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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 3, 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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HORTON i QUEER POTATOPLANTED 1 SCHOOL BEGINS I Post Office Bids EXPECT GINNING JUDY JEALOUS- BOARD CUTS

WHEN SIGN WAS' Bids for quarters to! house the OF WOODEN-HEADED CHAR

1 "IN THE FEET," SAYS pout office here will! be receivedby LEY McCARTHY HOLLY

ADDRESSES CLUB, GROWER 1937-38 TERM i in Postal Jacksonville Inspector up M to R.September Morgan I TO BEGIN WOOD NEWS SAYSIt NINE DRIVERS 1 i

J, W Robinson colored funeral 19, it was announced this week. has all the ear marks of being

director of Reno brought a queer Only locations containing about 1- Just another Hollywood publicity FROM BUS LIST
THURSDAYRotary looking object into the Telegraphoffice HERE MONDAYEnrollment I BOO square feet of space will be NEXT WEEK stunt (some strange things are

last week which on second considered and bids must Include l I done in the motion picture capital

I Inspection proved to be a sweet heat light power, water, toilet facilities just to keep names in the papers), '

District Governor I potato but would hardly be recog- of 93t I I plumbing, lighting fixtures I I Season Estimated To I but the following news story concerning Routes of Many Others

nized as such at first glance. This: vault, etc. Leases may be Judy Canova, Starke girl Are Shortened for
Speaks On Aims Of tuber Is almost two feet long and i Pupils Expected fur n period of five or ten years Yield 300 KalesCotton who hits risen to farina an a radio L

Organization has the general shape of some By Officials from December 18 1937. Further stage and motion picture commo- New Term

strange sea-monster Robinson Information may be obtained froma dlenne appeared In Associated

suys he. planted his potatoes when bulletin on display In the post office Press. dispatches (considered reliable -
TEACHERS' SALARIES I I
OPEMNCJ URGEI i I U TO
: : EXERCISES I IN I FARMERS:
WORLD-WIDE I under the date of
HOW ) September
TFII-S "the sign was In the feet, whichhe I I here I ARE MADE I'UIII.IC
AUDITORIUM: 8:45 A.I: USE LOCAL OUTFIT '
PEACH: IS PROMOTED thinks probably accounts for (' I:

S, Horton, of Lake Worth, its strange shape.. Monday morning Labor Day?: COUNTYAIDS Operations will probably begin HOLLYWOOD judy c iiovi! The Board of Public Instruction II 4
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Roland I lint! week cut off nine bus drivers I
week at Starke's cooperative
jovernor of Rotary Inter- will see around 934 students enter; I next hillbilly singer, today broke her engagement if
district ( ': Island cotton it was stated at a saving of approximately $1.-
the guest the Bradford County High and Elementary Spa gin,
was
Florida, CLASSIFYINGOf to Ventriloquist EdgarBergen '
in
national >' the Starke Club ThursL School here, it was estimated :i Bradford yesterday by County Agent T. K. blaming Dummy Chat lieMc'arthy 800 annually and sent all teachers a ain
( honor the (county written notice of the
hindered
school Mc-Clane, Jr. Bad weather -
he made his first official I- for I the cooling of ItI
uhvn claia. from much salaries they might expect to( receive -
picking
Cotton growers
visit to( the organization here. a I I it In re- year romance.: .
luncheon previous records and will exceed SEWINGROOMSAPPROPRIATION this week, but It is believed that this year if they cared to enter
Following: the regular She said she didn't like to "play
100 the return of few days Into contracts with the board. Y
by pupils the total number of u sunny
Horton delivered an Inspiring I I second fiddle" to the woodenheaded -
Mr. c.n. t 'saims for the ANNOUNCEDDEPARTMENT students last year. several growers will soon have little fellow that Bergen made The action followed a report by I
address enough harvested to gin a bale. Mrs. J. P. Warren, clerical a slst- ;
definite exercises
There are three Opening will begin at OF $S5; Into a radio favorite.
tuture 8:30: o'clock when I PER The price shows Indications of ant in the superintendent's office, I
through which Rotarymay pupils will regIster MONTH MADE HY ?'s an obsession with Eddie,
annuls achieve international peace, OF AGRiCULTURE and be assigned to homerooms ]I COMMISSIONERSAt : holding steady at around thirty she added. "He thinks and talks of her conference with officials of

red. These are: expansion. TO MAKE IN- and teachers Instructionsas I 1 cents a pound for number one baled of nothing else but Ctmrlle. the State Auditing Departmentand

*declB and education. SPECTION FREEThe to duties and lessons will be I a meeting! held In the courthouse cotton--slightly higher than was. Bergen and the commedienne the State Board of Educationat .

classification expanding in every given and students will probably]I I here Friday August 20. the realized lust sen son. Growers here first met In New York Since both which It was staled that thus i iboard's

Rotary Is world, and It Is Federal Department of Agriculture receive some of their text books, Board of County Commissioners are estimating the Bradford harvest came to Hollywood he has been budget would not be approved -
the
country International'in goal for this has finally agreed to give which are furnished bythe state. agreed to appropriate $85 a month ut around 300 bales ((400 her constant escort and the,county would not

Rotary the number of classifying or grader service to For the opening chapel exercises 1 for the purpose of continuing operation pounds! each)I. which would mean Their estrangement came to receive any money from the state", iI

year to increase Last 348 new long staple Sea Island cotton L. F. Chapman is expected to ap- of sewing rooms in this a total Income of $36,000 from this light when Miss Canova bulked at mill the transportation! item an
clubs by 500.added. year growers of Florida without the pear as guest speaker. The super I county. Miss Louise Clark director crop. plans! for, posing with Bergen fora ><* lIal.ry,!Itpm wete reduced h

clubs were growers having'to pay fee for the intendent of the State Prison 1 of District ,No One and Miss The county agent's office is urgIng studio photographer to an amount equal to the contribution
Once it was believed that a Ro- grading. Farm will speak on the subject of 'I Ruth Johnson, county supervisor of all growers in this section to "Eddie can stuff his old dummy of state funds: $77,13.1.0'' -

tary Club could not be organized Congressman R. A. Green has "Conservation." Congressman women's work net the board and use the Starke gin, whether or not In his trunk and get In with him," After determining which bus,

in a town as small as 50,000 popu- just received assurance to this effect A. "Lex": Green has also been R.I(I stated that It vould: be necessaryfor they are members of the Coopera she nnnounced, apparently on the routes could be eliminated by haying ,7

htion. but today clubs are being from the chief of the Bureauof vited to be present.All the county to pay for one- live Association Nonmemberswill verge of teats.PRICE. children served by other elst- ; "

orgamnil in communities of small Agricultural Economics, as follows ministers, school officials I I fourth of the materials used in the receive the same ginning privileges -- !ng routes, or by having them walk '

population', he said. : and patrons of the school are Invited county sewing rooms If the work as members It was stated, the two miles required by law, and,

The population' does not count "Since our earlier correspondence and urged to attend the open- was to be continued. The board and they may become members RESIGNS by eliminating routes serving only "

he added, but the type of people in regard to the classification Ing exercises at 8:45: o'clock.At agreed to pay this amount for at upon payment of a $5 fee. At the children of the driver's family thafollowing
a'ho live In the communities. least three months. end of any current year, after drivers were given notice f
of Sea Island cotton It has developed a meeting of teachers and I Starke
International debts are paid any pioflts made that their services would be dispensed '
fourth object The
Rotarys that there may be a defi school officials today it is expectedthat commissioners also went on
is being greeted Iby| the gin will be returned to the with ( figures following the
peace nite need for the reestablishmentof definite announcements of the lecord as being opposed to a /
world with "open members as dividends. names are the date on which tha i
the of
throughout standards representative of cur faculty assignments for the com shortening the state racing sea- PASTORATE
nations Absolutely no cotton will be ginned resignations will be effective and,
"and the
arm, he said, rent production of this variety. ing 1937-38 term and the grades' Bon at this time. This action was
giant pence to come to their We are, therefore, endeavoring to ench teacher will Instruct wil. be I II taken because the board had madeup i here except pure Sea Island I the amount to be paid drivers. for

shores arrange for all ginneis of Sea Island made its budget with the expectancy \ cotton Mr McClane said. I! \\'11.1.Ce" "T PLACE services already performed) i

North America should have at cotton this season to send us I Because cf the ,resignation of of the usual amount nf revenue I TOWNSEND IN FIRST BAPTIST I W. H. Edwards, August 20, $40;

least 5,000, clubs, instead of 3.000 a representative sample of each several teachers recently quite a 1 from the state lacing fund A CLUB 1 CHURCH, ARCADIA Mrs. Lucian Johns, August 27, $$0;
Mr. Horton declared, while more bale ginned with the understanding shorter season would cause n deficit I RALLIES J. S. Austin, August 20 $10: J. C.
number of faces will be
new seen
clubs are needed in Great Britain, that the sample may be retained the 1937-38: I in this county it was said. | The Rev. C. B. Price, three and I Yarbrough, August 27, $30; J. F.
faculty Theyare
lielaml and Continental Europe. here and used in the work preliminary among R. L Geiger Miss Evelyn Elaine McGrath representing i 1 THE REV. C. W. MATHISON one-half years pastor of the Baptist Hazen, August 27, $20; N. D. j'

Rotary is growing throughout to the establishment of stan Stump, Mrs. J. H. Benson Mrs. the Florida State Exhibit requested I AND F. C. HOLLAND Church here formally ten- 1 Green. August! 27, $50; Levy Nor

Europe sal, despite Hitler antipathy dards, reported, without charge to Edna.Prevail, and Miss Lucile the board tVl a donation of TO SPEAKIt dated to the his congregation resignation, and last Sunday, man, August 27, $60. t
announced
) ,for Rotary, Germany has the ginner and to' the Individual Kennedy. $44203 to bear this county appropriate I I Cuts In the routes of various other -
many Rotary clubs he' said. farmer. It will be necessary to t I share" of maintaining the exhibit : was yesterday announced by his plans for accepting the pastorate drivers were made and the following (-
I The following Is a list of the of the First Baptist Church
ASia Hants Rotary, as do other have such samples classed by the I II I in various sections of the the local president of the Townsend I figures Indicate the ,driver,
faculty and the tentative positions I II I of AI cadili.
continents/ but for Rotary to Appeal Board here In Washington country. The board derided to ap- National Recovery Plan, W. the distance cut and, the monthly
achieve its definite goal, there rather than in the field, but we are I[ ouch will fill: :i proprlate $250 In the 1037-38 budget H. Ogden that a monthly meet "I've enjoyed working here, und salary that he will receive:

must be between 12,000 and 15.000 very hopeful that the arrangementmay i, clubs In the wot Id. be consummated and that the Allis Ruby Lilly Beginners; Mrs. members and tlubs will be Pure mid!, "but I feel there, are 1 1 months nt $70 eight months at ji

Pence an4S aludgeMiddleton COLORS I held. in the courthouse' here, Sunday broiiiler" oppoi tumtlrH! ant" a largerI / ( $120.
First; Mrs. Evelyn September 5. I field for service In the new churchi i -
in State will serve I
ID of Ro- your I ,
men the mission and goal '
tary. Mr Hoi ton concluded. the desired purpose this year" 'I j Ritch. Second; Miss Kitty Hogsed, FOR AUTO TAGS | A principal speaker for the nf- i I have been offeied." It is with $31.25.J.Lester. !Sl.uJe route cut In half,

- .4>- -_ I Second; Mrs. Edna Prevail. Second fair will he the Rev. C. W. Math- genuine regret that the membeis t
-
; Mrs, Ethel Biggs Third; Mrs.( .1 I! TO USE HLUE: BACKGROUND Ison, of Green Cove Springs! whose of I the Baptist Church and the cit K. Hi own, four miles $108.75.
Assists CaseCol.
WPA AID SOUGHTIN Madaline Andrews, Third; Miss i: WITH YELLOW subject will be: "Two Economic izens of Starke see him go !Mr, i E.: Lewis one mile, $93.75. :

PEST CONTROLLEX D. E. Knight spent last weekIn Km nes tine Buddinglon, Third; NUMBERS I I WaysThe Straight Way and the Price came' to Staike In March, Nelson Green one mile $5.1.75. P

Gainesville where he assisted In I Mis. Edna Hail, Foul th: Miss Lu- I Crooked Way." I 11)34 from Miami and this was his H. A. Prescott, three miles $.It!}.

GREEN REQUESTS P. P. the prosecution of Marlin, Walkeron Cile Kennedy, Fourth; Miss Lucile :, The 1938 automobile lags for 1 Rev. Mathison, pastor of the : first pastorate He attended Fur- j P. D. Reddish, three miles $80. -

INGRAM TO GIVE PROJKCT a first degree murder charge. I:1 Edwards Fourth; Mrs. Clyde Howard l I I Florida motorists will be of a midnight I Green Cove Springs Methodist man University In Greensvllle S. Frank Norman five I mllell II
blue color with
: CONSIDERATION Nine hours of deliberation failedto Fifth; Miss Willie Mae Hint' canary yellow Church is a lawyer economist, and C., and since he has been In Star ke, $143.75. l'

bring a jury into agreement and son. Fifth; Mrs. Grace Wainwright numerals. The anouncement wasmade \,I one who has had Intensive study of I over 100 members have been addedto C. M. Phillips, no reduction r i
,
Congiesman R. A. (Lex) Green :a mistrial was declared in the case Sixth; Mrs. Eunice Searing Sixth. this week In a letter received i the Townsend Plan from both an the church roll, und the average $33.75 ;
Wednesday communicated with Walker was charged with "aidingand I High School I here by C A. Knight, tax collector I' economic and constitutional standpoint attendance of the Baptist Sunday
from the office of the H. G. Aldermen, no reduction, If
Frank p, Ingram.! State Administrator abetting" the slaying of Mrs. Principal: Leon A. Gray motor vehicle the local official said. ,| Hchool has been brought from six S7.SO; nine. months. 1:
commissioner at Tallahassee. '
of the WPA, in Jacksonville Anntce Roberts of Trenton on Assistant Principal: J. H. Benson I! Also on the program will be ty to ninety-six.
I '
WPA aid to farmers In I There will be in the James Rosier, three miles! $8375.: t,
urging March 12. (also head of commercial department a change Frank: L. Holland, special speaker I I I Sunday Mr, Price will deliver
Bradford "In their fight of this the I I Wade Gitflklns, three miles,
numbering
County and office.) / tags year, from Townsend headquarters In his last sermon before going to I
against the "ground cricket." This : commissioner. stated. Each: county I Ii Jacksonville Arcadia where the $65.75. jl
REQUIREMENTFOR Mrs. T. T Long Twelfth; R L. Baptist chtldren's !
pest seems to do its worst at nightand Geiger. Twelfth; Mrs.. J/H. Ben i will be designated by a number The executive session will get home Is located. The home' J. D. Peele no reduction 10400. j

eats the roots off of strawberries TEACHERSMUST son. Eleventh; Miss Evelyn Stump with Bradford County designatedby underway ut 10 o'clock A. M. andiollowel has a population of about 170 children i iI J. M. Reddish, no reduction ((2 : ;f
sugar cane, sweet potatoes : number 4:). 'ICach* tag sold In months at $50: eight months at
from five .
the of
Eleventh; Mrs. S. S. Dowling, at 2 o'clock In ranging years i
corn ana nearly all other crops HAVE HEALTH CERTIFICATE : this county will bear a number be- attrr-I I $108.73.)
Tenth; Miss Rosalind Jacobs noon by a mass meeting I age to about twenty. The First 11
which, are grown near here. It can SIGNED BY ginning with 45. The tag will be Baptist Church of Mr. W. K. Sapp two miles $26.88. '
Tenth: Mrs. Eva Anderson, Ninth; den said In inviting the general Arcadia
be lulled by different mixtures of DOCTOR I Mrs Ruby Mae Perkins. Ninth; numbered from one up thus 45-1 public to attend. Price's new pastorate, has a church Chester Andrews three milef, {
tri! and mixed with ( of the first! ) 42.2, ill G
green arsenic Teachers and school employees Mrs. Bynum Perkins Eighth; Mrs. purchaser tag .*.. membership. of 900. $93.75. i

torts and syrup and them spread In Bradford County must have a R. P. Demurest. Seventh; Mrs. E. etc, SKEETSHOOTGAINS The members of the (oral BaptUt Roy Tomlinson. no reduction. o t '
tier the Infested areas at sundown Dade County sells the largest Church will not (lone excellent .
health certificate from a reputable tWo Hayes Jr.. Seventh: C. M. : only nn $79.73. c
&e The Beits! come out at.night eat physician under a (law now being Howard Coach and In charge of I number of automobile tags, with I I FAME preacher but a good workeras Louis Mobley. no reduction 51 h r
I
(Poison and die. enforced by the State Board of grounds; Miss Jessie Mae Bran- HlllshorouKh coming second and well. Blnce he hits' been here 2938.

TW only trouble with this remedy Health It was learned this week. nen. Office Duval third. ''Bradford County I I STEADILY INCREASING NUMBERS the church haa'been re-r ofe. l
In that the? expense of It makes I ranks foity-fiflh In the list of six- I SPECTATORS AND Inside
new laid
It Blanks for this purpose are being Unless otherwise announced carpet A E.: B. Wells no reduction,
prartically. Impossible for many mailed out from the superinten children over five and one-half ty-ieven counties. There will be no SHOOTERS ATTEND new concrete baptismal pool In- $10.

Onnot former to use it and \thus they I dent's office here. years of age who would ordinarily special numbers snld under the new Twenty-five ahootsters g"thf'relj sts'ledthe parsonage has been remodeled R. M. Crosby three miles $ 2.12.: '
cope with the pest resultIng he enter at the half. system It was said. i and also. repainted.All Frank Thomas three miles }
' In Supt.\ A. J. Griffls staled that have to wait and and the crowd of over one hundred ,
poor, damaged crops I Is In receipt of a copy of a communication term murk at Christmas time may Righty: prisoners the State I. looked on at the airport last Thursday I friends and acquaintances of $36.88. ,4 _
Congressman: Green In his letter from Colin English enroll at the beginning of school, Farm under the direction of Jim I I. during the fourth weekly Mr. and Mrs. Price and their two E. T. Stewart, four miles, $ 4.88. )

"> Ingram urged the administrator state superintendent of public instruction acording to a statement by school Rltch, will 'begin. making the tags skeet shoot under the auspices of I j children Gloria, and Helen, wish. J. K. Douglas, no reduction $43. "

to aid local farmers with a"ilrol I addressed to Dr. L. M. official Wednesday. September 15. At the rate of 10- the Starke Gun Club More rounds them the very best of luck and C. S. Kelley one mile, $74.38. s

'tile program as they did with Anderson of the State Board of --A- LM--niM--l" OOO a day they will complete the were, fired by the contestants than |I II happiness In their new undertake S. M. Mott, no reduction, addition -

boll weevil. If the WPA will Health. endorsing the action of the ELECTIONIN job about November 1. I usual some firing as many as one lag one mile $110.00.

Cooperate' in a control program It I board in Its determination to car- QUIET *__.. 4> ... Hundred shots. The following Items were unanimously -

Gera will be of great benefit to the far- I I ry out the law, and also requestingall PROSPECTALL Roll Call Chairman Charles Darby again carried off, To Start Work adopted for the budget for H

and to( the county and a great school officials( to "carry .out' I I the high. score of the afternoon by Seventy-five WPA laborers will I the current school year for the following -
?k**t to Mr. Green for his efforts this mandate of the law." OFFICERS SEEKING )Ir.. N. D. Wainwright chair : breaking ninety-one skeets out of start work September 7 Improvingand purposes: Total' teclierVsalaries '

. their behalf. i On June 2 at a meeting in Jacksonville RE-ELECTION HAVE man of the Bradford County 100 trys. .. against. his forty-six widening the graded road' from $61,200.49 Including $1.-
. -. the Florida State Board of NO OPPOSITIONA Chapter of the Red Cross has an- out of fifty last week. Eldredge the L. L. Conner farms to State ,277.40 for substitute teachers.

; Labor Day Closing I Health passed a resolution requestIng quiet city election seemed In nounced the appointment of T. Smith was second with a score of Road 48- -a three mile stretch. Rudolph Salaries of bus drivers $15.08650 a; ,.
title Frank Landrum to head the annu- of and Fred Andrews, superintendent of Including $263 00 compensation for
Twenty four Starke business Dr. Anderson who holds the for Starke on Tuesday. forty-three out fifty
prospect al Roll Call for memberships, the work stated that the road beds discontinued bus drivers $8-40,DO
places have agreed to close at noon of state Institutional inspectorand September 14, as the deadline passed Moore was third with forty-one out ;
Lan-
kolas in celebration of Labor administrative adviser, "to enforce without opposition for the starting In November. Mr. of fifty W, P. Smith. Sr. ran close of several other farm to, market Tor bus upkeep and other expenses
Oty any drum headed l the Roll Call lastyear of roads to be Improved will be widened of transpoitatlon, making a total
Chief of Police A. L. Alvarez the present state law rela- offices of city clerk mayor or city when fine work was done In ly behind him with sixty out sev- |
NnouncPd It will be the tive to examination of teachers and enty-flve. The other leading score about twenty feet making them transportation allowance of $19-
yesterday naishal.
time In state schools, high building the chapter up to the required ers were H. M. Richard Pee "'ee'I sixty-foot roads. Twenty-five men 9Z6. 0. The total of these items
without
all
the employees also '
IfI9t holiday has been obrye : The council race Is )i number of member Mrs. ii
j are still employed on the equals the amount of
'I| schools. Dampier, and Merrill McMillan./ Hamp revenue
and
hEre ,In a number of years. schools grammar competition and the Incumbents, also announced the I! ]
Wainwright appointment ton-Theressa road.Flyers .
$77,135.90, available for theRe
I All either twelve sixteen pur-
were
Thursday -- guns
half-holidays are now W. L. Wall and W M. Edwards, of E. L. Matthews aSI] r I {I
I and fifty- Noses
f Births I will be the only two names on the or twenty gauge
chairman. Make
openof .. publicity j seven boxes of shells: were fired Trip Touchers' Salaries. _'
,
Monday. The Mrs Robert: Lee Knight allot for the two vacant places.Unopposed ..- -,.--- --- II IIJ '
.* of the season was observed Mr. and 17. for their offices are\! 1,425 rounds) ( Millard Judd and Lacy Conway, As previously announced the ;i.
girl. Penney Farms, Flu Aug. Will Buy Cotton \i local licensed
t made
hatenlay, Tetstone, T. Frank Landrum. mayor; Carl ---- -- --- pilot a round board rescinded its action adopting. jv
.. Mr. and Mrs. George 21. : Johns clerk treasurer tax collector L. B. Alexander of Waldo and The female of the silkworm moth trip flight to Luke City Wednesdayof the teachers' salary schedule and< ,

I !' T. RFD 3, Lake Butler boy Aug.Smith I' and tax assessor; and. A. L. Al- !Starke' announced this week that I canot fly at all and the male can last week In the Taylor Cub set the following salaries for the
A. To Meet Glover ( I
' Mr. and Mrs. uemarshal.. he will be In the market to buy fly only downward. plane belonging to the local air various teachers In 1937-38 with

hrent"II organization! meeting of the Starke boy, August 26. ... ..-. Sea Island cotton here this fall. He - .. -- club. The trip was made without the provision that "If any teacher r
bid 1 \ -Teacher Association will be Mr. and Mrs. Enos M. Anderson Nine-rural electrification projects will buy direct for the mills. and The Collsseum at Rome proba' mishap and good weather condl-j fails to accept In writing" the po-

ttun, iq the school l house auditor Hampton boy. August 29. will supply power and light to will pay the prevailing: market bly seated between 40.00O and 50-I lions prevailed during the trip j I
1 William Henry I '
"CI'JC' :Monday. afternoon at 2:30: Green Mr. and Lawtey Mrs.girl September 1. 3.338 famJie. In MUsourL price, h" sail 000 people. I t.nway[ \ sl.I.! (Continued Oa Page Eight



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!Service* Mrs. Cynthia Lopez 82. died Box Siiulli t UunKo 81 I I 1'ant. ronlulll-I lu lint high..rl..d. lilddcr, at the court .'011 'I. XX l' -:.'I' 11fl.n. \
[ I lnr Co ui'ien, nioitf" or |lt-ss. ItiHiHe door on I Ihe first III ....
There. will be a revival meetingat Monday morning. at Brooker In the Th. it.........'n.nl of I'h. Na itS |iloirtv t Ihe ",," h ot Oi'tohvr. ID37.M."I"W iite h IiI O'I'I"" .": II HI.IJ'Uy"I;! ; .:.
uinter the sit it, icrlIfu-atn I nun 41 I h day of 0"."" ,.. I 'I:.. I- .,
the New River Baptist Church home of her nephew. O R. \Vaters.She Ice. I the 11:1. I
lilt
i of I' t.
III Ihn iiainv' I>nt It-uI I lliln lillh. day "" lintlIel' tt I :: j,,
Beginning the second Sunday In had been In fulling health for I UF.F\ IN CAN NINO I 'it less Mulil. irrliricniv Hliall l I.e rertMHiiiHil 19:17.:i .tIIC.I. i ale NO. "6::. InHiieii i.. : ''I,

ai'i nlitlliHT I I. lit 0', t SO' |1"1"- 141":Al.) July. A. 11 ] \:io.' |"m, 'r
September and continuing through :some time. Starke, Flit el-I l v 0"1".1 I thereinlll, I I I hR mililto 1"1"1"1\J. THOMAS.Clelk ; my ofrU'e and hiI m. ,,

the week. Night services only be. She had been a member of the Starke Telegraph t S.clt'r( nt the court of I 'I'ul, Coillt oftiiadfiMit for R tax deed to hr n.1. '
hniiHe door oil I tie, flrnt M..no..y In l-'Iniltla. Said certificate I emlitiu ,"
I \MIH AMERICAN ginning at 8 o'clock. Every one Missionary Baptist Church since Gentlemen : i I lh. iiu.iiih nf I ,.t.h..,., lli.l \hlh llaCtIQ1MIIIII. County. I Ing d"'llp,1 nroneiltof I ,

4 S\S AND OILSBennett's i 1.4 cordially Invited. rhll hood. and at the time of her tin 4ilt iLiv nl1 s lohpr, 1917.I Man :..f'I I ,
I want to soy a few things about I nit.-it I ihlM ifilili' .Ity: .r.r"I".I.' wit : S
.
: III- HI.OH \1'10'
: death her membership wus at De- I home canning. I would suggestthat IH17OKKK'IAI. I 'rIIIKI: : Hontli.ha.ir of N I
: Serv. Sta. ( I. l'iI.l.) Not, .theiiHt ul"I..i" & for
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bennett and dan.She farmers ate lucky these days A. .1. 'l'IIIIMAI4. ( HeiiMte Ill > o. lltlllNOTU'K : Ittiut ( .. Ntt, | "
AM 1.1'MU ROOM I Is survived by two sisters!! with them Mi-ik of Cllcuit ('nil ,it of1lriuiri.nl ': I IS It'nln.'t\: That her Section M ,
'i children were visiting in Jasper for If health continues (' ',
Mrs. P. A. Crosby of Brooker and In summer when winter conr.es : ....1. ;No.; u&. iHHtied the Suit. day I ofHelilemhel aires. moi. less"
I' 111.15: has riled tiainuIn ..
Mrs. G. H. Scoffleld of Inverness they can have vegetables and I offlie-and haH maiiia apilii.'atloii | I The aHHeHHlnent nr 'Ml.
MII'MM: OK xrri.irxTio mv erlv' I liie Hal.I "Ir
J and a host of other relatives and I fruits of all kinds during winter TXI IK:IK:11l I for a tax t..e.II he IHHiiedtheieon. un..I'' I"" ,,,, ,.
,1. I emhrnt'eHHie r llitc'kWB":: : .' r"
.' ". Hull: 1'11 li .rl.h' l.
.
friends. months when all fields dead.I .. 111 .
are ;NIITICH.;( ; 1 ."Y IIIVKN. That r.II.111: .. .. 1"1'1'' In ITnleHH. Hald i.fi tirii-iiii i I ,
: END BOOKKEEPING! WORRIES Funeral services were held ntDediiti myself have canned 200 quartjars 1. Fouler Shi" I IoImlh.: I holder, of Tax Certificate I Sue towlfI.OIH t'.lr'.t.' 111'' ofKkirlda 0..0 arc-oidlnv I I to !Ii'o r.
:
lavof .
No. : ( IHHiied the 4tl ( iron'
: Church Tuesdayafternoon, this year. They contain July A. H. 1127.! ., mime One, Twelve uf FllookTuentv .In 1..110.0 t'11' I 'oil,
hl. i
: with : with the Rev. G. E. McGauley and peas beans, corn pears squash (In my office nnd han 1".d.rf.appllca- Waul City, 1-1..1." K lioiiHe hl.h..t. the hldder rl"o" ni< .M t ,,.i "
t IIHI, for, tax deed In Issued TouiiHhlp I 7 South I I ge 20 Ihe month' of ii-iol.i.p' 11, ','.oy. I II
: the Rev. C. A. Crosby officiating. tomatoes peaches blackberry jelly 'h."I. I Stild tell I ri'iit.' C'lllhrnceH. Hunt.'Ihe; I the 4III I dav of lii-loliei

} ( m'gfli ALLFACTScomplets Interment was In the Dedan ('em- blackberry Jam and blackberry straw. I the I Ih. t..lnwl/l. :y .r il.'Hci Hiaiiri.nl.' lln'il' pioperty suite" of In cIty under HHHeHiiient. I the, nalil of the l"'llr""I., ,Itt prop. IM- u I'HIed' IhlH :. ,tI tIlt

j etery. preserve strawberry jam b ,Hi.wltNoilheHHt MleilIIH I In I the name .r ,\1.
'I'hll. OFFICIAL SHAT.
I'nleHH Khali ,. redeemed )
berry jelly and strawberry preserves Quarter, of Nol,"Mitt .110 i .lr"j. thn A. .1. TMOMA'lel -
w.
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Mr and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and. for pies Also huckleberry! ent Quuiler' of 1"101 I 17 t1't y ii" ""1''n.tl"l. .1..1., .I wil S I I he.1"1-.. ,'k of Cli,. i',
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7 I 22 III'ndfntct (
TounKhip
children of Yukon spent Sunday, jelly, and huckleberries .u'h. Il". In 1 Ihe hlKhi-'Ht I Ilod. .I h. ctiurtItoiiHe 'n'
bookkeeping huckleberry jam Hani. conlalnliiK-I I i .\ mole I door' on, I flint i Mondnv In 8-27-Gt-9-24 .

___ here as guests of his parents Mr. for pie. Hot peppers f. leHH. the I monlh S of (k.ol..r.. I 937, w hli'11 I InIhe
__ The HHHeHfllient ..r the .11. propettv 4lh. ..,., I IH17Paled $ kru :: i ( I. >i \ .n' : ( .
I 511154 I :
outfit and Mrs. P. A. Crosby squaHli bell pepper, okra. pickles under" I the Hllld c ert" I i S u-, IHHiii'd I I hI: daof. Sept eniber, "I1..'; i;
J : :
cucumber tomato ; WIIH III I Ihe name, I llareyHauford I I :111. Nt.h. IH h. ''hy (
pickles, pickle, 1937 ,
OI\ ,
!! isi Mr. and Mrs.. W. 1:). Webb had :. SCAD and In HI i't'i-' da in 1 '

as their guests part of last week pear pickle, water melon plcklea.wate'melon I'nleHH Hiild leitiflcate, I nliall I I he redeemed I "FI.'I"I\. .1 THOMAS.Clelk ; IllHl del.I.ee of r. "i ilenrleled .
Hiioiillnir, ( to law, I the l hv I lion I II I
chow-chow propeitv
..r ('lest.. it Court otI
her sister Mr. and Mrs. Arch Cun pltI'lve. .t.'..,., I I.uI t.h'r.11 wil .he Hold, .I .Indite of t he i 'In, ulifold ,
50 ningham. and children of Miami containing bl'l pepper onions and ( he' IliuheHt hllI.., "' itt- court, I I 1,1",0 I i'olllitA 1"h'I'ldl.l Count v FI""I." l

i; Full Instructions and $ 3 green tomatoes flavored with pickle lionne door. ... rh'., Momluv I In : II a.rIuII that leitalu IIIIIHI, ,, '

and their daughter Miss Louise- the monlh I nf Octoher, 1".'3.. which I Ml'IKK: OP ...'..U. ''l'I0' Court w heteln M A sd.ilor "
Pages Included I spice. I IH the of Oitoliel, I 1017.Puled : for Iliinlroidorpointlon( ,
Specimen Webb of Jacksonville.Mr. I i I 41''h tiny S I ion '1' \ iir.iii: '
And In that do I I thin 2Mh, d.ty of AuviiHt ,' IH I "IS,
way I In 1 Semite Illllo.' pluli
and Mrs. H. B. Crosby and j bell.'ve I 1'1:1 \
.eh 1 Hinden,
l : .
i AI '
Each OutfitIt : tit'I I.
In P:7. I ; ; .
;MlTICIIS; I IIKUI'IIN I i ; I I : That : .
w the old farm. .
good Si 1.: 1) ;No.; (Ilio. I he nude 1.1
children were visiting In Yukon I 'I.'j.'I.I. i:. I' I'rlexl', holder of Tax CelllfliMte ( n "
I
.1 THOMAS, ;MaHler hv Hald dei 'I. ,
Yours ;No.; G. Inlied the 2nd. cla> of.Meplemhel. "
I It Monday.Mrs. sincerely Clet "k of (' c.rtliailfntil nell to the hluhent \Ii.il., ,
.
due 1'11 11' A 1 P. I1):IA. IIIIH filed HlllilvIn 0
shows every day how much money is you W. A. Brown and son Junior Mrs. W. .1. Ward.Staike e.I,1 > l-'lu.i-I'I.t. mv office ,and nan Hindu Hliplicntlon In front, of the Smith '

t Ih and how much you owe. Printed headings for of Alachua were visiting her \ Fla. I i-.Si-lo-l:| for I Said I lax r..d I I If lo cit is he emhriutNthe I iHHileilIlieleon the 'ke Ittadfoid.""1"1,11., ConntStal dm\IIIK S '

.
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lone Mott MIIHI: or' U'I'I.U"'I'IO' In luoti rs Of ..n I.1.,1, ; ;,
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I follo\\lnic S I nentrlhed ptopelly' '
': every transaction. 100 record pages with monthlysummary here I STA.TE I I-on TX\ liiiiivetiMte : : the Ciiuiltv of I Illndforil. ill' c l'f llth A. I II lii'17: the fnlli, ii
Sunday. FLA. ( Illll %... HUH. 1' *'.1 plenilHen HltualiCounty I .p. ,
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7! sheets annjsl' : income account, and -, ---. I PAR.J ;NI.; t'I'Iel 1': is II :HI'an' ( I iix I IN.:;.; ThatI. 11"11.i -1.1 I .t N'oitlieiiHt, Quarter Floilda. to-wi| 'I

)trs Brjun Whitield. .. I 1. Tou ell. holder, of Tax Celllflial less ,lioad Settion II THIAII- N'' of Nl.:11: SKI.: ,
balance sheet induct-1. Makes bookkeeping HIGHLAND ;No.; :iltl.l: Issued the f lh duv ofSeplemher chip 8 Sunlh. llaiiKe 211 1:1..1.: of;Nl''i: SWl" 'it of..r.I" : :tt'i put', .

.\. 1 D. I 1':12.: IIIIH filed Maine' I I I 78 Aries, "' (except one n,"u-e fol, ..
Roberta Haven la '
of Winter ti
Roy In
:$D!.\ simple and accurate. :\IiM :M. E. Crenn, Correspondent I 11'r'" and made applica, I...111..1111"1. I" "l'i.. of 8W11. S'4' ofSVVI ,I r 'i

i\!' making Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberta r.r. tux ,deed 1., he iHHtleclthereon The aHHeHHinelit of the nald p.''''- ,. "J.r I"" :'I' NISI. I': .l'i: .
Said i'ei llflciile I I emliraccH elt 1"' the mild tettlflcale IH- of : 'i1 of : ,, I :
un extended visit. 1".1..1' \ ,
Miss Janie Marr spent the weekend the rnlnwl"r deHiilhed properly' In HiiedILH I iii th" name iif b'rankSielner. 2X: Alt MI" of M.I" ; ."
11 The Bradford County ; In Jacksonville with relatives. HArry Tyson and his mother the ttttI9' ..r 1.t..t., "'"I. of Ainu ;N.; I I'; I | and, :V I-; u .' "-UI ',

Mrs. R. H. in HenderKonviile I'lorlda. S m..whiI : less Hiild I'eillfliHte i i i .he redeemed $..c. 32- All In TWII Ii
Tyson are .h.1
F. M. Crews was In Starke Sat A on I the i': sIde of I he 1 } '
nci'ot df I nit to Ii a'. I |I'irn)>- 22 u Hunt; I in Hulfi" ""I
urday. N. C. for two weeks. A Hail I of hind fin ..I'ly ownedhv erl, 1" deHcrllieil thereinlll. I he Hold tn 1"I"'ld., and 1'"lallll'' 'i' .;
TelegraphNOTICE : I*. c. 'I I : isI I S N'l i .. of \Ki | I Ihe hlKheMt .. I Ihe mintln.ilHe more or. I it-ss. ." "
i G. L. Cox returned from Mont. : :: : Ild..r. .
; Miss Puttie Wimberly left last of SXX I hounded rx hv XX in. I Hall.I I door I .rst ;MondaIn. teneinentH, h..r..II't I IS "
Verde Monday being accompanied $..utl' h hv Surah" I Section 21 .. HI:17, \\lili-li ".lennnce '
week for her home at Nichols after I the monlh' of < toiler.. I. "
his TiiutiHhlp. 1 1'h. lianire 'iiKfint IH Ihe 4th duv, of Itthu'r. Iii7lialerl : I I., I In nna v ii I'p.t'I, i.>
Miss Beatrice
by sister Cox.
spending several months here with I : ..I.II.llt I i I acre' *, moie" orleHH. ihln ,hd' d:">' or Seplelnhel, T. FUANK:>: I t.A.M;.; I:

her grandmother Mrs. H. C. Wlm- who had been visiting relatives I 111.17IOI'1'MCI. I 5 XH ..1..111 I MaxtiK.VIliHT "
I The 1..11' of ,the HII Id plc.p- % h. i: > : X. KMIIICXttol (
\ berly. there. j et'IV ,1".1..1' the, nald c'eltlfliale I I IH- .\ .1.!I'\I; ". neH for '
>. M,'. and Mrs. McGehee and |I MUed tt-it. I,, (he name, of Adu ;MntkfllleHH k 1'1"11"1 t'niii' otItiiidfoiil M-20-3t-.l-3: ,1111'
, W. K. and! Diummar Marr of 'i .f "I"'nl
j Hafli( lettlflcate I I Hhall I I lie I .
( 1\'n'Io.I IB hefi'liv nlvfll I 111:It Ihe fol ..u 1 Inn; denei.HUM! land, tiM( '"I1h family of Ocala spent the past "le- : I .lIn'y.' rim, Ida,
I/ dtnit law, the
at i ol t
he I I.. I liw ,due 1 Jacksonville visited relatives here i I ,1..1 plop- D-3-Sf.ln-t <\ niiior '
:. thereof 1 wll I I ncceiitnt v pnvHe amount fur IlIx.l 's II.f'Iii l dencl'llii'd, I Iheielli lie Hold.5I | \I IMII "a noKOIl \
oppoHlti I to I the M.nne.1 toitelher 1 w I 1 h font r.V HIM' h Hale Hint nd\ertHlnw: i Sunday. i 'eek.'no with Mr. und Mrs. J. G. c'I'.. .. wil .. T \ III .|.neniile
: : : i : ; : : : :: : ; I I I h. hl..I. Ih.. II cotitthiniMe : or XPIMHm>% ..
:\ will h" Hold at ,IMIliII. niullun on theCoiilt till, iliiv i.f Oitohei 11)17: I. Caldwell t Miiiri I < Illll \... tul.t.No'I'It'h' '
.]; lion.. Hi.1.1, nl StirUi: ., the C unly .., F'riidford" Mate" tif 'I"rlol..1| Claud Rowe of Lawley visited I dnl"" un I ,h. fl'.l, Monday inIhe I rein T\X ; :: ": I I" III' II'I\: !
, Item.i.lull..11 "ro'. '1'. II' Owner 'InxeM A. le..I. friends here Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Drew had as I 11"h of Oi 1.10. 11.1.hlc'h ISeiinle Illll % .JII: I .\. I 1..1'.1.' ,
IH d.IV of (>i'' I I h.lt..
i r.: & xv i I. TOfl ( j XllTICrJ, i I- : : I : I lfi No ( !
. (m tot in rt x their guests during the week Mr. : ; :: : H"nI\ Il"h"t ate 12. 1..11' "
, Hilled HUM I 1'lilll day c.f AliKUMt, ,
I V & S I 111 SC..,' if Mrs. Philis Not man wits' a visitor Ii. C. CI.mon liny 1"1"8. II>", A l 1"2S! ( h ,
- C I I. I I'eek t lien 1'.11 Ith to Rtirke: Siturdiy. Diew's mother, Mrs Delia Drew I I'1.17!': : I h.UlelN ul J-7 01 Tnx Celtlfliiile. ;No.xl .; >tfCIt'e and h:11- li i

I inn.I., \ s" l.v ;Madlft.111M I 5 t Willow. Jimes an.1 I Meibett''! ( 'WI"I'I\I.. .1 11\1.); :t7. I iKHited I 7th dav of Auuiixt. I'\I, n tax deed tu Ii.
\v hv 1111111, $t. irlir- John B. and Rllsha: Giiffis were 11"\1\1. A 1 ii. 19tI.:" IIIIM fllod puine In mof. iul let's" uric-ale imlmiIlltt" .
,. 'l'i ..f Sliuke Drew returned home with I It-sic l Coin t of I flf" nnd liss made ntiplii'atlon fur a ..
il! I >\\ii III in this section Sunday.: l Ih"h'l I .1..11.1 |li'r'l' | >lfof
| I Mi aiir.'i-il I-lull.l.i
; i: SXX'i 21 8 22 ('la"I" I.. I'eek _u_ _-._ I Id.*fit"; hel' .:' ."il-10-t" Coiiniy S tax deed t, lue IHHiied. thereon. Snld I I..H.I. State ,f V
Li.'I' : 1 c.iic i.1. .r. xi Mis W A. Stalling Mrs. Lueile nut .-1.t I If tr atpmlirareH. I ihe lit I
1,1"l \ddiiloti' Stiirko Woods and MUses Marion 1118. Ethel Tillman and dnughttr d tact I lout I piopetiv I In the "nu"I Iii I'lly. St"
P.idgett i .
. i :sii< : ..r H\\" i 2* t :22! ;Mary 13. ;\iloney, _h. T.:'3 : Elizabeth of Mllll I! Ill'. \I.I.I.U.\.I.I.. I I 1I..I., Milte of 1"Inm-I'la. ,".wll : Iare "Ih. H., ""
BI'lmdidgl'In. : I t \ : .hi. ,
and Geralillne! Woods of the Mary .1'.1:1 Iv-Conr .
I'nl hel'iii.
2'' .\ r .r i It> in sxv for Clay : t> -' 'ilirl S
0' :M.< : i ..f SXV'i" ".," ".1. Hill section visited, Mr. und MrsMuxie ., lire guests of 111'. and Mrg. i ( .' Illll .tt. 1:1X ; I 'h'tiil't9'-CIVtt tied I'm.-'In-lit lu 1'1"","1..1'. t .. *alil
1'1'i: p i ; I I :; ;. 'Fluitl"s.NI.'l '
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.1! ;N In ..I"hll.,1.1 \XI' > 11'11'1'0. \\ .."ci ln"n., Section" 3o Townshipn I -ti"d "'n- In t Ihe tunI'nleHH ,
.\. A. Jordan.Miss f--
I' I I. .- ,"f Si.i lion I 1.111" Caiter heic Monday.. i iKlie .Shi. :mlh. 1'/0 :4tu I ,t ii ire 22 'l'a.I.l ,ntuln- .nali lettlfli i ,
l ;\n; IHHIIIM! the
i I I. ,t I'l. HI of KlkI : Austin of Jacksonville' visIted Jean Bouvlei, of Miami is 'Irl'"I.. r I ,I lour 4l' Airen, moi'e or leH.. ileeiiii.il, I t S
A. I H Iti.l.l: : hay: rii.iIii R'n.lnl
- I ;\, .1.Inhll",11. I \llU. ... "' The imtJiHMmiMlt of Hie sit Id proppily irl" v .
the of her Mr. I li find ha. mrtd o.'II..1
guest grandparents u7.ptl.-i- .
''p (iuke 11SE here Alomliy.: i ino I II { 1,1., the .,1.1 "","I'"t I ,* IHHIId to I hlddilioue

.- t --."' ----2 6 23I -. J CI.l 1h' ',1 .._..-_______ I IS.30 -- ---I -- >'n'l I Mrs. J. A. Douviei.! Mrs. Mar- | I lion rt.in tux Of".U tO beI l BUlltheietm [ v IIH the name of 111111" A h.0 I hIIh..1, "i'
, -- I Said 'tlf I icati* ernliiruPH ni Il.
I"' s .r Ilk I '. i t-i (Jnilini1I'lilem, I the .., ..
I
:'t..t., Tinhx" 1\,1.:1.1( Aildli AT DRAIN I dUil Riiuxler nnd Gei ry nn.1 Mnry f'Il'oluur ,di'M-i,'Ihed "tuiu'lmm'Il, Iv InHie alil! '.lrc"l.I shall I I I lie rnUoenied <' (Pt.lilt 11'n'.t div of r>II l lI lilI'll
.
,n, t" Ma' .Hi.. Iii \V'ji I I .Tojce B-uvlrr ri'e' Mr. and Mis.Pouvlcr I Coitnlv of 11.dfn.I. Maliuf' a, I'.ii' \ the pi" "pitv I >- I IIH| | llth ,d
:M': I : .2S ft S3 trx.. /. /:. (.r ills! ('orrf lin' Klol Irl.l./ ...... ,1111
i Oao. A. AiiittuUu-in' ___. .. 12.!7I'nUnown -|>nrt< .. 1"\1'. mi 'lilKd I \,11 I wi I he sold tnthe ini7.
.. a bl itt vIsit (luting the .- mi h \ ijtmitei" of Sculhteitetttiht '
i. i j ( Ilk in. r.iv- i I I I .. i ,.uit" I ( Oi-Tic'iAL : )
i# 1 i--l" .,i1. '1"1110) & Co' W. A. Crown of Oilundo was via- week en route t,> their home In Mi- ( t..I., Acent ''I.-rnll", h ofSoniliinl 11".''l"th..1' on the fiie Mi.ndiv" In I .\.1 SI'\" ) \i iI !
.' .|..lln, ,.ti to stni, lie In I Qnaiter" SontheiixtOUUttet Octoliet. ,
) I the rnnn'h of "hl1 l-l'It CliHi '.
.' W'' ..t l Vii i ._ __ ..2S 0 22I. ._________ 10.03 lUng:.tr. and Mrs. 7. Z. Giiffi-s last ; tint! following! a vacation in \ui. : lOt ..... \nl 21 ToxvllHhlp. the till day of 0." """ "IP'I., i I "utfurd. Con

IP.c .,ii I. :-i ..r lllk I H, LI\' i .' He Oils cities of Uecitgl.l and NoithCiMollna. 7 south." I I .,," I UitHt c.uuhtiiiiitg .Hated title 2.lid day .AllKIIHt, 1 8-20-BI-9-17
' cIir..t.ii.,, Tiutivr '!II'I I I was accompanied : :.1 IH ten. 'I't'r.m.i' I.'..... I I I'll?. i
Xdiliil.in In SLjiikK. In hL'm. by Mis Crown and The a*-...."."I ..t I Ihe nald piupilv ( .xr.) 1I> l

\\' .r Nt't.: 2* 0 23 -- ;>cf. It ;M-.luan; & _________ II.B i who the chlo.lel. Dr. Walter Is In Reserve ..., ii'ih-i, tin. i sold ceititiiate I N- (11"I"IT.\. 'it HIM A*. I MIIII IIll': M-I-I, ,ii \ i tin'rein
J..,' .1 I .,.I' I'.IU r, I.lvlim- I'l VI spent past three 1hll'phree nidIIH In the name of c clilnke I Cleik i of Circuit: Court ofHradlold 'I' \ in i n .

-.li.ii'. Ti, uln' .'1: CIIH, Suli-'" weeks h.rt. during the illness of Otficeis' dining at Fot.t. t'oui ii(11'. 1-'lulItla.'i27iSt92 I I ( .entile Illll > u ,M.1.:
IiI" ,- ,i..i., ,, i 1"11'I', i:'.' I I'nlc." Kiild tel'llflinte, I slut, II lie n,0 I I Neil'j.914, MI.-I'III\l :,
| her U. L. Green. | Barrancas nt Pensncola for a week.Mis I ,.. : \\' M IMiU. holrlelrule
,ii ':1 I : .2' 0 23 TriixtffH I're.l-tctian' ( f.lher. deenied' iKioi.llnv to h.'h. pioiiertv I
fhuiclt ..: l.SO Xiand Mis. Jneob' Green of Murphree has as her guest In ii ett-i 'I Ihed 11..11, t\Ill I I I he Holdlo NO II*'I1. OF .' Nn. I 124. Im.suu'tl1)
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I the liJK-iet| at Ihe i ''lilt t .1 ci iv. A 11. I 10211, ,
l.oi' i i lllk 7 A nil lllk t .'011 1' \ \ : : ,.
Plant Cay have returned home af-i their home Mis. Hugh Miller of'' : mv of fire a mil IIIIH
.fIt l ,.' -I I L' i.r lilk It A. I holt duor on the flint I.I'I' Inthe I 4MMt.* mil No. ,Stat miu
New YOlk I iiit.utl It of t i-s'loher.' Hi'.17. \\ .- fur ,, d*.ed to I InSaid S
''I lllk li>, I.lvInKHiiin .. I..I..Ima patents 1> and I City I I N't't't'I1:4! HKUKriV M15.V.. Tlmt '
I Titil.y .v I CO'HSul. 1. | the 4th dav of Oilohei 111.17:': I I.. u i', ..dlM-l.ui' I In stalkei I' Mrs. H. L.. Gle..n. I Mr. und Mrs. Leo Wiggins enjoyed Hated, HIIH, 2i>th. ,day of .\UII.I. ,I|' |1",1.1.i of1. 't of..11 Tnx CVi,'ltl. .. Xo. I I Inir .deHi'l' Hied | rolel| f

III,1': ..r :MJI; : _ 2' II l 22 Tittnteeii:" l'ienli>.torlnn C. A. Griff. H' rvey Gaincy and fishing at a camp on the :I I 'I:17OFKId 11. lustied :lie Slit duty ., ,.. ..1. S iv:- of I nradfotd. Mali
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S --------------- Chaik-s Priest OcklHWoha liver the I Southeant t *'
were visiting in during pi.st i S A. .1 THOMAS.i Qnallfl''
l.otM 'I. 4 i.r lllk 2. IJv- .' and IIIIH Mind t for nI
InuHton. 'liul.v! & ('u'.. Gainesville Monday.Jir week. IIS. |i> cierli of I '1"11" Com, t oflitailr.nd I I tux 'S|eeS l t ti l he I I. ,.1..1..1.1" Said .(jnai' ler' of $.itlni, i"Hhlp
Si,' I 10.1 I >l \' iHion, to StaikeMJI 1 County. Floi'Ida <.* ( ( emhnu'pH, \.p""nl.I 7 Sinlli. Itatiiiii .
..' and Mrs P. of James Moncrlef returno'l t'.3I.IO1' I 'rlr..I. r"l"wl'l containing-<" .u's'
| i.f VK'i; ,2 6 2! A. T Pin I -------.---- 3.43Churih" B Prevnt <|, I.t'tielty: In I lie :
111k 21 :22. I.UIiilCHtiin., I Theieasa vveie visiting and Wednesday from Chaltahoochee I Iwhere I Itrrulfonl.I SfutH of .I..I.I.i l 1.\I I : I l.'smi. I11ertv -'II
T'Mll.v ti CoV ""h..II"I.IH 1lr. 011(1nI': \ rin XIHINIOU The aHHeHHtnent of
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MIH Arch last she visited relatives I 1-llal..r I under I HaldHlled
m i ,lo Stnrke, In NI.: Pte'nl week. 1 TXIII'.KII: : KI I t I'm'ty-three InI 'h.
fr :\ I':' u .l't II 23 'Vi,.iisti.. I'.ylt..n. I 1 Mr l.t-se.e Prevatt Is Misses Rivers Hundley Sadie l .eniile Hill ,... in.11NOTICI : I V\.ooillii\\., SfttUni 'l'oiviit.tthluI > | UIIH In I .. nanI'nleHH .
visiting 21
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1.4.I':1:i I. i ,.r mic: so. i.ivlnKMlnii tilt: bed tu!.of her sister Mis. P.rk' Betty Stringfelow. and .\. I lileeli, ( 'cit ri- I I 11 I lf tIdes.i utoi' .m* i IOHM.. acioldiliK-I I

TitlUy, & III'H Pe of Jacksonville who Is se. Enzaeaer: a dance I-itt. ::00;. I 161.' IxHlled the Dill day ofAllKUHt. IRlllnl ....... if I h., HilUI pi Op1ft eft\. r..lh..1 tlieleIn '
Siil>-i\| Inli.n til SI.' like 'll atend..0 A. H. HUH. IIIIH filed nameInmy > ,miilei,u' I lie .ui l riM'tiflrutc, I iMxiifil I hl..h..1 .1.1.1.
>f Ml'i' of vi'i: JS 6 23 \\ i111.. ItoliellH -------_ C.55 I Ii II i 1'lousl3m ut this w rltlng.HAMPTON. given by Mrs. \V. B. Mundy Friday I I ..rfl.'. and han 1111..applliatlnll I tin.. I In fhe num.. of I Hnctor I ('ti nueu'ii.tJui j i units.i'.r oil I ,.,' 'I'the '

J.,:,.. I I. 2 in, I ll'.j; (,f lllkill' : --- -.---- night lit the Woman's Club HouseIn for alit x deed to I,. iHHIieilIheieon tees .. tI i. I I I he l.v. niontti of Ililolielthe ,
.1'.1" .hal I 41' 11 tiny of ( tm-tmi
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IIKK.II I 1"11. dHnfil, : I I '
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f i-ii-x, $"I..I"VI.lnll| tostm $ Staike. j Ihe ':.I.I:'\ ;;tilled; : propetty" :Inthe *-rty Hf' .'1..0'.1..I .*t.i re I.Ilw.. \\ I I I I ,<* ..hi' i iti I 1'lt.,1 thin Illll. :

. t Ut. i.r vi': > ..r M I':> as a 22 1.1111.. ...cciii.1.' .'r.. _______ 61iOj Mr. and Mrs. H. Cox and Miss I W'orl"i t..i.S, State nf it the lilKheHt i I.lhl..r at the tout ..11hnUNtf 11137.! .
N i.f \l.i.r 2 nf lllk 47.I VU P. I'-'hl.' : ( ': l
tiln Mmmo. t'orrs.p..a..t I..wl .1"| ..i on 'h. Muiula\f In j .1..1\.1'' \
l\nuHti. n. 'rrii" Icy & I Beatrice* 'ox left Saturday to Nn" 1\, (1"'I., of Noitheiint 'his" it'uiuli' ..r I tnlMM,'. II.17, \hli:U 1'10)1.\.1S I
i Hnli MilM'.n, tu their. vacation In Qnaitel' ln I I list est (Quarter I I Mi1th ilnof ( tutet', I'.riT. Cleik .
c Situ' i. -f NMI; :; ...r :xii.>: ; 21 n 23 1111..1 ".'111111"" ____-___ ntr. I Miss Ci>7ine Bedenbaugh! who spend Memphis of Set lion : ''\ hll' 6Si.lllh r lit tli 2Gth I ,t day of Aiiyriint, S Hradfnldoi t' I

11.te I. 2. of I'.llt 1. I'.. S. hui been Iht. guest of her father, I und lul'phreesbo'o. Tenn. ItaiiKe 2J l-a.|, conlaln-I I'M' : ?. .t N.n-rl.p.IO
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- ,. .hcttowc .Xillllloti ti> I ', Mi' and Mrs. J. K. Townsend I IIO I HI Ai.is's, mole or I. ... ,' iufc'KH'ixL u si\r., : ) --- -
sun" 'i(. III NV\ i-. \\- ..r L. L. l td'nllugh. and' lunt. Mis. aMMMHHiiient. of the Hald prop- A. .1.! ; I \ .i.! or tit "n v i ii '''
\\.Ji. in' stI .t. i4 ...r -mi) si 2$ II 2Jfl hiui as Sunday Mr. ".,'Iy tindel I the Hiild t-"t, I in- I 'lIIO\r.HI. .' i "
H. 1-1. Matthew ________ 32 85 M. L. Watterson end Mis. I O. O. dmntJutsts 'ln"lt. 1 i t'l.Mk, L'I"11 I" t ( .iiit-t' nfUriidforrl onr I \ in:
I I...t -it. I C.lk L lenip| |l.i. \ """ ,1U" In t lie name ,.r l'"k'I"'n.' riortda. Semite Illll V ,I'
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.'of,1, I' j. "i I'. StnlkiIII, I Pearce and unct. J.V.. Beden-j! sister Mis. .I'nleHH Hiiid cet tlfliate I ..hll I I.. ,leili I H-27-r.t-tt-2l, .UIIY. I NOTH'IJ IX II ": : '
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: M 1' ..r ;0.\\\.; \\' J i.f haush. to her home this I Townsond. Sr. and Mrs. Hutchlnsof fined, ai, toidliiK- law .h. uopil. \\-. II r.iM.ii.i.t: .
NKV; r !li.- 81.AH 22 ;M 11"I"\ l lII'IH: l i-tale: 703 Pulatka.Mi. '-I< il.- I'lIed llii'ieln I stIll he Hnldto 1 I 'cml" llflc I 'ate NOI, 7Vdav
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'1'.. ,.|.1.I ,\.Mil (Ion to i Miand Mrs. C. i K. hud and Mrs J. T. Tr.I.II"t:! h IIHI d I ,. first Mondav InHi I 'r. Ki.JIM'' 1.11'1". iiavi.i i of H: In mv: ..f fl > .
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M.II' '. ., in' :VIS'i>: ;' t'f N\%" 'i HUI'pe. family of M uut t> ,;. ';.t.n'I.'II; .p 1 111,17.hlch': la1 .4iuitk 1 ... 1"ln. I.\ nh.* .f lhi rtnilmrItv |hill I",uhi..n fi>r luxI '
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ATV if Vi: : > \\' i.f :Itv ,2 1 1 1 23 J. II UlUh _no.h____ IJ8 as their guests this week. Mrs. ol'" VIS.t.jt. tinllh da} ..r Oitoher' t .I. !! t'u.stu'il In me hv l.i\v: ilr hpr.hv< l I Snld'. "U

I.' l I Ulk 22 i'etliUl..s; Huper'u, biolher-ln-law, and sister, I) und 'u.8. .J li P rail:ley. doting ihe I I""Mil Illl- :Illlh duv "t '\1'' <'., II mi .1"1/10"i 'to !I.e hfM, n.lh.* Ity 110.h..I. di
Aililhi'" .n In Min-lrn, In wtek. I l'CI7: 111 I i In I nfor"sit 1.1 tou n )hy the {, I Ihe rnlnw',1, r III: -u
:NI'4: "r ;N\V.; i Ac >\ ij i.f I Mi. :uri'l Mis. \V. O. Duval and | illlI'lCIAI.I. Si\I.) I I C l lu's5 viitt.t.. nn Tueftl.i v, I.tu.Il.t.'ituher l'ltlul.' .. In.wllSnlil
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'.1 I.: \\' -if. llv ,2* II 22 C'yiUM SIMriuik' ____ _.. J.41 J-.tighte-: Atlanta. I -. C------ .\ .1. THOMAS.( It I. J'l37, for thi. puipone i.f 'hi-axt, (JII'i I1
I.ui. I. I. "-.. (II.I 7 a. 11. I 12. Gcunan I h l I I.; "I u'ittilt Coin-t ofIII I tin* followingoffic I .r... ( of i-te'ti',
i 14 ..i. i" lllk' 21 I. TflllplfHilill' \. 1 Thp many friends of Mrs. .r P. : chemists have: developed I lull'., I'omil.V. Flol Id.l 1"1 "" I I II.'I..r. ItnnuiIn

.\ I' ".'" t In :-'k., In -julllvan who has been sick a substitute for a form :c .t-t-10-i' Two .\ utei\ .mn. I 40, .\1".'H, m ., -
;M..; I ..r :.N\V; I .V W"tJ of veiy : iitiflclul cCller. : One ('|h.rlc, Ti,'eiiMnrer. Tnx USHPBfinr llHHeHHIllent '"
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M': : W ..f \\l\ 21 8 23 lliro. I I.*. Scott -......----- 1343It nre delighted to know that her condition rc'l:: S:1CJ: called ..'I .* or n""i.tr % 110 % amid tnx rr>Ut* .tor. 'I ei.Iv The. under I hit -,' S
S Ol I I.S !I. "Il, 'II.cI V liV t".l- la Improving. I "bHCCHlit. .." '1" 5. \ 11:1:1: : one ;Mm shallIitHppptom HiiedIIM In tlu hIlts, '
I. ,1Tllll.v' Aflil, I It: \hy I S I-..."". Illll u,. .:.11 I of pall! election : F A. I'ii Ii's Hald eel,'tin.deemed I It
If. S l.v 1 I..11. nil" i>r ;Mia' 111> I. J. Pi'lest, Mrs. W. xo--ii'i" : i I' itt **!.v i' ( ; I'. ,i.v;.;, niuir 1, Sc"f. !H. A. N"\80", A. W. .n"""'- .atcordlnK I toeitv
1 I .\. H ( lrl-'uu. hohler ..t 'if TaxCeltifl.nl' ,
\\,111111" < U I Iv: \VnliuitSi 'Irt. and Marvin 1.1 i dencl-llied there
.. JS It 22: ;\11.... (I. f. < !rlffiik! .. _n t"t I son, Bht al P'I o'I'lol'I'I'\IS ,( ;N..; 2.11 I In. ',..0 the lilt stn.In tfHtlninny niier'''. I hereunto I I Ihe hlKhiHt I hlddrhonne
(',.nt I ir.H' j rt s .., XH: Cor I ed the filth Sunday mtetlng l'omI..II". "! d.i v ui AitSit, .\. 1 I' 1'.'J hue rl"| ] I I HU HHCI.Um ,nv'n"me und rniiH. the i' I. clom I thif
..r "I'ull I I .V liiniiiti. Six. ,Virun I C.uham last and ,.m.. I HIM I I for i Ih''ttI't'' ...m., In mv .ffli, it mid him made np- .seil of the lot 1.1 to\vn to !.** hm'Ctiitt" I I the month of.I( 'tohei
S S I lilj ft l f. liJUj ft ;Nln .; 1 Saturday Kl.IB: .\I'TI: ioi; 41 l >\\' IN I pllilitlon, for. a I lux deed to he iMHtledIheleiin .nfflxeil' thIs the 1,1th day of August i I the, 4lh I div of Oi .li i
.. ft Iu fall Si thence day. |1..t it,I.1IX S.ild c'eltlflinte, i elliliriu'e'' I A P ItTT I Hated thin I loth d I.i umtlitI

\\ i.1" .-ill.' I st l.i l.fK _. St S 23: J J. & irrie: June; ___ s.47I' The Rev. J. T. will I TIIM: N.U"I : I II" TIIK HTATB ( W I Ihe fullouliiK dHHiliI.ed ,propel. ) .In ((OFPICI. !>IT.\ r.) I I hO>:'I7IOFFICIA1
('i.t.t. III'W 4 'or, ..r San- Guy preachat (1.1.11'I I I I ITII time "Coiintv of 1..lro'.d.' state. ut I T. Flunk, I.niulrum. Mayor. SI'XI.: )

.1.I .!..*!.*!! 1"inw iV hliiiriiulliy the Methodist Church next Sun- ni.ix.% ': r i \ I ..ll'' Kli.rlila. I..wlt': At tenth: A .1. THOMAS( ,
I .\ Ar run ;V.; , r.j fiv mi rt s 6j Jay morning. II ,iti'utsiiiimiie' froth '111)) pf Ci.ni- 'i .. SoiiihueHt Quarter ofSeitloll "'|1cm. k. I hradfoid, I'1"nl) '- ItS I

/ rt to I MuHiiii A u..y thvniC I I|i In:I hit: hrrr'nfiiic fllril :I the: I'lriult I ,I I'I.I"a. 2 'I'.hll..1| South, 3-13-Gt .9-10 $.13.lit.D-l0: .
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I': 10 I.....; 2tHie 'It 23It : -. I* 1'101"' "' '.' 1..1..1": ..__ :3143 11.nit In, nixl fur, Hliulfoiil Cnlintv Uiinve' 2J KIIHI l..nl"II\III 10 -
t ( I.lit I *..iii Til fl W I.fN'V I ''I "h.r.h..ln I u.., ..... mole or, I.... 'OIlEIi: UF rp'.u"'IIO' I I %OTI('R nF p"II( ")
;.; *.' I '..r ,., MiiiKlvrimiil over the week-end. I I .. ..\ I.. rniiiiilalnalit unit .:.lh"l The anneHHinent of the HtlUI prnpertv ron T\X : Foil .r *< IH:I"
I l.. t fliMiiluIn I di.fi-iiil.iiit. ami that under the Hulil leitlfkate I... llrnale Bill \.. .
l I..in > A M'"Kan Alley M Miss I 111:11 ( cennle Hill ViiV'r T
S rut' ;.v.; IK I n I u' "7 nH Dorothy Supp spent the tile HHlil' (lHr<*niliint I In over 21 I y..r. HiiedVIIH In the name of 1. I* Peek. XtTl't04 1 IIKKKHV 0"1':'. That I NOTiun II'HI.H\: : : "J"I.Ixile ,u..
ui ft w s. rt s f.2i-j rt veek-end In Lake Butler with Miss I Of Uirt. Ultll Illlll': llf I lHllttIU'H I till. t'ii less nalil "-",'lr."t.I .hal I lie redeemed I I* C. ClemoiiH and I I..y t'te anti"., '>..h d

I.. ""nun .1I1.-y llivncc Ethel Welch.M. k..w". and I thut tlivriIH. ,. tiernim a,.t'.r.5 I n th. property hnlilel-H' of 4-11 of Certificate' Url'nl.( :lh'k. Ilnl.. l-Hiieil thc.f ''I'u a'
!: 1411 rt I.. I..... ._ ,.- 2MI'uni 23 l II: I I. HINge KutHte ___ 1800 I|, II lit* state of 1"I..rltl. th. .irlf denrrlherl therein tit Moldto N'i I>. MO. Issued the 11th. day of AUKunt. AiiR-uHt. A 1.. >. 11133. lilt'; ,; ,phIl.Iii ".
T 117'. rt ief VK; I'nr F. Wiggins was a business ,. uf ;>ri I>ri* H upi.ti .h..m uoiiM' bindHlilil I its hlKhent hldder' at the .ourthotiHn A. H I'i28. IIBH filed name In my I niv office and ha mi"I' ."
..r III,mill! \\av tti Miivt" SIN' visitor to Starke (IffellilantIt doov cm the first Monday in office and han made application for I for tax .1..1' ,
on N i>',1.' .., llciyt Xt & Saturday. I I IH therefor, .* attIc r.I. that .1111 1 the month of ( iitoher, I HI 17. whichIM n taX deed lo he, Innued 'Ihelei.n.. I Said ....rlltkl'I' rm r'.
i,mi v in' : 6Ji. rt M Mrs. J. A. Bennett, Mrs. M. J. 'letetitlinI
IAIV fi \\ :>:JI, ri, t.. iii-ir 2<* II 23 .\. J tlllfflH ______n_ 118'J! and Dot ,li.ar I In nalil raiiN. on nr ln.for. 4thiliiv I 1..t..0 thl. aOl, day of AuiruHt, deni. .rllied ,properly In Ihe ConnIV .- r"l"wlll.r IHadtiKlorldH
l.i .. i> in. I II I L li of Itlk Sapp Sapp spent Tuesday .., (ti.lier, .A. I II. I !.17. HI hrr wlio'a ,i I !>: of Iliadfonl, Slat* of f'l.ill.la. "-' : .
S 2. I'lty I'uik Siili-Ulvl' I Alth Mis H A. Welch of Lake ''' lii.ilt.fi 1'1'' ( *..nfessp "II I he entereil 1 ii .L.'i.'h'l.t. SI'.I.) \lt : I:'tli at SW.I'r .r M."

Kli'ii \\i-iluilv, .v I I'm.' Butler.Mm nitiiiiiHt her A. .1. THOMAS, 1..1. 40, 47 In Wood lawn Section t"1 MunderK. stn 1'111" 2.
"npt1'.. .Ill I.." (.. s l1.nk.i I in further iirileri'if that thin or. i iil i I Cleik, of t 'In'll I '""1'1 of :in TouitHhlii' fi South, It.ince JDI' : ft. ;N.; aiH t. ;M '
In NS "f MI.: SIHl 28 \\'. X Jnlinwin _. G07 Marion Sapp is spending III. ... ..ir. n week I irsi forth t'l.nnty, F br Islal. Kil;: _t. iinluiiilnxr, : I: I 20 acleH, muleor I thenre 13 on mild *i it.eg.
,... 111, ii I i.f I iiik n. ('II l' fnui, nnHei'iitIve( w..k. In Hie I r..1 I n-3-r.t-io-i I .II'HH, S Section 2" T
his week I _ _ _
in Brooker _ .
i with relailvca furil I'. Trl.'M'riitih. In Tile, l:.1.'
"'lr1. $.it.t 'tvI..cI n \% enthi'ilv .I"'V .lhl.h..o nHHentneiit of the nalil' proper- .., South Hnnne 22
I- t 4 'n",1.| 'ttcrkp: 1.'J..1 I'ounly. 1"11. MIIUH OP Xl'l'lllTION tv under the sit Id us i-.ln..lt.i l b.II..I.1 "h..n.. of I"'
&sturkf In *1 I Till lir fif 1117.A : loll '1" % \ lll'.l'.llOrnnle : : the uf I 1 ..tiltiS
ill lion to Wi4 'h. \UI".t. i \li name M illl- erty under the
..r lil'1< .-_ in it sit Xlllllile I Kvditluve. __ a 73s.t. : Mrs. G. \.. Sapp of Brooker and I J. THOMAS.I'leik < Illll .o. "':ll ,. 1. .. ,: ied nan I In t lie "."itt
I. .t T. Ar H (.? I Ilk IV ftn". Mis. A. Sapp tire spending this of I'ircu I t I',""rt. ,:I. N-OTICH: HKiiKiir: Il ':S. That I I'n less sic Sd lettlflcllte I ..h.1 I he redeemed S '
k .tiM Ailil, .-- u__ SI: 2J: M"'. t.lXXle, II..IIIIIKI.-, F. 9.3. .'..IO.1I I II I I A. H < iwen, holdrr of 'I'a. Ceitirllale HI cittdintr( to law, 'h. "prnieity > "l I ',rre.H nald reltlfl'a'deemed
w"'lh _..___ ________ .-. I \.k In Birmingham. Ala., with .No. AHil. iHHilid I I the riav of ileHcllI.ed, therein lie Hold toIhe S ",',' to ltW
2 AI,'r.... In ; i-'i: cif !>II.I\i iiM.lllllll'll ,1-clr brother-in-law and sister, Mr.I I 'UTI.: IK .e 1'.'. If *'1'1'% .'"Iv, A. 11. I I'bmtl:' han filed name In I guest I hldder wil ihe court erty dene. .r.lnl. > .
K: I.V llllWllllltl* ,, '1' X lll.l.ilni.lv : : my i.ffli'e and IIIIH made. nppll I liitI'uui hoiive door' on the first Mond.iv Inthw I the highest lildiler.
i.Il, :4 (hv I'll1' hv St AV 1 nJ Mrs. George Baker. < .< HIM >.,. Hill: fill11, .tax deed ti. I he InHlieil I therein month nf lutoliet., 1137. whlth In linnne d...'. on th" fl
)l.v h.sklie .Aclil ai II 22: .1. U.I II<.y,1 61111 Hirry Sapp of Rrooker was vis- NOTU'K; IS 11':11: ,I7N.;.; ThatKmlrr Said I'eillfltale I .."ira'e.. "its following I the 4th dnv of Octoher. 1017fiiteil 'h. mimI h Hepreitilw. I5
("IllS l.i.t of I.I .. n..1 I I 41)' fil* I 14h1 Sn,I I.t Tat < >r- I ui.....i I Hied propeity S In Ihe County this 2lld.: day the Hth, dnv of Ken
N A >. Ky 120 VilK i: 4 W ting here Tuesday night. liri.-iit No, 5J'>. ,. ', the 7lh day of I llradfoid. Stale of V'Inrlla. ti.. IP31 lruln".1'II" Tinted thin Ith d,iV >r '

S "si i ; cur .., MK1r i We arc sorry to report that Mrs. uf AtlKUHl. A. I I 1)1. nan filed KiliimIn wlt.S lOr'Ftct xr. SIAI.I I (O 'FI"IAI." 11.\1.; '
"$,: 4 11 J 6 3.1:/ T! J AM, u.i B51 niy i.ffltt* .n,1 tnatli* tiiipllI'lMotr I. l''a.Ht-half of NortlieaHt Quarter A. .1. T A". A .1 :I (5. 5..
I'I 1 l. W. Andrews il! and hope she '.'r a t a a fleert li. |1..1..0 of XouthweM Quarter of Section Clerk .r 11: (',.ur' of I I 'I..rk "of I 'Ir( luP

CARL JOIt:.'. tIt (ulluuliiK( ilfHti, (lied l4tOt'l'tY In -:a.'. c"l\tRIII"t 20 Acres. more 8.2.Gt.p-2 8. t.' .0






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EDUCATE YOUR CHILD NEEDS ';

GoodWholesome Ii

1 ont BOY OR SIRL. .\LOSHnS.S'IAL Foods !
OTHER ASKl.L LINES. AS A New Eugene Permanent PETERSON'SIFOI' k

Waving Machine Makes Per- .\ \ELLs oitirui : THINiS ,
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manent Waving Pleasure
rEACH THEM THAT THRIFT IS a .
rHE FIRST ELEMENT OK SUC- less heat, less time with ,
ESS IN EVERY LINK OF EN- i
lEAVOR. more comfort for a real Eu- ," '" .. : You can always get the best '

gene Permanent. Come in and freshest at our store j 1 '
WANT Till REST MII-K I ,
-r\RT A :s;.\\'ISCO'O'ST:; and give us a trial for your POSSIBLE: TO FROIII( K;-C'\LI.
FOR \OIR CHILD AMHEN next school term. PHONE .%O. 115.UK \\t: \Lxo: CAKRV A FILL INK: J.
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be kept in its most 1;
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Another Successful Term
U'S TIME TO GET CLICKED healthful state only through :
\\I1K.NOT DRINK M1I.K THINK
.I.(I'HOOI"I.KE FOR THE: OPENING IT HABIT OF For TheBradford (II- FOREMOST PRODUCTS FARMS.E. "'}toJ'Ess.a' :\! the use of real ice refrigeration. ff'. : i

10 CALL ON I'S FOR OUR: County Let us serve you this I,
B\KBEK !SERVICE. High School

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CITY BARBER SHOP STARKE STAVE MILL KMtl.V MORMNU DKLIXKHIKM,\AFTERNOON: year.STARKE ICE CO.

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Getting ChildrenSome Ready For School Ji!,

excellent adviceon getting CLOTHING AND SHOES, H 1 t"
children for school Is by' the is In NO !
ready given I lie sure that clothing light i
PEPSI-COLA Dr F. JI Register In The Progl'esI I weight, but waim A wrap should MATTER WHO YOU ARE 3 i.' ,
slve Fa rmer. He especially urgesthat be worn to and from school, but a ,1
each child entering school for child should remove outer wrap Student Teacher
the first time receive a physical ex- or ; i
when entering school) loom. As
amination In a pie-school clinic or
by some good doctor, and adds the for shoes, there Is no other article Parent :

Famous for Over 30 Years following suggestionsA :- of clothing 80 Important. Shoes ,:, fi fiII
MEDICAL EXAMINATION. .should have low heels and good

.It the doctor or the clinic thick soles and should be large Ii
Bigger and Better finds bud tonsils, adenoids, poor enough. Remember too, that R YOU WILL ENJOY DRINKING, :'

eyesight, poor hearing, skin eruptions child's\ foot grows fast. COCA COLA. THROUGHOUT !
hookworm, or sores, flat fret,
heart or lung trouble, spinal curvature FOOD.See that every child I TUB DAY. DRINK IT AS OFTEN ,;
NO BLUFF"A or any defect that could hat a good lunch. And please let AS YOU LIKE. IT IS GOOD "}5 5i
handicap the child, he should have .
him carry the lunch In a strong :
treatment that will cure or remedyany FOR YOU.
basket nAher,' than a tin box or ,
such defect. Let the doctor "
thoroughly e"amlnethe skin. bucket. If you must use a tin Jr.
GENUINE DRINK \\1TH A PROUD RECORD"DAVE ,
SEE THE DENTIST., Have bucket punch plenty of holes in it }

a good dentist to go over the in order that the food may get STARKE
child teeth and have him put plenty of air, which keeps bread
them In good shape and let him :rind other food from! getting soggy COCA COLABOTTLING :: lr:
examine the child for
SILCOX Distributor gums pyor-
Encourage them to drink an abun-
rhea and trench mouth. These diseases 9
of and eat of CO. i
sap the child's mind and dance milk plenty
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THEVLt LOOK EVERYTHINGTHVT IT IS A FINE THINGTO ,
THEIR BEST
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IV ( LOTHES FROM IS :NECKSS\RV: FOR !SCHOOL UEU PREPARED
JESSIE; .MAE'S CAN BK FOUND ON OUR
MEALS
FOR
CONGRATULATIONS! COUNTERSFROMPAPER THE 'f

AND INK !SCHOOL; CHILD ARKK8SKNTI4U i
f TO (LOTIIING SEE A NEW TERM OF SCHOOL GET UNDER ,I t t'c
WAY. THERE IS NO MORE CHEERING SIGHT THAN \
I AM:: EXTREMELY GLAD THAT I AM ABLE TO BE TO SEE OUR BOYS AND GIRLS GROW TO MANHOODAND ,\ 11
HOME: AT THE BEGINNING OF THE NEW TERM FORB. PRIEST'S 5c TO $1 WOMANHOOD IN THE WHOLESOME ENVIRONMENT -
H S. AND I AM VERY PROUD TO BE ASKED TO OF THE SCHOOL ROOM THEREFORE, I Yi'
I ADDRESS THE STUDENTS AT THIS HAPPY TIME. STORECONGRATULATIONS TAKE PLEASURE IN EXTENDING MY BEST WISHESAT I'
LET US ALL WORK TOETHER FOft THE BEST YEARIN THE BEGINNING: OF THIS!' NEW TERM. Ol'K PLATE Ll'NCIIKS H t

HISTORY. ARE UEILOOKED, I'

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"(11001 AGE ALWAYS A PLEASURETO HEALTHY LUNCHESHELP

ATJESSIE BRADFORD COUNTY

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KEEP UP THE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF
t'ttav.- THE SCHOOL CHILD THAT CANNOT GO HOME FOR
TERM.:: AS
BRADFORD HIGH BEGIN ITS
SEE
THE NOONTIME MEAL. WE MAKE SURE OUR HOT
YOUR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT I SHALL CONTINUE LUNCHES CONTAIN A BALANCED DIET OF TASTY
MY ENDEAVOR TO MAKE THE MOST OUTSTANDINGLY School BeginsIt FOODS.
SUCCESSFUL TERM WE HAVE EVER .I COMPLETE LINE OF SCHOOL: SUPPLIES

HAD. Is \Important that the school child ONE BLOCK FROM !'i'IIOOI.,4..,
nun the best of e ter thlni( good to eat.
Try f.KKE.VS!I MEATS and !I.*. n\lilted, lf,. the bet--
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FOCR BRADFORD roNn'TFI..EGK.U'H.; STARVE FLORIDA FRIDAY S'I'TK\IJH.I:

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Mr. Honored --- --- Landrum Elected Head :MRS. .,. L. --
Nasworthy Miss", Helen Steele I K \llic. .rl;
At Nautical PartyMrs. Honoree At Dance District Five W. O. W. -'- airy:

I 'f ocictfj C. Naswoithy:: was hoa- Mr. and Mr W. B. Mundy were FAVO'RITE'RECIPES T. Frank Landrum was elected Mr. and Mrs. W , tess Sunday night at 7 o'clock at hosts Friday night at 8:30: o'clockat president: of the Fifth Florida District Miss Louise Stern V.M. 11''alalkk"i1Sunday

her summer cottage on Kingsley a dance in the Woman's Club W. O. W., at a meeting heldIn afternoon to atu,,. the tu
Lake at a nautical supper, when she building when they entertained In Lake City Wednesday night neral of Mrs A. L Kahi. t.i

t entertained In honor of Mr. Nas- honor of their guest, MIIIII Helen Avocado Salad Other officers: ; chosen from the Mrs. Kahr, 32. died at h... ,

Shower-Tea Honoring Guy-Adkins Wedding Party u'01.thy, wbo celebrated his birthday Steele of Gainesville.The The next time you have a party Stiike: camp were Henry Silcox, el"'" home In HollUtep carp Sunday rnolJ

Miss\ Hazel Adkins Honored At Buffet anniversary at that time. large auditorium where the try this recipe for avocado salad.It secretary and J. H. Fields who morning following a long ilneyd

i Supper Wednesday Evening The nautical idea was carried out young people gathered was made makes an attractive dish and It was picked asxme of the vice-pres- She la survived by her husband, A'
Miss Hazel Adklns was honored
L. Kahr
In every detaiL The table where attractive by the use of yellow asters Is delicious. Mrs J. C. Adklns of idents. her mother Mm :
. Friday afternoon by Mrs. N. Stern- Mrs L. A. Davis, Mrs J. E. Wilson beth Tanner Elba
the guests were seated was over fern and bamboo. Gainesville offers this recipe.. The local delegation succeeded In of Hnijstl) + .\ .
fg berg, Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Miss Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, and Mrs. J. H. rater 1
laid with a red. white and blue Pare three avocadoes. Cut In having Starke named aa the loca- Reynolds of '
Mrs. Mml Mina Manassa and Miss Annie Mae Mrs. T. T. Long were hostesses at ; and three ,
cloth with sailors emblems In each and Miss Steele received the guestsat half lengthwise and remove seed tion for the next district meeting brothers L ;i r
Pearce, who were Joint hostesses a buffet supper! given at 8 o'clock and O. U
corner. The central adornmentwas Fill halves with which will be held time In Tanner of Florahcn7"E.
the door of the auditorium and and membrane. some ,
at a shower-tea given at the home I| Wednesday night In honor of the L Tanner '
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a mirror to lake of one-half lb. cottage December. of Hollin,
a ,
mixture
of Mrs. Sternberg, on N. Walnut Guy-Adkins wedding party. It was represent each was asked to write in thehonoree's
Street. ., held at the home of Mr and Mrs holding a ship. Blue candles in autograph book as he I cheese one cup chopped pecans or Twenty-three members from the ,.(.
Bowl8 silver holders balanced the central tered the room. l'n-I California walnuts one cup shred- camp here attended the meeting. Plant buds
and vases of red and white L. A. Davis Immediately followingthe are roC)
d roses added to the charm of the rehearsal Wednesday afternoon arrangement. I Mrs. A. H. Johns, presiding at ded ripe olives one teaspoon minced Theirs was the largest delegationof blooded." They He covered. II'lIlm'

living room and the colors of red Miniature boats containing mints the punch table served! punch wafers chives or parsely. one-half lea- any out-of-town camp. scales not to keep warm but With t
and white were carried out In all A profusion of pink roses coral were the favors found at each and mints throughout the eve spoon salt. Press two avocado .' prevent evaporation.

i' details of this lovely affair. vine and fern attractively arranged guest's place. The nautical Idea ning. The table was covered witha halves together, wrap in wax pa- Barbara Jean Johns

The hostesses and the guest of In baskets and vanes adorned was further carried out in the des- lace cloth and centered with the per, twisting ends firmly in place. Memorial Fund

honor Miss Adklns received in the the lower floor where the guests sert course, the Ice cream molded punch bowl surrounded by asters Chill thoroughly unwrap and slice
living room and were assisted, innerving I gathered. Quantities of burning In the shape of a ship. and fern. Assorted wafers and crosswise. Serve three slices on Miss Kate Struth's Sunday
with School Class for beginners of the MODERNneed
and looking after the pink tapers further added charmto Those enjoying this delightful mints placed at cither end, com- bed of endive, sprinkled
Methodist Church will ,
start fund
French a
pleasure of the guests by Mrs. H. the lovely occasion. Greeting the party were: Mrs. Elizabeth llea- pleted the table decorations. : dressing. wall
for special and will call
B McLendon Mrs. W. P. Randall guests upon arrival were the four dle; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McLendonof During the evening the guests occasions )
this the
Barbara Jean Johns Memorial II
Miss Lois Adkins and Miss Lillian hostesses.The Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Harold were delightfully entertained by Weiner Roast Given -
Fund in
of little
Sternberg.The dining table from which the Geitner. and Mr. and Mrs. Page Marion Brown, Joan Carpenter For Young Visitor: Barbara Jean who memory was a

miscellaneous shower of supper was served was laid withan Plnell. all of Gainesville. Dorothy Faxley and Charles Pen- Misses Marian and Helen Dowl- of this class. membel'j Ywy

beautiful gifts were on display in fmpuilel) lace cloth and had as -. der, who gave several dance and ing were hosts Wednesday night Ten cents will he lidded
y,. the dining room. The dining table its central embellishment an attractive Called MeetingA I solo numbers. They were accompanied I fund
at their home when they entertained each week and on BarbaraJean's waterproufrteaee
was covered with a lace cloth arrangement of pink rosesand at the piano by Mrs. H. C. Colorful, cr(,
"J with weiner roast In honor of birthday 23.
February
called of a a
special meeting the I and
and centered to clean Till;
by a silver candelabra Brown. easy sea
fern in a low DOWI. Comple- I Woman's Club of Starke will beheld Miss Angeline Blackburn of Bar- penny for each year will be added. no
holding five red candles that menting the table decorations were Each guest receded a balloon as tow. Miss Struth's class will use this upkeep or redecoration
(t shed their soft light over the linen Wednesday afternoon Sep- Ea male'llvenwllloou .
silver candle holders with burning a favor of the dance. fund nu t
, silver and tember 8. at 3 o'clock at the club Those enjoying the party with for flowers for the sick.
crystal. pink tapers and silver compotes Seventy members of the youngerset .- lion on new or modeniuinc "orkCENTRAL .
for
building the purpose of elect- the honoree were: Misses Betty
The hostesses and their assistants holding pink and green party were present to enjoy the eve- SlltS. CHERRY GRAY
and officers
Ing Installing the new and Carolyn Green. Grace Dew, : t'L \.
a served ice cream In the formof mints. for the club year of 1637-38., ning with the honoiec. Jacqueline Andrews Loral Bennett Mrs. Cherry Gray of St. Petersburg TILE & \RRIK! ;

I a white brick centered by a ted The guest list included Miss --.-- Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Mundy in Grace and Dorothy Green, died August 27. She was the COMPANY: .tH: )

cakes heart and the individual angel food Hazel Adkins, Miss Lois Adkins Circles: Will Meet Tuesday caring for and chaperoning the Willa Vida Klllingsworth. l\arUle mother of Mrs, Jimmie Woodwardof 707 W. Boundar.v 1m
. were topped with red hearts. Miss Annie Mae Pearce, Miss Vir- young people were; Mrs.! A. H. Hemingway Dorothy Ellen and Starke. She died in a St. Petersburg Gainesville
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Florida
"" to There this were sixty persons invited ginia Johns of Allendale, S. C. Miss Circles of the Woman's Missionary Johns Mrs. E. J. Dowling, Mrs. J. Helen Steele of Gainesville; Betty hospital following 'a heart _

beautiful afternoon party. Miriam Guy of Hampton Mr. and Society of- the Methodist D. Godwin of the State Farm, Mrs. Miller of Perry; Betty Strlngfel- attack. ".IMe. .

". The Mr. W. E. Wilcox of Ft. Lauderdale Church will meet Tuesday after- 1 Thomas Long of Tallahassee and low Enza Weaver Sadie Prince -
first modern secret ballot was Mr. and Mrs. R. G, Caldwellof noon at three-thirty o'clock. (The Miss Dorothy Sapp. of State Farm; Leon Joyner of

, in 1856.Introduced in South Australia Philadelphia, Pa., Fred Guy, I meetings will be Tuesday instead Bartow; N. T. and Tommy Ritch,

1. John. Henry and Emory Guy of Monday, on account of conflictIng Miss Adkins And Mr. Guy Buddy Bishop Billy Jackson, In-
\ Owen Grifin of St. Augustine A. activities.) Honored At Buffet SupperMrs. man Green, Ernest Dowling Jr., WANTED

CARS CLEANED UP Z. Adkins, Jr., Inman McElroy, Circle Number One with Mrs W. Frank Hemingway Emmett Ferryman -
' Do You Want Your Carr Mrs. Ethel Biggs, Mr and Mrs E. Middleton O. L. Beasley was hostessat
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; as leader will meet L. M. Gaines and Billy -
r I; Washed or Polished If K. G. Duncan Judge and Mrs. A. Z.Adklns at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charley a lovely buffet supper Tuesday Dowling. Seteral Real Good Farms For Sale, large T:<,CJ.K!:
for
the Rev. and Mrs. W. F. evening, at her .home on Walnut general farming and reasonably priced.11'E .
You Do
Please SeeAKTHt'R E.
Johns.
; Hostesses: Mrs. HAVE: THE
Mrs. E. BUYERS.
J.
Dowling Mrs. A. E.
St., complimenting Miss Hazel Ad-
.. SWANBOM: Fischer L. A. Davis, J. E 'ilson Johns and Mrs. Hogan Smith.

lit. 1, Box 20. Law try D. P. Carpenter. T. T. Long, the Circle Number Two, with Mrs. kins and Fred Guy. assisted McKinney the and hostesses Mrs. Roy in Roberts caringfor ALSO. HA\E INQUIRIES: ; : FOR TIMBER Lo\Sn.
v Rev. J. T. Guy of Hampton, Mrs. J. Pearl The lower floor of the home was l.V LARGE TRACTS
f Simpson as leader will meetat the guests.
opened en suite for the occasion.
A the Methodist Church. ---. WILSON REALTY
Quantities of summer flowers, with CO.

;k LIFE INSURANCEIn ''C. Adkins of Gainesville, Mr. and the colors of pink 'and blue pre- Young Matron's Circle

Mrs. L. L. Roane >lr. and Mrs. W. I dominating adorned the living 1 The Young Matron's Circle of

an OLD LINE, tried<
not only a source of satisfaction as a matter of pro- of Jacksonville and Joe Perryman the guests gathered. the home of Mrs. R. L. Kemp.In .

' te<.tl o I room from a long table, which was B. M. MODEL A
;jciiir own future IndependenceOW while you areph.IC'alJ FusseK Mrs. Ethel Ray- WESTERN AUTO
sl laid with a handsome lace cloth mond lead two Psalms followed FORD
;) fit, come In let's talk it o\er. Send IT* Your Kodak Film ,
for I and centered with a silver bowl with prayer by Mrs. Kemp. MCFFLERcAssociate
Development. One day IIt'rvI I and fern.
containing pink roses
HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY Ice and flrttt clans work guaranteed. Candle holders in the form of pink After all business was transacted Store, Starke $1.75
We make enlargement a social hour was enjoyed at
GENERAL INSURANCE to 14\17 inches. Jive m a trial.up roses held burning blue tapers and which time Mrs. Kemp, assisted by
balanced the central adornment. I
Misses Doris Crews and Doris Harrison DAVIS DE LUXE
CARRADINE-8, I.AWTEYi After supper each guest was given served lemonade and cook TIRE PDW"-
a wedding booklet and the girls ies to those 70c to $1.2510LEAF
present
TIRES TUBES
'f. .==r .- 'I drew a picture of the groomelectand
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the boys of the bride-elect. (Guar. 18 :Mo.) (Heavy Red)
.t ill Paul Knight received a linen hand- Swimming: Party For !SIZE PRICE: PRICE: I

kerchief for making the best pic- Miss: Eva Rigdon 450-21 _.___________0.8-5 LSI: FRONT SPRING*

" SCHOOL STARTS ture of Miss Adkins and Miss Vir- Miss Pauline Tomslnson gave a 47.VI9 ?__________7.23 1.33 For Model A FORD

I ginia Johns drew the- beat pictureof surprise swimming party on Lake GOO-16 ___________1060 1.98 $2.23ALL
Mr. Guy and she also was pre- Anna nenr Brighton, Fla., last

ti MONDAY sented a handkerchief. Thursday evening in honor of Miss OTHER !o IZtST BIG SAYINGS IS'Irarw: !
; Mrs. Beasley gave the honorees Eva Rigdon of Starke who Is visiting R\TTEKF-
a piece of their chosen pattern of Miss Lois Clements of Okee- LONG RUN GOOD; PENN
I. silver as a memento of this delight. chohee. Pure Motor OilIOTOR: OIL $6.95:

, TIME TO GETREADY ful party. Swimming and games were en- H'ax-Free>, p..neFint'st In the 43Pluto Extra=fha ,a
[. Those enjoying the party with joyed by all. Refreshments were rating Tough World **- Gu.tnintirri

the honorees were; Mr, and Mrs. W. served by Misses! Pauline and Evelyn YOt'K CHOICE POUR CHOICE 2 Full ) PUP. .
E. Wilcox: Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Selph to the guests. Other VI I/aril
4 SAE 10 or 50 SAE 30. 40. 50
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Caldwell BATTERIE.55c
r Misses Lois Adkins An- Those present were the honoree, Gal.
nie Mae Pearce Miriam Guy. and Miss Eva Rigdon, Miss Lois Clements CJt. 1.75 3.49 10.60
W NOW I' Virginia Johns; John Guy, Henry I Miss Evelyn Selph Misses 15c In 2 Gallon Can to
I Guy, Owen Griffin. A. Z. Adkins, I Pauline and Willa Tomslnson and Saves You Half on Guaranteed IOO(

[ Jr.. and Paul Knight. : Miss Minta Johnson, Wilson Lonely Your Oil Bill Pure Pennsylvania Com In
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins assisted Mrs. Meb Ruulerson Jim Clements! SEE and HK:.Mi:

W',,1 e Beasley In entertaining the guests. Wilson Selph, and Judge W. T. CRANK CASE SERVICE THE WONHEKr I I.TRI'ETONE 1.
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Breeding troubles lowered production --. AUTO PARTS-ACCESSORIES R A U I t 0 -

and difficulty: in raising One fragment of a meteorite Yon Ulll Its \m.ued -

-- r I calves are more evident in the win- which fell near Paragould Alk., in Electrical Goods at Big Savings at Lnxt I'rlii-' ..

) \ ? T ,11 .'. ter following a dry year. 1930, weighed 820 pounds.

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F:1'TCf.ItiLC >s. 1937 'j
.,; rvlNS > BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAR HE, FLORIDA ...,(.E FIVR '1 '
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I' Mr. and Mrs. Roger; Ward of St. Mrs. Matilda Ritch of Raifordwas l 1 '1f .: Of/ 'rr..If".O" TOW NSKND NOTICK t:1fi:i
Augustine were gunts.Sunday of shopping In Starke Wednesday e'Oil 'rev Ufon
Mrs. Ward's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1 (..m.tr Illll \.. 111n ,I The next regular meeting convenes 'I
Bits of P. S. Denmark. ,'\-: IH HHRKHY (!lVl;::>:, That Monday night. September 8, I
1s I ---- --- ". K O.Neitl, holder. .. No HVI. .iHHilnl th. 71 h
Mrs Jack Prather and little ,, Keystone Heights U. the live- I
new
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A"""" A I n.,1933. linn flied
Mr. and :Mrs. J. -G. Lynn and children daughter, Anita, left Tuesday for my office and has mud .p- wire president, All who are at all '
spent the \veek-end in Ocala their home In LOB l ,n.. for n tar deed lo be Issued. "
Angeles. Calif., Interested in this
. ,. MHhl l t certlfUHti emhiacew' great recovery
Local dew I visiting ::\11'. and Mrs. Homer Sha- after an extended visit with Mrs. :; ..,, .1"1'1..41 I prnpfiify In measure ought to attend to catch .
y fer. PI'alher's lIIr. and I ,"nt)' of Itindforil slate of
parents, Mrs A. 1 ., 10.'" It. the spirit of the forward-looking :
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' CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND F. SauU.Mr. '....,. Qimrter" nf sort hen xl plans that will be pr..ent.8pe. ,
I.I.I. :Mrs. A. S. Crews and Mis. L D. I rler "T *tt'tton 17 TowriNhU. vial music ''I
. OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN I; h. Itauga' StS 1'J:ast, cant,,iii- also will probably be 1
I.f 1q OGRESS: Vining have returned to their respective and Mrs. R.. G. Caldwell, of :, : 4(1( Anew, more .r' lean, furnished t' !

,f, homed after a visit in Dublin Philadelphia Pa., arrived here HHHvNinf-nt.. "the ,.nnli of. 1 Ihw.r"th'R'Bald/ 'pi'op|I..>* Ernest Thot'nqueat, Sec. ."

Gu. Tuesday and are guests of Judge In the name of t'nkimwti I
I NH. said certificate. Khali. Im A
re- privately-owned blimp in Califotnla -
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I and Mrs. A. Z. Adklna.! Mrs Caldwell itrrorrllnw I. to Inw, Urn prop IiI i
Annie E. Ward of Graham Mrs. D. E. Knight and Paul :Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs will was an attendant In the Guy- .. therein .will tie srld 1 I has carried 21.000 persons .i,1,
grew highest/ bidder at the court without an accident. I
visitor. here Wednesday. Knight have returned home from spend Sunday and Monday in Jack- Adkins wedding Thursday evening. door on the first. Monday. In *\ '!

irIS a Jacksonville Beach where they sonville, celebrating the Jewish "4th"h day of
N' Pternberg!\ Is In Palatka spent the past two weeks. holiday. Mr. and Mr. H. L. Brownlee, Jr. l .,l this Int., luy of St'iitcinlier' ", birth of Christ now are lighted "by a
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1011'S -- ------- ----- of New Orleans, La., the e' 'iv r
-Mr and Mrs. R. A. Wells. announce ''J\I. SEAL' ) electricity i
,!JJtlng Miss Eva Rigdon returned to Mrs. Earl Scaring has returned birth of a son on July 9. Mrs. A. .1. TMII.MAX 1

Rosalind and :MIriam Ja- her home Sunday after an extended (from Fernandina where she has Brownlee was formerly Miss Rosa I'Ierk, of Clrrnil I'ounly,Omul Klorlila.cifItmilfuiil '. paper of'In general Hiailford"Io'o'U''II..n.oiinty. I'9urlda., pnhllxhHd t k

MIS.-tS this week visit: in Miami, West Palm 'spent !the summer with )'lr. Searing Leviton and the son was named //0-1 s.ITNFaS= I my hand' and off I-In, I of. a
several days weal. I of HaUl, Couit, thin It,
pant September
"
Morris !
will Beach and Okeechobee. who is in business there. Leviton Brownlee. -- -- 111.17,
I ID Jacks,>TIvilll'. I ___ \ ': N VMI5 OK1 111': HTATM: ..' .\. J THOMAS: i'''
I
---------- Lamb.'H.
i / (' II.I : .If-rk. of I'lrenlt. I'ontt '
W, B. Parcs| and Miss Kit Misses Helen and Dorothy Ellen I :Mr. and Mrs C. L. Stockwell and Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Bates and fam- .'><-iirlnK Iw nfriilavlt' flied In I ltrn
ly Mrs Hogw.l spent Wednesday in Steele returned to their home In children Mary Lorraine and Kathleen ily, who were guests of Mrs. Bates'brotherinlaw -,',"'Inl"I'liiniiv IUIIMI, Klorlilii in' I'hTiilt, In t'ouil c'111111-, T,Ally, KitvNK for I'liilntirr i.x.vrmr.M: II,1

Gainesville Sunday after a visit ct, Eusti!: will spend the and sister, Mr. andMrs. ] -"III1'd. linrittliv" ...IcnnliiKHh i-a-it-io-i 1 ..
$jidisonville. here with :Mr. and Mrs. J. B. weekend here. O. \ |,,,' fiHlritirr, v .1. I I. tI..IiI'- i
V.'hlle. .
Sapp. _____ left Friday !"- ''' I' and! 'the cliff' IHHy- 1(1)\- Hs-m; i' >
Kitty Hogaed returned to ..--- h___ __ morning for their home InVest ;; hHliiK,, :IMMHtf: that tile MM. OIMHC 1II""t '
}!'SI I.. >*lit.> of Suite'
a ii nl a nr :
Did
I- after ex- Miss Isabel Fernandez left Misses Palm you know that you can get
,, home Saturday an Clarice Gill! and Elaine ')' unknown In the I'l.ltlltlf
Beach-
visit in HayesviHe N, C. Thursday for Havana, Cuba to resume Edwards and Bill Doyle' of Galnes- -- tliciiIH I no person, In. the' rid 1 of body odor (1IIIc'kly by sponging / i"',' '
t .
iMMlfd : "r Kloltll.l. *erclrx llf 1M Hmilll '
= |
] with bit of Ml 31
yourself a
her duties teacher 'villa \
of wham
as a cpent) Tuesday afternoon In Frederick Bishop who is the M upon' would pt>rm>n-
Limbaugrh of Lakeland was English in the Colegla Aleman. | Jacksonville "" *.old .r..I"n.. Solution ? It kills genn.s, refreshes I:
t I T N,, guest of Mr. and Mrs. IL.. Matthews -
of.Ir.! and S'Iii' "|-:Iii( -:i', that' tinilpfind.. the skin and takes away perspiring .\1' .
N eue',t Thursday I ---- spent the first part of the J. I 1I It-iccpiith. appeiir" to the
, 1rs.; H. L H1 owolee. Mrs. S. R. Johns JI', and baby, I G. C. Gamble of Laurenceburg, week In Sarasota with Mr. and I ) .r ('ntniilallit on the 4l\l\ .of : body odors. Buy Mi 31 Solution for '
I i I li'a7.' nther\\lsit. d 4to( at the Rexall !\ I,1
II "il i Drug Store. Ml
I I --- are spending this week In Jack- I ITenn., is visiting friends here He Mrs H. O. Daniel and Russell Dan 1.. "r....,.. will tit entered' nei lust
Paul K Canovn, Jr., of Bonifay sonville with Mrs. Johns' parents Is a former employee of the Florida iel..,,He leaves today for his homein r .hiM fitiliitif In appi'iir" ; That 31 Solution Is guaranteed to satisfy .
'
.
\\eek-end here with his Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rltch. State Faim. Hollis, L. I. .1. '* lie ,puhllehed, nee aveek I Ir you. The Mitchell Ding Store in j';
."rnt the roiiHiH'iit'e weeks In thvl I
tool her Mis. Emma Canova. I ;, r: ;; :.: t'imntv; Telegraph; I I a neWMI: I I Statke. ,Adv. 11 I

Little Miss Ona Dernorest arriv-i
f, Mrs. P. :M. Barefoot and daughters I'liMTnr Oil mid Benzol. Sl.-
Glt-n Duke of Miami Beach ed Sunday from Baltimore, M '
Mrs. j Sara and Juanita. Mrs. L. trunk Feed and Seed (-o.
L visiting relatives and friends spend the winter with Mr. and Mrs. I I!" J'I ; FUNERAL DIRECTOR !
Green and little daughter, Judy, -- I I ; '
l-rf Gainesville and Ocala.WCT.t R. F. Demorest.Mrs. .
anJ in | and Mrs. Many Ye.rs Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render
A. E. McKinney, spent 1\1111 ses Clara: Flume and Elizabeth : -
I Tuesday in Jacksonville Mills of Jacksonville returned EFFICIENT P OMI'T and roritTCOVS SEKICEMODERATE : ?,
) will meet Friday with T. Frank Landrum and
-- Sunday lifter an extended visit PRICES
4'4'DeWITT \
H G Kemp who is always an children returned to their home :: .
lira
Mis. Lucius Howland and children with Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hinson in :: C. JONES '
JIIteresting leader. Thursday after a visit In Inverness Virginia and Phillip left Ft. Lauderdale. Miss Mills was accompanied ", Starke, Florid .1 3i:\1
'-
with Mr. and Mrs J. A. Landrum.
Tuesday for their home in Orlando to her home In Jack- j'KI'TAB '
White returned home 1
0V I i __ :
\ after spending a month at the' sonville Sunday by her parents Mr. '
Ihursday night after spending Mr. and :Mrs.: H. O. Smith and I and Mrs. W. 'J
Burns' cottage on Kingsley Lake R. Mills who were "
weeks in Highlands N. C. children of Jacksonville '
t.ret': are spending weekend guests of Mr and Mis FORT HOWARDFauiey : J

their vacation at the Cady i: Mr. and Mrs. George B. Flynn F. ,F, Flume.CENT Fla. Cane SATIN FINISH ,
Hiss Marjory Demaree of In- Lake.
Landing on Kingsley I|I and children George, Jr., and Betty TIPTOP
danapolis! Ind., was a recent
i Ann spent Sunday at Jacksonville U
i
Jest of Mr and Mrs. H. C. Ritch. Miss Elaine Edwards returned .' SYRUP TOILET
Beach. George Jr. remainedfor A
Thursday from a two week visit I WORD
a longer: visit with relatives. I
llrs D T Clark of Miami isthe with her uncle and aunt Mr. and I TISSUE

guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Daniel of Sarasota.Mr. I II COLUMN GROCERY : [

Mrs.: :N C Wainwright, Sr. I N. Stern'oersreturned Sunday Pt. Bottle 10c .
I N. C. and will
and Mrs. J. H. Fields ;lave from Wajnerville WANTED--Middle-aged woman as S ItOLL!
4
& 3.
I continue his vacation in Daytona for Friday Saturday September
housekeeper elderly lady living -
B! \Vitkovski has returned to as a guest their sn. Charles "
!"::> home after a week a vacation Fields, who is a member of the U. I bug.I Beach. with his son, Dr. S. Stern- 5lre.; See G. VT. Thomas. tf b'k't SOc LOWEST PRICES YOURS 20c' 'j"1'Gal. I i :

it t Jacksonville\ Beach. S. Navy. I -
rNTIQUEHBig:: assortment of I

I See us for Pine Tar mid Ihnol.Slstrunk old things in glassw; are, china, ..\O.on ('(IOKINOCABBAGE 'i
Co), am :Mrs H. V. Knight spent Mrs. R. F. Clark and son, Mer- ;
Feed and Seed ( 0. brass, silver! chairs, dressers tables -
Tuescay In 'lacksonville where Col. ton Clark, who spent the past two I Lb. 2'c'
etc. Kelly's Store, 520 W. APPLES 6Lbs. 25c >
!Knight atttmled court. months In Bingbampton N. Y., returned ii';
I and Mrs. L. L.
I home Tuesday.Mr. Mrs. J. L. Briggs, Adams St., Jacksonville, Fla.
I Roane of Jacksonville, and Mrs.J. 8.27.4tp NO. I COBBLERPOTATOES

Sirs,that L all S Hutto Woodman, secretary, and Mis. Tom Collar and Mr. C. Adkins of Gainesville arrived Doz. 1 lOc
Circle LIMES
'gts
: :
Wednesday for a visit with Judge WANT A MODEL T FOHD. Must 10 Lbs. 17c t
OUts be paid! to her by Saturday. and Mrs. Harley Warren of High and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. be cheap. Not particular about

Springs were guests Sunday of ---------- the hotly. D. E..',Jonson. Itp VKLI.OW FANCVONIONS ItF.I.ISH OK HALAIIDRESSING
M.sses Ai'lire Mann and Essie Mr. and Mis. J, E. Thomas. : ",
Mrs' Attie Lamar returned to
:"oleman secretaries to Congressman I her home in Madison Friday after FOR RENT-.Furnished upstairs 3Lbs. lOc 20c '
Lex Green, returned to Starke Fred Carlton; -I left Wednesday fora spending two weeks with Mrs. J. apartment near school. :Mrs: S. Qt. !
Sunday where they will remain for month vacation trip visiting at 'I R. Johns It
I' is!. Mitchell and Miss Lucile Mitchell. -
tie next feN months, in charge of Los Angeles] Calif., Boulder Dam .
tee\ duties of the congres man'. lo- San Francisco, retaining via Chi I L FOR RENT Furnished apartment Cooking Oil Gallon Can 88c i

cal office. cago, St. Louis and Cincinnati. I Miss--Mary-- Elizabeth Smith left room if, with desired private Locked bath garage.extra ,

Sunday for her home in Tallahassee F. A. Scott Starke Fla., Phone 04.
NAT SEZ: after a visit here with her Up NO. 2 ..XH-.Axe' CROWN OF MARYLANDTOMATOES .11 I

brother-in-law and sinter!! .Mr. and I
Some, folk give n lot of M-ntl- Mrs. J. P Wan en. FOR RENT Apartment, big. com-

mental reason why they're glad to ----- fortable rooms, and screened ffic
see school start up In the fall, nut I Mrs. AV.. Anderson and children front porch. Mrs. F H. Long N. Standard Pack t.
I ilon't mind lellin' the reason
you Walnut St
W, Up
d John and Virginia! and A.
I'm glad to MV It start N .becautelittle I
Anderson Jr.. and Mrs. E. M. Davis .. ;
:' bove! r out the neat of I LOSTChild's: silver mesh bug - -I
their punts faster when vacation U I and daughter, Miss Jean were Sunday morning between the Presbyterian PET OK CARNATION OK S \ JI

In on'r.,bathing. All (summer,unit ('Or they lern.run. If around po...il-. shopping in Jacksonville- : Tuesday. I West Madison'hurch Street.and residence Return Katherine on- MILK 3 tall cans' H20c BREAD 3 Loaves 25c ]fi 1

hle' ) but when Mhool starts they I Mr and Mrs. 'W. B. Mundy have Kinlaw,
I it
olmply h.to. << put on a shirt, a I as their guests ;\11'. .Mundy's moth.
of LARGE SUKET MIXED FOR SCHOOL LUNCH I'EANl'T t;
of and pair -
good pair p-mli ta and
er. Mrs. W B. Mundy Sr., FOR SALE: Used General Electric
...hot':00.: lef have bigger and I Miss Winona and Cecil McDaniel, I Refrigerator. New and used iceboxes PICKLES Jar 25c
better help' to .choo the ilothlng!'. They're buttlnemt.. great j all of Laurens. C. i! Special bargains. SIstrunk 15c BUTTER 2 Lb Jar f:

Feed and Seed Co. It

j Mis.' W. B. Mundy, Mrs J. B I, t
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- and their guests, :'Irs.T.. B 1.'I
I Sapp 111lj'
1 Mundy Sr.. and :MissVinona: Mc RITZ THEATRE LARD 2 Ibs. 23c ;',
4 II Daniel of Lauren!, S. C., spent I Beot"Compound

Rlxtsy$0 s C. Thursday_ at Silver Spring, 'I STXKKK, FLORIDAPROGRAM

George Raymond after a \veck'. l '
I' I (KK\T NOKTIIKKN UIIITK SIDRBACON
:
training sponsored' by the General ,

Motors school in JacKsonvllle, has BEANS 2 Lbs. 15c
Lb. 17
I accepted' 'S position HS salesman /c

I: with the ToroiJe Chevrolet Co. here.
$ / DKIKD:
I I Ij .tR'IOI'Its: ) I'OTTKK

I this Miss week Garcita;;fiom Colombia Hatto will, :,;. C.return She .j LIMA BEANS 4 Lbs. 25c MEAT 4 cans lOcI 1 {

I will be actompn line HJtto..vno: la employed there'' k

and whvlll s-pecJ: Labor Day '



I I and here.Mr.Mrs._!and L.Mr_*J.. J.\-""ynn.T._Quigley--and-- ,:Mrs.:Mr. I' i(, I I I Flour\LLAItns It \M 24>O.V IbS. 75C 7 I| Flour MM.LAKDS 'Ifllis. 70c I S(


The: weal' Claud H. May, tie latter three of 4

furl;' u'roaselheyfe Hampton were visiting a relative ,I .'Rr..s.\T.. HEPT. 3... : I ,. :

all'tiJlh.: '. in a Jacksonville 1o'pltalIonday i I Double Feature .OI.IIKN I'RIDE-BEST Qt'.11.ITY-ICEGUL.IR I'KICR ,... +
Wednesday.. I
''I
Y -. --- "Trapped" i I OLEOMARGARINE '
Billy Powell is spending today lb. 12Jc
in Bonjfay. He will be accompanied ( h.iH. Stnrrrtt I _

home by: Mr. and Mrs Paul Girl From Scotland :

CanovH Jr. and children, who will '
Yard"Karen !
visit :Mr.: Canova c mother, Mrs. I CHEESE Lb. 23cr ,

Emma Canova, far a week I| Morley" .\Lr ROUND STEAK Lb. 19c. +

:1.11'11.V.. P. Randall and children II | SI'N.NON., SEI'T. 3-6 01&n .\. ''IIL'f'KROAST; {

PEIf of Jacksonville are g'JeBts of'' "A Day At The MATCHES Boxes l OcF
Se I Mrs. Rar.dall's! parents :'11'. and i Lb. 17c

SItof1 Mrs. J. 51. Alva/. at Kingnley' Races"Mart I ..t..U.IIKTTI OKMACARONI LI\.t; ,

Lake. ; Rro..
-- ------- J I \ll.tn JonrgLturtpn 3Boxes lOc FAT HENS Lb. 20c 9
Mrf E-re; ": ,,av.a nad as her ;% O'slIlIhwl
We can't keep boys from being "lough"' on sno;
but we can do the next hat thing by (.!rnll1.\j/! \ / ley Lake Mr and :Mrs. F. A. Ca- I|, TI r:>l> \'", SEPT JELLY 2 Lb. Jar
nova and cJi.ldrta of Gainesville j 20c STEW Pound
stand under i I I "Wedding Present" 12J/7C
$t1'jzt69 .ho i to sturdily made thai they up and Miss Mary; Canova of Tallahassee i I

tn. hardest wear and sLII stay nice loolunff Try I, ('nr>' rant i PORK & SLICED
.------- I I Joan Bennett
them on your boy, -they'll sate you money Mi*'.-N-D--Wainwright- ; Mrs. H. I BEANS 1-Lb. Can 5c HAM Pound 27c

c- Hart Miss RaEabad Jacobs: ,. f Vt Et).-TII'RS.: KEPT 8-9
mTM Mi ''I FT UJM aa M I !! I 11 I iul L Nil 11 ?,.' ,' M|J gj
:Miss: Lactic Kennedy aad Mrs Jakioberts -- -
"Another Dawn"Kay
II PATS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S returned ,I
of Erooxer cave ]
tt> their respective homes after at. I Franc BANANAS 5 Ibs.
15c
I II" tending summer school at the Uni- 1. Krrol Flynn t.

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versity of Florida - - II

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} PACot: 8L' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGH.\.PB. STARKE, FLORIDA .'R111SIWTE ItIUi". { 3. I Illt

: PROSPECTS FOR EGG least In -::::::::
I I'r r. .- ] put by higrt ,
AND POULTRY: l'IUf'ES -hIUl1bg
power consumers
i I.,
I, .' I FARM SHORTS NOW' SEEM FAVORABLE rr IUxt
spring, Mr. Mehihof ,
.J ,
1 p r 1 t. ",n,

I I IY [ Hrlrf Farm lien,'. bet \vrnrNrlKhliurlnu will have fewer lay. ,I' ,In, *<
NEWSNews GAINESVILLE Things are flocks! and there "e farm
FARMERS SECTION I.untle.. II LIVE STATE '?.,.:.I,? <

Y 1 1\ looking up" for the poultryman.Prices plies of eggs The ,I.HlTJh, "I, "11t|>"
3. \ 0 farmers will receive for chickens on farms ""Ubg

i i.I I t Conducted by Demonstration Apentsn. of Florida in Short Paragraphs eggs this fall are expected to be nineteen on hu, 1 11'11;
.I \',\UItT1.ltKS{ : "ORK percent less t-. I ln! ,
; I about the same as they were last earlier. >fl1"
OF' rIXIRIUFARMERS: :
I' 0''u fall says N. R. Mehihof poultry-
rj I, AS SUMMER! : tARS END Chicken prices thin tn,
! : t 1', tI. man with the State Agricultural pected to be higher than ;I. ez
In t h">
Extension Service. And egg prices tall
I BRADFORD) GINS'f.11IKEBradfard !I last year. This outlonh, ,
BUY FIRE TiII'CKSTALLAHASSEE TOR \0 BRINGS :MILLION I next spring, he points out, are likely the small i I. hhserl or''

W RURAL Hints To Housewives i I County now LIVE OAKFlorida's tobacco to be higher than they were in the hatchings: tm.. \, ,,,Ir
Island cotton ,gin for [ state cabinet probability of highs ,, ,J1"
Sa -The
'I II has a new market ends its most successful : the first half of this year. of ";"?Olbt.<
+ : COMMON SENSE I ginning Ihln Mfnvon'it. orop. The.. Kin> In executive session behind cons amass.
from-e;;: .tr .season. Sales/ for the brief season ; This outlook for prices, Mr.
Weekly Deroon > \\ttt bfiiight by the Bradford\ County closed doors bought two fire trucks the 5,000,000 pound mark. I egg The feed-egg situation! ',Ln, i ,

i! L By SPUDS JOHNSON thin f'JIM'ialilltlo TaUahwtnc Sea I land ('(JUon .\..Hwli.tion, for the State Hospital for the In- So passed far sajes brought growers more Mehihof says and Is based on the Au- brighter Mr. Mehihof ,HV. TU"
gust poultry situation report
( of which County Agent T. K. :Me- sane. The Peter Prlsch and Sons than a million dollars in this area. egg relationship .between I,.,'I i phrr)
t of the U. S Bureau of
Agricultural -
,4 : KNOWLEDGE: OF :MANY MORE DKCOR,\T1NG HINTS 'Iniie, ..Ir. l is tusri'tarytniuiurer.The Co., of Atlanta was successful witha Economics. and egg prices is still ,
will have a purity. of ten low bid of wvoub|
,4 THINGS NEEDED FOR ; gin $12,900. to
,
I ; TO PRESENT SLAUGHTERBRADENTON poultrymen but mu,
i SI'OCESS IN FARMING: WOODWORK The question of bales! a day, Mr. MrClune.. report | ----- Though storage stocks of eggs h !ese I\\w

h : -. interior woodwork( should be settled ( NEW FRATERNITYJACKSONVILLEWhitney -The Florida deer are unusually large this year, the than earlier In the year' ,n ,.1 t pw!

1 In the management of a business with the architect. Lovely CTTLEMENWAUCHULA protective association' set out to effect of these stocks on egg prices raises to improve an feed P, es de.
D.Boarclman halt plans of the state livestock thia fall is to be offset ut cline
the man who has the best soft mellow stained woodwork is Hardee County expected and egg prices stall"
board to deerIn iwart(
sanitary slaughter
I 1, F equipment and applies this equipment always good, and can be used to i cattlemen are very much Intt'rest-I secretary of Theta
certain counties -
beginning September
1 14 In on intelligent manner is great advantage with plaster walls ed in the palmetto l Kappa Psi at Florida Southern -i
10 In effort to eradicatethe
d' an
t usually the man who enjoys the and there are always paper designs tractor which have been used on College, said Saturday, Lambda Chi

.n maximum of success. Knowledge that lend themselves to the har- some ranges with good effect recently -'I Alpha, national fraternity had cattle tick. The association, WHATIS
here last
k, of the most effective methods of monious blending of natural wood To date, about 600 acres i granted a charter to the local organized stint night engagedtwo
) nttoineys to legal actionin
procedure and operation ml y be trims.In have been' prepared for seeding by group at Lakeland the Tallahassee.
Supreme Court at -
'
termed l the mental phase! of this papered rooms of today we the machine' and several cattlemen .. -- .
I
'j equipment, generally find the woodwork, painted : are planning to use the machineryon RETAIN: ENGINEER: :

a.j. lI ) This knowledge, obtained from wltn the idea of toning the wall their places, according to County --.---- YOUR
KEY: WEST- Th.
h ? : overseas) high- \\OKKK.KS OIt(1.1NIZETAMPA
rR r $ experience: and education, enables surface, tha Idea being to have It Agent H L :Miller. ,
commission announced
Saturday
way -
,
1i n business man to meet the keen subside into the background instead Charles E. Silva vice

of others in his line of of outlining the loom. Except .KT: FARM LIGHTS it had composed' its differences president of the Florida Federation : -
competition
F4 4 work and thereby continue to be In bathrooms and kitchens: a I I Idill I BUSH ELL Sumter County with B. It'J. Duncan and of Labor said citrus workers I
i would retain him as general manaI fiAVOP/re ]
this gloss finish is desirable for In six "important packing houses"had
4 Eucce ful. As time goes on, farmers who have made applications *
l I and chief of the
' y t competition becomes keener and trims as well as wall surfaces. ': to the Rural Electrification I ger engineer $3- been signed up in the organizalinn's 1-
} 600,000 PWA
overseas highway
i
the business man who Is to be suc- One may, of course be venture- Administration are looking forward I campaign for new mem-

1 cestful must have the ability to some and get some splendid effects to using electricity for Irrigation -I project_ __._... ___ bers before the season opens. "This

match or improve developments as by painting the trim In contrasting plants feed mills, ensilage campaign Is a direct and emphatic MAGAZIN
j CAPTURE FIVE: CONIK'TS
) they materlifliie. colors to the wall but it takes a I| cutters and various home appliances challenge to the CIO. We are determined -

And thus it Is with the farm business knowledge of color to plan strong' according to County Agent | TALLAHASSEE Five negro to prevent an Invasion of

,- 't !: also. Successful agriculture contrasts as a background. Wood'' W. J. Platt, Jr. Their applications, 'convicts who escaped from a road Florida by an organization foundedon

has become more complicated in trims in the rooms! can be of less I I along with those from Marlon ('I department prison camp near such "Ideas as we attribute to YOU WILL FIND IT WERE

recent years with competition also expensive wood! if they are to be Lake, and other counties, have Crestview were recaptured Satur- the CIO, Silva said. _
__. ,
becoming keener. The farmer, painted instead of stained been sent to the KEA offices in I' day. A sixth negro William Llnd- ---- 1M jn| m

y{+ like every other business man WALLPAPER. In choosing wall- I Washington for inspection! and ap-j seysey of Marlon County, who escaped It t'r.\: II. :\UIt'II.STSUE'r:

y' d' 'r r must have the best equipment to paper the whole secret of success proval. with them, was reported still CAMP ROOSEVELTFlorida e [ Country Hon*
with others. at eady-to-w ear retail merchantswill Oda MCCALL'SPictorial
compete successfully will lie in selecting the proper color large.
S Our | )BETTER Kill'IT come to Camp Roosevelt September PPSHf
h ,Ls "The successful farmer must and patterns for your room. -- ---

J'I' > I', havenot only a knowledge of furniture, though often mixed in i ORLANDOOrange County citrus !SEEK: ROItllKR 7, 8, and 9 to hear their i Story rriPa tls
I Sreview
crops, fruits, soils, and livestock, periods, usually shows a dominating I growers are making a concerted merchandising problems discussed fi '
JACKSONVILLE Authorities during a short Dean B. C. arltM. !
effort to course JOURNAL
this combined
ti 4 but he must also possess a working tendency so [ produce high quality '
{. knowledge of marketing and farm with the period! of your house : fruit this year. Rust mites and i searched for a bandit who held up Riley announced. Dr. John W. Win-

l q I' financing" Dr. Wilmon Newell should help in the selection of pa- purple scale have been numerous | the Duval Credit. Clearing Company gate, Associate Professor of Merchandising .
office and forced Miss Lonlta School of I ,
this but Retailing
summer have
dr dean of the University of Florida growers I
I pers.Not Brennan. the cashier. to hand over New York has been 0 AmNrq C
University, se- 14'e'n
I | persisted in their efforts and have
b S College of Agriculture, said! recent that we must necessarily j 0 c,1,, prPo.rq
lit to considerable to ; about $300. The aimed intruder cured by the University School of tM 6n 6.rd M. Jou ru I
0
Jy- use paper and furniture of the j I gone expense antl .n4 6 Country NAmw, llerln Yr,
J o 'produce good fruit according to tied the woman and a customer to Adult Education as chief Instructor. adltl NcNa ld 61eat 0 i lyI
for will be surprised -
Continuing he asserted: "To same period you Jim, ai '
chairs and -' n' .,
flee His highlight discussions will imuiastl 1,,
K.
i County C. Moore.
combat Insect enemies and plant how well a modern paper Agent ___ .. or -_._ -_- include among other subjects of 0 ISawtl 6 M gylns "A Yr. 0 6ssf sa M+rul-4
diseases which may attack his may be used with old furniture d McGI' ua.-2' 0 Ifalq
PLANT PINES UNION COUNTYOTES vital) Interest to Florida merchants put N.sq CSRh _
crops he needs a knowledge of In such a case its design even I M.U+s IM1 I yr,
0
though modem, must show a classic SARASOTA--A Maryland con- LAKE : "Essentials of the Ready to audlettnfat4 lacY+l'1?. 0 i Ir M+rm1-. ] yr
ji f'' botany, entomology, plant pathology BUTLERThe proposalto !I Wear Q .
Store
"Planning "Mer- O
;* ( chemistry, and bacteriology. tendency. If one is fond of pictures cern which recently bought 33,000 I give the County Board of Pub- 0 p unur iiavatp6 Lga iwtlMerHg4 .4Ynt

l To properly preserve his soils, and or decorative walls then one I acres of Sarasota County land is I lic Instruction $3,000 of race track chandising Operations "Buying" Q 5l 1 feYa 0n ,OttP Nom u' .I Yf Yr
"PI'lclng "Stock t
!' !": k, at the same time, use them, thus should use simple background papers planning to protect that part of the funds received by this county for Control" "Sell- dt iII srtad /1'' ,Dolt 0 sore rr-IIktmkl Yr
Ing Ready to Wear, and "Adver- 1 Q 7 Nonnrr
Ti
conserving his bank account while of plain color or unobtrusive tract suited to pine trees to clear I the years 1038 and 1939" was ratified .1 h 'tn' Ives yrlra

; r ; collecting!: his interest or income design. Should one not care for i land suited for pastures! to form by a majority of thirtyfivevotes ; tising and Sales Promotion yp.e'nStwh Sri 0 dr. Ar.w l yr4loutYeR6d4
understandtbe I lakes and stock them with fish, and -. Vt. 0 Wa uM4 RN k'q" Y.p .
80 to speak he must pictures then a patterned paper J I In a special county wide elec NEW wMN
t AUTOMOBILE TAGS!
j a principles of soil conservation." may well be featured ] to stock the entire area with game 1 tion. Unofficial tabulations show 5511150M -- 15'IIM l ,

The successful farmer of the fu- COLOR & DESIGN EFFECT j J!, birds, according to County AgentW. that 105 voters favored the proposal TALLAHASSEE -- New 1938Florida

ture must have this knowledge and In selecting wallpapers bear the :i!, E. Evans ., and 70 voters were againstit. have automobile license tags will

young men who plan to farm will following points in mind. Warm 1 'I blue-black canary yellow figures and a GET WHAT YOU WANT' PAY FOK WHAT YOUCr

do well to obtain It. Four years of colors add light and cheer to dark I FERTILISATION --_.. ......... background, tag department -
p'' earnest Ian and PANAMA CITY- -The Bay Coun- officials said today. The 4 oem HO. i Oran no. t
application and rooms yellow, cream
study
...
DRILL FOR 011. All ..
department has ordered I *B TOM
1l l along these lines at the Universityof similar colors. Warm colors In the ty Soil Conservation Associationis 520,000 of MmpofW. I IkU -'.{

4 Florida will equip them with darker tones will bring the walls now making airangements for LIVE OAK Man's unceasinghunt the the new state plates prison from farm the tag In plantat 'G IromOreup B'}*$2-10 3 ;r A }$$2-40
Ral-
S, this requisite for successful agri- closer to you and make large fertilization of pastures in this for flowing "black gold" in sold in (
the state this
cultural endeavor. On graduation, rooms seem more cozy. Cool colors .section. A carload of triple super- Florida swung into Suwannee year. Nextyear's

,,} they can return to the farm to tone down rooms which are too phosphate has been received from County when William G. Blanch- tags will be turned out In a oma "0. t OTTO: HO. 4

r march right along in successful! bright. Blue green, lavender are the TVA and will be used for this ard and, associates spudded In a serial system based upon the popu- ThU ...wipapr, 1 YiMa ,\ All roof I1tI8 N.w...1w I 'Yt.InmOnuf AD r.r

is cool purpose primarily, a test lation rankings of the counties. As UM A IInmOtaaf Tot cat, 2 r.r ouv
competition with others. colors. says report new well In a bend of the 2 > aMoae6r.rv A

i Those young men who believe Large designs adapt themselvesbest from County Agent John (3. Hentz, i Suwannee River sixteen miles an example Dade the tag departmentsaid 1 MatatlM B I $2.25 3 .. }$2.50 I

they want to farm and who plan to large wall spaces and small Jr. There will be a marked increase I southwest of Live Oak. The well County tags may have a InmGmf J B

i a to do so will do well to obtain this I designs are uuually best In small In acreage devoted to winter legumes i Is called Lucy Cotton No. 1. figure one in addition to the license
he tag number, so that the home
7 knowledge or equipment for rooms. Too minute designs shouldbe believers .
successful -
work. avoided as at a distance they WILL TRY TO INDUCE' TWO PLANES CRASH I determined.county of the car may be easily A-. IeF h LOS ........ ......... 4 Ia..tlou I ISAm.rkaa

-- give an insignificant effect. Landscape PENSACOLA Duval County might Frull O.w a ,. a.7I....... Ilaw- i 10000
-- Two '
RAPID PLANT GROWTHBY military have the figure two In addition to AmerIoora Nes.... UI Opsa load lot. brat T"Oprtamltr .. II
Banks in England employ nearly or scenic papers with perspective USING!' CHEMICALS planes ran together on the ground the regular license ..- X-. ...d 0--" ., a.oo MavaiM1M
15.000 women. add space to small rooms, at the number. The ......,. _... 1.rPm..M linau* 1-61
Many of these are Varparalso airport, sixty new plan also will make it possible Capps. raaaM 1.7I.aWIatfoe (c-lIq) _:I:
under twenty years of age. such a-s halls and vestibules. miles east of here, but their occu- for automobile Child LW 1.11 physical CaI_ ---
t GAINESVILLE-A study of the owners to obtain : III
Stripes add height to low-cellinged Chrirtaa BwaUCollIWi LN IY.1SPltlr
BUS; SCHEDULE Influence of hormone-like chemical pants escaped serious Injury. The low numbers In their own counties LIO........... ...... ._--- 100eov.
rooms especially when the paper planes were wrecked. Communication without .... WMIIII 1.71....... X.. n !
Is carried up to the celling line substances on the propagation of with the west Florida reserving them In advance ..... LIS Popular Setose* Na1Wr_ rilDial.INIal.W.Mr
Southbound plants Is being undertaken by the commu- at the tag department officials ? ---' 1.71 !)ladle News (1-.JudcaI- rnsae. :
S Jv'o. 203-Due Starke 5:15 -- -- -.-- ---- Florida nity was Interrupted by heavy said. License, ........ I ,.... LII I.db..bN.s05s. -.-+--lie
: p.m. (OOI'KK OF FLORIDAIS Agricultural Experiment ruins last tags are sold by the 11.14 a4 1"m Lei II...... of b.Mw- :
No. 207-Due Starke 11:45: p.m. Station it is announced by Dr. H. night and details of the county tax collectors. Flows Grows ,.41 Isr.4 10
No. 203-Due Starke NKW PRESIDENT OFAGItICI'LTI'J1E crackup could not be learned. Ho. Ae1H..4LwQ5 Iii e.ro.a Pia? -- r toass.
12:15 .
No. : p.m. EDITORS Harold Hume, assistant director of --- d Gas.5.41 .11.., _. i 00
201-Due Starke 10:20: a.m. research. Recent years have UIIITE ,\PPELTALLAHASSEEChester H..a&d -- /twr. Aa.14
: NorthboundNo. ---- JUDGE, COLLECTOR INDICTED; UA.rsr -= -I::: uemMtal Wcamtma1n t 1"0U
GAINESVILLE J. Francis brought much Interest In this subJect White, I LIII tterr Mr JWat 1.11JhC

202-Due Starke 1:50 Cooper, editor in the University of throughout the country and WEWAHITCHKA A Circuit convicted killer of prison mate In Uf. ......... LOG W_'. 1.10

No. 204-Due Starke 4:15: pm. Florida College of Agriculture, has interesting results are anticipatedin Court grand jury indicted a Gulf the Florida State Prison, has applied -
: p.m. the County judge and a former Gulf to the
No. 206-Due Starke 9:15 assumed his duties an president of Florida work. Supreme Court to save

tEl '.No.!: 208-Due Starke 3:35: p.m. the American Association of Agri- I The Boyce-Thompson Institute County tax collector on charges of him from death under an odd law
: am. for Plant Research misusing public funds it was which effects the
No. 214-Due Starke 8:05 cultural College Editors following : has provided tribunal itself.
: a.m. fellowships for two .students Donald learned here. One true bill charged One man was saved by the law Gentlemen
Clarke Bus Agent: :1:13 election to this post: at the recent I
( Station, opposite I3tBlleY'1Iervlce court Silver Jubilee convention! of K. Plank and James Toffalettl M. A. Chafin county judge for It was enacted to prevent Ms electrocution J enclose ,_ for which please send 11'I'
I
t house the oigur.izatlun litre. juniors in the College of AgilculItuie. the past ten years with embezzlement But now the Pardon the magttlntt I have checked together ,.ith.
,
The research will be conducted of $2,461. The other Indict- Poard declines to be governed by It I
Other fleets elected, at the )I! ment named year'. subscription to TOOT BtwtpapvrI
In the Experiment Station Theodore D. Levins on the ground it is unconstitutional. II

meeting Include VV. A. Sumner I horticultural tax collector until January, 1937, The
department's laboratories I measure was enacted by
to Milaria University of Wisconsin, vice-!1 and will be directed by John as defendant and alleged embezzlement the 1935 Legislature and directs Name_ I
6 6 6 president, ; James S. Knapp, Cornell ,, e I
of $>,420 in the Pardon
V.
'n :3 ".7. (i Watkins, assistant horticulturist> county money : Board to commute to
COLDS114Pn University, secretary treasurer; (i with the college.Dr. 0 and $1,661 In State funds while in life imprisonment any death sentences Street or R. 11'. D I

Marjorie B. Arbour, Louisiana' Hume- says the project probably office. He served more than ten on which the Supreme C I
TABLET! State University, and 11. L. Harris P Town and State -
first will years as tax collector. Both Indictments Court divide
'A.L': Jar run for four or five evenly In upholdinga
years
DROPI- IIo0llE ,.............. 3O University of Minnesota, members 'i and will concern / were returned last week. lower court. J
'"n.... of the executive committee. I primarily plants --tl ___AItss.vdtyP1'
Is Try "/lab-M7-TI.na.\\.hl.. II... of .norilHnr value. ____, or In_ ITIsiflHn'ef_ ,_"_ hn... .'_- _
LI.I..... I Mr. Cooper has been a member i i ... -
1 tlcultuie. A number of chemical -_ '- -- -- --
1 substances believed to have the .

BOREE FUNERAL HOME i ability to induce rapid growth In

plants will\ be tested for their effect
I
Full Uni
of Caskets & Undertaken Supplle
''r. AMBULANCE SERVICEDAY on the facility with which

AND" NIGHT : plants may be rooted and established WHAT WHEREWHY

s I and their growth encourage
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O. II. BENNETT Mgr. ,
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"A HOME-KIKE INSTITUTION"BEASLEY'S NO EXTRA SESSIONTALLAHASSEEExtra! :,:;; .0"" .


session -- 1
j talk among legislators and county
'

; : SERVICE STATION ': officials in the capitol Is making Friends little of headway Governor OF BRADFORDLET COUNTY, FLORIDA _

Cone say he la not even re- DRINK -
1 j motely considering a call for the US GIVE: YOUR PLUMBING TWO FOR ONE _\l.t:

: STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS lawmakers to take up where they e A THOROUGH HOUSE F. C. HollingsworthHog Purchase! One Pint

k ; left off on the night of June 4. On- CLEANING JOHNSON'S GLO-'t'\T

ATLAS TIRES, TUBES AND BATTERDZS. OUR TIRES AND 'ily the governor can call a special @!:lISI.ft J. L. Simmons And Hominy FLOOR POLISH PolishingBUY 73c PintSelf

BATTERIES ARE sesllion. He has had
UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEEDFOR nothing to FHF-
Plumber : ONE-GET ONE
ONE YEAR AND MONTHS: I say about the financial fears of FARMS
JnxG-J'OU"'nIXO-WAXIXo-GREASISO" A !Specialty! Home county officials who say they In Sterilized Bottles Bradford Hdw. Co.

can't operate because Comptroller The Pause That Refreshes. ELECTRICAL J. B. CAItL15LL. 'Owner

J. M. Lee cut off gasoline tax I .
FOR ROAD payments Denmark
SERVICE
60 CONTRACTOR __
CALL
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-- on which they depended.of -+e 'i. I Malta
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\- : < 'ARE".ti I Tell I he buyer what "oU
EXPERT
WIRING
AT
P'
nd
l' s EASY ASK! PAYMENT ABOUT Our PricesAre FI.A. :MOTOR the association for thirteen PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS REASONABLE PRICES Faranitt: r ;Co. to sell in Ihe yb'ht \l here, -.\''

i PLAX LINES AGENT years. Prior to his election as ANYWHERE We Are Why advertising, I j-ection. .

.l ,, k BATTERnis ON TIKE Right : president, he served a. vice-presi I Mitchell's Drug Store O. J. PHILLIPSLAWTEY Stock Every R".lvlntr'l'\\ ter all the busy purcha..et "P
LACY CONWAY i' Day. De Sure to short (
dent and as a member of the exec- Quick Dependable Service! Me It predates reading lone,

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-'T\Rht: CHIRCHWBECTOUY I going to get!" cried; Davltt, "You know I will. :, door urged< her to get some sleep. mention it, or did I never ask you? ,

BIL715T ('IIIIt<:1I "A fine. fight you put up, Tim I "Not ask questions or make objections 'Steep, now ? I can't Aunt Ben" Of course, I did. Do you want me

p11I. T Pastor Healy said an admonitory member 1""Whllt 1 She began to rub her numb hand, to ask you again ? Katie, will you
I'rh'e, I .
Rev, C. n. 10 oclock a. m., 1 y "Yet let Gladstone run all1! Is it ? asked the uneasy but Aunt Ben took it between her be my wife" .

sunday school I f'+ SEIUALIZCD +ItOMTNC ., j: around you!" I secretary own hunds and began to massage "Charles, don't She conqneied -

J. TbvDl.li i, Supt. 11 a, m. Mtnr9ltdlny'Pl' "t+u' s 'Home Rule that's what we'll\ | "Your promise first. No questions it. i the impulse to cry aloud.

*iV! > u\\"ar..hlp.meets at 6:30: p. m. i(1( LE.Ba U $ MITC CELL ; get'' shouted Heily i no objections." "You've cut It with your rings "Why not ? Don't you want to ?"

B' Y 8:00: m. i "Do you really think that?" asked I "All right""Cat Katie;: "More than all the world. You

E: 'DWS'--Wedaes- I Parnell. "Do you think that Mr me a cab. I'm going home "Have I' I didn't notice . know that."

S. S Teachers Meettnjr. I office and shut the door. "Charles," Gladstone! or the Liberal Party Is No use. Campbell you promised Aunt Ben It Isn't possible, Is It, "Do, you want a grand wedding,

aV 1 ,) p. m. 'Vedr \'NOI'oIS-l night that she begged. "do you hate me terribly burning with desire to free Ire And get a cab for yourl.lf.too that he's Just. slipping away with a choir and puge-boys? There L
"
l.t.s.wt.ek Prayer service Gladstone had prnmlmil ('hurleHNteu'utt for doing this to you. land ? I remember the long struggle Go ahead and tell her from us *, What is there left won't be orange blossoms though. J

,day 8:00: p m. Purnfll that he Mould 'Hate you ? From the first mo- to get the alliance we have to. I'm coming." when It's all over just mem- You'll wear white roses Where) '

IJoTIIODiSTcHIKCIi announce his MpunHnnthlp of a ment I saw you. I knew I loved I day""There's "Why not let me bring her to ories ?" shall we live?"

) : Hume little. BUI for you In that moment my destinywas "
Ireland
'ap- don't bother about that
Fisher, Pastor no alliance any more. Itperished you here? "Darling
\\ A. sealed No matter "More than that my dear, answered -
Bv' laintllle\ O'xhea fordlorri what happens "
sues In the stench of the divorce now,
10 m. the
a. "And her
School- put through the old lady. "The happiness
sunday > from his estranged wife, I knew that we must be together court" said Healy. "I want to bother. It's Important
Woi'ship-U a m.gpwottil agony of driving wondering -and and strength that your love
yarning l ': Katie whom he hiid Induced to always, in this world! or any I
The that followed his I think I'd like us to live
7:15: m. uproar here ? I'm So
League- p world to me waiting Ruing gave' him the knowledge that you
That's
: iecel\e anil entertain l>arn"'l'or come. my destiny! words! was quieted by Parnell."Gentlemen here. I've come to think of it a?
m. with
alongVtll come me,
.orshlp--8 p. beyond. all other. !" get you made him happy---made a great
Evening: Wednesday at his political ambitions. naming -- you this disturbance is Michael ?" home. Do you think I'll make a

Prayer meeting Purnell s.c roreHpundent.Katie "You can still say that ?" Tears useless The Issue must. not beclouded "It s madness", protested Davltt. man happy.. good husband ?"
threatened Aunt Ben. drew her down on a
p.II1 invited to all these servo uHkn her husband to uith- to fall. by personal hate nor loyalty "It's snowing out. The drive would. "The best In the world!, darling."
door of Parnell'sroom
He outside!
Couch the
You are draw the null she will kissed her "I shall always
; puy theprlt' | nor by moral scrupples. Ireland take two hours. You'll never. get I "You'll have to teach me all the
,t., .. of say it. But now you must go. The She was still there when Dr. thave
remaining his wife. Ifcraunt s welfare must be your sole there. things that are expected of me. I'll
-
Church Ben offer. to settle 20UH( Patty's gathering for a meeting" Morton came out telling her his know
1'resbyterlan. l I consideration "I've got to get to her. She Is to practice 'Do you my

ReV George K. Lowry Pastor pounds oil \\lllle, but the mutter 111 "wait for you at home I "And it is," Interrupted Michael waiting for me. It may be the last patient net. and was for awake Davitt and! Katie asking\ hurried for wife ?' 'Let me Introduce my "wife'
dairies.
Sunday Services: IH out of his hands; It hue heconn Davltt forcefully thing I do. but I'll got; there" My wife His voice weak
"I be late- to the bedside while Aunt Ben
m. Sabbath School. u political weapon uKUln, may Michael Davitt him his ened. His other hand groped for
10.00 a "However I i "Unity Is the weapon you \11 need helped to went downstairs to notify Davitt
11:00: a m. Morning Worship. I'urnell. The! latter refuses to late, please come to I now more than ever" continued feet who with hud Hat all her. "Only you mustn go away J
night Campbell '
up
People's Vesper right the divorce Hull or let Katie I from "
30 m. Young their leader. "If think It was midnight and Katie me. r
4 I p. He you you can night waiting waiting for what .
and
promised then entered "
Service. fight It. fight Mr. Gladstone without me, O'Shea sat by the window staringout "Darling, I won t ever. ,
to I
he was
come.
I committee room from which ..
Sermonette,; by Pa.str.lIdwe..k that is for you( to decide, But don't Into tile darkness and the falling He gave her a ..weak beautifullytender
the sound, of loud raging voices Parnell propped in, bod, reached -
up .
smile "I know won.t.One's ,
I Service:
) 1 soil me for nothing. If you surrender snow refusing Aunt Ben's suggestion you
burst again through the opened for her hlln"'hy did you go "
Mission Study destiny: can't ever
7.30 p. m. me, it Is you' bounden dutyto that she go to bed- that "

8 30 p. m Prayer Service. Chapter. ElevenA door I get value for the sacrifice. I being so late an hour, Purnell away' He paused., drew a slow fluttering; ;,

"Would you trust your country have u Parliament for Ireland in would remain In town. "It wu.s'" only for a moment my breath .go away from
Church to a man to whom wouldn't darling while the doctor. was here. "
Baptist UlsnttUlTt|
Rosewood. I.K\Ut:1t you I[ the hollow of my hand Igi\eyou "He'll como, however late It Is. one With a lingering sigh
Bay. I- ('. Hemingway, Pastor I trust your wife ?' shouted an angry .. t was Just outside." breath deserted him She drew bin
my ...01'111 will get It for you If you Listen Isn't that carriage wheels ?
"
every Sunday. Bible On the following the voice."We'ie, [>on.tlo\"o away, Don't go nwuy" relaxed! close In
Services morning will let me." She flew to the door and held It body a despairing ,
kudy 10:13:! a. m. Services at 3:30: Couit's granting of a divorce to I' fighting u political war," "And if you don't meet another I open as Campbell Jumped out of u "I'll never go away" cry.

In afternoon. Willie Shea his former cried another. "A soldier doesn't "I m going 10 get well Katie.;:
clock Captain U ,' Katie O' hell !' cried a red-faced i cab "Charles! Charles! E'p.1, t">
slop In I the middle of a battle to The doctor didn't but I i 1
wife, Katie, sot at the breakfast : sty no me!
BETHEL! : BAPTIST CHURCH I member. Amid the tumult this "Mr. Campbell! she cried, fearclutching
ask If his General had broken know with beside me. If I'd
tahle, staring miserably ut the any you TUB END
Donnie ', Pastor raised Purnell at the man i her. "Is he not with\
L. \. ) sprang
Rr\ newspaper in her hand l. of the ten commandments! 1 stayed there. in town I couldn'thave _
I and knocked him down. ? .
Services every first Sunday. with a terrific you
Sunday School. 2:30: p. m. I "Aunt Ben, she appealed as "A political leader has no private j blow to his chin. That exertion 1 "He sent me ahead to tell you. ." gone on. But now I'm goingto. Colorado's official state bird la

Bible Study and Prayer Services Mrs. Wood .entered the breakfastroom life" answered another. "He promised did something to Parnell's "Tell. me what ? What has happened the lark bunting.

very, Saturday night. "the papers have you seen us Home Rule. That dream body! ; he staggered! back his hand ? Have they deserted. 1 him ?" "Yes", dearest! of course you at e." .*- ,
I
1 them ? Listen to what Mr. Gladstone i still mocks us. Who lost it for us ?" pleased against his s!:iie. "It's worse than that, Mrs. "There's so much that we've got No one knows who wrote Kng-

!St.! :Mark's. Episcopal" Church says 'The conclusion at "Glidstont' ," another replied! "Parnell will never. gel Home O'Shea. It.s. He's dying." to do. so many things we've never hind's national anthem "God Save

Morning prayer. and Sermon onlie which I have arrived is that, notwithstanding "No Painell! Gladstone will giveIt Rule" cried Healy All he can i "Dying!" she cried In wild alarm. had time for time to do Ugther, the

second and fourth Sundays at to us still, but not with Purnellas like eating hot potatoes! There's
the splendid! services get you is Insults. His name Is a "Wheie, Is he? I must go to him! King"f f

Jl a. m. Holy Communion Saints rendered by Mr Painell to his our leader" by-word ami always will be. The "He's coming here. He's on the ino'ther thing we've gut to talk I

lays at 10 a. m. Litany and choirractice I country, his continuance In the "Parnell will not resign on itr. Irish people shall know the Issuesin way." about- NFAUN AYSUOANCF ,

every Friday night at 7:30: leadership would! be conducive of Gladstone's say so." this matter and I'll not shirk She remained standing In the "You shouldn't talk dearest" :/ Z7.. /O8 I

,111. consequences disastrous in the Their leader advanced among the telling!" open door, not heeding the snow "Yes, but this", is very importantthe L

Ch rl..i-;: hurch I "Go to the people' as I shall do," A dependable prescription for Cold

Services at the Christian Church ,.. I responded Pnineli.. "The people of Ohllbi,Fever,Malaria,and Influent*.
and I "-. Iieland have never failed me yet. At drug tons 2So or Band stamps t

very Sunday morning evening ,c.. On their answer I'll fctund! or full" We'rt going to bt marrtttl,, _.athen Drum CaJ.ckaonvilla.Fta
t eleven and seven o'clock respec- Katie. Did I forget la mention
I "I take the challenge, said Heiily. -
,vely ; .. : it, or aid / ncrer
".. \- 'I "Kiom. tonight theie's. a new ask you?"
,
,. M.; Irish Purty. Those who arewith,
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.. / .,;
Luke Buptint (hurch "\ .' (
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mIlA..II' ilt
> .. ; :r.: .. ; tsu. ;' ..1. : me, who hive the honor of Remand -
Rev Ii\ an Bohannan PastorTreat ; "' '; '
if: ,..r'" : at heart, who'd have a new
. ing services every foiuthf'un.ldi .; ;:,;; '
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'..., 'r' patty and a new leader follow i if ilp
) 10 30 o'clock A M. | ." : ." "
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.' By twos und thiees" more I than '
.yf ;II :.J >
A ialC the men left the loom.' _Z'' '. .._ ; ,....-
tits ,
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Michael! Duvitt wan slowly fol-

,"v, .wing lleuly Redmond the aged

P ul \v\ I Ming\ to the Coiinthlna ': 'Brlen und others from the loom ;
ii JACKSONVILLE J
| say i mi determined. not to when u gown caused him to hull F 1 7

t now anMhlt: among you save Je- and turn his head.! He saw Purncll -
Ofe GARNET ANDREWS.M.. ..
-us Chi
I ''I 'mp nsis! here It upon xmtoited. with pain being helped ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT .f Hi..
..od.rn, firtproof hotel In the heart of ..- I
I1 The war Veil Paul said in one I|i ,nto a chair by startled members low JtckionvilU. Evtry room with tub and

dace '\Ve' speak wisdom. to the "What Is it" he tusked,, uturnIng. 1 .Iowa, volt ..'.', wing.n/, f rtdto. iUlf.dumifw

Initiated, < :No man is Initiated In- '.'. 1 "Are you hurt sir?" doer .., Every Bed wash InnertprttiejewHteM
end foadinf, lamp. Running >cei
to spiriti.al truth unless he under- "That's hotter' I'm all light k Moor.AH .
highest! degree to the cause of Ire. them. After biding them good evening I wete oe nay
-tnnds the death of Jesus Pmnell mild as he was lowered In. .: j, CONDITIONED
: HI\ : i
land.: Aunt Ben that's what he'sjeen ht called upon Iledmond andtledy -.. --- COCKTAIL LOUNGE COffEE SWOP
Christ was vicarious\ and subsliUillonul. i to u chair only\ to again suffer tin DINING AND' MEETING ROOMS
holding up his sleeve this t'J tepott on the Interview about her Aunt Ben wentto most
According to the Bible. Jesu agonizing/ soiute, of pain. "111 be blowing important IhlllloIn my Ratn-StneJe. .. "Rival* BatkI
sinner's on the bombshell 1 published to the world I I IIke vllh Gladstone Hedmond, tepoit- I all right. Campbell her put u her aims ptotectinglyibout life You know what it is, don't I URo. M$20O 10 ROOM S 7 5O
took the place
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this. Charles rmiMt.hive known ;d they hud seen the Liberal chief her At that embrace, Katie you ?" I[40 R M.. SJOO 14 Roes $l)0

ross.; He died, l in the sinner'steail I that it was coming. That Is why hettu'eJ 'Then we aie! ready for discussion "Davitt" help me get him to n hioke Into a flood! of weeping but "No darling';," I. 1...M 1..a .. ...... ... I4.04t
for ourtnnssrps'Oons. 'C uch. said Campbell. "Callahan ...,.
wounded w '
' He was rya -
< In town lust night I'm of what steps. must. be taken quickly controlled her weakness at : "You must. Or ate you being
He was bruisedor Set Di Gillespie. He followedHealy ... i i. POUMO HHOIIl.,. .
going; to town. I've got to know to insure! a safe majority for the t renewed sound of wheels. She ran modest ? Our marriage "Ve'reI/ ) Ot .. CM
for but he'll come 101 ) OltOt*
died
( our Iniquities. Christ 'I what is happening to him." inure Rule Bill,' Dr., face down the steps out to'the cab us ; ing to be nUll rlt'd. Katie. Didn'tyou A//.:.! :... O* {
sine to the Scrip- C'.ilk'Hpie'a was very '
our\ according spiritual "After you've stayed away all "There are other matteis to 4rave us he. finished his examination Davltl nelped Parnell to alight. She I know I that ? Did I I forget to -
lures. Before can ill
we grasp Into I i, this! while from London ? From the come up before that, inteirupted of the stricken Parnell and got her aims about him crying:
truths, we. have to enter
House of Commons, the pubicJaze n excited voice. "Chailes. m)' darling!"
tutted his the
the house of salvation through the j replacing bag
; "That remark Is out of older "Katie He putted her hair,
dour blood truments he had! used In giving
of faith In the atoning
(
Sixteen years ago, gentlemen. I 1. wet with snow "I got here. Ira
of Jesus Christ. The modernistic "But they're trying to depose hypodermic."No For Expert RepairingSmith's
1'-
preachers and educators who protest I,1[ him! I 111 go by train. It's conceived the Idea of an Irish Pary use eh, Gillespie?" mur- home" t

against a bloody Gospel are i quicker. tided Into one complete whole muted Parnell "It's got me this "Ye darling yes. ana the tours

attempting to close the door which I! In the anteroom of the Irish all. the cUfteient. factions .of. 11'1"\\ ''Ime, Is that it ?" she had controlled flowed ng'oin."You r,

open., Into the house of spiritual Pnity'a committee room she f"unI !' an 4 fighting together for Ii, "No no, of course' not, but mustn't cry;? Katie.: I'm all

end Purr.ell's sec medum. Our party oath is 'Sit to. to take It YouTuistn't ,right except tor being ('ol.Holl'\
Pt'rll'npe and fellowship in the I I I Michael: Duvitt i /on ve got easy ; Garage

tit '. of lost men. 'ctar> !Mcnty' Campbell DaUtt! ;ethel', veto together. Cn'y by pre. I move, about. Have a bed m: In to a fhe."

attempted to evade her hy slippingnto ""aition a common front to all op'Sition n.ide up h(>U'." Katie;: und D.ivltt; each to-,>k an I

Co a I the crrnm.ttec: roam bit .she > ('olll hJ we hype for victory "In the nlfltt" Ii It as bud na arm and led him into the hou.ii: Phone 120 I !
I
What confidence Paul 'tilled to him nskimr! rio v 1'Hl ? on eliTtpd me leader of that putty ,hat ?" :{:atie wanted to tike him up.stalnut :

ml m the supreme power of the cross! Cor- wotil. Reluctantly his eyes somI have given me absolute loyal- "I'm afro I so at the momentut once but he lnss: v nnd obedience.Se. showed; the .t II I' ,', -i1.I li" .
n'l : !> Davitt hesitated."I !. t .t I' m L"i t
ft wicked city. Every I I I
iI iiils the importance of our tml- . ,' I
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oC' was there. Every lot m don think you and I hlven'rt'ling K u.1' (jH'.HepIn.: : I'm go.iifjirrv ; ___ ____ __ _____ .__ __ __-=-__ __-----1
I ei' itont an1 In letuin Mr. GH1- tie. I've of It the whole
o* in: depravity was entrench- ,! to arty. to each other *. thought
e.I 'nut. while he denounced'' It's about Mr. Painell. What time" promise I us Horne' Rii'eMow "1PIJ"" ::1.1 you can't You I way down:'

f. r person'! .reasons. which I "You shouldn have "
Oo to him ? misln come
to : movv
li.' ,1\i\ | the church to which h*> ne they going I
*"' '' ,,9 not seem to have de- ': "That's for the Party to decide." .ill not dinuss here 'I've nevus). taken orders, from "I I I..i: t to I'd! have Lome across

"'"" i rhf sins of the "They coul'In t diseit! him now! "Th t." what we'ie here to dlsiss' MI Vt t.hat:: changes have I ? tin we'll I to you tonight Jet b. LEDGER OUTFITthe
unregener-
iiI i i .in of the people Paul They.. will stand by him, wont !!" a voice' inter, rupted. "pe-r'l ".ome on, I want to know." j' side me. Let me hold! you There d!

but "i nal leu.vns"! 'Well I' afraid not much. it's Aloud to have jnu here against
Ir" '.. 'I i to them Christ crucified. they He did< not answer, as ?
r"' i 'I.: that the Gospel he repeated her plea he opened 'Mr Piimell spoke up a timid I'll send a nurse." .iy In'MX where you belong'

to II, 'I. A ,If Go.That\ Is wits hu- I 'll&htly! the deer into the committee voice, "if you as leader of the Irish.. "Y.u, Wni Votive told me whatI "Clun les, my beloved" the, besought -

rn.1 nfltUl'III.1 com. Party, are the stumbling block tot I tinted to know. Thanks. Now him "don't. talk. Just rest.

"'r-tion. No mm Home Rule don't you think, for All that night she. sat by his bedside
Iy" old,' 1 conclude, that the simple Listen he s.ittl. I get along.
eton that Jesus Christ died on the A hubbub of luud and furious the sake of the fatty you should "Mr. I'll Illdi. I can't allow -' while he slept fitfully until her

CII_ to sue men was This'I voices! assailed her ears.' One man resign! ?' I "III take: the responsibility. hand! grew numb In his clasp. When pp #tl,

b GoU's revelation of power.a fact. It ': ;houted st the top of his voice: "He Amid cries of encouragement" I goodbye, and not a word to the I Iothels. morning came, and with it her owr

occurred In the life of Paul. He ,vlll go down in history, the history .nd counter" cries of "Shame! and I' ." I physician, Di Motion the littet' Ja -
"Never! Pamell's calm voice had to release her hand. The movement -
who to
saw 'it work in the lives of thousands of Ireland: as the man I! Dr. Gillespie appealed Camp-

of others. In evangelistic sold his country for a 'light o' made itself heaid. hell ami Davltt: "I look to you to caused Parnell to' stir In his

my sold our "I am in entlie agiee-ment with him here." sleep:. murmuring her name.
ministry In which I have been love'! He has sold us, keep
engagecl, for a number of I birthright for a woman!" you. Mr. Gladstone demands my When he had gone Parnell spoke "I'm here, dearest," she assured
years resignation Through Mr. Redmondand him, and at once he quieted. The
have seen drunkards made sober Davitt shut the door and looked with grim determination to his secretary
Katie Mr. Healy I have replied thatI : "Campbell, will you do doctor sent her out of the room.
at
J'wvea made honest bums turned sourly ,
I gentlemen "What Is there in men," she will resign at once If he will giveus something for me ?" Aunt Ben, waiting outside the -
and fallen women :
that he will continue
his assurance
ensile! as asked, sickened and fearful "that
pure as snow through the Home Rule Mr. t
to support
Power of the gospel. Personally :makes them unable forgive their the result of OKT TilE MOST OI'T OP YOITK MOTOR WITH
will let us
faun Healy you t
weaknesses In others ? RUBY
hooking awn
I cave discovered for no a new! message that i|, "It s not that," replied. Davitt. your visit?" K OOL MOTOR
message Healy
d *" the "They made a god of him. and he's I "M Ir. Gladstone responded -
:
Work What this poor of his. heartfelt desire \ itMOLINEI tNt) O I I, HSTATIONS I I
la: ,, "assures us (
'curse'1 world proved himself a man like them. ,. An .icoptloiul valuot Coaiist of
needs is the Costs I
Pel which the "But -- an't you forgive him'. that Ireland should have Home t'lYo I IV It.Ut10RU ('OI'ST"ltE AT OCR loo*. loai l led'1.r' binder, 20O lexJaor j I I.b..t. j
power of God unto you SEKH'EITII A tOMI'I.KTK: LINE OP
saltation I I Rule" : n and A-2, 26 division Ualheir
to every one that bell v- that? I PRODUCTS tab Ind... Bound in d..rabl.lmllatiotl.
.tit "He was a god l to me too." He i I "Will he support It ? Did! he promise ) CITIES SERVICE loathor, color. rod or black. Suet yl

scoped from her beseeching eyes It you ?" demanded voices TIIK NEXT TIME YOI'II MOTOR IONS HOT. OKT TilT beck with automatic locVlng dovicej.

!Some' --h- -- nto the committee room. I I I "lie told I us our first business! KOOI.-.MOTOK (\SOI.IMC FKOM ONE OF THESE Push button for quick opening, na key rexjulrexi. Sh. ..t. are whit

,_' of England's finest fleeces Campbell spoke to her. "You w-as to chouse a leaJer.I --" STATIONS: Irotydalo lodgejr paper 24 lubatanc. Sh. ..t abe 6 9i lnch.. 9 aBtocY

J and'016, from the Orkney and Shet- shouldn't have come here Mrs. i[ "Did he promise you Home I Kitty's -- Dad Penders 13.28 r
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1 islands,,! ..., .. ..... ...
Purnell. LI. .. I.
a aWPPfI. where sheep( feed! on O'Shea." What else he had! in mm 1 Rule? demanded West End Sta. Harrison's (Brooker) No I
? How
"lIe did not. How could he ,:
was left unsall for Parnell himselfame I 020008 Ruby Led'l.r O..WI-Red. SL00 J

_-,- -- : in from his office seeking his I I can he traffic with a Party whose D. E. ROBERTS, Agent 020001 Ruby. Led'l.r Outf1t-BI..ck 4.00

doat human and Katie went swiftly : coder has disgraced them an j their BRADFORD AND I'MON CO I:NTICS:
: beings are born at secretary, i '
1I1 I i| ? What favors can we ex-j \VORTHINGTON !<
country
hut I
most twins. are born to him.

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mem BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORID FRIDVV. !SEP If.Mit,,n\: ',
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I I BOARD CUTS NINE I Starke I I grounded In faith. No matter how NEW HELF,111F.Okll': : --
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1 : Bradford County TelegraphEstablished I SCHOOL LAWTEY NEWS 'I I DRIVERS FROM--- : UTS LIST I Flossie Starke:McLendon -- 392.00 well groundedplanted a plant may be in rooted the soil-if not-It SYSTEM 6CIIEIM K\\MIMII: i'j.i ... (


1877 (Continued from Page One) Sarah Jenkins ..._______ 313.00 cannot grow so the Christian tl'T. 18(
needs be grounded In the Word and Only two days;; rem: ,. ,
The Law ley school faculty patrons I Starke II a'Ilel
L 1 MElV.BERr.FJDR and pupils welcome our new sitlon offered he or she would be Ruth Knight ____u______ 39200 In Faith and will then fulfill Col. to file applications t t..", ,11",, M.r''
System.
1st 23rd verse. examiniitlon .,
Chapter ,
principal I. B. Cody and Mrs. replaced: Starke \\1'' 'i'I''. tIn .
held
PRESS ASSOCIATION Cody Into our school and commu- Hampton I James Smith _______uu_ 313.00 Visitors from Hampton and Or- by the Stall w ," Ii ,

\J nity. We feel sure that he Is concerned M. W. Morrow Principal 1080.00 Sampson City mond as well as Keystone were Ira September It wj"r, ., .,J b..

9 3owand Co tads' with the welfare and success R. L.. Turner ______-___n 760.00 I Naomie Godwin u______ 392.00 present. Thomas chal rm.," .t i ft.tn
pr'' ____ -r----. five, \Velfuio Bon.i: .
800.00 ThuratonCharlott All
of each pupil and. If everyone Willie Mae Hamilton spa plIn l :
+ t ci Published Weekly on Friday and Entered as Second Class:, Interested In our school will cooperate Floy Sullivan -__________ 64000 \ Simmons ------- 392.00 y.\'Imt'I'T: (I'KUS: cations must be In th.. -1..1. :

Florida with know that this Mrs. Rachel Gillette 740.00 Water Oak I I Funeral services for Everett Jacksonville by Si.M"The l,, "
I Matter at the lit t Office at Starke, him we --- -- 4
i written
: I 392.00 Crews, 32, who died early Tuesday examim.u,
,' successful Cora Lee Keenon '
t ,, term will be a very one. -------- I held Will v."
God had Intended Water Oak morning at his home near Lawtey', on September IX ,n
_________ Editor and Owner Victor Hugh said "If IJr"dfortlOu..ty: High School Crts
_
Cove
L. Matthews _
E. Springs
+ that man should go backward George Edwards -_______ 50960 were held Wednesday at 4 p. m. at and all .'.th.r, .J j
it Leon A. Gray Principal-_J2.500.00 trlct offices. *
the In Luke Ceme
'' SUBSCRIPTION RATE he would have given him an J. Harry Benson ____ 1040.00 LawteyM. grave Crosby
; of his head" So h E. Roberta __ ________ 392.00 Tills Is the second l MM,,
eye !in the back t
___ ._ .____ 740.00 tery.Mr. S'It)
Six Months 75c-Payable In Advancer Evelyn Stump !:
Yearly, $1.50; : and : Crews was a lifetime resident examination to be held
school Lawtey
let all behind our .Tpices
I us get Myrwln Long __ ________ 840.00 I under'| .eu
Advertising Hates on Application push it forward not backward. Lenora Coffey __________ 392.00 of Bradford County. He is of the new board.) and
B. Perkins ______ _______ 760.00 It II
The fifth grade room has a new : Lawtey survived by his widow Mrs. Bertha expected that no more teals !
Eva Anderson __ _____ 740.00 wills
I -I MENTAL MEANDERINGS; set of sand table equipment con Veina Demorest ?u 740.00 'Julia Drayton -_________ 392.00 Crews; a daughter Miss Audry held for the next six mmh, ,
I n" Crews: two sons. Buster M., and longer. All ,
Bill Farm
sisting of an Honor Lawtey persons whc ?
Edna _. __ 740.00 desire ,
Hayes ,
Fall i is i.. the air but there will likely be plenty more :I barn and other barn-yurd equip Rosalind Jacobs-_ __ ______ 740.00 William Hogan __________ 392.00 Everett Crews Jr.; two sisters take the examination therefor
winter actually makes a real appear. ment. Brooklyn Mrs. Leona Edwards and Mrs. Leila should fill in application blaakl'
i' warm weather before Ruby Mae Perkins ._ ____ 740.00
I James __________ 302.00 Mae Crawford all of Lawtey. which may be secured
Gaddy
share of the second room the from the
week In grade
1 The cool weather and rain this was our Mrs S. S. Dowllng __ 840.00 d.1'
1 r ance. Graham Funeral arrangements are under trlct or the stale
the southern children are carrying out a circus Clyde Howard ______ ____J,00000R. office and nut!
! + U a small tropical dit'lturbance't.hat blew across: : the Roosevelt Smith _________ 392.00 the direction of Key-McCabe Fun- them In time to reach the
are building nlal. .
n project. They M. Geiger _____... .__ 740.00 of
4 q' part of the state. Nice to know that there i is never any serious "big top" In the sand table with a Julia Benson _______ _____ 640.00 Clayno eral Home. flee by September 4.

danger from storms in this section. :Monday's wind side show and the menagerie Luc lie Kennedy Secretary 640.00 Grace Robinson ___________392.00 The Rev. F. A. Whlttlesey pas- The examinations, rover thj K

around Kinsley Lake and littered the There Is also a moving-picture of Eunice Searing _. ___ _.__ 720.00 Brooker tor of the Lawtey Methodist clal work positions in the dtri, ,
blew a few trees down "circus pictures" and "the parade" Grace Walnwrr ht' 720.00 J. A. Jones. ______________ 509.60 Church: had charge of the funeral Persons who make 110 eligible rit

streets of Starke with small branches and leaves-but that i is I and a frieze carrying out the circus Edna Hart _____ _u___ 72000 New River I service. Ing are placed on an ellglhl 'l"

all. No lives lost. No homes damaged. Id.III/ to be colored. Edna Prevatt __ ._____ ___ 62000 Llnnle Kelley _______.___ 392.00 -C---- from which are sele-tm,
/ I The sixth grade has completed Earnesttne: BudJlngrton __ 620.00 New River8upel'lntt'ndent NOTICE.The mrnta when'vacancies, ..iir, wclal \"v

t 1 ST- a ,study of China and Japan and Willie Mae Hinson u____ 62000 A. J. Griffls announced Order of the Eastern Star work positions.

{ Looks like another quiet city election. No opposition for Mr. Cody our principal came to Evelyn Riteh ?,_.,i__ ____ 680.00 that he would bear his has adjourned and will have no Minimum requh.t'mt."n i I" e'nt;-

'(i job from clerk to councilman. Would indicate that citizens our room and gave us two very interesting Ethel Biggs _. .:.______ 680.00 actual expense In visiting and inspecting mote meetings until the first Mon- the examination are I KMiiuittii, ,

}i f t any well satisfied with the administration of talks on China. He is Jeanette Kincald ___ ____ 680.00 schools etc In excess of day In October. from a high school plus 'mn ,.,....
,+ of Starke are $180.00 and asked that this item ... of college or two ;r"
going to place on our table a display Ruby Lllley U'h _____ 680.00 >e I\IS of oxp
their city government. A quiet election is nice for officeholders of be cut to $180.00 from $360 which ence In related fields j
l ; Chinese relics which he Madge Middle ton -_ ____ 680.00 Astronomical telescopes are of such| ;

:: but it doesn't make many headlines for the newspaper. collected while he was a mission Kitty Hogsed _____ ____ 620.00 was done. two types refracting and reflect- teaching or nursing. A|>plicda',

ary in China. This first hand In- Madeline Andrews ____._ 620.00 The superintendent was Instruct. ing. must be at least twemy-one( yea

i 1'N'a 1 1i tormation was very helpful and Loolu Roberta ___________ 680.00 ed to submit the budget as now i revised of age and not mote than fifty'ur

i a Ai ,# a School opens Monday and soon sunburned boys and freck- was greatly appreciated by each Pauline Howard ________ 740.00 to the State Board for appro- IPSET'IDSTOlIACH less they .have hal previous! en:

}1'n led girls will begin passing our window on their way to the one in the class. Luutey Junior High School val. NEUTRALIZED Ql'ICKLY: ; ployment In 'u social Work ag. ..

l I class room. Most of them will lament loudly having to go The seventh grade had charge of I. B. Cody. Principal _1280.00 It was agreed between the Board You can get rid of those stom- -.- -

1 j1'' back to the drudgery, but in reality most of them will be gladto the assembly program last Friday Mis. L. O. Sheffield ______ 800.00 his and Professor Leon A. Gray that ach agonies caused by acidIndigestion No More Free Renzol/
salary aa principal for the cur-
morning. The following numberswere Mrs. Emma Hill ________ 760.00 by simply taking a spoonful
back to work after a summer of loafing. rent year shall be his total -
get given: compensation of Bisma-Rex in a glass of water.
Blanche Edwards ________ 680.00 The county agent's office hear
"America the Beautiful" sung by Joyce Futch ____________ 760.00 : no pay for his two monthsservice. It is delicious tasting and brings'I has been informed by R A Rob
.
: Monday is also Labor Day-largely unobserved in this the entire school. Ila Reale ______________ 680.00 as supervisor relief In 3 minutes. Buy a jar of 50 erts regional supervisor of,acre
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Scripture reading Edna Ed JeweU Roberts ___ ._ doses today for 50c at the Rexall
and _____ 760.00 worm control that there will tan
; ; part, of the country. The word Labor holds out no terror wards. Helen Cody _____________ 680.00 llItoiSIONLL Drug Store--the Mitchell DrugStore ; further free distribution of pat'tar

,np' little of the dread in this part of the country that is often attached -; The Lord's Prayer-George Shu- Mrs. L. H. Futch ________ 680.00 Owing to the recent storm the : In Starke. -Adv. oil and benzol by the gin-era"

e to it in the North and East where strikes and other ford.The Womlluwn Elementary. School guests from Gainesville expected ---. i ment. It was stated. that!,the.

Flag Salute-James Red- Melvin Futch ____________ 720.00 it the Tuesday evening meetingwere TRAIN SCHEDULE: materials can be obtained, ae m,
;1 : y troubles have hindered progress and even caused loss of life. dish.Guitar Vanderbilt Elementary: School not able to attend and a mes- Our schedule changes April 25th onable prices from Casietfa. Hardware

Labor is content with lower wages in this part of the country and vocal solo-Nathan I E. W. Wilkinson Principal 720.00 sage to that effect was received. and trains will run aa follows.Southbound Co. and Sistrunk Feel. ar:'

''I because it costs so much less to live. Another thing for which Boles. Lillie McRae ____..__?__ 640.00 However "Jesus never falls" and Seed Store.
i l' t t1'l Piano solo--Basely Shuford.A Graham \ pleasant surprise was enjoyed by No. 1-Due Starke 11:31: P.M
we can give thanks to the warm climate and the productive character by the entire Elementary School 'he large class In attendance. The
song Ruby Shaw _.-_._______ 50000 No. 15-Due Stai'ke 457 P.M. GENTLE F(>r. \\ um\::
I + soil of Florida. seventh grade. New River Elementary School Dodd musical family of Keystone No. 107-Due Starke 9:16: A.M.

Mr. Cody and the junior high Harmon[ Morgan. Principal 72000 Heights were present and render- No. 191-Due Starke 10:39: P.M. Women who have been searching
school boys have organized a diamond *d splendid service! also the local for
laxative
NorthboundNo. a gentle wonder v.hy
Melva Crosby ___________ 554.00Ht'Uhrolln
4 In a recent magazine article, a mother of.three\ writes an ball team which expects to Klemrntury School Parker family rendered praIse 2-Due Starke 5.00: A.M. they never discovered F'.fxall Or.

; + The is playa number of match games with their unique musical assemblyof No. 16-Due Starke derliea before. Once they thj
j' E! ,' article entitled "Why I Dislike My Children. piece H. B. Wiggins Principal_ 800.00 11:34: A.M. try
I with of the other Instruments.The .
some schools in
''w'; signed with her own name and she takes up each one of her Harry Supp ________ ___ 80.00 No. 108-Due Starke 5:00: P.M. chocolate flavored laxative they
t the Their first .
county. was on the
game message subject Starke and Wannee BranchNo are convinced. Even If some [in
Mrs. E. B. .._ .
Wells ,.. .__ 580.00
children individually, telling in detail why she does rot like played Thursday afternoon against "Rooted and Grounded" was well live be
must taken
I Lubedia Johns __________ 534.00 101-Leaves Starke 7OU: A. ... daily, youth
i them. Wonder what the children will think of their mother I the Lawtey town team. The score Rising Element: School 'Iven and illustrated from life. In ,' :'. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50: F. At find Orderlies always useful BCJ\
a was 6 to 3 in favor of tile town nry order to In the
Christian
life
'1 if they read that article? Wonder what circumstances could Arthur McRae __.._______ $720.00 grow Dally except Sunday Rexall Orderlies at the Reran
I boys. However, the school boys .ne must be not but
only rooted Store Mitchell
T. J. GRIFFIN. Drug -rthe Drug
Beverly .,_ _______
Cady 600.00
Could she need .
?
to write such piece
force a
} a woman money played a good game consideringthe Store In Starke. .Aft
I I Carlie Faulkner h_______ 580.00
that badly? fact that they are smaller boys Broolter Junior High School LIST 0. QUALIFIED EI.ECTpRS FOR GENERAI4 ELECTION =:
and have not had very much ex- ,.
I pet'It nee yet. G. E. MicGuuleyeErtncipel, $1000.00 OF TilE CITY OF STAnKE, FLORIDA DE HELD
I I Agnes Knowles ._____
___ 800.00
? ; f" They say Mussolini is an ardent advocate of astrology The P. T, A. held' an Ice Cream Cordon E. Baker -------- 84000 ON TilE UTn DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A. D. 1937 SAVE51E.

I.. 1 and rarely makes an important move unless ''the stars are!, Social Friday August 28. at eight I I Muriel Norman __________ 640 00

1 right Wonder what combination of heavenly bodies prompted ''clock: on the school campus. A Mildred Morgan ,_-_____ 640.00 A
good, crowd attended and $22.38 \"olln. H. AI.I".n.O, r W. Alvar.a. Hal'harll+ '
and make other rash that Sure hie M Beard -----.__ 620 00 .\h'u, "x, .J. :\1. AldrrumpA born $
Ethiopia \I\.r. R H.
him to moves!
conquer! 18h,,, I. This will be used I j .
Aaa < : .
money i Annie Laura Klston ______ 6.10.00 \c1klllo. \ Z. .5I-a,'''''. .\nlll. ..Uexund.r. \V. II. fJ
f r the world in general did not approve of? Could it be that to buy some needed school equipment 1 I Music Inventlvurea. .

t l Mussolini: like many other star gazers, sees in the heavens 1:. Mrs Mabel Wall ________ 90000 IIH'"I.
The regular meeting of the P. T. ,rep. H. L. fN
Horns .
11..1.
1I..pnl, \\ it..11'.
: + ivi''fI f i-.fi! wishes to :-Ie.-maldn:! the :stars take the blame for,1 A. wni. hell! I \Vt"dn".II'Ipptembel'!' ten months 1I'onk., .. ,\Ih..t Ilenn'' It a. 1''hl1' H"nham.1: c',,. w'. A. <
Florence Brown _._______ 64000 Itrowplee. t-tta F'arMont, I'. M. fI"\1: F.
h the whims of his ego? I I! I. at 2.15: o'clock In the school eight months I.nei: .y. (/. 1.. Iincki.innn. August I'"wn.1&: .... Flurenre n. ,0
auditorium. H.a'''I.y. ';prll'.HI.. Harkey. n..o. W. ,
List of Colored Txucher1Simmie I Ullr",... 1':d n'tu'd' 11rl ant. \\'. F1r ",
The following is a list of the
c'' Every now and then some fellow comes along and shatters Honor Rull pupila, for the first Bradford Hunter $740.OOfetuike ('"'"a t.,hflPld ('has. ('.."ovn. Fln'pn", '" F. (C'lInn\ .I.,".. .,. I fY'
Poll y. J. Fl c'l.uk. I n. F" "':11'11..1... J. 0.
one of our: favorite illusions. This time it is a well-known j month: Pearl "I'arattire I. P. 1'sett, '
Smith .__._______ 50080 1 m F.I. ( "rlton. O.: I. afl
doctor who !scoffs\ at the generally-believed idea that it is not'' 2nd Guide: Carolyn Prevatt I. J. Hampton ((''tun's..nnVII. ,I..iI"t-unlc.. Ft.. (0. Cnnnva"'arp.nt.r f.vy.. Myrlh'A. t'nopur. II"h..rol I "
j Canton Donna Lou Cannon Allean
healthful for a person to bleep on his left side because such ; Fiances Tyson .?,:-.----- 39200( II I
i' Stalling Estelle Bennett, Dorothy Hampton' nearby. A. 9r. hnrbv, Annie I""PI'' M.... Mary l
position hinder.i the heart's action. He this misconception Thompson.Third -Ihivl 1.. I I.: ?1. Favle. Ines harden A. A.
a : says
A. O. Jenkins __,________ 588.00 n".y. Ida r.. 1..1..1. \'..rna J. :
is:: related to the mistaken idea concerning the positionof Glade: Margaret Futch, StarkeA. reenoreat. n. F. 1)oyl... J. DF.

the heart. In certain"' forms of heart disease, the left side W.Fifth M. Smith.Grade Wesley: Eula Mae Wilkinson.Eunice W. Fuller ...______?_ 588.00 r'.r.ol1. r.'nn" Rds. ..ards. W.: !of. I':"wllrd... JusephineV .. I

I of the enlarges considerably because of the extra work
(I organ Clarice Rosier Audrew Crews. 'ul..h. f'. A. Fran"P. Annie A. Flannigan S. W.
I Jack Dixon. I past several weeks left Saturday Futrh. Verdle g. .
it must perform. When the heart becomes enlarged a greater : for Miami where GOr.'ln.
she will
visit before
portion of it is found on the left side. But even In such instances Sixth Grade: Evelyn Edwards ; returning to her home In Macon .... .1. Hr.en. A. H. "ril9rele. A. F.
Romeo Prescott Clarence King Or..n. W. H. Or..n. Fannie 11.odnan. .1. O.
!, the doctor :says, no harm can result from sleeping on Bobby Plummer Jewell Griffls Ga. Urltfln.1..ml.. F. lrlffls.. A. ,1. toudman Rosa
Miss Bessie (H rrn. Mary. E. (;iritrln Lila.
I the left side because of the satisfactory protection given by Myrtle Bradley J. S. Sapp R. W. Terry and Miss .m HHa".n.
1 L MOIl Oleta. Smith who are employed In D..I1" .... i
ley. H..rl..lc. Mrs. S. F, Ho. S. R.
the chest wall formed by ribs and muscle. As a confirmed Jacksonville spent Sunday at Ilnov.r. i!. F'. homer .flella. Flnrtmnn Allier,
Seventh Grade: Edna Edwards
Honer .1. r.. .
"sleeper on whichever side pleases us at the time" we are in- Minnie Lee Pringle. Ollie Taylor. their homes here. II,,}'''''' Rc' W. Hurd Mayes.Tack RUby A. "Hartman.'1'1. Edna. :Elsie.

Mrs. Chas DinkIns left Wednesday llunvel'. Etta "hart W. H. IIoll..nIlOr'. Jessie. @.
with Grade
cined to agree the doctor.Wednesday's Eighth : Marjorie Thompson Ili JJ"Ilne

Avid Futch. Ralph Da r ley, for S 1Ircy. Ark., where she ,, :\f. 1. Jacobs. Fl. .Inhnson. Ahbl. W.
Horace Taylor will visit her daughter. Mrs. LoliGa .h"s. A. H. &. ..lbq. H.r..h .1enklna. ('has.. H. SERVEL ELECTROLUj
!Mo : for ..Toh". F. R. J"h". ""Ivln ..1..klll.. lire. _
'i _. way some time. Elva: F.
carried the that
; news a police recorder .
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papers .Ioh" '
-- -- H. R. .I.Jme. ( 1..... I I4. Jenkins. {'ha. A.
Truman Norman left Friday for Johns, t-II": F. .Inhnx Th.hna Flrln..o" Johns H. fo:. RUN* ON KEROSENE
in Long Branch N. J. had classified Max Baer, the LAWTEY Miami Johns. C'nrl Joh.t.'rhelms. ,
where he hss secured em. R.drrave Inhnx 1\011'\ Ruby (COOk OIL)
ail The .. ....... .. .Ioh'lIOnn.Y.' N Johns. J..1. J..hn.-I R. Jr.
prize-fighting playboy, a "juvenile delinquent. fit 5 C *w _" ployment. ,.-luhnH. Mrs. H. R. t .Johnson O F. .I,, 'k..nn. Morris.IclIP. ATMWZWOLOWCOSTfood

ting tag was given to show-off Maxie after he had failed tj New Arrival Albert Galloway who has been K ,
n..vloI t. Kendrlck T. N. Kin",,,,
O. C. .
answer summons: given him for appearing In public clad in Irs. Louie Belle Johns announces visiting relative and friends here lnlRut..(. J. F' t.:1..klll..r.: erns,.Mael" Klnihen. n.
the arrival of a son born for several weeks, returned to his A. In.ht.. (' L. H.
."l.M
shorts. The recorder said : "I am recalling the warrant and home at Searcy Ark. LLnerrerrn. La F tt.odesI eou'

( quashing the summons issued. Having observed Baer's actions named August Donald 23. the young Tracy.man Mrs.baa Johns been Mrs. T. J. Terry and, Wednesday.Mr. and T.evlt", IIf.. tr. E. 1 I.bard'vn.ng. Nerwln: R. 1.Lennon..vltnn.. Teresa R ........ .....,.._1.... ettb.Perfect .

r in and about the city of Long Branch it would appearto will be remembered aa' MIss Lout Mrs. H. B. Arwood attended the Long r.nnM'. (T'nrnrlla r. Peek l.N'I......rv.9latllda(1"0. H. Lennon.ndr1lm.. t-Ivl.. T. .Frank prolecUiM

me that he's a juvenile delinquent and should be tried in Belle Starling of this MCtlon. She fifth Sunday.Sunday meeting at Graham I."rd. .1. It 1 tia1'rgren III Della M. Landrinn I\Ir. T. I". N. dally lt_U- redd
Is now making her home with her
Juvenile Court rather than in a criminal one." Perhaps if sister Mrs. R. D. Saber at Greena- Ur, and Mrs. Roy Roberts of Miinning M.AHhe'w.; : j. F1 C. 8. Mundy 9ildd'Ptnn; : W'. Madge B. Jr. 9hanassa 5latuat ,A.Mina F. N. wator.* efeelrlcil

more adults who insist on acting like children were treated horo. Fit.Mr I West Palm Beach were visiting 91ark 91lddb'tun.' John W. htundy. airs. 1..11& MII-.t., 1\lr. Annie. 0 N. alsehl.e.y to ".ea'IttoDA

__ telatlvea here the fine of__ the___ w___iMr. >_. ... E Matthews. E. L. 1rcKlnn.011...". be".I. "
I Morgan )fr. \'Id" V. \I.lIh.Ir.: ...
i as such it would greatly. assist: them in reaching mental ma and Mrs. Wade n M..I..lnn.. Nolla 1\I..nnln. Oella Ha..1 Meli.lvey ... A. T;mmf f-rn family raft nt .....
EatertaltuMrs. Gasklns .
Wyrtck who '*
and "
.... the iroubto
M..tlh. .
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Mrs. Ida :.Vanassa. 1".11. r.
I turity. J. P.Vyrick entertainedthe have been living In the Rosier section K.Naswurthy f.......... """ .....doa I s.orv.1 FI tr'i/

senior class of the B. Y. P. U. for the past several years ; f'. H. Norris W. tb* K.re .i R.iNter.tor op'ro'IMJust
have rented the few, omW brfnp,P'
t her home Tuesday evening with Trowbridge residence a adey.f
'+ Interest in a Parent-Teacher Association here in recent 1 welner roast and after numerous and are now making their I'.nd"tare. C.. W.P. D. PowellChas. .1. Pgllum! .Dena eke. -.......tal. n ell Ygum. !' '"
"ark. W. H il.Il.rUtl.pet
Patt.n U. I. It I......."" I..vsry
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years has gradually diminished until during the last school games were enjoyed the guests home there. l'Prkins. 1lnnl. F'rath.r W. C.Qiliglry with the famou. Gea !Horner''

.term operations of such an organization were discontinued entirely were served a delicious salad Miss Rlva Lee Redding and Miss J. .... QiIRley. M"ta Minnie. W. chick 11'bass. -"In.tine city hom.h'.1'e. th.-.. "
-nurse by the hostess assisted by Betty Phillips were visiting In Kiteei.ter ..port tea y_ Vou can own
Now an organization meeting for the new year has her daughter. Miss Hilda Wyrick. Starke Tuesday afternoon. Freeman Ft..d.-rav.. Minnie Ii.w.. .( R a ,.(rlj ntor on an *a.y t...

.been called for Monday afternoon at 2:30: o'clock and it is Miss Guilds Marie Thede whoa I fllI..h.fl".sets;II....AII..e. Carrie Redgrave 1t."I... 1.Lnlu A. 1uwe. Ruth purHa. ptaa. Write today (-....

DNturbanre. has been visiting for tt..III'I''v", A. W. Itennulda. Mr.. for ATM liMntura.SISTRUNKJ.
I i hoped! that a representative group of school patrons: will be tropical some time in r. ArM

9'I' I L' present so that an effective organization might be made and This section received only a home Pittsburgh here, Pa returned: to her :-I'lump... F'. F. flt..rnb..rlf.Ou."I.. !<.'Pr>. Mrs. r..nn,
small of the Monday. ,
part tropical disturb- N.rllberg Scot Nrump. Rva: "$11"0" ro..m..r. I
# I maintained throughout the school year. .nre that passed near here Mon- Mrs. O. J. Philips and daughter. !..'I1..trllnk...c.tt. II )I. Hlh'"", .I. I. IOmlth. I.nlainpp. ;

i, day. Squally winch and ahowera'altelJ Miss Betty weie shopping In Jack- W, ;,1 SlmmonePJtI.P. ,' virrnlerf" ., .. Ruth BRADFORD I : I II i
all day but no damage was sonville Wednesday.At !Ninth 1 I'::. If. vparknan n. hr ,Nae.PP. MrlO. II'C f'I.\. I IP"CiF.
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It 1 is s 'olt, r..u" 5pnrknnu. :-0.11I.: STARKE
l'' 1 encouraging to learn that Bradford County's:! tax sported only the l.ttge oak trees a regular business meeting :.. !'I1..ark.. H. J R. I

i I w al I levy for the coming! year will be slightly lower in spite of an :i the city were cleaned of dead of the Lawtey Baptist Church the Tleon Thomas Monte. \\'. I.. Thnrnqu.et. .. E. Tl.nn !Sirs Theo (Laura) c'R....n.i-..-..lFtwIM.atYr .

incl't'i\ nll state milla':e. The optimistic note sounded, by jicaa anj rotten l.mbs: during the Rev. G. E. Cutshaw former pastor, I Thonas.' It. ,\. Ulr...) Tlsnn Th..l1qll.Theo I. J..nnl. '1'1",11. Julia I -.-..pea....-eedI .
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nrJest purt u rotten limb was torn but now of Greenville Tenn., was I.' ---. L.I'
1 county officials! as to the hope of further: reductions in future l'gluw. .I..hn. l'gluw f.nul.a. ,
l Iroie from
pY a tie near the postof- unanimously elected to serve the | I -

a as q1'' years is also sweet music It shows: that "the court house: flee and fell on same but caused Lawtey Baptist Church for the | 'n..r.ht.' :N.: D. Whit... Noble ft. flay Wit I .....k N-- ,
<' I. A.
boys": are i realty!: interested: in an economical administration:: of no damage I next year. It Is expected that he Well'hlt.."O.'. I.W. "Wlltlante'..11. H. .G. Wnrlt. C1. F. Ft. I .....-....0 --= .

r ( county affairs and that as lung a.this U true the taxpayermay ; I'erwnnla and his family will soon return to w'ulnwright Mary O. Wills. 'r.'Y"Sal Webl.n w'Pldnn, Si Mr.A..,, Mary U. I aia1eI.o.eaa. -.__+-
.4 Ml n: Bernice Adams, who. has I this city to make their home where To.a -
) be assured'' of a square deal. '>oen vU.tlng: : relatives here for the they have many friends. i' Young Young.. 51ra.H H.H. H. Young l\fn. eora L. Young. Herman H. .--- ----




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