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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 13, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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PROVIDES NO ATTRACTS :; STOLEN FOIL SHERIFF MONEY:: ( TO I'BRING SADNESS TO COUNTY I II FARMERS ..


Willie Amos, Daytona Beach ne- I 1i

gro, Illustrated the old saying that Sinclair L. Peek, Sr., Barbara Jean Johns, Mrs. Lois
LARGE CROWD i MARKET HERE
FLAT SUM II it Is better to swallow a well than I I Copeland Louis H. Hill, Jr., Josiah Starling, I J

be caught with a stolen one, when .
Mrs. Mamie Williams Taken
I he deposited seven dollars of pil- I r ::1

Amounts Allotted Based First Regular Gunning feted cash in his stomach Monday Okehed Project Sent to ,

shortly after being arrested by : Death, striking sK times In rapid and a half year old daughter of Mr I

On Individual'sNeeds Held At Airport Sheriff A 0, Andieu at Hampton I succession thought sorrow to I and Mrs Carl John, died at one Budget Bureau for I

Thursday \: Here Is the story as told l by the many BI'adfolCounty:\ homes in o'clock Friday morning, after a few Action
I u
I sheriff: 1 the past week. Doctors and vital I hours IIIneMS I I

I II Amos come' here several days statistics oftlci la could not recr.1anolh..r \ born ( "
Hal bum Jean
IDEA THAT FRED :MOORE. I.AWT.Y.I: was Kebruury ('():'\STIUC1'WSITE: 20 ;
MISTAKEN and stole from anothernegro 71CUES
'
: ago a pistol Instance Hhen' a* large a 23. 1932 and her short life east a I
TO ALL! MAKES III Kill; SCORE; ) .\ NOKTII OF TOWN
$jVfl; lPAID: Richard Wynn. Later, during number of deuths occurred In sucha halo of happiness' about those who ( ,

his routine of taking; things not short period of time In this small II! loved her. Her regular attendance I ,, '
available echo In the vicinity
Flat u's old age assistance plan. Every i led-hot or nailed down, he stole community. The total of sK: Is the at the Methodist. Sunday school A central farmers' market, for .:'."
of the worked overtime I I
Social airport
tpnn' recently by the seven dollars from another negro, I number that might normally have wits one of her chief pleasures, its more than a year the goal of various '
afternoon of lust !
;ecui't. Board In Washington week Thursday shots resounded when the I named Clal'k.V'nn came for occurred here ''a a little more than she enjoyed 1 Joining\; In the songs U. R. (fHIIlYI) MATTHEWS local organizations and, Bradford :

J11!g call for flat pensions of as Sheriff Andieu, and they went in a month's time, and listening to stories from the <\ County growers, seemed assured [ '

130 pei month per person. The Starke Gun Club, organized two 'search of Amos and caught him at Three of the vleathn orcurred Fri- Bible, and her intelligence\ and win- this week, following receipt .
weeks held! Its first skeet
,
which an Individual re- ago On his Sheriff MATTHEWSWill f tl
of from
amount Hampton. person day morning. They were little some manner gained 1 friends H telegram CongressmanR.

ceives I 11 baaed upon ,the needs of shoot. Andreu discovered sixtyfivect'nts.. Barbara Jean Johns, Sinclair L.Peek wherever she was known. A. Green, stating that the proJect
Individual and may be for any A large crowd of spectators Opening his mouth It was discovered has been approved by the
that Preach ;\:
Arthur F.
and Mrs
Cope-
gathered and seemed to get a big It seems that this beautiful little .
(3: and $30. It was
between Amos had the WI'A D. C
mount paper money Washington
land. The community was still girl might have been spared.l
kick out of watching the filing
week Clyde Taylor -
this by
explained which all the from the"dub' deposited there. Before the tdiet itf shocked by this rapid successionof longer, but the Heavenly Father The congiessmun's telegram received -
chairman of the State Welfare ranged way could get his hands on it, Amos TO BAPTIST
to the expert class one fatalities when the news came thought beat to call her home. The here by Joseph E. Wilson,
said that I the !
Board Mr. Taylor scored one hit out took a deep breath and consigned that Louis H.' Hill Jr. had been flower of her life bloomed here one of the most untiring supporters -
sportsman only '
Board has received many leUel'srrom the seven dollars to his nether te- In automobile accident in of the market, was at follows: .
killed
an few short ,
only a yet long
of while another years
who to be- twenty-five, came DIRECTOR: OK STUDENTUNION
recipients appear .
with out of glons.He Georgia. Adding; to the total were enough to shed the fragrance of a "Just advised l farmers market
through twenty-four
that every eligible person will !I. now in the Bradford Coun- TO LECTURE
lieve two who died In Jacksonville but pure, sweet life. Bradford County approved by
.receive $30 per month. ; twenty-five. ty jail, and charges of stealing and whose bodies were brought to this SUNDAY NKJIITD. WPA and sent to bureau of budget
I Although several visitors from The funeral was held Sunday af- .
-
"The national Social Security carrying concealed weapons will county for burUI. They were Josiah for action. Am happy we have
I Jacksonville scored as high as ternoon at three-thirtyo'clock at R. Matthews, director of "'101'-
the Florida probably be placed against him. I
Act, under which plan Starling and Mrs. Mamie Carter obtained approval of WPA officials -
forty-four and forty-five out of a the Methodist Church, with the Ida Union (student body center),
does not permit of the Nothing is said in the warrant Williams. former died Fri and shall continue to work:
operates possible fifty, the highest score by TJJie; pastor, the Rev. W. A. Fischer, will speak at the Baptist. Church at
payment of flat pensions, and the about carrying concealed money. day and thejatter Thursday of last': until It is established..
i Bradford resident was made by .. conducting the service. Surrounding the evening service Sunday nightat
Florida 1937 Welfare Law was W. Fred Moore, of Lawtey, who week. the casket and banking the eight o'clock. Approval by the WPA In Washington
drawn to enable this state to parti- SINC'LAIK' L. PEEK: is a major step forward to-
fired a forty-one. W. P. Smith, of BLOOD PACT 'Itar were many flowers which ex- Mr, Matthews Is Floridian anda
In the national system Mr. "
cipate ward the establishment of a mar-
Starke came second among the locals 'beith, Friday, claimed Sinclair pressed love for the little girl and graduate of the University of
declared.
Taylor ket here whose total cost will probably \
with forty broken skeets out L. Peek, 43: son of the late Col sympathy for those who loved her. Florida He taught In the public .
"Several bills calling: for the payment LandsYOUTHJN exceed $20,000 It Is hoped
of fifty. The Sunday school sent a handsome -
and Mrs. Come L. Peek, and a schools of Leesburg, was Chairman
of flat pensions of $30 were !' eventually to make it a distributing
Other high scorers among those lifelong citizen of Starke and Bradford floral offering and there was of the (English Department of the
the last session of the point not only for farm. -
Introduced at produce
shooting two rounds were: Geo. W. : County. His death Cum as also one from! Miss Kate Stiuth'slass Senior High' School In Orlando for e
but they were JAILPLOT but also for livestock in this
Florida legislature Roberts, thirty-six; Charles Dar- an acute shock to family and : of which Barbara Jean was five years was a member of the
learned that section.
when It was
dropped by, thirty-four; B. .C. Prince, thir- friends as he was apparently in a member. State Legislature from Alachua
would not be In conformitywith will be constructedon
they ty-three; J, G. Godwin, thirty; J. B. I REVEALED IIERE good health the day before his Active pall bearers were: T. County In 1935. He served as Aitxtant *- The building
federal act Mr. Taylor of land i
the tract
Alexander, twenty-nine; J. W. SOUNDS LIKE CHAPTER sudden demise. Frank Lantlrum. H. C. Wall, L. A. State 4." Club Agent foiseveiul a twenty-acre

added. Brownlee, twenty-nine; B. Mun- FROM DIME NOVEL lie died In Tallahassee in the ('on ova, C. E. ,John. W. E. Torode, years In the summers. He about half a mile beyond the northern
limits of town It will be ideal

The chairman of the State Board dy, twenty-eight. home of Mrs. Cora Marshburn, A. O. Andreu. Honorary: Bill came to his present position with

also pointed out that the appropriation Mundy, Sam Anderson, R. J. DaIs the University of Florida last ly situated between Road 13 an 1
those shoot- year.
having
High scorers among Several years ago two boys In where he was looming just the main line of the Seaboard Air-
made by the last legislature / J. M. Smith, E. C. Priest and As director of Florida Union Mr. k
Ing one round (twenty-five shots) I I an Ohio reform school pricked accepted a position with the Unem- line ,
rot sufficient to provide Railway e
was 3. A. Weldon. Matthews the student
were: Steve Weldon, eighteen; Pee their arms until blood began to ployment Compensation Bureau. supervises

payment of $30 to all persons, Wee Dampler.. eighteen; Floyd flow rubbed them together so that Death came as the result of a Interment was In Crosby Ceme- activities at the University. of Florida -

even If this hail been permitted by Green, fourteen. In the extra I the blood mixed and took a solemn heart attack. The body was tery, and arrangements' were under ,! CfTYUNABLE
the federal law. A made In I
survey event J. B. Alexander hit twenty- oath to "stick by each other" If brought here for burial and funeral the direction of -DeWitt C.Jones I I The speakers', Interest In youth
all counties la the state, Mr. Tay- '
lwo out of twenty-five. either should later find himself In services were held Sunday! after- has brought him Into Intimate

lor said, shows that there are Members of the club are well- I trouble. noon at five'cJtfr k in the Baptist 'I touch with young people both In : To HouseNEWCOMERS

probably 27,500 persons who can pleased with the new sport and expect : Perhaps the boys got the idea Church, of which Mr. Peek was a Lofts: H. HILL, JIL I school and church life, and he Is ,
for old assistance. Ifeery
qualify age it to grow in popularity each I from "Dead-Eye Dick" or some member. The Rev. W. A. Fischer, Louis H Hill, Jr., twentyfouryear expected, to bring an Interestingand :

person received $30 per week not only among local sportsmen other dime novel, but the fact that pastor of the Methodist Church old sun of Mr.\ and Mrs. L, Instructive message to those
month, the state's share of the cost
but also among those from they were In dead earnest was here, and the Rev Thomas Hansen Hill of Lawtey, was killed H'I I who attend the Sunday evening
would be 90.000;; Yet ---
the legislature per year. nearby cities not equipped with a proven in the court house here pastor of the Main Street Baptist Saturday afternoon In an .service ImU.TUEAI It SAYS

appropriated only .skeet outfit. Wednesday afternoon when Circuit Church In .Jacksonville' officiated. bile accident near Vidalia, Ga. He i i Dr. Chili II's Gould 1 1. of Penney
5.800,000, TI'NlIII.IF: : TURNED
to all -
annually cover ----_..- .._ Judge A. Z. Adkins sentenced Interment was In the Crosby Lake was I'etulnlnjifrom\ a trip and theaccident !,; Farms, will conduct the moinlng
welfare' activities which Include In ; AWAY IN WEEK;
addition, to old assistance aidto To {Work On BudgetThe i, Frank Matey to ten years for Cemetery and pall bearers were: occurred just five miles I service ut 11 o'clock. .
age .shooting at a guard while aiding Fred F. Stump, Joe E. Wilson rl'om'I the blind aid to dependent chile Board of County Commissioners I i I That .Stiltke I l li faced with art
Leonard Zalutsky to escape from Harold C Wall, Geo. C. White, H to meet hit wife who was visitingher
then, will meet Filday, August Rotary hears Speaker
distributing: federal surplus I irute housing Hlinitage is the
He alone
the Slate Priscn Farm at Raiford C. Ritch and Edward Burns. Arrangements patents. was riding
commoities, inspecting: and licens- 20 for the purpose of adopting a I I and Is known of the warning voiced by local real estate
:, two weeks ago. were In charge of De- it the time it not just Nell Ferguson, J president

ing child caring Institutions and .icimunent budget of operating ex- A life term was what Zalutsky Witt C, Jones. what went wrong, causing\ his. au.mobile Oculu Rotary t'lub, nddieosed, the dealers who say that families are

penses for Bradford. County during was serving for committing armed Sinclair L. Peek was born In '(. to crash!' Into the side of l Staike Rotarians ut their meetinghere \ being turned away almost daily
(Continued t Oa Page Eight) '93738. who would move here If suitable .
robbery In Miami and the thought Starke on May 31, 1892. He was Rocky ('I'p'k bridge. Wednesday. He was sent by .oj i

CONTROLLED BURNING OF WOODS of his pal spending his days be- graduated: from the Bradford Louts was born in Luwtey (0'101'i i I his club to the It national convention rental property were available. )u

I hind bars In a Florida prison was i County High School, took a busi ida, April 19, 1913. He attended s i at Nice, (France and gave One dealer Jos. E, Wilson, states '

BENEFICAL, IS NEW BELIEFBy evidently more than Mated could ness course and until the last Bradford High School from which tun I Interesting and In"I'II'lnlac.\ that he has had ten Inquiries from y)

endure. At any rate he appeared three years, was always connected tie was graduated In 1931. He then count of his trip.McClave families during the past week but '

H. E. LAGERGREN non-inflammable bark protects the I i at the State Farm one Sunday with the banking profession. attended the University of Georgia I :.. __ so far has not been) able to find accommodations "

Those who defend the burning of tree from Injury by fire, which about two weeks ago and visited March 9, 1916 he was married and was graduated from therein In Hospital for a single one of

the grass in the Florida woods, my way, In short grass, passes by I Zalutsky In his cell stating that to Myra Frances Darby, who sur- June, 1933. He was married to I I McClane, them. Mr. Wilson said he did not
T. K.
were brothers. vives him, together with their Miss\ of Vidalla County Agent know of a vacant house In Staikn."An .
Contrary to the ravings of swivel- 'n a minute or two. Where the they Mary Chapman
Jr. Is In Palatka hospital recuperating
chair foresters," will be gratified grass Is long the flames reach That night the life-termer, a three children Sinclair L. Peek, : Ga., on August 14, 1036., From i I I from a an operation for the long as this housing short-

to learn that the opinions of such high and the heat may kill the trusty, climbed over a fence that Jr.. Frances Lee, and Leonard Dar- early childhood he was a memberof age prevails, we are handicapping
removal of his appendix performed -
would-be "experts": are beginning/ needles up to the tops of the trees was under repair and ran to a by Peek, all of Starke. Two broth- the Methodist Episcopal Churchit Monday. At the time of his attack i the growth of Starke." Mr Wilson >,

to change and the true condition but they generally come out again. parked car that carried him speedIng ers J. L. Peek of Starke, and Car- Lawtey. he the hospital visiting 'said "Every time a family Is turned ,

becoming understood. Until lately, In thick sapling coppices some from the prison grounds They lyle Peek of Chicago, and four sis While In college he studied forestry : his father was at, who has been confined away it mean a loss of potential -

only the Florida Geological Survey trees may be killed, though for the escaped, but not, before someone In tern Mrs. F H. Long and Mrs. E service and was employedwith there for Home time.Birth customers for every business In

his defended the grass fires, see- benefit of the survivors, as these! the car had fired on a prison guard K. Perryman, both of Starke, Mrs. the U. S. Forestry Service at I town." .

big therein much good and little will be given more room for who tried to halt them. They were Fred Sayles of Miami and Mm. J. Olustee, Florid, at the time of 0--- Mr Wilson salt he believed the

"arm But now "The Florida Cattleman growth. The longleaf yellow pine later captured In Valdosta, Ga. H. Ritch of Jacksonville also sure his death. Growing at the Fiorlda'State I construction of several five-room, \

," a valuable publication start life with a sturdy stem terminating Matey confessed the escape plot vive. Nursery are 6OO .oWsmuU Mr. sad Mr*. E. B. Thomas modern bungalow In Starke wouldbe

has (Time Into the matter In eam- In a tuft of long needle, here Wednesday and pleaded guilty pine, an a living proof of his. efficiency x>,, Angtnt 7. a* excellent: Investment for

eat. presenting it. own view and and la well fortified against fire I to a charge of assault with Intent MKH, "Ol 4 COPEL.\ND In this work. He was. a I Mr. Bad Mrs. Herbert W. .Pack- someone with the necessary capt-

those, of scientists who are not ofthe the slask. pine seedling Is of slender to commit murder. Another lira Lois Copeland Edwards: 2V. member of the Sigma Chi Prater- ham, Stoke, girl, August 5. tal. n:1

old hidebound tribe. build and more tender Where I charge, that of aiding a prisoner wife of Arthur F Copeland of West nlty at the University of Georgia, --- -- .---- --- -- -

The stand among high deferred to a laterI and this chapter Kent u beautiful i, NEVER RIPENING GOOSEBERRIES ;
state Geological Survey de.cl.r. :uch seedlings to escape was Palm Bench and the daughter of
.", and are killed during fires, I I State's Attorney J. C. Ad- floral piece five feet tall, bearing t'1
rightly ... that grass grass many date. Mr. and Mm. W. M. Edward of AMONG FLORIDA ODDITIES COUNTY i
its emblem.He
fn-s' should 1 considered one of /et to no damage, as they need kins announced. this city died In the home of her I

the "natural forces" la Florida chinning out-If ninety per cent. And thus was checked, at least parents on West Call Street at 8:12a. : was loved by both white and --

something that muat.be expected are killed. *o much better for the temporarily, the dlme-novelish careers m. Friday following a lengthy colored people. The colored CCC i Are you an odd person ? Do you I near Hampton ha a dog that

lad, reckoned with. The \Important rest. The trees actually workedby of Frank Matey and Leonard illness :amp at Olustee sent a handsome I collect old toothbrushes or make I picks sandspurs from the clothes of

cattle industry In this state owes turpentine men are protectedfrom Zalutsky, who Supt. L F. Chap- Funeral services held Sunday oral( piece, and at ten o'clock your living trimming the tall of visitors. Ed Thomas has a parrot ,
were -
its origin to the grosa 'fires and fire, and the abandoned trees man described as being "u pair of afternoon'at 3OO o'clock from Tuesday morning the colored peo-f English bull dogs? If so, the Telegraph that laid an egg( for the first timeon

could' fires sufficiently kids, *' ile held a memorial service for wants your help. her twenty-first birthday on
not exist without them. APiece are safe U the are smart aleck Church with the Rev
the Baptist him which conducted the the same day she killed a hawfe.
was
by
high hands has recently comet
of land left In the "rough" for frequent to prevent a -- Thomas Hansen of the Main Street Into our '
After the exodus of real- .
Rev James Roberts. summer I.
a few yes rs will be overgrown with growth of grass and the accumuI I I Short-Cut Work Soon Baptist Church in Jacksonville of. "Florida Oddities" questionnaireprepared '
Lake the'cattare
Funeral service for Louis was dent on. Klngl'y *
other 'sent the State
and and out
sweet needles by
of fallen
and dtlon I
sea myrtle, gallberrlea, Intermentwas In the
tyt Work on the short-cut from ficiating. teld at five o'clock Tuesday after Chamber of Commerce In an effortto left behind; they. live by catching -
) rubbish. '
wateroak choking out theimaa Jacksonville\ to MaxvIHe is expected : Crosby Lake Cemetery. loon at the home of his parents at data the various oddr mlna wa.: -

The and destroying the pasture. The pine In this section'of FlorIda to begin within the next: sixty i Lois Mlzell: Edwards was bornin awtey.: The Rev. E. D. Buyer of'I Icala compile on, industries, vocations Natural wonders: A sinkhole

wvel-cnalr! principal arguments.by the I Is a very Mussolini for aggreilvenes *- days. -The State Road Department Starke April 10 1808 attended I ? assisted by the Rev. F. A.I!: > peculiar, businesses plants, fruits trees with diameter at surface about 225 1

fares' __ "foresters"the against *, seeking a foot-hold every agreed to pave the stretch as soon !'and was /graduated from the Brad- iVhlttlesey of the Lawtey Methodist and natural wonders in the various feet.

first, -the red menace"--are. where. The winds carry the seeds.' as the right-of-way was obtainedby fiord i i County High School in 1926. Church, and the Rev L. Jones, counties and cities of Florida. Man-made wonders: A dwelling

the destruction If timber, and far from the parent trees. If a Duval County and the last bit of In 1929 she was married to Harvey of New Smyrna. Mrs. Jack Briggs, |. made from discarded pasteboard

In Secomf> the burning of the humus few trees had been left for seed, I' this has Just been secured. The Long in Jacksonville and In 1935: >f Jacksonville, sang "Beautiful h| The flint person we called to out packing boxes

the soil, leaving sterile sand. very cut-over tract would soon shoit-cut will decrease the distance -I she was Joined In marriage/ to Arthur Isle of Somewhere." assistance was H. E. Lagergrsn The two classifications that Mr.

The truth really la that fires have been clothed with young for- from Starke to Jacksonville\ F Copeland who survives her The love and esteem in'which he who was able to give us some information Lagergren could give us no Infor-

Promote the springing up of pine I st. It I Is well to reclaim such '>y several miles. Mrs. Copeland was a member of was held was attested by the many on most of the items, but mation on were: "Odd Industries"and ,

I tree on the (land The seed of the .Tact by planting them to pine .- I the Baptist Church. Besides her flowers that were sent from Georgia not quite all Here is what he listed "odd hobbles" of people in this

pins is not smooth and heavy like a needles. Grass fires are easily Meeting Postponed husband her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Florida, and by the ham : section. So If you know of anyone

flans' marble. If it were. It would prevented In such plantings by called to W. M Edwards' two brothers, Wil- of friends who attended the fu Odd, plants: Sago palms thai who spends hU spare time collectIng -

fink to the ground through high plowing fire lines around them, so I I Immediately after being themeeting' liam of Jacksonville and Maurice neral. This county and the stateIn luring flfly-m-ven years h a v t cross-eyed angle worms pleaselet

frail! > and bushes .hat such enterprises need not be order last Friday afternoon Mrs. Jack frown only two feet. the know about It.
and be enabled to i of Starke and one sister, general has lost one of Its most Telegraph
'Pn, It Instead be .ctarded on account of fear front I, of the Bradford CountyTeachers' also survive. One has You also know of odd,
it happen' to Association was ad- Bell: of Gainesville active and promising young men. Odd vocations: man run may some

Vf.f' light and encumbered by a drat source. Active: pall beurers were: Dr. J.W He has achieved much in the I 'or constable in every election!' since plants, fruits, animals, and other., i
for the
of many
burned l out respect
Wing 80 that, when it alights on Beside In the manner mentioned occurred in Brownlee, L. A. Ounova. W. B. twenty-four years In which he liv- 'tfSfi without once being elected. -hinge not mentioned by Mr. Lag-
hlg tenths that had Just
grass It Is caught and Its .her*la another way by which fires announced Mundy, Ellis Thornton. J. D. Doyle, ed. I Odd businesses: A general trade rgren. If so, please drop us a.

dow! ward progress arrested. Wire- "romote pine growth. If. In a dry 'the community. It Mrs.was L. H. Futch. I I hand I J. L. Anderson. Funeral arrangements Active pallbearers: were the who deals in everything from line or ('11by\ our office .and tell
$ the president, I"
r5 grows in tufts, or tussocks. time it gets Into a bay having deep >y would be held this : were under the direction young men who had been attendants 'ilop' for pigs to newspaper clip- us about it.

ant, where It has been trimmed by muck the worthless aquatic trees that the meeting four o'clockat of DeWitt C. Jones. at the wedding of Mr. Hill pings. We want the State Chamber of
at
the lire NO that the spaces between ue destroyed and soon pines take afternoon the school Friday( house.) Patrons of -- and Miss Chapman, a little lest Odd fruits: Wild gooseberriesthat I I I Commerce to know that this section -

tufts are exposed the pine their place. Several I such bays In BIRR4RAJEANJUHY4' : never ripen. has Just a.4 many odd |peo :rHu
the school and bus drivers are, urge; j i i
Seeds
fall\ upon naked ground and -- Little Barbara Jean Johns! five (Continued on Pale Three) Odd and freak animals: : ,,11'. Parr J I as any other part of FlorMu.
can I ed to be present.
take Three)
ruot. The thick Spongy (Continued on Page



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- --- -- -- ,--- ---- leaf. eiitlmaled court house dont

Brlnson 5000 poundx dav In the month i, ,,.
at the PINE LEVEL
vacation RIVER
week's NEW
FLA. STATE FARM unou which "iich which I" Ibe 61h .

home on Kingsley Lake. V'roth UIP.| (orrpi,;ondnt Mr II. M. McRae, C'orre"poudenl I >f Iua
Mr.. r \\hltfleld.. Cor. Misses Louise I o't' r.sl..t( |t.d.i'M.
week
During the of Binilford ( \ )
and Ann Donahue Mrs. Marshall I Rev. C C. Crosby filled his regular Mrs. F. W. Whlttlngton of Or Florida A. J. 1'H". .

Lt. L. F. Chapman Jr., of the Bouvler Misses Jean and Mary appointment at New River lando was a recent guest of herbrotherInI Is rialntjff V HrRdf"'d''"A of <,'. r. t.

U S. Marine Corps, stationed at Joyce Bouvler all of Miami were Church Sunday. and sister, Mr. and Following a 7.23.Gt.8-20 "I ''d
In
Fontlco Vn. is visiting his father overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs J. Mr. and Mrs. J. A Bennett were Mrs F. Fender. rants drawn : "'
I July. 1937t.K- ,HIIKIIIKI-S: 'olli" : I NO'I'U'J'P.: .
A Bouvler Miss Jean Bouvler shopping in Jacksonville Monday. Mrs C. R. Janny and little > : .. M'I l\en that the "'Olt '1'1>'..11'nTr t tI", '

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Blitch of went on to Hendersonvllle N. C., Those attending a swimming daughter of Gainesville are spend HhellCf of lliadford !\: .77='ill' I 1It': ,

Lakeland called on a number of to visit' Rev and Mrs Dubose and patty al Kingsley Lake Saturday ing a few days here with relatives. I' under unit l hy vir \\-. H Smith, holdVcate ,J' l'f
of
rtiilit wilt execu
their Farm frlenda. Saturday. the others to Caitcrsvllle Ga, to night were: .1. J. Thomas Mr. and Mr. and Mrs F. Fender and son 1\lal.the. ; of unil by Hi* Cli* AuffUHt No., A 125 II, 'IsHiied l'l'"t' 1 .. I rill

Mr. and Mrs. M L. Edwards and visit relatives Mrs. J A. Bennett and family Miss Billy and Mr. and Mis A. J. Fen Cross $2, Kate ; ..,' County Flor- my office 'and: luis'. : .: ,
.!>ih A I>. 19:16; on that .
their niece. Miss Marlon Cahoon Mi. and Mrs. Vance Geiger and Fancy nnd Oden Thomas and Misses der enjoyed the services at Hope Sheby Thomas ; tendered 111 CuHO for Said a ceitlflcnte tax deed. \to eml' h 10.,. .. .1,

and Antionette SappMiis Elder Hamonof $2 Will Hughes ; Hitld '..url In favor Inu, .
spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs -on. Bradley spent the past week Dorothy Church Sunday by ; Liquidator for ; d".rlh..fpr"p., ':' "
UK
Muriel Lee spent the and were din Gulie $3; ; of Urudfold, Maliw '
Grlner Sapp Orange Heights llnnk. n cnriiora-
Martin
:at Jacksonville Beach. week-end with her cousin Novls ner guests of Mr and Mrs. Frank Ida Hagan $5; ; ::: : .1 ;; : : r. und npcalnBt A A. IfNWIJ' of NK", I Sec, I
Mrs. Bass of Avon Park la the Mr. and Mrs B. C. Prince and Huxen K. M. Ha.en. ship 7 South, I '...
Supp at Theressa W. N." Brown $ : .... Itaiiu. ,..
of her son-in-law and daugh the Geiger OV. Huzen and containing 4u A .,.,
guest Mr. Prince's parents spent Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins weie and children $1.50; Mrs. : .. defendant. *, the un- leanThe < ie o.
ter. Mr and Mrs J. A. Lander Lakeland. Mrs T. P. Denmaik levied and will
upon
past week-end In visiting In Starke Saturday night. lelaliveshre Mary C. ; .. .... 6th A. D. assessment" of the, .
of Sturke were visiting "' ly under the said '"''"
Thursday night Mr. and Mrs A. Mrs W. C Pendley is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Andrews *2; Mrs. ; .. Imnl. houm ot Hale, wu- In the name of rorur\\\ I: o
G. Yongue and family of Reddick Friday to the hltfhetit Cllless sab. ] l'... '
her mother In Macclenny.Mr. here Sunlay. Mrs. Belle ; o-itlflcni"
of Starke were visiting In' front of Ihe South deemed d'' '" ,
and Miss Luclle Boweis of Slarke aciordlnir liu(. ,
dinner of Mr '
were guettls und Mrs P. D. Fancher had Stokes $3; Mrs ; Bradford County erty described t ta..r"III". hf I" '
Mrs. J. G. Caldwell The Yongues was the guest of MHs Odessa Mc- : sturk "Florida the to the hlorhest. liltlj.f '"*
:Miss Betty LaComa of Savannah -- -. Mrs. Geneva .. property: to- house door, .1\\_ "
their home from Rae Friday afternoon on the flu '
were returning to Gu, as their guest for several days DOUBLE RUN Jessie Anderson ; the month of Septeml" ,.. M""lay
the tobacco sale In Live Oak. The W. M.U. of Pine Level Mrs. ; "" leaf e tlnmt In the nth, dnv of Sen *''
luring the week. Hodge $5; .. 701) pound.*, 1''
Dated thlH !
Mr. and Mrs. J. G Caldwell and )(rs. \\ A. Tj ler, Cor. Church met last Friday afternoon Riley Johns $3; which -urn to* (OFFICIAL! BI5LA Mill >d.n home In Sanord. -
their
attended the birthday celebration En route to at the home of Mrs R. M. Alvarez .; AMO three puck J. THOVfASClerk .
family N C. from Oi lando, Mr. P. Quite u number of young friends $250; Mrs. ,, tobacco leaf en- of Clrct.
ot Mr Caldwell father in with good attendance.Mlss..s ; a KB re Kate 800 Br..dCo'd ,r
$250 Mary (
at the home ; 011
M. Cox Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hamilton enjoyed a pound party ; t1, \\'. Haxen to* 7,18-6t.8-13 Id4
Ocula Sunday:! Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hamllon of Willie :Ma- Kersey Saturday Luclle and Haven Crosby Norwood $2, MI at time of levy

MisH Doris Keene of Jacksonville nice time. of Rising section were visiting $3; Arthur ; :!'. OI'.
and, Miss Mary Lynn Hamllon night. All reported a of Htudfold. :;;It"I:: "'"

has been the guest .Jr ...r. anlaia. ':.sited Mr. and Mis. R. H. Cox: Mrs D. Thomas spent last week Odessa McRae Sunday afternoon Flanagan $15; Florida. (Senate Illll ., I
.
\
W. J. Over\l..et! for the past Frldaj. In Palatka visiting relatives. I Miss Edna Leu is of Rising section $2; Mrs. Cynthia ; 1 : /:1'laintlfC' I N-OTICK HI'I':I \. 1"\1" :,;) l'

week. Sundiy:! Air. and Mrs. Overbtiret WHIiird Rlgdon of Fernandlnu' was visiting Miss Vesta Me- Davis $3; Mrs ; Mrs r.eah K. NelUtof ,r
Miss Ceu'llce, Cox: U the guest of Tax: Certlfiuite, N
and children und Miss Keenejoined spent the week-end with his moth- Rue Sunday afternoon 'Annie Curray $ : the :.Ird,. dav of AUK,
In Montverde.Mis I'
Haltves
the L. Keene und C L.. Ryan the Illness Hall $2 C. S. ; : 1t1l.ItI..1t.1"' has filed ranie In tin ,
"'1', MIH. I. J. Manning I We are sony to report I' ; 1 Ih'.n tniir. the un- made al"II"lIlIon" tibe ;
families of Jacksonville for a Roy Ro'ierts and her duughtet Ml. and Mrs Ernest Wilmot had of little- Juanita Alvarez and .Walker $200::; ; ; .... of Hmdford losiiKil theieon. :s, 1'4

', Miss Enza Weaver' are visit under, and, bv \lrtue embraces the "olh\ ,.
;
and broth will be well again George
as their guests his sister 'iope she noon I I writ of execution 1.- properlv In the Conn' :,
' r... ing relatives In Mayo. erln.IIMr.. und Mrs Verger Remember the services nt Pine Smith $2.50.Starke l toy the hcull i'onrt State. of Floildn. tiHlock "If

Mr." and Mrs. J. M. Moncrlef and I week-end. Ev- I .11"' I..I.tL, on Oc Six IS I.I, ,
t.e\el this "
r. ; Lancaster of Jacksonville.Mr Church Ice '
i :i l.. I'lT) on '''nt- <-ei-" Lake Mi.iren In S..IHI '
I flB.r. : their daughter' Lorene are Hpend- and Mis. Seoer Fotsyth of eiybody welcome.:, House $675; E. rendered In Cane ter of Section. 21 \: 'lir
!.: in : HUM ourt In fa\or eaut Qllllltei ->| .
with relatives
their vacation
.. ..
I ng the arrival of a 1 Mr. and Mrs. Odell Green of 1495 Fin. Rep. / ; Townxhlp 6
>.-.-......- Miami announced I HH Liquidator. for Hoiith, i
i'' li Blood :'hattahoochee. 7 in the home of Heilbronn Springs spent the weekend Ernest Byrd, Itank, 'n uoipoin-. Ki-t
.,. 11"11'1 rhrtn CInin baby boy August! and ttftaln..t T. t*. 1 1'he UH-eH-ment oferty '
_ I of JI"rmfulUody Waato Mr. and Mrs. I.' C Solomon and her parents' Mr. and Mrs. D AJuild. with their parents Mr. and $40; A. J. llazen. K. II. Huxen undel. the mildnued '''nit' pr

\ 'r: our klilny .r. ronntanily fllt.rfnflwft.it Mr. and, Mis Pete Canell of Headand. Mia J. E. Starling Rec.: & Ct. ; ( ... t1. \V. Hacen and .WUH In the iiunu ..,
. '". m.tt.r from ,h..blood .lr_m. Bui and Mrs A. I M defendant!*, thlt tin- cottefiil.'B
$ ) 1 "4nys onmotlm..I.'n' ihwlr work don Ala, visited Mr. Rev. and Mrs. Felix Hutson of Mr. and Mrs J. E Stalling and Peiryman ; leled upon ttttd Hill Kuld fertlfliui, ll tIK '
f "i .ft .M "Nftturw' 'int..nd< A. Jirdun during the week. Frl- this A. J. Thomas, ...>I..mber 6th A. D. deemeil. ucioldlliic ,Ui Tteity : ,
: \ : ImpuritiM. that, if ..,.Ined.l may Saxton were visiting in section children and Mr. and Mrs. Russell : .. letral hourH of Hale, demrlhed I Ilieielito l I..? |
i
th yt m and upavi ttM wboJ lay Mr. and Mrs. Jordan and their Sunday afternoon.Mr. Thomas and daughter Joyce and $3, A. O outcry to the hlnliect, 'Ihe hlghext.. bldd.-i h.
cri":: ; machinery.: quests enjoyed a trip to St. Augustine Box $3; L. L. In front of the South hotiHe door on the firIhe i"hd:;'
bympioma; may b* nMt'nC' bae.aehao und Mrs Leaton Morgan are Mr. and Mrs. Odell Green attended Bradford County month of SeptembeIn a1lb

:1" -miMent hea lrtin up nifbta. .w.Hlnf. pufflnaa* Hated' thin I I Hlh d
t lo.wlt iOFFICIAL \
h..d 1 indt: *. : h
, ..nol.T th. aya a fvatlnc. of B.nrwiaimi Miss Lorene Solomon returned community with a beautiful new Stoning at Oak Grove Baptist I Comm'r $30, \ 411 th.*uMt corner ( SPM.) I

,.ty and il.n.1 loaa of kdn of! poop y or and bladdar atrvafta.Othar dla'*. home with her parents.Mr bungalrrw. It la almost completed Church Sunday.: i Co. Comm'r $30; l \ SW;I, of section H, A. J" k. TIIOMClei of CHllnidfoid ',\"'
ItnliKe I'll
: \ erd.r may urination.Ttt bo burmnf. aeaaty of tovinrnuani and Mrs. S A. Snow of Till- on their farm here.BOOTSEY'S. --- ---.- Co Comm'r $30; (: ( Smith.thence South A10: C. ,: 'f.Id

; ra thould ba no dnubl that prompt lhn see visited Mr. and Mrs. W. A. -- -- --.. GRAHAM Comm'r $30, A. '. of hfulnnlirtc. 7-23-5I-S-20
..rt. Ua&MN \ e..1 200 feet, thence ---
ff\ treatment la wfaar than n -
:\. .. PiUi D_.'* bav. .ban winningnv Kelseyand Mi. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvler BEACH "no I.. C, 1I..h. ,...u............, with Co. : to rlKht-of-uav of i % 'IIIK <'IIU'in i ni nr pd
IHaada lor mor* than forty yaara.Tb Sunday. I Water Plant thence run iai-l nit uiFoitii fin MI 110,.,
y havo a natlon-wida reputation Mlt* Effle Crawford, Cor.A Mr. and Mrs Aithur Mailo-ve: North to ItI' <'11"11.11\I '
I; Are racomm. idad by frataful paopla Lhacuuntry > -. -- --- H. and Jail $36 ; ; : \:; II.I:;:" nil In, Mild, l.-i.VAC II CAIUIOSComiii.ilnnni

I" ovar.4.k imur iDOANS _I Duilng the past ten years an average large crowd from this section and son Heibert of New Deny, ard St. Co. 1 .. > and ,lanir, and .,

: of eight new farms daily iittended the pnity at Misses Jamie were visiting Mn Annie Ward $227; E. W. AMlKKU t'nunlv' Floiklu., UKFli: ,: mVRVA: f AH ."I IR

': } PILLS have been pi\;iced in cultivation In and Mildred, Sipp's Saturday Sunday. Ass'r. $120: : :.. .,- ,,f HI'ml ford 1 lefendnntoKiiru .
'
' Klorlda. : nr PI ni.it
I imn
Mrs \ \I
'" Florida. night All repotted a nice time. i Kay Roberta and daughter Telephone Rent ; % ic'i: in \1'1'\11.'

:.sola Shttler of Lake Butler were Plaintiff inn 1'ATI'1 i c r rr.m
\ll J. A. (.'hesser was a business visitor I wtight 2-3 Mo : TO Kffle lienoMiaddress .

to Jacksonville last week.Ana. tailing relatives Sunday. i I i Qutgley & 1 ---.-- Is unknow

.. FUNERAL DIRECTOR R N Crawford was visitng Mis. J. A. Giaves WHS coiled to $255; Cunova : ..MI.:Illl-.!.'... H \ ..K It Is herehv.. oldeMSi.iteinbei .. .
the bedside of her !son-in-law L D. ,' ''llIlr..1 I. "1'1"1' "
I that Ihe
r :\1) .Manyean E\p Sisterling, at Wednesday entitlid. Comlomplaint '
tiectlon Sututdiy night. Mis.Raskins ic $21.71; ; liiulei, and bv vlilua" .
Y."f 1( lEST. rUOMPT: ami rOL'KTEOl'S; SEKV'ICE haa betn very 111 recently.Mi .\ ho la vety ill I I DeWItt C. ; wilt of exe.ntlnn IH- entitled filed inlinelliadford nirilnnboe
by the cticult Court
'fl MODKIIATE PKICES and Mrs C 10;. Crawford and Mis. Jim Reynolds, of Orlando I Fay Gill $16, \ : Florida on .Tan- (Comitv Teletrby w
designated 'the ') '
as .10'
I n WITT C.JONES .H visiting her son and daughterinaw l > I'llll... that < eiluln'
; Miss Effie and Uobett Crawford pital clinic $ ; -,.ed In Cane Number" neusuaper In which >HLpM

I' Starke. Florida .(.tended tlie dance at Miss Feiol Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reynolds clinic $2.25 \ ll III fanr of :M A shall be published. oiu ,k''
'I four consecutive weekWitness
, Jones near Staike Saturday night. lor seveial days. T Frank ,ttor for Uiadfoid my hand nnd. ,.

1 Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy Quinn of Mis Heniy Padgett und chllJten UO -.$65; J. B. ( ...a .loipotntlon Mr" U. \V,. Ila-aa tth Court day at of Staike Julv, A..Flm I'. '<'. '1,. .

4.t:" TIIK MOST 01'T UF HH'U MUFUIt WITH this section were visiting relatives of Geoigla are spending several ?30 ; ( ..."..%\.R,. T P.. t Miizen.itV*. lluzen und. come.!.XL. SKA 1.1

Jacksonville last week. lavs with her mothet, Mrs. Kate .. defendiintH, the A J. THOMASAs .
n un-
K OOLMOTORi K. Pet r>man. f''I'Y' (,1"'ll, l of I'llfor '

. Robert I Rosier spent the weeknd Starling.Mrs. Cost $3781; "I..h-ri" upon..,. Dth and A.vtlll l >. Hrndfoid Cou ro''

J ( .\ S O L I X K A N 1> , onttrv to the hllfheM
i-'UK STVTIONS IN 1'1\1)1.01(1) cor.Nr.KK AT iouc uicl relatives. die Smith of Tampa and Mrs J. i poiter 2 days \ ; In flout, of the Snuih i 7-18-51-8-13

!OiEIt'I.tUTII A (MriKrt: LINK OF :.... ami Mis R. N. Crawfoidpj B Clews of Luke Butler were vis Dt. C. B. ., Itindfoitl' ('''''"IY

I. ( CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS s >n, Cecil wen visiting tut Itlng her sister, Mrs Ray Shepard I' '.loncles Cas c $ ; i HUM Stnike!,,piopeltv Klol,',Ida 1.\\'It the: '0.1..1 FOR OF T\\\ r"11I In.:1| :IIC 11 HIS

, beds: of Malice Johns SunJuyft at Hineaille Ga.. I feeding' iinweiKhvd tobufio .et.ul*> Illll \.. iikllNOTK
THi: > K\T TIMKOI K MOTOi: KI'.NH HOT. iKT Til_XT ; ... nt approximately '
' rnofjn, nedi Liwtcy who 1. Aa-. and Mis. C. J. Frazier of i: is HI'HI.rn: : nil.lovd ':
! KOOI.-MOTIM: o.VXOIINF. FKOM ONE OF THESE \ndieu, Cost. : : and the MIckN nprm' .1 llteen A In ,vholdeis

STATIONS: /try Ill.1ls' 'ckscnvillcvere visiting her pa- $23t48, Di. tol.iuco. IM HliunK*.. of S-n of Tux u \
time of tli'h |e\ > :1.1(1.(, Issued I Ihe .lid. di,. Vur( ,1 1A
Ildna! Johns of Jacksonville: .
.ents Mr. I Mis L. C. Smith
an
.. .
,:. Kitty's -- Dad Fenders 13-28 .It. in Powell ; In :"ij l\;.ljs Alma Johns of Woodlawnt .. 4 ,
.unday.Mr Mncus F. : I 1'1!<'e anil hit* ,uld.: f fIt

:' I Wesl End Sta. Harrison's (Brooker) spent Sunday: here with utul! Mis. Volley McKlnneyjf Robnscn $15lilim' I I Avimnir.. of: Hind, ford Said tax ceitlf..I..cI.. little.. be enibbmlnir .i* ,<"r

'j'' D. E. ROBERTS eH I' Ciuwfordli taiUe weiw dinrer guests of her Florida. des. .rlbed itiv.untv
Agent \\
I IIIII'I'
,
... of 1I.Unl"1. ni
iiothe., Mrs. Annie Ward Sunday.KieJ .
.plaintiff I
Ida, 'u.w lt
Zl' r.l.MIKOKIND I'MO.V ( OINTIK.SOKTIII Mrs Lizzie \ :
p: d was in ,oe with Mink Johns'-n: of Orlando was I ; I..IK' ftlx & Si ,'. ,
\\ > )TON Sf'IUSUS .
J. San lei $2 1' : I .
> lle\en! TemilesStnike
I Anthony but she rled her --
mot I own visiting h.s; patents Mr. and Mrs ,rl
> .
i $2 Mis. Ruth : '" \ J".I4' \ I 1'10' In .Noithea;
'rot her. R fit Johnson Sunday. ; ; 'I' \ \ Ill-.l. : .:II : mi in'I!'
: 'ltj"f: :
tie Grifffs $"t ; < HIM No. Kill: W C'Ht A>f \c r.rter .
Mrs. Doshia ( 11I I:1.I1Y il\! KV; 1 hat I W e-t of F'.nilnei ><<
: '. Ciirnel I' ,.r. .
... liolJ-i of lux .tlll. I >t of Sou''
tie Slot'ling $): ...ued thr. 4th. div of ti-r" oforlh ,.e.r .f''lSei

j* $4 Mrs. !' 7. "a8 filed Kiliiie In ..lion 2H To.. nsh H
; ; 1 II.IK mnd application I .ltinue SJ Klist:
:I
Nona Brown ; I. :I' ::: 1 to: be Inxued thereon. 1 I he: asHesHiiient" ol Iei '

I Crawford embraced tho follow- tv.' undei' I lie saidxlud
$2 ..
,
\ pioperty, III ,the Conn- I nils in the tun '
*J; Mrs. Ethel ; Slate. ot rioi'Ida, to- I nless.. said ret,tIf I Ideemed
: I I luvoidinir' to I Ieity
with I Mary Elizabeth ; '.,'Ic Sixteen Uurd, ilesi. .i.(bed. there *
every way a na Baxter $7; ti..lit, Townnhlp to Hie hlKhesl blilibhotiHe ."
84; Mrs Jessie itange' Twenty d'tor on I Ihe rl! I 101)")
: : 11 he Illollt ll of S.'|1'
H. F. of paid 6th dn< 'h.
Redding $ ; nt the prnp- uhlih Is the
.. mile) ceitlfliute, In- l'M7'
J4 Mrs.
; ; liiimu ot Florence Haled this Hill.,. ..1"I'>
Delaney ; lOKFIi'lAI. 1'1'I..'
..rtl fl"l1 t.. nhall be re A .1 TIIOMClerli \!<
Taylor $4; .: of
CHEVROLETon ; ( to law. the 1 prop of CllTlrndfoid
Mis Maggie therein will beold to I Com Id.

tella Hlnson .. at the court 7-16-61-8-13
:
tha firm Mond.iv In
Moody $2; WII : .. n l\7.:\ v*. hlrh. I II. I\o'ru'.: OF %PI'I II \ II'"
of September. 1l lei I' II
John Nuveen day of July IKI7: <.. ..te Illll. ,'iMITICK Hill:... ...
Bradford 1 ) I IS 111':>' 1':11": .
HUM 48. f.. L. Par her, holdercate 0' .rli
I I :-Ic-nOa: $1,78303. : : of Clicnlt; Court of I No, 7:1: Issued I IIIAllffust. ,11<.'..,
I .., County. Florida.. A l>. 111): ) hi" ,d.
I I'n niv offlte nnd ha. "Iflon "I'ph''....'
MI i MI: OK I' "for .-x deed. .
n
; ...'on '" : APPLICATION 1 Ih..on.oIald certifbuthe .. ,,"nI''
I <. er.n.e : .rlbed ,.' '1'." ,
desi
followln
I SOTK ,IJ IS ': : :; I I ( I4IUI.
<
CHIVROLKT MOTOR DIVISION. I Ll-xle HI"I'k Billla.. KMI ii.e County of u. ..
FC ost G.Mr.l Molort Ssln Corporation.DITKOIT. I I of tlflcnte AiiKUHt.No A 1241 n ;; ;!{: :';: :: holder c.iv;ix.ThBt:of Tax I,, Florida Northeast to-wlt Qlialler: ..uauarler ,, ,."h.''Illh'

S MICHIGAN In my, office and 2117. 1 Issued the 7th, less Soiilh' Si,' I
14' '
C-M- Motori InHollmmt Hon- ion fin'. u MIX A r> 1110. him. filed in To\\'nshliIlanae ,. .j
monthly foymmtt toiult your miuto. I 1 i heieon. Hnld : ::: office and has mad I 80 Bast con..
the rolln\VI.M' a tax: deed to he Acres, more or leThe > r"
Halrl' ...... assessment of theity 101
< '' of .,
I'h. unly '
Oil rioi,'Id i, to-<> it : :: fyd.. .lIrh'I' ::: u'I the saidxil (nil
Gas and Com nt I<\\. : : of ". In Ihe nun
C'Je on rom CCONOMICAI. i S'nd. .,ixi.. i to-wlt Colemantnless. .11 ".
i ideemed
:201! : ft. V :.If! ... 111* II. !Section 14 said cerllfb "Inerty <' ;... p :
them.* K South.. Rnnae 2J: "accordlltft h.
on : ''II
lIP'I 10 Acres, mote descllbed thereinto "
: b-ir Section bidder ui, ,I... rOO
I the hlarhest
H >uth
Itanite 2 :
'
The a". ".",. I .. nf the -aid prop house door on the, fli".' I IDited 1.... \.,.
'--' eity under the snld certificate Is the month of Weptembel r.
Hiied. HUH In name of J. S. Star- I.. ar.ItV,' I '''., : ''t, i
on Upkeep this .
S HayesI'nless. said. .. .. .* .. shall he re* (OFf'ICIAr. NF:,"..
deemed ( to law the prop- A J. "lIoM.\II. .' AI
"" \
eity desirlbed therein will be sold Clerk of CliiultPradfoid !I.....
Count]
the highest ; '; bidder at the court I
house door the first Mondav' In 7.23.5t.8-2G

the month of on.." ..|>temher, |117, which -lioTH ;:oi";\pp71rore < ,, ; ,
of September. "
IH the 6th, day 37,1 .
r in1lennle .1'C.
day of July $
I Killed. thin 4rli Hilt" >.>. I.I! .
-
( :" ) :
I T'
,lOFr'ICIAL<< 1'.:," HKtir.tiiI : : ,. .
is
HO:MAS. NOTICI; rt
Cleik A J ( of Circuit Court of' U F'irkel,', holdel,' of 1cnte 1' la'
Hradfc.nl ir County Florida. I No 70 Is-ued th ..

t! -6. 1-1\.3 In" nut.t: A;...0"n 11I' h.ilion ..III" I':'

PPI.ic %'no-i I for a tax, d.>ed titheieon rt
Mlllt l-i: OK '" T \ IIPKII: i Said. teitlflthe '
. and enjoy better Nollie In ".. :: : nut -. imt I, followlnur\ desiilbj'lthe .
uiiderHlg-ned" as : : uiv' KV, That County of liindrFlorida
I < ounty' Mot Ida. I :; Tax1!
; hoMer. of to-wlt:
: : : '
tue of that 821. l-pn.d the 7lh Northwest qlt"'I'llltlrl..r ,
motoring too in this lion I Issued. fiut :" ; A. D: till): bun filed I I of Se<.fl..l
uit Couit of ', lc und ha' "made up- 7 South. IlliiKe -' '
i : :::
Id.i on October tax deed to be In- 1 Inl( III A-res, nmr.
smarter more modern that' lertalu Said" certificate em- The nsoessnienr" oferiy
Case .Number, wlnr desci.Ihed nriip* under the -nldsued
I favor of !M A. \ .....II.y of llradfoid, wns In. the ">
'lirudford ',, .... to-Hlf ColenianI'nless
'
more comfortable carTorode poratlon.. n.. NortheH-t. Qnnrfer' l snld f >i'tlfdeemed
A. A. Hasten. II 1 Quarter of fI..... aocm-I Inic tierlv I
...n. III"" ". ll W. .. 1114''h. lmm dusrlbed Ihiethe ''
lln.en. us defend. : ( 2U Acren, hlKhest. bidder ,
ed has levied : house door on the ri 1
duy I Seplember l I 'I : "epiem'' I'I.
.nt of the snld prop. the month of .
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' Lake City Police I I !SIX DEATHS IN TWO ,CONTROLLED BCRNINU we cannot cut down the pines as

D11'S :SHOt K !SFARHE OF WOODS BE\i:' t'I'I.\I. quick as they spring up; but there f
FAVORITE And Fire Fighters should be more" cattle, and to get "1

4t { RECIPES Will Sponsor BallOn I'I (Continued From Page One) (Continued- from- Page e One) burn pasture the for grass.them It Young Is necessary wircgrass to

'I than a year ago: Graydon Jones, the vicinity of Starke have thus ''Is as nutritious as any grass
_._ August 18. 1937. the Lr.kc Hallie Jones Nelson Blacker, of been converted Into valuable pine known. But in the fall It becomes
-- Mrs. R. F Demorest obligedthis City Armory will be the scene of Lawtey; Billy Graham, A. R. Wall, forests. I dry and tough and Infested with
Sunday School Class the First Annual Ball and Floor I
week with a recipe for squash Jr.. Charlie Darby George Inman, The second stock argument fallen pine needles, and, therefore
Lake Picnic Show for the benefit of the Lake
; Enjoys I cheese souffle that we know you'll Bill line Rtarke. 'against grass fires IK, that they It must be burned off. The faded >
Police and Fire
City Department
1, Mrs. W L. Andrews accompanied like to have. This recipe is essen- Emergency Fund. I Honorary pull-beaieta were: make the soil sterile by burning up and ragged carpet of grass Is a
I her Sunday School class on a + tlall appropriate for Bradford Richard These Fred Boyer, Bryan : Its humus In bays and slashes the sombre aspect to the landscape;
[ of party at KlngMey Lake last Tuesday ( County since It is made of one of I An outstanding Fluor Show consisting Dye Bob Blanchard Hilly Wainwright muck is burned in spots, If a fire then comes a fire anti blackens the
of of eleven high class acts
u afternoon. After hours of the nicest vegetables grown here. C. H. Coulter, I Keeffee Har- comes In a dry time. But no damage ground like night. But not for
of C E. I has been secured. These performers -
[" Mrs. swimming and games played in the 2 cups cooked mushed squash have all recently been showingin rell Dan Harley Joe Grnmlmg, Is done on the higher land because long, for soon a beautiful, clean 1

water they were invited to a table 1.2 cup milk New Lawtey; Sullivan Cutter Carlyle It does not reach to the green lawn emerges, as a bountiful
at York Cincinnati Chicagoand ,
well spread with sandwiches and 2 eggs' The Rltch. Ed Torode, Merrill McMil ground. Only the grass l la burned, table. The pines, which lately
Hollywood. chorus of the
\ auo lemonade. 2 tablespoonfuls butter lan, Harold C. Wall Lawrence Din. and the potash and lime from the stood like mourners around a
of the show has been playing lately with
Those 1.2 cup grated cheese Ulna S. R. Johns Jr., Starke. ashes enrich the soil. of
enjoying the afternoon the Ted Lewis organization and the Myriads grave now take on the appearanceof
. were Mrs. Edna Prevatt Mrs. Ber Seasonings of salt and pepper. I I Maater-of-C'eremonles Reedy La. The body was placed In a receiving Insects are destroyed and tender reeds of a cathedral organ, with

,1 tie McKinney Mrs. Eunice Wilson, Mix the mashed squash with the Mance has recently closed at the : vault at Crosby Cemetery amt glasses and herbs relished by cattle sun-beams for keys upon which all

n. Church Mrs. Edna Smith of Jacksonville mUk, cheese and seasonings. Add Pulaise Royal at Havana Cuba. I( later will be removed to the Klnjj- and game, me given a chanceto nature plays to the tune of "Joy

n.m ,, cere- Mrs. Dorothy Thomas, Misses Ag- the well-beaten egg yolks. Beat Prior to tht time he was with AI I, sley Lake Cemetery DeWitt C., grow. The routs of the pines cometh in the morning."

gather- ness Johns, Wanda Wainwright, the egg whites until stiff but not G. Fields Minstrels. Jones was In charge of fllnl'ralur. run close to the ground surface There needs be no quarrel between

[ Debris Bloodsworth, Mrs. Gladys j dry and fold l I them carefully into It is the Intention of the City of I rangements.JOSI.1I1, and extend far from the tiees. the cattle and the timber interests

\ for her Silcox, Mrs. Vila Thomas, Miss 'the squash mixture. Pour Into a Lake City to make this Ball and -; When the grass Is burned the sun The practices of one do

white Oveda Thomas little Barbara Jean 1 well oiled baking dish set in a pan Floor Show an outstanding eventin STAKLINCiJoHlah has a chance to warm the "roots not hurt the other Old Bradford

Prevatt Wesley Ronald Andrews, i f lot hot water and bake at 350 'degrees this section of the State and 'I Starling, Ti. a life-long thus hastening 1 the growth of the may rise up find call herself blessed

Pete White Cleve Brannen, Resale F. about an hour. I Mayor George B. Douglas extends resident of Iliadford County died\ tiees and Increasing the yield' of for being so richly endowed with

Thomas, Cecil Thomas B. M. I Mrs. Demorest also give a recipe it cordial invitation to everyone to { Friday In the home of his sister.jMift lCum. ,, both timber and pasture, and her

The Johns, R. L, Thomas. M. C Thomas I j for pear pickles. If you haven't attend. i Katie HitiRs In Jacksonville, Bradford County has now more sons should l profit by both.

: with a S. T Johns, Jack Rivers. :' caught the fever of pickling yet we Tickets at $1.10 per couple will I where he was on a visit Ills death cattle than for many years past ) \ has been said above in favor j jVhllt

topped _-.--, _..-- ---- know will after read be Kali at was unexpected.He und .
you you've on various places in 1 they look well. Hut their number of burning off !the /grass in the r
groom. Woodman' Circle Plans i i this recipe. These pears are perfectly Luke City and may also be obtained i was burled Sunday afternoon should be several times as woods, will be corroborated by every

I I of Covered Dish SupperThe 1 delicious and we've had several at the dour and funeral services were held at large, for the free range Is. ample intelligent farmer snit woodsman

herself. requests for this recipe. I Boo*", t II s Radio Orchestra has the Oak Grove Cemetery. Services many 640-acre si-ctloiiM do not the only ones whose opinions

with Starke Grove of the Wood- i t: :Sweet I'eur Pickle! been secured for this date and this I were In charge of G. A. Prevatt, contain a single h 11 111,'S h'ltdl1OlIloh\ : on (this subject ate worth listening 1, I'

men Circle met in regular session 6 pounds peeled pears assures the latest and best dance I while the Boree Funeral Home had plenty of grass. The limber sit to, and proofs of Its tiuth rim be :
r i were: Tuesday night with Mrs. Viola I 3 pounds music obtainable. This orchestrahas charge of arrangements. Pallbearers uation will take care of Itself, for 'found all around us
sugar
of the Fussell presiding just closed a successful were J. P. Mack Carleton .
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the Under the Good of the Order 1 pint apple vinegar engagement over the networks of Smiley Joseph Trnprano anti' J. K.: .

McKin- the Guardian appointed the follow 1-4 ounce allspice the National Broadcasting Com- Chiirmers.Mr. LIFE INSURANCE
ing Resolution Committee: Mrs. 1-2 ounce stick cinnamon
Mrs. : pany. Starling wall a life-long .
Vonda Inman. Mrs. Viola Fussell, 1.2 ounce cloves
Cus- .
-- member of the Oak Grove Baptist
of and Mrs, Mae Green to draft reso- l Boil vinegar with sugar and I ( tIRLltSU"USOS: I Church. He was the son of Joseph In nit OI.U LINK, trawl. unit. d>>|Hmliilile ('outpony. U
lutions and have them published In whole spice. Stick two cloves into and not only u moiirre of ,.atInfliction u* a matter of protection y
Funernl services for riiarley Anderson Mary Starling and was born
the Bradford County Telegraph for I each pear. Put twelve or more : December 1R37 tar jour loved J l one, hut u real n>"'rrtiitre of
will who died in Lake Butler on 28. near New .
n I little Barbara Jean Johns, also to peaI'llIt a time into boiling syrup Wednesday July 28, were held River Besides Mis. Riggs, he is jour own future lnd<'|M'iulriicp. >O\\ "hilI'111I- arephysieally
send a to the 'and cook until can be pierced Ii'r'-I I
family. they
copy day July 30, at his home. survived by one daughter, Mrs III, tunic In I let'N talk It oT.
Several applications were pre with a straw. Fill jar with pears. ment was made In Swift Creek i iCemetel'Y. i Nancy Crawford, of Lawtey. Several
(
sented for and I Cook until thick and
membership accepted syrup pour
years prior to his death Mr HAROLD C. WALLPOLICE
r into the order.A over them filling jars to overflowing.
) I Funeral services were conducted I Rtal'lIngh.ld been living with his

U. en- covered dish supper and party Seal__while hot. ____ i i by Rev. A. J. Travis, pastor of the i iI niece Mrs. Lizzie Thompkins of GFN EI.11. IN KI'KAN'E
for the first meet
was planned ----- --
at the Lake Butler Christian' Church. Stake
ing In September Every member I I I I
Ii DampierKeiglerMr.
n S E. I Mr Anderson was n native of
dining will bring a covered dish and supper of Georgia, but had. spent the greulerpaJ't :lilts MXMIK: ; UIM.IVMS:
and Mrs James J. Zeigler I II I
will be served at 7:45: clock.
u,4.:' guests, o Theressaannounce of his life in Union County. !i Mrs. Mumle Carter Williams, 50,

/ of -- the marriage of !! He had been In III health for thepast many y'III'S a resident of Bradford & FIRE DEPARTMENTBenefit
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:Miss :: (
Martha Brownlee
, their daughter six years, durmgwhich time i[ County and for the past four yea is i.
Graduated From Hospital I Rhoda he suffered three strokes.! He was 'living' In Jacksonville: died there
;; enjoy- Emily
I to seriously ill for about six weeks before :: Thursday of last wl'eklnd was
: close Miss Martha Brownlee, daughter f
his death.Surviving' I I buried the following In the
served ot11'. and Mrs. J. M.\ Brownlee Rodeiic Criinford Dampier J 'I day
i Mrs. and granddaughter of the late I of High Springs, relatives Include his I' Conner Cemetery near !Kmford.Funeral .

, found Col. W. T't''ks, was gruduated on Sunday, August; Sth !i iI widow. Mrs Pearl Anderson; his services were held at the GRAND BALL !
I motht'r.ll's.. Marcia Anderson grave. Four sons, Louis of Lake
from at Trenton, Florida.
means Riverside Hospital, In Jacksonville | I
their July 30 Dr. T. Z. Cason ] ___ ____ ___..- -- who made her home with them; i Butler, James, Geoige.. and Albeit, AndFLOOR
: delivered the graduating address I I ItESOI.I"rHNWhereas : one son, Eros M. Anderson of all of Jacksonville, and two bi'oth
Stnrke. and three sisters Mrs. G. leis I Steve and Henry Carter, survive
and Riverside the
presented pins to
were ,
class. [ the beautiful soul of i B. Johns of Lawtey, Mrs. Lizzie Mrs Williams. Although shelived SHOWLAKE
Mae little Biiibara Jean Johns was called ( Lee of Plant City and Mrs N. M. I a greater pal of her life In
Sil- The three years training; included i| to answer our Falher's request Crews of Staike.Michelangelo i i Bradford, and Union Counties Mrs
Hutch- hlx months at Indiana University come above into His heavenlyhome '
I Ito .-- Williams was born In Geoigla. She
Dowl- in where CITY ARMORY
Hospital Indianapolis forever,
I was essentially a was a member of the Baptist
Merse- Miss Brownlee studied Pediatricsin j Whereas, her earthly life was so sculptor and, painted only occasion Chun'h.i AUGUST 18th 1937
the Riley Hospital for Children filled with content !and happiness i i ... TI -- a
Ju- and Obstetrics in the Coleman Hospital j! and her lovingness brought happi- I 1 .f 4.feJ
A man spends twenty-three 9:30 Till Tables Price $1.10 per Cov.nleFLOUR
) Dowl-) for Women.
ness Into the lives of others.
years of his )life-time In bed If he
: ) ... -.- ,- her tram !
Whereas departure ally.SAVE
I lives to the age" of seventy .
Mexico's 1030 census disclosed ( this earth will leave! a lingering1 '

far that 1,186,852 residents mostly j' t ,
perpetuate
I Indians knew no Spanish. } '
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, NEAR TO YOU Whereas, Little Barbara. Jean 77c GREEN'SSTORE

was u well loved member of the 0p ; I TOMATOES can 6c
YOUR TELEPHONE Junior Woodmen Circle number 2, 21-Mii.

Call 123.J of Staike. An expression of deepest .,
r sympathy goes out to her beloved I

FILLED parents who gave her the .',i'Mi .MulletFISH (OOKINO
1 kindness of Life. May God bless i rNOJIf'IY"
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them and console them in the moments CASH & CARRY APPLES 3 lbs. lOc

of sorrow and grief, and Ib. 9c FLA. ,
STARKE, '
Starke Therefore Be It Resolved, That : !

this Society tenders this simple I COMPLETE LINE OF GRAIN And QUALITY
resolution an attempt to give her / WE CARRY A

. bereaved parents and brother consolation FEEDS-GET OUR LOW PRICE BEFORE BUYING '

and an earthly solace of ii
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Life once more again. xo. I HUSH 1i' .

Vonda E. Inmnn I I STEAK Lb. 20c
Mae Green POTATOES 101bs. 16c (

Viola B. Fussell. rb
Farms For Sate l.trKenough C
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and reasonably prfrrd. .f.fI LARGE SWKKT MIXKD
,\\' THE BFIEItS. CARD OK THANKS SUGAR 5 Ibs. 24c >
I We wish to express, our heartfelt PICKLES 15c 1

({.IIIIRS FOR TIMBER LANDS thanks to those kind friends whogave I III''K ROAST OR t '
LARGE TRACTS us much needed assistanceand I _
sympathy during the recent illness PET OR ('.\nSATI() STEAK, Pound 12'/2c

REALTY CO. and death of our beloved I
I tall 20c ,.
daughter and sister, Lois Cope. -- MILK 3 cans m I.O
land f Edwards and to all our 1 "
I friends for the beautiful floral of :\1F.ItITA OR IIKLhBREAD SAUSAGE Lb. 12VcUllirK
ferings. SERVEL: ELECTROLUXRUNS I ,

n I, Mr. and :\11's.V.. M. Edwards! 3 Loaves 25c m4T -.NO HALT
KEROSENEleoe.

SERVICE ST rIDN'l1 |:' And-, Family.--. ON OIL.) 1 BACON Lb. 19c

I CKMKTEICV: ; WOKKINtt AT A'.!AZIMG LOW COST ONIONS 3 Lbs. lOc

, There will be u working at New

OIL i Hope Cemetery Wednesday, <)t'AKT ,1K PRINCE ALBERT lOc

i I August 18, of next week. Every- t'vrry: intMltTii trontrnienm.No DRESSING can

" AND BATTERIES.; OCR TIRES AND ,' hotly Is cordially Invited to attend e l'r"7..n .1..aea rtll-I. cuts.I ... SALAD 20c i
.\ GUARANTEED Lee Thomas Deacon. run BEKFSTEW
__ I a J'erl.t fsal) J.rul..C'tl..n
MONTHS. --- -
YEAR AND 18 :
\ _WAXING_OREAINrt A Specialty !SI'KfUL< TOWN SEND NOTICEThe ; daily! uttrulluii.No re. led! j filUl-M: DILY-PI'RE Lb. lOc

next regular meeting of our ; : water t>r ijctrcty} '
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club Monday night, August! 16. Is 'COFFEE Lb. 12'/c
FOR ROAD SERVICE CALL 60 especially Important. Officers for i I I No inucliiiirry to wear I MUSTARD. Ots. lOc

f ABOUT I'LO' MOTOROV the remainder of the year are to be ft OPAY, any farm family run be free I
E4yP.1YAfE1VT Our Prices chosen and other vital matters will ,1 J. from the trouble and want* of old I DRIED
lt.N' LINES AGENT :There will also be special, funhionrd rfri: ration!hrv 1,1 Elf-rtrnlux, :'
TIRES come up. '' the K,.naatie frigerator: ota| ,'rlau-. for LIMA BEANS Lb. 6cF.1'K
.* BVTTERIES Are Right LACY CONWAYa music and a forward move will be' just| a few erns. a tiny bring you all 'I 3 Lbs. 25c
launched., If you want to see our ]I I the atv..thll".> | of modern city fnicro'..' I i
-----.--------.- -- cause succeed, be sure to attend. ,I tmn. Jt in id..ntir..1 l In every important.... |! NORTHERN

Ernest Thornquest Secy. .|i....t ..itb tie famous Gila Ri'fngirutnr GREAT KKLLOGQ'S CORNFLAKES
THANK THANK YOU which him'Ixn wrving' fine city homes, for I Ithe BEANSPound 7Y2c >
YOU FRIENDS
\oTIf'E or HI.:4''I'10% i punt tin yfkn.. You can own thin moilrn Pkg 7c
I. T. Frank Ij.n.lrnm mayor ft \I' refriiff'ruler on .n ray. '! iOn BOX : ;,

KOZY RESTAURANT Htarke vented. Flu. In, by in*virtue>>y law of,the"I". authority hereby!: -I Ic..11 purrhahaw iilnn.. Wrilfl, today @ I ASPIRIN Box 2c -
KORNER
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held the city for fr ellteraure.SISTRUNK'S- i
nn eloi-iloii to Im at i AI'I'I-K; OR !MI'LKTOBACCO': '
hall In the iiforeMnlil town liy the
< imllfl,,il voti-rn on Tuesday, September -
j of! staking new friend dally And beyond a doubt becoming one | H I'i37 for the nurpox "f BUTTER Country Roll lb. 30c 2 Dines 25c
a twenty.foor the following offlren. !
ih'I,:,.. most popular spots In town. Day and night. electing ,
Pine mayor
)nu ran dine and dance enjoying our courteous nenlce.lot Two AI"I.-rmn.On BRADFORD COUNTY DEALER FANCY: _ _ _ _ _ _
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ri.rk, Traaaurer Tax au.- ,:
!' 1'1:08.\81.. CAN'T AFFORD A COSTLY HOME AT ABUT flor and* l tax collectorOne sTAltKf: Flv1.1I (UART JARPEANUT

*xn Tf.J J....ICN Sl'MMEK: RESORT. ENJOY Ol'B SIZZLING lnap.*MarHhall etors of Maid' election, : F. A- ; f Ps -' m*.vltkoM UH i LEMONS Doz. 18c BUTTER 25c
ANn OTHER GOOD EATS AND DRINKS. Scott R. A. Z-ew.m. A. \\', An Jr"in I __ --"IaoI__ ,
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,; testimony whr..of. I hereuntonubncrlhe I Better AGENt FOR Quality
my name and rau'e the II .
aeal of the .a''" town a, he hereunto y-- '
KOZY KORNERRESTAURANT arflx.d, this.. the 13th day II'u..uat, I 03 iTTiinniri MviAranyi''

A( T> 1597.OFFICI1: .. RT A f.) I _..U D I'I _a l HvLaJa: NVMallaX

T. Frank. Mayor. GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING
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HERE FRIENDS ALL MEET TO DANCE AND EAT" CAHL JOU S. --- aaa -----. }
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)} $5.00 IN MERCHANDISE ....
{g I CLEAN UP I ALL AND 3z."sf
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AWAY
GIVEN
j \e/ OF LADIES'WHITESHOES t1
""W f? SATURDAY, AUG. 21,- I I
SANDALS88c
: I 1 LAST DAY OF BIG NAT
: I 1 SALE. ASK ABOUT I' 1
$1.69 I
.' I 1 THIS OPPORTUNITY. I
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,:, r:: c //' j \ \ DOWN and OUT Go Top Heavy Summer Goods


:. GENERAL CLEAN ,'r OF ('IIILD EN'S AS FINDING MONEY
IN A BLAZE OF BARGAINS JUST AS THRILLING

J : SUMMER SHOES

TJ; S TERNBERG'SSTARTING
Take One-Third Off regular price


'.: AI/SUIT ,
I'o'n1l\ .1Nn
' SPECIAL S.\Tl.'UD.\Y

RAY 0 N PEPPERELL


,, .SPREADS SHEETS

ALL ('OLOR9 81 INJ
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79c. FRIDAY THE 13th. $1.09

LIMIT so CUSTOMER
UNLUCKY FOR US -. LUCKY FOR YOU


i LOOK! Sacrifice GOOD BYEFOREVER OUT THEY GO! OUT!


I OF TO OXE LOTLADIES' SUMMER DRESSES i

.......... 20\40
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Summer
:; BATH
; ::;.:s,;;;;;:;j:: ::.;:::: :;;>;; SHOES OF ALL KINDS SPECIAL I
;; ::: ;::;; TOWELS Millinery
flusY
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SILKS COTTONS
HAT TO $2.49ON : C.OINO AT THE BEST C.ltAUC
WHEY
: !SALE f
.; CHIFFONS

; :\ 19c 79c 98c All Go on the Chopping OF tj

, : ONE LOT '
: Block.Dress Up at little cost. LL SHEETING
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ItKlil I.AIl $1.08
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: ;: e DRESSES SAVE and SAVE Plenty \in This AUGUST SALE 10 Yds. :

t 1
1 1os
HOI\iU: 'on.
. r $1.29 I .
, ", S.\I. GENUINE ODD LOT 1
:1EN'S OR ODD LOT 98c 4
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)IE '1 nHEss BO"S' i
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FEATHER MEYq:
WIiITE
SHIRTS
TICKING !!iTlt.-\\\"
::1 DUCK
loOold For I' .
f HATS '-
\ ''slue
ONE RACKKKIil ?:yule! non r TlWI'.EItS ODD LOTS

1 I 'I.AK S2.0H IEN'K R:\ Hj'
23c 69c 97c 49c
DRESSES Wash Ties 23c TROUSERS

$1.50 '\'.\LI'EI
: 'ont Bath Towels 9c .
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(I:!N/c'/ ("'':._ $1.69 MUNSINGWEAR TAKE YOUR CHOICE-MEN s.ut .. 98c
Handkerchiefs Ac PRICE: -
FULL FASHIONED OUR ENTIRE STOCK $98 ,

L. Men's Sox .._._ _- 9c OF $4.00 SPORT OXFORDS
Silk HosIery Whites, Black and Whites and
Khaki Pants _____ 98c69c Tan Combinations

IUG8{ALI E These Are The Same Hose -- EXTRA SPECIAL
Tennis Shoes -- -- We Sell SALE OF
For
/- $1 00, but
J
) WINDSOR I labeled I Irregular at the fare ALL OF OUR REGULAR $3.00 LADIES' WORK
Bedroom Shoes 39c
C'(It't''J'C
A Real
a"' tory. Buy. MEN'SSPORT SHOESTHESE
u.tL.Ll. !Lot
t U ( l"C "/'mdc2wyshades 39c REGULAR AND KNEE LENGTHS .
1 BI rl or Bro\\'..

I, 8 c gash Cloths: 4c Sale While the J SHOES SI l! $1 09
,. 5 9 \\LI E
, Price C I last Lf SOLID LF1ATHER -
CONSTRUCTIONON
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.... t Sun Suits 29c49c SALE

. Rayon Slips -- ti $2.39 '


f't,. GlIF1"1NFItT\\OItK PRICES ONLY FOR DURATION OF SALE BELL CORDOVERALLS
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;t 44c ON'' .... 98c
.:: .. RememS PEe I A L LOOK! LOOK! OUR: BESTCHADE SAU.
CLEAN SWEEP NOT THE BEST
i f:: -- Men or Bo> '
, A FF.OnDS OF
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, BUT FAIRLY
Blue Yellow and OF CHILDREN'SWhite
ber thePlace
,
AND ENDS .MEN'S WORKSHIRTS
\\hlte SERVICEABLESHORTS

$5.00 IN IN' MEN'S FRIDAY
POLOSHIRTS SHOES SALE OF Aug. 13th
MERCHANDISEGIVEN or SHIRTS MEN'S FELT 9 A. M..I .
: s
SUITS I OXFORDS & STRAPS
LI'ET.GRE':<

:t;'...,. I R t48.c\' 15c HATSODDS .
; I $6.95 E88c O.V 69c FoR Si ENDS
AWAY ,1 : I.EL_ MEN __,,_ 98 {
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AUGUST 13. .OS' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKKK. FLORIDA PAm JiVRi
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Mrs. K. S. Matthews returneJ I I I Mr. and Mrs. Drayton Colley returned Miss Lois Colley of St. Louis, Mrs \V A. Colley returned from I wan taken from the twentyseventhPsalm.

:Monday from Madison, Ga., where to their home in Florence Mo., Is spending! a while with her Riverside! Hospital Sunday where ) Faith r.ustalnrd by the
she visited friertJs and relatives. : Villa utter; spending a while with parents. Mr. and.Afrs. VV. A. Colley. she had been confined for several_I j power of God If we have faith in

Bits of -. .. his parents, Mr and Mrs. W. A. days. God we need fear no evil even
Miss Maxine Noejr l Is enjoying Colley. Mrs L. C, 1 lowland, Miss Virginia though we walk through the vwi- '
:; JH& I i
-.j-r; ;
u two weeks' vacation in Gainesville Howland and Phillip How- I Mr. Darby li'y nf) the shadow of death for y

Tampa, ami Cedar Keys. Mrs. J. H. Hitch, Mrs. S. R,1 land of Orlando, and Miss Caio- and children of Venice. were here I our God will sustain us. We need'

Local NeWs I -- .-- Johns, .Ir., Mrs. H. M. Hlcharde of line Rollins of Jacksonville were last: week vl"ltlnKfl': and Mrs. T'I only to love God with our whole
Peek' guests Wednesday of Misses'' Olive J. Griffin and Mrs. Carrie HItph. hearts, then we shall see Him in
the Miss Frances
: State
I Mr. and Mrs H. C.'all of Tallahassee Farm I
I I Well.nt'IIIY and AmeliaRay. :Mr.: Darby and family. were en i all Ills beauty and dwell with Him
and Miss I
Doris Badger spent
wcek end
were Quests of
I" CONCEKNIN OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND 'Augustine. I route to Ppiirtanliurg, !S.' C. for R forever
:Mr. Wall's pal'fonts.11':: and Mrs. In St :' .. Had I
Bulo
:MiOnd Mrs 1 .Q. \ visit
f 01.filE COUNTY AND TOWN r The sponsors who are vacation-
W. L Wall. ,
pROGRESS)(; I and _
Mrs Glen'Sl'al'lng and two children ; I family Mrs Harry Maeger r Ing In the Carolina mountains Bent .'
-- --u family and Mr. and Mrs. Marlin T J. Griffin and her to the :Mission
I i and Earl Sea ring all ofw"I'e Mrs. guests a message Hall
Miss :Marjorie: Stump left Monday Mrs.
and all of Jacksonville -
1 Ford! family
Fei-nandiria Miss Vivian Rullodiaeu of Jcnnar* which was read by Rev. Hemingway
for Flakier/ Beach where she day of Mr. anil Mr gUl'sts'ednl'. C, O. !Searing' are staying with Mr. and Mrs. ette, La., Miss: Gloria Johns of It was found in Psalms 08:19.:
\ Rhoda. spent the Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Grumpier I will attend the Zeta Tau Alpha and Mrs. \V. H. Pel kins. George B. Flynn at Klngiiley Lake Jacksonville, Kdwaid; l ..lm'llun'If Next Tuesday night the "Dodds"
)1\88 Atlanta ,
houscparty.
ttk.efll1 ln Ga. and children are spending a vacation i I, for two weeks Ovelda, and N. T. Hitch spent of "Midlakes" will be In charge
-- ---- -- --
In Wilson, N C. : --- ----- I ------ Tuesday at Silver Spilngs. with special\ music 'ome andbring '
) :Miss andKatie Misses Mrs 'r. K.: Cook of Jacksonville I'
Evelyn Stump
: I
red Mrs. Sam Anderson Mrs. Jessie i
---- -- ----- I -- friends ,
J. Davis was returned to her home in Jacksonville your
: R. Beach Tuesday 'Ktwai'4( Jordan, of Oviedo, Is a I Mae Blakeley, and Mrs \V. M. j I : and Virginia Fugate will Mr. and :Mrs. James I'.:. Darby i
Itlvfs'in Daytona Wednesday after upending a I
spend the week-end at the Zeta
guest'lit the home of his uncle and Wimberly spent Monday afternoon ,I and children of Venice, were here I
-- Tau house at lor few days at Kingsloy Lake ax the
I Alpha party Flag
jnlck.onvllle aunt Mr., and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. I In Waldo.W. II I last week visiting. Mr. und! !Mrs. 'r puCOLUMN
J A S. Crews was visiting I Beach. guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. C LUir- WORD :
-----
J. Griffin and Mrs Carrie Hitch
\ Friday I I den.
T. Fripp of Key West was the --- --
Mr. Darby and family were vn
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley I --
-- Saturday for a vacation trip in left I guest last week-end of his broth Mr. and Mrs. Gus Beusloy:: and :Mrs. Glenn Wood left Thumby route to Spaitanburg:: S. C.
J E s Carroll of Jacksonville I er-in-law and sh.leol'Ir.: and Mrs.L. Ron Wednesday for their home for Helena, Ark., to join MrVoi d
Fast and North.
Lnt' ., mday here with relatives.! I II G. Powell. in Goose Creek Texas after a visit who is In business there, lit rll. Mrs. Gun Coleman. of Plant City.Mr. I FOR SALE Good piano Will sell
[ .. .. .. here with Mr. and :Mrs. (J. L.
- -- -- Wood was accompanied as far as and l Mrs. AIIUlII1L'l1Ilamll nivl l cheap. Apply H. A. Bishop. It t
Tues- Mrs. L. C. Ray, of Jacksonville, :Mr. and Mrs. James Lamb Beasley. a. r .
Barefoot spent
i M. I Jacksonville by her mother and son, ("hai'li-H, of Ala'hu.PI' Btnl
Lvm[| k.Monville.j arrived here Monday and, Is visiting : Misses Pat and Dolly Lamb spent I --. --- -- --. \ brother. lrs George II. Flynn and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and daughter. WANTKD Four good sized shoal
.------ her sister-in-law Mrs J. W. White. I Sunday in Palatka and St. Augus I :Mr. and Mrs. It. R. Gcrtner ami Billy Powell Mum Gloria John, of JacksunvilK. to fatten on "hurell.Vouh1 buy u

j Mrs. A. F. Sauls spent -_.. ---.--.-- --- tine. % Mr. and :Mrs. J. B. Culpepper cif I I were quests. Sunday of Mr. und' Posture ready In September Mrs
I'jr t- \ in Feinandina.rir H. H. Strom\ went to Lake City I .. ---.,-. -------- Gainesville were guests Sunday of J Friends here of Miss Marguerite I I firs '1' .1. Grill'm, Mrs. Carrie Ella Hiirtline, Hampton.. Fla.

.--- -- Sunday afternoon and entered' the Mr. and, Mrs, C. H. Coulter of :Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy at' I'revittt, daughter of Mr and Mrs.H. Hitch und :Ml.su Annie Darby ._- ..

J \j ?;adge: Wlgham spent the Veterans' Hospital. I Tallahassee were guests Tuesday' Kingsley Lake H, Prevatt, were pleased to see MANVAN7'F.l; ) for Itaw leigh t t''

l eji in Gainesville. .. _- --------.. night of :Mr. and Mrs. f:. L. Matthews -..::...- -- -- I her name listed in the Times-Un MI....ION' II M.I. i Route of bull) families. Good I prof
'
.-- ----.- Mrs. Huldah Corpening has returned Mrs. T. Olsen proprietress of the : ion of August 7 as one of the graduates <: On account of rain I the attend its for hustler.V train and help '

c F C Johns and N. DVain- to her home after a visit In I --__ I:, Orange Blossom Tufe, left \'\Wednes-I from the Florida State College nnce WU II't us large a.i you. Write today' Kawlelgh's, p ,
rigr spent Monday in Jacknrlpe Tampa with friends I Audrey and Doris Beiiley left I for a two week's vacation with her I I t'or'omt'n, with the degree! : Those who came out enjoyed "uIII'1 I )Dept. F'Ah 1.223-SA2, Memphis, I
,m business. ----...-- --' .'-- I Wednesday for their home in Tam i parents, Mr. and Mrs George 1.11i i of Bachelor of Arts In EXlucHtlon. L. G. lleminurway's" sermon \\ Tenn. 8-13-318-27! ',
_.. __ Lake after a visit here with :Mr.: and a
of --
--fJ :Miss: \ Frances Overstrcet pa icy in Olmestead, Illinois. -- -------

J Mil fl A. Giihaben of Savannah City was the guest last weekendof I Mrs. A. F. Sauls. I -- -- .-- .

fi Is the guest of Miss Etta Tisond :Miss Clara,, Flume. I :Mr.: and Mrs. D. D. Davis and You Can Get Foods At This Complete Store at the Right Prices
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie! Sloan and
Powell. ---- -------
L C daughter, Miss Alice Jam, of Mia-
Mrs." Huldah Corpening Is spend, son Jimmy of Jacksonville were 1
W. J. of ing a few days in Tallahassee this guests Sunday of :Mr. and Mrs.I mi, came Tuesd.iy and are spending I
and Mra. Epperson
Mr. Freeman Register, several days with Judge miniMrs ::=::::: TIP
ainesville were recent guests of week.S. 1 __ I 1 i A, Z. Adklns.Mr. : TOP i .
\V i Epperson. CABBAGE
::1'8. I I ___ .. __ _.
K. Johns, Jr., and A. Z.I :Miss Martha Culpepper and Miss :
Mr. nu Mrs. M. F. Brown ands Stroud of Jacksonville spent Monday : Doris Badger of Augusta Ga., are I I and Mrs. Ernest Wilmot

|:. r H. Nasworthy spent Monty night In Gainesville. house guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. I I have had as recent guests Mr and GRAPES GROCERY
,
afternoon In Gainesville. Johns. Jr. I Mrs. Virgin Lancaster of Jacksonville -
Senator C. E. Johns made a business 1 r -- I and Miss Gwynn Henry of Rutabagas

Mrs W H. Williams of MiamiI trip to Tallahassee Thurs MiSS"h'; White I returned I Los Angeles, Cal.!

is i I guest last week. of Mr. and day Wednesday from West Palm Beuch I 3 Lbs. 25c EXTRA SPECIALS TODAY Pound 2Yzc *vl
._ .
The W. C. T. U. will meet with
:rsV N: North. --- -- --- where she visited Miss Norma
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Searing have I I Schlotterer. Mitt.V.. P. Smith at 3:30: Friday
)
Mr. inu, Mrs W. B. Alexander as their guests Mr and Mrs. Warren -I afternoon at her homo on South Look What 25c Will Buy! teI
inc Jli3 Wilma Alexander were Johnson of Krnnelwoi, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Scott went f Church Street. Those interested BANANAS 3lbs3 lOc t

J.sitlng relatives, Waldo Sunday. to Orlando Friday and are guestsof In the work are Invited to attend. '
I
; ; ; Soil I'.U'I0.. : 2 SlIP ( 11I"
---- Miss Pauline Priest of J-CkSOn-1 their and --- '
son daughterinlaw.Mr.
Mi[ inu Mrs. W. N. North and ville Is the guest of her ,I and Mrs. W. A. Scott. I :Mr. and Mi's.' George (!. White YEL. ONIONS 3 lbs. 1 lOc TOMATOES, 4 Cans 25c

Ln. Buddy spent the week-end at Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Priest. ---. .. .- --.._- and little daughter, !,Frances of CORN, 3 No. 2 Cans 25c
licit-jnville Beach. Mr. and Mrs. R. \\'. Mills! and i Tallahassee spent the wet.l:;-e..J FUE1"n
--- Mis. G. R. Priest of Dunedin Is daughter, Elizabeth of Jackson- 'here with Mrs. J.V White and TOMATOES Ib 5c ARROTS. 3 No. 2 Cans 25c
Lk ,hnxon of Gainesville the guest of her son and daughter- ville were week-enJ guests of Mr. :\11'. and Mrs. G. \\.'. Alderman.
kus thI lest Sunday of Mr. and Inlawrr.: and :Mrs. C G. Priest.A. and Mrs" F. F. Flume. I -.-. Md, SPINACH 3 No 2 cans 25c

: i l B I V. H. Carden spent the week-end
\ r8. Supp. I LETTUCE 2 Hds. lSc
,--. -- B. and M. J. Surrency of I I Mrs. Ola Long and :Miss Inn ; in Cross City with relatives. He ,
M I: m Grew of Jacksonville Brooker were business visitors here Pierce Wauchula. were recent was accompanied home by Mrs. j 1 N, V. MILK, 4 Tall Cans 25c

eat the week-end here with her Monday guests of :Mr.: and :Mrs.: Geo. \\'. I Carden who had been visiting In I JUNE PEAS 3 No. 2 Cans 25c
__ __ i I I ,
lire-,!. Mi md l Mrs. James Lamb. Thomas ; Cross City a week.Dlr. CELERY Ea lOc
Miss Verna Justice, Miss Ruth I -...-.-- ------- I I .>.\1" AND
Mi : Loree Phillips left last week Edens and Thomas Gill, all of Wil' Mir and Mrs. A. C. Durden left and Mis. Warren Johnson. (\1.. ( It.\ns..nls: EATING CARROTS, 3 No. 2 Cans 23c

rlai do where she will make mington. N. C., were recent guestsof yesterday for their home In Tam- o: llenclworth N. J. are spendingtwo
n mE .Mr. Gill's mother, Mrs., Fay Gill I, pa after spending a vacation ut I Weeks with Mrs. Johnson's APPLES Doz. 2Sc PORK & BEANS, 6 Cans 25c
--- Kingsley Lnke. : parents Alr.Hd Mrs C. O. Searing [ / Itl'SIIEO +

and her brothers Glen and vacado PEARS 2 for ISc PINEAPPLE, 3 Cans 25c
#r ir''yN I Mrs. J. M. Alvarez went to Jacksonville i: Earl Searing and their families. i
Tuesday and is visiting her 1 Mrs R A Weeks, Mrs J. F I'linkCal'pentPI' SARDINES, 3 Tall Cans 25cHILT.IRD'S'f.1nl.F'r.
y1 Ile mau d ,h I.. u1, of Brooker,, and Mrs. I II
rttlil q'l N ""ll1u .oll A U IU rlllllulIli non-in-liw and lSlUghterIr.. and .
rJ i.K elt-tllrhrg '
[
'" Mrs. W. P. Randall i Nell Hicks of Waldo" were guests '
UoUlU "
r
Iii I. i' I .. Wednesday of Mr and Mrs. N. I II '
I J I p y
I ----------- --

d ",'"i I 11 111 ? uh h huh 1I; Iflld A'lklns:Mrs. ,A.A.Z.'Z.Adklns.Jr., and Miss Miss Alice Lois Stcrnberg at Kingslcy Lake FLOUR 101bs.39c; 20 Ibs. 73c I 'R I C'E'I ;

'
Jane Davis spent Wednesday in 1 Robt. Daniel! of Sarasota and 5 Lbs. '20c
?
Gainesville.Mrs. Ben Fitzpatrick: of Madison Ga.,

---- -- --------- -.-. t were guests Monday night of Mrs. I Tlllri Iii. A UK\I. 1,1)I'JeI4 t-\\:: l'e( IN; ,
A. E. McKinney and son, E. S. Matthews and. Dr. and Mrs
SAFE = EFFECTIVE Everett are spending several days H, B. McLendon at Kingsley Lake CHEESE Lb. 20ci TIP TOP MARKET

lull I diluted with with relatives in Bushnell and Sar-
strength equnl ports nwota.Mr.. i I (io to KHH's, mill; K o-to The Vireo IHHIOKFltI.U: 11..1 -.

/, ct wotoe Mr*. II. <:. K'II.Is at Krlly'H Place

and Mrs C. A Futch hadas I). pK .
} their guests Sunday Mr. and and itppi-rrluttt jour II J.
: w 'I'i sSfta i j M Mrs Fred Echerd and, son of Jacksonville f I ......... 1"1-1 1SiiITE UIiUlOS or dEN EI: I

Mr. and Mrs. W A. Miller Miss I II I LARD 2 Lbs. 25cI SAUSAGE Lb IScLII
-'------.- I
James Richard Wainwright"\ of I Wilma Miller, and Herbert Mundy t'WIUlU.\N
the week-end here all of Gri'onoastle Indiana were r \Sn.A.
Jasper
spent
ANTISEPTIC MOUTH WASH KILLS GERMS with his pllr'ntsIr:: and Mrs. N. week-end' guests of Miss Florence I PICNIC HAMS Lb. 23e 'j
BACON Lb. :
It. Wainwright. ; Wood Charles and Fred Carlton. 19c
AND .. : SI'1'FOF.tT :
I -- -----

Solution49c Mr. and Mrs Carl Alderman and I Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Joiner and Q'\IF.S LUNCHEON MEAT, lb. 35c ,

Mi son, Bruce of Baltimore, Md., are two children who have been visiting Iusn nOUN
31 BACON Lb. ISc:
guests of Mr. Alderman's patents, :Mr. Joiner's brother-in-law "
Mr. and :Mrs. Gt'orgeN.. Alderman. and sister Mr. and Mrs. I.. D. Vin- CHEESE Lb.
I
--_.--.....,.. --.---.--.----.- Ing. Wednesday for their home I OUEX PRIDE a 23c ; i'

ALLIMIN = her Miss home Lulu Saturday Redgrave morning returned afteran to I. in Decatur, Ga.- -- I I OLEO Lb. 17;, BOLOGNA, Lb. 15c '

Spafkilng Sails extended visit in Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Eppersonand -
M-nre of Ga rlic-I'arrley Va. with relatives children of Jacksonville were I II I
l red in Treatment of High .. 6OCK I 1 /guests Sunday of Mr. Epperson's :
Bland Pressure 08. mother, Mrs. W. J. Epperson.! Ray
of
Mrs. C. N Christie Augusta. 1,
50c Size 39c"An aid to SlS Flsnr'e Ga spent the week-end here with :'|1 Epperson. Jr., remained for a long- jjjriShPoIo1oes 10 Ibs.l7c I
her parents ::\11'. and Mrs. S. R. er visit with his grandmother '
$1.00 Size 79c ___ __---. I
Johns, Sr. I
.. Mrs. M C. Stith of Jacksonvillewas ''ItS.t
-- ---
--
$ ISMA- ItB\ Miss Patsy Brinson left Wednesday the guest Tuesday of her parents _ _

GROVES ACTION p..t for her home in Hugh after a iMr. and Mrs."' H. L. Brown- 1 T
CHILL TONIC ANTACID ao 50cPONDLR visit here with her slater. Mrs. Hul- lee. Mn. Stith was accompanied KRAFT'S
D. dah Corpening.Jim I back to Jacksonville by Mrs. MATCHES boxes lOcI I
'
50c Size 39c Qstleklg ".".r.. .-. -_... Brownlee Miss\ Mary and Madge I


Pi Listerine Aeld IRdl.eatf.u University last Seymour Friday of Florida who for last attended a visit term with, the arrived -I sonville Brownlee_until.who--Friday.-will-visit'-In'- Jack- ,' MACARONI PAGIIETTI OR 3 Boxes l lOcI' MIRACLE..WHJP I I

:, W :M. Wainwright and daughter ; I
his father, J. M. Sp'mur111111 ;
Tooth? Powder CntorQX -.--: -'---'- Patsy Ruth, spent Monday ) SALAD DIRE S SIN G ;
25C Size 19c :\ Jennelle Hutchings spenta here with Mr. Wainwrlghfs parents JELLY 2 lb. jar loci
Vacuum BottleKEEPS few days last week in Jackson- I Mr, and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright i I ,

LIQUID HOT 'OR ville as the guest of :Miss: Betty I I Sr. Patsy Ruth remained )I M.tWELI.: ; HOUSE! 8-oz. Jar Dressing 15c
with her
visit grand
for a longer;!

Cascade COLD HOURS for MANY Hoe Epperson.Mrs. ---- -_ -- ; parents. COFFEE Lb. 29c
----- 16-oz. Jar 25c I
Graphic Notes rprFlIU D. P. Carpenter and Mrs. I I Dressing
H. L. Brownlee spent the week-

1 I': Not FOUR Sheets!" COLORS" 18 Letter home Jeanette: after Klncald a visit. in have Albany returned Ga. end in DeLand as the guest of Col. CIGARETTES 2 Pkgs. 25c 32-oz. Jar Dressing 43c
Mrs J. E. Futch. He was accompanied -
and
ituiatssr '
'hp..t.. 21 Envelopes. and a | with Mrs. D C. Forehand.I I II
home Mrs. Brownlee
Rettle of 1 by
to
Graph Ink RUBBING
-
!Match. ALCOHOL I and Mr.. E. J. DowliiTg; and I and their daughters Misses Mary : Prince Albert Tobacco can lOc 8-oz. Jar Relish 15c
All For 49c the C. A. i and Madge Brownlee, who had been
occupying
family are

"CI'\'O(,lt.\\J\IED: : for ,. geI re Tat:n sirs n p55? 5O* i I Knight for two cottage weeks. at Kingsley Lake : visiting! In DeLand.. 1 1"rs SUGAR 5 Lbs. 2Scl 16-oz. Jar Relish 25c

RUD DOWN/ I __ '__ .__ :\ r.;.): Tmith returned to: her.

COOL 1 Among of S.those L. Peek.attending Sr. last the Sun-funeral -i aft home"r a in two Ttnnille week's and, G.sinter.visit.., Saturday with herbtotrn.rlnl.iw I BROOMS Ea. 25c SI'1'Ell SUDS 3 for 25c

were! Mr. -and Mrs. H. C.
day.
I Darby, of Pa- M>9: "K. G. Piinc n. Mrs. Smithway j
and Charley
I MITCHELL DRUG ( latka Richard; Miss Lois Long of Jacksonville accompanied home by Mrs. WE WANT EGGS AND CHICKENS
and R. F.
STOR.j! ; Mr. and :Mrs. George W. Duncan and son, Kasper,Tennille !
In a
Theis. who will visit
J Marks, of DeLond; Mr. and 1"1 home.
before returning
1 George C:White, of Tallahassee. few days




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*""hI:!: ,l.\ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK1G. FLORIDA ntra\r, ,t.'GtT t
9. ,,9.,
1
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Cone Economizes six months of 1937 $4- ., :

I FARM SHORTS >t Tax League Says, ; crease pared to of$44,300 eight per in cenpenses I03t' .Q.:UIII tn,

I J Hrlrf Fars Itfr.. 4boot \ ..1 1 But Others Fail the Auditing i n el'

FARMERS SECTION '..1..1..K (.uunllm.MACCLENNV LIVE STATE NEWSNews spent $23.510.( compare! >tm7TJ

L Total expenses of the governor's In 1936-an Increase ,,1 ,.
Per.
office for the first six months under cent. Total expenditure-
of Florida in Short Paragraphs 1 IlIIN
Conducted by Demonstration Agents : : ; Baker County Governor Fred P. Cone, department for the first 'n m

farmers are strong for bees according amounted to $20.969--11. reductionof of 1937 compared to th ,UIH 1nlh.

to County Agent :Mabry 94.4 percent compared to the nod In 1936 Increased s <'Pt"r

--- Futcli. A recent survey by Inspector same period In 1938 according to 18.8 percent."

: John Haynie of the State' figures compiled by the Florida "Likewise, the Mik)
RECORD TAX COLLECTION to get me some watermelon and Ice nisi
Plant Board revealed they are Tax Revision League. "However, Board seems to have '
RURAL Hints To Housewives PALM BEACH- new tax collection cream," she said.. Otherwise she forg .the
367 colonies. under
gathering honey from some departments directly economy promised In that
record Is claimed by this planned a quiet celebration, enlivened 'parl.
COMMON SENSE the governor, says the league mont The public was mJvm, thai
winter Tax Collector visits from
Weekly from Horn Demonstration FORT MYERSLee County truck resort city. I by children "are out of tune with the Cone this board would live within
and .as |In.
Borman
\ Joseph reported yesterdaythat grandchildren greatgrandchildren. "
; JOHNSON TaIJaIJaM growers have planted their seedbeds economy program. come. Collections for tht
SPUDS fuJ
r By Spedal.ltltA. '
the city's real estate taxes Mrs. Weeks was born Aug. pas ,
and are making plans to Increase The league's statement shows fiscal
,f, that of were 100 per cent paid for the first 4, 1827 at St. Augustine, she has year amounted t< ,lppr, (> .
fl :, FARMING: CONDITIONS IN THE IIETIII'1'L'O( .\IO their acreage over time in its history. Collections totaled nine grandchildren and she has lost the following comparative expendi- mately $16,000 but expense tat, the
last year, according to County tures from the five appropriations! six months
\ IIAVKENCOlRAGINO period,
t\\ ', STATE \ $489,311. track of the number of great- Januai i to
p PROSPECT By Isubelle S Thursby Agent C. P. Heuck. Last year'sacreage A-_ grandchildren. She remembers directly under the governor's of- 'June 30, 1937, amounts'"' ion,
: was 4.000.Considerable fice: "Salaries 1936, $12,079 1937 058.00."
Economist In Food ; ,
9 Extension S.STnos..\ VOTES DRY there were thirty when she stop
iI! While conditions could, of course ConservationWith I interest Is being MILTON-Complete but unoffi- ped counting. $9,999. a reduction of 17.2 per "Apparently," suys th
manifested in gladioli and it Is If, be better, there is good reason for markets plentifully sup- cial returns from a referendum cent. Necessary and Regular- Expense these departments nee ,.
I the Florida farmer to be more satisfied plieJ with avocados, Florida house. likely that 200 acres will he devoted showed today Santa Rosa County I DISLIKES Hunnr's COOKING 1936, 11.765; 1037, $5,459.- reminder that economy UM
to them this season, Mr. Heuck oath
I with his lot now than at any wives should use them generouslyIn voted 775 to 718 to continue pro- ST. PETERSBURG- Ability of I a reduction of 53.6 per cent. Investigation popular and the order 01 '.
said. lay
", time during the pant few yeais. the menu.Dietitians hibiting; sale of Intoxicating liquors Henry F, Prentiss 76 to cook and Finance and Taxation In Florida government'

Generally speaking, the Florida nay the olive is the for and of beer and wine containingmore his insistence that he attend to all 1936, $6,530; 1937, $380.- reduc- ---.--A_

farmer's business has improved only fruit with a higher fat content LIVE electrification OAKApplications have been made rural than 3,2 percent ulcohol. San matters culinary, figured prominently tion of 91.1 percent Emergency According to the Unit< ties

steadily and ha become more prof. than the avociido.. Some varieties 687 Suwannee County farm ta Rosa County has been dry for in a divorce suit heard yes- Appropriation Chapter 11369, 1936, Bureau of Air Commerce 'i ,18Ua\|

itable this year, In most cases, he have as high as twenty-five by families. County Agent S. C. thirty years. It Is one of sixteen terday in Circuit Court. Mrs. Pren- $11.205; 1937 $$5,129.- reduction service of an airplane IS '\le(!

has had success with his crops, he percent fat, others as little as seven Florida counties_ which prohibit tiss, 74, claimed that her husband of 54.2 per cent. Emergency Appropriation to ten years.
Klerce
teported.
!f I has made more money, and he has percent. When you purchase an recently sale of intoxicating liquors under whom she married here last December Chapter 13630 1936, -- --- ...

Improved his living conditions, If unusually delicious, rich and nutty the state's local option law. ia a very poor cook but refused $1.465; 1937, none- reduction 100 The smallest park in .n ,rM

reports from over the slate are indications avocado, can be sure PUNTA GORDA Charlotte __.__A__..__ to let her do in I per cent." (Is. ut. A.nR."I..- ., t.nM*....._
tasting you County cattlemen shipped several any cooking -- -- ------ a" '" II ten

/ its fat content is high cars of veal calves during the past / "SIGNS! DEATH WAICKNT their home. Judge John I. Viney The expenditures from! the five I feet long, five feet wide 'I ,It

Bright leaf tobucco brought good, !':IngAr- content t Is- less thai one month, according to County Agent TALLAHASSEEGov. -Gov. Fred P. granted Mrs. Prentiss temporary appropriations, according to the grows an oak tree estimate, 0.

rt4 prices at the opening of the season i percent: far lower than that of V. H. McQueen. In preparing for Cone has signed a death wan'antxcheduling alimony pending final disposition league, amounted to a total of $46- 200 years old.TRAIN.

f In Live Ouk and many a growerwas most fruits, a fact that makes it the: truck crop season! many farmers ; the electrocution of of the suit, 045 for the first six months of 1936, UI. -

able to pay off debts, put a useful In diets for diabetics. Its have treated their seed to insure Chester White for the week of ---- -. while total expenditures for the Our schedule
bit In the bank and do some spending ROAD All) first six months change Apr! :25th!
phosphorus content Is higher than eurly healthy plants.ItESERVATIONS Aug. 16, in the face of a legislativeact ENDANGEREDTALLAHASSEE of 1937 amountedto and trains will
.: for the family and home. .Tobacco that of most common fruits and decreeing commutation to life Comptroller; $20,969.- reduction of $25,076::; run as folJo"sSouthbound

, prices and profits created asa the iron l Is relatively high as fruits I FOR EGO mprlsonment. The pardon board J, M. Lee said Florida was in dan- or 54.4 percent. No.

air of general optlmslm throughoutthe go. It outranks all other fresh LAYING CONTEST SHOULD declined to Interfere with the death ger of losing Federal aid for high- "The economies effected in the No. 15 1--Due Due Starke Starke J3 3)) pat."

area in which this crop is fruits, as a source of protein andIs liE :M.*DE, STANTON SAYS sentence of the man convicted of way construction unless he halted governor's office compare favorable No. 107-Due Starke 4 :57; P.a!l.!
grown. for its vitamins, C I "diver ion"' of gasoline taxes to 6 16 AM
Important killing a piison mate In the Raiford I with reduced! expenses in the No. 191-Due Starke .
Prospects are good for a profitable being the only one not found In lib- CHIPLEY- Poultrymen who are penitentiary during an attempted Home counties under special laws. I Beverage Department Racing I NorthboundNo. 10 M rat.

crop from the 16,000 Flotilla! eral quantities. planning to enter pullets in the obbery. The comptroller said he would discontinue Commission and Tag Department," 2
i -Due Starke
acres planted to Sea Island cotton. Twelfth Florida National Egg- payments of gasoline tax 5:00: AM
Avocados muy be round or pear- +---- says the league, "however, our recent No. 16-Due Starke
Of course, there's a lot of weather Contest which Octo- to ]1:24: A M.
Laying begins money twenty-eight counties
. 1 shaped, and may range from six TO CONTINl'E PROBE investigation indicates that No. 108-Due Starke !
and other conditions that are problematical 5.00 P.It
ber 1, should make arrangements contrary to the general 1931 distribution
-
ounces to three pounds In weight. some departments directly under
1', TALLAHASSEEState Attorney Starke and 'Van
between now and the entriesnow nee Briuii!
The skin may be thin and fairly and reservations for their law, although the board of the governor are out of tune with
Orion C. Parker; Jr., said the No. 101-Leaves Starke T
i. : time for the harvest, but things according to E. F. Stanton, :oo A M.
have a rather promising smooth, thick and smooth or It probe into the slaying of two negroes administration of which he Is a the Cone emonomy program." No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50I: .
appearance may be leathery, rough and. shell- supervisor of the contest. member voted to continue the puy- "The State Auditing Department -
t ( at this time taken from the Jail here two Daily except Sundajg
:fi The Eleventh contest will\ end on
like. Color varies from purple ments. spent for salaries in the first
weeks would continue. He T. J. GRIFFINWHAT
ago !:
Hog producers have gotten fair September 22 and the new contest'
maroon, and dark' mahogany to --+- ---
it! ly good prices for their stock this near black and through various will begin nine days later. Mr. said, however, the adjournment ofa COW NEWS FOR CONE

year and they have been feeling I shades of green.Avocados Stanton is now making plans for coroner's jury Tuesday withouta DELAND
-- Every bruised
cow
better about farm conditions. the new contest and will be gladto report "just about ends this
4 are edible when the thing." Bullets from police pistols and bumped by automobiles on Volusla's -
furnish information
concerning
Those who sold hogs In cooperative flesh. is soft like butter but not
md slugs taken from the victims'bodies highways will mean a message -
it to poultryman who Is contemplating
sales have been well any
especially discolored. The flesh Is for
mushy or checked Governor Cone. The
Federal
were
by ex-
pleased. Cattle prices have been usually yellowish or yellow gieenIn entering pen. There Board of Directors of the DeLand!
(jerts. : was no similarity.
steady and so cattlemen too, are color, and the cut surface should Junior Chamber of Commerce voted
not grumbling. stay bright and attractive for an combines best with vegetables and OISSEK\EH; -HOTII- BIUTHDAY- to send a telegram to the Chief IS YOUR
acid fruits such as limes, lemons,
!'\, The 1036-37 citrus crop was a hour or so. Eventually darkeningis Executive every time a motor acci-
good one and growers received fair Inevitable\ and no more fruit grapefruits, oranges and tomatoes. TAMPA It's "Giancimu" Mar- dent Involves one of the county'scows.

I prices for their oranges and grapefruit should be peeled than Is Intended A salad of alternating pieces of tha Weeks' birthdayher 110th-- The State Junior Chamberof
grapefruit, red tomato, and avo- sq she came to town to celebrate.She .
r although they could have for a meal. Commerce sponsored bills at the
', been bit cado set on a bed of finely shredded left her little farm at Lithia, lust fAVOWTE
)1., a higher without making The favorite way to serve the session of the Legislature to
f. plutocrats, out of the grove owners avocado is on the half shell with crisp cabbage or a lettuce leaf about thirty miles from Tumpa, to take cows off the Florida highways
: still wllh'FI'ench dressing makes a salad join a daughter here. She will return i
Marketing remains the major seed removed and dressed with salt but their efforts were unsuc
J deluxe. This be varied! with i iI
may home
problem of citrus and Thursday. "I'm
cessful.
growers are and lemon, lime going
Juice, or a "peppy"French
hoping that the 1937-38 season will easing. Because its slices of pineapple and other fresh 4
be marked by Improvements and fruit Avocado, cut in cubes, set -
I
texture and subtlety of flavor, it
increased returns' A in a lime or lemon gelatin with WAYS OF CONTROLLINU name'from a horn-like projection

b Some truck suffered from bad 3uy that, generally, Florida farming sliced! cucumber, shredded celery or SH'EET POTATO PESTS near its posterior end and which

i :; weather, but a great deal of It ma- advanced, steadily this year and carrots, and grapefruit sections, OUTLINED! >> BY .\TSONOAINESV1LLK glows to be three to four inches ir
tured and brought served with a highly acid mayonnaise -'- I YOU WILL flNT> IT HEtt
/ good prices on that the Florida farmer, thus far length Is another common, caterpillar
f the markets.In makes a good combinationsalad. Farmers who'
huH good. reason to he more satisfied pest of potatoes. Horr.
'f Bumming up things, we might and optimlHtic. are growing sweet potatoes should l worms do not collect In colonies
1. With pomegranates ripening, try watch their fields carefully and but
{; 0.fi .-__"______,__,__._,._,.____,_._._.._,..:' an avocado cocktail diced with one take prompt action agulns insects' patch.are They found also singly defoliate over the the PAItNE1NDER C(7antr7Aams MCCALL'S

J! or more falovous fruits and garnished before they become destructive pl.ints As they are large and con

? RICH BRICK COMPANY I with the red antis of the enough to reduce yields, according; I gplcuous the easiest way of dealing Story Pictorial B TiER ISstf.w
to J. Watson, Slide
h hd pomegranate.: Experiment with them is to pick them by srtvie.I 0V5M

. Used in slices and season with Station entomologist hand.
y1.tNi'FACTFIERSCOMMON I One of the most common pests is
salt anti lemon juice and thinly cut The sweet ,
potato whitefly, an
' I sweet onions, the avocado makes a reddish-brown caterpillar which other pest of this be
collects in colonies in sections of crop, may
'delectable sandwiches
: BUILDING BRICK I An Ice the field and then spreads over the controlled with a spray consisting Yr.Q .
cream of smooth richness
of four of fish oil
'f p (RED CLAY) may be made by using the avocadois entire area If not controlled. This gallons pounds of water Pyrethl'umcompounds soap andfifty : b.tli !(INd God s $' # rouM1"- 3 Yr
I pest defoliates the and 5556E7
plants
the base, skin and seed removed may Bate N01ANrnlt '-6 Ys 1 y
may also be used, but 0 __
RUSSELL, FLORIDA I Ii qnlthe flesh made smooth by put- prove a serious setback to them. these are more expensive than the fl tmutiw o -1' ,'ft -.-. t y,'
ting; through a sieve or dilver The[ cheapest ana most effective 0 Ilwer MwnIM -" 1' 0 6bdt aN.rIM l Y,,
\ (NEAR GREEN DOVE SPRINOS) I. control for these Insects Is a poison soap spray. This pest Is attackedby pcGll'(tktun r 'f" 4 R. 1 Yr,
i KEEI: : IIOSU T'U'STF.t bran bait consisting of twenty-five the red aschersonla as is the sotto. ..----Z:: cl Ry I y
f,0:,. citrus whitefly, and a r. fy rar i- i Yi
LAKE BUTLER- Freeholders of pounds of bran and one pound of grower may pOrepdta6od Mwplne6 QO
Union County voted not to abolish Paris green well mixed. When obtain control of it by spraying his pas Yr. wallq i

j BORES FUNERAL HOME 'he Board of Bond Trustees, in a ready to use, this mixture shouldbe I field with cultures of this fungus Q Q Ovv""rWotMtMs neM! teIttltl Y6 a 0 Pt1 t' M.( U'1i Yr,

Q Full I llm or Caskets A Vndprtaker Supplies special election called in conformity moistened with water (two and obtained from the State Plant a pit rld Rdts ; O P bJAmt a/-i 1 YrQ

'601'1' s, .\UVL.o\.NCE SERVICE with an act passed by the recent one-half gallons so that it will fall Board. gict Z YM1 0ngnyrl ,.

.l I DAY ANi NIGHT Legislature. A majority of six in flakes when sown over the field. The moat effective method of O h DpIw9u1s1' S v flee 42

'I I -. 53 PHONE 53 voters expressed their preferenceor This bait should be sown broadcast fighting the" sweet potato root SO( t d/ .loo/( mar. 0 W eau' Rbry .tri yr p,

G. II. BENNETT Mrr. retaining the Bond Trustees' over the infested area after weevil consists of destroying all Q taw ColA.a "11 Yr.

-- "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" the vote being seventy-four to six-. sunset or early in the morning.The potatoes and vines attacked by It

'r: ty-elpht, ? ,- hum worm, which gets itsWHAT and not pluming potatoes on or
-
nar the land that has been infester IVAWT you WANT PAY FOR WHAT YOU 6% torrra

by it for a year. The weevil Is -
( MO. 1
OITER MO. I
bluish-colored and has red! mark-
.
Ings. It bores into potatoes and This f.w.pop.r.. 1 T.. All To. Only nil. Irow.pap.b. I Tr. Fair Only Four

renders them worthless. I 6 Mavalln.l B } 10 3 Maq. .. } 40
tom Group $2. tram Group A $2.
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WHERE WHY EXPERIMENT STATION'S
\IRY L.IIOUATORSOW I OFFER NO. I OFFER MO. 4
Thli N.w.pap.r. A Vf.j jyj ,??, ThU N.w.papr, 1 Tr. All SinTHIS
IUU.on OCCUPANCY Ma9aoln. Only. Magads roe On"?
2 Anor 2
A
M horn Group from Group }

,{I GAINESVILLE--The State Experiment i si-as- B J $2.25 3 hors Megadn.Croup. B s2.So

Station's handsome new

} dairy products laboratory building N WPAPE''it I.AR VN'' >NV OMgIf HE ..
OF BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA on the University of Florida cam-
pus has been completed and will be 3 America Boy 12.00 3 Modem KKhaal.* 4 lB ..tloni 11'Mettoa
| American Frail On._. I.7$ Flctun J JJ
: INM RANCE PH'SIIUNO I|I CXFES HARDUAKE-FIRMTLRE ready for research and classroom \ America MogoalM 1.8$ Op.s Road far >>aTe.t T_- J gg
". work as soon as the task of install- Bettor .Main owl Co>du_ S.OOCopper1 ="q Mago.W 145
..' .. I.,. Magazi '
LET LS 01\E SOUR; PL'IMHI.NU: TWO FOR ONE SALE ing equipment is finished Dr. Wil- roses "* |.?$ Ps h5ad.r (tklJ') r r0,
r Johns & Wainwright A' THOROUGH 1I0r'tCI.E.tNiNG ; ('O tIE TRV OI'R Purchase One Pint mon Newell, dean of the College of I Child Life ________ MS PbrsIaal c"I"
.JOH !oIOS's C.LO-COAT ChrtiVra Herald _______ 1.M Ph.laplar -
i INVfRANCE AGENCY: Agriculture and director of the Ex- CoUlw-s WMklr ______ .... Plstoit 0 .... t 00
PLATE FLOOR POLISH: 73c Pint periment Station, announced today. Countrr Eem i yr_-_____ l.n....j.? M.......... 'eS
Old Reliable (timpani I J. L. Simmons Self Pollfihinir! DlUMOlw ..., Popular 1cI._ M..UUy'_, J"
I 25c BUY ONE-GET ONE FREE The new building, located in the DId. Paltrv Jau--' .,n...... ( )- its
All TJJM-S of Inwurnncelth Plumber south contral sector of the r_'JouaaJ. J'I'- L10 ......N.ws.qUs lab.d.al 1'45
campus
LUNCH Bradford Hdw. Co. Fl." asd ..,. Let mrtow ol lUvlmn.
is one of the most attractive of its rt.w.r Gi.wse 1.a ......... 00No
HOTTLING COMPANIES DRUGGISTS J. B. CARLISLE., Owner kind In the South. Built of redbrick Art.N.dl.erdl .... .'... Pier' L.00
3 1.1 Ho.. ...d Gard-. ads .... -Loo
MME Chicken Dinners and trimmed In white con- "....hold Ma...... ..,. SP.rs _. -- a'o 70

DRINK: \\' ARE Sundays DenmarkFurniture crete, it contains refrigeratingrooms u arW 1 ..... T.a_.. .myrNsgWs. = t I t0

I'KESCIUPTIONEXPERTS laboratory class rooms, research -I McCall. Dbjade 1.N W_'. wsid J 110

Co. laboratories offices, a room

@!IM ORANGE We Are Receiving Sew, fprlng for the manufacture of ice cream 4. a
Mitchell's Drug Store and other '
BLOSSOM CAFE Stock E\ery Day. Be Sure to dairy product!, and other -
Quit k Dependable Sl'nlce facilities. I
See It Before You Buy. I
In -. .. ,.' Bottle
( Students specializing in dairy | Gentlemen I
I
The Pause That Refreshes CAFESA What You Want ELECTRICALCONTRACTOR manufacturing will\ study and work I i I enclose $_for which please end m' I
there during the first term of the .
1\ the raifizlnts I have cheeked together with
GOOD PLACE TO 1937-38 I I
college year Dr. L. M.
, 'An lid In the UllT-\\HEKE- You Can Find Thurston, professor of dairy manufacturing | year's subscription to your newspaper
.MEET YOUR FRIENDSThe II
EXPERT1RINB AT
K \\ In' CUtolfinl Srrtlon will bring and dairy techologlst
REASONABLE PRICES
Cluk| ,k, kMlMjInr roultn. For any In HIM Corner ANYWHERE: with the Experiment Station will Nam. I

'. thing )oii t\Uh to huv'or) sell.. pliue SPOTLIGHTA. b. In charf of tb. new buildingand

Ian ad In the UIIVT-\\IIEKEMIIY O. J. PHILLIPS research to be done there. Street or R. P. D .

I,;' Clumiltlrd !Section. READ THE ADS 1 r I
Telephone
IIAICTMAN: Prop. LAWTE'- The building was constructed ,.
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:' or bring jour ml. to the Telegraph through financial cooperation of J Town and Stat. J j

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\" ,\lOt'ST13., 1987: BRADFORD COUNTY TBLEQB\PH.!: STJLRKE. FLORID P\GE: SP.\1C't: '

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t\r. l'nt'ItCll DIRECTORY .r- "Till: Tuesday: then.' he 1'-A3 he let himself out of the door !1 drew' her close to his; ;side;; In a hug. "It Ian.t orders. It s a warning"

ST41U I 1 Her answering "Till Tuesday..sald.j I As Katie and the secretary stood 'Aunt Bt'n""That'll "I've never taken that from anybody

I'1It..T \PTlST nnncil: PARNEL! all but Inaudible looking, at each other, the bed better Don t let Katie |, either""You

lie*. C, B. ('rice, Pastor : : I Tuesday came and Katie O'Shea room ,door' opened ani Parnell, ful- work too hard over those letterson -- never needed' It before"t I
School 10 o clock a. m.,, 1 Sunday too" She left them I Parnell stood up, fui'ious. Michael -
Sunday 4" OMcuq ., !gave anxious thought! to the ar- I y .lire-lied, put his head; cautiously
.,. J, Tliomaa. Supt.w.rnlni ; 1////' ,.- tv4/uy M Worship, 11 a. m &LEB&EUS i iI H1 he ?'' Ue whispered to I| "They'd take a month of Sun. "I know Thita why I'm h- re.
: gone
MITCHELL she her Aunt Ben, and her sister.
B, Y P U. meets at 8.30: p. m.rveninjT : ( ,,,. | Clara, would be the only diners Campbell I Iclays 'all these unopened letters," Because I'm the only one who'ddart
Worship, 8:00: p. m. I said! K.tlewho had resumed her But If I see you walking In
Ye. : j l
)!: I I with Mr. Farn ,H. She was noticeably *
I
S, S Teachers Meeting, Wednes- bern of the House. When quiet was 11 and distraught, and o-s "Then call m* a cub I m goingto task of opening and sorting Fur- long grass where there lire snakes, l
m. Sr Norms Captain Willie partially restored he continued:: 1 uneasy Elth.im' ( nells correspondence In search of I've got to warn you." ,l
daY i O'Shea halt compelled his e".- the time for dinner approached her
Wed- ""
JiJk "
:
service 'hat the will do "What do :Michael\
: Prayer government I you moan I
tranael, wife, Katie, to matte nervousness increased Aunt Ben "You are going to Ell hum with
8;<*> P- In.utTHODIST. the grant Irmli Na.twruilt.it leader however, if the honorable member I meet"No I evi-dence "O'Shea Isn't one of us. And you '
to
tfrity was playing solitaire and scolding me, said Katie, advancing
'. Vhnrlet Stewart Parnell to wishes, is to appoint a special com- House commission. "You know can't afford to be having truck I'
CHIKCHllt. I her Bltham home for dinner, to Clara for telling her what cards to his startled glance "You are going '
mission of inquiry, with three I if we're ever separated I shantdare with him We're In a tight cornerEveryone's .
.,. U A. Fisher'' Pastor \, forward hut political/ ambtflon. I play. She stopped her game when to be taken care of by Aunt Ben ,
Her letter of invitation unan judges to Investigate the charges to write to you You'd never eyes are on us We've
-10 a. m. Katie entered the drawing room, and me Will you puck his things, S
{Sunday School ", u treil. Katie manage to meet made by the newspaper and also rend the letters What am I to do got to stand together and make no
11 a. m. in white evening dress, wearing Mr. Campbell ? The secretary discreetly -
Worship-- Parnell at the House of Commons
Morning the political activities of the member with this one ?" She took the I letter t- mistakes. Willie O'Shea/! sits with
7:13 m. and learns that he had white roses disappeared: Into the bed-
: p.
League
F.p .'ortU and been struck by herat from Cork and his fellow- to him. the Conservativesmakes fun of
Evening Worship-8 p. m. seen the her opera a week before He members whoso names are mentioned "'\ look very grand, Katie" room."Katie. "I don.t know He spells agriculture the Irish Not one In the Party

Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 'Kccpft her invitation, but ann In I the I letters." Slid Clara, "for an Informal dinner : what does this mean ? with two g's right in thepc..n" has any use for him. And you're i f
>'gent meiitaga recalls him' to I with three women and one man:" Your coming here" '
8 Bitter words were flung at the line.\ I can't read any further living in his! house. :
yumare Invited to all these serv- London Learning' just aha and ao O'Shra dinner are starts lit House Leader by outraged Irish I "I think she looks very nice" observed "It means I couldn't knowthat j ." "Where I live, Michael Is my

hrt \ni apat, he tlerlaren hit lava members Parnell however, askedquietly Aunt Ben.'hat's you were 111 and not be* with "You are absurd! Whoever It business--and mine alone. .

-Church for tier, and anki hr la betirva. : "The government answer "\\ the betting on his.. turning you" j I was forged the Phoenix Park let "Very mell," shrugged Davitt. .
Presbyterian' the r/>e n..rtI'y I
it ham "olin story "You said we mustn't meet JIbe >
George H. Lowry Pastor: ./,,/ paper' trill cnrricharging to my request for an Investigation up tonight? asked Clara. ters cant have known you very "I've said what I canoe to suy. Ill
Rev Services: him mill roiponstWltt'i, fir fiefioenlj I as to who wrote those letters "No betting" said Aunt Ben again I well to allow mistakes In spelling! getting back to town."

Sunday. Sabbath School. Park murders in Dublin. then Is to place me and my I tartly "He 11 turn up." "I know, I thought that. Now "That ought to clear me If antething (To bo. continued\ )

,000 a m. Worship. colleagues on trial'" ,I ""\'hl\t makes you think so, Aunt all that matters Is that you get could But the commission _..
Morning ----- ---
m.
noo" a. People's Vesper "The honorable member Is Ben ?" asked Katie with a slightly wellthat you be properly taken ,doesn't know me as well as you do, The diorama built In
4 "jo p. m. Young < huptrr Fl 1\ p of." largest ever
Service taken" sail the leader with nils-I guilty smile. care"There's more than that thato1th.MI. though they ought to after nearly I displayed! by Florida! Exhibits at

Sermonette by Pastor. DE'ISIONFrom critical suavity "This Is no "I just think he wilt Clara my Parnell ,, three weeks of sitting. To imagine the Great Lakes Exposition,
urgently
Service: -- tut the offer of a commission of dear, will you get my black lace \ said I'd spell\! hesitancy and! with e!'
Midweek I -
Inquiry The honorable member Is shawl It s In the wardrobe in my "We must be together always.That's .1 "Charles, Is there no clue ? Havethey '
Mission Study HI S ! .30 m. matters""Howe J
7 p a seat In the ladies' gal- what I I I
loom" When Clara had the found out nothing
Service. at liberty to i reject the offer. \ gone j
Prayer .
m. '
830P lery of the House! of Commons. can we be ? .
-- "I will It Par- old lady bent a shrewd look upon "Nothing yet No 203-..Due Starke 3.13 .
Katie O'Shea watched with tense uccept responded "Listen my darling. I'm not asking : p m. i'
Church "Can I to court tomorrow
I Katie't'll ?
It..WBlld Baptist I emotion the scene taking place on neil, arousing a new uproar of anger to start a love affair with Kl1 No 207- .Due! Starke 11 :45: pm ,
K.I, U and! resentment fiom his follow. I Starke 12:13
before
Bible the floor. Sha had not been able to me I want you in my wife ." pm.
every Sunday what Clara calls a 'twinge after letters if it's tiny 1 lielp to yoii"You've
As the Irish members Nt>, 201 Due :Starke 10 20
ers. pouredout :: : a m.
will
world. O'Shea
that the the :
Study 10:13: a. m. Services at 3:30: stay away, knowing newspaper of the Chamber dinner and get her to put me to : dl\'or'l'i helped me more than I NortblHiuiiU
a telegramwas
of Parnell's ,
in afternoon. charge complicity bed you. can say but I hate chaining you to
oclmk: I No. 20.J
Due Starke {
-- 1 RO
in the Phoenix Park murders delivered to Parnell advisinghim "Why should I do that ? I've told 'Don t you: think tee begged forth a desk like this Whit 1It. : p m.
No. 201 Due
BETHEL \PT1ST CHURCH: would have a savage repercussion that the Irish were rising I him that we mustn't meet again., it' Besides! you wouldn't have Nora? he asked the maid! who No. -- Starke 4.13: : p.m.

Kev, L. .\. Donnley, Pastor in the House again against their oppressors. He "What did! he say ?' ny world with me as your wife I I hoxitated in the dix, > '" ny. No :20 20(1! *--Duo Due Starke Starke 9.13 3:.33 p_m.

Service every first Sunday. A Conservative member, whom looked up from reading the mes- "That we'd talk tonight Every peasant, from Cork to Ulster "" x'uce: me, sit, but Mr. Du- a.m.
No. 214
Due' Ht.irki- 8 O1:} .
Sunday School 2:30 p. m she did not know, was addressingthe sage just as Katie O'Shea came "Then I'd better have my would:! be told that you had stolen I vi tt.s here." I Starke : a m.

Bible Study and Prayer Service", House "What do these letters down the stairs from the ladies' twinge." :'ils wife." "I>avltt! Show him In," Bus Agent/ : Beaalsy'Hopposite
Service
every Saturday:: night.St reveal ?" he shouted. "They reveal gallery furtively as though tryingto "No. All this week I have struggled "They would follow me Will\ Katie quickly made !an excuseto house Station, court

Church the fact that the murders, which escape unseen He went quicklyto with to know what I you ?"
Mark' Episcopal myself I leave, for Davltt let It he apparent
Morning prayer and Sermon on have shocked the whole civilized her. should do. I do know. There's only "If It won't harm you." that he wanted! her ab-
I
and fourth Sundays at < Seeks
the second sence.

11 a m Holy Communion Saints "You're in good spirits, Mr. Par MalariaI.

pays\ at 1() a- m. Litany and choir' I nell. No one would think to look at 6 6 6 3 d.nCOLDS

pnctice every Friday night at 7:30: ,4j + you that you were going/ through a
I
p IU. trial, practically for your life The
-- papers calling its two last nittiesses hL1Uln 'TttIl,14'1'aire' d."!,
Christian. Church I ALH04K> ".. .. .. air
don't shake .
tomorrow If we atlUIl' :z; .;..
Services at the Christian Church them about the letters really Implicate Trr "Ituh.M r-Tlam"-Wsrld'. Sleet
and Llnl.....
every Sunday morning evening e someone, then

ai eleven and seven o'clock respectively 'f r "Th n we're lout I know You

JJjIrrg (li
I j I 'rys that. VV,hit did you com fur" '

Kjuiili lake Bnptlht Church I "\\'han' you leaving here _2ed. I

Rev Ivan Bohatman, Pastor "Lt>avin '" queried! Parnell In

rreachlnij services every fourth surprise) "I hailri't. thought of .

Sunday, 10:30: o'clock A. M. I leaving : ;

"You muht
va iA
I 'Ami since when do you give me t'ti G e 1t,
orders'1 frowned' Purnell&HFAUH ) ,
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BOB JONESComments ua r 'tii. .
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5 A dependable prescription for CoMe

"My business Is to preach to I I Chill,Fever,Malarlaanit / JACKSONVILLE )

honest doubters" a young egotistical hank At drug tores 25corsend stamps to
said to me you. Thtrt's no .oat....... Drus CoJacksonvilleFLAt
bookish preacher I lovely milk," OARNCTI ANDREWS M.n.t. I
such
said thing as --- --
when ro'a a young evangelist "So you've decided : 1. 1 Parnell saul.: '
Alt ti Ben, sympathy and a I IMIOY SUMMER COMFORT N ifc.
There an no honest doubters, I in her voice. < sdanger Your.Service cads,, fl,.proof houl In tfi. Fun of down*
I co'nmisciatton ,
make that statementon 1.y -. towo I.d"ondl.. Eras roam wilft tub 4mlhowor I I
replied I and disaster: ahead! of u,. And. yourself I II. raft es.., coding Un, r*dia, it t(. the authority of Jesus Jesus !, .- I know that I tel I Mywelf! la you now I love .mv d.o.66ar Bid with Innatan/, "
nail: ,. 'H. that willeth to do my i I k: of cullou:;! "What male you come here ?" I' if we RO on. I een..d rtcdmf l tie i p. Runninf >cMt .
the WOI she went Into his UI ms,
'world! were not tnvself that tell you but I know you As floofAl j
In I OA every ,1,1I
doctrine .
will shall Know of the i of a "I had to know what happenedShe I ,
result "
the bin kiss thi
and return
I! assassins, but were too, if I try to tell him. Shlapsed to receive : CONOltlONfOCOOIAII
other w fl"<- If a man wills to do started to then turned bach .
I go lOUNGC COMIC SNOT
conspiiacjland the
diabolical from her breast to
fell
1 :
I I I cold-blooded, Into Hilt'rue. 10 ea t'
the \\11.f\ God God will not leave hatched nnc! In unvjetyhat does it mean' ., I DINING AND MIETINO DOOMS ,
I I plot conceived!, "You have to tell him Boone flo't unnoticed Ran-Sall. ash ftlv.o B. fi !
him In
  • directed by the man whom .1.1F"al'lIan1cll or Liter I Four nonths passes< qu'cidy: foiI.atle I TIRaewSlOO SO ROOM f 1.MI
    that the Lord struck Paul down on i culls her leader the man who or I they give you an investigation by 1 "1 know but I'in weak enougii : ( Shea and P.u'OI'Ii. She hlel< I I 40 ReeM II00 14 ROOM 13 SOI
    the road to Damascus. Paul was ; asked" ; \MIII \MKltfC\N I l. lavlo IMM Witt MMW $.d I40O '
    ,, as
    I I fl r of the House: his pro you i enough to want it to relater c cra.: tureJ: heisclf his nurse BII.Ihclrr. [
    In the I and W( m in Gtr AM (SLUMBennett's ( > an honest tmn. He was living tented in hurittlniuntous ho>ir.. He\ led her into his private She started us the hai watched him ifgam hit '; ;
    ortlc'e'l .,
    tintPaul [ I t .1oosei4.
    all God knew 1
    good miclence. pg.iiiiHt vlIt'l\co, stud courage, and \Ve can talk ht'l e. The Cn krmcher i n the door sounded. A health helped' in the preparation Serv. Sta. n 111 *Allan W BOItl OIIOIOOi '

    would not be untrue to n with tears in his voice begged pity lives prefer to bring us before, flush spread over her fate. Cut for hiM trial I before the House. com .\M; l) it'N'tl ROOM: .i nT L..r.k o. i iIr I II

    heavenlylslon so He gave him a ,: for! his Innocent cuuntr.menIChalles judges who have power to sentence I It was Nora who entered, hearing u m'sion.' She hut her e-iiH to tin I ,\

    heat enly vision Dr. Tot rey used i l Stewart Parnell1"! is if we should he found guilty" telegram KatiE: tore It open' '> her gtssip.!| Her sister Clan however, I -- -- !

    U say If my Infidel will get down Yells und cries of resentmentand Ciunding you as a criminal already .ace paling und read, it."Aunt was not able to do that seeking : 'tl;!

    on) his knees and say, "Oh, Cod If'' tlerlslcn from the Irish members !! Is all this ii !plot to destioyou I Ben'! lle'a III in London distraction and ro'npiinfnii'ihip: outside I 1 '

    there is a God and If Jesus Is Your ;I met the Hpeaktr's charge ? It's monstrous. Deliberately This is.. from his secretary I must: I tilt houxe Even in chinch orSundays I for Expert RepairingSmith's (

    Son and if He died on the cross to while English members cried for fabricating rharges!" go to him Oh, I know It's muJOi she was conscious of tin

    ave me and You will reveal it ITme. !: order 1 lie uproar had only partially "You do know that they're 's-4. but he's ill and I must go tu I sly giances cast her way, of tht. I "

    I will\ trust Him as my Sa\lor" subsided l when Parnell arose false ?" he naked gently. I him'!" whisperings( On this \particular

    he will get up a Christian with I but at sight of him, a "Of course I know. But what are. "So you've deckled," rail Aunt Sunday she broke out fretfully to:

    out any doubts! I am confident Dr,, lone to reply, majectic figure bearing the you going to do ? Ben, sympathy und commiseration Aunt Pen as soon aa they cnteie''. Garage I f'

    Tuney was right. ,I brunt of such outrageous charges,, "Prepare our case.' But first I'vetot ,n her voice. the hou.le.

    tumult wus huddenly quieted. : to go to Ireland now, to. "I say It's a scandal! Four

    "Do you see that fine looking the"Mr. Speaker, sir," began Par light. But I shall be back on Tu....- (.It 'p?t'I' 1 Six nonths now he's boon living ir Phone 120

    man standing at the end of the I I nell quietly. "The charges of the Jay, just In time to change and this house I cun't think" what Wllle's -

    seat In the middle section to the honorable member are false The ome to Eitlrim for that dinner I ('ONV.tLl'rNT: I'.l.rHM: doing to allow It! Wrecker Service Day or Night
    '
    "Cant ? Hes waiting to s0e II
    right" a minister said to the letters upon which he bases those misled last night. If you'll repeat: you '
    I i ., v. a. the cat a going( : to jump I
    writer one time as they sat together charges are forged My signature the Invitation. f"mpbti.: : Purnells secretary, If the commission's findings shouU __ ...

    on a platform In a big tabernacle appended to them Is forged. I do ..t:", I clln't.Ve mustn't meet was walking nervously bai.< ai not be favorable! to Mr, Parnell
    Just before I to delivera word for I had to come today to of the Irish I
    was not ask that you take my again. forth In I the sting room Willie will be as outraged aa you ,
    mensige to men only "Well, he that. What I do askwhat I demand know what happened but I didn't Ira !er's lodgings, when the door are It he should be vindicated,, .'!,

    la the biggest Infidel in this state. as a member of the House, mean to see you." opened and Katie O'Shea, her white Willie will be the first to boast of '

    I never saw him In church before," unjustly accused-Is to be clearedby Parnell looked at her in surprise. pirty dress with the roses at herbreast hiving sheltered Parnell when he I I "":j

    the minister, saki I asked God tohelp this House. I ask that a select "Has: he so much power over you ? revealed by the open cape was sick with the world against M 1

    In!: preach straight to that committee of this House be appointed Your husband When I came Into she: wore entered The secretary him."

    young man. In my Berman I saidseveral to investigate not the 'he House today, he cut me. I'm a cried her name In surprise. ""0 connive at his wn wife's

    | times something like this. charges Implied by these letters-. branded min no use to him any "How I.I.* he ?" she asked tremul carryings on!" cried Clara.

    "You Infidel In this audience, you but the real authorship of the let- longer. So--no mote dinner ously. "Why shouldn't Katie have a

    have the big-head. You need not ters themselves..' An excited Brit- ties. He tells you now not to par-I I "The doctor's with him now. I sweat In the- house ? I'm old enoughto

    be strutting You say you can't sher cried "Hypocrite! and Par- vite me again, nnd we sent for him I should apologiseMr. be a respectable chaperon- -ant!

    helievt, Yon can 'believe. The nell continued: "Hypocrisy I think, meet again'! Is that It 1"I I Parnell did not know I wired alarming enough, as you'll find outf C

    trouble l la not In your head. There is one charge that so far has not "No!" she cried passionately. I! you as I did. He told me to say you don t keep that silly goHalp- -r

    >Is nothing in it, The tr ruble U In been brought against me." "Was I a fool last night ? Have he was. 'delayed.' What I hoped ng tongue of your still" Ir

    your against you I been wrong from the beginningto do was to wire back to say entered with of
    heart It Is as black as midnight "Suppose it's proved you'd Katie a glass:
    ask for ?" I believe In you that other you shouldn't come. He needs a rest and Clara -'__ ..
    You know you are an old by! this committee you he milk for her patient, _' '
    sinner God didn't ask for your said another member. "Suppose'' I'd seen and dreamed ofthe woman not- HO badly. The trip to Irtluml, his Jounced out of the room. Mrs __*_

    head, What does He want with It? are the author after all?" with white" roses You're strenuous work there exhausted vVood accompanied Katie Into the

    rf you will give God your heart you"I am not the author continued wearing them! him." hawing( room where Mr. Parnell .

    He will straighten your head out. the Irish leader. "But If I should "I was In a hurry. There wusn t The doctor came out- of ParnHl's mt In an easy chair a bundle of '
    : wanted to be here, for : iheB.VBY
    I
    You are suffering from heart 'of: proved so- I say PROVED so time." I bed room and Katie repeated to papers In his lap : 1

    trouhle." At the close of the ser- -then I im no better thin the you. want I him her question to the secretary: i omelovely- milk fur you,
    ? Or did
    mon I gave the Invitation. The murderers themselves I should "Is that true you "Nervous exhaustion, with a Charles," said I Katie gaily.

    !Infidel was the first man forward. deserve their fate, and be preparedto to come here' as the wife of Cap- ; heart that's not too good. Not dan- ; "No, thank you. There's no iI

    At the close of the service with I I' meet It. The gallows should be tain O'Shea no1"! ? she cried, "Not us I serous; but he needs to rest I ve such thing an lovely milk"

    tea: now Ing down his face he aised again for me" that"No! You must believe me, as I told him to stay In bed until tomorow. "- Please: Charles, drink it. Don't I An exceptional "*lj.l Consists of

    8al0"Iob< : when I lifted tin my I: As Katie O'Shea leaned forward lust night I POPS he live here till alone ? make me hlto go through thlr loose teat ledger bind<>r. 200 ledger )

    rIght' foot' to I horror-stricken at Purnell's words, believed in you Campbell lowered his head In as- every day! heeta end A-E, 26 division leather
    make the first step alI !
    too Lid the I she saw :Mr. Smith. the leader of "Will you prove It tu me rent "He xhouldn t not In a place I "Oh very well." He gulped It tab Index. Bound la durable Imitationl.eth.r
    front doubt
    every I Intend to prove my Innocence I II colors lad or black: St..l
    * turn to Parnell from a 'ike this Is there no place he could lown as though It were medicine
    had dissolved like mist be- tfp: blouse : I lockm d."a ..
    "How can I do that? I back: with automatic : ? :
    1 with Sir would be taken care Mrs, Wood. I want to tell thai
    fl consultation he you
    <)" he morning sun." Don't I let l,I ..vhlspored I "By letting me come on TuesdiyWe I ;a where Push button for quick opening, no key required. Sheet tie white
    lh< b: -talking Infidels! bother Richard Webster: the Attorney- I can talk then. There Isn't time '>f?" 'ou and your niece are the great Uorydale ledger paper, 24 lubalance. Sheet Ue 6 II 9J$ inches.N .
    YI' I "There's my house" cried Katie 'st pair of bullies! I have ever
    '
    have hundreds' General
    think that
    of them
    seen !! If still then
    **' At tht root of every doubt' "Mr Speaker sir," he said tha now.shouliln you meet again, you can i Impulsively "It's In the rountrv nown. And the greatest pair, of "" Y. If.., D.p'' 'nee..h
    Is not prepared to we '-led{ be. taken care of theie. I'd ladings, too "
    JlT l I. a sin of kind Pull government I ? lie waved ,; O..mt-Red S-I.OO
    some till me. May come 020008 Ruby Led'.r
    "P trip< I the honotable member's request 'oak' after him, -my aunt und I. "AnJ now Mr, parn..l.1 I'll tell r
    Hin and the doubt comes grant away hla secretary, Campbell, who )I 020007 Ruby L.dq.t OaNit,-Black 4.00BRADFORDCOUNTYTELEGR
    wit! ,tCuring for the appointment of a his cab was wait "That's whit he needs" avid the rc/u something.! I do-it much likefiring

    _.__ I If I committee of members. of this I cme up to nay ?" I, Doctor. "lIe won't "do it for : called :Mrs. V.'ood by people
    I come
    He could not make him ling. "May I telf, "I'll leave you to him-I that I'm fend of." JHw
    1935, Canada exported House. nodded slightly. "I mustn't I
    !srtMt.000 heard further for the tumult I I She He them a brief lie reached out his arm anJ .
    h apple. to the value of |9i. I l self raised by Irish. and Liberal mem keep you You must go.1' It'm! gave




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    Y.\iF. I'JGllf' BRADroitD COUNTY TELEGKAPH. STARKK.' FIX>RIDV ._ _.KKIDAV.An.iv.. ?, ,Itlt
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    WPA- -QUOTA HERE I LIBRARYFUNDApproved I COMPANY HOME SCHOOL AUDIT'COMPLETE

    Bradford County TelegraphEstablished TheLetter RAISED TEN FROM CAMP


    !' 1877 L Box] INCREASE ORDERED BY DI- Twenty-one members; of the local RESULTS FILET 1 "
    I
    RECTOR W. W. IVYALL Headquarters Company, sec LAHASSKKHFRF :

    M1 PBER.LORIDAPRESS JV I PLACES TAKEN ROOSEVELTEXACT ond Battalion 124th Infantry returned LA ,

    ASSOCIATIONS v BY Sunday afternoon at 1:45: L. L. Wan'en, m'.
    > AND Tilt I'CTI'REStarke
    > I !ooT.\mu: Bradford County's WPA Jabor
    Fla. I o'clock from their annual camp, engaged" In auditing
    ,
    J' 5 9 1937 quota tills week was Increased by this year held at Fort McClellan, the office of Count-. u
    :10'UUaAd 3Lotida _' August ten men according to Information AMOUNT WILL DEPEND Alabama. dent of Public Inst itt.

    i1t Editor TelegraphDear received here yesterday by local ON' WPA ALLOCATION The company packed Its trucks Griffis left Saturlia'J'

    ' Published Weekly on "Fridays! and Entered as Second Class Sir: officials The increase was ordered FOR STATEIt Friday night, July 23 and after a Tallahassee, where n ,reins
    W. W. Green Cove
    Lust week the write-up concernIng by Ivey breakfast Sat tor several days
    o'clock lie
    6:00 I ,
    Florida :
    . Mutter: at t the IW Office at Htarke. "A Building; Boom'" was timely. Springs director of the WPA district was learned Wednesday that urday hearty morning the journey began. work In CrawforUvili! '.rtn

    'I We In Starke are apt to accept In which Bradford'County Is President Roosevelt has approvedWPA The route was through Lake City, record audits there ii. 'ail

    I ", E. L. :Matthews. _ _. ___________Editor and Owner theRe facts In a luke-warm: way Included.It I project number 20020 spon- \ and Valdosta, Ga, to Tlfton, where ed here by Mrs. War, ""as who JOj

    I and escape the home-town thrill Is said that the entire quota Is sored, by the city of Starke to keep the company halted for dinner. The companied him to tin tat

    , 8UBSCIUI"f1 KATE that should be ours whenever actual filled, and vacancies will occur onlyin the local library In operation. The afternoon saw them throughMacon 4 The audit bas been '

    ' ;y Yearly, $1.:>0; Six :Months! 75c: -Payable in Advance town improvements are underway case of a client obtaining private 111 probable amount of the allocationIs to Barnesville-., where 'the state auditing depart to Taj t t'Jr

    ;. \Ihertlsn: ?; Hates on Application for a employment length of time, or that becoming will permit $456, but the exact amount will boys at supper, and blvouaced In lahassee. Copies of it '' flc I

    . \ 'Ti I for one do not crave the return consideration of other clients of course depend, largely upon the the gymnasium of the Gordon Mil- at a later date In the >1'S, 'f th
    1 of a boom. It has been the total amount allotted for' WPA itary Academy 'The next atop clerk of the circuit 001
    WE KNOW WHEN THE JOKE'S ON US whose applications are in the triO t e,
    experience in the past that a boom projects In Florida. after passing through Atlanta was superintendent of sch

    . : I( The Tallahassee Democrat in a recent editorial, enjoyed unbalances everybody first with a hands All of of the lhe'county's local WPA.workers are The very fact that the president Heflin, Ala., where the companyate ..'

    .: i i a good laugh at its own expense recounting a few of the typographical rush that carries us off our men- busy on road projects. Previously has signed the project makes It dinner and a little later arrived NEGRO SCHOOLS

    ,. errors that have appeared in its columns, affordingglee tal feet and then, after the tidal only ninety men were allowed em- almost certain to be put into opera at the destination Fort McClel- OPEN
    wave and hurly-burly has passed, '' and and officialsare lan Ala. Annlston. MONDAY
    tion city library near.
    this channel In
    and embarrassment: to ployment, through
    of humor :
    with dry'wlth
    to readers: a sense leaves us high and every much more' optimistic than
    that the county, and the Inci'eased quota Sunday afternoon the companywas 700 PUPILS AT'rFM.
    the management: of the tapE'The Democrat concludes possible city distress. "n was obtained through efforts of local they were a wek ago. assigned tents and generally: ONE DIRKCT-*:
    product and it is Our city debt Is}larger a by- The Informution7' in telegram themselves' with the
    there has been a perfect newspaper supervisors and interested a acquainted "!
    i never last Eleven Bin Ton c ,
    boom. It IB, m'("
    % doubtful that: either a magazine or book< has ever been published product however of the the stabilizing Influence workers of the local office from Senator C, O. Andrews, situation while :Monday was spent I I schools began the'r' I 19:' 8: tem nag

    .
    -- -.. --- -.' which read as follows: In the communications school.
    without some flip in text or typography that has given our city governing Monday, August 2, ned I nnou1"rlffj
    ;' I officials the determination to pay I /fttzen AppointedFred "The president has approved Tuesday through Friday morning this week by Supt !
    to say that perhalw:: the was spent In all types of communi-
    Tallahassee goes! on WPA project 20020 sponsored by
    I. F. Thu paper up and keep out of debt lu the future Hazen of Brooker Brad With an attemlimc' ypror
    ' most amusing error it ever made was in a headline carried I ford County representative! In the ''city of ,Starke calling for federal cations practice.. mately 700 tequiiltigteachers lily.,.
    ; contribution of $456 to provide em- I Friday afternoon there was a one of the bt
    which dealt with local l con-
    item a past session of the legislature has mina
    several : ago over an It Is the one reason for holdingout
    . : years to the effect that "Miss: So and Soand as our ultimate Ideal a city free been appointed an Inspector with, ployment for needy professional regimental parade by the 124th anticipated Slmmli Hmtrr, ,
    The wording was clerical
    educational and
    test. morning an
    ; persons I regiment. Saturday twenty-second membe,
    of taxes. This gowill/ be the State Railroad Commission. He > 'he nj
    and Neck. All that was omitted city who will assist in and of field
    I :Miss! This and That, Neck realized unless some condition assumed his duties\ the first of the i organizing inspection equipment was gro school educational pi' sonnel

    t' ,' was:: the little word "are," making it sound as if the young forces a new Issue of improvementbonds. month. I operating library services for the made by Brigadier-General J. D. the county Is employed a.. lee I ,>
    Starke public library Though definite Pearsons and the local company teacher whose
    duties
    their evenings indulging in a popular Another boom would perhaps N consist of i.
    ladies in question! spent I allocation of funds and
    ; do this. Therefore I hold we PENSION PLAN PHOt'IDEM depend Wall complimented for neatness pervislon of school wot, ks md gIn
    ? but not usually advertised pastime. The Democrat tells largely upon the total allocation to cleanliness. Saturday afternoon a crab instruction for the
    i, all will be much better situated If NO FLAT SUM aunty i
    on itself further and states that when a prominent citizen died normal expansion con- the state the fact that the presi brigade parade by the 124th and gro school system.

    1 in Tallahassee recently it was written that he had been "idle tinues.present The city welcomes and can I (Continued from Page One) dent has signed the project placesIt 167th regiments was reviewed and ..
    in favorable position for definite among the persons in the review-
    for some time" instead of "ill for some time." handle comfortably Increases of the consideration sometime within the Ing stand were Mrs. Fred p Cone GUM BAl.CHMIIIII ,
    r harm is done present type without disturbing financial boarding homes providing special future. and the Governor of Alabama. Elizabeth tlurn.igp, Cor. |
    ''i Such slips are amusing and usually no ex- balance or objectives.The child welfare services In near

    cept to cause further mental anguish in a more or less degree three residences now under tlon with the United coopera'i "Charles O. Andrews, Monday, August 2, more com- Mr. and Mra. A. J. WUldms!

    + i : to some already harassed proofreader. It is of some consolation construction are attractivesub- dren's Bureau, selecting U. S. Senator' ,." munications practice was engagedIn Mrs Louise Denmark of lack!)
    CCC certifying applicants' by the local unit and on Tues-
    4 know that the large stantial Improvements. They trans- camps vllle were the guests of Mr. a
    ' to the little weekly newspaper to form a vacant lot Into beautiful for WPA and NYA:'and providing Baby Fires PistolMrs. day they began a two-day outln,' Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday

    I to daily is just as apt to make a ridiculous mistake as anybodyelse. home sites. Two of them will be various other services. The cost Ethan Sapp.'of New River In the mountains, to practice all Mrs.. R. M. Johnson and dung
    of administering all of These programs types of message sending and receiving
    ter, Ellen and son were vlnlt'rj'
    occupied by families who are com ahoul- !
    shot the
    was through right
    I under
    and services must also come I stress.
    excellent ing to Starke from ,other placesto accord-] Mr. and Mra. A. D. Not mm Sj-T:
    headline in that der late Tuesday afternoon,
    We recently: came across a from the atate appropriation with .
    .Thursday morning more communications
    4 Commercial that caused us to chuckle make their permanent homes. the exception of a small amount Ing to reports received here, by her I urday night.
    held and
    The Leesburg I I practice was
    weekly I business
    The conditions their three-year-old baby, believed to Miss Hazel Sapp! has relnn.,
    although it might not have struck anyone else as being funny call for are present here; the surroundings provided ment which by may the federal be used govern towardthe have taken a thirty-eight calible i I In the afterroon another brigade home after spending two weeks n

    And Elect Elders About meet their fancy and f i iI parade passed In review. Friday Jacksonville with relatives.!
    %; at all. It said : "Presbyterians Eat ; adminsitratlon of old age assistance pistol owned by the family from morning all the beys mustered for
    Starke will benefit by taking on either dresser from under a'' Mrs. Audrey Not man and i a
    Presbyterians a or <
    of of -
    upright and aid to the blind.
    The mental picture a group I I
    60 Present ; pay ( some more and some less)
    It is also
    ; these substantial people. pillow on one of the beds and accidentally Harley spent!! last week with be
    ruthlessly eating their elders is something that hits pleasant to find our editor among It is expected, however, that the discharging it while inside and Friday afternoon were "at mother, Mrs. H. M. McK.ieThere
    I State Board will be able to make I I "
    lr' our funnybone every time we think about it. They might at the home builders. To him this than the house. The bullet had to' ease. Friday night the trucks will be a cemetery working !
    more adequate payments waa
    hat always been home. Now he reach were repacked ready for the begin at Dyal Cemetery August t :20>>
    ) least have been considerate enough to elect them first.:: fixed in possible under the temporary plan pass through two walls to i ning of the return trip next morning \

    ty And then during the recent session of the Legislature it the finds matter himself of permanently business and family in effect between October and Mrs. Sapp who was sitting After on the i Saturday a. m. the companygot
    front porch banister. pass I A theater In Bethel. Alaska
    June, when funds to match the fed- t
    + a six o'clock start, ate breakfast -
    was no less:: than the always careful Florida Times-Union that and a home Is the natural result eral grant were provided by the ing completely through the vic at an admission fee of one smoke!
    11 Heflin Ala., dinner at
    * austerely announced : "Closed Season Asked On Muskrats in and altogether fine. i' respective counties. Mr. Taylor declared tim's shoulder the bullet dropped' Barnesville, Ga., and blvouaced for i, salmon for its Eskimo patrons

    ' shock to These three pretty homes, scat All district welfare boards I to the floor. The wound was treated .
    caused
    Senate. This headline probably a nervous the night at Cordele where most of .
    tered about town, (also one built by Dr. W. E. Mlddleton.FirttfCotton !OTICR OF APPI.K rtlnOH >
    serious-minded voters' making them won- he said are now receiving the I the boys went "Jookln' *' at "The I .' T'x i>.:it: >
    411, many of our more last year by our City Clerk) stand cases of 11,000 persons who received Carloco." After breakfast C..e.... Hill /*... lull:
    t der just what the people would be sending to the senate next. out In beauty and go'to show thatno assistance under the I Sunday VOTK-K IS HKKKHY ISUhV I .'1"> I II
    temporary I Picked morning in Cordele, travel was begun I IAN. H. "Kd Over a story concerning the fight that the wife of AI one spot has much advantage plan with the view of making such I and dinner was eaten in Lake riite No, 124, I iHnued the (,11.01.0'. |
    aver another. A person may go I The first snowy white bolls of July A, i). 19211. has filed wine,, I if
    Capone is making to secure the return of $52,103.30 in taxes, upward adjustments as are per City, and home came In sight at my office. and huN mud. 11111.II.oUo
    this
    I! almost anywhere about town clean missible. Sea Island cotton to be picked 1:45 far. a tax deed to he lMHtirl ('h."on
    o'clock
    the Gainesville Daily Sun placed the following headline : up a lot and transform a neglectedspot Monthly allowances, Mr. Taylor I(I, season were brought to the Telegraph : p..m. Raid. certificate. embrace I iheru.Ills' / ...

    "Seeks Return of Texas." Now Texas is a pretty big bundle Into a fine home site I amsure pl1lned., are based upon individual office last week by Ossle I While In camp, athletics consisting I ty or dencrlhed Uriidfuiil.property State, uf'hi Klorlitu.nl tlirfnonj,
    I well.known Starke farmer. o' baseball, diamond ball, and wit:
    : the removal of the antiquated Canon! I
    '
    who with it without being seen budgets. These' budgets are Houthenut of V ,tWa'l
    and anybody can getaway swimming were indulged In all, Quarter
    structures on M. F. Brown's lot carefully prepared showing each I|I Me says that the bolls are bursting I by (.1111n, cr of tHertlun 11 T", "n,

    deserves to keep it, we say. / !gas been one of the'greatest clean.ip I person's needs as to rent, food, open at a rapid rate now and he did i matches between companies occa- I shin! 7 !South 40 Ih.n"-2 AIM-CM ,IKteNN. Ka or(t.rontHlnlnir t.
    has had In a long his first real picking of the season sioning much excitement and en- .
    jobs our city
    11 But now that we've told on our conlempot-arieg it would : | clothing medical care light and i I
    time. When he Is through, that yesterday. Several other growersare thusiasm. The nssesm.nt" t " I the light of publicity on our fuel, and incidentals. These needs i erty under the ...11..1w" it b D
    I n't do to stop without shedding en.J I of town will look like it has vary according to the individual beginning to harvest the crop Among the unusual occurranceswas Hued .. In the mime list

    l own faults. The funniest blunder we ever remember seeingin lull a cle"n shave and been given and the costs of supplying these now. Cotton should be cured for at a sit-down strike Sunday' deenied Unless arfonllnr H..I id| c'prllr"'I.to, hu 1 'I.e I Pre r'

    the Telegraph ccurred several years ago when we proudly i new suit of clothesStuike needs vary in relation to prices in least ten days before ginning and I Aug. 1 by the local company with erty de*,'rll>ef1 therein n J> sat

    Attt'ndfoman's Club Meeting Here." has a fine layout, good the community in which the recipient ',, It Is expected that the gin here win I the objectives of three meals per I to hints the. door highest on the hlililer i first .Muntir'Ii, .ur'In'|

    stated : "Large Crow transportation, com m u nicatlon resides. Some persons have be ready to operate by that time.Thl"re day Instead of two. They got the month of I),'t nhel', I't' .
    Fortunately the error was caught before the run was completed ':hoa! ch'irch.-.,. It Is a town I outside; resources which enable bus! been some delay because three. t the 4th City this of llth frtnbPrIhlted Car, "'s11r",," .

    and we were able to supply the missing "d" on the copy where a person may build a home I them to meet some'of these needs j, of the slowness of new parts to ar One of the moat annoying things, I :ID.IT.OKFK'IAI.
    "R4 >
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    (it
    ' delivered to the president::' of the Woman's Club and enjoy every recreation a per themselves. These outside re- rive. though repotted by the returned A J. THOMAS:
    desire as well as find the Isources was the of IMerk of (''riot' "''r'' 'of
    son may I are taken into consideration t voyagers necessity pay- ,.
    '
    lcl'
    received the most kidding about Ma-Letters I Flradford. ( "unl <
    headline that
    we
    The best neighbors to make life pleasant In determining the monthly Wall Ing a one mill tax every time a N-tl-Ct-D-IO _

    was one a year or so ago that proclaimed: "Man Knifed Out paymenta. fickle was spent, and most of the -- .
    tl'IIDAFOR i
    I I All records were broken at the >OTH'H Of APPI11 I
    wanted to know just how a man could All these things being true the In' 111 I boys have some of the. tokens to TAX ttU: :
    of Danger. Everyone natural Is to wonder why For example a person Tallahassee poatofflee T u e a day It.Another. <,He.ate RIM %.... Ian:
    thing
    prove
    be knifed out of danger. We still insist that it would have health would require more for I when H. C. Wall, former Starke Insurance I NOTK'R: IS flFIH: :>>\' (!l\iN.,: TY,'.
    Starke doesn't grow even more medicines than a person In robust I I. interesting scene viewed! 'WH Mrtwards.: .11'., holI..r T |
    heads the
    who
    been a very good headline if the semi-colon between the words rapidly than It Is doing at the present man now by the boys was a sit-down strike Certificate No. 78, iMKiifil the. ','\'JJ
    health. If this person had an income I unemployment compensation divl- August, A. I II. I I""S'. ,h,, .1
    "knifed" and "out" had not been overlooked. time? My opinion la that we of $5 a month from some other In a large silk mill in Annlston. I(I"y..r my office Hurt list ,nm
  • .r rj ,
    aion of the Florida Industrial Commission I" deed 'to >h. I.""'I
    boost the The j plli-ntlon for a tae
    do not advertise and city strikers were peaceful and
    Of the Telegraph and all other newspapers will go source, however, he would be mailed 45.000 letters. They i thereon. HuM pel.,irlfiile ..mlirniTltha
    course, world about Its advan cards I ,,.rIY''I'
    :and tell the to apply that towsI'dmeetlnl' 'I played a majority of the ; following d* 'rl..1 l I' '
    expected that had to be sent ,,, '
    were reports
    eliminate these blunders, Bradford "lute
    the of
    on trying in every possible *ay to tages. Reasonable advertising will his needs, and the monthly time. It seemed. The boys also County
    to on the depart Florida, to-wlt:
    every person
    both serious and funny but in the meanwhile we will not be- attract many homeneekers and payment would not be as large as I ment's mailing list who employedone reported that the War Department I HoutheaHt: Quarter of 2.1:; N' '"""J'JIQuarter ''
    Section
    grudge our readers a few chuckles every time they come when we become a tax-free: city It would have been had he had no or more persona during 1930 or maintains an open air picture South, of Itanae 22 lOn-t: tT"wtomi, '
    this will draw others. whatever. I show, attended every night by Acre, more or >
    We all make mistakes and if we can get a good outside resources 1937. 1:0: emiment of I 11"I:: I Ir. I"ur" ,.
    across one. From an economic standpoint some movie "fsna" In the company.On sold ...., I[ nsuCnlrxsasaid "
    .
    Old assistance it wall ex- erty under the
    ..
    laugh out of an error then to err is not only human but we what we really need is to have a age the last day of camp a Kangaroo -! Ihe nll".r, 'nknc"" 'n"|
    is not relief and .hull b'
    family 181
    located here. plaint I Get Tax Refund cerllfl-''i' .
    court held ,
    manufacturing plant was the old
    by
    "
    might almost worthwhile. not baaed upon the number of dependent deemed 1 1.1" llreP5"'
    say I scrlbedltl.ri'Ii
    would utilize the help members and I % will' >
    This spare Union County taxpayers will get camp the rookies, erty I! '
    have. A r"u'
    a recipient may bidder. nl '"It
    -o ti the highest ,
    :hat Is now available and turn over I man and wife may receive assistance u 92,864 refund as a part of the (those never attending camp houxe door on the firnt :M"n'L"the .
    ARE FOREST FIRES AS BLACK AS PAINTED? ach week a payroll from factory If they are both eligible but payment they made to the! county fore) were hauled up for be-I month of Octoher.. Ie'1 In"Hated l.v.h'h'''
    .
    The Telegraph, like the Leesburg Commercial, in willing earnings Instead of the WPA or relief the needs of other persona In the I t when an extra mlllige sent the ing. This part of the ritual Is a the .4th day this of loth rx.-tol.er.dIlY"' 10s9 0 "

    to listen to both sides of a question and having listened::' It beginning work. There to have is to nothing accept so char-depressing I family group cannot be taken Into I[regular\ levy to seventy-four during cret Graham but returned it was noticed minus hla that Bill 1 1 terTIIF'FICiAI._ "":."' ..'
    as consideration In determining the'. the year 1934. The extra mil. "Casa. A. J. THOMAS I. Id
    to wonder just who is right on the forest fire question ity; nothing more satisfying than amounts of the aaalstance pay i I age was later cut and a bill to refund nova" mustache. Other rookies (Bradford't..rk of (('l'Iro'ull>Ilnl)' 1'Irbt d,.

    -those::' who advocate woods burning or those who denounce the sense of independence coming meat. this tax to those who had paid were Billy Long, Billy Powell" and S-13-BI-8-I9: >>

    it. The Commercial states that for years it has believed and :rum honest work. Starke baa a It was passed by the 1 lint' legisla J. D. Grlffls. ,

    , lead supply of labor, both men and ture. One hundred and one tax The local company, which specializes : CABS CUBANKII 11'
    woods burning I is dangerous and thorltles would come to the rescue.
    declared that promiscuous small industrial In
    to a.
    women, operate payer will benefit by the refund. communications was tar:
    Your
    detrimental to reforestation, but that a recent issue of The t plant. With these workers In sober reality worse'starvation, however, animmeesurably Is .. highly commended by Major R. G. I Washed Do You Want er PolUhed IfI

    Florida Cattleman carries an article that throws some doubt regularly employed our merchants MRS. AWE MOODY White Colonel Preston Ayers, and I Yon Do Me"<.. -
    effects of added being practiced by ever so many
    vould feel the Brigadier-General J. D. Pearsons
    established fact*. Mrs Allie Moody 38. native of ARTHUR SWANS/v1
    and
    what considered families among us throughout
    were : Institution for
    upon evenue and every city carrying on efficiently withouta ,
    This article backs p..itll1aasertionll1.with the findings of would enjoy the thrill of robust the land. These families are starving her Lawtey home died In Jacksonville late Tuesday following night at communications officer aa Lt. Kt I. Boa 2., Lint ,

    the McNeil experimental station in civic health their children spiritually by H. C. Wall bad a leave of absence I
    fifteen years of study-fey making no effort to teach them a brief Illness. She was born at
    after completing Those
    that "controlled burning" of the Our boys and girls, Lawtey, moving to Jacksonville attending camp were Lt.
    Mississippi and declares God' Word or In any way to acquaint
    find
    -- high school, could employment T.. T. Long; Staff Sergeant Sam CATTLE
    woods is beneficial in many ways ; that it keeps down growth I at home and not have to them with God that theymll'ht j: about member eight of the years Methodist ago She Church.was a Alvares; First Sergeant A. E. RANGE

    like gallberry and scrub oak that smother out the pine ; thatit lepart to distant locations for selling learn to know him and love Mrs. Moody Is survived by her Wall Jr.; Supply Sergeant Gratton BEEF STOCK
    him and determine to serve him In '
    insects that it affords quail better their services. If we could widower, John Moody five Cooper; Sergeants Richard Thede DAIRY COWS
    destroys injurious ; 'sold our young people In this way, their lives. Very many of these I ; daughters and Harry Tison; Corporals James

    feeding grounds; and finally, that it keeps disastrous summer the city would grow from internal families do not send their childrento Clara, Misses and infant Ira. Anna Helen Dennis, Elmo Struth, Bill Graham,

    through and destroying trees after the !increase any Sunday School and those! Moody and two Merrill Struth first MULES
    fires from sweeping cf them who do make no effort I sons Jesse and Charlie Moody all ; class privates,
    winter dropping and accumulation of debris has given plenty \Ve hear of our neighboring whatever to Interest them In the of Jacksonville and her father, Ell I t' L. O. Jones and Victor Thomas; RSfNES
    cities securing factory 'plants. Privates Reece Bradley Lewis Davis |
    Crtffla, and a brother Joe Manuel'
    fuel. lesson for the day that the teach-p
    of ground Why cun't w. Include in our city 'I Billy Long J. D. Griffis, Sullivan
    Grlffls
    residents of
    The Telegraph remembered hearing H. E. Lagergren.. local i if homes the added advantages of er's work might really count in services Lawtey. Funeral Carter Merrill McMillan, Sold
    were held at the And
    their lives
    as they
    grow up.
    , naturalist, make similar assertions several years ago. owe i ome industrial enterprise. Per I grave In the Klngsley Lake Ceme-' Billy Powell John Inman and Merrill Bought
    haps we can. Let's try! I I plead with you parents who I I Edwards.
    article this interesting subject. Ury at 3 P. M. yesterday, with the
    r asked him to prepare an on ) Yours truly, may read this to cease this tragic --- .. CarltonLTvestocx
    I -
    , He obliged with a very informative piece which appears in,!! R. F. Clark. cruelty against those whom you I !Seaxhole Funeral Parlors In charge I Knight On -

    l k's .,_. ---+----- have brought Into the world. i I of arrangements. Vacation
    of this
    another part ""we' paper '1 I :rHOf.S.\M! REINSTARVED!' Count It your highest privilege toso r -----+--- Bradford County Tax Collector F ('hon e
    These new ideas about( burning the woods are so different,', Starke Fla win their tender; hearts the i :Milk kept 'In a roomy shallow I and Mrs C. A. Knight are spend- ,. -

    from those! that have been dinned into us from all sides dur- August 2, 1937.I 'seed of the kingdom." Else you basin will remain, sweeter longer|ling a week's vacation with relatives : .ACKSC.T_a '

    ing the past few years! that we are naturally slow to accept'I Editor Telegraph: may some day shed bitter tears as than If put In a jug.. In Ellijny and other points In Lake City Rd. EJ: ;:..u'"J f"\1"'
    seated In the W. -+-- Georgia. While the office Mond l
    and If even one family among us were they are jailed or away Auction First
    ,( them.' However, if expert foresters are changing over guilty of refusing their children electric chair There are 3,248,834 telephones In .la being kept by Miss. Rosa Mae Month. Private! !l1I1... Farryxa' ;

    are beginning to endorse the idea of "controlled burning" we he necessary physical food great Sincerely yours, Germany, or five phones to every Rowe daughter of Jailor Ben tirea !

    think our readers are entitled to the facts in the case. I cl'y would b. raised, and the au- Ernest Thornquest. 100 persona. Rowe.


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