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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 17, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Established 1877 Subscription-For Year, $1.50; Six 111'oaths, 75c-Payable in Advance E. L. Matthews. Editor and Owner"

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GROWERS N A SAMPLE OF BRADFORD'S COTTON HEAVY CUT POTATOESWILL BE DISTRIBUTEDTO CITY ELECTION NEW SCHOOL i:.


Shown here is M.

URGED TO USE P.tor Matheny of the local, opera cot SCHEDULEDFOR NEEDY SATURDAYMrs. STARTING GETS SMALLEST BUILDING }


I Joseph B. Wilson commodity -

LOCAL GIN ton gin, a proudly basket displaying of n WPA ROLLS clerk that for certified the WPA relief yesterdaysaid clients in CROWDEVER BACKED BY CLUB i

ginned Sea Island Bradford Union. and Baker Counties

cotton, which several will begin receiving Saturday --

Daily Quotations On buyers have V Washington Orders That morning 17,000 pounds of Irish potatoes Only Fifty-one Voters Rotarians Will Meet k
at the local warehouse, received
Prices To Be pronounced the best t 1,500 Be DismissedIn here Monday for distribution Turn Out at PollsTuesday Board Next First

in the state Fifteen sole+ .,a 1
ReceivedHEREITBESTU ac R State 1JlondaycnOWUED )

bales have been gin NA The carload of potatoes received I

STATE ned to date, of which ?' .4 ; LOCAL OFFICE NOT YET here tained the more first than of this 30.000 week pounds con ALL INCUMBENTS ARE CON D ITIONHDANGEROUS. ,

IN S. R. Johns has a'r e ar1l' .}. IT IS SAID
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TOLD OF EFFECT HERE which will be distributed to a total REELECTED: : UNOPPOSEDOnly ) _
bought all but four a '. A" of six counties in the district In

The Bradford County Cooperate The price being paid : .r' The local WPA1' office yesterday which Bradford Union and Baker fifty-one voters probably The Rotary Club Wednesdaywent

Association cotton gin at '' moaning had received no information are Included. Distribution days, (he fewest ever to go to the polls on record as being heartily in 4
running full blast Is six cents In the 't i'y ,k in here In favor of a new elementary school
rolls this electionturned
Stark' la now as to how rviief Mrs. Wilson mild, are set for Tu..sdaYR a city out '
under the able supervision of M. P. seed and twenty-five *' rah county would be ei fee ted by an order I Wednesdays and Fridays. Tuesday to elect a mnyor, a clerk building at Starke. The action followed .

Matheny, old time Sea Island cot. cents for lint. How. 'r I horn Washington requesting Now only clothing and potatoes are a marshal and two councilmen' an enthusiastic meeting at
er of Brooker. The gin is a a Immediate dismissal of 1,500: employees which various members In short
Carl clerk
ton gIn ever, the price has q y o'i' being given relief clients. It was Johns polled the

turning out a very fine grade of not yet been deflnltely 7. k > try; a ke n # 4v. C in Florida. especially pointed out by Mrs. Wilson highest number of votes on the crowded speeches conditions told of dangerously in- the e
cotton. At least two of the buyers ;y The cut will bring the state's that only certified relief ticket- -forty-six. T. Frank Lnn- present
who, have visited here say that fixed for the 's'raJ4e' quota for those on work relief to clients are eligible for these commodities drum mayor, and A. L. Alvarez school building. A. J. Griffls superintendent ,

Slarke U turning out better cot season and growers d'g ai v, e bra 22,500, where it will remain for the marshal, came next with forty-five. of public Instruction, "

ton than airy other gin In the state. who do not wish to e 7rty"i'Ii3 t--1. ? I' remainder of this month and probably For councilmen, W. M. Edwards and F:. J. Lewis a member of the f,,

The price of Sea Island cottonhas sell now hold through October, State Ad. polled thirty-eight And W. L. Wall, school board, were present The ',

not been positively set, as thereare may "' 7 ab>E* "g ministrator Frank P. Ingram said. LONG LEASESSought thirty-one. All men elected are entire board had been Invited to {
their cotton to If
see
no definite quotations as to ; When the tourist season begins incumbents! and all are unopposed. the meeting by the Rotarians. ."I

what the lint should bring. How any advance le. :% s | and private business expands fur Fifteen voters wrote In the name Mr. Griffis stated that it would : ,

ever local interests expect to have made. Slight dam ther, there will be other reductions of H. Jacobs for councilman Mr. be necessary for the county to put 1
In a few days. wr) up around $20,000 In order to ;;
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daily the administrator added. Jacobs l
age was done to the was not a candidate and
to hold their obtain an $80.000 building as a :'
cotton Growers for are a few urged days until some crop by recent heavy The beglnning\ of the citrus sea FOR FARMERSAGENCY neglected to vote himself, being in WPA project, which has already f
son, general Improvements in eco- Jacksonville Tuesday for the Jew. !
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been
definite information can be had as rains, but continued lab approved by Washington. He
nomic conditions and the necessity holiday.
to the prices. fair weather will overcome said It was possible' for the school i
of work relief
reducing expenses .
Carl Johns and L. B. Alexanderare most of this.MAY cited for RELIEVES THEY -- - board to make arrangements to i,,
were as reasons
the local buyers in. Starke. I the new cut.Ingram WILL PROMOTE BETTER BEST SELLERAT raise the county's share of the *,

However on designated days of I CROPS AND MORAl.F.ifol't money and he believed that they j i.
Is BE said the reorganized set- LIBRARY would do so as soon as they become
each week it planned to have KILLEDIn
I! NEGROES up of the WP became effective convinced that the people are In. '
representatives here of all the out VALUABLEROSSER is now being.made to aid
today Under it the state Is divided rehabilitation farmers to "NORTHWEST PASSAGE" favor of the project. i'
fits buying cotton In this state. secure
I II Into eleven areas. Previously BRINGS PRAISE FROM F. F. Stump mad! a short talk In .'
Growers may rest assured that THINKS HE HAS Accident longer lenses on the land they
It was separated into four dis farm, said L. O. Farm which he sail that a building must
they will get as much for their ORIGINAL COPY OF Fortson( ALL CRITICS t
tricts.J. eventually be built, and that the :.t
cotton at Starke as they will get DECLARATIONF. Security Administration district '
for it at any other gin in Florida."If I NEAR STARKE Y..Wilson of Jacksonville, one supervisor of the rural rehabilitation "Northwest Passage", the beat- people of this county will be pass-
of the of the four district directors, has book In ing up a golden opportunity If they
you hear that higher prices W. Rosser proprietor program in eighteen central selling America today, maybe
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are being paid In other places, be O Boy lunch room here has in his been assigned as acting state director I Florida counties including Brad found on the shelf of the Starke fail to build It under the WPA (

lure you check up before you go to possession what he believes mightbe 'I MOTHER AND DAUGHTER of the operating division ford. public library, Mrs. H. H. Young, which will furnish about seventy- It,

the trouble of taking your cotton one of the original fifty-five WERE ON WAY TO The others were named field rep- County supervisors have been advised librarian said yesterday. The library five percent of the money. -,)

there t'ountyAgent T. K. Mc copies of the Declaration of Independence WORK IN FIELDSA I resentatives. They are W. E. Rob that our program this year, here keeps right up with the L. A. Gray stated that attemi- 'ii

Chine warns. All cotton growersIn inson of Tampa O. A. Sandquistof will emphasize soil building and minute In reading material and all ance at school here Is Increasing ;fj u

Bradford County are urged to He brought his prized possessionto negro woman and her daughter Miami and C.t D Tomlinson of erosion control practices wherever of the first ranking books as at the rate of sixty pupils each

support their home gin. This gin the Telegraph office this week were killed near here early ) Pensacola. satisfactory leases, have been negotiated -I shown by "What America Is Read. term, and that the old building now

l Is a cooperative enterprise owned and upon casual Inspection It Wednesday morning when the A recent reduction In administrative The practice of plantingsoil I ing," may be found there. In use is carrying a much heavier j

and looks genuine, being apparently which and supervisory personnel I Critics have load than it was designed for, and
operated by a group of farmers truck In they were ridingran I building crops and proper care been unanimous In i 4
In this county. Any cotton hand-written on a large sheet of Into a ditch close by Dr. Park's brought about an expense reduction of soil means much to the yield following praising "Northwest Passage" The that conditions are therefore dangerous ,

grower in the county is eligible for yellowed-with-age paper and containing farm on flood 28. It is stated that,I of about "$155,000* annually, this activity, Mr. Fortaon St. Louts Star-Times says, "It Is a ,

membership and In fact Is Invited the familiar signatures of the driver of the truck apparently ; Ingiam said. states. The Increase In yield and lusty, swinging tale; full of verve Dr M. B. Herlong said that that ,

and urged to join. the signers at the bottom. I fell asleep and lost control of the ---- .. the quality of production justifies' and valor; a fantastic story but a members of the school/ board are :,t.

Mr. McClane said: "Let's everyone Mr. Rosser says he found the I machine. I'I'I more attention to this sound farming warmly human one; a genuinely elected by the people and that this '1
To Call Pastor '
Baptist should be :"
I all the
work to have all of Bradford paper twenty years ago, after the i Ten other negroes all riding In .' practice. 1 enjoyable excursion through fiction authority they 't
County cotton ginned in Bradford death of his mother In a dresser i the truck were injured and suffer. It was decided by the First Baptist Short term leases of one year or and history." need to Justify them In going ahead :

County It your neighbor is car- drawer in the old Illinois farm- '\: 'Ii .shack but their injuries were Church of Starke In conference by the season do not afford an opportunity -i Another Important addition to and 1 doing what Is best for the 'i{y

1)'lnglIs/ cotton out of the county, |, house that was his home. Since ,, not fatal. Wednesday evening to considerthe I' nor the incentive to devote -' the library Is Margaret Minis' county. He said it is detrimental ;':u
i of the Rev. L. A. to a child's health to be '
|)Icase show him the advantages then he has tried several times to I j I Officials who Investigated said Shepherd application of Palatkn! for at time and money to replenishing 'I I chid on Your Hit Iget"; It will 01"1 ap- In nn overcrowded building.confined i+

c Mr. was decided to ldelegation !
services. r
next have
since he can have his cotton i the paper Is the real thing, but has transported' from Athena Ga., to Sunday morning that he will move at the end of i I like to know how to make hulh a largo

ginned as" cheaply and as good, If j so far been unable to contact an Canal Point Fla., where the Clew- I Shepherd supplied for the church I the season the farmer concentrates ends meet while keeping theta ;: to attend the from the Rotary Club .
no-\ hetter AS he could have it gin- i' authority on the subject.Mr. iston section one of the State's last Sunday morning and evening ,, all labors and resources to make elves well-dressed' and keeping the the regular meeting of

n anywhere. I Rosser left the paper withus largest. sugar: cane points! was to ind the members were favorably I I the crops In hand and Ignores all family\ well-fed. school board In October in the f

"Very to' and anyone interested; in seeingIt furnish them work for beveral I' Impressed by him. It was decided ,,; obigallon; to the land from which 'I interest of Ihe school project !t.J't.
loon
now we
II ''t..v. expect miy do so by calling at our of- woekl. !,, to consider his application on the i!I tho crops are taken. This indif-
quotations on Sea 14.hr load of consisted of lay above mentioned and all members Terence Is PINE TREES SHOULD BE TREATED I
cotton.. which will come to my i fire. The negroes> j I[ understandable but It |I

..trI"" -o that every grower will l I| ----- -A fur men and boys one small girl, rca when are urged the matter to attend will the he servo disposed constitutes an erosion of responsibility AS A CROP FOR BEST RESULTS ;'a

kn i ru exactly/ what cotton Is1 I Ia I Braceletswere the chief ornaments two nogto! women and three Infanta. ns well HS abuse of land. The
of anc-R-nt German( tribes. ; (f. i list wastes human '
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I 111 s the I resources and
day that he sells., I The bulk of the remaining merchantable show ff,
daw-log timber In pr.lp.rt\
---- I the second wastes natural ;)
"ft" :,tins have damaged somecr I resources. I timber, about eighty percent produce a profit must be at leasteleven '
,
> ton GOVERNMENT MOVES TO CURB Tl'lI.JOll'" Building : ",
will naturally lower the | of the entire fltanl. is In privAte inches In diameter for softwoods. .

quality >al some bales. However HUNTERS ON THANKSGIVING ; The wOodt'1atol'e building ad1 I; Our )jnogram so far In this region < hands and much of this woodland Then eleven Inch trees l'd6
1 Ii has made
the pri, ql.'cts are that we will have 'accnt to Errol:/ Alvarcx1 b"l'berj) possible remarkable Is bring cut with no regard to proilurc so little lumber that the "'I..
t-et''r' ,m the average crop of i near the S. A. L. depot in ] Kilns In net worth by for men ly dls- future profits to be obtained' from farmer gets :
whop forhis
j practically nothing
| TALLAHASSEE'rhe federal unit. The lOt tIe hunting( season, treated families who aided''
t' wore
'n mil at less average quallv 'ritarke.; wns torn down last wtpk'I thtni. Only when treated HS ItCI'OP labor 1
F.' 'on bales of cotton have i government's new hunting regulations pens Nov. :20! on all types of I[ by ..1.V.. White, owner, and the with guidance and! credit facilitiesof and managed for a continuous Selectively cut woodlands ''I

''II'!" .n ginned by the gin." I will prohibit shooting water nine It extends to Feb. 15 for J lumber: was moved to his residence j jI the rehabilitation/ program.In .| supply of timber can the fairer the soil from erosiuntrees are protect harvested .n(
.'owl in Florida on Thanksgiving quail turkey and squirrel but it 1B33::: of .
a
-- -- loses Dec. 31 for deer. I I Tim move was made Mr. White (II survey 6,08-1 families expect his woodlands to he profit is they mature, the younger 3trees

Seaboard! Looks I Day explained after city ojrirlals made In Florida disclosed total net able. are left to develop and ample
Ahead Wholesale slaughter of rtjrki The state bag limit on quail! Is worth of $1,753,900.21
I I an appeal I to property owners to''I'strrv or an average For years private timber owners timber Is left for future har :.I
. JACKSONVILLE -. Foreseeing! I net Thanksgiving caused biologal ;!- iiteen a day on I turkey two a day old and dvlupJJated build- net worth per family of' have been urged' by the Forest vests. ,I
the tuv : "f, more than 10,000 cords | ,-al officials in Washington tad five a and on deer 32518al.' A recent
of survey season ings which lend to detract from the I lepoit shows Products Laboratory, Madison Forestry on the farm is a (plume! ";''
pulp wood daily within the next I I to move the start of the hunting: {bucks: only) one a day and two in '0 ks of the town. tint -1.238:!: families In 1037 increased Wis. to fuliipt I measures that funnel of agriculture the some us growing '"

decade! to supply the south's rapidly ', season up one day: to make it open a season. ... their net worth to $6,370.207.32:: ve their timber In order that grain .
---- --- crops Trees as well as ordinary :
) gi '.'ing pulp and paper mills, the day after Thanksgiving."We -- -- --.-- i, i nn nvtlrtge per fdrmy, of $1.! r. im woodlands assume their farm "
may crops depend on sunshine
the S*..' ,ard, Air Line Railroad has decided to run the open sea BirthsMr. | Buys Cary Home i 5IJ3.-i 11, Fifty-one per' cent of rehabilitation 1 fIr share of an Increasing farmi :, moisture' ;

Industrial rpotntdl Albert F.. Wackerman ns I son from Nov. :27! through Dec 2f and Mis. Vernon J. Slade, Mrs.' Edna: : Dowty, mother of I clients in Florida operate I burden now carried by other crops. diflerence Is that the other cropshave '.'

fOle ler. Within the in order to protect the game fion- 'i Mrs. R. A. Weeks of Brooker, recently I' as owners having some equlty It requires from thirty to sixty I to be planted every yearwhereas ,.
fi-t two" years eleven) pulp and par I Thanksgiving Day crowds," explained Hampton, boy, September 5 I' purchased the Cary home .' in their land. In this district, years for trees to develop to a prof. timber when properly ,
per mills have located In six off IIal Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Johnson said\ Mr. Fortson the net worth of "
the one biological survey at the corner of Call and Orange r itable size and in the meantimethe I managed, yields a crop
the lutes nerved by the S. A. L and I ; "On that day, you know, Starke, girl, September 6. 'Streets.' It was: stated that Mrs. our families In 1935 averaged farmer must pay taxes, pro. every few years with every practically yearor -
Gre..n.Hal"ke.
site!. for a twelfth has been seCUEi they'll shoot everything in sight. Mr. and Mrs. W. E.2. Dowty who Is now visiting In Kentucky (22t.o7. By hard work and eagerness I test his woodlands tom damage by no work In making the soil ,1

" When all are completed Last year the federal waterfowl girl..September will probably move here to better themselves networth I' fire, Insects, and diseases, and fl- fertile or replanting. In raising

florld.1"ginla. North Carolina Georgia, hunting season opened Nov 26 and Mr. and Mrs. W. H.1.Green Lawey noon to make her home. The deal of the families In this district -'I nally when the crop Is ready to cut all crops, except timber, the farmer (;
and Alabama will need The new girl. September i made the Wilson now approximates 132025.:
a ended Christmas Day. was through >the must' find a profitable market. has strlved to improve the qualIty )
dally Mrs. R. M. Addison
Mr. and .
production of 5,000 cords of after Christ- .- I
schedule adds the day Realty Company. and the
of
PUlp 5. Many owners are now cutting quantity the yield
wood. Starke, boy September
problem. To supply this is his mas to compensate for the ellmilated Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Raulerson, Many Speaking Dates I their timber so that only trees of whether It be corn, oats, barley, .1

Thanksgiving Day. 29. I i With rather i certain diameter are harvested wheat, cows pigs or horse, so
-. Gabriel- 3roi>ker, boy, August Plan To BuildIt a heavy itinerary
Assistants to Dr. Ira N. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson scheduled, for the week Congressman leaving the young trees to grow for why not a little improvement in +;
Green Spoke ion biological survey director inWashington was learned this week that future This sustained the handling of the timber In
Starke: boy, Sept. 15 Lex Green delivered and will' crops. yield crop :?
said they were not Mr. and Mrs J. H. Ritch, who have order that
Congressman it
R. A. forestry' Insures may also become a
perpetual
Green Monday Mr and Mrs. W. P. Kemp Law- have given four addresses before crops
the night In Wllllston addressed w concerned about Christmas ley, girl Sept. 12. Been living in Jacksonville, are Individual and state bodies, beginning from their woodlands. More than source of Increased profit so greatly SYia:i
Parent shooting Greater crowds they planning to build a home on their 185: needed by most farmers.
Teachen' Association Mr. and Mrs. George Baxley, Or- today (Friday) through next: million acre are in farm wood-
on the value of education said were In the woods and marshes property near the Peek place on lands.. These woodlands, if .- -.
the and how urge Park girl. Sept. 13. Wednesday' when he will be a principal prop- .,
/ multitudes had benefited dl- at Thanksgiving. Mr and Mrs. Hoke Smith, Orange Kingsley Lake. Rock for the chimney : speaker before the Klwanls: erly managed, are.capable of yielding Pecan Crop Off ;..
/'telly aid meted out As before, the open season on Park. girl. Sept 14. has been placed, on the lot, but flub luncheon In Jacksonville, ; fuel fence posts poles, and saw After
to child making a brief of
81'hool en! who Joves will begin Nov. 20 and close It Is not yet known when actual timber for repairs and farm con- survey .!-
otherwise
-.-- --- Wednesday at one o'clock on an the In this
ought Dade Broward and construction will begin. It will be pecan crop county. C. t.
have In ,
31.
been Ian. struction' and In '
deprived of school many cases a surplus -
Invitation from State President of H. t
Nasworthy. who handled about
tUml-mce. The NYA Monroe Counties, the season will Rotary Signs ErectedFour ,I a two-story building. for cash sale.
fek'ral Is one- of the the Chamber (f Commerce, Harold $9,000 worth last season estimate ,
Sponsored| branches of social be Oct. 1-Nov. 15.: ducks handsome, bronze signs --'S----- Colee. At 1:30: o'clock, Green will The greater part of future lumber that the present crop Is only about
limit
aC'IVltles' that are helping students The dally bag on and welcoming Rotarians to Starke I i New Welfare $Worker also address listeners of WMBR'or will be sawed from second' one-fifth of last/ year's Some far-
In the aggregate
earn during their training will be ten and stating the time of weekly fifteen minutes. Other dates growth woodlands. These
Nod In pe-j particular species, Miss Unit Pearl Hubbard arrived: are gen. mere describe this as a "wood!
of
grammar and high school. five any meetings here, have been placed on ,|r du- ncludert In the itinerary arc: Frl- erally of uneven age containing year" Mr. Nnsworthy said. meanIng .
is increased this week to assume' her
the limit on geese : here
while from four to five. Geese highways north south east, and j',i ties' as a visitor with the local Wei- I 'u.)'. Branforil, where a speech on small and Urge trees and by selective that the energy of the tree U
Tri-State west' of town. The signs cost bt'enerr.plo'ed I Constitution Week" will he given I cutting the larger and, defective going/ toward growth instead of "
Sing to the protective !: tore office. She had formerly
The! have responded S12f)0; each and were purchased byw!' 1 vhen a celebration Is scheduled. ) trees are taken out Spates toward making nuts. It Is estimated ,
( said better than In Baker County.1'resbyteriaff I
officials ,
1Itn": tTlnrltll-i IrIlIlReet Singing Convention nost other game. ,lasted l by R. F Clark a member ) I fuwannce River Press Association, I trees are cut often determine the realized about $30,000:: from the "
hOC\1 lit the L"" City High' The limit on dowill he decreased of the club II | Church umbers will hear an address by llameter of the tree. Pulpwood crop last year.
Auditorium to fifteen.
bier Sunday Sep- from twenty of I Green and Saturday species and thone for fence .
26 auto ----- The Rev. J. M. Thompson Congressman posts - ja
day Bing. 'All at 10 a. m- for an all Florida state narrowed regulations to conform I In the count of votes for differ Lake Mary, will preach the morn- : afternoon he will attend a Foothill of course, are cut when smiller It you hive your tires r.tre."1- t
*1 to singers are request. matically are dinner, making a speech at the than those used; for lumber but the ed, them
be resent if the ent rooms, It was found !Ir. bleGaaleyd ng sermon at the Presbyterian: use on the rear wheel
regulations
tnMialiu| invited to and atten the .public Is with state federal law carries a higher: bag I : grade won the prl




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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKJE. FLORIDA .FRIDAI'. :;IfPUURF.1t:

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:' i.I ; FLA. STATE FARM the day for the opening gun. FlorIda or less.aMHeesment of the said the house door $ 01.
J : : Differences In Two Type Of PaymentsTo Wall Advances end The proper month of CkVohel' J") h
I.' sportsmen In Fort Myers !v under the said certificate IMHiifd the 4th, day of () .
Official Mr- BrjaiihltrielJ, Cor. DeadlineTo formed was In the name of HarveyI Dated this -rd da"OFFICIAL > "
I Aged Are Explained By Report other sections have groupsto ;
1 t : ;1 I\an ford. 1)37. tttlll,,
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Jack Bradley spent several days September 15 cooperate with the Bradenton t'nless said ...I'lt..t..h,1 be re.. ( LiB4ru, .f
1') deemed ,' Ilw. property A. J. -
In answer to questions that have month covering the amount of old with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Association and have hired lawyersto described th..r.11 will be Bold to ClerIc THOMAS of ;

,, :. ,' I come In from citizens of this section age benefits to which he Is entitled.- M. Bradley en route to Savannah. TALLAHASSEE deadline figr-t the matter out In veterinarian court.- the highest door on bid.l.r the first Monday the "ourlho".e In Iradto",1 Circuit"'n.1, ,;cr I 141.NtY1'iI "f ,

i I t. : Henry C. Megill manager of Old age benefits, mean futureprotection. Ga., from the C. C. C. Camp at I for employer liability reports under Dr. J. V. Knapp state the month of October 1I>37, whichIs .

assistance implies Brooksvllle. d..t'lare1 that the so.calel the 4th day of O'lob.r. 1937.
the field office of the Social Security Old age ,.f : 01'F'IlI
the unemployment compensation I deer PII.
:: Board at Jacksonville. Issued right now. In other "tropical tick" Is found on 1937. 'r'"pa'i ''0,
help Mrs. Ethel Tillman and daugh. j law has been. moved up to Sep lull:,
of south 45en. I'l
I '" I t the following statement- which words old age benefit Is very much ter Mary Elizabeth, returned Sunday tember 15, Harold C. Wall. dlrectoa'10f the thick swamp areas deer innOI'th ( A. ,J.SKAL.ThoMAS) NOTICl. .t.If I-111; l'H: "1, ,: I

,t 'S ,. ; shows Ihe difference- between old like Insurance. Old age assistance is to their home in Brundldge J I the compensation Florida but is not found on Clerk of Circuit Court 0(' E C. Pr'.t.' '! r'>i'i
and west Florida. The deer County, Florida. elite No. 5. I| "'"
,; assistance and i old benefits relief for needy men unempomt'nt nr.drorl ,
age age like money Ala. after visiting Mr. and Mrs.A. Industrial 36t.IO.1o'rl' f.pt..rb..r. A, I :)
I in these swamp areas must be eliminated .. i I !
i 'I'I : and women who are .sixty-five A. Jordan for two weeks. last week. 'n
1 t. / !commission announced If the cattle tick la to be .: OP \Pfl.lC\1IO\ tlon for a tit i niic,.
I :j Old age assistance (sometimes years old and over. Old age benefits I moved because I thereon., Raid >
; Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger entertained "This deadline wus up he states. After the 'l'0 D1KiI(11pnp : : \ 'u-
eliminated
it! J called "pensions" ) Is given by a will be paid by the Federal of that peopleover Rill \. IIUNOTtCK ; > I the t"l"whM "H.Ih. .
t Geiger's Sunday many
Mr. tick Is eliminated these areas will IS IIKKKBY: : : That ,
11'1'N. "
y t State to its own aged citizens who government when the paymentsfall School class at a supper at Crystal the State'are away on vacations I,. II. Iowell. holder of ,' Florida towl:

1 i ; ; are In need. Under the Social Security Old assistance is be rt'stoke. 1 cate . issued the 6lh day of Iorlh-hll cerllflvtili.'X"
due. and and because employersdid
I' I I age Lake Games
Saturday. many
>, filed ,
<< + A. I 112. hits same .
l..pl."b..r.
'I 1 Act the Federal Government paid by the State. Old age benefitswill swimming were enjoyed throughout not receive.the reports In the I ofl.... it nit hl" made application ship B Liou t I ".

I 4t : gives the State money to helpcar who An elephant'a trunk contains tax, deed to be 'issued containing
1 be paid to working people the afternoon. first maing.: Also many have not embraces less. ant.w;
nearly muscles. thereon." Said certificate
1 <; } '". 'lo for its needy aged in their own will be entitled to benefits by reason Mitts Jessie Drew In the of sent la this report due to misunderstanding 40.00 the following described property In The ..... .

; homes; but It Is for the State to of their earnings.The guest the County of Flr".r"'d., State uf arty under ( ; Pro'
r -I own wage relatives In Jacksonville.In Wall explanled. SPUfltl.: *I '"TI':"'' ISOTICKor Florida. to-wlt ; sued:' was In ,:'
determine who shall receive this willdept'nd Slelner..
of the MAI.KNotice
payments
amount thought that If One A (hit K side of the t? ,
I "Many people on .
I Woman's ..
the Club IN hereby given (hat underanI said
J l aid and how much. rom l'I. ,
the earned Under A tract of land formerly owned || |
upon wages did not have eight or more In accordance with that certain d 'h.I' b' '-
,ft 4 J Old aged benefits will be paid to day night. Misses Enza Weaver they by P. ''. rioodwlne In M.-. of NK' ." ,r"rdlnl to In.: n.
final of and : eity "
'
the old age benefits system.Old Iria Crews Sadie Prince and Bet employees they would not have to d..r.by. to.c".ur. .. :if SW". bounded N by Win. Hall, the highest "i ii Hill. I I" IIdOI''{
workers the Federal bidder .
I qualified by lale I'.nd..r..t nt' ,
South Siiruh # Section 21 'liii
t '1t Government after they reach the age assistance Is paid to needy ty Jo Webb were hostesses witha fie a report with this division an Jldf the circuit Court of. TownHhlp:by; :6 South.' ;(.t lOunge; 22 house door on the flrnM, ,""',
Bradford County Florida, In Chancery t liiiitcn t Ii of '
t i people who are now too old to work Such Is not the case however for Hnst I acre, more, or October' i-j::7Ullrl'I. ,
l large of people In that causa Clltllll"/ the 4th "
H i age of sixty-five. Old age benefits group young 'e"1111 I"dlnl lens.The. diy of Oelohoi, ,t'mj 1|
0 and who have no other- means of from Starke and from the Farm every Individual or firm who hired In MIIhi Court wh.r..ln The F..r.1 Dated this 3rd" ila> -,
4 J are based on a worker's own I as Land Bank of In assessment' of the said property 1 iftiT: 'ml.
j support. either 1936 1937 t'olulbl. ,1..lnlf under the said certificate is-
their ts. At the end of anyone during or
j'g.. earnings and will be paid t.qllallflt'd gue sev- ntid S. H. Thompson It Al. (OFFICIAL 8KALI.
,. .+ Hiie<4 was In tilt name or Ad.i; Mack.I'nlesH .
file this with Cape No. R the under.signed A. J. l'hlOi8l.s
are required to report t..ldnnl.
; i I .
J workers In every State eral hours' of dancing and games. I decree said' ,'.rttl..at. shall be re.deemed Clerk
Special by of
reRirdlenti of need. DOJRLERUN I I I lice cream and cake and bon bons the unemployment compensationdivision appointed will M..le.sell to the.n'd lilffli- described ae'uirul i therein, will, the be propertv sold- Trad" ford, CiiI t'onl" i ,jl

wh Mm. W. A. Tyler Cor. were served. Mrs. Roy Roberts to complete their legal re- est bidder for .cash in front of the to the highest bidder at the courthouse 1.-5t-IU-I .
r For Instance: Here ure two cous- South front door of the Bradford
and Mrs. Ernie quliements even though they do I In Itt arke Florida door on the first Monday In NOTION *"
Dowling of Starke I County Courthouse I OF I '! ii' t i
IOI live in State where which
They a I the month 1 or 1HI7.:
1.10.. II'
; of this not have to pay taxes. This Includes during the lesral I '''r of .ul. ,' Foil TAIII.t: ||
W. R. Connor spent the first were chaperones on occasion. IH the 4th dnv 1917Hilled
3l ? both old age assistance and old 1 age on Monday. October I t> 19:17.: l"'I"le (Senate. Hill s.,, 111:11:
'
benefits last week In Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs. M. L. Edwards, left Saturday -t every type of business from, the follou: low, premises situate InFlrndford : I thin 2 lh of \I/"I. MVTICK": HF.KI.m: : '. I..
ii ate provided under the Soiitj 1 11:17fOKKICtAt. '
and Mrs. Joe Lee of New- for her home In Melrose after boarding house to farmerdairy, Countv Florldii. to-wit: SKA) ii. C. demons an. ]H. 'I
holders ,
clot Security Act. John Smith Isover 1.0113 II 1.1 6:1: of Set10.. ..I'7 ,
iitj : tAIl and Is berry are visiting her parents Mr. j I spending several days with Mr. and dentist, doctor lawyer re- fi ,S. It. 22 i K: unit I 1..1 2 r>f Sec. :Ill, I.A Clelk. J. THOMAS of Circuit Court of ::7.: Issued I the.I 7th, dav: \u 1 ,.V
sixty-five old u.
years I jSWri.
I or other- type of Tup. 6. Il. 22 according: to A D. I 19:1:1.: : has riled .JI' .
and Mrs. B. L. Mrs. Martin Griner. any Hradfoid, County,
;: without any means of support. Jim Bryant.Mrs. I I plat \Noortlawu' ..ror..t on ft-n-fit-IO-l ..I."t. flee' nod has made upn: i !n
"
business. The only requirement la I of I'liit 1 tax deed to be IssuedI,
- -- huge 1
4 Brown who Is nearly sixty years J. U Brantley and little son. C,. with Us Fool hereditaments cert, Iflcale embrace "

I thut the Individual or firm must t..n'H. >O'I'II01": 1 11 Ii i"I i 1 ..w,
old! hits a job in roiling mill nnd Roger spent Saturday with her pa. HAMPTOKMies and appurtenances and\ .'Oil T \'PPI.lr."rO. described properly" In .th .,
have one person during either the rent and thereof.MAftci's F1 hAil a little money in the bink.i rents Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Brown. Ada "I... Cerrr.r.... .t 1936 or hl'ed 1937." I I""rl., % '. <'eitste Hill o. .HINOTICK : > 1.r.I'Thirty-three.., T it::? ,ii' ,
: I IS IIKIIIOIIY 01 : That ''u
i 1 :. Old, assistance Ralph Jarvis of Fernandlnu was I Am MiiNter In Chancerv.K .\I'S. Thirty-five and tornmi' I'W".t.
age was meant f..I. |I..t. "' Shi Hlnltll.' hlhl. "I Certificate I
.
- -- VII tttu. .
for people like John. If he wishesto vlslU'.g relatives here Friday. I JOHN W. N1MVIO III'I'Atorney. No. riL'l, IHHiied the 7th day Range.t..n Kant:to 1"hip
/ f.II. "it' ,
STOLK.V WORDS plal"lf of AiisTUst. A. I I'. has filed .a.
The entire sad- 1133. ale .'
apply for this aid he should get Mrs. U P. Jarvis and sisters I I community was 9.1-4-1.1 In my office and ha. made application The: ... I."-. '> ,.

in touch with social and Mrs. J. 1... 'dened Wednesday night when It Four out of every five words for 1 tax deed to be Issued HHHeHHinent ,of t lit iui Ira
the welfare Miss| Doris Brown SPIi0l ''"T' 10oIC.: erty under the salil 'erllfi, .I
i- j'.sIJ"I4 In his write attended church at Snx- was learne that John W. Nlmmo, you use are stolen. That Is If you >. .1': 1.r""n. .I" certificate I embraces, ed was In the 'name .>f ., ""I '
agency own county or Brantley N'otlce IH hereby gh..n that under I hug t..rlh. property" u tliidger.I'nless. 1.'ta

to the Commissioner of Public Welfare ton Saturday night. postmaster of Hampton. accept the accusation made this and In ui'rnrd.ince with that certaIn' the County of FI'I< State of laid cert ific'ttla 'hull ho t

hud passed away. A genial friend week that Americans are the i final decree of forerlunuie and Hale 'I.rld.. to.wl: deemed according to law. lIt. !
: at the State Capital.) O. U Brown was visiting O. T. rendered by Hon. A. '.. Adklns aJudae Qllrl..r of. .oulhel1.tQll1rl..r erty, deMcrlbed therein sold7 jr
and such he will In the .
neighbor an longbe greatest language thieves W..I Ii .ra"1h..t "II"
i of the Circuit Court of llrad- / the highest bidder
When old overtakes Jim the Nelson of Saxton Sunday morning. II
age missed by his associates. history of the world. not only tak- ford County Florida In Chuncerv.' QI.rl..r of I'allh. ""t house door on the fhst Motir.,.. :"t.
t chances- are that he will not have Misses Evelyn- and Joyce Conner In that. certain cause pending in said .r 1"01 29..TownstiipHoutli. the month of October, I Iti'T. "hi
J. W. Niromo was born in Anna ing our land from the Indiana but.wlplng 7 Mast con-
to ask anybody for help. If his and brother Donald. of this. section Court wh..I'I'h., Federal Land Is the 4th day of October, |i"7
Cil I loss.The
tL 111., on March 18. 1871 and moved a lot of their words. Bank .lulhla. plaintiff and tamIng; 1'r.. '"0' or Dated this 2..I"I:i ( .111; 'i, A"K'j.|
; wage record entitles him to monthly were visiting their uncle and aunt J..BHle Anderson a widow Kt. Al. assesment of the said property I1I7.

$ the and Zone Crawford. Sun with his parents to Florida In The accuser Is Wilfred J. Funk, are .1t'r."I"1". ('itee No. 074 the un- under the said vertlllcale, In- (OFFICIAL SEAL)
benefits will bring Mr. Mrs. .
postman I 1882. and derHlMrned Special Muxter by Maid, de. .u.d was In I. name of C C. A. .1 THoM\S.

him a government( check every day.NOTICE. iictlonury maker poet publisher cree appointed wil ...I to the hlBThent UlaUeCnless" Clerk of Circuit, '-oiirl, of
wall certificate be
He confessed Christ and united who asserts that four out o bidder for t'l..h. fri>nt of the .hol redeemed Bradford Count n.i' ,
according I ? to In tu', Ih. propertv .d.
South non of the HradfordCounty H-27-6f-9-24
with the Baptist Church at the of every five words in the English described therein will be sold .
CourthouMe Florida.
:; In Htarko --
of nineteen. Sun. "stolen." 1 the le ul Hale In tin htKh"t b..d..r. at the courtlotse
lHMv age serving as a language are .101111 hotirH or OF 0 r"l It I lilt
door on I In 0'1'1'r
h. roldav
on October 4th A. F) l 19.17.! tr"1

Notlc .In' hereby" iclven I that the rot '..wlnE described land*, or so l11u<,hIh..root of day School secretary for a number I.s no secret thl "the kmg'sEnglsh" I tie, Mlnduv.following I premlMeH I ... Hituate InBradford I Is lt' m.\1 day of ot( 1 1a1.1 : 7.iMtiil ,' (Senate't Bill\ \ "IIIII,,.: 1111' II

. j as w II be neceHHitry to pay the amount due. for taxes hereinMet years. has created by all County Florida, In.wl: I Ihl. 111th Oetol.r.. .f .: iguat, NOTICE is Hntuin: (;mTI: J

I opuoMte* rr. the name. loffelher\ with cost or such ....I.. and advertising In 1897 while a resident of Lake kinds of kings who ruled England N .of 5 S.NH'4 H. 21"' I'NKS:. contnlninir, S... 25 nnncres ll.7! :! L. (*. demons and. Uoi Mi-mn, L
1 will he sold nt public auction .n the 4th dav or October, 19:17.! : before the ''1' 'lOI-'FU'lAI.' I SFM.! ) holder of .1-S1 of Tax '"ttlfint1, '
c Court lloiiHe rini.iat, Stance, the C unity. of Bradford State of FloridA. Park Ca., he was married to Miss -Danilh. Norman, semi-Fench. more or lees: Together, A. .1 TIIO"IAS.Clerk I 147. Issueil the lltli d I""n .f r Aufftif

PenvrllXloH *.... .... R'" Oi.e?, .IaeC (.eee ., Donnle Shell Swillle, an only son. leml-Dutch. and German And It's and with nppiirtenfinceH t.I..IPI. h..rp".t.anil, the rents of Ciicuit Coin" of flee.A. D. 1925. has ni.'il -."m i'nJ L
and ,
e.1..1, (ID ft K W bv 70 Jesse Lee Nimmo was born of this and prufltM thereof..NMKcra Ftrndford" tVunty I Florida.ori4i has mat. apl'li-atuuu. fat
f ft N & S In SW ('01' ofC. common knowledge that German I.'. BROWN.AM "'-:-:. I tax d..d to b. t.r",." jt.l,
union and Is In the service cei'tlflcHte, embraces follonln]
iiti'; I.. Peek It. .. Rhlchotindeti now "sauerkraut," Hungarian "gouHh" Kpeclill I Mnhler 111 Cllillicery.KVTOIIT .
M bv: MadlHonst of the U. S. Identified I KKII1IITAttornev -: t. 'PPI.ICVMO described property In the "Cnunttr 1
Navy. being < a Spanish "canyon," and Bradford. State of ,lo-nl
W hy Court St. OI-IMT-, for plaintiff I' I--OH ,\ I>IIDensle : Florl.lu.
.tt. hint Town or Staike, in with the U. S. S. Potomac Italian "piazza" and even the Yiddish 9.lo.4t-1O.I. <. Bill ,a. ltl.1tMiTICK Norlh-HII of Lots Purty-ont,I

t NR'4: nf HWl. :2S: 11:1::: Clara r. I'eek ____ 1".115 now stationed at the Navy Yard I : IS H.IIBtlS.: That & Fo"I"'h.' i* in |
4 Lot 2 of Hilt :ili, .1. M "kosher" which Americansmake ,IV THK NAMK OP TUB $TATiOF A. If liieen. hol"t'r Ta" C.rlt. Wood Itawn. 1'4I.n 2'l Tie.chip.
Johns Addition. to'Stal'ke Washington D. C. "0. cato.. the 61' t South, Range. : Cm! -
use of as a synonym for I FI.OKIDA : 11. ... .y .
( In SK''., of HWl, 2* II 23 Mary It. t.&loiiep' ._ .. 7.S3 sisters Miss Ada Nimmo 1, It- hv: filed In ,I August' t>. has filed same tninlng 15 acres, more or IMI
I ; i IU'" A R or Rv 111 HW Corof To K.are what Funk calls "stolen- that .ppe'\I,1' a"h.,1' It Court I In my office and has made upplication The assessment of the Old I""

r SKI: i of HWl',i Hull nil- Mrs. W. P. Blrt also survive ;1 i I Bradford: County' I; Florida; I In Chaneiy : : : I for iitax deed to be Issued e-rty under the said ceinrut' u ,ii- .n cu
goods. : : ,
..,1 N t.v .liiluiH Add W I the deceased one. |I ,. entitled I liorolliy Jennings, ''thereon. Siiiil, certificate I embraceHthe I was I In the name of Hm" ( .1''."

'I, hv Ily, S of 1'.11.," I.lnealxo But now he puts the thieveries !lleitennth. Plaintiff v J. J. llege- I r.l..wlll described property In Lfnles8 said certificate( nhfill liorJdepined ,
l.nt" 0, in of Fttk Funeral were held at the Bradford Slate of o.lnor I I to .I..w, u thi.pro|
erlt'es t t'"UllY
pnth, and the relief
it eighty cent and In the D.r."d"nt. prayed erty ... will be loJ
per
47. .1. M .lnhiiH Addition "'I..rld.. : Ih..r.ln
Santa I that the Defendant
Fe lo-wi
Cemetery at 3:30: p. .being 'H"'r.; lo the highest bidder at \111-M,fhouse
n. to Starke In SEVi m Amerlcnn. contrasted with the Is resident of State or ," Iua.ter of Nortlieu
: ', ;J of $%t', :as: 6 28 -.1 O. t-.v.l: ____ ',.10 on Friday Sept. 10. Re-v. A. J. a Country is it. to the. I t Quarter [ door on the fust t .Mondaythe ,
f_ Lot R I'f r.lli I II. l.lvlrnc- Turner English language he says it runs that 11141'. Pluiltir.un of: :rf 2 Township I I tl month of Octobi-r. 1 Tl! 7 .lithe "
,* of Gainesville, pastor of th. no person Ih. 4lh day of October 1 19'::7.Dated .
tI Hton. Trubv & C< H Addition a few points higher. State of Florid Her" *'Ice of personalprocess I South Its 22 Kast: contulnIIIST
4 to Starke, In W\\K. I the local Baptist Church was In whom would lOA'.1'.., more or less. this :25th:: il.n I ..1ti"<

or Ni!: "t1 2* fJ 23: fl..... \. AlldefHOn, _.- __ 1 12 27 1,' of the Just out offence of habit. Funk upon defendant personiiillv I The assessment of the said property 1 IH17OFFICIAL

_ _I; F1 Lots I. 2 of rtlk IH. I.lv. charge service. The friends has chosen "the ten most remark 1 IT :M ntp :.1Hi: >. :that the' defendli under, the said ferllfIcntw .is- ( SEAL)

,d2 InfffMnf Tlllbv &. Co'MAddltliui I j I serving as active pall bearers were .1. to the sti"d was I In the name of Unknown.I'nlcss A. J. THOMAS
b I.. starke, 1 In able stolen words In his pits- .or""l1lh." appear I said certificate shall be redeemed Clerk of Clreul" "r.. '

I WK ..f XKH: ZS II 22 I'nknowii __________ 16.03. as follows: K. B. Watterson C. L. times with words, Funk several October I'.lll of, <(;'::!I'..I".In"I':t 4th decree of according to law.* the property Bradford (Onl', Florid

I : ....1. 4. A or Rill II. L.IVInBHliin. May U. C. Sweeney. M. L. \Vatter.SO I""no confesso will I I I be entered' against I I I : Tltlbv, : ft 4'oiqt I years ago picked "ten most beauti Mm to the highest bidder at the courthouse
fr Ms That
Audrey Turner and Thol n. r..l1r. appear; 1SOTICK I I lOt
: t \ilditliin. to. Hlnrke In : door on Monday In 01'1'1'
( hush tins "II..r, be I isheI week .h.
lullaby murmuring once a 11'.1
,-,- L w..r Ni"i-:'., 2S ft 23 M M ;M.ii-niin\ ._____. 11.59.' ton Johns. ul"-awn. for four p I weeks I In the I I''the month i I of 'I'I.... I ):)7, which I. 11.1':
l.i.l 4 .nf. .Mlk I.lvlnsT- I mist luminous .4".11' Weimle Bill II"
41. 6. t'anqui. llrndford. ( newspaper the 4th day of october 10.17.Hilled : '
xtcin. Trilby .1< t C'.,'H MliblllMMli.ti j Honoinry pal beaters were: C. .UIIY T..I..Iph.. a i tills lilt''h day of August, NOTH'IJ IIIOUKHY: t.linV J ThiT
chimes and of .
golden melody. Anda I I i ii published ,
general .,. C. and. 'l.ilt''r'
I Clemonn '
ri I |I" .Mt.n'Ue :' .1"11..1. I 19:11:
NIJitof
A. R. L. t
( \'un'en. Turner, B. Y. I In Itrndfoid I Florida.WITNKSS ,
itt ;M'l.; :' Sl.i.l 6 23 -- Trustees I'resbyterlan. few months ago he picked as "the .1' I Iin.n .ttI"l"It'1A1. SI-1AT 1 ,) I..II, -,'" >.r |-I::: (.r" I.f.
I : : iil I
Saxon anJ D. \V Swindle. my hnl. a .th'h.1 I i the hi' I. I .)f H f ff
|
1..u..1
td Chin.h .. ISO A. .1. THOMAS.Clel f.
u ten most over-worked: Okeh tel"rlflc. I of said I Court I Ii is .
[ : ." UM.' A. I D I 1934.! ban flltroftice )
.tg, I I I.fltiIcT&nhiHIk' S PI ofu. I 193 i.
4 & l.ntK., I I. 9 ..t Illk I' AI 'lousy. contact definitely gal A. J. THOMAS.i !1 Bradford. Conui)', Kb.ri.U.. old IUIH mad. ii| : '
i I jiitfips attested to the esteem In n tax deed to be '. .i'' a.
I :
_ _ I I. "- ,2..r tik In. l.lvInHwInn. lerk Court P-3-Kt-IO-l
nickel swell and or Circuit
1'rub, ,' & joe imp'c. honey. t> ld cart" i If Icate I cut bra",,
.4 \sliiuii Mr. Nimmo and .
.S'.li-ilir. ,. was held He into lot of i I.rndford" Count I) "'lo.'ldo. I .' dencrllied proiel'| '' 'j
( l ln \to .starkn ran a t argumentwith I NOTI4: 0) APPI.U' 1'10' Inl
T !
in ;MS; : of ;NK'i; ; as ) 22 Trustees. PresbyterianZ3 { sincere sympathy Is given his family these choices from Damon A f'H.'St, 1.\SnllM. FOIl T,X UKKItOesjute : : -f llradfoiil' stall' 1 nl.i,

_ Cbill-.K, .. --- n____ .-.. 436 | In great loss.i "I I I 11 o 11t (" Bill %D. IKItNOTICK wit
t, Lull.., .\. 4 of Ulli 2S, I.ivIniKton. lhel. Runyon Fannie Hurst Dorothy .3.lt.10-1 t IIRHRHV That I.'.'a 4D 47 I In \ViM.rth: On'i a
I Trubv Co'aSiiii.nirlnliMi I rilVK.V. ffl Township. I 5 Sotit',,. ir igu
: Parker.Valer Winchell. Hendrik 'A. H Or..n. holder i.f 1-6 of Tax I I K.IHI.' !2t'! ii '
I to Htarkeof i I Albeit Blrt, has been work. lu"lllloOnWI: : Certificate No. 2:11.: Isxticil, the Bin 'o".al"I"1
_ NHI.. i: or xni,: | aslilk II ,\. T. !Paul.. ____nn_ 3.45 who VVIllem van Loon and others. But CCUwl.llanl day of .\tigutst. A. ll. 1 1929. has ". less.
: 21, 2 ing in Andrew S. C. returned to ... tI.I The ussesment of I thtv I irP
i.Rlngston. i \ I t I I I for I Divorce.,
; same I in 1,1 r ice and bus made
: : I no matter, here are his "ten most .
_ _ Ttllhv? .V' CO'H SlilidivlHloll his home hue last Sunday Sept. 1':1.17\01'1: iioowviN I. p1 ice. t lout nv..i,. a tax deed to be i isnuedthereon I "n..r" .I the. nit .111 of iwas "I':. 11 Uluett.
In Staike, In .NK1: thieveries. "'
Icmal'kablE ..r."d.4''IS .SaI'tu -rt iti'uiteuhrt'u'
_ of ;NE', 21 6 U 1'.1., I II'hllroh 12. 1. i I I THK: NAMK: < !.' THK: STATK; OFKLOIttDX the i de I i l llieii In .
.5 Bungalow-Bengalese. proiierty lti less l i.h l cettlfii I ,
__ .____ ___ 5 85B65: I I t.I..wln. I su
- Rev. Tin vice will at the the t Bradford., State of
Loti. :t. 4 ..r nik .in, t..IvIflg.to. preach 2. Verandah--Asiatic Indian. I I TO rt.lTiAFIKTH: : CooKWfN, address, Florida lo-wlt i deemed aicoidliiK" \ti. i ItI ,ldI
( Truhy A Co's I Christian Church next Sunday I'N KNOWN.ll .,. I eity described thereltthe I i i I"
nf Northeast ,
Hull-lilt I <>.. to Starkeof and 3. Pckanlnny-8panlsh. ( From I I appearing I from, Bill I I of Com.plaint :!, 'oUlhw..1" 11..rl., ... Quarter. of I highest billlethouse )11 I'I : iil.tVI

- Xl'l'i:' ..r SI':', !z MLoti. II 22 Willie( Roberts. __ ._-.- I morning evening.Mrs. "pequeno' ). I heretofoie, filed I in the Circuit 1 Qlarl-.t SectiC'ii 2: Township i South I IP I cii.or on, the rlle ,
I. i or i K'j: or Illk Wilbert and little Court" in and for Biadford ('..uiul y* I I US iast, ...i I 10i I > n>'...'h of o-toliei, .1 .
.:'i ,, Hal 4. KimonoJapanese.. I"oor. .nlalnlnl the 4th day of I IDtted IS.?;
t.kInM.t ". Truby" l Florida for divorce, wherein Olholoiidin O.llh..r
_ .I I Ci>'a $.i.I.-I'j\ Isloti to I Daughter, Shirley who have been I f>. Caboose--Dutch.B. Is comitl.i? limnt; soil! l'lis: : ,- The assessment, mole or less.of the said this 2lrd! d,1 ,if .biiII

- Statc.r, M i.:> I ..r SKI:'", LMNI fU Mill. ,sounders. ___. 6 I 60 | visiting Mrs. Hall's mother in Alaj 'lieth, 1..d\ln I defendant. and I hitthe erty U nil r i the said cert I f i'itt 1'1'. ::7.
of I,nt S of nik' 47. PyjamaAsiatic Indian. .. IH ut : )
21
yearsftt sued. In the of f'. "I.'I'1\.II'\
\1' I. Peek.Unless
j chua County have returned to woe name 1 -
I(.1. I IliK-lnll t., Trubv" .I &; 7. AvenueFrench.. Hire, nnd place ..r 'residence IH iii". said ceititlcnte I shall I be rirdeemed itt ill
C'lelk of t'in llVnidfold I
c Sub. I IHvlHlon I "
to their home. nnd I that theie no
ln"wl. person accoidlnv i to liiw. I the ida.
Staike. uf NKi:' of \K:' iiS II Z2 11..1 Wllllanis' _____. 5 Si 8. SaltLatin (from "s31u9"), I h. State of Florida, t the snrvli described I therein, will property sold- Com,

.. f...,- I. 2. of Poll I. K.: S.MnlthruH 9. Hippopotamus Greek. cif process, upon' whomvotild\ bind (1 lo the blithest bidder at the.courthouse N27Rt24

t Ail.Ill.. I I Ion |o Ciu-d of Thanks ..,iii defendant. t : door on i the first Moudav in :

-- $ .:,' %VII of 10. PotatoAmerican Indianor It Is thereoiueied that the month of Oitoher, I 1'ii7.'! : which Of ,PPII' 'fl'
i'i'I: : : We thank the friends for their saidMlafemlnnt :o'rl'F
'Hth ,St 21 II 23 K S. Matthews'resbvterlnn_______ 3 8B ( tomato). I I is tiei" el!"v rnllllled lo sp Is the 4th day of October, 117. I 'f\\ III.

.. Lot.4.,1 ,of. Illk I I.. 2$ ,1'1)'' kindness and sympathy during the "We nec..! not be ashamed that ,. I near i lit said cause. on "I before 4thnf I | lInt i'd this' ;iiMh t day of August, NOTICK l ensle: HKIIKKV:Illll: ,".;a'i U\:.;: T

,-.I.II..n,: .VWf' &,W'. ofNKi lllne* and death of our loved one. fifth j i..v October., A. I). 19.17. otherwisepocree 1937. "'h"... F. "', ,ami ,
only a of our vocabulary Nf10111 Pro, Confesso will I l he ..". (OFFICIAL. SMI.: ) 'wl I
I i:', W of Itv 83 II 2 111'... Celia Carter Kstate. J 61 and for the many beautiful floral the I tet.i! against. h..,'. .\. J. THO.M KS.Clei'li Brown holder .t 1cuts I 1-." '. :.< Vrt'
All nik i'O Kx: LotH A, 9, ci'ig'.nul! Ang o-Saxon. HU.I.: Issueil I tli I I IJtt dir
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Templesddltion. to I| offerings, ttmt' were brought as the 1 nya Funk. "It shows youth, vlt-il- "1 I be Is further ii'u 1.1 ii. ort..1. that 11 1,1. oril forfour Hi:. ml r..i.uf"-it "II'11 ,('ourt Florid ot N. I 1110.:; Ii.u'-m'; .''ii',
I. w. t'ullnl' ; ,, '
"Inrk.: In .VI:1.: of N''I'I last token of love and mv n has, mud. IPP'
. .t 1. of VK11.. ; w..r Itv 3H fJ 23 J. t. Illtih __ ____ 42.3 ': respect ity. Only di-id languages ate hon. ford, C County consecutive Tel.giaph.I weeks I,In published the IIral. 'InStaike. 1.3-61-11-1 for yrt.f-.. lo he ''J.o j l Ih.r'
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Lot I'I of nilc Si. Tem|>leHAddition Signed:' est. '- St. retersbuig Time 'rd County I: FloridaThis I 1.1.1 ..Ill I t.emhraivi' <, J IIt";" ;
to Htarke', In BI.t o'rl.109': I :'.Ih
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J. L. Nlmmo, I I ii dnv of .\ I 1017. : I"I d..rlb. properl; ;, .
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MI, i.r NWI & w ij or -.- ., .1 THOMAS 'C'.I. KOIt T\\ IIK.KIIOeosle : : Bradford, Slate. .f ,1.wl

NIP', \\ of Iv. 24 8 2 Cyrus :1..lrunl __ __ 3.41 Miss Ada Nlmmo FIGHT TO N\, : I>K";KTLLAHASSEE Clerk) of l I Court. I Bill' %... IH-'tl : .
S Lois I I. 4, fl. ft. /. II. 12. Mrs. W. P. Blrt. 'r !t.8.3l.l0l 1'1"11 NOTII: Itt IIKICKRV: al!lKN: That of North. uilf,
- I It I It..t Itlk St TvnipleaAdillilnii The controversy .\. If ( ...n. holder' of Tax Ceitlflcale N..rlh..t M."lh-hol. QI..rl..r. Ni, r"' '""I,
.
.. to Htarke In -+ between the Flotilla, Deer No till. I Hnued I.. 7lh day ofi of Liouit I .. it"u, 't ginter. ;
; M-Ii: or SWt & W14 or \o-rit-s: rFOR> .' opp'., ','rlo, i hilly A. f.. II10.: han filed same inlay Section :ill Townshi up| 1'll''Iai'rmus '

NKi: W of Itv :2S: 8 28 I.". .'. SVi-olt --- ---- RISING Protective Association and the TItKKIt off I-e and bus made application Itnnga 22 Kast.: r""'." '.

Cine l.ol l.i.muled. V by 0.. bliss Edna Correapandeat .State Livestock Board continues : (Senate Bill >... IIVll > for a tax deed to be I..u., ., thereon bore or I....,
VH! & Trubv Add F. bv 1..4.1 I.wl. NOTH'K' : I.I IIKItKHY: I I 1 \'I'S.; That Said certificate embraces the follow. The 1..m..n'' of th, ,'tI'l| ,'I". '

lv!, H l hv I Land: of MrsKlllhlll merrily with the former taklnl the Poster, ,Shi i Simih, holrtei.if. Tax I ..r. I I I described, 1>property" In the Countyof ertv' 'ld..r sanl, "ii'I-' Hk

- 1 H NS byValllllt Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis returned Issue Into the court to the' Ir..I. Nn. !"!:!!:, iHMued the 7th Bradford State of Florida, I... sued was In the name l 'i
St.I SitCom I Z Mrs. (I. J. (Urlffi .. ___ : .t, A. I I I'.in: : (hue flMd flY wit: Hu-k.
l l.-.in.j' ft S of SM: Cor 1:7 home Sunday after spending wholesale slaughter of deer In I 111 my office and han I"d. appllfiitlon 1.- i!I 1a.t.h,1: of Northeast Quarter I'nless; said certlflea"deemed ,','"U' hr'
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of Call & OraiiKe sis few days In Lakeland and Southern The Florida Deer for a .* deed tn I be I..u..d ;1, .. Quarter of M..I..n according to laertv '"".P,
Ii
,I.,' s |II ft K: G2Vj ft N I Florida thereon. HtilJ certificate embraces a Township luulh. .. described therein ttlll

,inn:; t..;call St thence flint City visiting relatives. Piotectlve Association was form I the following described property, In Neat: ..onl..lnln.I :0 1'.... moiv to the highest bidder al the, .,

I' \ HII Id St to beic _.83 I 21 J. I. Kffle JonoeHt '.47 W. C. Conner I Is spending several s'1 at when the Livestock i I the I Countv of Urn.t ford. Stain of or I.s.The house duur on I lie first "'1,1.; ;'h,|
1)) (', at 1' 1',1' of HaiiilerHon Br.dentol FI'.ld., to-wlt: assesment of the said proper.ly the month of n'I.h..r. I* '"... I
..".. I HoictinMley weeks in Miami. board announced Its Intention Northwest. Quarter of Southeast under the said certificate the 4tli day, of October., l"' .JD

ci It N on said Mr. and Mrs. David Paulk and of killing the deer as a Quarter A Went One-fourth, ofNortheitHt wan In the name of t'nknown.I..ue led this SOt Ii., ,I.,)' tf' AU T
Ii Lane r,.' ftV < ft H S3ll I partof Quarter of HolllheastQuarter t I'nlesu said certificate shall be re. 1931.

. to Unit an Alley thence little daughter. Fay are spending Its camp.lg to eradicate cattle Section. 2S Township 7 deemed uccoidlnic to law, the prop- (OFFICIAL "A.H.\
r K: to. 1,1-M '.'<* 93: f. Kslate_ South Oboes 31 KaM: arty described
ii I : ts 23.11 t few with Mrs. Paulk's a. September 10 rontaln- theieln will be sold A. JHiidford. TIIOMALi.
days r as 101
5 I One Lot Com Sn ft W of tcks lug 5A acreH. m or' lens. #to the hl"h..t bidder at the court ('lerk ot Circuit rtirt
r VW Cor of SandersonLane rents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Under The assessment "the said property house door on the first Monday In C.iiniiy I iIur1,

U Il.m.in' Alley I.bill. I OTirn or "PPLICAUI'OK'l'I .. under the ..,.. certificate was the mOnth of October. 1937. which ,. '5.27-St-S-H:
.. run N' Ill ft W H7 IIKKI In the name of '. Blake.Cnless 'the 4th dav. of October I IsO?.
I H Hi:trttv53ftM5L.rt Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis had as Senate ali N.lH.1t said ..f'lr'I shall be re- I.I this *5th day uf August,
,I to I MOICIIII Alley thenreK NOT 1C.; 11 : CJIVKN.: That ileemed .. to law. the property mourn OP "PrllI'I'"OR
their dinner Mr. and ...: :
- i: I Mi ft to be.or Jin II 23 l':. I. 1-HiTKs Kst.<. __ II.el guest Sunday Mm. Irma ONeal. holder of TuxCertificate described th.r.11 will he sold IOFFICI h. SMAI.I: 'r, 'tail
Com :'tt)7'j' fl K of NK: ('01' Mrs. Bert Shaw and children of No. "3 I. Issued the 7thrn to the hltfhest At the court I A J. ThOMAS 4M.a.le Will '" '! !
..r Itroixlwav Ht August, A. ). 19.1.1. has filed house door the Clerk NOTICK: is IITKKBY,0'Jt: :;:
z Hoyt { on Mond.iy In of Circuit Court of .
& Glen St. Mr. and Mrs. Rus : dl t.1 .
of 'j
I f, on N xi.le.. of; Mary. ,, my office HUM made ap the month of ""'10""" : which "indford" Florida. .\. I,, 0...". holder mutt ""
I t- run N I III", ft K 1..1.ll: / Carter and Miss Ruth Lewis fur a tea deed I be Issuedthereon. I the 4th day of October IK37Dated !>.3.G.le-1 (alnly. llflrnte No. :I2. IsHtieil "lie filed, ;''

: I In5": w r.'i.. ft lit ta.f 1 t1 4 '2 A. .1. ortr. .._____ 11.55 t Mel SaId, ...,.tt""I., embraces thin 2iltli d..J of August A. n. mi. hits fcmv ), '
LI-IS, f tl, III. I I of Rlki. Heilbronn.Tliom the r..l.wlnl d .rlh..d .. In 'u".t I MOTH: OKC"ee offlc-e and his madTOr
City 1"1: ::SiilIHvl I from Here who attended the .. Bmrifortt, Him, of (Ol'KICtt t, : ".> lob T0 APPI.lrIos for n.tat deed. lo be I ?1.1| I
I stun* YVeilteilv' Carmen's Florida. to-wlf. i A. J THOSMS.Clfrk II:9n .rlrl..l1l. "I""j, '
Adilltlun, ti''* SturkeIn I the Missionary Baptist State Association Suit heist Quarter of Northeast I of Circuit (' of NOTICK IH..e Hill >.. 1":1: Ialt .. properly" '

"%% L. ,,f 1011'0; 2S I 2 \V. N. .I"h...... _ 607 which met with the Au. Quarter of ,Section I IT Township Bradford ('oh lity, 'Florida'Ot r. A. HKIIHV holder: ,: of i Tax That, of Bradford Slate of I"I'-TwIn 1J' .,.,
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Lot. I II of Itllt 3. City tl ,Mouth. runice 2L Kust. coiilnin- 3.3-St-IA-i, J.\n. IVrtlflate Lot Two of t..k ,
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I 4. I' irk I. snl>-l>ivlHlon We.illieil : | btunil.ile Church last week-end lug 40 Acres, morn or lees I II'l'Il [I-leptembi-r I ,: .A.Issued II H15 Ih. Snd. day of Ward ..ly. l.rl..n.O 8 .'J"..,

I i'arniiMi'H The asHesnient of the said %( K or h.is filed samelln ship 7 ;
% l Adit.tlon I wete Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner property .0PPi.U'trio5'OIt ; \ i mv olflce nnd hamade 11" 4:114: P
of I Iertv
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,I. Statke In SW, under (he said certificate VIIKKII I upnlicaI The assesment ,
I tlon
of SKI: ,, 3St fJ 23 Minute I. n..llr.v. .. 3.711Mrs. I and. dugher. Elna Mr. and Mrs. sued WDM in the name of I'nknown., .....1. HIM %. ..1 t hereo for,,. .a Said I.. .' deed i to be Issuedi under the said ;'t'-S ul<"'1

..-< 7. K of Illk |. Ci.is.klnn { J. L. Conner and Mr. and Mrs. H. I'nleNN said certificate .hal be re.deeiie4 NOTICH: IS HI'ltl.nY: Ol1'"t I line I I following I described certificate' embraces, sued was In the n."n'. .h Hdeemed |I
A.I.I. according Foster I pronerlv In Unless said celtlficate '
-I.. 21f 8 23 Mjiie It.IlJsge- I Ih. property Nhlll'lh. I. the of "' Iiii.
,t worth---------_._ .u B.15 I H. Lewis. I described therein will he Hold tlflcnte II'I Issued the 4th day I I[ Florida County, to-wlt Bradford. Suite of according to M" .

_ J Acres In NK1'! of IoII'P.!ii Mis. Jack Edwards. and son, to the highest bidder at the court of July, s: (I. ll'7. has filed same'In ,; Lots (Ito.. Twelve: ertv o..lb..d' therein at S ,tie C"
- boiindvil$ !,: bv r'owllnicAdd < I 'I house door on the first Monday I In, I my .. and has 1..1. apiillcn.lion ; I Twentv o.. ._. RI..k to hllh..t liiiler 41', ,0"
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q4 l i S liv ,Ht W hy: St & Wayne, visited her parents Mr. the month of October, 1!J7. which I for u tax deed .. i iI Issued ; W".I (.ly. ," house < t h. first" ? .I I '
Townsiiip:
L N hv H..Iln. .*
I 4t1 On- I.nt of Ijin.l. :tA TI.. Unlerhl Kilted this Int.. day ot September, : following describe| property In I I|: The th- 4h day .f OctlI.i't .f AlI
; ;: : : assesment of the s-ilil' d.I''
- 1 N & ,S by (lau Vile. HAW: ay. U:11: I the County of Bradford.. Slate of erty under prop. ,1.4 Ibis l'h
- .In Lill Cor of SKV4: or I .. (OFFICIAL SEAL) "I'Morldi. t.-.lf sued I thesaid certificate. Is. l-"17PAO
- ( IS SUV, .29 3 2 V. J .Iil.ruoe'I' f.SS -- A. .1 T HUM". .... Quniter of Nrth- I. was In the nime of Unknown. (OFFICiAL lP\)
4$ : I Klack tea Is the f.lvollt. with Cleric of Circuit, Coirt of Yet Quarter of section I 17 I I. flees said. certificate' shall he re- A. .1 r 4.' ,.

th CARL JOHNS Tai (01<10,'. 4 I !ie nuijoiity of ten diinlc>ts. Bradford Count Florida. I Township: 7 Smith' P.nitge "3 t ertv deemed..... "',' "rdln..-r.ln to I...will, the prop.aIl Clerk' .r Cure I' < .".t "
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radford County High School Journal ..n






I tits THItEE __ __ STAKKB. KlXmiDA, FKIDAV NKFrKMBKK:: 17. 1837:
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EDITORIALS NEW BUILDING t I SENIORS THRILLIN JUNIORS ELECT


UJI W,.1fESS.4GE BADLY NEEDED RING PICKING CLASS LEADERSA.

we tor gin ;new year of school Present And Only County .... MM -=---=

..AJ. r'loh'e! to make this the best ,School Very OverCrowded :Many To lick "ronI"fllll Z. Adklnn, Jr. NewPresident

Ltford has ever bad Yftft' JUST LEME IMrlNloii Not Yet For

I TO reach this goal each one oft !Made 1937-38

il have to d individual Do you know what we need inStarke 18E MOO UtMS
t will have ton make cer- ,- The seniors had their first thrill The Junior class held their election -
We now? The most important
and follow them..resolve' today and the fact that they really for class officers last Thursday -
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[.. resolutions thing we need (fs a new school ; SdID coME ,
To always be one J7\ ; -=-- ate seniors. is becoming a reality morning. The officers were
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building. The condition is most --- -
is
to all classes to t111r1'. --' know there selected with great care and the
to school and ; deplorable. The situation should .E-. :.-..= As you are many
hard and prepare all homeIV be taken care of immediately for =- -=- "once in a life time privilegesthat selection met with the approval of F

'Ik to cooperate with our prin- the welfare of not only the pupils! -= ::::;:_; .- / a senior gets to take advan- all

r.at, 'teachers, and fellow students, but also the teachers lIJ3; tage of. One of these Is gettingthe The officers are: ;

f. observe all rules and regula- / A = class ring. For a few years President-, Z. Adklns. Jr.;
d Starke Is the county seat of .
Lr', to always be kind and conelste .- "', a standard ling has tried to be obtained Vice President Dohhia Smith;
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: Bradford County and has only one
[ ", others, anda good but each class seems to Secretary--Mary Edwnrds: ; Treasurer -
school building. The building was .
have different taste so each year a .Clara Flume; Repot ter-
(Oil)' built to take care of four hundred
it we follow these resolu- different design of ring Is select Harriet Benson; CheerleadersEdith
Surely students, but now we have over
can't help but have the ed. Rowe, Marzle Howard, John
or \\e hundred. The for this
eight reasons
"t ever committee of six Torode and Vernon Silcox.
[ school year Yesterday a
I huge enrollment are that the pupils ;
--11------ was sent to select out of a hundredor .
...t LESS from the outlying; districts dQLeAD/N 1 no, two or three rings thut they yet Two or three more sidesmen
have come in more rapidly than
thought the senior class as a whole will present their lings before the
I... one mild! l be II drifter, they can be taken care of and the
would like The lings/ were selected final decision Is made so that the
Ly ne uld be a crook; population of Stiirke Is increas t
and selfish / and shown to the class but no seniors will\ be able to obtain the
| all be mean ing.
couu
book. final decision has been reachedELEMENTARY bent ring possible
Lttheilia in in a sYt 11th
What we want to know now Is _
Lt t it takes a man for cleanness; what to do about it? The Federal tfl
[takes will for self-respect; Government will
help financially,
len, you find l a man that's honest but we need twenty thousand dol- 1!I ECHOES
I elect
i the leader you'd lars. This building Is to cost about
Lre who are wealthy
me many seventy thousand dollars and con
"I've reached the
ho can say sist of twenty-one rooms. If five -=

I top. thousand dollars could be raised FIRST (JRADKWe hall so very much, that we ex- t

It t when Cod starts counting virtues now, however, they could get one have thirty-eight happy chil- (hanged/ with Mrs Madeline An-

I unit which would relieve the situation dren In our room. There are. diews. The bigger the loom the t

air castles will soon drop. considerably.We :: twenty-one boys and seventeen mote work we expect to do. We

r, in the end it's truthfulnessd need the help of all the citizens .. girls and we are trying hard to be have thirty-four enrolled today

]love that's in demand, of Bradford County to make good first grade children. 1 I I Dorothy Johns from Jacksonville

aUJoe it takes a lot of "fight and this worthy project a reality. -kL Miss Ruby Lllley\ Teacher 'JtBrentwoud t School ) is enrolled

won'make> I([, with us. Jean Robinette from

i a man a man. KOI'ND THE CAMIM'H: SECOND RADK NEWS I Tampa Is here for the first time.

By Harriet Benson. S T- _. .... We now have a room full of Mrs Ethel Biggs. Teacher.

When strolling around the cam- .e- ___:: boys and girls. Today we counted I I I
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HOK.lirx FOIL THE WEEK pus the first few days of schoolall thlity-seven. THIRD GRAVE NF.U
p
1 1. What is fairly good should be .... i cool."l see wa s b-.J w' la .... th e We re anxious to get to work In I We have been studying about

made better hundreds showing off their new NEW TEACHERS Now for a Smile SIXTH GRADES our new work books. ,I "Tippy Kelephanl's Hat" and have'enjoyed

2. Any man can do anything school clothes, and their beautiful So far we have had a nice quiet
acting the story very
tans. Some of the tans were inclined MADE WELCOMEThree NAME OFFICERS and to it ,
that he really wants to do. room we hope keep up.Miss
Ralph: "Why don't you like I i much. We also drew Tippy's pic
3. Nothing/ but service brings to be just the least bit pink- girls 1 Kitty Hogsetl. Teacher. I ture.

WOI thy living ish and scattered with freckles New Instructors Mitrjorle a\ln Elected
Buddy: "They re too biased.
Our has been 1 and
!
here and there And the chat ! GRADE: loom changed<
4 Elf 011 always creates abilIty In Faculty For 1r> Ralph: "Biased ? What do you President By we're proud of our new OlleVe

!I tel'lng.It was a mixed conglomeration First Time mean biased, ?" C'lasH After vacation we are glad to go have andwe're
only twenty-four pupils
j, He can who thinks he can. of "you ought to meet Buddy: "Oh you know, Bias to work. We like our new books
to work hard.
6 Of two evils/ choose neither the boy that I met this summer The high school has thee new this end! bias that until I'm flat Lest Tuesday the following off!- und workbooks.! We are planning I going ;
Oh, he was perfectly adoiable. Tall, elected for Wainwright' I Willie O'Neal and] B. C. lIolt teachers' whom we wish to give a hicks, ceis were Mis. a rhthm band for our room. Iv-I
More; than 30.OtiO.OOO feet of lum- dark and dorf are "Ick.Vt! hope that they'llbe
| handsome, and the ,
most hearty welcome along with sixth grade: ciyone Is going to try to make thin
Iris I icing used In construction of grandest sailboat." -- "I had a greeting the teachers of last year Miriam: "Don't you find my article President-Marjorle Davis; VicePresident year better than last. back soon.
hibit! F'alaces at the 1939 Golden Mrs. Madeline
marvelous time when I Andrews
was visiting
who are back with us again. Of'iglnal1"11 -.Olin White; Secretary Mrs." Evelyn Ritch, Teacher

fie international.. Exposition., HO and so. Had" so many parties Miss Evelyn Stump, whose home ::\ s, Long: "Veiy. Especially Fny Yaibrough; Treasurer Teacher
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given for me "I think I'll take the spelling" Mary Jo Caldwell CounnellorMrs. THIRD 4iR\DK NKUS
Is in Staike and who graduatedfrom ; --
The: most recent marked step Inemancipation so and so. I heard the teacher is MRS. SEARING'S SIXTH
Bradford High School Is one Wainwright We have thirty-five buys and
r of "
liia i n the addition women of in awfully easy of our new faculty members. She Teacher: "Vernon, prove that the The officers held a meeting lo girls In our room, and most of us There are thirty pupils In our
thirty- But don't think the boys were In world is round." _, room, nineteen boys and eleven
attended the Florida State College decide what room committees were went to StarkeK'ho,1 last' year, I
-ft women to the Shanghai .r"i
po- the background. They Just didn't Vernon didn t girls. We held our class meetinglast
e force, for Women where she received herA. : "I say It was needed The following were selected but we have one boy from Vanderbilt -
make quite as much noise as the Thursday and elected officersas
.- B. Degree. Lust year Miss : J. L. Sweat, and one from
girls did. The boys were busy Stump was a member of the High Doctor: "}Jow did you happen to Housekeeping Chairman, Vir- Virginia, Bobby Gene Patruy. follows:
flirting with all the new girls, then take that ? Didn't of us have Pres.Dorothy Faxon.
Many brought
Sentinelsof Springs faculty The courses which poison you see ginia Sewell; Helpers: Desk In- money
would peep around casually\ to see Miss Stump is teaching are Spanish the sign on the bottle?" I ipector, Joe) English; Board Washers for woik books and art materials, Vice.Pres.- Donald Bagwell.Secretary .

Health If the other girls were watchingthem. Latin and algebra and Miss' Carlton: "Yes. But I didn't believe Betty Ruth Andrews, and and we are now busy using them. George Gllpln. p

The girls werebut would Stump Is also one of the Senior it. Right underneath was Chailes Jones; Window Washers, We have a nice sand table upon TreasurerHoward Manning.

) Don't Nefleet Than INitti not let the boys know it. RpOl1tOl'l.We the word. 'lye' ". Edgar Wilkinson) < end W A. Saxon: which we have made a little farm. Traffic Officer- -Mural Smith. 4

.....,..*..li.n.d tile kldiwyi la i.. s The seniors in I There is farm house, a hen Traffic OfficerMann Guodge.
job, Their. tank ta!. hmt. 1k.. were naturally are also glad to welcome ;Mr.\\ Du"tel'Iary Jo Caldwell; Window a coop, ..
cane' blood...... .. Monitor Hardenbrook.News .
IrM ol l trees and Betty
nttm their glory. They were trying HO Mr. "Lillian some a pond.
tell Impunilo. Th, MI el living.-Uf. R. M. Geiger from Lake Butler. Geiger: can you tell Opener) Arnold Wnsdin; Fraser -
Wo/.'., .. ....,..'17 predwtna. _.... hard to be dignified and set good lie Is a graduate of the Universityof me the I three classifications Into Duster Miss Buddlngton: Teacher ReporterLeomiitl Peck
Miter' it,. Virgil Jordan; Paper
kldny.ni t
fro. Judge Parker
F.IKOY Hilly
: classmates THIRD GRAIIK NEWS
: examples for their lower "
which
w blend tl Florida and is men are divided ?
science
food hearth I. N mdura. teaching Bu keg passer, Harold Prcvatt,
aba, tto kidntyi tall to unetlo.. .. butohIt was so hard. and Lilliftn: "Yes, sir Rich I We outgrew; our room in the -George Gilpin
$I methods poor
geometry, chemistry
etua, ler.d.d, thmDOANS 10 .._al.. N I Floor Keeper, Muriel t'i'iiwfoirl;
nor. tba Every once in a while they woulJslip and r
soy nu "'y-wtl. ,I Mrs Benson! is remembered by good-looking" Len-
in. OM.aY oull. ... .. ........_ Library Chairman Margaret
.1. and to their great embarrassment The United Flutes has iipproprl- Condition of Florida ;
-, ., the students by her assistance In oranges is
hdub...t.. .. 0''I IpliisPa. non ; Helpers, Lola Tyler; First AidChaliman
,., "P .""h... a..nlnb .M1naevM.r..l ... find themselves acting just Junior: "I'll bet you would mar- ted $1,500,000 for a Federal government reported five points higher than at
._ the office last year and we welcome Eloise Bullock; Helpers, r ::1
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like those "silly\ giggle-box Juniors : ry the biggest fool In the world If exhibit al the 111311( ( Golden this time In 193H. but that of H
,. her as a new teacher She Is Geneva Rigdon and Anthony Ba-
....... away ..Sven... -.. ," (No hard feelings Juniors. he just asked. you.'* Gate Intelrptionnl! Exposition: grapefruit Is eighteen points lower I'
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be .
.r lunb..dd..w .. VIatI-.. teaching shorthand and typing. ker; Flower Chairman, Kline
(udd.r dMiaMnn.. We were like you last year.) I Dot: "Ask me and see." t
1110 _.'.I.... and Mrs.' Benson received her commercial Green: Helpers. Margaret' fitHnrr- .. '"
.ro..r war.aa I And the The '
kl amaar in.dlda.to pout-graduates. from the Th'IIpit:;;;; ;;
Salo 1 University
kld.aye degree fellow
.. and Oviedo
..nd .f n_ J>!I......... ones that came to school the first don't pair, up with some one who ;
t' A.a'. PJ Ie. TIq.law looked of Floiida I will graduate and to Chairman, Ruth Powell; Helper I I.
:::: of p.IIU...._vnt AD.a. few days visiting quite A_ go college For !
...a s'.t.-kid St .::1-drur MM.181M .. downhearted.>aa wistful expression.Their eyes We had really such THROUGH- THE- -KEYHOLE- -- with have, anything them, but to then write we about wouldn't, Chairman.Evelyn Hall Roberta; Bulletin Whitfleld Board; Expert Repairing j jSmith's


) will miss all of them and wish I 1-: Most of the boys seem quite Interested Helper, Frances Griffis <.
PILLS We peeped Dcishla and Miriam -
them all the luck in the world in in the juniors this year. Mrs. Wainwright brought a new
whatever they do. at school the other day. They Could two cute new students who calendar and two flags to put in

were not as happy as they looked live at the State Farm have any the front of the room. She put the Garage
last year. Cheer> up, girls, U. of F.
thing to do with it? flags behind a picture. We are i
".r THE MOST OUT OF S Ol K :MOTOR WITH nn't so far awayl! -Peeper, putting pictures of the news on the .

K OOL MOTOR Dot was quite tickled about Jun- -- ..-.----- board now and we are going to Phone 120 f

ior being president. Maybe she'd WHO \\ ENT WHERE make a new bulletin hoard for the

nSOLINESD OILS like to be "First Lady. THIS SUMMER room.Ve have the measure Wrecker Service Day or NightLEDGER

?\-TVUONS IN BRADFORD <'OrSTVRE :\YOl'K They say one of the seniors Is manta! and cost of it and Olin
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.EBVICE WITH A COMPLETE: LINE OF blue because Henry Chitty went Edith Rowe spent part of her I White and Joe English have

CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS to North Carolina for education summer visiting lends, In Jacksonville brought the strips to go around

'HE \F.\T TIME YOUR MOTOR RUNS HOT GET THAT nsteid of the U. of F The keyhole News Chairman, John Kin ;

hitI" MOTOR GASOLINE FROM: ONE OF THESE is HO small I couldn't find the Lillian Stump attended the Bap- Reporters, Fay Yarbrough It'/
--TVriOVH JOHN ROGERS ((inlwlll Road) lady, but Frances ha n't come tist Young Peoples Assembly In Olin White. /

Kitty's -- Dad Penders 13-28 within peeing distance yet. I DeLand and also visited In High OUTFITthe
Our new seniors strutted quite springs

West End Sta. Harrison's (Brooker) obviously when they were walkingout Eddie Hartman visited friends in Fort Lauderdale and spent a weekat

D. E. ROBERTS Agent first after assembly They Orlando this summer.H.irrlet Kingftley Lake
should act natural like the juniors I Benson went to Miami
1nDFOUO'if: ) UNION COUNTIES Lorraine Hartman visited 1 friends
ror a week and spent the rest of
OUTIII.NCITO.N SPRINGS did.Edith In Gainesville
Rowe is another "Lone- the summer in Gainesville.
.. Frances Peek spent! part of her
., : some Lady." TOO bad these people I Miriam Guy visited l In Miami and summer in Palutka and Flagler

-,._- '- _.. .---- ----.---"----- _. ueacn and also attended the-- Baptist -
.. Assembly in DeLand.Doshln .

Smith: spent most of here;

summer in Madison Ga., and wentto

' North Carolina for a few weeks.

\\VHATWHEREWHY Doris. Strickland visited friends

and and relative Jacksonville.in Daytona Beach


Betty G re en spent several

weeks this summer as the guest of

her aunt and uncle Congressmanand

-- Mrs. R. A. Green in Washing
RUBY

OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA ton.Edna Pear visited In Miami

'- several weeks and also went to the I
DRINK LET US: GIVE YOUR PLUMBING: TWO FOR ONE SALE :Methodist. Assembly In Lakeland. Aa novpttoaal v ln.l Consists of

I A THOROUGH HOUSBCLEANING F. C. HollingsworthHog Purchase One Pint Billy\ Long, L.. O. Jones and ....... l.ai ld,w bbtd.r 200 t.da.r
JOHNSON'S; OLO-COAT I hMta *ad A4 :26 division *. .rUb
FLOOR POLISH 75c Pint Reece Bradley were In Fort Mc- Index.BOUH!In duiibl.imil.tlon
@!e.M J. L. Simmons And Hominy Self rollnhiorRCV Clellan Ala., for two weeks this _thr ooion red or black Stol n
ONE-(.ET ONE FREE summer at a national guard back with mtamUa locking Uric.
poI Plumber FARMS Bradford Hdw. Co. camp. Po.k button lor quick op.nlnq, no k.y r. ,"INd- Sh.*t. *r. whIte t

..tertllaed Bottle .-. Ivorydal.l.du.r .par, 24 tulMt nc.. 3h miss 6 a 9J.i IDCh_
i. B. Owner
C.XHLISLt
The The tea plant grows fifteen to ,
pause ELECTRICAL Seat ....
That Refreshes 110. Da.da 'lto. Lach. 4d
Denmark thirty feet high In nature, but d

\\1. B* JAUK CONTRACTOREXPERT Tell/ the buyer what you have planters keep their shrubs! trimmedto 02JJf1) Ruby Lodger Outlil-Red 14.00 '

I'R MIKING AT Furniture Co- to sell in the What Where and !torn three to five feet G2, :307 huby Ledge. o..lm Black ".00

CltIPTJON' REASONABLE PRICESANYWHERE !! Why adverting", section. After ... -
,. EXPERTS: : We Are Receiving! New
all the busy purchaser appreciates Celluloid was discovered by a

&! Store O. J. PHILLIPS Stock Every Day. Be Sure to I reading short' to-1 he- typesetter, named Hyatt, who wa
Drug
.. IAWTEV See It Before Yon Buy. II I I point advertisements. Try one. making trying to billiard find a cheap balls material for BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH



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'J'J And Woodmen Grove Circle Enjoy P. T. A, Has Meeting BROOKERMin dien at a climax to their study of week to week also, anti' t, nit, the', .
of colonial
:Meeting Together Thursday Night 1 Vera fialBfj,'CorrespondentI' history days. fine help vt the P. T A u,
Members of the P. T. A. will take Is truly grateful. iCbool'

: \ 'fociety.A Rtarke Grove No. 278 of the Supreme The Parent Teacher Association T. A. Meeting (care of our hospital needs from JOIN:: OUR P. T A
Forest Woodmen Circle en- met Thursday night at 7:30: o'clockin On Monday afternoon a large

Joyed a well-prepared covered dish the school auditorium with the number of members of the Brooker :::::-
supper In the large room at eight president, Mrs. K. M. Davis In the P. T. A. met In the auditorium

I o'clock Tuesday night with quite a chair of the school. The president, Mi'8. W ';
; %V. A. Meets At Home Ona Demoreat!' Has Delightful--\ number of the Woodmen as guestsof Mrs. J. H. Benson chairman of Willie May Ha-ten.: was In the chair.

.'d Of Mrs.\ R. A. Green Birthday Party the evening. The hall was beau the program, presented the follow- Reports from the secretary Mrs.
tifully decorated with roses and ing numbers: Martha Polk and treasurer, Mrs.
; The Y. W A. of the Baptist Mrs R. F. Demorest entertained ferns Piano solo Miss I Marjorie i R. Crews, were read and approved.The .
Church met at the home of Mrs. R. at her home Saturday afternoonat
i T. Frank Landrum gave an Interesting Stump. treasury! was found to be in H'i
A business four o'clock in honor of little
A. Green on Monday night. address fine condition.
t' s t t )i conference was held after Miss Ona Demorest. who celebrated on tratemallsm Vocal solo, "Pale Moon,"-Miss
and what it means to this commu-- Much business was disposed! of.
at
anniver- Marjorie Benson, accompanied
I life In her seventh birthday
which a program on Japan A
A. O. Andreu
nity. talked on what to be -
the Pencil sharpeners are purchased
was presented by five members of sary at that time. piano by Miss Marjorie Stump.
co-operation means. Jim Silcox "Blue Blrd"-Mrs. L. for every class room. Five
ry" the group. In order to raise funds Ona and her friends played many consul commander of the Woodmen Reading f(20
t I G. Powell. dollars was voted also as a fund
1 it was decided that home-made amusing! games on the lawn. Marion talked on what it to
means tor t the scbool to have for needed
is be sold Brown won the contest for Tap dance-Mi.MH Lillian Stern- 1r
candy and cold drinks will both societies In getting together ; supplies, such as construction paper .
on Saturday morning September pinning the tall on the donkey and socially Mrs. Vondu Inman announced berg, accompanied, at the piano by I project material etc_ Ten Vm /
h I 18, it a convenient place near the received a paper doll set. those who were leaving Mrs. H. C. Brown. dollars was voted to be paid upon +

h theatre. Several other new proJects At five o'clock the young people with her to go to the National In- Following the program the minutes the new curtain debt. 1;
were discussed and agreed were Invited Into the dining room stitute held In Omaha, Nebr from 'of the- last meeting were read to'be
? Plan's laid for 'play
were a .r
r t upon by the members. Following for;refreshments. The white birthday the 27th to the 30th Inclusive: by'the secretary: ''VIn : .

., : a social hour delicious refresh' cake adorned with seven lighted Miss Amy'MooreMiss'' Elizabeth: the absence of :Mrs; G.'W' : An- given In ladies the very volunteered neer.future'andtwelve to take ,rrt- t .' e -ai'.. .

.h9 meats were served by Mrs Green. pink candles, was placed on a Williams :Mrs. Ottile Baird Palat- derson, Mrs. R; J. Davis transacted !! parts in It.' On the beat regular .

1 1 :New: members were: Misses Car- lace covered! table and surroundedwith ka and Miss Mizelle Wood, Chief- the duties of the treasurer.Mr. meeting day a kitchen shower will .

olyn Green Betty Green, Arline coral vine. A variety of summer land, and several members from C. M. Howard, chairman of be given to the P. T. A, This will .> ..
t.' t Al f- Mann and Frances Peek. Other I flowers attractively arranged Live Oak. They will leave Starke by-laws committee, read the proposed bo the first Monday in October. I -=_

t 1Pa VV members present were: Mrs. T. K. In bowls and vases, further added Wednesday morning.The by-laws for the ganlzation. Every one who can. Is Invited to \a' I /'
I.fcClane, Mrs.! II. T Hall and Miss charm to the room. lodge Is very pleased over I The president named( the follow bring a cup and saucer, knife, fork :: l' ( Irii'

'R t ,::r5 i es Margaret Lennon. Edna Hutto, The pink and white color schemewas Mrs. Inman being chosen as one of ing committee chairman: I (II' spoon. A social hour Is plan for \V\, 1,,//1 )
the ones to lead the
Frances! Hemingway, Amy Moore, repeated in the individual delegation in I Program Mr E. K. Peiryman ned and a pleasant time assured. 4i J -- !
t Junmta Uutefoot, Lillian Stump, cakes and ice cream that were ser Omaha and with her will be two FinanceMrs.. L. F. Smith and i Additional play ground equipment -
TAIt ; Fannie Silcox Doris Silcox Essie ved. Favors for the afternoon more from her district. Mrs. Carrie Ritch.Mt'mbershlpMrs. will be provided for the ** /

i / Dell Coleman Stokes., Jenell Hutchlns, and Lu- were dainty bags of pastel mints. I After and supper this short, bridge business tables meeting were- H. L. Brown- younger children. A committee armoulnj/ l e ,

Those invited to enjoy the par- arranged and several lee. consisting! of Mr. McCauley, Mrs.
The next will beheld : progressions Webb and Mrs. Crews will take -
regular meeting ty with Ona were: Rebecca Simpson -
4 of Cootie were enjoyed. High prizes Publicity-Mrs. E. L. Matthewa.Grounds .
I
"G? ; at the home of Mrs. G. W. Marlon Brown, Joan Carpenter care of this.
went to Mr. Landrum and Mrs. -Mrs. D. P. Carpenter,
:. j Alderman on Monday evening, October Merry Beth Knight, Margaret Mr. McGauley Invited the P. T. AND
S Vlrgle Flynn. Sanitation and Health -- Miss GREAT-GRANDFATHER TOO
iyt : '' k 4 at 7:30: o'clock. Misses Es- Monteith Wanda Pearce, Mary The Grove Instructed Mrs. In- Madge MIddleton. A. to attend an interesting 'spellIng ,

Gk'' i S sie Coleman and Arline Mann will Alice and Fay Yarbrough, Betty man to extend congratulations to Music--Mrs. J. H. Benson. bee" which the ninth grade is WHEN THEY READ ABOUT THE SCANDALOUS:
+7 1 be hostesses. to have at the regular assembly
Benson Janet Anderson, Jeanette
National
Sue Middleton President Dora A. Talley Representative to Health Clinic program next Friday afternoon at DOINGS:: OF THE YOUNGER BRADFORD cot.':>:.
Priest, Marjorie In on her election
i( person as Na- -Miss Ruby Lilly. 2:30: o'clock. This is to create interest -
f Send Vm Your Kodak Film Audrey Ann Prevatt Dottie Sue tional President of the National TY GENERATION BACK IN THE 1800's. ALL
Mr. M. F. Brown in the of .
i gave a very study spelling.At
i for Development. One Biggs and Marjorie Manning. Fraternal
day servIce Congress. Many of the
interesting talk on the need of a the close of the meeting those : THE AWFUL DETAILS ABOUT THOSE STICKY
klu and first class work guaran ladies of this Grove have
had the
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t new school building. He also read present enjoyed seeing a spendid
teed. We make enlargement up Much of the shrimp gathered in pleasure of YOUNG DUDE GOT COMING
meeting Mrs. Talley.Ladies' KISSES ONE BACKFROM };
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; ,', I to 14x17 Incite. Give us a trtal.CAkR.DINE'S. the United States la sent to Japan extracts from the recent auditor's project which the pupils In the I
i report on the office of Bradford fifth grade have just finished inMrs .
4 for army rations as a preventive I THE SUGAR BOILIN:: OUT AT MR. RISINGS
'L LAWTEY Auxiliary Meets Merle
diseases. County Superintendent of Public Norman's room. This
_ against
1't t AND MANY OTHER DOINGS WILL PK
-- --- With Mrs. K. G. DuncanThe instruction I| project is a real log cabin and

r After adjournment the refresh. stockade with wooden fence, whit- FAITHFULLY REPORTED IN
t4 Ladles' of the
THE Auxiliary: ment committee of which Mrs. E. tled and constructed by the chil-
1 t Presbyterian Church met Tuesday L, Biggs was chairman, served assorted '- Sixtieth Anniversary
night at the home of Mrs. K. G. Our Edition
: wafers and punch to the
STARKE DRY CLEANERS Duncan. The hostess had the living
t large number of members and Interested COMING:: SOON WATCH FOR IT
i room, where the members met patrons that were present. MODERN KITCHENS
j' beautifully decorated with zinnias. --. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
.aI Has Added To Its Service Mrs. C. F. Ward conducted the Friends of Major C. W. Chalker, nca ;/ u'atll and kLooli
devotional, of Bible
consisting a
son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
I ,; 4 A TAILORING DEPARTMENT lesson, scripture and prayer, and Darby will regret to learn that he ---
/TILE
then letter from
e ei a very interesting is serlously'ill in the Army Hospital .
+ a missionary in war-torn China
In Hot Springs, Ark At the
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i ; Men's and Ladies' Clothing was read, beginning of his Illness Major
Mrs. Duncan president of the
Chalker was in a hospital In Alex Colorful waterproof. ,cr..uprool.and WANTEDseteral
:: Altered & Repaired society, presided over the busi-
andria, La. but was sent by an am- uy to cltan Tile needs no
and it decidedto
ness meeting was
IN CHARGE OF paint the manse in the very near bulance plane to Hot Springs to I upkeep or redecoration Real Good Farms For Sale, large! enoupk
1jr future. After the business meet- receive further medical attention. Estimates given without obligation for general farming and reasonably priced
MRS. HILLHOUSEFORMERLY Mrs. Chalker is :with him. work. WE HAVE THE BUYERS.
i Hi. OF JACKSONVILLE ing the Bible quiz was held under co new or modtrnmng

the direction of Mrs. W. A. Bon- followed, the hostels served delic- ALSO! HATE INQUIRIES FOR TIMBER LAM -
"u 11 CENTRAL FIJk.
t YEARS EXPERENCE
ham. ious Ice IN LARGE TRACTS
cream and cake to the following -
TILE A- :MARBLECO3WANY .
In the delightful social hour that members attending: Miss : ". -

'j - - Lucile Mitchell. Mrs. E. M. Davis, WILSON REALTY CO.
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G ,,--.1.. _ ..... ... Mrs H. H. Young, Mrs. S. E. 707 \V. Boundary !
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"";; """;;; "'; Brownlee, Mrs. John Klnlaw, Mrs. >

T. S. Williams, Mrs. T. N. Kendrick ,

t r I I ----1 Mrs. W. A. Stern, Mrs. M.
Why National AdvertisersUSE K. Hull Mrs. John Uglow, Mrs. ---- -

I Ward, Mrs. Bonham and Mrs. R. F.I I m f LOftlDAHIGHLIGHTS..' .4"AtNNnP?fi44Yye W
Clark. ... ..........

NEW RELIEF: : FOR nt
: THIS
NEWSPAPER SOUR STOMACH:
{ Probably you know several reme- t

dies to relieve acid stomach and ,, 7E'C l

acid-indigestion. Blsma-Rex, a new O fJSrSI1AHgdUHfi /

i delicious tasting antacid powder; iOETYEEN
acts four ways to give you relief in
1 E a few minutes. It's wonderful the I I
s r JAGAAYY/l6 i
EI'I'I'i way it helps you. Buy a bottle of I t
Bisma-Rex for OOc at the Rexall AND 'AKI CITY WIERETJlS :rat
interested in other
i People are people especially in people they
Drug Store- -Mitchell Drug Store 1 MOST'MPO FTAN1 SN S\\\"
know. That's why hundreds of families in this community sub- In Starke. -Adv. C/V1L. WAil BATTlG '1 : ,\ t e i r it Y 1

scribe to this paper year after year. /TOOK FLO4DAI P.lAC- I t r r

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i On these pages they find the names of fellow townspeople, of- WAUJriu. t I I

ten their own. So besides the ordinary interest of nationwidenews \

this newspaper offers the even greater reader-interest of \
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local community doings. I j



National advertisers believe that by using these columns they .
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community, reaching them at home and in an effective and

friendly manner. \ ::1 .


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But this newspaper performs another important service. By dis- Y \:..t..t .,-:.

playing the advertising of local merchants side-by-side with the 1' qt// ,...". OYJ l F2aaiist' I

products of national advertisers these national products become { I as sNAN

e identified with the local market, with local merchants. ..r'- iI y ,. OdVECT Cif SPLG/AL

.' In this way, on these pages is forged the important last link be- from The when only you person are sick to take Is a doctor.advice I 4 '' '' OYE,2 2,000 "t

tween the manufacturer and his local community dealer and He Is trained to help you--.to diagnose -

their customers. That's why, for local buyer acceptance, for your ailment and prescribe for

i s local dealer tie-up, local community newspapers are best, you.Help him all you can. Answer"I
his questions thoroughly. He can-i
not tell what Is hurting you. You I
have to tell him exactly how yod ,
feel how the pain developed how
much it hurts where it hurts and

all about it. Then your doctor Is

able to determine the source of the .

pain. This Is necessary In case of ._. .
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I' Bradford County Telegraph extreme In headache which there, fever are, and no ailments exterior The Olustee battleground is one of unusual white man came the Florida Inds:ns '

interest. Here in 1864 the Con- n ;
sympton.9: as In the case of coast subsisted largely on oysters
k broken bones or wounds federates under Generals Finegan and Col- them in a dried and smoked state stums 'n
Member OfCONSOLIDATED : When the doctor gives you a prescription :quitt: defeated the Federals under General with th 'r
article of barter
t have It filled by a registered Seymour. This was the most importantCivil twigs as an '" '
r pharmacist at the Rexall war battle that occured in Floridafor inland neighbors. When the first s* .1
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I DRIVE I Drug Store. The Rexall Pharmacist it destroyed! a carefully planned scheme came one of the most impressive tr'1;

Is trained to cooperate with I for wresting from the Confederates, at one cations of the richness of the nf\\ e,.i

For Country Newspaper National Advertising I your He doctor.fills blow almost.the whole state of Florida. On was the great abundance large !size" '\\, //I
every prescription withI !
found(
this historic the cellence the they
Olustee
I spot !! monumentwas oysters j
fresh potent He '
,i t r National I Ingredients. erected by the United Daughters of the recent times however, oyster con
Representative, American PressAs,4n. : 225 W. 39th! St.. New York I double-checks it to assure accura Confedeiacy.The has increased enormously that 'ti
so
cy. And he prices It reasonably :a
_._ Your Rexall Drug Store la )'lItchell' Oyster is of great historical interest countries have been compelled to tae;
<--- -'------------,- ---,--- -,- --,- Drug Store in Starke-Look for it has been enjoyed from time immemorial intensive cultivation in order to K i P

&V ----- for the Rexall Store Sign. -Adv.J I all over the world. Before the with it. ...wo&.oJ"r. __ "- .
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' !/ .. ,,4i. !.1:1'CEUBItR 17.' 1931
BRADFORD COUNTY TE1XOK/VTH.
STARKE.!: FLORIDA t
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the"" Leslie Biggs left Wednesday for Mrs C. R. Rowley, of Nilcs, Mm. W. E, Torode and Mrs J. Mr. and( Mrs Geo Flynn and
!cal I Augusta, Ga., t4 enter the'univer Mich.? is the guest of her son-in- W. Andrews were called to Jacksonville family moved Thursday from
sity where he :will study forestry. law and daughter Mr. and Mrs J. A
Bits ofCONTERNINfi Beach Tuesday because of Kingsley Lake Into their home on CENT WORD
H. Benson. Mrs. Rowley will spend) the serious illness of their father, Jefferson St. Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Senator C. K.: Johns was a business the winter here.Representative. '
R. J. Roberts, who Is
visiting his Matthews, who have been occupying
COLUMNANTIQUES
- and visitor in Tallahassee Thursday ._-----. ion and daughter-in-lnw, l>r. and! this place for the past year, _

I Local Ne Friday. and Mrs. Ernest Mis. )Earl Roberts, there have moved Into an apartment at Big assortment' of '
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\V. H. Rawls- --of-- --- Hewitt of Raiford announce the arrival Mrs. F. H. Long's.Congressman old things in glassware, china,

WorthingtonSprings i if a nine-pound baby girl brass, silver, chairs, dressers, tables
Mist Mulam Jacobs -- -- -- ----
was the returned to
OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND guest Tuesday of born September 5. She has been I her home etc Kelly's Store :520 W.
Mr. anti in Jacksonville ,
Mrs' J. J. Rigdon. Tuesday und Mrs R. A.Green
named Ernestine. Adams St., Jacksonville, Fla.
PROCKESS( OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN I fter upending her summer vacation and Misses Ksnie Coleman 8-21.4lp
Mrs. M.: hi, Mitchell i returned to ----- here with her parents, Mr. and and Arline Mann tended the

I'' her home In Tallahassee Sunday The Woman's Mlsaionaiy Society Mis. B. Jacobs Miss Jacobs Is a meeting of the Brotherhood of the FOR RENT-Furnished upstairs
after of the Methodist Church will hold a member of the
a week's visit with her faculty of the Ar-
t parents business Railway-Steamship employees at apartment near school. Mrs. S.
Mr. and Mrs. VV. E, Torode. am.Jevotlol1al! meeting lington School. Jacksonville Beach Sunday Congressman R. John It
yii FuUh of Gainesville was alJlness Mrs E. Redd, of Alachua spent -- ---- Monday afternoon, at thl'ee-thlrty
--- Green was the
visitor here Thursday Friday In Starke as guest of relatives Miffs Lois o'clock, at the church. guest
\ Adkins left Tuesday The Woman's Christian Temper. speaker on the program.Mr FOR SALE--Set of four 00x18
for Tallahassee to resume her stud ----- --- ance Union meeting this week tires and tubes In good condition.
ors Lyila! Johns of Raiford was ies at the Florida State College for I Mrs. S. C. Cai'neil and two sons to be of unusual Interest promises and Mrs. $8 for set; $2.25: for the and tube.
II Fred arrived
nipping in Starke Saturday AlKay Carlisle left Monday for | Women. have returned to their home in Or- when the District\ President Mrs Monday from their wedding Guy trip See L O. Jones, Starke lip
Jacksonville to resume his studies" mond after spending several! weeks W. A Myers of Gainesville
meets
K TomJinson of Lake Butler at the Bolles School. Dr. W E. Middleton left Wednesday )j with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. with the union. The meeting will spent in Franklin and other points REPRESENTATIVE WANTEDto
o in North Carolina, and while here
a visitor _t Saltiliy'\ >- ,: for Piney Bluff, Ga., where j|: Fred A. Scott. be At the home of Mrs. J. T, Qviig- look after our maga7.lnelub-
M tr I were guests of Mrs. Guy's ,
"he parents h
.. -' 'rt"J-D' DOY'* peh! the weik'eiulin i will spend a two weeks' VHCU-II i scription Interests In Starke and!
irothy+ White 'a JacksonvltJl*wlt1 ':'.Ir. Do'lewh' ; t.tiou at his camp,,.. .. I 1 Mr. and Mrs. VuJkjy Manning, II'Y'T' Judge; and Mrs, A. 2.Adkin.s.. } vicinity. Our plan enables. you; ;tosecure "
)ll%1>11 n inJackaugllt 'l'ay ; Is 'employedlhirftr.; -- r Fand, ctnMrcn 'p( the, State Farm an.)1, : ) s.,Guy left Wednesday '.lr'1: a good 1 partfif.th'e.: hundreds'\ '
| --.-- ___ 00- S left\; \'hd\e moved! to StU, ke'and.(I''e oc-, ; } of dollars! \ spent in this j'
jl.j! ova" McGee spent Sunday Mr and Mrs. I.. M. Griffin of St. Tuesday for Orlando and Miami. I cUPYlng the large Andrews home' _.:..w.- their home each fall and winter for maga

q I .gusting\ visiting relatives. Petersburg were" week-end guests : Mr. Matthewn will attend! hen I on Madison l Ave I Mi 31 Solution is errociive because zines. Oldeht agency In U S.
--- of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Johns ings of the railroad commission.Mr. it is tested and approved in AI and Phillip Manusstt )left Guaranteed lowest rates on all pcilodictil.s -

:' tt was a _visitor ton Judge A. Z. Adkins accompanied. I II Rexall gieat Research and Technology Thurmlay of last week for Atlanta, domestic and foreign. Instructions -
fA' -- -
Wednesday.jis - --- and Mis. A. J. Williams and I i his daughter, Miss Lois Adkins, to'1' Department where a stuff < Friends
of John
arhsom Nasworthy will I son, Cliailcs. of Alachu.a: were j Tallahassee Tuesday, where she I of doctors, chemlHts and helper school and Al will visit. They were Stunt growing/ and permanent
be glad to learn I
Noegle spent Wed- that he Is improv !; guests Saturday of Senator und{I i will begin her year's study in the 1'I work. Mi 31 Solution is sold at the accompanied as far as Jacksonville I business In who! or apart tim.
nrothy ing after
; Gainesville. being ill for two weeks. Mrs. C. E. Johns. college for women. i I Hexall Drug Store at a price that'llmake by Mrs. C J. Manns.su. Miss Minn Address MOORE-COTTRKLL, Inc.,
esday I __ __ __ _
. --- ---- u h I ---- .- --- | you happy- -only 49c-! ALt and Arthur Manas.su. and Charles Wnyland; Road, North Cohocton, N,
Mrs. R. F. Sikes of Jacksonville I j Ale and Mrs. R. H. chcll ,
and :Mrs. O. E. Stansbury Bores of Mr. and Mrs. L V. Dinkins end I Drug Store, Starke.Adv.. Pender, y, 9-10-2ti
:jlr j
spent the weekend here with her i i Jacksonville were 1- .
{ guests Sunday -----
vacationing! in the west. | Mr. and Mrs. W. K Moore attend1 -
It' mother, Mrs. W. K. ,'of Mrs. Boiee's
Bradley. parents, Mr. and 1 I ed the baseball game between the
Mrs. J. H.
Mr and, Mis., H. C. Wall of Tal- + Bennett. Jax Tars and the Macon Red Birds
lhas..ee. spent, the week-end here. Mrs. George B. Flynn and I son ---- -------.- | in Jacksonville Thursday night. APALACHICOLA OYSTERSWE

--- Billy Powell were visitors I n I Senator and! Mm. C. E. Johns '0 ____ ___
Gainesville and son, Jerome, SERVE THEM OR SELL BY PINT OR QUART '
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent Monday. spent Sunday I In Dr. Virgil McLendon of Wau- ,
.a..day. In Jacksonville. I Gainesville with Senator Johns' chula was the guest Sunday and OYSTER SANDWICH 15c

Mis. Carrie.. Hitch spent Tues mother, Mrs. A. M. Pettit. |I Monday! of his brother and sister- -
:'1. F Blown was a business vis- day In Jacksonville with Mrs. C --- ---- in-law. Dr. and Mrs. I H. B. McLen
'n r'in Gainesville Tuesday, C Mendonn.Mis. I Mrs. D. T. Clark returned to her I don, at Kingsley Lake. OUR REGULAR SOUTHERN STYLE BAR.B.QHALL'S
home in Miami last Friday after u
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------- NOW ONLY
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Jlr: and Mrs. EV, Thompson Frances Sweat Guilfoid I I visit here with her parents, Mr. i :Mr'*. W B. Mundy and Mrs. H.
I and l Mrs. N. PLACE PLACE
.1 t Raiford were business visitors spent Tuesday In Quitman, Ga., ___u_D._Wainwright__ ____ I C. Wall, of Tallahassee, left Sunday lOc HALL'S
rtaarke !Saturday'; with her mother Mrs. T. A. Sweat. Mrs. S. E. Brownlee for Tampa to spend severaldays Plenty of Parking Spare In Town
la upending with Mrs. Wall's mother, Mt3.
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----
County Agent T. K. McClane, Mr and Mrs. Leonard Kinchen the week with her son and laugh I W. D. Dutton.j .
ter-in-law Mr. .
:' business visitor and Airs Hugh -- ----
;r. was a to have moved to Palatka where they Brownlee. I
'BIT.e \'lIe! Tuesday will make their home. j und Mrs. J. G. Lynn and
children spent the week-end in WE HAVE ALL YOUR NEEDS IN FOODS ON SALE '}

Mi inn Mrs. E. \V, Hayes and Mr, and Mrs. James Lamb and Mrs. S. Dowling and brother, Lake City as the guests of Mrs.

irmly moved In from their cot. Misses Put and Dolly Lamb spent H. H. Stioman spent Saturday I In I Lynn's mother, Mrs. Roxle Amer- 2! ms'l'SYRUP

il.ge in K.ngrsley Lake last week. Sunday afternoon in Gainesville. Jacksonville with their sister, Mrs. son. Fancy ."1". ('une
James Godbold. I '
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TIPTOP I
Mbsy! i, Dorothy Sapp and Clara Mrs. ;C. ; Nasworthy" and Mrs, I 0_ ___ _____ Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Landrum P A '':cG ee pent Friday afternoon In i M. F, Brown spent last Wednesday '. Mrs. B. K. Flowers' of Ocala, I have as guests Mr. and Mrs. W H. 7
Jack: jnville. In Jacksonville. 'I. was a guest. this week of her son 'I Miner of Akron Ohio, and Mr. and
in-law and Mr. Mis. .I. F Rogers of Jacksonville.
--- daughter and Aha GROCERY
Mr anu Mis. 1C. S. Matthews andr. Mrs. S. E. Brownlee Is the guest I'!I Paul E. Canova. They also" had as guests Wednes- I 1 OXYDOL

.and Mrs H. B. McLendon movd of her son and daughter-in-law, ,iny! Mr and Mrs. Odell Rogers and( Pt. Bottle lOc

in Tuesday from Kingsley Lake Mr, and Mrs. H. L, Brownlee. tor J{.Jacksonville G. Duncan and will there leave he today will I children- of Tampa.- ------ Friday & Saturday Sept. 17 and 18

Judge A Z. Adkins and J T. Frank I Mrs. M. Leviton left Wednesday join a party of American Legionnaires Mrs. F. B. Cady left Friday fora Gal 50c ALWAYS HAS BEST PRICES All for 15c

Landrum attended the dedication for a visit in New Oilcans with her on the special train for the vacation in East Hartford, Conn.
.f the new convention In New York. He willbe I with her son Paul She
Cady
Levy County court.10118e son-in-law and was
daughter, Mr. and
at Bronson last Thursday. Mrs. Hugh Brownlee, Jr away about two weeks. accompanied, to Washington" D. C. RICE BANANAS Lbs. 15c ;
i by her daughter Miss Beverly BtfNS
Mr. ,
and Mrs.
R. G. Klcld. Mrs I Cady. ....,, }
Paul E. Canova and Billy Graham /
DRINK were visitors In{ Jacksonville Wed ONIONS 3 Lbs. l lOc
nesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. E, Moch and 5 Lbs. 20c 4 Lbs. 25cAPPLE x

daughter, Miss Nina Moch, of Savannah

Miss Mar Julie Benson left Thurs Ga., went the guests of C. I I COOKINO

PepsiCola day for Tallahassee, where she will I H. Clark and family last week.
resume her studies at the Florid* They left Wednesday for their JELLY APPLES 6Lbs. 25c

State College for Women. home. RELISH SPREAD 20C
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FANCYLETTUCE
Miss Marjorie Stump went tc)' Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Andrea Mr, SALAD DRESSING

BIGGER AND BETTERA Tallahassee Sunday afternoon am hand Mrs. J.V.. Hazen and little Ea. lOc
Your Choice
has entered the senior class! at the.! Miss Jo Anne Dmkins were visiting Quart
Trial Is Convincing f. S. C. W. A, A. Wainwright in Palatka

___ __ ___ I
Sunday Mr,
h
Wainwrlght Is ill in OCTAGONCLEANSER; CABBAGE Lb. 2HcTAKCKT
DAVE SILCOX Miss Virginia Millsip of Greer, a hospital there. [TOMATOES p
Cove Springs was the week-end -

Distributor guest of Mr and Mrs. Edward I I Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Little, who NO. 2 CAN BK\.NI>
Burns.Mis.. have spent the past eight months

i here with their son-in-law and 3 Cans lOc 6c Each BEEF 2 cans 35c
NAT SEZ: \V. E. Middleton attended. I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. F.

Looks like them feller over on the funeral services of her uncle Smith, have returned. to their home
Martin Dowling, in Waycross, Ca.Thursday. ., In Indiana.' IlALLAltD BALLOON IVORY''
Mr.onr.M':
the other side, walk around ulthit .

chip on their shoulder. oil thetllUf' Mrs. W. T. Saxon, and daughter, 2 LARGE IVORY

The tough: part of It in that Friends of Charles Burton will 1 I i, :Mrs.' S. M. Simmons, and son, Tom, Flour 24 Ib 75ct SOAPAll
be glad to learn that he la recup i returned Monday to their home In I s.
J! the mt'nI he carry that chip and erating after undergoing a tonsil- I I Fort Luuderdaleafter a 'week's for

_are. nliviiy rnrin to RO are not the eel amy, visit with Mrs. Saxon sister, Mrs. 26c

anes'nho- hate to do; the rightln'. Bertha Pearce and mother, Mrs. O. TIPTOP BROOKFIELD SIDECOFFEE
Mrs. Gertrude Heerlng of Green Hayes.

If they; had 0 get out and face the Cove Springs was the guest Tues _0' I, TIiRKeUB

\>\\g gun th..m.?l\e they wouldproba"I day of :'.11', and Mrs Edward Mrs. Bertha Pearce, Mrs. W. T I BUTTER j" )N
Bums. Saxon, Mrs. O. Hayes, Mrs. S.
)' be more anxious to talk -----. Simmons, Tom Simmons M'I
a Pound 25c Pound 39c 30c Pound 1712CSHIFTS
It over. Misses Katie and Virginia Fu- Miss Wanda Peorce spent Sunday

gate left Monday for Tallahassee In Valdosta, Ga., as guest of Mrs. I JKUEL ("OMrO"SDBtLKLard :
where they will enter the Florida Clara Saswer and Mr and Mrs. T.
BOYS' "PETERS" State College for Women as fresh .1./ .Thomas.


r- SHIRTSSOclIp SHOES men. ------ Miss Etholln: __White, in a brief Ii Ib lOcLIBBVH;

Mr. and Mrs. L. M. DeSha and I' vacation from her duties, in the of-
El
I tOM FOR KIDS daughter Marjorie, of Wildwood I I flee of the county agent, spent

were week-end guests of Mrs De- { Thursday night In Frostproof with

L $1.49 Sha's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. I: relatives and Friday to Monday in 3 Cans 20c
Struth. West Palm Beach as the guest of

her uncle and aunt,
--- -- --- Mr. and Mrs
Miss Evelyn Stump will spend JO. C Bates.! GOLDEN WEST
TOUR FALL NEEDS NOW I I
this week-end In Tallahassee. -- -
NICE SELECTION OF While there Mis Stump will be a i,, Among the Starke girls attendIng COOKING OIL GAL. 85c

LIBUY SWEATERSAt guest at the Zeta Tau Alpha the Fraternity dances in
House 1 I Gainesville during Freshman Week

-- I:at the University of Florida were

$1.00 Mrs. F. H. Box Is visiting her I Misses Ruth and Lillian Sfernberg, Potatoes NO. I LO.NOINLAND :; 10 Ibs. 15cIMLLSRCKY'S

mother, Mrs. G. H. Blount, in Plant ,I Hope Haynes, Lillian Moseley. r
City Upon her return to Starke Rosa Mae Rowe, Clara McGee,
she will be Dorothy Sapp, Hazel!
Moore
accompanied by her Marjorie BEST ..
'STENDER;
A GOOD GRADE OF BOYS'SHEETING mother, who will visit here I Benson, and Lucile Kennedy.
FLOUR, 20 Lb. Pkg. 99c
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ROUND STEAK Ib. 19c
SUITS Carlyle Ritch and Allen Long Dr. D. C. Forehand, Frank Ward PILLSBfRY'H S.VO SHEEN

left Saturday for Chicago, III. Mr. and Ike Gortatowakl of Albany FLA. ...
38 IN. WIDE ALL SIZES'! Ritch will spend his; vacation Ga., were week-end guests of Mr. CAKE FLOUR, Pkg. 29c

there,, while Mr. Long expects. to and Mrs. T T. Long and Mr and PILLSBCRY'H PORK STEW Ib. 15c
lOc $6.95 make his home there. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter. They were y
accompanied back to Albany Sunday PANCAKE FLOUR, Pkg. lOc IIOCKIJMM PICNIC

:'1r, and Mrs. Frank Carter of j; by Mrs. Forehand and Mrs.
Tampa were visiting friends here,''Ward, who spent several days here F RI'NA"Pk HAMS lb. 27c
A WONDERFUL: LINE OF
Monday en route to their home in|I last week. g. lOc
_. M)N<) HORNCHEESE
Tampa after a two week's vaca- -
CHILDREN'S DRESSES tlon. t'f E. J. Wainwright, who has spent KKAFT'H M1K4CLK VI HIP

--- the past six months In Helena, Ib. 25c

Priced :Mrs. J. B. Carlisle and Miss Au- Montana wnrking'with the General SALAD DRESSING FLA IIKISKET
$1.00IT
at drey Carlisle spent Tuesday and Land Office Survey has been

=- Wednesday in Ocala! visiting transferred to Florida, and at present Vz Pints 15c STEW lb. I2'#
relatives. Miss Carlisle will leave is with his parents. Mr. and c
IT PAYS TO BUY AT Sunday for Macon, Ga. to resume Mrs. N. D. Wainwrlght. After a 1 Pint 25c

rE her nurse's training at the Macon month leave of absence Mr. Wain.
RG'S
R NB E Quarts PORK HAMS lb. 25c
Hospital, after spending her wright will resume his duties with -_ 42c 4

vacation here with ber parent. this office. raw +



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PAGE: SIX! BRADFORD COUNTY TELKUU\rH. STA1WUE FLORIDA FRIDAY. kF.PTEyanvt ''., l&
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f t';1 'It 1)) WHITE-FRINGED BEETLE -- -., ---- a1 don't have to come: down) the -;;;-1

t .j.' IS!' ('LUlIS"EMALE AND roads. They can come: :. -round-
," LARVA WORST PEST FARM SHORTS ..- I
I.N. I. -
: ,;w 'l' 1 CITY DItPS! -*Iv; I PTAMPAMore
J GAINESVILLE The white- Brl.f Farr Krra* Akoat 1'u.rVfl.bbwl.r. NEWS
'
!:.,: FARI IERSSECTIONI fringed beetle, the new plant pest ........1... II LIVE STATE pa stores have bet{ocmntowi n \ Tsm

4 found In several west Florida and rebuilt remodeled or
+ during the last
Cendncted by Demonstration Apenta south Alabama counties and near .WB of Florida in Short Paragraphs. than in the previous: ten fw snoathr!
Laurel Mississippi, Is a clumsy female HKI'OKTS FROM AGENTS i years' ,
survey revealed this week<<
t! L .J and its larva is much more TELL OF !SUMMER' : : WORK timated about Jl.000.000 has It IS fS.

r. 'i'.i i i .. destructive than is the beetle. \.ND .'ALLCTI'JTIES spent In conetl'ucllonOl'k been
i .. These facts have been determinedby 1-- since the latter alone
part
of '
J. R. Watson and Dr. A. N. Tls- STARKE--Bradford County farmers 1I I CONK TAKES TIME: OFF I NO BORDER PATROL work continues und 1934 adUitiomTi'

''I RURAL Hint To Housewives sit. State Experiment Station entomologists $40,000 I I I places are boarded
since they began sold approximately TALLAHASSEE Q over nor TALLAHASSEE-Florida's boun- up for mi.rtfrn.
worth of bright leaf tobacco during I Cone left town for a week without t Ization work almost as fast as
COMMON SENSE studying the beetle. They have daries, closed for two winter sea- the
the season which recently closed for six tempos ary haulers
his selections me
f Weklfroir> Home Demonstration made several trips to Okaloosa and making public torn down
according to a report from State Citrus Commis- sons to fundless Job-seekers, will At least twenty-five
By SPUDS JOHNSON Specialist, TaUahMMWMEASfKING Walton Counties, where infestations places on the I individual n_
were found, to observe this County Agent T. K. McClane, Jr sion. He said he still was considerIng be open this ;year to al! who come tabllshments! ate now o'('i.pyin..

what to do about the members south. But crooks and rebuilt or renovated quarters
of vagrants In
which Is the an
ELECTRICITY: NEW !' YOUR :MEALS pest now object
; :
addition
i t rF MOORE HAVEN The Ever- whose terms expired Friday. two enth tY flea\
-
AND CAPABLE !SERVANT' intensive campaign being carriedon "racketeers in fine limousines or build.
FOR .'IARID..4.ftIEICS: at regular times, plentyof by the U. S. Bureau of Ento- glades Cattle Association/ composed Pullman cars" had best beware of lng are being erected:l whir hair

I Eating leisure during meals and balanced mology and Plant Quarantine.The of cattlemen from Glades: Hen- STATE ACCIDENT\ TOLL VP local police and sheriff's forces. a dozen others are llnrtp"golnr,

I ti Electricity a new servant to rest and outdoor activity are beetle they say Is partheno- dry Collier, and Monroe Counties, TAMPA Burton H. Schoepf Governor Fred P. Cone gave the modernization.More .

vast farming areas in this country conducive to a good appetite and gentlc, as there are no males, and was recently organized under the new. chairman of the Florida Saf- warning in announcing: he would .

I t t t -,has been put to work on thousands healthy digestion, according to reproduction is asexual. This is I direction of O. C. Hodge, Glades ety Council, said a growing accident )- not re-establish the road patrol to spark frequent attent' on"e vpn
!'j plugs than
jl of farmsteads during the Miss Anna Mae Sikes nutrition true of several other Florida plant County agent. Officers of the as- toll In the state required "se- that formerly guarded five arter- all n "-..,

hpt f i(, past! year or two. specialist with the State Home pests including the aphids.It 'sociation are J. F. Cross La Belle rious thought." More than 2.700 Iiil highways Into Florida. "The plane engine part

li Farmers in many sections of the Demonstration Department Is a very clumsy creature, be- 'president: W. T. Hull, La Belle persons have been killed in FloridaIn road patrol (iloesn t stop anybodywho The angler fish carr- .' ?, ,

I h t cation have electric lights, refrigeration "Be regular in eating, take ing unable to climb out of a ahal- vice president, and G. C. Hodge, the last four years, he said. wants to come to the state, ar.d "lures," with whit ,i unease?
f ; I low furrow if the sides and : Moore Haven, secretary-tieasurer. --. said
electric pumps, nrd otherelectrical of time for meals, and get are dry anyway, the governor "They ether f'sh.!
plenty
crumbly. The executive committee Includes MIKES !SPLENDID' RECORD -, -
equipment and facilities enough rest without being lazy and |! the three officers and J. J. Wig- -
Other discoveries they have
the
Instead of the old kerosene lamps, will have a good appetite and JACKSONVILLE -- During
unsatisfactory or no ice boxes, and not you be bothered with indigestion," made about this pest Include the I gins and H S. Dyes 1 first nix months of 1937 the State

following: of Florida led the nation In the percentage .
surface wells that they had not so she '
the electricity says. While the larva will attack almost LAKE CITYEarly fall finds of now construction Involved o,1J/PIAY/ ,
In
As city
y( long ago. what should eat,
can be put to a multitude of As for you any kind of growing plant, Columbia County farmers busy in mortgages selected for :
from :Miss
wes on the farm. here's some pointers the adult prefers peanuts, beggar- picking Sea Island cotton, prepar- I appraisal by the Federal Housing r

Administration Sikes: weed. cockleburs, and cotton. The ing their fall gardens, harvesting Administration, State. Director :M. /I !
I The rural Electrification /
i;If, jl a federal agency, through Children should drink one quartof larvae, by attacking the roots of the corn crop, and getting their M. Parrish announced today In New 1937 :.
( milk a day and adults should plants, are far more destructivethan big hog crop ready for market, according Florida sixty-eight per cent of all ,
its to make arrangementswith
4 t + { + ability companies and to facilitate have at least a pint. the adults. to County Agent Guy Cox. 'mortgages selected for appraisal SERVEL ELECTROLUX

+' power the financing of construction If you have potatoes, you should The Insect spends the winter in during that period were for new 2J.. %.ro.... Refrigerator
1 also have one leafy vegetable to the grub stage, farmers having reported MILTON Twenty thousand I construction.
and installation
of power lines FHO /1Y0/o nil!
of equipment for the farmer, go along with them. plowing up many of the pounds of Austrian winter peas -- --.

tV ,,4 is responsible for this great ex"anBion It's a good plan to have two servings grubs in December.It will be planted by Santa Rosa :MISS KSTES WEDS ms .i1iNM N. i'OtNUNf IfI

t t lu of electric power in rural of fruit--a raw fruit or vegetable lays its eggs, which are yellow )- County farmers this fall. County JACKSONVILLE Miss Gene-

r areas. Reports from farmera who or canned tomatoes.One oval In shape, and about one- Agent J. G. Hudson reports orders vieve Livingston Bates pretty 21-
sixteenth inch in length on the for 14,000 pounds of seed within
have: employed the REA in obtain- to two servings of whole year-old daughter of Mrs. Young SISTRUNK'SBradford
f ground, sticks, stones, and other the past month.BRONSONLevy. ,
and break- Estes of Jacksonville
ing electricity for their farms grain products-bread or Saturday
materials. The eggs are surrounded County Dl"aleor-starkl", Fla.lonmina r-p.rae ... .. ..
,, homes Indicate general satisfaction fast food--may well be included on night became the bride of Nicholas:: eaUlk.s'. '.k_....... in*. w...i>.ut oitl IM w
e p. r on their part. In fact most of the the day's menu. by a gelatinous material to County cat. Ridgely duPont of Delaware. With I about l-I l Hk-ctiulua, .... K...V..... ....f'- .,....tn., t:ab.r.bm-tfr-4r-a..
+ which sand adheres, and are difficult tlemen are showing considerable r ... -.
t farmers who have obtained electrl- two of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin D Roosevelt N- =
Try to get servings to distinguish In the soil. interest in the trench silo\ a _....,-
as I
f It city have signified that they would meat, fish, eggs, cheese, dried During the hottest part of the means of preserving forage for I 1 I Jr., among the attendants, the _* __! _> a...1>_ .. .Iwwt.N,
not do without it now. the ceremony was performed by the .
day. ..
y beans or peas during day the beetles collect In shady, their stock, according to County!I' ., T- e... _.
a Electricity In most cases has As for fats, children (and adults I Rt. Rev. Frank A. Juhan bishop .
protected places. In late after- Agent T. D. Rlckenbaker. e ra-----leer mr- ---_
,. proven to be economical, efficient, If possible) should have butter ev- to crawl the 1 I of the Episcopal Diocese of FlorIda ,
noon they begin over I
i and far than antiquated |: In the cathedral-like Church of
{ more satisfactory meal.
ery ground and lay their eggs. Their De FUNIAK SPRINGS -.- Although ( the Good
S methods which preceded Sweets should be used for flavorin maximum speed Is about four feet other crops are good, about |! Shepherd.
; .
: it. It has meant the saving of I small quantities or as an extra
minute. of
a fifty cent Walton
per County's
)| SAYS. GAMBLING: WANTED WJMT
: thousands of steps for rural house
vSY the meal. Fruits arc
the end of
lot Thus far the beetle has been cotton rotted in the fields as a re- (
4 wives-in that installation of electricity sweets. Molasses, MIAMI-Residents of this win-
good healthy found In Okaloosa and Walton sult of the wet weather In August, I
r has been followed often by brown and ter playground of the wealthy had
honey, sugar, syrup Counties in Florida, In Geneva and according to County Agent M. Wilkins. I
installation of modern plumbing should be used In place of white the word of Governor Fred Cone
; facilities for the kitchen and bath.It once In a while. Covington Counties in Alabama, I that he Is ready to clamp the lid
sugar every .
and in the section near Laurel, IS YOURfAVORTf
has been found to be more effir' I Children should drink from three Mississippi. SOIL CONSERVATIONDISTRICT on gambling whenever they de- I I
cleat than other fuels In lighting I mama it, but until they do he will
of water while
four
r to glasses Since he began studying this WORK NOW
s the home, in heating Incubators I leave the situation in the hands of
adults should 1 drink from five to GETTING CNDKR WAY
pest, Mr. Watson has learned thatit "
yyr ; and brooders, and in many other local authorities. The governor,
F I eight glasses was found In one locality in New
i l ways here for Labor at whichhe
Day rally
't
South Australia several GAINESVILLE A new phaseof
Wales ,
::4; t Rural electrification is a comparatively 'I the Soil Conservation Service' was principal speaker, said he (
years ago.
; new thing in Florida, in- would not intervene In the gamb-
of
it a healthy sign-a sign Improve- -I program is getting under way in I _
us much as the movement to elecr ment in Florida farming and Flor- NOTICE OF TEACHERS' ; Florida, according H. G. Dasher, ling situation because "the sentiment )-

trify homes and farms did not begin ida rural life. While all farmers EXAMINATIONS; 1 acting state coordinator, following I of the people Is in favor of

4 ,g until a few months ago. are probably not In a position to Persons desiring to take teach-i passage of the soil conservation )I gambling." MAGAZINEYOU

,I But, great interest in electricity obtain it at this time, many of era examinations will report at the districts law during the last session .

r '; Is now being manifested in rural them are. And the latter will not court house in Starke, Fla., on of the legislature.
kit areas of Florida and hundreds of regret looking into the matter. Sept. 161718. TAMPA-On instructions from

i farmers are making efforts to The county agent Is the man to see I' A. J. GRIFFIS, Supt. The main job of the service sinceit Frank P. Ingram, state administrator WILL 1 .

l obtain it through the REA. This is about It I 9-10-21-9-17 was created In 1933 has been to | W. E. Robinson, district
? r
: '. develop and demonstrate erosion- WPA supervisor ordered all aliens

control practices on relatively from WPA jobs in the dis

D1 fLO I D I J AtMlWM' 'fAfI I small project areas. Emphasisfrom trict. The order Robinson Tampa said, ; Bs MCCAIXS

ilLp IrrZiLtt4L r. A now on will shift to wider ap- would affect between 300 and 400 ;

l plication of conservation measures workers In 1 71ER
Hillsborough Countybut StosT!
Pict43al
tfiErt ES
: through cooperation with farmersin

,1 I I'h'_. ,-..-t!:;:.."f"...("' -: r.( rr.... t I.cr..._..., I..,.-'...U 'to':'.,.i..>',. l'l''' f" "- C"c:, -'- the organized districts, Dasher aliens he on added WPA that rolls there In other were counties few- .,d_ .W FARMS

.. .. .!..:--'ii&J: "........ .... ti' ..... said.Two of his south Florida district.
"
'- demonstration
,, have
areas
-- The ban Includes those who have

.;.. oII;';"..... f' ry been! established in the state one I have taken out first citizenship a
.-... ,--'.. .. # -,;.," ISAI I only recently at Monticello. In the papers. P wr. OL.ryt Lnsrgaf
_. ... ., --rz Jr other area at Gainesville 150 farm worse

:t \ iii' era are cooperating with the serv- Ol'VAL NO-FENCE LAW 0 1 wa rM. 0 f w xea.a'. R"l.rr I J Yr n
erne
ice and on nearly 13,000:
acres are ,
JACKSONVILLE-Sheriff Rex O padttt A.w .r' b run a 'M'aw YtQ
perfecting practical examples of Sweat said enforcement of the Du- Fta'M -'st'n' Os rq IIyaM 1 Y,
/soli conservation practices. val) law Md.tt a rip /".t rM1 >k br --.1 Yr
County livestock r
prohibiting ty icWA O
APPIL. Farms under agreement in these Matlrn / rtL MoN C1RY l y,.,
u erosion.control areas, however, rep from running at large is now 41a1/1 rr o nt 'w s+nrn11 n,

AN- IN'RGS17NG'rRoPICAJ resent leas than one per cent of the N.In effect.Chase Jacksonville He appointed poundmas-Capt. J. 0 0 an7 as.w ie1 vt. p s4n"a alnea.. rl r,

rPurTNAr > land in farms In the state. While ter, the county poundmaster. Ani. /rt (] same

;. :. they have served as proving mals will be placed in his custody 11 0 jk sill ? Nf/11 y ll."aA.I Vim. I Y4
tr20WS
YM1
grounds and now stand as demon- and will be released : Ya
.\ only upon pay- apt
.. II( r ..Ql2A'" strations of good locally adapted ment of a fee. The law was passedby 0 Qyla.s, sMrlt1 12 YaKwata

t erosion-control practices, It Is only the 1937 legislature. Sweat said 'yMMM
1 _
1.. ""
t r logical that the i..
'! \0- program should develop penalties in addition to Impoundingare trM
: I from
a demonstration
tMr program provided by the measure. He
Into a wider application of
suggested that livestock owners
: .- : these practices by farmers generally "take steps to keep their animals CrET WH/IT you WANT PAY FOR WH/1T YOVGfLTU
-- Dasher pointed out.
from running at large." < orm no. i orra MO. ,

...- Cooperating closely with the ) All _. i All **."
r : .,,.... Florida Extension Service and ether OLLIE GORE DIES N.W.P-IM- Ti. /S3 T-ta linrtpav** 1 .I for Onlr:

|i agencies.. Dasher said, the 6 Ma o__>M B *2"io 3 SS% A

l\: :j.. ",-'?. miiry' contribution of the Soil prl-I MIAMIOllie director of the H.Miami Gore 53 Jockey former mmOtmv D IV |$240orra

,,, .. .,'io servation Service to the \ Club whose sensational charges
/
; "'; ." acres lea 4
f4
KO.
districts will doubt s
; no b* to furnish I II' against former Governor Sholtz almost t1oI8 Nwipav, I *.' All r_ nor. ......... I YW. AD Iii

: ,1 '' 'FJJ2!;. .-'-........ (I' technical assistance and guidance I resulted In a legislative Investigation 2 x.......... A "o.ir' 2 .......... A "Cari

.Jo OF BUS SCHEDULE died in a hospital last :':. : } ::= }$250jooa

GOVPNOR Southbound I week He had been ill five days. GGl'o.P. B 2.25 3 ::.a..a. B

1 .r. .. 7'1-1& STAT.G 0" No. 205-Due Starke :5:15: : p.m. Gore charged Hialeah Park ob-

-r'tORIPA-j No. 207-Due Starke 11:45: tained preferred operating dates

I No. 203-Due !.Starke' 12:15: pm.1 from the State Racing Commission Am.rlces lop ales Mod.rm IbcbaU JD..uou r r'Mn.Naaa '

No. 201-:Due Staike 10:20: B. m. /! by improper methods. HI+ rpwi G.w.1.71 MoUom Ploliu --- S no
UlAN.D. .. Northbound i cli.irgewere. discussed at the lasts Am.dcaa 140'_ Les Op*. Read lor BoyT .-.- '
I _. Moo,_ i ..
Homo and 6ada ___ 1,00 Oppormoltr -
," session of the legislature but a resolution >!.... CO-... __ ____ 1.70 Paf....' ......... f I.0
6 No. 202-Due Starke 1:30: ; p.m. ; for u formal Investigation cap....'. tuimt ______ 1.7S PalhrlBdw (wMklr) ,uPbrcleol
Child 111 ___________ l.MCbriitkra ClalhIn '
No. 204-Due Starke 4:15: p.rn. was defeated. Sholtz denied the I UcoW.
lUroU _________ f.50: P .r to
IIJS I8 .! No. 206-Due Starke 9:15: p.m. I charges. ..*. WMklr 1.MDcUMOMt PIctooIe11Ia.... :FS
79' No. 208 Due I c..aoy --. ,.... 1.71..... MacloGalc..L'
-- Starke 3:35: 8.rn.I| ________ .... ..... ..-. MMitUyadl -
F 't v'J No. 214-Due Starke 8.OS: a M.I to the land owners of the districtsIn ......r )ew--1 71 1a41W.w.'lt.ablcdl.rem ( ) )- si:
.....&. 1 ..... t..10 ItedbMh MavafewJlay -
-
Starke Bus Agent: Beaaley'eService planning their farming on the t .. ?.5FI..a.
...
I and tmirai !... 1..t.w sO .
Station basis of sound land use and soil ___ .. 1.00
\ i opposite court- i Dawn Groww ____ Los Iw..b -- a'oo
bouse. conservation. Horn Art MMd.Kral I.". Ices a 100
I "_ and Gaga- .... BUvo _...*. 100
Dasher said work on the demon- _"'.14 .,.......... 1.70 .part JUMdTrM \ 10
r_. | stration area. will not be discontinued UkMtr WMkJr' Lao laa..rbd r = .. 11
rkMalaria --
Utatarr D* ,t torrManWOBM
but as soon as the 1.N '. \0
govern- M-Cair* Mata. ... >M
6 6 6 !: ment fulfils its part of the agreement -

In 3 -T. I with farmers in the project j THIS OFFER I

-" % -- COLDSn areas each project will be placedon ail sG4ntlemeat /

ii z The Sugar Apple comes to Florida ffdm .. It was on March 3, 1845, that Florida TABLET. first. day maintenance basis and only a I

tropical America and i.i grown in a limited was admitted to the Union and the distinction IALYE D"O.. .rose: n....*-... soMl skeleton staff left to assist farmers I I
..... In
carrying out their part of the .
way in the Southern part of th. State. of becoming the first governor of the Try "...-. .."-World'. ...< / I .ndo" .__lor wbieb please rend. I
program. I
:1 Resembling 'shortened pine coo*, ,.tfc STATE rested with WILLIAM D. MOSE- 1..1...' the magazines I ban checked.. together ,.Ith' .

'fruit is two to three inches ia diameter I J'ur', subscription 10 your ase.'papor

t'l + and is yellowish green. Numerous carpels, LJBY, a native of rforth Carolina, I by his BOREE FUNERAL: HOME II

I each of which forms a protuberance, make election oa Hay 26, 1846. In the stone>> 'yeur Full lln-' of c..kf'te'& Undertnk-r SuppUMAMBVLANOK I 1 I4aineStrcet I

the fruit distinctive The granular pulp the present state capitol was completed. SERVICE *

k *14 is creamy yellow or white, ciutard Oke, Got. Moselay's administration witnessed DAY ANa NIGHT I or R P. D ;- I If'

and of a sweet and agreeable flavor. In great aational events, notably the annexation 53 PHONE 53 '

season it may be found in local marft> in of Texa, the War with Mexico 1B4647 O. H. BENNETT. MfT. I Town and Stat 'J

"' t Southern Florida. >- .a.r.Mrt-..- and the .acquisition of California. ,... "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" -------- ----Imp
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ritTD4Y,_SFpE1BLrR. fffiADrOIlD COUNTY TKLEOR.VPH. STARHX.: FLO&m\ PAGE SEVTOtI '
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I;''tltUiK; CHUUCH DIRECTORY STATE OF FLORIDA I: ployees and endorsed In the name the payment of such Interest Is "School l\UUalr" and Percentage. of CoUectloru: ,

B tP71CHURCH of the payee, by A. J, Grlffia. held not legal until properly adjudicated fear. !MiRage Percentage

F1KT Kv.\ C. B. Price, Factor STATE AUDITING DEPARTMENT I In many Instances It was noted by the court. General. District :Maintenance. of

Sunday School. 10 o'clock a. m., that Interest was paid on past due It Is recommended that Hat of Pi.... So. I Dist No :2 \It tJt"r. Collections

I Supt. Std rIte. Florida bonds, Attention Is directed to warrants Issued be published In local 1932 10 7 8 10 928
J. Thomas. r'lNN: ( I \I. M: \NA<1KMKNT':
' A Worship 11 a. mytomng August: 2. 1937. The aft tics of the Board have Supreme Court decisions wherein newspaper 133! 10 5 3 10( 69<
at 6:30: m. 1J3-! & 10 5 5 (
u meets p. Hon. W. M. Walnwrlght 10 60
B. Y p. apparently been poorly and care. A summary analysis of expenditures In shown below.
Worship, 8:00: p. m. State Auditor 1935 10 5 10 to 80 .
vexing! lessly managed.The .
); 1934-35 1935.36 1936.37 /
Wednes- 1936 10 5 10 10 45
Teachers Meeting Tallahassee, Florid
=. Board has not contractedwith
S. Total Expenditures.476,963.10 113008.04 115688.10
clay. 7:1S: p. 111. service Wed. Dear Sir: teachers or bus drivers as Is Less Debt Service____ 7.287.71 13178.56 6. !I6.1G KKCOKDH; adopted und placed' In the hands< of
yid.week, Prayer Pursuant to assignment! I have required by law or regulations of Capital Outlay ____ 1858.51 2,49908 8.336.35' each County Superintendent, nn-l
| 'J 00 p. m. audited the accounts of the the State Department of Public Instruction The records of the office are in
neday ------- ---- It Is believed that a better estimate -
METHODIST: CHURCH BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION nor was there any recordof Net Operating Ep.: $67.816.83 $ 97330.40 100755.59 a generally bad condition. The can be made both as to receipts .
BRADFORD COUNTYFor proposed salaries shown in the Board had employed a part time
"'. A. Fisher. Pastor --TTeachers' ---- --- and expenditures. It la alsnbelieved
Itev. School10 a. m. the period beginning July 1. minutes. Consisting of: bookkeeper who kept the records that with the filing of A
sunday Worsalp-11 a. m. 1934 (the closing date of the last Lists of warrants drawn were Satarles$41.750.63 62% $56.524.51. 58% 56205.41 56% until December 31. 1936. In many monthly financial statement with

Morning Leag e-7:15: p. m audit) and ending June 30 1937 not furnished banks as required Transportation ___ 13,264.66 19% 23064.00 24 % 22,913.66: 23% Instances paid bills could not be the State Superintendent that

Epworth. .orsblp-8 p. m.prayl'r and present this report thereon. by law. Other ____________12.795.59 19% 17,741.89 18 % 21,636.32 21% located and many could not be greater care will be exercised In re-
Evening meeting. Wednesday at PERSONNEL In a number of Instances mon: Teachers Employed _____- 80 83 82 matched with cancelled warrants. gard to the exceeding of budgeted "
7.1.34 to 1.1.37 District No.J. ey was advanced to teachers for Average Salary per There was no bond" register or items.

youu I. !Invited to all these aerv- C. Prevatt 1 the purpose of attending summer Teacher _______ __ $321.90 $681.02 $685.43 written record of bonds and cou-
are W C. Manning Chmn. 2 school. This Is In violation of the I Pupils Enrolled ________ 2.359 2428 2333 pons. This records has been Installed
111.! S. 1.. Crews 3 law as the Board has no authorityto Cost of Education per during audit, together with KNKOI.L.MKNT: OF PUPILS:>1 D

l'rMbyterlaD Church 1-1-37 to 6-30-37 District No.J. make advance payments to anyone pupil. Operating Exp.__ $26.50 $40.09 $43.19 many supplementary records. andIt TKAfHKRH!

Rev George H. Lowry, Pastor H. Moore Chmn. 1 for any purpose. Also at various Average School Term 8 Mo 8 Mo. 8 Mo. Is believed that they will be fully
Sunday Services: W. C. Manning 2 times money was advancedto adequate School Number Number
10 00 a. m. Sabbath School. R. J. Lewis 3 school bus drivers for the purpose COMPENSATION: OF SI'PKRIN- $13.33, representing amount of At the beginning of this audit Year I'uphls Te'ae'her..

U.00 a. m. Morning Worship A. J. Griffin Superintendent and of purchasing new busses.! TKNDENT AND BOARI1MKMBKKS bonus which was paid In year 1936- there was outstanding certificatesof 1932.1933 2.6:1 77

4 30 p. m. Young People's! Vesper Secretary.The This also Is In violation of the : 37. indebtedness <( Service. Superintendent Board members law. The drivers or owners of Superintendent has been ov Total amount paid __.__...$331.20:\ as scrip) Issued In payment of tea- 1934-1933 25:19 80 ,

Sermonette by Pastor. and some bus!' drivers have these busses were to have repaidthe covered Allowed 1934-33 14 meetings chers' salaries, transportation and 1933-1936 2128 83 -.

Midweek Service: been overpaid In the aggregatesum amount advanced during the : f? $6.00 $84.00 other current bills amounting to 1936-1937 2333 82

7.30 p. m. Mission Study of 305629. then current school term but in 35. $155.00; 1933-36 $116.19; 1936- Allowed 193536. 21 meetings $2,854.23.: No definite record has '

g 30 p. m. Prayer Service. The finances of the school system some Instances balances were carried 37, $240.00; making a total over /C( $6.00 126.00 been kept as to its redemption andIt Average 2461 79
-- are In bad condition. Teach- over Into the next year with payment in salary of $311.19.\ This Allowed 1936-37, 7 meet. was not possible to determine

Rosewood Baptist Church ers' .salaries and transportation expenses the approval of the Board and Superintendent amount was all repaid after June Ings ft" $6.00 U.OO mount still unpaid. (Note: The above Is a reproduction .
B.v. L O. Hemingway, Paator are paid when due; other 30. 1937 as follows: July 1937 Allowed 2 trips to At. HMMtKTS: of the first nine pages of Ute

Services every Sunday. Bible current operating expenses however Receipts from the State Increased $110.00; August 1937. $401.19. lantu Ca. 49.-9& The budgets as shown for each State auditor's report. The remaining ,

Study, 10:15: a. m. Services 3:30: are considerably in arrears. 33776.16 from 1932.1933 to' There wan also repaid $6.98 to ap year covered by this audit were pages consist of various exhibits .
I (In afternoon.BETHKL of traveling Total earned _____.______$301.4
o'clock Tax collections have been about 1936-1937 and receipts from County ply on overpayment incomplete In some Instances. both und schedules containing tables -

: BPT1ST CHURCH equal to a general State average. sources increased $12,939.53 for expenses aa to anticipated receipts and expenditures too lengthy to be published!

Kev. L. A. Donnley, Pastor Tax rolls have steadily decreased the same period. i The Superintendent also drew $249.71 However, a fair estimate These may be Inspected at the of-
Services every first Sunday. but Increased State aid has permitted The records showed fund overdrafts for travel expenses for 1934-35 Less repayment __________ 13.53 was made In total. In each fice of the clerk of the circuit

Sunday School 2:30: p. m. a full eight month term of In various accounts at the $166.98; 1935-36 $16000 and for year It Is noted that many of the court where the audit la on file for

Bible Study and Prayer Services school during the period of this audit beginning of this audit, and no apparent 1936-37 $360.00. a total of $686.98 Balance overpaid$236.18 items of expenditures exceededthe the convenience of the public.) ,it

| Saturday night. i 4 +t I'H effort has been made to for the period of this audit which member- amounts appropriated.A Published Paid
very The bonded debt Is !lo bad condi correct this situation as these overdrafts It. not allowed under an act setting J. C. Prevatt of the Advertising by :
form of has been Interested citizens' ;
St :Mark's EpIacapaJ Church tion. Both General and District steadily Increased duringthe the salary of the Superintendent at Board, was paid for the period of new budget an committee.

Warning prayer and Sermon on bonds and coupons are considerably period audited.All $2,400( per pear "Provided that no this audit to December 31, 1936 t.
the second and fourth Sundays at In default. operating funds are carriedIn additional compensation as travel- at which time he retired from office Expense Accounts fuges! by which certain state employees -
II a. m. Holy Communion Saints Ing expenses or otherwise shall be $687.88 of which the follow- apparently 'gyp' the taxpayers
Finances been bank
appear to have one account known as
Days at 10 a. m. Litany and choir paid to such Superintendent" A ing amounts were earned. Mr. Run Into Money, of thousands of dollars under -
poorly managed. At the beginningof "General Fund. Separate accounts -
practice every Friday night at 7:30: this audit several accounts are kept In the Superintendent' total overpayment for the period of Prevatt resided approximately nine Tax League Says the heading of "NECESSARY !
p. m. salary $511.19: and traveling expenses miles from the office and In entitled & REGULAR EXPENSES."
showed overdrafts which In many office for the various funds ..
$686.98. Totals 119817. to mileage of $1.80 per trip. "It would seem that while the
cases have steadily Increased during but all warrants Issued against Appropriations from the State
Christian Church Less amounts after Total amount paid _____..$687.88
repaid Impending state deficit Is being
Christian Church the period of this audit. District or General Funds are General Revenue Fund for expenses "
Services at the audit Salary $511.19 Allowed 1934-33 14 meet- discussed by the Governor and! the
and Records were in bad conditionand charged against the "GeneralFund" amounts to more than $3- I
Sunday morning; evening Leas amounts after N'. $5.80 $81.20
eve.ry Cabinet ,
repaid Ings that
preferred consltera1
o'clock incomplete. Some Improve account In the bank. Someof I 000,000( for this fiscal year- -approximately 1
at eleven and seven respec audit Travel Expense Allowed 1933-36 21 meet- tion
well be
might given to the
ments have been adopted duringthe the districts show a balance on forty-six per cent of 'j
I 6.98 318.17 tier., $5.80 121.80 i
audit and It Is believed that the books in the office but these ings the total appropriations accordingto familiar Item "NECESSARY :
hereafter the records will be fully balances are more than offset by --.-- Allowed 1936-37 7 meetings a statement released here today REGULAR EXPENSE." We believe .);
tively.BOB Balance __________________$680.00 fi $5.80 $40.60 this would to be fer-
adequate. overdrafts In other accounts, there- liy the Tax Revision League"This prove a
JONES Detailed comments are made under by leaving Instead of substantial The Superintendent Is of the --- ," In the opinion of the tile field for the practice of economy i
!opinion that the amount of $680.00 Total earned ___* _______243.60 ." ,
the following headings: balances In some instances, actual. League, "is. a fertile field' for the ,
Financial Condition. ly no balance. This matter was discussed -! as traveling expenses should not be practice of economy." ..- -
Comments On Here considered an overpayment since Overpaid _____________....$444.28J. Philharmonic orchestras ':
Financial Management. with the Board and Superintendent I Text of the League's statement get
And Hereafter Compensation of Superintendentand and attention was directed the amounts were budgeted and approved follows: their names from the Greek which
each the locul H. Moore member of the
by "
year
Board Members. to Chapter 2407 Compiled. "The Bill means "loving harmony. .
Board as well as the State Superintendent Board since January 1, 1937 was General Appropriation ..
Statistical Information. General Laws which .
1927 specifically
According to the Bible Jesus paid $10.60 for a trip to Jacksonville set up for this fiscal year approximately ..aAlrAOJY
Records. states that separate accounts In salaries for
Christ was the Son of God. He I The members of the Board were for which there Is no authority 3900000.
Budgets. must be kept In banks for each ,ine\ of ,
operation major departments
of heaven to this earth
out
came each paid for surveying and measuring WMlDlJI
I FINANCIAL CONDITIONThe fund. / Z
and Institutions of the and
by way of the body of a virgin. mileage on school bus routes K J. Lewis member of the State
God manifest In the flesh finances are In bad condi The budgets have not been for since 1 approximately $3.400,000 or forty-
He was writ-I which there Is no authority Board January 1937 was
He was God's love gift to a lost tion. Teachers' salaries and transportation ten into the minutes: compensation of Board members paid $37.12 for surveying and six per cent for expenses:; of these A dependable prcieriptlon for C.&..
costs are paid when due. the minutes show bills approved same departments"Thin CUll .r.T.rMaIariaandInnanc..
world. Jesus went about for over being fixed by law. measuring school bus routes. for .
These, however are paid entirely AtcroffstorM 15.or Mad .ta..,.te
for matters
thirty years loving men, weepingwith from State funds. Other current payment. These were Chapter 15778. Acts of 1931. fix which there Is nr authority. does. not Include the expenditures '...... Doe C..Jaekaondll..Fisl. F
those who wept giving His discussed with the Board and Superintendent ed salaries of Board members baAed Included In overpayments) are to be made by the nu-

blessings at a wedding feast unstopping bills are In arrears some unpaid and It was suggested on salaries being paid In January bonuses paid to A. J. Griffin, Superintendent merous state department. and J
the ears of the deaf and hills dating back three and four that nil bills be presented to the 1931. Board members were $240.00; W C. Scanning commissions operating on continuing

to blind cleansing years Board In open meeting and such $25.00 S. L. appropriations. Assuming that
giving light the being: paid at that time under ; Crews $13.53;
lepers with His touch and healingthe The General Fund bonded debt bills as were approved be recordedin Chapter 526 Compiled General and J. C. Pievatt. 2880. Uoth these expenses are divided In similar

polls led. He died on the cross has 26000.00 principal outstanding the minutes as having been up- Laws, 1927 which reads as follows: Mr. Griffin and Mr. Clews admit proportions fur saliiries and expenses i

and according to the Bible Hla of which 14000.00 Is In default proved for payment. It appeals "Membeis of County Board shall that they were doubtful as to the this amounts to anotherl.tiOO.OOO.

death wns vicarious and substitution.d and coupons In default In the that the Superintendent has been be paid from the County fund! for egality of payment of bonus to olfl- $. a total of approximately 4 4s

He took the sinner's place. mount of 627000. The Board has drawing warrants in payment of their services Four Dollars ($4.00)) cl'il.s.' and so expressed themselves IH.OOO.OOO per year for expenses
If the Bible is true in what It been advised that these bonds were current bills whenever presented, per day for each day's service and at the time payment was made. ">f the various departments\ bur I

leaches about Jesus--and the writer legally( Issued therefore no funds und very few paid bills were found ten cents UOol>)> per mile for every At the beginning of this audit eats und commissions of the state .

does not say "If" with any question tie set aside for their retirement to have been approved by the mile actually traveled In going to there was an amount frozen In the government C a # 4L.

( in his mind for he knows It Is The District Bonded Debt is in Board and from the couithouse by the closed Bradford, County Bunk of "Those who have had occasionto : .a a

true- -then any man who Is hardhearted bad condition. Defaults In Dis- It has been recommended that nearest practicable loute." $:0.639.83: with collateral amountIng frequently contact state employees s

enough to reject Jesus ''tlct No. 2 amount to 2000.00 the policy of drawing more than ...... C. Manning momber of the to 13000.00 consisting of have probably heard theIIllIn" jE' OLE

(Christ Is hard-hearted enough to principal, and $110.00 in coupons; one warrant In a single month tot Board was paid for the years coveted $10.00000 Winter Garden 6 percent phrase "SA LAitY and ."

eventually yield to any kind of District No. 3, 15000.00 principal an employee he discontinued. by this audit J554.92. of bonds and 3000.00 Clearwater 6 also. probably observed certain'
temptation If the temptation Is ince July 1, 1933 with no further It appeals that the Board is advancing which only $216 00 was earned. percent Improvement bonds. This state employees who !spend the J JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA

strong enough. There Is no need Interest coupons! maturing; there- money for payment of pte- Mr. Manning resided. In the town of collateral, I was. released to the greater part of their, time travel-!

of proof of human depravity except :ore no coupons are In default; mIums on liability Insurance for Staike and |is, therefore, entitled l to Board September 5. 1935. but tin ng over the State with no visible! OAlNEfl ANDREWS M....>

the fact that even men and District) No. 6, $3.00000 principaland school busses also advancing mon 10 mileage for attending Board record. was In the minutes nor impose except building political ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT M *.
women who Relieve that Jesus $385.00 In coupons. DefaultsIn ey for purchase of auto license meetings. could any be located to show at I 'ence. attending to personal mat- sale'. &.,,... ....,N', .... Iw.1 ..._ '
tmmm J..._.... Every ... .,tIt twit .... {
No. 18 of 4000.00 principal tags these amounts to be deductedfrom *
Christ was the Son of God and District Total amount paid ______ __$554 92 what price It wan' accepted On .ers or, who are apparently traveling d..., NIl ._, ..4., I...,...... d.e.4.
Ciat! He died on tale cross to save and $66000 in coupons were the driver of the bus in eight Allowed 1934-35 14 meetings September 17, 1933. the $10.00000 primarily for the purpose of w.d.... ...E.., 9d .Ith .t.__ )
them, are still willing to turn their educed to judgment in United equal installments. It Is recom- 'it $400 $56.00 I ,Vlnler Garden bonds were sold,' at collecting personal living expenses ... M.4ln9 !I..... ......... tern
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backs on Him and line up with his States! District Court Jacksonville, mended such advances be discontinued Allowed 1935-3)1.) 21 meetings \ price of t,80000 net and the .nd milage. s.w -All' CONDITIONED. K ,

enemies !n !May 8, 1937. since the Board has no authority ifi $I 00 $84.00 'proceeds credited as follows: Gen- "Another practice that Is. In COCKTAIL IOUNOI foiitt SHOP

Thee defaults are due In part for advancing monies. It Allowed 1936-37: 19 meet. rat Fund, 1509.43; District No. vogue, at least to some extent is DINING AND MELTING ROOMS
__ .....Ptfw. W., tn
This la God's universe. "The :lowever, to the closing of the Is also recommended that the Ings '> $100 I $7600 1, I. & S. Fund, 329057. This traveling by train on cash tares at R.w II.oo Sas 10__$ -
Bradford County Bank and the Board discontinue the practice of amount should have been creditedon and one-half cent mile und, .
earth is the Lord's and the full- one : per N R.sr UAIG t4 R..r1[]
ness thereof." Cod made Bank of Starke In which consider guaranteeing gasoline and oil bills Total earned .___________$21600 a pro rata basis of Cenerul Ltirnlng In expense' accounts for .. ....1. titw,, .tr a... loA
thing. The every- able sums are frozen and, to luck for teachers and! bus drivers.It Fund', $421.94. and District No. 3. tutomoblle mileage at five cents fade-ar. d..shv

are His He snow-capped the mountains flowers of sufficient collateral. It appears was noted that on several occasions Overpaid h ._______ ____$33*.92 [. & S. Fund $1,37806.The err mile' which represents a haridoiie 0.a... .U MM ...
planted 'ee 'Ar11a Notes et..l.w1. .
He started the streams thatg gnat In neither of the banks was during the period of this; Bank of Stalk castled an : percentage of profit. I ..._... there sufficient collateral. audit, warrants! were drawn to em amount frozen of June 30 1931. "There s
>> singing to the sea He put music S. L. Crews member of the m are other similar! mibter-
In Board was paid for the period of of $18.268.41. with I collateral IL
the throats of birds.!! He Following 18 a summary ot the operating and funded debt position
made men and women and little at the beginning and end of the period audited. this audit to December 31, 1936 amounting to $12,00000, consistingof
children. He created the sun as at which time he retired from of. 10000.00, Clearwater S 1.2 per.

the light by day and the moon as Operating funds July 1, June 30. Change In fice $551::; .:-0: Mr. Crews resided cent mprovement bonds. and $2.-
"e light by night. The stare that ; 19M 1937 Position approximately ten miles away and 000.00 Williston 6 percent Funding END BOOKKEEPING WORRIESwith

Shine like diamond points in the Cash In Operating Fund $ 2.18.93: S 304.09 2.490.82 's entitled to $2 00 per day mileage. bonds. On September 5. 1935, the

sly are His Incandescent lights Less Current' Accounts 7,925.55 6.402.9.1: 1522.63 Vlliiwance Is also made for two 10000.00 Clearwater bonds were

everything belongs to Him. Since trips to Atlanta Ga., in connection released to the Board at a price of

It 'Is His universe. He has a right Free Cash fur Oprtns 5739.62 6707.01 967.39 with purchase of school busses. f7.900.16. The $2000.00 Williston ILLFICTScompl.tfl

10 fun It according to His will. The Matured General Bonds On August 14, 1937, Mr. Crews bonds ass still held under Comp

Bible' teaches that God 'proposes to and Coupons ________ 9330.00 20.270.00 10.94000 repaid to the Board the sum of troller's Certificate No. 131.:

be1.j.l STATISTICAL! INFORMATION
up .
everything in His Son Jesus
Christ our Lord. Jesus Is Current Oprtnr Def.___ 15069.62 26977.01 11.907.39 The following statistical information baa been compiled from the 'oolclc..ping

COoI's divinely appointed and dl Judgments 5.611.52. 5.611.:12 records.. available. It shows! the trend of factor which are Important ,
Vln, ly annointed King of this Unmatured Cen Bondll 20000.00 12000.00 8.000.00Gen. In the financial management of the schools and should be useful Outfit I

earth He In planning future operations
came to Hla earth ands
.
"'* cast out 'by wicked men. He Operating Def.__ 35069.62 .51J8.)3: 9IU8.91 Cash. Receipts- for Operation
School' Mtato Apportionment Co. and District 8oures.Neer *
Burned to His Father a house. -
Someday, |In clouds of glory He Is Amount lacrosse Amount Decrease Full Instructions and
Coming again to take over His land District Funded Debt 1932-1933 $ .399.42 $ 28834.61 $ $350
IIIId the throne His Father has glv- 1933-1934 32987.70 2411.72 34504.03! S.669.42AsHesument Specimen Paft* Included

en HIm. To reject Jesus Christ Is Unm"tured Bonds ____$ 53.000.00 44,000 00 9000.00 19.T-4-19.T5 36389.22 3.401.92 36,855.53 2351.30 In Each Outfit
"o lit gUilty of Defaulted Bonds __nn 30000.00 20.000 00 10000.00 1935-1936 70,286.04 33896.82 34001.24 2854.29
high treason. Those
who suffer Defaulted Coupons __n 2392.50 495.00 1897.50 1936-1937 69175.58 .1.110411 41.774.14 7.772.90o

reign' with Him with when Him He now sits will on --- \ or Period Increase ____33776.16 Increase $12,93953 It showsv.ry day how rv1: : money Is due you

Bas' throne. He say that those TOTALS ______________$85.392.50 6U95.00 20.89/.60 1'11' Roll "Valuation and how much you ow.. "H',;r.:>.d headings for
who Less Interest and Sink. Rolls:
Him on overcome His will flit down with Inl' Fund ___________ 6,971.06 7.53261. 1.561.55" ; Cjlend.irYear Srhcml AssesteJYear Reductions .v.ry transaction. 100 record prge with monthly
throne as He has overcome -
---- Valuation From shads annual F'-cor.'* account and
and 1 has sat down with His summary ,
rather:: on His Father's throne. Net District Funded ___ __ __ -Non-exempt( ) Previous. Year balanc. sh..t included. 1 Jal.\ .' boo !.tcpina!
throne Debt ________________$79.421..t I 56962.39 22.1 9.05 --- ---
IIIh' Is In heaven. Tile; -- --- 1932 1912-1931 $1.322.21&.00 $ simple and acci,>-at..
th' of Jeau l la on the earth. If
ie Word. Net Total Debt _______$114.491.011 101,550.92 12910.14 1931 1933-1931 1605465.00 283221.00
: should be read b/ any --- --- 1931 1934-1933 1573881.00 31584.00

aq unconverted u- let me remind. Godless you man that or some-worn- Total Per Capita Debt 12 93; 11.49 I.'" 1933 19331936I93fil937 904.23900 669,642 98.42000 The Bradford County r ;
805819.00
the Savior Per Capita Net DI"t. 1936
I wT the whom you reject Funded Deht_.__ _-_ 8-i 0.4$ 2.5& I Total Reduction, from Telegraph
King of and the j
kings
Ln1 ot 1P"2::: to 1936 Inclusive $518,425.00.Above :
lords
J Kverv Knee shall I .
lo reJ. To 0-30-37
OJ flgtiren in -
10 Hun sometime somewhere.MM .. -Above shows figures In reJ. _.j... rpe

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TACK EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEOR.VPH. STARKE. FLORID" FRIO\" SEPTE1tlLI;

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1\0T.r.: 0"- APPI.l'STIOYFOR 1C. F. 6ft.'\'. DIES (o'clock. An Instructive program Gainesville Friday. brothers and sister

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished I ( TAx HIM: IKFIDvr.Nte .\M.. :I(CO The many frlenJs here of R. F. will be given and special music Mr and Mrs. M. F. Wigging I Mrs. Davis W88 born

NOTKM-: Hllunv11VI: ; : JN. That ( Bob) Gray of Gainesville and a will probably 'be. furnished. Everyone were visiting In Olustee Sunday.Mr. In Bradford County 'L"" 'ta''
1877MEMBER Leonard Thornton Jnhnn, holder of and Mrs J. A. Bennett and and' add!
THJC, iVrtifUnte No. ;UI3:;, Inftuptl the former resident of Starke, will re' is invited friends whoBobble regret ht', lie\
6th duy of AuiriiHt, A H. 1H2N. linnfiled gret to learn of his death Saturday Ernest Thornquest. Dot Sapp were visiting in Starke Paslgl.
.
S8 g> =C=r7l7iFLORiE. mad* Mime Ai>|ilration( In( my fur fjffUn a tux'And deed linn tbe .. night resulting from u heart attack ,-,- -., Saturday night. Surrencj ,

.\PRESS ASSOCIATION .tKHtiMl) thvrpon.thw folluwltitf Haul certJfteateenibrareH (leeerlhedproperty while driving his automobile NOTICEThe K. C. Bennett of Adel Ga., was I thy and Viola Reya",, or Abel!! ,

In I the I'ountv i.f 1Ir..dr"'d.S.nh on a principal street In Gainesville, and visiting friends and relatives here pa were visiting ,.,., ,i. TH
of Florida ..towlt.WCHI : Funeral services were held Sunda Royal Service program Tuesday night. week-end. u""n! >rq
3oturakd louda' blunt or Mouth.Went Quarter business meeting of the Baptist W.
nf Nurtli-Went Quarter. ofHuctlon afternoon from the residence and Miss Irene Prescott of Starke Mr. and! Mr,. c .I I ,
will be held! at the church
M. V. I'1lzler
t 3D, Townnhlp 7 South
Interment was In Evergreen Ceme sons of Jacksonville. IJ:
k; Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class lunge.rrn" mole lit" or Kant leH, ..runtulnlriK tom next Monday afternoon at 330.: ernoon.was visiting Dot Sapp Sunday aft Mrs H. D. Rogers and ur'.

w Florida The aHH...mnnnl of the' Bald property tery.Mr. The Young Matrons' Circle Mrs. 00. M, and 1\\,
''I Si Matter at the Post Office at Starke, under the tnld certificate I".u."d Gray was forty-three yearaold. B M. Funsell leader will have .---'-- -- craves and |II,HI,. tJlingb'
wee In the name of C. I* Ollllard. He was born In Plnebloom, Shirley of
-- (',lees. Maid. certificate/ hitll bo 'e. charge of the program Every GRAHAMMr WlnUermore ,,;
t 'E. L. Matthews _________, ,_________Editor and Owner dt. .f.m..d according, tr law the property Ga. and lived tn Starke for several member is requested to attend. *. I.. C. Stith! CrrBi....... guests of their pmnm Wi!; .
cipMcrlhet! therein. will be Mold toIhr years with his family when he was Mr. L. C. Smith Sunday;; 't
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SUBSCRIPTION RATE I tilKhext/ un, 'the bidder first at Monday the court In hone.door the* a young boy. For several yearshe Sir*. Irene Da,l.. Mrs. Eva Kirk ol

month. of NttVHmlier." 1*>37,. which In was associated In the lumber NEW RIVER Funeral services for Mrs. Irene was visiting l"rkoQll

d # Yearly, $1.50 ; Six :Months 75c-Payable in Advance I the hated lat day thlM of IS November day. of September 1937. business with' his father. Dorothy Supp Correspondent Davis of Tampa. wife of Louie Davis Mrs. W. T. McKve friends; here SUMI

}! 1931. He is survived by a brother. Hen. were held at the Santa Fe urday after leturned ,,
Advertising Rates on Application a visit
of
IUKKICIAI. SKAF)
Donald A large crowd attended a peanut several
A. J. THOMAS. ry. Gray and a Mister, Mrs. Cemetery Friday. with relatives In Wet'
(flerk of Cltcult Court ofrtradrord 'Morrison, both of Gainesville. boiling at the home of Dot Sapp Mrs. Dalton Ca
I
Services were conducted by Rev. E. D. Parrish| .
I Florida.
AMERICANS SHOULD COME HOME 1 FOR PROTECTION l"-17-5t-10-16 County -.- Friday night. Several games were Pearl and It
!i,' MISSION HAIJ. played. Everyone reported a nice L. C. Smith assisted by Rev. Lor- Dryden of Palmetto
ton of Tampa. visiting their brother
We in accord with President Roosevelt's :rtOTirM OP APPLICATIONKOH time tend aiftefl,
are perfectly law. Mr. and
Mrs.
She is survived by her husbandand H
TAX][ : L
IIKKn
1'1 S l statement of last week that any of the 7,780 United Statescitizens (*...<. Bill No.( I Oil I I A splendid lesson on patience Mrs M. F Wiggins and Mrs. J. two children her parents Mr. Saturday.Miss Start
NOTIt'K IS IIEKKHV especially for A. Bennett
+ OIVKN.I That cleverly illustrated were shopping in
t' i', I I now in China who refuse to leave the war-torn coun Than Hrown,.... holderM j F'. 'Hr"w of n and Tax Laura CerMfIfate Belie the benefit of the young was given and Mrs.! Slat Thomas) and several for a few Ellen days Johnson!: |left Munj.
visit
iG, i it' try must remain: there at their own risk. No. 1541. iKmiHil' the Tin day of Au. In the weekly Bible study Tuesday brother and ttth, h
A. l I>. has filed sister-in-law
,, gust 14.11. Maine In Mr.
Dodd of "Mid- RUPTURESHIELD
-iii Y This is a'a"t country and protecting our citizens within inv' rflre end IIIIH 1 made application I night by S. H. Oysters R In Season Mrs. Fred Johnson at Otlanfc
I for a tax deed 1 to he Issued thereon. lakes". The full meaning of the 1-

> l ; ; our own borders is a big enough job without accepting responsibility Said Inif ileHi.frttlfiriite.Abed property embrace" In the the County follow. word was perhaps presented In a EXPERT HERE

1 for their welfare !in a country where they must know of Kinilfurd, State of Florida, to- way that will be of much benefit II. M. SlfEVNAN. widely known -
wit : expert of Chicago. will|| .perfloiially fi
since It !Is realized by.those fortunate RITZ
,' t iN b their lives arc in danger and where they may be for no better l I ,Ire\VHMl-hnlf, of Section nr Hniithu'HMt U.I: Township Jose 7 enough to hear the message be at the George \\'u.t
| South Range 23 Ka..t, ,contain I Jacksonville' Monday and STAKKK
than love of adventure. UAHun\
simple
reason a that it I"i a cardinal virtue upon
i j I Ins, MO acre' e'. mole or lees I Tuesday. only September 20 and

r If 'i' It is true that some American citizens might be making I l..r't'he' under:iiMHefftment the said of t the lert! Halt(If I irate! prop!I. which to build real Christian character 21. from 9 A. M. to 6. .'. M.

iI I sued wan In I the name" of P. I). Dover, I'I'I and not merely just another Mr. SheMinn aj : The Zoetlc
i, their living in China and it will be hard for them to pull up lili-HM I HIIIII certificate shall be reileemt'fl word In the English language for ,'Shield is a tremendous improvement r

4 li stakes and leave their homes, but if they have any real lovefor dent. ain.-4Init.li>.,.tl 1' therein to law will the be property Hold.- i "In your patience possess ye your I I80uls. over all former methods effecting

I{ I I Ito 'the highest bidder at the courthouse ." Immediate results. It will
( the country to which they still profess> allegiance they will I
? d on the flrttt Monday In
I not
hold the
.. ir": : Mr. Dodd was accompanied by only rupture perfectly
I'' h I than involve the I November' 1H.17, which
rather
themselves from the danger
get away spot I IM the iMt. day of November 1937. Mrs. Dodd and 1 son. Fred who also but increase the circulation
a Hated .IhlH !Mil day ()September, strengthens the weakened
; ; I'I I the United States in a war that will cost thousands of 1.27.OFFICIAL. took part in the service. parts
thereby closes the
opening in ten
!s' ? lives for that it seeks to ( SEAL) "The Have's and the Have's Not"
every one avenge. A. J. THOMAS' days on the average case, regard-
( I 3 rr---- "Clerk of Circuit Court of will be the theme of the study next leas of heavy lifting straining or
: Hradfnrd County, Florida. week, and asked
all are to bring any position the body may assume
t !
-t7-St.lO-lS[
i' THE "TRAILER WIDOW" ENTERS THE PICTURE verses of scripture bearing on this no matter the size or location. A

::\o'ru'' OF 4PPId4TIOV subject nationally known scientific meth-

We do not believe that the trailer homes on wheels will .....'Oltol...... Hill: "ft DEED, !"'*> I .--- 'od. No under strand or cumbersome APALACHiCOLA OYSTERS

9b with folks in of the NOTICK: is'llKlVKBV; : : OIVISN NOTICE I arrangements and absolutely
be very popular the women spite prediction ': : Thai t 600 {uurt-SOc PintALSO
no medicines
1 Thomaft F Brown And Laura Belle or medical treat PROGRAMFRI.SAT.
{ that they will eventually replace permanent houses in Brown holder of 1-4 of Tax i'ertff:, There will be a cemetery workIng ments. ALL KINDS OF FRESH
.Irate No. 270. Issued the 8th ol f FISH. SHRIMP
day AND CRAB-
; R' i this county. They won't if very many ladies read about the I July. A. O. 1426! hue filed same In at McKlnney Cemetery Friday Mr. Shevnan will be glad to demon MEAT.
inv nrrire: and luau made' I application I ,: September 24. Please come and trat. without charge. ., SF-I'T. 17-l
1 fate of Mrs. Sudie Hahn the first (at least that has come to I for a .tax. deed: to be iHmied thereon. bring a well filled basket and tools. Mr. ...**... will. k. .!.. lo ......- Double
I Said v rtlflcntx embrace the followIng .teat* ......... eaargn MAGNOLIAFISH Feature"Devil's
notice) of the "trailer widows. described In Be prepared to spend the
r. 4 our property the" Countyof day. .19d. (M41 %. Hlrkmond Nt. Chlraitn
Ilrndford State" of Florida, to- -0. B. ..arN
to F.
k r She and 1 her husband were camped near Boston when I I wit Noitn-half: nf Southeaxt Quarterof .- Moody.TOWNSEND Chlrngo."Seeley, Ifan rupture expert H.of MARKET Saddle

I he evidently tiring of it all unhooked the trailer in which ,! Township SoiithweBt 7 Quarter/ South of Rang Section 33 22 NOTICE Legion"Dick

Mrs. Hahn was sitting and drove the automobile merrily I East I'outatiiiiiK :20 acrett, more or The local club meets next Mon-

q I down the road. He has not been seen since. I lexH.The. aHenNmbiit. of the ttald preperty day night September 20 at eight FUNERAL DIRECTOR Form"Married

uiiilnr MUM In t the the nalil name.certificate of Hampton IHHiied Boards whittled out by Jackknife My Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render BeforeBreakfast"
l We hardly suppose that wives are going to readily take to Tie & Timber Col'nli ,

9 anything that makes it so easy and convenient for their husbands I .nft sold ..rllfl ate shall le rearrardlrig I so that they were flat on the ends : EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
deemed 1 to law the prop- and could be easily!: gripped reecmbllng MODERATE PRICES
T to leave them stranded the city "I.erl'I, bed. therein i will be Mold.
time cricket
by wayside a bats the
every were
to the hla-liext bidder at the court DeWITT C. JONES Robertouiin

i c } pretty girl waves at them from another passing trailer. Women )' the houan mouth dour. of on November: the flrxt. 1117 Monday: which In I first baseball bats.PLEASANT. Starke FiorldatDON'T Florence Rice

'lt4l feel secure when their homes are attached firmly to the I.. the 'let day lit November., 1IU7. TO TAKE
S Doled 'IhlH nth day of "'September. SCN.-MON.. &.;I'1'. \\.I-M!

i u! ground but when you place wheels under them there is no 19J7 OFFICIAL SI AI.I) e "Shall We Dance"

1' i; : I telling what might happen. ] A. J. THOMAS; There Is no need to take a harsh ASK YOUR FRIENDSTO
t rierk tif Cncuil Court ofFtindfuid laxative! There Is a gentler way
.
Frl'ld.htlr.*
County, Florida.
I n
to
relieve
!'-175tlUl5M[ constipation! Just geta Ginger noger

t STARKE'S GIN RATES HIGH-PATRONIZE IT I '_ box of Rexall Orderlies, the !SIGN YOUR BOND-SAVE THEM AND -
)
rici-: oI"'Pt.l11'10\
FOR T\Y, : IIRRII phenolphthalein laxative which YOURSELF THE EMBARRASSMENT.CALL TUES., -SEI'T. 31 I
It is hard to understand why even a single grower would I I ..ennte Hill %"... 111 tastes like chocolate candy. ItIsn't I ON US. WE WRITE EVERY
NJJT1CK' : IS HKItKHY:
OIVKN: That
( jell gin'ii ThoniHM F. Hiuun and Laura Belle bitter; it Joes't( gripe or cause TYPE OF BOND AND AT NOMINAL "Footloose Heiress"nn
in'awn. holder of 5-11 of Tax Cer-. i Irritation; It moves sluggish
;m ned when two buyers who have visited here recently stated I tiritarn No. 6tla:!, NHued the 7th day bow-I COST.
:
:
leIs 11 and herlil.ui
of .lulv, A.: l O. mill. has filed,. name, easily thoroughly.
1 that the local gin is turning out the best!' cotton they have seen I In inv off.e and had made. applica I I Rexall Orderlies at the RexallStorellItchell's
tion for a tat. tleed tti be InHued HAROLD C.
WALL WED. THIIIIS. SEI'T. 22-2J
|
s AGENCY ,
anywhere in the state. Prices for ginning are the same hereas thereott Said certificate. enihiaceNthe Drug Store In ,

is .t /y 1 anywher.e else and the [price paid to the grower will be, the folluamg I'liuiity, of deHtilbed hiatlfuru." ,. urttperty!State, of In ,I Starke. -Adv. Exery Branch of INSURANCE "Wild & \V oaly"

j Flnridn, 'to-wlt : June \t 11111"
j practically standardized insuring that he will receive as much I Nil tli.,act i+:llntter" of Nnuthweet(2loltlxi ''A. D r!>J7 at the tlty hull In Ktinke, "
1 .\< SoiilheiiKt Quarter, of iiit I 7to::: C .o'clock: : M: .M. will/ hear .from" _._
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p here for his product as: in any other market i A r.l'1I1N, .'M ijiiftiler' AT south-half F-ui-ii OWIIHT oi airenrM. at Ileelre -
i, of iMlieut' 1 tjuailfr of NoithM to .iippi-ar" mill file complaint. an to I
A has little \\ "* IJllill ttr of SM,'fan ;M ) (the \iilmitlon. MM fixed. hy the Meld
who LOU
foresight will
t grower not patronize his Township. 7 Smith. Uaniru 2Z 'lloiilil... of I:yaM lifter and hear any II f -HIGjjyGJjTS ;
'R E
,: 1, / li own industries and\ do everything; i in his power to build up the or llaj-I:, |(IHMThf '<*."I,to lungg 1 li u0 1 uritfM., molt, lit' *.I1..nVh hnnnl: Hoe valuation. lnultl I _. .rM _t;R""mow'

community in which he lives. The late 1 iiM. ..fHMin'iit ttf the. MIIid 1 proper" I All NXVl of JlKl' lyinM V nf ,Cull
Hetty Green one ty uinlfr. *110" cold, ,-.rtlf( uHtf INeurdIVIN l StV... of 'until end. !K: of I'hincli. Mt.S. rJ
''I ",' time richest woman in the world had faults but. it is I In the imiiiu. of I Jluc.k At Ih'k.I.nl. the following t1t>H.>rfl>**.il plep es nf. INSJcr t.rAsTC4
many .
fronting
sM .ld < ti'tifluuri shall ,IIH irdeemed mi C'liurih St I!.
l: said that she recognized the one important principle that uc< til. dlriK la l ,law,, the t propvi 1 l'I..n.v. house,. MTM M.itllda.. f....' QF'THE
; } tV' di Nt1 Ilit'i I ) Inserts, will Lit* HoMtn Iliinif., The Kpl;( t v she should spend her in the thv lilnlient Milder tit the 1'arftrina ,1 V. Itno..r Mom. ,* end l k
in mint
\ money community which she '
In.m.xidour. un. HIM (rI,let. Monday tn (1.I ;M Sl 1 trunlc Home. 28-8-22 Qulffliy A/.e.
had earned! it. Good business: :! woman that she was, she realized the "ntuntIi, |i ttf .Suvf inlit-r, lii.17, whh'h I 1':'loot Ian'IN $2;mi() no to $soon ,nu ,
is the let day of NuvtHitlmr., I'.t.lT inrlatnnl I'.t' I Aulol 3. 5. 7 of lilk 2fl.\

that the bCIt'a: to. be sure of continuing to make money : r!>.I 1.,1!7MH'i'UMAi. this ytli day of September.. S hell' P..lr..I..1II Town. i
was to do everything possible:! to prosper the community I. HIvr" ,> : ti.ooo 00.LIock.
31 fin <*xtf>ndetl
"1..t TMO.MAS.; 1 nn IHiiHi>y 7l/b
from which she was drawing; her income. I Clerk" of (4'iriuit' ('..ui. .t of Alrtp. Mlwlnnl, Town nf Stork R 7rf t, 1r,:,', U
21 \ :2 .
l I I llruHfuril County KtuHtl.i. I .,- iiuir) 'refining c.. n.ulI"lO")

t This principle worked" \ the case of Hetty Green and it i>-i76t.ioiaM I I. I l.i.t.S.INIO(R 01). 7 ut Ilock] 34 .I M Johns .oRAGO' ,'. ;

,\ ill work with others. Do >l'lll.: \HII--ltH: MM'KK" : Ail.tillin. to. Storks. i22: O. 1., : .
everything to build .
Anders
you call up OP M.K: $1001)0( In $11111101)+ ")
i j your community and it in turn will build N"t lee. IH hereby ffiveti, shut uixlvrHii Tlllliv,bats. &I I. 2 "f lilork, 3. l.lvlnitxton. ny
you.r | ..l In at'i'oi. dance\ with (llmt frrtnlni I'/M AdIII Inn In Slntkr' Mfr5'B1 ,
r -o-- .i flnitl decree of furerlosurx. unit .alueasier 28-Q-22, .. H" I I.. ):'.oWIII.-!', $4001)1)) ) t" _
.*fl l I.v 1DII./ |I1.| 14 Sebting a.. i 1.251) 110l.otM .
YESTERDAY'S LUXURIES ARE COMMONPLACE:( : :\ TODAY JU,.|K* oi' thin I'lmilt. (L'fMJit 1 rif Hiadfoi R. n,. 10 rif hluik I 11. TcmpleMililill.in / la re
\
,. i| t'oti' uty 1"lo'I.lu.i In Cham. I. starkv In NK'"; of SW'i'
try. k \Vla, of :.Vii; \\' of llv. JH-
In that ct-italn -22. A. .
Poser |ftiilliiir tn HIIU! .
We are now preparing material for the sixtieth anniversary 11'mirl i t wlii'ifln. M A. Smith a. Llttl-| II. lirrt-11..; $J.4..IIJ.,(" to $1.001)00. .., rl a 1ci\
ilaior. bur 1I"lIdl..1, ( "'""I1l) I tan It, n f..5 II II, 7 of lilitck 14 Tennl"e' | | : '
edition of the Telegraph which will be celebrated t-oi. .ptiriii, tort IM pbilhlirr amt. K. J. AiUlillfin to Ktuiko. In NK'i; : of N\Vi ( !
early v U ".f NIP; Wof |11'0'
Jou Iliuf I IH.: Al. are ,ilolViHtuni. ," ., t1.H22.1- ,
in Xo\ ember. In order to L'afttf So. iff'i the umlurHljciitfil brit" 1I''lI1an.' I $*flnno to 1.200 no i
true
get a picture of the times Spe-i .
,
way cm,1! ;.Matter. l It.v Meld|.| .1.l ...te" appointed. miIit i'nrn lOt \i: >r nf cn &
back when the '' ulll veil lu lie Pronclway Mtn & run ?f on. Hioiulway'' I
Telegraph first liltfht-Ht bidder for
was established : .
have been
we S.... li, th' hunt of I'h.( tooth. front, I I I. .' ...11 h. I u.. ltd t tiu f I tu I 'III1-t | 't. tljp +'1. r'
dusting off ,* \\ '111' ff to beg. Z<-tl-2.' J..k.J. I 1 1t
our oldest files and unearthing !some: of the most ii .
I interesting news of that period. legs( IIOIIIM itf nulloil. M"ndit)', Ur.Luber oil fti. rvrMonnl" $1000 ,-
00 to $I.500.UO.()(!
l 411)( ) A. P. 11U7\ : tlict follow Innpi .
1 fiiilnei, Kiult, ( iirow I, >*iM I ICxpreHH. 1''''rxotnl
It is gratifying to see how much Starke has progl'e8sNIsince Ahuhiui CuumlHH Hittialtf ,In KlorlilM.Bradford and I:1:I no to $100( .oo.t'l !
to-wit: (
the days of its N of A'K4: and SVV i f NKUnml : I Hlrtl 'IVI-MIHI'll. & I'Hilt, ,'0. tVrooiiiil t.sl
infancy and although its progress: might ,:;j Wj; of NV\'>/4 and,t NUt, of, IIrt.'on ii "fIlUOM'nn.o.1 ,
seem slow to ...Wh.I K.u .11. T 7 K. K 21 K.1'owMivr :. nil Co. IvrManitl $1...
us at times: it is: none the I less steady and in the :; with \\1"the| teiiviiientM. 3S4 71 to $2,90i.00..
I Shtfll" tVtiolHiiin" I'oip. IVmonit
right direction. hartidltamttntH It" il I
antfMK. appurtvn* $HIIO.oo to $''(>o noHoiullrin .
:. K. PiilltYMAX' !I .' llvll Telephone" & 1VI I...
In the Gay Nineties, as they are 'often called, the chief I AM Sflal| Master. In (Chancery, 6110.00.graph| l Co. rrrminal $4.11: HO to $1-1
KM<;iIT A" KNM1HTAttorneys ,
worries of Starke seem to have been keeping the good women fur plaintiff I N"ahoardIr Lln Hallway Ci>.

of the town from falling through holes in the old wooden sidewalks ) 9-17-41.10-1 ;Inv Track euck l }fnut118,21ro;: \l. 1 : rato to $24.ruil-.. .

I and keeping the hogs out of town. There was also quite MPF/111.: ".Y\I.F'r..:":. 10'1'I'K0I' I 7.H ooMlHtrunk. Feed Store. Pemonat I

NotU'V I.. t that (i/I.OO to '1.11..00. ReowN NIrIY
}l .a bit of dissatisfaction because Call Street had only four I and ,In 'turtlance irehy. given with that eerMn under -- ,,< \Vv, the tiiulerHlfn' l, do hereby. ,
1 4 ( finaI decree of fi'r clt and rvrllfy that the above end forvjcolntf pit I'NNnHLD NmrIAPQf4S
>iitir i .
lights to brighten its entire .
up length at night. Mule reudetwd' hv Hon.' H I*. rtrl.i,'Inir |I and IN, a true an l e.r rei't lint f>f the real I
a* Jud.ra of the Circuit Court of pereounl property .u..llaed by E cejrrraer
Nowadays we have sidewalks as smooth and substantial I..df..d. County Kloi Ida. tn .the rlty .-.U".II. Htllii. KM a Uuuld oftiualiavra.

as any town can boast of; we have a "white way" that isI I leery In saId.. In VMirt that, certain wherein. caimo At. A.. #l'IH'1 In,.. wltuiiH. whereof" w<* have here /'UIS P$

the envy of many much larger towns ; and the hogs as well a Itiiiik. Liquidator, M curpnraIhun.' for Bradford IM plaintiff. County and date by "h"'lh.above' ",til,*ntlnn.I.niir liuinetf and the .

6table A. Wainwrltfhc Ut. Al. .... .' \V I. WALL ; S Vid4SmGQ
.a.the cows are effectively excluded from the arc
city limits. But ffiiditnt, CuMe No. 654. th. under I chairman Cltv Council
I 1 today these conveniences are taken for granted and I ..lHrtit>d :101'lal| ( MttHter l Ioy mild. d*>. I AttMt Stark: "'lorld... p
we are rrre appointed. will Hell to the hlyh YI'CG80Y OJ='

I looking forward to bigger things yet a supervised play- I act South l bidder front for door casts of. In the front Uradforrt.of the CARL JOHNS fuy Clerk. I

't ground a new elementary school building..a farmers market Bounty : CixirthouM' a'ln' Htarke FlorIda TRAIN SCHEDULEOur ..MGK/C
,
during tile l > hum of elite schedule changes AprU 23th .
and others. on Mnntlav. I".t".r 4th A. D. 1937. '
and train will
j run as follows.
the fitllowlnir pivntlMHH" ( sale' *
If in Hiadfnrd. County Plf>rl what
we succeed
we advocate today as well as those \K': nf XV\, of SVV'
uf .Her, *-1"1 ., Among insects the DRAGON ?CO
} who came before us succeeded in what inI I Twp. 5 H K 23:: 10 contalnhiv No. I-Due Stark 11:31: P.M. FLY or explore and colonize Florida, VF.r.\ .
they went after '10 aired. mare, or IHMH.K No. IS- Due Staike 4-57 P.M. MOSQUITO HAWK stands supreme as assumes a prominent place in early .Fler i -
I: I K :
their day we may be sure that Bradford County will continueto I An HpHclul.. PKHIIYMAN.;MriHtt In Chancery' 1 I I No. 107-Due Starke 9:16: A.M. the speedster of the airways Some ida history. These expedition? wer?

grow and prosper: within bounds limited only\ )' the amount .KN'MIIIT\tii.rn; .*vM A for KXK1HT,plaintiff. I No. 191-Due Starke 10:39: P.M. species fly at the rate of 60 miles per among the very first colonization attempts '

of work we are willing to put forth to accomplish the desired! i I'-.|.I.lr10'lNotice. '-- Northbound hour. The sturdy wings are controlled north of Mexico. A colony was:

a q; 1t end. YI'I'It l1 '-ter t No.2-Due Starke &:00 A.M. by extremely powerful muscles which established near the present site of Pi1"sacola. -
I IM hereby given to' nil concernetl I No. IS--Due Starke 11:34: A.M., give the insect unusual swiftness and *"riiu
y en- but unsucce
that the city the %roject was
council of the .
tf v flty of Siarlce, Florida, mttlnaan a I No. 10 -,Due Starke 5:OO P.M. durance. Flies mosquitoes and gnatsare and the colonists returned to Mexico: in
; Hound of iiiiallrH, on AiiMunt 3lnt. ,I Stark and Wunitt Branch its favorite t tM I
;More twins born in Ireland I food and are caught and 1561. before
t I + are than anywhere else: in the ..t.. D liJli! lll.lilK the (ollilWllIK1.Itanfree So lot-Leaves Starke 7 :.INI A. at This was four years
III the eaten the ""
tax on
A.t null I wing. '
world. That'-\lo: the little Irish children will always have .n.. filed by the city tax axxeimnr for : V
't,, someone to throw bricks at. the l'!>17.cltv\;.council.111'" IK, will tlllther" at a Klvell meeting that tt> | Daily except Sunday In dispatching Guido de Labazaresand ceded to be the oldest surviving s*"* !

r i l"" .hold, un 'the 6th day or Ovtub r 1 T J. GRIF'IN Tristan de Luna on pxnedirionft to ment in the United States.





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