Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 1, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Brooker To Get QUACK, QUACK PUPILS MUST" i![l STRING nAND i'' Farmers Protest




Tung Oil GrovesLand W Johnson sixty-six year old I Telegraph hopes that nrlangement I'I Low Cotton Price ,
I I' negro quack doctor, was sentenced TWO\ MILESComplaints i I i can be made. for the I

to a year in the State Prison Farm "Strawberry String Hand1' ; to furnish ,I ,

I II I'! following a hearing before Circuit some old-fR. hlone,1 dunce music ,' -
I 'I. I I '
Company To Plant. COTTON ELECTION ;I Judge A. Z. Adkins here Monday for our Sixtieth Birthday An- | STARKE CIGAR Resolve To Store Crop

i I Johnson pleaded guilty to practicing Follow Consolidation nivrrsary which will be ,

7,000( ( Acres This ASKEDWANT medicine without a license. of Hus i\. ed several weeks from CE'IChrnt-l I FACTORY'ONE Dallier Than ;

Fall I One of the quack's treatments ,: The string; band Is composed of :]I Sell AVm- :

BRADFORD: DECLARED; i as described by some of his indignant Hollies 1 I I B, H. S, students and was organized : '', TIME: STOGIE ROLLER: !,
. COTTON PRODUCTION CON- patients at the hearing, was i by Wainwright, of Law-: |i HACK AFTER TWENTY-;

WORK BEGUN TROL DISTRICTA I to prescribe a "wash" composed. of SCHOOL HOAKI) HACKED try Anyone who has not yet j:i I THREE YEARS HAYES SPEAKS I

vinegar and soda to u ue&io, I woman heard! their music has something *,
petition Is now being circulated I | IJV STATE I1EP.ucTtinN'rFollowing :: \ By RED: KERCE .
who hud frequent attacks of go Id| to look forward to for old- : Green Lays Poor Market
He- ;
/:mclf"rtSeleeeel asking that an election be heldto I -- I .Mu\ >liu nothing l.s I harder to gt't.
fits.! He $10 for this treatment
I : charged several fashioned. dance tunes! and ballads '
declare Bradford n "Cotton Production complaintswhen : from under your fingernails than ft To Combine ofSpcculalors
of collected in cash and
cause I $5 Bradford school bus seem to be "right up their alley
Control District," making County ,, trade; nor h.irdor" to shake from
took a portable: phonograph for the routes shoi lend and .
were merged '
i shoes than Bradford
.i i Illegal\ to grow any variety of i balance. your County
: some discontinued, recently Superintendent I 1
cotton here except Sea Island. |I sand
Johnson told the court he wi | A J. Grlffla said yesterday UPWARD\ BOOSTFor A .
surrounding the of Evidence of this remark Is ron- group of seventy-five Bradford
M' y pur- According to law ten percent sick and could not do \
any regular that stab regulations prohibited !: ,
I' farm lands! In talned in the fact that after twen- County lien! Island cotton
si i excellent : the freeholders, who arc also quali- work He didn't to be- '
Ch.i seem mind I' j; ty-thiee In SL and who tit the courthouse
Augustine gathered
Florida Licenses
section by State '
th,, Biookcr fied electors In the county, must sent to and
ing prison expressedthe living within two miles of
this I i, Jacksonville: : John Capo has lei here Friday night were told
Lands Inc was dispelled sign the tvtition before an election hope that he would be cured of ''their school. Quite a number of turned to Slarko, where he worked that they would probably lose from '
!It" the announcement by ,:an be called. Around 230 I i
n.0K ; his ]
of thecompany's ailment there.ROTARIANS children living: within this distance STARTSTODAY In HH! I, and la now ut his favoritei $8 to $:-0:! on every bale of cotton
, E: EaHIett, manager must sign the petitions, it WitS esti- j + :)i I
j ----- --- --- of school have heretofore -
| sold
Gainesville office, that mated. I I I I i I triule- that of cigar: making. at the present timebefore
HEAR i been transported anti when elli i I'I 1 the market has been
[ will be largely devoted :I I I i "In this same building, more definitely es-
thc acreage The law under which these con the it
rectly on route making; unnecessary tablished. This
..i I tl.ua twenty-three years O;;o, I aat opinion WHS voiced
It. tuns trol districts! may be established for the bus to go out of. by W. 1 H. Hayes, field
and rolled the of representative
have been at work fora was passed! by the last session of :' its way, wilt continue to get trans-:i TO LEVY ON PROPERTY ,j jI ( starkeite'The standby many a of the State Marketing Bu-
Starke Widow'
; ,
month or more and an army of the leglslatuie.I It received the ac- I pOI tll Uon provided the bus Is not I IF UNPAID HY OWNER cnu.
I' Capo remarked to this I''POl'tc'r
men is now at work removing I :ive support of both Charley E. INTERESTING overcrodwed and there Is room for' i 1 1I !1MI'
"I worked railroad General diasntlpfactlon
land for the TALK I Tux Collector C. A. Knight was yesterday with the
stumps und clearing fohns, state senator from this district them, I j
I for many year/ but try ua I may, price of twenty-four and twenty-
absent from his office Monday attending -
of a thousand acres and Fred Hazen, Bradford ;
fall planting "The Strawberry String Band ., Mr. Gnflls also stated that the' Florida (I Staike and Hi ail ford County sand five cents per pound! now being
of the
Bartlett said. i a meeting '
of tung oil trees 11r. County representative. an organization of fourteen musi practice of having u bus turn from I I I Association of Tax Collectors held kept grinding In my shoes YouI (paid: for cotton was the theme of

Tim Company has established As soon as a sufficient numberof :.cally-minded: 13. II. S, students! entertained 1 Its regular route to reach children I i i i in the George Washington Hotel In I I!I i just can't get It out," he shrugged tho meeting and l, besides! Mr
in a house I
Drooker headquarters freeholders ha" signed the petition .: the Rotary Club at the living within two miles of the nearest Ins he placed snot her "" ''olldll'ltlow" Hayes, short talks to the glowers
Jacksonville. The WII"1.1 I I
recently purchased from L O. Ha- It will be presented to the. here I| bus route '''ill be discontinued assembly 'I \\ In made
'| regular meeting Wednesday special meeting called by E. B. Williams i]: the pressing ruck thatI were by Congressman Lex
land it was stated that Albertus Board of County Commissioners i iI i'The numbers were very enthusiastically !1 A recent ease parallel to the local !1 Hut before him Green J. Lee Smith, district agent
Miller, one of the country's mostexperi..nce situation 1 nppenecl In :Miami I Ii I| of Tuvarcs president of the i|I I
I of the anti
received And most
agronomist with the Florida
association.! Capo now getting along on
will the new de- GREEN-ASKS I II I II The meeting was held in order
Industry manage refused free because
| transportation j I
I Starke school could! boast of such '| rolling a cigar as he once wan. He K. McClane.
I :1: to clear all misunderstandings
lelopment they lived within two miles of the | up
orchestra Wainwrlght, or- i
I 1 I still with the swiftness and accuracy Congressman Green said: "There
and doubts that arise beginning -
When Its deals are completed, I school and because buses were! already ( might |
ganizer of the band introduced the I
of an expert, long versed In Is no Sea' Island! cotton market at
Wallace For today when the new law en-
overcrowded The ,
Lands will own 2,000 acres children ,
Florl i numbers (
tho game, produces mare than 3.500 .- present The price we are being
backed aIstrike" I II 'I I acted by the 1937 Florida Leglsln-
tinker Mr. Bartlett said by parents went on |
mound F Williamson of the { : ( of the offered Is
B. owner twentythieeyearoldI merely a speculator'sprice
time transactions but Dade County school ,i i, lure, requiring tax collectors tolevy
At tht present ASSISTANCEREQUESTS i Williamson! Tung Oil Co. of Gainesville I of |I a month. that has been beaten down
two hen cloned with I. N. Newell official' backed up by the state on property dcknquentswhen !
was a visitor at this meeting, for I In his aplJl tment located above by the same speculators. I will
Russell Green, 120 j bo,ml, stood firm and 1 at present I licenses are unpaid ninety i I
ICO acres I ,
I and gave a short talk In which he Into the! A M.\ Purity store on Main wire Secretary of Agriculture: "
E M Hazen, ICO acres C. | ,Iall but about fifty of the 145 clays, goes effect |,
acres ; stated that the price of tung oil has e'hll-I street Mr. Capo' haS hnndmll'lemnlt' lace in the morning and ask him ,
M. Mue.. 160 acres; L. G John- DEPTcmI; drrn are again attending school J. M. Lee, state comptroller, and i ., '
risen( from twelve cents to tWl'ntyfive I' I| than three thousand cigars of If he can lell me why there In a :.9 i
TO IIKU' | __ __ another representative from his
eon' sixty acres. '
'| cents a pound since the con- choice tobacco since! heletul'ned market i for abort staple cotton and ,:

In addition to tung groves the COTTON CRO1'ERSThe : flict between China and Japan UNIVERSITY ;i, department the Attorney, a Generals representative office!' from nnd t i to this city about four weeks ago. not for long staple." He urged ;

company plans to operate a self- started An embargo has been I I Hu Bald that vciy good luck has growers to hold their cotton until
of twenty-five| OPENS CLASSES lone from the State milling De- i
lust-lining plantation and will price placed on Chinese exports which |' "pievailed" so far, and that sale) the market had been established.

grow rotation crops to keep Us labor cents per pound now offered for i I[ will miitetUlly aid the tung oil in- pnrtment were present to answer had been extremely good. How- Mr. Green also highly complimented \
Sea Island cotton has questions! concerning new I
employed all the year. long staple t clustiy In this county, he said. \ J I ever, the man who twills the leaf I the county agent on the efficient I
Mr Eirtlett stated that the aroused: the efforts of Congressman ;I Mr? Williamson also stressed Ihe j to make you ..smoke said that he and commendable work ho

Brooki'r development will be known : Lex Green nnJ others for a Importance of forest conservation i| UK TAUGHT .j ji I The new statute contains n gen- / hadn't expanded like he should. "I has done since coming to thla '

as American Tung Groves, Inc and higher price. Green In cooperation j since It Is now evident that the i I The University of Florida an- :'1 i E'1'1I1 upward revision of the ptes.nt I have to do all the work, rolling county, stating that the Sea Island -

with the State Marketing officials, manufacture of Kraft newsprint >' (. occupational license scale and I suiting! branding and He cotton I is
is financed by northern men whose Croutl I paper | flounces the .date for the otganiza- piu-king. Industry only one

careful investigations have con- has urged! Honorable G. F. :)[ rayon, and other products tion of a first semester extension:i!',' wag Intended l by the 11137! Legita'lure I continued "Mis. CUI'Oon't try of the many things he has engi a.neereil .

Administrator U. S. Warehouse from trees will become gigantic i( to be a major state revenue- her hand at cigar making Home The also '
vinced them that tung groves are pine | class for Staike According to Dean rorigresurnun expressed -
Act, to intercede and cooperate for in the South in the raising act, It was. sild. The Inw allows I limes I think SilL Knows 1
one of the' most attractive Investments industries i B. ('. Riley of the General Kxten-.; I 1> .1'1. his wish to see Bradford

in America today storing and holding this cotton. near future. | slon Division, a course In Conner-, collectors no discretion in |I The elderly couple' live alone III I"'CUI1: a pure Sea Island county. 1

He has also appealed to the Secre-I I[ Mr. Williamson complimented"The ''dealing with delinquents, but re- c'( nfoitablelittle ::1'. '
The Bradford location was de- vat ion of Natural Resources will be I IlL apartment, carrying 11"yua'.ras very bitter In his

Med six[ Cary of Agriculture to use Federal Strawberry. :String Band" on '.offered for people of this vicinity. ;i quires them ti> I issue warrants iron 1 on their manufacturing In anl it-mm KH about} the cotton market:
: >n after more than I
ninth the funds and loan twenty-five to its music, and suggested that arrangements I' The organization meeting Is set for c-ollection after ninety days, Among ,I l I adjoining room this year lie Bald: "After the firstfew
'XhnuwUve' study on
tents pound on other things, the law levies a license -
pat of Mr Bartlett, who visited twenty-eight : per ,' be ml1leto let them i Aiondny\ October 4, at 7.1O: p m. ,'I|i Mrs\ Capo' who sat busily engaged bales were bought, the buyers
of $IOft( dance halls und
this cotton. In Green's telegram play over radio station WRUF In on said 'the market Is and It
i at the Bradford\ County High Ial her favorite pastime, sewing dropping'
( lilt> In North and Central: Wallace he pictures the I $100 on fortune tellers und mental
Fkr.ean'h i Gainesville. School building. i said "I do all the book work ton dropped. This statement was entil .
; of the most Ideal i I
follows I h e a 1 Ie in, exempting recognized ,
situation as : A i in
- -- The
ily error. market has
|I John nome task: n.s little us
setup !His final selection was | .Mr. Ambrose R.: Meyer, Instructor Christian denominations. you
bus ravorablc climatic conditions "Floiida has produced about four RED CROSS In Conservation, and, Mr. B W. :., might think" i not dropped for there la no market

.ble, > quality of soil ade- or five thousand 400-lb. bales exceptionally Ames Field Representative for the I I I The law imposes a license of $5 Ala\ Capo Irons out nn average I II yet. The only market we have has

quatr ''1sl0I'tation.{ and nearness: good long staple Sea SCHOOL OPENSUNDIUl University will be present at the ,, on "any game II amusement rccrca- I I of fit'teen }boxes weekly. In hisspare I. been set up and, then been beaten

Island cotton. It is now ready for I tlc,ml device, contrivance of facility -I! time he local down by the speculators who are
pionviteH a.ilos
it *t L" iboratories of the Univer"ityot SUPERVISION: OF meeting to complete the ,
market This production came not otherwise: licensed" but one buying tho cotton.
>I rlda. EDUCATIONAL 'tion of the class. This Olganlza'j I Joes his own tohacro grading and
from few seed which you gave LISsome WPA section specifically makes It Inapplicable I the business before
M to any man or i keeps the pub- "Don t take twenty-four antI
f open
utlctt a Michigan man und which DEPARTMENTAn | to clot machines which will I
four-ycais ago for college credit or for vocational I | lie. twenty-five cents per pound for
"me to Florida l
thirty years ago I planted under instructions of I I I be outlawed beginning today' It The who Star Ice its "
sac has In timber lands were organization meeting of the i or cultural Improvement, man ought your cotton Mr, Hayes[ urged.
jperated :
alms groves and developmentProject. Department of Agriculture. Spec t new Red Cross School will be heldin Teachers: may secure extension j j was stated. first, gracious. twist of tobacco, and l "Stole It In a warehouse and geta L""
have combinedancl ---- --- -- ---
He has a South Florida ulators apparently the Courthouse tonight at seven of their certificates by taking six mighty good cigar' ( we've smoked loan of fifteen cents per pound, ;

office at Venice. are holding down price to ,'clock. This new course Is upon- semester hours of extension WOl k.1! AVw River Haplist ]i lone) doesn't expect to make a million and keep your cotton off the mar

'Thei twenty-five cents per pound. i 1 cored by the Division of Education Persona who wish further informa- i j The New River Association meet !{ ; no, not even u half, he said, ket until one Is t'stahllHhecl0

I Is no loss to Bl'adror',1CoulIly "This cotton Is fur superior to of the WPA and will be headed byJ. lion may address the general J Extension : i will he held, at the P.aiford Baptist !i j but Intends to expandhis present are going to do everything in ournowcr

in the taking by our com Egyptian: imported cotton and Ari- A. Robertson, of St. Augustine, Division cf the University 1,i Church today. The meeting, divided J business to adjoining towns. Litter to establish a market, but '
pany of
2.0OO of its most I
acres of which are he plans to advertise his product we can't us farmers
product zona cotton both who has just completed giving the of Florida ;i into a morning and afternoon as are
-e farms Mr. D-ntlett from thirty to thirty-two to In the 'j i I I and l sell\ to the extent of keeping selling at thin low price." r
.hI.' bringing course a large group session will begin at 10 B.
'Under the! new managementthere cents. I urge the effect of Department State arsenal there. i'GUN MAKES'JIANDICAPS Theme of tho meeting will rn'l heTtophles ]I several pairs of shoes In which to Mr. Hayes continued, stating

and fene ten. he no unattractive fields of Agriculture to end After organization" the class will CLUB : For The King" It was |I 'o.Ige Bradford. County sand! that Arizona Plmcot loa is bring-

rows. The entire preparty sell Mra. Capo, pleasant Indeed ing thirty and cents and
will that this Florida may meet once a week. The government IGIVES tmvMinccJ. Foul'lire event on the thirty-one r

"milii. ,be developed In a manner for what it Is worth, It l.s worth In cooperation with the morning program will be a mis- us she waved l a farewell to the Inquiring Improved Egyptian Is selling\ at

four r. \the Bennet groves only thiity-five cents per pound, and Auieilcan Red Cross Is trying by POOH MARKSMKN: sionary address hy'Miss Glare J'' reporter yesterday afternoon thirty-one and thirty-two cents a

barter n lea away Just across the should not sell for less than thirty.I .cUication to make people safety EQUAL, CHANCE WITH[ Wells who conducts misisanu'y,, said. "John und. I met while pound. "The mails are busy thett'lt'grll.h
Alachua County. Farm urge that cotton fund appropriated ronocious! to prevent ,accidents amito EXPERTS work In China. he worked In this same building la busy, the air is filled
'wea i
be n the purchased lands will just before we adjourned be equip < ill'n8oith the nect&a..iy | twenty-three years ogu1"' marled : with phone calls Washington to
10.ft onditloned und p.iinted. Up- utilized to stabilize this sale. This knowledge of what to do in cases 1 The Ktirke Gun Club met In the I shortly after." Ah folks, how help you farmers get more moneyfor

'tc machinery will be bought this accidents and Illnesses Three Friends, Barber Shop Friday. Louis Tyre Dies time does tly. your cotton," he said.
and' mOle can be done by Impounding of sudden for the _
labor of last week
than the purpose .
employed night
-- --- -- Growers at
' I.I.utal cotton In local warehouses and Fed in cases of emergency before the Louis Tyre Heventy-one year old Hiemeeting were

during population of the same area eral Government giving loan of cervices of a physician can be se cf electing officers and settinghandicaps resident of Ralford died 8urldl'nlyVednl'RI"'y 1 Correction told that they could store their "
the skeet
past years I IMr centsper for IIhoote..1 \ afternoon. He had cotton In the warehouse at Ocala ',
Baitlett twenty-five to twenty-eight cured. not [ :i Milts Vonda Inmnn Is attending
continued "Brad- A was
: quorum been at the State Prison for foity cents bale the first
a guard per
Is worth ,
ford This cotton fifteen hour one the of Alabama
Unlverstty located
County pound. The course a could, not be elected but the
; will be greatly benefit ricers t
by the new development and about three times as much as up- ,,, md l.s! absolutely free. and all citizens handicaps were arranged. Farm for the pant eight" year j it Tuseuloosu, A 1.&., and not the bale month for and each twenty-five cents per /J
month thereafter.
Vint land or short cotton. Our growersire are urged to attend. The He la survived by his widow I University of Georgia/ as stated In ',
advertising that It will shooter's hand-!
receive To determine a This Includes Insurance
hum In acute need of Immediate sponsors have the full cooperation! : 'II !Mis. Alene Tyre, and also by five a previous Issue of the Telegraph. coverage,
operations there. his out of twenty-five
A if of the American cap average daughters. and' two sons. He was a I Miss Inmnn U a Freshman as giving thirty cents a pound pro-
private and assistance lof the local chapter I lfeund. a re
telephone line Is being Federal assurance I I shots In the last several' shoots Is' tectll>n. "You may take this receipt -
"Wrtructeil" saved from the ap- Red Cross. Classes after organization native of Columbia County, suit of high marks in the placement -
to to be ,,
connect the headquarter they are This average l Is subtracted from the warehouse to the
of speculators will probably meet on Funeral services! were held Thurs [ tests was placed. among the
office and its field offices parent combine j from twenty-five (unless It Is less ) I bunk and borrow flftten cents

i In the with the Gainesville Please advise me at once at Starke, Wednesday nights, Mr. Robertsonsaid. i than two or more than ten the' day afternoon at three o'clock from high eligibles, which mikes It un- pound," Mr. Hayes said. per

enchan groves I the Rdiford Baptist Church.Arrangements I I necessary to do certain preparatory
Florida I maximum and minimum* and the ; The next speaker Mr. Smith, also -
i I work. She to in
in plans!
were charge major
-. -- --. ; result Is his handicap and is added deplored. the poor market conditions

IOUI W urk Begins Modern l'ur1lUUreCarfM'nter'8 Ginning Slowed Down ito i I his score hereafter If a shoot I DeWItt C Jonea.+ i I business- administration', but cautioned growers to
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Forty WPA A total of thirty-six bales have er's average lately has been twenty I look "fairly and squarely" at both,

zprk Tuc laborers will start Drug Store (successor been turned out at the cooperativecotton out of twenty-five then his handl- I Maker Roadslad \j Roy Scouts Meet sides of the question lie said: "In-
day on a nine mile Installed. last
rlrett ,Ir graded road be- to Mitchell's mod- gin here so far this season. !I cap Is five (twenty-five minus MAC'CLENNYTravel at your |,i The first meeting- for reorganizIng vestigate all detail before you

15 51' lte running reek a very handsome set of Continued 1 rain and cloudy weather | twenty). If. in the next shoot he own risk over Baker County roads, ',, a Boy Scout Troop was held ini store your cotton. I urn not advising -
highway No. 28 and
the L '- Conner farm. The road .'I'n. chrome steel and ivory suit have slowed down operations since | breaks twenty-one out of twenty- the county commission has admonIshed I J i I the Legion Hall last Friday night. you not to store It, but remember

ht!'' widened I leather furniture. The of'i cotton lOhunot\ be brought in until five, his handicap Is added to hist t I motorists. It solid recent The following temporary patrol that no one can guaranteewhat
h Ri I Ph, as us grad- consists of tour; stools in front thoroughly dry.Installs 'score and he would score twenty- rains resulting from a minor I irop- I'|I. lendeis were appointed: Tracy Baker > the price of cotton will be in
Andrews In of I ten i
a'', lIld, charge the soda fountain, three tables ,' --- +. '''six. A person breaking sixteen tin teal disturbance* had damaged. Arch Thomas, Jr., Jimmv the future. Also remember that

.. ..:hairs and a love seat. I' Showers I I ihe average would have nine added i, road' and bridges, making some i! ;Sewell:; and "Tim" Torruella. you will have to pay lnteret and

-------'.--- to his "em e. This tends to even unsafe for There no : Scoutmaster Elmo: Struth anJ his transportation charges Look th se
To of the passage./ are
Pay Dividend Planning To Build i W. B.Friends Mundy.Barber proprietor Shop announced Ithe! balance! between the good and I funds available for repairs, the i!i assistants T. Frank Lundruin! an.lUrll cold facts In the facer'!

A Smith Three nhoutera. Graham, were also I Mr. McClane told that
8 liquidator of the the opening of I bud f commission stated. I j present.The growers
County Hart manager of the Hart yesterday | second meeting will be held,) tonight I banks will Interest
fest lank announceditn VV, H. ('a to the public that The nun Club met yesterday' at -- ( naturally charge -

\ \ that he will pay a divi- Furniture Co. here, recently purchased -' new service baths. The baths are installed I 1:45: p. m. o'clock at the skeet fieldto I Itirlhs at seven o'clock. : on money borrowed IInl that
of of shower "
urday October 9. PIlY' three lots from the city elect officers. | --- ----.------- the money obtained from warehouses -
ftltnt. of the shop .
I '>ffi., will,\ be made: from the rear Starke on Church :St and two lots': in the rear part and efficient -- -.----- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Knowles, ?:, The trail of a fox: In the snow, as described by Mr. h ayes.
st Tirv tat the I"I. C Wall Insurance between Church and Weller fromR. I and are neat be had for a small cost The month of June was called Penney Farms, boy, September 2pj,1; can be recognized by the brush : will also have charges against It.,

Receivers certificates F. Demorest. lie plans to build and may: "watermelon moon" by Natchez i Mr. and Mr. Jack Cell Starke manes! at the side, made by the i
mast cold water. Soap
I ec iv, ch bt> Panted, in order to re- a home. on the site in the near future. with towels either and brushes hot or are furnished Indians.! girl, Sept 2(5.( I I i I cushy hi!. I (Continued On Page Eight ,.


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Till day "o"lh Octoi
r-- week-end at New River aa the No. 1544. Ixxited the Unlenn Haiti cert If lcate> nhall be refloemed -
SUNNY BROOK lR.I ." FLA. STATE FARM HAMPTON A D. 19:1.: : Man filed name Inmy according to IILW the property Iht 4th day of u

( :\11'1I. WhltNeld. Cor. I I. 'do .1'1'... ...... guests of MIls Betty Crosby.Mr. : office need itnd:::I 1 hatt b made' tnntieil applicationfor :thereon t..I..d1..r"ln' will be Hold '! """ S""' '
!\ 1'''. F. It. Croitby. 'orr."tpondl"ntt Bryan and Mrs. W. C Thornton of Salil fi certificate tax to..mh'n", the r"low- In I h. hlrh..t at the court (OFFICIAL KKALi

t Mr. and Mrsfhalph Cox of Perry The Rev. Hugh Walters of Stet Macclenny and Mr. und Mrs. Hal- Ilo denrrlled, property In I the "ollly bonne month 01 October the rirat, 14:17 Monday: whichIn In A; J. TIIOM.\..
:1 the Clerk
> towlt of
f. IMIrau I of ci//1,
11. V. l Supper State
spending their vacation with son University preached at tho ford Sapp of St. Marys were recent HratllVril. the 4th flay of October, 1937. HI'ulr"I'' .
Mrs. Reulah Kelly entertained are ; 1'uted) thin Int., day of
of Mrs. Pink Thornton.We "I.t.rb.r"
Mr. Cox's parents Mr. and Mrs.R. H.iptint Church last Sunday morn guests -haIr of Sniitliwext Quarter Dalt'IO1O'I'U'I
the Corinth B. Y. P. U. last Thura.I I ing and eveonlng.I are sorry to report the illness ..1 of I'l.to' 3:1:' "o\\'I..hl. 7 13.Uj'I'I IAL SEAL) > : '

I lay night with a chicken pileau. II. Cox. I Is of Mra. Arle Browning and I Smith I ( l a.l. Iolltaln. A. J. THOMAA, FOH.1.. \ '\1'1'11', \\
Mrs. Eva Kempers, of Miami rnuro or l ,., ,
Mrs. Robert Kite returned to her ing &0 moru I. Clerk of ('Ir'ui Court (Nennle
The following program was render I the guest of her niece Mrs. wish her a speedy recovery. H'he uMMeHKinent' of the nald "property Florida, NOTICK is HliltKlV.!HIM "HI.'::1,
from a visit Mir IHntied .
home here Thursday under the. nald
eci. this Miss Vesta McRae wits a dinner l..lrh.ul.. over. O-3.r1-10-1 1'0..1.1 Shi: Smith' ;, | :"|". "
with her uncle and aunt, Judge and Wiggins, welk.I WaN In the name .No. G2K li- ,, ,.
Song by class.Prayer : guest of Misses F.ula Mae and L'nlenn nald certificate nhall bo redeemed .
Mrs. Glenn Terrell In Tallahassee.Mrs. George Williams, of Lawtey wag Eta according to the properly M'lHIll: MtNTKir: "I'I'U'I'! orAulu..I.A.P.I HI'. )
by T. N. Norman. I visiting friends and relatives here Fae Dya| at Sampson City Sunday.H. dencrlbed Ih.r..11 I.w. he Hold 01 .' I.K: lion II nff". and) liu .

Mary Collins of Jackson this wpek.I M. McRae was a dinner guest to the hl.U..t. at the courthoifxe Notice, IH herehy given that tinder IhereiMi. Salil lax d< .1| ..
Sung by class. with door .the flrnt Monday In ami .In accordance with that certainfinal i.-rtli" '0
ville spent the past week-end at Mr. and Mrs. O. I K. Alvarez's In I the follnwlng di>M, I MI ., ,
of November, 11137, which .. of forei lonure and
Piano solo by Mrs. Marcus Con 1II'tnd Mrs. Robert Kite.Mrs. I The Rev. A. J. Turner who has so Rising Sunday. the Ix I the month Int.' day of November, 19:17.:. "rendered,.h..r.by Hon. A. 'A. .Adklnn' Mile n. the Florida County, ,,f |Ih.d': |, ,

faithfully served the First Baptist Hated thin 'PI( 111., 'day of September, Judge of the Circuit C"1 of 1'.1.' towltSouthvent t
ner.Quiz Donald Henry of Wauchtila There will be church services at ford County Florida. (Juart
has 19:17.OFFICIAL.: < i
Church of Hampton as pastor
Bible : : ::: :
on Daily Reading by Is the guest of her son-in-law and Pine Level Church this week-end ( SEAL) III that certain: ranne pending' In lI'ri Qlllllter Wesl, ": '
resigned, tie is taking a ministerial Federal, Southeant ,. '
wherein Quart
B. Y. P. U. Court < .< ,
daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Town- course at Stetson University Saturday night and Sunday. Everybody A. J., .Jtf fAI."I"'k Court fKradfoid [lank of (... "nbll.1'1. IH lalntlff al" Vuarter of Secth.i", '" '
Song by class. '
send. come. County, J."I. Andernon. u wlilow, Kt. AI. Iliingi. .' I ,
Sword drill B. Y. P. U. and has been called to a large 'III'ldIL.IGt.IU.1 are defendants 'Cane No. 'I74, the' undHrnlgned talnlng GO iicret., ,in" i
by J. G. Caldwell and his little church near DeLiind for full time. We are glad to know that little !- Special Manter by nald decree The UHnenment, I of i'i|,. ,'" ;,
Heading by Dorothy Norman.Quartl"t Ann and Jo Denmarkand appointed. will ... to the highent erty under, I the | .,' ,.
Shirley ,
and visIted Betty .1 all
Jo June '
daughters Mary 'O'I'U' : OF ti'i'i.icTION ntied ,.
Corinth "4". The church will miss him for they bidder for l'l.h. front" of I the tvaa Hit. ,
by Mrs. Culdwell's parents In have never had a pastor who has Juanlta Alvarez are much: bet KOII '1' x IHII: Smith front" of .the Hradford, Blake.UnlPnH.

Lesson: after several Illness.CLEWISTON t..nht. HIM Nil. Hl.'llNOTtCF 1 County Coiirthoune In tark. Florida natil rertirii. ,. ,
week-end. days "
Ocklawaha during the I worked harder and been more tel : I IS 11'I.I01': ): That during the 'legal houi-H "nl. .
1. An Indian Gift, by Marcus d.n.1 > i. .
Thnmu F. t ,
.ld Lhl"a n.le' Monday, October 4th A H. 1937, .
Roberts of He on erty !
Conner. Mr. and Mrs. Sam faithful than Brother Turner. IIOTEL.hl'R S Hrnwn. holdern of 1-4 ..r X '.I'Uf. the premlnen In t.j the hiKliext. ,I"" v> i 'j

Headland Ala., spent the weekend was greatly loved by the Christian icate No. 279 Inxued t the 5th' day ofJuly rnll..wllA, .1.nl.: houne dnor I"hlI"I i .rl
2. A Helen Nor A probable housing A. I>. hax riled Inmy J..ndr"'d .. 1'I"It. lo-wl tin the fh I > .1 ,
Testimony, by name
NK'' of : 25 ,
121. the
with Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Jor people of all denominations and office .. .. N' .r :01. month' of li.-iol., ''J
man. problem seen here after fire "Hd. u'It01 Twp. 6 S. U. 21 K, containing 3Dacren la the 4th day of OiMnt,,. 'r"
they ull cooperated With him In hl.i for tax deed to l"e 1."u. Ih.ol.Hnhl lenit Togetherwith
f :
< more or Hllted thin 2lllh ,,1\ ,
3. An Indian Father's Conversion dan.Mr. razed the fifty-room Clewlston Inn certificate' embraceH
r.low. tunement. heredllunielitHntid 19:17.: ; .
and Mrs. W, J, Over treet untiring efforts to reach lost souls dencrlhcd, properly In the,
and 110 and the rentn.
Arsula Florida's
by Cro by. annex. Center of sugar nppnrtenaiiceH ((W"lerAr.II'1
dinner of Mr. and Mrs. for Christ. Hradford. State: oC Florida, tou and thereof.MAItCfS .
were guests p""rl. 1 \-
4. A Faithful Witness, by Mrs. industry, Clewlston already is It : 11
I HROWN.An 'Clerk of 1' .,
Karle Sharps in Macclenny SunJay. --- North-half of Sotilheant '
Marcus Conner. filled with of a Qlart..ror i ,
employees sugar Special Manter In Chancery.KNKIIIT 1111,1 <"
Southwent I ( of 33
5. A Service at I'awnell. by Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs Overstreet were NEW RIVER mill here for the start of the cane "own"hl. 7 JI.rl..r, n.H"'I..n 1' 22 KNKIHTAttornevn -

H. accompanied by their children and Dorothy Hupp, Cormpondent and I I.I. "on..IIIIIM 20 acrea, 0"I. fi>r plaintiff )
Kelly. harvesting grinding season.A H-1U-41-10-1 :0'1'1' O' % IIiln7'

6. Seferena Jo Julas Witness, by Lila Rae Caldwell. water heater was be 1 The iiHHpxHtiu'lit of I the nald < ." \ \ HI 11 1 1etiiite '
deofectvE 11'-1
erty. under, the nald ,' IN THK NAME OP THR STATE OFFLOHIHAt Mill Ni. I i
William Crosby.Sonjf Miss Ruth Bass of Avon Park Birthday Turty responsible for the flames ,, NOTICK HKItKrn: M I
leved nued wax In the name of Hampton .
by class. nrlved Saturday to visit her broth Mrs. J. A. Bennett entertained destroyed the two-story frame Tie & Timber Co.L'nlexn It 11'1"11'111 by urrhlfrl... Inthat A.cnto H. 0'.1. 101., holdci Ixnued. .

Bentdiction.After er-in-law and sinter, Mr. and Mrs nft- and nald ...Irh.ll. ..h"l be redeemed I (.1"... .'.1, AllgllKt, A. M ";
about twenty guests Monday composition building. The hotel I "" ,'dlnl I.w. property Bradford ('n.nly. Florlila, In Chancery P. '192S! h ..I"

'the program supper was J. A. Lander before going on to I! rrnoon from four until six o'cock was nearly filled with guests i .. ,,'.In will be noldto entitled. Horotliy JennlngHllcgcpalh. t"Ill Ion my for office atnx and d llI. I

serve'I.' Then n social hour was Jacksonville Monday to attend the with a bi.thlay party honoring I who madE their way to siifety. The the door hlKhent, on the bidder rirnt" .nt Monday the cou.tI"H'M" Inthe path. t' .fendant.. rialnllff and thi v. J.relief.1. Heg,prayeft "-- Said, .. ceiilli.' rthereon. ..j.
enjoyed. Tax Collectors' Convention. daughter, Vallie B"le. who celebrated loss was not estimated.TCMVNMENII I' month of :"\1. 11117* which fur being I Hivorce; that the Defendant 11. following County of den. i >I.l .r1. i ,,'i .
in the Int day Iii7.Hated : u ,renldent of a state or \ ; l.o i ;;
The Corinth B. Y. P. U. put on -- --- her eleventh birthday anniversary. Florida, to-wlt :
till 9th il.i.v of Country ti> Hie
the above program at Evergreen War conducted by irregular Quite a number of games (TJ.tThe I > 1..11..1.IP37. s .fl that unlnnwI 11..1' no 1'''' 'IIrlllrr.. 10"lh\\.t ,.Quatti'fif h'

Baptist Church I last Saturday bands of raiders in conjunction were played then the young folks Starke Townsend Club will (I'' .1..I.IAr.. J.SKVL THOMAS.Clerk ) State of lipf" >n. whom, nervice wi uld of pernonulpriicenn pernoll- 1..1 <11'1.Section Soul 2 T .,

night, Those attending1 from here with regular warfare is known as were invited Into the dining room hold its regular ml'elng: at the' of ('I'ul Court of ally bind nald defendant.IT South.(ng 10 Acre Range**, more 22 K:":., ..
Florida 1 IS OHHNIIKD. that the -
besides the ones cm the program guerrilla warfare. where Mrs. Bennett assisted by Bradford County Court House 1".dru'.ll'"u"ly- I .T. J. ""I'llllh. appear to the The annennment uf <'h., l (p. ,po I

were Miss Vesta McRae Mrs. Audrey Dot Sapp, served sandwiches, cake Monday night October 4 at 8 p. Illtl oC ''' on 11. 4th of tuii-d erty wan under In the naid '0.
OF I"I" \ October, otherwlM decreepro 11.) namr i I'i >I. ..
Newmans Misses Elizabeth morning and night. and hot chocolate to the guest m. Everybody welcome. Good TIMIO' : ; 1'37. be entered. againnt! CnlenH naid ..,.trhn1. l ,,1' .>. ro.

and Annie Mae Uarnage. Mrs. Myram Johns Mr. and Mrs. The dining room was attractively speakers and program of entertain <.....t. IMIIo.. iniNOTK'K : > i him: for I'or 'N. to :appear; That deemcrl.."A"'I' ,I\, .,hp', .
erly t .
: IS IIKUKHV 4JIVK.V: TlmtThuiniiN thlH Order be puhllnhed once a week .1
O. E. Crosby and children, Miss arranged in a color scheme of ment. K. lift)wit Htxl. Laura, lie lie I for:: four; conneciitlve weeka In the to the.. hlghent bidder.. at. .!I.! )ur

Tate Crosby J..R. Kelly and T. Carrie Alvarez and Miss Johns pink and green. Vale Belle received 1.wI., holder. of 5-12 of Tax tVr- llradtord C'ounty Teleerrnph. a newspaper 'IK Hie ni month. door or fin Odohei the' flri"l I" ilay I
\OTICIti: >iM.icvrioPOM \ 6tti: IsHucd the 7th day of general circulation, pubilnhed I I.I\ 'hl
N. Norman made a buslnes trip to from New River attended church many lovely gifs. The I T \ \ iniienme : : > .r Irh'nl.. :0.. I I'. mo.: ban filed nnnte In Bradford: County, Florida.W1TNKSS the 4th day of Octobei' l"

Jacksonville last Friday. here: Sunday.Mrs. : guests departed at Blx o'clok. everyone (" Rill N... |llll: In my office anil has "ld. applk-a- my hand nil.I officialxeul 111.,1. thin 301 h 11\ \ g.o,
XCITICK 1 IS Ion for deed lt ..uedthereon. of nald Court thin 2,
I1EUKHV' : That t u K h. < i September 1
J. E. Newton jof Green Cove Beulah Kelly Is building anew reporting a lovely time and M. K. WlBKliiM. holder 11'1' :Vrtirliute Said. ferUflrnta, inbrawuth : 111"I.'I>
Springs filled his'regular appoint barn to replace the one destroyed wishing Belle many more No. 13. iHHued .the 2nd. clay ofSeiitember \ ** fclliiwlnv: dPHi-rih in-ot.erty inthe 1:1.A.. J. THOMAS.Clerk A. J. THOMAS.clerk Cin, '
Vale ; in'
I A. D. lft.15 hax filed I County of Brad ford. State ofFMnrldu of Circuit Co,1 .. '
ment at Corinth Church Sunday by fire several months ago. happy birthdays.Mrs. In my office nnd hat* 11..1. "I.pl'n-.an1' to-wlt : Bradford County, ,rlflu.T. Ildro.1351.10l C' mi' .

tion for tax clecil I. h. Northetift ljuiirter of Southwenttuarter FRANK LANHIU'M !-
thereon.' Kalil certificate embraceMthe I & SnutheaHt Quarter of Ally, for riulntirr.93.BI101 .
NOTICE I Joe Moreland and children, following d..II..l property In : Nut thent Cjnurter, & Southhalfof I '' Foil'.: nt T\* \1'1.1' M 111'

Wayne and Joan, and Mr. and Mrs. the, Countv. : 1.lf., ,.., State ofKlorlda. I Nurl Quarter heunt" Quartur of' Section uf, Nui IhweHt :'tH,:- 4"enn Hill \i.. i II":uNOTirK

Monroe Barr of Jacksonville were 'o-wl of Nnrth-. 7 South. 22 I OTHO CHlOHWINComplainant IS r r .
Notice In hereby' Riven that the following dencrlbed) land*, or BO much Xo..1'.t .Quarter Township. J111' 11':11':1\ ,
thereof an wll I be iii'..nnnry, to pay the nmnunt No. 2:11.:
net oppoxlle to the "A""' ''. together with cont ">f nuch. nule Hnrl H.lv..rll..lnll'. I North-Went Qmirter 1..11. : or leKM.The not>DWINIlefendant
G.V. Andrews. I .
>, Tiivvnvhlp 8 South. 20 HN.enm*nl of xald |"' |>er1y day of AiiKiiHt. A. Ii i
th efr
will l>e BI.II.I! Mt public 'auction on 41 h day of October 1917. >re the 11. I.
Thomas is 1' nMI. containing 120 acren more under the Hiild If lent' 1 > Haute In my of fit and l I ,
Cotnt Hoime Dour nt Starke. the Ciunty of Hradford" State: of Florida.H Mr. Gus spending a .I..d' OFFI.OItll'A .
.. .. .. or left**. U-HM In tin* name of & i iI'nleHH : for u lax ili i '.
,. 1.I'olnl
l>eMi>rlpll it See T. A Onner 'I'h' A ( .1" Ih"k "
One lot .Ml ft R W bv 7ft /\ few days with his sister Mrs. Reddish I| The uKHeHHinent >>f tho fiald prop- :; nald '.....Ur..II.hhnll 1.. re j th.r..n. ,1.1 rerllfithe ,.
:N A H In SW Cor, off. Andrews. i I t'fty' under, the Huld certificate, IH- (leHiiied 1 a* eo.1, I. the t roprty -1 TO: KMZATtKTH: ou\VIN, addrenMI'.V follow lux deNrrlli., .* I
L. I'eek Ken Nile 1' Kited wan In the name' of Frank ., deHr-rliiod 1 herein. will l" Holdto 1 KNOWN.It the <*tinty of 111, i iKlorldit
bminili'd :S by M.idini.n Miss Curie Alvarez Is spending ,i' SI finer.1 I Ii I the hi the t hldder at th..courthotiHe appearing, from BUI nf Complaint tf.-wlttHfilltliueHt :
: 'i "CiilenH mild certificate be door he Irnt f h..I"r." rl..1 In the CircuitCourt QuarlfiQuarter ,
St\ W by Court" St. original this week with Mr and Mrs. Oscar j .h.1 redeemed on t f Monday II ,
In for ,
to the month : i al,1 1It..IoIIIY, nt Siiuiliwiy
Town \ property ,
I of Slarke. laNK'i Ih. "r1" w'hh.1
of SWi U 23 6 23 Clnra" f<- IVek _____ 10.65 Crosby. ....11"0.11"1.ln wil be nolilto ,II.. the iHt dny of ".....1 11:1.. 1':1.: rooil\vtn Fliirld.1, f.complainant. \' '' whP"ln ami Klixulieth SectUm 2 Town.-lii. |
the hlKhext' roufthoiiKe hated ihlM t l'lh' of K.iliKe 22 Kant: ,
Lot 2 of Bile :32. J. M Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins andMr. 1.lrI. ..I'I."h.r. fl'Miilwlii defeiiflant.' that
John Addition 1, to Sturke' dnor on I t :f"iiday In I Iti7.':' .n.1 acren, more or U"The
In :HK'i' of SWi',, 2* 0 :23: Mary H. Mnloney ______ 7.35 and Mrs. Rudolph Andrews the month of November., \37.! tnKFIOlAISHAM: I the oald d.r.n.I."t.. In over yearn aHNeHHinent of perty -
2'u A I K: of I Ity I In 1 SW Corof attended the singing convention at .. the IMI day of "v"lh..r, whld'i A. J THOMAS.1 : I IL'lerk of age, place .r renUlence, unknown iintlor I the nald I l ld >
!SKI':" of HWi/i Hi.,111.1ed ) 1 I" 201 h. ilay .I' September', I of < 'In-illt Court, of l lMradfoirl I and' that there lif tn> pernoil ...", wan In I the mi' mi P"k
N l.v .,,,1111. AiblV. I Luke City Sunday : I I County)', Florida.M In the 1"1. of Florida the nerviceof _'nlHHH Haid forllfu i-> ,-
l.yv) S of Seclloii Line Mils Bonnie Turner spent the ( ;1Ih'ICI.\ SKAL.: ) .17-r1.10-1& i mild procein UI..n whom would bind ,1.,1 HcfordlnK to l.> verty p.
: lulto
.nl'o l.i.l", 9. 10 nf Blk A. f. TTKiMAS.clerk 1 .1.r.I"I d..rll.d I 11".1" v -"
47 J M" Jnhnx' Ail.1l- I week-end with Miss Edith Merritt. or circuit Court of 'iCIAI.: M \''I.I.: NOTICI-: I I Ix 11.1..1. nraered. that Ha Id tlie hlirhPNt 1 hi.. ill' -I tuffhouHH

II..n to Starke In J. C. Wynn of Fargo Ga., wus Hradford '.' OF I IN .." ...) r..ul..1 to ap tloor on vi. < g |
of SWi' SEI 2S 0 2 -.T O. Fioyd _________ IS.30 .Ully. 'lo'lla.PH.GI1022 ..tlce IM h..y' given that under1nnd 1"11 naid caune ,1. 4th I I the. nir.nlh of riftohei, ,it.IIH
Lot fl or 14. Uvlnirnton visiting here Sunday. hi he...' ... with that' ,'.certain I, of October. ,\. I.. \:17.: nt' h..wl... the 4l h day of Octtibe 1S3T.l .
Ilk A CO'Hil, I filial decree foreclontire and nalorendered a Hecree TVo, .. be ellteri'd l>nled IliiH 80th dio v mill.I'
Doiothy Sapp spent the weekend '''I'U'I': or' i'iiictTioroil > '' wil .
nitlmi to tllrk. In \>'Vi I TtIMII: : > by Hon. H. ,L. ..h'.lnl' an.Iliilge against her.It 1M7.OFKILIAI
tit NK':', _! 2S 0 21 n..... ,\. .\nI.c.n, ______ 12.57 I;, with her cousin. Many Supp In I (Online nut N... niiNMTICK : > of the Circuit Court; Illt. In further, ordered I that thin order ( < SK.M.: )
Ij.ln 1. 2 of nik' HI. I.lyIngMton | I : I IS IIKHKHY I: IIIVK.V.: That ford. County Florida., In ,.hln..y. be 1II.IMh..o, once week forfour I ,\. J. THOMAS.I'lerk .
., Truby & Co'aAifdfilon i II'ooher.l1'S. M V. WlKKliiH, .. of Tax CertlfIcale In I bat certain' caune pending, In nald """ "I'lv.' weekn In the Bradford of 'h."t
to !lnl'k. In I H. A. Welch and Mrs. No. U. .h.lh.the day ..ofSeptember Court' n h.I..ln M. .\. Smith an Limitlator County ..'.1./1'1. pilbllnhed In Bradford. 1'1

Wi', of NK', __.23 8 23 l'IInO\I'1 .----_____ 10.05 'i Frank Richard were visiting Mrs. i A, .|I'i 1i:15.! : 2'H\... name' <. for itradl'ord Coiint> Hank, arporiiloii. Starke, Bradford" .lnlY. Florida.Thin !-3-5t-IO-l)
Iu. < Is plaintiff and M. ..1.r' the 27lh dav of 1937.A. -
Loin 4. 5 of Illlc 14. f.lv- In my office and han application Algl..l. ---
IngNton. Truliy, & Cfi'xAililitlon Marion Sapp Friday.Mis. I I for U lax deed "ti>.d" leHlledthereon. '''Il..wlnl Kt. A I. are dffendalltn, .,. THOMAS.Clerk I NO'lKi: OF PPIIllll >

to Starke InW I Shuler. and Miss Dot : : Said, certificate embraceHthe 6X'.t\', the undernigned, Sp 1- | of l'lr..11 ('O\I.t. FOH T \ 1.1-1.
of NKi":' 2* 0 2 M M M..r/11 _____ 11.69 lola (l-Hi-rlbed, ,property, III rial. Master by nald. decree appointed. 9-3-ut-IO-l l.ennte Hill 'n. I.al
Lot 4 i'f Illk r, LlvlngHton. Supp were visiting In Luke Butler I" f..l.wllJ rtrniirc.nl., of will ...1 to the highent bidder" fi.r,' XOTI"I'" : ,IS IIKIIKIIV: : "
Truby & Cn'n SuliIHvNIon I Gainesville 11., to-wlt "al' 4finh I front or' the Smith' front' A. If. Oreen. holder ..1' ft.
: : ; to Slarke i NK'\ ', .no Sunday 'I"'ll. Half of Quarter i! iloor, of the' f'.radford, County. Couttlioune ,; 'o'J"I.: OP >101.1"1'10'. I ,'nl. NII. 3..>. iHHiied i ia I

of :1'1' 23 8 2 _. Trnxtees Presbyterian I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bennett were and \Vent 1'"lh.\.t. n..r \\Vct In Starke, Florida, dttrlng I the 1 T\\ .: uly, A. H. In.in. In. !I
Chiirrh _________ ___ 1.30 vis-iting In Sturke Saturday. Solith-Kaft: quarter Si-c- 'li-gal 1 hi.lirn or nale. on Mondav, OcI ( ..n.t. Hill llll: my offlre mill IUIM r. >rfor ,
I.i.t I ,if 111k T & nil fllk 4 1..lr.r. Town-hip rt South' llanire I tober 4th A. I>. : the following! xo'rl"1. IS HKUKHV: IIIVKN.: Thut a tux deed to If '
I. I ;11'1 : Smith, lioldt nt
'Loin i, 2 of ink 9 $ ---- --- I Ka't ConlalnlliK t 07> acreHmore lirenilxeH' nltliate In llrndforil' and "11 r Tux tvr- Suld rert emlir.4 '*
1, it- i. :, .r ink I HI, i.ivIng.ton or lent*. lAlacliua Cimntlen, FI"'hll., to-wll : trh'"I.. :.. 020. iHHlled I.. "til day i 'IIIK ....1111"1.. proper'n'' ''
A l
I9TI.! h" '
Trnliy" & Co'Snb.illvlxlon I tiRAUAMMr The iiHm'smeitl' nf the Hllld propunder NI.J tit NKi:' ( and of Nl-Ji.' 111 nlTlcp. I r'.o Hani" ''of I'' odro.I, "Iul.

In Mturke" ... I.. l'. Smith. ..t I ,. the ..iiid certificate, IHHIIed I and tt\j\ tit :\\ i| nnd NK'j I ofN i I I rut' I ion'my for tux: df IIUH>i'd :: lif iNHiipil'thfreon. nptill-: .wit:
In .N4:> of :(;' 2t 6 I TrunteenChurch' rrenbytcrlnn l.ur..n. wa In the 'name of Frank Steiner. \\''/;. Sec Tup. 7 S. II. 21 H.Together :. Suld H i KuHt'liiilf: of North.
_______________ 435 Mr. and Mrs. Percy Jones and : I I with the telieinentn, cert If ifiii'. .intiraceH'th : of Sotlthwent Onar'-' '
1..1. a. t of ititt 21. LIVItigntnn. ', I'nlexgi paid certificate Miall I l. re.deemed 'I h..I.II."I.' and aiipurten-" r.I..wln. d".I..1 11''I'.rly In 2 TowiiHhip' a South I I! *, ;'
Triiby A Co's little daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. '1 jlh" .lltY Mute' of KllM.: f01lt.lflllllK-
I to law, the properly .. I .,' |
Hllh.\'I..I..1, to Starke of | ....n..IIII will be ,I I I K.: I 1C I'KIIIIVMAN: lo-wl: I I fir leHH.The .
: .f NH'i,: 2? 0 2 A. T. I'niilTriintee ____________ 3.45'', Randolph Reynolds Tampa i the hiKhent IhPI..I"bidder at 'the s.I.I ', A Special .Manit-r' In (Chancery i .rthv..1 I".t.r. of Soul lifiinttjtinrti.r linHPHlnellt of tin "p.,
Ht One-fmirth
I'.lk I. 22. Livingston, I weie visiting relatives here over I bonne door, on th flrnt Monday, I|I KNIllHT & IvNHlHTlAttorneyM I of fifNorthpaxt I ty under the Hald veil f .uoJ
Truby A Co'n Suh-illvl- the I I .the month of No\einber. I'.ii7: which, i iII. : for 1IIIIIIrr117.3tIOl K QI".t.r.rtton 2S Mmit heitntQuarter I WIIH In tlie name nf "i'irnlexH :
Html tn Still t Ue In NK"iof I wEek-ent.l. 1 IH the Iht dav -November. II.'I7.! : TowliHlilp 7 Haid rertlflcut.". .d.< .
:' 2* 8 Mr. and Mis. I. W. South. HlnK" 21 1':1.: ', I'lintiiiliItiK V PrjP,
:; Z t'renbyterlanCliurih Dyal were > Mated t thin :5(11:( h ".IY of September.I I deemefl acroi'dintc to !:1'
___u______?_ E.83 Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Wasdln I I :I7 "1".:(. U. "I \WTIII: M 'O'I'J'I': AO nfreN.. nion* or" IVHH.Tlif erty r..lh..1 Ih..h V *,"'.
1..1.. i, I of nik no. r.iv- visiting I (OIFFICIAF. SK.U,> : OKNotlt4 .": BKHeHHiin-nt... of the nuld propfrty to l lii.Jil.houne .-. 'u r
InK.I.... Truhy & Co'" in the Waldo section Tuesday. I A .1. THOMAS, IH hereby Riven that tin* 11.1. th. nulil f.lllrlrfI. was door I he fit' M, u>L- '
Miili-Mlvlxlon to HI.rkeI" tier and In In th. nnme of C. I'. ..tl wlncH '
I Clerk, of circuit' Court" off accordance with that certain the ,month .
of .VKI.:. of xm 6 __ ___ We are sorry io report that Mrs.J. .. I'nltfHH Hiild be re- 0..1;.
I Wil. n"h..ts -- 6.55 f Hradford" final' decree of .rlrl.Ale .hal the 4th day U'I.b '
>;ti I, 2 or, I K'j;' OkU A. McKinney is on the sick Ist.MI's. I!, ii-24-5t-IU-22: l'.unlf. 'I..lr" Hale rendered, by .. f..en.. I ",.h.I.1."t r rHH 0..0.,", 11. prop Pilteil thlH :illlh d.l"> < ''.
'Ih..d I Hold
'. l.lvlnKHtnn. I Judtre of Ihw Circuit (' h.r..11 wil 1937.UKFKIAI.
A <* I"I\.I" County K lor Ida. In < 'h n- 1 < ( < I'A'.I.1i
of Xl-i.:' of XRH I SJ 8 2 r.lllle "u.l.l.r. _______ 6.60 Wales is visiting her parents Mr. '0"'U'1 0..'. rpi.icTioOennl > I that certain can.' hoiiHM floor on thi firnt Monday In A. THO.MAH.
f of lilk 47. I "'01' UI'U: : la Hiild Court wherein, M. A. .IM; Hi. month of iiftolivr, )1:7. whli-h IHIhf of fll-flll' "r
N'.h'I: ''Kr':1.2: : Truhy & I and .Mrs. J. A. McKinney for several HIM >. l llXllTICK : HH liquidator for. Bradford County 4th d.iy of (, .. 1!>07.liatfd ... Count) .'rda

I'nV Ih.I...". to day. I IS HMItKflV" : IIIVK.V.: That ftanK. I corporation. IH |>lalntlff and tlilH 26th day of .\lgu.l. -3-5t-10-l
"1'lk. of :'. rv. 2S t I llaxelVllllam I _______ 5.55 "'. H. KdwardM.: .1..., holder of TaxCertirlcate Ma Me' A. Walnu-rlirhl Kt. AI. are. defendant IflnTOl'I'MCIAt -
1.,1. I. 2. of nik I. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bert and No. (100. iHciied the 7th.dav M, Can** No. tt54 the under ( SKAI.> .. ,.,: 'H
Mat h..WM Adilitlon. I daughter, Miss Keith, of the Wal : of AiiKUKt, ,\. n. l!':il: hax riled Hlirned' Sited,.I Munter. by nald d.011.0111. ..- A. J. THOMAS, "Pt:( U. .".'I... I t
In NVVllV of name In my and haw "rt.application ," crvw, will to the high- rierk Walnut st A H of Hth St 21 6 I F. S. M.th.w. ___ ___ 32.R5 do section were dinner guests of : for,.rh'. deed tn "be iHHliedthereon. ,, PHI u.,. .....h. .1 II front of the l'llllly. Klfirfdu. Xol.. h..r..hv 11\" \\IJ' "nd'
l.i.l n of nik 2. 1Vmpli Said certiricate .. South front door 0-2-St-lO-l "" n"'o'd"n.... Ih'. coInll
.. Mr. and Mrs, L. C. Smith and family of the Bradford . wlh ... In
'tlll." tn stnrki. InS I the f"I..I"1 dexcriheri ..h'.1 ( 'onniy CourlhouKtt in Starke Flor d". nr Clr.
: .r X\Vl, &Wlj' of Sunday I tlie liradford., ida dtirlnif the l I"KI'' houra" of ..II. NOTH'K OF APPI.'l'IIO"' .11. r.nl..r...' hv lnn .\ I .
NH'iV: i.f lly 2S 8 S3 Mm. Cella Curttr Kstate 765S3 Miss Evelyn Bert of Waldo waa 1"I"'la. I.-wl IMI Monday, October 4th A. D. 1937. FOB T'l' u.tn: n.. Jld". .r Ih. ., Char
All (Ilk SO Kx r.r.tn. i. 9.TenipleH 1. 33. 47 4 In Woodlawn "hm I prenilHtfH ttittiate In t (.enH Ailditlim to the guest of Miss Ellen Johnson I rulnwlll NOTICK: 1 H ': IIIVKN, That .Ir.rtrnd .Ialn "
Section 1 S. Townxhlp 1 County Florida, to-wlt: > f'ry .ry. Ihnl ( .'
1..ln',1 .
Ilu.k. In NK'' nf :\'VI I II IISummy. I Smith KaiiKe 22 K"nt, ,'nllllnlnl : i .r NW i of >' Sec. 23 'MI..r "hllmlh. of Tax Certificate .. (',.u..1 .h..h. f.I'(
XK'i \V of 2H 8 J. It. Kltch ___________ 43.30 ni> acrex, more or lexx.The I> Twp. A S. It. 22 I.t tain'In g Innued the 4lh' day 1.lnd H"nlc ..r 'uilml'. "'IIO
Lot 1'I of Ilk 22. Tempi". Howey Starling returned Thurs axHexlnent. of the xalil properI J I 10 acre* more or lent.. or July A. H. 11Z. linx riled name S. II. ThomiiHoti !n "\\uitit;

Ailillllon Htarke. I In day nfter ii few days visit with relatives ty under the mild .....Irl'll. Ixxued I U. K PKIIUVMAN, In my ftfflce ll" n"I., alI..o-. fendantH I Cune No. '' ""' |,
NKl, of X\VI' W'>' of I tion ror" tax MIIHIH' | .
1 wax in the name of Stewurt. I AM Special' Manter III diaiu-ery. t h. Hla-ned 1..lnl
NK'lV ..rv 23 6 S3 Cyrus PUtrunk ___ ___ 3.45 In Palmetto. I A.I i iCnlexx KNMUIIT & KNIIJUTAttorneyi thereon. Said l..Ufh'nl. emliracexthe rren ,' will hel, .
I.otn 1. I I. n. f. 7. f, II. 12.ii. 1 Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Frazier and Hiild certificate H.hul be I .< for ,plaintiffNorirn following ,d"Hcrtbed |iroierty| In ent bldiler. for ronh. 'I Mart' ,
: M of Ilk 24. IVmpleaAililltlnr deemed according to 1ti\v. 'h. property 1'." the County, of /1..u"I. State of Mouth front door of { ''FI

HI".k. InNK :>ons Charlie und Bobbie of Jacksonville d. Mcrthcil. therein, wil be Hold ,." .1.31-10-1 P'I.rhla. to-wlt: I'ountv rmirthoiiHe: ItIda. < ,r .
:>, of XWl', i W'i ofNH I in the hlKheHt bidder. the courthonxe OF PPI.IC TIOFOH \ Northeant of North- diirlnx the lewnlon I I
,:., W of llv ..2SCn 8 S3 (leo. F. Scott _._______ were visiting our sec floor on the flrxt Mondav In TtX' HK.Rn: went Q'"r'.r'Qlo'I..r.r Section 17 Monday. Oi-toher. <, 'I. ')

Lot boll titled X bv Dn 1.4 I tion Sunday the month of November. 19:17: which I <..,iHte Bill N.,. IHIII I Townxhlp South. n"" 22 the follitwlnir premlni., 'ia'.-. ]
vl' :Truliv" Ail.l 'R byKv I Mrs. Annie Ward spent the week jx the Ixt. dav of November. 1937.I'nted NOTICK" : HKItKBV: ( X. That 1'I.t.: containing 40 Acien,, .more Hradford founlv Kloi', -I.
s 1 bv l.nml of MI-II thin 20th. d.iy. of September" U A. I"OWI, lioldi-r of Tux or ... I..' H2 nnd :l of ,.. .
KllllilllV l.y Walnut, end with her son-in-law and daugh- 1 10:17.OKKKMAfj: cate, 1..I..rt the l'.rICI- The 6 22 K: and I..I "J
St. ._.2S 8 33 Mru. O. J. tlrlffln ---- Mr. and Mrs. ( I1M.> September' .\. H ll5:! 21.1.,', .y annennment' the nalfl of the nalil prtiperty Twp.I.C H K. 22 K. .' l1'1.II I
.er Volley Iu. certificate. Innueil
H of Cor 1.711 McKinney .am. "n1 .:
Com ISil'i A. J. TIIOMAH.Clerk und hax plat of Woodlawnpair
f 1P my upplicaII '
of .1 A rirnniti. It, in Starke. of Circuit Court ofPrHdford .."" ..nI..tl" .... .1 la" <. xuedthereon. Hanfnrfl.lTnlenH win. In the name of Harvey I of I'lat Hook ,
run 'n5 ft K: 52(4( ft N < .'Iorhla.PH.it.IO:2 h. with Itn tenemenlH' "r.d'"jmenu
Mr. and Mra. J. W. of ounty I "" 1 certificate embracenthe nald be er .
lot rt (. Call St th.nc. I, Reynolds folluwlllg. dencrlberl ".rlfh'at. .hal re and 11'1.1"11 ,
W on milil Ml I. liev2S 6 S3 J. J. & Errio Jones ___ '.4 Fall-field were visiting his mother :the ,Countv: of llradriifd;;! property, State of In deemed a"'ordl,1 "I. prop..rty the r..nl. .n.1 t -\\1? ""'
/' nf XW of MunilerHun d..II.d Ih".11 will be Hold to K. :
oin O'I'U": <>! HPI.IC TIO> : MA KITH n.W ,
Mrs. Etta 1.'I"'ld. the
who Is 'h"n.r<
Lime A llo Reynolds very .' 1".wl hl"h..t at the court '
riinAllty nit T 'l \ i>fiirnnte > 1..1. ( Twelve of Block AH Sneclal MI.I.
1 run X on aid ill. Sunday. I I < BUI' No. 111:11: Twenty Ward City, Section 8 the "month. .. of on the firnt Monday In KNKIHT & KNIllHTAttorney"
'.nl. ftV 60 ft S 63rt =0'1"1; HKIUOBV IIN.: That Townnhlp 7 .ulh. llango 20 October. 1937. which for plaintiff
Mrs. the 4th
Ethel Hancocx of
of Tampa day October,
!I.> Hvixan Alley thenceK I .. Thol"lo" hold.r of Kant.The 137. 9-10-41-10.1
.. J.hIM.
: tn I-* 2S 0 SI .:. L Blue* Kntate___. 33.4 .vas visiting her aunt Mrs. Kate i i.tarling I I Tax .rUf..I. No. :316. Ixmied the annenment of the nald prop Jnl.d thin 28th day nt .
One ,l.itt ( '.. / ft ofVW Htli "IY MI. P. I'l-JX. erty under the naid ''l..111IB'
\ OF
: [
over the week-end. I 1' hl"rl..1 ".rllfeal. IHntted (OFFICIAL SKAL) NO'II
< of f lit :
Hume and :
1 >110.01 orh.. nan I wan 111 the name ron -r\\ iii-i--I
I.al. A I"K.n1.. & Mr. and Mra. Lloyd Johns attended ... application tax deed tn I'nlenH nald certificate "l'nklown... re A. J. THOMAS. .. Rill 'n. ':'!
"run .V 17 ''be Ixxtied thereon. Said certificate deemed Clerk of Circuit t Court of (*e < 'Th'
.6.1 rr w s.i 1 I ou'd' r church nt Trenton Sunday. I embrace, the following deiicrlbeilproperty dencrlhed according' law will the be property noli! Bradford County, }'I.rlla. NOTII-R" 1 I.H 1HI.It1tj,: : ;rll,
Ih..ln *
I. l.o.I..y theniHK -- In the County uf 1'adro"d., tn the hiffhent' bidder at the court 35.11'11Tu'.io"A K. C Prlent. he .".1' ,'"fotf
: ..1 24 < I K.: 1.. Klgga N.II. ___ State of Florida .to-wlt : door on the flrnt Monday in .- No. l.ued 'h."' '' ',! VSeptember.
I.OO h.IM. '
PPI. A. I> IMS. 1-1" ; "
Com :)H7iji f K .f NK,: C'orof PINE LEVEL Went Half, or South-Went Quarter Hie, month fit October, 1937. which !I. i-\TIO.-l and linn mltlon "
liroiulwuy A llnvt SH of North-Went Quarter of the 4th tlay of 1917. FOH T\\ .. : In my office ,.0.
nil :X Hlile of; llovl Ht A tlr*. II. ft|. .. Correspondent Section n Township 7 South, Hated thin 3rd.O"oh.r.. day September, (lenite Bill .. IK.1I for tnx tleeil I. ,IO'-
.Re. '
run \ rt K r> rt s Itu r, e 22 I-laxt. cniitalnliiK: 20ncrex lt NOTH'K 1>HKRKBV ( V.N.: That thereon. Said f rtlfl: : ,f, "
1115: fl NII '. rt ti>'1 ev 24 6 23 .\. J Cilfris ____u_._ 11.89 W more" or lenn. I (OFFICIAL SKAL> (. u. Pow"l. holder of Tax th folliiwhiK; deHiTlhed (
I...'. fl. II, l.r Illk I. are sorry to report the 1.1 I The aHMexxmetit of the nald property A J. THOMAS.clerk cate :: : I..u.o the cth l..I'lrl- the. County of I.H., '

2. ,City F'lllk -' I'I :ies.-t of little Neal Crosby son under thu nald certificate Ignited of Circuit Court of September, A. n.1192. him rl..1 name Klorldii. to-wlt.
NoiHiter -
.Inn Wetherly' & I'nr- j wax In the name or "C. I. Bradford" County Florida. In 'my ofHre atid 1'un al.I'"'. North-half of
I. .
Mr. and tll'I.I I
Mis. R.
M. He has .
l.n'. Adilitlon tn HtiirkeIn Crcmby. L'nlexH nald tion for a tax .P d to be lenn Jnn. Ip11"hll'

SWt, or Si:1:' 24I 1 23 W. N J.h""," _e. -- I been 111 xeveral weeks and we hope '" deemed .,.,..,..111.rUt'.nl.\.hnl. h.prop- 9,35t.II1O'I'U' therenn. Suld celtlflcate ."1".I.t. 6 ". 1.1.1.,
"., 10, II of iiik *. rMtyfarl tlie, 1 Aci'
: will be well I erty .1"M'rl".1 1'1.1" will be notd to % OF trrt.K-vrioN r.luwl"l ,1.M"'lh. ,property In .nulnlnl
"< Sitb-KivlHlon- ae soon again. j!\'the. the
the court hounedoor FOH vniri: "IY 11"01'1, stute of I... .
therly < ;'armeirn: Aililllli.n i Mr. and Mrs. Austin Fender vis- on the flrnt Monday In the <*en. Bill '.0. KCII .'h.ld.L. tu-wl The niHf>.Hment unld.r .
If.xtitrk* In MVtof month nf November. I937, which lathe NOTICK: 1 IS : : 01That: I One A on the K nlde if the 12 rtv under the f i
MMi: 24I 8 13 Minnie I r.. RedgraveMrn __ 3.7: ted the b..li e of Mrs. Fender's.ather I let d.iy nf Nuv.mb.r. 1937. Mrn. Irnm K. IIFH.IY('N. ', holder of Tax A tract fif land formeily owned .n.1 wu in lh. n"1

.r-t 7. A .r llk. U. ilimkln Kev. R L Batten of Ther.ssii Hated thin IS day of ...'t..r. Certificate 9."il! Innlied the by f. <* Oooilwlne In N1. tit NK> I HI.II..r.U" rertlfldeemed I
A.I.I. ..29t 8 1 I.Uile IlolllngHworlli I ] 1917OFFICIAL day of .\IKU"'. A: H. 19ii: : hax 7'1 or S\V'i; bounded:: 'byViil.. Hall.t .. .. wild I'
____..____u__ C.15 Sunday. ( I I:,H.> mime In mv office and hax made Smith' by Sarah Scott Section 21 nfronl ln -
A..r.. In NK'i. of MF.'i Mrs. II. M. MeRle and A. J fA .plication for a tax deed to be ap Townnhlp """I h. Itunge erty d, Hfrllied (. h..n
.". 'i1 K: by Dowlili4A. '' daugh-I!I Clerk or Clrculf Court ofFlrndrord tliereon. "hi. ertlflcatH, 1."t Kant: ",, I 1 acre, 2 I the hlalielit .Iddderhoiine
.I,I : br St W by Mt AX I tar, Odessa, B M. County, Florida. the ; ..In lenn.The. "talnlll more door on in *

MM by tI.kln.d.) -. :' 6 23 J. ( lioyd .____..___ 8.80 .laughters. Gwendolyn and Shirley a.t.a-IO.1: the r"l"wl"l, ..1.'rlh.t prtiperty, state of the month of nctonI
On 2I'J I Florida to-wlt Hrllor" a..M..lt' nf the .alil prop I I.. the 4th day of < t
N A ;h.r; .I2l V.l. K Il\; I and o. J. Jackson were visiting Mr. II I 'O'IU'.: 0 PPf.H' TION Southeant Quarter: of Northeant erly un..r Ih. .""I certificate In- Hilled tliln Srd d.u)

In : Cor of .HK':'. I ml Mrs. T. N. Norman in Gum & TnKf.1t' Quarter of Section 17 .u..1 WI". the name of Ada :11..k. In.IOF"'fCIAI.
"I':'. U 8 2 T. J Alilermaa. .__. ( IB.IINOTII'K 6 South. KunKe 22 Townnhlp ... nald certificate fhnll h.1' H AI;.1
Branch section Sunday. :IS trl.mltn"il: That ing 40 Acren. more I..t.l I."onlll. deemed according tn I.w. the prop J. "
CARL, JOHNS Tax ; .. erty tlenrrlbefl be .ierk of rinBradford
Collector. Miss Currle Alvarez spent the Thoman 1'lu\'n' Ijiura Belle I, The annenment of the naid prop to th. highent .11 mild Co"
llrown.' ( Tax Certificate hl.I'.r h. rnurt
hold.r. o erty uld..r the .le ('.rltl"II. In- houxe door on 'I..t Monday In t-J-It-IO-l

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Bradford County High School Journal


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'I XM'IJU,! / I'UBK ARE DOINGGrace 'MADE BY SPEAKER Jacksonville Clara! Flume spent Sunday in BEST LIFE STORYFifth The juniors are making a good NAMED LEADER

,\ | | start In their money making campaign -
A'' 'l ,I 41III7t111tiv'111LFiKrY: : : Arwood The prettiest Honor Th>' Father Ami I Jack Strickland was visiting In tirade C boost's The seniors seem to be all Emlnltn"!! Morgan Elected'

., ,,'I KI>ITOH Kill in the senior class last year. .Mother, Says KeKlMher .\. I Jacksonville Saturday. Dorothyllllum* "in hopes." Ninth Grade "It'-!
'::ulld'I' POT) BISHOP is at present attending Business CI'onVoott'n "spent' the day in President! The tenth home room la quite! PreeidentClass

-I11IITH I BI>IT(mI college in Alabama. We wish you ; Jacksonville Sunday. !popular In the morning before.
I IcIW: rMJMSIlSUITPIIXKY : the best of luck Hazel Thomas' went to St. Augustine -
The high school held its regular I The fifth grade has been drawing sl'hoot.Vhat with all those viol. officers have been electedby

.:',t.A( 11A1 1 1'J.SSISlII' ; KI'ITOIl Beatrice MoseleyPeiliaps you chapel program Friday.; I Earnest Sunday.Phillips was visiting InJu'k..onvlJle maps in history and !geography, Inn. guitars and banjos, it 'looks the Freshmen and are as fol-
have heard about the second prettiest The program was opened with Also the students wrote stories of like we'll have a Mt'hoolU'Htl'a\ lows:
.I''foiN: : ,nniTtiu: girl in the senior class last the Sunday. President Sewell.VicePresidentEmmaline.
I'HAIM'IJ" Lord's Prayer, and, was followed their lives to see which one could yet Gayle
'tiNA f'oshia Smith, Miriam Guy, Edna :
year- -if so, here is some Interesting by all singing "Stir Spangled write the beAt which Is printedIn This weather Is made to order Mor-
Pearce Frances Peek and Har-
,:.MIUIA.M-i\i- :HlYTlTtEDITORIALS! news_ about her She Is at Banner. ," directed byfrs\ Wall. llet Bishop spent, Wednesday aft- the paper. Marion Love wrote for banketbull. The sooner we gan.

present working at the Southern Mr Benson led the assembly In the ernoon In Gainesville.Snookey the outstanding< autobiography! ; stall having games the better we II Secrctaiy--Sum Simpson

Bell Telephone Co., In Jacksonvilleand selute of the flag. !; Coipemng has moved to all about how she was born In Holland like it. Come on, let's start getting Treasurer-Matthn Mathews
likes the work u lot. She In- and how she came to Americato some school !
We had as our guest speaker! the Jacksonville where she will con- pep up ReportersLouisE Stern and"
BEING .()tJ" tends to become an excellent operator H William C, Fischer, pastor of tinue going to school.! be n real American. This Is the I I \VI.1.11 hold our breath when Alta Smith.
and we know she will succeed the M. E. Church who first American. lI'hoolshe has everbeen Billy Long stalls experimenting
Is one of the myste- gave a most Grace Green spent Saturday The room committee throughSeptember
Being you' Good llolck. "Bee. \ In. Fifth graders have formed with acids and in the chemistry! ;
that each of Interesting and helpful talk to the morning in Gainesville. gas 24 nan been appointed:
I rious qualities have cause an individual S G. Denma k--My goodness! interested students. Rev Fischer Hazel/ Moore\ Lillian Moseley andA. a room club nnd elected Dorothy I j lab. We only hope Billy comes out I Muriel Hall and Emmaline Mori \ ,
murtals, to Don't tell have I
me you forgottenS. Williams President and Leo
us Just the simple ruleof Chase as his sciiptme the first Z. Adkins, Jr., were visitors in us I whole If you ever hear aloud ,
per.on.lity G. But of course you couldn't Psalm Cooper as Vice-Presldent. They |' gan.The
makes life vivid in- Gainesville Wednesday afternoon.Margaret "ploslun that will be the result of book committee for the
'Be You" forget the best-looking boy and certain ones to water i
It makeaUils His talk was on ten things which : Pearce and Frances appointed | his putting the wrong things together freshmen are Leonard. Smith and
tfrc si mg and fascinating bunt sport of last year's senior he siiid he flowers, wash the board, keep the | I
Peek spent Sunday afternoon In no doubt. Sam
w-'ilil brilliant when it would class! He is attending the University 7hedSUlggesloneevvere bookcase straight and keep the I Simpson
idheiwi.so be dull, uninteresting of Florida but hasn't derided again. \ Gainesville floor cloiiu. i I Why clcjii't the nenior tings hur- The room has u lovely leading '.
so fine that we wish to make a list. Emmallne Morgan spent Sunday I
and get here.. We hear that theolder
ry table with magazines! furnished by
end RI8' yet what he will specialize In. Show
1. Be Marion\ Loves autobiography -
n Christian (symbolize a afternoon in Ocala. Interesting
Don above all things else: pat them, S. G., that success can go true American). Sileot li in follows: was mulled! Monday. ]Mrs Anderson, teacher It also has
I -ouiHi'lf after someone justhrrauie with good-looks! Ruby was visiting :Mil. 'tain and Edna: have been n beautiful Coleus ought by Muriel \ -
,tern 2, Study the Bible Gainesville Sunday In 1027 I was born at my grand
1 tSounds) (Hall./
he or she happens to be Mildred Brown- -The most athletic 3, Refuse to keep bad company Hllzel :Moore) was visiting in mother's home in Holland! find '
IMPUIOI, >r considered great in the gill in the whole senior classof 4. Strive for a strong body Jacksonville Saturday traveled to America when I v.aa' 'I" very It Into'I'e.Ung.'hy don't .- -

\ eyes ,l the world. How tiresome '37 is married, I suppose you 5. Refuse to use tobacco. Edna Pearce spent the week-end four months with mold y patents, and tell us all theyit The State of North Dakota has

tills world would be If everyone know, and intends to become a 6. Retrain from using ofamty visiting Miriam Guy In Hampton from there sailing to China when ? :5.276 miles of railways within its

were exactly alike To be great Is, very good wife. We know she 7, Refuse to drink Intoxicating -- _- -.- -- --- I wait eight months old. While I I I Peeper.ELEMENTARY, borders.
all, very simple. "Simplicity will succeed for is chinks. -- --
after Midge a very "I.OTTA I'll.\TTKK"The was u little baby we lived in Shan
I is the right key to all true greatness smart girl.Randolph. 8. Cultivate the practice of see- Seniors have started some- ghai on the sixth, floor of u large *

If therefore, your person- Quuiles Ranny was ing the good and beauty of life, thing else new this yearyes they apartment building, but I spent :

ality and hfe Is the exact patternof the most athletic boy and one of D. Stand for the right at till have- believe it or not they have most of the days when the weather' I ECHOES ] IIi
some one else's, it ceases to at- the best boy sports last : times.
ye'tr. oiganied n club Just for their was nice, in the park with my old
tract attention. After that happens Someone Is very lucky to have himas 10. Honor thy father. and thy home room--it promisi-s to be full nurse or, as the children In China
I your chances are lost forever a produce salesman In Jackson- mother of I
surprises you'll find out all chall her "amah She was a nice\
I of being considered great and being ville at present. Runny surely can If the tenth rule is followed you about itso don't get Impatient. fat old thing and looked after me i I Varied ActivitiesIn Fourth Grades

remembered by men, years af- talk as everyone ut B. H. S. knows will automatically obey the first Every one was almost knockedout like I was her very own. Ii

| ter you have gone from their line so we are sure he will succeed. by goes what the excellent Some times my grandmother, The Sixth GradeI Study Cave MenWe

if vision Don't try to imitate but Give them that famous "line" Ran nine.We certainly enjoyed Rev. Fish talk that Doc Wainwright gave who Is Dutch, took me on trips to I .

| emulate and excel) ny and. we know they will buy! I er's splendid talk and hope he can I welcoming the new studt'nts--beg Java a bcatuiful Island In the I a week's time the. sixth have been studying about the >

Each and every person should Aitloid Brown Good old Art- come back soon and talk to us your pardon, Doe, for not mentioning Dutch East Indies, where I have.|I grade haa observed the hut hllllYs Cave Mun. We drew pictures about

j develop his Individual personality; ford, best dressed and most popular iiguin. the fact la--t week. better late un aunt and, an uncle. My aunt :,,,01 three of the pupils. him and ninde a play out of the

I let his goal and aim In life on avery boy of last year. He It at the ( than never I have you aren't of has a little gill who was also: born ,,, They me us follows: Marjories story "How the First CI.iy Dishes

| nigh level. The next important University of Florida studying memory become dull ? If so J.h.eIII fended.It in Holland und there is only fifteen :j I Davit, Sept 24, Fay Yaibrough, Were Made" We especially enjoyed ;

I thing Is to meet, each day, the Business Administrntion.! areFurl' no time like the present tobrighten certainly seems nice-like old days difference in our ages, so ', Sept'; 27, and Olin White Sept. 2$. "Fleet :Foot, The Cave Boy" r
', that arise Artford will succeed If the up. Everyone really should about We have been studying about
jaftlmg problems times tooto see! Mr Benson's when I again went to Java Friday a class meeting was held.
I mhethei they be great or small, gills will let him! Good luck, Art- keep: up with what the senior classof jolly face around the school -smil- one year ago (and I stayed so long ,I The meeting waR called to order by New YOI'k.Ve lire planning an

| with outage to do right; try to ford! last yenr does: for they were a ing at us--who isn't cheered up that I had 1 to /go to school there) | I the:' president The clasH decided to imagine trip to Belgian. Congo. -.

uKe each problem to the best ofur Virginia Fugate One of the fa- very blight and smart group. Perhaps and helped by a smile ? my cousin and I were in the samegrade have the Motto, Song, Blid and We are going to make passport, '

\ ulity und not the way you mous twins of Starke and the most Marie will be able to get a The seniors are very impatient I leaned to speak Dutch : ('alat'9 crmiiman choiiHc. Birds, : anti because without passports we can .-

I think i >ime! one else would! solve it, popular girl Km year Is at the Job over the raolio'e wish ;you 01' just about that hut, my goodness before I ever knew tiny Englishand : I Songs ugain. The colors selected not enter a foreign country.We '

I unless, .- u are sure that Is the best Kloildii. State College for Women lu'klul'le! : They. have so. many things to even my papa learned some I I were red and hhllfotto, "He have been writing business

I ana l'rtt solution. Assert your and intends to study veiy hard and Chester Moody Oh, no, Chester he impatient/ about one thing in Dutch from me when I came back! | fair and square.; There was a lot t cis. Our teacher sent the best j

I Indiv. u.il personality but always become a teacher Perhaps she, we didn't forget you. I don'tthink I paiticulurtheir lings! Another I have. also been on a journey; by program chairman appointed this one to New YOlk City '>J

10 it in ii simple, direct and hon- too, will teach at B. II. S. If so hard to we ever the will for it will be thing is the three hells they haveto steamship from Shanghai to New week, Fuy Yurbrough.i Each day several pupils plan andpresent .. ,
forget blufferof
| cat way the school will be very fortunateto biggest( wait for before York which took fifty-two days'and
leave their for .
they short our
class Many bonks have been brought n program : ,
have better 1 the of 37 Mr. Moody i.i !I i I
-.-- ---- '- Virginia rooms- they are always anxious toget we stopped at all the Interesting latest exercises. J. C. Paiker
at the to the! room, but the are as morning t'
TIIIII Ins; FOR WEEK known as "Ginny", went down and present planning rai-.e a and places on the wuy like Hong- :. .
tobacco on a farm ut New going perhaps It's to keepahead I i follows: "The Cave Twins", by brought his mandolin and played i
I The good man who goes told them whole to send her a copy crop of the game! kong, Singapore, and Colombo on ': Lury-KIUh Perkins, "The Spartan several numbers for IA'e\ hopehe "
I is usually the bad man or the Bradford County Telegraphto. I : Ha, ha, did you notice the the Island of then. through''j
wrong The fox ditches Ceylon,
sleeping no poul will do that
"Mi.\ ? Be better Twins" by the same author, "The again.
I (found 'UI! She intends to keep up with sure ;you raise try -- the Junior class certainly the Red Sea and the Suez Canal i'I
tobacco than Chester I Story of Our Early Anc-estois" byHl'nl'y Clad ReporterGIoilu Cooper
2, There is little In him one, see. We hope she ony one fine to where we
good every you can't be compared to a sleeping past Egypt on Italy '
Good luck Pal! / Smith; Chapman, "TheMea at'hl'l'--1\.lIl1s\ Edwards,/
whc thinks he Is already good Is as popular there ns she was and Patsy Edmondson The fox they should, catch their poetry climbed Mount Vesuvius anti' saw dow Brook GUIs Acioss Country," _-_ __ ,.-.
'nough still Is here! most the lemains of From I I
I or what ever it Is wantI Pompeii.
studious student in by Janet Alrdrldge and "The Treasure roruiii iu\iK :NESTS
3 You cannot humiliate a hogy I Katie FugateOne of the peppy last High School ve an idea It is funds for the there we went to France and then i' Hunt of the S-18" by Gra-
and the
: th wing mud at him. I cheer leaders and the other famous year best allaroundstudent Junior-Senior entertainment be punt the Rock of Gibraltar on to I 1
M. Dean,
We to welcome Jun-
l in the were glad
1. ON average individual tires twin is also at the Florida State < senior class is at the sure and help them all can- .It New York and by train to Virginia -;|
you I I There ior Noegel to our loom 'last: week.He .
were -
present attending B. H. S, studyingsome some pretty/ EgypI
jimselt for Women. She Is where haft' farm. I
mi holding himself back.A College study- will be pieclated> much-- my papa a
more. Wise Patsy! She is | very I: than, and Phoenician boats drawn/ / brings our enrollment to thir-
good name is rather to be ing to be a successful stenographerand they've nlie.idy begun their good When in China I went to an English
going to teach some future day. 'I this week by Fay Yatbrough, Joe ty-nine pupils
hooen than great riches. she was very smart and a work! school nnd now I am attend.Ing a
We not English and l loan Klnluw. Marjole Sue Muldieton ought
too distant. We
hope sareiy -
'student B. H. S. almost school in America for the first i i
-.--- -- at su we are Lots of the gills are always talk- |I I
wish you a lot of success. Pat- Thursday for Language we. told l lanccdotl's her toy vlclrnlu to school Friday
(.0011 ADVICE I sure that she will be success ing about Gainesvilleand the In my life and am trying to be a '
The best fol. afternoon We to
were as enjoyed listening
Smile n u make somebody happy, ful. The person that she works sy boys ever since- -well, I've beenlisten.ng good American.By .
j Jlaht tit world, I a happier place to for will really be lucky to get such Ethel Taylor Another studious ; liefoie the dance Friday Marlon B, Love ]j I lows): It very much
girl of '37 and, we hope, always | "About a month little Margaret Monteith brought ca-
ieI' a capable WOI ker, Don't study too night it was because they were -- -- --- my
of the future. You will most teipilhir( to school in n glass jar.
cer- : cousin was eating out meal for
Jcic somebody new in your haul, Katie! thrilled just thinking about it- MEET THE SENIORS I
be I We watched him form a tiny
tainly hearing more about Ethel. ; breakfast and giandmothcrwalked
smiling today. Billy Powell Surely yon can'thave I now they talk ,ib<>ut what a grand I I my
thread the side of the
She has
a position with WPA the jar.
I Laugh; and the world) will smile and forgotten the laziest boy in time they hadit must have beena through dining room
at present. Come on, Ethel, and Clarice (illl and) s"ld'That is good for little Wu have been making a collec-
-ugh with you. the senior class! Yes, it was Billy wonderful dance My! My! your
L-' age somebody each day to and even if It does sound funny, it show them your cards! I am sure Those Little Women! I shall now tell you about one ,, biain' So my little cousin said, tion of toe'ks.

milt with a smile. Is true that he in at the Universityof you can! --Just Chat. of our most popular seniors who i!: -But grandmother, how can it? It Four new pouters art Japan were

... .-- Florida. He is going to study Ovid LewisThe friendliest I boy -..-.-- -- Is known for her beautiful voice I I: doesn't go that way.',- -By Evelyn put up in our loom last week.
of 1937. He was with us the fiist and her work in glee club. Clarice Hall. Some of
Washington, D. C., has more tel- forestry We wish him much luck! NOTICE our gills are making a
day of school and we were Gill stinted to school In B. H. 3. "About a when Hmall booklet
very year ago Peggy to use for riddles
el"1 flea' Marie Hlnson-
per hundred of population Say, you are sure Next Friday, October 1, is the I
nan any other city in the United to remember Marie voted ":\lIssSltl'cllllic very glad to see our former President Junior Tag Day in honor of Mr when she was six years of age and was two years old she wanted some that were made I tip in English

Slate : ,' 1 know, or has your of Student Council and chairman Benson's forty-fourth birthday. has been one of our outstanding I| cookies. We had i. man cooking for I class
- of several_ rnmmlffpns_ ___mnn_. n Hi_ la I students ever since We are all us but he had gone to the show. I Wandu Pearce-,Reporter.
Tags will be sold at the school and
assistant! manager of the Gainesville downtown. The funds will go to proud of her as a friend to all ,, Peggy told mother she wanted Mrs. Hart'-Teacher.
tKr 'i UK .MOST our OK 101 it Moroic WITH Branch of the Florida Land newcomers and her old friends as some cookies Mother said< she .(01''OliU
the Junior Class!' Treasury. The
K Inc. He Is going to study either whole-hearted. cooperation of stu- well. didn't know how to make them. .-; : : (JK\IK Xt\\S:

OOLMOTORSOIIXE Law or General Business at the dents and town citizens will beveiy Chit ice's birthplace was Savannah Peggy said, 'You Just roll them
University of Florida. Ga., but she did not residethere and cut them, and them We
u ,.\ .tN 1) OILS much appreciated by mem- put in the : are getting some new potted
f \K: STATIONS IX UKADFOKD (OI'XTVKK; AT lOl'K Albert Lee Cl'osby.lul'est- per bers of the Junior class. long having moved to Starke pot, and boil them'"'- By Mary Jo plants und they are all different
SERVICE WITIIII'I.ETE: LINE: OF son we know of last ..t'ar'e when four months old. She Is they I Calilwf-ll. colors.

CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS think Albert Lee is planning to attend senior of 1U37/ She U going to the youngest of six children but isn't "An elephant and a flea were We are beginning to utility about ,
the University of Floiida. Florida State College for Women' spoiled! at all. She says she can't airplanes
Till: :NEST: "'I\IE'ot.1t .MOIOII KPNitor, .KT: '111.1'hOOI.IO'l'1t gcnrigaciOHs the bridge. When they and the boys ate makingan
: GASOLINE: PROM: ONE: OF TIIKSE :Marie Tincn Best gill sport! and major in English, and Hilda remember when she didn't live in i got across, the flea said 'We sure alrpol't'e ve colored and

STTIO.VS: JOHN KOCiEKS (Oaint"Ille Road) That was right too. :Marie is better : may also get, to teach at B. 1R./ a nursing home and I gUESS thatIs did shake that I thing, didn't w.,' ?" drawn ah'pldnes.'e'vp. lead quitea

Kitty's Dad Penders 13-28 known a* "Skeef Now you I in a few years. We hope so! We why she has such a pleasant By Ruth Powell. few stories about thr-m.

-- know who I am talking about I II mash. you lots of luck, Hilda.We j personality having cheered the -_-----.---- Kitty Hogsed Teacher.,
West End Sta. Harrison's (Brooker) I don.t you ? I thought so! Let me I '11 tell you' about the rest of Hick, when they needed it most, 'I tflKI/) <.K.%IIK: NEStS -- .- -

D. ROBERTS till you that Skeet has been m E. Agent for quite while She is very i i *__ I cially Interested In are: boys (they We have another new pupil, J. C.!

HKAHFOltl AM I'MO-V COlNTIESOKTII1XGTOX happy with married liteVe wish At one time: prime I bacon was corne first), dancing, swimming/ Burton from Oak Hill, Flat Now We have been reading telling

\\ SPKINGS you the be ,t of luck: Skeet I I <( t f'I'e.' the boilers of MiSHlssipji movies, traveling skating horsf- we have forty pupils enrolled. Last and dramatizing: many stories and

,. ...1"I.._""" ''!' '--.' .:-r'--- Hilda 'yrltk10: ; u.gnuU l rive st'>dnitrs.WHATWHERE back ridingnnd! last but not least, Friday afternoon our teacher surprised Mother Goose Rhymes We like the

w- singing. Her dinlikes" are conceited us with a nice cool drink of stories; "The Three Little Pig,."

)people. atUn ling! school and orange crush in little paper cups tend "Peter Rabbit' best of all so

hard work. for each of us. Wo enlovpd' it- ton. we drew nlctutca illustrating .some
Clailcc's ambitions are two: We are fixing a. bowl ;,t narcissus;;I ')f the xcenes.! These pictun: ;:; -are-

first she wants to be a stenographer bulbs for our room, so that we can 'all nee hand' work Our teacher insists -

and then taki/f olre lesions itS a 1 have some pretty blonionis In the upon freehand work aa thisIs

WHY sideline Wr know she will be successful winter self expression..

In her singing! career because i Mrs. Biggs- -Teacher.rionville. We are enjoying our new Elson- d

Iii IiiOF of her good work In BUS. --.---- --- -- --- Gray workbooks.We ..
If you haven't seen her will Law :Marshall
you ley, Arkunna want every one of our !Mothers -
know her by her good traits and and Augusta. Arkansas: and fathers to Join the P T A,

her cltsci iptf n. She Is five feet, lie attended his first year of : Mrs. Hugh Brow nice Is our' room-

six and one-half Inches tall. weighsone high school in Sarcy, Aikanxiui, I mother.

COUNTY FLORIDA hundred and thirty-five pounds, *; and while there Edmond who Is Mrs RobertaTeacher.
__ has blond hair and brown eyes. I musically inclined.pluyed the trombone --. -__ .__h"UEI
--- FOn" : : know you will want to see her! in the school orchestra. Sti"
LET __
One Pint MI Last summer Edmond moved to Whatever you are---be that;
IIOI' KCI.EVM.VO F. C. Hollingsworth |
; A mount-fill ..roiiovs -to.\T: Kijiiioiitl: Leslie inllouay I Lawtey and ts now a senior at Whatever you saybe, true; !

"itt i UXtll I'OI.ISH. 75c Pint I Edmond: Leslie Galloway, a newcomer Bradford High School! KdmonU Is Straightforwardly act, Y

@1l.Z J. L. Simmons Hog And Hominy >ilf Polishing to Bradford High School. /parliamentarian of the senior methods Be nobody else but you.

m., FARMS BiV: ONE-GET ONE FREE was born in the city of Memphis, class and has Miss Stump for ,Ella Mae Manning.

I r Plumber Bradford Hdw. Co. Tennessee, December 4th, 1919 his homeroom teacher. -- .- .

I In <.t..III..1. Bottle* H l B WB B i "" .1. K. (AKI.I.4LF/ : OwnerStern's t His life was most uneventful Edmond is a tall slender, quiet Fifth largest body of water in

1 h. PJLLYtlN1 Thnt IlefreshenAUE until the age of four, and at that boy with gray eyes, dark brown the world, the Arctic ocean has an '< .

'- ELECTRICAL Denmark age Edmond fell out of a car. The hair and a tan complexion. area 01t,78 touO square mile. and

CONTRACTOR : Garage result was that he had an Injury to Among his many likes are fishing an average depth of 5,166) feet

; his head which took its time heal. .
swimming, and hunting, show .- -
\ KEOXBLE PIIKKS: Ing ing that he Is a great lover of the Allotment of an additional $10O-
EXPERTS AN1WIIEKE Wee R..C't'hln New When it came to schools, Ed out'loom. OOO for cnr.tlruation: of work In ileveloplng .

CARPENTER'S O. J. PHILLIPS Stock E ery Day. lie Sure lo lIicht'.t quality-Lowent Prices mond believed In that old saying Edmond Is planning to be un electrical und. l tAp&ndmg. new lines r

bee It Before lou hay FSi'PAYHENTS! "variety Is the spice of life." Ht' engineer and from all IndlcaI for cotton was announced recently
__ 1tV.x'\LL LAWTEV
STORE attended grammar school in Jackj j I lions will be most successful. by the A. A. A. aw

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: r Starke Twins Interviewed I RROOKEKMi MISSION, ( II.\I.L A IItI.I" 1'0 II -
fly College Palter II FAVORITE : ".. fern Correspondent Fi lends of the Mission workwere -
; Some
t people never
: I so generous with their giftsof
Jr. Friends of Misses Katie and'Trr- along veil with oth, ( I
Lan Incas flowers Tuesday' evening that
Kinla Fugate, students at the Florida RECIPES often .1
I unpleasant[ 11'.1,
/ State College for Women, will The Death Angel entered the the setting for the Bible study person from

be Interested in the following ,ar.tlcle home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lucas I meeting was more attractive than happiness! seen nj,

,i,! taken from the Florida/ Flambeau I C"r"% I'le of Gainesville, formerly of Hrooker. usual. "Religion Or Faith" was the --- Mi Don't i :ihgargle .. u
um 31
;, Ii Iif, Struth-Tatum Edwards-Howard the college .pnpcr: If you want a delicious cream Saturday ana took from their I topic discussed and a valuable lesson and you! will never Suluti.
ten months old son Law gotten from same. Religion nu
f Katie und Virginia, one of the pie and omthllt'S easy to make, midst a about offensive hr.'uli. ,
.1'' .: I',; F Mr and Mrs. J, A Taturo t>f DeLand Mm Louree Howard 'daughterof .two sets of twins here at the col. just try I his recIpe of Mrs M. W rence: Lucas. Funeral services were. being a form of worship, and more I Solution for 4\Je\ ni

.." ,, announce t the marriage of Mr and Mrs. II, H Howard of (Iffe. lire from Starke, graduatedfrom Moi.row's. of Hampton This recipe held at Dedan Cemetery Sunday aftemonn I often a show of works Is only mentioned I Store thi i" .

,1 it s their daughter, Louella., to Elmo U.Struth. Bro<>ker, and Merrill Kdwardfl, son ,' the same (class and made al-! has been handed down from one with the Hev Billickum of five times in the Bible and In Staike CarpenterwStore ,

t t' 1:} i : t t on Sunday September 26. of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Edwards of must Identical grades I generation to the other !In: Airs', Gainesville In charge i not once synonymous with salvation -I(I

."' The bride was graduated from Starke. were quietly married Sunday 1 Both of these girl have an unusual lI1 t'I'ow's family I I while Faith Is absolutely essential -

,t I 4 the DeLand HiRh>\ School and attended night, September': 12, nt nine i record from their high school Ingredients: T. B. Plnholster and Misses Lu- in pleasing God: "Without

4 } ; ( 't F. :t Stetson University She la o'clock In the evening In Luke I activities 2 cups milk. bedin Plnholster und Phyllis Hazen Faith It is Impossible to please I FOR SALE

11 j : :f now employed as a stenographer Butler at the home oJ J. K. Townsend Virginia was editor-in-chief of Bitter size of a walnut attended! the Singing Convention at j God." It also l J Justifies, it keeps,

'If *Ij on the staff of Governor Fred in the presence of ,a few )In- the B. H. S. Journal, which was a ''a Lake City Sunday. I saves the sick moves mountains- l'.tlhl.h,1': : HusliirsM. ,n \1,111,
11 cup sugar
J\\ JI' ;1 1l I Cone. I I timnte friends. Judge( Townsend page c>If school activities printed in 4 tablespoons of flour A large crowd :from here attended ', in face it must he Faith "lest any I Section or Stiirl: N pe'ud.,, ,..,

4:'I 1. I tl, Mr. Struth attended Bradford 11'1'1 fonned the ceremony :I the Bradford County Telegraph I Three egg yolks, beaten the Suwannee Association/ ofi 1 man should boast." l/.lriKln, Jnfuut''UII,1 .lilMri-n\

4, ., Ittl rl! County High School and in now II III Mm. Edwards was a popularmember She was also president of the National Method: Primitive Baptist Churches held A splendid contribution to the eidj-To-\\nr: \

I U. '1r i d f :manager of the DeWitt C. Jones )I of the 1937 graduating I I Honorary Beta Club and received Heat milk and butler; tub together with the Church at Shady Grove service was u reading entitled \I'I'MI', ,I.

L'J ::'.;5 I !,t Funeral Home here I clllSII of the Bradford County High her letter for a high scholastic I sugar and ]lour; add egg near Trenton I last week-end. "Pleasure" given by one of the ILL, i VKM. ('IIK\; |'

a i jk The ceremony was performed< by School and has many .friendsthroughout average: She was a ;cheer; lender 1- yolks beaten with a little of the A large crowd! attended church group. Foil U\SII||

E'y t 1 Judge, Frank Dow ling! at; .Maccleniiy. the rounty who will be ; and had the lead l in the Senior warmed milk. Cook ail' Ingredients services at the home of Mr. an(11| Bible memory work is progressing U I HI ,
it |nteejil l After fromfire Mrs. H. P. Saturday/
A t I together. removing Giiiney | nicely although the childrenare BOX: S3\ ('.\lCf
-.- :jP+- ',; ".+ f ",." : wpS. \ grathiated ;I 1 Katie was also. an honor student, i add 1 ..teaspoon of vanilla. --.--- I busy\ in school WOI kVatch TIIK': TI'UmlI'U': tl|

UL 1 t 1 U. D...C. WillIl l \ t front the BriuJforcl( .Ooiihty .High (receiving her Jetter for high scholarship ;j Put In baked pie shcU) and cover ('o deal ('( iuitr.\' 011..111. I tor next week's bulletin.

" t United School I in the class! of 1935 and was and a member of I the Na- I with meringue and brown If you Come along! with Aunt Ophelia+ ,
k. The W T. Weeks Chapter./ I -- '
'' Daughters of the Confederacy/ :star member of the football! team. j tlotiHl Beta Club As an outstanding (I would like to have a caramel pie Cousin Sukey and Cecelia. SiiHli: --

t will meet Wednesday afternoon, Since his graduation, he has been: typist she beat the record held :, simply use brown tjugir, In place of Jane and little Delhi. to Hroolcer, FUNERAL DIRECTOR
rtq In the A.&P Store anti I, at school. She was chairman of 'the white. School Auditorium\ tcnlsht, Octo-
fX ) October 0, at three o'clock, at the employed .. My Shay: fear, E.\is'rie; |, Slakes It Possible lot, ;, f, t 10
1 In assistant the pep' club and president of the I -- -- .- ---- of '
home of Mr and Mrs O. L ISPOS- at present :1 manager.Air. I her 1. The greatest! aggregation .
4 Icy on North Walnut Street' HosI : and Mis. Edwards me occupying '.College Preparatory, club. :I jlJaptUt 1 W. :M.1 U. uper-nbtmdunt talent ever seen )IwlJI i KI: IKIIM': I-KOMIT and ('oi itif.ors: SERI' .'

I;' ( teses: "".s. Beasley and Mrs Ethel an upaitraent at the home |I Although twins, Katie and Virginia (Observes Prayer Week appear on this. program. They MODFIt.ATE: l'IU'ti'O

t M Biggs, of Mr', and JMts\ Tbeo Tlson. do not look exactly alike nor I I have appeared' before most of the i, Ie WITT C. JONES I
The \V. M. U. will observe the
f* -. -- A --_ do they always dress tMike. They crowned heads. of Afrlcy and all :SturUe, Florida '
-- Week of for State Mis
Notice Kicht'lbnrtfcrStricklarulElnrke usually double date at home and Prayer I the buldhcnds, of, Amerlky. You
t; : sions. On the, elides will I .
both plan teaching for their future I can't afford to miss this "scream." ,
I lti l j The annual meeting of New Hiv- friends of Miss Alice career. have the program for that d:iy. You 11 laugh till your sides ache, i We're Not a Cigarette, But We Satisfy

er Association will be held at Hal- ; Strickland! eldest' daughter of Mr. They were pledged to tfce; Zeta Tuesday Circles JMos 1 and 2 will j And then there will be ice cream j' The MultitudesThis I I

l a' 3t lord today. Quite a number will Viola fcitilckland::; will be interested l Tail Alpha sorority VIr'glnlwas/ I'I hold service at the church at 3:30: cones for sale and the lovely quilt !|

1 l attend.! I to learn of her marriage to Jlr. O. rccenily elected president of the I Wednesday evening the Young will he given to the lucky one. Admission :'

IR i II I J. Eiclielburger: of Tampa, Saturday pledge group of her soror, 'ity.Marjheth : 1 i Matron's Circle will put on 11 program '! five and ten cents. | Ii Idenred lly The Nnntberf New (i'lmtoriKT, .
18. at the time of the weekly \\ ho1''' I'Mtrcmi/ing Our Three 'nccS'; Unoliool
September -- -+
The Biooker P. T. !III
i A. sponsoring ;
I Ruts ,\\011'111101'\1'1' Learn Vnuiiger.
prayer meeting ::
SPECIAL WHILE Tile wedding took place at the : [: Lane Ihts I this entertainment and all

home of the I'>rlo1e's sister, Mrs I I Delightful Birthday Party +-- roads lend to Brooker tonight. I Special Lunches for School ChildrenU.NINRF.'KE.ATlO '

4 ; the STOCK LASTS I IBoll H.ittlo.. Boree InVest Palm Beach, IUS/Nf; The oust: Is as follows: ,I
where she has been staying for the Mrs Tommy Lane entertained, I Mint Edna I...uis, (.'orrIMoondpflllr5. I : -F'I'N :'I
I weeks. from four until five o'clock'ed- Aunt ppheli.i, who has charge of j -5t HOIKS; A Ulf'l
past two
the show) Zulcne Harrold Cousin
nesd.iy afternoon in honor of her ; 'l
Alice Cioaby of Plant City
I Mrs. Elchelburgcr attended( the I Sukey, first class assistant..-Mrs.
School little daughter, Marybeth, who ctl- und daughter, Rctii of Tampa wel'eI'l'cently I KOZY KORNER RESTAURANT :
Bradford! County High
ebrated her second birthday unniversaiy ( visiting Mr nod ilia. H'I Mattie Barry; Cousin Mollie, who
'm 1 here for a short! time before mov- at that time. II. Lewis. can play piano as well as organ :\HI, S\M AMIFKMIN.: Marmicer :
, I ing to Green Cove Springs, And later I Miss! Lu Pinholster; Cousin Merln- ,
A junk and color scheme Tommie Lewis and Leon Conner
accepting a position inVest green dy, who sings like a bird :Mra. '-- - ':-:=- .:.' :-:- .=- -- .- -:-
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attended at Hllliaul Sunday --
Beach. was canted out In the decorationsused church -
Jessie Wilson I
In the living and, dining rooms ; ,
Alter the wedding Mr. and :\11'11.I'lchelburgel' Four old maids looking' for a min
where .the I ? t
young guests gathered. air. and! Mrs. H. 1 II Lewis and
: left for Tampa and Cousin Delia Mrs. Pearl Markee, I
i 1 /. oF will later to Winter Park to The white birthday cake, placedon daughter, Edna: \ Albert Underhill BURGLARY INSURANCE
so Cousin Sarah Jane Madeline
? tf GRAPHINK the dining table, was decorated and Mrs W. C. Conner spent Sun- I
make their home. I
.. In pialc: and green and held two day with Mr. and Mrs J. L. Underhill Crosby I loirr home may lie the next-rn.irkell 110r "soft JilcltliiK I
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i i end ben ofCASCADE I burning candles. Dainty sprigs of of Sampson! City. Cousin Cecelia Mrs. G. E. MeGauley. *". (nos"r11' r.NTIL TIIK IIOK K: INCONK
Boliby Wiggins! fern surrounded the cake i, The friends of Leon Conner .
STATIONERY many I 10 I.on' TilE H.MtV.Protect .

I Has Birthday Party I Bobby Wiggins!: won II large stick ate glad to know he la able to CousinIunllyIrs.: :: Guy Hdrrold, .
MONOGRAMMED YniirMirltli Our Hi7.50; Kursl.irj: foiledUill
Bobby Wiggins young son of lof peppermint candy for drawing be out again he recently returned Cousin Samunthy, purt'nigheighty
IIJl.id to Tell You Alllxiirt It.
a Mr. and :Mrs. One Wiggins, celebrated the lucky number from a silver from St. Luke's Hospital wherehe Mr.! Lyon Crosby.

his second Mrthd.iy Friday I ttay. Favors for the afternoonwere underwent an operation for ap Cousin Sis Hopkins, who has a I "

:St/ Sge afternoon Sept, 21 Favors were: i balls for the !boys and China pendicitis.We beau BIlious. Mrs.. Beulah Baxter. 'I HAROLD C. WALL, AGENCY ,

1 novelty: balloons, and a color I dolls, carryIng out I the color motif are sorry to IE.'port.leal. Mary Jinnie, & hefty cullud lady Etery Hriimh of ISi'Ol'n\X't;
for tho girl". of ],11'. and Mrs H. M Mrs Vivian Parker, (
i, ; scheme pink and !green was carried! Crosby; son .
I I.
,, out. The birthday coke was adornEd At the conclusion of the games Crosby, Is very ill at this writing.We Topsy, her daughter Mrs.I' ',,.10:, ,',', .

1 i, k 1fe ib )Ecellent:; quality paper Personally with two pink candles with .Mrs. Lane assisted by her mother wish for him a speedy recovery. Royce Galney.
Mrs P. J. ppal'ceIltiHeS: Edna Elek Barnes taken weekto
k ( Monogrammed with green holders. Those-enjoying this was )J.ist

d sl your initials in color to match happy affair with Bobby were: Jo and Margaret Pearce, Frances a Lake City hospital where he Monday afternoon, October 4th DRINKPepsi

'i i (f colored edge of paper nnd envelopes Ann Thomas, Sylvia Alvarez, Mor-. 1'eek, Dot Bishop, und Miriam Guyof I Is suffering from a heal attack, nt 3:30 1', m. the Brooker P. T. A

I !2 large sheets 12 ma Canova, Judy Green, Minnie Hampton served ice cream and Latest tiding report his condition invites you to a "shower." Biinga

I" ; t 7 note sheets, and 24 envelopes. Marion cake Marybeth and her friends some what Improved. tea cup, sauces, knife, fork or
rfl Lou Hazen, Harrington
Largo bottle of Graph Ink to Those invited to this delightful spoon or a glass. A pleasant time I Cola
match edging on It is a Levy Cnnova, Jr., Tommy Gill j
( parly were: Nancy and Hollls Like trees human teeth show Is promised all who attend at the ;
j moneysaving special. Buyyours Harold Lennon Cecil Melvin, Jim-
J+, k 4. todav. my \Marten, Clyde; and Betty Denmark I Knight, Bill and Bob Hall Judy I their growth by rings. school auditorium. I

t I Green, Joan Dinkins, Carl Lamar ,- -
Johns, Dorothy Ann Johns, Richard -
0 C.IILPENTEIE'M; Mrs. Wiggins assisted hy Miss 'i Kldd I, Jr., Jeanette McLendon I II i iI. BIGGER AND BETTERA

El ,i, Frances Hemingway served, Ice I Edward, Priest Oliver Asplnwoll, CONGRATULATIONS Trial Is

cream and cake to the guests. Everyone -'; .Ir, Levy Cunova, Jr., Bobby Wiggins i Convincing

_t_ left wishing Bobby many : / Joan Thomas, Charles and '

more happy birthdays j Phil Larsen of Keystone Heights, .. ... :;: ,;'- -" DAVE SILCOX

i and Hoheit Bell, Skippy and Joan _---- ." 'lil't/-- "; 1

I Beasley, and Pat Steiiclham, all ofi I. ,.- '-'I"ti r. .fJ ';?;: A r Distributor

r I KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME i Gainesville.______._ ,_ ; Ejr; h"'friJf.IJ'. V'I'f t -
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L 1 i Parent-Teacher AssociationTo 21I.il{ -.-.. .. J '

i' SIRS, I. C. McCAHK, 1. .Attendant Have :Meeting: [ I 7'fo.; ;=';' ...'r. ..," '-. ....... .,
:.ffj' < ;: \WANTED
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1 ( I The Parent-Teacher Association 'f' ........ i''llti-,',..:.. '> -""', S '
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will .. "."'.. !:::
hold its regular meeting ..oJ J. ,,. 'I>
45; \\'. thurtht.! SO St t. George St. I ..: If \ '...,...... r II.
; Thursday night at 7:30: o'clock in "
: '
the school auditorium, with the \.t,. :

,J\'K"'OS\'ILI.t.I'-I.\. ,..T.l('Of 'n.NE, ILV .,I president Mrs. E. M. Davis, pre I ... ,. ,, ......1'I./ : JH' I

tf Phone ;5-l.ViS: :I Phoie'J7 siding.The program committee has choSen -' .. :l.tl; p I II

t. the theme "' '
i | as for the year the .
subject "Know Your School." The "i ''I' ifrq : : A

.,-____ -- --- t I object for the P. T. A. Is "To Interpret ,'t1ijo: 1 fI.,1. ;: '!' t-u1i;r-

I I! the School to the Community :tw" 't,, rt \ p' 1ll" i
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UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO. I The following program has been I 9 i I

I'M ranged for the meeting: next; II

t I.. C. MrC'XHK, I'resldrntt I Thursday: \\ dJ /

::1 I Il I Group slngngLed; by Mrs, A. ,,, N\ \ C r

i Message from the President of I '" <' '.J -JtF t. .

r ; .J\( ION'\ ILLS:, FLOIUI: V : National. : P. T. A. t.. f'4'J;; .Jf'/ ... .... ", NO, THIS ADVERTISEMENTDOESN'T
Rhythm Band Led By Marion I 5"r. 11'l ; :MEAN THAT A

I G. L. I Brown, j'j'I -- "' I DANGEROUS. C R X M I 2T AL
R. Geiger Sapp ReadingGcraldlne< S'lcox.! -lLLt.\I c. H.Dmu: we'l a J"b on the levee and( quickly
i W claim till!" to tinterm "Ka'herOf '} chaued his 1II11(1! (I about his lutui'e. {
J e Know Your P. T Discussion
Kcprt's ntiitlJ J- The ltttteA'4ttileer of "bl. lie had become fascinated by the i itnntf
I by officers of local P. T A. *,-had decided to transpose I .
I Louis Blues, .Mc-mrhU!" \\) Blue" i I STATE PRISON FARM ANDA
Talk, "Our Grading System"Mrs. "B( u1e Sweet Illueii' end other'I')| their plaintive, simple beauty Into

-- -- J, H Benson fol'ilch) '! Ameiii-ou, iijmto) hn created' | orchestral music, I REWARD IS BEING OFFERED -
I "Rt.!: Louis Tllnes" was fret scilblilfd -
All members are urged to be a rntu-in fi'.m' which Jazz
present. bA'ing, iiiustc (d"II\' i"r ". on a cigar$ box. Handy had FOR HIS RECAPTURE -
I pluimcd to publlalt> > the work on hisown
?:nw( nearly a Maiter, of n century -
I --- -- -- account and wanted 10.000copies ) .
after "St. Louis glue+ vat
Notice \ I IrompoA \\IIll'h,0111,1, cost $100. Bathe
d. njinplionicarraneementhas
a had only $20 In cash After sr no
The Circles of the, Baptist W. M. been completed! after five yenru search! lie tumid a printer In L' I
work, niul the plnlutive negro nu1uly -
U. will meet next Monday after- 1 may amt luke Its place on clnn.ul! to turn out the copies on :,lutiength IT MEANS THAT
noon. Circle No.. I, Mrs L. G. of a $20 deposit He told
j .merh'lIl1( conceit 1 1'1'011l'1I1119-COI1\; \-
Dividend Will Be Paid 1 Powell, lender, will meet at 3:301at : jnnlon: pleiH, peltaps: i < to !>"orIlICsev the original shipment' of 2.000 copies 1,
y'P A at live cents each within a few dare
the home of Mrs. J. L. Silcox. 1 :- \\orld l Symiilionv. : OF
after their arrival which him
( By The Bradford County Circle No.. 2, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Handy conlinu' to win honors enough cn.h to p.iy.Ior the rest of
( leader, will meet at three for the woilt. Recently the St. the order
a, Bank On Saturday, October o'clock, with Mrs. \V. L. Wall with Loans\ Music! : Association and the Enlarging hit publishing/ nctlvl-

F'' 9 1937 at 10 O'clock Mrs. J. M. Brownlee nt co-hostess. National Association of Negro; Musicians i ties, he formed a partnership with OLD PICTURES
him with
presented n plaque! one roc. an omtl.il in Memphis!
I" A. M. From Office Of The The YounIatroll's Circle will for, hU composition. Handy in nhi bunk Confident, he had somethingout SHOU1NT1 'ENEAXI, > I'EOl'l:
tl\l>I OKI* (Of.VTV S<
meet: at 3:30: at the home of Mrs.T. nil; milking member'of the American of the ordinary In inutlc. Handy
t i. H. C. Wall Insurance Co. K. McClane, Jr. 1 Society ot Composers, Authors sought to Intele the phonograph
-- and Publisher! (ASCAP). the organlratUu companies But the recording I ; lajahi
On Thompson Street.RECEIVER'S Executive: Board :MeetingA : [ which protects, the perfoiiiiliis of that period' could tee nothing", In I
r I rights of \l1Ierlca'll crea- "St. Louis Blues." They told him
meeting of the executive board tuia of mu io. Hues wat a fad that would l soon die. 25c
of the Woman's Club of Stnrke will The high honors heaped upon the It was a long uphill battle for
; CERTIFICATES MUST be held Thursday afternoon, Oct. "St.!; Louis Plueii" were not predict- Hanilv Eventually, several blues

BE PRESENTED TO RECEIVE CHECKM. 7, at 3:30: o'clock in the club build able when it was composed lo'lorence.Ia in 1913. linger used It In their act and Toil K,\( II USE :sfl rABI.E roll THE: IV THE TE1.F.IiR.11'11'3ou'rlr..lNNl1'Elt ( !'.:
Handy: a native of little by little It began to gain recognition OOX. FICTI'itf.
ing. Imma. con'eh'ellhe( Idea for his In. it was not long before It ixTFhF"IVO :
----- i llso! tribute t" St Lonls ten years BUB
I sweeping the
country. Cp to
A. S M Eastern: before It wu viltt n. Strolling; along this year more than a million copiesof
i the river front of the city lookingfor the piece hate been sold. It holds !SO 1)10 DEE IN THE OLD (UIS TKI'NKAND
As Liquidator The first regular meeting of the a job lie heard'( the melancholy the record for recordings, it* total : IIKIM VOIK l'ICTnt',; TO

,, Bradford County Bank Eastern Star will be held Monday cliAuh- of negro! levee workers sales! !! in this field\(\ exceeding 2,DOO.OOO.1It i
i night, Oct. 4, at 7-30: o'clock in I' He needed money to complete his i Is now definitely American BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

) 'i I I the Masonic Hall | duration_for. the- ministry.- He got y clai lc-the! only blues that_I.. _I i.W I

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rwct ? .. ;, ,., .-' : : T-> wet: :'r. .:;:: ;;: __ -M >.. __ ., ...> -, .- ,, wr-'w,
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I. 10.17
nn.\lf'"ORU ,'Ot' T\' TF. F.rl.\.Prr. T\.ItKE. FLORln.\ ......,...
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son Mr, Leonard and! Mrs., of T Paiatki R. Strange anti T E Strange and son Leonard, Congressman; R. A. Green left Ii i Florida State College for Women, .
were! i and
week-end guests of Sirs K. AI. i Edgar, Wilkinson attended theGeorgia Wednesday afternoon for \Vashin -j lilt Tallahassee: ; and Arthur Swan-
Bits of Thomas Florida and Alabama ton on emergency/! business \\hich' bom, who wan a graduate of the n.II REAL
|singing convention In Lake City will take him to conference with S. in the rliiHs of 1937.In.1 in 1
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:Air. and :Mrs. Sunday. the chairman and members of the
Jim Miller of now attenumK cue University of ESTATEIF '.
Gainesville I ----- -- ---- agricultural; committee on pending in GaI ,
were \vefk-end! Florida PllvllJf'
localro.NCEKMN r 4evQs < Ml. tine :Mrs. J. M. Alvarez guexts'f at''home:' ; :Mrs. ; )K. H. Long returned to her ;legislation; for farmers in this dis' County haw twenty-throe young YOU WANT;; TO q qIttJY '
Sunday ; after trict.
M ignnllit Lodge on Kinpxley Lake. I j jDr night spending people' in college this full.
I I Keveml days In Jacksonville asj .. ,
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OUR! PEOPLE ---- -
: IJUSINESS: .\ Dl'nomnss - -- --
guest her
son-in-law and
and Mrs \\'. B. Parks havereturned 'j I Friends of :Air. and Mrs O. KSti SHE: US-
; : OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN to I daughter Dr. and :Mrs\ B S. Car- \"lIitI'IIkIlO'". lawyer |prrdielel -
home after \n bnry will be interested to
loll tlmt Nark > would fii spending the Hummer At Klngdey I I learn that their son, O. I... :Sans the lilooiii of ,
Siinitmin| I 11)1 oilvill ;
Luke ------ -
I bury who has been stationed at CO.
All \ find nut In the SUUHh: .
owing! Woodmen Circle ,
--II Coco Solo, Canal Zone, Is now located
are naked! \ Kditlmi: { cf the "' AnalerNary
to have
them paid to "
at Pt-nsacola :Naval' Air /'
Vr j,. +nt'' Airs/ L. G. Powell spent Miss Estic Coleman spent th., and Mrs L. S. Hutto by Saturday, October -. tlon. \Iap-h for II,
ID Jacksonville. weekend In Jacksonville visiting I
nda 2.
'jThuisdny of Mir und 1L's. J.V.. ,
--- fi i iends-- ,! I Mrs L. S. Hutto. Sec '
lie 1; I Dowling spent Wed-! .I I The following Bradford County IT'S .% l'IK\i'oIl'U" TO 'lltlKIIKHK: *'OI1! CaT:
II I boys were pledged to '" (M'.\l.irllll MKK\ICK.: TIIXT'SIIV \\ K
Itl a i Jairlesvllle.l.lrs. Dr. and :Mrs O L. H.ijnvs spentthe Dr. W :AI. }Hollow ay of Jacksonville Hilly .
I was at the University of "Florida{ : :o.lItlTO: (1.ifilt' TII".1.: ('OWI.KTK lINE
weekend in i former
Atlnnta, Go; with Slate Superintendent .
the guest last Thursday of :Mr. and'of Powell, Phi Kappa Tau: 0,' I-KKSII::; risnM. .I\ I"OOUS? IN 'I'()\\N.
sir.| : J. G. Lynn and lelallves. Mrs O. L. Heixloy and M's. Jean-I I' Public Injunction was the Brown, Sigma Phi Kpfilon; S. QDenmaik .
tide, ,pent Sunday afternoon In ----- ette Klncald. guest Saturday of Air M. D. Walnwlight Theta Chi. At the Florida I PLACE YOUR NKXT OKDKK WITH ITS. AND HKCOilK:
an( I ? :1011'15. O. L. Ha>n<'8 and! Miss Hope State College: for Women In
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Haynea: spent' Monday in Jackson Miss Ruth TallahasseeAliases] [ Katie and \'
Sternhei'K returnee to 11'i i
Rlgdun and Wins Eva ville. AirsV. L. Edward and
Sirs dc u Thursday/ In Jncksonl her home onJIY, after a visit i tei. Fipdrlckfl. of Jacksonville! daugh-will plnl.'i Fngate! were pledged' : to'I' MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET
with Mr anti Mrs Glen Duke in 1 Zeta Tan Alpha.
| 1 01 live Saturday for a visit with
What gang ;young til.nli- of IH'J-J:! :Miami Bench. .
-- Kept Ills ,head. slui\fil HI'I IlK iiiusluthe : I. ___ _____ I Mis.: Kdwards': parents Air and "II'S \IA\A\S A KAxrilK: :; : TO :-;..:H.tH': .
\ II l Peiiyman spent this Airs. W. H. Struth. Among the students! from nrad-
cord, Ala., visiting rellews would! "1'01 Read the six I : J. D. Doyle of Jacksonville spent' I ---" .---.---- fed" County who are attending: college I \\IIV :NOT; il\K! : 1'S .\. TltlXI.t"
tI..1hlIlIhl'r..lr '
Kditlon ol IhrTelrgruph I
the week-end hcie. He wall uctompnnied i James Hollingswoi left Friday this fall are Miss Dorothy .
._ '' ciiiuiiin "<1011. I I I back to 1 1 for Swanhom.' who is i .. -; Wi i! .
---- -- .. .. Jacksonvilleby Osfuid I. Gu where he will a senior at the! : .:. : ,
and Mrs A. A. --- I AlliKiylo: ) anti :Miss l I'at Lamb i pKerusi'iii again: enter Emory University ____ _____ _u _-. --- -- ----- .
11 Tuesday in Guinea- Miss Frances Hemingway was ': whole he Is liking, a course in pre-
visiting ft lends In Jacksonville i'oI.\'ft'.1tIY'I'z.;: ;;: '. S (;III... medics. mm'I.\lt: Chicken Oyster AI'AI.ACIH-OI.A.

Tuesday------ i| Slle; () with LUll() grocer: -- .- '-

trll I:1)\\. :xl-IXIVL; : 3 OaN.M'iii -_ .---- I tier litMiss .I.1hfRI'NK'S.. or-I Alls, Hiildah Coipen.nij of Juck- sorillKK.V: BAR-B-Q Sandwich OYSTERSWK

",, lilt!)( uith Si I.I (O griiri-r or- Silas Wright of Jacksonville ,.'I -- -- -- -- I 'n\'lI1e spent the weik-end hCI e.

rul 'Ll"lU'N1st.I Beach was here Sunday visitingMr Dolly Lamb spent the i: She w.is acc-omptiukd back to I :.;'ril.Il: 15c 15c -
and 1 Mrs Lloyd Peiryman. week-end in Jacksonville as the Jacksonville by her daughter Miss
--- .. -- ----.- guest of her brother-in-law and sinter L'Cttu Coipcning/, who will! attend :SKKIIIKM; : \ K
A. J. Gay of Jacksonville Is the Mr. and Mrs. James Grew the Kobcil j U., Lea High School. BAR-B-Q : '.
---- --- -- .. ... HAL L S PLACE
guest of his son and daughter-in- --

law Dr. and Airs.: C. J. Gay. Miss June Smith loft Wednesday Mrs .T. J. lllg, on, accompaniedby NOW' ONLY: NK\K: :-;F.IIItl) U"I'O'J': Olt.Ia.la1'i.1NT1' :
I -_______ Washington, D. C. where she Air und Alls./ Aitlmr Htgdonand : : .
IIY riM': ; )1SITKK
will take nisrK
Mrs Cert A. Eiiribee of Tallahnsee a beautician's course in Air. and Airs. lbel.t'Illiams 01' I'IK1N: ; J JI'ACIJ IN I
4r \ was visiting friends here Satin the Dennett's Beauty Culture. I of Jacksonville spent Sunday In lOc OWN IIU.11tT 1

'day. Jlh's.---\;;: : Ticnton attending the PtlmitlveBiiptNt ( __ _
-- --- -- -....- burden and children Association. - n'
Kirl Sealing. uf Fttnandma | of Vld.ili.i, G.I. are guests of Mrs' I u____. __ _.
rent the wcek-end hi-re with ", 'Ia- Dui'len's l rolhei-in-ld\v and'sister C'\NK
lives. :Air. and :Airs. S. li Johns .1) r.Mist :Peters-butg ; CABBAGES
-- Hilda Belle Hn-t; ;; months in Xexv Jik, New Jersey,
it Mist! T. J. GiJffin, Alrn Carrie! spending / and Alass.tchusectfl' wan the guest
Hitch and Miss Annie Darby were three 1 weeks in Boston, Al.tss.,, lust week of Mr and Alls. J. J. rtlj;"- SYRUPGallon 21/c
s as the guest of her son, J. G. 'don, route .
i titers In Jacksonville' Mcnday.Mrs. Alva-I' en to her home.V.
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S. E. Biownleo, Is spendingthis -.--------- I \ n:. Toiode, Chevrolet and CROCERYSARDINES

week in nntsville wnh her :lira a H. Johns left :Monday 'oidKRiohilc[ dealer, is attending a
daughter. :Airs. A. V. Long Augusta/: 0.1.! lor a two week's fOI'// .convention In Lanulnsr. JdL! this' 50c

I ---'- it with her son-in-law and d I ,wrek Ho will pl'nhabii-i.; .'; to SPECIALS FOR t
.4 :.- Mrs E. S. :Matthews and :Mfr tcr, :Air. and Airs C. N. Chilsty.W jStaike I next Tuesday or YV'ednes
and AIis. E. L. Alaitheu-s spent -.---- -- -- -- -- ,' day. Pt. Bottle lOc FRIDAY & SAURDAY Oct. 121 Cans 15c
n the United 3t t ,
1I Tuesday in Jacksonville. K: Bryant, Jr.. /and son, Dale, I -- --
I JOn sets a standard of -..--- -- --- --- of Cocoa Were guests :Monday\ night Mr. and Mrs J. T. Quigley vis- I
I I' ill medicinal ingiedl- All. und Mrs J. :.. Gay of Homestead of :Air Bryant's parents Air. and :' lied L. A. Wynn Alond.iy who has I -
8. fillingpl..llcrlptlon>4. spent last week here as Mrs VV. K: Bryan i, Sr been very ill In Gainesville hospital YELLOW! ONIONS 31bs. lOc ItXIIV I
cannot check
each -- -- I 1 for some time.
guests of Dr. and :Airs C. J. Gay. Friends will be
I ug Store to be sure Senator C. S. Johns N O. WainI I I glad to learn ::\11'. Wynn Is ImprovIng J

iciipttons are filled :Mrs L. A. UennoIJs spent last wright Ji., and II. V. Saxon of \;, LIMA BEANS
tent Ingt-edients. week visiting her husband ut Co- j I i I Hamptun were business vlsitois In I I ___ ._ CELERY Ea.lOc l II[ LETTUCE lOc
\1 all Drug Store your umblii, S. C.. Raleigh, N. C., and Jacksonville Alondny.Air. Air and,) :AIjs.. O. E. Stansbury [Pound 5 /acMACARONI
-' are always filled with Richmond, V.i.Kiisper -- -- -- |recently returned from a visit In N/>. I lOMi: ; lslM: 101.11'01.(
.Tits of quality recom- ---- -- .----- and Alls. A. ]11.I Hall hud as Yellowstone'aUun I v Sovernment Standards Duncan returned to his guests Thursday, J. H Hall :All Wyoming, Hot Springs, Ark. /and
I' Then, too every pie- home Sunday after attending the and Mrs.V. J. Chancey and! :Miss 'DiilJas, Tax and many other J dints: Potatoes I
louble-checked to as- American Legion convention in I Gladys Chance.v all I of Tampa i of Intel: 'i .. i 1
accuracy the com- New Voile I t'
e I -- -- '1 ton hunting/ iili-slion| 1 of I 1881) ill I; Friends of J H Bitch; of Jack. OIC SI'\4illKT

f Rexall Plan of pricing; Thomas F. Hogsed of U. S. S. st.irU nun "\\ h" stale. 1'iofrsHor. I the i.Sfinville will he glad to leain that 4 Boxes lOc
lescriptlons at the Kalmia of Han Diego, C.ilif. Is the Di-nton'M horned Iron?" Keud all |I Is Impl'ovlI1aflt'l'/ b'lnrIII::: for 10KK : \ l.APPLES .
able prices guest of Dr. and :Airs. W 13. Paiks about It In the sixtieth 1 .\nniirrsar I some time. Mr and Airs. Ritch I
riptlons II refilledregl..tfr..d and Miss Kitty Hogsed l. >' Kilitloti: of tinTHegniph.. Inn ''were' wtck-en.t guests of their sear 6 Lbs. 25c
phnrm """11. i lin-luw and daughter, Air. and :Mis.
- -- -- --
I tac.Non'I'II.IS: : :
mur ------ |S. R. Johns Jr.
prescriptions to Read ill unit the ohlfasliimirdVU'lIllillif :
Store Miss Sallie Triton.. returned to her -, JIORIiIV.1'1'1llylh-101"1: K "" Site
rug! Carpenxall \\hlTC the I lulus .Is| 'utthe |( j --- ----'
Store In Starke. : day quilting and the min splitting 'home here last week afler a twomouth's AIis! Duiothy Hupp, clerical rmployee I BEANS I

Rexull! Store Sign. I rally. in the h111'1h11I11- 'i visit with relatives in of A .J. Thomas' office. I COOKING OIL (Gal. 80
\ers.irj KJltlon: or the l"'I..jtralh'l!i | | Tampa and I':IIMU.{.. I along with Mis N. Steinbercitl.s' -.. I Pond 62ci
._ Lillian ;; :
--- -- -- - aternbcrg Alts.V! B. Alun-
NAT] SEZ:' ""ad II'W-' P ] Friends: ; ;;r-r;: P. Carpenter willbe I dy left Saturday for New York fur

I I glad': to Ion in that he Is recu- a ten .duy's visit. While away Aliss

"" "fillng after being confined to ,,Sapp's' position will he filled by 't
s There'n h" ij;r of l,ilkt. ales! net Riverside! Hospital for several days.IT Allss l\lyrUct! Klllm swoith.
>. M n>.'%\111'1'<> In thin \\nrld, nuiUcprnly I Lard lOc Flour
\\V---: ;;: : : ;; 75c
ol" iiinninnd err tili.it I Aliddleton returned l to ]
4 .
.; ci II a Miici-csp. yet I thrj don't let It I his home Monday after a ten day's !, CENT A %

c\ '3 f /n// BII .f. tit,,!,. la sd tutu uhrn llu-y vacation at his camp at Plney t'OHDI:
I Bluff, O.i 21founds'
sea matt their: i old iddlei, Jon .ciinsci i iJo :

l f flint th.y laitn'( Iiaiiuid: ahit. I > Hdwards.: who ha-;been here i:, '-1 I1 I I TOMATOES No. 2 can 6c
.n..-" their 1% the other hind LOST OR ESTHAYED- Two cows
visiting his parents, :Air. and Alls: j
Mho /Bi'lf no Imp..rt.nt ttut/ t>\pj-i- J.V.. Edwards: returned Tuesdayto I' and a calf from Pleasant Grove. :
hr.: t' Ix>C1 ly \\.-.I.l'" IlI'M Htlllllllll. rtlldlrculi Alia mi. I I Cow with .colt red with white ;I B1.I'I: iw+": \MIOI.K 12 1 I bs 39c

rt.J ills neck or "miiipln'lxn htiulks I --- -- .. ---- I spots, smooth trop In both cure, I I'I :
!a two splits !In right and one !in leftJersey .
/ d \MI the ..1"r." ;( Mr and Airs James Frederick I RICE 5 Lbs. 19c I
1! Guy of Jacksonville were week-end 'I cow brown and marked,
j under In
slope each
ear and
> /guests: of Airs: Guy's Plll'ents.I.IIIIIe upper
L bit. Brand :AI. T. If found HIIOOKI!'IKI.O: Uls('O.NSIV
1'0\, .. \\\'\-j It'rSHIRTS' and Mrs A. Z. Adkins, ut notify ('or.Mitv I
Klngsley' I.ike.Airs. I Bru. y Tyson, StJike. Route 2, Box
137. t itp CHEESE Lb. 23c BUTTER r
I. -- --- -- -- I Lb. 35c i
I : \\' F:. Aliddleton, Miss
I-'IIJt> HOYS :Madge. :AJi'ldlrton. :Mfrs. f:. L :Alat- F1..1.
thews, and .Marjoi: sue' :Aliddleton Il ES'1141N'
89cOVERALLS were visiting relatives' in Jackonville oo@ CHOPS Ib. 19cRibStewOc
'== I Satyrdiiy / 1. CHUCK ROAST Lb. 19c
i I L.t.
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T'' '" .
"I v \\\:1& I Billy Ulnkqy of Lake! City spent I lj.\ III < KSteak

)Ifnnw\: %t the w"'k-en.II."re with his mother j C1\S r i't
I 1:11.: s. Jessie :M1as Blakely. Billy was 111 '

i ." i mpanled buck to Lake City. i II ,

$1.98 b SUIt lay by hb .iiwther- /,| II IIA I i
r K.rl : ;.\VKcrosfni' :iP'L'; : : Maly. modal d.poot .iti..r. monthly Pllt: :Nlt ftm

'rO\r) 1 -... \UYER"ITKK 5- arI .)11"' with !I1.m'! l ) grorrry order qurlirly. i.mi-! nnully or tnnutllv incur I J -
I nt.slSlltr.NK'S.Airs. "S ;! Fl.t. "
: SIIUUi :\
-- ----- --- of $1.000 in con In 120 months,
JACKETS W, B AIun,ly, Miss Llllinn i SHOULDER Lb. 15c
I SternberjAllss/ Dorothy, Sapp, and paw full insurance protection during th.1lime. f STEAK Lb..22c
othtr attractive featurai. .
Many I .
$2.95 "- -- _
I :Airs Jim Godwin of the State -
Farm acco/tipanled Mrs. N. Stern- Octagon SOA-P, 4 for lOc 1'IM.SHrKVH ItRHT

''1'11\1' \WYEn" r 1 I berg to New. York City_I Mil week. IH5 Red Box SUPER SUDS lOc FLOUR 20 Lb. 95cI'll.l.SIII
i[ R if

\VASH'ANTS The Union Woman will a meet Christian with Temperance :Airs WP. i llwAN SEE u ( SUPER SUDS, Box 9C : 'RI's H.VO-SIIKK.V'

II Smith on Friday afternoon COMPANY PALMOLIVE
$1.98TOI Friends of the (muse are always! waaa "'" wtw-. ...a.rus .:.,.. I bar 6c CAKE FLOUR 29
welcome guests. u'.ti.KKi: : .
I - - - i' (' _
.1NS -
rtVOOL Airs.-8.- --E.-Brownlee- ,---Air- and Gentleman Without obligation/ plan CHILI nARNE: II iom noum

git11 ":n" Mrs H. L. Brownies and little tell me how I can obtain 1.000 'In 25c T1SSUFPAPER 20;

.I SUITS daughter, huge returned Sunday cash 'In 120 months plus full Insurance ;

afternoon from PeLand where they protection CAW DOG

........... $5,95 WAOlRxR..IMrk s visited Co), anti Airs.- /- J. E.- Flitch.Airs. Name ______ I, FOOD 3 Cans 251:

Allle/ Law and aon-ln-law
f and daughter, Mr. and Airs. Frank Addrais II I
SrjE nP YN7B1''ETn G'8 K. Oren, of Winter Haven, were 1i-I"r! l'r'\'T c 5+

.: guests thin week of Air and Mrs - t. - -J) KRAFTS11II ISHII'C: l 25crtn11'.1r"fusY.R

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','I ',' SWEET: POTATO WKEVILSGAINESVILLE I Court holding that ,i u, "'r"emt,

II ,, SECTION' J I tera no excuse for a II t' n'"asor'
-Two after-har STATE NEWSNews 'I
: ; I car Is Involved in 'holt
tjiFARMERS vest practices" aid control of the Cu :,11 '
II About Bradford likened such a d.- 'rlUlb
r sweet potato weevil, a problem for II I ""' ;
I a young man "wh.., of
Conducted Demonstration of Florida in Short Paragraphs ,
by Agents sweet potato growers in the Gulf t4I Mp"
f the death of to
I i iC his pun',, ,
d h States, says J. R Watson, extension r pleaded with the .: later
1 .. 1 ''Jl' entomologist at the FloridaExperiment I I i court h"
I 'aftti1 .111 ful to him because merei.
; i. .... h
Station. v
"., I '1 .. "Z -_ --1T phan. The tribunal. ,% <*
The first practice is to bank the ? I 10

? sweet potatoes in different locations 'LASSES: STARTEDTALLAHASSEEMore FELONS MUST!' REGISTER upset two jUdgment : 'J:;,.
I RURAL Hints To Housewives against Albert J. B lJIt}
from year to year. If a per. than I.- MIAMI--A new, powerful weapon rianna. The :g( I liar

a COMMON SENSE manent storage house is used, Mr. 1 700 students at Florida State Col- against undesirable tourists "passed out" man pit tow

; t ,i __ "'f ,
', ; By SPUDS JOHNSON tlon Specialist, Tallahlaaetro before the new crop is harvested a classes after a week devoted to C. Coleman. Coleman designating cock had been and i H "rt aims
t tt and stored.Destruction. registrations and orientation. The his Identification chief as registrar ing. : Ir tt.

I t ''t \INTEK COVER CROPS CAN) TUB GOODLY GUAVAGuavaa of vines and turninga first convocation was held Tuesday announced In effect here the .

Ira UK SOWN THIS :MONTH TO -, few hogs In the field will carry 1937 state act requiring felons! to fit/
i LIFE TO SOILS out the second practice Turned register at the Sheriff's office 1.11>> \m
BRING NEW be found In abun
are to into the field after within TALLAHASSEE ,-
of central immediately JfDGE DENIES \\H1T twenty-four hours of arrivalin 't'e Dl
dance now In many The harvest, the hogs in rooting and By T. K. McCLANE, JR. the county. Failure to comply rector Clayton c. COd'| Jc';, :
that this fall will Florida. JACKSONVILLE applica- laid
Indications are
v it southern the Florida
feeding will uncover and destroy carries a maximum penalty of $500 program '
i for seei'Inff win- fresh, served tions for injunctions to halt en- "tj 'to
be a good season be used
fruit may small potatoes and roots left by fine and six months In Jail. The needy children cann., ,,, ,
I t of vetch and Austrian dessert and shortcake The fact that the season for cro- j j forcement of Duval County's "noace" I ni act I
ter cover for
U 1i( crops as planned
; with because
t sugar the harvesters. This and the destruction law, sponsored by Coleman, affects ,..
starts arrived '
citrus has was
f r( ,' combined with poisoning i iforcibly law were denied here by '
peas. be j In the State
or may Treiisui-. J8'
1 of vines destroy large only three counties Duval (Jack- '
mind when Jess
bananas, brought to Circuit Judge DeWItt T. Gray '> *
Considerable interest has been fruits, pineapples numbers of weevils that would otherwise i Honvllle), Hlllsborough ( ler Lee declines to ,i- .
r fruits in cock- Brannen, one of our Hampton Under the measure the sheriff Is rttll.
{,ey aroused in these two winter cover mangoes, and other winter in the fields. I I und Dade (Miami). cute for $35OOttot ,,
fine ?
farmers lost three
Guava j juice recently empowered to Impound cattle *'""
of Flor- salud i
h crops in the western part tails and .. three months .
t' 2 substitute for The weevil, which resembles ahu'ge hogs in this way. 'j found the and -------- -- ----- bee with
roaming highways
i r Ha and so the results of experl- makes an excellent DOESN'T: October because hi .
ant, lays its In the vine, crotalarlaBpu'tabllls PLANKS
nutritionists eggs It Is unfortunate that
so i criminal their here
lay charges against
the tomato Juice
mental work with them by orange or would be jusl ,.
r child feed- or directly in the potatoes. The which has proved to bea I PENSACOLAOfficials of the enough rate
,4' in owners.
State Agricultural ExperimentStation now tell us, Treasury to 'r
; too supplying larva, or grub, hatches from the fine cover crop and soil builderIn j .. United Stales navy und 1 Escambla mr.th. ."I'mb'r
rip should be of interest at this ing and for adults --- - payroll. Other bills .
I Ume.V.. E. Stokes, head I of the quantities of Vitamin C. eggs and 1 feeds upon the plant or Florida, is so dangerous to animals : nilLDRIRTH DEATHS OFF County are writing letters to each rington would i 'CaJ'
t that generous makes a pleasing ad- potato for two or three weeks. In but such Is the case, and we ,I other and gelling their heads together go unp \ time
agronomy department, says Guava Juice JACKSONVILLE -- The Slate at least "I don't ,
be the pupal 1 stage it Is inactive, but might well face the facts. I kJ chin
just as
to :
In "e
actual tests have shown that vetch dition to punch and deserves I Board of Health reported mothers'deaths conferences because a can start the ,,, ,
i' for after seven or eight days becomesa i Tests at the Experiment Station progn" .
Florida threatened lrmSThe
in to shoot
; and Austrian peas increase yields more widely In childbirth were sixteen navy ton said.
i t eight' full-grown weevil ready to lay : in Gainesville will show that crotalaria planes flying low over his farm.
f of corn following by from this purpose fewer In the first seven months of -- .-
t more eggs. Near the Gulf coast' is not to ""
c to nine bushels to the acre, on theaverage I The Is most highly prizedfor usually palatable this year compared with the same Capt. W F. Ha lacy, commandantof African chcet.
S'' there may be six to eight generations IIvetock except when in blossom, the faol!
naval air '
or about fifty percent Jelly making because of its dis- period a year ago. This year there station, wrote the est animal In the wm
in one season, Mr. Watson and that be '
It will not ordinarily short
Hairy vetch has been grown for tinctive flavor, but it may also be were 110. In the previous period county commission\ "Mr. Stakeel"appeared distance.

4. ,jd many years in the South. It produces well used for butters Jams, preserves says. eaten unless other feed is scarce. there were 126. at the station to complain 1 '.-

G t little or no seed here, however and sweet pickles. The pulp --. Crotalaria poisoning may assume -- -- ..- --- -- about planes scaring him and his Air line distance .
STKANGE INSTINCTJACKSONVILLE either an acute or chronic chickens. Officials said the fal'm- ri "t
} I f, and it is necessnry to purchase remaining after the juice has been fit AH MEN WORRIED trtme southern point e 0 seed each from form, Experiment Station workers er told a navy civilian employee he I the northern to
year Oregon extracted for Jelly making very Dr F. T. ,JACKSONVILLE- Florida boundurx ne Cad,
v start
or elsewhere. Within the past two satisfactory! for guava catsup, butters Johnson acted on a premonitionand say. Early symptoms of the acute Crab Meat Producers association shooting. ed States is about J.GOO miles.

k or three years G. H. Blackman of and Jams. The type of confection reached his home ahead of the form, in which the animal is sick will Intervene in an Injunction suit

1 the State Experiment Station has called guava paste may be fire department. He didn't' even only a short period are: Loss of I I j to halt operations of the National BOREE FUNERAL
; built a supply of seed of strained appetite, weakness, dejected ap- HOME
up Augusta made by evaporating the know there had been an alarm. > Container corporation's pulp mill
vetch, which will seed thick. pearance, bloody or dark-colored t Full Ions of Casket A Undertakers
produce guava pulp until it is very When firemen arrived the flames I here officials announced. The association $UUI>II N
'' in Florida. and it is anticipatedthat droppings, and, in some cases AMBULANCE SERVICE
a Guava paste is sold commerciallyIn were extinguished. Dr. Johnson
I i I protests possible pollution DAY AND
bloody nasal NIGHT
discharge. Symptoms I
considerable of this '
quantities many parts of the world; guava was worried by a violent electrical of the St. John's river, which
variety will be sown this winter. of the chronic form are: Loss of ap- 53 PHONE 53
t paste and cream cheese being a storm that swept over the city. might kill crabs and small fish up-
-I A commercial seed l supply Is avail countries. petite, diarrhea faulty coordination O. H. BENNETT, Mgr.
1 favorite dessert In many Ills wife and nine-day-old baby on which the crabs feed.FEKNANUINA .
1f4 and weakness "A IIOME-LIKE
able.Seed The small round, purplish red were at home. He suddenly decided .

of either vetch or peas strawberry guava., as it Is commonly all was not well, and drove hurriedly The following changes nave been

''R'h' 1 should be sown In October or early called because of Its supposed to his residence. A moment noted in animals dying of the AT TOP

November, vetch at the rate of resemblance to the strawberry in before he arrived lightning flash- acute form: Hemorrhages on inner I JACKSONVILLEFernandma

pb twenty pounds and peas thirty flavor, Is often grown as an ornamental ed down, struck a tree behind his surface of stomach and Intestines led the state in building construction

pounds to the acre. Inoculation is shrub. It Is sweeter and garage, followed a fuel oil pipe un- ; hemmorrhaglc conditions in j figures for'August with a total a I

desirable if these crops have not has a more delicate flavor than the der the house and flames followed. the heart and liver and inner surface of $3.308,900 according to a

been grown on the soil recently: common guava and is delightful .. -- of the gall bladder and trachea [ survey of reports from thirty-five

r, In soils low in phosphate, applications eaten fresh. It also makes an ex- '| ; and probable hemorrhagic I Florida cities today released by
of 300 Green Turns Down : areas in the abdominal fat. Exam- the Florida State Chamber of Com- a
pounds per acre ofsuperphosphate cellent Jelly.
q' [ Ination of animals merce, The North Florida city'shuge
I' dying from the
f before the seed are Make up your stock now for Trip To HawaiiIn
jr chronic form showed paper mill under construction
sown have given excellent results, punch, for Jelly, for Ice cream a large
amount of fluid there, it was said.
in the abdominal
producing heavier yields and thus! stock and 1 other delicacies. order to confer with his constituents 1
cavity, discolored and hardened | .
k -- ---
h supplying more green mutter to be in the Second Congressional
liver, enlurged gall bladder and j CATTLEMAN:
turned under in the spring.Both Dist net, Congressman Lex I

y } vetch and peas are subject crops are not as badly washed by Green has declined the appointment large amounts of fluid in the tis- OCALA--Officers sought a man

t- to attacks of nematodes causing winter rains nnd the growing to visit and inspect the Territory sue of the walls of the stomach and ,,, who is alleged to have sneaked up

y root-knot, and consequently these plants keep the plant foods from of Hawaii, during the monthof large intestines. behind: Willie Hall, 29-year-old cattleman

plants are not recommended on leaching out and being lost. They October, he announced today. While Crotularlii Mpertablll. has broken'a neck vertebra 4

lands where root-knot is a problem odd humus, which is badly neededon By virtue of his chairmanship of been found to be toxic for live- I(I with a blow from a sandbag. Hall

a They are. adapted to the better most soils. They may be used the House territories committee, he stock, feeding trials have shown, was reported "showing signs of

I ? grades of farming lands of western to furnish a certain amount of wa sinvited by the territorial government that 'rotulllrl.L Intermedia .may be recovery." Although the assailantwas

rS t Florida, Air. Stokes says.t grazing.The and appointed by the used as livestock feed. Crotularluintermedia reported to have taken $87.73

t} i I They conserve both plant food crop, either vetch or Austrian speaker of the House of Represen- may be used for grazing -I from his victim Sheriff Gordon WILL FlN-D ITER

', }# /and soil, since lands sown to winter peas, should be turned under tatives. or silage. Although (.'rot<.lal'la Moorehend said investigations led

about two weeks before the follow Congressman Green's telegram, a1N'etsbtli't; > is poisonous to livestock him to believe there was another

( ing crop of corn or cotton is to be sent to the speaker of the House of it Is one of the best cover motive besides robbery. a

Malaria'h.'k. planted. In'case of extremely dry Representatives, declining the appointment crops that cnn be grown in Florida I l A-- 1NOER Counter*"* Jl MACAU'S

66 6 weather In the spring, the added follows: and its use for this purpose should NEW CITRUS HOARDTALLAHASSEEGovernor
i St
tl 1' In :I d.7eCOLDS humus in the soil sometimes "I regret extremely that it will be continued, but only for this purpose I p cStory *?* 2 7TtP ll:

i causes the soil to dry out more be impossible for me to visit Territory Experiment Station workers ,I Cone appointed six new members FARM al,5i

1.1111'11' TABLET. Heat| day readily and makes It more difficultto of Hawaii as directed In your assert. S: of the Florida Citrus Commission, [ JOURNAL

t IIAL": .NO5WDROP. 1I..h.. 8U I secure a stand of corn or cot- appointment just prior to adjournment to succeed those whose terms ex-

} d ,"Iftu... ton. On the whole, however, these yof 'ongress. Am indeed N. G. Hayes young Brooker farmer pired September 10. Those named

: Try "llebMyLbameWerld'e: heat I crops give good results. grateful for the honor which you has built an attractive new were W. L. Spivey, Floral City, a p a

conferred upon me in appointingme home on the old Hayes' place that representing the Second Citrus l :; t.rae,

r to head the House delegationon might be taken us a model for oth- I I District; Phil C. Peters WinterI laoiaN ltA .; 0.; 0 Croapka/ perry JD"eu-IY,,

t this joint committee and I am er progressive Bradford growers. I I Garden, the Fourth; E. C. Welles, D Bs Nate it f.+6 pat 0louetq k5 eerie. I Y,

For also: mindful of the kindness extended It is a six-room building, of the I, Arcadia the Sixth; W. M. Mose- G i5 Ts' Nix /rl Yr 4 cot Aii

Expert RepairingSmith's to me by the territorial government bungalow type, and Is painted j, ley Fort Pierce, L. P. Thomas, y Mtl plea 1 'h' 0 gory airs Wrr'A.-.1
i'' 1 I of Hawaii in white with attractive trim. When I \# -1 Y6 0 Y,
I inviting me Palmetto, and John Maxcy, Frost- Hose c/ -
to come. his plans are complete, Mr. Hayes I proof, members-at-large. \\&zsr: ;; YM1. IN NtoId Mrouln --- 1 Yr,

"Owing to the extreme length of will also be able to boast of run- | --.-- "4 M I N

Garage our recent session of Congress and ning water and electric lights from I SETS ENROLLMENT: RECORD \l Ooraitu"stf .rYr.. Mold Nes/anlq -t yr
l the strong probability of an ex- a Delco plant. The old farm home I DELAND Stetson lp* '. 3Yt. o Imo" Noma -.1 b,

traordinary session the first partof has been left -standing and will ; University ; 0 Poiglnth BatM ;: 1 yr,
i reported the largest first-day enrollment ii. -I
hetrgrllhtunr01N1r yr,
probably be te
November used for tenants.
I feel
that these few tt
Phone 120 I in its history ns the institution "Agiltultwi 'Yt. rusoyl Yr
Intervening should be spentIn opened. President W, S. Al- Yr 0Ibsgyt
Four bales yrdtoum
district of Bradford cotton
: Wrecker Service Day or NightLEDGER my here to obtain with their my constituents wishes have been sampled for entry in the |I len Istered said for a total of 673 students reg. OtT.w tonloa--1 ra
_ first-day classes an in-
and legislative suggestions."As State Department of Agriculture's I'
crease of 135 over the correspond-

i; on chairman territories of House interest committee in in contest Florida.for the First best prize bale is produced I I ing period last year. There were GET WHAT YOU WANT PAY FOR WHAT KX/%

h .. + my H. Barwick and SlOOV'I j I 538 on the list at the close Of the
II I the welfare of Hawaii and our other A. L. three-day enrollment period in ( OnES IfO. Imm Ornn HO. I I
territories is most keen two grower who have had their j Alle.. AB
th r.l Taut
1 fore It is with extreme regret re'l i I'cotton sampled. Others will doubtless ': 1036. City and school officials took Ifowipopor. I rot only Tilt Howipopor., I Ti. Ta C"-1:

OU | I am not able to give the month of I I enter the contest later part in- convocation-.---. exercises. 6 Item Ma"aal.Group.. B Iorrcn {$2( 10 $ from Massie.Group. A }$2.40

October to this service." I, j I -

Li I I _, .- .- ... _. jL .,..,. I I VOT A.V ASYLDIj TO LEVEL LAKE
County com
: Children from the northeastern: j! CHATTAHOOCHEESupt.. J. n>l. W. ipapr. I Yr This ITowipapor. 1 Yr.\ An Lt
section of the United Stated dr* ofa i H. Therrell tolJ the Northwest' missioners voted to lower the levelof Mavall.. Tae All few o.1r Magaalae A I Ifam rm 0r r
2 A 2
I Florida Banker's Association here Lake Weir eighteen inches to overcome from Croup } Group f* >
larger size i iI
on the than
I those from the Southwest I the Florida State Hospital for the ; "unhealthy conditions" reported IMagatln* D n $2-25 3 Idega.t horn Gtoup a D D I $2.50

I I insane! Is not an "Insane asylum." ': to have developed on the

--- I "Frequently persons who are well I north shore due to overflowing wa- .

Informed on other | ter. Drainage ditches will be dug. ,
: !Send l'" Your Kodak Films refer to thin every as the stale subject Insane Originally the plan was to lower Jlm.rI.... Icy 12.00 Mod.ra M.chaoi ft !In-"' !g

1Ht' for Development." One day lIen'Ice the water love! two and a half feet I Amarlcaa fruit OlOW.. 1.7$ Mottoa Picture. --- i
and tint duns work asylum" he -,Iilt. "The term Is Amoriean MagaBjno I.U Opon Road Ice Boys i rOpportualty ipP
I guaran entirely inacmrate. An but opposition was voiced .it a pub- BolUr Homo and .....d._ 1.00 Maqaun irl
teed.Ve make enlargement up ,? insane lie 1I.d.,'. G...... 1.70 Parent Magaslno _. Ito
i to I h n Inches.! Give lit a trial asylum ia .a place to segregate undo i! hearing. Cappot' Farm. I.7S Pathfinder (wooklr) 1'15
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Incarcerate persona>: in order to protect I.U -I
CAKKADINE'S LAWTEY I C"rtaUQII H.rald 1.50 Photoplay -
society, while a hospital is a ;i l'RF.rTtSIJKMAItIANNA: CoW.,'. W..kO .JO Pictorial Rovlow -. '- ,15
place where those j Homo I i ,s- 1.75 Papula Mochanln -
.'t r who are ill may ] ;: Two men and a Dolinoator *.J5 Popular Sdonco McnthlfRadio 18 1
the get trt'atml'nthat we attempt'! woman are in Jail here on a chargeof Dlxlo Poultry '0..81. 1.75 N.w. (t.chnJcol-l)-
Farm Journal, 1 1.10 Rodbook Maqoilno __. ISIS
to do Is to rehabilitate the 1"0
patient, entering without breaking because Tlold and Btroc- I.U Ravlow ol. fl..l.wi_
MODERN KI to restore him to Ills family, to his ,l a keen-eared soda shop employee Flowar Ctow' .r 1,45 ......I..d .
business! and to ," 'I' Homo .H..dJocaft.. 1.0 Scr .. Play f
society discovered the slot machine
RUBY Hou. and GanI.' T5.4$ Slim .cr... SSIIT
need uradi ktooti'-
r.l.J a.ncf --- "-. -- they were playing was'! paying oft Houo."old Maead.e 1.70 Rporto AH.1d ;
Llbert"f w..kly '.'0 Succourul Farmlaa .- 111I.
HALT PAYMENT: before the
i wheels
I I I stopped spinning. Liureoy JI..... 4,50 Tro* Story MogaunoWown I."
/ !i1i.P Aa exceptional ,.lu.I Coni* World _

l Ieclq.r 200 ledge here Saturday flopped payment of ,! the device was spilling dimes, and tl
IL. dial
elaaad A-Z 26 lon leetber I i j gasoline tax money to thirty-nine j I the inconsistency In its behavior. art s p a

j lab Ind...Bound in durable imitation counties under special acts of the the young woman employee told.I iror

leather, colon ted or black. Steel .... Legislature. An injunction obtained 1 her suspicions to the
back with automatic locking device. waterproof gr proof, I shop's owner.
T' ?y Push Lutton lot quick opening, no key requited. Sheet era whit and eaiy to clean Tile netth no by a Union County taxpayer | Police were called and] found that Gentlcmcni

1'olydal.l"dCiJer paper, 24 fubitance. Sheet lite 6 s 9Ji Lachei. upkeep or r.d.coration.E.timat. brought into court for the first)lone of the men was equipped with I enclot. f for which pleats send :

J ..*given without obliga- I] time special laws of twenty-two i a device, made from an old automobile 111yur' >">

II I ii ;lt Ii'"k' No. ......ptio. Prig. Gab tion on n.w or modernizing work. i I counties not involved in proceed- |' valve and two elastic bands! 1I the magazines I hT checked, together
1 Ings pending In the Supreme Court. : which assured lubicrlptlon to your new p
; a steady stream of
,; 0:0008;: Ruby t..dCiJ.r O..u1t-Red $4.00 'I
Circuit Judge J. B. Johnson Issued(
f2(70C7 Rub L.dq.r OulM-Black 4.00 CENTRAL FL \ winnings. To one elastic band I
j TILE MARBLE I tie restraining order against I around his body was attached. an- t N.ro._

COMPANY ..... Comptroller J, M. Lee. The writ other which ran through his sleeve.

I 707 W. BoundaryCilaine nu., topped at least temporarily payment On the end of that was the lId I I Street or K. 7. D_ ,

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ..allle. Florida : f fI of $702.000 to the State valve, which, he would shove up the "
\\ Board of Administration for the payoff tube and open the catch to Town and Stat.- "
I /
] account of all countie :I I release a flow of coins. --Ira

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;I\y. lIl'nCIl DIRECTORY lesson. In Terrento, Annl would be I I THAT SCHOOL H'NTH BOX that contains stagnant water, FINLKY APPOINTED---

FlI'oT!! B \rfI3 CHURCH THE MibEt sure to meet him and his friends. I As children start to school again, 2. Filling and grading all areas TALLAHASSEE-. W Finley

1..li.' Sheppard PI"tor How they would be taken In. Itwas | mothers will be Interested in these where mosquito breeding may take was appointed Motor Vehicle Commissioner -

5aday, School 10 o clock a. m.. a grand Joke on Rudi on them suggestions for school lunches place succeeding Thomas W

Thomas< Siipt.ini all. from the September Progressive 3. Placing oil on the surface of Long. Finley had been chief cleric
J' Worship, 11 a. m WORE RED Annl felt her heart quicken.\ Farmer: stagnant water If it Is Impossibleto
I ; of the Commission since early Feb-
$ at 6:30: m. What was the man driving at? drain it.
S, r P f. meets p. 'I I "It Is necessary to use eggs, I ruary. He was a former tax col-
8:00 m. Whipping out a pencil Armalliii 4. Proper screening of all win
nmZ Worship : p. milk, and butter generously and to lector of Baker County and came
&S.! S r. ichers Meeting Wednes- *MTTU noa i began writing on the menu. "You'llgo I use food that require thorough dows and doois." here from. Macclenny. Governor

7",; 0 m, to a very fashionable hotel In I I chewing. Course flours are best to Cone announced his selection
;y litJ-\\"'ek Prayer service'ed-I the Tyrol," he chuckled "filled i" use In children a breads, muffins C;M'K.KKIIT M<)\INU:

00 p, my1F:1'IIOD1sr. ('haJlll'r| Our | smug, And don't get too dizzy on i with elegant ladies and gentlemenof and cookies. Crisp biscuits with
,'sJa} The little white ball spun around I I hat wheel breeding I'll give two TA LLA II A SSJoF.--Commlsslont'r Yr
great big of life I you butter and a liberal sprinkling of -
; ) CHURCH and around; the croupier's voice : Armalia's reply was a contemptuous weeks of It. Two weeks exactly, brown sugar will bu enjoyed. Or of Agriculture Nathan Mayo said

,,1:,",. 5t..1. Fisher, Pastor droned, "That's all no more bets. snort. Then he bawled to : and ;you'll welcome the sight of I perhaps tarts are more popular. grapefruit shipments from Florida
' School- -10 a. m. Rudi Pal glanced around the the driver "Take this bar,'' passed the 41,000 box mark last
<:unUa:> me to the lowest They; are easily made, Simply roll
ylorU! lof) \\-orsblp-11 a. In.F.pw' crowded room. Though the Cosmos dive In TrieBte. The very lowest I Dazed, she, listened to him. Her biscuit dough thin cut a hole In week
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'" League-6:45: p. m. Club was the pivotal point of The lowest of the low" 'namo) would be Annl Vivaldi l. he the center of one biscuit, and placeon .0.-

Evening \\'orshlp-7:30 p. m. Trieste society, he was finding it A short splice later he was! entering I.was saying She would pose as the top of another buttered biscUIt TRAIN SCHEDULE:

Prayer meeting, Wednesday at hopelessly dull. Gambling did not the litMe waterfront. cafe, | daughter of his mythical friend, Press the edges together und bake. Our schedule changes! April 25th le a i

30 p m Interest fUidl tonight for his mind known as The Cordillera i I' Lieutenant Vivaldi, a naval officer. Then fill with slewed fruit or jam. and trains will run as follows
You an invited to all these serveS and heart were filled with beautiful ills Her dead mother had lived in gen- "The Ideal daily lunch should include SouthboundNo.
eyes, roaming about the
geneious-hearted Maddelena 1 teel poverty and she herself, had :--
who awaited him In the Tyrol. smoky dance hall, fastened on a been brought up in a convent 1-Due Starke 11:31: P.M
l I.r..h jtcrlan ChurchRev Beside him, Count Armalia was girl was was singing. lie rubbed i Her eyes were round. Why, thei 1. A meat sandwich. No. 15: -Due Starke 4'57 P.M. SI
H. Lowry, Pastor his hands. Laboratory material 2. A drink (milk, cocoa, or OLE
gathering up his chips with all thesmugnl'ss i man must be mad No. 107-Due Starke 9:16: A.M.
guiMav,, Services: of a winning drunken made to order She was ;young, not | "I'll wire the hotel myself," he soup). No. 191-Due Starke 10:3: P.M

ID 01) a m. Sabbath School. gambler. more than twenty perhaps, with a continued, "Here are the addresses 3. A sweet. Northbound J JACKSONVillEFLORIDA

n:oo a m. Morning Worship. Rudl youthful Jaw and cheeklme under ot Rome shops. I'll notify them to 4. A fruit
People's: Vesper grinned tolerantly. "Arm- the heavy mahk of Her I No. 2-Due Starke AM.
4 30 p m. Young touge. eyes [ take elite of And here's u little "Why not make a week's menu 5:00:
lIa, luck I you. .. .
your Improves with OARNEtl ..NOREWS.M.._
Service. every were Indigo, filmed by fatigue. The money for tips. The rest of the I something/ like this?- No. 16-Due Starke 11:24:: A.M.
tie-rmonette,;. by Pastor. glass of champagne. voice was herself and all her species bill "Monday: Nut bread sandwich ;':0, JOS. -Due Starke 5.00 P.M. l JON y SUMMER COMFORT M tio..
"And Rudi the champagne Improves I a ill be sent to me. I .......,Irapaof. / total( ) 'In rte hurt ol dam-
\ Service: existing In a monotone withno Sturke and \\Vanne Branch
Midweek! with Anni stared down at the i spread with butter or cream few* Mcfctmivillc. Evty room with" tub eed.1w.
730 p M- Mission Study. every roll of the Interest in the note that had money | cheese, ughnut, cocoa, orang*. .Vo 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A. M. .!> ..,foil wcMr, cvillnt l I... radio, ebaed
I 30 m. Prayer Service. wheel. I passed nor In the note, that wits at the card) They were real., No j "Tuesday: Biscuit sandwich with !No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:501'. M. NMMt dot...Every &d with .ta.......'...
8 p "Please," Rudi suggested elaborately she wasn't In a dream, from which .( not and! fcadlnf. I.... Rvnuinf' levnM
coming/; I minced chicken or other: meat, Daily except Sundays.T. < on .n.>y Ile.,.
__"'''' \notl Baptist Church as they strolled toward the i As If in response to his gaze she would awaken. But what world I cookies apple, milk. J. GRIFFIN. AIR CONDITIONED l
li. Hemingway Pastor door, "You mustn't hud she entered, then? Things like COCKTAIL LOUNGE COffEE
R.\'. I. atop playing Annl! turned and stared at him. Theproprietor I "Wednesdity: Soup, boiled egg, SHOP
Bible this did nut not to Annl DINING AND MEETING ROOMS
Services every Sunday. for my sake. The mere fact that I happen 1
was whispering her I : crackers, cookies, banana. .
Ml rVlvitt Both
: a.n. Services at 3:30: have to be at dawn ." who hail been unlucky enough to bebOI'
10-13: up .
udy ear Her *
lips twisted A Count, I i i "Thursday: Chopped meat sand- j HFAUHINSU6ANCP "- MRooMftM
clock In afternoon. "Bah!" Armalia exploded.! "Have I was he? Come to stare at the ani- wick cup custard, cookies, grapes."Fridly Vj [1l---SIootIe.. "- t4 ROOM II 50BOOKXEEFlfiG

BKTHF.I. \PTIST CHURCH to be up at dawn' Rudi, you always mals In the zoo? She sauntered to + laughing The Count! rose "I'm and he was !'I : Whole wheat bread "IIlZ'/ ...M..",..-... lee

L. A. Oonnley Pastor talk as! If you controlled your his table, not angry, just dully cur strangely cheating. I sandwiches spread with butter, A dependable Colds .. 1 H...'.
Rev own destiny. Don't ;you know." ious. I m fixing the wheel Annl, fixing : prescription for 9"1 ''''NO
Services very first Sunday "Now look here," Rudi protested. "Good it so that you can win for a little nut-raisin sandwich, orange, milk ChillFtver!Malaria and Influenza.At ;,'nN_ HOIIL!.,_055END .t.0. '.
Sunday School 2:30: p. m. "This evening, sir. Would you while.' Maybe Rudi would hewas "Note: A thermos bottle is an Indispensable drag store 250 or send stamps to
Bible Study and Prayer Services Is one night when I refuseto care to dance ? Or shall I sing another ; but say article for the school ........ Drag CelacksonvlUe.Fla
b'lngcl'uel he wanted
to your naive champagne ? An old "
Saturday night. song perhaps fa lunch box. I. .
very philosophy" vorite know He wanted to know about ,
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St Uirk's; Episcopal: Church i Armalia snapped his mouth open Armalia waved her pompously what made a waiter H waiter Rudl, HOW TO KNOW THE \LAKIA\
and Sermon on and shut much like irritated Rudi and Annl Annl.! "And If It
Morning prayer an to a chair "No, thank you. Let us MOMOI'ITO
wcoa'l! and fourth Sundays at I( clam. He was more than a little just be two human souls in communion turns out badly," he said, suddenly -
If all the
1 a. m. Holy Communion Saintsays Jrunk and knew It; Intoxicated not for a night. We will drink harsh "don't come complaining Anopheles mosquitoes WORRIES
at 10 a. m. Litany and choir only by wine but with power and champagne and talk." to me In fact, don't come to could he destroyed, there would be
me at all. Two weeks Annl that's no new cases of malaria. To do
ractlce every Friday night at 7:30: his own omnipotence. And what "Talk ?" ,
all you have. Goodbye, and good this, it is necessary to find and destroy with
did he do
m. with such a golden! nightas "Suppose! you tell me about I
yourself I' luck" 'I their breeding places. The
this? Dine and debute with alovesick Er
where you were born ,I i
( hrUIUin Church young fellow who could I :and all that sort of thing." I Her cheeks burned feverishly i j' following suggestions especially ALLFACTScompe

Services at the Christian Churchvery 1 think of nothing but the morrow Slowly deliberately, she looked The world had been put at her feet timely this month are quoted from

Sun lay morning and evening and his fiancee "Naive!" he burst !at him and u faint resentment and she had only to tread Its velvet |I The Progressive Farmer: -
"Malaria Is caused bite
by a
; eleven and seven o'clock respec out. "Can't realize, carpet. Adventure awaited her
you within
you young stirring her. So he would 1 from that
an Anopheles mosquito
tively.KlnK'li'.v, fool, that Life Is a Great Roulette like to know what made the wheelsgo and yes, even a mad, beautiful ,
has hen Infected by biting a per.son
Wheel and the human a little ball, 'round, would he ? Then sheSlowly danger the danger of the unknown with malaria.
Lake Biiptlttt Church She clasped her hands together -
Rev [Ivan, Bohannan Pastor I She would have good food, 1 "To Identify the malaiia-carrylng

j Preaching services every fourth ,s fine suiioundinga, new clothes mosquito note the position the Insect -

unsay, 10:30: o'clock A. M. :a bright red, dress sewn with beads. I takes when It rests! If the

Ah, !let destiny bring what H head Is pointed downward and the Full Instructions and $ 3

might These two weeks would be |I body Is elevated at an acute angleit Included
here, M timeless interval that could' is the Anopheles. If the body Is Specimen Pages -=-

BOB JONESComments I y w never be taken from her. held parallel to the Btnface on In Each Outt; : each

('To He 4 ontlmird) I which the insect Is resting It Is not
On Here a malaria carrier The larvae maybe
I BE11'\IIE; -OF:- "SfltK-TIIING": : distinguished by the angle they It shows every day haw rru i rr.cney is due yaw f

And Hereafter r I There Is no known formula form with the surface of the water and how much you cs. ''.:rated headings (for {
I If the larva Is parallel to the water's -
which will enable an Investor to every transaction.J rs ::II iJ pages with monthly
Dr. Paul Studenskl Profesosr surface it Is the Anopheles;
pick an absolutely safe investment, and
if the is held ac'ute! sheets ar.nv::I1 i i--tnta account,
|f Economics at New York Uni- Risk Is always present In the ownership body at an angle summary ,
nity, recently completed a Hurley of property to the surface the larva does! balance sheet in:!" ,' .' :.:.;s booltkefping>

of the drinking habits of 2,370'I" a'" There Is, however, a proven, not belong to the malaila-curtylng simple and accurc'c.BRADFORD ; .
loung people In New York state.pe time-tested formula which will en- group.
found! that 63 9 percent of wo-I| } able the Investor to avoid sure los "We can get rid of the mosquito r

hra students have Increased their ers. Shun the plausible strangerwho pests' by- ,
fard liquor-drinking In the last guarantees safety and large 1. Destroying all containers that .
\\'year is compared to 43.7 per- deliberately, she income at the same time. The securities might be breeding places for wigglers I.

|ent Inciease for the men. The looked at him and a faint re faker like the race track such as tin cans or anything

canons given! for drinking by the 'S tentment stirred within her tout, offers his prospective victims -

''iung people were these: "Alco- "sure things." i
ni maKes, one and at'active I I oF LOPIW4 I -HIGHLIGHTS. g NNEIH- )mk jgjI
gayer; more Be sure tint you know exactlyi .
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-It helps one to forget worthless in himself bouncing ghruggecl, After all. champagnewas what you! are buying before you In-I
flea tinuMe" It Is significant helplessly. from slot to slot? Where a rarity Might us well mike I' vest And, more than that,

'tot the /group that gave the latr will he end In wealth or povcily? the most of It, She sipped from the sue that you know yqu are specu-

excuse for drinking hard liquor As Rudi l Pal, the young aristocrat glass and felt the bubbles tingle Itting before you speculate.This .

verageJ under twenty-five; years 'r," he gestured, "as our friend pleasantly In her nose "My nameIs Is the gist of some advice .

( age. It Is also significant that I the waiter, whose only asset is the Annl Pavlovltsch. Born In Poland recently offered Investors by one of '1Uit"r r

per cent of the young peopleUE1ltlnnpc1 ability to cool and pour champagne age twenty. Mother, Austrian. the nation's lending security authorities -

said their parents had ? You see, my dear fellow, Father, indeterminate probably Charles R. Gay, President \ f ,, 'a ir of rNE

o objection to their drinking. his number didn't come up." He not an aristocrat. of the New York Stock Exchange -
Op'QfUk ,
I mumbled "Rudl and the waiter "You talk well," Armalia said Mr. Gay pointed out, further '\ )

The preceding paragraph tells': Alike at the start and now so dif approvingly, his plan already be- that Federal supervision of fcghI0r I

own story Comment Is hartlir ferent." ginning to take shape. securities and state Blue Sky laws,,

ir necessary "Many mothers and I I Patiently Rudl listened. Another She turned to him, a sudden edgeo even though they have accomplished I

others act like they do not care' variation on Armalia's favorite her voice "And we breathe und some fine results, are no assur- .

their children go to the devil" theme "You go on (torn there to sleep and are hungry too, very ance of investment safety In some lt'

bat t is what a man said to the I, the one about 'all men are cleated much like human beings." cases these laws! have actually encouraged -

ricer some time ago. The trouIs equal." The Count bowed gallantly. By the fake security bus!-

Ie not with the young people. "Which they are" :;ad, this gill I had something gplrt nessIllegitimate brokers use the i3 t
t' I 1a with older people and with I I if nothing else "It'j my world's fact of government supervision as '
e educational system. "Which they are not"Armalia's sad luck that ;you ware. not bornin an opportunity for imposition on .

lon, when we had smile was bar onlc. it." the unwary, offering It evidence!

i ot produce lawlessness. Prohlbl'I'I 'Do you think there Is really anything She nodded absently. "Yes. It of either their own character or the ,

ion of the prohibition to distinguish you from that in." Her chin was cupped in her character of their! securities. The l .

imptom of the lawlessness of the I Ige waiter over there except your curved'palms. She had had noth- law can't catch every crook >w. .

Young people have been clothes and the fact that you sit ing since her earliest days of remembrance whether he be a second-story manor f

aught under our modern eMuca- while he stands?" Poverty. The stench the operator or a bucketshop. ,tD4IW .

'anal "There Is everything. Breeding, '. There Is no substitute for personal :
system to express them- ; >f squalor in her nostiils A drunken -
lIe", to have what they want, to family, tradition.." glancing at brawling mother best forgotten. prudence and caution on the

I lye their own lives, to do as they his watch, Rudl broke off "I give Hope, dreams, had long since been part of the security buyer. Rules of

le ase, Millions of young people up Armallu. I'm going home like a stifled the New Yoi k Stock Exchange require '"."

'are come to believe that whatver jood little roulette ball The train Armalia said to her softly. "And that nil concerns listing ; '',

they wanj they have a right for Terrento leaves so early In the how would you aka a little noli- j stocks and bonds on its board : v :,jI'P',

nave, if they want liquor they morning." Jay. Miss Annt? To stop at a fine ]I I make public exhaustive information

'aVe a right to have It, according Armalia made a sweeping gesture hotel, have servants to wait on you, pertinent to their past experience I".........<.../ ,,..t...r..O'.. '.:r" 'eJi
o I. the of their ; .
their quality
understanding of the phil- that nearly unbalanced him. : 'unshine. plenty of food, beautiful manage- -- ah .
IOphy ment, the purpose for which new ',
they have been taught. a clothes 1"I
"By then I shall have cnanged I
oat Is the Satanic She said In honest amazement, securities are Issued, etc. Anyone ,
philosophy i
hat haq dozen lives. I shall do great things interested can obtain this Information rS3cd4G
wrecked the morals of the Leadme "Do you really like me that
Rudl, great things.
nd. much ?" I I. and discover precisely what he
to the destitute. ':
e His eyebrows lifted "Don't mis- is buying The Investor who falls
"The destitute sleep after mid- I for the old dodge of a "sure thing 1 i
'Hlive" understand You and I
women the same right other time, old man." me, please. I will M.. OF THE STATE
o smoke and light. Some Ive in quite--different worlds" that earn fifty per cent a year

e question! drink Is often as men asked.have?In "This very Instant!" He would ie smiled whimsically. "But' I'm.n nine profit timed," will out lose of his 100.Economic money ninety. OF 1'20' /DK I \

he sight of God show his young whippersnapperfriend a mood to meddle with fate tonight -
sin will.amn 1
a any that and all the skeptics of the Supposing I were to send News Review .
woman will damn .. /
a man.
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be "n Commandments were give .vorld just! what a man could do you to mingle for two weeks with There Is only one store, one .........
q vhen he willed It. Lurching men and women of my world, the and house ".
men as well as to women. church, one In Need- :\ j\: '..,
e Christian through the door he stumbled! intoa people ;you say are simple and artificlal I I more Ga. /

,en Sal, standards are for horse-drawn cab at the curb ? With clothes from ? IIII:! i jI j "
women alike.' That Is true. I
w'eOp. .. Armalia" Rudl called. can see you doing not at all badly IMSI I>o'HEOVLEI 'jll.\
as far "Goodbye,
as world conse ; .
aeS t en are concerned It Is worse 'Come up to Terrento If you don't I Southbound -- ........--...- ............ --.-
"r She sipped her champagne composedly I.No. 20r Due Starke 5:15: pmi
Uian women,' for to smoke and drink .hink Mad lena, and- I -are-- -too "I won't go unless I can I I i No 207---Due Starke 11:45: p,m, The strange OPOSSUM, like the Kan- When the status of Florida was!' changedin

fcal',1 IT ? men Women are ------ -had---better- have two have a red evening dress." Itwouldn't No. 203-Due Starke 12:15: pm. garoo of Australia, carries its young after 1846 from a territory to a state, n state ,

In, this fjner world clay on Women the do not plane'e standards like we used to have hurt to humor a crazy old :' No 201-Due Starke 10:20: am birth in a pouch. When the youngstersgrow seal was provided for, it being stipulatedthat
n. same A rest would, NorthboundNo. climb aboard the mother'
an downo man good night's larger they
men They either live than to have women come the first of the state should
'\" or beneath have lived. This nation clear his head. In the meantime, 202- -Due Starke 1:50: p,m. back for free transportation and where governor

prr hers have men.been Some of where needs men a revival of old-time, there was more champagne to be No. 204Due Starke 4:15: p.m. they can see what's going on. There are approve the design. Governor Mosely was

rhr l1Iany Yeal9l for one standard pleading honest-to-go0lness] womanly modestly had perhaps."Of No. 208-Due Starke 9:15: p.m. about 20 different species of opossums the first governor of the state and it is! .

n"t tJr men. and won>en. But we did and purity. When women course. Anything you want.I ". No. 208-Due. Starke 3:35: : am some with pouches, some without, but all presumed that he suggested the design of

mean that we want women to drink liquor and travel the gaIt think I'll send you -Terrento. flow 214- Due Starke 8.05: a.m. do their gadding about at night. They are the seal. It was officially adoptea in 18'1?.
tom" Bus
Inward Starke Agent: Beasley'sService
Sere down, to the pane! where men oarse men have travelled:! In the fe began to shake he would with teach his Station opposite court- found in practically every section of Flor This seal was used until supplanted in 1866
bola', VVe there Isn't much hope for the laughter. the state seal.
by present
p meant w* wanted past ida.
om.n to complacent young friend Rudi a house. --, __. ?....
Pull men up to their vorld. ---- -


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I I 1 \oiuior' :: \riM.ir" iTioviou I 1 I'AKMKItS: I'ltOl'EST The sail of a parachute Is made I In Infancy, man.. ;

Bradford County Telegraph '1't\ 111:1:11C""n'p : : I.O'n'I'ToS I'KIC'KSContInupJ of carefully: chosen untreated silk, ; higher than in '\ ,
TOO LATE 11111n.. l....lNOTICK I ano1'
I ; : IS HRHJ'BY: Ol\ K.V: That while the shroud lines are of a again from alloltiRC ,. .1:131"

Established: 1877 I ''A I II Snrivnrv.' In, '' I,.I .if Tux ('0"- < From Page One) high grade silk. age, ,
TO CLASSIFYn Hfli'ntf No 112, !I.- n-il" ,ili. TI,111 lay I .
/ I ..if 'tu'" uMt, A li. r ,. Im filed name' -- ----
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MEMBERvr i ; 'In inv offU-p aid I I- foul nppllin- "In the event the price| rises the
I HI!''ri.i..Herretnrr. Kt1' lion for, n Inc de.-.d to lie( IKKIIIM! I
,, .., I"Uieleon' Wild t'i'tl,! Iflrlllf elilhriu'CKHie grower will be benefited but If it
t' Fliirliln l re"" \ "
{ following i i 'tlie ('oiiiiiv' nf ,III :iilfunl' "Hnilf, ofi McCI.ine said I "Happy Birthday"I
j.y1 j. I i Plnrliln., tn-wlt' : a 1011" Mr. :
i .w Z J.t.YU 'CVtd 'J fou dat 1 You sure !polta hand It to these I Xiiiilh-RaBl' 'lust 1.,.!( n 1 y Miami when It'I I Kant: (jnnrtpr" "s. .i-llnn ii.: : THWII-
'I| folks down In of the meeting urged' t
1 0j < whli|, n Soniti., 111111.n: ( I'.aHt.rnntdlnlliK : ,
j ; 1' Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class: I comes to advertlsln1 and publicity I ,' 4fl Hi. I"'t* inure. ril, I leHH, growers to prepare, cotton the best I --- ---
i ,
r i they gut the rest of the state look- The nHKl-HHWIll "f I 111" "Kill prup| ,I! for the In order to get W?!
i Mailer at the Post Office at Starke, Florida i iitmiller' < thenlil. ceitlflrnlo' Is'surd they can gin I
; P I in' like an ox-cart compared to a ;' ., wai 'In 'tile '.line: of KllliaVII- I the heat [possible grade of lint II
< "
k' ii Mall. I F r t*
and Owner i streamline train. "rtlleHM nnlil rprl! Iflfnte flinll l"e "I'eflpfiiifd They were advised.I to pick cotton ,
; E. I. Matthews .___ . 1 Fred down 'I .. .
: They get Governor nt' nllnur !I"< law, Ihe "" 0.-1. cleanly leaving out the bracks and

SUHSCmPlIONUATE{ i there before Ihe openln I of the i''eitv: '; 'I InlilithPHt"il then-Ill bidder!: : "!' nt will HIP lie' ruurll sold: l::1 I burs' that MII'I'OIlI1'lthe bolls; to diy

t lourlst season and start a grand i hftiiHe' door on l Ih' flint :1i,>,nilfiv I In,, I i thoroughly and sun nnd to pick
I t tl the subject ( 'the mouth "f :Nnt'u her, 1HI7\ : \\lililii. I
id )/) Six Months 73c: -Payable in Advance and glorious argument on I I- 'the 1 IK! day of ::00111"1', 11137. out any damaged locks that would
l f, $1.50
n Yearly, ; of gamblln' and, without reul- !Imted 1 thin 2'tli "Hay nf Wiptenil'trI lower the giade., I

Advertising: Hates on Application Izin' it Fled busts out with a statement '' 1117uvF1Cr.t7., H ;
1 I ( St::.\Tol Mr. Hayes and 11 ir. Smith stated
1 I that they can pick up and go :, A, .t. Tlln'I.\'I.!'
I to town with for a million dollars('1 rierlc, of i-liriilt, ("on rt of that as a general rule the cotton .\

YOUR CHILD[ INTO 11ANCJEU Tlrndforil I'liiinly, l-'lurlila. being brought In all over the slate
DO YOU i i worth of free publicity while they' in-i-r.l-io-2'.i: II
{ in ,---- --- Is unusually trashy and has hard
manifested recently anew I
been 'sit )
Since so much interest has back In all righteousness wear- .
Noun: or \i'ri icvno\ yellow locks.
,I r I elementary school' ) building for Bradford County, more in* a halo with "'l'edll'Ct holdln' the I, r'1n'rtDr1D: : farmer ..
Every present signified
bag. i Kriintr 11111 \n. HIII:
than one has called our attention to :an article appearing \ :-O"1C'I'; : i.s 1"" ':IJnY: 111"1'ThAt:: ; "yes" when Mr. McClane asked for
jl.. person The Idea of Miami yelpln' about I R K. r..-.'. linMei" of Tux < Vrtlfleiitf I
I y'i: in the current issue of McCall'a\[ :Magazine( called "It's Up is almost as funny as I I II Igamhlin' : ; Nil. II:*. .-rf, the 2nd I day dhow of hands of all those in favor I r .);,. f. ), br.r .
itj of .Mfpiptnlipi', A l I' IIKI.'i':'; IIIIH rili'ilMHlnt1 of making Bradford an exclusive .
) ll'' To You." It places the blame! !squarely I<< on the shoulders of I Is ridiculous. And. the screwy. In my fiffkc and' I IIIIH. made 110plblthn -
for ll tllIHIM' ,| ,to In* tinnedIhci'i'on Sea Island cotton. .
1 parents for the lack of interest that has resulted/ I in so many I statement that the community is I Hulil, r"'t'l" iflrnto t i-iiiliriirfH. I ,
I opposed to It makes It just that i ffillfiwlnir ,I.."i, ,rllMMl inoporty" In. At the close of the meeting the'

dilapidated and dangerous school, buildings being) in use today. much louder and funnier. I th.- "iviunty' or Prnilfnul, Slate' i>f following resolution was adopted: "6 ('F n r
k I I KlorldH.. to-wlf\ '.
6 n I No one is trying( to alarm parents here unnecessarily, although Now the Ministerial Association I KiiKt ihiir ..I';' :fouiinvi'Ht' ijnnrtcr I "FteHOlved that the Bradford County Hi
f I of :.SonthwpHt; 'l"n.'lpl'( "Siotloii Sea Island Cotton Association
; crowded conditions<< in the present building have! been no doubt, \Is agin\ games of chance 35:' 7 ulvn.h'p,, Six I South; I i fl tut31
tl 'a i llnnirv: Twenty' -Two HUM: ,, con- I goes on record as protesting the ,
y''' pronounced unhealthful by local doctors, and everyone familiar j I' except those conducted under the i 'tnlnliitf twiMit, > ,arren, more" or, present price of Sea Island cotton ]I
I auspices of the Ladles' Aid Society j| ledfc.Tn )
with its construction arc aware of the 1 fact that 1 it was: bazaar and few n-HHnipnt" of the. Hiilrt. prop- I prcfciring to stole that cotton Int|I I .
at the annual
) miller" the ',.Ill li'lllflrat, l Injnur,1 an accepted warehouse rather than 1 to ? 1 ,
never intended) to carry the load it is carrying today. I politicians and racketeers (ire '1 nun In tin "..","' of ;Mr... W I'. R 5't 'I5IA \
1 I.!Lan, g take the price now being offered"
"More[ than a shoulder' to shoulder with the
I author of the McCall's article says,
The LTnlepH said rerl I 1 dlrntr shall I bo 'ritlineil *- ."
: their children "good people'1 ns far ns the opera-1 I| nrnrdhig' to Inw. Ihe :propPI'IV -'-- --.---- ..
million American mothers are blandly sending llfMiM Ilieil'.,. 'o'in .. -
'I 111 will lip KolilMo About '..
h tlon of "ceitain is 700,000 miles .
} places" concernc't. i I square are '
.. ...
b1 i'' r into danger of their lives every school day of the year. They But the other hundred or more Hie d.'p'lilKhrHt' on llo I'lililer, first" nt M 1 lh''"oJII'111 C'ourthoune coveied.i by the United Plates cot Carrie Jacobs Bond (left) celebrating \\ i. ,..... "I.!'t.4. '

button small coats, warn their youngsters to be careful thousand Inhabitants of the Magic i I In thi.the month l I. of :November.of Nmcml'i't', I'M"! w:hlt-h ton belt her seventy-fifth bi'thday! : .
'i F; up t day : IH.'I7" : with Mme Calll-Cuiel and r s, 1 "

n ., M crossing :streets: kiss them goodbye( and bid them hurry into : City! are for a wide-open town and I' 10i7:"Kntod 'Ililn 2rlli' lily. of :Siptcinbei'; deemed, Russell Avery.HONORED WTyH& I ,, '., '
according to
law the
If tiled close 1,1.00ci'ty' -
M. 'f anybody really to ( it I' I clanger therein
than fire l'lWI"ICJ.\T. will ID .101
} 11' Danger of fire ; danger( of panic-far worse ; up they'd howl so loud you could | J. THOMAS, !' "to the 1 hlMht-Ht bidder, at the court" I
at a tea and tmul" ) lo
1 I flfik of rii-ciilt court nfllrmlford
of accident. Why ? hear 'em in far-off 8iberla.Gov'I'nol' hours ilunr on the first .Monday In
r ; of sickness ; danger (' Klot'Id.i.Nrtlirt fyf'trU
i ''"I1'Y III.month of :Xi.\einher.: 1U7! shah by !Mrs Russell Avery,
w "Because-the National Education Association informs Cone's recent statement 1 10-1-5'-10-29' IH tho tut day of :November: 1H37.!' a leading Los Angeles socialite, the
Rated thin 2itu! day of. "September 1 ,,
J and a quarter million of our children are imperiled may have been a bit blunt | 0'1'1'' 01"' ...111.1111..1'I..,,: 11I:17.: beloved American composer. Carrie! c..T.lYrd
us-over one oVi'lCI
and crude; it might have been', : IM herMiv ,ulven I lint I. A O ( ( .XL SK.XL) Jacobs Bond, recently celebrated
'1 ? daily in buildings long condemned by health officials and 'I.Andreii, fin sheriff of Uradforrt A J THOMAS( hoi seventy-flClh birthday.
t I phrased in a mOle delicate manner. !, <(< aunty, I-Moi'dlu, ,, iiiidHr' alul by vlr- unsafe." I 'file nf that ciTtilnilt, \ nfxccn I ti',"tfu,1 I County. FI""l, '
fire marshals as insanitary or But nevertheless' everybody knows I I' "
& author of "A Petted Day 1 LnVe
; Hnn IMHIHM.! out of niul! under I the nenl I 101'110211I (;
1 It is hard to shock parents into action, but some of the he simply spoke the plain unvarnj j I"r the lrcult ('011I'11111\.1. for tlriul-, I I'K You Truly," "Just a \Vearln For \ '
fished TRUTH and ns is usually the (nrtfunnily\ Florida" In that certain' : or 1>U.IU: F'l"n 'S \I.IINotll'e You" the "grand dame" ot sonI'ecel'ed /{ :.. .I\I'J".S! lpvn
'1 ? facts stated in this article would( almost accomplish this end. j' null therein, liitfIv 'itondinic w'hnt'alnI' ._ .
{ o case, the truth hurts. Cone's position ,'ut'nlan' 1..I.lIlIz.T t'linipitinv, n cor- I l Is hereby given I thnt 1. A. O. the congratulations/ of the (4, i.

l+ The Rotary Club has recently taken an active interest in the is no different than that of nil I tl"I l 11'1' Ion. N plain 11 f f nod) I I.. \-. .h'lorldii tndrru" ., "Sheilff by Milne of liradfonl" County. hundreds of hei fellowmembersin
of that I certain.
;MnortIH flt>ft ,
I n q' promotion of the new building here, and the entire membership other Governors only the otners | Itenrt iluti nf 2nI l dav I, uf Septonilter:; .. 1"1\\ of and execution$nal| of the iHHiied 1"'le I of under the Circuit the. posers. Authors and Publishers I
:' I i k possibly Just I didn't talk about it. \ P I 11'17.[ 1 will 'n din Iht, clay nf coin. .'t of I nrudfold. ',,""Iy Klorldannd (ASCAP). which protects-lhe rights
j n. of the organixation at least as many as can \'o""m": A I I. I'H", hi iw" fn I rho I ,
If Miami duesn t want g amblin' ; hourn .r rh'ern, A M 1. /n taI I" 1 V M.nt I I. '' hi'Mllnif dale of (Ihr 2lth! day of of A hl el'Ic A'e creators of music
board meeting Monday October Seiiteinlx, I "r, ,\. 1>., 1111)7!1 ) on the ceilaln, trials and dim, ,
t do so-will attend the school on she doesn't have to have it ; tht South' Kront I >mu nt ho I Hrii'l-I' I' m d'lrlr'
ju.lKiin-iit of Born in Jnnc8vllle.'Is.
.l anymore esen date t therewith In 18C2:!,
forrl I r1ul1'Hurt' hnuva hi "Stni'k >. will til she ,
was help ,
1 / 4, t to discuss with the board members the possibility of than any other community "l-'lortila., nCter f-.,. ntili, "* nnd Hell ntimhlic ': 'and of Ha of Id t record lirailfoid,In the public, record, of a musical family, which includeda she organized her |01>'\n 1 11ir J Idi County Florida I :i :
In :
has and it is nobody's little red wagon ; ::: : :. outcry': : : to thf httrlicnt: and: bent ': favor" of Trueinun" Fertilizer cousin. John llowairi Payne, who
constructing the new building, for which a WPA project hlilil r fur, i Tint li the I fi lU.w'Inic ili>- Comiiinv company with fund _mn d I b
but her ownand till this bay V-rlbiMl. prnpertV| )>''lnu: nml I hliiK( In l a.. coiiiorallnn' and iiHiilni-t Kd wrote "Home. Sweet Home, Mrs. an old family mend \\" 11'< C3;'|
f[ already been approved by Washington.( T'nfoi: | .(| <'t>nntv. rimlila... to.wll : Itl"bnn I have levied upon nod' will Bond turned early In life to a careerof With earned' i
i loney about it being up to Ihe Governor Mehl nt th. :South; door of the couit-" money: 1)1 i ie con I)
Sa11t' hn"t qua It''I i of N( rtli Svrntqulrter music and the arts
; Any interested parent who wishes to lend his influence is just so much childish )) ,! of Sprtlml;I TwentyHe I;i< '1OU"" lii t the city of starke, liradford" pany, she purchaser! a "uma I

Hollywood when It
veil, Ton n* Six Hun I h.Itfinizo I was tin Sin; :
;: 4 in this cause will be welcomed at the meeting also. BLAH. i I Twenty-two inwt ', I ber f nale 1 1. Ill to!.:17 the during hlirhect' 'the nnd leva best! honrMit E J Smith from whom she was village A few years ago, =' pu

According to all reports the Hnld property t hmnit\ been t.ttol l 1 j| bid oepaini-ccl' and at 25 married Or. chased Giotxnioal
j:1: ----0 -- penIp | ,id IH I lilntr. sold.| tn ,, ''IMr der for cuxh the fop low i deHcrlbed a cottage! on )
UlanU > ) ,
r ii ;''ft (, THE MASOX-D1XON;; LINE I IS STILL THERE the of : f). A.VIUIKI( : 1, County, Klorlilu to-wu an emergency call to a patient In a she now resides.
have number
regulation :>Io nf SXX'"
} of "KIJI: nnd I Su> of
still the old Mason- Sheriff f iirntlfonl, County.Pl :NXV': of MOl 1: small mining town In northern Her courage and KC c linraoi:.
Aviators tell us that they can see I sheriffs constables deputies and : "rl 5 S.II 1: 28I:, Michigan Alone with a son she the face of :
a long lifo ot sirU5( ?1',
If f> HI'VAttr.rl1"Y :-:
} ti j Dixon line from the air, and government officials have pronounced police officers to insure the proper i for Plaintiff.' "XT II ANIMIEL': had born to E. J. Smith Mrs. Bond prompted one of nor fellow-mo-

that this assertion i is entirely possible. "VVe know enforcement of law, and unless the IO--5t-0-l! | !l j 1 Florida.<1"1(1'of, llrudford. County, began to write songs to earn a liv( tiers In ASCAP to say"allanl i

( rules have been changed right recently I0-l-5t-lo-2i! lag She went to Chicago and after the word' for Carrie Jacobs fionil

fs that from the air many old! boundaries are perfectly visible," I' they have a session of thegrand I, I !\'O'l'U'I'Oll: OF T4\V 1"'IIt.110'DEED

1 Xeniitr Itlll >'', lll.H: > lsl
i 'v they say jury every now and then. :NOTH'i" I'(: 'I" IIKKKI1Y: 111\ 1'-:: '. Tint
Any noble citizen! of Miami who I, ''I.. II I'd well, 'holds" nf Tux Celtlf-
,: f r The original line was! for many years the natural boundary is l.-lle: X.i.. 8:1\: :: IxMipit I I the Bill' ilav ofI
alarmed the
> really over situation
AtiiniMr. A. U. IHS'i.' hiiK filed In
v r, ( 4 between hundreds of pieces of property since early residents hit only to swear' out a wal"rant I I lily office nml IIIIH until, aiiillrntIonfor |name I WAKE UP!
t 3 '{ % ,lax deed. l h.
Iq'I' a tti fHHiieil I thereon
t observed it and laid out their lands accordingly. With or point out offenders to the loin hI fprt, If U'Htc, pniliinroK. tho fol.loxvlnir '

t' boys they picked out and i>ny to' .. ." ,'11"1 propeitv, l In I theCounty 'I
r ; f fields and woods being patterned<<1 along the marker for years, of Itindfoid., "Slate or 1
tend to such things. ;,: IdaI tositAll 1.1..1'I I
it i is not unreasonable to assume that a definite line took Then if these duly constituted SIFT" of Sonthcrti-t. Quarter, MR. BUSINESSMAN
I Ilnxt: of I1 I:y. B Ai-re' Sen Ion :.12
1 p ,+ shape. This comes as a surprise to most of us, however, who enl'otcrnunt officers fall to do, I I .. i'nahlp II South Kalikte: 22 r

1' ; thought the line (purely) imaginary, without definite physicalproperties. ,I ;heir duty or ignore such demands, I I or HnM.leiiThp .eiiiitaltiliiK. 5 ArtoH, motif I'

;the grand jury might look Into it nMMeHHinent of the Hnlil Property 'I
? 1 3 under tltn Mntd'rrtifll'ale' I iMHlleilwax ,I
: md find out why. After this orderly
; It is not so important that this old boundary between the In .the name, of I l'nkiiivn j I
and normal procedure has fnleHH Hiild. I t 'lIrh'ute Him II lio "ledeemed I

S'' North and South should disappear from sight than that it 'been lol'.oweil: is plenty soon ".,'Iy """nei"I'lh".1 iinliiiK, therein to [nw.will t ho lie 1"0"-soil I

should disappear from! the mind. It i is hard for this to come enough to start< woiryiu' the Gov- j I I Ito IIntInn| the door hlgh..t on thi 10101
'1 continue to take einor. Let the grand jury of Dade the niontli of' ..'""'.n,I"'r. ":''i. uhlclij ,
about however long certain magazines I
as as 01 any other county Indict an of fi- t I IH I thi. l,r iluv of Nnvnth"1'tnth"1':: 111.17
South I 1'1\1.,1 I tit lx 2S'Hi day entire of the
unfair attitude and indict the
an people _er for failure to [peiform' and Fred 11:17 1 :
111 i for a few weird crimes that might have (and do) occur any- Mill fire him so quick It will surprise OI-'FIflAIj. .1.SRAA. THOMAS.: T.I' ,
: here. you. Clerk; nt Circuit Court of I
,lira'lford, Kloi'Idu.
) I don't krow about "Fred but if County
Perhaps the Mason-Dixon line can still be seen' from the I was governor and folks down IO.l-nt-lii-2'i. .. :' I

air, but most of tH'are old-fashioned enough to spend' the ma- theie kept yappin' at my heels andcanyln' I Stilt'IEItK'lie: I Kla 9 UF.pon'r--AIIKIIHI .11 lilT.! : : Ik / rvf y .

on the way they have with Report of the Clerk of the ClrenllCourt
jority of our time on the ground, so let's forget about it.
; him for the "past week or BO I'd I In and. for nra.lford County.
Florida on noooiint of taxi naxean-
v -- t- turn on 'em and close their cock- prt for the year 19341.!>:\
ENCOURAGEMENT: FOR MEN OVER FORTY eyed town so blamed tight they A. KNTnFIT.. r

e Quite a bit of wind must have been taken from the /sails: couldn't get it open with a dark ''c.?__lr Tax.,|....Collector I'I: '
lantern and. a jimmy and I'd keepit *J.n3 02'
; of ( '.... Nn\1l: 1
youngsters and placed into those of the older generation
closed like that right on thru To ll.l 1.1 ni'f* due 2.7112.82 ,

l' by the announcement that men over forty years of age are the tourist season. But I wouldn t I .... Rol1rul I'linA' llTHv Forfrllur ,017 II' j I & $ml.V /&

i preferred to their younger rivals for executive and selling stop with just closin' a few night I. amount t'-'IleetPd :Vnv" i *
clubs and I'd close To Hn I In, ,lift it lit.,* __ t,1I17.51!l %
jobs by the New York Sales Executives Club. game rooms: C'ouiitr hand and l llrlilueTo qj fI
everything that the law would.l let I RH I In!are d"' ..'!:',! 01 I
These of the nation's busi- By nmount, i .llei-led' yn-'i? I
men represent some largest( me close and make 'em like it! ,
To 11"11"l '' dp ::,51,01!' rtllr'fr
nesses. Their report was made at a meeting to which they invited A good dose of sure 'nuff no f.nunlr 'chum' (.enlruI j i'r ,
F i .oolln' law To ra' lance dm' .I'M: nRH I
'i members of the American Legion who are campaigning enforcement would //I'y' .\ "">unt .il1ecled 41
open a lot of eyes and I don't mean Ilalunce dm 2.402.61

: on behalf of more work for men over forty. mn>'be-so, for we got a mean of I I..n. Ilalunce.. dm.Hv ouiilr:;:., .'..11. 1 H no I

The reasons for preference of older men in order of importance 'em on our books that a lot of folks Amount lollecterlTo !toe
1 ij.ii.im-e iiin ir:: ,,,nollrunliir ,
forgotten If they ever knew .
3 were : .1..1 "u1-\rhnnl
bout 'em. And boy what a To nnliince.. dun, ::1.\5151:\ |

1. They are likely to turn out more production. .traight-Jllcket they'd prove to be Itv nmount llnlnnee. ci.In.,l"|.'ctedTo 2.5111.r1.Ol! n I

2. They are more likely to be conscientious about those or any community that got tied I fiitnl ....'.."' ..choi lliinileilTo
Hulnnce due 895002coy : .
e phases of work hard to check up. up in 'em. amount i-ollmted 1 x1,1611':
I } Of course li 1 1M just a tempest in I To Ralanrn,1nn. 2,869544t5rlrullornl !
3. They are more likely to be open-minded{ toward criliy little I
quarrel between
To' Balance due I 10955!
y cism. the boys about who is gonnii ride 1 I I riv II iil'i MI lit collected NfiVRTo : :
llalnnee. .iln. 169.531 I
I' 4. They are more likely to undertake unpleasant assignments the gravy train! and who gets left I \\lilim. ,, Pennlim I I II'r" LET RIP VAN WINKLE HOLD THE RECORD

at the st'ition. There Ii be gamblln' I'.alalu-e' d u. 16'inn
", i more willingly amount collected) N":VR I
i In Miami this winter just Illllanee. ii'o,. I III. !),50Rnnd
5. They are more likely to bring in new ideas of value. like there Is In Palm Beach Tampa Hitnfl nrfnnil. i FOR LONG
I The minority of sales executives who preferred young and a lot of other places simply By nmount collecleil. 29)7061 I '
To llnlaiice due 2,007.061ltoad J
because the bulk of the folkslivln' -
men gave a* their first five reasons in importance : enthusiasm Ilrldc.. lntl>rr.tJt
k there don't care and since ..liiblnic FundTo I

and cheerfulness, more prompt adaptability, more care iney don't why should a few over- Italnnce. due. B.IiOS. :35.
Hv nmnnnr ..11..le.t,0,1'. : : : RESERVE SPACE NOWIN
l ", in personal appearance, promptness in getting into a new typeof lvclkeJ and peave-lovln cops and j To llalnnee duo B.fios,;a|5NOIMH

sheriffs get all stewed j
assignment, and initiative. up I I : 01- \1'1'11'10'
r U: ? Convince your local authorlies !- I Kin I'\ niiiilOentite : :
It would be beneficial to both groups if they would study' you want n closed town and | I Mill %". Into: OUR

11I t carefully the points in favor of the other side. Of course, + I the (11 close -Goveinor or not i U NIITICI-II.: I'owell I IIKIlKriY holder: of MIV Tax' KV.:Cetrlflcat : ThAI- ,

No. :I2<, IwHiied I the Si h day of
there probably never was a perfect employee, but certiiinlyIMI _: I i AUIrIl '. A, |Ii l 111211.! IllIM. filed. Hllllie. In

i Q1% ; harm can result from trying to bo one. i 1 Ill NOT ;'tI.tn:;: i iI I for my a office tax deed and' but tn. .be made IPHIIPI. implication! thereon.Said I SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY EDITIONTHE

certificate tnhrnceN the following
> -
I, i. --- (I.j If you suffer the agonies of acid. I dencrlbed property" In th,,, ('uun.Iv -

Mussolini[ and<< Hitler have both come out in favor of I I Ind.gestlon.; you had better start (of: llrnilfoid" Ktuie' of 1'Murliln. ., fowl BIGGEST, FUNNIEST, M OST INTERESTING PAPER

Ci r world peace. Unfortunately we have not heard from the taking Bisma-Uex at once. This I Four ncren In "$'\' ('''1' of N1:lt.
of SRt Com nt SW Cor It I tun.
I I4-actlon antacid 1 powder starts re- N ijl: : I-S thence S Kii: EVER ISSUED BY
?r' special atrtntve had stationed in back of them to yards terly -
see they i| lit' in 3 minutes You can get a I 218 ynnU. thence S' Aa 1-3
we talking without I yaril4 tn S lino of nald 40. thencnV
their fingers
crossed. bottle
i of 50 doses for
SOc at the .
to heir. S :3 I KI-
j,I 1 exalt: Drug Store.-Carpenter's. I of NK' or\l''I;: :' ,ir:: R2Townnhili '
'1i R South IS..nir.. 22 I
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