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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 10, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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GREEN WILL NOT''I I PRODUCES GIN PRAISED'LEANEST LINT. PARENT- |t' OF COTTON FIRST GINNED:BALE MONDAY SCHOOL BOARD i!.ATTEND'UNUSUALLY: LARGE COLLEGE NUMBER: ;;: SCHOOL OPENS


!T SAYS FACTORY REPRESENTATIVE FOR S. R. JOHNSSOME i Of' BOYS WILL ENTERUNIVERSITY

RUN FORSENATESEAT ;, TEACHER ASS'N.ORGANIZED i TOO WET I Ii ADOPTS i j I j WITH RECORDENROLLMENT

| High praise' for the cotton gin The first bale of Sea Island cotton An unusually large number ofI

j I being operated here by the Bradford | I ginned here since shortly after I I boys who graduated last year from !I

I County Cooperative Assooia- war time waa combed from its seed) i I II .SALARY PLAN !|, B. H. S. will attend the University

tlon came Wednesday from W H. I I I Monday for S. R. Johns. It repreI of Florida at Gainesville this year ,

Southcott representative of the. I .- I Rented small parcels of cotton collected i it wns learned. with the' announcement -

| }Will] Seek House Reelection Lilly Mills of Shelby N. C. He stared j Officers and Committees from various growers and /s Approximately Tu-en-\\i that \V T. Weeks, AitfordI 827 Students Attend
i I that he had made a tour of gin was not the product of I Brown, Wlnfred Hazen. Albert Leo
anyone
to Continue \ Appointed At Initial I ty Percent Lower Than \ Bradford High
i throughout the state and that. farm !I Crosby, Ovid LewisVlllinm Edwards ,

Canal Fight |\' without one exception the gin here Meeting Monday I The first bale produced entirelyby First Schedule i, and S. G. Denmark are all Monday

was doing the best work and pro- one man was ginned Tuesday l planning to become. freshmen allover

ducing the cleanest lint that he had I' morning for A. C. Sumner, Indus- I again after having been seniors -
TFLI.S: [ | JACKSONVILLE found. :.MRS. E.: M.: DAVIS. IMIES.; HITS DRIVERS RE-HIREI) TYIMN! CLASS HAS 135;

FRI'ENUS: __OF II.ANSRumorll 1 These words of praise will 'be1 i,im: LOX-!. -HISTORIAN( i I| flan trious' farmer of the Saxton sec- ,'WITH| LOW__EKED I: PAY ,!' v. Throe a few girl months graduates ago. of the clans. 'NEW l'UH IT.Umn:

a great encouragement to members'' I M.P. of 1937 will leave for the state --
Matheny, gin operator, soon
'
An
that Representative R. organization meeting of the At Its meeting/ here !Monday the The Bradford County High
of the cooperative here and should I Ipersuade I Parent stated that Horae of the cotton beIng woman 1\ college In Tallahassee',
Green of Starke was seriously j Teacher Association of School Board adopted a salary School opened for Its forty-thin
A |
every cotton In' Is too wet to ( Misses Katie and
grower ginned VirginiaFugate
nov They are
connlde, l 'In? running for a seat i In Bradford to Bradford County High School was produce schedule presented by M. F. ,' term here !Monday, Labor Day, '
County have his .
first clew seed und and IMtlii
crop : quality + Wyrlck
the, senate next year were dispel) held Monday afternoon at 2:30: Brown representing the Bradford I i with an all time record attendance
ginned in Starke rather than to go 1 hut He that cotton be ,I Others from here who will con-
urges
Tuesday by his announcement 1 1Jsckaonvtlle In o clock In the school auditorium. i County Teachers' Association. This' I 1 and enrollment of 82:!? pupils In the
out of the county, even though thoroughly dried before bringing It I tinuo their studios at various colleges -
that he will again bea other J. H, Benson was elected temporary schedule, while providing for salaries elementary and high school depart- _
some I
gin may be slightly In to be baled \ are: Misses Lois Adklna Mar
candidate for re-election to the chairman and called the approximately twenty per rent ments. an Increase of fifty-two .JJ
nearer to some sections. I j Mr Matheny will be assisted In Jane Stump Marjorie Benson and '
i meeting to order. lower than those contained in theoriginal over attendance
House The following last year, 775, the a
ginning Bradford's cotton Doris Walker, will all to Tal-
His statement was made following | officers for the ensuing year were crop by schedule prepared for the go largest student body up to that .- I II l'i
G. lahnssee. Miss Marie Thedo will
a meeting to discus matters :I SCHOOL AUDIT'j elected: : Boyd teachers does provide that the rate i;|' enter Stetson at De1i I time. School! officials expected ut'p

connected with the Cross-State PresidentMrs.. E. M. Davis. I I( of pay shall be based on qualifications Land and Miss University Vonda Inman will tendance to reach BOO) by the end of
Omul which was held in the offices Vice BOATDRAIN and teaching experience: j i I the week.;
preshlent-Mrs.
E. K Per- attend the University of Georgia ,
Sumter L. Jr. 1 The board made the reservation I
of BrigGen. Lowry, Officially ryman.SecretaiyMis.. Hugh Walters will continue his The opening exercises) of ttia'
chairman< of the canal division, that "Principals shall be paid ": '
nine"
1037-38 term held
E. L. Matthews Patrons study of the ministry at Stetson; were at
Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce commensurate with services rendered .
Treasurer--,Mrs. G. W. Anderson Lester Sponholtz will enter the o'clock a. m. In the high school ait-
He said: I MADE PUBLIC qualifications and experience -
Histoilan--Mrs. T. T. University of Florida; James Hol- dltorlum with Principal Leon A.
Long. "
interested considered, and that "In each
People who are In '
The WANTMIOOLATTENDANCE I 1 Ings worth leave soon for Emory i I Gray presiding. The honor speak-
several projects In the State, Including i organization voted to con- Instance Individual school shall be er for the occasion
duct Junior College in Georgia and I was Representative
the Florida Canal, thought PLACED the meetings at night on the paid enough to avoid penalty by ;
ON FILE INCLERK'S I R. A (fLexl) Green who
'first Leslie Biggs will attend the University
for ut least the time being, that I I II Thursday of every month at I the State Board."
OFFICE FOR 1 7:30: o'clock in the IS SUFFI of Georgia. I spoke following the opening song,
I could! be of more service to the INSPECTION i with the auditorium, CIENT.: DELEGATION; The following bus drivers were -- -." -.- "America" and the Invocation by
State in the House than in the I exception of the first reinstated with I reductions to
TEI.1,8 BOARDShoor Rev W, A. Fischer of the Methodist -
Senate, on account of my party The recent audit of the office of meeting which was announced for I amounts (fated below. One white TWO WRECKS I Church. His interesting talk
Thursday September 9, at which I .
standing and seniority. Superintendent of Public Instruc- :' time It was stated the recent audit 'ing .dogged persistence, land I' one colored unit were added: bespoke of the blessings of our "

Congressman Green explained tlon officially became a public record of the trustee and patrons of the Boat. W. H. Edwards, $40.00 per month | country' freedom! peace, educe
that he had half of the seniorityheld Monday when It was read to /j)'I Public Bradford County Board of I II 'drain school again came before the Lester Shade, $5500 per monthLevy Near StarkeMONDAY ton'! and Americanism. '
the State, In addition to Instruction would be ,read. I Norman, 930.88 monthL. l I
by the
Board of County Commissioners Board of Public Instruction at its per Miss Marjorie Benson gave a
the only chairmanship, and the I| The following committees were A. Jones, $9.50 month ,
and Incorporated In their minI 1 regular meeting Monday requestIng per | vocal number and Miss Anita.
only party assignment, that of "8S- l utes. The board ordered the audit appointed by the president, Mrs. j I that the elementary" school in Jack Goodge, $9.00 per month Courtmanch favored the audience

imtint whip" in the House. j filed in the office of the clerk of 'I i Davis; chairman of by-laws, C. M. their district be opened this yearI I J. S. Austin, $9.50 per month I I with u violin solo,, "Old Southern 'j,

"During our talk with him," the circuit court, where It will be Howard; chairman of hospitality I Instead, of having their children J. C. Yarbrough $19.00 per t i Airs," accompanied at the piano

General Lowry said, "we urged available to the public but did not *)t committee for the first meeting, transported to the Starke school. month II. D. !MOHLEY AND WIFE.. by Mrs. J. H. Court munch.

him as strongly as we could to gIveup i I make any recommendation or comment Mis. H. L. Brownlee, assisted by ', "We are poor people." E. E. Lee, 'I Mis. Lucian Johns $2100 per OF JACKSONVILLE: Principal Gray Introduced J. H.
the thought at this time of run- '. | Mis. P. M. Barefoot, Mrs. R F month Moore chairman
on it. i one of the spokesmen<< for the group i i IIADLY INJURED of the Board of

nlng for the Senate and that he { The audit was mallt-J. to the ',I Demorest Mrs. T. T. Long, and said, "We cannot afford to send J. G. Uoyd. $36 8S per month Public Instruction who spoke brief

run for re-election to the House. clerk last week from Tallahassee : Mrs. H. C Ritch; chairman of program I| our children to the Starke school. N. D. Green, $24.00 per monthL. I Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Mobley ly on the advantages of present

"We pointed out to him the position i by State Auditor W. M. Waln j ji I Mrs. .1. H. Benson; chairmanof We need them to help us at home t B. Hampton, $16.00 per month were badly Injured Monday night day education and he asked an>l

of leadership he has taken in wright who Wrote: "It is requested -( refreshment committee Mrs E. after school." The above drivers were relnstat- bout nine o'clock when the car promised cooperation In school

the fight for the canal, his Important that this report be presented t toj;I L. Biggs. The board refused to rescind Its 1'ed on condition that expectation they were driving struck a cow mutters. Lorenzo D. Green chair- t

position on the Rivers and the Board of County Commission-I j' Dues for membership will be fif action of a month ago ordering the for, transportation be granted and Just. north of Highland and wreck man of the School Trustees. wan

Harbors Committee, and the successful era at Its first meeting after re- : ty cents a year per person. Boatdraln school closed for the, provided further that this board j' eel They were given treatment by the next speaker, and asked for cooperation

efforts he has put forwardto celpt of same In connection with Brief talks were made by M. F. coming term. Members stated that I] will discontinue these routes should Dr. M. B. llerlong and then taken and complimented the ,

obtain a favorable report on the I I the provisions of Section 2196,,i Brown and L. A. Gray. Mr. Brown poor attendance. had forced the ''state requirements compel this aC- to St. Luke's Hospital in Jackson school on Its fine faculty.

canal from the Rivers and Harbors ,Compiled General Law, 1927,. and ,)J stressed the need for enlarging the I school to clo I.everal! times' dur-l,j tcr u survey to be made later ville where their condition was deI 'I Among the several announcements -

Committee.:: We told him that we that the report be ordered flied as j i i j'a I membership. He urged each memo Ing past years.Spokesmen The County Teachers' Association I seethed! UK "fair" yesterday. t that followed made by Principal

thought If he were In the race for j part of the public records of'';', her to bring one new member to I !' for the Boatdraln par was granted permission to meet onI Mr. and Mi s. Mobley are from: II Gray, was the fact that them

Senate anil not able to devote his Bradford County. 'I I[Ithe'I next meeting. He stated that Irons' stated they were sure attendance |I Saturday for the discussion of subJL'ets Jacksonville und were returning wrulit bo no football team again

full time to the canal fight, the The law referred to by Mr. the teachers and citizens should could be maintained, this l i,, that might he of benefit to : there following a trip to Kingsley I this year and the announcementthat
canal would, lose the benefit of his work them professionally otherwise. ', Lake when the Professor J. H. Benson
Wainwright states: "The county' for the betterment of the year, They said there had previously or accident! occurred wan
experience his standing and his Influence commissioners of the several coun- school.' \ I been some opposition in the New River School was granted hers Mobley suffered lacerll tlunllRbout not principal and

with members of Congress, ties shall at least once every three { Mr. Giuy stated that he was district to the school, but that thismatter pan I additional<\ teacher to be used us I the fact and her hunhan<1 I head of the commercial department -
the officials, in and the long attendance ', but also In
Washington as wan ants \\ Buffeted broken fibs charge of rhw
months. Inspect the offices and records highly in favor of the P. T. A, et'sny WitS settled now ,
President ''S. Sililey Is to have this I 1 high schist l department fur
of the: county Judge, sheriff other organization that would I W. C..Manning board member i in I' IIppolntmt Also Monday night KiPilJli; udmJn-
"At out urgent request Con and clerk of the circuit court and aid the school. He said that the t whose district the Boatdraln school >nl. Hawks. of ICingsley: Lake was malting 'l list!atlon. It was also noted that

gressman Green agreed that he other officers of their respective P. T. A. should be a nonpolitlcal I: Is situated said it was too late to 1 i Leaves of absence for one year a trip to Starke when a party I I the Parent- Teacher Association

would not at this time run for the counties, and see that the laws prescribing organization ,I consider opening the school there'! were grunted Mrs. Fred Guy and of unidentified negroes in a I'edwh..el ', would meet for organisation Monday .

Senate, but would be a candidate I and regulating the Julie' After the by-laws were read the this term but said he would be Alts.' Jennette Klncnld. .I, 1933 Cheviolet going In at lei noun In the school auillto-
for re-eleettiin to the House in or 1 The board Is writing a letter requesting -' the I I rlum.
of said officers are being fully' meeting was adjourned. willing to consider the matter next' opposite direction, sideswiped

der to give hU best etforts to promoting complied with: and It shall be their) ----.,_ .---- year E .1. Lewis member from Racing Commission, to Hawks' automobile, ruining the The enrollment for the high
the canal t duty to lepurt to the Governor of: the Brooker district, said that !! continue the racing period for full :, front and rate fenders, after forcing school seventh through the twelfth

"We are deeply grateful to the the State any failure on the part of WPAIS since the school was In Mr. Man length of session him utmost entirely: off the.1!l;I grades was 351, and that of th" i

congressman for having made this' such officers to perform their du- REORGANIZED ning's district he was unwilling to (| Jim Thomas was given the job to I I Ii road. Hawks gave chase but wa t '' senior duns alone was fifty Monday -

personal sacrifice to his ambition I. ties" go against live 'Matter's wishes. i put a movable pnitltlon in New I'thrown off the track when he saw I I not a record, however. The E

to become a senator,"' The commissioners took the poI I PAYROLL TO BE REDUCED The Boatdrain delegation agreed )i River School. 'is car he believed to be that of the attendance. from the beginners

I sition that since the matter in hand t I II 150.000 ON SEPTEM- that it was late now but stated E. T, Stewart was Instructed to'r negroes turn off on one of the I through the sixth grade was 476

SCHOOL' HOUSE was a stale audit It was not their I I BER 15 that they hud been presenting the drive to'all Crews'' house' In the many lake entrance roads. This I making the total of 827. t''

ROTARY SUBJECTOVER i I duty to make such report. matter to the board at every meetIng morning to transport his children car proved to be driven by Bill Over 100 patrons and parent

i Effective September 15. the since early summer. and 'In the afternoon to return I I Graham and the Identity of the negroes were present for the opening exercises

CROWDED CONDITIONS 1 C.-W: LOWRY Works Progress Administration In I| During the controversy M. F. them one-fourth mile from house.' remain unknown althoughthe In the auditorium and only

ARE UNHEALTHFUL < Florida will be completely reorgan Brown asked the board members j. This was on motion of E. J. Lewis car In' thought to be local. one-third of the school enrollment
I RESIGNS .. seconded by W. C. Manning I could be
CHURCH ised. It was announced this week accommodated su IIm.tedIs ;
SAYS HERLONG i now tney intenaea to take care or
by Frank p, Ingram, state WPA the already crowded conditions at i It was moved by E. J. Lewis and SKEET LOCATION I II I the seating capacity. l

The need far a separate elementary WILL RETIRE FROM MINISTRY administrator. The change In thesetup B. H. S. J. H. Moore, chairman, seconded by W C. Manning that L. C'hangn* I'll&de

school building In Starke waa i TO HOME IN MARY- was ordered by Washington replied that there had been some Crawford get the foundation of I CHANGEDLABOR Two new courses were added tithe > t

dtvued! at i the Rotary Club meetIng ''I I VTLLBT.; TENN. I officials in order to reduce supervisory ta'k of rating: another bulliHng I I Rising School repaired.. curricula this year. A course

\ here Wednesday and plan,, III and administrative ex- although nu definite plajia hud yetI It was moved by W. C. Manningand DAY DRAWS CROWDS; in General Business Introduce and
Dr.' and: Mrs. G. W.
Lowry -
[ were made to. .take an active interest returned petwieii- I been llli d... seconded by B. J. Lewis that I MANY OUT-OP-TOWN outline thv main point and phaarsr "

In this project which has _- Thursday of Jut week Reduction in payroll. totalling-, -4h Wootllawn School be continued for SHOOTERS PRESENT I of the leadiar type: of bualneaiMa, '

randy received government approval Tenn.from ,a their month'former aL.ya home\ Maryville, where, I 9130.00O, the elimination of dUtrfcts I FARM ROADS I this term at the present sib A petition Store cloanl at noon here ;dc>lt- such a*> bankingInsurance', etc +

, bat must await until fund are and thE. creation of eleven J requesting the appointment day and Labor Day wns> chiefly I Another new subject I Is "Methods, .
ranmj+ to take care of the county'* Dr. Lowry was born and raised. I APPROVED t C. L. Hillard as trustee was pre- celebrated by shooting akeet, the'' and Is open to seniors it la a

'line of the construction costs.Dr. Following his return. Dr. Lowry !I me-organization j aented I and granted. popular new pastime. A total of 'I complete and] comprehensive review -

M. B. Herlong spoke briefly I announced his resignation and re-j III.! TELEGRAM: FROM ANDREWS I The auditor" report of the au.1'U'lntendent'8 1,800 shot were fired and a hat of history, geography, mathematics -
tlrement from active In
saying that crowded condition in ministry pervisory employee would have to'i 1 office was presented was called at five o'clock only t and English with special f

the that!school here are deplorable and the unit Presbyterian of which he Church has been the pastor local be released Immediately.. |PRESIDENT'S to. the board and flied for reference cause hauated.the supply of targets wa hf'-I I I emphasis placed on the English,

when children principally the speaking and writIng
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more placed
In are of for the last nine yuan: He also The quota of workers will remainat A telegram from Senator C. O. -.- -.-..- ,....
t The Labor I
R event held forms.
room than. air .! provided ,Day wa
'for ace made known his Intention to i 24.000 this month but It may be Andrews In Washington,. D C., received I
the bad air breathed act. on Two Negroes Tried. on what Is known as "the old alrport" [ Study halls have been eliminated
make hi* permanent home on his materially reduced soon unless) officials here Wednesday announced t
them like a drug and they cannot Two case against a short distance from town this year and the number of period
property In Maryville. decide to allow the present that President Roosevelt has ap- negro men
Jo
their !best where the- traps have been moved, cut from seven fifty-minute
work. were disposed of
Dr and Mr. Lowry completedtheir number to continue. He said this proved a WPA project sponsoredby in County Judge i
The. club E. K. Perryman a office following a protest by airport officials ) period to five one-hour period
member mu- I Thursday
enjoyed a duties here and returned to was doubtful.W. Bradford County Bond Trustees
of the government who objected with a special half-hour
seal morning. Senior period
. program given by Mrs. J. H. Maryvillu yesterday. Mis Margaret E. Robinson of Tampa O. A. providing for Improvements to various Davis pleaded
&ns m : guilty to theft of to the new airport being first thing every morning for-ho'nl and Miss a bicycle belongIng
: Marjorie Lowry their daughter, did ':undtUi.t of Miami and C. D. Tom-, fpm to market roads. to L. M. Gaines and used for this puipoae. room exercise, devotional and p.itrjotic '.y
DIIOn'l was sentenced ,
not accompany them to Starke as llnson of Penaacola, district' directors The project call for a Federal ,
ffeiff Almost half of the observance
4
to thirty-seven and character ,;'
. Visitor sixty days He will be : ;. \
contribution of 119,890.00. althoughit
she is school in
attending Mary- will be field representative! .
education. '
MN. sent to Nassau County to work sportsmen firing Monday were visitor The one hour periodU
Jeanette Kracald, severs I I vllle. under the new organization. J. Y. was staled that definite allocation on
the road The from out-of-town with Gainesville allow half an hour for recitations
years a teacher in the local highWool ', Dr. G. W Lowry attended and. Wilson of Jacksonville, the fourth of funds depends largely upon two week bicycle was stolen I' Green Cove: Tallahassee and and the other half hour for -
here, waa added to the staff was graduated from the Maryville [director will be assigned to state the total allocation to Florida. ago Saturday from In Jacksonville supervised
being represented. study.
or front of the Ritz
the AP'j' Theatre. When
state's Social Board I I of the the
Welfare College and later attended then proval project by
'Ptember headquarters. found by Sheriff A. O. Andreu the Among the locals Charles Derby The typewriting cfess this yeirla
1. She Is I ident, however, places! it in favor
employed Presbyterian Theological Seminary Duval. Nassau St. Johns, Brad-
the wheels. had been remo\ .t and wa* high with twenty-three hits the largest in the history of the
1\:\ capacity of ClUe worker as vl.- In Auburn New York from which ford and Union Counties will be able position for definite. consider- being used on another bicycle. were The out of twenty-five. Eldredge Smith school 135 students being enn>it,
.1 in
fI, i.r}|Id| Investigating applications ) he was graduated In ]897. He was In the same district with headquarters ation soon. second case was that of Tommy and James Richard Wainwright ed for this course. A sixth extra)
age assistance. She will be 1 of the Presbyterian Church Jacksonville. The work will Include clearing,
II pastor at I< Powell, 'young each scored twenty-one. one-hour period Is added, to tilt
who
Permanent member of the staff' and the student ... grubbing grading and widening negro, pleaded ,
511,1 ''s .n Larmle Wyoming guilty to beating a I In the regular shoot on Thursday ( class during the noon hour, the
roads Nos. Four and Ninevnd young negro
She 'delighted. with the work pastor at the Wyoming State City Election Tuesday county I girl about a week ago. He was of last week W P. Smirh. Sr., I pupils in this noon hour cleasbeIng -
Hays.titend the Genrge Cone road. A survey
University there when the failing lined $S and costsBuying broke twenty-four out of twenty- I excused one hour earlier than
health of his small daughter, Mar- Conscientious! citizens who believe Is' already In progress on the : five ithis I
I, -. I while in the second event of'' I balance of the school In order
Insurance School I garet, caused him to accept the It Is their duty to vote whether Broad from L. L. Conner's farm to the day Chattel Darby made a per. I to eat their lunch.

I Jos. F.. Wilson and A. E. Wall, pastorate of the Presbyterian there Is any opposition or Dot Heilbronn Springs CottonCarl :ect score' of twenty-five. 'I

fare representing" the H. C Wall 1 I Church here in September 1923 will go to the polls Tuesday and j .- -- -- : Johns announced this week Although moving the traps caused -I Thornton Keturnn
agency at I the beneficial climate. their choices for various j Lex- Green Speaks that he I la In the market for
1 school of Insurance' )|I because of the register j I. buy- some Inconvenience, member of W. E. Thornton, former dtjg e
salt tng conducted at Camp Roose-' Dr. and Mrs. Lowry are much city officers' Unopposed In the Congressman Lea Green was the .1 rg Sea Island cotton from all who the gun club are generally pleased J night marshal who has. lately b-..,

IIg this week. More than 300 i loved and respected by their church election are: T. Frank Landrum. principal speaker at the dedication have any to Bell In large or small with the new locution It Is high. employed with the State Road Department
"its from all who know Carl Johns, clerk, treasurer of the Levy new quantities. He further stated that
over the state are members and all others mayor; yesterday County er and drier than the official air in Gainesville
fDm":"'"n*. w. D. Wainwright Jr.., them and have friends all over this : tat: collector and tax assessor; courthouse at Bronson. State'. >" whl pay the top price for seed port they say although some sort to Starke and will has bn returned -

Stolrf..e represented Johns A: A. L. Alvarez marshal; W. L. Wall Attorney J. C. Adkins, of Gaines >r \lint whether ginned or ungln of bullumg{ Is badly( needed as a Honed as highway guard. at the
SVyarwrlgnL"' : ContlluJet-oa-Plge I and \\", M. Edwards, councilman. vllle, the dedication address. nr d.
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a e*-e < eaJteWt. a few . At i -4 eat,. ,_ .
M.r.J" f. ".'., cr.W 4.. ".-- <-.--... '. we (,s4ai. ( a.rvespes4u'1 < 4 -ftU aC"'J aDd I--*.; kacnrn LILa ue : ,. ,. f-z 1a5 iii..d M teradb was : ;.
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ij aoKr; C; K: raw1'rj Mr U'Jo'J KJVernrvo 11J* ar. Vaf.'a.U Party -F.,. .t :-t---ar "C. IL. .iI..tr y.re.erty ta doi-ttted. .
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..It .r.r.w"J .. Jin T W* Ma.fey gave a fa to mX the flat put* H.i.s.a'i p1 H.c. liM *ei? .: Br 4 ->r4. otat* ofFlwtda. '.
M '_ vr. JfSr." TimtMS ffvrxt* aid'B'ly u.- bJP1' ,*:t1U .a Dwtwa4a.at. sad the r.I.. pta- "': ..- tt.- .

J r. ...v.-I .' Y"bltl.IrVJft Wp'rZ C' .rnT4d SeptmJii.f well ff.y T .e*d 7 aft-etw AI I.IWICIA wrxxl of Uu county I b..a_WC&.apmao .. firr .a. Lei-.E.. *, 44" a. Plate 1M D. N-_...*.- ..
: .. Wn ,;, ..b.aa. Jr a.BJ- .4 :/. I. O H"*HiRtArfc -br. .a ff> : to yi lo Dr. A. .. .".r., .. ,. ,t Pl..r *.Qvarter <>( n>utha..t <{K-r- .. ".f-. '-I,
e"., teuf K-tjwB I : 4f .
', i u : Mr 3.r. La J'.Jt u.4I if ec .V. tp.iiibi'4' a f*w "I.U 'r.a _11'. tJ, *. Aft* ptaygseweriJ to fv ti* bA.uJcaJ .-.ot.4'. .t.. r.;h.t"r 4*._.-.r.r.'. :w. ..t *'E.. >"Ut I B.aaew SI E.T..lut_ ''a'-' j I ri.ied 4th ..'. :.' .. ,

'H.ly.a, a... Oak ".ri rq'tkrt' rl / .tsr Ur tirmakL1 plT_ Mr 3.5.aey a.erwliALrtt ;,q--t.. jtf w kUs- *< pwris..a- -toe ras.'eeam.ent AXT** mor of. o.!.. t2:7 4turrIeLat

jh c ".-U ,.4 bu pareonu Mr &.04 Jot,. ..hug" 'A '.*.* V HMr T'fiU"otyUI lAb 4-4C 2th fowir.1u.ta Tt rcr< was written in LCID a.:IT, 1 l ,"O fKfcERKD M>4 4vfc. -kat>*kAl" f..i4ll" .rr sred.r the K4 e..rtiiae-a1e. prep-. I IEA. .

i IrtM y ';M : t urnu.J to be ,0. the bet.4w. x tif tcieJcA tbe Florj
Mr. In 146.TO' rt .< '. :!)' th. 4th ., .- so.d ..,.0.'. shall h. rod Bw.tC "
i4j Mm G B. CoUom Cy- exwjrt Mxtt.- ( .
B J'ia.a f .po
Ui n4 JoIn P. JlUplt'DIe tan'. toe .
) : ; If B. WWna54 .ct f.5 'a.b.'i! suit. .,ta.r. tue a "- .se-Dot-disC prop- '.2 .1.' : f.
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HarrHI Mrs C W H ro.. -- .- ---- f will Urtn sold
; falm'irA Mr lunl WWUTxtrt p.u -- ",fi,..." ..II b* ..ir4 a..DI .
t.r. UiM ,rjr. W1C 1bipjSgI tb. t bidder at tM eoartoaso
Mr C M. Ii.llltL V V H"- J HI n ( ""'ONrpper L rw fc<. fmilur .._ Tt --
of WvAlawn 1.
c;,rfw4 avJ family aU '
t I .Vk UU a *t k trrirr duuer oa 44.. f irat )landay la I nsJ: 17 op I' I ,
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j i-a. Mr*. F. J. Lewu. Mr JzAie .tll.. a ta lb.Brsdfor4 the tssot4i (kiea.er. 197. which is LT.Pr.kL "I,
c _>*> were ri al grU A Mact.gaz :" re r.Uy fist "..._, !. < I.
kit tbU .ikYirgr4 1. 4ib day ot (.nc-t..bf. U7. I stark. "I
Mr Ja-a. T Jy the I tr '
it .w, aiod Mr* K -4 Cr..f''f"1u. r>w.U*. Mr. EuK"Jt r ,. r per.1 a prise eoetest far Jxiwtve **- 'oary Tis-erapk.. a sew.-pat.- t-.e thiS :. da; ''f I lily TS'call :

.: fr.JJy f'' wte.rre .t.e will raMtI O W brry Mrs C,ac. Barry *. a,luog them to *ut>tcJt (A4fajrfuonMi p"r .,ha, Xsei.Y-ieradford* .jr.I..1. unt> Fiarda. I fit Au..t' "** : ',IfrfW-I cr4 rdatt*. asrc.ai ," 51.Li ball tn tbe ..... :!
1: Urn K !* Crawlvrd alf WAtJI. I Mr. yv/D M'Xt. Mr*. E. /. Kazn.Mr recipes for *U-fa &fc. .*d "ITSC., b0 a" :. 'FF".At. THOMAS aiir4 .' \

i >*.il a/vl rVtt.K-rt w.4rr* 1/uJII.,". VAa- \ _. A / Turtrr trf Ott* rilirill -. C 1* Atktn-xt. Mr*. B F"Haxn. ',; ajxJ DO mortal who t.u plodded _*a.r .Cr.t."kepteeri dberk .1 <.tr' .. ait t' >urt c.f lerat r 14 I ; IIe3.cUag

1 : iv/r t/> JatkJeVOirtfl Ujrt wMr "" / f/rtfctS .t th* B.f/ti t CMrebnzt Mr*. R. E Kazo, Mr*. G. gamely/ tiro ph the whippexlcreraaa A J. THOMWI ofT .-! Ce.urtBr.Aford ,r&f".< .."",, FJr.4.J.il.I4.1 r.a. _tt.".'o : .:

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t .:vJ Afr. W H. Cfo "/_ *&rO'UT rMJrrllcg a.M "ersL. McCauley and MJMr L.ut.diaPtithi4e4.r < ... LANrp.t-Sf sorts: Prll 'T'O' < ". TT.I. -
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.r : : fx.iviiMf coftKraUtlatK/a* rxa the ; :f mo>rn cookery can V, 1 less than KRA.NK FUR Of* l.l:f;ll or and tax 00011.] ?
Alt far '
arrival of a bttl "" titr, PA4.gAfrtz.r1 12 :I ..Vh'WlJ'ER bcp: that the U-i.* of MichlgaJB ...J.'t..lrHO? .. 'tlf. e.ale ..1 ,_ iS31 Oa. MaxaalL
children N' T!<-E I* HEKEBT <;I\'KX. ThatA : Inpe t- e.f 44 .
W and
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TK/p '
I rUyr a A. X. .
,,,.,., $sfrp. erri.qi *4.atce H (;r_. 101. 't l'f Taz4.rtSftta 1A
; 1 : Mr a4 Mr I-ttUJtp 8 !I -- the .e.k.end ta.'e with C"111.a..1 day of Auev.t. A. l>. hj>. filed I tetun KlF a .
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a?v3 family of J..kw"'n't.l" rtrnnt.t ALaapeti well face thefat ( ll f..r t'i t "r\. n I jMbacrlb* my as '- 'r
*se orry VI r'|x>rt that MrWtU raijrfct Jurt aj mana !'D fny office and ta.a Rtad. application .
; ly VLjtI tr moUwcr JArs Jn Mr aod Mr T on ILarkey.Mr KI.IZABRTH OTlODWI.VIfvfriMlani for a tax deed lMit4tfc j! veal of th. said ""
jc that fads and II .
An4rv Li Ln tb boopitkl in .nvrvoge Kaul certificate a'fitwl. title itfr /'
j, 1f f (.10'. ''Atarke .tff* nil* underwent ani arxJ iir*. Boy Tbomaj 7f fancle bare been ouruktirig ta the IV TUG XAMK OK THE KTATE Of the.r.fotlowinc. ...rl_ .wc. t, A. D t rr

lit' $: ii -- Jackynvil. rJgt YI.fltA the <-< 1 of t''IMT of ; .OFFICIAL lOT A -
Sturdy M n
; Wemiah pert Arr. rican klt.c bee of late Our Bf..r4 lt. I
1 i .of""rUitJQ r ape.dy.ffl.ry TO .' 'i"JWI addr.at I T.Fra. .,

h 4 HETHKLFSaJph : here aith bU Bother Mr*. Alice forefather waxed great and strong I '.SII K Ol. 'I..f4..th.H..I". nt Sob.- .iVvarter Attevt
,* frost. Kill "f < "- .Ilk Jft"Clrk "=
..,.. 'lal".). I .".0fI..sr.. : Guy An. f/n solid fodder tr.at would Destle pLaint.prau. ,(,>r. filed in the C'1re54 ofoa1harst 2 Township ooa.r.r,otpertlon fitT .

I I I AU *. r .U.J bocc. TJ uriM y on )fr. and Mr*. L. A. llintz and up to a rcAB S trre.'tboce aod stay i"Kl'-nd i wart" ,_.for awl- lvore f.r Br. .
Mr Jta'r' (au..r) avJ ehlWrlffl1 ,I w/Autt ...1t1r..u. UlnT fcaU/y of Ja.ckwmYU" .* .tte there ietUcg fc'tn! know that be had .;<. lalK i ii. ..flpItt5at sad Kllt atweno.. as..esto.-nt r. or Sea.Tb of t the said prep- : 'OTH f: 'op ci',. :. 111' ,

v ." t.,. ... (in"' aa.t'' AiuJr weekend here with her par r.t*. .ten rriettire "'e. their unworthy iM'b <)ood>rin d.fttsdaiit.. sad that .rtjr ur*.r the ai/J rrtlfical.ud .-- FOR t \ f, irs
Laura aMr. .
11* nAto Mr* th. .aid a-ta Tr ". .. .r'.rr"JJO r )ii *r, f14 1 .. t;. A K.M> *"'J Mr*. G VI' By .f ac*. and p1.-l r i/>f r- unkf t uleeaatd ertittate' be r.- Hf: r.
iFV K E Irey who ha* tn 1I.w.n-J- world Alu' h the kitc2n hall l>eccme > ". aDd lh.r. I ii person de I.Iof7 .. itIV 'i',.
in tht *
i:: .-k 'h""" ',; !.ao City vl. 3app r..turn.e- 1.Yrlda>' froro if.. The Sat. FlrW. the Mrof ._ be prop-pollI. I I Mer, e-f I.:.- .

)J'<-') '. itr Urn Ralph Oalfy' U'm"jKtusrJl. Ala wht'1'e they hay.i.en trig ",rr. time lo Mjn.i with J>. an ex/rranUl laboratory ... ..ol bind rtr. t jI'I the N'O. 14*. tMMtMl .,
caM ",. A D t"i'. .
WA lJr'f1Iot Iiey fc. returned for a bridge club. *o that a a 'J.r' houe* on t .
I;".! w ekV ".,tIne the paat w..ek y 4. )100< I "1_ and na.r o .

b ar* rry to report Mr r"l Jack arvl Harry Sapp were rlitnsf borne J 1'dul of orange-cotorertobr OctoUer U17. I. .las. rtfriati deed I',, \- i b

L r ''U-rnaa MI U.. w).' k lort- W# hr hatur'fciy afternoon.Ur Mr and Mr. ,><>nse Jfarr-fy ofJMkjirsDYiUe A 1..y /lettuce lei I Is actuall> heldto .In ld wn noifere 4tiid (.'. thi. :* dJ ul Auca t. derrltxNl ->r- _,.,
O < b<-r. A I> 1527. olturirtMa. 1317 t
iUf$ hr ifty recovery J.O-J Ut Aulrw pnt Moo/Uy herewith be mutable c..uri bme&t for a.f.rr .- : b ty of Hradfor/ ,
Kud/jlpb Fro ./ wIi -"- ,, ((''.i.'I.L rEALt I '

Hi,** Dortby l tt t. a Atf-at of 'iwJ fl ff>r'l M' zn were vlnitlngr Mr and Mr*. T. W. Markey.Mr bard-workuig' ad'..t human beicg l.,.4 nvniliet h-r _. J THOMAa.lerk I wit lx: t*. 44. 47 In W ,_.
that ihs i 'surE "f
Ii. forthcr of IrcuitHraJfolrt 5
her Mr. f K CMt-man thi and Mm L. Brown It IItartet proh.t.ly. when people i. .'d.r. 1 s. .>...bi! .
nurte-r 1)0 FrViay A. were .Iu Iw put.!.. -< K ..k for < ...J I<>'. Y"r1I".I ; I '
began to find out about thing like four '..IsUtSn tteekji the fJriMt ",:" '- F..t. containc, h \
i"kifi 'f
Mr. aiul Mrs M r F V.ljrifiiv were vUitfcg In Jacksonville Sunday I n. .-..
ford Teleirmph pabltrhxl Inyturke
,.. (ilaJIyII'.* vUttlnj tr vUjtjnjf relative In Mr-rIatin. with .em>>y Pnf'Jl.ot'l'r.11'00 i t. ill \' .: Now vitamins are all touat. Brmdf-.rd) 'c.unlr Florida I Thu a..III-r. : D
cot,' i: OF tspPite' \ rn % ty under the *& : '.
".*U Mr* Arch J'r..vatt oftr it'nt- Huiwlay in a honpital there.A t very well In the.r way and a ThS 'he A JTth J TflOilA4 t1a' tf A"u.t. J&:T FftU T V lil'.EltIe..l. wa ,in tbe ,'..- : i j."fnle .

< .ui -r.tI'm HuturrUyMi .rvnIzig. steady diet l of salt pork and boiled .. Hill ISi ll :
joliM n'IVJJt Sapp spent Sunday large| crowd from here attnd- "I.rk i f i jnui: urt .
** ald.
>-.TU K I Is Ht: : FV ThatA ,
Thol' A I'revatt. Ml* Ruth I aIth t"r con-sin. Arn"tte S8pp. *4 church **rvlc. at New Hop* potat>e4 U probably a trifle heavyfor t.:'it" !" -! II Or-en. bolder' B01. tVr'Iflratr '.deemed a.'. ..''or II. .tterty lI|

Jf.rrtoU were vl.IUn" Mr.. P.Jp, 11 r. and Jfu. HB }uat and Church in AUchua Saturday city folk. No 3'i. l I..ue of decrli.ed "hthe > ', ,
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County M.IH a: or e PPI if \TI< July A. f>. 1520. has filed, ](! highest' '.0101.-' .>,
';")in''y Katur'l*y aftrn'i'nI4 on, t rtlmn: n4 Mrs LuLa and Sunday and a large crowd But once Btience reared /Its ugly lOts 'ra ipr.t.IP.at. l my office and ha* made applicationfor .I h"ue* d"M,r ot 11.-. .'.1[ rtI (

1Iit I Mill l tlNOTI' tax deed to b is.ued thereon |I[ fh m.sn". of f*. .1
a *
Hunt of Mult. were vtnitinjf head In the k.tchen. it opened the rry city
A a* preixmt at rvice. at tbe .
K: M II IvtFlrh H'fS.; ThatV Said certificate embrace the follow. i the 4th dar o! ii-th tt'itn .lcrAaIJsm In th. relatival here Sunday. hm of II P. Cainey here Satur- way for all manner /f .bM and <."i 'r -hl t mi h. holder .f Tax c.ertmtate Inl d.'Ir property >n the County I' r>ald this !- .01' .(

U/m.e/1/ I5laUII l in r,3-"J w&" 3.2I'J7' Mr and Mr*. J A. te-nn'tt and day night. the'olunu.r dietary advisers /lot N". S!!!. I.'ue4 the 7th dar' .f Ir."tort. stare of Florida' to. 1527lIFFIi'IAI.
JiV.vl.
of A.Ee.t. A. l> l I3Z. hi> flle4 : i
: iF p.r .'JlIlJII/I ,,,,NlaU'Al. I f.hil'Jr"n wet vl.:ting in Lake But.4'LPU Mt* f'1.. R4nd"j-fK>n of Tampaand no time in taking advantage of It' ,, my .,ffU. unit h.. .mad appli-.m.' .1:..t-half of x"rthrfc.t Quarterof A J TH. .' -

S aft" for 'a" 4..... I" is-u.ii nouthMeet <..fectlon Clerk ..f ,
and ,. I" Quarter r
with detuiert I
Mr. and Mm T>ne Ifazen of They began H..r"n. $aid n.rtttst-ai. ernbra-.. S Township *>ulh. Itan*. ISKAMI ,.. '. rt .rSOTIfV

NOTICE Sarasota pent part of J31tt week the way their mind work can be. the foll'iirln, dew -i,bed proper)' Inthe : .. containing1 29 Ac'... n"r* '.:7.:4I'

here i gauged by the that they actually t..u..t' >.f Bradford St"I. of or less. I I
a* ueU of their mother, fat
Florida.wlt: The a.*e>imnt of the said properiiy : cir tl>PI Urill.
f; ....i, I. h..Iy If"." ./.", It.. f'4 .. ''Ie "... '11 14 I"j.. ,.r .", rnurh Mr* D \V. Haren takt a Jrea.-maber'. word North wi.i.t Quarter <*t woutheaet I under the saId crtlfirat .lj....0 i I Ias. ]I'' I OK 't \ \ til I i II

: .. .h.r .. ."I h., ....'y "., i'ay ... M" .cr tf." "rr rl .... ....,n T. 12 like "chiffon" onto a sturdy thingike Quarter ar West Dim-fourth of .i in the llam. of l.nk..1 !| le.jm. Hill V.. t'i.ls7tTleE
I ..' ,....,.,.. '" 'k- n""... .,,.,,.' wl .. ... ."r n... ..1.l .r> i$1 w II '.. ..14 .P "." ,. ,.,' ,. ii.. "1P1 4"7 I Vl."',.r. l57 '-'in. ihe ney spent Saturday to Jackw/nvillp pi*. Quarter, h. ,_ : .. .. .. ".,,.. ,I-,. ,, "'". i.- ".. n. ""y .r Hr."r".tf. HIalp' '.1 1"1"1". Hazcn TiAi.Hf 11 con lain. d.. i'itwd. therein will b. old Brown holder' .r f x ....
Mr. and Mr*. Marvin t hey moved on to litic. &'* mure levi,. th.hshest, bidder, at the courtIkouee I ,. '
as-ms-s. t< .
Frm .t. No < .
J I .....1..... b.,.. 'r. H' Io. ... .1.... _.. dellrt : 4j. l I. u .t I, j
f,"f ,."t 1.Pri Ei M IK ". pert the week-end here with his >alad They took to grating carrot The KM-nvment of staid, property dor ..n the f.t, Monday in I July, A T>. I,J". I .1 -ji
., the aM WMW'!''the month '.f (kt which Lathe
under offIce and h .
() ..rtr'.I. .I..r. my "- ,
; -. .r..aMisw I. l'..k ft..> (Bill.r parent. Mr. and Mr*. K. M tUzen and chopping nut*. to launch'ng in Ih. nan,. of f* ('. *. 4th dar <.f Ot.rH.t 137Htlcd for a tax deed ti. .1 pile'tin

r '. 1".4 H t.r ,.ft,.-,,. and her mother Mr*. J. C. Cone banana In <).aDI of rnajonnalne 1:",.,...I 4ertiflcat hall K.. riJ. *- tln.. ., .f Aiicunt I Said certificate .n -to

h .. W i.y <',,.., Mf riric -.i7.t ...ro'n.' to 'law, the proper 7327. log decrlbed pr..|.. :n 0..
Mr. and Mr L. O Hazen and
.1 I T/'Wn ,,r Mf.M ,in to throwing at h'ml apu.n !> e.ci*.. 1.1" will be *ol I.1 I 4.YEII' SAl- M-'Al.i !, of Bradford, xtar. l iida I
7- ., .laughter Minnie Lu. Mr and Mr*. of to the hlffhert t.do, at the court A J. THnMAI I I Kit:
K'r KWV a* I n miin. r. pk ._. .. 1 .lId platefula raw vegetable o.
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,, :. 'A'h.t hou d'H,r on the first Monday In I. .f 4j''t.it, '
j I' 2 '.f Hlb h i M (..rt.r J -outh-half of N ,!It f fI
.. lI .. I..i.,.. A W Webb an
UK'.f HW, ', n S I JJJry IMjjoce, ,_____ I.as clle Lou I,, and Betty Jo Webb. bit:! They erected 1..lr concoction the Ith lay of (, 'I.t,... 137 :'.&I-l0.1 of South-half N ,". (Jo,
c1 t A V .,1 l iy in KWr n'. l Mied thin U'h day of Augtrtt. rem, section *, T".< "'0'
Mr and Mr. B
tIlazen and children. -
of gelatin tomato juice and l93. .' Karir "2 E .
r ', au-mit 4Kt '
iJ': "f ttwv J..isd. OFf .f
1 1'j i -. : .1 i s f/r JohArtl Mi DOT)"'*. Phyllis!!! and Charles, whipped cream fair to look at. ('...I'.IU. "" A'.) .UK .I. "'PPI.U"'IO': j acre.. more or !1.-

i I.> fix M <,r H.'..1,1"/ J TflflJf\. l le.at. Hill Sn. 154.11N4tTIeJ The ass-i.nsmet.t. .f ..4pertv I
44 Ur and Mr*. <1 B. Colnera andMliuw but passing to the palateThey ('l.rk nf (' r. alt &'ourt of under the I .
"", l l.ot. -. '10 of "Klh, strange .. ; .lltln'II\.t: : That 'i'.1: .1''1''
4-I <- I W"h". >..>. I Mildred Morgan and Annie Ilradford < .unly. l"I.rida.9.l.1tln.1 1. A. Brown 1, (=' sued wa In the r" i BicI'.iick. ,

11) ".. to murk. In ME4'! ,' Laura Kllinton put whipped cream Into : ; cate S.j $&. 1".1.the 2nd, .

'.f i4W. J" II II JO. $4.yd ._ ..._ 13. motored to SantaF oupn and breakfast food Into custard $.September. I ?S. has filed' 'lfl"1 L'ni.e. said pert I., .hall! 1
1.,1 It' Hilt, I 14 '...YIII.. Lake Monday. afternon for a turned >,n<.:. ; : t''t; ins i iti my.."I,.. and has made deemed according t. .l T h* I Iertv p''
They pudding from >.o.oP'f:i1: > d 'rlbed ther .j 11 bt
>n. .,,1., <. ii A.1ilin.in flAh tion for a tax d..d.. I ""c .s'
j i" Mt*rta* In "lor fry honest all.ll. of solid. crusts and < ". lull: i thereon >aid ertlfiiate embrace to th. highest bldd >' tilt ,
'4 .f Nl" Mr. and Mm J. M. (4Waycr..as. .NriTK" ; 5 ,nHtr.y; n'\' KV.: That the de .rtt ed house door on the:3'l, ;.
li 4 II (.'". A. AAd.r.4.n .__ .. JI21 irkey firm interior : r"l..wl..1 *< > property In .
l... I 2 >.f Hilt K. (J"(.. Into quavery. watery I..t.r "hi1." T." t>rtlflrat the .. H..dr.r.l. fiat* of the month of rv-t..l '0' .1\ hthe ,
Ca spent f-unday night S. l I.o.u.. the 4th day 4th day of f b.t.l '
ilr ii v it,n. Trut/r i I : '.'Miil'/ii" in. Hl.rti. in_ I icre at gu< touch. sinned
the .
In .fflre
They against and ha. made)
4, 1 W'. '' !1'1'11'; .2' 4 II "Ish.. .. .05 po. mv npi liralon Sertlt.ti' tTfwr 1'31.
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r '."., f, ,., 11'1' 14, lAw. :si.nt. Mr. and Mm T W Markev.Ml tito. bj' and iieiforatlng it f..r ." deed to I.. Induedih .tpW", -oUI.Y.::: ttanwa 10 !I IFa IQFFICHt, SFAT.'
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V I q-4 ,,],.!,n, 'iruliy t 4'ri'. !I and Mm L* M Crosby and !nto Iclng shapes and then .._'e r..I. ."t.,.._..iald._ .A cerlifl.ate.._.._..,.._A_ ..._embrn....u._ snII. .,_. st. I Imonth A. J. Till. .
I .
I. lt A.MI'I. I.!, t<> xtarke I in 'n.' 'In. ...".I..t .r the 551(1 prop. Clerk nf ,
I -r- W '.r SflI. It "U IIr. ji hA'rsn ll.H chil'Jit-n and their nitre Miss Bet- frying it to brittle taltel..nelll; the ." ,ity if. riiadfoi.l Slate s.fFlorida s-rU' u..d..r the easil eertificate Is'ussi l-'ra J f.".I 1 .f I,
t t tj I., 4 .1' FilM 7. "lAvinic-, ty Jo Ctoxby npnt the vn-ek-end lowltXo'the was its t'h. nitmos- cit Inkst.wn.L'nlpus S.1.GI.9-2t
'; ", ,.It 'I""t < .'. Nub- ugulnMt tht egg by forgetting that i-f Quarter of N..rtbw ) iasnlsrttfie.ste hali meis"siird -- .--
b.
I. .1.. ',' ,., $',trM' 1011'1. n Crerboro, with her mother tie designed by Provl- *.l (t'' arler, of Section 17 a.'iortl I"te lap. the prop.rty I .. ,
t ot'a 0 t. I i't II urn'
I '; I' 'I U ,.uaf... ,...." '.r''.n I'Mr.. June Johnston Little Mini d<' "KI to nentle 1'..w nhl| 7 South itupe.. Z2FaM ...'.rl..d therein .Ill I.. ".1 Foil I v\ Ill' III
j Church 1." '' nee ".utering. against : ,,"".,,1,1 40 Act**. more t. I h high..t 1,114cr at the ." 1 toennte \ I 5.. IILII
J/i
c I., i i nil. 7 all Silt ctty rimdlai-d for nn extend- s'icef fried hlm: against i.r hs.The I ii''Us-C 51.si.r "I t Ii. fl,r'"I :.t .iuil.t.t In n
I NOTICK i'.F''F
baC'J. : I- 119:
4:. .4 l 2 .f HIlt 11 ,'! vUli v th her grandparents/ aetmnt ,., the said, properly I he o' O. t..r., I I. .
191. w""h A .
I .l.lMfltate
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I '. .4 Alk .n' 1.1w. by slicing it thin as tis"ue paper undvr 'h. nld c-ertlf'n .te. |I'- the 4th day' ofo...1. : ./ tres-n. h. 'T..j

I 1.- 1 ... 'r."(., *'.'. :, .4. an JIrt: .. PriLch'iJlJ. and broiling it within an Inc*! of its ,".'.1 wan 'in ,tbnanie of Hit vey I 1..0 t thin :;.rd da.t .f ". i.t s-ii.lur. .\\"or..t.\.Vo ti."I'I-'_- I
i I. .n I i It.i"it i to MrarkeI. Mid lAm Andercon r.f. Hillshoriwgh Han foul ., .I
,,, 4 ;.,, M":, ,.f WeU tHI fJ 21 _. rrt.sf..a Iiwt.l.yerjar.( I Hie I 'rilc-io* Kflfd lertffliat' shall be ... irihFH, '11.' i-'KM.I I tny of fl lee and ti... t tI 'h."
'i I c t Count v. an-I Will C'lemon of ,/,1 l accoidlnir I to the A' J. TltttA.'. f..r a In's 'I..d iI '
('h",." proper
425 But hat been I.w. Said ., ,', fu4II :'
enough Id. The I tI" -
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I 4. '.' .4 lUk :U. f.-' I 'flaml >["nt the wc -k-fn li It. 'lnfl.' Truuy A CV* : Michigan editor, has the right Idea : hftfheM' I.i.lis-r at the I couttholme Hradf.od l.'tit.i.., l"i.t,ncl.i .i f 11 | i iI 'I ,IAior '
!. l It tiinn, to Ntark. : MIitite II Mary Sue and Bonnie door r.ti tlie flit ?'t.id.iv Inthe ...."--.i 10-1 I Tlrndford. Stal. .,,
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old-f Hhoned! for Tao. f 1 I- "I'
r "-i:' .., 2" 4 recipes ol.1.fa'.h- month of iKtober.' 1937. which'
.4fI4i4 3 .
., -- A1' 5141 a.4iITol ft.ott have returned home after 111 Ward CIty. T"" .'
t I'll-' itl.\ tbvInSfou, i..neil fo'xls Cornot he ,IK the Ith .1Lt)' of fi. ,,t"r. I' t7Hntecl I: ", ti'l'l It'S I lOS ,
el.. t ., np'-n'lin two week with relative* something 'ni"' I ship' 7 South. P..iThe i iI _
Iy 4..t' $ob..IhtI., tin' 26lh .1' Auvtirt oil I VX Or:IIt; .,.
4 done! I .i I p
to mike
this a nationwide aesenmen!
great. | I
HI..a.In | > 7 ,,. I
JlfIlJ'A Iin Mulberry and Winter Haven. ; I "male Mill \ Kill' ,.
.r 'H: ". U 4 n 'I''illp >y| rlan I I campaign? Merlden ( I ft .r'Fil \ ",.' 1.) S"T" '.; si ittuy it i IVUV. ThatI ertv. under thenit -. "knIb
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-d In th 5 '
I I f/'fJ..W _" __.._ ..____ 5 AG Mm. Guy Hjrrell IIs.ntlUIt/ week Journal Cnn A. J THIiVIAS.Clei : c i.1..-,. holder of Tux Certlfl.ute lnlern gus Bald ','I .
I I... 4 or Kid, 10, r.iv-. In l'd".tL"i with her mother Mmjjim k of Clriult Court ofI'rnclford : fi. ttojed. the 2.d. day of I//deemed according eel, t I' p
I '4t'.t. 'r.t' lit ,:0. ..-- fount v. Fl."rld.i. 1.1.1..r. A. H. 1115. h .filed, earn*
nt. ,I'Iv..i.n, I. $tka j H'irnilion' 9. ': -t-l0-l' and ha. I Itlon I I ertv described th )
lit.l: I S\l. TO l'\\' I in! mv i.:. .* Rod. applii u. to the highest l h'1i'I ': :h
I "r 'iy"% of "i'/, 211 '* II WU.'. ,I",.t. _.__._ Ii 55 I! Mi-*. Q W Happ lisa returned for a tax deed ,. .. tees,,,! I i iitheieon hoiie door tlie t tthe tll"
I S.- I I. or Y.. ..t Hilt H.T.X HITS 'JO >.IMf: fll- ,1.\.1.' ; Slid certificate' eml.tatelthv j on ,. '
lii
I 1.1.l iin-t-n.' Truby hi.rntj after HpendtnK. a week in t"o.t 'r \ : : following-. cribpl In month of rhtot'the .
property ;
.. a i ,, Hiili-l>,lvll. ) to I fill mlnKtiam.' Ala/ with her sinter ( 01 NTIKS, I.I-.K: H.\ 1 S Ornale. HIM %... Ill iip: the County i.r llra.lforl.. Stale' of flit. di.v of (I. In.I .
...,rk. nt *i i-: ,< or VKH: 3* I II111. t .., I.... r "r IIlk f1 ,l Mm George Fiuker.i l.. il 1. 'fu.ell. holiler of 'lax Oilitlftle oforthefmt Quar. H.

,. I'.M..I' l'rs.i.y a. i Mini: Jackie McK..nzof/ Fort TALLAHASSEE comptroller No. :in.l. Issued the 5th rtuy of ICE .*. ICoad Section It Town- s1er.t

..: :., I HlvUlon lo I J. M Lee announced $',J"h..r. A. l. 1412 han filed Mum. shIp South I'.unve SO East: A J TN01H-offlrsdford l',. ... irtFinn,
? -4tt-ha' of 111"r" N 11'1t 2* 4 IS llalel William* ...____ 5 C.5II Pierce In Kpcndlntf a while herewith I todiy that I, mv offke is IIOM niiftil.t aiiplua- containing- Acre, more or Clerk
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,..! I. i. of i'ii$ i I. i.: MMatthew. her mother "only twenty counties are directly I jots, r..r it tat ,t.-I l I.. hit innts-d I. .. .
.. .. Mr. S. M. Baird. thereon. l .. 8.20.51-17
1 l" certlflinle ,
Addition loct.irke I affected :. embraienl The a i'emt>nt of tlie said prol"I -
s in W ofMxlnill Minn InUH Prescott i* upending aIn by his refusal to pay out I II i I the ''''''Int .t-to'rlts.-tl property, In erty under, the said ceitlflciile, I I.. i
irS: ,
'" HUll'
Ml ; 1lh, Nt :. diverted In' > h< ", Hradfnrd. Slut of I sued MUM-' OF PI ,
Zi II M >fa"h.. | .. .__.___ SJ 85Mm 'oNhllt fickiionvllle$ i< gasoline tax revenue HUH In the nuni "of Frank
,
I Ixii I of HIM 1 TemltleaAddition I'lnrl.la. ',-wl: stelnerf P'ORr.s nn-'l
I" Hliirke 'In I Miss Marjory Roblnxon of.Orlineltvllll July under "p..clalegilllaUve/ acti. one .\ ,' I C .I.Ie, of the I U f Unlets. HHid certificate hull be re. I Ornate Hill >., '1481 .

4 ''1. .r SW'III' '..t..4 .r I He added! however that iheie A ir.t' of |.nl. fornierlv' .w vs-I leemecl' 1 ui'iordltiif' ,. law. .the prnprt VOTICK IS Hl.Il-t': : :I sW .IM-v:I'.,
the week-end
( NI''I.W; ..r IIII' "4 4 II (',.1. Curler Klact: ( 795 Kjient/ I Iw I- .I;. tl'.tsltcln* In '> nf MI' >' d .HI.rlbed therein will be Mold to II Ed... holdcm -' "" d.'
All "k 3tt i Is: (...I,* I, 9. hc-ie a* KUf4t ot her counln. MlnMJuiinltn are fllty-alx counties whose funds of: MVV l( 1 bounded by %Visi. I Hull. the highest bidder' ut the court I No. I 124. I..... .

'1 IV/.1,1-' .Vd.lill i I..!. inMlnrke I are alieidy, or may become Involved Ninth I.v Sit ru h S<>iit Se,.I ion, 2'1 I house d jor on I the fi ret Mondiiv In'' July. A. i). Iq 2iS, hnmv in
I In M.I,, c.f VW"'., McGatileyMi 'r..wn.hll'| 'U South, llanice JJ i the month. of fd.tuber, I 1917 which offlc* and lou* Hi,11"' \ '

A W of M..IW ..r |Itt. .zI 2* J It. Hit.h __ .. ___u 43 30 '. and Mm. U. W. Baker and through conflicting acts, 'l'i.: ..l. c..I.I"'II' I a
4 ,..., ,14 of Illlc It 1enleM| MrM I S M. Bulrd practically all of which will be Is-en. I I I"luted HUH :\Irrl' day or September, Sit Id certlfunte I phil, h.' i
( A.1.1' il I..11 I.. Hlnrke ,In I pent the week- 'I I he HuneMHlllent of lit Id propel 1917 I InflT deHcrlbed prifie "."'
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t Nii/, of NWI, VVI, of end In Jacksonville. i cleared up through the decIsions t>- "".I.'r the Hiild' eertlfl.'stte' |I.. (II"'FI".I S tv or Bradford, suit,I. ih'H

I NIIw: | or 'itr it* il 1* Cyril Hlellllllk. _...___? S.45 A crowd i I of the Supreme court In the cases Mied wiH In tbe nil me of Adu. %istck. TIHlMA wlfSoutheast .
I I...l. I, 4, ft. 4. 7. 5. II. 12. I of the young folk from lileKK nil 111. '.."lf..al.shell, I be re.leenieil 5 Clerk' of .I of QinrteQuarter "
4 ,II I 14 of hilt il. /1.1./ | here were visiting at Starke IIch.,11Montlay. I|I affecting the twenty counties now .I n.,... .%.' t.. .' I pending i city .Is-n.! rlteU, theieln will be ..Ill, ft-3.5t.10-l. "I.rll. ship' 7 South r Cunt: ..
; .J.'I::; v. : I I I
I .
;' vs-i. a "' :; ,. tisshlsihs.nt bidder At 'the oiirt contaIning A" '

( NI'vJ I:':) W of liv Jl| 4)) ** !!.>,. ... Hi-olt ____ It 41 .. ... --- Eight of the counties now have | ... door nI the list Monday In 4DTI1'27 OP APPI.M. vrio\ lew. .lid I P
line I Lot "..".led, N ,I.. I Ii4vl j case before the the "".,' I I."".. I II7 .lilt h FOR TAX DEED The .**ement ,ut "'
Supremecourt '
h A 'I, s .." Add rIII'! (ill) MNAKrHITE REMEDY I I p..ndlnl 'the llh rliv .f fl, ,,,.... 191. <"eaat. Bill No. 144) PEt V under Ihe PIt.II'. .r I'nk'I fiit''.

liv N bv I I.mid, .., M.*. I IS .'(('NU IN LAW BOOK', argument next TueiI j I Hilled i bus I'Htlt iliiy .f : NflTI'! "C: 1 IS HEKI'Br: CUM;V. That .".. wa I In the nunUnle "' 1I.1I1ot I l
Kllllilll A W I.y VVnliiulMl day. { 1117IIFKII'I I* C. Clemon and Roy Clemoni. I *. paid cerllfli' I""' 'I..r I Ih
.. 211 'I II Mr. Ii .1. ilrirrln' .... QUINCY'.An old recipe for a I I I' U. SK: Vf.l holdem of 8-7 of 'sit "4'Hrtlflint No. deemed AcrordltiK I t.. .' '
Com, I HUM, fl H of HK Corrun snakebite remedy ha* been dlicovried Lee reiterated his refusal to sign .\. .1.. 1(11 1.\Aj. I HI.. l I.i u r i'"ii 110 "" ""te. "t lit n".1 checks under the special law t lell of t i t ,1'I fntirt. ,., .A fi I Mil 1 has filed nutt. In tny of 1'0 the highest hl"lile
M 'Ml" fl I p.! K2M. ft N h..re on the fly leaf of a ICiti.lfoid:, "t'uuntv r .."11. fice and ban mad upplii-Rtlnn for a : house door on .,the r '' uh>

HIT rt Io "Cull HI lhenr. 'uw book which once belonged to pending investigation of confc. 8l.litintMil tax deed to be (turned 'Him,' Said the month of Oc tol.ei' 'ti.
t von .,i1.1' Hi t .lo "Lew II 0 HCr.ii J .1., oil irn: JI".. .._ I 4T ing acts of the -itlfliule' emhntie the .n.followingdcrlbed I the 4th dav of 0,1, .In.
,, nt' NW I c.r of Hunilei the late Judge/ p. W. White. I I I..glilature. lie': OF. ,PPI.I flo\ property the County: of I [).,.,1 thIs I llth d:,'

.IIII. |Itsu., lli Kiinvlley Apparently written the there ate US special and local acts I KOH r" \ IIMIIl : : until f.rI, state nf Florida : 1831.
4 inn N i.n .".,..1I. by Judge affecting tax : .... Hill '. IIMIMITH I l.ot s Thu.ty-thiee.' t..wl (O"'F//\I. 'IFI.. '
One'
1. I I.line It s7 fl W Ml ,t H lit I the notation says: gas dtlltrbutonl "I': 1 IS IICIil-'RV' : u 1\-: Titist Thirty.flv and "' Thlrl.ro.r.-. In A. .1 TbstVtt, 'U,

I ri I.. It.."." Alley them-. "Take three or four weed county had nix thel. ;, FoHler Xhl Hlnltli, holder Tux ,IVrtlfbate Wondlawn. Section 30 Townhlp Clerk of 'i- f" "I 4
or
12 I P'l: IK I."* ID 2* -. N. I. 2li'. I-t..t.: .. II.45CAIt. seven different legislative makln& :Vo H2S iKxiied the 7th day i South, lungs 13 East. cnntatn. Brndfold, Coll
I".. |.c.l. Com, Ml fl W ofIS heibn culled 'fliher's plant,' or pon- .i I of AtlKum A. I.. l t9.ii: hai filed Maine Inn 40 Acre, more or !lens. S.13-IH\I-1II
I W' Cor of Miinilel' '.Ann Slash to handling the gas tax money in In. my office and. him made Hppiis'ttltii ,- I 'I'" aMement of the fiakl -
aunt them .
ear. and prop-
I 1..t.. A II..ami, Alley. lit up pour that county. for tux deed tf> l,. innis4I erty unil, .r th* null! certlfltal' IMHII.I i'tI5PlI5, \f\lll
1 lint N 117 fl U *7 ft ibniit h: pint boiling water ont .r... .rtll..t. I *d wa In the name of Herman A. \ \ Ill S It
,< I*)1 I ri V*' 'i'. 'I H I! In the the the i I I FOKr
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I I II..Kiln, Alley H7H I Its-to.fl. ; then stir and strain off. Take beginning, comptroller the (,1111.f .nrudford..r".fy" of In I imdicerLnle <,..... Bill S.'. I'll' .

-, 05 .i1; I I.Ill rt' t.,1.. 9) 4 II H. I. Iiiae. ,I..t.te: .. 1101) .'t this d..coc.tlon one to two table- .lld, twenty-two counties were Florida,. toultHoulliwext : II.le .. .* nalil ..rt'I..I" shall, the he re NOTI','.. IS HfoIIt"II: :I: I ICeltlflcut I. I' '' i

I ts .1,f 7 't .f .11'1 ".I. affected by his refusal to make Qntirter, of HoutheaNt city cloxi u"cnrdl"l' will b W. H I;dwnid'd: I"' :il: 'Id'
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S ,.r I..v,, spoonfuls until relieved and apply f 'h.r..l. "r"p'j No.
A II.'i H'' S ine-fnui h of h
the .
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highest' '
s-I" N ..t.I., ., ,.f I Ioyi H'' the weed and root left a-4 a poul"l July pymeft of the gasolIne taxmoney I".rl.r.1.. ., ,.. of HutheaHtQliiiller hniiKe door I the' first at the duty of .Au..... A i I'..1 :..
r till' N IttA ft ,I-: ri pi for other than road and of KtMllon in ToMniKlitp I infloui I, of. M"nl"y hum* 'In .my office HI t ,

.I i ,,. H w r. ri 63'.1 1... 35 II -. .\ J", (j"'I"" .... I II I 811 :-e to the pluto of the bite at the 7 Month S Itanice. 21 I .:""'. ion.iiilnhiK I tlie, .th diiy n..r.. I 137.. wblh I plliatlon for n taxthereon lertl % .1- I. ii 'Its I ------ bridge purposes.However. I II I I &0 .. .. Said ,
II. u..r "(41kIi t'Inn* you tuke the decoction I I tirsor le** iatts-4 this' *:''r day' "* A"a".I. dew, n I '
Ii 2 lily "P.ttIi H"h..1, he added the 't'he aeNeMiiient of the. palil tirsip. 1 9"11.I < the folliiwlnn ,"
..,.Is. .'I"." J,. t ''t' I "Hi In rcmenidy given to me by I people eltv under 1 the Hlllfl i.ei'tlf' I II."'sin. I SKAT.) ,lie I'ouniy of HrucliFlorldn
*. 2 _- .... AI.iIt" .I.. ;Fist, .. %lr. Holly In Calhcun County who t cf Dur.il County voted against diversIon nts'l \ ni. In the Oslo.tf i* t' 'OI..U./\L. .. '..H4)stAS.: l..wltS.utheut ,
t "I... 'CW't,. .4 11':1''. 2" ii n w. ril.llte I (jtnirteQuarter ,.1
N.
JIisot.ts and
_.__.. 5.,1 llondry County I lurk of Circuit
I ,. ::1&1,1 l It wits given I to him II ", Court of of Socti''" ,
i'. I" .r I ills ::1 i ('lIv t by an nleeM enlil certificate be re. .
4'' 1'.10 II". )".!"tIt'Ii.ti. w.,, :' Informed' by CIrcuit Ju.lge. J. B deemed nt rordlnic, I to I..a'.h.1. I proerty |,- ?......,.. J'1'iilford' Cc.unty, 1"1.. 4 Smith,. KnnKi 12 .

S t ... ,lv //I I :iip, "..t.ts'p. \.1. ei' c r
l wil
,, "Iuti.t, .I... i4t..iI.". its, 14" '. I .. I the IllHlieet "hM"r he ... "liIIf K --I The a..n. ,
? .1 1'4":0'" 24 4 13 MIll" '" I_ Is-.Istr.iv.. a 1 Hennett had 11.1 h\t\ guest the! gasoline tax proceeds wasunronatltutlonul hoilHe il...i,. on tb. fI mist II M.ndlv.I. I-OH ois-ppf.il''u'lu.I'4 X O.to: : .r,' llml-f the itMiied '

.4 ,I..t ; 110 5 .r hilt 1:1.I": .. 'titit1iiy, Li'Htc-r McCullough. &. j I hi month of (,..Kiher, I .H. a Ii Is'li 4'enale Hill N,.. Hit: I| wan 'In the..1.1'n''t. I ,,
i. k lit. "%,I.I, 1) 8 II at. '.1.'. II..IItnsi. l In I heI' h of 1..t.I..r. 1117 t'vrit'i.' i: is l'nless said i .
HKHIHY:
? ...i w..ttI' .. 5 U Nil. nml Sli', '. Curlton Howardwvie Of the twenty remaining counties I I Hilled. I I"y, !! day of Auicimt, I,.. *' stb HIVRV, That. 11.1 a."I1f I '
; -" 'rm"nH ""V lemon, '
I .or. I. :1I-7':', ., III':' : i )II ertv descrIbed t'l7
I visiting here Sunday. including Baker Calhoun 1:7 hoUlei of :.I-J'I c.f lux l> I ,'
t.' Itit.I..I. "I.1 "v, tWIIi.M.. a"vtn. ,.: \I.> rtlfliiit No to the hlnlieU Ijl" ,, it
4. 7 .\hI, II *0itt' W ).V lit 4. Rveryone, remember the revival Gulf Jackson, Liberty VII'.- ,1"1\1'ItOVfA*. A.l7.llVktl,71. l titt. the. SI"h' due "ru ut, ,, houe door nn I r

I I I t." N I" 11..1..1,1, ., II J II l.t.J II till | ".,.tlnjl ut New River kulla and have realIzed "I..k or Ulirult Court of flee ant ha h.* fl..1 niin.In mv "". th* month of (h'tIl',
4 ki 7 fI" I ...t s.f I.n I,I II "t 1 1',1. I Baptist Washington C.un.y.I Kl rl,1ii. Ins deed 1"I. uppllcat Ion for a the 411. daY .r I" .. .'
JiIv N H I hv I Its V.1.' .i-: W Churih Sunday continuing throughthe full payment of the obligation !9741bIo1it'E.I.rl certificate, to embrace"."..) 'Iliereon Huld 1 r.d this 70thla's '
I" all; I'.r luSh' vI I he. ?
week Night nervier* only be- by the state when It .1....11".1 propeitv in I the I f"n.wlnl I'IH":
OFFICIAL
""I.1I.t II : (
t! 1I'e II 1'. J ".J..r ,' g BJ.ume. OF. 4PPI.I4IIO\ Hitte .,f .. '
Minlng. at S o'dOt'k. Everyone took over the state road debt under EON '. \ \ llt.KIIl BI" < of Florida to.wlt. A. J. TII'' .'
c JOHNS. TUT (Collator, Sen.. HIM \,.. IH.tMiri : > S."h.fat Iot. Porly-on. I'lerk of "I'' ,j
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i is cordially" InvltnU the 19.19 and 1931 general act. 4 Forly-tlnee In BrndforJ 15)1.>
<. K: 1-1 11'U'UY i: : (1\I I:: Thac: %Woodlnwn' Section :2-1 Township S135t10

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I I 11-< '.tI"rl'\IIF.R: ':: a- _IZL I0.1937 l ___ _ BRADFORD<< COUNTY: TELEGRAPH. STAR (L FIvOIUDA PAGE TIIRERjmniissioner's



without investigations delay In will the future be handled. 'f[ Pauper Pauper, $2.50$2.00;; Miss Winnie/, Beulah Norwood Ed-, ''THESE SCENES WILL ADVERTISE BRADFORD COUNTY FAR AND WIDE

Mrs Bessie Burns Case Worker i jwarJs. Pauper, $3.00; Arthur Bry-

for the Welfare! also submitted I mer, Pauper, $2.50; Saul FlannaI I Below Are Four of Eight Page Folder Just Completed By The Telegraph
Minutes a report in which she stated that gan, Pauper $15.00; Miss Irzona Reproduced Pages an

several more of the County's Pau- j Thomas, Pauper, $2.00( ; :Mrs. Cynthia For Distribution Throughout the County The Pamphlet Will Be Paid
pers would be approved for Old | Lee, Pauper, $2.00Il'Klnl..y; )

B, )f County CommlsI Age Assistance the latter part of I Davis Pauper $3.00; Mrs.O thelI 1 For By County Commissioners And City Council

I'. )r RMdford County, Flor- IhlH month. 'I Johnson, $500; Annie Murray

Splt .inbcr 6. 1937 In reg- Hun H. L. Hough of Brooker discussed $250; Mrs Madison Hall $2.00; C. ,

't8 I ei' i-" 8t0 'C">rk A< M' with the board the positionof S. Griffis Pauper, $3.00; Georgia I II

the .towing members pres- Turpentine Operators who are Walker, Pauper, $2.50; John ,I

L unncr, chairman, J. M. operating upon lands on which Pierce, Pauper, $3.00; George Bas-

J L MHllory Thomas, H. V. Sax- there are delinquent taxes. He kervilliPauper, $2.00; Lizzie i All Roads
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.'I'T o Dynl.Blll stated that in many Instances the I Smith Pauper, $2.50; Rufus Hodge

,, was called to order operators leased and paid for the I Pauper, $3.00; Shep Thomas, Pauper ,

I. chiilrnian and the minutesLunt turpentine privilege on lands upon) : $2.0Mrs.\ ; Lizzie, Bryant, i

2. 3, 20, and 23, were which the taxes were allowed to J, Pauper, $2.00. ,

\mad! and adopted. become delinquent by the owners H.I & W. B. Drew Co 1 1.2 Doz. LEANTY .

reported to the Board that during the term of .the leases, und I legal blanks 52c; City Light AVa-

possibility of convertLe mat the operators are unable to | ter Plant lights and water Ct. TO

\proponed? Farmers Market pay the taxes on these lands In addition I| House $28.12; Dr. M. B. Herlong/ ..

Co-Operatlve Farm- I to the amount of the lease. Insanity Case $4.00; Dr W. B.
federal
i ind that the erection The Board's position was then Parks!' Insanity Cane $4.00; J. B. -_

I.lnikc! 'ng3 would possibly be stated that in similar cases as out- Rowe, Insanity Case U 00: I;:. K TALI AMASS[[ :

'with'bin n cost to the county. lined by Mr. Hough it would he Perryman. Insanity Case $1.00; .. 1yrAkdaSlltt

ark instructed to Investlllle necessary for the operator, who Starke Telephone Co. Telephone FLORIDA I

| tier fully and report holds the leases, to return them to Service for Ct. House and Jail

In obtained to the the Assessor of Tuxes for assessment $1<>.TO; A J. Thoinns, Advancement
{fftn I
as personal property and pay :ito Pauper( $2.50; R. W. Hayes One A $

the taxes to the Tax Collector in Mo Advance $120.00; :<1. 1>. WainWright I
own of Brooker too "s\ NADu
Coinmu'Ojecl due course. It was also made clear Sal Supervisor Reg. $30 00: CtaA 'DA11,?
proponed -
for Brooker that this solution was legal only on ''A.1 J. Thomas Sal. Clerk $75.00, St. 1I

leases under which delinquent taxes *".00 $8300; E. A. Wlnkler, .
s raa.IAa
ved by the \V. 1'. A I
were paid in full prior) to or on Lamps for Ct. Noise $200: Gassett II i
ut that same hud I
the effective dute of the lease. Hardware Co. Supplies for CourtHouse
of and asked that
Ivor to locate: sume Several complaints came hefoie $1.00; :Mitchell's: Drug Store,

lit status thereof, the Board from Relief Clients who Clinic $&.15; Staike Ice Company LANG

Board instructed had been refused work in the W. Ice for Court House $0.50; Bradford -
1
tuler all possible aid P. A. Sewing Room Projects. It Hardware Co., Supplies for 'IAWI l yl .r. 'r
was/ stated that In 'Court House $'> 05; Bradfordi ,
project, upon the ap- some cases as I N,V'1 2E .
projects for the mmy' three members of one i County Telegraph Advertising / '

f.unily were employed nn County 1 $1S.OO; Bishop Office Equip. Co., I .. \
S '. Ink Stands 979. w."
Relief Projects and one additional .A'"
t1 Smith, district repre- member drawing Old Age Assistance Total _._._ ___u __$6&0.53GI'and de/\tO\Gn/ lNti Jn mFOar M'ILN al M v
', the Welfare Board', re-
it /
\ while in other canes widow I II
I Jr<>;yr is In the operations women with no means of supportwere Total _. ---___ $17,2-1001! II I ( r
t Sf'i Welfare Board andi I I 4.1; 1 ,
denied employment It was \\ III.\\"' IViisinii Allouiinrf ( {! I
and de-
the I
aim
it was
i '
I that ,
decided to furnish the informationto M'AMI' a ; .,, ''
) t
.: Board to approve all 1 BRADFORD r .
; the W. P A. Case Workers witha Mrs. Lizzie Prevail $900; Mrs :,,
''I'i .in atlons for Old Age view to corrected. S. J. Sandal $200: Mrs. Cora McKinley r w'I '
having same
I y ,
ar the eat heat possible Application of Rufus hedge forpauper );' $2.00; Mrs Ruth Marr COUNTY ,
n' r. that with the increus- $0.00 Mrs. Millie Griffis
I $4.00
allowance | ; ;
was approved for c
Cane Workers, that $3.00 per month, \\'. N. Brown was Martin Loadholtz $2.00; lira Do- \ I N T K; It K; S'r I Nor: r- :

I IQ9 allowed $5.00 for one additional Khla Prescott $2 00; :Mrs. NettieStarling LOCATION : 43 mile from Jacksonville: ; 2G r Ga',I I t ,
$6.00 Mrs. Alice Thomas
month only, Saul Flannagan was ; i miles from Gainesville; miles from I'alatka; 43: + ts"F. y t
$400 Mrs" Vida Dyal $7.00 Mrs. ND
; ; }
allowed $15.00 for one month, Mrs
miles from St. Augustine ; 40 miles from Lake
Nona Brown 54 no Mis.Cl.ita .
Dynl ;
I I Lizzie Bryant was allowed $200 .
I Cit ; 187 miles: from Tampa
I
Crawford $200: :'1114. Kate
month
'
[I 11'1'1' ShfopVlg'g was allowed OPPORTUNITIES
$200 per month, Arthur Xew- Starling! $200; Mrs. Ethel Johnson 'I HIGHWAYS : On the Jacksonville-Tampa: short '
I
!I mans WitS allowed $15 00 from the *ti 00; Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Wynn route (Road 1:1): ) ; Lake City-Daytona Beach !short 't A ,p pI

I Clinic Fund Mrs. Sheby Thomas ; $2.00; Mrs Anna Baxter $7.00; I route (thud "t<) : Stnrke-St.: Augustine' route to ''rz' TO THE HOME 2h '''r ;

feEZEE: and! Mrs Ellen Padgett were Mrs. Kate Padgell $1.00; Mrs. Jessie i East Coast ( Road 'ItTItANSI'OIITATIUN-). ;'

stricken from the Anderson, $6.00; Mis. H. F.
roll. I
pauper : :Main line Sealioard, AirLine SEEKER 4 s& '
Mrs. Clc-nnic Ilickok. i Redding $200; Mrs. R. II. Futch :
lC; CUBES County from Jacksonville\ to both East and Vest
$1.00II'OJ. Minnie
.. Nurse, T. B. Johns, Jail Inspector ; Cowatl $2.00; ( a
and E. I... Ferryman, County Mrs. Delaney Dickinson ii.OO; I Coasts: of- F1Grida. Branch line of Seaboard running "'t ;' .

Judge/ submitted, their monthly | Mrs. Dora Taylor $1 00; Mrs. OnlaI I vest from Starke for 55: miles. ) ,

statements which were approvedand I Taylor $1.00; Mrs. Maggie Adkins CLIMATE: : Averages, : Spring, 69 ; Rummer" 80 ; k

tt ordered filed. .: $7.00; Mrs. Estella Hin.son $4.00; I Fall 74 ; Winter GO ; yearly average 71. Annual

An assignment of Race Track Mrs Rachel Moody $2.00'iley; rainfall 43.03: inches.ORGANIZATIONS C
Funds to the Florida Bank at''' Groves!' $6.00; W. H. Woodle $.1 00; I
Woman's Club.American
I = : : .
Starke, by the Board of Public Instruction J. F. Durrance $6.00; Miss M.ide'line 'L'-1? '
W. W.
I' Legion F. E. S., O. :
of Bradford County was Frigo $6.00; Mrs. Muriel Thomas -
and Circle Visitors always! welcome.
received and filed. $2 00; Mrs. A- L. Crews $2.00;

DtUClOUSDiSBSRTS A proposition offered by John j' 1'011'8. N. D. farrell $200; Mrs., T. ---For; Further informationWrte GOOD SOIL NEARBY MARKET WELL LOCATED i

Nuveen & Co., for Refunding of the I S. Stewart $2.00; Mrs. Carrie Starling CHAMBER; OF COMMERCE STARKE. FLORIDA E E'd
$200; Mrs. Doshia Starling
County s outstanding bonds was I wr r,
rejected by the wd. |'' $2.00; Mrs. Alice Thomas $ ..00.i .

I i n __.
There being no further busim'ssI

the board adjourned ufter orderingthe :' Totals _____n_______ $150.00Grand

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following bills piild:

L. L. Conner, Sal. Co. Comn'r.1[ Total ________$1,087.00 I

$30.00; H. V. Saxon Sal. Co. E.: K. Perryman, Judge, $17.82; II I

Comm'r. $30.00; Mallory Thomas, J. B. Rowe. Gd. at jail $30; L'd'y

Sal. Co Comm'r. $3000; J. M. Ro- Sal.$2.50$2500$32.50;Fees T Frank$15.00$40.00 Landrum. YOU WILL FIND GOOD HOMESFRIENDLY NEIGHBORS- .FINF: CHURCHKS- -UP-TO-DATE SCHOOLS RKCRKATIOXStarke S St

sier, Sal. Co. Comm'r. $30.00; T. D.
Dr. \\'. B. Parks Sal. Co. Physician t
Dyal, Sal. Co Comm'r. $30.00; A.
$834; Marcus C. Fagg, Board, Alvin -
O. Andreu, 1 day with Co. Comm r.
Robinson $15.00 J. L. Peek Ct.Reporter .
; '
$1.00; Arthur Newmans, Clinic, MX f

$15.00; Ernest Byrd, Salary Janitor Znlutake Case $20.75; A. ( : 1 l 1
$40.00; Martha Wllkerson O. Andrea Tel. $3.45; Fines and THE ; L1;
Com. $1.33; ; Trans $7963; Wit &
Pauper, $3.00; Alex Cross, Pauper,
Cap. @u0.87: Handle l'1"I"o'" rs COUNTYSEAT
;
$2.00; )Kate; :Mitchell Pauper, $3 00; '' sJ s-
$325; Bailiff $1200 $]60.55; ', ,
J. F. Durance Pauper $2.00111; dr
A. O. Andreu, Feeding Prisoners, aw t p.a I
Hughes, Pauper, $1.50; Aaron Mc- ,
$91.25; H. B. Laenby, Witness A PKETTY LITTLE TOWN: OP 1- dy/i yt A w +
Guire, Pauper, $3.00; Emma Mur- Perkins Case $300. 1;('" NEJOHFOHLY PBOI'LE, OF : C* '1' a' ;'' '' ; 'fir" 1
$200 Miss\ Ida Ha-
pity, Pauper ; l."gf'olASY: MORK ADVANTAUEHTO ; '
----- .
EgrvgElect rolux Pauper $5.00; Mrs J. C. Box, t.
gun Total ________________$392.21 TUB HOMEfEEKEU: THAN : '
Pauper $3.00V; N. Brown, Pauper THK AVEHAUJ3 TOWN OF ITS It ntrb: Y gl

S on Kerosene (Coal oil] $500; Andrew Albert, Pauper SIZE. CONNECTED:: WITH ALL s ea'J', y751 f
Grand Total _$5,70837 : ,
ritl.VCII'AL CITIES:/ OK FLOIlllJADV i +
$1.50; Mrs. Mary C. Thomas Pauper -
era tsw cents a day $2.00; A',. F. Griffis Pauper, ,| A LITERAL) NKTWOnK. OP1HARIiSl'ISPACED rw,> bt't i q "#g
ROATlrt. :STARK .t'
l'n.tett f
| 1 S. 'm cork and money per, $3.50; ; Mrs. Belle Parmenter, Mrs.. \\'. A. Tyler, Cor. t FEET A noI''
11..*-... no daily atlcntiunt Pauper, $3.00; R. D. Stokes, Pauper RECEIVE FCLL BENEFIT OF M, o )'
$3.00; Mrs. Vinda Forsyth, '' Mr. and! Mrs L. P. Jnrvis and THE: COOI.l.VO HREEZHS FROM: ,
>iii t r..r i-l<< !
/ tlrrityuiHTy Pauper. $2.00; Mrs. Geneva PHn- baby and little daughter: June of THE ATLANTIC OCEAN AXIJ: 'I'lliGt'LO -:
-* ; to wear OK MEXICO, MAKINU;: : TH10ANNUAL I t+%+ avr
gle, Pauper. $2.50; ; Mrs. Jessie Anderson Okeechobee are visiting relatives tMU
'.'rrn.. Mrrigeretne Pauper $2.50; :Mrs W. :M. : : MEAN TEMPEItATUHKSTAVD +y dJ I t; ImN a i "
here.Albert AT I DEGREES.: SHADED i .. I P+ { '1c4 '
.il I'.rt"nt roil Brown of the Olustee '
Hodge. Pauper, $5.00; Mr.[ A, C. >
Gas Kcfrigera* PAVED < 'ISEKTM, nKAUTIFL'LHOMES 4T 'rt'liy G4tt
servii.e! film ray Baxley, Pauper, $3.00; Riley Johns, CCC Camp spent the week-end, A.p A HOCIAHLE, lllfilC n-1 + rIr4'y'p} v w *
I' tn }*''.8. YouILSTRUNK'S Pauper, $300; Mrs. Lolier Todd with his parents, Mr.[ and Mrs. O. TYPE OF CITIZEN \LL MAKE

,"lu'C Pauper, $2.50; Mrs. Daisey Hauler- L. Brown. I LI VINO:: : (:N: STAHKK DELIGHT- L

lu-e n.. @: : son, Paupe$2.50; Mary Rowe. Misses Bessie and Lola Tyler of FI'L EXPEUIENCB: ; : YEAR 'ItOlLVD. _

this section spent Wednesday, wltn IIKLOW; :
--"
Miss Dorothy Swanbom of Sa.lon. :I I .1 \\' WOCI.DN'T; ";XfC1'HISIJ: ) OF

At Your: Service Willard Rigdon of Fernundina' IKH I.IKITHIS: ? AND THEY AIM-!

spent, the week-end with his mother. .-JIF.V WITHIN: THE: HBAI'H" OKi

IWllfm! ( rTv IE.t1.E11.e.aynat : Mrs. I. J. Manning.Mi i I viriv nl'HlIOT: :: ', to'! It11.1DFrran

"- fUn I-'K\. ii nd Mrs. W R. Conner and 'd QTY TWI-NTV-F"; i illTII A .KM. ) EAST
"" ''' C1I'1 VPAHK' WITHIN: A
children this section attended
,, (1114 I OK. TWENTY: KIII ''K: Mil.I OF j
. --, M-...... eba-1 church at Pine Level Sunday. : TIIK; Ill-'MT" If ..K. A.A'J-'
.
-.' .
"' W. ".IaI..foa.1IoIua .-..-.RdAye.eor.no shoal aeat. Miss Willie Mae )Kersey; attended ? f' ::1 :W II F'LHIINI: 1"4'1 n l FfND! 1 IN: t tt
church at Saxton Saturday : Ff.OrtnJ'II'I 'rny y >i n LI.T-K +
ta.
-- I night. .
\\ITII .AMEHICANS
I I ( AM AILSBennett's

I
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-!!Ilal-_ r Serv. StaAMI t
.
i t
-- - LfN'CII ROOM : .t effl t '' b
f
1
Help, them Cirnn: the Blood
oIUamfull."c.I. ,. \lantAYftttr
ltr: 'I UK 11)TUT: OF 1OIIC "Ul0H11'1' : '
kidnyt am ronirantty' Hltorintf
from tb.blond: Buitidn ( x I
martwr (
K OOL MOTOR ; ) '' .y 1 tnmfttmM I isr In I h.,ir word-do. lSldL : y ,
not art a Nature IntunHrdlull ut n % _
I mow Impurttiv, that "if r.r.tam.d may
II\F .. Ci.\SOI.ISE AND OILS poiMn th* ..V"." and upMt tb. wbul. r
: f.\ flOSS IN nU\t'OIUt ('OI'STun; AT 101 K body macMnwry.Symptom !. y
OF may b* nq Inn barltachv. vie k
-EIUICK WITH A COMPLETE LINK |M'>mai' '.Dt h,"ftd _h..at tarki of diU'"_
CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS ,."''n. up nigbta. ...11''"., puTriMVuitdiT I
tl th. .yt --a fveltnc nf n........
"If...\K\T, : : TIMR VOCn MOTOIl IirX. HOT. OKT: THAT I aunt and.'.n.JUMP of kirfnry of pep or and bUddvr vtraaftluCuhvr diaptt AND= AIIO\'f; IS Uf\UTIFUI. KINGSLEY 1.\1\1'; *

(H.-MOTOR GASOLINE FROM ONE I OF TIICSK .. ., m.y *>. bursar, acaaty *.r too
"' 'f.\'fIUSI' JOHN ROGER: ( 1(' Thvraahould b*no doubt that prompt .XV 'r''rOabai.. :. "HE PPARKI.INO nLUE WATHFIrt OF II /
IHy's Dad Penders 13-28 treatment. la wla. r thai n.i>*.... l'.. -ATIONIMTH FROM .1.1.
D.oam'U.. DoG..'. haw been wioBirgrw "RV*TI.. 'IE\n. LAKE ATTHACT
I
West End Brooker) frtMda lor norm than 'forty ,....... PART.OF, FLORIDA. HOME JO" MODEMT BI'T ('0)'"' )RTA BLB
Sta. Harrison's ( They ..... a nation-wtd rvputatioo. COTTAOE*O IWJT ITS fHGRK AND; VIMITOH.-4 AHEALWAYH( AWEL ,
I An aa.d by rat.fal paopia ihcountry '
r* oni |
D. E. ROBERTS Agent ov r. Atk tsar *ngkMDOANS #\ ,VEil THE TOTAL ABSENCE; (IF THOUHLESOME:, )1t)>!(,jl'ITOEiI. k
FIMHIM: HWIMMINO: AND BOATLNU FILL THE HUMMEIl: REfilI ,
BRADFORD AND irNION C'OI'NTIES ENT IJAY HIS NIU1ITO ART: QCIKT AND RESTFUL' AND I h t5"4 r '

ViOKTHINOTON SPRINGS! J PILLS OFTEN SO COOL A3 TO REQUIRE THE USK!!' OF FILANKETS.'r -"--*






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i rAGE FOUR BRADFORD- COtNTY.- ; TELEGR.\PH- STARKE.IF .' -- __ -- -. "JCIDAi'- .. MIWTI.e..I!: to' ,' ItlJJu ,

1 ;: 1 t : -T :Mrs.: dives Luncheon Mrs? Shaw' of -----
Hazel Adkina Becomes The Bride of,sFred Guy Guy .IBCk"I'r.' ',11F} '
:Miss' 'a'
11 I : I visiting Mrs E. F Hal .
I
l ; In Brilliant Wedding Ceremony HereA : "FAVORITE, Mis. J. T. Guy gave a delightful Miss Minnie S\un. :SUnday,
at her home in Hampton fen M'and
luncheon, .
,3 t ] wedding of ala h-wlde interest, sleeve, caught at the shoulder Thursday of last week, for the men drc-n Mrs. Johnnie Adk,,'r u chi I|.
of Jacksonville .
: ; DC Ie tj1lrs. marked by dignity and beauty, was with matching: flowers. Mrs. Wil- 'I RECIPESi taking part in the Guy-Adkina Ing Mr. and Mrs .; Mill.
\
s .
that of Miss Hazel Adkins, older cox and Miss Guy wore Nile green I -. .. wedding. Labor Day. s7nddl
daughter of Judge and Mrs. A. Z. net gowns; Miss Pearce and Miss :
iml :
the four
sons ..
Those present were ....
vof maize col- i $ Crap ,
Frederick
Adkins. and James Guy, Harley's gowns were
of the Rev. and 1'011'1I. Guy, John A. Apple Valley, Ga... ,
f'' W. M.: S. Held Meeting\ second son of the Rev. and Mrs or. All bildesmalds' gowns were ,in i
valley, and it
D. P. Carpenter 'I Several" requests for Mis J. M.iBrownlee's Guy of Warrenton." Va., Fred Guyof lips ir/nn, .
AfternoonMrs. J. T. Guy, which"was solemnized fashioned alike, and their flowers \ "" 11'
Installed As President Tuesday o'clock old-fashioned of asters I! recipe for spice grapes Jacksonville, Emory Guy of gla's principal pent sew, 11
Thursday evening at eight were bouquets
{ Of Woman's Club Charley E. Johns and Mrs III the First Methodist Church. The in rainbow shades. ; have been made to this office and MonUcello.'iT: Heniy Guy of GainesVille -
1 co-hontesses to kind enough to send it to Irwin McElroy of Atlanta,
Smith were 'she was ;
Hogan Rev. W. A, Fischer, the bride's pastor Acting as ushers were Irwin Mc-
I A called meeting of the Wo- members of the Woman's Mission i'us this week. We know you'reglad Ga., W. E. Wilcox of l. Lauderdale -
; assisted by the Rev. J. T. Guy Elroy cousin of the bridegroom
man's Club was held Wednesday Methodist' it because this Is grape A. Z. Adkins. Jr., ofStarke,
f la ary Society of the performed the Impressive ring of Atlanta Ga i Owen W. Griffin, to see ,, '
S i I afternoon In the club auditorium Church Tuesday afternoon- at the ceremony St. Augustine; Emory Guy, Monti- time. and Owen W. Griffin, St. Augus- Ph.6.
and installing
I of -
electing
? for the purpose home of the former. Coral vine, W. tine.
the officers of the club tastefully The decorations in the church cello; Henry Guy, Gainesville; I 7 Ibs. of thick hull grapes '
were -- -- ----
ferns and marigolds
f L. featured white regale lilies In tall E Wilcox, Ft. Lauderdale; and A. 1-2 lbs. of
t t for the year 1937-88, with Mrs arranged In vases and bowls In 4 sugar THEKESSA
ii i A, Canova, vice president In the where the guests baskets standing against a background Z..Adklns, Jr. Starke. 1 1 pint of vinegar
d the room
living
4t; j chair. AOf tropical palms. Cathedral Mr. Guy baa as his best man his 1 level tablespoonful cloves :Miss Ruth Zelgler ('orr<"8lmndent //i
were seated candles In talltaodarla..andmyriads I, .' brother. 'John A. Guy, of Warren- 1 level tablespoonful cinnamon ''" OfGRADUATE

The following officers were elected Mrs. W. E Middleton presidedover of tapers in silver can- I i ton, Va. Pulp grapes and cook until ten- Mrs; J. E. Owsley and'son, Blan-
and installed in a very impressive and 1
: I43 session,
a short business dalabra gave u scintillating charm Kadlunt Bride der: run through colander. Cook ton of Perilne are visiting her sister -

s P. Carpenter ceremony; Recording: president secretary, Mrs. D., was followed by devotional Mrs. F. H.service.Long to the fairy-like scene. Reserved I I The bride, who wan given In marriage hulls until tender; add pulp, sugar, Miss Ida Hagan. PHARMAQSTyo.ur

} conducting the were marked with white ribbon by her father was radiantly and and cook until
', olio N. D. Wainwright Jr.; Corresponding Paul's letters to pews : vinegar, spices Roscoe May of Miami Is visiting
; secretary, Mis. T T The subject was II and small bouquets of fern and beautiful In a Mainbocher model of i it congeals. Seal: in jars. his parents Mr. and Mrs. H. D
the early Christians. I __ ._ (
d white flowers. The bride and white Alencon lace fashioned on ----.- -- -
Id Lung Mrs. Cnnova. vice president; : 1 May.
The program subject was "Chris- knelt before the altar on a princess lines. The long sleeves B. Price
groom Rev And Mrs C. 1
treasurer I
and Mrs C. A. Knight, Leon May has returned to his ,
g tian Missions and the Social Leaven used and )
white satin pillow' that was were puffed at the shoulders
installed In a former meeting Honored At Farewell Party after his
s ; were home at Cocou visiting K.l (
,,1 "
which was reviewed by Mrs her aunt at the wrist.
twenty-four years ago by tapered to a point
Mrs. Carpenter .
r ;{ Upon taking the chair sister Mrs Rosa Constantine.
' address A. W Anderson Miss Olive Ray Mrs J. C. Adkins of Gainesville. The skirt ended in a long and The Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Price
i.'i I o. gave her a appreciation brief for, the expressing and Mrs. Middleton., \\ '( :.MusicPrcceeding graceful round train. She wore a were honored guests Monday night Mr. and Mis. J. P. Summers of prescription

assisted Mrs. veil of white br idol illusion, I when the ladies of the Waldo, were visiting relatives here
I honor of bring/selected leader of The hostesses, by the entrance of the long j at 8 o'clock

J k j the club and her anticipation of n W P. Smith, served n tempting wedding party, a vested choir pre- ( which fell to the full length of the Baptist Missionary Society entertained Sunday and Monday.Mrs. 1.For 1.

i' successful club year. She then chicken salad course with iced nrntecl a beautiful program of nup- graceful train of her gown. The with a farewell party, givenin Dan Loper and son. Franklin

{ i announced the members of her tea.The tial music. Mrs. K. G. Duncan cap, a Venetian tiara was sur- the home of Mrs. G. W. Alderman are at their home In Dooling, your protect!! !

p board as follows: Society will hold! a business gave as piano numbers "Berceuse" rounded with a small rope of seed on Walnut St. Ga., after several weeks visit with we may give you piomi, .' thai

-C dd y American Citizenship --. Mrs. L. and devotional meeting ar the (Benj. Godard), "To a Water-Lily" pearls and there were clusters of Roses, gladioli, and dahlias, at- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. all times, your presc ii 'U, ,,'IC.I>>c aieMill

1 I A. Canova. church, September 20. (MacDowell) Nocturne Op. 9 No. orange blossoms at the sides of the i tractiveiy-arranged In baskets and l Kelsey here always compounded t>\

i ---- .- ..----- 2 (Chopin). Mrs. J. L. Briggs and cap. A flowing waist length Cos- I J vases, were used in decorating the Mrs. Cora Sullivan, K. J, Sullivan pharmacist! "lflstpnod:

r American Home Mm. L. A. Former Starke Soldier's Name Mrs. W. L. Edwards of Jackson- I I sack cape of Illusion finished at lower floor of the home where the Mrs. Lucille Moody and
He is trained to ,, ,
Davis co' .
r< On Bronze PlaqueIn ville, aunts of the bride, and Mrs. the edge In deep scollops, fell guests assembled.The daughter, Myra all of Waldo, and J' III
Beautification .Mrs Edward 1 i her shoulders. Her your physician. He use nh fresh.
-
gracefully over
(tl Ethel M. Biggs sang as a trio greeted Mrs. Kenneth Spuikman of Gainesville

l "r" 1 Burns Orlando, on the east side of "Bridal Chorus from the Rose I flowers were a shower bouquet of, arrival guests by Mrs.were Alderman Mrs.upon L. were visiting relatives here checks high-quality drugs. HI, ..loublp.

Education-..Mrs. H. B. McLen- the Memorial High School building, Maiden" (Cowen). Mrs. Edwards I bride's roses and valley lilies. G. Powell and Mrs. B. M. Fussell. last week. every. prescription T. assure
f Eola Park and the rising ], mother of the accuracy.He
t don. facing sang as a solo "At Dawning"ICadman Mrs. Adkins, the Mr. and Mrs M. Z. Sullivan of
1 i 4 ::1 Health.-Mrs. Jeanette Klncald. sun Is a large block of South Caroling I ) ; and Mrs. Briggs sang bride, was charming in a gown of i Mrs. C. A. Knight presided at Miami were week-end guests of welcomes visits frorr( your

I, Legislation-Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. granite on which has been "Because"" (D'Hardelot). The last I Vintage crepe, of a delicately wov- the punch bowl which was placedIon Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan. physician to see and ", know just
Music-Mrs. J. H. Benson. placed a bronze plaque by the en pattern. The design of the I a lace covered table and surrounded how he works to (aspen Ms pre
number was selected for the reason -' rosebudsand Mr. and Mrs. ,A. F. Haidce and scription department
International Relations--Mrs. L. Chapter of the Daughters of the blouse followed a square silhouette, I by dainty pink '
that Mrs. it twen-
/ F. Chapman. American Revolution, which bears Briggs sang the wide short sleeves were band fern. You can always d prm. upon
1 ,, )r; the ty-six years ago at the marriageof ed and fastened Barefoot, Loral your Rexall) Drug Stole for reliable
L .{ A Little Women-Mis. J. M. Darby following Inscription: the bride's mother and father. with beading, at Misses Juantta Send t.'tI Your Kodak Films .
I the neck with matching clip. The Bennett Lunelle Stokes and Mrs. pieacriptiona Bring "'n. net\
of for
"Lest we forget. In memory The bridal party entered the De\elopment. One day service -
y "i Finance-Mrs. J. E Wilson. the Orange County boys who gave church to the strains of Loht'ngrln's Jilted skirt was slit in the front T. K. McClane, Jr., served refresh and first claw work, guaran one.able You will also hk< n "ias' n.

j ,r, s ,e House- Mrs. H. H Young. their lives In the World War. and after I and formed a slight train. Her ments to the fifty guests presentto teed. We make enlargement up prices.

t sir, 1\embershlp--Mra.! K. G. Dun. Erected by the Orlando Chapter, the ceremony wedding march the triumphant 1: corsage was of flesh-pink asters enjoy the evening with the Rev. to 14x17, Inches. (JI\e us a trial. Your Rexall Drug s'
and miniature white chrysanthemums and Mrs. Price. Drug Store, Stack Fla ,
Can D. A. R. and patriotic citizens" of strains of Mendelsshon's wedding CAKKAUINE'S LAWTEY
and :Mrs. L. Look for the Rexall <" ton Sip)
t+ Pre s- -Mrs E. L. Matthews Orange County march rang out on the air. I I I Mrs. H. L Brownlee

t'' Program-Mrs. H C. Ritch. With twenty-two other names Wedding Party Mrs. J. T. Guy mother of the A. Canova assisted in entertainingthe

School-Mrs. E. K. Ferryman there appears the name of Richard bridegroom was stately in u flesh- I guests. AS NEAR TO YOU
The bride had as her maid of I I FLOWERS
Mrs Canova Invited the members Ray White, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. pink lace dress, over a satin foundation -, TELEPHONE'S
honor her sister Miss Lois Adkins AS YOUR
Into the sun-parlor immediate W. White. Mr. White enlisted( from I I made on modish fitted '' Lang-Thornton
y ly after the meeting to an informal Orlando where he was a practicing who was lovely in a dusty pink silk 1 lines; and her corsage was of light FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J ,gyp\-
.
( reception for the new president attorney. net gown designed with corseted'' pink asters and tiny white chry- Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thornton an- I 1\
"The bodice, and tiers of the net form- santhemums tied with gold ribbon. +II nounce. the marriage of their ALL ORDERS FILLED I
tumult and the
shouting dies,
r The room was simply but effectively -
ed a full skirt. The V-neck-
very l.. Annie Mae to Elwood
Reception Help daughtei AfTISTICALLYECONOMICALLYPROMPTLY : .\
The Captain and the Kings depart, \
decorated in colorful
summer rr. .
line was finished with a brilliant of Starke. The ceremony A f
Still stands Thine ancient sacrifice.An Immediately after the ceremony Lang : -
r, s flowers. The punch bowl was ornament and the short sleeves I
took at Green Cove Springs
placed on a lace covered table and humble and, a contrite heart 1 a reception was held for members place
were puffed. Her flowers were, an : POWELL StarkeWANTED
? A ,+ surrounded by vender verbena Lord, God of Hosts, be with us yet, arm bouquet of pink roses. :: of the bridal party relatives and August 29. MRS. L. G. ,

t j ; and fern. From another table assorted Lest we forget, lest we forget." t'I, out-of-town guests, at the homeof --.

s! :a wafers were served. Attending as bridesmaids were the bride's parents on North The United States Naval academy -
Miss Virginia Johns of Allendale,
'r'" la Walnut Street. Receiving were i In after-dinner
has a course
Mrs. Canova was assisted in About 45,000 carloads of fruits S. C., cousin of the bride; Miss Ab-I '!
: Judge and Mrs. A ilk ins, Mr. and
:, speaking.
-it Nerving by Mrs. H. C. Ritch and and vegetables are shipped Into
bie Harley Gainesville Miss Miriam
;
I i i Mrs. James Frederick Guy, the .
Ufa. K. G. Duncan. New York City annually.
Guy of Hampton sister of the
bride and
and his the Rev
Mrs G 1 groom I Palatka; Mr. and! Mrs. J. T. Godwin -
R. Caldwell,
--- bridegroom; and Mrs. J. T. Guy.
:Mr. and Mrs. H. M.- Richard
LIFE INSURANCE Philadelphia, Pa.; Mrs. W. E. Wilcox I I Mrs. Marcus F. Brown was In <*\eral Real Good Farms For Sale, large erevrh,
Ft. Lauderdale, cousin of the : Mrs. Annie Richard State Farm;
; 'i charge of the bride's book and she for general farming and reasonably. prlct-tf
I bride; und Miss Annie Mae Pearce, Invited the guests to inscribe their Mr. and Mrs. Will Edwards Mary UE HAVE THE BtTVEKS.
v I Edwards. Jean Edwards Bill Edwards -
In ail; OLD IJ.NE, tried and dependable Company I III Starke. ; : names.
!, Jim Edwards, Mrs J. H. ALSO:; H\VK INtJOIUES FOR TIMBER L-\SV.'
u not only a source of Mntlftfurtion us a matter of protection Miss Johns and Mis. Caldwell :I Many beautiful wedding Rifts to IN LARGE TRACTS
i Moore, Mrs W. F, Moore, Lawtey;
for your (abed ones, but a real guarantee of were attired in poudre blue silk this popular couple were on display .
net with a circular skill in two the Lena Dudley, O. K. Holmes, Lake
.otir o\in future independence NOW while you are gowns rooms adjoining living WILSON REALTY CO.
F skirt which I City; Mrs. Bessie G. Wey, Atlanta -
physically l fit, come in let's, talk it over made over a net on room. The bride's table was covered -
; wide pink ribbon formed a diamond I with a lace cloth and centeredby Ga.; Robert G Caldwell Philadelphia -

shaped pattern, and was a silver bowl of white asters and \ Pa; A. E. Summers, Jr.,
G HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY
a caught In the center front with ferns. While candles in silver I High Springs. .

GtStR.\I.ISol'R.\S'E!! clusters of vivid rose colored flow- i' holders balanced the central ar- I

ers. The lines of the fitted bodice rangement. The three tie i red I '

I were accentuated with full puffed( bride's cake, topped by a miniature -FLOR -HIGHLIGNTS /NNhN- 1 ,fI41t1\
: .
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_....., 'OIl _... "" '" J""I _
1 bride and groom, was cut by the
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bride; and unusual merriment was .cry '' dP+'R +8."A tw'4Y

SO. I litlwI 10 LBR enjoyed when the good luck sym- I sti **'tA
w FLOUR 77 GREEN'S bols were found. ">* j*
I "w* ** "V
POTATOES 16e Fruit punch with lime sherbet

2Lb... I and individual cakes were served I

to the company by a number of

S T ORE charming young ladies.
Fresh :\11I1I..t.
DRIED U\I.\: Leave for Trip
I
After spending sometime with

CASH & their guests Mr. and Mrs. Guy left
i FISH Ib 81LC BEANS Lb
FLAY 5120r for a wedding trip their f
STARKE
tion being Blowing Rock,destlna-I

I Mrs Guy's traveling
ICot'Nf OR T-ROSE .NORTHERN
!IGREAT a Schiaparelll model and the one-

piece tailored frock was of Autumn
STEAK Lb. 17c BEANS Lb. 61l cI I
r brown silk crepe. The coat, a red-

Ingote, was made of imported
I, ,
".:'1' OH ('.\HX \nux ( 'r..JIt RtUoIH: Olt :oI.\I.\U beige woolen, and Autumn brown I

MILK 3 Tall 20c DRESSING'20c I accessories ning ensemble.The completed. this stun

bride Is a charming and "
popular woman, and Is ;..:_;, .,:;."' :.. '; : 'o':', _...
-- young a .,.. v. ... ', .."".....-
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graduate of the Florida State Col- .'_ -,I'<.<,,'''''' _... .... .- .... ......_ ,
r LARD Best Compound lb. 10 "hcf lege for Women, at Tallahassee.For I I '' ... -..-.-.'....y.........,.. .-"f......._...., .

the past three years she has i :.....: '

f -I } been teaching in the Bradford I I TEETH AND rviaacLOWER. .:......: ,;,. :.,;;

P.UK County Mr.\ Guy High attended School. Asbury College JAW OF KOAISHA.H NOME f "'" :r.J

TOMATOES S'KP 5c I f Oleomargarine Lb. 12c't Florida in Wilmore, and ,,Coyne Ky., Universityof Electrical I I 7LOh /D,4 NOtVOgJK ONE" )


School In Chicago. He is now employed 1
t 2-Ln. .J\It 80UIOX\ by the State of Florida as MASJD1)OAl fO& MQNIYAS


.APPLEJELLY 20c SAUSAGE Lb. 12% Deputy* Hotel they return'Commissioner.When td Florida. 1 / / THE

I from their wedding trip they will i ':'k042AcJAivi.

L.\RC. E HWtEf: make their home In Jacksonville. .

PICKLES ISc BONES 3 Lbs. 25c Among Out-of the-Town out-of-town,, duef guests '# eOLONVNEM


Ft cy ( /il ('K RO.\ T OR were: Governor Fred P. Cone, Mr. .
? and Mrs W M. Wainwright Tallahassee :;, PI:MyeS

t LEMONS Doz. 1& STEAK Lb. 12c ; Judge Hal W. Adams, st TIO&/0A-

Mayo: Mr. and Mrs.' J. M. Butler, 4 I

ONIONS, 3 Lb. tOe RIB BEEF Mr. and Mrs. Brannon Ogletree, : i /'
: Barton T. Douglas. Mrs.\ A. T. Williams -
,,1 POTTED MEAT, 4 Cans tOe STEW Lbe lOcI Betty Jo Williams. Judge' 1'1I1HIlrNICNMI" 'I
F tI" D NIl MIMIIII.
and Mrs. H. L. SebTing, Mr. and I .
\ EMT'fHITE "" Mrs, M. M. Parrlsh, H H. Parrlsh, SN//wco/A'a" TH' M/RR/lb/en .

mro"Lb. I .TEIb. '' M. M. Parrish Jr., Mr. and Mrs. I -- ..._. .... Iseparately.

28c BACON 19c'i O. T. Stock. Col. and Mrs. J. C. Ad- There is a place in Florida where no one In the machine shops, electric

kins, Jimmy Adkins Miss Margaret receives money for his labor. It is in the plant, green houses and gardens, the work'

Adkins all of Gainesville; L. KORESHAN COLONY at Estero on the ers receive no but all are given the:
pay
COOKING OIL I Gal. Can 86c F, Chapman, State Farm; Mrs O TamiamI trail t
t J. Griffin. St. Augustine; Mr. and 14 miles from Fort Myers daily bread. When a newcomer J'ns..l"Jcolony : ot
ft"!
Mrs. L. L. Roane :Mrs.' Jack Here, in a setting of great natural beauty, he contributes his labor and a

t i Better AGENT FOR Quality] Briggs Betty Briggs Mrs. W P. one finds quaint, comfortable homes bidden his possessions and in return he receive*

Randall. Mr. and Mrs. John Love among giant trees and large clumpsof home, ample food and all other cceJttot\ :

:f TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO. Wilkes W. L. Edwards. Fredrica bamboo. In these rustic houses dwell of life as long as he lives. Everyoi.e: seew the

Edwards. Mrs. Frank G. Baul- I the Koreshans; a religious sect. The men happy and appears quite oblivious to

GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING I knight Mrs. Emma Carleton all ; and women are strictly celibate and all live tumult of the outside world.

of Jacksonville; Mrs. T. H. Willis, I '


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H" m'". I,IWTI. IUlClt 10. 1037 BRADFORD COUNTY:: TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE FIVH
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Mr, and Mrs. C, H. Grumpier. and The Rev. and' Mrs, W: A, Fischer Mr. and Mrs. L d. Hazen will FLA. STATE AR.
family returned to their horn here I spent Tuesday in Jacksonville attending I'move' to Starke from Brooker the '!,
;Monday afte.r" a visit with relativesin a meeting called by the latter part of the Week. Mr. Ha- Mr. Bryan Wbltflrld Cor. MIA pin

Bits of Wilson_ N C. i Rev. Homer Thompson presiding I zen is director of he I Farm Secur- Mrs.. 'C. R. Burrincau and ...oltS.i ,

-' elder of the Jacksonville district. ity Administration in this district. Chary and Bill of Wnycros. C COLUMN II
Mis. D. C. forehand and Mrs i _
I They will be welcomed here> by
I visited .1r. and Mrs, R. C. Drew
Frank Ward of Albany Ga were ;Mrs E. P. Murphy and daughter. their many friends. during the week. ANTIQUES Big assortment of
i
LpcalNev&sCONCERNING guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter : ;Miss Ernestine: Murphy, who have Miss.JA"quelineVp..lWIUtJ left old things In glassware, china, #.

a few days this week.Dr > been visiting Mr and Mrs. V. B. Misses Jessie and Lois Jordan Tuesday to attend school In St. Au- brass, silver; chairs dressers, tables -
-- -- --- --_ .- I of Miami the fliRt of the etc. Kelly's Store, :520 W.
Harrell, left Saturday for their spent ins
: OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND antJII'S: W. E :Middletonhad home I In Hopkinsville, Ky. week here with their mother, Mrs. gUilt Adams St., Jacksonville Fin b
and Mrs J. A. Bouvler spent
PROGRESS OF. THE COUNTY AND TOWNi as their guests Sunday :Mr. and j i iI I L. B.' Jordan. They were accom- Mr. week-end with Mr. and 8-27-4tp
Mrs E. L. Mlddleton and Mis Mae panied to Staike by Miss Pauline the: past
I Mr. and Mrs J, M. Alvarez and,i Mrs Cecil MeRae In Mclntonh.
i- Jones of Jacksonville. ''Jol'dan. who had spent the past FOR RENTUpstairs apartment,
i family, who have been of Kis-
spending
:Mrs. A, F. Thompson
.. three and screened
-- ------ I two months In Miami. rooms porch.
| the summvv at their Kingsley Lake I I !slmee Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mis. \V. B. Alexanderand Mrs W. J Epperson.> Itp
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A, S Crews was visiting InantllvUle Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Larsen of daughter, llIlSVilma.. Alexander ,. cottage, returned Monday to their i I Paul Knight left Monday for Shelly Rosier _
Saturday. Lakeland, were' recent guesta of were visiting datives in home on North Walnut St. I Cincinnati Ohio, to resume his Mr. and Mrs. W. 10:. Sharp of FOR RENT-Furnished upstairs
; Cud) and Mrs. D. E.. Knight. Waldo Sunday I studies' at the Cincinnati Conservatory Mucclenny' visited Mr and Mrs J. apartment near school. Mrs. S.
i s-o
101 r. and Mrs. W A. of Or.;
business visJtcksonville -- \V Overstreet Sunday. R. Johns It
Duncan was --- [ of Music He has spent 'the
G Wednesday. Hiss Esther Hay of Inverness Miss Evelyn Wethtrsbee of lando returned Monday to their past three ''week ''In SI Hikewithhisparents"COf. : I Mrs. R. D. WhltfleliJ of Fruit-
to.\r: \ spent the week-end here with Miss I Pompano was the week-end guest |' home after spending; the \verk-end and 1011'11f: ).'< E. lund/ 1 Park arrived Thursday for an FOR SALE: Used General Electric
: 'J JAIr. Sam Anderson Lois Long. I lot Misses Marion and Helen! Dow- here with his parents, Mr.. and Mrs. I i,. Knight. extended visit with Mr, and Mrs. Refrigerator/ > New and used Ice
f. and Mrs. Fred A, Scott.
ling. Bryan "'hltflt'l .
LBt in Jacksonville ----- ----
Friday 1'h"'omnn's Club enjoyed a Feed and Seed Co. It
; -- --
Mr. and Mis. R. A. Newsom weie I Mis Frances Sweat Guilford
:Sir and l Mrs. R. "i.hll11: and :Mrs W. E. Middleton. returned'; picnic supper at Kinsley/ Lake
relatives in Jacksonville
of Brooker I IIf Is visiting and son, Norwood, and :Mr. and
Mrs L. O. Hazen' daughter, :Miss Elizabeth of Jacksonville to her home here> last Thursday after Wednesday evening FOR SALE: One baby stroller In
Sunday. Mia. Carl Johns and sun, Carl Lamar
guest this week of Mrs. A. E. I spent Labor Day week-end spending ten days in Sylva, N. '' J. A, Houvler, Jr.. and Marshall perfect condition. See FlorenceGill
--- -- ---- spent Sunday In Quit man,
!elKlnneyylr with Mr. aml'Mrs. F F. Flume> C., as the guest of Mr: and Mrt. O. I Bouvler and Miss Jean Bouvler returned at Starke Dry Cleaners
Mr. HndII'R.: J. D. Doyle, and .. ''C. Cagle. 'I Ga., us j guests;: of Mis. GlIlltot'd'smother. to their home in Miami Friday --- -
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Misses Pat and Dolly Lamb spent i ___ ___ __ Mrs. T. A. Sweat. Norwood HOUSE: RENT Unfurnished i
,. und Ira J. HHazen of Sar- Mrs P. M. Barefoot spent Wednesday I' after visiting Mr. and Mrs .1. FOR -
remained for visit' with 1 his
a longer
a-ota visited Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Sunday In Gainesville.> I I in Brooker visiting her Little Miss Joe Pcrryman, who', grandmother.! / A. Houvler for several days Apply A. Wilkinson. PhoneS
:IcKlnney this week.- ------- ': brother-in-law and sisier. Mr.! and l lI has been visiting her uncle and 2. It

Miss Winifred Laite of Jackson- Mrs. R. T. Osteen. 1' aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis, I NOTH K 1
I Sand Mrs C. F. Ward return- I ville WAS visiting friends here Sunday I -- -- ----- returned to her home in Atlanta 1S.: Matthews will return Sun The Reverend Leslie A. Shop- REi'RESENTATiVEVANTET)

1,1, last week after spending aMonth Mrs.! W. L. Joiner of Dublin Gu. Friday. day from Salt Lake City. Utah, hard of Pal.itku 1 will preach the to look after> our magazine/ subscription ,
in Kentucky and Georgia. ---------- lis the guest of her on-in-law and where he attended n national/ convention JncI'nlncIn.1 evening services at interests in Stttike and l

_- Henry :McKelvey! and Charles ; daughtei, :Mr.\ and :Mrs. L. D. Vln- I Miss Beth Ford of North Brunch of railroad commissioners.While the First Baptist Church here> vicinity Our plan enables you to

The Rev J. W. Caines of Lees- Fender were. visitors in Jackson- ing. 1 Michigan/ was the guest several there his authority on motor I Sunday. ",,seethe good part of the hundred

Isurg.! ttaa a business visitor to ville Thursday. days last week of Mr. and Mrs. i 1 1I I I vehicle transportation was recognized -.. of dollars spent In this. vicinity

-tarke Tuesday i Mrs \\'. T. Saxonanti Mrs. S. M. John Uglow; Miss Ford left Tues- by his being one of three 'Ole1.1.. Tilt: KAMII.V each fall and winter for maga
: _____ Mr. nnd Mrs, J. Maurice Edwards Simmons of Fort Lauderdale, are day for Lakeland where she will commissioners In the country selected I
Mrs, Ktlton Varnadoc of Polat-I and! children spent Sundayat guests of Mr. anJ Mrs P. J. '1 enter Southern College. to discuss this matter at the Because of Rexall Orderlies' zines. Oldest agency In U. S
Guaranteed lowest rates all
guest this week of her I Jacksonville Beach. Pearce convention. Mr. Matthews also chocolate flavor children never on pe-
ia' was a I : kick at taking this laxative. ilodlcals, domestic and foreign. In-
'Vlg/iln-s gentle :
1IIS.Stella visited in San Francisco and Los
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Smith / Mrs. Char I
_annti: ---- Mr. ; ;Mrs. ; A. Newsom haveas i I. les Wiggins and baby, Mis. Eugene Angeles Calif., before returninghome. I Women appreciate Orderlies for Stl'lll'tl.ollS and equipment tree
their their niece> Miss Congressman R. A. Green attended Fowell. and J. Its gentleness. Men prefer Orderlies Start a growing: and permanent
Owen W Griffin and a party of 'guest I'I the opening of Swift & i O. Turner, all of Ma.I j
from St. Augustine spent Marjorie Newsom of Jacksonville.Mrs. I con, Ga., were gueHts last week of .. for. Its thoroughness. Buy business In whole or spare time.
\mends wfek-end at Kingsley Lake I I Company's new meat packing i'Mi. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett .1. \V NIMMO DIES fiex.111Ol'd..rllea\ at the Rexall Address MOORE-COTTRELL, Inc,

:be W. J. Eppeison and Mrs. plunt in Ocai** on Labor Day.. -- .- J. W. Nlmmo 66, assistant postmaster Ding Store The Mitchell\ Drug \Vayland Road, North Cohocton, N. i
I I -- - ---- I' I
Miss Essie' Coleman spent Sun- G.V.. Anderson spent Friday InI Mr. and Mr,.i. C, F. Ward returned I I Mis. J. T. Amberson and Miss I at Hampton died at the Store> In Stnike. Adv. Y. ft-10-2tp
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jay in Olustee as a guest of her Jacksonville to their home last week after I Lucille Amberson> returned to their home of his sister, Miss Ada Nim-
__ __ I
stints enjoying: a vacation In western I 1 i home In Birmingham! Ala., Sunday mo, Wednesday night at 11:30: FUNERAL
Robert Brooks of Petersburg, after an extended DIRECTORMy
I I visit with
Kentucky;: and northern Georgia.> o'clock. J)eath came suddenly following -
51 Irll, R A Green spent the woek.oa Va., Is the guest of Mr. and, Mrs.A. --- ------- i'IMrs. Amberson's mother, Mrs I a brief Illness. Funeral services Many Yean Experience Make It rp.,,!t>!P fir Vr tp r...,
W. Redgrave.Mrs. James Kite
in Gainesville as guest of her Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely und eon. I will be held at 3:30 o'clock 'EFFICIENT. PROMPT: and COVRTTOrSMOI ST ..:-:: .
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Y. A. Harris. I Billy spent Sunday in Lake City Friday afternoon at the Santa Fe >ER\TC rri r. ;.
K. G. Duncan and Mr and
as guests of :Mr, and Mis. J. S. i I Friends of Mrs. S. F Ilamilik Cemetery with the Rev. J. W Turner DeWITT C. JO:;::
Mrs Effie Johns spent the day Mrs. Eldred Duncan of Gainesville I I Bulsden. will be interested to learn that .she Baptist minister. of Gainesville, Ctaekq; r'y y'
Sunday! with her niece, Mrs. I... spent Tuesday In Jacksonville i: is Improving after being 111 for officiating -. ,
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',\'ebb Hawthorne I Congressman and Mrs. R. A "Evel'al'eks.. Mrs. Hamrick Is atpr'ebent
Miss Selma Thornton and Miss i I Green Miss At line Mann and Gerald ; in Highlands N. ('. with

ills: Lois Long of Jacksonville Julia Winkler returned Sunday Middlcion were business visitors j! her daughter Mrs. \'I.'. H. Nollnrwn.
pent the weekend here with her from a ten-day vacation in St. Pe- ,, In Jacksonville Tuesday. I APALACHICOLA OYSTERSNEXT ra

H. tersburg and Tampa. The home of the president
F. Long.
neither", Mrs. -- -- --- --- -
I Ml's'l
--- Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg returned -|I F. A, Fcott will be the scene of : MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13

MM Esther Simpson left Tuesy >h'sV.. :M. Edwards has returned -;! to their home Friday after \\'. i'. T. U. meeting this week on WE SERVE THEM OR SELL BY PINT OR QUART
for, St. Augustine to attend to her home after a visit In I spending some time in Daytona i I Friday afternoon, at 3:30.: The j ,
nool) Gainesville with her son-in-law and I Beach and Palatk.i. hour is always one of interest and -

daughter, Mr. and Mrs Jack Bell. -- I profit I OUR REGULAR SOUTHERN STYLE BAR-B-Q
j
Miss! Elizabeth and little Elbert Mrs Edwards was accompanied Mr. and Mrs. \V. E. Wilcox returned I
,nann of Okahumpka, have been home by Mrs. Bell\, who will visit to their home in Ft. Lauder- I 1 I Tommy Ritch left Monday for NO N L Y

v.siting their cousins Shirley and here several days before returning I dale after a ten days visit with I 1 I Jacksonville where he will! attend I HALL'S PLACE WO HALL'SPLACE

!eaton, Jr,, :Morgan of Starke. to Gainesville. I relatives.Mr. '1'Robert E. Lee High School. He I
will make his home with Dr and I'lenty of Parking Spore Bent Sen Ice in Town
--'---" ----
and Mrs. Jeff Johns have returned 1,: Mrs. C. C. Mendoza while In Jack I p
DRINKPepsiCola
home after spending several sonville.
'I .._ ___ I
days in Gainesville with Mr. and' ----- ----
I Mrs. Freeman Johns. T. N Limbaugh of Lakeland< )

I ---- -- -_ _jMm -- spent last Thursday with Mr. and
Emmalme Morgan of I Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. He waft accompanied -

r Starke, has been visiting Citra I home by Mrs. Llm-
with her brother-in-law and sister, baugh, who had been visiting Mr.

Mr. and Mrs Lester A. Hall. I and Mrs. Brownlee. OHNSFree V
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BIGGER AND BETTERA Mrs. R. E. Matthews and Mrs.J. Miss Audiey Carlisle arrived

Trial Is Convincing E. Howe of Lawtey were" guests I Saturday from Macon, Ga.,, for a
Friday of Mr. und Mrs. R. A. New- two weeks' visit with her parents

DAVE SILCOX Bom. __- I: Carlisle Mr. and Is Mrs.In J training, B Carlisle.at the Miss Ma- I Phone g.Bali 4i

I SON
&
Mi. and :Mis. L C. Ray who con Hospital I
Distributor I 45 i
Delivery uF.ro ,
II I have been guests of Mr. Ray's sis- --- r I
let.! Mrs.' ,1. W. White returned Mrs.' S, Jo:. Brownlee and !Mr, and I I

Saturday to Jacksonville.The Mrs. J. M. Brownlee had as their\ .
NAT SEZ: .. '--- guests for the week-end Miss Jlar- ANY FI.AVOH ;
---
M>, my. What folks won't he Rev. and :Mrs C. B. Price I tha Brownlee and Miss Gertie Cam I MATCHES 3 Boxes lOc ;

doing thin next headline'omau! The paper jet.ter.layhad rives I and family left Tuesday for Ar- of Jacksonville and ,Mr. and Mrs. JELL-0 Pkg. 5c1101.1' j

will make their 1 Milton Brownlee of Gainesville!
"par With (.OJ1..*. Wrtl cadia where they I
Nearly -
\\ : R\I.V
'
!vE1: .iCTulY(1'RICE :
husbands are dead from the I home.
HOiiM
and some other from the --.---- i Mrs. J. R. Boring of Jacksonville ,
rk) -
nt? up. Lbse
5
r neck) , hut that's the first Mis. O. J.' Griffin left Wednesday -| and Mrs.. Glen! Duke of'Miami who 21c FLOUR 24 Lbs. 75c

tlnto I've heard of It woman living for her home in St. Augustine have been visiting in Gainesville j '--' --_- -
( with one who wa dead all over. after a visit here with Mrs. 'and Ocala, are guests of their :M.""ELL HOI SKCOFFEE
No mutter: how bud! you feel men Ethel Bigga.Dr. I i brother-in-law and sister Mr. and BANANAS 10 Lbs. 25c

you ran Weep from being a dead u_____._ }I 1 IMrs. 1. (' Brown. I LjJ.29
number by dressing up In a new .
.ternlierjr'H.! If" mirpriHing and Mrs B. S, Carroll and >u. 2 TANS _
suit Jroiw :
what I. few smart! clothes small daughter, Cornelia, of Jacksonville :,> Mr. and Mrs R R HutchingS 10 I.KS. IKISII
will .10 your jour outlook In life, I were weekend guests of !,' had as guests for the weekendMr. TOMATOES Can 6c

and II new null will make the wife Mrs F. H. Long. and Mrs. A. M. Hughes of I -------- -- 15c
think .'Th..r..'" life In .the old boy ___ I|'Lakeland, and Mr. and Mrs. T, B'I
jet:" Misses Katie and Virginia Fu- Hughes, Mrs. C. W. Phraca and, >KE F.1THENS POTATOESLb. --

gate will leave Monday for Tallahassee -i, Andrews, all of Winter Haven. I Lb. 16c 20c
''
--- I
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to enter the Flotilla State I' .
College\ for Women. I Mr. and Mrs. L. D Vining had

TOM SAWYEKSHIRTS BOYS --- ----- I us their guests for Labor Day WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF PRODUCE
SHORTS98c Mr. and Mrs. AI Carlton and! week-end, Mrs. J. E. Allen Miss

small daughter of Winter Park I! Louise Ludwig, of Dublin, Ga., and '
( III < K l'II.I.oIlIl'In':
Mrs. Marguerite Dickens of Ma-
of Mr. and

89c were Mrs. JoHn week-end- Nasworthy.guests I i rianna. 1\1--; I I STEAK Lb. 12c FLOUR 24 Lbs. 99c

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stockwell anJ' Mr. and Paul E. Canova ---'


"IHI.L"( :1< S S BOq <'JILORO \..... daughter week-end Kathleen, in Miss of Starke Eustis Mary and Lorraine spent while here last and j' and fay arrived and children here are, Saturday spending Paul III and from two Norma weeks Bonl-, ROUND STEAK Lb. 17c STEW Lb. lOc l


were guests at the Starke Hotel. !I with Mr Canova'a mother Mrs.FlorenceEmma S\\U'T'4.IE"I.! I'LUICIIU\S

.---- -- -- j I'',, Canova.. .. I LARD 2 Lbs. 25c HAMS Lb. 27c '
Miss Hazel Lennon left Monday ] r-- : I f'
for Qcala to attend a school for!Iread1 Circle No. 2 ,( tJ1e Baptist W.
U., Mrs. J. M. .-Brownie .
-
The
classes- to will wear be held nleumen.at Camp Roose- | will meet next Monday M'I I White SIDE BACON Ib 19c MILK 3 Tall 20c

'iP velt for three I at 3:30: at the home of Mrs. Mc-
AMlgy4 fIa days' I Kinney with Mrs. A. A. Durden co-
F'hli I
\ Mr. and :Mrs A, J, Wilkinson j h" tt'SIl. Every member Is urgedto TUXEDO FEEDS

s and son Edgar and Mrs. E. JI. '' attend QUALITY AT LOW COST
98c their -- -
79c have returned to
Thomas
home after spending some time at TUAIN SCHEDULEOur We Have a Complete LineOf Feeds For All Purposes .

their cottage at Kingsley Lake. 'i schedule changes April 25th
and trains will run as follows.Southbound I

:'If'1)1_ CHILDREN'S SCHOOL Muss\ Virginia Kidd who has I I tINCV t' SHORTS Ga. $1.75

been the guest of her brother and No. 1-Due Starke 11:31: P.M.'] MASH $2.80 s
DRESSES SHOES sister-In-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. No. 15: ---Due Starke 4-37: P.M.1
7 PKRC'KNT C. S.
Kldd, left Saturday for her home ( No. 107-Due Starke 6:1: A.M.j C'I.NCY
In Richmond'a.. No. 191Due Starke 10:39: : P.M.
$1.00 $1.00 UpIT (! NorthboundNo. I SCRATCH $2.60 MEAL $1.65
Mr. and Mrs. George C. White 2--.Due Starke :5:00: A.M. '
and daughter Frances were vi.it- No. 16-Due Starke 11:21: A.M.No. :Jl PERCENT

I Ing relative here Monday route I 108- -Due Starke :5:00: p.\l..1
I IS"rERNBERG'S to their home in Tallahassee. after Starke and \Vannc Brunch DAIRY FEED $2 LrI BRAN $1.75
PAYS TO BVY AT 'spendingLabor Day week-end In No 101-Leaven Starke 7:00: A. AI. a

Miami. Mr. O. W. Alderman accompanied I ,No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50: P. M j We Will Buy Your Eggs at 3c Below Jacksonville Market'
them back to Tallahas- 1 Daily except Sundays.
T. j. GROTTO.
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'. tabt 1s.[ BRADFORD COLTS TELEGKAPH. STARKE.: FLORID4 FRIDAV. StYlI; 1C1.I1, ..q, .
IDS:

f ,1i i -.. I AOK1CCLTTRE. COLLEGE HEAR TAX SMTS I j I to the surface of the =

: BEGINCH"OL 1E.RWITH TALLAHASSEE- Supreme hU dive his uncle F rJlep
-.
I ''i J't" J' p, L.RGER F.\CVLTGAIXESVLLE Court set Tuesday Spt 7, for l( log brought him to iWhen r.' ''119.'
H f
':' ; hearings on suits by six counties i j 4FiILL4

FARMERS SECTION Th University LIVE STATE NEWSNew seeking to require continued payj i j I (;E'R\ %; k\1JJI"
of Florida CcUege of Agriculture meet of state gasoline tax funds j'I

I wul begin> the fall semester on Septemner under 'Jofl'ClallawL; Comptroller. !j jM 1 I you buy :,ii .:

; Conducted Demonstration Asenta 20 with additional faculty of Florida ia Short Paragraphs Lee declined to make the pay- I you get a full pint :::. t.. 'on.
+ member:. aad facilities. according i iDEAN I''I I that really eaves you ;r' 'inle
E I I IM. to Dan Wilmoc NewellNew meats on grounds the acts are un- j 49c! And: It is'r''y. '
ctnstltutionaL Counties which" have 'L"
I.. t.lfr t., ythat I *
I you can dilute .
j I i- '
.I faculty members appointedby _- vvw11ELF'.SRL -. brought suits are Liberty, Calhoun I IWakulla "*'
the State Board: of Control; in- > Washington, Cadsden and (I parts of water and stu], ?
ciuieVi : OF EDI CATIONTALLAHASSEE :\ BORD REPORT" Jackson. | germs in 5 seconds E. ; kill'
To Housewives I IYOFTH I .
: Hints "'
t ti RURAL Homer Hixoc. who will teach!I -President Edward JACKSONVILLE--A report of -,--- I lution at the P.exall 1. .. "

+ COMMON SENSE I' medical and Tetermarr eetonaolcgyia : Cooradi announced the appointment .. administrative expenses! of the ,, 1\JtRLI) I I the Mitchell Drug St. '. *
i t'2f, Rtw1Jy trore BOOM Da>cc.tr.- I the Department cf EatMaoiogy4uvt : Saturday of Dr. RalphU : State Board of Social Welfare andof |I --Adv.t 3'1"

j By SPCf)9, JOHNSON:\ f : tlon cpalalFat., T.-! .ce I : Plant Pathology. A native cfOklahoma Evnun as dean of the School! f its twelve district: orgacizitions ERADENTON Melvin Mizell, t .

t he received the bachelor E-iucatica at Florida State Col- for July showed a total of S35.236 :20. suffered from a spinal injury ,
There
of from Oklahoma l for .omen. Clayton C Codnugton. state wel- in a hospital) here paralyzed from ,:, were forty-t ?
iege :
science
; I'ORT.t OF (tK.*" '.('HOOLD.BRFUF'T$ degree I ''on United- States rb
'TRF.'EDTno Agricultural and Uechaaical CoJlege. --.--_._- fare commissioner; said the figures i his neck down. He was Injured alf
CA.N.NOT: BE j lines .
during the
I 1 Ml'CH IV: FRMINtt: September> one yore. and special He also( bdds the:. master of "TRIAL DELA1 would be submitted to a meeting ',j when, he dived into a creek l1..arhis _first. :M-

attention is directed again to ncwnce aa>:l doctor: of philosophy' GADES\-rLLE-JlXge! U B. of the state board today as a guide home at Parnsh. Physicianssaid -- .

l{ 1 Agricultural fenders to Florida the school child- degrees from I'/x..a State. His ex- Smith declared a mistrial in the! '' for drafting the September bud- two" neck vertebrae were fractuifd More than 10,300

I y I { sir: thr< ughout the nation are now I] The late ruing hour to dewiraj peneoce includes study of the Gulf case of llarUa Wa.nur.hargl!'>d i I'; g>!'l. The report revealed' 121.315 and his spinal cord was. dam- machines are in. use j.'c:ia ng
Coast tick and boil weevil. i of the sum was" pent for handling aged. When tbe youth did not rise homes.
on J should poisons. with and
plan< irgr more enjpbajris gT& i j bk during vacation now -axttcg at.>ettt."IgtJ:: t, than ever before Crass* a the nits I give way to an hour early enough!J JI He comes to Florid from Iowa shying of ilrs. Annice Robert !inGuchrUt ,, old age pensions I -

s 4 cf '', .-iteriftuag s'il! .rCMlCn, graj I 1 to assure an adequate unhurried I I where he was assistant state entomologist County last Mar.b aftera -- -.-- ----

p3 ..j ,n ageir f'-r "nn'-htre! the sal. breakfast. jury was unable to f"-t. on a, LI(!l OR R1lDTALLAHASSEELocal.:

a i I FI _r,'; iff --* 4A '..."I f'>r
r ht h ,.' -.*. ,:-. <-.t'" K f fs tfc" ooject ofr. .>r"ikfat need to be unhurried) fOl'f1ft'CO
:_". ro"h and etKteavor now and icnooth-runninp::< as weD as a|p- Forestry.. Dr Ziegler is a catrve ; \\U'I \:0:> KELH.l.JACKSONTLLE four counties over the week-en.

gC.IK ''" ''peUzttfc| and nourtJOur?' If ehilI of Pennsylvania He bold the de- ;: Ju"tU'- of the to make twelve arrests and s<.z< '

T h pi id T.Jpbajrtj u timely and i iIT P I I I dron get. to bed in lira the nlgfct t gree of bachelor of arts master of Peace! Sarah Bryan released )t rx ;i three !still. four automobiles:: nine-

,I .' -. a' !-d in Florida ajfrtcui" ,; "bfure.; they'll be ready to get up, arts and doctor<< of aci..ace from Beatrice Bruao. 35. f>llv'llo"'UIg a preliminary tY- lght 11.-115 of whiskey" an : 2. S YOURMAGAZIN Iqta
i Franklin and Marshall He ZOO< gallons of mash Eight <>f th(
,{ i t'lt. .a the agriculture of othtrjt. in time for a comfortable break College. hearing: ic -.nr.oe-<:"JOn j
f r ...'.- v- .,.et the importance of i I fast: in fact. they'll be glad\ to. if[ has! had wide experience in the with the: 'hltlDgo.t heVdllsm : husboa arrests were made: In Ja k'll':1' an li

s r-- ,n tar jly b* -retimated.! ; breakfast is mad.epI..aaant. meal field of forestry having served as \ Brush on August 2&> Acoroner's i calhoun Ci/untie, ore was !In Lib-

"->-, ..'.*JI a Mme when grass wag ""I, i In this way the whole family wiU 1 director of the Pennsylvania StateForut furj inve-mgn'ing the I jtrtv: and three in Le<>n U S. al >-j I ,

1 a -.\. "M 1 le onjti
; u f >. - > rush. and tear which jars nerves vision as senor. forest eco JrJrt the shooticg. yesterday or.-red the .' -

11 E12-7 .i*. t.< '.'. but the icroada cft ppoiU digestion ind disposition' for at the Southern, Forest Experiment woman held for grand :ur:. action. .R1TTLFR'-: ; RITE KILLS" H.Ni;..

.1 : 6 ,.' ':ate '3 .: ..niber of livestock have made 1 it capacities' with the U S. Forest
4' r > > have to cooperate The meal I 'L"4"S ,\PFOINTtDJACKSONI'ILLErFrai.k: : that hogs for some unaccountable

Dfef-Ary tt take *tep. to propagate i j needs K> be ready, tbe right kl1'l'1.I Service HeJI widely-known, for P. In- theory. were immune to the bites

4 u ''r9 and protect it. Tfci propagation been I I good to took a,r!,: good to taste easy his writings' oo southern forest eccnomics gram, state administrator for the of snakes was definitely disproved %:

a t ao4 protection nave '> tbe and digestion, yet ; near here reclf'ntly.'Itness the
-0 appetite Works Progress Admii: .; tratlonaeounced
} + ? found necessary. : to save the rich 1 ubstas'ial enough ti last the child I The staff of the School of For s- the: appointment of J. Y. case l of a large rattlesnake! that YOU WILL fNT> IT HER
oil of ur land, to enrich the oU '' try will. be further augmented. by
Breakfast does t '1
until noneed
I"' noon. Wilson of Jacksonville :as acting wandered into a hogpasture owned -
that has been iicpciveriihed, and to two : fellows Wilbur B.
teaching:
F r to be an expensive meal it: state director of operati! ,ns. Edwin ; by J. D. Warren. Warren hear-
r prrnrWie teed for stock. DeVall. 1937 graduate of the New ) I'
f can be one of the least expensiveovals. S. Lofberg was name assistant ling the squeal of his hogs and thel
Farmer ..t.ace paid litUe attention York State College of Forestry ,
to Wilson. They succeed William rattle of tbe snake was attractedto ER ComtryHotes McCALL'5
i to are now and John P. Drumznood. 1937 forestry -
4' :
l graM plaatiEjr 41N
Breakfast should include mI1 <. A. ilclI-lUn: and Charles \\il- tbe pasture There he found that
and propagating permanent pastures fruit hot cereal especially/ whole graduate of the Utah elate )> key both of whom. res gned recently the Urge!: rattler had terrorized StoTY Pl dl TTEq
'i Mil + ha'i"iJ'f realized that gri1 ass ; Agricultural College.: Mr DeVair 2 >rgoe i
? grain breadstuff and fat in MIme two large porker--finally killing eiiew '
well feed for their project will deal with the l EART"afe
provide cheap: ecology
_
form either butter bacon both of them. '
cretin rI1M11
: \, -- -- ---- '- / ,
r ( cattle and wU enrich tbHr lands. ;' | of the slai pine while Dr. Drum. J0 p 4ALft
or egg yoLx. These easily digest ed HJO<.;IO:>H c \"K --.-- -
Re arra workers are striving to l mond will" work on phases of naval
;i | j forir.Ji of fat special value for TAilPA--State:: Attorney J. Rex (TIt) I K1MKTAMPA :
> and stores and cellulose
o
develop: vex gra*) i way fchslJren
who are too oi-i to tak Farrior announced<< that all eight L. F Chapman. .
superintendent
r r j.-odtjcing more (rrajn.In I In addition to its ,
expanded curricula
mid-morning lunch at they digest: lot the indicted defender- will be of the State Prison Farm i Q ants i :
11 grajM propagation: l and re- the School of Forestry will. j I I t Yr. C.rsf'rr.2lry: /'
I more slowly than other kinds of bet
at
i 3 r I placed on trial in Bartow on Oct. Raiford told the Florida StatE
March. our nation i is aozzi '*..bat be- I I food and help to keep them comfortable have enlarged quarters early [in the 5 for the floggtng-murd'r of Joseph Christian En-leaver' Convention ytK cK Y( tr r6 yin V crvt7 Nc aw' a n, rS
wind: nation of Europe tbe i! fall semester. It will. the
Ys' many until lunch time. You! occupy
!, Shoemaker in Tampa in November here that the public alone and not
1' latter having alizd the import* I need to avoid to other ex- fourth floor of the Horticulture
r going 1935. The case was moved : law enforcement officials<< prison
are of this three decades! or Building and its old quarters in the
crop .yt
tame in the matter of fats. Fried I YeUItM
to Polk County of which! Bar- officials or the Pardon Board S) C N .
s more ago! They nave been working1th foods other foals! 'College of Agriculture<< Building YM1 Ry
j or > heavy with fatare tow is the could: curb the
i i county seat fnm HillsI ] continually mounting
i .'.- gras>. rotating and plantIng will. be use-1 for other i I I 1 Yr1
) hard to and \I I purposes. ttrsMr
s'f t 4 digest are not goodchoices borough|I County Tamp-( in 1&36 cost and suffering of crime. He p : ,
them and striving to develop I for the school child's break Classrooms In the new dairy products i>, under a Change 'of venue order. urged the young people attending q Y r //

improved gnuea for thirty years fast. building will be ready for -._ __- ----.-- the convention and like .I rr. M* r,

t j lur 1,*, n f, while log under work,, way.f thij in type America U Just! get I A menu for a good sensible: and!I ,' use raester.with the New opening <>t the fall lie'I' UXKGK ('Rot' f'OrJ-\.T: them to give thought to groups crime prevention f. YM1 Q Ytr* F eery Y'ttvr ,l YrQ

low-cost breakfast for a L courses in market Instead of crime
1 economy punish S1M 'et- D Fary1
+ State Experiment Station workers school day could Include hot. whole, milk, dairy engineering. ice cream WEST PALM BEACH II. U ment. and outlined four essential! Ppkuted re. :::::.:4 L 1PQ yr

f 1 are now ntudying! and working gra.n cereal with" brown" sugar and I j manufacturing, and milk plant pro. Mounts, country farm agent/! said factors of a campaign against 0 d t :, __
.
l i with in their effort to be ducts will be offered early plantings in the t -1
grass
top milk: soft cooked egg on buttered to students Everglades of service to the Florid. farmer. the-first area forecast of the
i ) toast squares or a toasted I 'during term according to i; one largest health; Education: Personality.
1 ;}:VtJle this work has. been going on bacon bun; milk and fruit. Dr. I- M. Thurston professor of I I I: Fall
tor a number of years, it Is now reoeivicg -t Remember, whatever we can do, dairy. manufacturer The course operations during the past TO Tin .\lCn.'I1 u. LEGMARLINNA''Undaunted GET WtMr YOU WANT -PAY FOR WHAT YOtSGEtOftTB

it ; r : greater emphasis than to make breakfast a cheerful meal. in dairy engineering will be taught week showed a sudden spurt. be by the e KO. 1 Ores no. P f

r ever. It t III the of Dr. H. |I land 1 by Frazier P.ogers, professor of said. Plantings are expected to .... An ..... .
t, l opinion one that will stimulate food 1 j]'' ( loss of a leg, Frank Zych Is going: .... .-...-., 1 T..) rN ChaJF This Hr-qwpw, I Tr. A7 7rnor .=t
Harold Hum, assistant research I and comfortable 'agricultural engineering. i continue heavy for the next few to OOf!
| appetite) provider try out for the Marianna high Ma / }
r ,, Erector, that the future of the Cat i j i leisurely feeling during the meal Dr. F. B. Smith, widely-known weeks. He estimated! between 500 I school football team this season 6 .:'GB: : I $2.10 3 J::ram A f$2-4

I y' tie industry! in this state lies primarily will pay dividends in health and ,, scientist in the field of soils, will and 600 acres of beans are being 'He hopes special adjustments to

in the ability of the farmer ',: happiness of all the family succeed: Dr. O. C. Bryan, who recently cultivated for early October picking an artificial limb will make it
pos
t' Eli, to produce good grass for his!! stock. I entered commercial work. in the Lake region Some sible for him to run with at least a ml. x.wrpap.s. 1 Y"NO. a AD Four TU 11'__orrna, 1 Yt. 4 A3; S.a

.I ; Crass has rome to the front In PK'\V; t.KOUKliiATTKM 1S ILL as professor of 8'>11.6. Dr. Smith growers said about 1.000 acres<< measure of the speed he showed 2 oo A F., Call" 2 .
1 igricuiture It has come to stay : > .,:O>Sl'\I. TO'1C one of the outstanding men in Mis I would be planted! by the end of in winning I .. } .25 } so
a place on a tri-state I $2 Ma.tnwIromCm a 52.
there, for ka Gee B 3
;i fannera are fast realixirg .*T FIELD LItOR.1TORY'MONTICELL0 field! comes to Florida from Iowa this week. Paul Pardin. Canal all star eleven last The 176- .. B

{t, Its importance )in svicceairfulJtve State Urlversity. He will. work | Point newspaper man. estimated pound l halfback year.
was aboard a truck<< |
) toek arid crop praluctlon.YYY --- Florida pecan under the direction of Dr. R. V. A-I') 30.0OO acres in the
1 EvergUdes'would last
January when
?-.- --- will here lison who Is in of soils it crashed intoa
charge
growers gather on September be under cultivation I
I this tree. A severe fracture made itnecessary Artcaa Boy 2.00 Mod... ICe aaIa 4 Ira.nll. 121Awieaa !
Tt expectation of life table: in li to Inspect experiment: i iI I jsoils chemistry teaching research. Winter, an increase! of 5.000 over I rnlll C....... 1.71 2.0oa Plctve I ::
this country show that the aver-1 I at the State Experiment Station last for physicians to amputate A..rt__ M.-... u. 0p8a dead kr 8oTL. yn.... I02as.
I
year.Wall his left leg. .., -. Dad Gc oI__ LOG Oppo.raairp )aemlaa 100
I
Nw age expectation of life at firth 1! field laboratory and to visit outstanding Expect 2,000,000 II er..d.r'. _1M .70 ........ x.-. 2Capps' 42
{ j'r for men is 5533 years and for woic.n orchards in this section -I rarm.t 1.71 PathftacI_ Ikin : 10
,, US' ''g :S r?52 yarn I I IBf II iUccording to G. H. Blackmon acting I' Northern VisitorsTo Warns September we will give these lists! Chad LIIe LIS Ploy_ c.z_ 1iicari.e
to the )II a R.a14 111CoU.t.
field
-- _ _! bead of the Station horticulture Firms to'SubmitLiability advisers for checking : 1aT..orte... too
_ j1 S >CHKDILEouthbouno State 1937.38 I i against all firms in their districts.I Couaer wm..klI rr-- I." Pop1aJar )t.rhaak. t ii2.llsear !
department Reports Those firms which have not filled LII Papaim Id_ Moathlr_ tnDlrla !
Penny iowaN' $72 Il.di W..... 'I.ahelra1L.--
I + F N I; 267- event at the laboratory. ; FI.14 aad la.2.13 5sv..... .t ..orte__ Ino.
o Due PUrke 1145pm.: : pecan |; the adding machines past 2,000.000) TALLAHASSEE- -Several hundred to do so. .., Graw.e 3.43 atr..aiaaa I

No, 202-.Due Starke 12.15 p.m.JN'o : is expected: to attract growers from i j j in estimating the number of tour- firms in the State have not "The liability reports will ajso Hose Ara-IfMtlJenolt t.IO sersa PlaT 1.00Ho
201-Due Starke all sections of the pecan-producing :j,, sent In their and CanIe- '.45 SU.., Oce..a 1.00
lets who will
t 10:20: a.m.1 come to Florida this liability reports to the be checked to determine whether a _
t Northbound area of the state. The program !' winter. unemployment Laoo".,mow...X09QIIae U Seee..mi al'O i iMcCaw.
division firm
j compensation Is or is not liable for taxes for a.50 Tara' >v
for the day will get under way at I'j I' of the industrial commis the LI..torf' J>I.... 4.50 True store N.e....... 221!
I TCo. 202--Due Starke P.m.1 \V. M. Taylor. state hotel commissioner first nine months of 1937. j x..aaIIMI 2.00 We..aa'a Worl4 1.10
1:5O:; 10 o'clock In the
1tin. 204-'/;/ Due Starke 4:15: Fertilization. Insect morning.control cov-i i, is out with. a predictionof skin Harold C. Wall director of These taxes will be collected on or i j
3 No. 206- -due p.m. 2250.0OO visitors-up half a unemployment compensation. said before October 25."
Starke 9:15 and other
er of
p.m. crops phases pecan
/
million from last yesterday. A recent opinion of the Attorney
season. -
No.
206
-Due Starke I
I 3:35 a-m. culture and production will be I sfsslrflentlement
I-.V 211 L: ..ie-et! .Tk.:'-> 03 a m. studied and research workers will "They'll spend nearly thrp -.quar.I "Many firms on "ur lists that General stated that taxes; un-

I S..rdeB.. .... Agent : Etulty'I'Etrv 'rliin dern'.natraU ,n plots and I ters of a t"U'on dollars.." said Taylor we vent liibihty! blanks to haven der the Florida unemployment r

e .' 'iti ,, "I get that by figuring tbe .t filled! them in and sent them compensation law accrued from the .
r .
r- .te th..I".
court- m ( 1.i I enclose! !.__!et which please send n e
first
tack to us. Mr Wall day of '
) ; fc uc visitors will stay an average of six: ; saf L I January of this year. with arur'
I Our lists are being checked This is to allow the State tk. magazines I baTe checked, together
as to '
ty days each and and re-
OE.IP .\:0:>1) RLLNTIC HOoL : spend average ,
I each report comes back, to 'celve up to subscription to yon newspaper
of S3 us so ninety per cent credit
each.
a day '
.... ST. At'CCSTISE-The 52nd
f ...
esj j
i !
that we can have an accurate on the amount which would other-
This
summertime S
forecast of
Ion of the Florida State School
:
MalariaCOLDS check of those who. are i jwise have to be paid the Federal Name_
tourist business cooperating
started
6 6 6 I II. for tbe deaf and the blind l located: years ago
tie I. :x ".,. in this city will open for the 1937RchoItMtic ,, in Florida. The State Chamber of with us. These liability rp Or'a pfg I "vernment under title IX of the '
.;J-. term on Tuesday Commerce and others figured the are due on September tl and are \1FC '"ral >eta 1 security act. I I Street or R. P. D Jd

Lrgrln T"II.TI Feptember 7, with an expected tourist trade at $30O,000,000) a supposed tl> be in the Tallahassee ..- '
registration
rk.t _., office by that date 'r
j1 r ."Lr.0.1:: ..flat.3U / of :325 pupUs the first rUy.T" year. f I Thtre are seventeen acres<< in Li fltf.'r
l DROPS "Ml...r. C' J Settles, president ane J B. Sullivan, former state ho- 'During the first two weeks of (White House grounds. lt.
w Tn' -nok-Mr-TI.i."_W.rtd'. B..t I tel
Llafnea' .' J Saturday. commissioner- estimated at the-
night or the 183t-35" seasontherewere !

l.SOO.OOO:: LSitora
!spending $5
BORES FUNERAL HOME a 'lay.
7N
"' Full !lint of Caskets k Undertaken uP"U". Florida population Is 1.606.O.and ( ,

j AMBULANCE SERVICE those who discussed Sulli

4 A } OAV AJS'U. FIGHT van' figuring pointed 1 out that the I WHATWHERE.WHOF

33 PHONE 53 visitors Just about doubled tbe
I
G. II. IIE.VXETT.: Mirr. population. I

h "AIIOME.L1KE_ : INSTITUTIONBEASLEY'S : Sullivan stood pat on his statement

e and the next: year he raised I

It by 10000O and then brought it

up to l.i5Q.OlJl in the past winter

,, i! f SERVICE STATION-j season.Taylor succeeded SuUi'anal- BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA

hotel commissioner last spring. Today IllilNKi I LET t'S GIE Mr- -
I VOl'R PLUMBING: .
: ,M STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS i he made his first estimate of M 1 A THOROUGH HOC K F. C. TWO FOR ONE rantC'1.E.1N1N0 \I.L
Hollingsworth PurrhaM, (ere'
what business' :
y ail be In personaland
I .Iono:>..os.s C.LO-t'Iit

f l I r, ATLAH. 'JIHE TtBE. AND B\TTERIES. OUR TIRES AND winter.dollar numbers in the coming @.tJ" I J. L. SimmonsPlumber Hog And Hominy FIOOK POLISH, 7V: I'"

B\TTEISIE; ; ARE IO:>( ()SIJTIOI..L" GUARANTEED: elf Pnli!.hlnirRl'V
t: FOR ONE _\ AXIJ MONTHS.:: : f Florida, said Taylor: has 1.433 iLl 1 r I FARMS : ONE: --r.ET ONK: ttiff-' -
: h'ti i : hotels with\> 70,454 rooms 5.364 rn Ilottle Co.
W.\'lfJsG-l'OI.I"nSG-\\xrSCi-4_: ; : A !vpertalt i: ,. j i Sterilized I f Bradford Hdw.
apartment houses with 123.912
li b' rooms, and 6.900 rooming houses Th Pauoe That Refresh'. ELECTRICAL J. B. c.uLru' ow) '

; 1f FOR ROAD SERVICE CALL 60 f +: with M.215 rooms There are 7.I I' :: CONTRACTOR I Denmark ",.,... e!

I 733 restaurants with seating accommodations WE ARE Tell the buyer what cox h.t'
ASK ABOETEA EXPERT: TORINO: AT
j o 'I l *V PAYMENT: Our Prices FLA. MOTOR i. for 227,291 patrons. PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS : RE.%.-OV.UU.E fRICESAN : I Furniture Co. to !sell in the W hat V here ;tit;!

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: LINE AGENT HERE Why .t \
r i PL tON TIRES Were strrtl.e aP'r
I rr t i *: BATTERIES Are Right L-\(.'" ('ONWAY J Nearly 17.000000) tons of shipping Mitchell's Drug Store O. J. PHILLIPS >- KeceUIngtcrk Nea: ter all the buy! ihe.
Da .
: are handled annually by the 1 E\try ; Be Sure to predates reading short to-
Service
Qukk
1 t.Q4 taxi -,- --- _ .... _ J J principal port of the Rhine river.I Dependable L\\\'TEl' I See It Before! You Ba)'. point advertisement. Tr>' _lte.




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,, ,,'. !SEPTEMBER: 10. 1937 '
m \ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE., FLORIDA PAGE! SKY1ZI c.h1HKKB .

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| CHUICH UIKECTOICV with their false fronts are still yesterday, doesn't help when you : \V, O. ':\II'mUIEE DIES i ('.\> T\MiKltI\K JUICE: : I The Indian population in thin i

B\iisr c-HficcH standing.At I experience a blow-out while you're Globev.. :Murrhee, 51, son of the I I I country in 1192 has been estimated ;,
( -
HKvr I II
B. Price, Pastor. .e one time It was a rich hell! hitting It up or speed around a. lute Mr. and Mrs. J. 1\1. Murrh at 848.000 In 1930 It was 332- '
lie*". C kete ] I ALTOONA Dr Charles Demko ,
School. 10 o clock a. m., roaring gold mining town. curve to find the road blocked and of Starke. died August 27 In 397
Sunday Box says he has found the answer toFlorida's
The miners had built .a crude I Insufficient! room to stop. : Plant City. His death came as an I'
.
fh'imas' Supt.yfarnlag "tangerine problem "I SIOMMII U.K.tl.I.tU: :
A Worship 11 a. m mud to Doer Lodgeover which It is the average, experienced, nettle shock to the family as he "
I briefly
t tsafe" can the juice, he explained
at 6:30 I they brought out ore and took In driver who Is causing to was apparently In good health the There is no need to let stomach
meets : m.
V: P U. p. Dear Mr Matthews Dr Dtmko said he had prepared 1
8 Worship 8.00: m. : their supplies. One wonders how day's accidents This Is the driver lay' before. died, following aIn gas cause' Ions of sleep and upset
ling p. hundreds of cans of juice employing
Ev" Teachers Meeting Wednes- K.: VValnwilght ( "Joe"i, whois I on earth this was accomplished who must be reached by law enforcement nt t attack. your disposition Just take a spoon
s "a natural law of chemistry
q with the G. L. O. In Mon. without machinery. They must agencies and who must ful of Ulsma-Rex in a glass! of
Survey ( He died in Plant City where he
15 BI which the Juice sweet a
p. keeps
tat i tana writes of his have been super men for they had be appealed to by safety cam- water before going to bed. BIllm'L'Rex
;!,dweek Prayer service. Wedoeadey no interestingly ,I had' been In business for fifteen and fresh-tasting.. Growers "last
and thatI nothing but brains:! and muscle-- paigns that are to get results relieves stomach discomfortdue
surroundings' experiences, Funeral services were held
') m.)1ETIIODLYT years. .
S::0' p. season took a loss on approximately
to
am giving you extracts from aterent and must have been endowed with Economic: News Review. the next afternoon at three o'clockin id-Indigestion quickly.
400.000 boxes of tangerines
bottle of SO: doses for
Buy a SOc at
CIIVRCIIRev letter I received from him marvelous courage and fortitude ..
: : ----- tbeo'.n's funeral home. The
which
were thrill 1 grade and could
\', ,t. Fisher, Pastor t think I wouldn't have missed\ this the Rexall Drug Store- -The Mitch
\ as it will be of general Interest ex Rev. Levi I Gentry pastor of the
"tll'S I.KAI* .\ IIOItSK: not be shipped, he said. "While 2- ell Drug Store in Starke. -Adv.
School10 a. m. perience for anything, for I feel
sumMY: First Baptist Church of Plant City
TO \\ ,\TtU 830.000 boxes were shipped In our
Worship-11 a. m. that as long as I live I will bear the
jloiaing Joe has officiated. Interment was In tjie
been
promoted to position hurry 1 to get this big crop to market -
League-7:15: p. m. indelible mark of this big country I Memorial and bearers .
Epworth: of principal assistant to the Henry J. Eustace speaking be- Cemetery pall as many as 100 cars were shipped ,fffMfff
Kvenmgf; Worship-8 p. m. engineer on the project on which before which one of necessity w<"reJ.: G. Sparkmaiv H. G.And..I. l a day It Is estimated. the mar. fffV6ANCPO8
fore
the Oregon State College Economic -
,'tnnds; in utmost ;/ Z'/
Prayer meeting Wednesday at they are engaged-vU.: Surveying humility ... B V. Knight J. C. Acker- I.A.
Forum ket will\! take
-..E. J. WAINWRIGHT. recently pointedout only forty cars a dayat .
I g p. 111.You J large tract of land for a nation. man. B. C. Thrasher and A. N
to all these that continuance of mass production to the "The depandabla prescription for Cold.
are Invited serv- :al forest Joe writes aa follows:- Drummond Mont Thrasher! a profit grower
Written to: of agricultural productsIs I ChlII.,F.ver, Malaria,and Influenza.
solution to the problem I believeIs
I Ices This Is a wonderful state. They Gape W. Murrhee was born near
Lucia S. Alvarez.IIV dependent upon mass consumption At drag itor, 25a or lend stamp to
Presbyterian Church have unlimited resources such as .+ In the urban Industrial areas. I Graham on March 16. 1881He to can the Juice" he said I ..than Dm C".3aeluronviU.Fla..r .
H. Pastor Iron, gold coal gasoline. ---- --- He likewise out that if attended the Bradford County High
Rev George Lowry, \\ TOI.KKA1K IT ? I pointed 'I .
:SuBiM Services: There are wonderful ranches and Kdrtor Western American agriculture Is I: School and later took a business.

10 oo a. m. Sabbath School. fine cattle. We spent two days on Telegraph: to compete In the Eastern markets, I II course."

11 Oa.\ m. Morning Worship. the Lewis ranch and surveyed a We all remember how a case of I cost of distribution must be held He U survived by nU wife and For Expert RepairingSmith's

section of land dow one sun. James \\'. M in lire of
4 30 p. m. Young People's Vesper they were buying. spinal meningitis occurring in our M. 1

Service. The ranch consists of 3000 acies, school this summer caused the It Is easy enough to boost prices i Plant City one brother of Starke, t

Sermonette by Pastor. most of It irrigated.We I school to close! two weeks ahead of sky high through laws that penal. I I two nieces and one nephew

..
Midweek, Service: are now camped thirty miles time In order to guard against a i/e low-rost merchandisers, legalize ,1 I +

7 3p.. m. Mission Study from (Poison in the Missouri rangeof I possible spread! of the disease.! Yet price-fixing and eliminate various At the age of fifty-two the average GaragePhone

8 w p m. Prayer Service. the KocklrH, 7,000 feet above s..aI 'ill this time another source of con economical selling methods. but i i expectancy Is men 72.53 years

I level There Is plenty of snow every tagion far worse than that of .any you can't make a recalcitrant con I j I and women 73.43 years. I

ll.ini'wood, JtaptlHt Church j jour purely physical disease< is permitted Hirmcr When rise faster 120
where and very told. All of buy prices 'O'I'U': ">' "'J'r.u' \ i'no
fUv I. (i. Hi'mliigwu" / Pu
!Services. 10 :13 every a. m. Services Sunday at Bible 3:30: [ had to ride twenty miles on 111 I I nights every week, and parents and fheiper' products. Consumer .\ ( :: !>IICIIKIM inn: \...111\1':10".1'11..1 I"a01'1"1' :,: Wrecker Service Day or NightLEDGER

iiudy mule to get my typhoid shots j .1 (ply expose their children to its resistance has been felt heavilyat Mi I r, > limn, rO: lJ'\: *nl.1 holder, of TuxOitiriiiiro
'clock In afternoon. I N" 'IfiIseued' tin I Till
o This Is u virgin country: It has' It-adly Influence, often accompunv-' times in recent years, notably in i\it\\ 01'I1".t, ,t. l U I'll.l! :: IIIIN filedsnore __ _____ ___ _ ._=P
: them theie the of meats In (>rf It'tf nail) hart ntiMlil ii --
irIiiii: L H\P1IVT CHURCH: ng case" Dining a time IMV ii-
never been mapped or nuiveyed her
|Ill UltlU1 fill ft ,tax deed l I td llH iNNIJHllth
H.I... ,\. Donnley, Piwtor. tore. No sign of any one over There can hardly be a more saddening when meat prices were zooming, ",'run SH Id ,'ro-'lrh..I"I ern Irnrestale t'i

Services every first Sunlny. sight than young people sales tell! off the consumer. bought rollonlMK fl. 11.1 ptopHily. 'inthe
being here before Moose elk
us. t'oiiiitv, of liruilfiMI., State' uf
Sunday School, 2:30: p. m. deer and bears are common sights. and little children passing through: substitutes.The I''I"rld.1. l to-\ II :
:: and Services the door of a theater announcing"A Sinil, heitHt ijiiuiti'l,* or =N'til" UtPUHtI i OUTFIT
Bible :Study:: Prayer :: The trees! are magnificent. Manyof upshot of this Is cleo 1'- -the Juarler nf >"rl 11 loll 17 'I'tiwni4hii\ |'

every Saturday night.St. them 200 feet tall. There are Big Love Scene "A Beautiful fanner finds his markets dwindling South.' ,llHtiife: 22 "?:Scat .IIllIlu- I
BI(1nd'omlln In His Life" "Could IIIK10: ) .toms, IIIOIH nr |less.
yfitrl.'e Church millions of acres of as fine spruce He may get a little higher 'tile .i see Mille nf the alt|1,1 propel -
Episcopal and pine as one ever HI\V. I! lie Resist etc. f pricebut there Is no profit in thatif t \- miller the MI 11 ....rllrh...'it IN* .4
Morning prayer and Sermon on When we think of the millions Riit'itIIM In .the 1111''ate i>f iii,known.
his .
m-cond, and fourth Sundays at I am not used to mountain total sales are materially cut. t'IileeF Hllilt. < tl'lif t.Y.to suit, ,11 l hIt It*.
the I who have their hearts! and minds. Today progressive farm groups flHenifft .HrrnlilitiK' tn law tprop\ -
H a m. Holy Communion Saints climbing or plowing; this:! snow poisoned by these shows fltv" ,itewil'Ibi'il therein, ulll he Hold
at 10 a. m Litany and choir but am getting used to it and likeit every warned by past experience are lu 1 the hlnlu'Kt hldclcr.. at the court
Days I week it Is enough to make one among the most aggressive opponents h.......* door on the. rtint" Motiiliv, III
priictice every Friday night at 7:30p. : better every clay. realize the existence of the devil the "month of ll<'tol><>,r. t.7.| rthkhIn
of legislation that I. ,
This is wonderful penalizes the 4lh day, of 0..1", i917.
m. a countl.yI even if the Bible said nothing low-cost merchandising sys- 1 "Ditfd i thin let, ilay ..HtpiiMiilit-r,
I Everything so vast and big that its I ill 17.
about It. "Day after day and week
'hrhtlan terns and Inefficient tlls-
( Church j almost inconceivable The streams pampers \ltt.'t'-'I"r." StiAf.)
ifter week the year round the tribution methods by legal flat A. J. 'IIUIMAH,
Services at the Christian Church and trees are so magnificent that fleck" .r l'Io''ull (I'inn ".r1I".dt",1
Sunday morning and evening ; nastiest pictures conceived in the They know that such laws hit at ,i County. Flurldo.
every one feels his utmost; Insignificance
|
salacious minds of apparent degenerates the pocketbook of every farmer in I !9-H-Bt-lO-l
al eleven and seven o'clock respectively in
comparison. One can climb
any conspire to stimulate animal the land us well as every con-
mountain around here and I
peak
to deaden
passions delicacy, nunier.
fee this lovely countfor/ hundreds .
and to make virtue fool
king' | *lry Lake Biiptlnt Church I of miles. Parents a Prices should', and do rise, from, MODERN KITCHENS
you are responsible to the
Rev Ivan Bohannan Pastor natural impetus in a period of recovery -
j Our base camp Is now situated God! for the care of those whom
I The farm need usalli a.nd
Preaching services every fourth.. and manufactured folooli
\ in the heart of Deer Lodge you have brought Into the world.
Sunday 10:30 o'clock A. M. Nlltlon'l goods price level should and
al Forest. The nearest What excuse will you be able to does keep pace with increases. in ..i

twenty miles over a rough mountain I offer Him in the day of judgmentfor the national Income and I R.UBYI

trail.\! We are almost Isolat exposing them to the deadly infection
mg power But we should PUrChalj.// I
BOB JONES 'ed. All of our supplies come by'mul. of most of the movies? tinually on guard Aa iceptional value( Conal.lta oi "

.. tl'l1ln.Ve have mail only Dcn't let them attend taking painsto uies and policies that reduce honest looms leaf ledger binder, 20O ledger i,

I twice a week. Most welcome tome show clearly why. Just as you Colorful, waterproof greaseproof .heel* and A-Z, 26 division leather
Comments On Here competition, and widen the tab lodea. Bound in.durable ImilaHon
Is the which reaches and to clean TiU need no
I I Telegraph kept out of school during that easy
cost between
spread producer and leather, color red or black. Steel I
And Hereafter me weekly In spite of the fact we
i I move frequently.We Ernest ThoJ nqu..ltL. water but you can't make him 'I .tt given without obligation Push button for quick opening no key required. Sheet are white

had eighteen inches of snow. ----- -- up
Someone In speaking of a great lust Sunday the 4th of July. Dim Kits C\SK:

naturalist said "He loves the garden I' This is the third largest state .\( (IDKNTS by artificial means but you can't CENTRA FI..A. Bloch' No. Deeorlptlo. ,..... K.II f
i' make u man buy Economic: News i TILE A MARBLE
but he has never met the Gardener -,
In the Union. Right where we are of traffic accidents Review. I J OuU1I-Red $t.OO J
There millions of I Ninety percent / ( 020006 flgby Ledq.r
are camped was at one time the richest are caused by experienced I 1 I 020007 Ruby Ledger Oul/il-Black/ 4.00
this world! !
p."pl.'h" live In 74)7) 'OIU'Na
;: sold: producing country In the supposedly.safe drivers not by the

which Goo made, breathe God's air, I west. Little Gold Creek flows ) Inexperienced. motorist said Ralph .tom I <<)" !: : ,:

walk: through, God's forests listen I IU right through our camp. And millions Lee safety expert, at the recent BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Gnu Dlrds sing revel In the i of dollurs worth of gold were | Western Safety Conference He :

binutv i' 'he floweis God planted I taken from the face of the moun-I sited a California survey which I I Iit J R

ann in MI night time look into the .I.tains: -which are literally covered I .showed that seventy-five per' cent 01., flOBIDAHIG4JUGHTS "hNN N
p-
sk' millions of lightsw !
an wt
with ruins of old mining "
camps 'f traffic fatalities in that state ...,
:h' d kindled and yet neverm I have visited several of them I were chargeable to drivers! with nniverage .;'"9 'I .

"il t Thinking people certainly '- and one especially I fcnmJ most | of eight f:Kc.'! '. '
years experience, :'
Know there is a God Would-1 i intriguing It consisted nf eight/ I.who had never had-a previous acIc'ent ,1.!rKeasO iGii.1i". : \ ''h:::,:, I

nf you think that everybody would tinge cabins and a blacksmith'' !' II:. ...'..'" ''';'' .,

wn i know Him? It i Is:! posslbh shop. On the door of one r.ibin. J''f,1: : 7n"'. /4(
II Finally he said!, before" accidents
in nen to know Him. Jesus: vita a sign rending: "Be back in a |
"an be prevented, the ,popular> belief ;
-11' 'Mi that hath Keen me hath few dldut...... Aug. 14th 191 L'I j 1\1iiN01LE\
that the great bulk of them are
seen I ih "',,ther." In Christ dwelt i Upon entering the cabin I couldalmost I (
aused few -
: by a relatively con .
th rui less: : of the God-hem I bodily sense' the presence of its 4'as' 'e r tl y
Tferiilally; reckless! or Incompetent .,
tenua: WitS God manifest In the ,01 n1<"I' occupant i, J JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA 'e'h
persons" must be corrected. It Is 4S
fltwli The man who knows Jesus i There was even wood in the "
:10: longer true.Overestimating.
knows God. "How can I know --tove. plates on the table. The beds:! | safety factors OARNETI ANDREWS M,...

Him someone asks. "He that i ill had blankets on themand except (has turned many a driver who usedto ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT. Ibis .

Cometh unto Him must believe that for the dust and decay It had be carefuly into a dangerousmenace ...dam, Bfipraol heal IA the has of dawntaw .
He Is i I nil! the appearance of being inhab JtduoflviHe... Every room .,ih tub and.
and that He Is the rewarder on the highways. Where i>.w.., tall ...., ailing l.f>, .&., il,'ll.i
o if them that diligently seek Him" : ited. the' cars of a few years ago gave w._ dam. ... E... Bed wild ,lnn..... Men cnnnot discover God. God te-1| I found several, magazines dated of .na end feeding lee)*. R.. .. Ice
you a thrill at forty, the cars
.a ....,II....
1910. I found cabin
Yesterday a
venlH Himself to penitent trustingmen. .
today do sixty and seventy with All" CONDITION
Some who read these! lines'' in which were over 100 sucks of ease. That makes for comfortable COCKTAIL IOUNGI COME SNOB %.

know from gold ore ready to be taken to the DINING AND MUTING ROOMS ,
personal experience Undisturbed all! these motoring when all goes well-but RMSliieh. es.. ,...... .... 1 .' t
that there Is u God. He Is as real smelter. 'nek of vibration, and motor I 3100 MRee tt.M p.vr.er.y r", #A'i'
1
to them as parents as real as their years whether from the InaccessaIjility ,smoothness doesif t help when you c--; 11.00 ... R.w p.10 'TJIG

nun lives. How wonderful It Is or from the strict moral code ,careen:: head on Into another car at I ) **. .frftftM. efce> .SOP 'I /.IAGNfCgNrBAN } ..'
that there who knows'The ....aWUe OF TJlJ: W % \ t
frail, stumbling mortal man existing I a mile-a-nrinute clip. And the fact ;3 ; r'
can owner had evidently departed 0.... & use ".,.1., 7 .
actually know the God who I that
today's highways are safe ,
1.h MoraL 1)110'. r't
CrE'l\pd: \ in a hurry--perhaps to go to Aw1e r t 'i '
this _
universe! I from an engineering standpoint ''' ''.0. SIlWlH@'j/J$
some newer and richer field.R1ki ( .
r hen compared to the roads of 'j'' f
!crime.u Is here in abundance. I .ARgLYSEEiY ;: ,

faith."By glace are ye saved through One day recently, in spite of the &KC&PT ON FSTIVJ i

.
That Is what Bible
the
Jeers: of my companions over thistenderfoot OCCASIONS"I I '. '
.
ays Any man who knows the having any luck I started At 'w

mental processes of an unregener- elkIn the WORRIESwith T stI :
sled man knows that this Idea of tracking a hlg snow. END BOOKKEEPING .. .
t found him three miles from camp
salvation did not begin In human ONI 01" 711& 71llNMESr "
brain -as he thought- hidden by clumpof I -
The unregeneratcd man. un snow-covered brush. I killed ,
Of
til /sJlrs/
he is brought under
the con .rim at the first shot. ( We are permitted ri

victing. power of the Holy Spirit, to kill game for fresh meat ALLFICTScomplet
IE.ss .
\\111 never admit that he cannot for camp). His antlers measured i

save himself. "I believe I will! bePaved .orty-two inches across and I am ,
_
because I have tried to treat sending the antlers home. I '

my neighbour right and be honest In one night I killed twenty- r ..1 bookkeeping

na fair" That is what a man three porcupines. They are quitea outFit .yyy'
add
to the writer one time. Poor nuisance In camp. Most any

""""' If that la his only claim on morning you can see bears eating .i_

"alvation he la hopelessly lost. "All jut of the garbage hole. I've not V '... :. to r'e, J.I.P .
OUr righteousness Is aa filthy iad the nerve to try to shoot one -

}ag5.! Kindness In dealing with a let- -a8 you must get them at the Full Instructions and $350 $ lil$

"'iRhbor, honesty In business relationships brat shot for your own safetyI Specimen Pages Included! |

loyalty to family and night not be as lucky as I was 3 t&Jf/ltf;
Outfit
"me In Each
are commendable traits.What! with my elk!

*' M'ld' this life be without these Recently visited a true "De .

the 1111154 However, the best act of serted village. It had been called It shows every day hew J cruet:! money is due you '
highest Prlnceion." I counted) over 100
type natural man pre-
med to God as claim| | for | ihncki and the old I hotel and saloon and how much ycj: c5., Pointed headings: for Rizarr and oriental
a gll va11 I In eRect, the TURBANi :: | The Sr'ANISIII.H'ItHI'! ; : :'. is a time( : H' I s
'm t> an insult to God. God has ___ I every transaction. 1 CiO r J pvyes with i month.y \ one of the most picturesque( feature of the food (fh of the ni hvHt degree. It rieiU and, r2, : -i

*" ('n record to the effect that plan of salvation Is unjust. I dot j summary sheets, 'nr-ul: I irto-8 account, and dress of the Florida Si-minolei. Once worn almost .i on the surface whore it eagerly tal.c mtirVixl' ;;;

"J1'.n sun is do a fallen creature and that the not door believe and it.let me Here In.I" am.That Open atti-j i balance lUst ir. I kit! ,1-:1: bocJxkeep.na; : (constantly Ita\ now seldom,' used except I' l
G .. nothing to save himself. during important occasions or celebrations It U shore during idler, but in Hat rh tint I Aird.
,
ha. also declared that there Is tulle Is an Insult to God The most I simple: : and cccu>!c j. made :
a'\ name hopeless of sinners\ the man who ] usually by wrapping shawls or handkerchiefs '' srhnoli of them enter the inlet amt' ( n."!>., who! It

among given under heaven thinks he can get to heaven with. many timps around the head and securing they afford find snort It I I. muiillv cau-'lit Ml>r {

Paved;' I but men the whereby we of can Jesus be out Christ and His atoning blood j The Bradford County them in shape by r band sometime.. made <>f both the. Ia: 't and l Went costs of I'lniidi, hr troll. I.
name:
Therefore, the man who presents The only man who is safe Is the i beaten' silver The whole' creates a brilliant, combination I In.t. I'1 1 'lulling for them u' dun mrwlv on the: I It.>..1 I i

nui' own" good deeds as a claim on man who in simple faith accepts Telegraph and never fail, l" attract unujual. atten title! but often very succesMful nn the l.nt of t'e''t. '...

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I ,AGRICfLTI: : COLLEGE aLIVE IIE\K TAX SUITS to the surface of thel'a
f f -.A'Jj 11 [1 I "' \ Ie titer
" BEGINS ,SCHOOL EAR TALLAHASSEE- Supreme his dive his uncle, F\lrJnltn ..'
'ofi \\1'fI1 I\IU.KH: FAC1'LTV Court set Tuesday, Sept 7, for Ing, brought him to shore I
I'
1 1 beatings on suits by six counties .+

i FARMERS SECTION I GA1NESVLLE The University STATE NEWSNews seeking to require continued payment KILLS (.C8KKM. Jt.\I'UH
,' 1 j of Florida College of Agriculture of state gasoline tax fundsunder 1
I full laws. J. When ;you buy11: ) aj ,?.
will begin the semester! on September special Comptroller
Conducted by Demonstration Agents 20 with additional faculty of Florida in Short Paragraphs I Ir AI Lee declined to make the payments you that get a full pint bottu aI'
really saves
members and facilities, accordingto on grounds the acts are unconstitutional ; you m..nl., .
49c! And It Is
Dean Wllmon Newell. Counties which have : double Ntn-m.
... that you can dilute
'/ II l New faculty members appointedby _- brought suits are Liberty, Calhoun, It,1, / ...i
the State Board of Control include I Wakulla, Washington, Gadsden and parts ot water and still had rl rI

I : DEAN OF EDt'.1TIO.NTALLAHASSEE \\KLK\KK BO\KD nEI>OItTSJACKSONV1LLE Jackson. germ! in 5 seconds Buy v'
RURAL Hints To Housewives -A of lution at the Rexall Diiitthe .
report ,
| Dr. Homer Hixun, who will teach President Ed- -- ----- t !

I medical and veterinary entomology ward Conradi announced the appointment administrative expenses of the YOUTH' IN.lt'KMDUADENTON > Mitchell Drug Stole .rAdv.

tI 1 II YiCOMMONSENSE Wwklj from* Home mon8tra- i In the Department of Entomology Saturday of Dr, RalphL. State Board of Social Welfare and .
: Melvin! Mizell,
i Bv SPI'DS JOHNSON Talh.haNoN I and Plant Pathology. A native of Eyman as dean of the School of its twelve district organizationsfor .
tion Speciallsta 20, suffered from a spinal injury
,
Oklahoma, he received the bachelor Education at Florida State Col- July showed a total of $3:>,236 There were
In a hospital here paralyzed from forty-two "
wel-
i of science Oklahoma lege' for Women. Clayton C. Codrington, state *
} degreefrom on Urited Stales !
e IMI'OKTANC OF iRS s HOOL-DAY BKE\KFASTS I fare commissioner, said the figures his. neck down. He was Injured schtuni ?"
i' Agricultural and :Mechanical Col- -- --raMISTRI.IL-l lines
HE STRESSF.D | during the first half ,
CANNOT when he dived into a creek near
would be submitted to a meetingof 0
1 l 1 IIt> He also holds the master of : DELAYGAINESVILLE
I IN F\RM1N: and ge AMore
Z TOO :MICH September once more, special his home at Parrlsh. Physicianssaid -! -- -
science and doctor of phllonophydegrees M B, the state board today as a guide
to ( Judge
Is directed again two neck vertebrae frac-
attention budget were than
the 10,300000
for September )
{ from Iowa State. His experience the drafting ) ) A
rl Florida Smith declared a mistrial) in nfi
? Agricultural leaders m the school child. I Gulf The report revealed! $21,313 tured and his spinal cord was damaged machines are In use !la An
includes study of the
and throughout the nation are now The late- rising hour\ so desirable case of Marlin Walker, charged! for When the youth did not rise homes. <*?
3r of the sum was spent handling
Coast tick and boll weevil
ttl poisons. the
i placing more emphasis on grass during vacation should now with "aiding and abetting"!

34 a, ',' than ever before Grass as a moansof give: way to an hour early enoughto | He comes to Florida from Iowa I slaying of Mis. Annlce Roberts in old age pensions.. ..
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v counteracting soil eron, grass' assure an adequate( unhurried where he was assistant state en- :\ Gilchrist County last Match aftera I It.mTALLAIIASREF.

r as an agent for enriching the soil, breakfast. i totnuloglst \ jury was unable to agree on a uqnm
,
} and giiiss as feed for cattle and mini in the day ;i Dr. K. A Ziegler, professor of verdict Local, federal WHAT
than
''i other livestock Is the object of I breakfast Mote needs any to be unhurried I I forest economics in the School\ of -- ... -- and state liquor officers went into

much research and endeavor now as well as! appetizing I. Forestry Dr Ziegler Is a native UOM\N: RELK\s: !' tour counties over the weekendto ,
and smooth-running
'. ''of Pennsj Ivanin He holds the de- JACKSONVILLE Justice of the make twelve arrests and! seize i
going on and If children -
t : yl J This emphasis i is timely and is get to bed nourishing In time! the night ', glees of bachelor of nits, master of Peace Sarah Bryan released Mrs. three stills, four of automobiles and, nine-2- I IS YOUR >
gallons whiskey
ty-eight
much-neadcd 1 In Florida agriculture before, they'11 be ready to get up arts, and doctor of science from Beatrice Brush, 35, following a preliminary -
is Franklin and Marshall College. Hei 'unnectlon ZOO gallons of mash Eight of the .
t H.'I in the agriculture of other in time for a comfortable breakfast heating in
e r static lt i use the importance of ; In fact, they'll he glad to, if : has hadvlde experience in the with the shooting her husband, arrests were made In Jackson And

{ grat can hardly be overestimated breakfast Is made a pleasant mpa!. field 1 of forestry, having served as I William Brush on August 26 Acoroner's Calhoun Counties one was In Liberty -
and three in Leon U S. alccv ,
'diiector : ,
of the State
Pennsylvania
Them was a time when grass was In this way the whole family will i jury, investigating! the fAVOWTEMAGAZINE
hoi unit officials here said.
f given little consideration becauseit avoid the hurry and worry, that Forest School as chief of the division family quarrel which culminated in tax. ..
grew BO freely and luihly in so rush and tear which jars nerves' I as /senior forest economistat : the shooting yesterday ordered the i

;1 't many sections, but the inroads of spoils digestion nnd dispositions' for the Southern Forest Experiment I woman held for grand jury iction.H n\'fTI.I'H'; RITE; KILLS: 1KHJS' i

tj w cultivated crops and increasing the test of the day Of course, patents Station, New Orleans, and in other --.------ -.-_ SANFORD- long-held! theory

numbers of livestock have made it have, to cooperate The meal ; capacities with the U. S. Forest \\ lI.i'ooOSI'I'OIS'1' tU; that hogs for some unaccountable

l N t au necessary to take stops' to propagate needs to be !ready, the right kind ,' Service. He is widely-known for I JACKSONVILLEFrank P. In- theory, were immune to the bitesof

+> ,w and protect it This his writings on southern forest ec- snakes, was definitely disprovednear
E' ,, piopu- good to look al'(!: good to taste easy gram state administrator for the
'. : t 1.1 j and have been I onomicsi I Ii here Witness the
gatlon protection lecontly.
;
on the appetite and digestion; yet ] Works Progress Administration
r found to save the rich i The staff of the :School: of of rattlesnake that YOU WILL PINT* IT
i R ,, necessary substantial enough ti last the child j Jo'ol'E'S-1'nnounted the appointment of J. Y. case a large f/ER 1
soil of our Kinds to enrich the soil try will be further augmented by '
1 until noon Breakfast does not : Wilson of Jacksonville as acting wandered into a hog pasture own-
p that has been impoverished, and to need to be an expensive meal It''!I two teaching fellows--Wilbur 13 state director of opeiatluns Edwin ed by J. D \"arren'arren, hear-

tit provide feed for stock. 'I can be one of the least expensivemeals I I DeVnll, 1937 graduate of the New S. Lofbeig was named as..lst.ant ing the squeal of his hogs and the a

t Farmers who once paid little at. [ York State College of Forestry, to Wilson. They succeed William rattle of the snake, was attractedto ggCggyyHoB* y MCCAHSJ

{; t tentlon to grass are now planting Breakfast should Include milk, I, and John P. Drummond. 1937 forestry A. McMullin and Charles \\il- the pasture. There he found that tHE1NQ I> /i '"' i Ji
1 ; end propagating permanent p&f- i graduate of the Utah .5tate the rattler had terrotizetltwo PictorialJreview is
large 4iqq..poStoly
fruit hot cereul, especially whole I 1 skey both of whom resigned recently [ 7TERNpMFSI
tures, having realirml that grass! ; Agricultural College. Mr. DeVall's s
I
+ grain, bieudstuff und fat In some large pOI'kersfinally killing FARM
will provide cheap feed for their I|project,I will deal with the ecologyof both of them ,
form, either butter, bacon, cream -- -
cattle and will enrich their land the slash pine, while Dr. Drum- ..
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or egg:\ yolk. There easily d'gelltelformB '
t Research workers! are striving to mond will work on phases of naval c1 Kit t RIME Rh
of fat have value for :
special TAMPAState Attorney .J. Rex
u
::14t I develop new grasses and ways! of children' who are too old. to take I stores and cellulose Farrior announced that all eightof TAMPA. L. F. Chapman superintendent *r
more grass. lunch In addition to its expanded!, cur- I of the State Prison Fa Y r. SsSS rQ
mid-moinlng as they digest I the indicted defendants will be I'm r0 aA

r In grass propagation and reproducing more slowly than other kinds of I. licula, the School of Forestry will placed on trial in Bartow on Oct, at Raiford, told the Florida State ).uteri Bo14ardtnbv;; of J "' ""* n
( ,'1 search our nation is somewhat be- food and help to keep them comfortable have enlarged quarters early in the I 5 for the flogglng-murdor of Joseph Christian Endeavor Conventionhere 0 Better Homtttrtd 6 V Q Ftmt County y, Arrir J JD

;' ''i hind many nations of rurope: the until lunch time You I fall semester. It will occupy the I Shoemaker in Tampa in November that the public alone, and not a Cvdt riCrOwif n+i a
latter having realized the importance fourth floor of the Horticulture law Flow Mwssin. } YI wIS M'buto.
avoid other enforcement
need to going to extreme 1935, The case was moved officials prison alb
t t a of this crop three decades or in the matter of fats. Fried Building and its oM quarters in the I' to Polk County of which Bar- officials or the Pardon Board, Nphlo ydur., .-2'Z Vi Yra Q Q N ce. Cl r N 1i '

l Y more ago. They have been working foods or other foods heavy with fat I College of Agriculture Building tow is the county heat from Hills- could curb the continually mount ,unit Q Hautehol

!' with grasses rotating and planting are hard to digest and lire not good will be used, for other purposes I borough County (Tampa) in 1936 ing cost and suffering of crime. He Q Cnsi ) Moa In4 .-'- Mil Iro/a Ir'sIW ALcen/t/ 1l Y, :'t

them and striving. develop choices for the school child break-I I Classrooms In the new dairy pro- under a change of venue order, urged the young people attending Ottorr Mpottn. -/ Yr. ad! l yz

improved grasses for thirty years, fast 'I'{! ducts building will be ready for -- --. the convention and, groups like 17 Prenla eeWy 'ft. O hug A 50r5f y r 7 rr,

s v'y while work of this type Is just get- A menu for a good., sensible and i I i''I use with the opening of the fall semester. L.XIUJK ('1101' F'IF.C.1"t'l'WEST : them to give thought to crime prevention ,- "a Q Iry bldun. .t ',

s I ting under, way in America. low-cost economy breakfast for a New courses in market 'I Ii : instead of crime punishment a Si jeA kollvinl 1' Q Ahod ,,45 Fum\l yr

I State Experiment Station workers school day could Include hot, whole i milk, dairy engineering, ice cream PALM BEACH M.\ U. I and outlined four essential Suety "ft. Q kbm.s JoumII a yr.

i'1' e, ,' are now studying and working gram cereal with brown sugar and manufacturing, and milk plant pro- I' Mounts! country farm agent said :' factors of a campaign against tryCart tde41o "_ -1 ti

+ f with glasses In their efforts to be top milk; soft! cooked egg on buttered ducts will be offered to students early plantings in the Everglades crime: A curb on egotism; Good 0 ye.

of service to the Florida farmer. toast squares or a toasted during the.fiist term according to area forecast one of the largest health; Education: Personality1'OTRY .

t" 1' _While this ,work has, been going on bacon bun; milk and fruit. Dr L. M. Thurston, professor of I Fall crops in recent years Farm- GET WH/1T YOU WANT PAY FOR WH/1T YOtTGEfc

1p for a number of years It Is now receiving Remember, whatever we can do dairy manufacturers. The coursein ing operations during the past .\KTIFK'I,\I. LEO

? pl ((6, greater emphasis than to make breakfast a cheerful meal, dairy engineering will be taughtby week showed a sadden spurt he l\IARJANNA---Undauntet.! by the ( OITEB WO. 1 OITEB HO.TUi I 4Tbi.

'. '' ever. It is the opinion of Dr H. and one that will stimulate food Frazier Rogers, professor of said. Plantings are expected to loss of a leg Frank Zych is goingto B.w._.,. 1 y,, All To.l..q Only J r-.pop.r, I y,. At: 0:o"J;

I t Harold Hume, assistant research appetite and provides comfortable agricultural engineeilng continue heavy for the next few try out for the Marianna high 6 Maa"'... B } 10 MaII II'. }

?+ director, that the future of the cattle leisurely feeling during the meal Dr. F. B Smith, widely-known weeks He estimated. between 500 ,school football team this sennon from Group $2_ 3 Ito. Group A ($2.40

Industry In this state lies primarily will pay dividends in health and I scientist in the field! of soils, will' and 600 acres of beans are being He hopes special adjustments to

in the ability of the farmerto happiness of all the family succeed Dr. O C Bryan, who recentlY : cultivated for early October pick- :an artificial limb will make it pon- OFTEN NO. I OITCT NO. 4ml.

produce good grass for his stock. entered commercial work, ing I In the Lake legion Some Bible for him to run with at least a l. K.w.pop.J. 1 Yf. AU Face IM M.wqpopr. 1 Tt*. AD 9.,.

'I i Grass has come to the front In PEC'\V (;iltOUEKSVILI.!'! I' as professor of soils. Dr. Smith, growers said about 1,000 acres measure of the speed he showedin 2 Maasla.from Gioup. A } For Only 2 .Ma...Group,cnln.. A } For Only

I agriculture. It has come to stay XrTtSOSSt'I.: TOUR one of the outstanding:! men in His would be planted by the end of winning a place on a tri-htate 1 Magatla. B $2a25 3 Ma'..... B $2.50
I
there for farmers are fast realizing .\'r ii ELI) L,UiOK,\TOItl' field, comes- to Florida from Iowa this week. Paul Pnrdin Canal all star eleven last year. The 178- tram Group from Group

t 4 its importance In successful State University He will work Point newspaper man estimated pound halfback was aboard a truck

livestock and crop production. MONTICELLO- Florida pecan )[ under the direction of, Dr. R. V. Allison 30,000 acres in the Everglades last January when it crashed intoa THIS NEW.PAVER AND ANV >j

--'.--- ___-- -. growers will gather here on September j who is in charge of soils and would be under cultivation this tree. A severe fracture made it A..rlc Joy '..Nod.ra MMhoalx. 4 ln.iitioni.. I'
The expectation of life tables in It to soils chemistry teaching research. Winter ** Am.rloaa Fruit GIO-$ Modoa .10..... I
inspect expeiimentstat ; an Increase of 5,000
over for to _
necessary physicians amputate American Maqamln MS Open lead la* Bay 1Opparranifr 7YII_-loo
this country show that the average the State Experiment Station last year. his left leg. B>n.r Horn. and Catd__ 1.00 Magaiin _
+ ii expectation of life at birth field I laboratory and to visit out. \ H BrMdM'c Oa .ltCappn ..711 Paraali Ma amlnPathrlBdw 1.45
Expect 2,000,000 I IIt
Israel 1.7$ (WMkly)
for men is 53.33 years and for women standing orchards: in this section, Wall Warns I September we will give these liststo Child ,'-. t.tS Physical Cells* 2 IS
:57 VI years Northern VisitorsTo Christian JUiald 1.59 'botoploy I to
Kccoicling to G, H. Ulackmon acting Firms to Submit the field advisers for checking CoW..'. WMklr ..58 Pictorial F.. ... _____ i 00
HL'S !StllkDVLESouthbound head of the Station horticulture State 937-38 1 i I against all films in their districts Country Horn*. I !l.. 1.7S Popular MMhaalc. _____ I I:
D.Uo.olor sis Popular ld nc. MOIItblF_ 125
i ) department.The -_ I Liability Reports I[ Those firms which have not filled 11 lxi. Poultry 1es---i Radio N.w. (1ItDl"aJj-) 2 15
No. 203- Due Starke tour and inspection an annual I I in one of these reports will. be required Farm loaraal I yn_ : \\'ll Hcdbeok Maaaila 113Mi
5 TALLAHASSEEThey've lun
15
: p m. fri Field and Ia 1.11: R.vl.w cf B.vl.wa.8cTBand .
No. 207) event at the laboratory, TALLAHASSEESeveral hun to do so. __ i,00
--Due Starke 1145: p.m. pecan the adding machines past 2,000.000 Flews Growr __ 141 -
No. 203) -Due is expected to attract growers from ;! dred firms in the State have not "The will H Horn An..NMdl.eraM. Leo k.... Play 200
I SiarkeNo. 12:15 p,m. in estimating the number of tour- liability reports also] HBUB. and Gard.- ..4S .ll.a k.... ioa
201) -Due starke 10:20: am. all sections of the pecan-producing Ists who will come to Florida this' sent in their liability reports to the be checked to determine whether a Houxhold Mavaxia 1.79 Iporte AII.JeI too
area, of the state. The programfor unemployment division firm Is 1 Lllwrtr WMklr ..50 Sticcasrul rttrmlaa 170THIS
Is not
Northbound' winter. : compensation or liable for taxes for n literary Cl '"t ___ 459 True story MaaasfB-- 2 25McCuU'
I :No. the day will get under way at W. M. Taylor, state hotel commissioner I I of the industrial commis- the first nine months of 1937. Ma' .!a* .1.90 W.ma-'. World UO
202-Due
I Starke 1:50: pm. 10 o'clock in the morning. is out with a prediction ; sion, Harold C Wall, director ofunemplojment These taxes will be collected on or

No. 204Due Starke 4.15: pm. Fettilizutlon Insect control, cov- of 2250.000 visitors--up half a compensation said before October 25." OFFER FULLY 6UARANTtmWHAT
No. :206: Due
Starke 9:15: p.m. er crops, and other phases of pecan I yesterday A recent opinion of the Attor-
million from last season."They'll /-/ am
No. :208:
Due
Starke 3:35: culture' and will he
am. production General stated that taxes
"Many firms on our' lists\ that ney under
NP 2H: Due !"'t'lrl spend nearly three-quar : :
: S 05 am.Beasley's. studied and research workers will pent the Florida (Gentlemen
Starke Bus Agent: t'flim demonslratlcn! and. ters of a bill'on'! dollars" said Taylor we liability blanks to have unemployment I II
Service Station. opposite I I methods plots "I get that by figuring the not filled thtm In and sent them compensation law accrued l from the f enclose I._ fer which please. lend 1111 I
court
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I back to Mr first day of of this
i. house. 4PIE.11' i visitors will stay an average of six- us, Wail 83i1."Our January year. the magazines I hays checked, together with
lists Th's'! Is' to allow the State to .
are being checked as receive -
.AM KLINII S('HOOL ty days each, and spend and aver- you'/ subscription to your newspaper
II each report comes buck to us so up to ninety per cent crediton 1' I
of $5 each.
a day
Sr AUGUSTINE The L'j2ndlles- I age ..
( hrrk* -- that We can have an accurate the amount which would otherwise .
This!
Malaria J sion of the F'lorldlState School summer-time forecast of check of those who are cooperating have to be paid the Federal Name i
666 for the deaf and the tourist business started years ago
blind locatedin j with These government under title IX of the I e
In d... ua. liability reports
in Floildn. The State
Chamber of
(I
this city will open for the 1037J8 Commerce are due on September and are Federal: bocitil security act. Strut or R. P. D. I
COLDS and others figured the
scholastic term on Tuesday, I supposed to be In the Tallahassee ..- IL'I'own
I September 7, with an expected: registration I tourist trade tit f 300,000.000 a 0' and State
..
office
tnr.r.'JiF': dal by that date."Dutlng There are seventeen acres in
I .J
( of :325 the year
> pupils first
4ry. UIIOFS n.n.I..h.Minute. 3" I Dr C J, Settles, president:! ddY'1 J B Sullivan, former state ho- the first two weeks of White House grounds. |II _____I.a. la lat2 1Iii: -

"lIab-'I-TlonWCI.ld'LI..lmrnt Out nounced Satuidny.BEASLEY'S'SERVICE tel commissioner estimated at the .+
height of the 1931-35 seasonthere

were' 1,500,000 visitors !spending $5
BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull a diy

IIn'U "l't" .{O Undertakers"supplies, Florida! population Is 1.606,000,
AMBULANCE SERVICE I and tholoeI..ho discussed\ Sulli

DAY AtfO NIGHT I van's figuring pointed, out that thevisitors WHERE WH h<

53 HONE 53 just about doubled the **

(.. II. BENNETT 5IKr. I population.

"A II() IE-I.IKE IXSTHUTION" Sullivan stood pat on his statement

find the next year he raisedit

'- by 100000 and then brought it

I up to 1,750000' In the past winter


1 ; STATION TASK !s'' season.Taylor succeeded!, Sullivan -ashotel OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA- -

commissioner last spring. Today IHil.NHI'lU LET I'S GIVE YOUR PLUMBING TWO FOR ONE BILE:

'' STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS i ll! he made his first estimate of A THOROUGH HOUSE F. C. Hollingsworth Purchase One I'int ..
what business \vil be in personaland tl.E.\NI.NO ..JOIIS..OS.S.LOt.. II \ .
: dollar numbers in the coming FUtOn POLISH. '?3 ATLAS TIKES.! Tl"IUSXIJ BATTERIES.: OUR: TIRES AND winter. ,- @fI!fC'W J. L. Simmons Hog And HominyFARMS !Self polishing
e I \TfEltlES AUE UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED r.ET ONE t tiff
BfV < NE
I Florida, said Taylor, has 1,433 1 Plumber -
I ; FOR ONE IE All AND 18 MONTHS. : r Cc
a {1'ACHi\G-YOT.1 HTNG-1t':1XiNG-GRE.IcINO A Speelalty hotels with 70,45), ) rooms 5,3S6 '1 In Sterilized I'.ottles Bradford Hdw.

i apartment houses with 123,912 ELECTRICAL J. B. \ItLI"Lr., owner'
The Pause That Refreshes
I rooms, and 6.900 rooming houses
FOR ROAD SERVICE CALL 60 with 64213 rooms There are 7- H' ...- CONTRACTOR Denmark ko h..' 6
VIR AUK Tell the bu>er what you
735 restaurants with
1ti seating accommodations ad
,1 ti PAYMENT ABOUTEASY Our Prices FLA. :MOTOR I for 227,201 patrons. FKESCKIPTIOVEXPERTS : I REMILE EXPERT! WIRING TRICESAN1MHERE AT Furniture Co. Jo sell in the What Where tf'
1 I' Why advertising sect inn.

,, t I PL.N! 0V TIRES LINES AGENT Nearly, 17,000000-' tons- -of shipping Mitchell's Store O. J. Were Receiving New ter all the buoy' purchaerpredates uiP':
Drug
Are PHILLIPS
A flATTEIt1ES Right icy CONWAY I tock! E,ery Day Be Sure to reading short tt .t"
: are handled annually by the Quick, Dependable Sr\lo! I L\WTEl' See It Before lou Tr One'I
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advertisements.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKC> FLORID.

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CHURCH DIRECTORY with their false fronts are still yesterday, doesn't help when youexperience ; \V. C3. Mt'RKIIEE: DIES CAN TANGKKINE JfICK: : The Indian population in thin '

CHURCH The 1 1I standing. a blow-out while you'rehitting j Cube W Murrhee., 51 son of the I country In 192: has been estimated .1
n \ 1
tIt"!KeC.4T n.Pric. PDfttOI' At one time It was a rich hell it upor speed around a I I lute Mr. and Mrs. J. M., Murrhee ALTOONA Dr. Charles Demko at StU.OOO In 1930 it was 332-

10 clock a. m. [ roaiing gold mining town. curve to find! the road. blocked and I of Starke. died August 27 In toFlorida's 397
School. o ( Letter Box says he has found the answer
Sunday( [ 1 1Deal' The miners had built n crude I Insufficient room to stop, Plant City. His death came ai an "I k
-nomas.! Supt. "tangerine problem. MOMU'll: .. \S t\Ptl.I.tn:: ; : :
* 11 I road to Deer Lodge over which It Is the average experienced acute shock to the family as he briefly. .
,dog Worship *.m. can the juice. he explained' There l Is need let stomachgas .
Mn( 6:30 |I they brought out ore and took in safe" driver who Is causing to- ''was apparently In good heiilth the no to
U meets at : p. m. I Dr. DtmUo said he had prepared -
p
Mr Matthew loss of and
B : their supplies.' One wonders how day's accidents. This is the driver I Jay before" he died following a cause sleep upset .
Worship, 8.00: p. m. hundreds of cans of Juice employing
FV ling Meetrng.Vednes- ,K. Walnwilght t I I"Joe" I. whoIs I I on earth this was accomplished who must be reached by law enforcement hi .ut attack "a natural law of chem your disposition. Just take a spoonful :r
S Teachers ( of m ma-Rex in a glass of
with the O. L. O. Survey In Montana without machinery. They must agencies, and who must ) lie died In Plant City where he istry which keeps the Juice sweet !
m.Mid.
15 water before to btd. Blsma-
dal veek p. Prayer service Wed- writes so Interestingly of his I have been super men for they had. be appealed ti by safety cam.palgns j! had been In bu..lnells'. fifteen, and fivsli-tasting.! Growers last Hex relieves going stomach discomfort .

surroundings and experiences thatI nothing but brains und muscle- that are to get tesults I 'eals. Funeral services were held<1 : took loss
S:00: p. m. season a on approximately due to acld-lndlgetir quickly. 'f
pesIIIY am giving you extracts from a : and must have been endowed with Economic; News Reviewtut' j jA the next afternoon at three o'clock' 400.000 boxes of tangerines
Buy a bottle of 50 doses for SOc at
I tTIIOIi'ST ClltRCIIIKV. I recent letter I received from him marvelous courage and fOI tllude. ------- ..-- ._ |i i In the Well's funeral home. The which were thrld grade and could the Rexall Drug StoreThe Mitchell .

I W. A. Fisher, Pastor an I think it will be of general inter I wouldn't have missed this experience CAN LK.\I A HORSE Rev Levi Gentry pastor of the not be shipped, he saill.'hlle 2- Drug Store in Starke. -Adv.fO8.

__unday School--10 a. m. est, for anything for I feel TO \VATKH I First Baptist Church of Plant City 830.000 boxes were shipped In our

Mo.alng. Worship--11 a. m.Epworth Joe has been promoted to position that as long as I live I will bear the offlcliiled. Interment was In tie hurry to get this big crop to mar I -

Le9.gue-7:15: p. m. of principal assistant to theengineer !ndelible mark of this big country J. Eustace before Memorial Cemetery and, pall beu rPI'II ket as many as 100 cars were ship HfitlJYAdySUQANCf
speaking
'orshlp-8 p. m. before which one of necessity Henry were: J. O. Sparkman, H. G. /
Kvenmg on the project on whichthey Economic ped a day. It Is estimated the mar
the Oregon State College BfMfTrt
meeting Wednesday, at stands In utmost humility. Andeis B V. Knight J. C. Acker-
Prayer are engagedviz..: Surveying Forum recently, pointedout ket will take only forty cars a day l
--E. J. WAINWRIGHT N.
B. C. Thrasher and A.
8 p rn'You Invited to all these serv- i huge tract'of land for a national Drummond, Mont. that continuance of mass pro- man Thrasher at a profit to the grower "The A dependable prescription! for CoM(
are forest Joe writes as follows:- ..
duction of agricultural Chflw.FeTe. and Influenz.
Written to: productsIs solution to the problem I believeIs ,Malaria. .
lu-s This Is a wonderful state. They dependent upon mass consumption Gabe W. Murihee was born near ] Atdro itor 25c or send stamp ta
Lucia S. Alvarez Graham; March" 16. ISHIi. He to can the juice," he said I I
Prwhytertan' ChurchRev have unlimited resource, such as ._ In the urban Industrial ureas. on death, Dram Co J'mckaonvilla.FUuFor
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iron gold coal, gasoline. If"estel'n attended the Bradford County High ..
H. Lowry, Pastor He likewise pointed out that :
George \\ 11HIUltTt: ; IT ? School and later took a business, or
Services: There are wonderful ranches and \ American agriculture Is
Sun Jay
10.0'') a. m. Sabbath School. fine cattle. We. spent two days on Editor; Tel..graph"eo : to compete In the Eastern markets course

11 00\ a. m. Morning Worship. the Lewis ranch and surveyed a \' all remember how a case of : cost of distilbutlon must be held lie Is survived bY his wife and Expert RepairingSmith's

sEction of land dow one son, James '\'. Murrhee of
4 30' p. m. Young People's Ves- they were buying. spinal meningitis occurring In our n.

per Service. The ranch consists of 3000 acres school this summer caused Ihe It Is easy enough to boost prices Plant City one brother of Starke,

Sernionette by Pastor.! : most of It irrigated.We I school lo close two weeks ahead! of sky high through laws that penalize two nieces and one nephew

;Midweek Service: are now camped thirty miles time in order to guard against a low-co! merchandisers, legalize' +-

7 311 p. m. Mission Study. I from poison In the Mlnnouii lunge I possible spread' of the disease. Yet price-fixing and eliminate various !I At the age of fifty-two the average GaragePhone
72.53
t is
g sit< n m. Prayer Service. of the Rockies 7.000 feet above sea i ill this time another source of contagion economical selling methods but I expectancy men yenta
I
I level. There is plenty of snow every far worse than that of any you can't make a recalcitrant consumer : and women 73.4 yva\'s,

EtiiHPUoml ItaptlNt Church where and very cold. All of ) purely, physical disease is permitted buy. When prices rise faster VOI'KM <>!.' 11'1'1.1"1.0'( 120

Itev l <;. Hnmlnjrwuy, Pastor our supplies come by pack trains. to keep open' seven days and than Incomes families buy few'r I Kitli 'rte ur.su: .
I
Sum'.ay.. Bible roi-iiulr HIM %.>. Kill:
Sec ices every I had to ride twenty miles on a I nights every week and parentsllely and (ile oper jnodiicts. Consum- :NllTH'K/ 1 IS Him-.IIV": ; lll\i.V, That Wrecker Service Day or NightLEDGER ,
SlUtS tO'13: a. m. Services at 3:30: mule to get my typhoid bhots. ,j expose their children' to its ei 1 resistance\ nan, been felt heavilyat :Mix, I Irma II. ll.NiMil.: hulilor! of, Tux(
afternoon. I I I'iiIIrirars I Sit, "UTi'l. I iHMlloii' ill.- Till
o'clock In Jeiidly Influence, often times In recent in ___ __ _ __ :I
This Is virgin country: It has aicumpuny-[ jeiirs, notably day" ...rUIIII '. A. l>. l'.Hl: llUH filed =:
n.P1'lS'r'HneCII ng them lhl'l'e.There the case of meats During a time Na. ate III no' offlrt! and. him mini" up* --
ISK III F.I. never been mapped or surveyed her |piluttin11| / fur n tax deed' tn IIH i.NU'd|
KeI... .\. Unimley, Pastor. tore.. No sign of any one ever can hardly be a more saddening when meat prices were Rooming.Bales : ;. I lhcn.on. Mnlil i-i-i.. ,tlfliMitH. (.mhrnrvHtill
sight than fell off the consumer bought I riilln" lllK ll el Ilil-ll |ircin| "l'\ty III y
Services every first Sunday being here before us. Moose elk, young people I the "I'ua sly .'f HriulfoMl, Mule\ of
Sunday School 2:30: p. m. deer and bears are common sights. and little children passing throughthe substitutes (Kl'itlcla.( ti"-"'11. "
I Snul, ht'itM of Nmlhi'iiHtUmirler t OUTFIT
Ijuarter l
Bible Study. and Prayer Services:: The trees\ are magnificent. Many I door of a theater announcing"A The upshot of this Is clear--the / i.f Si-clli.ii I 17 Tnwimtil iii|

every Saturday: night of (hem 200 feet tall. There are Big Love Scene" "A Beautiful farmer finds his markets dwindling h 1'I..th..t JIIIIK". 22 Kant: ., rolitiiinInw .J
>Blond Woman in His Life "Couldlie 40 .\( 1'N, mm HI IPXs.
millions of acres of as fine spruce He may get a little higher The nHHHMinetit of llm Hiilil prop
t.Iurk': Episcopal Church and I Resist etc. t pi'ice- -but there is no profit In thatif Pray\ tiniliM', tle ""I" rerllfli'ulH IMMiert 4
pine as one ever saw
.
and Sermon on 1Y11N In the nniiiK or riiknown.fllll'HH ,
Morning prayer
When we think of the millions
his total sales are materially cut. .
Hllllll l b.
said l-rrlll'lfllll' II"llpviiifil
the second' and fourth Sundays at I urn not used to mountain I I who have (heir hearts and minds Today progressive farm HrrnnllliK In law. the I piiipcrty -

11 a m. Holy Communion Saints climbing or plowing this snow --- these groups poisoned by shows every warned by past experience: are In I Inhlwlu>Ht Milder at the court
Days at 10 a. m. Litany and choir I hut am getting used to it and like week It Is enough to make one the most aggressive llllUNI lllllir, HII the tllHt" M.."(',.)' III
opponents
among .
priictire every Friday night at 7:30p. it better every day. t lie inonih' or ...ob'r. IN:17.I \\ till. li
realize the existence of the devil .
of legislation that penal Is the 41 h day i.f Hi-mi,'. 1'i'IT.
m. This la a wonderful country even If the Bible said nothing izes low-cost merchandising I 11.11fd thlM I Int. ilny <>r l'I"I.I lIIh..r.
systems
Everything so vast and big that It's I Mi.17.ol.l.ll'IAr': I
l'hrl..thm ('hurchSrvlce:5 I :about it. "Day after day and weekifter and pampeia Inefficient distribution ( SJ ,\r.)
) almost Inconceivable. The streams ,
week the round the A. J. 'I'ti'IM,1N.
year methods flat.
by legal
: at the Christian Church and trees are so magnificent thai I'ltTk ..l'H-1-uil\, ruiirl, 1 of
and nastiest pictures conceived in the They know that such laws hit at lirailfunl, I'ouiily. t'lurlda.. .
every Sunday morning evening one feels his Lost insignificancein i salacious minds of apparent de- the pocketbook of every farmer In le I 9:)\.r.I-1 0-1 -
al eleven and seven o'clock respectively comparison One cun climb .--
any I generates conspire to stimulate anImal the land -us well as every con-
mountain peak around here and l | passions to deaden delicacy fcumerPrices.

see this lovely country for hundreds I and to make vii tue fool. '
,h' hake> Baptist Church t a I should and! do rise, from MODERN KITCHENS
Kill//: \ of mile I tKeR.VBY
Parents
to
you are responsible
Rev Ivan Bohannan Pastor I natural Impetus. In a period of recovery :
Our base cump Is now situated | God for the care of those whom need walli
services fourth The farm I and manufactured ana filooti
Preaching every in the heart of Deer, National !
Lodge I you have brought Into the world.
goods price level should, mid
Sunday/ 10\ :30 o'clock A. M.
Forest. The neaiest town Is What excuse will you be able to
does
keep pace with increases In
I twenty miles over a tough mountain offer Him in the day of judgmentfor the national Income and purchasing TILEColorful ;

trail. We are almost exposing them to the infection
deadly -
power But we should, be continually I I r
ed. All of our supplies 11011lt'l" of most of the movies ? / An c.ptloaal. value! Consists\ o!
BOB JONES on guard against meas.lures \
mule tl'll.ln.Ve have mail Dent let them attend taking painsto i IOOB leaf. ledger binder 20O l ledqel'
and policies that reduce hon- greaseproof, heels and A-Z, 26 division heather.
waterproof
twice n week. Most[ welcome to show clearly] why. Just! us you 'est and! widen the Bound durabl. .
Comments On Here competition need lab lnd... in imitetloaleather
me is the : which reachesme out of school I and '''y to clan Tilt no
Telegraph kept > during that 'cost spread between producer nnd l colon ted or black. Steel i

And HereafterSomeone weekly In spite' of the fact we scat e. Be firm In It. Your friend.Rrnest consumer You can lead 11 horse to upkeep or redecoratlon. back with automatic locking d.*lc.. .

I I move frequently. : Tho. nqllt'At.t water but can't make him Estimates given without obligation Push button for quick opening, no k.,. lequliad. Sh..ta arc white

We had eighteen inches of snow --- .. -+- drinkand you on n.w or modernizing work Ivorydala ledger paper, 24 substance. She.t lit. 6 9J;$ Utchoa. \
you can force prices up
In speaking of a great I lust Sunday the 4th of July. "S.1"- ;" Ultl.tus1'1': ;":
by artificial means'! but you can'tmake (NTIt\I. "'I..\. D..riplto. Pd... leek
said "He loves the gar- | S.k 110.
naturalist i This Is the third largest state .\1 ( HENTS Economic News :
a man buy. TILE' A: MARBLE
urn but he has never met the Gar. : In the Union. Right where we are Ninety percent of traffic nccl-( Review. C'OMPANV 020008 J Rpby Ledger OuU1t-Red $4.00

Arnrr There are millions of i camped was at one time the richest dent are caused by experienced, I eu.IJin 020007 Ruby Ledger Outfit-Black 4.00
people who live in this world 707 W. Boundary
gold producing: country In theI supposedly.safe drivers not by theInexperlence.1
which Goo made, breathe God's air, I west. Little" Gold 'reek flows I motorist said I
!t. Ralph
walk God's forests listen I 1I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
through right through our camp. And mIl. I I Lee safety expert, at the recent i I

to Gad) birds sing revel In the i i lions of dollars\ worth of gold were |I Western !Safety: Conference. He - -

b. nutv "i' the flowers God planted I taken from the face of the moun-I' uteil' a California survey which I f,

ami in ni night time look into the tains -whirh .
I ure literally showed that seventy-five per cent .6hNWWN
ski, n iel' millions of lights with iiiins of old 1 mining covE-l'el'l -of&.
'f truffle fatalities in that state Y" rj.5 sn '
w ,'h' "' o kindled and yet never I have visited several of were chargeable to drivers with tinjverage .. ., 'QlI ,

m t. "' .ii Thinking people certainly and one especially|' I found, moat I of eight experience > "e V. ," 4 t',,1
years lt ,,,I : .:
Know there Is a CJod. \\'oulln' ,iintlguing'. It ccnsisted uf eight who had never" had.a previous tic1 '! t"'' .ig, :':. !

you think that everybody would 11rge cabins and( a blacksmith I Ishcp. :dent( u"X", .,;..... l..I.! 1'1r

v.ni, know Him ? It Is posslhlt On the door of one cabin| J"' I
Finally, he said before accidents 1'0
>oi nen to know Him. Jesus wits a sign l'I'ullmg"Be: back in 11.1 I : Sid{
run be prevented/ the popular. be- II
-1, 'Hi that hath seen me hath few days" dated Aug. Hth. 19H.i g I
lief Dial the great hulk of them are EMIINOLE
seer th Father." In Christ dwelt i i Upon entering the cabin I could I 'aused by a relatively few con- II

the tuiiiess of the God-hc.id bodily almost sense the presence of Its I
Tentally' reckless or incompetent
lesus, was God manifest in the .onner occupant.' iI i JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA
persons, must be col reeled. It is I
flesh The man who knows Jesus i There was even wood in the ,,
.10 longer true.Ovel'.estlmatlng.
knows God. "How can I know ----love plates on the table. The beds I]i safety factors GARNETI ANDREWS.Min.l"

Him'' asks "He that i Til had blankets on them.--and err COMFORT .
someone has turned many a driver who used ENJOY SUMMER i *>
rcimeth unto Him must believe that i cept for the dust and decay It had to be cuiefuly Into a dangerous .........fr.p'ool haul to the huit al' a...i..
He 'I II the unce of being inhab .._ hdnomiHe. C.."y room will, tub and
I i.s a
and that He Is the rewarderj appeal I menace on the highways. Where ....... ..It wt, e..iltnfm,ndie, llnnJ
<''f them that diligently seek Him." ited. chi cars of a few years ago gave a.d.... ...Every Bed .!lli 1..1" ...
iUn cannot discover God. God re- I I found several magazines dated of ."4 r..dlf !I.... Rmnilnf. IceeMf
you a thrill at forty, the cars .
...
vents\ Himself to trusting 1910. Yesterday i I found a cabin ea vary -
penitent today do sixty and seventy with All. CONDITION
men Some who read these lines in which were over 100 sucks. of ease. That makes for comfortable COCKTAIL IOUNGI lOIIlt HO*
to be taken to the DINING AND" MUTINO lOOMS
know from gold ore ready .
personal experience : motoring when all goes well-but -ReM-S >eh w11k "....> ...h y'
that there Is a God. He Is us real smelter. Undisturbed nil these 'ack of vibration, and motor I 11.00 pR.wI3.fe I =

to them as parents aa real as their.I years whether from the Inaccessability smoothness doesrf t help when you I c- PAlO 14 Reee fJJO I -rJIG ," a
strict moral code I ... I M,4GNIF/C.Nr i ..
own lives. How wonderful it is or from the careen;: head on Into another cur at is ** ftM.fcAt'OO 's

that frail, stumbling mortal man ; existing there, who knows ? a mile-a-minute clip. And the fact to-Me ay.rv ;URBAN or TNc ,,, 'e I'
0>0.. & 59u50 N.,'". i.)
The had evidently departed .
cun owner
actually know the God who I that today's highways are safe, ) r 1
re
created this universe! in a hurry-perhaps to go to from an engineering standpoint N rgw.i.;: "OIIL'"_La S/M/lH@J'ItiS ;

some newer and richer field. .vhen computed to the roads of ;
Wild game Is here in abundance.One MGJ.Y ssm t' .' JLXCdcprON

"By grace are ye saved through day recently. In spite of the FSSTlV'
'."th That is what the Bible
Jeers of my companions over this OCCASIONSI I ifOyA
8ays. Any man who knows the d
tenderfoot having any luck, I started

mi-ntal processes of an unregener- tracking a big elkIn the snow. END BOOKKEEPING WORRIESwith ay'.1.rj4y; AIii; NRA

civil l man knows that this Idea of I [ found him three miles from camp e.,. .

brain salvation' did not begin In human ; -aa he thought- -hiddEn by clump I ONg a" m rwisr

til The unregeneratecl man: un- of mow-covered brush. I killed Oda fSNIS _

he is brought under the convicting aim at the fiist shot. (We are per. ,
ii ALLFACTScompleM
power of the Holy Spirit, :Witted to kill game for fresh meat 11t.

will never admit that he cannot for camp). His antlers measured!

Save himself. "I believe I will be .orty-two Inches across and I am ... ,. .......

Saved because I have tried to treat sending the antlers home.In .,d. .. I
my I- I bookkeeping -- .'
neighbour right and be honest one night I killed twenty- --

and fair" That la what a man three porcupines. They are quite outfit ;-...:!\,.- :.. .... o,
hid. to Y ., ..
the writer time. Poor
one a nuisance In camp. Most any j
man! If that Is his claim F
only on morning you can see bears eating '

Salvation' he is hopelessly lost. "All >ut of the garbage hole. I've not .. ;. ... ":: '7#.

Our righteousness Is aa filthy .lad the nerve to try to shoot one 50

rags. Kindness In dealing with a ,-et---aa you must get them at the Full Instructions and $ 3 $ J NISJflte

neighbor, honesty to business relationships .Irst shot for your own safety .I Specimen Pages Included ----

loyalty to family and night not be as lucky as I was .ach v1frM
home! In Each Outfit
are commendable traits.What with my elk!

*""M this life be without these Recently I visited a true "De ta!

the tiaiur However, the best act of serted village. It had been called It shows every day hew rrur'i' money I it due you

honest type natural man pre- Plincelon." I counted over 100 Panted herding 'for

anted to God aa a claim for salva- I ,hacks and the old hotel and saloon and how much yc-j: c.a. : Bizarre and oriental In elTcrt tho TL'KHANl The SPANISH! MACKKCKI.: : I U n irime! n" 1

11'm a i-. IIn Insult to God. God has -- ---- ---- -. I every transaction. 100 r J FS! es with monrh.y! : l'i one of the mist plrturea'iua. features of tho food f\h of the highest| degree.: It heeds and l f- f.! s

*' "n record to the effect that I, plan of salvation Is unjust. I do sheets 'nrval) iro-3 account, and dress of the Florida iii-minolcs. Ones worn nl- j on the aurfacM where it eagerly ,Lei mtiHrml' 1
summary ,
* ,1.' 'is a fallen creature and that ;. not believe it. Here I am. Open lu-J Mi ;. boc'xketp.na: must constantly It U now seldom used, except', bait battalions! ; of them move slosh the eater- g
sliest i ir.
"
C'k, has also declared that there Is Is an Insult to God. The most ]! simple: and cccuic *. usually made by wrapping shawls or hnmlker- : of them enter tint inlets and.. ( ."....., wtv! u
11 who
\ the man
name given under heaven hopeless of sinners chief many times around the head and securing; they afford tine snort. It In tMiiitllv (Miflit' stun) !>< e

monK men whereby we can be thinks he can get to heaven blood.with. ) The Bradford County them in hap. by a band, sometimes made uf both the I Kn-t: and Went coasts of l''lmidi, !10./ troll-
Lived l but out Christ and His atoning
Therefore the name of Jesus. who Is safe Is the beaten silver The whole" creates a brilliant eorn'r' l 1'I i
t!.* the man who presents The only man faith accepts bination, and never fail to attract unu u..1 allcntiun. title! but often very BU>.!'.< fill on the (hit of t'.n:
own who In simple

.y.G"C">!for sajvation good deeds says as by a claim this act.on I the man atoning blood of Christ for)| Telegraph f';: '.").030!\A a/asl mx'.: 1 round Mn-k-Tvl prjJjtx-J\ ajuut l6" ,'- j1tIDlYSPTEMBER f

you lire untruthful. Your salvation.!

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I ii J' Bradford County Telegraph SCHOOL LAWTEY NEWSThe 1, RESETTLEMENTAdministration FLORIDA 4ii6tf L'fiHH' 6" ttNN N 6JAHhi(i]


Established 1$i7MEMBER .':,,:.:....,*;S,.,.._ _. ..
I P. T. A. met In regular session -:, ........,.;.... ... ..
; 1 Wednesday afternoon of last .. .

1,1 I week A committee of teachers was CHANGES NAMEIS
1 ASSOCIATION I PAflMIMG
X VrLOR1nPRESS appointed to buy new books and ,, NOVEL

about forty books have been addedto IAA FLOR/Df! VENTURE NA.

H j r JO'tu.on.'Id: ? cUda. our library NOW FARM 1 SECtJKITY' Fl: LIUJUIU ?

I. 4i The P. T. A U sponsotlng a picture i ADMINISTRATION: NO r PROVEs TO 8;

: : b Published Weekly! on Fridays and Entered as Second ClassMatter show to be given Friday night : OTIIKit I'llANjfiKS; (, ti's- OUTSTANO/yG

at the I'o..l t Office at Starke, Florida September 10 ut eight o'clock. two ; TTIlRCrION

I Admission will be five cents and '> The change from Rural Resettlement .4'_ .

K.: ... Matthew _. .__ .. .. Editor and OwnerSl'HSCKIPTION everyone is Invited. Security Administration Aclmlnlfltfiitlon'to Is Farm little /

F 4 -
: ) HATE I mote than a change In name, L O ,.- .
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Last Friday the sixth grade gave
Hazen, director of activities In this +
5 th.- chapel program in observance I
!1 5 r '1 Yearly, $1.30:; ; Six Month( 75c-Payable In Advance of Labor Day. The program consisted district, said here yesterday. "Ser- i''' d r" -,
I vices to rural people formerly rendered r
Hales ApplicationCIIiLIREN of the following numbers:
i' .\dH'rU-.Ir.f: on by the RA will continue
yl Bible reading by Romeo Pies- I r ,
,, cott. | without Interruption anti the personnel 4't

I ;: NEIWN) noun OF QUIET Prayer- .Hazel Grlffls. and organization set-up of
I I n// j I the former agency will be taken
Song, "Workers, by class.
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; r' Some unusually good advice-especially! appropriate with Flag Salute led by J. S. Sapp. lIald.I over. without change Mr. Hazen U

the opening of school this week-is given in a letter received Reading "Seein1 Things." by 1 -.
The and I of the
t Louise Marr. scope purposes ;
; ''r the Telegraph from Dr. Robert A. Fraser medical director will
; by A play "Labor Day," by class. Farm Security Administration

3 of one of our largest life insurance companies, commenting A reading, "Jack's Pockets," by Include the guidance and loan factl- IUDOD4N '

children at the beginning I Plummer. 'ities of rural rehabilitation, farm SOl SRNOAts
the ways in which parents can assist i their Bobby dtbt adjustment completion and I i

3 I of a new IIchooIJ 'eal'. ( .AND SHOES .. y
operation of resettlement project.8.and .
The fourth grade has just finished '
:Many well-meaning mothers and fathers think they have studying about the Bedpulns End setting up the machinery: to I' UNUSUAL SHOE eaF.r
INDUSTRY CiA/HMO
'permit the purchase of farms un-
for the student when they are now making their sun tuble
done everything necessary young 6Y p NS"eDIA
f Into to their life der the provisions of the BankhfadJoncH v
a
represent
1 s p 4 provide him with food clothing\ and the proper! : school! .supplier ) .n the desert.camp Tents of burlap represent Faim. Tenant Act. -. A. I

+ : Hut according to Dr. Fruser, they often' overlook one tents of wool used by these. The Bsnkhrad-Junea Farm Ten mIJNING'Oh .. ;IT .
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I of tile. most necessary factors contributing to the health and nomads. Cornstalk dolls are being ant Act, recently passed by Con- IIATT/ESNAHE r'x' .. OR/G/HATED .
t eased, in j| and the President, 1';
Arabian clothes. Flocksof grvss Signed by f
well-being of the child-a period of absolute: quiet at night in CANNED
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sheep goats and camels will i established new government machinery FOR NOM

t which he may properly concentrate on his .studies. show where they get a living how '' for coordinating aid to low- I. RATTLfSVA11ERORDA /

"It is unreasonable," the medical adviser said, "to expect they travel and why they have to I Income farmers. The bill la divided GEORGE K. .

move often. Into four main parts.! The first RSPT/LC CNDN.S'vrui' ,
l his lessons in the midst of the it:'
that a child can concentrate on t : OF TAI/1PA CREATED
i part recommends appropriation ofi "' _
ordinary distractions common to most! homes. Not only are ('onte..tThe i i money and outlines methods by \, s/LVeR. ONS or wo/tLD's mole

i ; I school grades likely to suffer but the child's! nervous and abbreviations of eight states which tenant farmers and others SPA.lNG .. UNique INDUSTRIES

j I physical condition can be affected. Whether we realize it or will answer the questions below: [I will be assisted in purchasing /
t 1. The of farms. The second part providesfor
name ?
> a young girl
's I not the radio laughter conversation singing any and all of 2. A number? I an organization to make rehabilitation -

these constitute disturbances! that are almost insurmountable 3. A crowd? loans much as the RA has NOVEL ENTERPRISES THRIVE IN FLORIDA-

4t,1 for the child when he has school work to do." 4. Father? been doing In the past. Under the FLORIDA'S
average LION FARM at Ft. Laud- industries on earth Recently this
'r I strange
5. To be sick ? third title provisions are made for (
Fathers and mothers shc'ild cooperate with the child. Dr. 6. To cut grass ? the purchase of submarginal lands, erdale was established in 1935 and has rap business was moved to Tampa, wiitMe the

Fraser feels and see to it that a quiet hour is strictly and regularly 7. What women do on Monday? and appropriation of funds for this idly developed into a popular attraction. snake factory has been augmented by a

enforced. Let !it begin about a half an hour after the 8. Used in the flood? purpose la recommended. The; final Here, amid ideal natural surroundings, the reptile museum..

r I subdivision. creates an agency to be industrious owners, J .H. McXillop! and The unique flexible WOODEN SOLE!::

i1- 4' evening meal after the dishes and other household tasks are The first grade has a new pupil known as the "Farmers Home Cor P. M. Hutton raise lions for market, selling SHOE business was started in 192) The

I ( t' out of the way and then for the space of one hour the radio little Hazel Catter. We wel poration" for carrying out the purposes them to circuses shows and zoological patented sandals have proven copular fir
.
,, should be quiet there should be no conversation between come Hazel to our room of the act and defines its gardens at from $200 to $400 apiece. Many beach wear, preventing heat from sideuaUs

= members of the family no singing or piano playing no noise \i'e are also glad to have Junior functions, powers. and personnel. of the cats are quartered in several old and sand. The shoes are used in ice cream
f Smith with us in the first grade I The law names the Secretary of
j I rock quarry pits from which escape is quite plants dairies mills and chemictl
+ of any kind that the family can avoid. Under such conditions 'gain. He has: Just returned from a Agriculture as the administrative paper
impossible, yet they are at liberty to roam and acid works where it is
: head of the whole' and desirable to
the child .will be able to concentrate on his schoolwork and /acation In South Carolina. I program
i much as though they in the Afri
were keep the feet dry on wet floors.
The sixth grade welcomes John empowers him in various ways to
from the his books.
get the greatest benefit time spent on can yddt. 2 G&I/ul'*:rwwwelwr.,
a Henry Collier, a new pupil, Into ,I make the measure effective '" w L ... Every Sunday afternoon ROSS AL1L.V: :,
"Strangely enough," Dr. Fraser1 added. "in families' their room. I Title One. the part which deals Sna k a meat asa table delicacy I Since of The Florida Reptile Institute milks about

where the quiet hour i is put into effect the adults are usually Virginia Smith has returned i with providing meins for tenants 1932, George K. End has been canning one. hundred-.- fT"r snakes* for venom." The venal

: it the ones who derive the most actual satisfaction from it. from a vacation In. South Carolina. and others to buy farms gave the RATTLESNAKE MEAT. He began cperations : is crystalized and lllppea to doctors and t

The fifth grade Is glad to have her bill Its name. This potion of the in Arcadia and soon became famous laboratories for experimental work on a
''' Mother and father discover that during that period they relax -
back In school. law marks and the originator of
a new broader ap- as one of the most unusual number of malignant diseases.
v physically and mentally and they enjoy the opportunityfor i, proach to the problem of stabilizing
+ --
for undisturbed reading and rest." Sports. the farmer's occupancy of the
!SCHOOL BOYS WIN 7-3 land he cultivates with the underlying (:. \v. LOWRY I bet! years of their life to the Important rendered l hy lion .X 7 MaM \\,

A child should' study in a room by himself, when possible, Last Friday our diamond ball thought that ownership will RESIGNS CHURCH work of rearing children I Judge, County:of the Klorl.li Cluuit;! ; : ', *;n;:MIIIIlladfoid :'In' ,

t and Dr. Fraser:; recommends: giving the child a desk of his team trounced the Lawtey town I create a greater, incentive to pro- and keeping up the home and receive eery. In that certain. < mi",i ,ii.riiii,'

where he can kelp his : with the understanding boys in a hard-fought battle. We tect the land from Impairment ContlnueJ From Page One) absolutely no compensationfor I In aid 'kur n Colunihla:herein;: Tin\I i-' plaint F'rdrl: t tfnnd
own :
belonging ook them first field and took them I erosion and depletion of soil I -- their services. He said he considered .and S. M ThompMon" I.aI t i I rfeudxnts rt

;. 'I' + ing no one will molest them. The desk need not be an expensive -I I three up and three down. Our first I II |I tility by unwise farming fer-I I .section of the state who see them It very reasonable that after signed Spei-lnl.! Case; No MaHtei Hit I I Iiree t.i:rh'-ells. unb I A

; a V affair. Even a couple of packing cases, with simple ,, batter was Ralph Darley. He op-1 land I will provide. more security go with tegret. Dr. Lowry was unearnest working most of their lives,, bidder appointed' : wilt s etl,',' ;t tet .:. 'ilHale I tile'
f
for rash In t i > t tn
.
alterations and a little paint can be made to serve. Equip the necl up by hitting a home run in-, tenure. In the long run this greater I and faithful worker for his they should receive a salary of 1 Houth front door. of >/II. i.tr(..
j I to center field.! We quickly slug- !!' should make for better Church, for hIs God, and for that $200 a month when they reached County Coulthoilne In MIda. ", I L.. Hi.,
security
4 desk with a good light und a suitable chair, and t have the I e-l which he knew to be light; taking sixty years of during: the' I teitiil lion ,, f HII
seven runs across the incomes and age.
; plate higher standards for Mondav, Ot'toher 41)I) 1 11
child use it for all his studying and homework. tit In the: third inning they found the farmer and hill family. in active interest In the young The regular meeting of the Townend the follottinir;: ; ;piemlnerIradfoid : 'note:' ,
.
[ Ymiitv l'l.uliiil.olw QIi(I
these 3'iley's range and got three tuns i I p( pie and In the school. He was Cub was held here Monday: 52 (inn) Al '.f (s 1A Txp l lv
Dr. Fraser follows fine suggestions with word Persons eligible for loans defined |
; are
a a ;
up ; "iti
I '.efoie! we them. often before the student body of night. H. It 2. i: and I l.ol ,
,i l; 'y of warning to parents about helping children too much with stopped as farm tenants, farm laboi- the school here In their chapel exercises ) ------ x_. 'I'wp.! 6 1 M It. S.s! I Jo!. .1, .a.i i,, m, ..V"
ers, shaie-cioppera, and other Indi- 1 plat of Woiiillnnii i ipiiKe 1' ?iI
and was well liked and. admired t r.rnl I their homework.lost: parents he Sa8.umake a mistake' I .\ fond Wu.V viduals who obtain who GUM BRANCH of I'lul hook ..10". I
or recently ei with Its tenementmentM '

in offering too much help. Don't try to be a teacher. The I catch Jack flies Dai'on ley the has ball a new field.way He to obtained, the major portions of Lowry by them.decide. If'to ever return Dr. andMrs. toStarke Mi"'.." Kll/abcth IItirna I{..... Cor. lIe, .reuse und' ,and, apiiuiti,tuofltMAIHTS ,*,!. ., i"I

chances are will be doing more harm than good Methods : their incomes from farming K, HI10W\
opel'il-I be
you \ they sure their
may
'eta the b-11 hit his Mrs. r
wrist and roll tions. Preference be W. R. Conner and AM Special, M I"irliM I I )
l+ of teaching have changed markedly: in the (past twenty' i.cng his mm to his elbow. Then married farmers or. those. who have many many friends will make Ichildren I I of Starke were the guestsof 1 Kr"n"1',: K fur KMIIHTAltoinevM :pliiintlfl '

i years in both elementary and high schools, and in all likeli- 'Ie sticks his other hand down, and dependents. Where practicable them welcome. j( Mr and Airs. Leroy "NttnvnSunday. P-I". I-lfJ.1)

a ... for( food' the parent will not understand what system' is being t's hisVhat! next ? I special consideration la to be givento .- Miss .Doris Williams: sl'1111."' : gl 1.1'1:11'e: "0I ,III:
TOWNSENDITES of LakeCity OF' "sill"l :
c f ... '' *used with his child and will attempt to explain the subject as'' The high school girls have just down poisons uble to or'pel'sons make an initial who: was the guest cf !Miss Elizabeth : Notice IK herehv R\| i i 'and
payment,
ft' ; MET SUNDAY l I I mid In HI-I in,'il'i' nee M IM, 'I 1''< eon
; it was taught, to himself. l'gllnlzeJ u diamond ball team I have livestock anti) farm Imple- Hrrnage Sunday. flnnl. I dei-ree. 0' forei-lo.i. kn,,,1.J "
) Evelyn' Prevatt was elected cap- ments Mr und Mrs J. S. Supp and chll- rendered liv lion .\. 7.ilkl!.
"The result' i is inevitable. Either the child is bewildered that they can use in the l fi.lllt., I""'
DIST ASSEMBLY HEARS dred JndKe of the Clr.nlt '
attended: ,
tain Vera church
Mae Wilkinson, assist at New
; farming operations financed by the '! Hope ford Pountv Florida. hi ''half.
and unable to understand, or there is a clash of wills between ant captain: Pansy Prevatt mana- loans. ECONOMICS OF PLANDISCUSSED j Saturdr y and Sunday. In thut pertain ninne pi-mil m In*
i 'I
and child und Mrs. Hill, coach. .. I Mr and Mrs. A. D. Norman and Court wherein The Kedeiul V"
parent over which method to use. Either way the ger: They County committees to be named Flunk of Coluinliln.' Ix t oliiniirf *
children Kenneth Jennie. wldant. I r.t; dar
will play their first game Friday and Marion AodftrMon A
outcome is detrimental'The by the Secretary of Agricultuie.cocpeiatlng The more obscure phases ofTownsendism defendHiitM.' rn e No "H71 I ih' "
afternoon, September 10 with the the spent Sunday at Graham visiting /trrsi geed; ; ; M.ixf.-i ,I11 Meld:i *
economic side Hiwlnl
-
with the designated .
wise parent according to Dr. Fraser, gives a mini- Hampton Rill's team, and they will authority Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson. free appointed ulll **H1 t'''" "'*
was discussed by Frank L. Holland, I, .r"'
In each the .
fi
county by III
sat bidder for rash
mum of actual help, but backs up the classroom teacher and be glad to have the patrons come. Fai m Security Administration, will a speaker from Townsend headquarters Mrs. J. D. Dobbs and children of Houth front door of II" jt fir"i. !,'
'
lends her all the moral support possible. A visit to the school make land appraisals and select In Chicago at a district Ralford Lake City and Myrtle Dobbs of County Ida during CourthoiiHf. the 'legal In l.r-I'CI..k.. .r"'
Answers to contest questions: meeting held In the court house and Alton Dobbs of Oius- on Monday October 4Ih .\ 'I' 'iv
will frequently result in understanding families from the lists of loan
parents having a much better 1. Ml.is( 2. Tenn. 3. Mass. 4. ap here Sundaj afternoon I tee were visiting, A, Harnageand the following premlnen' <.lliliIlrndford "
sit'
.
or what is being attempted and they can find out Pa. 5. III. 6. Mo. 7. Wash. plicants.Tvims family Sunday.Mrs. NM l of County NKV, "r,1'I.'I.I: ::', i '. "" :.
how Alk. 8'1 rf repayment will be Mr. Holland a small man witha H. M Two. B H. K. 31 I i R:. roil.mfj.;.
be of McRae I
they both and I .
can greatest help to the teacher and the agreed upon between horiowets powerful voice, aald, "They ask daughters acre more; or IHMH ., ,. ,,.
Vest and ill' I"'IO
Odessa and hei
r t' chIdIi I Evelyn Prevatt visited friend In and the government under an In. I where the money la coming from and Mi.'s. B. M. McRae and children Mr and wlHl appurtenance tenenenlM. and. I.- rents"
I I .
,I Seldom have we had the pleasure of hearing such sound Or.undo over the week-end. I tillment pi in, with forty years as to carry out the Townsend Plan of Pine Level were the guestsof and profit K thereat.MAltt'L'a BKOWN; .
the maximum for loans and then replied "It Is here right >Ii "pansy'
advice as is given this level-headed doctor and Lola Johns was visiting In Waldo period to Mr. and Mrs. T N.-Norman.Mr. AM Specliil Mater >
by if considerate I, run. Interest is set at three now! He then went on to explainthe KNIOUT A KNKIIIT
Saturday night. per and Mrs .
D. I
Knight and Attorneys for plaintiff
parents will follow his instructions: they will be doing EffIe Crawford visited In Wal- cent on the unpaid balance, or credit structure of the count children, and Mr. and ftlrs. Pur- S-10-41-10-1

much toward enabling their children to give their best in the do Saturday night.We ; amortisation schedules may be try and although hIs subject was viII Green spent the week-end at I .
i deep one his audience doubtlesshad CI.KBKwrcrowr!
school worked out for retirement of the Nassau I I.,
room. a clearer picture of the visiting relatives and July' \
Wander Whyt : pilnelpal and interest at tltat rate. myste- friends I R.poStark.h flerk of the lire!
ries of financeIn this C90',,'
o country at Bradford
Contract will contain Iro
J. C. PrIngle stands on the cor- provisions to urt In and for x'ed
YOU CAN HELP ADVERTISE BRADFORD COUNTYThe ler so much. I protect the government's investment the end of his speech than they had Mr. and Mrs. I... A. Crosby and Florida for thO on! amount itdC. of taws "'
year
at the beginning.lie children of Rising were the
guests KR61V'LI
Effie likes to to Waldo. such aa obligation of the A. :
Telegraph has just delivered to the clerk of the Evelyn like go to go to .the post- : borrowers to keeprpeht ( (shreta condemned clubs that have :>f Mr. and Mrs. T. N, Norman. I lase ? pp.Tat.....CulUctorCss.t .

circuit court office in the court house 10.000 folders advertising office so often. borrowers to keep the property in withdrawn from the Townsend NO.tl"'E To Balance. due '::1!-ti c'.<
lepalr and to pursue good farming movement and hive started to The Ry amount collected ..-0;
Lot likes to to Jacksonville.
go regular meeting of Bradford "
:
the .
I ) attractiveness of Bradford County to the homeseeker. To" nalance d"-
Jean Edwards i Ia no forgetful. practices. work under some other name, say Lodge No. 35 F. A. U. will beheld r... A r.rfelt.re. ,.,niiTo
Especial emphasis is placed on the adaptability of our < o.-. ,: : ing iha. the only hope for success Monday evening at 7:30 ftalance line ;qt'Ky '
t i' soil to various agricultural since MISSION!! HALL ExplainttStandCounty Is by sticking together Although : amount i : colU'ded del-I 1 I.iir,
; products it is the substan Dye o'clock Sept. 13. All members are To Salience .sa a rldae
If. were missing from their I Dr.: Townsend like any other man urged to Coat Re.a tan!
a tial farming class' of citizens that we are most eager to bring any Commissioner T D. Dyal mistakes be present. Important To Balance due. .!I
made
accustomed place at the Tuesday has he must at business to be transacted Visitors Itv .amount, oollerledTo tt
here. If you know of anyone who is interested in Bradford missed an this week made the following statement least be given credit as the sole Valance. due i
.
/ evening meeting they are wel' onte. GesersTo .
: "The reason I opposed the C;...., eea..l ., :
County and who might be induced to move here if the facts opportunity of getting some valu- county' giving originator of the S20O a month pension P. M. Barefoot. all''''i'''" dnr : pitHy

td were presented to him in a pleasing'way, you may call at theclerk' ble Information on the "Bible cent of the cost of twenty-five operating sew per plan, the speaker said. NOTICE- To 11"u"e.A."I\ 'nll..d..... -. IAol
Pence Plan". Mr. Holland's speech wan followed OF TEACHER! C.aa., 1'011. I.9Tn
office and receive one of these folders to mail ing rooms was because I was opposed nll.a". 01"1 1'IV
away. EXAMINATIONS
Now that the gentile (heathen) to the by one from Congressman R. A. amount ,..'.11"1""
the
.1 However the committee sponsoring the folder does not wish lords awakened and way rooms were Persons desiring to take teachers III
*ar are arebusy Green who reviewed" the efforts to Tie I7alanr0 I
I
being operated. I am for them 100 Total. II...... Ill".I liranl;!._
!
to have ingle of them "beating their plow shares bring the Townsend Bill to vote examinations wlU report at the .
a l one wasted so do not ask for them percent if they will remove the a Tn Valnnee. tine ::
k 'nto swords and their pruning during the last sessIon of Congress.He court huse in Starke, Fla., on Fly .amount enllecteI. "I
( unless you are sure that you can make good use of the mate- clients who da not belong there and Sept. 10-17-18. To Balance due .
ior-ks Into spears"Joe" 13:10: put back the ones who do." stated that the act Is steadily 7.1.1 swa.gran0l. IInnTn 7".',.
f. rial. me' the Jewish state Is being es- gaining favor in the House of Representatives A. J. GRIFFIS, Supt flalanrr duHv -
-- ro1 111.,1 .
o :'ablifthpil.. ready to take up arms with the possibility 9-10-21-9-17 "n 'anu"I Valance' nt dnrA '
'or the first time in two thousand Berries Set Out that it [rl"'.II..I .aTi
might receive
q Those who have been enough sup-
; criticizing Governor Cone for Coffee vmTTntroduceJ Into Europe n"IIl".e 11"p" 'e
'ears, the stage Is rapidly being Pants; are still scarce and sellIng port by next spring to bring It to Hv unuunt,, t.nl l..rtrdTo .
//1 fr placing with MA own friends so many state appointive. re-I 'f't for the translation of the from' $2.25 to' $2.50 per thousand u vote on the floor. -by Venetian traders In 1613. I Ihah.ii.-: tine,, ....n.I....

tions Were probably surprised( to learn this:, week that he hurch 1st. Thes. 4:16-17: also :: but farmers have been very Last speaker of the afternoonwas Chinese ascribe the discovery of To nnlun. **N** Idea'dr') I"I'

reappointed twenty-one inspectors of the Agricultural De- Re\ 13.: active during the rains of the past the Rev. C. W. Mathlson. pas- tea to the reign of Shea Nung. a IIV nin..,niit.' f"du.11..1.,1" I ITO I"'

+{ who i The Mission pianist Mrs. O. E. weeks and have set many of them lor of the Methodist Church In legendary emperor living about Ito'""Ro.a ",,..,- ??....1.. 414.,,.:
partment were given their positions by Governor
: Sholtz. tansbury, being away on : out. It is believed that the acreage Jtarks about twenty years ago and 2737 B. C. To Pa la no* due '"n,!;
cuiIet't"i
ht '; The reappointments were made at the request t of Commissioner tier place was successfully around Storke Is heavier thanit now living In Green Cove Springs. I I Ti Flv nniount Hulunr. dun' l .

t i Nathan :Mayo, but show that the Governor is capable of If I. Dodd of "Mldlikes"A vaC:1t1on'j was at this time last year but is He said that his L sympathy was sPR. Iii, OK'Ias'ridaso'rI'N cci:.K ,I| ."..ft !*.l 111..1.ltri. "".Y.nd le"n'1Re. .441.=,

making disinterested! appointments::: at time cordial invitation Is repotted to be rather. light In the with the 28.00O.OOO housewives In Notice l is hereby irltrn that under To Bni' nrv duo
.
the public to all services. Lawtey, the .United States who give the slid In ni-iMiMunrr with th.I'l''r- Pv nni'Mint .nll..r,1
.I,. taln final ducri-e of for..fl..Muie and. To R Iiin.-.. due

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