Jr., and Asat. District
building program involving expen- due account 31, in the office of the County Su- time, be receiving aid to dependent their share.
Agent A. S. Dunacombe
ditures of around $170,000-with It was also moved by W. P. perintendent.It children, and the allowance of Mrs. If the producers say "no," they villa of Gltlnes- C. Rodman Jones, 64, native of (
out doubt the greatest in Its history Smith and seconded by E. J. LewIs was moved by Smith, seconded Mary Snowden, so far as same was may plant and sell all they wish. Staike, died Sunday afternoon at
| that the board refuse to advance by Moore and unanimously car- for support of the Ethel Johnson's The price will be left to take care The main points brought eout his home in New Orleans after an r
-. money to teachers for purchase of ried not to purchase lots owned children, was discontinued as of of Itself la a market that Is already were that the farmers now growing Illness of several weeks. :d!
DISTRICT automobile license tags this year. by L IT. Morgan and Dr. P. A. January 1, 1939, for the same swaying beneath surpluses. tobacco in the United Statesare He was born in Starke, January r

Other items of business transacted Brinson until prices are more reas reason. These are the most obvious things equipped to produce over 900 27, 1884, the son of the late New- ;
GOVERNOR HEREMajor Widow's venslon for Mrs. Vida million pounds of flue-cured tobacco C
onable. ton J. Jones, pioneer merchant
Monday were as follows: that will happen, but the underlying -
The salary of Dow G. Beck was Dyal was discontinued as she is much annually while the estimated and Bonita Rlcharde Jones, whosurvives .!
significance runs deeper. -
Garland Powell, Rotary E. L. Williams, principal of B., for aid to level of world consumption is
now approved dependent -
fixed at $125.00 month. him. He was married
per An adverse vote would be a
H. S., was before the Board In
[ district and director of children. only 710 million pounds. This together
governor
It was agreed by the Board to setback to the entire theory of con- hern to Prema Shartzer, who also
I state radio station WRUF at behalf of a drum for the band. It The board ordered a physical with the supply on handof
have its attorney render an opinion trolled economics that has been survives, but moved away twenty
I Gainesville, was a visitor at the was moved by Smith, secondedby relative to teachers' sick leave examination for J. F., Durranceto built by the New Deal. 1,738 million pounds, shows that years ago and for the past fifteen ;j"
local Rotary'Club 'Wednesday. He Moore unanimously carried and accumulative pay. Action was determine the extent of his disability up + a control program' Is necessary If years had made his home in New ..
gave an inspiring talk on the to purchase drum for band at ap- deferred on request of Lillie Mc- and $300 was appropriatedfor we are to. obtain any kind of a Orleans, La., where he and hiason
principals of Rotary and the work proximate cost of 3500. Rae until opinion Is received from the services of the physician COUNTY ROADS satisfactory price at all for our operated the Drlvelesa Car
being carried on through the Edu- Mrs. L. U. Morgan was presentIn attorney making said examination. tobacco. I : ear several years he was I.lo. I. "

| rational Fund which Is used to assist regard to the widow's pensionfor A delegation from Graham appeared Miss Gertrude Heerlng Mrs. DISCUSSEDThe The income from tobacco duringthe commercial agent for the A. C. L.
deserving students through two Anderson children for relative to the new building Miriam Stubbs, Mrs. J. E. Wilson, years from 1919 to 1933 when Ry Co., with headquarters In Tam-
I college whom she Is caring. This appli- In this district On motion of and Mrs. J. M. Darby, representingthe County Bond Trustees met there was no control program averaged pa, Montgomery Ala., and New
Following the luncheon the district cation was denied because the Smith, seconded by Lewis, it was State Welfare Board, were Monday morning in the City Hull about $110,000,000) for each Orleans. :
governor met with officersand children have a living mother. Under unanimously agree to accept the present and discussed the work. with O. P. Cannon, representativeof five year while during the period Funeral services were held In a t
committee chairman to dis- the new ruling for the Board plans for the new school building Ings of their department in this the WPA to discuss additional from 1934 to 1938 when there was New Orleans Monday afternoonat
cuss briefly the various projectsnow of County Commissioners and ut Graham as described and sub- county and explained why it was ; road projects in Bradford County. a program the Income was $163- 3:30: o'clock and the body was ,j
being carried on by the Starke Board of Public Instruction, wid- mitted by WPA officials Impossible to do and accomplishmore Although all present projects are OOO.OOO. Income from the 1938 brought here for burial In Crosby t t
club. ow's pensions are not to be approved It was agreed to pay the Boards than Is being accomplished at not yet completed, additional pro- crops of tobacco la estimated, at Lake Cemetery, Wednesday after'l
A in cases where either parent pro-rato share of the cost of tags the present time.O. posals were requested by WPA. $70,000,000, the third I highest noon at three o'clock. A brief !
BirthsMr la living. for county achol buses; the driverto P. Cannon, District Supervisor Another meeting will be held return on record. All available I prayer service conducted by the .. .

and Mrs. H. Troy Bennett, On motion of Smith seconded by pay for chassis and the countyto of the WPA, met the Board and Monday, December 19, and members Information shows that prices certainly Rev. Fred Yerkes and the Rev.
stated that the reason that the I of the board will each submit would have been much low-
Lawtey, boy, December 6. Moore and unanimously carried pay for the body.It Frank Robinson was held at the
-- action was deferred on appropriation was moved by Lewis, seconded Sponsor's Contribution on the .proposed road repair projects from er If marketing quota provisions of DeWitt C. Jones chapel here.
for Brooker Library. ( by Moore and unanimously car- Community Center Building' at their districts. Those present were the AAA hud not been in effect Pallbearers were J. W. Andrews,
G. W.{ Johns I It was reported by the Trustees ried to give H. C. Wall the renewal Starke was so much more than W. L. Wall, O. J. Phillips, A. A. t this year.It Jr., C. A Knight, H. L. Brownfee, ,,"'
G W. (Burgham) Johns, 79, : of B. H. S. that the wood being of the three policies which he Is was originally estimated was that Durden, L. J. Wynn and Cannon. Is believed that the new J. M. Brownlee, J. M. Darby and .,
died Sunday afternoon at his home furnished by A E. McKinney on now holding and which will expire materials purchased by the Sponsor R. A, Weeks did not attend the "small" growers will receive a Joa E. Wilson. i I
west of Raiford. He had( been In bid was not satisfactory. The December 13. Johns and Wainwright were priced too high, or at meeting. slight Increase In acres alloted and Besides his wife and mother i '
poor health for several and the bill the renewal east higher than had been anticipated -----+-- the deceased Is ,
years Board agreed to pay only will be given in marketing poundage quota, particularly survived by one ..1
death came as the immediate result for said wood when o. k.'d by the of policy they are now holding and when the project was set up. Flour DistributionFlour those who are equippedto son, C Rodmun Jones, Jr., and /;
of a stroke of parnlysls. Trustees u $30,000 insurance policy on tile Mrs. L U Morgan requested assistance produce tobacco. Also, becauseof three daughters Mrs Bonita Gar-, '1
He had lived in Bradford and declaredthe for two children of Mrs will be distributed from Mrs. and )I "
The Board unanimously new building the heavy stocks on hand, the ale, Byrtlne Werner,
Union Counties all his life, being Florida Bank at Starke as its J. G. Boyd will be paid $21.00) Isaac Carlton formerly Mrs. Jes- the commodity warehouse today acreage allotted to growers who Miss Barbara Jones all of New ,l'
born at New River and living near depository for 1939.It on transportation t of football boys. sie Anderson, who are living with (Friday), Clients' are requested to have never produced tobacco will Orleans. One brother, DeWitt C. ']
Raiford for the past twentyfouryears was moved by Smith, seconded Complaint was made by Mrs N. Mrs. Morgan at this time. Mrs. apply for their flour at this time be very small. Of course, the entire Jonca of Gainesville also. survives.
where he was engaged In to other Morgan stated that the childrenwere since there will not be another lie member of s
by Lewis and unanimously G. Moody as transportation program will depend on the action was a the Methodist -
farming carried not to extend or change girl to high/ school In this! matter homeless and destitute and distribution until the first period taken by tobacco growers generally Church, was a Mason find a
Funeral services were held Mon- bus routes line they have been It was the decision of the board hut she had given them a home In January. In the tobacco referendum to beheld Shriner 'I ,
day afternoon at three o'clock contracted for. that the girl meet the bus so as to because of sympathy for them and ) Saturday The body was accompanied to ; .

from (the New River Baptist The Board agreed to pay J. E. allow time to reach Bradford High that she was willing to do all she Presbyterian ChurchNext Should l marketing quotas become Starke by his wife, and daughter.
could for but
Church of which Mr. Johns was a Adkins $15.84, which Is lie per School nt 8:20: o'clock. them was unable to effective for the 1939 Mrs. Garate. and his brother
Member. The Rev. W. T. :McGuire mile for 144 miles for transportIng Relative to transportation of pu- supply their every need without Sunday, December 11, Is effort will be crop, .
made to
and the Rev. L. G. Hemmlngway, Hill children. He was Instruct:: pils to Vanderbilt School, William some assistance. Upon motion and Universal Bible Sunday. The Presbyterian the every shape No Market ManagerThe
second she was allowed $4.00 Church in with program administratively so as
officiated Burial was In New ed to follow original route.It Sapp was instructed to urrlve at per common to enable each
flue-cured
River month during the school year. many other Christian bodies, depends tobacco State Farmers' Market here
Cemetery under the direction was agreed unanimously to school in time to meet Frank Nor farmer to .
submitted grow his share of the will be without until .
Bill Mrs. GUI a
of by Fay largely on the American manager
the Homeof
Wilson Funeral
purchase seven new oil heaters fore man at road junction. national
_Lake City. for hospital services furnishedMrs. Bible Society for the Bibles and _..._ quota on___a__fair_ and equltauio the spring shipping season begins
Besides Carl Anders In-the t amountof Testaments used'in Its Educational baste with every other grow It was announced following a meet-
Janle
his Mrs.
Johns, the deceased widow Is, survived b Bazaar TomorrowThere I I Floyd Fender Dies $30.00 was refused pending a and Missionary work. So the er over the entire bright tobacco Ing of the committee Thursday
Investigation of the American Bible night of last week. J. S. Llsnnby. '
two thorough case. Society Is regular. belt.Mr.
daughters Mrs. P. S. Denmark will be a bazaar and food Floyd Fender, 48, died Monday
of Rev. C. R. Robinson and Mrs M. Iy carried on Its Benevolence quo. Dunscombe particularly manager since the market opened
miles
Starke, and Mrs May afternoon at Ms home three
Parrlah of Dukes, and one eon, B. sale tomorrow (Saturday, Dec west of Starke. He had been In W Morrow of Hampton requested tas year by year, and part of our brought out that the 1938 quotas here last spring! left this week
K. Johns of Raiford. Also sur- 10th), at the small office building health for almost a year and assistance for O. W. Rahme, whoIs observance of Bible Sunday Is an were figured by the State officeon for his home In Ocala. Since no
viving are five grandchildren and Just west of the Starke Hotel. This poor death came as the Immediate result seriously 111 with cancer. Theca offering for the Bible work. a set formula from Washington crops are being harvested In the
four great-grandchildren. bazaar Is given by the Woman's of a heart attack.He e was referred to the County The topic of the 11 o'clock service and that the County Agent and county at this time It was considered
of the Methodist Health Council for such action aa next Sunday will be "More I the County Committees had noth- unnecessary to maintain a, ,
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Missionary Society was born August 27, 1890 In of ing to do with them here until !
the will It is capable taking Than Just a Book. fixing except manager spring.
and proceeds
Church, Lakeland, Ga., and since 1923 had J. C. Yarbrough met the Board + to certify to data which the
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FREE GIFTS be used for local work. There been a resident of this county land I asked for assistance in having farmers had provided. All growers
be useful and fancy articles on Chufa In Potato
FOR CHRISTMASThrough where he was a turpentine opera : his wife re-certified for workIn I present were urged to go to the MICKEY SEZ
sale, also home-made cakes, candy :
and pies. The patronage of the tor. the WPA Sewing Room Proj Sam Griff, who lives just polls Saturday and express' their
the cooperation of is solicited. Time: Saturday Funeral services were held Wed- ect. Mr. Yarbrough stated that northwest of town on the State convlctlfis' on the program by
local merchants, the Telegraphwill public morning commencing at ten nesday afternoon at two o'clock at he was physically unable to do any Farm Road, brought to the Telegraph voting on the Issue as they see fit. Ies i
sponsor a Starke Mer o'clock and lasting through the the Pine Level Baptist Church amount of manual labor and wa I office Wednesday an Irish """ .--
chants' Christmas Tree-a big with the Rev. W. E. Hall of Green In 'need of this assistance The potato which, when sliced in half, "
afternoon. Place: office building I Priest Store VisitedMr ;,
drawing at which free gifts donated recently purchased by Congressman Cove Springs officiating. Burial Board, having at a previous meetIng was found to contain a chufa. I'':
by local stores will be Green, just west of the Starke followed in Hope Cemetery at There approved the action of the Cer- I How it became Imbedded In the and Mrs. Van H. Priest of
given away to lucky shoppers. Hotel. sa under the direction of the tification Department of the WPA middle of the potato Is a mystery Madison owners of the Van II. : }
Complete details concerning + Boree Funeral Home. for closing the case of Mrs Yar that Mr. Grlffta cannot explain. Priest stores, were here last weekon

this event will be disclosed In Mr Fender Is survived by two brough, took no farther action in --.-i --- H n Inspection trip. They were '

the Telegraph's annual Christ- City Collects Taxes sons Austin and Billie, one daughter the matter.P. New Lift at Torode'sThe accompanied by the office and 1'1

Bias Shopping Guide which will More than $600 representing approximately Ruth, and one sister, Mrs. Wal- O. Hayes of Brooker asked warehouse employees and the ,
be published next week. Several $2,400n/ delinquent I ter Hart of Orlando. the Board to use its Influence In Torode Chevrolet Company managers and their wives of the : 1 ;
thousand extra copies of this taxes have so far been collectedby getting more clerical: help In the this week has Installed] a new hydraulic thirteen stores In the chain. The j

guide will be distributed In the city under its "twentyfivecents Routine Welfare Office's Intake Depart lift In the service depart party made a complete tour of -
Lake Butler, Raiford. the State on the dollar for past due Meeting menu He stated that because of ment. The machine lifts cars aa all the stores taking two days to J JVA
Farm In brief delays In this department high as seven! feet from the floor complete the
Keystone Heights Waio taxes" plan, Carl Johns, City Clerk The City Council met unnecessary trip. Mr. and Mrs. ONLY 13 SHOPPING
and other towns in an effort aid This serves the session Tuesday night. Only such I much Inconvenience:' Is caused -, and mechanics can more easily and Priest were well pleased with the I"
to ittract large numbers of dftal yesterday.of aiding the city financially routine matters as reading of reports applicants for work who come thoro-'ghly repair grease and lubricate showing of the local store and YS 'TIL XMAS:
Christmas Shoppers to Starke. I[ purpose and putting property on and payment of bills were j from a distance to make their ap- I the under parts of auto state that they are prepared for 11UY AT HOME

[ the tax books, he added. before the attention of the body. (Continued on Page Eight) Chamis. I and expect a good season. ,





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J"AGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRArn STARRE, FLORIDA FRIDDF.C'II' ,
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': ,"' 1' PENSION PLANS BECOME NIGHTMARE]I r gestlons for the all Important sub- I Pleasant Interlude On Way To Lima property told to tho tle" orlhod hlKheHt therein lilildor will at theo ha nook n""ord" 0 '""I." I'.,,',,. _
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Lf I *urt hriuHe door on the flrnt Mon- 1M thc' I
TO POLITICIANS AS CONGRESS NEARSjIf month of ''11'v "
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until Prof Pmkerton appeared day In I January, 1919: '- lo-wlt ,, "
with his wonderful "'ElectricTransformHer which I In the. 2nd day of January, Ny". and '"
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you want to spoil a pleasant command millions of votes. And I ( ) ." This was Just. I in ted thin Int day of December' flW14.; NE'4 SI, .N'..r ':,-1\; "r' 'J :.,, ''I t ,'

PAOK 8F day for a politician. Just whisper that Is why there has been so much the thing; Prof Pinkerton explained (I93X OFFICIAL BBAI.) ,) ","1'1\'I, ':[

the word "peR lon" to him It. an political pussy-footing on the subject the machine and then occurred A J IIIONtAS.c'ltrk NwAVfclV'; '1'I;'-i.' ';'&(

odds-on bet that he will be visited of pensions by candidates for the great transformations A dose ltrnip.T south, itrllu, ,, ;.,ill. i I",, 'j-',"Wll; '.
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headache. For the office. Almost all Job-seekers endorse Aj "" '""" ."",.
terrific i '
with a of Elixer was given the 'sister 12.j.1i.30. And It Y. i' '''rlil,,' Ih

old-age assistance problem is rap in the vaguest terms they and into the machine she went to >OI'lrM OK APPLICATION Comllalnl.?! appmrin i lh.lt.,' ',f'y, '' '''I1'Bll,
aid pnrtlt. '' '''I,
idly reaching the stature of our can get away with the principle of come out oh say-you ahoulc FOil TAX I>KKI4Xen > :you"n,' 'luiV
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lavish aid for I .. Number 1 domestic l 188ue. It la adequate and even have seen the beautiful young NnTlCMlSIHSHKRYaiVKN! That Er'V"'' :! : ot
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true that the next Congress may the aged needy. Most of them, ladles who emerged from that I W IT (Ira ham holder of Tax CerHflcBto ''' hllDEI'

do little or nothing about it But, once they've successfully convinced transformHer( ) Of course there I Numbered reHpcif: .tlvely, 811iHMlled H.3v'v5V')' I I"; 5t. \,
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7 1911:
AUHTlint and 833 iHHUedAuiruHt ;'
unless a miracle occurs some not the voters of their worth try was too much elixir--one time and 7. 1933 him filed name In my of Complaint 'Hhl"

far distant Congress la going to beforced to get the whole topic as muh out a cute Topoy sprang forth dancing office and IIRH made application for Inw thori-ln, n ir. ,.rn.. ,. ,"hlr,' PI.| ll

to tackle the problem and of the limelight as possible. and singing but the professor tax CertlfltuteN deed. to be respectively iHBUed thereon embrnceH Said othcirwlno lift ent..r..d ilm. ,.,.,. 1 l'l''.."1..1'.',''''Iff.l hy |J

get down to cases. This doea not necessarily mean quickly thrust her back Into the the following dencrlbe.il propertiesIn AN" 11' Iii"1<1t1"HI Y""; Mho "

The l Issue Is not a political one, I such men are Insincere Some of machine--and presto--a grand old Florida the County to-wlt of: Bradford State of each Ihut thlH wk IIrd.1"1'1(1'111':1.,. ,,,. I"'hli"hod':' : "II\F.III\

in any partisan sense The idea lady appeared who delighted the Certificate! No 811 embraces w..ol<* prior foi I I., four '''".' 'Oh
mind of Dr. them strongly feel that benefits I.ntu 7., 10. 46, 47 In Woodlawn the Hradfor.1. .In''I'' Z, 193.
that came Into the I I audience with her solo "Life Is A HDitlon 29, Townnhlp 6 f', ,,
NEEDFOR Townsend when he looked out of must be Increased yet do nothing Song Let's Sing It Together." Ilanae 22 HaHt Containing South 40 mild County of n"i, i 'lI'ululio/i T"II'g'aph.now.I''per .

and about it -- simply because theyhaven.t old .acre more or lenCertificate ... WITN"SIi": /
his window a few years ago i t iscllla of emerged also 1.1\ II\ II

eaw a pathetic old woman search- got the answers to the tremendous :,and sang "The Old Spinning PANAMA CITY Panama President Juan Demosthenes Arose- 29 & S"'', of No 40 83S& WVb embracesI.nt of 48, SI of AI.fle..mher.fJt ""ld 1938." "nll. II,,ASh" I..TI d

Agree? Ing In a garbage can for food, baa questions principally financial I Wheel." mcna of Panama. Is shown (left) as he greeted United States Secretary 49 A all 50, 61 In Woodlawn (OFIo'XC'JAL SI' AI,1
that arise. They want to of Presidential Palace here when Suction 29, Townnhlp 6 South, A. J.
and Slate Cordell Hull outside the THOMAS.
--
reached proportions .
gigantic ii
b llarine Hunt
lfct | One charming damsel came forth Containing: 40 All
has come to bedevil and worry move--but they can't see a clear I I and "I Love To Whistle."' the latter called on President Arosemena during a brief stop-over on I acre moie or lean. 13-2-&t.13-30.COI..rk "" Mid 1 f'"U't.
ahead. sang his way to the Pan american Conference at Lima. Peru The aHeRment of the Bald I
Republicans aa well as Democrats. path Twno_ n _nthorH___._ D--ITAVA ntAvni_._ _.* _ra/__.n ltn.tions. _. _un"_ ., u.. .... ..u ,",un.. ... .n..a_ .....prop-. ;a.: -
It la especially embarrassing to the Still another weakness of the But the last old maid who months old. You may bring him a I waR In the name, of Unknown and N O'I'I: I; l 0'I,, ;: ;I'IO'C".nn.p
Democrats now because they are pension movement is found in internal LettersTo rubber doll and rat the aHHeHHment. of the Bald property ;
entered the machine could not get teething set undor Hiiitl Certificate No. 833 wan 11111 ,... 1 31
in power A shift In party power bickering. The Townsend through Small wonder She want tle. We will leave you & big sur- In the name cif. Unknown. NOTICJJ; 1>'1 H :JUH\: ',, ;
would it to the Republicans Plan organization, for instance is ITnleHH. Bald Certificate* Khali be 2t.5 ri.v vfV1,
put up In
ed to become a man and the machine pilse our stocking. redeemed accordlnv to law the ,
split into a dozen factions. Some balked In fact nothing followed Santa Your little friend pronertleH' dewcrlbed I I i.rd:11: beHold September AuKUNt 7, 1131! nlld, ,. '1"0
; :: 7,
The pension leaders are definitely of the early leaders have deserted an explosion inside the electrical Chester Deea.Longwood to the door hlirheet the ftrnt Mon thecourthouHe my. office and mo had 'IIIIK niaii.rll"d. I ".7""*

dissatisfied with the Adminis the Doctor, and are\' leading opposed trajisformHer( ) but plenty Claus day In the Month on of January. 1119whlih fo.SRld tax de'1 tn b,' I.'d"1'Plieili Ih.",
blocs of their Further In the 2nd, day of January eertltlcate. r".I.tJ...
tration's enacted social security own. of old clothes which came sailing Fla. braces the followlnlf d".crlh. .,
A I) H39Dnted
feel that it offers more, the fact that there i Is competition ..rtle. n--the P"
legislation They ro Cou"ly
m HUUIB ii out over the top That finished Lake Butler Fla Dear Santa Claus: thin 28th, day of November State of nt Hn"lf
? 5 the Indigent old a bone, instead of) in the field-such as the the A. D 1938OFFICIAL. Florida to-wlt
convention. e..rtlU"ule
Home I in the fifth Miss No.
am
grade. 76u,
Santa SFAt.,) ..
Dear
i iI ( "llIb..e..
meal. convinced California thirty- dollars WeHt G Acr".
I .Florida | / a decent They are every The P.-T Arnett is teacher. I like her.I THOMAS 1 ut 8,,",h lIall
? A ladies who gave of am 7 years old and In the sec my t-iefi. ; Routhwe"t Quarto'r 0''
which
that the government should and Thursday proposal ( was of Circuit Court ofKradford .or ur'b'
aeveral their time and talent desire to am 10 years old I am a good .aHt QURrl"r & ;I1.1
could substantially Increase the beaten last election though themovement' ond grade. I am a good little girl. County Florida Houth IIftlf of IC A< r.. ,,'
metbodbI thank all who helped the "show" My teacher's name ia Miss McRae girl. Please visit me and all my 12-2.61-18-30. ter of NorthWIIM'RIIUlh".1 Quar.
and '
amount of They think gubernatorial senatorial I./lIu".r .
pensions.
I*, of the t j that the Federal government candidates were elected) in any way A neat sum was realized and I love my teacher Now Santa friends In Seminole and Bradford. NOTIe'1''] 22 tlon Ell 24,,!TowlI.hlp. 5 :;..uth. lIanN'so.
from Visit teacher and all NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN to .onlalnlllg 19 A..
It.
my my 'e..
I I want to bring me a Shirley more le...
f.recipes should take the lead and that then makes a united front you all creditor. of the lOBtatB of J. VJonen or
In the the states will follow and agree to( President Roosevelt ImpoMlble'l I The cast. of characters was as Temple doll and a pair of skates schoolmates. d..e..a..d.. to file your claim Cerllfleat.. No.7". ..lit hra....
,r I follows: and candy. I wont ask for too I will ask for a few things like afralnut the nutate with 13 K Perrynian. Northw".t QII"rl r..r NU'lh.
convent do their part of the job. ly turned thumbs County Judfre within eIght ..a t QURrl..r. of Su'Hh.....,
i I rubber' doll that her
From the standpoint of our more extreme proposals calling Maribnh Lovejoy president of much for you will have to bring a wets pants monthB from the date hereof or the Quarter '" WeM! 3' At",. or
.
housewlcorresf volley ball skates candy and Bump will bo baired by Statute of Norl h..aHt Quart.., ..,
the other little and "'tto., ,
club-Mrs. Vivian Parker. the girls boys "
is "short cuts to He .
lawmakers the whole thing them Utopia Iwlniltallona. and all <1 Mor to pay Qua"I." "t I-"Ih"' ,
a nightmare They feel that the has instructed his Congressional I Amarllla Kcywood secretary something. Bye bye Santa fiult I have four sisters and five the unil. :i HlfTued r :: l.xetutrlxETIII H-otlon 24 Townnlii,) 5 Nuu'h U,'",'hfIlanire
er busirAs Your little friend brothers besides me. I am in the :1. JONDS; KxvLtitrlx 2J KHH. ioninlnln.il
country could not stand Increases lieutenants to do anything they Mrs Mattie Barry fifth 1J-2-U-13-23.. A.rv.., more 01 1' hsx

a : in benefits to anywhere near cur can to keep the issue on the sidelines Pi'iscilla Hope, treasurer-Mrs. Ruth Whltehead. grade 1 ha UHMVHHmi ,nt! ,,f th. ??,,,
ied Well Santa this is an. I can think P"
orUcn erty uiiil..r mli\ i tlfl.ut,,,,.
rent demands They can produce aa he believes that It imperils Melva Harrell Su ;
of. "Well so along" I will thank oitlicit or PI'HI,ir\i'\nM' > wa. In the name "r n""a |I. |lI.nn, '
Lake Butler Flu
well-known economists by the the success of his own more Anxiety Doherty-Mrs. Royce \41'1'11 TO .4l'l'iIITi .nd the a"N"1, ."r ''h..
i fljd bushel to testify that such ideas moderate program. But it begins Gainey. I Dear Santa: you very much. I llenrv' Krledmiin .and Robert nropony under. MII..I. 1 < n ,r"" .,...?v
S business Your friend Rachcach If Ilvlnir and If dead the. 70 waN In tI.." "'..fITnlHH -'. ,
;
little 8 old and "
for financing pensions as DrTownsend's to look aa if matters are approachIng Augusta Prim-Miss Mary Mott. I am a girl yrs helm davlneeit, and irinnteeH ofHald Hannon. """
f f ils wlt6 In the third grade. I am a good Maxine Prescott. poiNonti, arid all parties claiming .
Huid .
"velocity dollar" are something of a crisis, where no Faithful Blossom-Mrs. Eva Ktiiri"'a'' v|1",1), )
and thaf lTiter....t. under nnld Henry redeemed ,,, .
In school and like teacher uci.iuclliiu t
girl ]1.11l'.
unworkable and fantastic But this one can long keep the pot from Harrell. my .
Friedman' anil Holiert Kachrach. de- proper!It-* den ill, d I '11, ,
does them no good when they are boiling over. And when that happens Freilora Bobklns-Mrs. Annie Her name is Miss Lillie McRae. Longwood Fla.Dear ceaHod. or otherwlite In nnd. .to the BOl.l;: to thf IllKll:i .,::M, 1,1:;',;1,:|;: ,;. ?,:I\\
I wunt a piano some knives and Santa Claus: I'rn"el'h..r..ln..tl"r)/ tloficrlbed: oin-t-hoiiMC do.ii' on th,,. m> "t u
confionted with the fact that the there'll be fireworks such I Laurie Morgan. You Hnd each of you are hereby duv In the Month of "
pen ion-advocates represent and as have rarely been seen before I Rhoda Larkln-Mrs. Doris Kel1'3' orka and spoons and a Betsy I'm a little girl three years old notlfltxl that 1C H Whitehead haafllnd wtil"h I.. tho "'""1 ..1.1\. Iniiuirt' ,,'' 'J"IU"OFFICIAL ,I IMA .

.-.. WptflV. .n_, drill____ _n_twill_ .. .n rrv n -iinil-- vno Will. n_ Via__ _four___ _In_ _-Tnniinrv_____ _Rnntn'!_.... T_ hilt sworn mil of Complaint U 19:19.O"le.1! : .
a- ngainit you ax defendant In the thiN 21.., .
Sellna Baxter-Mrs. C. E. Mc- sleep and nuts and candy have been a good girl, Santa 1 1 l.lKhtli: Judicial, Circuit Court In and I b..r A. n. 19JR.: Ilay "r "v"
$40.00; Frank Norman, $40.00; Andrew for Hrnclfutd County, Florida. In ( ,
SCHOOL BOARD Your little friend want you to bring me a little red SJoAI.: )
Redding $1000, Roy Tom- Gauley Chancery, for the purpose of forecloKlnic A. J. T1IOM L\
Helen Whitehead. broom cause my other broom has thnt. certain mortgage from I Clerk
WARRANT LIST Susannah Smith-Mrs. G E. of (cii Ii'
tinson; $77.63; Roy Tomltnson Colson. not much straw In It. Santa ]I A: M Jtiiy and wife to f'mil llroth. Bradford ,i,,' 10
FOR NO\'E\IBEIt: 1938Toaoher's $237; Oliver Underhill $2763.: em, Ino recoided In Mortnaae I ll26Gt1823MAGAZN
Starke Fla want Bottle Tot set
Miranda Price a doll a tea -
-Mrs. Pitt Baxter --
-
Oliver Underbill $2.37 A. A. Ed
; Dear old Santa Claus: and a big rubber ball. Santa don'l
wards. $2000 L. O. Jones $615
Salary ; Mary Ann Barnes-Mrs. F. Taylor How are you I am fine. My forget my brothers Ralph and
Essie J. L. Ander-
Florida Bank at Starke note Crosby, $1000; sister Janet Is right beside me Ronald they're good boys and

(37875; Florida: Bank at Starke, sqn. $3935. Sarah Jane Sprlngster-Mrs. writing to you too I will\ start tellIng Santa please don't forget Geral-

note $3,97791, Madge Middleton Shell Petroleum Co.. $138.42; Thelma Crosby. you what I want now. I want dlne she's good too.

Pency Adkins $21.92; Pency Adkins. I Eliza Hooker-Miss Loubedla a bicycle and that Is all except Your loving friend
$7916! ; Ruby Lllley $85 SO; Leol $208; Lester Slade, $5635, Plnholster some fireworks. Please bring Joyann Hlnes.

Roberts. $7917; Kitty Hogsed Lester Slade, $3.65; J. M. Reddish, Esther Miss them. .
Snyder- Evelyn
$6016; Evelyn Ritch $6967; Edna $4OOO; Goorne:; Rnames $6.00; Bell Crosby Your friend The highest mountain peak Is

Prevatt, $7283; Ernestine Bud Reddish. $2822; Bell Reddish Mat'ion Perkins-Mrs. Muriel Lyle Anderson Mount Everest In India It rises
$1.78 Ed Durbln. $35.00 J. S.
dlngton $63.33; Edna Hart. $79.17: ; ; Norman. to 29,140 feet.
Austin $6.35 Sinclair Robinson,
Lucille Edwards $6650; Madeline ; A enath Baker Mrs. Pearl ::Starke Fla I
$3000 Leby Norman. $3000 W NOTM: OP APPIU'ATIOV
; ; Dear Santa Claus
Andrews $60.16, Willie Mae Hin Markey. '
KOIt TtX IIKFIIXrnnlr >>
son. $72.83; Bynum Perkins E. Sapp, $15.50; Chester Andrews Amanda Horn-Mrs. Iva Doug I wint u didy doll and a rocking (! mil .. ... IH'ONOTirn
Mildred $74.80; Chester Andrews; $120; las. chair and a table and chair and IS'1 HEKKBV OIVUN That
$6967
; Morgan. $6333; D K. KnlKht and N. L,. Knight
Mae Mae
Ethel Biggs. $69.67; Dow G. Beck, Wells. $1092; Wells Amy Little-Mrs. Edna Crews. some fireworks and that is all holdera of Tax CertlflcateH Number
Grace .17Verna $2.OS; L. R. Starling, $45.00; Jake Please bring me these four things ed Hpeftively, 96 iHHued September
$70.83 $79 Sophia Potter Miss
Wainwrlght Vel'
; ; Sapp $3200 R. V Alvarez a 7, 193A 08 iBHuetl September 7, 1936
Demoreat, $76.00; Luclle ; Galney please Santa Claus 1195 IHHued () |HMued
$68.35 R. V. Alvarez $3.65 J. K.I, .unll'IMI..9u3\\ t
; ; Janet Anderson. July 2. 1 14 g
Kennedy $6333;; Jessie Lazenby, Prof Pinkerton-A. V. Withers.
7, lill.l and .
I 2/7 of 2S3 iHMued July
!l:72:._.A_-'. T\n..nth"--'J !:h"Dnhn.-_..__.._.., !.lR.:-_.--.. Douglas, $61.35; J. K. Douglas, I Vrtliri- --...... T.DrI'aD. D_- .ILTIanAB...aa D .TA..U.vcu._. A.. 1O97. ..- .. hav....n. .fillkH.. .. "uaM.....-l in... .Mw.., _fifflt.. ...a I
(365; K. T. Stewart $62.46; E. T. I Starke Fla. and have made application for tax
Evelyn Stump $6967, Myrwln Barry Lovey Ward Juanita Mc-
deed to be IxHued. thereon Said' Ortlflrutea
Stewart, $2.54; Leslie Green
Long $9500; E. L. Williams Gauley Bonnie Mott Doris Mott Dear Sanate Clause ruHpectlvely embrace the
$200 00; Delle Dowllng $10133; JP635/ ; Leslie Green $3.65; B. J. Mrs Luther Harrell. I am eleven years old and I ama following described. proper tie. In
Kelley, $20.OO Charity Williams the County of Bradford State of
;
Rosalind Williams $7600; Blanche Director and Accompanist-Mrs. very good girl and San ate Florida, to-wlt:

Vandivlere $63.33, J. H. Atkinson, $20.OO; Dewey Murrhee, 900. Sorchle Baird."Convention". Clause I want a bicycle for Xmas Said Certificate No. 98. embracea .
Southeaxt of
$7666; Ruby Mae Perkins $7600; Dfotrict Fund dates are being arranged and I want a doll and a new dress NortheitMt. Quarter A Quarter Northeaitt

L M Sponsoltz $76.00, J. M Carpenter's Drug Store medical I for neighboring towns in and bring my good teacher Miss Section Quarter 24 of Houtheant Townnhlp B Quarter South. ,

Whlttemore $83.33; Eva Anderson supplies $3.36; Nick Thomas the near future. Hinson, something very good Well '' 22 Bant, containing 89

$6967, Eunice Searing, $7283, E. janitor service, $55.OO; Ebb Thorn- I Sanate Clause we have got a chimney Hiilrt':.'f.en;\ Certificate or leu*fto 98, eml .

L Williams $10000; Florence ton, janitor service $5000, Mike Tung Oil Sewing Club now so you can dome clown it l>ruc"H All NortnweM Quarter of

Brown. $75.OO, Margaret Whitte- Maruca janitor service, $4500, I Last Thursday was a week you wont( have to come in the SouthweBt' Quarter Went of Pulj
ago lie
Itond
Section 21 Townnhlp 9 -
more, $950, Emma Chulker. $2.73; Enoch Kelley wood. $27.00; P D. the women of the American Tung door and don't forget my mother Mouth Itange 22 I2a. .t, contain.Inic :

Grace Williams $9.98, Emma Cbalker Reddish, wood $35_OO, Floyd Crosby Oil Company gave the men a and bring Iny thing els you want Said. I Acre(Certificate more or No letm 1195 emliraceH __I... 0.....rt"...

$4.40, Joyce Futch $15 00, R. wood. $3600; H. C. Green Thanksgiving Picnic. They all I to. Iotn 6, 7 of Illoi'k I 15 ,.....de... JoY (JGI ...... T9 0......rt" I'raJ I C.......,_ I "
L. Smith $562, Ruby Mae Perkins 3500! ; R. M. Bennett $4000; C.Whltehead. went to "Cooler Pond" on the Your Rlil "mph'.I. Nn'i of NWV4 part of ofMI' .'" .
$2500 Virginia R. roail $1500 Little Miss Agnes Lewis. : :i WVi ChJ\.II-\ I P 0 Jllad. ledanll. I
Fugate patrol. China Tung Oil Farm and enjoyed : Went of Hallway ft NF! C 'ou1 l..t.- 0 "
$24.00. R. P. Lewis $40.OO.; Gas ett Hardware a veiy lovely afternoon. Las Col in r of SUM of NW) Section C!)ltd. ,, .. 1 I P n .sSi!folDo-? I "
21 Township 6 South, Itange' 23 o". J
: -
Mildred Morgan $631, Mrs. MW $16575; R. L. Lee. wood Thursday the meeting was held at Dear Santa Clause inntHHld. C : JII02"adP "
I
Morrow. $806, Ruth Alvarez $ 80; City Light and Water Plant I the home of Mrs. Ada Robinson. I am ten year old I am a very 1,1.a<.e* t.ot rertlflcnte 14 of Plodc No, 2't 400 I'efliM..em C o" : JoI"I.- ..... 0 B_ Blort.'.".....::::::: ""

$332.; M W Morrow $10133, H lights and water $4387; A. E.McKlnney The ladles had a pleasant afternoon good girl I want a tipewright and Addition to Rtarke, Section. 21T.iwnxhlp 0 n. .B 0.... Frt ... :"

B. Wiggins $69.66, Floy Sullivan wood $29.80; M. Thomas sewing Later refreshments a doll. I want you to bring my 8 Mouth Itaniie 22 0 Boa..Old. N'a d-_ I "
J''L"t.: t
$0016, Lorraine Smith $5383, hall ling. $50O, C. J. Powell were served by Mrs. Robinson and good tencher something good and 'Hnlcl Certificate No 1211)) etnhinieH IBIife:: 0 0 leVllo".. WOdVali.a.; __ J "
_
Ophelia Bryan $0966, I. B. Cody 3780. I Mrs. Barfleld During the meeting don't forget my mother and fearth t'oekH Addition l.otx. 13. to 14 !Clarke'of Illock! North 15, I 0 Pallalrad.Mo..r...B;.... W._ I I""

$12033.; Vernu Sheffield $6650, General Fund the women decided to write Mr You can bring me enythlng else. of Itth Street In :NWV4 of NVVV 010..11. 0 Pollltrp ...1d,12.buIIC

Emmn Hill. $6966, Blanche Ed- Louise Warren, $50.00, Farmets I Miller and Mr. Waters notes of Your girl 1 Suction[an ge. 22:28 Kixft.Tnwniihlp. 6 South I I IU.., .....* 1 > ,. 0.....".. ..,2'1fJ. >aa. J "

warda $72.83; Joyce Futch $95.16; and Dealers Bank, $15.12; E. L appreciation for what they have Little Miss Oletha Thomas. Said 2/7II1M/ of rertlflcnte N" I o ........ 1I00II ,, 0 8ou........ Arana.. I ".

Ilu. Keale $72.83, Jewel Roberts Williams $4.5O; Percy Sullivan done for the club. The next meet 2 VI, vniliraceH' Lot 11 Illock 36 o TN. Coal.-:: 1IJI'\at.- I p 080alJt_ ,_1:1IJ1urIotI".. .
I'epk Ail'lltlon' to Starke In .. ""' I P fJVo.... .
$76.00, Mrs 1... H Futch $79.13, 2500; N. Thomas. $1500; A JGriffls. ing will be held at Mrs. Hargraves Longwood Fla N\V *,, of NW'/i North of 9th.Street. o """the. V>{OI __ .... \111:orld -- J 71C

Helen Cody $7913, Lois Mayes. $123.OO; Frances Peek of- where the women plan to make pillow Dear Sunta Claus ''lit h.I. Hunue Section' 22 21 Kant Towimhip 8s womc : --- I yP

$72.83, Lillie McRae $69.66, Ruth cases. The ,
ice work $960; Woman's Club I am twelve years old I will aHHeHHinent" of the Hiild prop
Frazier. $5383, Grace Ford erty under ..nltl Certificate No D6WIXM
library expense, $15.OO; Starke be thirteen on February 25th I In the name of Mr.. Onle Freeman .
$60.16;, Cleo Andrews, $43.33, Nor- Miss Juanlla McKenzie and Mrs. ,
Telephone Co, $2025; Western have been In school. the an Hnment of the pnldi
a good girl My
man Johns $72.83; Luvertta Shepherd Union, $5.47.: A. J. Griffls $125.00, Ethel Hough, accompanied by Miss teacher's name Is Mrs. Grace Dan- property l 118 wan In under tho Bald name Certificate of Mm Onlttl No.' I OFTO BOo 1TM ALL rlV1l OITEB WO. 3.ALl. roUl

$69.66, Lubidla Johns $44.33; A. J. Griffin, $2O_00; A. J. Griffls. Koger Rives of Alachua were visIting iella and I like her much. Freeman the anH' HHm nt of the Bald. H ipojxr, I Tr. S I Tfc :

Mae Wells. $57.00, Arthur Mc $355 I; Louise Warren $5000, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Herrmann Santa please think very of friends property lUG wan under In the. al name.
Rae $66 50, Essie Crosby $43.33; Frances Peek office work. $12.00, Friday night. my ; the anHaHHinent of the. aalilproperty D
Madnline Crosby $43.33, G. E. Mc- Percy Sullivan, $24.00; J. H. Moore We are glad to report that Mrs. In Seminole and Bradford County.I undi r mi I Id Certificate No.4AO
;
have four sisters and five brothers wax I In the name of T H. WllIfamH.
Guulley $8866; Harmon Morgan, $25 00 ; W. P. Smith, $25.00; E. J. Zulean Harrell who has been the a..e.Hm..nt of the. Maid orrra NO. i orrzn itex 4TlUe
they all have been good. nu.. N $6333.: Muriel Norman $6333; Lewis $25.OO spending some time in the Ala very property under Bald. Certificate NnIJIH I 0':'

Sorchle Balrd. X63.33. Annie Lau ... chua County Hospital 1s able to be Santa I would like to have a 1<"1 "wan..p Dn"In the'h.name aM.M_of.n'Futch_, ...&_ *> Ha yln.. A roa OMT 2Mggnfcoe .... A rOB 55
ra Elston $63.33, Melva Crosby -- -- at home again pair of slates candy a story book j,a.l lei ', :;: '; ii-; li";mild l '-SI/7thM'of' MagendM }$2.25 = }$2'

$5060; Aubrey Withers, $6966; BOOKER A large crowd attended the cane and a volley ball and net Santa ot IVrtlflrproperty C U & J.No.U 251 Peek wan. In the nome I 1 B 3 B

Slmmle Hunter $10000, Robert HIM Von Galney, Cur.Ilay : grinding at Mr and Mrs. C S.Kelley's I will thank you very much. I'nltfHH Hald certificate. nhiiU bered..em..d .: ." : ---
,
Give all love to all accord In* to law thepropprtle UJ. rtVIIr.
Strachun $6500, Frances Tyson Friday night. my my described therein will be .; Q.R'! 7f roa Olll"
tj
$5OOO; E E. Evans $7 .00, Lewis at Brookrr"The Mr and Mrs L. A. Mott and friends Bold to the hlKhvnt bidder at the ,$, 5-S.I......... : 25
Old Maids' Murrlel Prescott. Court-houxe door on the firxt Monday < I } .
Convention avery of
I. Dubols, $7500, Dorothy Harold baby High. Springs were visiting Hi the Month of January 1031, t'rlrrD.. i Coiutrr ROOM $2
$5000, Flossie McLendon. $5000, humorous play, was given at here Sunday. which In the 2nd, day of January \ .l ir.;. ( THIS mwnrjwn 7f

LeNora Caffey $5000, Mabel B. rooker School Auditorium Thursday Mrs Anna Alexander of Hamp Dear Santa Claus: A.Dated D .1819 thl Int, day of December .

Richardson $5000; Alice Hall Mc evening before a large and ton spent Sunday here as the I am a little boy two years old A. t> 11)18OFFICIAL.) MoCaII'. If........ : =tT
appreciative audience. of Miss and live at Brook er. I have been ( SKAI) ert.a
Coy. $5000; A. O. Jenkins $62. 0; guest Lubedia Plnholster. =1
A. O Jenkins $12.50; Sarah Jenkins. The "convention" consisted of The people of Bradford County very good I would like for you ieicr:; Circuit Court of I 1''_ I
$4000; H C. Williams. ionx, twenty old maids who will be glad to learn that friends to: bring me a tricycle large ball U-l-Bt-H-30.Rraitford County. Florida THIS RWIPWia _

$6 .00, M E. Roberts, $5000, Geneva garbed in old-fashioned dresses here of Lewis Shrlver had recently toy watch, and knife, lots of can

Hartley $SOOO; Cleo Hadley and bonnets very profusely trim received letters from him from dy and nuts. 1\0'1'11'FOil] OP TAX APPI.U"TIO'V: : I KK.IHrnnte ] >

$5000, Pearl Smith $5OOO; Annie med with bright flowers and ribbons California I have.. little brother five C"" Hill Nn. 1H1:

Louise Calnea $50.00; J A Jones, bad assembled to discuss All the Brookcr School Faculty S.NOTICE K. Hpark IS MEHIOBY holder of QIVUN.Tax Certificate That

$6500; Dora Sanchez $5000; Geneva ways and means of obtaining hus attended the County Teachers' Association school cafeteria was not seriously No. 1375, ln..tied the 7th day of

C Williams. $5000; Grace bands. They opened their meet- in Starke Friday afternoon affected. She resumed her duties In AuguDt my office A. I>.and 1931 nan hun made filed. application name QpaJ.-., ..

Robinson. $5000; Mabel Wall Ing by all sinKing "Chasing Shad- after one day's absence. for a tax deed to be I..uod. l I --. t ... ..... ... .,.:

$72.83, Mabel Wall $20.00.TrunMpurtat owe," which Wall followed by a Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Ritch of Miss Rena Prlchard of Blounts- the thereon followingclevcrlbed I Raid certificate. property embrace In* I tM..1 A ...1...... ".. I ,

Ion clever roll-call. One member Ralford spent Sunday here as the own, wa visiting here Sunday. the County of Bradford, State of I .tIoa.. ....- 4rir .......

J E Adkina $102.30; J. E. Ad- Mary Ann Barnes, seemed to disconcert guests of her parents, Mr. and She was accompanied home by her Florida NBVi.: to-wlt of a\Vi4: and all NWft of D ..... Off. :; --

klns. $3.70; J. E. Brown. $4000; the convention by her re Mrs L. A. Brown. sister Mn H. B. Crosby and I'IE'' >4 W of Hy all SW>4 of -

J G. Boyd $3581; J. G Boyd. ply. This caused much consternation Mrs. J C. Padgette and Carol children who will spend some time SEVi nil B W of of Ry HE"4 A N of of HWV branch N of A Xa

$237; Nelson Green $3961, Nelson among the "sisters** and Jr., and Frances H-:ugh, were visiting In Greensboro with her parents Uranch Section 6 Tp 7 8 R. 22f I -

Green $3.39; Richard Griff Is. Mary Ann later sang a song "I've relatives here Sunday.We Mr. and Mra. R. "'. Brannen of The. 88 a..m.nt Acrea.. of the laid prop* 'JINee. R.F.D

$32.63; Richard Griff Is, $2.37, E. No Use For The lien." which was are glad to report mat Miss Lake Butler spent Sunday here as erty under the "aid. certificate l I.- --

Lewis, $82.63.; E. Lewis $2.37, Nelaon a mirth provoker Mary Mott who was burned accidentally he guest of her parents, Mr. and ued wa In nalJ th*certificate name of H.(hall U BonnUnlem he. I __ State.. --

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h"""' ITAFJI'JAMES 8BWBLL. JUNIOR PLAYTONIGHT CHAPEL PROGRAMLast Mammy Sez: We Wonder Why GRADE NEWS "Cozumel and Belize" :'

r II Edltor-In-Chlef AT 8

''EI' : ADKIN-a JR.tmlslant IN AUDITORIUMAnd Friday the Chapel program, Lands elite but dill school term Cane grinding has become so ElO lIT-A The Island and town we were '
Ok"'h"'till? A. z. lcditor.inChIeffleport.rIl in the hands of the Juniors, proceeded am shore 'nuff flying by. We l 1s popular lately? Willie Maude Loper a student going to Is called Cozumel. When ''i. ;
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as follows: done und started de fourth month. Mr. Whlttimore's students in in History IV, brought our teacherS the boat got there It docked right

1-',1111( Davlps. Frltnk Roblnaon, Arch See Between"The Lunilx-th the Walk" Assembly Cull-L. M. Gaines. I I is sho keeping' my eye on dose Economics Class are becoming lovely bouquet of gladioli last' at the pier, so that we could get ,: ':
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lW J Tho"U"" ". Jr.Emmet Perryman1DOWhI& Flag Salute-Buddy Bishop. boys dat are goln' around scrutln- thinner, paler, and more haggerd Monduy They add much to the attractiveness off or on any time of the after :
Will STIIIth now"/ Alma Mary Murrh..0 Edwarda, Acts Assembly Joined in singing "Old IzltV people and heaitatin. on de looking every day? of our room. noon. We only stayed one after- .

8R11utIn1)." Edith.and Clara Flum. Come one! Come all! Black Joe." street cause I don't know wat dey Doshla has been missing so Mr. Powell has very kindly madea noon. C
Tonightthe Trumpet Solo--L. M. Gaines. will do '
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I I. Juniors present "Mama's Baby Piano Solo-Jean Davis. I next.If much school here of late? coat rack for our room. We needed Cozumel la being greatly Im J' ,:

h, EDITORIALOUR Boy," a truly great comedy in the Doshla don't stop Hkippin' so All these talented young dancersIn it very much and appreciate bin proved. There Is a square In the ;
" 1.rllu Inml B. H. S. auditorium at 8 o'clock. Mouth organ trio-Mrs. Vandl- much school I Just don't know our school haven't been discovered thoughtfulness.We I middle of the town where they j ; .'

SENIORS' The Juniors have been working viere, Estello and Allene Austin, wat's gonna happen ta her. before 1Everybody drew names for our Christmas have dances over a week. Along ;!
1., accompanied by chorus of Junior Dat T Model ob Cooter's white :
sho is
has the water way there a
RESPONSIBILITIES this play for several weeks andIt Is so interested in tree. We hope to have a good .'
will girls singing "Put On Your Old done some travelln' since It moved the Junior play? wall with benches. Back of that Is -
certainly be a smash hit. program. '
Seniors For eleven long years Grey Bonnet. oudt ta Kingsley Lake. a double track drive with shrubbery /
You All the senior have sud-
will bo girls
on your toes the whole! If
nothing happens we
worked for this name and Tuesday eventful Dose Jitterbugs in may between. Some of the ; '1
lire nave time in excitement.The was an day for Lawtey seem denly decided that curls are so essential have five exemptions In our room. In
vw Dave achieved It. Now the football boys and all of BUS. ta go in for popplpn' corn undmakin' to beauty houses were made of mud thatched I
, al iwt characters are as follows: However this is a guess because 4
we are the leaders and It l Is up to Mrs. Shepard McLean, a young When Coach Whittlmore gave out candy in a big way. Edith likes to ride in Cooter's "there Is a many a slip betweenthe with banana leaves. .
j. to carry on the work that our widowJuanita Barefoot. the Bradford 'B's". Speaking! We Just don't know wat ta Model\ ( ( T? I and the We left about six o'clck for Bel t ,
lip.
- graduates UI could not finish. We Shepard McLean, her young for and about the boys Coach think ob dOse people who drinkso Clara doesn't seem to be able to'' So cup far this year we have had Izo. We were on the boat two more i .

I,1111I. hull!ly l1"' up thla[ ta!k with it.jrdWhIP8 son---Eldon Hardy. Whittlmore pointed out that these much cane Juice dot it makes make up her mind about certain twenty-three perfect days and days. When we reached Belize we f'-' .,.

'UMlI I, work, fUll end finally Luther Long, a widower.-Ralp letters represent not Just the fact dem sick. I things? \ttope to have many more this had to walt for the customs of- .I
" I'll.Hot'
. ,! Rita glOry Now we are the ones ton4 Rhodes.!! that the boys are on the football Gee, but It looks like dat we Betty and Gayle suddenly developed school year. ficer. When he 'left we got in a
reIn examples for our school, I team, but stand for clean thought.cieun neber are goln' ta hab a basket I such a wonderful of motor boat and went to the Custom i
ilit Juliet .
"" Lon!!. his voun dau2hter__. .L .. .. power Sara_ Rjirefnnfc... Ilorwtrter.NINTH .._ ._
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"* (tie ones looked up to for direction -Grace D w. living and solid achievement Dan game, but I sho wish so. concentration? (Maybe they need House where we were In- I

'fornJ land u 'II* we who must set exam- Mrs. Matilda Blackburn, Mrs.McLean' The boys have worked hard this Everybody is talkin' about de it. ) I I spected. Mrs. Cooper met us. She "

C' Jplea above reproach, so that the mother-.Jean Davis. year, their first, and have done exceptionally Junior play "MamI1'lf"Doby Boy." .- We are very glad to have Buddy was the lady we were going to t

t lyounpr) may grow up In that manlier Wilber Warren Shepard's young well. They have always I sho hopes dat it is as good as BIOGRAPHY U ..' Davia back to school with us. He board with. We walked to the .
4 Not only this but we must pal-Hugh Ingram. been good sports, and that means dey say It is gonna be. DOSIII.V: SMITH has been out of school on account house down the middle of the '

r- ]also make some provisions or plans lust about everything; among other I hears dat dere are a few girls of illness for a good while. We street. Soon we came to the house I Ian \
Kline Wilber's
Sylvia girl friend
I(for the future so that the com Odessa Kelley. things, being good natured in around here dat wants ta ride In I Doshla was born in Sampson know ha will soon catch up with ,' got settled. :.:

'l. [ins! Seniors may have more and moments which try a person's utmost Cooler's T Model mighty bad and I City, October 28, 1021. At the his lessons. We took a short walk that morn 4 .'

(I 1 better opportunities for an educa- Mrs. Carlotta Anglin, Mrs. MeLean's patience. These things are I hopes dat dey gets to soon, causeit age of six this little brown-eyed E L. Moseley, our future football ing. After dinner Daddy decided ,-

h jtlon and other school objectives friend-Christine CUt haw. what the letters stand for. is quite a trill. I dark haired girl entered Bradford star, went to South CaroUna to go with the other man Into the '/

I that we have been able to secure. Cynthia Anglin, her young Students receiving Football letters Lawsey, but I Is so excited about County High School at Starke. last week-end. He enjoyed his trip Junglna. I bail to stay In Belize by j'" .

I To do this "will require every bit daughter-Elizabeth Plununer. at the close of the 1938 foot Christmas comln around de corner : She was a very brilliant child and with that thrilling: truck driver, myself. While Daddy was gone I '"; ;.f'

t. I of our time, labor, and coopera- Max Moore, a real estate agent ball season: dat I just can't seem ta find muchta never had any trouble with her Mr. M. V. Johns. went to a lot of shows. Not far ., '. '

l II Itlon. B(> Seniors let us make this Emmett Ferryman. A. Z. Adkina Jr. write about. Be good boys und studies. We are wishing that Rivera from the house was a place where I, "

I)'ear the best that B. H S. has Minnie, a young colored maid- Harold Griffis girls so dat Santa won't forget ta Soon Doshia began to grow very Hundley will win a great big prize they sold homemade Icecream. '

rfl lever had In advancements for the Jo Ella Barry. Everett McKinney bring you an electric train or wot fast and was making a pretty out of the sugar prizes given They put Jam or sauce on it. 'I ",0

In (benefit of our successors. For the thrill of a lifetime seea Kenneth Turner ever ya wants. young lady. This started all of the away Daddy came back in a week. He P I 4

--. play In which a young supposedly George Silcox Yours forever boys to running after her, and naturally Harry Kellum Reporter. said that on the way they saw a :

. DAILY BLAH rich but flat broke widow, lookIng Carlton Chastain Mammy. she liked all of the boys. tapir and black monkeys that '

:I for a husband finds a young James Sewell When Doshla was about thirteen NINTH would stare a hole through you. ...
I lh supposedly rich but nearly broke L. H. Harper BOY SCOUTSThe I years*of age she was nearly grown What would happen If: They came to a mission that two
Oh Dear. Me! Something's widower, looking for a wife. Each Inman Green and a very nice looking young lady Jacqueline wouldn't want the American ladles kepi They said
:, roiivinK( me. I Just can't figure Ralph Rhodes and by the good training she had that and Mr
have a child. But such children. local Boy Scout met door open In English/ Class' ? Daddy Wyatt were
''j' lout */'ia brunette gill somewhere They worry their respective parents Ernest Philips at the Methodist Church troop received at her home and in the Solma wouldn't fall down? the first Americans they: had seen \

un JIB -h, sophomore class la always nearly to death. Young? Oh! John Torode I Dec. 2. The meeting Friday. school, she was very polite and had Enoa' hair would lay down for fourteen months. Daddy returned
'n, ftolkinjr to or about a brunette bus I Charles Priest was opened a marvelous personality Doshla air. We buck j '
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by came on
Certainly! Who I could I doubt I it? Margie and Gcrnldlne wouldn'tDorroh 'J!
drlvmk! ) Junior. L CII-on_ __ Wnnt..n. __ I I by: repeating. the Scout Oath and WAil always_ lilted_ hv. pvnrv_ nnn___ Ihnl...._'. I ---".. th "l"! .nft.DI .r.l-.. no',.o "',0 !. .L
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Inns piay is me ueai inia year eolet's J. Law led by senior Patrol Leader knew her.Doshla uy I ;; ;: ; ; ';tp '
M. Chalker.To
Iill that picture-taking is all see It! Prices will be lOc, Frank Robinson. didn't like Margie achadTlLfl.Ppawebad to as '
qUill H fad among some groups- Hic and 25c respectively, and 40c conclude the program, A. Z. was a very lovely girl. Ida Lou would mako a low gradein we were undi-r quarantine When i.,
I this ,IB something little me won't for reserved seats. Adkins, Jr., made a presentationby Then after the opening exercises She liked to go places and do English test wo got to Tampa we took a bUll 1

I attempt to talk about though.Just "Mama's\ Baby Boy" awaits your the Senior Class to Enza Weaver the Patrol Leaders took things. Doshiti Is very sensitive Lester didn't have red curly and went to Lakeland. We stayed :
by listening around I think coming! who was chosen to win the charge of their Patrols for the and her feelings can bo hurt very hair? all afternoon, and then went to ; '

jtiat why some of these boys I prize> for haying the best HomeRoom Patrol meeting. The subject of the easily; people love to tease her Betty Strlngfcllow didn't roll my grandmothers at Fruitland

I didn't play football would make an program. She received a Patrol discussion was Requirement because she doesn't like to be her hair? Park. We came home some time I

(Interesting book. What Would HappenI beautiful compact. No. 2 for a Second Class teased. She doesn't get mad very Garland wasn't so big? later. .r H

f ... i -, Scout. This Requirement concerns but If she Roberta Whitfield, ;
My! My! But we have some wonderful easy gets mad at a Joe and Sunny didn't like to f"
I basket ball players! We Primary Jingles Tracking and Trail signs and sym friend it Is very hard to gain her argue? 't' "

I(feel certain that Names will go Enza heard from Georgia as reg- bols.Next confidence again. Buddy Davis, our reporter came
I down In Bradford history." I ularly as she would like to. FIRST GRADE A after Good patrol meetingsthe Doshia takes an Interest In her back to School last Wednesday I BUSINESS 'i

I can't see why some more Juniors Dorothy Green couldn't dance. We have a new pupil. Her nameIs Patrols filed back into the au school work and she also likes all will gladly welcome him back to I '

|don't play. I Helen didn't always have a sore Catherine Gainey. We are delighted ditorium. Each of the Patrols planto kinds of sports, but hates very his place aa reporter.We DIRECTORY ; ,
go on an overnight hike during much to see her side loose. rend our first story in the
Some of these pupils seem to be to have her.-M. Middle- She Is
(clinging to that tradition of "Flor- toe.Vernon didn't talk in study hall. ton, Teacher. January to Bedford Lake. These always ready to help a friend at ninth reader. "The Specter Bridegroom -

I lda's Sunny Weather." They're Everybody didn't get excited hikes will start with the first Friday all times. She l is hard to please, ." by Washington Irving.: We

(not wearing coats any more and about basketball. SECOND GRADE In January. The Bat Patrol and everything she sees she wants. enjoyed It very much. 4i t" '
I from watching and listening (teeth "Cooter" talked a lot. We are glad to have two new will be the first Patrol to go on She wants everyone to like her. Exemptions this year? Yes! But The drink : :,
this hike next will be the Mohican
I chattering), I believe they're John stopped smiling. boys, J. L. Slade and Leslie Cole- Doahla Is now seventeen yearsof read the requirements: :
/ft.r
then the Panther, and last the that .:
I lomcwhat cold. Edith wasn't always happy. man. We have been painting pinecones Wolf. age and a senior in Bradford 1. Satisfactory grade In Citizenship. -,

Jimmy didn't have something to for Christmas. Those who County High School. She is vice I J
I From all appearances Mary is worry about.A. make an "A" in Spelling get to Then came the game period. The president of her home room and 2 No grade below "B" during everybodyknows
looking foreward to "S" in clt-
an
Z. couldn't think of a wise taint.-Kitty Hogsed, Teacher. different Patrols lined up for the president of the Little Women's the semester. ,7F ,
[ Izenshlp. Several are going to get crack. several games. Some of the games Club. Her ambition Is to be a great 3. .Must be exempt In all sub-
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I U.. I've been giving the latter 4
and Marion couldn't find they played were Steal the Bacon designer or a model house-wife. jects or none '
a little thouc-ht and it doesn't Mary .. THIRD GRADE __A ......__...__ ..._ r,__ "'L'. _._n. .. u... 'I7Ill..__ ___n__ _____ a.S'S. .... tct ,
I anything to get excited about. Several of our classmates have anth .at'L" V LU" C 4115. yy men: win it; VVflIIIIII 10 rva.y iUUiSIIfl L '
make unle's'they
sense talk a little TVernon .J .
I In "I sent my son to college, been sick this month. All of them After this the Troop was called Silcox. lift the standard of our school. It &B
excess. I put a Mortgage on the are back except Ona Demorest.We back for the closing exercises. Pa- will Indeed be an honor to the "oneor *

Now this Is a secret, Just between shack; expect her to return soon, and trol Leader Sonny Haynes led the We the Senior Class of 30 wish two" who have acquired this COCA-COLA DOT. CO. 'f:
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you and me. what would I spent ten thousand dollars, we will be so glad to see her again. Troop In the Scout Benediction. you much success in your future standard. t
bappen If two or more grades were And got a quarterback." We have made a pretty blackboard Then aa the Troop stood at attention life and we know In whatever field William Enos Hayes, WE ARE '

put together for a party Well, .. ot green candles with red candle and saluted the Flag, Taps you take that you will succeed for Assistant Reporter. PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS ;
| the only way to find out Is try It. Guess Who? holders. The Christmas Spirit has were blown. I you have the determination to finIsh .

In closing I'm going to ask you I come to our room.-Mrs. Biggs, a task after you have begun St. Petersburg today has a popu-
I not to breathe a word of any of I Teacher. It.-Alma Murrhee Historian. lation slightly less than that of the CARPENTER'S
JokesJoe
this to a soul. I wasn't supposed to He Is an outstanding player on entire State in 1840. :
tell but r told you confidential like the football team. Played back- The Rcxall Store '
ANSWER: L. H. Harper.Florida's Andrews had a cold and kept S. B. PATROLThe f:
I'll be listening. field. This Junior is about five-feet Florida's agricultural products
sniffing. SEE ME DEFORm YOU WIRB r
The School Gosslper. and seven or eight Inches tall with jumped in value from slightly
outstanding agricultural Mrs. Perkins, aeverely-"Joe, patrol, it has been Estimates 1
+- brown hair. He gets much Joy out although more than $150,000,000 hi 1934 to Cheerfully \
Florida has been a colony, a republic of life and has a smile for everyone products have given their have you a handkerchief 1"Joe"Yes'm very cold In the last week has more than $176,000,000 in 1936.COLDS Given
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names to two Florida counties. but It's 1\01
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against
my been In order.It .
a territory and State. he meets. Not only Is this boy going on
Five flags have been unfurled a to outstanding In athletics but also They are Orange and Citrus. policy to lend It." was also noted that any time ........... E. A. WINKLER ;

Florida's balmy breezes during her in his scholastic work. He Is new the patrol was called on by the Radio and Electric Service : .
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history here this year. tachers or Mr. Williams, they have 666 tint dar ..
III I ELEMENTARY ECHOES III done that which they were calledon Headachesand PLUMBING j,. ,

to do. They have also helpedkef'p Fever Prompt Service at
Liquid Takl <. ..
I down fights and accidents SO mlnatM
on ..IT.! Horn. I>rop. SPECIALYOUR SIXTH JHA1)E has been absent because she has the school grounds and road. In Let Me Estimate Your Job
We missed Bernard Jordan and been 111. raising the flag and helping in the Liniment

Frances Roberts from our classroom We have now left the "Elson cafeteria and other duties all the Try. "Uub-My-TlRD"A Wonderful C. M. RITCH

I CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c this week. Bernard had his Gray" readers and are now read I boys in all the patrol are a valuable I.

tonsils removed and had to miss ing In "The Bolenius Readers." asset to Bradford High School. .
GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD several days of school. Frances has We have been having tests on I, Frank Robinson, BOREE FUNERAL HOME

TO PAYSmith's been> sick for three weeks now. We Spelling and Arithmetic this week. School Patrol Reporter. Full line of Ctutketn A Undertaken Supplies
H hope they will both soon be back Miss Hlnson Teacher, AMBUL.ANCK SEBVIVE I
with us.Gene Esther Griffis and Although barely visible on mapsof DAY ANI NIGHT '
Collitte Greeu the world, the five tiny Prlbllof S3 I
Noegel has moved to Cross Reporters. -PHONE-OSO.
Garageq47f6fRez. City. We are sorry to lose him --- islands have brought the United II. ItKNNRTT. IUpo_

from our classroom, but hope he FOURTH Gn\uo States $15,000,000 through scaling "A 1I0l\IE-UKE INSTITUTION ,
will like it there and do well. He opera lIonll. -
We have begun making decorations j jI
promised tl to write to us. I I
for Christmas Billie John
Most of us are studying our lessons
brought some decorations for our
; more than ever, since Mrs. tree. Jimmie Godwin and Frank 'o ; ,
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I Searing, reminupa us tnai exams ,
Jordan brought light bulbs to make
b' are only two weeks off. We surely j''
funny faces. Mrs.! Hart brought ,.
I want to pass. I
four new books. We are studying "
If not make it certain. Mrs. Searing, Teacher,
about Arabs in
I our geography. In ;1 I
Provide security for your I Leo Cooper, Reporter. arithmetic we are learning how ,
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to (do long division.
self and family See our FIFTH on.r
I Mrs. Hart, Teacher. '
local agent or write ; I We have been reading about the Shirley Judd and 'i
states that raise much hay for the
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Frank Jordan, Reporters.
r' dairy cows. Roger Mathews ;.
I brought some alfalfa hay that I ,
came from Missouri to show the FOURTh CiKADK

class. Last week we were glad 1 to have ",.
Alescia Noegel has moved to Lena Bell Johns from Green Cove

Cross City. We miss her very Springs visiting us. : l'l'I

much. We are very glad that Doro- I : E7/\1. -

We all enjoyed our Thanksgiving thy Johns Annie Mae Ruls, MarI I / -.
vacation. lon Crews and Austin Smith are % ,,I

c ,It/ ,,. -9i is,. P Pv Miss Morgan, Teacher, able to be back. -' ,'' &r ..'" .- ,,- ,.', 0 \ .I ; _

4k c Mary Lee Reporter. Dorothy Kite and Ethel! Griffis
1 ,- are still absent. We hope they will BY THE WAY Park.andpnu..e.whereyou8eetho. -. :
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., red that "Drink '
I i ; .e- FIFTH GICAIIB soon be back. sign says Coca-Cola.: ,L! 7 ,

1 _.- We are studying about "War Our teacher has been reading < PAUSE 'C ashes a welcome Invitation to enjoy g / I _
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-J a sociable for
for Independence," In History. The Eskimo Twins to ua. The twins puue pure refreshment -, .1.1I
Thirst asks nothing I ,
I 1s Grace Lee Hicks is back In were Menie and :Monle. I AND REFRESH more .
r school after being absent for a We have a pair of twins in our COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.

: month. We are very glad to have room. They are Gay and Ray. ER-IA3-7: 5,8 : W _
; G her back with us. :Miss Edwards, Teacher, .
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; ''Meeting of the Year Enjoys Fish Barbecue Ha Birthday Party HOLIDAY SPECIALSBENNY'S-

Circles of the Woman's Mission- Members of the Methodist Sun- Master Jimmy Warren, son of
'. }, ary Society of the Methodist day School Class of which Mrs. D. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Warren, was
[ AGES Church held final circle meetings P. Carpenter Is teacher, enjoyed a honored with a birthday party giv-
: of the year Monday afternoon. delightful fish barbecue last Thursday en by his mother at their home

_. -_._-- Circle Number One met at the night at the home of Mr. and Saturday afternoon from 3:30: until
home of Mr. and Mrs A. Wood and Mrs. Carpenter.The 5:00: o'clock. Jimmy celebrated his
F. ., Miscellaneous; Shower Officers of League was entertained by Mrs. Wood and outdoor living room, where third birthday anniversary at this

For Graham Bride Name CommitteesThe Mrs. Charley E. Johns.) Greenery the guests gathered for supper, time.

+' 9)) A miscellaneous shower honorIng officers of the Intermediate : turkscap and white star jessamin was made more attractive by the The Christmas motif was carriedout Cash & Carry J. B. Sapp
were attractively arranged in the of Mexican colors, charm in decorating the Warren'shome Prop
Mrs. Bill Cain of Graham, was League of the Methodist Church use ,
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living room where the guest. were strings, and potted plants. The for this delightful party Phone Free Delivery in
given Friday afternoon, December met Thursday afternoon at the seated. Quantities of varl-colored balloons City
long table, near the fireplace was
2, at the home of her aunt, Mrs parsonage.The The circle leader, Mrs. Johns, covered with 'a Mexican cloth and added a further note of gaiety to Fresh Vegetables and Fruits

''t ElLzah Strickland at Graham. ,, following committees were presided over the meeting which was set with fiesta china. Bowls the occasion. I't'KK' UK.

9 Games were played under the appointed: recreation, Marjorie was opened by prayer. Mrs. L. F. of brightly colored fruit added a After playing many games Jimmy FRUIT CAKE
'tHOME Smith read a Bible lesson from further decorative note to the ta and his friends were invited
direction of Mrs. Ruth Tipton and Davis; worship, Virginia Sewell; LARD lOc] MATERIAL
Mrs. Virginia Sandel after which Luke 17, 11-19 verses, which was ble. After supper the guests Into the dining room for refresh-
f refreshments of cake and fruit missions, Nina Bishop; social followed by Miss Olive Ray tellingof roasted marshmallows on the coal ments of Ice cream and cake/ The Orange

NEED'j t were served to twentynineguests chairman, Virginia Anderson. a great leper colony in Korea. of the log fire."Professor birthday cake, iced in white and Peel, Lb. 25C

j $r'OR l'' punch by the hostess, assisted! by Plans were made for a Christ- Mrs. Wood, Mrs. J. H. Fields Mrs Quiz" and other nov- pink, and holding three burning :3 Li I4. Lemon Peel, Lb 25C
Frank Robinson and Mrs. E. K. centered the din-
candles,
Mrs. Mattle Griffin and Mrs. Ar- mas party to be held Dec. 22. It elty games were enjoyed In the latter birthday Citron Peel
Agree? ,t { line Call The bride received many was announced that the Intermediates Perryman gave readings about the part of the evening. ing table. Dainty sprays of .fern ONIONS lOc Lb. 27C
tbq bonaetimg work with the Jews In Mercy Center were placed around the cake. Glazed
beautiful and useful gifts. Those enjoying this delightful
( will help with a pageant in Chicago.
Mrs. Cain was formerly Miss affair were: Mr. and Mrs. Elmo, Those Invited to help Jimmy
wly which is to be presented in the During the business session plans celebrate his birthday were: Mary Pineapple Lb
33C
Irma Jones daughter of Mr. and Struth, Mills Abbie Harley, Miss 2 LB. JAR PEANUTBUTTER
borne Mrs. Carl Jones of Graham. Her Church on Dec. 11. The bed spread were discussed for the bazaar, Lorraine Smith, Miss Virginia Fu- Beth Lane, Judy Green, Levy Ca- Glazed'

jcJaaractc 4 husband Is the son of Mr. and which is being made will! be sentto which will be held Saturday, December gate, Miss Kitty Hogsed, Miss Lu- nova Jeanette Inman, Jean Ritch, 20c
[far too J' 10, in the office building I Marion Harrington, T. K. McClane Cherries Lb.
Mrs. Jesse Cain and is prosperous the orphanage for Christmas.The cile: Kennedy, Kill Graham James 33cGUAltN1'En
}jrtderertOf young farmer of the Graham sec following officers were pres- just west of the Starke Hotel. Dennis, Glenn Wood, Mr. and Mrg. Martha and Idell Landrum Peggy ,

Impoij ViS tion. ent: Pr"8ldent, Patsy Keene; treas. Miss Kate Struth reported that Carpenter, and Mrs. T. T. Lon// Ann and Barbara Wiggins, I LISA:
[ j jt-y to put< The young couple will be at urer Freddie Wlmberly:> ; secretary. $2.27 had been collected in mite Richard Kldd, Edwin Priest. Richard -

{' eratlons1 i t home to friends at the home of Leonard Smith; publicity chairman boxes for the Baby Special fund Baptist[ Missionary\ !! Circles Williams, and Tommy Gill

manta')' the bridegroom's parents. Ida Lula Davis. The hostesses assisted by Mrs. +--- FIiTIIJR Ol'I

| ed, Y Carrie flitch, _anv.. .TAft_ hot ten", aavwl-, Have Interesting MeetingsCircle The Rev. Frank Robinson .. ..
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Hom f ,- -- I ... ....... .. .. 'J1 "
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wlches and wafers. Circle members No. 1 of the Baptist Addressed P.-T. A. "
J31oridn I FLOWERS AS NEAR TO YOU present were: Mrs. Wood, M. S. met with Mrs. R. A. GreenIn

+ several r r ; I AS YOUR TELEPHONE Mrs. A. II. Green, Mrs. L F. her home on Walnut Street, The Parent-Teacher Associationmet COOKING S LBS CRANBERRY' -
method Smith, Mrs. Carrie Ritch, Mrs. M. Monday afternoon, at 3:00: o'clock. in regular session last Thurs-
T Of theestablfat\ I FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J B. Herlong, Mrs. Johns, Miss! Olive Mrs L. G. Powell leader, con- day afternoon at 3:30: o'clock in APPLES lOc SAUCE lOc

| JfY 'i ALL ORDERS FILLED Ray, Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Fields, ducted the Devotional, using: the the school auditorium with the
Ii to the r president, Mrs. E. K. Perryman,
I Mrs. Ferryman. Christmas story from Matthew asher VAN CAMP'S' : NO. Z/t* VAN
ARTISTICALLYECONOMICALLYPROMPTLY a
CENTS
t, topic and during the business In the choir. :Alias Madge Middle- S FOR

convenlbouaewl session plans were made for a ton secretary, read the minutesof Pk.&Beans lOc
Mrs. W. E. Middleton
and Mrs. MATCHES
ti l",' MRS. L. G. POWELL, Starke jj Sam Anderson were hostesses to Christmas box for the orphanage.At the last meeting and Mrs. H. C. lOcNO.
corregpitr Ritch, treasurer, gave the finan-
the close of the meeting
Circle Number at the home
bull YNr7f1'' ----' Two cial report. '
Mrs.
Green NO. 8'/ CAN
-- -- -- of the former, which was/ decorated served pecan pie and ,
Asa c d with coffee to the eleven members pres- After the routine business, Mrs.
Christmas and SALMON lOc
edortUon a holly. The meeting greenery was opened nt. W. B. Sewell, chairman of program SPINACH lOc
agi This circle will meet with Mrs. presented the Rev. Frank (
with
did dyebueine FLOUR GREEN'S STORE and prayer the by Mrs Pearl Simpson Floyd Green in January. Robinson, pastor of the Methodist 8 LJt. I'un'lApple
scripture read
was by I LAKGR
.H FOIl
Church
I : and Scoutmaster as the
J hand wltfi''. k. 50c Cash & Mrs.lesson L.told D. Vinlng of Jesus The healing scripture the Circle No. 2 met at the home of guest speaker. Mr. Robinson gave Jelly 19c SUPERSUDS25cHOSR

f thaj '., 24 Lbs. Carry ten lepers and following this read- tfrs. G. B. Flynn, with Mrs. S. an interesting talk on Scout prin-
tng moi t E. Sparks as co-hostess. ciples and conducted a round table --
STARKE FLA. ing Miss Amelia Ray told of the I
tot theirS + discussion of Scout work.
( Farm and Home Leper Colony in Mrs. A A. Durden led the Devotional -
I resource Korea, which Is carried on by mis- and selected as her topic Eight boys of the Starke troop I I RICE : ISc
dot rf d demonstrated giving and receiving ItLI'K
"
sionary workers and which last "The Star of David
,Ion wifeen { signals with the Scout flag. S J us.
de ] Free Free FreeTilE year treated 851 cases of leprosy. Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, work bas- Mrs. Sewell announced that Air
Mrs. White reviewed an article en- ket chairman, reported the sale of Harold Hume, plant specialist of
l pp n titled "Mercy Center Brings Christ fancywork and"the payment of the the University of Florida, will be TIN SlOZltS: 100 LlIS.
6[ i to Chicago's Ghetto," which told of bill for the ,table. Mrs. Durden,
man to 1f f' FOLLOWING PRIZES work among the Jews. personal service chairman, gave a the. speaker at the January meeting Dill Pickles 25c SALT 95e
WILL HE GIVEN: AWAYfllKISTMS Rorxu ouSirloin Mr. Hume will talk on landscape -
'tflstlantrorhich : : Jo\'F.-6 I' M. Steak lb. 16c Mrs. L. A. Davis, circle leader, report of the work done by her I gardening.At .
presided over the business session, committee. the conclusion of the meetIng JIM DANDY' 5 LUi4. TABLE :S nm
) cal e C b 1ST PRIZE ------ $:i.IH'( CASH Kill and the following persons were appointed Plans were made for a Christmas when the roll call was made
+&ng 2M FKI/E $ .50 CASH to put flowers In the box for the orphan girl at Arcadia ]Mrs.. H. C. Rltch's second grade GRITS lOc PEACHES 25eC
$
been g ------ Beef Stew 3 IBs. 25c
church for the next month For
: and for two local boys who home room was awarded the prize
ntng1t. 3RD I'KI R ____ $ .OO TRADE December 11, Mrs.\ L. D.
Vining; are orphans. Plans were also made for having the largest number of C S.\LAU' MAXWELL HOUSE
once
_ PORK for Dec. 18, Mrs. Davis and Mrs. for a basket for a .
needy family.It votes.
lln,beta,f a ::0 ':,'4 nil I'KIZE n 10 OAL. GAS STEW, Lb. 12'/2c Hogan Smith; for Dec. 25: Mrs. was announced that the Jan- .--- DRESSING 20c COFFEE 2ScII

tter it''t', ', I OTH PRIZE ___ $2.00 TRADE Middleton, chairman; for January uary meeting will be held at the St Marks' Auxiliary MeetsAt
E COUNTRY POUKSAUSAGE 1, Mrs. E. L. Williams, chairman. home of Mrs. Durden and Mrs. ,
iiI J.lm1 ; tll ,+ OTII VKILK $1.00 TRADUJTII Home of 1'01t
u. The circle welcomed Mrs. L. H. Mary Geiger. Mrs. Davis

yna'P1Vdttu PRIZE5____ O\L. GAS Lb. 20c Jennings as a new member. to the The meeting was closed by mem- The regular meeting of the BREAD 25c BANANAS 15ci

,3 LARGE CHUCK Society.The bers repeating. the Lord's Prayerin Woman's Auxiliary of St. Marks'Episcopal I'
f ,' > president, Mrs. T, J. Griffin -I Unison", Church met Wednesday
Weiners, Lb. 12'/2c STEAK, Lb, ll /2c talked about plans for the bazaar -I During the social hour the host- i afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at the

next Saturday. Mrs. Vining esses served delicious sandwichesand home of Mrs. R J. Davis. i:E11A11111ATERGRUUNU
4 v was appointed chairman of the bazaar hot tea. After the yearly reports of the :: 8c
PORK CHOPS15c! : committee for Circle Number officers and committee chairmen
.1 Circle No. 3 met at the homeof were given the following officers
Two.During Mrs. A. O. Andreu with Mrs. P.
the social half hour, the were elected for the ensuing year:
r. < } hostesses, assisted Mrs. M. Barefoot aa co-hostess. Mrs. President, Mrs J B. Carlisle.
OLEO CHEESE lb lSc by Hogan W. B. Alexander, co-leader led the Hamburger lOc Pork Chops 15c
Lb.
12% Smith, served coffee and fancy Vice president. Mrs. J, M. Al
devotional using: as her subject
cakes. The favors were tiny I varez.
4iY 1 t of COUNTRY ILOLL GROUND Christmas trees and images of "Good News of the Kingdom" bas- Secretary, Mrs. R. J. Davis.
ed of Stew Beef lOc Lamb Veal
upon portions Luke and Isa and
__ : i'' 1, BUTTER, Lb. 25c MEAT, lb lOc1t1.AD.t Santa Mrs. Claus Middleton, made and of Mrs.candy.Ander- iah.A M.Educational Morrow of Hampton.secretary, Mrs. W.

special collection was taken Treasurer, Mrs. J, C. Hoover.
son had as their guests: Mrs. A
Z. Adkins, Mrs. E. J. Dowling for gifts for the"orphan girl. This After the meeting adjournedMrs. Live Hens & Fryers-We\ Dress Them

Mrs. Hogan Smith, Mrs. Vining, money, a total of $2.25 was turned Davis assisted by her two
x COOKINGOIL Gal. 76c Mrs. W. P. Smith, Mrs. White, over to Mrs. J. D. Goodman chair- daughters Ida Lulu and Marjorie, 11 OZ.
man of orphanage committee. served
tempting refreshments of LARGE OCTAGON
Mrs. E. L. Williams, Mrs. Simpson,
1'u, tr Mrs. L. H. Jennings, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. R. A. Newsome was appointed fruitcake, coffee, and salted nuts. CATSUP l lOc
COMPOUND Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Mrs. Griffin, Enlistment] Committee -- SOAP CHIPS 19c
GRITS, Lbs..20c LARD, Lb. lOc Miss Amelia Ray. chairman, and 11.... A. O. Andreuwas Auxiliary To Meet\ NO. Z CAN

named Personal Service chair- The Ladles' Auxiliary of the

$ + HOME: GROUND 3 LBS. Jean e tt e 'T'...'.'''.nines 1-rnft as man.As Preab, y terian' Ch arc h wit 1 meet" TOMATOES 6c C'1 SIS
1 + MEAL 10 Lbs. 18c ONIONS 10cRiceFEf Sunday night December 11, Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clock at
4& .- ___ Delightful Birthday Party will bo Missionary Rally Night at SPAGHETTI
the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. S.
LBS.
+ the Church, Mrs. A. M. Darby, POTTED II.\MMACARONI 2jcVK
;? ; Little Miss Jeanette Thomas, Williams on Cherry St. Mrs. O. E.
Yt daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil president ,of the society, suggested Stanbury, president of the auxiliary SUGAR 23c '
v ioct Thomas, was the honoree at a de- that the W. M. U. attend in will preside. over the meet-
a body.
IDS. lightful party recently when her Ing. Mrs. C. F. Ward will be the >
\ :
The next meeting will be held CARRY CORN. SCRATCH. SHORTS. LAYINGM
mother entertained for her from leader of the program on Iran and
W 3:30: until five o'clock at their Monday, January 9, at the homeof Mesopotamia. Mrs. K. M. Davis GROWING MASH. ALSO A FULL LINE OF FRESH MEVTH.-!<
t t, NO. JOAN home. Mrs. H. L. Hough. VEGETABLES' AND FatUI'I!
r PURE GROUND Jeanette celebrated her will conduct the devotional.
a i TOMATOES 6c third birthday anniversary at this After adjournment the hostesses .
Lb. llc
COFFEE
assisted by Mrs. Barefoot
rr t' Ii time.Attractive and little Miss Joan Dinkins, serv- 3 The ocean's greatest depth is FREE TURKEY SATURDAY NIGHTBIG
PEANUT arrangements of Fall ed ,400 feet off the Philippine
SUGAR Lbs. 23c delightful refreshments of cof-
Myf BUTTER, 2 Lbs. 20c flowers were used In decoratingand fee, tea and sandwiches. slands. ..-
after playing games on the -
lawn the young folks were invited
NORTHERN Into the dining room for refreshments Mrs. Chapman

- B.VKV LI:MAS 41 HENS LB. 18C of hot chocolate and cookies. Entertains U. D. C.

n'y. ; U. E. PEAS, LB. 2C C CS About twenty-seven girls and The W. T. Weeks-; Chapter, Unit-
f boys were present to enjoy the NEW TYPE
E d dl party with Jeanette. r ed Daughters of the Confederacy,
met Wednesday
l afternoon at the
,,1 r LOAVES 1 MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE I
State Farm and entertainedby
were
BREAD 25c Lb. 25c I Business MeetingThe Mrs. L. F. Chapman. Ferns I!

SALAD' JERSEY regular business meeting of and japonlcas were arranged ini i in TAMPA TIMES
the Starke Woman's Club will beheld the large living room where the
'' t : DRESSING, Qt. 20c Corn Flakes 5c I l Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: guests were seated. I

I o'clock in the club auditorium with The president, Mrs. E. K Ferryman -
the president. Mrs. L. A. Canova presided over the business OLD TYPE NEW TYPE

attl f Scratch Feedbag $1.67 .I presiding. Members of the executive session and the secretary, Mrs. These two column of type con These two columns of type containing -
board are expected to be pres- Ethel M. Biggs, transacted her taming exactly; the same wording, exactly the ,
; same wording
J .1 ent and all members are invited to duties. The chapter decided to arc tat in two different kind of are set In two different kinds of
Palmolive Soap 6c 10o SIZE'OCT.GON attend. buy a $5.00 bond to help In the type. The first column U set In type. The first column la set in
fight against tuberculosis. The educational Tb Tampa Times old type. The The
r 25cPowder,6large Tampa Times old type. The
3 for
; Supersuds second column U set In the new
SOAP OR ,
a9! fund was placed at $3.00 second column is set in the new-
type-a type called Excelsior, recently -
j ;, Y4 25c OCTAGON SOAP cll 'sCONCENlltTEIJ and the Randolph Relief fund at brought out by: the Muc- type-a type called Excelsior, recently -
500. enthaler Linotype Company after brought out by the Merg-
Large 19c The Historian,, Mrs A. Z. Ad- long study and experiment to develop enthaler Linotype Company after
: tlA r Supersuds, pkg. lOc OCTAGON klns, presented Mrs. t. A. Davis a type for newspapers which long study and experiment to develop
could be read more etully and a type for newspaper which
i Octagon Cleanser, 5c Toilet Soap, 5c J book who gave"Flight a Into talk Oblivion about the" writ new with lea. eye etraln. with could less be eye read strain.more easily and

ten by Prof. Hanna of Rollins Col-

Nt Ij Agent For lege, Winter Park The book will Also The Times now publishes more Florida news more world news, more
soon be received here at the libra sports, pictures and features.
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because it tells of Jefferson Davis' started TODAY. Only 18c per week by carrier-65c per month by mail (in
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and Juda
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Wired to anybody, anywherefor
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rnID.\V. IJE'EI\IUER.. .. 0.....11)38. ..---. .. .. .. ..--_. --.. .- ....BRAI. .--->-FORD- OODNTY-- TELEGRAPH. STAKKE. .FLORIDA ___ u __._'_'PAGE_ nVB_
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Mrs L. S Hutto Miss Edna Mrs P H Roberts and Mills The Woman Missionary Society I I I I Mrs. W B Sewell and M It. L Mr and Mrs. John Uglow will

I Hut 10 md Tillman Hutto were in Dorothy Revels ot Tallahassee I of the Methodist church will f i: U Vining spent Friday afternoonin have as their week-end guests, Mr.

.liickHonvillp Thursday ol lost ''.. and food sale tomorrow Gainesville They were accompanied -
spent last w'ek.en i u ah KUHIM iv > l bazaar and Mrs II. H. Ford and familyof
Bits of I we'k. of Mrs Roberts plasma, Mi and' ( Saturday) at the office home by Mrs. Sewell slater Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs' R. T. "
Mr... R. R PrHvatt building just west of the Sturke Mrs. J. D. Cottrell of Lees- McDowell and family of Jacksonville i I

Mr. and Mrs. A. F Sauls Mrs. Hotel. burg, who spent the weekendhere and Mr and, Mrs. W. E. Bul- I

W. M. Wimberly and daughter, Recent guests of Mrs W. J. Ep- with Mr. and Mrs. Sewell.: lard and family of Thomasvllle, ;

Local Ne Freddie, spent Saturday In Jacksonville person and Mr. and Mrs. G. A. An- Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J R. Ga. The occasion will be the fiftieth -
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilkerson
derson were Mr. and Mrs. R L. Kelly will be pleased to learn of wedding anniversary of Mr. t'
and son, Edgar spent Sunday In '
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Kpperson: and children, Betty and the birth of a son Saturday, December Green Cove Springs with Mr. and and Mrs. Uglow.XMAS.
Miss Miriam Stubbs and Miss Ray Jr., of Jacksonville. 3. The child weighed 8'%'
Mrs J. B Mills.' They were accompanied -
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY ANn TOWN Gertrude Heering of Green Cove pounds and both mother and babyare home by Mrs.' Wllkerson' TREE f
Springs business visitors here doing fine.
were ,
mother, Mrs E. W. Thomas,

--.J Monday. '" 'ACS Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy, who who has spent the past two weeks ORNAMENTSt
L t in Green Cove Springs with Mr.
have spent the past several days In '
a .l I. Grlffla spent Tuesday Mrs W. B. Mundy and J. B. Miss Frances Hemming'.ay Tallahassee week-end and Mrs. Mills and In Palatka with l' ,
lire were guests
Sapp spent Wednesday In Jacksonville spent Sunday In Jacksonville as AT (;,"' I'ENTER'S Mr. and Mrs. T. E Strange 1"" \,
111 i Gilinesvllle. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lester of Mrs. Guy's parents Judge and .__.__. .n__ .
Simon ton. Miss Frances Peek Miss Lil- Mrs. A. Z. Adklns en route to J
epent WednesdaY -
Miss Ruth Rowe lian Sternberg and Miss Lorraine Leesburg and Sanford I 1
lacksonvllle. FOR ALL FORMS: OF a
m :Miss Ella J. SnsHee and Mrs. R. Smith attended the Fall Frolics at
J, Davis spent Thursday in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs J 13. Sapp and the University of Florida In Dr and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and -
Only a little more than II week Mrs. W. B. Mundy were visiting Gainesville last week-end son Cliff, Miss Gloria Johns, and: INSURANCE : .
Itrxall Cl.ll.lren'. Content at relatives In Gainesville Sunday
In ,h* Tommy Ritch all of Jacksonville
iatlx'0p'r's. afternoon. were guests Sunday of Mr. and
The W. C T. U. will meet again Mr and Mrs. G. L. Patten of ; :
Mrs. T. J Griffin, Mrs. Carrie
of Bartow with Mrs. F. A. Scott this after Tallahassee spent the week-end 1isHAROLD I
palil! Bi i anova spent Voto now In trail Children'* Rltch, and Miss Annie Darby.Go I
WWK 1 >'n |be mother, Mrs. E. E. Canova, and
WALL
., C. LIGHTS TINSEL. ICE-
1y to the W. M. S. bazaar tomorrow -
Mrs. A. E. Wall was a recent Mr. and Mrs. V. Landrum and Mr and Mrs. L. A. Canova. and buy some handmade Agency CYCLES; ETC.

Canova and Mr. and week-end visitor in Winter Haven son, Vasco, of Jacksonville were work for Christmas presents. The
MUmmn M Kuld were the dinner and West Palm Beach. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. Miss! Mina Mantissa returned to bazaar will be held at the office Agey. Est. Over 50 Years CARPENTER'STHE 'J

Ir! ,' turday,, night of Mr. and F. Colley her home here Tuesday after building just west of the Stiuke UEXALL STOKE

>goes in ann (nel sby of Jackson-I Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Weldon and Mr. and Mrs. George Bennett Ga.spending, with several her brother-in-law days in Atlanta and, Hotel. __u____ _. __-- -- --- .-- -.-.- -- -.- ---

vUleFOR children will spend tomorrow with and I A. E. \Vall of Jacksonvillewere fllutolTr and Mm .1'. P Burns. _la_.. sure fo vote In (-.rr.nl..r'n.,.. nn ... I::'" -

.....--. friends in Jacksonville.Mrs. Mrs. W.guests L. Wall.Sunday of Mr. and I-- : I Recall Children' Content before Five Free Turkeys Xmas Eve 8 P. M. ,

Jack Williams Miss Ruth Mr. and Mrs D R Shaffer, of it closes D4>e. 10th. )
Winter Park, who were guests last .
Rowe, and Miss Lillian Sternberg Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Gill of Jack- week of their son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown lee.

spent Monday in Gainesville. sonville were guests Sunday of daughter. Mr. and Mrs S. A. Wel- Jr., and children Louis and Mor- ) ?!

their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. don, have returned to their home. ris, of New Orleans, La., arrived i
Mrs. S P. Vandivlere, Mis Earl Tip Top Grocery
and Mrs W. C. Manning.CHRftEALS.. 'Sunday for a visit with relatives. fa;
Searing, and Mrs. W. H. Hart ,
.
Mr. and Mrs. Ge01'geV. Marks They were called here because of ,
in Jacksonville
spent Saturday and daughter, Marjorie, of DeLand the serious Illness of Mrs. Brown- I,
were recent guests of Mrs. Marks' lee's father, M. Leviton. Friendsof FRIDAY & SAT., DEC. 9 & 10, 1938ICEBERGLETTUCEorCarrots r k
Mrs. R. A. Green attended the
mother, Mrs. A. It'!. Darby, and Mr. Leviton will regret to learn "
SALE- -Four wheel buggy Florida-Temple football! game In Mrs. C. W. Chalker.CongresKman '' that his Illness necessitated his being f'
afternoon.. 'I'
Gainesville
and part of harness. Also a single Saturday AT CARPENTER'SMrs J moved from a Palatka hospital 7cLIBBY'A
bedstead See W. G. Starr at R. A. Green left I to St. Vincent's Hospital In Jacksonville r
The Rev. Frank Robinson
iifildunre of Effle Gnann, Starke. spent last Thursday with a party of sen- I where he will undergo a ,
Tuesday In Quincy attending the N. T. Green and children, ators, representatives and other major operation. \
1Ipll25.3tp Tallahassee district conference. Mrs. W M. Wimberly and daughter FANCY; :
: prominent business men on an Inspection FRUIT CAKE
Freddie, were visiting relatives ,.
> tour of the Everglades. MONOCKA.M
FOR F SALE Choice MissionarySt Monday, Dec. 19, It the liu,t fillY In Highland!; Sunday. This t trip wiis sponsored by the, MILK I MATERIALOrange :
In the Result lilldren's Contest ,
awbcrry Plantsnone better, State Chamber of Commerce.
liruc 't, name. $2 per 1000.-J. at Carpenter's.! Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughters Gn.qm> tRDS Peel, Lb. 25c i ':'
Judsonla, Ark. Miss Juanita and Suva Bare- 3 Tall Cans 17c
Ater: ins Son The Kexall C'hlMren's contentulll #
Mrs. Julia Eastman is spending foot, und Mrs. L. J. Green spent close! ut CarMniter's| 1\lolllla)', I WS'111LE'OU) WAIT Lemon Peel, Lb. 25c 1 ; .
wAvrKi: Family of six or more thin week In Lake Butler as the I Jacksonville.
,, Wednesday In I Jf'(!. 19th.! AT CAIU'KNTEK'rt ('ot'NTU'IUS'I' Citron Peel], Lb. 25c ( )
fo[' vi I twbcrry picking Will guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Reg I -
Hirov m mfurnlshed! house. Apply ister. Friends of Miss Katie Fugatewill Pineapple, Lb. 33c 1 :

li u I tea Rising Pecan Farm I be glad to learn that she Is THE DAY OF THE HOMEBAKEDFRUIT PEAS or CORN Cherries, Lb. 33c ''f .l a
Stark Ala 12-9-2tp Miss Dorothy Sapp of Tallahassee able to be out after being confinedto

ron; RENT Furnished-;;; upstairs spent the week-end here with her home because of Illness CAKEIS 3 Cans 25c W. Raisins, Lb. lOc t ;,!

apartment All newly redecornt- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. PASSED! Currants, pkg. lOc '
Sapp. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rltch and t'
|.d-< Mrs F. H Long. Itp ,
Mrs. E. L. Biggs attended the IMCIKIt Dates, pkg. lOc
THE SMART:
FOR SALE OR RENT-Desirable Florida-Temple football game in j lOc f.j-j-;
HOUSEWIFE BUYS Figs pkg.
,
22 acre farm one mile from Gainesville Saturday afternoon.
\QA ..PIP RAT HE. It'S FROM: THE PRUNES Lb. 5c ,,
I'tarke:: Also 142 acre farm near Spices. I \ I..
<7raham; In Bradford Co. Extra W. M.' Wulnwrlght of Tallahassee A&P I

'oed,) coil An outstanding opportunity CARPENTER'S spent last Tuesday and Wed- Ballard's Balloon Self-Rising 24 LBS. t.1' )
for a man with suitable nesday here with his parents Mr.
equipment. See Harry Ford and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Sr. I 1 erg I
prm POUND
Mrs. G. V. Anderson, Miss Ma- c
fit t John Uglow's homo this Satur-
mle Anderson, Mrs. Pauline Stone 39c ;
lay It Mrs. L. L. Conner and daughter FLOUR 50c
and three children, Billy, Betty, ,Miss, Elna Conner, of Water Oak ,
OSTSix months older male pointer and Peggy, all of Archer, were visited Mrs. Conner's sister, Mrs .
puppy. All white with heavy guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs G A. H. Green, Wednesday afternoon. 2 POUND
(tier spots. Reward for return to A. Anderson and Mrs.':: W. J. Ep 75c ,. 12 Lb. Sack 27cFRESH 4

harles Darby. 2t-c person. Miss Ruth Sternberg and Glen .

Wood were among those attendingthe '
WATER Oil. TAMPA MAli 1
Florida-Temple football gameIn 5 POUND '

NAT SEZ: Gainesville Saturday afternoon. $1.79 MEAL 5 Lbs. Sc MACARONI .\

Manhattan Shirts, Hlckok Belt Mrs. W. L. Wall and Mrs. J. M. ,

or Iloloproof Hosiery make fine Brownlee spent Tuesday in Gainesville ) 1
Xmas Gift and are sold In Jacksonville as guests of their brother-in- FRESH IJAKED AND PEARL CORN 3 Boxes lOc l r

xr tt;, + 'C at Levy's and Cohens'. But law Dell.and sister Mr. and Mrs. S. T. HEAVY WITH CHERRIES, A & P GRlTS.5Lbs.10cOLEO l FIJU. r
CUKAMCHEESE
1 hero's a little tip folk" you ran NUTS, AND ALL OTHER I N. N. rilKVATTMO

also get them In that old town of Mrs. F. G Schell of Lake Butler DELICIOUS INGREDIENTS It.SPECIAL Lb. 17c ;
Lb. "
week-end hereas 122c
Starke at Sternberg' Store. So will spend this ,
of Mrs. W. J. Epper-
the guest
If want to play safe and avoid
you O. A An-
son and Mr and Mrs.
a lot of traffic, look ui* over first. .1
derson. [ "'"
It may wave you a tiresome trip. s RICE 111.1 FANCY IF. 51bs.15c +;'I: ; ,
W hat can you l"mo 1 Mrs. L. D. Vlning Mrs. C. A. BONE
Knight, Mrs. W. B. Sewell and her 4"'a al
Mrs. J. D. Cottrell of
house guest. ,
GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR HIM Leesburg spent Saturday In Jacksonville M. SI.ICKI' TENDERIZED __ n+ .y


BLUE FLEX SHIRTS, well made, good value $1.00 EM :' Ham Ends, lb. 224'' KEROSENE ; .

MARK TWAIN and NEW ERA SHIRTS[ $1.65 ,
NEAT Ail ED BREAKFAST
MANHATTAN SHIRTS AND PAJAMAS$2.00 '

A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF :MEN'S< TIES, 50c & $1.00 CARPENTER'S 4 a BACONLb. 25c Gal. lOc


MANHATTAN HANDKERCHIEFS, Boxed, 50c & $1.00 Mr. and Mrs. C. H Nasworthy liKKK' KiltSTEW n

MEN'S PAJAMAS, nice patterns $1.00 spent Sunday In Gainesville visiting i
Mrs. L. A. Shepherd who Is 3 Lbs. 25cCHUCK
HICKOK BELTS with INITIAL BUCKLES$1.00 confined to the Alachua County 'I

MUNSINGWEAR PURE SILK SOX, 3 fairs$1.00 Hospital. BEEFROAST J

MEN'S BATH ROBES ranging in price from __$1.98 Friends of Mrs. O L.. Beasley Lb. 12c

:MEN'S BEDROOM SLIPPERS, up from __ _$1.00 will be glad to learn that she has [.
recovered from a slight Illness that -y

OYS' HOOTS, for the little boys __ ______ .______$1.98 confined her to her home for sev- I
Pork Stew Lb. 12
eral days. HOLIDAY ROUND TRIP FARES c; 2 Lbs. 25cJKVVM


GIFT SUGESTIONS FOR HER Mrs K. It. Matthews, Miss Florida Motor Lines give you a big Christmas gilt OK I'UltK KITTK1U4 I ,5;

HOIL" PROOF HOSIERY, none better __ 79c!) & $1.00 Madg Middleton, and John Pow- this year with special reduced fares for the Holiday
:]
HANDKERCHIEFS) in boxes, 23c 50c & $1.00 ell wedding attended In Jacksonville the Dowling-Grooms last Thursday There's added saving and added pleasure In every PORK & BEANS I[ '. .',
mile when you take your trip in the cozy comfort ofa LARDlOc

H \NEL! ROBES, a regular $1 value $2.98!) night. Florida Zephyr. Bus travel Is more convenient, too. Lb. 1 Lb. 5c t L. '

BF.tLOOlt: SLIPPERS, from -_. _- ::19c up to $1.93 Mujor and Mrs. C. F. Rivers and with stations right in the heart of shopping center. I can ,
Lake Butler were guests I
of
SILk SLIPS, straight! or bias cut$1 to $1.98 family Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. and more departures than by any other way. KAtriOUV I'AC'KEU 1MCKAUK I: r

IUT-S BEDSPREADS ARE FINE GIFTS $1.98 V. It. Garden.C Buy EXTRA Gifts With Money Saved DIXIE CRYSTAL SUGAR 5 Lbs 24c i

_.__ ___$1.98 'hlidrrn'slContest ,
SILK
HOUSE COATS, a $2.98 nlue.- 'n rix-nt T'M. K.-xull ( "' MIAMI .$0.0TlU'; .$3.II)

BEAUTIFUL TOWEL SETS __. ._ _-_ -- ____$1.00( will co. 19th. TIP TOP
W. CALM BE.1C'if.S 9S <}"I\,; \'II.I..F. ..55IT. COFFEE Vac. Lb. 20c
FULL FASHIONED PURE SILK HOSE ___ __ _.__ .69 Mr. and Mrs.V.. F. Moore end ;
and l'uuet1.00: ; ) ____ .$Z.8.1 ,
of and Mr.
LADIES' COATS ON SALE AT PRICES FROM.._$1.98 family Lawtey NO. :t I{
Mrs. L. F. Denkins and daughter, _____ It
KALimiN u .03OCA SAVANNAH ___ .$3.0.1
Joan, were visiting in Jacksonville PINEAPPLE Half Slices 19c ?

Do Your Shopping Early While the Sunday afternoon.Mr. LA ____n___91.83 niltMIJV II\M __ $7.55;

Selection Is BetterIT and Mrs. J W. Andrews, JACKSONVILLE __ ..UCII.IUOTTF.; _____$7JJ5 '
TOMATOES No. 2
andJ. size 6c f'f'I
Jr., Miss Jacqueline Andrews ATLANTA$11.80 NASHVILLE __ ,$9.0:1: can
W. Andrews III, spent SundayIn
PAYS TO BUY AT Gainesville as guests of Mr. and ON HALK': I>Ef'KMIJEK 10) TIlKOt; H JANUARY 1 MA LiD JERSEY I I'

Mrs A. M. Pettit. BEASLEY'S SERVICE STATION DRESSING, Qt. 20c Corn Flakes 5c '
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Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlne t LACY! ('ON\Vi\y, AifpntOKLANIH l'U.f.4JPU-! ( .' 3 I.f\VI'4:!' t

v pent their Sunday daughter In, Miss Martha\! FLOUR, 20 Lbs. 70c BREAD 25c 3' 1 r'


I and Brownlee.Mrs. Sunday Brownloe afternoon and Mr'l : BEANS U.. MM4MH. NOKTIIKIiNK. :\ Lb

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r ;li likh il' I h 1'' "Alk PAOli SIX -- - '- .- _.- BRADFORD- .COUNTY. ._ .__'TELEGRAPISTARRE___ n____ _ _._FLORIDA. __ -. -- '-' ----.. ----_. ------. ._. _-_-_._- ----- FRIDAY, DF.n\lUFn-- :\ el-.5.__
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-- -- GUM BRANCH day In Jacksonvin! -
Tobacco Outlook-For
; bit Pate
Thomn,
SECTION 1939 Seems Favorable LIVE STATE NEWSFLORIDA Annie Mao Ilarnage, Cor Is spending n f, ? <,I,, r".h',,'" ,'

CAGE ftCOP' ;' FARMERS l J A. Harnage and little son, meter Farm. Mrs L. K i", ,",," V1"''i1''> th''Hi,

NOTES OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS GAINESVILLETobacco grow FACTS IN SHORT PARAGRAPHS Billy, and W. H. Carter and Cleve !

ers, other than producers of Bur Manning, both of Jacksonville, Sndo. C. Prim', ",,'hi ',

jZt ley, have a rather favorable outlook -- I spent the week-end in Umatilla ter, Pen, M.m-ia. "'"'laugh

I for the coming year Dr. C SUCCEEDS SPENGLEKTALLAIASSEE.State GAME WARDEN HELD with friends and relatives. sonvllle. JUCk.

4 ; Mali fordlo m\ RURAL V. Noble of the Florida Extension payroll! CROSS CITY.-W. G. McRane Mr and Mrs. Orin Kennon and Mr. and Mrs. w..J j ,,

j Household COMMON SENSE Service said this week in discussing records show that Robert G. Whiteof Dixie County Conservation Agent, M Keene, of Shamrock, spent the and children, lr ne. 'rruman"m

,1 market and supply prospects Live Oak has succeeded Col. J. .was held for grand Jury action on week-end here with friends and Robert, spent the wrak, -" 'M'

for 1030. H. Spengler of St. Augustine as recommendation of a coroner's relatives. Dunnellon with relatlv.H eml m

i 1 Aj, 'IFc.?, COOKING' WIL GAMEInalx110 By SPUDS .JOHNSON The annual tobacco outlook quartermaster In the National jury which investigated the fatal Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Sapp and Miss Mary Sally| I'1'111'P, ( ,

'I ALTERED CONDITIONS report, just l Issued by the Federal Guard. shooting here of Eugene Barber, Miss Ella Mae Sapp visited the Georgia, Is tho guest ''It tIP", "r broth!

S. ThurmbyKxtrrmlon NECESSITATE CHANGEDPRACTICES Bureau of Agricultural Economics, 21. Three witnesses testified at an bedside of their sister Mrs. Louisa er, B. C. Prlncl"

,; EronomiHt In Food ON FARMS Indicates that total domestic use 600 HUNT DEER Inquest that Barber told them be- Denmark, !in Jacksonville, Satur- Mr. and Mrs MR

Byi'l+ CoruM>rve flan of tobacco during the next year or OCALA.-More than 600 hun forq he died the shooting was with- day. spent Sunday Lake <',hlm"

The fall hunting season never of time brings more la expected to increase mod- ters were in the Ocala National 1 out provocation and that the fatal Annie Mae .-
"" 1 i f but the homemakermust The passage Miss Harnage spent
HOME Jl \ rolls around here and there lookingfor changes In farming as well as in erately. Increases probably will be forest. Friday for the opening of shot was fired after he had been the week-end in Umatilla with her New York stat rec-ntlv" adapt
4 scurry confined to cigarette and clga month's deer disarmed and to ed the use of
) succesafu hunting season on was attempting ml'chIUJI.II,
, NEED how to cook wild industries, and the most sister, Miss Elizabeth Harnage. i tw
directions on types. Exports from the 1938 crops the game management area. recover his hat, dislodged in the ernors to control the ,
is sensitive | ceri
FOR I Ii this or that in farmer Is the one who Vanlce Keene of Shamrock spent or de y.
duck, coot, quail, or somewhat smaller warden. ers who have
to changes as they occur and alert likely will be Around thirty-five bucks were encounter with, the game the week-end here with R. C. been convil< h'd of
the "right manner. than from the 1937 killed. The will be to a reckless driving,
exports pro case presented
himself and his activities I
j; Agree, 'b, Game cookery is considered to to adjust Keene and Rudolph Chlsm.
IV ) > to meet conditions. As duction. grand Jury at the February term the weekend
boos be form of culinaryart new Miss Hazel Sapp spent -
special
k"r a very
itBose ; I Wallace should Total stocks of tobaccos as a GETS FIRST BERRIES of court. -
luting and many an ardent hunter has Secretary says, we in Jacksonville visiting at the ,.
.wi; t* returned home enthusiastically face the future with wideopeneyes. whole probably will be larger at SARASOTA Sarasota's first .-- bedside of her sister Mis. Louise ,

ly none j, i;'r 1, with the prized birds only to have We can't stop new inventions the beginning of next season due strawberries of the season were CATCHES T.RPONTALLAHASSEE. Denmark. t

fcbaracte them ruined in the cooking. Proper but we must learn to coop- mainly to the substantial 1 increase presented to the nation's first lady A 13-yenr- Miss Helen Norman was visiting 1

. |'far too f i iI li } ay preparation of game erate with them to the utmost expected In the carry-over of Bur- by> the grocer who serves Mrs. old boy with a home-made fishIng I Miss Vesta McRae of Fine LevelThursday /0
y culinary
I ? ldered : .4 Slight I Increases In stocks I I David Gray, aunt of Mrs. Franklin rod fresh water
!> | g birds, particularly ducks, begins as once the trend is clearly perceived ley. appear a cheap cast-I afternoon.Rudolph ,
_P>. Roosevelt' _nt_ whose home hero
,
1 of impoif (j jj ?F" killed. should be ne odds. probably for flue-Cured, dark tog reel and tt cotton line, m won a Chlsm spent the weekend "
; to pni l ,; '. soon aa! They air-cured, and Maryland while the: President's wife was vacationIng three hour battle with a
61-pound
j( jfey | bled Immediately after being killed Speaking at Duke University on in Boatdrain with his mother, THE
J | stocks of fire-cured and cigar last week. tarpon near Panacea. He had his ,
eratlonaj This stress Mrs. N M. Bradley.
r and then hung [In a cool place. November 18, the secretory
IalonQ; !In*. ,, prevents the meat from "sweating" ed the changing demands which types are expected to decline.In hI'A1JTJ -- ordinary redfish sized hook baited Mrs B. M. McRae and children SMILE ti
{ CONK TO SEE
64, roan '" aa it may do If ventilation! Is cutoff face the South. He cited the fact commenting on the outlook with a piece of mullet when the and Miss Vesta McRae of Pine ,'
TAMPA- told .
B. ,
I:;,; Homes ?i t; Quality of duck meat Is that technology ia both a threat report Dr. Noble pointed out that Haggerty silver king struck about 11 a. m. Level were visiting friends and of .
the Church Laymen's League here ;
i ,Florida f greatly Improved if the two oil and a promise to the South. Im domestic consumption of flue-cur The boy disregarded his father'sadvice relatives In this section Thursday. ;,

several | '.! ,, i} glands above the tall are removed proved mechanism have aided the ed types is expected to increase, that a citizens' committee conducting to cut the line loose and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dobbs and
drive had
a against gambling
method : -?!,l ?;' at the same time they are bled. cotton oil industry, and to a certain but exports from the 1938 crop settled down to a steady fight. By sons, Eugene and Jlmmle and Mr. PROTECTIONIt
Invited Governor Cone visit
to
o* the t t / ',; i The longer they are left on the extent the cotton farmer. On may be smaller than from the about 2 p. m. the big fish was and Mrs. Carl Dobbs, all of Lake
w' "a that he
Tampa on guarantee
establish ji M y bird, the more oil will permeate the other hand, a relatively] new previous crop. "Unless 1939 pro worn down and was pulled towardthe City, were visiting J. A. Harnage can only comerom
would be shown 36 where
wfr places
1inWe1* A, i from them through the flesh and product developed through chemistry duction is somewhat below that of I beach where it was groundedon and family Sunday afternoon. Milld, adequate limur.anre .
laws
violated.
.recipes,j L' '{,:',a consequently the more oily taste -rayon-la indirectly competIng 1038," he said, "the marketing gambling( are+ being the sand. The boy made his Mrs. Audrey Newmans spent Every donwnt t nf

convent shousewi ,i ,i "y- the meat will have. with cotton goods and helping situation for flue-cured In 1939-40 rod from the end of an ordlnay Thursday night In Pine Level with worry and fear IH taken

'' | k A ,sk ;, f Game birds stiould not be cook- to depress the market. probably will be less favorable FEW GET PARDONSTALLAHASSEEThe bamboo fishing pole and rigged her sister, Miss Vesta McRae. from your shoulders .

correspc' fr ?, ed too soon after killing Five Secretary Wallace mentioned a than in the current season." pardon It with plain wire line guides. People in this section have been and the font IH mmill!

boat Y; a ;, + or six hours in the refrigerator be new fiber product, patented on Dr. Noble pointed out that, with board has recommended to Gov. very busy grinding cane.
LET US WRITE .
Fred P. Cone that about 100 FlorIda -
As a I, + + fore cooking Improves the quality September 28, 1938, by one of the better business conditions cigar be released before NEW RIVER I Mr. and Mrs A. J. Yarbrough of ;
-
of the meat. nation's leading industrial concerns consumption In 1938 likely will Increase prisoners just Dire O. E. Crosby, Correspondent Heilbronn are spending a while YOUR INSURANCE!
Christmas. of StateR.
Secretary
tion Ducks should not be parboiled as in I here with relatives. I
ag-'J t ; which may exert .a- noticeable "Total cigar acreage
A, chairman of
j did ayeDwlne | ? this spoils flavor and makes the effect on the cotton market .039 about the same as In 1938, Gray, acting Colobriit.es! Birthday We represent several large,

I I';l meat dry. Broiling or roasting is five or 10 years from now. and with average growing conditions the board, said Its members proposed Miss Betty Crosby entertaineda FLA. STATE FARM reliable companies !in the I
for fewer
J ells wit| 1 3 the approved method to use Just ," he said, "would result In a I clemency prisoners number of her friends with a Theft, Liability Annuity,
1
has
At the time Enzn Weater
same chemistry Correspondent
than at in
[ knd thaT ', ; duck without any meeting years. birthday party Friday night. The Life and Fire fields.JOHNS .
N l, b plain roast any given the South new processes of production> not greatly different
% '
Ing moi fixings or trimmings, Is a wonder from prospective disappearance." : event being her fourteenth birth
i
paper making from Southern trees, I Among those attending the
; 1'ti'f ful The Bureau's outlook report Indicates tagsoQomrnlasion day anniversary. Games were enjoyed -
gf'Welrl dhoveDrdone rlsthervundrre and numerous paper mills- Florida-Temple game, Gainesville, ANDWAINWRIGHT
+ but eat the and
throughout evening
cook
[ of them In F'lolrda-have been that stocks on October 1, and Saturday were: Mr. and Mrs. Sanford -
ant ?,r4 >' There however, a lot at a late hour the assem-
earl done are, .939, probably will be smaller thana I guests
Timber rapidly Ritch Garland] Godwin
'" up recently grows officers arrested 23 men and one and
Oa wit v$ sY y 1 of things to do to ducks and other earlier largely because of 'bled In the dining room where refreshments -
year Dennis
!in the South. managedand Fancher.
+: Properly woman in a aeries of raids in Calhoun -
green de ha that gives added satisfaction losses in the Connecticut of hot chocolate and PIIONE 13
P game storm
harvested as a crop, it seems and Holmes Counties. The Miss Rivers Hundley spent Frl-
iTbel ';, to the palate. Valley. cake were served.
to offer possibilities for employing defendants were charged with pos-
'|'"J>re ent ,: Since wild birds have little natural + The color scheme of red and
+
; and IIRAsome .
more people perhaps can sees in' g .lIm'... o r 1n v t o 1 n tlo n o t .10.1.- -
manrtate fat, this must be added In the of those taken t""vitt; TAKE green was carried out very effectively.
DEATH TO
i oral and State tax ]laws. Agents

cooking process by basting, rub production as a result of smaller seized 273 gallons of whisky and Miss Crosby was assisted To Farmers and Hog Raisers
6 slices of bacon FEWER :
fat
fi bing with laying demand and greater production ef 73,000 two automobiles. In serving by her mother Mrs. J.
,'tvhlch ''dy P +;, over them or larding the S. Johns, and Mrs. Inez Kelly.
ficiency. SURVEY SHOWS
+
WE WISH TO THANK YOU FOR THE LIBERAL
; tMtog oc9 breast with salt pork. The game Miss Crosby received many

MMn gKn', : r't' k may be rubbed Inside and out with. Regional research laboratories DANGEROUS EATING beautiful and useful gifts Every PATRONAGE GIVEN US FOR THE
have been set up recently at four Death will strike 73,000 fewer TAMP-A family here who
... ioifri 1 1f ,t salt and pepper and a lump of one reported a nice time and de- PAST SIX YEARSWe
1 s points in the United States, andit lows> in the United States this feasted on toadstools, mistaking
bird.
k butter placed in each They
tonserv
} parted wishing her more again solicit continued the
many patronage
az"" p should be basted often with melted) is hoped that they will developnew year than last, the Association ofLife them for mushrooms was reported your coming
bi
C + butter, hot water and butter, or uses for farm products which Insurance Presidents was told recovering at home after being happy birthdays. About fifty season now opening. With the experience gained these

ter'li'1' w! drippings. The flavor of the bird will widen the markets, Improve last week. treated at the Tampa Hospital for young occasion.people were present on the years, we will be in a position to render you better ser

I mlli; b is beat preserved without stuffing prices and bring greater profits. Dr. Harold M. Frost, medical tolsoning. They ate the toadstools vice than in any previous year. We are using the best

x ''t but many people like stuffing almost Those who are chem-urglcally Inclined director, reporting the results of Saturday night for supper and five Miss Iris Ciews of the State salt we can buy, salt known for its mildness and purity.

Dea'tl of 1, as well as the game itself. tell us that the surface has an association survey, told thehirtysecond hours later they became seriously Farm was the week-end guest of MEATS DELIVERED TO OUR STORAGE IN GOOD CONDITION :

l y So if desired, stuff with the same scarcely been scratched in this annual convention of 111. Miss Bonnie Turner. WILL BE GUARANTEED AGAINST SPOILAGE.
.
mel { dressing as used for turkey. Some field. the company heads the figures Indicated CITRUS TROUBLE We are sorry to report the ill All Alexis" kept In storage until cured without extra charge

I' 1 -' prefer duck stuffed with a souer- So far as Florida's principal] that actually 85,000 lives ness of Mrs. T. J. Dowling at her

idt kraut dressing The sauerkraut product is concerned, many peopleare were being saved this year in comparison WINTER HAVEN.-Two men home here. We all hope she will LET US CURE AND SMOKE YOUR MEAT

gives a delicious flavor to the trying to find additional out with 1937. were arrested when they attempted soon be well again THIS SEASON

meat and makes an excellent side lets for citrus fruits. The cannersare to halt a truck loaded with
Asserting that the present death Our entire community was sad OUR PRICES
boxes it left the
empty as plantof
t .. dish to serve with it taking some seven million rate among American policyholders dened to learn of the death of Mr. DRY SALT CURED
the Lake Alfred Citrus Growers
boxes -----.r----lj/,0;
i' ih + Partridge and doves may be split annually when they took the lowest ever recordedby Burgen Johns old and well
was an respected
association where have SMOKED SALT ________
pickers
? and broiled in none 15 Citrus Exchange I ------ ll/o
down the back
h v pan years ago. the association, Dr. Frost said: citizen of RaIford. He has
.4th butter after dipping in flour and Is endeavoring to perfecta I "In specific figures, 747.9 of been on strike against a pay cut many relatives and friends In this BEST SUGAR CURED_____._____l%e

; sprinkling with salt and pepper.Place citrus breakfast food. The Experiment each 100,000 pollcyholders will since Nov. 17. Recently two members community who will miss! him. HICKORY SMOKED ___________1 o

,,f' In a roaster with a cupful Station showed the way have died this year, as comparedwith of picking crew were stoned Mr. and Mrs. a. E. Crews and
+' of hot water and bake In a hot for the manufacture of citrus pulp but not seriously hurt as pickers
p ; 794.3 In 1937. This represents children of the State Farm were LAKE CITY COLD STORAGE
4 from five other packing plants left
f Si Si't i r' oven about 23 minutes basting fre for cattle feed from cannery an Improvement in the death rate the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. .
their jobs in sympathy with the 60
+ 't'tI quently. Make a gravy of the fat wastes. Citrus Commission Is pry of 5.8 saving of 46.4 I Lazenby and Mrs. T.
a J.
percent; strikers at the Lake Alfred plant. Dowling, Concrete BIdg., East Duval St. R. W. Turner, Owner
In the pan and the chopped giblets ing into the medical possibilities lives for teach 100,000 policy Sunday.

I which have been boiled. Use milk of citrus. Perhaps there are other holders. .

M r to thin the gravy. fields, as yet unthought of, through I SUNDAY HUNTING BAN
+ "If' the same degree of improvement I
TALLAHASSEE.. N Kennedy -
'g, 1, Good to Servo with Game which citrus consumption can be I
} continues and applies to our
Wild rice Increased executive secretary of the

,. I general population] we may ex- state game and fresh water commission
6 f Plum, roselle or other tart jelly But as Secretary Wallace ,
Bays pact> 73,000 fewer deaths In our i says that an old Florida
t 5 Baked
; oranges "the beginning of wisdom is the
Nation than ]last despite an
year law prohibiting shooting on Sundays -
Fried
pineapple willingness to cooperate with the
Increase of population which, had is being enforced in Baker,

i ib n e i fried hominy cakes (Inevitable. :Many people, homesick the death rate of 1937 prevailed, Bradford, Clay, Nassau, Union,
r Any green vegetable << the world of
fir
: yesteryear, try automatically
would have resulted Hardee[ Flagler, .Lake, Marlon
Baked sweet potatoes
to turn back the clock. It cannotbe
N ; 13 Green salads. done." r in 12,000 more deaths. Sumter, Jackson, Putnam, and

/ "Considering the lower death Wakulla Counties. Sunday hunting -

I fno REDL CED TRUCK-.- CROP ate in conjunction with the in- also Is banned by local laws SAVE 'fY'flO
PROPER
+ 'I t crease in population we conclude In Alachua] Gilchrist and Columbia
il tEAD04G PLANTINGS INDICATED I'I
{' theat there will be about 1378.000 ountles.
1Hk FOR 1939 HARVESTS
K a s ": l ? deaths In the United States in 1938a RACK yooRCO"NF1SCA..

saving of 83.000 lives as com (() AT OFFICETALLAHASSEE.
GAINESVILLE.
Slightly i
OLD pared with 1937." .-Gov. Fred P.
I smaller truck- for the
'd crop acreages
Cone marked an official end to
1 u.rw..orw 1939 harvests compared with the Dr. Frost said that In only threeof FROM
his four months' illness by visiting
of death
the 21 specific causes
planted in 1938 Indicated
i iT a acreage are
the capitol executive offices and
; among policy holders was there a
the
00. I by Federal Bureau of
T working half an hour. He signed
material Increase in the rate.
fir tf I Agricultural Economics.
a v heart half a dozen routine commissions,
These causes were organic
oP According to the Bureau's re
pi
a diseases, >In which the deaths rose dictated several letters and talked
i ai port on the truck-crop outlook for '
i 1 1 the coming year, the 1938 season from 158.6 to 161.3 per 100,000 Insured a few minutes with Agriculture

,1f f ' R CONDiT1pN has been one of rather unsatisfactory lives, cancer rising from 91 Commissioner Nathan Mayo. Other -
cabinet officers
notified
to and suicide Inreaslng were
94.1 100,000
returns to As is per -
T growers. ,
l but most of them
were away Governor -
from 13.7 to 15.9
v usual following seasons of relatively per I
6 Cone expressed his intention
low prices, the total and 100000.
; acreage "
4' production of freah-market truck Concerning suicides, the medical to visit the office at least briefly The 1937 Florida Legislature] passed! a law known

I iffl T4a' crops in the United States ia director commented: "The experience every day henceforth. Associates as the Murphy Act that provides for settlement of "
f expected
gip' i of recent years has demonstrated made it clear, however, that he taxes delinquent as far back as the 1934 sale and prior,
to be smaller next
'' year. I that the frequency of suicide will not relax the rule of seeing by requesting the Clerk of the Circuit Court to adver
i f Smaller acreages are in prospectfor only major officials and close ,+ tise and sell them. They will be bid in by the property

i, ,f ,, lima beans, beets, cabbage, eel-I varies with fluctuations of friends about important state bus- owners or their agents. The cost Is very small and con

.
ery, cucumbers, onions and economic conditions. This Increase ness. ', sists of advertising, cost of sale, and search fees. This

< ; toes. On the other hand, acreages of rate, therefore, Is consistent + sale will in no wise jeopardize the rights of the owner.
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may be somewhat larger for as with the decline in business By allowing these taxes to remain open on the
Florida 204 varietiesof
I In 1938" possesses books you are running the risk of having -
beans your property
cauliflower
,
s paragus snap 1
O \>> r *' trees native to the soil and an sold under tax deed, and In the of
,' eei,4' lettuce A decline In deaths from influenza a : event an application
"' cantaloups, spinach and
; EVERY COMFORT watermelons.If and pneumonia represented additional 60 or more Imported varieties for tax deed being filed against this property,

a1 Oil* mod rn. lUtptool hotel bi the 62 percent of the lifesaving of are owing !in the State. d you will be required to pay tne full amount of the
kmrt ol downtown )Jackiw .IIl*. Emy production of the truck crops taxes now due. It will then be impossible to settle
loom with tub and shown. salt watoc. for fresh market shipment !Is reduced 1938 over 1937. under the Murphy Act. ,

radix* ETMT bad with tnn rapt t 7 % tow and nadmp lamp nuance Ma! dents have declined nearly 20( per t
i probable, and If consumer purchasing owners of a heavy delinquent tax burden. The act ia 1
water en CTCTT Door.POPULAR cent from the 1937 rate-but still No matter how many medicines effective for few
t power increases as much aa is only a months longer and at Us ex
,94i PHICEDGOCXTAU the year's accident report will :you have tried tor your common piration the title to property that is not will
i i"1 LOUNGE and COFFEE SHOP now anticipated, "prices and incomes cough, chest cold, or bronchial Irriatlon paid up
; h i r f > O'*" '. *. >OUNO H Nh for producers will be some- show about 32,000 killed by cars. you may get relief now with automatically be vested In the State of Florida. Save

+ MOTH T Treomulslon. serious trouble may your property from confiscation. Make your application
rATTIN HOTCL OIIOTOCk what higher than In 1938, the Bureau
6iii IMM M Buck Newsome, St. Louis be brewing and you cannot afford at the Clerk's office at once. I
-- said. to take a chance with any remedy
( has had his ]left
+ i'Y Browns' pitcher,
leas potent Creomulslon. which
ti jY ,, ; R ankle fractured three times and goes riKht to the seat of the trouble

JYm+u4 ,,4i FUNERAL DIRECTOR once fell off a 22 -foot clift with- and aids nature to soothe and heal ,
1 out serious the inflamed mucous membranes THE MURPHY ACT }
y r f a Sly !Many Yean. Experience Maker It Feasible for Me to Render Injury. and to loosen and expel germ- 8q
,1' laden phlegm. $
Y 'i 6l EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE A REAL LINIMENTFor Even if other remedies have failed, {M

'h''., MODERATE PRICES don't be discouraged' try Creomul- ENDS JUNE 9TH 1939A
I fifty: Ballord'tSnowLiniment slon. Your druggist >Is authorized to
t'' PROMPT\ AND COURTEOUS AMBULANCE\ SERVICE has been the favorite for casing th. refund your money If you are not ,

'n DAY PHONE 1 NIGHT PHONE 132 muscle made sore by over-work or to* thoroughly obtained.satisfied Creomulslon with the Is benefits one WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT
/ much exertion, trains, prniu.. any
T( N word ask for It plainly, see that the
w bruise!! Get 30c or 60c bottle one r
DeWITT C. JONES name on the bottle 1 is Creomukdon.
1 t r keep it handy.CARPENTER'S. and get the genuine '. : ....._ 'tI.t--'t ... '
you'll ;
y ,, f Starke Florida product ", t ,'i." <;1" '" ..1s \. .- ""
DRUG STORE and the relief you want. ( .
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,I I 1 loped off. Judge Hardy dismount trying to say for a long time now

WEST W11; ed. 'Does your wife like it here

"Bill I think I'll\ take a little too'?" she asked, looking away : .

walk" he
II "Walt. Judge," warned North- born." Ray replied slowly, ibfl p tbc

I tUE IIARDYS ; uote. also dismounting. "Don't go "Oh, I'm sorry the girl said '

< past that pine tree, That's Brux sympathetically. "That adorable

% 'I ton like h visitors property" line and he doesn't little girl of yours growing up _. :: 1 .

1/ALSEyRAINES4 without a mother. Why do you IrIlI'1fmmmIlITllultl! <- i'I!!lI"unllIUUlIlIlHlUlIIlllIIIIIUI'11111I1I', : 1HIIIInlIIlliIhlliIlIIIllfflhlllIIInhIIrrffln! I [ 'II1TTI1IITTfl1IuIiIIUhhIIllI1IIlfluUifflhI11[ J EllhLI5'AI51uiuIl'.,,1

;: ,' I' "The fact that he wants to keep call her Jake? That's a boy's
1 i i'l iI
/T BAPTIST METhODIST FREBYTPRIANSupplied EPISCOPAL CHRISTIANSupt.
I people out makes me want to I
get name.
I ,iiT, HAS HAPPENED ward. The horse shied as he triedto in Rev. L. A. Shepherd, Rev Frank Robinson by Rev- Fred Tcrkss, Jr, Church School I
answered the Judge quietly. Pastor it.,. Dr. nice and Rector Lj.mmle Garrett
SO FAR climb Into the saddle. Ray was silent for a moment. Waiter '
I Jake, who had been looking on A. J. Thomas, Supt. E. K Perryman. U.v. Dr. Adams Sunday School Supt. Sunday Morning 'l I
f,,mlly p..fk up "That ain't the "Cause that was the last word
The Hardy right side, Jake with interest turned Sunday School den Superintendent. OrganIst Miss Ella .1. SasssOman Sunday Hchoel 1
to the
I vtaitlng Dora andNorthooto remarked. Judge. her mother spoke" he said finally. Sunday School of Church School Mrs. E. M. Davis lilt 10 O'clock
r ., g?'" "He's got armed 8:45 A. M. Mrs. Service :
.jid ; guards and they "She : Church School James Carlyla Worship
at the Bar-X Andy passed It off with a forced would take was only conscious a couple Morning Snrvloa 10 A. M. Church School Supt Services 11 O'clock '.
Bill JUIlgfl( Hardy hopeful laugh. "I was Just clowning," he a pot-shot at you justas of minutes after the baby: 11 A. M. Morning Worship Roy M..the..eChur"h Sunday School Sunday Kvenlnr '
44ch. quick as look at you" she asSorted came. She looked at Rnptlst Training Service ItA. M. School 10 A 51.Morning1I. Service, 7:80 P. If. ,
ttB8l9t the me
I 11\1'Y he able 14> replied, moving around to the other up Union, 6:80: 1'. 11/. Rvenlng Worship 10 A. M. Prayer Meeting Wednesday '
be l In some water right ..UII1I.ullh'll side of the horSe His face was and she asked If the little one was EveningService.. "Service, 7-30 P. M. Morning Worihlp A. M. evening 7:39 ,-

i4ur threatening: lowi of one large bead of perspiration as "And, of course, they're within all right. And I said yes, and she I I 7:SO P. M. Young People'sleague 11 A. M. P'rldaye7:10: P. M. I 'J :
Prayer M..Unll''V..llle..dRY !
the Meetings Holy Days..10 A. M.
law Bill confirmed '
,
rW1C Marian HardJy's be started to mount Calico. grimly aald, 'Then everything Is Jake, 7:30: P.M. 8.30: P. M. ,

their II'. I'.u/Cbt/ by Ray lIolt.ban""onlM "Ain't scalrt are ya?" Jake "Laws are funny things," the then she shut her eyes and didn't |I !Mr. Mona Pianist' Canova Prayer. Meeting MIN. ALLIANCE 1; }..
rye Judge smiled. "For pretty near open them any more. So I names Wednesday, 7:80 P.M.Mrs. :. President '
foreman, but .he III asked, watching with interest. I Choir Director MISSION' hALLSponsors GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored 4
everyone that's made, there's a the baby Jake." He paused. "You John II. Powell F. II. Long, The Rev. FrankRobInson
haa "No
that he aCHAPTER burst ,
t to l larn Andy out angrily.At Organist and Choir : by l'
Chairman
uplll.t way of breaking it-lawfully. We .
"n""llMIn.) the sound of his voice. Calico you don't think that silly Board of Deacons. Director Mr. and Mrs. Mr. end Mrs.J. Vice President ( ...
shied. Andy managed to scramble will try a little extra-legal sub- do you?" he asked humbly."I J. K1. Klckllter Mrs. E. K. ferryman J T. Quigley T. Qularley The Rev. Lesll '
terfuge." think It's beautiful Marian Chairman Assistant OrganistT. Evangelistic Service ShepherdAecretaryTrea.urer
THREE onto him and desperately grabbedthe Board of TruxteesI T. Long, Assistant Bible Study, each each Friday. evening
called rein. The Northcote and Jake looked at replied compassionately.Judge O. Powell Choir director Tussrtay' evening 70 7:30 o'clock
Ray loudly. animal wheeled : The Rev. Fred Yerkea
"Hi Jake reared him doubtfully but hopefully. In the meantime ..._ ... __._n_... I
Hardy, ,
I Marian could only stare as the started to buck wildly.

door opened and a muscu- "Ride 1m, cowboy!" Jake cried had crossed over to Bruxton's PLAYLET WILL MISSION HA LI. ANDTABERNACLE
uge .
CHAPTER FOUR
property. He smiled grimly at
old figure, wearing gleefully.The .
r jeht-year Andy hung on desperately as the a large sign which read
I worn Western outfit, appeared. next moment Andy sailed ; : BOB JONESComments MARK UNIVERSAL The regular Tuesday night ,.
burro ambled
along at smart "Violators
a will be to
1"1 was settln the bread" the through the air and landed with a prosecuted BIBLE SUNDAYA meeting scheduled for the Mission
pace. For all his entreaties for all the full extent of the law"
Ld said to Ray. thud that jarred his teeth. Jake On Here Hall was held In the Tabernacle
his yells Speed amiably trotted Canteen in hand he started to
| Bursting with pride, the fore- rushed up to him, and she did a because of a special service Mr.
toward the divide, where Judge examine the stream bed. Then, at A lid Hereafter large congregation worship 1
Li nodded toward the Ha.rdys."Jake. frantic cry came from the porch of Ralph Roberts, a Jacksonville attorney
I this Is Miss Marian the ranch house nearby. Hardy Bill Northcote and little the sound of a horse crashing 1 ped at the First Methodist Churchon who sponsors a Tabernacle

ind Mr Andrew Hardy." "Andy!" Mrs. Hardy cried in Jake stood surveying the Bruxton I through underbrush fill he stoppedand "The Bible teaches that the last Sunday morning when the group In that city; brough with
property. started to the canteen
The child looked at the strangers i terror, running toward him. Nor world Is Just six thousand years I pastor, the Rev. Frank Robinson, him some of the men of the Evangelistic ,
anxious
was Andy for the with, water from" the stream. The
I:most resentfully. Jake shook her head In mocking others Jake to old. I cannot believe that Book. administered the sacrament of the Brotherhood. Rev. Sid. L.
especially gee rider coming into sight, reined In
I "Howdy.' solicitude. "My goodness sonny," him In his discomfiture. Andy his horse. I know us a student of science Lord's Supper. A good attend- Reese, pastor of the Johnson Park

1 Ray looked down with paternal she cried "you don't need 'mergen- that the world Is very old, maybe Baptist Church of Jacksonville and ,; .
the hero of Carvel .
Hardy unableto "Don't see that sign he
you noted at the
also evening
I'lde "'1 guess we can leave the cy brakes! You need a parachute!" ride millions of years old" That Is ance was Mr. Folsom formed the/ party. ;
a Jackass properly. If the demanded sternly.
Lldren to amuse each other" heLid Andy stared at her dazedly."I'll home towners to him looked what a high school teacher of service when the pastor used aa his It Is gratifying to see laymen of ,
were see Judge hardy up calmly. "
to Marian. take the mazuma now," she now! Andy shuddered and tuggedat "Yes." science said to a group of students subject "Let down by virtues. the churches In cooperation with .. '

JAndy groaned with disgust atL said, holding out her hand. the reins. "I'm Bruxton" the rider said some time ago This young fellow The Choir assisted In the morning the preachers going about preach- .....

insinuation that he to be claas1 Punting, Mrs. Hardy reached "Whoa Speed whoa!'" he Implored coldly. "What are doing did not know his Bible. I dare say service and the Senior-Young Peo- ing the true gospel. It seems that ," ,:'

1,1 with eight-year-olds. Ray turn- Andy, who was slowly getting to the sturdy little beast. here ?" you he had never read through the Old ple's Choir In the evening service. most of the really vital evangelismtic "

ftl his feet, Testament the New Testament. Next Sunday morning a formerexecutive work is .
I away "Stop will ya! Have a heart!" "I happen to be Judge Hardy -. .. or ... -'.._,'-. .t". Om' ro. UT "U7).I4 .,n.., being done today ,by "
mm is tne irouoie wun most 01 flfl'J L.N bVV. 'V. tnose wno aanere siriciiy to me : :
Speed undaunted end unheed- and I'm visiting the Norlhcotes, ih"FI'o; ;d'Chlldren's
..IJ __ : ing trotted on. he replied easily. the Bible critics. They say things I secretary of fundamental doctrines of the I :'
have heard else Home will be the speak Christian faith. of the 7
they someone say Every one
"Pronto "All the I'll have to ask
"What's .JJ.Uj! Speed Pronto or ma same
a car
er at 11 o'clock. A featuie of this
: and to act wise. speakers the affirmed
try on
I, nana! Anything!" Andy pleaded. you to leave. My boys have orders program
she will be the :'
ain't? J service following presenting
___ Then much tQ his surprise to shoot trespassers" A great scholar said that no man I his belief in the near return of the j'
IL -- a playlet In commemoration -
Lord Jesus Christ. Imminence
Is to be critic of the The "
prepared a
-4IP. Speed stopped. He stopped sud- "I wouldn't have trespassed except of
of the nnnunl observance
Old Testament until he has studied, I of the tensed event inspires those
denly, as if he had somehow be- In an emergency, the Judge
j, it tor fifty and It Is necessary Universal Bible Sunday: Mrs. L. 1 who really believe it to work more
come frozen. Slightly dazed, Andy replied severely. "According to the years
for him to be scholar beforehe B Simpson, Miss Katie Fugate, diligently for the salvation of lost
slid down until hla feet touchedthe law. It's no longer; trespassing un- a ,
und the Misses Keene Freddie '
ground. Stepping away from der those conditions" I starts studying It. Of course a Patsy men and women. It would be a I, .

the burro he stared at the animal He lifted his bead as a child's man who Is not a scholar may Wlmberly Marjorie and Ida wonderful thing If more of the j

grasp the spiritual moaning of the Lulu David Virginia Sewell, Virginia men of the church would put some t. f
with a combination of hatred and cry reached the spot. ,
/ weary despair. I' Bruxton softened somewhat. I Word of God, If he is genuinely Anderson Elsie Green and of the loyalty they give; to worldly I

I Furtively glancing around Andy "Accident\ ?" he asked. converted and has the Holy Spiritas Sherley Colley. The subject for organizations to work for the ,
II the evening will be "And now In
of
I saw that there was no one in I "Little girl; hurt her hand" the his teacher Spiritual things are cause Christ. "I

sight: they had not witnessed his Judge said shortly. spiritually discerned. The unconverted a Thousand Tongues Mr. Roberts, accompanied by /'.

Inglorious arrival. In a moment, "You'd better hurry and fix it man, however great his Prayer meeting services will be Mr. .Gomes, sang a beautiful Gospel "

however Calico, browsing, came up then" Bruxton said his enmity scholarship may be can never/ up- held Wednesday night with W. B. solo and conducted an enthusiastic '

into sight. Instantly, Andy had an returning prehend the spiritual truths about Sewell and his Church School song service There is an increasing '

idea. He would vindicate himself! "Thank you." The Judge start the Bible. Class conducting the service. A endeavor on the part of l';.

He would show them-and Jake ed off carrying the filled canteen. The Bible Is also a book of his- cordial Invitation Is extended to the young people to enlarge their

above all--that he could ride! Defiantly When he returned to the others tory a book of philosophy a book anyone desiring to enrich his spirItual store of verses memorized in the '

he strode over to Calico, Jake was lying on the ground, of ethics, and It is the greatest life to come to these services.On regular Scripture quotations. .. f '

grabbed the reins and sought the whimpering. Andy was urging her book of literature In the world Thursday morning the District TabernacleThe

stirrup with his foot. to yell even louder. Intelligent well-trained, spiritual Conference of the Jacksonville subject last Friday night I.

Instantly Calico went berserk, "Thank you, Jake" the Judge I scholars who study the Bible for District will convene In Main was of unusual Interest, "In The '

said. "You turn It off Street Methodist Church In Jacksonville Air." The speaker pointed out ,
-- an plunging and rearing. With a cry can now. years, say they have scarcely gone

of desperation, Andy fould him- He turned to Northcote, shaking under the surface. Think of the The following members the fact that in the last few years .
"Like to see some desert, Miss, "Darling, were you hurt? she of the Church were elected as delegates ,
self dangling with one foot entangled his bead. "I took a look at the asininity of someone who has nev- people have been becoming more {

ilarlan[ *' he asked. asked with concern .' in the stirrup. His yell stream bed for all\ the good It er even studied It, saying he does to this Conference: L. A. and more air-minded. We use air 1,

"Oh yes!" Marian said hastily, "Naw! I'm all right. of terror reached the trio near the did me." not believe It All the people In Davis, Judge E. K. Perryrnun, Mrs.A. to ride upon; to paint with; to soar f i

nxlous to be alone with the hand- Jake smiled at MrS Hardy divide. Bill was the first to reach Next morning, the Judge, Dora the circle of my rather wide acquaintance Wood, and Mrs. L. C. Ray Into the heavens; to clean our
nme foreman. "I'm. sure you two. "Howdy, ma'am. Don't worry, we The following were elected\ aa ol- '
Calico and Immediately began to Northcote und Bruxton were gathered who know the Bible houses; and a hundred other uses. I
ounnsters will get along fine," got the kind of bosses" that's fitten soothe the horse while trying to in the ranch study. A detailed believe It. ternale delegates: Mrs. E. K Per- This la the last of the four great 1 1 1f

!iie said patronizingly to her for your little boy. keep him from trampling Andy. map of the district had been The Bible is not a treatise on ryman, Mrs. W. B. Middle- elements to be chained and utilized

ounger brother. Next day Northcote and Ray Jake flared at the boy as Bill suc- pinned to the wall. Judge Hardy science! but Christians who know ton Miss Kate Struth, and Mrs.T. by the genius of man. Man '; "
the .
Andy grimaced as Ray and Mar- Holt started out with Judge ceeded in extricating him stood before It, an old contract In science say It Is scientifically cor J. Griffin. Anyone else Inter- has by no means conquered it, but !4

an walked off. "Youngsters!" he and Marian, all on handsome "You shouldn't have gone near his hand. Dora watched tensely as rect. The trouble la not with the ested In the work of the ChurchIs he does harness It and makes it ,

aeered 'Girls don't see any dif- horses. Just And behind still Jake further followed be- him! He's'a touchy horse 'spe- Bruxton lounged nonchalantly In a science of the Bible the trouble cordially invited to attend This serve him. This all points to the I .

rcnoe between a fellow of sixteennd on Calico. cially when he knows you're scaredof chair before the Judge. Is with the scientists themselves. Conference will be especially Interesting fact that the Lord Is coming In the :

a little boy your size." hind was Andy on a little, him!" "Mr. Bruxton," the Judge said They Just do not know the Bible. as It will be the final air to take his church. -
mouse-like burro! Jake eased her
Jake smiled. "I ain't a boy," she Judge Hardy shook his head in "the water contract Is specifically Many of them are not Christians District Conference ever to he held Events are happening so rapidly '

aid pulling off her widebrimmedat horse until Andy caught up. agreement. "You shouldn't have referred to In your ranch sale contract i and have no spiritual understanding In the Methodist Episcopal Church today that it behooves us te. f

and revealing long pigtails. "How you comin' with Speed, I done that, son," he said. "It's not to the Northcotea. I maintain and some who have been born South in Florida< and likely In the watch for the coming of the Lord r

rm a girl." pardner?" Jake aswed innocently. .your horse and you know nothing that Implies an obligation for again have not taken time to "diginto" whole United States. This Is due draweth nigh. We need not lull '

"Speed! A fine name for this ;about riding." to continue to supply water." to the fact that Unification be- ourselves Into ,
you believing
'A girl!" Andy staggered with the depths of the scientific security by
urprlae'Sure overgrown mud turtle," muttered "Just a day or two of Speed," "The contract Is up on the fifth, truths In God's Book. tween the Methodist Episcopal that all things shall continue as r,

"' I'm And I Andy. "Say, don't these things I laid Bill, trying to smooth matters Judge," Bruxton said casually. "In the Church, the Methodist Episcopal they have In the past. The consternation '-
a girl. cano beginning God createdthe
"
anything you can do, sixteenr ever get out of low gear? He ad- I over "and we'll promote you "The authorities will, I guaran- heavens and the earth." Stop Church South, and the Methodist caused by the now famous -

no sixteen' Jake said simply. dressed himself to the burro. "Hey t to a nice quiet old mare, Andy." 1 tee: supQort ray contention you there for a while. Think that over. Protestant Church will take "Welles Broadcast" shows '"
"
This too you! Step on the gas! Andy tried to pass it off boldly. J must renew It,' was the severe re If pluce In April of next year at that there Is an expectancy in the ;
was had been
much. "Oh, yeah man the author of the !l
which time these three Churcheswill f
ndy retorted scornfully. "Sh-h-h!" Jake admonished In a 'I'm not scared of any horse," he I Irotested minder. Bible instead of God! he would have air, and that people are looking 1 1
their
whisper. "Don't let 'Inn hear ya! I.I) "And anybody who's a Bruxton smiled. "Matter of fact, written dissolve own Identityand for almost anything to happen 1
volumes instead of
"How one
good kin ride?
re- become Church The Meth-
olned. Jek.,. In_ nI'i.. _._you.. ._.h,1h.n._ ..._. Burros go crazy when anybody 1 basketball star can certainly doll,udge, you're right. You're a I I"Does sentence about that That first n.lla' (_'Oh... ....'one,. Next Friday night there will be ; ,
------ u"n uu.a. '
r 'You' mentions ottymobiles. You gotta I short sentence In the Bible another Interesting discussion The t r
mean a horse? Andy affected provesto
talk burro language. Just sayS The First Methodist Church of subject will be, "Man's Greatest I
a thinking man who has studiedthe
a loftly smile. "I don )
gta 'rnanana when want him to I Starke wants everyone who i is not Sin." There will be "
you special music -
much for mental processes of his fellowman -
horses Where I corns wife like itJ
when want your otherwise affiliated In Starke to Come and
from' go, und 'pronto' you as well as his own mental bring your Bibles. t
people mostly use cars. him to stop." She galloped smooth J here tool" she aske1. feel welcome at any und all of Its '
t
that the
Andy started to walk toward th processes Bible is GOlt.sWord.

where a fine-looking horse; anger and envy. rtjE&r' i 'be given you a warm church in Rev. Ben M. Bougard, of Little
was tethered "s' -- -- -
to the fence Jak
: 'which can comfortably worship -
following His feelings were not soothed you Rock, Ark will preach at Pine
at his heels. DOUBLE RUN
good music, congregational '
Level Church
Saturday evening.
followed. At his -
"What any by what command
s a cur got a horse ain't? Sirs. W. A. Tyler. Cog singing and choir anthems, and, Dec. 10th '
bIle demanded. of 'manana, the burro Instantly .
to stand stock : go pel preaching will make you All are urged to attend these j
"Well proceeded
i never saw a horse with!l furious at the Mr. and Mrs. Ben O'Nlel, of feel at home in God's house. Come services through the week-end. '
emergency? brakes!" retortfd. -. still. Andy was
Andy Jacksonville and worship with
stubborn little beast. The boy had were visiting Mr. and us. .
Mrs. L. U Morgan recently. .- CHKISTIAN C'lllJUfll:
"And r ain't never seen an ottu-' almost shouted himself hoarse __ The Rev. W. T. McGuIre
Friends of Mrs. O. L. Brown will RISINGKdiia will
1< realized that Jake had ,
mobile when he
that'd whinny when yuh I be glad to hear that she bus preach at the Christian Church
recovered Miss. Lewis, Correspondent ,
?ame tricked him had switched signals
,
In '
sight and'd nuzzle in here
youi after a long illness. Sunday morning at 11 o'clock "

I II DOcket for sugar" She stopped by!, on him, so to speak. Triumphantly Mrs. R. U. Permenter spent partof ; ,und Sunday night at 7:30: o'clock.
MlMrelhuuwuM Shower :
I he And the I
tethered he cried "Pronto! as
II animal. "This is Cal-' last week with her brother and I The public is cordially Invited.EVERGREEN ,
I A miscellaneous shower
co. burro started off at a fast trot, was given -
my own private horse my! -
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs A. J. --
I to at the home of Miss Edna LewIs -
Jaby Want to try him?" Andy had all he could do stay Bryant. I

Andy examined Calico with crlt- upright, fuming at the burro, at Friday afternoon In honor of Mrs. F, A. Correspondent I IMr
George Gnann Is staying with Ilpaler _
I Mm. Luther Harrell of Brooker.
Cal l Jake, and at himself for comingto
eyes. "Oh-h-h I don t know,
,
his daughter, Mrs. L U. Morgan.L. .
I' Mrs. Hurrell. before her marriage
18 said casually. the wide open spaces. .. U. Morgan and children at- Miss Melva .. Daisy Prlngle and children t
was Crosby, daughter
Suddenly Jake burst out laugh- Jack and the others in the In- tended church at Starke, Sunday i. ,ivere visiting relatives here Sunday I
I of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby. j
is. 'Mebbe you can't ride! Mebbe terval, had reached the top of the ------ ,afternoon

)''Gu're Just a 'monkey ward' cow- dividing line between the North- Many beautiful and useful pres-i!' Mr. and Mrs. Philip Sullivan and ,
t said ents were presented to the bride,
IOY! cote ranch and Bruxton's property. (children: of Jacksonville, spent f
Bruxton smiled with wicked after which were ,
many games I
"A po
what? beautiful and the here
It was a sight, Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
liteness."I played and refreshments were' ,
"A mail order cowboy. The kind Hardys drank it in In silent admiration ftussell Redding.Mrs. .
.....
hat ------' -- --- thought they'd better be Judge served by the hostess.
cuts a shine till they straddle for a few minutes. Bill Dud Bell and children of
'I Pony Northcote pointed to a large water anything a kid like Jake can dO"j! pretty smart lawyer." I with you on the other side of the Those present were: Dorothy Baldwin were visiting relatives

Andy was nettled. "Yeah? Well, pipe, securely padlocked not far "We'll talk that over later In Judge Hardy sighed with relief."I caKe Any time you want me to Crosby sister of the bride Miss lere Sunday afternoon.

Can ride anything," he boasted. off. private,' the Judge said piercingly. m glad you don't force us to go renew the contract-at the new Elnor Conner, Miss Verllee Lewis Miss Louise Rosier spent Sunday '
to court," he said. price-let me know. Good "
day Miss Doris Strickland. Miss Irene
Nothing to It." vith Mrs. C. Johns at the State _
he said a bit sadly
"Thpn "Over there, Andy knew that tone and beganto "But there's no indication at Dora sank despondently into a Lewis, Miss Vesta McRae, Miss l"arrn.
why don't
?
"Not you "you can see the stream's on Bruxton's be worried. "Yes, sir," he replied what price I must continue to sell chair as he left Edna Lewis, Mrs. L. L. Conner,
In the Mrs. J. 8. Rosier and
mood
replied Andy, He's both grand-
property. got water" rejoined Bruxton. "Water "We're licked James she .
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elKnlng meekly."It Mrs. H. H. Lewis, Mrs. V. A. laughter Clarice
"Betcha indifference. banks; that's why he owns all the ain't his fault he's a tenderfoot has suddenly become mighty valuable sighed tearfully. "I guess all we Browning and Mrs. W. C. Conner i ting Mrs. Willie Rosier, were via-
two ride Reddish
bits
,alico,' offered you can't water" Judge," put In Jake tolerant but the laws the law." can do IH pray for a miracle." Cohen Peele of Jacksonville Sunday.

"I certainly Jake." infant The Judge was deep In thought.Hmmmmm ly. "He'll learn to ride." He turned to the anxious Dora. For a while the Judge continued Elder W. E. Hall of Green Cove s pent, the week-end here with his
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now. can Andy was ;' he murmured. "Let "There are other things to learn, "You can have all the water you to study the contract. I Springs spent Sunday night at the nother, Mrs. Hester Sapp. ;1

"Its a bet! Where's 'din- me get my bearings for a minute." too, Jake." the Judge replied sob- want," he said grimly. "But on and "Dora, just about every human I home of Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Lewis.. Mrs. J. E. Rosier has returned 1 _

0)7" She your from Marian, for her part, was concentrating erly. "Andy, I'll see you tonight, after the fifth of next month my being on earth Is praying for a Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hutchinson lome after spending several weeks _

1, Pocket pulled a quarter on Ray. but In the meantime, come along. price Is one thousand dollars a miracle" he said slowly. "And I I and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hutchinson i n Ft. Pierce with her daughter i

"What' ? Oh I said "There's a beautiful view from 111 need you." gallon!" A look of dismay came imagine that the good Lord Is I visited the bedside of Mrs. R. Mrs. Paul Glovers .

'"* a hollow, get It, Andy there," she said, pointing off to Far from this spot Ray and to Dora's face as Bruxton rose, kept so busy, maybe he won't get V. Alvarez at Glendale Hospital Mrs. J. D. Sapp and baby are J'

'I laugh. "My, you'reI Marian were staring over a pan took his hat and sauntered to the around to us for a while But I Sunday ,
'Junny! little kid." one side. a pending' the week with her mothir ,
"Go on," Jake tauted calmly. "Like to see It?" orama of mountains from a high door. The Judge tried to hide his we've got a week more. Maybe we Misses Edna and Verllee Lewis Mrs. Thomas, near Starke

"We 'inn, "Oh, yes. Come on, I'll see if I hill carpeted with wild flowers. disappointment, can dig up a little miracle of our I spent Saturday night with Elder Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and I t

hiss haclt cowboy. can beat you" she cried gaily, Marian was bolstering her courage. "Your attorneys, Mr. Brux- own?" I and Mrs W. E. Hall at Green Cove laughters were visiting Mr. and
against the wall Andy she bad been ton are shrewd men, he (To Be Continued) :
:fitted her horse As they gal- This was something very Springs I Mrs. Marlon Carter
hla teeth and started for spurring Sunday Dight.I _









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r BAPTIST ll, 1 lttsOFFlt'tAi.
Bradford TEMPERANCE OUTSTANDING 0'' I"I.OIIIIJ.\I -"II.
County TelegraphEstablished
I ,,. .. It miiiparliur. by .affidavit flied In ( ( '"l 1 '
DRAMAA "
r i9n CHURCH NEWSA that loitBln, IBURB In Circuit Court A. I i//1 '\
1877 ) Bradford' County Floridan Chan-' ('lar'k I
drama called : d usual in- < piy, entitled., :; PyruM. T. Hoover, HradL" Iu l(' 'bit
"Iii temperance .. (..wti service of more than I'alnlirr vs Marion.. hoover the or. 1I'ltANIC 1,1\I\ "
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AGiE MEMBERPu "Who Is To Blame?", vividly por- terest will b-oonducted at the relief prayed for being divorce; I hut' Attorney rut )I'gtii", vluryl
$ wmI14PR&SS ASSOCiAnoWj. traying conditions as they are under First Baptist Church next Sunday State the defendant or
the new beer laws will: be given ti night, when the Women's Mission- plaintiff' and that tI there In no pet-
at the First Methodist Church ary Union will observe W M. U Eon In the State ( Florida, n, .. .'I'e! Dotty Bhdrlct
Zati&iiio upon whom
of perHonal proce
s. I OtaOLtaC Tuesday, Dec 13 at 7:30: P, M., night. Following the opening exercises would' purHiinnlly. bind said defendant Irritation 11'akt.
with local characters II' IH Oltnmil.l) that the 01.r..n."t. .- Its ,, YOU
twenty-seven which begin at 7-30: o'clock not no i i ., I I,
Published Week yFriiJ and i Entered Second Class .. Mnrjoile Hoover appear to Ing 'IANtIgl>
ys as assisted by Dr. Attlcus Webb of J the I |: 1111 Rp
usual by I
\ and will be led as the hill "if complunt the Oth day of lie tout i 1' i I. \,: hkeq;
ht Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida Dallas, Texas, the author of the pastor. Mrs. S. E. Sparks will tfbtuary, 1939, otherwise a decree oil and II 1 "'n 1""?"I'I" lOI" ,
l ,,1 ._ __ .. drama. Cele- pro luiifeBHci. .. will be entered avalnuther If"e"n" ttilji. .,.i_ 11. .. ..d.
uIij n speak! on "What Our Jubilee for her failure to .appear. ; that. flush out x" ? kids',"
1 1CO1 E. I* Matthews\ _________ _______________Editor and OwnerSUBSCRIPTION This is a new temperance drama, bration Has Accomplished." this order be l published. once each wanted win" ii. ..". .4011
j week for four consecutive week In tloll rnuuitine ..
tl and
copyrighted attracting large ) ,
., this address. Mrs. Telegraph. a ... Ihw'uent "
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'" JBy audiences wherever It n
presented. linrkarhiHiiket.
RATE of general circulation
"Pass- newspaper \ Moll
will -
Luther Powell speak on '
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Is sponsored by and is a part ofa 1 piiullMlind In llnulfotd. County, Klorlilrt .., Yon,,,, ''KYI'I
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance campaign, for temperance edu- ,; I Ing on the Torch. -. e4..I In 4 (irua "! I I DI h
iw Concluding the ladies' part of WITNESS! my hand .and official ) Store. Dem,
+ Advertising: Rates on ApplicationA cation, being conducted by the! ,. ---- --
I j e the service Mrs. A. M. Darby, be- ,'H=- h -- -- --- --- '
HOME / I, "y'r' Starke Ministerial Alliance. ,1 Mh loved president of the Baptist W. -
CHRISTMAS SHOPPING RESOLUTION The drama Is in the form of a
NEED) 1
/ M. U., Is scheduled to( speak on a
FOB | Once again boys and girls are writing letters to Santa court trial. The Rev. Dr. Adams .a,( t' t _'.........n .. 'a,_. devotional theme. iPFRFEttpRpTE
will be the anda
presiding Judge '
Claus, and wives and husbands are attempting to discover, !local young man will take the CHICAGO; Ill. Among those to( The pastor will review briefly, 00 orauldenr./dQ. ,,, / ION'Ierplnblf.holWdl
Agree? -_. by roundabout methods what the receive high honors at the International the structure and functions of the /
U hon I other wants for Christmas. part of Tom Moore, on trial for I / +Ibl'i'ce' "
: $ ? last OCCU b'l
t'r the murder of total stranger, ] .Live Stock Exposition Cooperative Program, the name r a
Ming i The twenty-fifth of December is only fifteen days away! of Belt, .." '''' 11I0''h'lor
Walter Evans, at the "Blue Goose" week were Katherine Sire given to the entire missionury and .zlmtrm' 'mlm6us'bltld, ,4tB
toe wti A lot of money will! be spent within the next two weeks. dance ball Montana, and Lloyd Hawkins of benevolence activities of the Southern '-

*I i Jy cbar Aonre ctf ', j Some will! be spent wisely and some foolishly, but all in an at- T. Frank Landrum wilt prose- Foss Oklahoma both 18 years old, Baptist Churches, as these activities :'/.IflssMfe=: 1 ,"'

[far too 1 ,; iltul a tempt to bring happiness to someone who deserves it, cute the defendant, and M. F. can named 4-H as Club the outstanding boy and girl.Amerl- and foreign are fostered fields. in state home 1100 Pet. mooch/ for I" I".d b'M1 or
Brown will assist in the

atdered< In looking through Starke shops this week it that prosecution ...I'.er" k Z b. rr,"", l
seems 'onlh *
Dr.> Webb will defend him. At the morning service at 11 .
of Impoitylopu 'ho/y!/ r.blem elti "
I for,
I our merchants have taken unusually great pains to providean J. R. Kelly will take the part of COUNTY COURT o'clock a large congregation is ex 'flit :: name' .monTh'
nJenc.j
1 <, er tton> ri l array of gifts to please everyone, making it unnecessary the Clerk of the Court and A. O (Continued from Page Ono) pected to hear a message on "Your 11 N "lop viii,...,.6.d py :: ::ikro: Au''hn.,, .
att0""
along lay,i il r115 Andreu the part of the sheriff. plications It) some Instances it Chance of Heroism." Music by the d..ea.w Idue te6
; edi, man t! for gift shoppers to leave town to make a single purchase.It The state will summon witnessesas took from throe to six weeks to choir will add to the worship exercise .a'ma.l"u deoaoJQt," .dlcal

Home;:, is true that the large city holds certain attractions at follows: get an Interview with the person ) and persons not attending : ibooo" .000 cult to you lor a.on-d..bhh.. ''' 'lI + Florida Christmas time and many people thoughtlessly drive there to C H. Nasworthy as deputy sher- charged with the duty to receiving other churches are cordially invit- ;' COme. Or a. rub'. 0.. k..1I
r qirl iff; the Rev. L.. O. Sheffield justice applications for work relief ed to participate in public worship ". "'''' ftJOhrb''r /In.
M iotfldea" 1' In ..
several
1 method!; + rl make purchases that could be made right at home more con- of peace; Billy Powell an "eye he said. The Board took no action with the members of the Baptist : ( aY ', and .., u//

of the 5Y' I i o, veniently and economically. The large city offers the excitement witness." as It was the sentiment expressedthat Church. .: by .cC.denll'' ne,"".'an"nrly. Or t dilAbl'd

UblHj.reclp Y Yin of crowds, the gaiety of brilliant lights, and the The Defense will put on the witness the representatives of the aAd ". Ju.MjRfrom'GanlLPepoLe. ,: :
i stand the Defendant himself, Welfare Board who had previously,
the B 1y, l 'M.fK thrill of a vast selection of merchandise. But every attraction : and his mother. It will also offer during this meeting explained the NEW CUSTOMERS FLORIDA lerMpassllrreaa..y

convent offered is more than offset by one or more annoyances. Hans Schlitz, the beer seller at routine and rules and regulations POWER *. LIGHT COlLet ; HAROLD C. WALL
} .. Agency
local nan who .1.ted
whose "joint" the defendant got by which are governed, had
I bousew Have you ever been pleased with saving a few cents on a they I yon In obtaining ftHeetrta .er_ I
1 k drunk This part will be taken by sufficiently explained the difficulties vice do your H..... Wlrln.
corresp bust< ''i purchase in the city only to forget (until the first of the L, O Powell. of which Mr Hayes had com- llennoniible., D..p..d.b.. RELIANCE LIFE' INSURANCE COMPAMOF :
er CtervlcvO.
"r month) that you had spent three or four dollars on your car Sulking testimony will be given plained. J. PHILLIPS Lantt. I PITTSBURGH{ (
Asa by Dr. Kraepelln the world's Application was made for additional .......
to there
? Have
expense just get you ever marred a fender or
greatest authority on what beer assistance for Shep Wlgg
tlon agf smashed a headlight in the hustle and bustle of city traffic .. i.Laaltaallllau
or will do for those who drink It. He an aged colored man of Hampton
I! dW ys*i b IG r '7i1 tried to find a parking space on a crowded city street? Have will be represented by E. L. Williams It was stated that he is receivingOld
taulnes1l t I Mrs. H. C Brown will Age Assistance but becauseof FOR GIFTS 'YOU'D LOVE TO GIVE AT PRICES
l wltf you ever been bewildered by the maze of merchandise in city
cite ; ti t, ; preside at the organ. I his deranged mind and helpless
la
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thafH'Woman F :d stores until you wished you were back home where selection W. P. Smith will be foreman of i condition he cannot wait on him- YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY

is much easier? Have you ever felt yourself "frozen out" by the Jury, and the following promi- self and some..added assistance
reouIj ) the nent citizens have! been summonedto wus needed."J\Tha' matter was referred SEE THEe
I l impersonal or even snobbish treatment by clerks in the
serve as jurors: L. D. VIning, P. to the County Health Coun- .
ant arn k { big city stores? Have you ever brought an article home, de- ]M.! Barefoot, C. A. Knight, F. A cil for Investigation and report. '_;:'

been wi d :t ; cided you did not want it, and have to go through the trouble Scott J B. Carlisle, L, A. Davis, There being other matters claim- JEAN SHOPPEWatch
1 '' and endless red of R. F. Clark. C. F. Ward E L. Ing the attention of the Board CLAR -
tape returning it to a big department
The Matthews H. L. Brownlee U C. which could not be handled at this
_' ', ueten )( ''t 1 store? Ray, O. W. White C A. Futch, W. time adjournment was taken un- For Our Ad In Xmas Tabloid Next Week

fl P. '' Of course you have been subjected to all these trials and B.''Sewell. C. T. Wade. til Tuesday December 13, at 9:00

_ emauon iItv t many more .if_ you have ever done _nntr.." cYirttirtinrv.._.......;..... .of.. all .in.. _al Rev.The L.Rev A.Frank Shepherd Robinson have and chargeof the o'clock A M. -' ----

wbtch 1 / large city. What a pleasurable contrast it is to make leisurely arrangements. Admission will

: I rounds of our local stores and to be serVed by people who be free.
t SLASH. SlASH ADA/Ii
i gr rtlr' 1 are your friends, who know your likes and dislikes, and who lO

onserv l ltdw are genuinely interested in pleasing you and in keeping your New PumpsThe 1 I,

sbsvl ''t r 'l good will. Register Motor Companythis

ter y It is not necessary to wait until New Year's to start making week has installed the very
r.G- latest electric gasoline dispensing i
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r1ttdo 1 t { good resolutions. Why not resolve right now to do your pumps in their service station de

/ Christmas shopping at home this year where you are much partment. Gulf gasoline is now sold

; lltl 4 surer of being pleased than if you drove a long distance just here.

"gild met ;,P to see a lot of things you don't want or cannot buy. Tradingat

home is the smart thing to do from a selfish standpoint, NOTICE

t too, because your welfare is inextricably tied up with that The Bradford Board County.of Public Florida Instructionof will Electric HaI

of Starke and Bradford County. Together we prosper, but receive sealed bids for purchase of

it must be TOGETHER I Boatdraln School House until ten l

o o'clock A. M., December 31, 1938.
The sale for cash to highest
+''I; TIlE "SNOWBIRDS" ARE WITH US AGAIN bidder building to be removed

Concerning the annual influx of "snowbirds" the Plant within thirty days from sale. Board

City Courier has the following to say: reserves right; to reject any and

J 1 ,I Hl "Now is the time for all good panhandlers to trek all bids. Signed:

_i'D/ i into Florida. The highways present these thumbing A. J GRIFFIS

_ n t.r individuals ambling from one part of the state to another Secretary and Superinendent. .
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and back. And residents of small towns find themselves
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accosted the streets and elsewhere C'NI' >)> I Oft Rit-(1)POItD <'fll'M-
on for "a bowl] off .
I 'ry. FI.OKIIIt. I'" ('II.S('I.It,,.
I' r 1 soup" or "coffee and." Of course these lads must eat NOTH'M IH hereby driven that under -
.and by virtue of I that certain decree -
;, I4 and the world owes them a living. Being a part of that of partition entered. In the Olrult Odod !
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( Court for llratlfcird County
world each one of us is expected to contribute our shareto "lorlrta. In (.h'' I of l Hienilr, A. I>. 1118, In an .action
1 their comfort and well being. Of course we may be for Partition therein pending whereIn -
''I1 ; .I. K. Shaw In roinpliilnnnt.' andWlimn
!Sl l l1 dry having a rather difficult time o.urselves making both Shaw. et .nl are defendants.
l ) re y and by virtue of nti. nrdi. of the
; ends: meet and if we fail to contribute we may receive a auld|. Court therein made. the und..r.Ioen..d -

{ gI 1'' t dirty look, but what of it? They have chosen their profession Maid.. Court: CnmmtNHtonerit will offer appointed for Hale, and by
will Hell. to the hlRhent and bent
k' and if the pickings are slim in Plant City they'llprobably Mdder for cash. In front of the

hurry on to more fertile fields. There is such South. ,door Klorlda of ,1 the during Court the louse legalhours intltarke Another Smashing Reduction Brings New Bargainsin
of Hale, on the 2nd day of
a thing as legitimate charity and there is such a thing January. A. I>. 1919 the following:
i as casting pearls before swine. We sometimes think fif lot 1 I. In Mei'tlnn 18. !

I that too many pearls are cast before swine. But each hit Twp.60 7 ft.H. by It. 20 100 E..I.ft. con except\eved one to Better Living to Thousands of Families

I?, ; individual who faces from the line negro. rhurrh and except right-
gaunt
: a personage up of-way of a A. L,. Ilv .aiioHnail '
awl a must make his own decision and act accordingly." more. Lot or Ie.1...containing.. 39 acres, BIGGEST news of the year is

We agree that it is hard to turn these fellows down even W.N. l!oJ.>. Itayec wainwright. the new, drastic reduction in the i

when you occasionally get "stung" by giving to one who does J. H.AM Row.Comml8nloner, l

'r not deserve it. Most of us will continue to give, and hope we I 12. K. P..rryman.HolI..lt..r price of electric 'service -for your R '
for Complainant. ,,
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t4 l : are doing the right thing, as long as we have an extra dime in 12---4t-l-SO home.

{ our pockets.
Your electric penny means more,

-o SOLVED buys more, than ever before.
CIVIL SERVICE FOR STATE EMPLOYES
Your electric servants do a
l!} A general civil service law designed to protect state, now I.liii telt i

I county, and city employes from dismissal for political reasonsis The Gift Problem more work at longer hours for ;; ; ;/ a,

being drafted and prepared for introduction at the next ** With A the same wages. This is your opportunity rt"

ft' ? t I i legislative session. If, as it appears on the surface, this is to get more pleasure out of the better w : w

f1I(1 + + a sincere effort to bring civil service benefits to state em- ((7i."Zippit" things of life. ?w

ployes, we wish it a full measure of success. We have always consistently lowered rates. The (

I. I- ; Under the plan present employes will be blanketed into I new- reduction, in accordance with this policy, is

( their jobs and will be to for and
subject discharge only cause
ik SURE TO I'LEASE ALL designed to benefit the greatest number of peopleto
after hearing if desire New be
r a they one. employes can PROFESSIONAL MEN the '
; hired only after they have passed proper civil service exam- BUSINESS IIENSTUDENTS greatest extent.

+# I Ii4 pt"r .; inations. Take' advantage of this great bargain in better liv- '

rr If these examinations are conducted properly and on a In Brown or Black ing'by employing more electrical ser*.ants in your home. SEE YOUR ELECTRICAL

basis that is fair to everyone they will undoubtedly raise the DEALER for labor-saving appliances.
Ae Low A
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standard of efficiency and qualification among state em-

ployes. Civil service will free them from worry over the per- FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANYJ.

: manency of their jobs and will make them no longer subjectto $3.50 ,

t the whims and political ambitions of their superiors. SEE THEM NOW AT G. SPENCER, Mgr.

> + 'I i Legislation along these lines is a decided step forward THE BRADFORDCO.

and the people of Florida should bolster up with favorable I 1 I I I I I /

I public opinion its chances of being approved by the next leg- TELEGRAPHSTARKE ( (

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