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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 24, 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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COTTON PRICETO HILL WILL AID 'I This BOILED little fellow -PEANUT SEASON ,NEAR END I HARD RAIN TO CELEBRATETELEGRAPH BRADFORD'SGAS


i who said> his
DISCUSSED IN FILINGREPORTSJODAY i name Is "Renzo": WILL OB-
BE ,Thomim, son of HURTS COTTON SERVE 60T11 ANNIVERSARY TAX INCOME
WITH DANCEOn
,, I Early Thomas of 1

TONIGHT i Heilbron Springs, 20 PERCENT its sixtieth birthday, which: NOT IN DANGER
'Is typical of the will roll around In a few weeks

I young salesmen now, the Telegraph wl" play
who swarm the host to Its many friends i(

Representative of Mayo's To lIe In Circuit I streets of StarkeIn Thirty Bales Ginned throughout Bradford County County Using ReceiptsIn ;"

Office to Speak At Court Clerk's August and To Date at Plant' and surrounding: counties also, Manner Prescribed ,
j September offerIng If they wish to come, with a gala

Court HouseLHEIIOUSES Office boiled pea- r HereTHOROUGH street dance on a, Saturday By Law "'.

I nuts to the publicat ri night ,the exact date of which -- .-

\\ : MAY HE LAW DOES NOT IMPOSE: five cents a !! DKYINCM : will be wet later S I.3S.-J.87; : l" E U HI O N T II '

BUILT I IN STATE NEW TAX ON EMPLOYERS, bag The average : IAY CUT I DAMAGE: J ; Of course there will be some DUE I1EKE.: ; LEE SAYS C
Southernerconsiders i modern dance music, but since

\V H. Hayes, from Commissioner Employers In Bradford 'ounty them a Although bright sunshine came the Telegraph la Retting along Bradford County's gasoline tax>

of Agriculture Nathan Mayo's will be given aid by Louis H. Hill, lellcucy and "just ... to the rescue Tuesday and Wednesday I' In years we want to give special funds to the tune of $4,58387 per

in Tallahassee, will speakat field adviser of the unemployment cnn't stop" when .. it wild unofficially estimated I attention to our older friend> at month are not endangered by r

office the courthouse here Friday compensation division of the Flor le once alai is that the heavy rains of lust week this time and time' will be plen- Complioller J. M. Lee's refusal to

September 24 ida Industrial commission, in fill- eating them. The ...... .,.....:...::..i-., '' und Monday will cut the cotton ty of old-time music for them payout money under special acts. "
night
Agent T K. McClane, Jr Ing in their blank liabilty reports, average Northerner "" :' '; .. ,I ctop about twenty percent In Bradford We are inteiested In gettingIn Regardless of what the court does I

said County yesterday that the visitor will required under unemployment com- I' used only ':, = :-:: and other Florida counties touch with Dome real old- about the comptroller's position, ,I j,

the subject of marketing pensation, it was announced here to peanuts parch- .. ... ...'.-. People who have been in the time "fiddlers" for this occasion the benefits accruing monthly wilt '
talk on ._ -
Island cotton. The possibilityof today by A J. Thomas, Clerk of' i ed to brittleness, Wate woods since Monday's downpour so If you know of one or continue, the comptroller pointedout

Sea eslablishing a bonded ware Circuit Court. Mr. Thomas states I'' usually spits out c : any that seldom has so much Water happen to be one yourself, we because he has not questioned '

in Ocala and Jacksonville\ that Mr. Hill will be at his officeall I his first boiled been seen standing< on the will appreciate your writing to the allocation nor the continuance

will house be discussed, which he Indicated day Friday, September 24. ones in disgust, .;., ground in this section. Previous the Telegraph now. of any pint of monthly contributions .

would mean an advance of "This law does not place a new pronouncing : : .\.4: rains had pretty well filled the by the State.
tax on employers," Mr. Hill said them "too soggy '). and the water that fell
ground
fifteen cents on the pound for Sea .' !:N; lie said he Is merely asking the
Island variety when speaking to Mr. Thomas, ''to eat." It's all A !W..".*,}. .' 'J Monday had nowhere to go and court to tell him which of several
"and la matter of taste e NEW TAXESMay
.
we are anxious to have left
was standing
Cotton now over the State is every- I' ; .1Ii,1<::" ,', : acts he will follow In those counties "
jelling for between twenty-four one know this. The law places a the old lady said >',", ..rl via'-- ._ s.:ir.-", Too much rain is one of the having cue or more special "
tax of 1,8 per cent on the pay rolls I as she etc.-- worst enemies that cotton has
and twenty-five cents per pound, ___ Benefit acts In addition to the original law. "
of employers for 1937 but this 1.8 nu ---- Besides beating out bolls and dirtying .
which many growers feel Is not There are 115 local I acts some
ample remuneration.In per cent can be deducted from the i WEEK-END up the low-growing cotton, counties having six and some acts

urging growers to attend the two per cent which was to be paidto BOY SCOUTS It might even cause seed to sproutIn BRADFORDC applying to five counties., making

meeting, Mr. McClane made the the federal government on pay 'MOST TOO QUIET the lint if weather continues quite a conglomeration.The .
rolls for this year. In other words, vvuim.
following statement: original amount alloled thin
it amounts to the Stateto I JAILOR SAYS ABSOLUTELY MeetTonight
"The marketing of Sea Island allowing Thirty bales have been turned : MEA-; county when the State "bought" Its ,

cotton has really become a problem receive ninety per cent of the l NOTHING DISTURBED out at the cooperative gin here SUItES EXPECTED: TO roads In 1931 was $$001,231 and ;I

this year. Buyers are paying tux rather than the entire amount PEACE TO FORM TROOP through Wednesday M. P. Ma- BRING STATE $400,000 every dime of this will be paid to t
going to the government and the ,
I theny, operator, urges growers to
twenty-four and twenty-five cents Jailor Ben Rowe said yesterdaythat the county by the State, according
per pound, which we feel is not State. receiving none of it In return one of the quietest week-ends thoroughly cure their cotton before Bradford County expects to gain to Comptroller Lee, regardless of

enough. This is true all over the "since I became Jailor, January 8" ACTI'ITIEVII.I. BE bringing It In to be ginned some additional revenue from the court decisions. If Lee is upheld, jl
"This two cent tax Is levied .
per
state, We think we can do some was. experienced), Friday Saturday Proper drying In"the sun will do new Florida general occupational the! money must be used first to .'
under title IX of the federal SPONSORED BY ROTARY -
thing to remedy this condition, ; so- and Sunday much* to cut down on the damage lio>nso tax law thnt becomes effec retire the bonds Issued to build the
cial security act on the pay rolls CLUB that has been done ruin he
,
for that reason we are urging youto of eight or more workers and Is According to Jailor Rowe, not a by Live October 1, and state official roads; any surplus being! availableto
meet at the court house, Sep- anticipate Increased! collections of the county commissioners solely -
rested duringthe
not concerned with title VIII of the single person was An organization meeting of
tember. 24, at eight o'clock: social security act which levies an week-end, and another surprising Staike Boy Scouts,will be held in says.SHERIFF from $250,000:': to $100,000.Tax for county road purposes If

"Mi Hayes will be here to talkto excise tax of one per cent on em- feature, he said, was that the American Legion Hall here at SAYSSlot Collector Carl I A, Knight, Lee Is reversed, other counties can -;'

us concerning the marketing of ployers and an Income tax of one j not a single visitor came to the 7:30: o'clock tonight ( Friday) it while unable to definitely estimatethe divert the money to salaries and '!

our cotton and also the possibilityof per cent on employees and appliesto ; Jail Saturday or Sunday. Mr Rowe was announced by Elmo R Struth, revenue by which Bradford other purposes Si'

establishing a bonded warehouseat every person or firm which em- Jsald that usually visitors. are con- who was appointed scoutmaster by Ban County will benefit, believed that When the full "purchase price of .'-

Ocala and Jacksonville where ploys one or more workers. istantly coming to the Jail, either the local Rotary Club when It the county will profit by u reasonable the loads" has been paid! the coun- .>
we can store our cotton and getan to for this amount from the new law. ty, the law provides that the '
"The liability report required by ( wanting to know If so-and-so was agreed sponsor a troop
advance of fifteen cents per the industrial commission must be in Jail, or if they might obtain a city ITO BE ENFORCED According to recent" press reports monthly payments-without a pen-
pound, which would be much bet- the tax law will\ raise fees on ny's rt'tluctlon--Rhall continue to l
filled in and returned to the unem- permit to visit a few minutes: with Along with Sttuth. T. Frank
ter than giving It away at twenty- some businesses, professions and be paid I for the benefit of the county -
ployment Landrum and \ Graham will
compensation division of so-and, so. It was different, how- ,V'11' i
four and I twenty-five cents per the commission before October 1. ever, this week-end. "In fact ali serve as iisslstnut scoutmasters for ,'OCTOBER: : I IS DEADLINE: l levy them on others for the first regardless of the court's decln'

pound. There will also be other The report will be an aid to both l i most too quiet and drowsy-like," the present.All FOR (;AMBLIN; i time sioii. if Lee In upheld, the money .Ii
Givernment men here to talk to /goes to I the State Road Depart- "
employers and the commission because he concluded. boys wishing to become ;I DEVICESNext : 1 : It contains more speclllc definitions

you, from it can be determined -- .A' _-- scouts should see one of the follow I i I than previous laws and State ment to be spent, ote7yIn thi
'f( 1\8 have time we Intend to 'county on roads on the first, second ,
whether the employer Is: liable for ing patrol leaders: Ralph Rhodes, Thursday marks the lead officials said the result would be a j
discuss ROTARIANSIN '
the proposition of making taxes for the first nine months of Tracy linker, Sam Simpson or : line for legal( operation of slot ma- greater rertahnty in collections I l und': third preferential| state <,
Bmdioid:: < \ County a Pure Sea Islam I'oul"ystt\ >ms. The law amply sife- :"
I chines in Florida to the |
1937, Mr. Hill concluded. CONTESTWINNERS Arch Thomas, Jr. Pinent-s desiring r according/ Occupational licenses Idol year
Cotton County The Florida I I, untl-Mkit law enacted by the 1937 I guards (this county against any of i
unemployment compensation to See thei! boys Join this great brought about $(0.000< into the
.. FISH FRY : mHfiun of | 'lit) share being spent( in other coun
GKT the state
law was passed: by the : ; ; Amt'tlc n oigani/nlion for making/ legislature. After Slulu's general operating/ tioasiuy. :
Restored 1937 that LOSERS TO PAY this time sheriffs and other law ties. If Lee I is: reversed, the coun- !:/
To Sanity Legislature so unemployed more und better future American Comptroller) J. M Ire appealed for
EXPENSESMembers 1 entorrement officials in the tate lies can, under special- (acts, divert ,i '
Odom. !Denmark was given a workers can draw benefits after citizens should encourage theirboys eaily payments this year to help( I .
1938 when become i are empowered to seize and. confiscate this money to nullities! or other j{
court older" restoring his status of : they unemployed of Club to tee one of the above patrol the State meet Its current obligations ;
sanity through no fault of their own. the Rotary leaders. Not only Is the Rotary, nil Blot machines found!, although on which It now Is some county expenses regardless of the ,(
following a here I
hearing contest
here began an attendance need for roads t Ji t
at present there !Is suit
--- -- -- --- of a 70.0OO behind with little
Club the formation the
before prospect
Ciicult Judge A. Z, Adkins Wednesday with the prize to be a packing The flow '
: 1 will continue until all
Thursday of last J. R. Kelly Vacationing troop but the American Legion us l-rlng brought In the state supreme of luilancing accounts In the next
week. Denmark, i In December at
| fish fry some time : court by slot operators to have the I thc roads of the three highway
who ; well Is 100 behind It. i several months.
formerly lived northeast of I J, R. Kelly, popular deputy clerk which the winning side will be percent 1 officers enjoined from seizing ma- systems In this county lire built 1 J

Starke had been confined for 110 Circuit Court Clerk A, J. Thomas guests of the unfortunate losers. I II i' Much interest has been shown. chines In storage or transit after The new license law covers virtually many yea is hence before any part 'i
abuut a year in veteran's Di. C J, Gay will give the first i every kind of business or
a hospital left Monday for a week's vacation i September 30. of it goes to the general mad fund ]
In Ceoigiu. Testimony was in South Florida. Mr Kelly I di-vided i' sixteen boys to pass the tender ; profession not specifically. covered .of the State where it can be spent i

heard from several of his acquaintances sold before leaving that he expect. captain of the "Blues" and Bill toot test their, tenderfoot budges I Sheriff A O. Andreu Bald Wed- I by other laws. It prohibits engaging only on State highways for the ':'

who stated that he seems ed to do some "tall fishing" In Graham captain of the "Golds" So free. Dr M. B, Herlnng Is build- nesday that "the law will be enforced In "any business, profession or benefit of all counties. .

perfectly f sane at the present time. Southern waters during the week. I ing a camp and lodge on Sante Fe to the letter In Bradford ,! occupation" for which an occupational i :.t .
shown In the -----.- I
interest -
much was County. Also Governor Fred \
lake and announced that It will be license Is required by It '
A WATERSPOUT SAVED LIFE I contest Wednesday that it is ex- at the disposal of, the scout troop Cone has signified that he would or other laws until the license Is Births

I OF pected that attendance lit the when ever they had occasion to use cooperate with the law enforcement I Mr and. Mrs. Calvin Glisaon, ,5
BRADFORD COUNTY MAN I I will almost officials paid.Each
meetings average in slot
banning
regular It. The cump it only fourteen milesor I ma county is authorized to Starke, girl September. '

.!'I 100 percent from. now on. fifteen miles from Starke. ,.chines. I I levy a license tax equal to fifty per Mr. and Mrs. Leman D. Crews, .;.

By H. E. LAGERGRENYes he could go home, and so that the 'I It was voted by the club that The scoutmaster sold the registration It could not be learned exactly: cent of the State levy. Starke, boy, September 19. "':"

"all Is well that ends well." water would not rise rlgh enoughto members who are absent from fee is fifty cents but that how many machines are licensed In I.

A little north of Guilford station wash away his dam. I I meetings In the future* will be! fin- I: no dues will be charged for the Bradford County but a safe esti- I .JUDYCANOVAGIVES COLUMNIST.11

) on the Southern railway (at But there was no let-up and he ed fifty cents. No allowance will first several weeks.! When a group mate of at least fifty has been INSIDE DOPE ON HERSELF

the time of this narrative in Brad- law that he would have to remain be made for any excuse.I had eight tenderfoot scouts a charter : made. According to the law If. ,II

ford County) runs Cwlft creek, In the: mill house over night, as the I I from the national otguninatluni these machines, are found after --

westerly toward the Oluatee. Soon high water all around him kept j I SEVEN'TYFIVEI un be obtained. "I expect to be I 1 September 30, whether or not they | Staike folks are naturally Interested -they studied at the Cincinnati

after leaving its source It has widened -, him marooned. He must eat. | able to semi. frit the charter .Satur ale In operation, they are liable i In following every step In the Conservatory of Music. But none

out to form an extensive There were meal and water In pll'n-I GET PENSIONS day morning after the meeting," for confiscation. It Is upon these j career of Judy Canova, who wall of 'em can call a hog.

aw amp, This was taken advan- ty. also an old stove and a ftymg I I :Mr Stiuth said grounds the operators, the persons| bOlD In our midst twenty years They lived In Jacksonville Fl.i.f

tage of by someone, who threw a pan, but neither salt nor lard to II WILL PROBABLY RECEIVE The success of the trooping depends ,>r persons owning the machines, ago' and since that time has' succeeded where they father, now dead, wa-i

dani across the west end of the Into a corn pone. I CHECKS ABOUTSeventyfive upon the boys who form it. There lire bringing suit. They seek to in molding herself Into one an architect and cotton broker.
I
wimp, near the railway, convert- would have to bake one, and he woe SEPT 25 is no belter organization for mak establish property rights wherein ,}f America's foremost comediennes He had quite a l lot o< money, but

l"g It into a mill pond; and a millhouse just about to get up and hunt his for old better health, better minds they may dispose of the machines of stage, radio\ and. movies. lost most of It because he kept

with a small turbine for lantern, when his attention was ,' applications In better murals and better citizens J in a profitable way after It Is no The following article, giving buying farms and didn't know

power, was built by the dam. Jrawn toward a queer phenomenon. age assistance were approved month of than the Boy Scouts of longer legal to operate them In this nome Interesting sidelights on Judy anything about farming. Their
the
Bradford County for state. and the
rest of
the Canova
Uiny year ago this mill was For In the pond, but a long family, mother is of English descent butwas
according to an an- .. ,
.
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September -- written Paul
VACANCIES -- - was by Harrison
run by a popular elderly man named distance away a white mist appeared nouncement this week by Miss Ger- CCC I NEA staff in Hol- a real southern belle with all
Coni- Saturday was his busy over the tree tops, and rays director of District I Use More Fertilizer correspondent the gentle social accomplishments'
trude Heerlng, Our
OCCUREXACT lywood. only objection to the
day. One Saturday morning he left of phosphorescent light emanated Five Checks will arrive on or Fertilizer consumption stepped Is that Including mandolintinkling.Their < .
Mr. Harrison
story
his home for the mill, bringing his from it. The thing became plainer about September 25, it was said. QUOTA FOR Mp in the county during August have told the world that might Judy father was Spanish, and ;i

jn'dday' J lunch along. Many cus- every moment and he felt gentle There are now pending In the BRADFORD NOT when twenty tons more was used first saw the light of day In their family name really la Canova. -

low tomen came, but the grinding was pufts of wind. Then he suddenly state as,noo applications, which cl KNOWNIt than during month of July. Accord- 3taike, Fla., but that Is a minor .. But their first names are not +

the on account of law water In heard a terrifying roar close by, C. Codrlngton; :State Welfare Commissioner was learned Wednesday from ing to figures released by Depart- point and makes the following ar- Judy, Anne and Zeke. They'reJulietta
pond. Mr. Cone prayed for something cold and wet smacked about ment of Agriculture Inspection Bu Anna and Leo. A second
will require
says the local welfare office that an- ticle none the less Interesting to'
rain' ,
and not In vain. Ills jaw and knocked him off his reau. July's consumption was brother
who
Is their
six> months to pass on. other CCC enrollment will take Judy a friends i heretHOLLYWOOD'For! manager, Li i
About 1 p, m. a cloud as black seat, and a strong gust of wind twenty-five tons as compared with called Pete. But his real name I I.t
time which elapses on the first of October. Mrs,
Much of the place
ink
arose In the south, and rapIdly closed the window-shutter with a 1 August total of fotty-five. Gaso- Harry
between the filing of an applicationand Edward: Burns welfare! worker, all their
spread( over the sky. Those bang. line dropped during the month of
the placing of a name on the said that while the quota pto- slngin' and their carcyin'! on, those But Soon Would Be
"wtomers who had not been The state of the miller's feelings August 2,017 gallons under the to-
yet
the necessity, for would not be as large as 7::; novns- -Judy, Anne and 1 Zeke
"nail, hastened homeward ahead it the time might be Interpreted In payroll Is due to bably tal sales of July when 65,106 were Judy, 20. and the youngest, M
of proof as first a large from are Just a bunch of slickers the
Of the assembling the type expected group city star That's because she can
threatened deluge, Intending I If feient ways, and he might have 4old Sale of kerosene during Aug.
to will be accepted Biad/ord County will perhaps' be New York night clubs, the
as IZeg- sing, act, dance
to and residence and make funny
come back for their grist the 3iiid 0 Lawd. or, as the fate of age Jilt was just three gallons less than x
of the Social enrolled\ feld Follies, the radio with the faces
fulln\ auditors : She always wanted to act
wlng Monday, and soon Mr his dam was in his thoughts, he by In July, when the sales mark I ,
Cone ; Board, Mr, Codrlngtondeclared. The reason for the smaller number urbane Mr. Whlteman and now but it was a teacher I In
was left alone in the mill. may have said "dammit!" Anyway Security .eached 8,O.r:>:5, the report said I primary
The nun : A periodic check on all of vacancies Is that all boys .. Hollywood! Who said hillbillies? I school who brought the* Idea Into
began to fall like a cloudburst with a panting heart he got -- ----
case Is 1> made by federal auditors now in CCC camps are allowed to Oh, they've been around the (Ol'lIlI. Judy was H wild little cutup -
though with no wind. This up, found his lantern and lightedit "The Country Cousin"The
Pease,1! the The object that had knocked and< federal. funds are disallowed enroll for another six months If Tiountain duiing summer vacations and the teacher would. reprimand
wruniy miller, and he Indus- on cases which do not meet re- they HO It-Hire. But hereafter; It Hrooker P. T A. will spon- from school.! They've colcctfd her by saying, "You're not d
ground him over was found to be a six-
,
feck of on until the at -jiiliementJi was I learned, the limit one may remain or a play, "The Country Cousin," the songs. and speech of the In vaudeville!''
meal pound buss, now flopping on the ,
'ahut, ,, was bagged. That Old Assistance payments In the CCC will be two years jt the Brooker school Friday night, back-country folks -and have read "So pretty soon," recalled rudy,
floor together with another fish of Age
p m He became hun-
tn lift from approximately $125-: and thus the number of vacancieswill October 1. The quilt that the or .hat Krskine Caldwell had to say "I kind of took It for granted that
he had the same size. He heard a squawking lumped .
Iak', 10 given away his more than be larger In the future ganization has been selling tickets ibout those same people some day I really would be la
to
slightly
in
: a of and fluttering in a corner and 000 July
couPle He sat
't' boys. I 7'0.000 in August, the Commissioner All boys In Brudt'ord" County ',n fur the punt few months will That Judy when she Isn't vaudeville.
y the there. $1
I I"; "* 8asr>less window that tound a fine wild turkey said and Indications are inhlng to he eligible for the CCC: '*> given away at this time. A downing she's a coloratura so- "1 did a little radio work wh a

Yep On toward the pond. The rain Now he could have fish for supContluuert i :hat September payments will be I' enrollment should apply Wednes-'i :mall admission wil be charged a! .,rano who studies with Lawrence
incessantly I '
"1 and Mr. Cone at the welfare office the door, Tibbett's teacher. Zeke and Anne Continued On
w'! I u would stop soon, so that ( On Page Eight) I In execs' of :00,000.:: lay Page Eight) r

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It i PAGE TWO BBADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. ftORIDA .. RmAY. SEPTKMu: .,
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;! I ',1 South front door of the Bradford The new moon, f we know it, The Bull -
Moose
\ i Jacksonville spent Sunday here 38471 to U.800.00.
{ BROOKER pant
HIGHLAND FlorIda -
Personal County Courlliouxe" In Blarke Is about two old. A
shell Petroleum Corp. really days Its name
., .I. with relatives. > durlnir the lettal hour of al5 from the reni.rk. InI';
$600.00 to $980.00.Southern
,1.J Minn, :M. E.': Crexvn Julnej Correspondent l>. 1HJ7. true la visible during
; Corirnpondent' IIIM041'1''' Miss Jackie McKenzie left Tues Hell Telephone, & Tr1egt'ihlt on Mondav. October 4th A. new moon only Theodore Roosevelt bj
.1.1 $1,' the following' : preml"e" situate' In of the felt
Personal $431.00 to an eclipse sun. as a bull d8 tit
'" day for her home In Ft. Pierce after BOO,00. 10. Bradford I County Florida .to-wIt.: moose.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Norman and H. P. and daughter, of Sec. 22
I Mrs. Gaiiney spending several weeks here Seaboard Air Line Railway Co. NhH, of NW"' Of SWV '
Miss Cleo Norman of Nimmo and Mrs. R. B. Raulerson Track valuation I and rato roll- Twp 5 22 K containingID rorl'I09: "PPi.iC'I'IOv : It.
4 Eva Fay. pro fl.1 'I
\04'11
Baird. FOIl T \X I>FFIIVenxte : : hlIi:, ,
with her mother, Mrs. S. M. In K Block fiom 116.217 I .00 to $26- acre, more, or I.H. \OI'l4,
i .ppcnt the week-end here with relatives. and children were visiting in Lake 734 00. i':. K. ;IHYlAN. ( Bill No. IlktlNOTICK OF .\1:
.lF In CliaiiceryKNUIHT IS HKBKBY": OIVI' N. That NotIce In
: for. Personal Ax heiehv
of the SlHtrunk
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; .11 Butler Friday as guests F..dtorl. Foster, Shi Smith holder of Tax Certificate and In '
iiccoiduitpp"
i Twin (: & KNIUHTAtioineyn ".(..
lh'f $750 00 to u ,
I .000.00. "
Mra J, B. Carothers of Jackson mer's daughter, Mrs. R. W. Bran- of Brooker We. the unilernlnned, do hereby I for plulntlrc No. :3.16 Issued the 4th day tain I final I d..I..., ,"r ,1 > :t,
E. C. was
Long of A. 1.>. has filed Male
July. rendered
and! -17-81-10-1 192 Cainein bv H,
vllle visited her sister Mrs. Ruth accompanied home certify I that the' above foregoing \
were '
!
nen. They office made as .1 11155 ,, \dit':
application f
J greatly surprised Sunday morningto U a true und, coned lint of the realand my .nd hlB n hi.- ,
f. Marr, here Saturday. by Miss Vera Gainey who had by : OF > for tax deed to be Issued Bradford Countv ft .
equalised .PI..I.I\ .
find that his mUch the "personal 1 :0'1'1. ; ', .
cow .was >'11) ) ( 'i't \ : thereon Said "-" embraces eery. In, that hu:
boaid of.qul.IIr.
J .) E. B. Grlffls left Friday for his spent the week with her sister. mother of twin calves. Yesterdayboth the city .ounl'l lne a. I loennle Hill ",,* I'W the following "' "lteat.. l>n" rlY In I In sit Id Con,it is- tr I ';': in,

i home at Ft. Lauderdale after Miss Louise Webb and Mrs. Lu- I whereof we have hereby NOTICi 11 IIKUKHY (IIMIN. That the I'.ni' of Bradford, State of Land Bank of 4' '.4fn
calves were reported "doing wln"H" and theil.ile L A. Itrow holder of Tax,C..I.trl. ,- I and S. II. Thompsoi,. ''- .,il f'
I several' here with his and children of Jacksonville I our silt uses to.wl i
upending days cile Baxter '
: I fine." .above cats No KB. Issued the 2nd., I of North r.nl.nl.. Case x,, tt

fj ;i parents! Mr. und Mrs. J. W. Gilffl" spent Sunday here with XV. I..m.ntl.n.d.WALL.Chaiiman N"I""h.r.( A. D 1035 him filed "amIn Nnrtl..u.t.lart..r w".t Qllrl.r ..'.tO' 17Township MIKn. Special, M,, dir
Mr. and I Cltv m orrh. and him n"d., application 7 South 22 cure appolniid( I will i I I : ;' 4,
their respective parents Councl ) deed to It* luiiuedthereon est bidder for ''fh
f NOT AMBITIONWe Sharks, Florida BIHt.: 40 Ac-rex, more cnxh .
Q t' '1 Mr and Mrs. Owen Marr of Mrs. W. D. Webb and Mr. and Mrs. ESO.-OI Attest: Said, certificate embrucex or loan. ,t.llln8 South front door 'u ", ti.
were talking to a local business the followinudeBcrlbed I property In County I'oil"VI hous I lr"i'' "
CAHI. JOHNS City Clerk ''I,, 4' ,
Nlms Sunday here with his Wade Harrell. ; The assessment of the Habl
i spent prop Ida
$; the County, of Uradford. State of dlirliiK the I..RII, i ,Fit,
other who
the
em.ploys.
man day under the said certificate. Issued
f ::4 'p brother. J. T. Marr. Brooker Is represented at the 'considerable help. "One of >o'rU''l 0*T\V' APPI.K'IIKK\)TIOV "'Inrld.Lots to-wi. Twelve: of Block erlv wan In I the .amiof Harvey nn the Monday.folluwinK I I Oclohei hId" .,li,i 'I'' ii I;':

''J5 I Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Prescott of Florida this semesterby Section 8 Pan ford Bradford' ,1' itt",
University most Illll No. IH.lt: ''w.nly.rd Ilty. Count I) |1"1",0"| "
the difficulties I meet with ,
I 1 ', t and baby were visitors to Sturke several Among those are up f".t. (JIVK.V. That Township 7 SOl I Uang-e 20 Unless said certificate eh.1 be redeemed Lom 62 and 6J ,.f H. J"
boya often" he said "is finding people I IOTIIJ Johns, holder of I FnRtThe aC"O'dlnl to Il. .h. property 6 S. K 22 i I': Hitd, loi,"" xT"'
I Friday. Art ford Brown Wlnfred Hazen. W. with sufficient about Tax I..onard Certificate Thorntol No. :)J66. Uxued the 'aB.e.mont of the ".Id prop- to ''WI'. 5 S It 22 |1.3 ," '

i Miss Ethel Ricks and C. M. Grif- T. Weeks Albert Lee Crosby. Bar enterprise 8th of A. l>. 192H, haH 1 arty under the said e..rtfcal. Issued the hlKliest bidder at the courthouse plat .r XXoodlaui, ', i ",1'11"'
them to learn anything about the filed cay ." AUAu.l. offIce and has : wax In the name, d..r on the first Monday In PH 50 I of 1'111 R"ok ,.t.. ,'
ii 'u: fill were In Starke Wednesday and Fred the month of October 1937. which "*'
Mattox Ovid Lewis tax deed to I'nlexa Kald be redeemed er with Its tenemen ,
ney made application I for a .hal
..lfcol. l'i
business. attitude of ,
The many In the 4th day of 1937 I
-J Miss Ollie\ Mare of Staike visited Shaw. to be Issued therenn. Said certificate ,',' ,, property Iktoh.r. ntenm and tu ltliil Vt t'flt I.
seems to be to find out as little embraced the described described I therein will be old Dated thin 28th day of August the renls' ailil' :""'fllt, .: !"4MAW'I'S
i relatives here rolowlng ,
k Sunday.Mr. V/e are sorry to report the absence as possible about the business and property In the e.unl Bradford to the hIghest bidder a til. courthouse :' 19't7 OFFICIAL: SEAL) 'F BKlin'v,\
c and Mrs. Elbert Thornton State of Florida to-wlt: door' on the fIrst Iond.) In' ( I'NIMr Special' Mnslei' I II, ',
it ; t of one of the teachers of accept little responsibility as Went Half of South-Went Quarter the month of October 1937. !I' A. J THOMAS. & :KNK1IIT! .,
and children returned to their a
j 4th. of October, 1937. Cleric of Circuit Court, of A .
Smoker Junior High School at this Such Increase of North-XXeot Quarter-of the day .VJ'.4l'0.f0r? l> 111" '
possible. persons never Hated' thin 3rd day of September, Btadfoid County FloildaI.351101 |
Fi 2 ? 'f home here Wednesday after an extended Section 36, Township 7 South ,
writing. Mrs. Agnes Knowles is in value to the firm. 1937.
Theyare llaiiKe 22 Rait: containing 20
1t visit with relatives atBlackshear.
of the illness of her (OFFICIAL, SKAT NO'l'III
absent because never worth more than their "f'r"1 more or I. 0. 1'1'1" \
A. J. THOMAS) \ OF "I'PI.U'\'IO' 11.1"I.1 \
Gn. The assesslnent of the "alii property \1'1'1' 'I't .
' husband. starting wage. I had a boy workIng tinder the said certificate IBBU- Clerk of Circuit Court of T \ \ I>KKI: > II IliI
i ,$ Mr. and Mrs. James Cox of Haw Bradford, (ente mil ]\ tnll: ..n.l. 'u :
OU'.lara.I'lllexB : County Ill
ed wa In name cit C. Ilal
.
S 4 $ 44 thorne visited their daughter Miss Earnest Morgan spent Sunday in my store as an errand boy. '.Id lie ce.llflcule .hal L be redeemetl 9-3-51-10-1 I.'lorl/I. NOTICK IS HKHKBV, fl\'I'I. That J.:.NOTICI.3 O. >IIII'H'; : : r'''
of his mother I In he knew I. II.! Powell holder of 11..1. hnl.t
't 1 here as the guest three months every oocoidliin to propel T. cate' No. B
. a Kathleen Hardee l here Wednesday! I ty described will be, old toI :O'I'IhOil' APrl.'IO' cate No 36,1 Issued the h day ofSeIIelliiler 1 t I
t Mrs. Jessie' Wilson. item of merchandise on my shelves t.r.11 house I"9h1r \ : A. U 1132.: has filed September A 1 1). 11: .
H. Reid of Maxville, was a vis. I he hlnhent hl.I\'r n1 court "t":1 ..m. In office "
mv and'
and Its selling price though his dooi, Monday In the (Hennte Hill : i In my otrlc. and has (incite, I h.
on .
those from here who at. th. IflI "pVI..o.lion I lou for ,
itor In this section Among a tax d I. i
I
Sunday. mi.nth I of November. |1937. whUh I I. Nt ITt'h': IS HKItKRV: : 1':1.: That for, n tax deed to be I.Mu..d i
j.j': .. tended church services at Union work did not call for such a know 1- the List div of November, 1937. Mrx Irma I K \'Nt-th. (1. Tax I. thereon. Said ,...ltkll.I enibiiicenthe th..n. Il hi .', i '
; -- -- d"i.!
Heilbronn Saturday und Sunday edge. He Is valuable help to me. Hated thIs IS tIny of September 4 ,'lrlclt. 1139.! Issued the 7th I follow, i InK d"K"rlh.d I..f..ty' In i th. r"I"wIIK ,
LONG KKXIKXII5MC: near 1937.toKFICIAr.. clay .t A"lu.l. A. 11. 1933. has filed I the. I County of 1'odrorl. of Ilh. (oUlly .r lit. ii
f jI 11 I were Mr. und Mrs. G. W Ha. In contrast I had a woman bookkeeper ... SHALi Maine' i In < a a lid: hax :made application I II Florida, to-wit: I'lale '1 ''11,1 h-ha, to-vvlt If of..

k't : .\ Two more Pinelliis County slayers yen, E. J. Hazen. Mr and Mrs. H. 'I who worked in the store I A J. THOMAS, I I for Mil :tax.. deed to be. I IHBiiedIhileon : One A on I Ihe I n nlilM of the 12 ter.,.less Hond. Si\i iHhlp
t I Clerk, of cm, 'tilt I Court of I .rllknt. .mbrl"eM A trait of land fotme.rly ownedbv
4 J : asking", pardons from long sen P. Galney Miss Vera Gainey Mr. three years and didn't know the lIre,l fot'd, I'ounty. Klorldu.Mtl'KK Ihe follow I 'I lute .1'c'I..d< I I 1"01'' ') I' 'C 'iloodwlnn In NIif NEt-:' 8 South 71, liui, ,

: tences. Their cases will be but and Mrs. John demons and children difference between beans and rice. 9.17-rt.JO.15 the County, of U.I.dfo, < ofFlnridt. of SXXbounded"; ::: N by \X'm. Hull.: cOII.lnlll x

t two of many to be presented to the Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Melvin She never took the trouble to learn.It Ol* XI'I'I.IC XTIO\ Southeast' tu-w It Quarter: of N'ortbea South I bv HI.1 '"ol, J..lon. 22 21TtiwuMilp The a.H..m'.lt '
erly
j4' ( '1' board next month Let's hope the and children Mis. Alice Thomus wasn't In her line, she said. At 4".'OI t\\Illll T \,,.-:..:1:lNCIT1CK > \.r'.r flange of Section 22 Fast 17 Township, contalnII.H I leH.Ku4t.: c.ululnll'I I I Iou'i L acte, laura or Htied 11.I.r was In I hI th n.u.i n i iMelner ''I.

L pardon board remembers that it and daughter Lorraine B. F. Ha- the end of three years she wasn'tworth :.n.t.l HKIIKHY IIJ I I That : 40 Acres, Inure or I.HH. ,
> The assessment of the said I'nlesx Hald
owes a greater responsibility to the4'r zen and bon, Douglas and M. C. a dime more than her startIng Thomas R II'nwl. and Tnx Certificate"a Belle ert The). under aBHeBment the wild of the certificate said prop-In- under, the said certificate" pioperty Issued deemed accoidltiit' ceillfi I I i pi ,,.

1 public on the outside, than to those Howard.Mr. wage while the boy was worth 1"own." Issued the 7lh' day of August aued wax In the name of Unknown. was In t lie name of Ada Mack.1'nlesH eitj" desctllied. i thei'cli', I V I il"I'

14t.. I J 19.14 baa filed In I'ulesH said certificate be redeemed said ".rtrlcol.Khali be re.deemed the hlKhest bldilci', ., ,Ii. .
two or three times his > : '
whoHe misdeeds have put them behind starting ..m. .hol i the house' door I tin'
.
on fi
and Mrs. G. H. Hazen of mv nnd has m.ule applicationfor according I to law, th. property R"OI'd property \.'ju
4 the burs.-St. Petersburg wage. Some people are just so orte.deed be iMMiied thereon. dexcrlbed therein Hold clest'rlbed therein will be sold Ihe month of Oi'101" "' "h l,!
Ralford here Sundayas
were visiting to the bidder at the enisrIhetUsS IK 4th dav of
the followInic to the hlKheMt bidder at the courthouse hllh."t lie ti 417
Said certificate I embiiuex
lazy Is a pain to have them .
-t .
Times. I the first In this Urd da'
Monday
: -
guests of his parents Mr. and de i tilled In the County door on the first Monday In do" '?
around." Titusville Star-Advo 1..I'.ly, of the month of O'lol.r. lit.17. which I 1917: .
the month 1M37. which
of lirudford.' Stale cif I lo'I"o, to- O.ob.r.
Mrs. G. W. Hazen.
wit the 4th day 1937 the 4th day of October. 1937. (OFFICIAL SPA: !.)

During 1935 a total of 379,000 Mrs. Frances Kelley spent last cate. \\:' .ated thIs 1st, day n..toh.r.of September, listed this 2ttlh day. of .\lglel. A. J. TIKiXI! -
-.t.ltl| of Sit hwest Quarter 1137OFFICIAL: Clerk of "i I, -I
1937.
commercial and industrial enterprises week In Dukes as guest of her Enough timber was used In the ..tlon '1,1 TownshIp 7 l( SEAL) ( SEAL) Biadfold, 1 'out'"ii it V ,rh-\
.
ceased business l In the Unit- father Elder "Bob Dukes. construction of the San Francisco- I-iotitli.: I 80 llanife 22 Kaxt: !jet's.contalnIIIK Ol'FICIAr.. J. ThoMAS A. J. THOMAS. 93BtIOl.NOTHF
or
I acrtH. mote Clerk of Circuit Couit of
Clerk of Clrc-ull Court of
A ed States. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Baxter of Oakland bridge to build homes for The ..eHllelt. of the saId prop- Brudfoid, County, Florida. Bradford' County, Floilda., OF XIMM II II lllt>
-& ertv under .nhl ".rlt.t. IBBiied ti-3-.rt-lO-l 9.3-6t.10-l FOIl TAX Dl.UUOenale :

1 15.0 people. .wax In. the name <. : '. ( mil V 1 lilli

NOTICE tlei'ineil UnleSS, accord eam' e"lICcal..nai oe re- 'P|'.( ltl. MS'l'I-ft'C: 9iOiI'E OF' "PPI.I''I'IO, NOTICK is 11'J\: : t. :i Iit; .
propel
On the inner walls of lw. :o'ru'l FUll ,\. L. C. "
tie Arc de ly be '11,1to I OF : Rill ULIU fn., mta,,
d..crlh.d wil 1.'Lt f..nn. : 2.7 of Tux
Trlomphe Paris are Inscribed the the hlKhent I bidder lie con ithouse Notice Is given that under NiTU'tIs! IIKItiltV. : I; ( 10\" :N, That h..t.r..r itt iii t< \
li tA Not i.e l 1M hereby" given that the tot lowing described, I liindt, or HO much hereby : I..d the 7th d.n Au >
tI theivof ax wll be necessary tn pay the amount due for, taxes 10"1.,11 names of ninety-six of Napoleon'sgreatest door on the first Monday' In and i In nitordance with I t that certain FoHter' Shllmlh. holder of Tax Certificate MI.I>. I I11I.: : has filed in i\
,I- .i ..I, opposite( to the snl., '. together with cost of such .nl. and, SdvPrtiHlng. I ih" month I (.f Nnv..r.I UI.: ii hi hell final I .1 stIes of f""f'I..n'e,. and salerendered Issued the Till' day flee and has made \ t f>f.,
S I victories. IM the l 1"1 day of S."h..r. 1937. by Hon. A. /. Adklna aiJudice of AIIKIISI., A. I>. 1113. bus filed 01'1'I
t j j i be sold nt ', unitlou I on the 4th' d.iv nf I..tob"r. I 19.17. before the same tax deed to be iii
,. Court, I louse !.,.I"hl..r 11 "lo'Ie. the County of ,..,I"'d. Mate of Florida I Duted. thin tIlls d.,) of epteiiiber, of I lie circuit I Court of Bradford i In mv, office and has made application I certificate' I pnibiact'. I th nit,
t 'on.'e: 1037.itsh'FICIAL County Florida. In ('h.n'erv. for a tit x deed to be Issuedtheleon. described It -I I
-h., t..rIptlon T. R.'h' ., \1'1'1.1'0' property
1' A t out"Oil"
n.r SEAL In that ceilaln In Said I )
oit : cause pendlna- Mo.1 ( tMllhraceMthe until C'u'd. Male I of Fli
''lrl'"I'
L I lol 1,0 K W bv. -
j 70' : .
\ J. THoMAS,
f o
t Cnuit The Federal. follow i -I Ina ..
tn "
i 4. Hill >i>. 1 11:1: wh..ln : pro".ly Lots ThlltythieeThlrtvflve I
12t' :N & S In, SXX' Cor, of .nn.. I .
clerk Couit
of Cllclllt ofl'ndfo.lCounty.
t. L I'eek I'.ex Hill !TITr'N! is "I:I'I\: M Anderson u widow, Kt. Al. Floild, to.wit.: .
Tax .'t'i'tif- f'iorld" \\ nod Section
Kln. it.
bounded, ," S bv Madison, .. !ilI' 7-51-I 'iji\'
1 -- ;P. h.tV by Couit, St. oi.laInnl > h'" No. U'. ixxued I the 2ml day of ale j.r"n.l"ntH. ( ... No. H74, the undeiHlirued Southwest Quarter Southeast South, flange: 2J fa! nUinIna .
Tn..n ..f Slnrke In September A. l>. I Ir. hI. filed I name Special 10.1' by Hald decree Quarter \Vest One-fourth, ofSoutheast ; 40 A.reH. moleThe ,
I In my offke and' niiplli'il- ,: OK appointed ..I the hlttheni Quart of SoutheastQuaiter assessment ..r h.
-, NK' 21 6 23 C'lara, U rk 100! ,. O'U" PPIICTIr <>\ 'in p oerly ;
---- ---- bidder for nh front of or
"h2. the
I.ot 2 'fr 1 Blk 1 .T. M I lon. for, tax deed to be l 1..0 loll \ \ IIF.KU: Section 28 Township under the said i,,
t Addition to $ .' ..ui. Said t'c,I-'lrh.t.I .mhlf. (tpiinte Illll %.,. South front door of the Biudfoid. 7 Sou'III. Range 21 East, contalninir cd was In the iiami I i

,' J J.hn.In SIof:' SXX'i' II\k.._ 2* 8 23 ?M.irv, n, Mtloney: ____ 7S5 the folloulnjr I ".,' I i'I'I" I y .I 111. NOTICI3 IS HKIHMIV: : 'II\'I'I.IfIl ThatTbiin.UH County Courthouse In stat.ke Florida. I I, I fill acres more or less Uuiliter.I'll .
"I the lettal I hoiirx of he The uhsesment, of the suld .
I County of prop- less Hald .
ts ii Z'.j A K: of Itv In S\X' Corif h. r.radrord' State of V. Brow n.1 Belle "rlnl .rltol I r-
I<'b ,' 1"0 on Oi'tnber' 4th A. D 1D.I7.: city under" the Huld ceitlflcate. i I IsI .
i .111 < si.of! t SXX" < Bounded > a. to-\\ it : Hi'own, holderx of t-4 of CeltifIcnle deemed accoi'tl I. I h, pierty ''>
-, I N bv Johns "':".1 Half of Soiith-XX'ttxt Quarter I No. 271. iHsneil I the Bth. day of the r"lnwlll. plemtsex alt tints In I I sued W"1 In the name of I'. C. described tlteielt, I .1' I r,14'

It ,' hy fly S of Ad.1V. and, XV..t I 17'.I'\ or.t Jill)', A. I U. It20. hits filed nnme In 11"llr"I, Flotlda' to-vvlt: Ila ks the hlKhent lildder, i uhouse
E Luis 0.l.f.tl"of Blk Half rr ." I.1 Quarter, Sec. ill' y t.f I lee and h.lx made application i I ; M: >us of MI: 't, of sec. 21 I.hi less said Ceillflcate, I .hli I I be redeemed door on the fl I' M. jtiliir
3. i .I.. .1 M Johns, Addition I tion 1 14. Townnhlp I I South I 1111' for u tax deed 1 to be Issued :thereon: : TWI'. 5 S. II. 21 I':. contaIning. 30 ,I act'oldina I ; tn I..iv, I propeltv I the month of 0-lola', trdIx ,
% 20 I act' ex mole o.. !less: Together desdlbcul therein will soldto ""
1Y 'in Starke In SEV4 .. Iollolnlnl 1)7 "I''B ha Id i ettifliate embiaceH he follovvtnif I the Bit day of 4 Octolt ::7

I i 1 of SXX .Jt* a 2 -.r a. lloyd ______ ____ I IS 30 more or I. dene,!'Ibed properlv In the County and with tenements', h..rlt.m.nll, the highest bidder at the, courthouse "ol.d this 2'lld: d I., I1''!'"'
t -, t '- Lot R of Itlk I 14. Llvlmrxion. .Th. aHxeMiuent ..f the said prop of Dradfoid, state of Florida, to- uppurtenaiic "'.nd dooi on this first Mondav In i IPa.IH'f'ICIAL
and profits thereofMAKCfs I the month I of Oitober. 111.17. which I
:t Trubv & Co'x Ad* el ty Inl.r the fluid veitlfli-ate IXHIIed vIf I : SRAL1
*1. J JC dltlon, to Starke In Wi- wa In the name of Flunk Meln-, Not.th-lialf nf 1..uth"A.t Quarter F RII''NAs ( In the 4th day of .. 1017li.ltcd J. THOMAMclerk

,1 IS of MI'l:', _.21 8 22 0... .\. AiuU-rMon ____ I 1227 er. of Hnuthwevt' Qua.r, .lion 33 "special I Master tu Chancery.KVIIillT this 26th day of .Auxtiat of en', til in it
I'n ht'pis *nld I t ( & KMI1HT' ; 1917OFFICIAL: Sra,1 d trlili..
: Lots 1. cf till hIs, LlvliiRsto. .'.lrh..t. Minll I bn Township 7vSouth. flange 21Kaxt told 1 in
_;1 .:.. ','uhv & CO'" ,,1.,1, .iu'i'rd I 11" I. ., the proptllv f'ollllnill I I I, 20 n<'i irs, ,more orless. Attorneys for plaintiff ( SL'AL, ) 8-27.6t-P-2
-10-4t-10-l A. J. THOMAS.Cleik
Ion to Slailte' In .1..I..fl' II..11 I I wil I be Bold I .

I, AIII of NK'' ; ._. .__21 6 23 fnktiown _________ 1805 In I hIghest hlhl. I beouut, 1'lie iixHeHBment, of the strut 1 propIertv IN : of, Ciicult I Couit, ofBi.tdfold ''O'I'lf' 01PIM' .I' ITIIIX
Is. Lots 4. fi of lilk I II, Llv.l.iftstoii. hotiKe door on I Monday In. under the ..lit certificate, IB- Til' I.\MF OF THI3 STATE OFI I : Cuul.ty, 1.1"11., FOIl '1' X \ III I I It
r I !
a t Tr.iliv" Co'Addition I Hie month I of November I I la.17: ubUhl I sited wax I In I the name of ta"I"ol I f'I.OII'\ -3-61-10-1 Illll N,lS HID
r I lo Starke In the Int. thy of November. I Ill 1:17.: Tie A Timber Co !' It ; bv nfflilnvlt filed Inthat NOTtcn 4..n.t.is } : >ML. rh.

WI. of M'l I n. St 8 2 M M Morcrnn, ____u___ 1159 Duteri I his 2011. day of September, I'nlexH stilt' i'd-i Ifli-tits shall be. re.it'i''tilllig t leltain' I catme I In l'I"11 I I'ou.t'l I IIliadfoid I' NOIHF.: OF 'XPPI.IC VI'IONFOIl C. f'lemons HI'I1, T: "
I 10"7.I) County, I T \ IlKI.lllOenale : ;
'I I..t 4 of Itlk S. LicIng- fh..I, tr. luvv, I the pi ..- 1'I'hl. bolder, of J-2 of Tav
COM ((WI i ) ilexrrlbed. I I will I I I be mild ('cr9'' ei.tllled.' .lennln caHexenath. Illll i I S t,. :.lI '
t, ston, 'I''nl) Sl.lt-i lf'\.I\ j.rlY 11..ln ,I Ito 10:1 1 II. the lib' ""IU"
,. I'lalnllff, v. J. J. NOTICK" : I IS ,: : I.MIpl .
| | I, .NK1": 'rIIIM.\S. the hiKheBt, nt the cotti'thi.tlse 1..1'I".h. :I 1IEIH'IIVI'N.'rhll
L'k. I II. 1 ) liiix filed' i "
I"'I-In. I ,
> : I '(t'i'k, of Clu-iilt I Court of .. ; 'A. II (ileen h.II. .
.r 2$ 8 22 Trustees' tlooi" on t Ihe flint M.nt.; I. 1..r""I.nt1.n.1 11. r.l..r lrlV- 1" ( .It- flee ml has math
n 'i.'
,
I Ir..bytelan H"Ilfu,1" I I the month 1 of ,., I ': I aIts ed t" I I I Ih.t th. 1'>e-j,jintu I No. I ItJI. Issued the nib :
., Church ___ _______.- 1.88 l'0nly. 1.1011. Xov."I. 11':1. feiid.ut A. tax deed I to' be ISBUI oertlfitate 'a
resident or .AuKtist. II. .
? -245tIOjM u a or 1121. has .
Lot .f Blk i& all Blk 1 I 1 the hat d.iy IHJ7.li.ite.1 rl..d .m. "'
II.r. ( t'inbrac' -
1'
d t" I 1.2 of. Itlk SI & I t tliix I let it .r September, Country" InleowI to the Plaintiff.nnd I I I' In my sirrlc'and, has m.r. described 1
I 1. I l'l'Otidh'iYItritelfot i
I > that no peixon In the I tlon for" max( deed issuedthereon
IIIIOI': I.
tl"
I), ..' I I. 2. of l-ik It. l.lv- 11'l.tl' \ i nix 1937 1 1I tl. State ,.r w'Io"lhI..I.r
It ii'V,.ton. Trilby Cn'" 1'1)11 '1" % \ liir: :litXenale (OFFICIALiXL> Slata of FI.I.I... neivice of pcraolialprocess Said certificate embraces .. F
Illll \ IllllMlTfCM : i J. I hoot would "pei'Hon-l I I I the :I I 'I 3' iiithis t ,
ti i" .1'I.lon to Hlarke A. THOMAS. : ; I' : r.I"I( :WIK.tl"i{ St ToXX'oodlawn '
I r In NKi, of, : St 8 13 ', >i Ian I IS MKIiKln: : (1I \ 1'N.: That t I'lelk of 4 'h..ul ,',""'1 nfHiadfiird allv hind sii'd defendant I..r'State of ; I I
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=1':1 Trn.lp. I'.L.yh XX. II. ,I'.ta, IT It I Oltl.inircn.' : that I the defend- ,, to-w-lf: "I.1
: i'l Jr l"lo'hll. .
i holder of Tax I Floilda.
___ _______ 4 35 I County, R South.' Hn" n.I
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1.01. 3. 4 ,.r 'Hlk Sa, LlvItiarston. 'hurll Celtirlilite' Nit. mil). ,IMKIKM the I 711.. l 9'> I ant 11..lh.. appear to the zo"lhw..1 Quarter Io.th-, .
a I. Trubv" ft Co's div of A''''.'. A. O 10.1.1: has flU'd l.II-1 Bill of Complaint un the 4th of .n. J""I".r" Sotilhwest I I I tnlrlnl Ir acies" t of I rferty "
; I Sql,. h'itI.loi, tn, rttnrkaf name In mv iit.d ban '\nd. appllrution I PIM.IC\TIO\ Oct.b.a., otherwise' I d'rp"l I Ii I ter Section :2 Township I 6 I a..eH.n." ,

-. N.K":'. of xtji:' 21nik 0 22 .\. '1'. Paul _____ __ 8.43 I I I for orh. deed to l>. iKNUcd 1 'O'I'U'0'\ \ ItKF.UWennte : : !:i .. ,I 11 be entered aKll".t I !, ScLi.til, Ilat.Ke. 22 llast: contalnIIIH I win in under the the itnme. of lit '1'{ -
21, 22. Li v'illusion.' I h..I Said fertlflrate' I enthral, ,.' ( Illll 'e. IfIl I I I him for his r"llur. 1. appear; That I' : Aciex, more or Ie"". I Unless said celtlfl 1. ,.
Till I iO & Co's ,1.1"1.|. I lite rnln\111 I I I dexfl h ,'I Ibed in NOTU'i': IS IIKULOIIY: III.I : l'htat'l'htoinas I!' this Older, be published once u week The usHessmeiit of the .uld prop.eutS' I I deenu'd accordina-I IIP1erty
: 0"1)
the 1 for four confectit Ive weeks in thePrit.hfrrl i under the said i Ie-
nloii in Starke ; of ( F. H.ow" and i ..tfl..I. *'
"ty B".to.I. :1.1. I..u. described I "
II I I'Morld.l 1.1. County, Teleftrnph. a newfl-I till"d w'ua In the name of I I..r1 .
: holders
of NK', 2(1( 6 S3 Pi'i.yterian, I.-wl I'.loxvn of -I3 of Tax I| '
h' -- Tr".tppH to the hIghest I I
I'liurih ___ ________ Lolx, I I. 1 48 In Woodb.vvn N" I."u.d the 7th clay. of g.a"rll circulation, pub1,1 I't.lesM said. ('..rttkal. Hhall h. le- M .' )
3h.4' It"II. 163. house door the fl
on ,1,1
: I I In deemed i I
,, I.nt. 3.I I of Blk SI<). Llv.Illusion 5.8 Set; ,Ion I TnwiiMhlij, I fiSouth .r .JII A. I. I linn: has filed mime j I f.h"1 Ir.'Ho..t' County, .'Iorila. it t'I'It' ti I the propertv the month, of octobethe 5 I
Ttuby Co's HaliKe 22 1'I.t.: i',,"," Inlnif I In my offd has uppllcnItldll '1 ':" hln" and i, descllbed 1.r.l" wil be Bold .
,. ".d. 1 4th day of () lol '
t_ M;,) I .ohl Court lisle September' 2, to the highest he court ,
u e bldd.r
N"I.I''I.I"" to I"'k., 1 .. n.oi or .. fill II u ItlX d.,1 I. h. Issueithereon. ;I' Dated this 261 h. d"i *'lOb0''
.r l I .r .MI'/:' .24 8 23 Willie liobprt __ ____ The axxexment of.the Hall propel-. Said c"'lflcute ."br""e 111.: house door .n the first Monday In 19:1: ?.
Lots I. 2 or K'ij:' of GJ5 I Iv iimlvr I tint sa 1,1 ( .,.tlfh'lt.I lx"neil Ihe I I I i.I".d I Ii A. J. THOMAS the month of f.nb.r. I 1D37 which Is '
Ilk the r"lowlng \\.rol'I) clerk' of CourtBradford the 4th day of October, 1937. (OFFICIAL SFAIlA.
:IJ I Llv'I liiKsloii.I silts In I mime of \11 KIIBM tftevatf the .t"ty B.df"r. "IUI. of' l'h.,1 J. IA",
Hi Cos MUh.1)1)visIon to Floilda. to-vvlt : Iounl", Florida. (1'11.0 thin 30th diy of A."u.t. Clerk of CiicultBradford ri
sturke( of NI:'", or \KI-I: st 6 S3 Llllif KnuiKltirit .... .__. 860 l'II.HM, Bald ""Ill (' e shall he ,"Ih..tunrt.r. of Sonthwextjuiirtei I T .'HAII.. ,I.AI'nl'! (.'
N'<, of Lol, 2 of, nik 47. deemed n..lin.I t to luvv. I Ih. ,, I ( t & SoutheuBt (Juaitetof (OFFICIAL SRAL) 8875t24 '''!
l I .InifHton, .". Trubv & eity ii"'.," I ",'..I ii will I I I be Hold re'l \., I h west Cjnurter & Southhalfof U-3-St-lO-l: A J. THOMAS.Cleik .
: '0'. I'h. |"|"'1.1"n tnhlnike the hIghest bidder at the "0 I NoitheiiBt Quarter, of Nutth-I I of Ciicult ('fU.t, ofIliadfoid >0'rlf'.1.1'11'; I H lit

; :'", or M1V. 21Ixils 6 I Haael Wllll.ima$ ------- E55 houHt.* door on tlie flint Mondav, "eft Qnatter, F t. 2.: of Blk I. K. S. :the month of November, t!>37.vhlih Ttiwnfhip 7 South. Hang. 22 I 9-3-St-10-l ( Fon'r11.11. -''

Matthews I Addition toStark. Ix the Int day of November" 1917. I: h'it: se. C...II.IIlnK0 I i 5 I acres. mote ,.". Bill for Divorce Nfl'Tl'h':"I lll-iihlv: : ; 1: r\. T

In NXXt':, W of lulled thIs 201 h. day of N"II""bH. or I.M. HLIZABHTH JOODWI.V .NOTK'F. OF APrLU'O'I'IO. I. f'. C'lemonM unit ft": <'"" ,1
: St At S of .th. St 21 8 I f. S. M.Hh.wl ________ 3385 I 0:17.: 'I be ntxeftMment of the ..Id property I lefendant FOR 'r.\ DKI.IICteitDle : hold.rs of 4-3.1: of Tll, -.tl.'
l.nl. 1 lila 2 T>,tuples (OKKtCfAL' SML" > I under, (lie Hlid certificate' IBHUIM! IN NA.XIl: OF STATE OF Hill .. llf.ltNOTICK : No. I I li-win-d the lit h il liti '

Addition ,lo Stark In A. J. THOMAS.Cleik VVUB I lii I tlie, lilt' hiS of Itiu k & Hn.k. TiE -' .( : TiE, IS HERKBV ntvEI. That UHt. 19.. I). I 925. hiis Ple'l .!' n i',
NI':'-, of : W'V''. of I of i L'I'ell, I Com.t of CnleMH Bald tsl't lfli'a, I e Hhall i I be redeemed TO KLIKARKTI1 tlOOUWI.V, add r"HO A. If Oreen, holder of Tax offIce ti lid has nitriltIlitili,
NRi, W of Bv, SI 6 S3 MK*. (.I., Carter Estate 783S3 Piadfoid, County, ..I..ld.' aicordinir'I to laiv. i the es'.'t'- L'NICNOXXN. Celtlflcnte No. 2: Issued the 5th a lax deed 10 t. ,,," tiii'rtt-
,' All Itlk i0! Kx: Lots S. 9. '' tl-24-Gt-IO-2. erlv IHHI" i illied therein will I I be old I It appeal, r i inir front I I of Complaint day of Aiiirust. A. 1) 1929, has fled l'Ct't i tlec t I. ,!iIit'I ,;
I Templex Addition to to the lilHTlieBt, bidder al the courthiillBe filed nl ( same i in mv oft Ice and hits made H.ld I cIt-sen heI .I".t'."h"1, .it- i'nhiI'iv '
; H'lrk. I In, Ni':"", of NXVV NO'I'If F.: itooi. ,.. the first Mottd.iv, In I Court h..I.r.r.in and for Brutlfotd II .I'.I'cul, plication for a tax deed lo be Issued nit or Dradf"'d, Stiste c" 1,1, ,.I

iV .r S ,1'.t: fly 21 8 J. H Itltcll ___________ 42.30 N'.thi'tIs hereby given to all con I' t Iiit151)iI I ii of November, I 937' wlilthIB Florida, for ill I MI ice. tvhereln (it hilt th"'prn., Hold certificate embraces
.- I.. of Ilk 22. 'Templex. cerned I that the cltv f'Oln1 I of the the lr ,ypl.t.t November IM7! i iImteil I londwll Ix con.olulna.it. and Kllau- the tnlf\lnl described, propel, In wlt.t.: 4(1. 47 In Wnodlai'. St-i'Ii0 I
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Addition, Slnrke In div of I 'I ax a day of September. h.lh d.teod.'I. that Biadford Mate of ::10 Township 5 Soiilb "hilts' ; I
NI':' of NXX'I, A W. Of Mould of KiiuallxerH: I on August I 1117: the l"od'II over IInr Florida tu-wlt: coutalnlnx 20 'IorT' "I

Ni':1.V of fly ._ 21 e II ,'y"11 SIMriink __On ___ 3.45 ;.! A. II 111.17: made the foi ,, (oFTiciM. sr: xr.) I I of aice.1.1 und d.t.ndant place of .residence Is yearn NOUlh..1 Quarter of Nurtbeast less. ,
J.nt. I. 4. K. II. 7. 8. It. 12. chniiKex In th. tax axsessmeiit alMt'l A J TIIOMA1, I known and' that there no pei-Hon UI Quarter of Southwest (Quarter of ssiuenteflt of I lie ."J, nrf
I ,,3. 14 of Blk 24. 1''inples.AIIItIon rl..1 l>v ,. city tax assessor Cleik of Circuit Court. of In the State of Floilda" .the Section' 2 Township. tt South. ty the said ret 1 tin I ." aii
to 1''k.' In I Notice Is further Riven Hi,'ml".IC.nnl.I"h"'hl.t l of procesM upon whom would..rvl.e bind I .nice 22 East, ,'unlollino 10 und.r In the name of Beat: M l
NKl, of NXX'l', WI ofNK" the dIv council, will at I "..to.I I 9.17.a.If.15: I mild defendant i : acres" more or less. wu.. .. .

Y' ..rv 21 e I 1.. I". Scott _________ IS.45Mm. h. h.lo on the 6th day I I The assessment of the saId property I.(,'lilesH said certlfltH"I I .i i'
line I Lot "nd.d N bv tie .X. \3* at the city 1.1 In Shirks, aPuL-iI. 'I \s'rei's: \OIICK I 1".r. nrf..r.,1. I that mild 11.1.1 the saId certificate' !Is'- ileem.d' actordlnn-I ,1.1 i".. I"" pm
VM| Jit' T'ulydd by I'nt 7: loi'k f. M I I I hear from OF \LN .r.n".lt retilied| 10 ap- 1, sued WHS In thl name of C:. I.. : '" said I
llv bv Land nf F".. I I al such owner or aicent us desire'' Notice lit h."h" Mlv"l that under pear ,, said rittiss. on 0' Isfore, 41h L'lilesx said "",' shall Pe.k.re- ertv described bidder therein i ". r"o
by Walnut appeur, itnd file con.plalntM, ax tn and I In uiuordanie' i I that certain day "f.0"1,1., A. l I. 19.17. otherwisea deemed, according lo.law hits property the highest fir '. J". 'nd "iT
the
'1 ,,1Y'\ .- 2S 8 I (.. J. Uilffln u__ 18.71'I'. the valuation ox fixed by the, .nidiiHoaiil final. d..ree of ror."I..ure and sale J..". ConfoHsu will be ., described Iheteln, will be Hold the house month dooi of on Oi-tohi-i' ., 1 I ill
4 C.1. H.'I.' fl ft of SH Cor I, of Kiiuitllxei: und hear anv'leaxon I 1 elide, eil by I"I is ii. hi. I., Sebllnic an.ItidKR tered iiHriilnst her. It. the highest bidder at the court of t 1911-
the 4th day
t -r I'nl & Oranite Htx wliv the valuations I I should1changed .h' of the f'II'f'ul Court" of Hi.ailford I Is fm liter .d..d that this or house door on the first I Mondav, In Pitted thin O.tob.r.., j ,t (?'?,
run, ft r.2'4' ft N Its i i I (in I ('lti 1 lie published' once week for the month' of .
: It c October 1917: which .
lO'i: f, to 1 St thence I All NXX ((, of silying' N ef, ('allSt. I In that :.* rllf I :!::SI u.s aj":11::: I its i In: I four cliseullye, weeks I" the Brad Is the 4th day of If 17. 1937OFFICIAL. St.t.b
1'01 :
Ml .. .aid .. I'en .29Coin S S3 J. J. Bffle Jones _.. ', XX" of Canal, I and M i of Church sr I Iex I Court > M. A. ax :'r, ford County TeI"gsa" lth. p"hl.h.d In Pated thlx Octob.r.day of August, ( J. Tho'M I \S
8.4' the I Staike. Bradford" 0'out t A. (
-1w- at NXX" Cor of Sunilttison I following des 'rlbed pieec of dator fur Ikodfu.1 Cotnt> Hank n y \'lorl.la. 19:17OFFICIAL. Client I rl 'i'
II l I.an.. At llitHTiiiilley property fri' .llnl. I on Church 11. "K.: f'.rp".lul. plaintiff and 1 l. J I. ThlM Ihe 27th d.iy of AIUMt. 137.I ( N ':A 1.1 Cleik Prndfoid of I'oinS2751924 I ,'iiiril.t,

4 .\ 1 .1'11 N on said 1 H Smith hnl Mrs M.llld. Lee ..wlng :! A I. nre defeitdantx' l I A J THOMAS.Cleik ; A. J. THOMAS,
I 5, I..n. .\" BO fl S 6J I: I Home I The 1..1..1:' I ii ( and .. 8 ''. the undelHlirned Special of Ciicult I ('"rt. clerk of Circuit Crtnrt (.f
to HoHitn All y thence :I ratsiinaire; J' I' ': I ui'i I Mauler bv xufd flec-ree appointed" 0-3-51-10-1 Brudfoid' County, Florida. >
t!: l.etf .24 8 S3 N. I.. ulges! Uxtat.___ I I. M Slstrunk, hoists: 2'8':8-13'QI'I: : -- i will ...I 'Ihe hlKhext bidder for 9-3-51-10-1 NOTK'F. ()F 'PIMI I jrlO
tell,,. Lot ('om 50 ft W of 33.4 i I Icy & I UuvlH 'Jr'II'' ) to |111"11> aBh. i front, of the Mouth front I F.: OF \ PPI.t'I'104 FOIl \ \ I) : !I 1"1,
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XCor ..r SandersonLane K' of lot I 7 25.f3risntI door of the 0'1'1 Venilte Bill N"
-. I rl"; i I I liradford Court- ) -r\\ UF.F.II: :
Town ilrk 2M2j house "In ,' 1'1'11) "O'I'U' : OFI PI.I<- > NOTICK l :nltS.1;
1 I..nI.y .1.1. : II'H ,
|I Shell I'etl,oleum .rl 11.0(1000( Ini : I hoiiix of on October NOTIci lit Hit FOIl TKF.F.II: .hnM. F. 'SlA'i'tVf ;,
: :
H 11fl\ : XX"6'i t I R2''. f i H.iino) 00.hhtotk. 4th A. n...1917..:' the followlmtptenilBvN I Foster Mil 11':1':1IIEN., : That .it.el. Illll N... 111 Brown, holder, of I -3 of T.7th ',

lit .n Alley tl.enceI I I 31 as extended on Knsey i Bituate I I I In l-ti'ti'I ford and tificate No.:5211, Issued the ('Cr. NOTICK is HKHKBV I\\I. That f'lt. No. BO.I. 'Nsued, I h. '' _d.,,

.- -: I4H 1.t to ,bi-K 29 8 23 i I'J.': I. IIIKI 1'Mloto ___ 15 00 M',ip. Original I I '1'"wl of ,"s'k t-, ', A lie,'hi tIn (*onntlex. Florida. to..,It: of Aim-nst. A l Is. 11131: has filed 7th day A. Jf. U..n. holder of ."lt. July A. !', I H O>1"'). has f"1, ,11'1
I Com :i tA7 '. t i K: of r'or: 2i-5-29 lilllf Keflllllllf ('n. .00000 I Nlj of Zi-:'., and: V5t of NF.i.: I In my office has made sttmo ". Rie. Isxiied the 7th' mv office and has mail. .". ,I.plhlr.",
to S.IIOO 00. ; 11 ;: old application I'.u.ly. A. I |0:144: has deed to be """
of I l'rnn.l\n.' Ar I Hurt Six and I Slj of VXXl, ami NH'i i ofNWI for deed filed ..m. In for a tax || i
on .11. .; Movt Sr Lois 5, 7 of block 34 J. M J.hIM'' ',Hw .14. Twp.1 H. It. K. thereon. Huld a tl' to bn 1..u.,1 0 C flt'e and has 1.1. applliullon I Said e.rltcAt.einliiuc-" 'liii J.non: ,
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fI ft K: l Addition to -JH-6-2J 2 rrllfl..t. embraces for deed lo .h I Inar '" IV i iof
I nil In.k. : Toireth with' th" the f IIL ,
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lO'i' \.l.'lj t .. 21Lots 8 23 A. J. thriffis ---------- 11.89 .\II: :t''I$4110 rl 00'00. I hereditanienii I and I Ii l'I'lt.-tell.. the County)' ..f..llradford..rl.. : .ry of Sil. "ei, I fIle I,embraces the tol H. .h 9. III. II. Ilk I, 2 l iIo-k .1 IIVIllusion ,allIes Florida' tn.wlf .descillied pioperty, In the County wit: 1(1(
I 1. city I'nik l.r,. Trill, .v A Co'x Addition t", R.k., I l'*. lo. I'lniltVMA.V.Ax ': : I' Norlhwvst of of Bind ford. State of Florida, ., f."th.hl1 of N, ,"1 I
4 1 1 ..1.1'h-' ly Carinen'x 21622. H I.. Brovvnlee, "00,00 to special MuMter In Chanter I (junrter A Quarter VV'est One.fourth Southeast of a'It: I'h. .1 Quarter' .0
6 Addition' ;, I SXX'l, of HI':'. 21 I \\". N JidinmiuMinnie __ ._____ 5.07 ."tl 8. 9, 10 of block I II. TemplesXibtltlon Attotneyii I for I.h.lltt I i I Quarter. 11..r Southeast ..r'Simthwest Quniler" of St-s i Him ''I. "M'lon : 1',
1 Township
TL, la.t II.' II I of Blk 3, City to stai, ki. In NK'i:'; of NXX'1,1, I 11-17-Jt-lO-l ,', Itunice, .il Kast: 7 township, H Siiulh.' Ita"lIfe Hln.. K.lst: ,,
: .I'm %. Sub-lilvlslon I 'X'eatheily AT XX'l, of MI;', XV of |iv.: 21-0-J3' A, I "J\i\ ttlVi'l'. more oi contnin11'IT ,- Last: ('.nt.lnlnl, i : 20) Ac,..., n" 2. nmre or !I. I
II I H I lleen, 2.411 ) $1,000(10: or, |esn. I The asxessnii'nt -
; vtslu-ite: :
8 'I',1. l IIf':::: ; .1.ta:1 \ of
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: ; : ; I' 0'11'1 0.1 'hI said plopprly The
V. .1 .hf- ilillon t. : \, I 1.01* H ff I 14 ""lp. OF o XI.I-: under I the siild assesincM.t of. the sold pioper rtv utid"r the n
i/f SK' 21 8 13 I.. Kedg-rav __ 3 Addition' tn Htnike. In NK'i:' of NXV, : Nntlie IB I.,-iebv" itlven that tinder In the of c. t'. .rtlr..t. wax ty lindiM the s"Ill cvrtlflcute Issued sued wa In th
I.ol. 7, X of Blk I::t lus. 7. .. XX'i.' of NKI: XX of lly -t-ll-22. AI-I' und? In aciurdance with thai certain .nam.. ,'ttlit. ( 111ke. I wat In the ""m.of I'fknnw., I liuck.I'nlesH.
tY4v' IL kin .\,.I.l.. .. 29 8 II MTB 1Inie Ilollings29 ''belt I II.tlmn.I $41511 01 to 1 1.290 'on. f In.kl 'let'ra.. of forecloHuie, and deemed t.nl. itt-i ..,. to liivv., be re I I'nlesH suld' certificate$ .h,1 be re. said rvrldeemed ",

; fY w.rll __ -___.__ 5.15 I",.. ." ill NK: cor of Call Act Kale rendered, by I Hon. I II I. L. SiitriliScit I''eilv d rst''I "r.Iu. I I the I be urop-sold, i dofiued I I"'orlu i to ha iv, Ih. prop- I" n..r.ln. I'ertv .
Z Ij I Aden' In N1':', of SIVi I Broadway" six & run .V on Bron'I lwuyi JudK of tIle 'is'c'uit Court of I 110 the blithest therein bidder wil eily d t-I't'I crc I ti ivl b. sold : ". .'
-' t4I-ic ,.' I I tiuwlliiKdd I "t I ft IIll's 170 ft Call si' ttt'a I ft Its court ''to lbs highest bidder to tile hlKhest b.dibhouse ; '
: } i 11 t 1 : foul County 1." I In chanieiy. houH door on the. ut the couit .
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i-b. ) .\ :S by: St & I XV | ft lo he. 2 -i.22. Jiik J. ', .. In that .ertuin cause pending the month. of I tnt, Moml.iv in house dooi out the first ?.Monday, In .1-'.. on thIhe I II
4 t N hy Hasklnx AddOne 29 Jones. $1.80001)I lo . I ''I"h. i which i lit the month' of O'loh"r. month, of N-lointlie
8 2 J. C Boyd __________ 880 In raid Court wherein M \ Smith Ihe Otis div of ( lilober, I 1937 which U I
'I I Lot of Land 21 YI i l '' oil "'o. (Vrsonal I "1- nx Ll"|tlltlutnr for Bradford County PDt",1' thl"' 2hth 1137 I his 4th clay of Octouei, 1 4th diy of o. I.. b" fI
,. j4 N M S by 1"I. : l WIn I| (OI'I';) lo $:I.500.((10. Ii I I Hank, u a'rti lrit t ion. l I. plaintiff I I andMable .i 19:17.: day "' ,ul.I.I. I.I liii this' 301( "h day 131.A UK-list, lilted this 24th .1.

t -' I SK ('. 11':'. of i r : I Utoweix i\piesx: l .ional \[ .\. Wainwright I. Al are de- I (OFF1CIXL r SKXI.) 1' 1117 UH.(01'f'I..IFT..
.r' SK', 29 t 2 "'. J Alderman .-- 5.53 $ : Oil In $11)0) 00 t.n'onM.' Caxe No. $ :, the underBlxneil A. J THOMAS.' .f OFFICIAL i4W.\ I.> .,
Postal Telea raih| A I'.hl. ('it. Per. Special Master by ald decree Clerk of Ciicult A. J. THOXIAS. ) ,\" If
j CARL JOHNS. Tax Collector. I ison.ll, $1400 'I.. $10000. aPI'ullt.d will .el to th" hlnhext I Court of I I Clerk of Ciicult ('"urt of Clerk of ClrrBradford 1t.

Sta.i4.ud Oil I.. rrrsonal 31,. "1<. ., fur cash II front of the 1.-5t.IO-1,Jrodru. L'UUlly. F'lsclil.wsi.ttt..ais.is,4 fr-*->.-. 'I..dr"'ounly., Flol Ma. ('lii

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,HT.t KP F.Fj.'HSI.i : OFFICERS NAMEDBY HONOR PLAQUE "LOTTA C')!.\TTER" SENIORS SELECT Who Went Where PLUMMERHE-ADSU 1..

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SOPHOMORESRalph GIVEN SCHOOL The campus has just been bUz- NEW CLASS RINGS 1937.38 SENIORSElection

ITOrt.INCHIEFBKN80N zing with chatter and gossip -zzz Edith Rowe attended a Fraternity

A''\'"'-lAI 1111iP" : Rhode Elected': To Lint Outttunding just"' like a hive of bees there dance in Gainesville Friday
:May He had With field Held Thursday
..."I'nTV: I'DITOROT 1 1r President Of !Students. For has been lots of buzz about, tho- Or Black Onyx night.
; In Mm. Long'sRoom
,, ,HJtIl ) 111"1101'"I'lITT' Claw. SU Year about almost everything and everybody :.Mount IIIK John Ton>
'" I. "ITRHII.I. some good some bad -- I Alachua, Friday.

., I'MJMMBH.ICDITOH. A call meeting of the sophomoreclass Passing through the upstairs hall supposeeverything) I have heard The seniors made their final decision Mr. Geiger was visiting: In Jack- .
r held in has been I haven't sonville over the week-end. In a senior class meeting: held
the of the
I a.l'fElt' : 1IlY l was Wednesday school building one observes good- simply last Monday morning, when
RI.I.A, L.H; MANNINGiil.NA home room of Mrs. J. H. Benson. a beautiful plaque on the wall been able to catch anything de they voted on the rings from two Bob Long was visiting In Ocala Thursday morning In :Mrs. Long's
The called to order structive. I think that is and Gainesville over the week-end. home room officers for the coming .
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at II(t meeting was by It is an honor student plaque, a very i different companies. The rings
;; J' :AHct Mis. Benson' acting as chairmanand presented to the school last week interesting fact to note. don't were selected from Herff-Jones Co Cleon Woolen and Jack Strick- year were selected. Edna Pearce '

"I"t.-cl\I.<< IUCPOHTEHMIIIMM I : class officers were elected. by a representative of L. G. Balfour you ? I We know you all are anxious to land were vlHiilng In Jacksonville acted as chairman.
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They are as follows: one of the companies selling We have been glad to welcome know what they are going to look Sunday. The election results were as fol-

President: Ralph Rhodes. senior rings. quite a few of the seniors of last like. There Is a choice of ihree DoHhla Smith and Edna Pearce lows:

EDITORIALSAMBITION Vice Pres. Juanita Barefoot It Is year we are always glad to have were visitors in Gainesville Sunday -
: a solid piece of mahogany sizes small medium and large, President: Bill Plummer.. :
Secretary: Grace Green. about a foot long, three fourths of them most of them came the first and also u choice of solid gold night. Vlce-Pres.: Doc Walnwrlght,

Treasurer: Marion Dowlfng.! a foot wide and an Inch thick. At week as they have been leaving mounting or with a black onyx Edna Pearce, Harriet Bishop, Secretary: Frances Peek

has been defined as the News and Society Reporter: the top of the plaque Is. a bronze since/ to go to college and the University mounting.It Doshla Smith and Frances Peekvisited Treasurer: Edna Pearce. ,
Ambition Grace Green. medal with the of Florida. Every one In Hampton Sunday after- ,
words
mind that strives to excel. "Scholarship, will be about six weeks before Each new officer made a short I
of noon.
.,.ht Cheer Leaders: Ralph Rhodes Loyalty and Achievement. wishes them all the luck in the "
habit of mind may be of a Undo the order can be filled, and we speech after he was elected. .
,u and Grace Green. neath are six little bronze worldas the old saying goesbutj Hazel Moore attended the Theta
!! or a very bad thing,, de- I might say that all seniors are un'tlclpating .
try good It was decided that each pupil squares with room for one name as the matter of factwe didn't 'Kappu! Nil dance in Gainesville Friday -- -- -
the object of your the day when I'lngslr-
D.hng. upon should pay dues of twenty cents to he engraved on each square. mean exactly that -we want Just I i' night. Before 1000 less than one-fouith
rive so they can have the thrill
mbillon each, monthly. There being no further The first has. a little luck pet haps they won't Lillian Moseley\ attended Mush of the medical schools In the United -
1936 and
to square) which every senior expeiienceH in
It in n ,:umml'mable.ambition the condition of business the meeting was adjourned. 1837 on It and Patsy Edmondson'sname. mind. very much I hope not-- I I' wearing his or her class ring. Week ut the University of FloridaLest States required even n highschool
to improve Really tho' we wish you luck, sen-
week education for admission.
i im .
She was voted the best all also
Is good thing for i| The seniors picked out their
living It a tars of last year! ]
our think that he will round student of last year. The 'caps and, gowns. The girls selected
poor boy to 10TII. ELECTS OFFICERS person lecelvlng that honor Talk about romances! I think I
this
white and the selected
have serge boys
ork haul end, will some day The tenth B grade Mr. Howard see evidences of them 'round and
year will have his
name the sharkskin.Chapel .
of his to put on gray
own
comfortable home he loves, a piece homeroom teacher, elected their next square. about Billy and l Harriet have I -..- I ELEMENTARY ECHOES ] 1
those
with
been
hare class officers for the year last seen together a lot this year-
and the The plaque not only adds, to the
. ground, necessary Program
.1 good week. The following were elected attractiveness just notice and you will see'! couples
of the hall
but inspires I
,urk animals. : here there--and everywhere __ Welcomes Pupils
all students to do
their best
It is a !good ambition to do well I President: Margaret Pearce. that l.s' ut recess and noon-they Prehistoric i.' STI'JUS "
People oruriiORIENTAL
hatevcr you do. Such ambitions Vice-Pres.: Elizabeth Plummer. don't have lime during school 1 I C'OI'NTRIES:
Assembly was opened Friday "
row Interest and throw life and Secretary and Treasurer-- School Receives hoius. morning with all singing "Ameri Studied By SixthThe

pelt into whatever you undertake. son Moore. New Set of BooksThe Thrills ray goodness yes! The ca," followed by the Lord's! Player, We arc studying about China

turns work into play.We ReporterJames Johns. sonlois have already selected their "The Star Spangled Banner" and sixth grade, taught by Mrs. and Japan and have fixed our ,
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like to see a girl or boy who -A School Board presented the rings this year! There was much I the Flag Salute.i Wulnwrlght, IH enjoying the studyof sundtable with a Japanese scene.

jambilious to do the best things; Juniors Commence schol with a beautiful set of Encyclopedia excitement dining that Interval bu i The main feature of assembly prehistoric people. We are draw- Many Japanese articles have been

iho aims to be a manly man or a Fund Drive Britannicu Junior books they accomplished II believe It or I was the "Welcoming of New Students Ing pictures and coloring them to brought for the room to look at,

omanly woman and a kind Early today. There are twelve volumes not. f' ," which was presented by the illustrate poems and stories. The such as: teapot, fan, chopsticks,

dead; who alms to get' on In the in this set and the books are light "Just Chat". I'I Inter-school Relation Committee, following poem, by Virginia Sew- tea cups, etc., and 1 Howard Conner

,orld himself and to help others; Monday marks the beginning of blue and very up to date. --. --_.- I with Doc Wainwright, as chairman ell and. John Klnluw Is one of the has made a pair of wooden shoes I ,

ho alms to be a thoroughly hon- the junior class' drive for moneyto The books me In the English Committee 'Sponsors giving a most helpful and best written: like the Japanese wear

-I t and useful citizen and to makeii entertain this year's seniors. department at the present: but will > beneficial talk that was enjoyed by ()g, The C'ii\e Boy; The following poems were written .1

country a better and happier Four gills in the junior class bring be placed in the library, as soon as For School NamedThe [ | the whole school Doc emphasized : There was a cave boy named< Og; in our language clasn: ;

lace) in which_to live. sandwiches every day which are it in. opened, at the disposal. of all five Important steps toward! His home was quite near n bog. I

.- sold in the rooms and halls at re- student) sponsors! of the different ( advancement for young students. He went to the bog for some berries Japan ;

I ir I.* 'T'O'U SCHOOL cess. The Juniors have also begun The school Is very grateful to d'tnmittees. have been appointed I They are cooperating with our class I would like to go to Japan

IT'S'OU plans for "Tag Day" on Mr. Ben the board for' this set and wishes They will appoint a student to be i mates and teachers, honesty, re- But found only wild fern and cherries Where they use pretty funs,

son's birthday, October 1. With to express its deep appreciation the chairman of each committeeand 1 sped, dependability and conslderatlon. Where they have some cherry trees
r fymi want to go to the kind ofa the of the whole ,
the student
cooperation - In tuin will select: {, And the children play in the breeze.
school school, the class hopes to be able to Now for several students to work with him Miriam Guy then welcomed the Wanda Pearce
That's the kind of a school youlike. a Smile When he took them home to his
give the seniors "something to re un his partlcuHr committee. The I new students< and called each by -
member" in their first class party Hill P.: "If a skeleton jumped at sponsors and committees are as i 'name and told where they weiefiom. cave, I.

'ou needn't slip your clothes in a of' '3738.TllltorGH. us out of this cemetery, you'd see follows: I'{, a Oh! how his mother did rave! Japan .

grip what a brave man I am" Slogans! and Mottoes- Mrs. Dow The students were all glad to Far over the ocean lies Japan
And btitn on a long, long hike. TIIK KEYHOLE Harriet: "No I wouldn't. I'd Where stands
ling. have Mr. Gray present who gave a Every day he drew animal on the a pretty maiden t
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never look back." B II. S. Journal Club Mrs most fitting poem. wall; While she fans and funs and funs, "
ou'll find elsewhere what you left I notice little "Friendly Waiting for the birds
just a Long. to
I After the program Mr. Benson He said he would like to hunt thom sing )
behind enmity" betweeen the juniors and Junior- .-"Your sister is spoiled." Inter School l Relations Mrs, made some announcements which all.When And the cherry trees to bloom In "

For thel e's nothing that's reallynew. the seniors. Maybe there will be Nina- "She ain't It's that per Long. I should be of great interest to each spring. t.lsermce :

some interesting competition to fume you sent her" Special Assembly Programs- pupil. He lead the list of' awards he decided hunting to go -, Cooper. ..
went to tell his mother
Og so.
"i a knock at yourself when you watch this year. Mrs. Demorcst.Attendance J that are to be given to outstanding :

knock your school; As an explanation to the teachers Teacher--"What do you put at Miss Stump. j pupils of the school at the close Marjorie Sue Middleton with r

U lint your school-It's you. may I say that the ever-rest- the end of Tom Is sick ?" First Aid Rooms--Mrs. Antler of the year, He saw a deer he would like to kill; sumo help, composed this poem on
lessness is caused because we are N. T..-,"Period." son. I lie drew back his bow and shot China. ,".
j The Ilcl ff.Jones Co. Is present-
all anxious for basketball season Tf'achl'r--"Thnt's right. Now Library Mrs. with a will.
fieal: / schools are not made by folks so Benson. I ling honors to one boy and one girl This morning when I roused my
afraid to start up again.N. use it as a question) Office Miss Uiannon. His arrow went wild and hit a bearr
outstanding In athletics; one fo head!
Lest else ahead T. Ritch has become definitely N. T."Is Tom sick ?" Conservation ,!Mrs. B. Perkins Which he did nut know was there. sleepy "
somebody get ; J .
English, scholarship, citizenship; Chinese girls hopped Into bed. !
then everyone works and nobody interested In the junior class. Teacher"Correct.. Now turn t it Safety Council Alto Geiger and commercial.
Now I'd like to be in China for a
shirks His interest has something to do into an exclamation." Manners and Morals-Mrs. R, M. The bear drove Og up In n tree, '",'

You can raise a school from the with the "State Farm I think. N. T. "Sic him Tom!" Perkins The American Legion will give But bees, you know, are bud oompany day, .
an award to the best all round student Then I'd quickly sail away
dead Buddy Bishop was hard to look Cheer Up Mrs. B. Perkins. -
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tit the For wouldn't I be In fix
eighth grade. a .
at Thursday of last week. That Gene--"What Is the difference Bulletin Board 1 Mrs. Hayes.
The I). A. R. will give the most The boy came down lightning- If I had to cut with chopsticks. !
and if while you make your per shirt he wore hurt more eyes than between capita) and labor?" Flag !Mr Howard I quick, tFOl'RTFI t
outstanding girl of the school
Dan- -"Well. I'll tell if I Traffic- a
aortal grade mine. you, Mr. Cray chance to with from And! killed the bear with n greatbig iRAUE NEUSWe P
compete
owed girls "
Your schoolmates make had all at the you a thousand dollars that Grounds Mr. Geiger.
can one A good time was by Jacksonville and the stick
too peanut boiling last Friday night. I I would be capital If you tried to Pat Holism and Constitution-. be winner therewill have been studying about

our school will be what you want B. H. S. was well represented. Too get it back that would be labor." Mr. Howard. ton. awarded a trip to Washing When he was\ drugging the bear tu Japan and next we are going to ) '.

to see: bad we can't have more school American Legion Award .--Mrs.B. the study about China. Some of the
Assembly was closed with cave,
the
It's isn't We'd to know each Teacher-- "Lillian M., why are Perkins boys In our room to
your school-It's you. functions. get ?" singing of J."luI'IJa's State song. lie thought, "This time my mother are going
you laughing Daughters of the American Revolution make
-Selected.Mh other better. "Huwannee River." won't rave. some Japanese shoes. We

;t 'pudding is old and you sore The Little Women are all excit- Lillian: M. "Laugh and the Award -Mrs. B. Perkins. ---- -. '.- -- .-- The bear, I know is good meat plan to make a collection of all
ly need ed about We world laughs with you. Recreation--Mr, Geiger. kinds of rocks and shells.
gold Friday night. won- SErOND GRADK NEWS For all of us people to eat"
For a new school' long overdue, der what is happening then 1Peeper. Teacher--"But" you stay after Beta ClubMrs. Long and Miss We've been reviewing a first News Committee-Ida Lee Stl- J r

;"h the folks to Invest our kidneed s school alone. Stump. cox, Colletie Green
Glee grade reader. Now we are ready Og bit on the meat and Bulled a
Club and Special Chorus-
the best; for Miss Kennedy Teacher.
the Second Grade tooth out
and ;
It I Itnt your school l. it's you.J. Ansuer to Gu"'hl) John--"Dad, can you write your Mrs. Wall. are very glad. one we Mother sent him to bed and then --- .. -,.- -.___________
name with your eyes shut?" Four-H Club -T, K. McClane Jr. THIRD
Barefoot. GRADE
H. Benson. Juanita We have quite few he did! pout. NEWSOur
a
safety
pos-
Dad--"I think so, John. (Agent).
John-"All right and, then let's .. .--- ters In our room and we are try- She came In and said, "Don't war class has been studying

.KT: THE MOST OUT OF TMJL'R MOTOR WITH see you shut them and sign this re- THOI'GIITS FOR THE WEEK Ing hard to do what they say ry, Og about "The Simpleton" and have }

poet card" 1. Keep chin Miss Kitty Hogsed, Teacher. Tomorrow you may wear your new drawn his goose and basket. Of the
your up NothingIs t F
K OOL MOTOR ,-. -'., .- -- skin to the bogs"I'rhnitive stories
that
---'.-- impossible! we have studied we

GASOLINE f AND OILS GI'ESS:! WHO ? 2. Each man makes his own like "The Princess Who Couldn'tCry"

-1\ E STATIONS IN BRADFORD (OI'NTV ARE AT "OI.1t There's a lovely little lady In the shipwreck! .mslU': :Man best of alT.'

SERVICE WITH A COMPLETE: LINE OF sophomore class whom we are Introducing 3. Leurn to walk past failure! I i" We had I two boys to enter school Mrs Searing's Room During our story telling hour
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CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS by means of 'guess who'; 4. I will succeed; nothing can I| and today Mack they are David Hardenbrook The study of primitive man IH Monday we had some very Interest

nit M-XT:: TIME YOL'R :MOTOR RTNS, HOT, GET THAT she has dark hair, eyes and a very stop me! I i! learning the Abernathy colors and the We color are very Interesting. We are drawing ing Billie stories told by Marlon Brown

hoOL-:MOTOIt GASOLINE FROM: E OF TIIESE sweet smile. She makes good 5. Would. you never be sad ? names We like to pictures reading and. writing storieM Benson and Evelyn Griffin.
STATIONS: JOHN ROGERS:
Kitty's -- Dad Penders Ii13.28 I gills in her cliss. i 6. By and by never comes!-.-St. j'j'i Ruby-Lilley, Teacher lived. The new act of reference told rlod.each day during the reading'p

-- Augustine bunks
Britannica Jr., that has been
West End Sta. Harrison's (Brooker) Add one teaspoonful"' of cinnamonand ..- I have FIRST started! GRADE AWe bought for the elementary grades, We are keeping a health chart,

D. E. ROBERTS AgentIHt.n.'OIUJ a quarter of a teaspoonful of In Kent, Kng': stilts are used lo I; number work boohs working and find in them OU, has. helped un u great deal In this and are trying to make perfect

:loves to your regular waffle ic- inspect and harvest the hop crop j I study The following story was scores each week.
helpful and
AND I'XION COUNTIES very a great aid in our
"ipe When the waffles are baked Ten-foot stilts are used by these' written by a sixth grade Robert Markham
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS ; studies/ pupil I has been absent -
spry m' them with butter mixed experts to enable them to reach the Leonard ptelcAt.li ) for several +
,' .. .. Mini Mlddleton Teacher I days. We hope that
: i with honey. Gpol the climbing vines. .. .... Goes Hunting he will soon be back
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'i! \\IIT; AMI so\ ICKGIVIKKTALLAHASSEE : Ash Is a cave boy. One lay hismother Mrs. Andrews, TeacherWe
sent him out with u spearto !

: The wife and kill an animal for supper. are enjoying our study of

only son of State School Superintendent Ash went into the forest Firsthe' "Building Stones" taken from our\

I Colin English: are enrolledat saw a rabbit. Ash threw his little geography. Our teacher

Florida State College for Women. opeai', but mlnsed. brought a "sample, of Cochina Rock

WHAT WHEREWHYOF Mrs. English registered Saturday He went on fuither and found I from the Coohlna pits of St. Au

for courses In home economics, a hear Ash threw his spear as gustine. We had to find what kindof

beginning classes Monday. She Is hard as lie could and hit the beast stone the Statue of' Liberty was

a former school teacher and attended nit the spear did not have enough made from. Do you know? I'll

Columbia University Five- force to go very far into the bear tell you Copper. Other samplesare

year-old Colin English, Jr., was The bear growled .In pain and triedto being brought In by various pu

enrolled in the state demonstrationschool pull the spear out, but he could pils. We are glad to welcome

BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA -t here.SWIWILNG. not. Finally he hit the spear Martha King from Miami to our

_ ---'-- against a tree and got the spear room.

DRINK LET VS GIVE YOUR PLVJIBINO TWO FOR ONE SAL E I : It \TTI.ES.VAKELAKE : out of' hilt b
A TlIOR l'G.II.1I0t'Ji'E'; IF. C. Hollingsworth .' r..h use One Pint.UMINXO.VH forest. Ash ran and got his spear
CI.EAXI.VG OI.O-COAT WALES-W. H. Greene and went into the forest to look for FIRST GRADEWe
FLOOR I'OLISII, 7J5c' Pint 'cashier of the Lake Wales StateI
something smaller
I I @!4- Z J. L. SimmonsPlumber I Hog And Hominy !Self Polishing I Rank, told how he and a companion Ash finally came to a creek. He are glad to have Donald)
.
ONE-GET
IlL'Y ONE FREE
were driven from their Strathern In
canoeby
.. I FARMS went down the creek for a little our group. Donald
I I In Bradford: Hdw. Co. a rattlesnake They were pad ways He stopped real quickly and came to us from Keystone Heights.

sterilized Bottle ncaaBKCaSBBOBBBMiMELECTRICAL I mmtmmmm 1. IS. <',\.;....",u., OwnerStern's dUng in Lake Gordon Green said 1. lipped upon a deer drinking. Ash We are n group of thtrty-i-lx lovely

w )'au'.e That R'fr..hf'.. | when they saw a large diamond- threw his spear and it found Its boys and girls. Our first two

.... I Denmark buck rattler swimming toward mB I k. Instantly the deer fell to weeks were spent in getting acquainted
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tl E CONTRACTOR Garage them. Greene struck at the reptile the grounJ thE'nlIh ran to the with each other and with

ARE ATKEAONABLK breaking both the paddle and deer and his school and In reading! readiness.
DESCRIPTION EXPERT WIRING Furniture Coe /KMTII: RADIOS pulled spear out of the
EXPERTS PRICES OUUlUUl! TIKES--TUBES the snake's buck. The low canoe animals "I.Ie. Ashv then drugged t work. We were proud to begin

ANYWHEREO. Arexk RN'phkJgeo" drifted on top of the thrashing the deer home, and ate plenty of it reading In our Elson-Gray Pre y
CAR BeS.re to Highest (Jiiullt)-Ixmrot .Prlcr snake and Greene and his companion Primers today.
PENTER J. PHILLIPS :!> < Every Day. that night for supper. j
_TIn_ : JEX.-\u. LAWTEII' fire; It Before 1'ou Bur. EASY PAYMENTS promptly dived overboard and The First Grade

STORE I warn full speed: to shore. -Billy Parker, Reporter. Mr. Roberts, Teacher.fradford .


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Miss Ray Entertains I Episcopal Auxiliary; LAWTEYO. unable to find dunces foolish I outlay of cash, you nay, ;
i + \ enough to send him their hard- think for a minute Jhlyo-
Church School Class liana Silver Tea J. Phillip". Cprre.Nde.e earned savings return for a promIse If his tc 'al1ze that
proposition
( :;t ILiit: : ocietyj Mills Amelia Ray entertained the The Ladies' Auxlllniy of the Oil ('Oml-Y-;;; To Build of excessive profits. could secure all the was,' nap,lonest he

i ir members of her church school Episcopal Church held! a business Plans have recently been an- Sad experience does not keep a very readily Dun"I>, male

4 i +I class Tuesday afternoon, at her meeting last Monday afternoon at nounced by the American Oil Com lot of these suckers from biting and throw good mom 'ULkel

I d..7 f home on N Walnut St 3:30: o'clock in the home of Mrs pany for erecting a modern filling the second time. This is shown by Plant City Courier vat
i TO Games In the house and on the Joe Hoover, with the president, !station! at the corner of South the' fact that there are people who .

1' W. M. S Will Begin Mr. and Mrs. Vining Are lawn provided entertainment for Mrs. J. L. Frazee, In the chair. State Street and Madison Street sell what they caU "sucker lists" In -"' .. mun
the children until refreshmentswere Early Fall flowers were used in here at a cost of $2,500.00. The which the names of good prospectsare -Muitun liix.m.H;;;! the
Hosts At Buffet SuPPCt'And i III |.ar<0 ;;
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V1' Book be
"ti it fall Study served. In a thimble contest decorating the home for this meet station when completed will made available for any crook C'halr" that Irrwides .rnl.IIIIIUIIII)

tf 1' ,I'i/: Members of the Woman's MIssionary Bridge Party Billy Benson made the most correct ing. operated by R. A. Griffis. Plans: wanting to dispose of some worth- use could ifs ordhuur

r Society of the Methodist Mi. and Mrs U D. Vining were guesses and received as a prize Plans were made for a silver tea call for the removal of the two less securities. Sometimes the de- deg \\a..h..tull.I. .pinch hit ?* ? .II'p. IUd,

f'i h. Church met Monday afternoon, at hosts Friday night at 7:30: o'clock a tiny black china dog, to be worn to be given October 7 to raise old<1 frame buildings on this lot and ception Is cruel, as where an effortis l'III'.nr' l. lath
4 ; charm. A contest that caused will add much to looks of this section tub, in diet .
as
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the church, and beld a devotionaland In their home at a delightful buffet money to put a roof on the church. made to attract those suffering i-liurn H mug
.a business meeting. supper and bridge party. much amusement was pinning the five members and two visitors of the city.Proclaim from disease to purchase some have been a prctt. smart /t.llnw,
new fall hat on the lady's head, and were present at the meeting.JefferyBias You rend iiliniit
The rooms of the home were attractively worthless remedy.A may him and
i Miss Olive Ray led the devotional In this contest Charles Knight pin CleanUpVeek 11111.
II pr interesting folks In
decorated with a pro- -- safe rule for the tin. sxAnniversary | "
service, her subject being "What ned nearest the correct position. Moore announced very average .110
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t i' fusion of cut garden flowers, roses Mayor Edition. 10.>| the> .
I citizen to follow is not to purchase Trr:
+ + it i I. to be a Christian, according The prize given Charles was a tiny, today that he had set aside the graph. Coming; Mifin.'
9 ; + to Paul's writings in the second and gladioli predominating. white, china elephant, to be wornas Mrs. L. D. Wheatley of Water- week of October 4 for Clean-Up except through reputable brokersor .
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Supper was served buffet style firms. If an unknown character -
4 ? chapter of Philipplans. The prcsJdent a charm. town has announced the marriageof Week in the city and all personsare
from a beautifully arranged dinIng offers you some scheme for get- There are said to
be
:Mrs. A. Wood, conducted the Refreshments of Ice cream cakes their ,000
i her sister, Miss Nora Bias, of asked to clean up prop- U8.8of.
table, which had as Its central ting rich by a comparatively small In the
,leprosy Unitec l
business meeting, al) 1 r W" WbileilC4'1 i 'the gmb room, und the favors were t colored will co-operate with citizens In
+ tare, :MrnwJ. ( ) and fern. more, W. Va. on Sunday, September city .
tt;} F! mlijite\ ,art looked after the fprresdt Sf,roses balloons: 'The hostess was H1 .12.'at. the home of the-brlde l' all :ways: to he.pmake! the townmore 'OPEN FOR BUSINESS
nc.V.Mrs.. W. 'A. Fischer Tables for.: bridge. r placed in sisted In serving"'and entertaining Splc'er' attractive '. '.
s Yt# !1 t >n '. ground's' sister', Mr*'Esther' \ ,
talkied>d "interestingly'' plans'1' oft he living room and on the sun I' by' her sister, Miss Olive Ray. '" McConnell,' W. Va. -TIIK-

1 r1! work for the future.Superintendent porch. At the conclusion of the Miss Ray's class Includes MarJorie those the wed- Farmers BusyOn RED FRONT CURB MARKETWe
9 game when the scores were totaled Gay, Sharon Hall, Mary Wel- Among attending
: of mission study, It was found that Mrs Edward don, Charles Knight, Billy Benson ding were: :\Ir, and Mrs John Lu- account of the recent rains
x +' of 'V, Va. Mr. and Mrs our growers are busily engaged in Buy and Sell Vegetables and Fruits
,1 :Miss. Olive Ray announced the Fall Burns had made high for ladies and and Ruby Green. Also present was ney Logan, :

i + 11 : / book for study will be commenceJ was given a manicure set. Mr. Paul Canova III, who was a special Frank Smith and dmghter, of !setting! strawberry plants at this Of All Kinds.
9 r, nOt t' October 4th. The title of the book Burns made high for men and was guest. Rossmore, W V.:; :Mr. and Mrs. T. time, while there Is still a scarcity -
S, HatfieKi of Stlrrat; Miss Ade- of plants It Is expected that WHOLESALE ORDERS DKLIVKKKl: )
; os+ i Is "The Moslem World" by Charles presented with a Ynrdley's shaving j -- -- ---
t1. u set. Business : line Jeffery and Miss Emogene Spi- there will be a large acreage set "\\e> Open At 7' O'clock In The )Morning"/
R. Watson, who was born in !, Program Meeting : Some I
ceo: Mr. and Mrs.! 10M.: Robinette hero this season. growers
Cairo, and the ofPresbytei Those the party with Of W. :M. U
Egypt was son enjoying Baptist
'" and family, all of McConnell; Mr report that rains the first of the RED FRONT CURB MARKET
't ian missionaries. He was the hosts were: Mr. and Mrs. D. P.
1. ( Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. T T. The business and. program meet- and Mrs Andy Fordor of Rossmore I week damaged young beans, ,of 311 TEMI'LE: AVENUEWANTED
educated in the United States, was John Moscom Bill i which there was a large acreage
,
I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Ing of the Baptist W M. U was ; Slucky
graduated from Princeton Theolog Mr Long and Mrs. Edward Burnt, Mr. held at the Baptist Church Mon Blaine Peck of Fort Gay; R. L. here, and it is not expected now to --- --

teal Seminary, returned to his native day afternoon with a good attendance Fryer, Ben Robinette, Miss Mary harvest more than fifty per cent
and Mrs. O. L Beasley, Judge and of the
land and made Stinnett, of McConnell and Miss average crop.
was
presidentof
Mrs. A Z. Adkins Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs W J. Epperson, first vice Mary Shipe of Dehue
the American University at Bob Demorest Mr and Mrs. D.
president, presided and the meet- Friends here of Mrs. Jeffery will Srhool ProgreMiIngOur
Cairo, Egypt. A. Monteith, Mrs. K G. Duncan,
Ing was opened by singing "GloryTo be interested to learn of her mar- local school under the direction -
His Name" The topic was riage. of Principal I W. F. Cody and
II'H'ral Real Good Farms For Sale, large
"The Crisis of Missions." Mrs. Ep -...- .- his able corps of assistants la one enough(
GUARANTEED for general fanning and reasonably priced
GREEN'S person gave an Interesting talk 1\USSION'IULL of the best that we have had in WE HAVE THE BUYERS

d In considering the spiritual aspect several years, every thing seems
Miss Madge Middleton, Mrs. Jeanette of the subject chosen, "Thelave's to be going smoothly and every- I ALSO! HAVE INQUIRIES FOR TIMBER LAM.

1 1t Flour Kincaid, and Mrs Ethel Biggs. and The Have Nots", at the body is happy IN LARGE TRACTS:
I
,1 STORE Tuesday was found evening that those Bible who study"have", it PentonaluW WILSON REALTY CO.

t SICIAI\ \ N'SPP1SCRP"TON and "have" seen and heard are C. Wooten and son, William I

'(OUR PH' Christ's-know Him and are known spent several days In Atlanta and

"' i'' CASH & CARRYSTARKE. 241bs \ -and are rich, Indeed, tvtving all other points of Georgia last week I
\ the resources of God's power from Mr and Mrs. H. B. Arwood left '
FLA. which to draw and will manifest to Monday for Birmingham and Bessemer ,
others these possessions While Ala. where they will visit DON'T ASK YOUR FRIENDS

', tS. 1 STANDARD PACK 1 those who "Have Not" are poor, with relatives for the next two

5JcBEANS MAM+eD10i Indeed, knowing not the of weeks. They were 1
source accompanied by
'JO 'fN'ot'n! BOND-SAVE THEM: AM)
TOMATOES No. 2 Can supply, not acquainted with Him their grandson, Bobbie Whitehead
... YOURSELF THE EMBARRASSMENT.CALL .
1 who Is able to "supply all your Mrs. Chas. Dinklns who has been
'j QKFr' lilt' F. (' needs through His riches In Christ spending the past several weeksin ) ON US, UE WRITE EVERY

tIJ Jesus", It was an inspiring les Searcy, Ark., returned to her TYPE OF BOND AND AT NOMINAL
I LEMONS doz 16c home here Friday. t COST:

,+ ..F '1> son.A beautiful message In song was Mrs J, S. Jones and Mrs. J. L,.

I fA 1I.t-- given by Mr. :Fred Dodd' of "Mid-. Hightower of Miami have obtained HAROLD C. WALL, AGENCYEvery

lakes", accompanied by his fatherat rooms at the home of Mrs. Effie
SUGAR 5 lbs 25c Pound 61,4ct the piano. Miner and will take up their rear Branch of INSURANCE

When your physician gives you a Some new faces were noted and dence here October 1. .
prescription, he expects it to be Mrs. J. H. Carradlne .
t t wt' BEST COMPOUND: welcomed to the group aa well as was visiting
t filled by a registered pharmacist in Jacksonville over the
ones vacationing who had returned. -
lOc who will use only highest quality, \" The Southern Bell week-end'j DRINK
f LARD Pound I fresh Ingredients. moved the telephone pay station
There la of
always a message
You can always be sure of having from Slim's Restaurant to Carra-I
Interest and helpfulness, both in I
prescriptions compounded accurately dine's Store.
1 SWEET MIXED-LAR E JAR DRIED at the Rexall Drug Store. music and Word and next week Friends of E. J. Roberts will be

r The Rexall Druggist is a regis- promises some unusual treats. pleased to learn that he is recovering PepsiCola

PICKLES l 15c tered pharmacist trained to workin from a serious illness at the
LIMA 5 y on the topic, followed by
[ C cooperation with your physician. prayer. home of his son Dr. E H. Robertsat
He Invites your Doctor to visit him The program was in charge of Jacksonville Beach.
: at time to know how the Young :Matron's Circle Mrs. B.
any carefullyhe Jim Moore Edwards left Thurs BIGGER AND BETTERA
fills prescriptions and how fresh M. Fussell, leader. Mrs. Fussellwas day for Miami where he has secured -
CABBAGE Ib .21,4 BEANS the ingredients are. assisted by Mrs. R. L.. Kemp, employment with the General Trial Is Convincing

When you have prescriptionsfilled Mrs. E. VV. Hayes, Sr., Mrs L. G. Tire Co.

at the Rexall Drug Store, you Powell and Mrs. J: M. Br wnlee. Mr and Mrs. J. S Norman and DAVE SILCOX

it 83c can always be sure of paying onlya Reports were given by the officers !- son, Howard, were visiting rela-
ii"GaDon reasonable price for the prescription. and auxiliaries. The first tives at Plant City and Wildwoodover Distributor
$ Can i Compounding is done quickly. week In October was designated as the weekend.D. J

i t Bring your next prescription to the week for prayer\ and literature B. Harley, who Is employed In
the Rexall Drug Store Carpen- was distributed for these services Jacksonville, spent the week-end
U. S. No. 1 10 LBS. HOME GROUND ter's, The Rexall Store in Starke. Circle No. 1 will have charge of with his family here.
''I
: POTATOES 15c Look for the Rexall Store Sign. the program and church flowersfor I Postmaster| R. Thede was a WANTED

t MEALr : I.- Adv the month of October. business Wednesday.visitor to Jacksonville I


BEST-NO SALTBACON St For a Complete Line of Fresh Fish And .-


; lb. 18c 10 Pounds 25c Oysters, Shrimp and Crabmeat September James IN Frederick 22 MEMORIAM, 1031. Carnell died

He is not dead the child of our
Visit The affections, but gone to that school

OLEO Pound 121hc where he no longer needs our poor

protection, and where Christ himself -

MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET"IT'S rules.

or CARNATION In God s better country, by guar

ONIONS 3 lb. I IOcPET dian angels led, safe from temp I'' i// t
ALWAYS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU, tation, safe from sin's pollution he iJti Jti N
MILK I w
lives whom we call dead.
WHY NOT GIVE US A TRIAL?"
COOKING I Day after day we think of what f
11 i II H-H-3O> +
I he Is doing in that bright realm of

I t APPLES 3 Ib lOc 3 Tall Cans 20cBLUB I II --.-- -- air steps; year pursuing after and year seeing his tender him NO, THIS ADVERTISEMENT

I growing more fair. DOESN'T MEAN THAT A
( WHOLE GRAIN I II Thus do we walk with him and
DANGEROUS CRIMINALHAS \
19c i keep unbroken the bond which nii-

x RICE 5 Pounds ANNOUNCING ture gives, thinking that our remembrance ESCAPED FROM: THE

though unspoken, may
> STATE PRISON. FARM, AND
[reach him where he lives.

"I.\SUE. IIOUSECOFFEE The Change Of Management ofKITTY'S To our darling little boy, James A REWARD IS BEING OF-
Frederick Cuinell, whose comingso
(tT, JAR RELISH OR SALADDRESSING FERED FOR HIS RECAP-
lb. 28c enriched our lives, and whose

sadden going leaves' a garden of TURE.
? 21-B..I.U{ memories whose fragrance will
20 c SERVICE STATIONI never die.

JELLY 20c Patents and Grandparents
I IT MEANS THAT
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SITKER LIST
Are PlniMtl Announce That U'* Have
.Hiiined. Management Of The KITTY'S "ME11VICESTATION. Every year American citizens
ROUND STEAK Pound 19c Where You Hate Long Bern Served. lose: millions of dollars by purchasing WE WANT A LIMITED NUMBER OF

U'.. Are In A Position to Further The Ser!It..-, And fraudulent and worthless stock.
4 Sere You Promptly, At All Time. )t't'our Schemers make a business of fleec
f RIB BEEFSTEW Friends Where Friend Meet. ing those who are always trying to OLD PICTURES

i CHUCK ROAST OR get rich quick and believe the optimistic

I I lb. lOc All Kinds of Sandwiches, Drinks, prospectus written about MIOUINO BRADFORD C'ot'NTSCENES AND PEOl'-f-:

{ any fake enterprise.The 191/1< ')
Cigarettes and Cigars PREFERABLY DATING B\CK PAST
1.. + NECK best way to eliminate the

STEAK lb. 12i/c fraudulent promoter Is by educat- WE WILL PAY
3 lb. 25c
BONES
: "Twenty-Four Hour Service" ing the public so that he will be

?' rra \\t nl'EH'tTilt: : Rlftlir TO LIMIT t
Do you ever wonder why you

; I Agent For JOHN E. DEKLE, Manager don't get ahead faster in business? FOR K:,U'll ONE ITAIILE FOR U
Could offensive breath be holdingyou SOril. ANMKits.\RY tUITIOS-Co\lISn: : : SOON. 1'ICTlI'r
:Many Yearn Experience: In Service !Station and
back? Gargle Ml 31 Solution :MUST BE IN OOOD 'OSIHTIOSSD MUST BE INl"r"ING :
a J f."taurl'nt1.1l1ul: <'Inpnt
TRUEWAN& FERTILIZER CO. ; regularly every day and you will AND AMUSING' OR \\ E CANNOT I>!' B THEM.::
avoid offending people with an unpleasant -I !SO Dili DEEP IN TIIF. OLD II.\IR TRUNK
Better Quality "The Way To Get The Best, breath. Buy Ml 31 for AND HltlNft ont PltTI'KKS; TO

Get Our Low Prices Before Buying Is Give Us A Test" 50c at the Rexall Drug Store-
Carpenter's The Rexall Store In j BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Starke -Adv.
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,. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph. K. Roberta Mi, and Mrs Jack Pickard returned Mrs. H. C. Wall of Tallahasseewas Said to be the most familiar pie Japanese automobile manufacturers :.

I of Jacksonville' >.ere luncheon' to their home in Tampa visiting here Wednesday.Joe lure In the world la the Huh Tower announce a new car that !I.
guests of Mr and ;'Ira. J. T Quigley Tuesday after a week's visit with scene presented by a Florida exhibits driven by. a spring. It will run

Bits of ,, Tuesday.Mrs. Mrs. Pickard's patents, Mr and Sistiunk was a business visitor diorama. .nine miles on on; winding. '
Mrs. The Tison. In JaclsonvilleVt'dnC'Rday.. ,

I ,. B. F. Flowers has returnedto _._- --- ------- nEI.IE'OSSTII'TION

I her home in Ocala after a visit Mis. S. R. Johns, Jr., and baby, Mrs. A. II, Green and Mis. WM ,
local Nev s with her daughter Mis. Paul 1:. Dorothy Ann spent a few days in : Wlmberly spent Wednesday In At sometime or another everyone MODERN I KITCHENS
Canova.Mr. Jacksonville this week with Mrs. Jacksonville In the family must take a laxative f

I CONCERNING: OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND - .. --- John's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. HRitrh. --. --- .-- Be good to youiself.' Take'

nnd Mrs. Fred Guy of Jack- Mrs W P. Smith and Mrs. F. W.Vainadoe Resell Orderlies the chocolate laxative I
OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN
pROGRESS; sonvilleeie week-end guests of spent Monday In Jack.
--- ---- that tastes like candy. Instead
Mrs. Guy's parents. Judge and Mrs. Miss" Bessie Edwards and It. M. sonville. of the harsh bitter ,remedies that
A. Z. Adkins nt Klngsley Lake. Brooks -- ..-- -
returned Sunday to their are so distasteful. Rexall Orderliesact
i r .- home In Petersburg., after a \>ho was. the most Kriieeltil mule I gently and thoroughly without I

Sauls spent Tuesday Mis. J. J. Rigdon and daughter. Dr. S. Stembetg of Daytona two weeks' visit! with !Mr.\ and Mrs.A. .skater! In !Starke hack In 180.1' flC..ud Rt'xallOI'd..rlieM
F i griping or Irritating. Buy
ire A. Miss Eva Beach was the week-end guest of W. Redgrave.Mis. nil sham It In the Telegraph'sSixtieth Colorful.,wsurproof, TMieproof
Rigdon spent ThursdayIn
at the Rexall Drug Stol'eCarp..ntt'r's
Jatkaom'ille.of ... clean Tile needs noupk
his parents Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg. .1nnlversary Edition and y to
Jacksonville. The Rexall Drug Store .
.
.. rvderoration.
T E Knight has returned I Bert A, Busbee who has cinrblg Honn. in Starke "" -.Adv.f p or
_. .. ___ __ E.tim.l..given without obligation
business trip In Miami. S.TritlY !SPECIAL :5 gals.kerosene been employed In It. C. Wall's insurance n
|m a Mr. and Mrs. K. L.. Matthews new or modernizing work.
and on
Mrs. E. L. Biggs' and (children
SOc with $1.00 grocery order office left Sunday for Tallahassee -
Red Kerce attended the arty today I the xalil eeI'tIfh'nIe I ,IMHtieil
press association Bobble and Dottie Sue the -
Unit ,
I'lnrtar Oil Poison tit SISTIU'NK'S.:\: where she will be employed. spent
slut. \\'MH III the tutiittt uf KfHHk CENTKAK "'I.\.
I\I' .. __.........0.0--___ at Rainbow Springs. Saturday -I week-end In l St.: Augustine with 1 Siflncr' '
a.trunk' 111NNrt'galdihrIJflento' Httrttt, .Im''t .J TILE. : .toI.UCIU..E; .
afternoon.fl |
.: *
c _1.- aLTn. .t. : Mrs. .BLgga.mother: ," Mrs. O. J. !Is
Iuan.trL SaWrhu.e.s1lltnt : I ,
-- r il nll''S\ ,
------'b-- .1! J .I n'I"T'f"; iMiifil nu'ut. it I 11 UKto law Ike "iki'uit' :
'
D Doyle of Jaclpsgavll5eprob wirh"felaUves| ; ,,:tp :O"\.8fk.cJl.rbel.e. ,;: with tel.lt1vi -I j ] .nllj' Virginia 'Millslp; -' -. of-- Green I MIB. HOH.I 'Chase: of Jacksonville! tirlffin. .Augustine Puttl Sue attend'remained 'inSt. 1 *tu*riy Hi"ilt. M iinlif'Ni(i;U>oii 'in-rn|ttlrtH4| ( .nl will I'he bv'lutiirtholing HOI*! ':'0'r: }, Bouud.iry' ;I-.iim' ;:\,

week'nll here- -! Jove Springs was the guest Mori''J anl. Mia, C.(1... Majuje and daughri !. 'nuserysthO1 'ttuiiilh door. )..of on'\"VNMI19:17:: 1h,, .f".1I..nllll. :! : which)' Inth Gulne'stlit.[ Florida..Jersey l {

| day night of Mr. and Mrs. Edward |Itt'I, Mdigie. of Hampton, were IH Hi.i' lft. day of Novcinlx'i1' 117! : ,
--- --- --
rot H V Knight attended court F. A. Scott spent several days in Burns. guests Saturday of Mrs. J. W. I DiiltMl 1 thlM 2111! h. day of $Ht'linuil] I
Miss Martha Brownlee and Miss I U:17.:
|Gainesville Tuesday. Jacksonville this week, where he White.
:
I (IlI"Ill'1.11I I. sIAL.I ) !
-------- -- -- --- Gertie Corns student nurses at
wan a Juror in Federal Court. .\.I TIIO.MXS.fliMk .
Mis. C. L. ,
:
Moirow. of ,
Tampa Riverside Hospital In Jacksonville,
of c'lrciitt' l'niil of
Balk Ititd. l :seed. Sunflower! St..d.1h ----- ---- who week Mrs. EoV, Hayes Jr., who was lit'iiriffit ,
spent a with !Mr. and were guests Sunday of Miss (County l'lorltln.' AVuKellelil. ( 1
1.
i rood ut :MHtriinltH. Mrs W. B. Sewell Mrs. J. H. Mrs. Fred A Scott, left Tuesdayfor a member of the faculty of the Brownlee'a parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. 0.21 I-51 111-22 mill Flat Dutrh CiipenhilK ('"b--
Lord and Miss Lois Cochran spent her home Bradford County High School hasresigned M. Hrownlee.Shorking .
->r in" Mrs. II B. :McLendunTbulsduy Tuesday in Jacksonville. I her position and has accepted huge Plots> !$I.N i. ,per tluxiNiind t
'. for a few day' visith I a place in the 1IaYPol.tSChuollWllr snarl. urdiTH, larger/ orders -
Misses Ktholin [
and A
---- ----- ---- I Dorothy
Orlando. \ In the !Sixtiethiinl- CENT WORD] pr..llllrtJ..I.luwl'r. ,
I h trends In | White the week-end in Jacksonville Jacksonville
Mrs. K G. Duncan spent Wednesday spent vc>riuiry Edition, of the Telegraphoii let prices on orders. fur 25: ,.
in j alt guests of the Rev. nnd -- -- -
Gainesville the
as
James Lamb and guestof : : > can real nil about those gal (MM) or mnre.Strawlerry.
Mrs.
l-lr: and Mr. and Mrs Eldred Ditncixi. Mis. Laurie G. Ray. I The W. C. T. U. will meet on .... COLUMN
Lamb "tthiH't tun! ,)lIIow1. pnrtli-x" _
and spent
\\en Pat Dolly I ,
Friday afternoon at the usual hour I'luntH (wadyGooier
Gainesville. they used( to huve In Stnrke In theIKIIO'w.
in
day! afternoon S\Tt'nn.\' SPECIAL: 5 KnlM.kertmene with Mrs. A. W Anderson treasurer FOR RENT- Furnished upstairsapartment Ith.
Mrs. E. E. Canova and daughter The Klilnern wrnplsd| | 111IIh"'I.
school Mrs. S.
near "
-- 30e with $1.00 of the Last week
Miss Canova grocery or. oigunizatlon. .* and Mold to the highest hId.
Miry were visiting I
l\lin Lois' Long of Jacksonville ler at !SISTRI'NK'S. the visitois at the meeting Included R. Johns. It A. J. ORIF'I''ISStarke
relatives in Gainesville Sunday. dernVutch" for It.
Tat, the week-end here with herthen -- --- --- --- -- MI'S C. W. Morrow of Tampa. -. .. - -- HOUSE!' FOR RENT-; Florida
Mrs F. H. Long. Miss Mary Canova of Tallahassee --- .unfl11'nIRhe.1.1 s
-
E. A. is Who started the Hllk hat rm/e Apply A, J. : .
Sapp now employed by the week-end Mis Alice Ted and Don
spent here as the I Jones here In
the Andrews Motor in 1887 You will find out
|\lfs, W E Mlddleton, Mrs. D. P. of salesman. Company guest of her mother Mrs. E. E'j Stilley all of Jacksonville spent 'In the !obU..thnnhl'.r. >. Edition .
pptnter, and Mrs. L. D. Vining capacity Canova. Sunday here with Mis Jones sister of the Telegraph./

Ut Wednesday in Jacksonville. --- -- and niece and nephew Mrs. KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME f
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SATIKIJXY !SPECIAL 5 guls.kertmene Merrill Futch I left last week for Letle Stilley and Mr. and Mrs. .
l >
: < n Nh Garden Seed ut Sh.lr""k.*.
Tommy Ritch of Jacksonville 50o with $1.00 grocery order Gainesville where he will resume C. Uuford.Mi. R./

Lnt lust week here with his lit !SISTKCNK'S.\ : I his studies at the University of -------.- / Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Knight and AIKS. U ( :Mi-CABK. Lady. Atlrlld.uit

Lthcr, Mis. Carrie Ritch. -- -- --. Florida. I and Mrs. T. J. Griffin were I Mrs. Alice Jones of Bunnell were

Mis. Carrie Ritch spent Wednes- ', --- I dinner guests Sunday evening of guests Wednesday of Col. and Mrs.D. .
)In, J, C Booker has returnedm day and Thursday with relatives In Mrs Florence Wallace returned Di. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza, in I E. Knight. 45V.. (hurrh St. SO !St, Ciroi-KP, "St.

a two months' visit in Itoter Jacksonville.Mr. tQ her home in Sanford last week .Jacksonville, the occasion being the .
N Y and Richmond Va. after a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. I, birthday anniversary of Miss \u'I'il'II ...' H'l'I.M-vri>\ .1 U'Ko\S\'U.I.E.! Kl.\. ST. Al'ttl'STINK.! :'\: "' 1..'.
Fun 1'.r ItKKItIKrniilr :
and Mrs. E. L. Harrison of S. E. Wilson. i Gloria Johns. 11111 .xo. Illllt
I'Jr, and Mrs. H. C. Ritch were Tarrytown, New York were week- =XOTIi'K- : IS HKHKtlY ClIVI'-,1'h"l:': Phone 5-1338 Phone 27
.
---- --- M I. \\lKHlim, holder of Tux ('",'lIr-
Biting relatives in GainesvilleInday. end guests of Mr. and Mrs D. A. .Mr... and Mrs. J. W. Andrews and I Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Williamson I Irata. No. IJ, iHHlK'd the 2ml' tiny ...tN"I.IPnh..r.
Monteith. | A, I1 l 1115: has. fll,*il Minim
family spent Sunday afternoon at of Hrudenton spent several days In inv urrt,..* and| hit* mini. ttpplli'ii-.
linn for H tltx fl...ffl til .he .iMHIHMlhtr _. .
Jacksonville Beach as guests of Dr. this week with Mr. and Mrs H. A. -- -
,
( *<'ui. Snltl perl If li'iile rndrrnrexIhr
AS NEAR TO YOU and Mis. Earlt Roberts I Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. Williamson following: clem rili :Ml !propiMtv tn:
; ; : ; I
FLOWERS were rn route to their home after the 'iimity of Ilnidfoi" state ofI'I"Atilt
,,,
-\\'It :
AS YOUR TELEPHONE Mrs. W. R. Wilkinson of Palat- spending a vacation in North Carolina .0.111-\\1; t iinilfr, r>f =NoilhKaxl UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO.
ka Is the guest of her son and : / (.jinntrr and Nollll" llnir ofNorlh
OR{ ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J I I\ ; ; I -\\'.-Hl, IJnnrlfiHiiMlon 2.1: L. C. .MeCAlIK' ':, President"
Mr. and Mrs. A.
daughter-m-Uw "- Tonnnlilp d Month, linnire 21))
J. Wilkinson.Mr. I Kant: / contnlnlnMT. 120) ,in'I'"'' more' a
ALL ORDERS FILLED Mrs. Glen Dukn returned to her or IOMH.Tho .

ARTISTICALLYECONOMICALLYPROMPTLY r.. 1.:11'/... ..... I home in Miami Beach Sunday after assessment of 1 the HU|ld! prop-I INDUSTRIAL LIFE INSURANCE.MfKSONYILLK.
_., .. and Mrs. H. J. Wilkinson of a visit here with lelutlves. Mrs
Palatka were dinner guests Mon. Duke was accompanied to MI..mlH Send UK Your Kodak Films FMKIIM

MRS. L. G. POWELL, Starke day night of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. ach by Miss Ruth Sternberg for I>evelo|>nieiit. One day rrv-- i

Wilkinson. who will visit there dome time be- 18 and first class work Kuarantced. R. H. Geiger G. L. Sapp
home. \Ve make enlargementa up
Pole
returning
[We're Not a Cigarette, But We Satisfy Mr. and Mrs W. J. Eppersonand -- ----....--- to 14x17: Inche Give us a trial. Krprewiilatlve Representative

The Multitudes III baby of Jacksonville were Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely and son, CAHKADINE'S:'\: tAWTEY
I guests last Friday of Mrs W. J. Billy spent Sunday in Luke City

Epperson.Mrs. with Mrs. Blakely brother and
This N r\ldi-noed:: By The :Number'\: Of :New'\: Customers. Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
------- sister-in-law
Eats Uhciro\nd You'll Patronising Never Learn Our Place.Younger.They Know Good N. Sternberg left Thursdayfor Baisden. Billy remained with his JC.inlt: Chicken Oyster U'\I.Anll'OJ.\

New York City to buy fall uncle and aunt and will attend OYSTERS

Special Lunches for School Children goods. for Sternberg's DepartmentStore. school In Lake City. SO'THERNBAR.B.Q Sandwich I
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I\H-nECRE.'TloS'-n.s-u: : HOI'KS!4 A D.\YIKOZY MarlonVlllldms., who was graduated !STYLE': 15c 15c -
Mrs W. B. Alexander Miss Wilma lust spring from the Raen-
WE MEn\'E
Alexander, and Mrs. Walter ford School at Sherman Oaks. Cal

KORNER RESTAURANT Baker spent lust Thursday in Jack is now in Balboa Canal Zone BAR.B.Q H ALL'S PLACE T11E11
sonville. where he Is staying'with his aunt
MRS. SAM ANDERSON, Manager II
OJe !SEL1.
---- Mrs. Y. Williams, and attending
:NOW'\: ONLY NEAR !OE.UIH.\lCU UE"OY s
Mr. and bus D. H. Carpenterand preparatory school. Marion whoIs I'LEST\' REST': )1"- 'I""T t.
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long spent the son of Mr. and Mrs T. S. 0. PARKING SERVICE! ': IS'

Sunday in Jacksonville as guests +I Williams of Starke hopes to enter lOc !SPACE TOWN '?DART

'NAT SEZ: of Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll. either Annapolis or West Point. .. .
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It's" no secret: folks, HO I don't Miss Gertrude fleering of Green I" Fla. Chief Laying Mash 100 Ib $2.70 Scratch Feed 100 Ib 2.50 Shorts $2.00

that Mrs. !Stern- Cove Springs was the week-end
iiilnil telling you ,
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward I! FANCY FLAIt AL 4UII"
: berg I I. leaving) :Saturday for the Burns. I

:New'\: York. m.-irket to select your TIP TOPGROCERY
---y r GRAPES CHUCK STEAK
I
!n. ..''J. /J new Full dresses :Mnj be you Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll and i 21b. 15c
-
\; l
"hS\t'II.t small daughter Lois Cornelia were
noti(-ed It but It's gelling I
guests last Thursday of Mrs. Car ,-. Lb. 12CAPPLES
pretty close to that time when that
roll's mother Mrs F. H. Long. HtKSlI! BlUCE'OICK
summer, trook und that piilr, of ..- -

white shoes will be out of date. Mr. and Mrs. Yancy Williamsleft "' :\. FANCY TENDER SIRLOIN

Look IIH up In ubout a week ue'll last week for Washington, D.

hate something nice to show you.11tN'S C., where Mr. Williams will be pipe STEAK Lb. 22c
inspector in the Naval building. 6 Pounds 25c Sept. 24 and 25, 1937


I Mrs A. I. Spencer and daughter :NO.'\: I
: DRESS "t'F-DE DRESS!4 Anice of Jacksonville spent sev ,

eral days this week with Mrs. POTATOES lOlbs. 15c

OXFORDS SHOES Mrs.Spencer's J. F uncle Colley.and aunt Mr. and I! CABBAGE lb. 2'jc RC"Sy'I &W '


------- GOLI1EN \\ ESTCOOKING
:Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Miss Sara/ Lb.
$2.19 $2.45 and Juanita Barefoot, Mrs. L. J. i ONIONS' Oil Gal. 85c
Green and daughter Judy were 3 lb. lOc

visiting relatives in Lake City

Sunday afternoon. '1i .ION:'\:.\TII\N EATING 9cHMOKEI

Oxfords :.fl'. and Mrs W. C :Manning! had I
$1.98of has i their guests for the week-end Doz. 19c Lard lOcVMIITK -

Mr. and :Mrs. L. W. Strickland of HMOKEI ,

Wildwood nnd Mrs. C. W. Beasley LOOSE
KB
PI -
and son, Skippy:\ of Gainesville. lb. SAUSAGE lb. 15c

all $2.45 Mr. and Mrs James Godbold and I I COFFEE 21b. 25c ISM t. it1),...

son James Jr., of Jacksonville : SIDEBACON ri-\. POKK
were guests Sunday of Mrs W S. RICE I

Stroman and Mrs. S. S. Dowling lb. 17c' CHOPS lb. 19cCOFFEE

and famMy.Mrs. I TIP TOP
I ----- --- Sib 19c
Kinds
$2.95 .
a S. E. Brownlee and Mr, and WKSTEKN CHI'C'KROAST
I lb. 25c
I Mrs. J.1.: Brownlee spent Tues-
lb. 19c
day in Gainesville and while there FLOUR 241bs. 75c

were guests of Judge and Mrs. A.

\\ V Long.
ntnTOWORK;
:\: WATEK TOWN UOIIK
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TJ1ftF.t-:\(oon: RELIEF I'OICT'IIOUAKI: TOMATOES No. 2 Can 6c ('.\T AM IHHJ

SHIRTS75c PANTS j
Three minutes after you take TIS>I'Y I"OOUPAPER
Bisma-Rex to relieve acid-lndiges- ,

tion, will feel better. Blsma-j

$1.00 l I Rex goes you to work promptly and f,1EAL SUGAR; CALO h

I keeps right ..m irking for pro I ,
I longed r-'llef Bi-rna-Ri'K i''ts four


STERNBERG'S' AT the w Buy ty: =Recall a to: ottle fi'h:Drug>f' ,;:;0 Store..uuse.' ,::-jniilgeition.for Carpen COG; at 3 Rolls 20c: 110 !1.!> 25c 5 Ib. 2f c I 3 f fi' 25cY.l"U'UBElt


ter's, The Rexall Store In Starke. J
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f 1"' m i KIXKin.FARMERS' PAID' I
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i iI :MORE THAN :MILLION IN

I 1 I SOIL S\MX I.R06R.\1\1 :

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I" : r FARMERS SECTION I I I GAINESVILLE- than $1. LIVE STATE NEWSNews ,j ;, <

s :' t-t'i''i 000,000 has been paid to Florida ,,,, ]
; : farmers for cooperating with the :

: 'j'I I, : Contacted by Demonstration Agents 11136 Agricultural Conservation of Florida in Short Paragraphs

:TJ ..; Program according to II. G. Clayton j I


,.>,: :I"I"'j'i /!..rtf;, f,J Agricultural, district Extension agent with Service the State and "

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director of the program In thi'lThe

state. NEGRO DIUNKINGSARASOTA.James CAPONE CASE! SETTLED ,
,
I Hints To Housewives total amount of money disbursed Smith, negro JACKSONVILLE. Edwin Larson '

' u '''hCOMMON SENSE by the Agricultural Adjust- explained to a jury he understood internal revenue collector for t| |,

#: e. Weekly from Home Demon.tra- ment Administration to cooperatIng liquor taxes were used for Florida announced here a $17,166

B.T SPUDS JOHNSON lion Specialist Tallahassee farmers Is 103087136. This old age pensions In Florida and delinquent income tax judgment I ,

t sum represents payments on 20.63- that he was "drinking to help the against AI Capone had been settled ,

ref : BALANCED. TRAINING INCLUB foCIlOOLD.LUNCHES applications which were certifiedto old folks." He was acquitted of the and a public sale of the gangster's : /

1 WORK EMPHASIZED: the genera: accounting and disbursing drunkenness charge. Miami Beach home was canceled. Jscksonville.'I

FI..oIUD.N'WW.PEK offices of the Triple-A In .- ,
9 1 BY In many homes noon Is the customary !- Athens and Atlanta Ga. Farmers 1S'EROLDSTS DIVORCE RETURNS: PENSION CHECK

i { r Balanced training for Florida'srural I time for dinner the nour- cooperating In the program own 1-, CLEARWATER a suit for TALLAHASSEE: imagine I t
I't' 0 'J to enable them ishing meal of the day. Many of 2-10,535 of Florida land ,
boys and girls! acres crop divorce filed here against Samuel Comptroller J. M. Lee's surprise.

e lI to develop into good citizens who our school children however do or more than half of the crop landin Jacobs of St. Petersburg, Mrs. Jacobs He received a letter from Lucy '

i will work for their own advance- not have time to come home from the state Mr. Clayton said charged her husband struck Amelia Clinton of Florida City in

s e i !t ment and the advancement of their school at noon. So. they either The district agent explained that her with a two-by-four piece of which she thanked him for her old ,

,' 7 i community, Mate and nation- that eat their meals out of a box or buya payments were made for diverting lumber and with a monkey wrench. age assistance check but said since
at
is the aim of 4-H club work sponsored little lunch at school. Then 1 land from soil-depleting to soil- Mrs. Jacobs listed her age as sev- she applied for it her financial

b L and directed by the State Agricultural evening when these children shouldbe conserving crops or for carryingout enty-three. condition had Improved. "Thank I > !.

; :. r 1 Extension Service making up for the skimpy noon soil-building practices on 63- --. you" she wrote "but I don't need '
meal the rest of the family are
Nt t There is little doubt today of the 815 acres. Included in this total SPONGE SALES thin money now" She returned the :, : ,
: ,
content with a small supper.
,' ..t g .i_t: : worthwhlleness of the 4-H club were lands diverted from soil-de- TARPON SPRINGS Sponge check for $18.

r ip I movement, for there have been Situations like this have a lot to pleting crops such as cotton, tobacco sales during August on the Sponge WILDCAT KILLED ,;..

: many examples of Its effectiveness.Young do with a large number of malnourished and corn to soil-building Exchange brought a total of $29- '

1 men and young women who' children in both city and crops such as Austrian winter 123.37 to increase the 1937 total to TAVARES Hunters reported

...r r i } were formerly enrolled' In 4-H clubs rural schools. Three good mealsa peas and other legumes, and land $858.348.04. The sales for the they had killed one of the most : ''
>
l' 'I } made of their trainIng day are Important for health which notorious raiders this section has 1 "
;t 41 have good use on soil-building! practicessuch month were considerably less than
and good grades. A I ; known in It was a wildcat i
become leaders in happiness years. '
I and have as terracing were put into ef- sales for the previous seven months
breakfast thai will stand by the "catamount." two feet
r 7 :i1 their communities. 'ect.' : but were nearly double the August or standing
: child until nourishing lunch and measuring inches .
i noon, a high fifty-two
t Mid What 4-H clubs mean and how Cotton led all other soll-deplet- 1936, sales. Total sales for the
containing at least one hot dish from tip to lip. Ernest Culpepper -
1. 4 they contribute to the normal Ing crops in the number of acres first eight months of 1936 amounted -
and an evening dinner that makesup said dogs treed the animal near
F healthy, and balanced development diverted a total of 34,292 acres to $678,716.51.
b what the other meals lack are Tavares! and a well-placed shot
and progress of boys and girls is formerly planted to cotton being .- -- : ,
for child's successat It down. Residents said
d'. ,, t '{ ;: brought out very forcefully and Important any diverted to soil-conserving crops. DOESN'T KNOW AKM GONEDUNEDINNineyearold brought )
school. The wise mother will the cat had made numerous raidson
: clearly in a recent issue of the Dix- Geor-
Most of the to Florida
see that the daily menu fills the payments chicken in the past
coops year ing modem
ie County Advocate This is what gia Adair of Palm Harbor lay in age
r needs of the school child as well farmers In the program have already and killed countless chickens.
that paper had to say editorially a Dunedin hospital unaware that
been
as the rest of the family and she made although there
P
t about it her forearm had been BOREE
: right
ampu- FUNERAL
iy will see that the lunch the child are a few that still remain to be TATE HEADSPRESS GROUP: HOME

if' o "Every young boy and girl has at school will be enough to car- paid within the next few weeks tated. The limb was mangled when Full 'lini or Casket A Undertakers
Khould in mind the fine the girl's bicycle collided with an SuppUr.
keep sense ry him through the afternoon.To Mr. Clayton said. DUNNELLON-Tate Powell of AMBULANCE SERVICE
1 1 i of balance and proportion represented -. automobile driven by Mrs. Carey Macclenny was elected president of DAY ANTI NIUHT
''I 1' an active school child 12 Walters of Palm The
by the 4-H objective-Head, RESEARCH. WORK AIDS Harbor. girl the Suwannee River Press Association 53 PHONE 53
I o'clock until 6 Is a long time to
had been informed
not of the
I. Heart Hands, Health. Headtraining REVIVAL LONG STAPLE am- at Its meeting at Rainbow G. H. BENNETT.
i without food and probably Mir.
ii,; alone may produce a bookworm go very COTTON INDUSTRY HERE putation. Her condition was reported Springs Saturday. He succeeds L. "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"WHAT
his healthy appetite will call for re- "
: hand-training, a drudge; as "fair. E. Vause of Williston. Other offi-
enforcement when classes are over
Ili .
.i I heart-training a fanatic; and GAINESVILLE: i n d i cations cers chosen included: W. P. Cha-
training head hand and heart all and play time begins. Again a from the crop of Sea Island cotton KILLED BY ANT POISON vous of Cross City vice-president;

together may yet fail if health is wise mother will'recognize this lUAMIDetl'ctiveVesley Sha-
now being ginned are that there and Eugene Matthews of Starke
fact and provide a satisfying but nahan attributed the death of
neglected. will be ample seed of this long sta- one- secretary-lreusurer. Congressman

t ( ti "Hence, to every boy and girl light mid-afternoon lunch when ple product for Florida plantings year-old Arthur Hamm., Jr., to ant Lax Green told the editors the

we would say, 'Join the 4-H club if school closes for the day. It shouldbe next year says Dr. Wilmon Newell poison> picked up In a portion of Florida ship canal would be com-
served at feast two and one-half his parents' home that had been ,
9 but if director of the State
you can even you can't, we Agricul- pleted.
hours before the evening meal to leased to another family. She quoted -
hope you will aim constantly at the tural Station. He adds .
Experiment
allow time for it to be properly di.. Mrs. Hamm I
as saying the
} { well-rounded personality the 4-H that pure seed are a requisite to NO Bl'S FOR PUPILS K YOUR
ideal represents'." gested. child's death was accidental and
success with Sea Island since mix-
\ The amount will depend on the not the fault of the tenants. The MIAMI School officials were
+ ire fi The Dixie County editor's words ed seeds tend to give poorer staple.
4i!t activity of the child. The boy who child died in a hospital forty-five adamant in their enforcement of a
bespeak! in striking! the
'' t manner lit starting out to play a ball gameor The Experiment Station in co- minutes after he was stricken. state regulation denying transpor-
high aim and purpose of 4-H club operation with the U. S. Bureau of
tation to students within fAVORTSMAGAZINE
compete in a roller-skating race living
work. Such comment Is encourag- Plant Industry and the State Extension MUST CONCEAL CHESTS two miles of their school
; to those may need as much as a peanut butter despite a
ing who have striven and
sandwich milk. I Service has been assisting ORLANDO-A male chestIs "stay home" strike of
'r Li who will continue and a glass of hairy by a group
{ to strive earnestly
f and Fruit and milk: are always good. j for three years in the maintenance nothing to be proud of and certainly elementary pupils. Fifty students
{
successfully for the advancement
of a supply of seed a viI -
: pure returned
for of to their homes
of Florida's rural Such light lunches as these should no sight eyes young yesterday
i 1 and therefore Florida. youth satisfy the child for the rest of the I tal necessity if the Industry- Is to girls, Juvenile Judge Mrs. Martha after a school bus failed to stop for i
continue its
revival. Isolated seed
iP : afternoon and make unnecessarythe Gore commented in asking members them at their usual waiting placea
S Bouider plots have been grown at Gaines
P; Completed, dam is capable constant nibbling or piecing in of the Orlando tennis club to mile and a half from the Kinloch
ville, Leesburg, Brooksvllle and
of holding all the water the which so many children indulge. wear shirts during matches. Club Park school. Some of the parents

ra I' Colorado River can send down in These lunches should not prevent a elsewhere and to growers have been Secretary Clarence Varner said he said their children could remain YOU WILL FIND IT UEKtRctorial
encouraged rogue their fields
a year and a half. good appetite when the 6 o'clock was considering a counter request home until the bus service was restored -
r removing all upland or short staple
dinner is ready. If the children are that boxers and wrestlers be forcedto .
b plants before they bloom. This has
tl F ( ....... not hungry an observant mother met with wear shirts while in the ring. .
widespread success. BO'
Malaria will reduce the afternoon lunch to DILL ASSUMES! POST MCCALI'Sq

6 6 6 such an amount that it does not Interfere Dr. Newell says that experi- ""IO.\PPLE.. tN-
la .1 dare: with the evening meal. ments are being conducted to find JACKSONVILLE Robert J. j B TiFpt, fS

i i COLDSu When there Is too little time for a improved strains of Sea Island ORLANDO-The country's latent Dill Saturday assumed the duties Jnvieiu FARM

T. hearty lunch the amount the child which will produce higher yields dance craze the "big apple," of acting state administrator for ,,/... JOUtiNAL
1' 1 .ALaI.:: JVtSB, fI..t ":' eats be and longer staple than the Sea- will be labeled the "big orange" if the Florida Works Progress Ad-
II.. 80 may quite Insufficient to
'
!I DROP MlYitYTr : ,; carry him through until evening.The brook strain now commonly grown. and when it sweeps Florida. First ministration. Frank P. Ingram on .

-nvb-Mr-Tle.-: Lr.I..t.Worl.'e Beef mid-afternoon meal serves 1r \ Fertilizer spacing and boll weevil Introduction of the dance hit in the his return with Dill from Washington r

1 s control tests also are under way. state's orange belt received a cool : Saturday where he tendered .ff. OASWceNrrj

M. N. Gist agent for the U. S. reception. From A. C. Slaughter his resignation as state administrator -

Bureau of Plant Industry and the Orlando, president of the Orange : to Harry L. Hopkins national Q ab7 Pao.7 tS.rie

r Florida Experiment Station recently Blossom Trail association went a i administrator said he had been offered tteut .+ Vr.
For 0 -
:r Expert RepairingSmith's visited eighteen counties and letter to all Florida chambers of another position In the ad- G Fw+e1C5 Mytin t Y

g found many fields in all counties commerce secretaries. "Why shouldwe ministration staff of the WPA O p a fictar( ifef5&i i

from which It had been necessaryto have a Big apple dance when there. "While I still have that offer M.tta. YM1

rogue only a few off-type plants. we have millions of oranges and a under consideration. I am at O o'ry atal .M ySSSESS//

f I Garage He Rays that proper care in ginningto few apples," Slaughter asked. "If this time pretty well determined to 0 0o( Nina /' "I-

maintain purity of seed will result this thing must be danced in FlorIda decline it and return to the prac- t ; n t.gttll- Yr. 0 p u ] Y

In an ample supply of pure let's call it the 'big orange.." tice of my profession as an attor- ue Q p .Sfry a.nMry a
I seed for 1938.Arrangements. And the "big orange" it will be. In p q 115.Mrr 1 Yr
Phone 120 ney Florida he said. ++ f"itW tt aM Oat, r M.'

11 have been prac- p N + ,,
tically for Ot.e /
completed free classification (t
Wrecker Service Day or Night of samples by a representative A NATIONAL HINDRANCEOne dirt and mire of political chicaneryand try, -v yr,

u of the United States Bureau of of the greatest obstacles In never has principle been sacrificed -

ft Agricultural the way of achieving political in the hope of
Economics and it Is political advantage
believed that in the future buyers righteousness, o r governmental it Is the only tool in the GET WH/1T YOU WANT PAY FOR WHAT YOU&1

will purchase Sea Island on a grade righteousness. Is party loyalty political realm that can be used ( orm .. i OtTZB' Ha t f

T't u 1 basis, paying premium prices for pillions of even the professed followers for the purpose mentioned. Is It This M.._..... IT..| Aa Leas AH F.'"
of Christ In our country are not For Only This 1)ewaap: ... .. for one!
therefore the
longer of better
staple
quality. political duty of }

LEDGER I OUTFIT I IiI cultural The Extension Adjustment Service Administration and Agri-- will so devoted vote for to their its most party unworthy that they every the true others patriot? Just to use as it you and discard reject -- 6 -rom' Croup D t $2.10 3 SSSS5 A }f$2-40

candidates for
are running a test in using : high office rather any useless tool and get one
than vote for persons of sterling that will orrn no. i orm HO. 4
cotton for serve.
bugging from 500 to 700
ThU Ncwipapw. I Y". ,
Tale
LnMagadan
'character and All Yet, I 1r.M j
bales of the long staple this year.It unquestlonad Integrity Ernest Thornquest. A Fot Only M> mlM. I For O"f
Is believed that cotton baggingwill and ability nominated by some ----.A 2 born Croup } 2 Iron Group A > 50
; other Would, Ma oa line .25 Xa9ftla. (JX
party. that 1 $2
be better than Jute keepingthe they SUNNY BROOK FARM from Croup B 3 iron Group B VulyrttiSr
could be led to"realize
the mon-
long staple product free of impurities
I strous culpability and sin of such :Mr's. F. K. Crothj', CorrespondentMrs. NfWSPAPtR Out EAR AND ANY ONE .OF T.HfD
i .
political action Thus. they
I, Every effort Is being made by a '' their sovereign _sanction to the gave legalized : J. R. Kelly and little American nor 2.00 Modem Mechanlx 4 InrH." t;J
number of agencies to assist Ler. 0 American Fruit *
growers Grewq_ 1.7' Motion Picture --
in producing and marketing''' gambling evil etc., sponsored American Magaxlne _______ ,.,, Op. Seedm-PDY..I 7"2,0 1M
| by the party of their choice. week with relatives in Lake Butler B..,.., Homei and Gaid.ni__ 1.00 Opportunity MagauneFar.nl 945
| Sea Island cotton which formerly I II What Is Breeder'. Ga,," ______ 1.70 >' MaqaiinePathlind.r =
i returned millions of dollars annu- a political party anyhow Capper'. memo _______'_ 1.75 (weekly) 111It
I so far as the general run of Mrs H. M. McRae of Pine Level Child Life j.jj Phyiloal Culture --- _"'
|1 ally to Florida growers and then citizens ChrtiUcm Herald __________ i.90 Photoplay -
Is
concerned ? It should be
r spent Wednesday with her CoW..'. .
almost disappeared as a result of daughter Weoklr loJO Pictorial Re-lew -" 111
'I i regarded as simply a tool to be Mrs. 1.. A, Crosby. Country Roan I T- 1.71 Popular Mechanlci III
infestation by the boll weevil. The Delineator __
1 1.2' Popular Iclence Monthlr--
: the I WPA State Department of Agriculture used in the political realm to bring Mr. and Mrs. Tate Crosby and DlNle Poultry Jo mal_ .71 Hadle, Kiwi (technical)- 'UI}II
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about the right conditions in our Farm loumal. t 7".0 lI.dl>ooll Maqaiine
and county agents assisted I' son William, and Mr. and Mrs. I Field and ."-".. 1.6S He-lew ol BeTlewl .. ,.45
in boll weevil control work this country. Any party not willingto Floyd Crosby and children spent Flower Grower. ____ a.4. "-- Leo jjereenlaad
F. : I serve this purpose should be Home Aril, Needlocrait 1.10 Screen Play
R.UBY year the Department of Agriculture shunned the Saturday afternoon in Brooker as Ko.... and Gardoe .... 50... >reee) pop Jooport )
Is aiding in ginning as pestilence by all guests of Mr.\ and :Mrs. Colonel Kobold M......... 1.70 Afleld I 1.1
who have the honor of God and the Crosby. Ufcerty WeeWy .... 1I0 ueeeeetal. F.Gtntlemtnt ....... .- --
tions and improvements, JMaeel .... a1... 2 ii
,
I I Ll.rm1
t / An ncepIIoaal-alul' Coo-tote ellooc State Marketing Board has opera-I welfare of their country at heart. Mrs. A. H. Johns of Starke spenta NeCcdl. ---....'... .... w..o'i W..t -- J

'i1 I leej ).dg.r binder, 200 l Ieclg_ ed a man to help market the And any party openly and honestly while Tuesday with Mrs.
e".. 411 .hoot* tad A-Z, 26 divi-lo-i l..t-_ committed to serving this pur- Floyd C 4P4 Irr
Crosby.
tab Indra.Bound la durable1m1latlaa Il I Boll weevil damage has been pose has the heaven-ordained rightto

.thr, color red or black SUM. light for the last three years but expect their support. James Norman who has been |
,
t back with automatic locking deYice. Dr. Newell says this pest Is still a working in the south returned'
; Applying this principle -
t Push button for quick opening: no key required. Sheets are white threat to the industry and be practically home last I
must week
{ Ivoryd-le. ledger paper, ...4 lubilanc. Sheet t itie 6 x 9j j_ Incbee. to our country today what to enter Bradford' (
I send r
:' |j combutted persistently and Intel-)! ,;i' do we find? The two major par County High School. 1 enclose t,for which please I Ith.

,. ), ai titxk Ne li..cnptu. Ptla "ciaC.:0008 gently It did heavy damage to' ties are chips off the same block. Mr and Mrs. Tate Crosby and I mag.iin I ban checked together with yA I

p "j l' ::: flu.1!: Ledger O.aU1t1ed $4.00 the late bloom and bolls In experimental > Both are equally unwilling to serve son. William Floyd Crosby and Mr year's lubicrlptUn to your ntwipaptr II I INlme
plantings at Gainesville
1 : this high purpose in anything like and Mrs Marcus Conner and H. I
: 0200'7 Ruby t.dn.y OuIM- .Black 400L during
August. its fullness, and of nil the minor ,' Kelly attended church at New -- .-----
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parties. only one la openly and 'er last Friday night. B'I

definite purpose and should be whole-heartedly committed to it. I :Mr and Mrs J, T QUigley Street or R. F. D I
I
L BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH planned with the same degree cf This minor party has steadfastly Starke attended church at Corinth I I
regularity that I held to its Its ban- .- Town --
governs breakfast high purpose. last Sunday. Mr. Quigley gave a'I Ii and State J
I I lunch, and dinner. ner has never been trailed in theo i very interesting talk.
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SEPTEMBER 21. 1937

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r.\1UUr. ((unCH: Ex-Slave Who Served With Governor PerryIn 1- j Ji( BRANCH Mr and Mrs. J, C. Sapp spent Tuesday. Mr and Mrs. Russell. Redding

't1 n \ LIT CHURCh{ Civil War ;)I Elizabeth Hiu-nag-r, Cor. the week-end at Sampson City and Miss Melba demons\ spending; and little son spent Sunday with
i Rev. ('. D. Dies At Union County HomeUnion were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eston a few days at Jacksonville visiting Mrs. Redding's mother, Mrs. Jean
Sunday school. 10 0 clock a. m.. Brown. friends and relatives.EVERGREEN. Gaskin,

[ Thomas. Supt. ( County Times) Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dobbs of Ala- Lloyd Johns of Graham was the ..- 1
J. chua and Mrs. Arch Dobbs t .I
ul *lamlDg Worship 11 a. ra. Callie Williams, 05-year old ex- and son dinner' guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ic 1
U. meets at 6:30: p. m. slave said to have been a BOOTSEY'S BEACH Alton of Raiford were visiting J. Sapp Saturday Hazel DirKnoii. '

n Eveatng Worship 8:00: p.m. servant of Governor Madison personal Perry Miss EffleCrawford, Cor. A. Harnage and family recently.Mr. I 3i.. and Mrs. Eston Brown of Mr*. I.'. \. Rosier, CorrespondentMrs. Hazel I Dlckson five-year-old

fs. Teachers MeetIng Wednesli during the Civil War, died at his and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and I Sampson City were the guests of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
7'13 m. home mile children of the State Farm were' Mr. und Mrs. J. C. Sapp Friday 1''
p. Wed- a northwest of Lake A large crowd from this section Gladys Thompson and lit Dickson, died early Monday mornIng -
li ld.week Prayer Bervlce- Butler visiting relatives in this section night. tle daughters, and Sallie after '
h ) Wednesday of last week. attended church at Union Sunday Mary after a brief Illness. Besidesher
r, aaJoY 5:00: P-m'_ Williams was the father of twentytwo Mrs. Abe Starling and two sons Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Miss Bertice Norman is visiting spending the past two weeks parents she .s su...cved by four
children and Gladys Green and Donnie relatives at Palatka.Mr. here with Mrs. Thompson's brolh-
it METHODIST CHURCH reared three stepchildren of near Macclenny, R. A. Walker of brothers and three sisters. Funeral
Mae Green were visiting Miss Elizabeth Purvis of er-in-luw and sister, Mr. and Mrs '
'6 WA.. Fisher, Faster near Live Oak, and Mrs. J. H. Kel- and Mrs. Green services were held at the grave In
L Rev School10 a. m. According to local people who ly of Brooker attended the annual Harnage Saturday after Heilbronn were the guests of her Schellie Rosier, left Sunday for Do the Dyal Cemetery Tuesday morn-
Sunday knew noon. parents Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Knight, ver. Ing.
lorDing Worship- a. m. him Williams served meeting at Union Church Satur- i
League-7:15; p. m. throughout the Civil War with day and Sunday and spent Satur --

'h i Evening Epwoith Worship-8 p. m. Colonel Madison Perry of Alachua day night with Mr. and Mrs. R. N. MORE SCENES THAT WILL ADVERTISE THIS SECTION

it Prayer meeting Wednesday at County, who was governor of FlorIda Crawford.Mrs. .

id f p. I.You. when the State seceded from Jean Gaskins has been very Recently Four Pages of the Booklet Printed To Advertise Bradford County Were Reproduced, t
invited to all these serv- the Union. At times when the Confederates ill for the few
are past days and her
x e. were hard pressed he friends wish her a speedy recovery Below Are the Remaining Four Pag es, Featuring Various Farm Crops

would be given a musket to help Mrs. Russel Redding her For Which This Co unty Is Famous'TOBACCO
t' rlj Church
'a
bjt out with
Pre the
fighting. It is related. daughter, of Evergreen section Is
't Rev. George H. Lowry Pastor Several bills were Introduced in the visiting at the bedside. '

sunday Services: legislature to secure a pension for Mrs. Clyde Starling and baby BRADFORD

s 10 00 a. m. Sabbath School. him, but his war service could not from near Lawtey spent the week- COTTON 3 COUNTY

11:00: a. m. Morning Worship. be substantiated by the records as end here with her mother, Mrs. J. \
4 30 p. m. Young People's Vesper he was a personal servant and not Roy Quinn. CA TTLE STAND-BYS

n Service. enrolled as a soldier. His loyalty I

Sermonette by Pastor. to his "white fo'ks" during the war WOODL AWN I

Midweek Service: and his trustworthiness and honesty + FEW PEOPLE STOP TO REALIZE
d 7:30 p m. Mission Study. during later days earned for him Mr*. .\, J. Yarbrough, Cor. I THAT( TOBACCO CAN RH UAI ED PROFITAHt.Y -

8 30 P m. Prayer Service. the respect of both white and col d4 rt 1 ., #. w r a +N t. 'rte Syrs, a F" FLORIDA.. BUT IT IS A FACT
ored. I ?*s'd' ,, ., Ma.aJ' .+.(c ON THE Mil-Ill. ROLLINO LAND IN THI3
aA P
1 Kumntooil. Baptist Church I Rudolph Chism was visiting Mrs. WESTERN PART OF BRADFORD COUNTV -
It... I- (i. Hemingway Pastor Seventy-five descendants were I N. M. Bradley of Starke Friday r! INDUSTRIOUS FARMERS A R 15PI.ANTIM1
e Services every Sunday. Bible left to mouru the passing of this and Saturday. ,j' LARGER AND LARGER
d .udy 10:13: : a. m. Services at 3:30: kindly old colored man. Intermentwas A large crowd l from this section ACRE.UIES OF THIS FRAGRANT LEAF
i click in afternoon. in the colored cemetery at Ft. attended church at Union Saturdayand "cT EVERY YEAR.: Tilts! Hi ONE CROP
Call after funeral services at the :Sunday.The THAT ALMOST INEVITABLY FIND.-- A
BAPTIST CHURCH READY \RKET AND A STEAT
e BETHEL Lake Butler Colored Methodist people of this section are
t ruinTIIK: immiiT LEAF TORACVO
L. .\. Donnley, rutorServlce.i
t Kcv. Church. I to revolt that Miss\ Alma I SEC'i
first sorry I liO\VN IN THIS SECTION: HANKS
every Sunday.
Johns has been sick for the past fist TO NONE, AND HUNDREDS OF
School, 2:30: p. m.
Sunday "Aunt Onie" Williams, widow of week. II ACRES OF (iOOl TOBACCO LAND
and Servicesvery
Bible Study Prayer 4' AWAITS TIIK MAN WHO HAS THE
Callie Williams could remember Mr and Mia. Jeff Williams and I ?
[ Saturday night. S SMALL. AMOUNT NKCESSAUY: TO PURCHASE
little of family of Gainesville
what Callie had told her were visit- .
"
A BRADFORD COUNTY FARatg
t !St. Murk1 Episcopal Church of his experiences In ante-bellum ing Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey Sut- |

Morning prayer and Sermon one days and during the war. She is urday.Mr. .

second and fourth Sundays at his second wife, sixty-seven years and Mrs. Angas Davis and g fj ; 'Y r
Is. m. Holy Communion Saints old and was working in the field children of Graham, were the '. Dr 4py M,+ f aW'as Q 1 ,4

Pays at 10 a. m. Litany and choir when the Times reporter went out week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.

[practice every Friday night at 7:30: to obtain some Information in regard W. R. Kersey. a

i. m. to the colored man who serv- Mr, and Mrs. H. Keene and children 1)a. y'
ed as personal servant for a distinguished of Shamrock were visiting AFTER SEVERAL! YEARS OF ECLIPSE, > y'w 1.
(hrhtUn Church Florida gentleman during relatives in this section Saturdayand THB, SEA ISLAND COTTON INDUSTRY IS
Christian Church ( O IIS0 HACK TO STAY. EKFKCTIVK ; shIL
at the
Services the Civil War. Sunday.
':ANN OF ROLL WI! I \'II. CONTROL
Sunday morning and evening Miss Edna Johns of Jacksonvillewas
[
very HAVE MADE THIS NO
Callie was born in slavery near TINY PEST
]al t eleven and seven o'clock respectively. Atlanta, Ga., she stated and was visiting her parents Sunday. LONIIKK A TIIIM1 TO HE FEARED.I .
r Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns were AST: :SEASON BRADFORD COUNTY
sold to Govermor Perry's family
visitors to Baldwin Sunday. OROWERS: I1ROSSEO: ISO.flOU FROM 1,10
when just a child. An aunt and
KlnJ: I..t Lake Baptist Church ACHES OF THIS PROFITABLE CROP.
Rev. Ivan Bohannan, Pastor possibly other members of his fam- BUS SCHEDULE STARKE NOW HAS A CO-OPERATIVE
Preaching services every fourth ily were bought at the same time, SouthboundNo. tll.V, OWNED BY THE C1ROWERS.R .
and brought to the Perry planta-
unday, 10:30: o'clock A. M. tion In Alachua County, near Lock 205-Due Starke 5:13: : p.m. ......- ....

Lucie. No. 207-Due Starke 11:45: p.m. \.;\ .,. :
No. 203-Due Starke 12:15 .
I : p.m. .. '
She was uncertain about the "'. .
No. 201-Due Starke 10:20 ; ".
: a.m.
BOB JONESComments > campaigns in which he accompa- NorthboundNo. ,
I nied his master, but was certain oJI ,

On Here that he served throughout the war. 202-Due Starke 1:SO p.m. j
I He was at the battle of Olustee No. 201-Due Starke 4:15: pro.1

And HereafterAt she stated and she remembered No. 206-Due Starke 9:15: p.m. r S..5 ey noon CA'l'TI..1A'n: ONE (it.' THE l

I hearing him speak of a march to No. 208-Due Starke 3:33: : a.m. 'I SAFEST: AND MOST PROFITABLE INVESTMENTS -

Hills a little communIty Gainesville and seeing a large rio 214-Due Starke 8:05: a.m. : THAT CAN BE: !MADE.THERM .
In Alberta. Canada, Is located I' quantity of syrup poured on the Starke Bus Agent: Beasle-Y'sl : AllE: MANY:-: WEI.L-Tfl-IMJ !MEN

he Prairie Bible Institute which I ground to keep it from falling into Service Station, opposite court- I IN BRADFORD. COUNTY! .. TODAY TO
TESTIFY TO 111'l'1. !MEN: WHO
ii one of the most remarkable Institutions hands of the Yankees. house. STARTED OUT WITH SMALL' H''5101.34'.
in the world. The Institution I After the war Callie went to Ft. lH 1ULTA LI.Y IMPROVED THEM ON
was founded October 9, Call In this county and married a "''ItEE: 1\NO I': AT PRACTICALLY NO
1922. It is not a large institution woman with three children. By fXI't: :S-II'::. ANH TODAY FIND THEM.::
and measured by the standards of | her he was borne twelve children -s .' SELVES; IN: POSSESSION: OF A LITERAL
"FORTUNE ON THE HOOF ." THEIRE.XPERIENCE
the woiKI. U would not be considered six of whom are living. After death 4
a, ;. Ivs t : CAN till: YOURS IF YOU
measured of his first wife Callie moved to
but ac-
a 8I1cce.s. j ARE: FORESKIHTUD: ENOUOH; TO TAKE
(cording to God's standards the the thirty-acre farm near Lake v s( Fa- APVANTAI1E OF' THE: OPPORTUNITY. .; .
Prairie Bible Institute has "ac- Butler and married Onie who bore u act E i of 71 "(.+'.r".?d 1:'t h4gr. IM1 \\ONHEIl: THE"' WELL-OFF: CATTLEMAN :

jcomplished' wonders." At this time ten children, all of them living. ,Ryo.N, ii ( sa&s**, 1h} !r xw 4 y4, F .r F KtCi IS A PERSON TO UK a: ENVIED.:
I
there are approximately one hunIdred I He liked to talk about his exper' Ys

missionaries In many parts of fences during the war, It is stated, rt r! eaii '
I the world who were trained within and had a deep-seated devotion for 7Je,
I the wall of this little Institution. "Marse Periy" who died shortly be- e -. v... ."

lUany institutions In America have tore the end of the war. A friend r 47OGE Strawberries

great wealth and worldly prestige. I showed him a picture of the governors 4 'r
Ibut few if them nave spiritual',
of Florida some time ago.
power The institutions that stand
Tears of gladness came into the oldman's JACKSONVILLE
I for the Word of God and evange.
I eyes when he saw one of the
Illcal orthodoxy and the old time PERHAPS: EVERY AHRICULTURAL
I religion should have the support I group. "That s old Marse, he ex" GARNITI ANDREWS Mr.arr CENTER HAS ITS SPECIALTY AND IN
claimed. "That's Marse Perry BRADFORD, (COUNTY OF ('OtJRSEIT'S,
and prayers of Christian people ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT w *.
I throughout and seemed overjoyed to see a like odwn,Inprool Awl U the world. As the presIdent ness of his master w.. hdro..dl. Ewer rec .id, .,b ..ridrA..r EVERY TRUCK CROP AND
of a college that believes In loll rsIs r,Millnf fai, r.dlo, ll.H.ji EVERY -VARIETY OF' FRUIT TREE
Itheolil, time religion and the Cos Callie enjoyed good health untila er.dear....Ewp 8.4 .sh lanmaa,, WILL GROW HERE. IT IS FROMSTRAWHERRIie
I pal of Christ. I congratulate the few weeks ago. Then he had a .se. M4 Halo.,, l la.r i R>miln| k. THAT THIS SECTION:

I Prairie Bible Institute and every stroke and lay between life and .a. w.r.vIh.r.AIR CONDITIONED DERIVES: ITS CHIEF CLAIM: TOKAMI

[other Institution upon which rests death. Wednesday night of last COCKTAIL tOUNOI CORES SHOP -:. YIAR.OF EXPERIENCE: HAVE
the week the death angel came, releas- AND MHUNO ROOMS TAl'flllT FARMERS HERE NOT Tf
I blessing of
Almighty God. R.Ir-SW..R1 FYlwa.Lgli1
the humble to PLANT BERRIES TO THE ENTIRE EXCLUSION
ing loyal spirit join
/ Raw Stoo SO R.SLSO
C e e OF OTHER TRUCK CHOPS
Its beloved "Marse Perry. .... q 00 U R.w SIJON BUT IT HAS ALSO BEEN PROVEN THA'r
Not many men even Christians, l. i .r1) 1).r S Sloe A KM\'ALL ACREAC.E: ON EACH; FARM:
_
have real appreciation of true value. The origin of tea has become apart ki.s..1w dwM. rerro ]IS A PAYING INVESTMENT;< : IN IIOOO
It is so easy In this materlal- of Chinese mythology. Its discovery a I POUND M IAHH: : THIS CROP AI..NrtltlllHT: .
Itatlc world to think of values In dates back to several thou rr! No Eo arte BKI.VII THREE-QUARTERS; OF A MILLION

I the terms of the material. We talk sand years B. C. I DOLLARS INTO THE: COUNTf.' w
I of tine buildings of stocks and

[ hands and banks and real estate.

Thwio' things have little value InCOIllPUI'llion
r r 4 '
a.a
with the Gospel and
A
Christian faith. In fact, the material -

"ora universe has no value apart END BOOKKEEPING WORRIESwith
the
spiritual. That! which is
material cannot satisfy the soul. 5i
All the gold on earth cannot comfort -

It broken heart. It Isn't gold, -H :
I It Is ALLFACTScomplete
dOing Cod thu world needs. "He la r
fine
He Is making a good ,

about 1B101). someone said not long ago _ _
u triend. Men can make good
"lanes and live lives of failure. bookkeepingoutfit

Liare the boy?" I asked an
man one day. "My sons are '' .Z
doing ,. Wq rt r"t 11
well A Ail
in a business way. I S' 1 1t
think all of them are saved. I am

flit especially! 'Interested In theirwelfare 50

hnanrial ntere'ted but I am greatly Full Instructions and $ 3
In their'
spiritual InctJd2L1 -
growth the Specimen Pages
old
man said. He had I
the
piper l ) I idea and the right apI I In Each C ltt: early
I"1"" *:,
n of values.
i

A -. It Sows every day !h:;'/ rr.ucli, : money is due you

PI ana' to manufacture)ry In Lives pool rubber, England boots and how much you GLv3, T.intcd headings for I
l'tor
tYt I d to protect them against I every transaction. AGO r :,J F: :=: 3493 with month/!
Olt. It .
summary sheets, on-: 1 -=M3 account, and

I balance stet! in--: .es boorffceep'ria: I r t i .:. 1 j rai. r' g aSM f dA
4hufap4/NSUQAAk'F
simple! and ccurBRADFORD .
IHtoWER.- hi Kitl; :. AT TOP LEFT: : SWEET ('(ifN. A CROP AN UNDEVELOPED: INDUSTRY IN WHICH SOME: : :MANUFACTURER -
4 THVT NO OOOD FARMER: EVER FAILS TO PLANT HE: CAN '
( 01'1." :MA KE A f''HTLrNI''r IIIOIIT fIJ IOCAR..
C I lSp2ver* preserfptlon Colds TELEGRAPH ALWAYS SPILL: WHAT HE: DOES: NOT NEED HIMSELF: AT BAKE PLANTS. MII.r.loto': THEM:: IICOWINf! PI..\NTH FOIl
": ) InfluenzaI COUNTY TOP IlKiHTi IRISH POTATOES.. : PKOVI.NO.; AGAIN THE: .END-: KHIPMK.NT: TO NORTHERN: KTATES: I I.4 A Ct>MP. VRATIVELYNEW
", i, stores 250 or send 1.1.;..!.'* POSSIBILITIES' : .. BRADFORD COUNTY NULL AT NEW, BUT 1'J.t'IT.LJIXDl'STU: \ FOR BRADFORD SOIL

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.fl'1)Y'CANOVA- -WIVES! INSIDE- f BOARD WILL r Begin Making TagsEven The cotton ranked gin and the the spinning most I Charley Keller \I'h( voppedn
jenny lire among University f
of
It ff Bradford County Telegraph DOI'K ON: HERSELF I hUartar., ,
iii CLEAN SLATE though license plate-for woiId-shaking inventions almost I Newark Boars, Is E'XI11"le"0 l I
i' 1938 supposed to begin roll- simultaneously. l Ish the season with \ I
t !.. Established 1877 (Continued from Page One) I were 'h Yankeh
; ,, ."' I TO GET READY FOR ing from State Penitential'y factory -
I START OF NEW FIST molds at Raiford, September
i MEM.BERI I was twelve. At fourteen I practically t
( dragged mother with me to I CAL YEAR 15. workmen there under direction LICENSE NOTICEUnder
r >RIDr\PRESS ASSOCIATION I of Jim Ritch were unable to begin
New York that time was
By
Clerk of Court A. J. Thomas yes .
: I \) dancing and it turned out that I terday said the Board of Bradford making license plates until Wednesday the provisions of Senate Bill 017, Acts ol HUT:!
LI1, tea.. 3oturand 3Cou'da'' ; was a natural-born contortionist. Commissioners!' will meet of this week. Cutting: of firm or corporation shall engage In or manage any biihin Ilrfrror fr*'
"Mother got alarmed watching County Iron and getting other mLnor occupation for which an occupational license tax in ,,uir.m"h :
.- Published I Fridays and Entered as Second Clas. own head.Couldn't Thursday, September 30, in the works done was begun September Act or other law of this State, unless a State Licenm ,,' !': pytr'
Weekly on me sitting on my business stele
t fr court house here to complete .
County License, or County License, as the case be V a
i 15, and at the rate of 10,000 license may I 1, :Matter at the l fast t Office at Starke, Florida I see what future there was for the fiscal year of 1936-37, total procured from the Tax Collector of the County where Ui,,. ,have,
state's
the PI.C"
In that, so she took me back hometo which ends with this month. The plates H day, Incas may be located, or where the profession or occupa<> of J b
I.
E. L. Matthews _________ ,_____ ____Editor and Owner school. Down there I taught clerk said routine matters will be of about 500,000 Is after expected,November to be gaged In, or from the Comptroller or State Treasure* 1- may, be',;
) dancing to earn some money, and cleared up so that the (board might completed shot try for by this Act, or any other law of this State, which ii, .-nse prove
SUUSCKII'TION KATE one of the places I taught was In enter the forthcoming fiscal year 1. Issued: to each person, firm or corporation upon receipt! ,. ,the IIhall an"',
I + the school at Orlando run by the with a "clean slate", -- hereinafter provided. '
Oppose
.4L ;!, Yearly $1.50: Six Months. 73c-Pa'able in AdvanceAdvertising father of Vilma and Buddy Ebsen The first meeting of the new fiscal May GreenThe Section TRADING IN TANGIBLE PERSONAL!;\ rUipppTv)
I :: "Meanwhile I wasn't learning In Includes. the buying, bartering, serving or '
; Hates on Application year will be held here Monday, Lake City Reporter a recent selling or,
n chandi.se or other personal
mother said all property, not
much and
1 finally October 4, it was said. Issue stated that R W. Far- licensed i"
1
Chapter 16848 (Chain Store and Gross
t.. I right, she'd give me one full yearIn No unusual matters are expectedto nell, former mayor and well- Section 6-SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS. Receipt'

a WILL NEW LAWS HE THE END OF "JOOKS"? New York and she hoped that come before the board September known attorney of Lake City Is Any person engaged in performance of some- nc> ,,
.w would be the end of all this silly :30: but it is expected that a considering running for congress public for compensation.Section rvic for

I J 1 ; a 'i A note of hope is sounded by the Ocala Banner in a recent stage talk. "house cleaning" will be under next year In opposition to RePresentative 7-MANUFACTURING, PROCESSING, QUARRYING:: ii

r ') Issue 'that contained the following headline: "New License Couldn't Get a Raise gone to prepare for the new fiscal R A. Green, of Starke ING. '. :
manufacturers.
All
I ::4 t Law Might Force Out Many Jooks." The Banner goes* on tot Zeke"A year and was I got plenty.together.Anne You and year for Bradford'.-County../. WHY,WORRY '"-J F Section 8-CITRUS OPERATORS PACKING OR CANXrvn: I: Ar,.I
} j CULTURAL PRODUCTS.Fruit ,
say that effective October 1 slot' machines will be outlawed in know the Village Barn and the SUPERVISORVIEWS How many people we all know or vegetable packing houses, '

"' ; Florida and on the same date operators of places "where Nut club down In Greenwich VII who spend their lives In worrying: Operators of citrus groves for others,

lancing i is engaged in" will be required. to pay a state and lage? Well, we worked at those PROJECTSALL'.ElVETcbUNTY about things that never happen: Canning Plants.!
t places twenty weeks, quit becausewe .Worrying Is* the-:most fruitless of Section, INTANGIBLES.. ,,
i+l( y county license totaling $150. couldn't get a raise and went ROOMS VISITKD -.SEWING .human ocdupatinns. Worrying: Includes lending money, dealing In moi..tga!; j,. 11111,19 t*
a The Ocala newspaper calls: attention to the fact that the Into vaudeville.\ about.something; which has not yet and other negotiable paper of all kinds

'. ,4 new license is in addition to the regular beer and wine license They traveled pretty much all Mrs. 'Clara, Ilogan of Jackson happened will not avert It,T! ii.l., Section PROFESSIONS.Practitioners of .the professions.. ,
nine times out of ten the
..0.50 the restaurant license (if they sell over the country for a year then ville, area supervisor for the worn- thlitgs Section CONTRACTORS OF ALL KINDS
which amounts to $ ,
worrying comeoff.
+ about
1 N returned for a spot in the revue we are never
en's work projects 6f the WPA Building, plumbing, painting, electrical load ','
sandwiches) of from :?;::8 to $15 and the cold drink license, titled Calling All Stars It wasn't was 'a visitor., to JUaike" sewing i Section 19-SLOT MACHINES.AH .

11 I ; which Comptroller J. :M. Lee will collect at the rate of $10 plus a great success, but it brought centers and- others in the county Worrying has Its roots in fe!}!;. machines or devices operated by Inscitlon 't i ""Jln,.
their first chance at Hollywood, Monday. Really: courageous people do nut* profit.
} sales.
Pl one-half of
on
one percent gross
,1. ; with Warner Crothers contract give away to worry. Most Section 20--AMUSEMENT DEVICES.
i Altogether it appears (providing these various license Judy doesnt like to talk, about Inspection trips to the five Ing Is due to too lively an 'lMfgInatlon. Any and all recreational device01'! Contrivances e\i
rooms>>, now "employingeightysix coin machines.
laws that eat drink, dance, and that experience. Bit parts In a Those who Indulge in Worrying operated
enforced) "jooks"-the ,
are In Bradford County, was made The Section BOARDING HOUSE. LODGING HOU I-;. HOTEL
( fill with gasoline places-are going to have a tough time couple of poor pictures, a few sewing room projects are busily are usually. soft-hearted sentimental APARTMENT HOUSE.
up shorts-and she was all washed folks
up who do not have a
''K R of it. No one begrudges a man an honest living, but many of with the movies. I winter engaged, which in making will be distributed clothing for to realistic outlook on life. Every ing house person, lodging engaged house in the, hotel business or apartment of operating house a boi t

JLU the "jooks," while apparently within the law, are no great Then the Ziegfeld Follies, anda needy WPA and welfare clients. Most worriers have an overly Ing beds for ten or more persons.
will be better influence year on the air with Paul Whit strong sense of personal responsibility Section 22-FORTUNE TELLERS. .
+ : credit to the community and their absence a Ills Ruth Johnson, county supervisor
man. Paramount offered a two for other people.' Their high Every fortune teller, clairvoyant, palmist, astrologer( c1nologlst '
of sewing said this
; I t than their presence ever was. picture contract and Judy panicked'em week that Starke's rooms project is giving sense of duty leads them to tear .healer, character mental reader spirit medium absent treat
or healer and
at A stranger, entering Starke from the north along Road in Artists and Models, a current employment to forty women, that they have in some way been< occupation of a similar nature.every person engaged In
( kind of town release. Now she has an even with the' remiss in their obligations to oth-) Section 23-DANCING..
wonder what
IS 13 on a Saturday night, must just : Hamplon sewing room
4i better part In Thrill of a Lifetime, the second ffS. -v ,, Every who operates for
l he is getting into. Once he has entered the main part of employing largest number person a profit any place wi
and a crisp new seven-year con- I of seventeen. :Most chronic worries are con dancing Is engaged In or entertainment such us van
town, however, the general cleanliness and orderliness of tract. .. cerned about their personal he lth. programs or exhibitions, la provided

things must be a pleasant surprise to him after running the They live in apartments. Judy GUN CLUB Many have worried themselves into The Tax Collector is authorized and empowered to Issue a H in
directed to all and !
singular the Sheriffs of the
State of Florid!,,,
has one with her mother; Anne premature' graves Whatever Is co
gantlet of "jook row. mandlng" them and each of them to levy upon and nell
and Zeke live in a couple more; SCORES wrong with the bodily machinery personal property of the person liable for said tax within any his real
-Q and Pete and his wife tent a la made worse by worrying aboutit. tlve jurisdiction. resw!'

CHINA CONFLICT MAY BOOST TUNG OIL INDUSTRY fourth. "We talked about Just buy- i I The regular Starke Gun Club I hud nothing whatever to do with the passing of the law. I
is over-worked the old one Ing an apartment house and saving shoot, held Thursday afternoon of There are very few things which ,appealing for the cooperation of every person, firm 01 corporation
as
Probably no quotation so last week attracted a large number can to fected, that it not be
money. Mtaa Canova said. "ButI happen anyone that are may necessary for me to exercise. my authoriti
i, ,, about its being an ill wind that blows nobody good. The reason think I'll buy a house." of shooters and spectators worth worrying about. To advise the premises. )

''s ti ', however is that it is so inevitably true. It even seems "We live separately because we among them quite a few out-of. people to stop worrying: Is not to C, A. KNIGHT, Tax Collector,
Bradford out of the like to do different things. I don't towners. advise them to take no precautions Bradford County, Starke, Florida.
now that some good may come to County
go around much, partly becauseI Among the locals. Maxie Carter against the future. Careful, fore-
., ++ +C war between Japan and China. This conflict may mean the don't know many people here. and H. M. Rlcharde tied for first sighted people are seldom worriers.

t end of the long struggle for success of the growing'tung oil Some of my Hollywood friends place with each breaking fortytwoout They face the present with a stout FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
r J industry in this country. criticize me. They think I'm an of fifty. Neal Avery, Jr. was heart and the future with the calm Many. Years Experience Muke It Possible" for ;Ale to Knidrr;
old mudslunkie because I don't go next with a,score of forty out of assurance that all the world expects EFFICIENT
1 PROMPT and COURTEOUS t : :\ I( K:
E China i is now the main source for this highly productivelittle around a lot just to be seen. I fifty. Other high scorers were W. of anyone Is to do the best MODERATE PRICES

} nut whose oil is utilized in the production of high grade can't figure any connection between P. Smith, Sr., R P. Witt, and Cap he can. And they I let I the dead past DeWITT C. JONES '

.: t. j varnishes. More than one hundred million pounds of this oil, being gawked at in the. Avery bury its dead Live Oak Demo., Starke, Florida.
Trocadero and doing a job of actIng In a special extra shoot Saturday crat.
valued at around has been imported into this
$13,000,000,
I) ; in a picture. But Hollywood Is afternoon Tommy Williams provedthe
I q, country in recent ;years.! So far American trees produce only like that best aim, and quickest fingeron

;a about 2,000,000 pounds., yearly. "Sometimes I get awfully tired the trigger. with a score of 102
of people. Do you ever have an out of 123. R. P. Witt was next )
LI Because of the fact that in China the trees wild
grow
impulse to go off and find a clean with eighty-two out of 100, then,
I and the nuts can be harvested at a low cost the industry! in place: to die? W P. Smith, Sr. with a score of S

ti 4i America with a high wage t cale:; has had 1 an uphill fight. "Pictures are fun, though. Harder ninety-six out of 125, Sam An.ler-. J
than: et:.<110. but much more fun.
high scores were Morgan Rlcharde,
Now however, with the conflict raging and an embargo on S
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This Is the first time I've ever ninety-six out of 100, Sam Andersen O H
I Chinese exports tung oil production here might have a wet ked with a crowd of people my with thlrty-elghCout of fifty,
1 t chunce. I Io age- nieanote Whitney and Johnny and W. B. Granger, thh ty-four out
H i :v Down and Betty Grable." of fifty
Miss Canovu's singing and yodeling Last Thursday week, September \EJR
? HOW THE STKAWKEIWY COTS ITS NAME voice goes to G above high 9, Eldredge :Smith::; scored forty- Free Phone s..1

r'' t Like almost everyone else, we always supposed that the C- which Is very high Indeed. Sheaffects three out of fifty to win high place I I & SON

word "strawberry" name attached to the luscious: product the nasal hillbilly twang. for the afternoon next was Fred Delivery 45 ul rot
of course, but her southern accentIs Moore thirty-eight out of fifty Dr.
+c from which' Bradford County derives its chief claim natural enough. Keeps up her J, W Brownlee fitty-three out of J

fame-was" derived from the practice of placing straw to\\ dancing practice and Is even seventy-five and W. P. Smith, Sr

mulching, placed around the plants in order to keep the studying bullet, but she hun t sat seventy-four'out of 100. MATCHES 3 Boxes l lOc Jito"Pkg. 5c
on her head In
I years. The shoots were held at the old
as clean as possible from dirt. However, in thumbing through "When I found that audiences airport aboirt'. one mile north of _. .
e some old files of the Telegraph this week I made she \\'IIOLE' GRAIN ... --
l+, we came upon a laughed when faces. e..;... .USI M

short interesting theory: as to the derivation of the name. said, "I figured it was a lot simpler RICE 5 Lbs. 1&
to twitch rrr r r FLOUR 73
The writer says: throw myself all an out eyebrow of joint.than to town.WZ THEATRE 24-lhs. $

It is generally taught by horticultural authors that the She likes poetry and tennis and QUART

strawberry is so called because of straw being placed between big meals and amateur photography. STARKE FLORIDAPROGRAM BANANAS 10 Lbs. 25c
f But when she makes a lot of RELISH J9c
the.rows in culture in order to keep the fruit clean. It does money Judy Canova wants to buya NO. 2 CAN8-.<;JTAND\UD PACK

not seem to have occurred to these' philologists that the big library and do nothing but

strawberry must have had a name when wild and before it read.. _-- .... TOMATOES Can 6c POTATOES
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-- IScNIE
il- was introduced to culture. The explanation is evidently a ., WATERSPOUT SAVED LIFE

r mere afterthought a shrewd guess. It appears by a recent OF BRADFORD COUNTY MAN CATHENS -

jR i English writer" that its name in these earlier times was (Continued From Page One) Lb. I 16c rLWFSE: I.h. 20

"strewberrie, strew or stray being much the same as our per, but fried without salt and lard.

'' word "walking about." We call a native fern the "walking bfr'. Cone started to hunt fuel for 1 WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF PRODUCE

fern" because it roots at the tips, and then takes a fresh the stove. In a corner he found- I -
glory be!-a box packed with edibles
start with a new frond which again roots, and in time the of many kinds. They had been CHICK PILI.Ii\B'RY

plant "walks" or strays a long way from its parent. The bought at Guilford Roberts' store
STEAK Lb. 12c FLOUR 20-lbs. Jc 8
4 strawberry "walks" by its runners precisely in the same way, and deposited In the mill house by
the owner, who had to have
come
and if it occur to a modern to call this fern the "walking
corn ground, then had been forgot FRI.-SAT. SEPT. 24-83
fern" there is no reason. why the ancient Saxons or Britons ten In his precipitate flight from Double Feature ROUND STEAK Lb. 19c STEW Lb. 121SH'IFT'S ;'

should not call the strawberry' plant the walking plant and I the storm. Mr. Cone decided to "Rebellion"

f1 f1r f1ul the fruit the walking or "stray" berry. If only a guess it to commandeer later pay the what owner he for needed It-salt and, Tarn Keene JEWEL

certainly seems the most reasonable of all the guesses that lard butter ground coffee, sugar, : -AND- LARD 2 Us. 25c HAMS Lh. 25J

.have been given as to why the strawberry is so called. crackers, and what not. He now "On Again, OffAgain"
r l-1.., had material for a goo J.meal. One
1 G fish he fried put the other In a
A TRITE THEORY RETOLD- INTERESTINGLY i bucket of water to keep It fresh Wheeler- &: Woolnry White SIDE BACON 19c MILK 3 Tall 2fk

"Marjorie Hillis in her new book "Orchids on Your Budget" for the Sunday morning a break- .

:r (which incidentally may be found in the library here) fast and the turkey furnished the f mN.. ION.. SEPT. 26-27 TUXEDO FEEDS
"piece de resistance" of a good din- 'Turn Off The Moon'I
says you can be just as happy on a little bit as on a big bit. It \ QUALITY AT LOW COST
r i ner.The ('harl_ Rumcle
k isn't the amount of money you have, she says, but the frame curious phenomenon, Mr. I Eleanor Whitney We Have a Complete LineOf Feeds For All Purposes
't of mind in which you have it that determines your happiness. Cone learned later, was a water. Johnny Down
spout. Besides furnishing him.
This is not a revolutionary theory, nor even an original with the wheiewithals for a sup TI"ESnEI"" '. 28 C 1NCVcixrv

i z one. The average person has heard all of his life that the per' from the store of life It had "Case Of The MASH $2.80 SHORTS Ca. $$1.75
t'' sucked it also. awed t his
up dam.
richest people are not always the happiest !but still' he Is not
oj; scooping .a large quantity of Stuttering Bishop"Ann 7 l'Eltf'F.ST C. S.
$ convinced, and never will be unless some caprice of fate should water from the pond. The spout DinrukDonitlil

t happen to place riches in his hands. Then and only then, bloke near South Prong pond< and %\'ood SCRATCH MEALHt I $$1,65]

\i will he be finally convinced like the man who has: been told .the gullies formed from the floodt $2.60 ,
r'' + let !Icow, can Btill he WF.D.-TlIl'US.. SEPT. 29-30 "
seen around
1
r'r 1i i that far fields! are no greener than the ones at hand. but is there. I 1TRCENTDAIRY:
"Pick A Star"Patsy .
r never quite satisfied\ until he goes away to see for himself -- -.- _. FEED S1.75
Kelly.lurk $2.25 BRANWe
j l But t Miss[ : Hillis has written an interesting book, and one Since; there is no atmosphere.. on holey II I

4' that t should be read by everyone who thinks how happy he the moon there would be no friction p I.>,'d., Kobrrtl __ Market

d d would be if he just had a little bit more money. ( thrown such through as Is set the up air when a ball Is j Laurel &: Hurdy I Will Bay Your Eggs at ?c Below Jacksonville

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