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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 8, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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ICE TRACT SLOT MACHINESALL THE BE BIG INTRODUCEDAT APPLEWILL ( HEAVY RAINS HAVE SERIOUS AND COMMODITIESPOTATOES AND PRUNES:;:! WILL CITY GIVES ,. J',



MBEK'LAND GONE, BIRTHDAYThe TELEGRAPH'S COMICAL SIDE ROADS DAMAGED BE QUALIFIEDThe GIVEN THOSE $500 FOR \ \


Big Apple, the dance craze t I local commodity supervisor

SHERIFFSAYS I now sweeping the country, will I Relief Workers Start Repairing Sink Hole Overflows of Bradford County said this week PLAYGROUND
OUGHT probably be Introduced for the first' that all certified relief clients are

time in Bradford" County at the' 'Vasil ed-out Negro Boys Work urged to call Saturday morning at ?
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street dance to be given by the Bridges "Guide Racket"One the local warehouse for Irish potatoes -

/;, Alexander Plans Moat of Them In This Telegraph on its Sixtieth Anniversary !! The distribution will be made Park To Be Constructed,

A movement has been start during the day, It was slated
Reforestation On County Owned By Out ed in South Florida to have the I II Relief workmen 102 strong, story about the rains last It was also 'announced that 2,520 Oil Property Near

Large Scale side Interests I dance In that section renamed "The'r went about repairing bridges and week which could not be verifiedbut pounds of prunes have been received School HouseWORK '
is none-the-less Interesting
I Big Orange," but so far there has I roads in Bradford County, greatly here. They will be distributed
concerned Kenny Kite. It is said
been no concerted effort in Brad damaged by recent rains. to certified relief clients In Bradford
HACK TAXES OPERATORS GIVEN 15 o' that while attempting to crown abridge MAY GET; UNDERWAY
to the
r) //Ion ford County to have it culled "The' Fred } Stump secretary Baker and. Union Counties.Certified "
RK: rAil TO COUNTY DAYS FOR DISPOSA L Big Strawberry' here.Arrangements I Bradford County Planning Coun- near Sampson Lake, the clients may cull at the local FIRST OF W E .E K J

-- cil, said this week thai after a conference structure, already almost washedout warehouse in Starke for their

The ,II gest sale of tax certifies Sheriff A. O. Andreu said yesterday have been com- with O PV Cannon; and gave way and dumped. Kenny propoitlon of the commodities it The City Council, at Its meeting ,

here In recent years has Just "there is not a slot machine pleted for the appearance of theStrawb..rry other Works Proai.a official! and, his automobile into the water wits said.LICENSYPAYERS. Tuesday night, agreed to sponsor a 1 "

n cjmplc-ted[ with the purchase left In Bradford County." They be- String Bund at theTelegraph's from Jacksonville, that they were A I large number of bridges supervised playground for Starko w;

B Alexander Starke and came illegal in Florida at midnight party, and old-time given the authority to begin workon throughout the county are In bad and promised! $500 to go toward

Lido merchant, of approximately September 30. fiddlers throughout this section are all emergency road and bridgework condition and are now being re the purchase of necessary equip

000 acres of timber land form- The sheriff said that practicallyall being conflicted for the fiddling and at the same time conI paired. ment. Construction will be on city-

Jriy belonging to the East Coast of the machines in Bradford I contest. I tinue other necessary work. Other evidence of the extraordinarily owned property, a block in I length, ,

umber Company, now defunct. County were owned by outside The date for the street dance Officials", were unable to deter- heavy rainfall Is the fact In General directly across P.oaJ 13 from the f'

Hr. Ale\ander: paid the county amusement companies I who will be either October 30 or November of thut the Sink Hole, near Brooker, Bradford County High School ,
mine the extent damages caused -
12,0110 representing back taxes one promptly collected them up and removed -. 6( and will probably be an- was filled to overflowing. Usuallyit building .
that have
by recent downpours,
tract them as soon as they t-.- i nounced definitely. next week. I'caused considerable damages to Is a distance of some thirty or FIND FEES UP Labor will be furnished by the

of came illegal. A period of fifteen .-- forty feet from the edge down to National Youth Administration '
JTbe tract containing some crops as well, but believed that
days allowed to dispose I -I I the water. and WPA officials were here Wednesday
was owners -
timber In thisctlon.
\\.t most attractive PRICE PROBE I numerous small ,,bridges In the
of the machines. The 'road and bridge leaving to complete routine matters
lies southeast of Starke county would have to be replaced. NEW LAW "HAS TEETH",
Mr. of slot Road 28 to go to J. H. Courtmanch'a FORCING TAX COLLECTORS in connection with the project. It
long State Road No. 28. Operation a machine now This will very likely, they believed -

llcxandcr stated that the purchase Is punishable by a fine ranging I **Asked By Green run into much expense, with the place was completely TO LEVY was considered possible that work A'
washed out and the local jewelerhad might begin on the site early next
j> male, with reforestation purees from $250 to $5,000 or imprison WPA doing the majority of labor,
> In mind. He considers I1mr ment ranging from three monthsto as authorized by WPA officials. to make a long detour in order Business and professional men, week.
to reach his house. The layout will\ include two cement
land u good investment withe five years, with the higher penalties FOR COTTON Rudolph Andrews, supervisor of stores "jooks" and many other con-
I, Several 'motorists tennis courts, shuffle-boani
to '
trying
located In this o
establishment of several paper provided for third and sub- Bradford Is in cerns county are
I _' County w rk. reach Staike from the east by way that must courts swings, slides parallel
LllH in this section of Florida. sequent violations of the law. charge of the crew which' had pre- discovering they pay a
of Green Cove bars and other
turned usual
Springs were playgroundequipment
Some 12,500 machines operatedIn REQUESTS DEPARTMENT road work larger occupational tax this year
Nm ty-two tax certificates were viously ben engaged. back because of washedoutbridges The total cost of the +
than
voiced) in this transaction, mak- the State during the past two I INVESTIGATE SPECULATORS under a WPA project. I on Road 48. previously. project Is estimated at around

tg Mr Alexander one of the yean under licenses authorized by I COMBINEMost -. Several woodsmen stated this In addition, many lines of businesses $900.
an act of the 1935 Legislature.There which have not been called
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Ergi" Individual of land Ine
wek that had The of this
RED CROSS WORKDISCUSSED" they never seen so completion projectwill
county, Some of the certifl- were estimates that the play i I growers here were this I I, much water on the ground. upon to pay such a tax In the answer", a long-felt need

Ltea dated. as far back as 1926 totalled as much as $100000,000 a N,I i week reported to be selling their Small colored boys of Reno ariftin past, must pay It now. for a supervised playground here. ;'
year. Members of the 1937 Legislature -: cotton at the prevailing price oftwentyfour :
-. revived their racket of "guiding" The act was passed at the last Its location near the school hounu
gave this figure as they con- and twenty-five cents' MORE DISASTER VICTIMS 1 session of the state
legislature
Retires motorists through I the flooded up- is considered Ideal by officials OH,
Sparkman sidered bills to outlaw the ma- rather than to hold it In'' AIDED LAST YEAR
Ia I pound street in front of Sapp's store on on the urgent plea of state officials It will place the equipment where "
I Robert XI Spaikman wei-Known chines.! of later Increase. THAN EVER
hope a Fifty I that more revenue was needed
I Road 48. If a driver halts andseems It may be conveniently used by

\\rmcr resident and property own- The license fee was $120 a year bales have been turned out at the'I I Mrs. N D Wainwright, chairman at all timid they swarm his The drop In revenue caused by the children from all parts of the coun-

ruf Starke. retired last week afIrr for each machine. The State received (I cooperative gin here. of the Bradford County Red automobile and tell him terrible abolishment of slot machines was ty.

fifty-two years of service as an half of this, and half wentto In the meanwhile, CongressmanR. I I. Cross Chapter, who recently an- tales about the "deep holes" that I jelled as one reason for the need of --.. -

Igineer with the Seaboard Air counties and cities. The State A. Green now in Washington, lie ahead waiting to stall him greater occupational tax revenue.In .
nounced that T. Frank Landrum
Lne Railway Co. He entered the collected 1053000. I I has asked the commission to determine would again head the annual Roll -,-- ..- I' the opinion of C. A. Knight, NEW MINISTERAT

lei-vice In August 1S83 as a fire- --. whether such a combine county tax collector here, the new
BAPTISTCOMES
Call here, this week discussed the
ban, and was promoted to an en- 'exists and to act against it if it ROTARIANSAsk I I scale of licenses is expected to
Scouts MeetFour ; work of the organization
Boy I year.
'
Jmeer on February 18, 1893. Dur- found It did"Instead lalse twice us much money as has
The largest numbt'r'ot, disaster i( TO STARKE FROM
pg his long service there was no Scouts passed their tender I of thirty cents, the previously been collected from this TKA-PLEASED .

jijury to a single passenger riding foot test at the meeting held In the price Is now from twenty-four to I' victims in peacetime hwtory were ForSCHOOLHOUSF I source WITH CHARGE''

his train. Mr. Sparkman's Legion Hall last Friday.night, and twenty-five cents" Green said. cared for by the Red Cross last
\j.there are teeth In the new
any friends here will want to it is expected that several more I I "Last year if was' twenty-eight to i I year, she said. During: the Ohio- law, county officials here discover Members of the Baptist ChurcH

irgratulate him on his fine rec- will be ready for the test tonight.The thirty cents and early this season Mississippi Valley flood the organization !- here are welcoming their new pastor -

rd., and hope that he and Mrs. meeting last week was openedby thirty to thirty-two cents. I gave assistance to 322,300 the Rev. Leslie A. Shepherd,

parkman wit return to Starke to the Scout Ooath given by Tracy ,, "There Is a scarcity of the staple families able The licenses are due and pay- who with Mrs. Shepherd moved!

Ive now\ that he has retired from Baker followed by the Flag Salute and a demand for it. Some mills I To carry out this great relief PROJECT; DISCUSSED::; AT1'IlUA October 1. to Starke last FMduy

ktive service. given by Tim Toruella. A thirty have said they were willing to pay : task, Mrs. Wainwright pointed out, :\ : Y MEETING In case the license la not paid Mr. Shepherd. had lived in Pilat-

could not do be- American people generously contributed within ninety days after October 1,
so ,
-- ------ minute game period was enjoyed higher but OF HOARD ka for the past several months,
other would not do more than $25,000,000 to tho statute makes it mandatory. for
| George Eastman introduced the and the meeting was closed! by the cause. buyW's I i -- I where he occasionally served. an "
he administered the Red Cross the collector to turn the names of
i:st portable camera' In America in Scout Benediction given by Jimmy so. I by A committee from the Rotary supply pastor, and was also tem-
Green said he also had asked the The local chairman said, however all delinquents over to the sheriff
lS. remained
Patrol leaders
The device took a circular Sewell. Club appeared before the school ( porarily engaged In merchunlising'activities !
.cture be Secretary of Agriculture, the Re- that while the Red Cross has I who Is to serve warrants and levy ,
to
and weighed twenty-two after the meeting given as board at Its meeting: here Mondayand
construction Finance Corporation, '! been called upon to assist victimsof "upon and sell real or personal. /
unces
signments. urged the Immediate construction He Is a native
and the Commodity Credit Corpor- twenty-four floods during the property> for the amount theieof." Floridian wasgraduated ,
of nn elementary school building from Miami Senior
ation to authorize twenty-five cent year, a variety of other disasters The sale Is to be made within sixty "
lONG LIST- in Starke. High School 1, studied, at Stetson
OF DEEDS, CONTRACTS, loans "until the! price rises." I I called for relief work. These Included The possibility! of having two I days after he receives the warrants University and the University of ..

I I cloudbursts, dust storms .
SIR UMENTS FILED IN MONTHThe !Seek' to Safeguard (irowrrn I earl hquakes epidemics, explosions, major projects--the school build. Failure of the collector or the Tampa, and served the Crescent
ing and the farmers' market -under City Baptist Church for sixteen
WASHINGTON Conferences fires, forest fires hailstorms, a sheriff to perform their recpectlvt -
here at the time months, He comes to Starke keen. :
with officials in the Department of landslide, mine explosions, mine way same was duties In the matter Is groundsfor
to
Telegraph will and wife Nenly.
,
publish Carter
pe"Kiically L. C. ly Interested In the state-wide
discussed and It was decided that t
hereafter list of legal Mortgage deed.R. Agriculture and with members of fires, tornadoes, truck accidents I removal from office by the governor -
a Owen Carter.: Baptist work having la
would not Interfere preached n
one necessarily
'I the House Committee on Agriculture I typhoons. and general windstorms.The the statute says
"inimtnts -deeds leases conarts and wife Jettye, to'
E. Hazen with the other. I _ __ score of pulpits of his", denomination -
flue cured tobacco --
etc -which are placed upon Olive J. Matheny. Mortgage deed. respecting year-round maintenance of in Florida.
e county records In the clerk'sIflce Leonard Thornton Johns to W.I I and long staple Sea Island cot Red Cross Disaster Service, Mrs. T. B Trlest came before the I STREET FIGHT
: ton with call at the board relative to the punishment of Concerning his new duties In
in the courthouse. These fol- Mansell. Mortgage deed. together a Wainwright pointed out. Is made I'
N. his Thomas In the FRIDAY Starke, Mr.\( Shepherd said: "I 1
son Hampton arm
of the Trea-
Procurement Division Red .
'wmg were recorded during themth G. to Farmers and possible by the annual Cross ;
N. Hayes I ,
Junior High School. He requestedpermission happy that the people of the Baptist
of September. Bank at Lake Butler. sury Department and conferenceswith Roll Call, to be held this November
Dealers executive officers of the RUral : for his boy to attend HEGE (IN HOSPITAL AFTER Church consider me able to ,
}! 11 to 25 when citizens will be ask .
Levy A Canova and wife, Mona Chattel mortgage. |' Electrification Administration, ed to their the Bradford, County High SchoolIn FIRING PISTOL AT minister to them, and I hope that '(
renew memberships or
fly Cinova.deed. to A. H. Johns, War- James Houston to Geo. Allison\ & have provided a busy calendar for i I to join this great movement for the Starke.. The request was denied ,I VASCO FORSYTH all residents of the community will '

Co. Chattel mortgage. by the board, and the use my services whenever I am
Lex Green this week- | superintenJent -
In distress.
Congressman relief of t hose John Hege, proprietor of a filling
Olive J Matheny and husband, W. T. Crawford tQ Geo. Allison & was Instructed to confer with needed" ;

P. Mutheny, to R. E. Hazen and Co Chattel mortgage.A. end in Washington. i, -- '. the principal of the Hampton I station and grocery store just -5- -- .+-- 4. ,
Green considers tobacco and cot-I i north of town on Road 13, la In a ,
fe
Jettye. Warranty deed. J. Starling to Geo. Allison A NEW OFFICERS itho',1 l and try to arrange a sched'le -
ton as two of the most important Jacksonville hospital recoveringrom WILL MEASURE
lira. Ozena Goodwin McCallister Co. Chattel mortgage.N. sn that the boy will not he ;
!TO husband K. McCallister to E. D, Wainwright, Jr. to Farm- commodities grown in the Second SWORN IN aught by the teacher with whom Injuries sustained In a fighton FARM CROPS
District and Is making Call Street last Friday morning
Congressional /
Stewart Warranty deed. ers & Merchants Bank. Chattel I le bid trouble. I II .'
to have Inserted LEVY CANOVA APPOINTED with Vasco Forsyth, local
a fight provisions carpenter -
SAM
Mary ALVAREZ GIVEN JOB Of
E. Warren, widow, and T. mortgage. farm bill TO FILL COUNCIL The board agreed to pay W. S. and. prizefighter.
in the next now
Waren single heirs to D. B. W. P. Kemp to Geo. Allison & I I Edmondson $14 for transportationof ) CHECKING ON WORK
Witnesses
committee VACANCY that fired
'rren. being drafted by a House I say Hege SHEET SIGNERS
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deceased, to W. H. Smith. Co. Chattel mortgage.E.
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to safeguard the interest of pupils from Graham to Starke. I II twice at Forsyth after which the
"irranty deed. Tlsdale to Geo. Allison\ A Co. I Newly elected city officials were I E Lewis was to be paid for one
M" the Florida producers of these'crops. latter wrested the pistol away and Report of performance' under the t
Bonnie Mott and husband, Chattel mortgage. I into office at the Tuesday mile extension of his
R. For one thing, through sworn route, the Inren.ie struck Hege several times in the 1937 Agricultural Conservation
Mott to Frankie M. Hazen. C. D. Dunson to Geo. Allison A of the city council. 3
night meeting to be $4 month
'arranty acreage control, he feels that prices per face. It was believed that Hege Program was begun this week by

H, P deed. Co. Chattel mortgage. I I can be maintained so that all Inter- Mayor T Frank Landrum an- The salaries of the followingteach..r nose and jawbone were broken by the county agent. This Is simply
Gainey and wife, Nannie Oscar Strong to Ceo Allison A nounced the appointment of L. A.
with fixed follows the blows. the measuring and of the
ested can secure a living wage : !! were as : checking
.
"n'y nty to Mrs. Bannle Mott. War- Co. Chattel mortgage. I a fair profit and to this end he has Canova as alderman to fill the.va- Mrs, E. B. Wells at $7000 per An argument between the two l b farms owned by producers who .r.

F C deed J. W. Andrews, Jr". to Invest contacted personally as! many of I cancy of Paul Canova, resigned. month; Mrs. L. O. Sheffield at said to have started several months signed 1931 Work Sheets' The expensed -

Fr. to Geiger and wife Nola Gel- ment Securities Corp Chattel I the committeemen as he found) Benny Sapp was reappointed 185 OO per month: Miss Willie Mae ago at Hege'a place after' which he I of this measuring will bededucted

Leonard Thornton Johns. mortgage.J. marshal Dr. W. B. Parks drew a and ordered from- the
r here. To others he has addressed night Hamilton at $100.00 per month. gun Forsyth amount each

Leonard ninty deed. W. Andrews, Jr to Chattel Invest- a letter in which he has made recommendations will be city physician and M. F. The attorney for John Hampton out. H. later had Porsyth placed grower la to receive; so each grower -

Thornton Johna to F. C.rw ment Securities Corp. and also requested Brown will be retained as city attorney :lied bill for $16250, amount claimed under a peace bond. who U a participant In this pro-

and wife No1&Warranty mortgage. permission to appear before the Austin Winkler was reap- for hauling of wood and well Officers stated that Forsyth gram Is urged to help the super-

FWluu J. W. Andrews. Jr., to Invest- committee later, before the proposed pointed fire chief, and P. SI. Bare- equipment. It WitS denied as the might have been killed If Hege'a visor to measure the land as eco-

**. to n L. Peek and wife Clara L. ment Securities Corp. Chattel legislation I ia submitted to I loot was appointed. to the city I :uoard has not had any dealing: thirty-two pistol had not been load- nomically aa possible.

ileej Mrs Lois Adkina. Warply mortgage.Roy Allison A ,I, the House. hoard of bond trustees to succeedJ. with John Hampton for services ed with undersized bullets One The Washington Office Im requtr- r

I Sydney Houston to Geo. I In the matter of long staple Sea a{ F. Colley. 'of any kind within the past two shot hit Forsyth near the heart. Ing a very accurate measure of the
1f. Dodd and wife, Lillian Co. Chattel mortgage. I j officers who were' .
> Re-elected and has not purchased ---- -. farms
Island cotton he suggests no re | yearn; any this year and for that reason -
CV Dodd to Frederick Sydney W. H, Smith and wife Eoline I Into office were: T. F Lan- wood well from him
'1. strict Ion on the amount of acreage: sworn or equipment Kellum's Long ServiceBorn we have employed an engineerto
Rosin
\Ii. W Warranty deed.. Weaver, to Turpentine and while as to flue cured tobacco he :. drum mayor; Carl Johns clerk; or contracted for his services in do this actual measuring Sam

Ward and wife Anne Factors Inc. Indenture. be I A L. Alvarez marshal; W, L. Wall way. I farm Alvarez In
any on
'ant. t t.. Insists that bona fide farmers a near Lake Butler acting as Supervisor.
G. B. Col8<>ll. Warranty W. R. Strickland and wife Rose, W. M Edwards: aldermen bus drivers whose !
eel l. Columbia allowed to produce a limited acre-1" and All route In what used to, be part of I Work sheet signers are asked to )
Commissioner, -
lvdmi to Land Bank 'A--- were changed by weather conu-I Bradford C'ounty, John O. Kellum give Mr. Alvarez their wholehearted -
T mort- age
,,pnie' t.. Holtzendorf! and wife S C. Amortization Green said he expected favorable Expelled tions are to be paid ex'.i for additions now business manager of the Florida "- cooperation si> we may complete
pate Deputy I
Ivi* >. Oassett and wife, gage. to R. T. action in the near future on rural I : to their routes Drivers affected ,, State College for Women In this Information as rapidly and i

J. H. Warranty deed Aura and C. A. Crosby electrification programs in the 1I-1| Sheriff A O. Andreu yesterday by this change are as follows Tallahassee/ Is beginning his thir II cheaply as pnngible.
Saxon I
f "' and wife Ellen Sax- McDavl'l Mortgage deedMina D. wannee River Valley, Including Suwannei said he hal discontinued the services : C. S. Kelley addition 1600; I, ty-first year of service In that ca- No checks will be received before -

h Standard Oil Company of Mantissa to Jeanette i Lafayette and Madison of D R Reddish, of the Law- Eaton Brown; Nelson Green. |i I pacity. On this occasion he was December 1.

H A Moitgagedeed. Klncal'l Mortgage deed. and Counties; also in the Keystone )I tey district as deputy Sheriff An- H. A. Prescott was granted an made the subject of,an Interesting --S----
Lawson to Johns & Wain. Eugene LiJdon Matthews statement said: "To Increase in salary of $'ii OO )I Interview in the
gh"' State, Heights section, embracing Clay, IAlachui I dreu, in a per Tallahassee Democrat I A six-inch pine log, cut by Freeman -
Chattel mortgage. wife Hazel M.. to The Phlfer Bradford and Putnam' whom it may concern: I have discontinued ",- 1, month for an addition to his route. In which he discussed the col Wilson of Denvey Colo, contained

e"t f -agkina to Geo. Allison & Bank. Mortgage. Lla Counties, Two other. counties being I : the services of D. R. N. D. Green was granted an Increase lege's record fall enrollment of 1.- two pinecones, grown Into.

J n.' Itel mortgage. Guy J. Hirrell: and wife,Bank considered: in this program area Reddish! of the Lawtey district as in salary of J1SOO per 763 students and Its acute housing I the center of the trunk.

ChV tins to Geo. Allison Si Co, Mae to The State Exchange: Levy and Baker. i CeUIy'sherltf: : effective Wednesday mnth for an addition to his route. situation. He estimated lhat the ..-

otto n-ortgage. Indenture. 0. He will not bt -.- student I A
'.' I October body would have reached a Good pipes cannot be mad frr ni
J C.tgbw ton and.. Wife. Maggie, to Thomas: F. anJ Laura Belle Ashes of burnt paper money can connected in the future with my Tins world today contains a total total of 2,500'or: more had there i briar knots or burls until tac"

Yfl urkagF dyed end 1 wife Louis: B. Brown Mortgage.to Florence M. Moore be l IcIectifieJ and redeemed. I .Kite In anyway." of 201,000,000 Protestants. been proper accommodations I have been! seasoned for forty years. .6




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Every cut or scratch that draws
t 1 R M MI' :MUM. Peru Gainey. ('orrrwlwndellt blocd:: Is dangerous unless you :, "i'b.rk 'rho.' ,, ;

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guard against. infection at once. 9"24.G"IU.92
Tiitrlrln June c.'ru"by st

The home of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. MI 31 Solution put right on a. cut "11'1..1-) ) m'. 1//.,rIh, ,. _.
or scratch will kill and tl I
germs Is a Ion'I, \ loll'
H-vJileneJ the
Crosby was "much by / "I I .
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: sudden death of their baby daughter valuable first-aid treatment, Soak/ ;\;() ':'I''I'I:: 1, ,

I a bandage with Ml 31 and put it I. 1 1VI"I&; ,, l", _
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Patricia Jane. The baby was right! over the wound. Buy MI 31 I : I ;I'"I\: 1 I, .
six months old. at the time of her I S
Solution for 49c at the Rexall In my" "rrl.. ., ", ',,
: deuth. Although her life was short I lull fur II 0a\" "
I Store --- Carpenter's The ... i
Hexall .
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I she leaves a vacant plaice In the 11''iii
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i Store --in Starke. --Adv. the fl'tlon'hog. 01, ..
home for months to come. /tlw I'niinty
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r Funeral services were held at' NEW" Kant" H..lf .ii.r .-.
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; I, Dedan Church Sunday. afternoon RIVER I 1"1' end 1 Wi.vi i ,

') 1 20 WEST ADAMSFESTIVAL .il with the Revs. G. E. McCauley and 'I'I Dorothy tiupp| | l'o.rrf'Npoilllt'n& lion Half H.of Town South. |i .,

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C. A. Crosby officiating. Interment i-bl", tr
M. V, Wlgigns more or l 1-* .
I 'I was a business ** rl
In Dedan Pnll-
was Cemetery. Tht* .
iinHfHini' ht t
visitor to Starke
bearera were C. D. and James Saturday, city coder' tin -..,s, i '"
OF Miss Carrie Alvarez ell wan In Ilse I "nut' .
rt I Johnson Albert Lee Crosby Clyde and Arsula ":

Kelly and Howard Mott. Crosby spent the week-end with er.L'nU'HD. "Bald tell, i .

Betty and Doris ) I IdNemyd nconrdlnarty ;,'
II I Those of the ', mlmedl.ite family Crosby 1 flpKirllii.rl. II. .:.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Richard tO I Ills highest ,
I I"
left to mourn her death her were "I
are
( house
door on Its|,. '
visiting here .
I parents. Mr. and Mrs\ L. B. Crosby, Tuesday' night. the month of 1010, \ ..

and four other children: Billy An- Dorothy Sapp spent the weekend U. the I I..t.. dlln"t.,1 ..< ;.
I Ills :2000!< ,It, I
I nis KuJene and Wright Crosby.iljny .. In Starke with Mrs. Isola Shu- 1937.
FURNITURE'VALUES.
il i4 Vt 1' I \ relatives and friends extend ler, (OFFICIAL I SH\' |
,,
I A. .1. TMI'lpik .
I their heartfelt sympathy to Mr and Mrs. R. R. Andrews ...r.l'r".Ir"r.1.

I the bereaved family. were visiting in Starke Saturday. 9-2 .Gt-IO-22 I' :! .

The sunshine of our home Dorothy Sapp was
visiting in

t I A little bud of love, I St. Augustine fiitndiiir MIri n or: tfi'i" i,
l flf 1 I Gone to be an Angel .- roil 'I'\\. btU, ; ,111,11

yvith''Jesus in "W"If'i': or U.U. 'n"- ; t >*fllilfe Hill 1 \ 'Otto:
rim yak Heaven Above. \ NoTici" : is ,in I : .
n ( KIMI I't\ I, >KIIIOrniitf : : W. II I'Mwnnli: ,
-
(
11111 \". lll.'ll "VrlirlcillB ;No i," .
Brooker I'. T. A. IL I I NOTll'K!: IS: II I':It I.ny: n JlVI'"III.t:: day of AliirilnlNIIIIIP I., ,
_. -- il. Pmvfll, hol-lt-r of Tax ('...Irlrl"ul. In mv .iff. .
} ...... -- In response!' to invitations sent .* "Vo.' :II2H, iMxiifil. the 51 h lay+ of I ,pltcnt Ion fur; a 1 i ithereon. <
w August, A. .
I' 1523 I : has
to the fll"t unnio In Sold! .
I parents and those interested iny offli. s und' has mud 1I1..II'nllon. I the. ,
following d t I. '
SEE THIS WINDOW SPECIAL! in the P. T, A. about fifty attended fur, a tux deed to Im iNHiii'd I tliiTi-on.I the. < 'olinty i.f I
i j'EALL F EST I V A L the"shower" I jsald! certificate i."'b'.u., '.... I lh.> follnw- l.'lorld.i. to-v'|iI.nIn

I.I __ 3PC. MODERN I Bruoker P.or A. Monday given by after-the I i :ty wit lug tit:dexel'Ihrd liindr.ird:::; :: property, Win In' 'r''In Florida the,I'-iun-' to- 1.iwn 1.I Sect 2, loii 17." '


..I rl --" :Brings' Bargain in KROEHLER Furitlture. I noon. I of Four: 41 P'acres. l I'onl.. In nt H\V (',,r of NK'l' South.iflll..r..lUinice.:., m.u. .., .t

i ; u Bedroom SuiteShop The room of the school auditorium N< Ml -: ynnlM, 41'air I lhi nce. .H&Haul.crly ::Idol\ The lIHNeHlllelil,,,

t 9 hud been made attractive 218 yard, I In-nee s 63 1-3 ly under the suD'/
I vnrrli tn H lln,> wan In the iiatnart. _
c.f soils 40, thence .
with flowers and the I .
guests assembled W
K> lion. AlMO' H
1 3 nrrc i.f 10'i
;r' t J Sterchl's windows often for there.A i.f NK'i, of SRI.f. : .Section, :; :;I2 l I'nloHH Hald reel', "'

t ToullHhlp. H 4nut h. I Ito ti deemed. accordiiiK' '
j many many unusual value offer of rigs
program dramatizationsand .
KRMI.:
? containing 7 ACH'H, erty" ileKirllied ,Ilioi,
I 'f4 ,. Ings-See this 3-Pc. Modern walnut mu"lc." preceded the business / or leHH. more 0 the highest 1.1,1.1, 'H

finish ThP nHHPMKIllprit" flf til* Kllil! h""M" door *n ih
,i v suite. Vanity-Bed, Chest for session of the organization and after erly under, Ills ....1.1| | ,certlflcatiIMNUIM' prop. the month r.f ;Not. .,

; only the children were di8ml e J the wax In the nnnitf of !I'". \\'. Sherman. IH the 1x1. ".IV ..f :s 3 h-
(I'll''''.'' Hnlil. cert tlftrnte' slurp .lie re I. lied. Ihlii 20th' / d 1'
,1 I
guests listened to message'CiromMrs.
1 e deemed nccordliitf to law the prop 19:17.: \ ;
Beatrice Parvln State Presl- erty t deMcrlhed. therein will he void FFIfIL HI'!,M.j
dent' In the hlKhe. hl.II"r nt the court A .1. TllfiMAM! ,.
of ,
the P. T. A. One of these: hoiieH' door Clerk
on the I f lr t. Monilav In of I'll. ,i
$6250- was read by Mrs. Knowles. the :llii* h"ol': Ith'I"r":-; *>niber, 1H37 I which lira ford, "i' K idt
oth,1 lH November, 1117. | 1-Sl-St-19-2t"
er by Mrs. J3alrd.
Mr. __
hubs Ihln :2'ith day of .
gave an interesting talk on P. T. A. 1017 1 H..I..tn'.j Min: ( i-: Hf tpi'iiitii' \

'i 'land fOFFICr.\r, SRAL" ) I'lllt'I't1)1.1.10 1 >
+f especially: stressed the

L :' i1v I .als DIVIDED PAYMENTS ARRANGED I works accomplished by the Brooker good I I'P. i.l.'i..1.k TIIONfAS:nf 4'lriMilt",1 f1oiirt of I I10.1.r.I. ;NOTirH"ICennl." .. .11:1:1'T Rill: : : ,1.1 I ?"

I IPf.; '' T. A. During the last twelvemonths i| t ./Urnrtforcl.';.' n County, Florida. I .re-inird....y .,..,...Thoi........"nn.fiihily'n ..,.
,
about $500 has been raised .jo"AUHTI; t-,:-

i anu expenueu on neens 'Noi'io: in.IMM.H'. t'1'h)" fll'-d. Hiime In ii 5 5
the
32-Piece Set
; .. or i KOIt 21Y: I>'' tn made :applicatlibe : \ I
Dishes school. Mr. McCauley\ told how <.''rnnl. Hill \o. Kl.'ll(: iHHIletl Fhereantras
/ much NfI'I'If"!: i Ir: HKKKIIY: ,: mv :X.'rhnl tile t
good P.
a T. A.
r 1J can do whenit U U Powell, hold.-r. of Tux "'..,'lIr. "property" In th <
d will. He complimented the lip len- Icat.No.. nil, iHMiied, the Kill' d ly "rIIKII.I. Slnte nf l lorliln
) 4t Jid cooperation of the ', .\ .\, M. I1)1)' : han filud, Hlllne' In West llulf, of S.ler ,
Brooker P. mv offU',> and lm- made application. of ;NinthV; ,
; ''f T. A. fi'i a tax "d.M'd In he issued\ there'm., H'ell"n :3e. TOW II I
I ._, TWO GOOD PIECES During the business Silil' ceitlflinte emlu' 'ayes I the fi.llowlnir I Kaiiwre 22 I'::"*' ;
t session I j :: d.>Hi-i .' In the Hcren more fir loThe
which then convened a committeewas I'ounly: t of r::: //Ir.!: state of Flor nHMi'HHmeitterty '
,
i ida to-wlt older the -aieil '
Upholstered in New Tapestry appointed to count und cure All SU,| of s.itiihe.iyt, Quarter WIIM In the nnnLTnleMN

irwy For tar the new dishes obtained ,KilKt: of Uy :5 AcreH, :Section 83 satoldenied 1 ci, -'
Only I .
TownKhlp" A South accord law
through! the "shower" Range 22
,
Nearly fife erty described.
lOnsl.: ciinlnlnliiK i 5; AcreH" more the V
ty water glasses, I or le.H. the I hlKhenl' hldiii ,
I' many cups, suecers I I door on, (the first ,
i ) Th. aHneHHtnenf of I th- sold M
With p and much silverware was tinder the paid ....rllrl ntoo properIv IMHUI'-! "month of ;Novombthe ,, t
i given and In behalf of the P. T A. | wan In the nnnie r.f I'nknown I loot il.iy of NI.Piti'il ;,.\''
,
I $ Mrs.\. B. F. Hazen t'n IPM' .111.. cvrtlfluate dhall bit re. thin| IS d i.,
Divided president thanked 1937.iKKK'IAL.
I I deemed --ordlim. to ,law. 1 the property
89 all present. dexcrlhed. therein will be sold i I' ) HI.tt.'
I I 110 the hlKhent lild.ler at 'the A.. J. TIKijrxlerk '
r Payment In the courtI
vote
taken .
to see which j I hoUN door on the first Monday I In or CnIlradford .. .al rf
I! room won the attendance prize I I I| the month of November" 1U7! : w hl I Arranged Miss Morgan's ,its th. Int cl.iy' of Xoveml.er., 1117.\ : 9-17-1i1-1O-15
third JI I II
KROEHLER grade was I I Tinted lhln gtth d.iy of :tii.plember; ,
I winner. I I 1S: "n'I'If'': lI tel'l.ll. lllot
S toltet are found at this low. Plans for I 1UFF1'7Ar.' SEAL: ) F0lt T\\ III' II5.aule
1l Choice of Plain, Gold a Hallowe'en Carnival I j A. J. THoU.\ I I ," I 1011
: !
price only where a afore III willing' to share were I No".It'' ll.Jm ,
begun and 'lerk of C'lrrnlr Court of IS : T
value with IU cnstomern-See this fine big. Blue, Green Bordered everybody will .
Watch STERCHI'S Window forFnscinatine I Hrndford County, Florida ThoniaH F Mrow EBrowlI.
ulte exactly u pictured In choice of new Edges help advertise I the play for Friday 11).1.) I.III.2'1' I I holders ,ulNo. 1 I'",
i'' q tit Values j weave tapestries In colors. night October 8, at the-school, at'),' ,--- -- ; 1544, Issued IIIKtlHt 111, \

i Florence Cabinet 8 o'clock. :Mvrirtor Appi.irtTioKOli \ A. II. l 111'\:1.! \: I Ii, ,
I :
mv offIce and lots 0'
+: t After .. T\ nF:1o: '.;'. 1lu d.t ".- '
.l
: Heater- A Burner a social period during ( i-nnle mil >i>. llltt: >:
i which lemonade NOTH'K: 'IS: 'linUKRY: : nVI'Thllt:: j Suld certificate imhUK ,,
Cooker /l Hfcv and cookies were I M: l'3:. I Kee, holder. of K of Til <'. ( dencrllied. prop- as
served the meeting adjourned. j IIrI..I.. V". Ili I 1......., '|>A n..V,! tar.r- nr I\o'u.'d.. IoItl1' It
HEATER ,,' Mepf-niber, A Ii" im5. ,- has' "flleil wit:

1 t1 -- name hi mv nfh'e and has. mad. ap I Wmt-half of 's >J
"b""n The Comlriil Country Cousins I Ii plication fur 11 tax .lpaI to be iHHiied' fer of "Sfdl.ii I
With Cooking Top i This thereon Said t-ertlfli. 'ate emliraren S" "uth. Rouge Ir
play :
IIII scheduled
for list Fri I llie following.; d.* Mfrlbed: proiierty In !Inw KQ acr.H. !It
As Pictured
'i day night and postponed because 'he County of llradfurd. Stale nf 't'he I I nHHtfVHiii-n-:- '' I"ni'tv

,I t1 ,, 1111111 1111! Just mil the Id '.1 heater lair. then cool morn- 1 let bad roads and inclement weather -j Klorld.t"Kaxt: ,ll.ilf I"-wll I ...Hontliwext: IJunr. ,' surd. was under. In the the nosL'ni.n .' .'
Initu
unttinit hrnnkfnat in no ar overr111 (U due to arrive ter of SoiilhweHt Quarter' Serf1"11 .11101, rcrtll"
the tonight at
II !f nniiio tlamu that elves you hunt. All tJIif .
.15, ,
t Brooker Tnwnehlp' Mix Month deemed' accor.Mntrto rr
'
Flurt-nct Oil Heatvrs School.
Fye C'1 are now on tlinplay.KroeWerbullt This is the'"Sea- Itnnve Twenty-Two IIilMt: ron arty. rt"M""Io..1, Ito-. '

_ ... + rte son s Scream," a side-splitting i) tuininif tiventy 'acreH more" or HIM hlxheMt. II.Mli'iui. ,
farce and I 1em'x. .* door. on I 111- "I
I minstrel\ show. I| The nvNeHHrnent nf the nald properlv i the month of Novena ,.
I ( $2450MHodandernsomeChair Clever Desk Sturdy Pull-up Be sure to come and laugh away '' ,, under the Hlllil. c..rtl'h."I. l I'Ilea IH the let day fOr :N,
I Sj ua& In the riatpd il'' 01
4 your blues. iiunia/ of M"M.V" thin (Ith .ll.
Chair Chair j I Pie sandwiches, unJ I I II."R': 1937.
) coffee for sale. Admission S, ITnleBH Hiilrt i-ertlflnite fhnll. he (OFFICIAL SEAL)
t ; 5c re.
t; and
22 j .
I $ ; DIVIDED PAYMENTS lOc. deemed acrordinir. to .law, the property A. J. THOMAS.. ,
$11.75 $5-95) $74 I'I described therein' will be Hold .rierk of <'Ire ul-, '" ?
I' to the highest. lililder, at the court Bradford, C.iuir Pim
ARRANGED Chalr-ap Your Home for Winter Due to heavy rains hotine dour on the first Monday. In I :tl-17-6t-10'l6
I the rural I the month of November, II>17. which _,-
roads In our section of the IH the boot day of ;November, 1 1.17.! ISOTirR' OK 11'p11111'p11, \ '"
county
I are bad. I Hated IhlM ;r th dry uf September, KOH T \ !1":1:11f..II"f. ':I:'
very Bridges are washed l 1917.: 111110... ,1031,:
I .! and holes are in the roads. (OFFICIAL lOP-A f.1 NOTI"1.: .Iv 11I'ItI.I\\; : \ ilES.T'"h"u1I1.
16 Extra Pieces All roads A. J. THOMAS.: .. F. Brown a can be traveled except f'lerlj of r'lrrult fourt nf Brawn holI"rM of I I ., Tel ,'rrbale

I the crossings at the Hole !and Ttradfonl ('ounty, Floild.l. ;No. 779:'. Issued, ," :r1), d..'
ar' i Dukes Farris 10-1-St. 10-21 July A. n, IQ2,1., 1 1)u," 11..01 ram(
A Complete Ole Vir-Gin-A and a small bridge my nfflre and' I has 'n, d. I)5i')'
..r ; between Brooker and I \OTKH nt. APPIIe4TIovle.ni. for tax: d.Pd I to: ,I ;rarr e
a
New
_i Set-With This River. Fon .. "L"L'" .. .. ...
t Cooking .H'uuL""puneq.. '' ,' .r..<11"" .m" 1\\
"n-.i. oV'r'I': '
nat one
Sink Holes :" inn dencrlhed! proprt. J.'JJijl"'
filling up rapidly. NnT'rI'C: HEREBY OIVE.V.:; That of Urartforii., Star >'
ii: Semi-Enamel Coal and Wood I i A U Nilrrencv.: holder of Tl*< Cerllfliate wit:
One of our teachers in the No 112.| iKHiiefl: the 7lh, day Norlh-h"lr of 4n1U1, ."" Qu.rl';: '

Brooker Junior High School has of In August tnv. office. A.arid P 1931 hne;: ban made filed same, of Month w...t gunri.-, ; ItnC':I.' ''t 11"" I:
nppllooloon Township 7 stoi'thRHKI '
,N recently left us to fill t 1 for a tax I deed to .. III"'rr
\ a place in .. .... lie Issued : contulnlnn/ ::10')
,' ; J" | La Belle. We are glad to the' .11 H.ild. certificate embraceH" 10HM..
accept following ileK.rlhed ,old It
RANGE properly In The awnnH-ment- >l lcrty i
FOR ONLY I Mi. McIntyre of Lake Butler to the County of Itrndford, State of i under the sold. 'r1l.tl''
Florida to-wlt ,' blimP
fill this : died woos In th. n.!"
vacancy Mr.
io ... McIntyre Hinlth-KiiM Qunrter of N'orth- ,'
TIA Timber 0.
II ; ,, ,, .el 't'i is a collide; graduate and holds a KaHt: Quarter Hectloii 33: Townchip rnlen .aid' rerundemid (- .,/' drhl b'
fw A South Hang 20 Hjixt.: I nt'c-urdlnw t.. w
high certificate.Mr. tVih\
** contalnlnic. acren more or I.....*. .rty d"'I'' ,. th-r,'<" ,
"
<<2 er w\e = $4375 Arrange I and Mrs. Marvin Hazen of erty The ,aeneHHrnent. of the said prop. to the hUhBt I1'1';! i r\*,"
iiiuler the '
sold certificate l 1.- house dour on the rir- :
Macclenny
7a
.
AlkPm spent Sunday here as erred wan In the name of Klli.t: WIIHon. Ise month of N'oyimh'In : ''J'S

r l guests of their parents Mr. and I the I I..t duy of ..;'- ,
\ irOtve', '
1'nlesd' '
1, !/ ( w- Mrs. E. M. Hazen and Mrs. John deemed mild rertlflfntK shall he re. Iftted thli" 11th tilt!
acrordlnir to 'law the prop. t ft 17
(lrlr Small Carrying < ,
Charge) l
Cone. erty described .
therein will b* old .' HFFiC1Ai.41::1t.1
to the hlirhent bidder ..t the court A. J 1'Ho5L14''
t I lira. June Johnson and sons C. hnune door on the first. Monday In of .'II' 'II lrl ntflens
f t A Guaranteed Bake- D. and James Johnson of Greensboro the month of November' 1917 which I "r""fo'rll'"III'0115t.l016 FlotWr
IH
;. Y Ca.t Iron called the, let day nf November 1917.! __
i t 1'- -_ Range I were here Saturday ...Hated. thin 25th day nf September --- ,. ..........
night because of the death of her I (f 11 "0'1'''''': 0'" ,," '1 1&
Sterrl.I' coal and weed OFFICIAL .
!s range are SEAM FOR 'rt\ ..t'I"
1 f e connfJrreil: by many M a standard of granddaughter, little Patricia Jane A. J. THOMAS'! I I sle.IP nUl .... Iltn I, ,

: jH, ""- __ ; quality to look for in baying-Thtaapeclal Crosby. I i'lrk Bradford of Circuit Court of :-.on1''I'': I" IIItt1F11': \ ill1Thomas ',nnrAS:
(' offer to for a limited timeonly Mr. County. Florida. F. Brown i"1holoeri. '
and l0 I
Mrs.
j' C. C. -
f Crosby and or si Tipl
t-5t-10.29" aitlflcat
Brawn -
to don't delay. ...
) children, Mrs. E. B. Crosby and NO'rtf'11 I N... *6113.* 1esu'4 ,,d ,'

ii: children and Mr. and Mrs. R. G. I 'nll OF TAIIKKM PPI.H-ATIOX: : I I"r my Julv.' (offlc A. I anon.hutlon '".,, h ,I. r41

(".neie Bill 'v... urn;: .1.1!
Crosby all of Yukon were visiting I ;NuTii-i, 4 f..i- u tux n
: IM 1 1
: ,
HKHIRV ,
mvn.v.[ : Tint Sail ierh'
relatives here M \ViirirlMM : : thlon. I.I)
Sunday. l i teats holder of Tax iVrllf-, the r..II.\\11I1&. Irs
Mr. No. 11. iNMUOfl the 2nd d ; I", '
and Mrs Frank Polk and ... y of 'ths I'ouoty of
.I""h..r. A. I'. I'MI. hill, fllnd II'Inrldx 1 towll'I '
.n '
a; Trade in I Miss Annie Jane Waters of Trenton I tl In mv offlfK and .lies mud. unplU'ii-floe.1 I NurtlirniiC; Quart, !i*
"n for .
r' spent l last week here as guests 'h..r..nn. a tnx d.! il I to In iNMiifd Uuiirt/ A Southi
101.101 .
r.r'Ifirnle' Pnlbrn' 'x'i ;Nnrthweet; Uiliirtnf / -
t'. I f their grandparents Mr. and rI the lie fallowing'|| doer 'lhid nr..n"I'1 In ;0.0"1 hens/ Uui,

Your Old Mrs William Malphurs. i Fl-Tlil"."Ullly l, rn.wll nf' Iliitdford, State of west ll lea rh'r" s'KiiHt ,

I Mrs. LiLly Ann demons Vorth-\V*.t I' T-iwnMliip' "
who recently t : .. ljnart nf Vnilh1 1 I: i-iiltC.lllH'

) ,,. KitchenStove I lived about three miles out i')I :Noirh-WcKt, !IJ.I-II'.T Qiinrter end I" North S..'tl.tn H"Ir..r II:\, I or The II-MH.; .';*" .-",,'""'
from Brooker is now TowiiMhlp" Ii .4 ) '
living in the. ": "'h. IMnir.' 20 tv lili'l. r thf '
J. (house recently vacated by Mr. and : or MiiNt.|ices.roiilHlnlnif 120 ac'rcn more i I win. In the tool,i .

, 17is. L. L. Parker her home being The nMM--i Hniint: "r> the i-nld. prone i i 1 i deemed t'nlt-Kii, in nal-l, cnrdl:: .:if' '

, r ertv under tom mild rrrtlflrnt.-l 1.. I
purchased by the -
Florida
erred III'
Inc. Land Steiner wax In the nameof Trunk to therh/Ch"est I ''

house door ''Ut
Now -_ -.- d..u'.1 t'nl<*HH wild -rtlflcnt halt h.. ro- the month of r "y'J
ai'pordlnir" to law the .,
Free prop- I. the let dllY
Delivery Hal Schumacher New York rty to
.
I HIM highest ,
bidder at thi. .
Anywhere la Florid ferath Giants' pitcher roilrt 19'11.IUIrFiCitf
or Georgiacv. house
never sits on the door on the first Monday. In 4EALA. .
left side of the bench because he U the month of Nov"mh"r. 19,17 which I!f a rruut 1' .
thinks the Int. day of November 19.17. I I Clerk 'r
It Is o'r ,
I
unlucky. 1927.hated thin 20th. day of September. ; : 1y

9-17-Ut-lt-li
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radford County High'School Journalt t-;





01,1 11B THIBF: -- -- -- STARKE-- FLORIDA.-. FRIDAY, OCTOBER. $. 1987 I..tJ.... ..:.: FOUIl'
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,-carp'INCHIEF.NKS SOCIETY B. H. S. String Band MEET THE SENIORS TENTH GRADERS I THROrC.II TilE KEYHOLE MAYOR LANDRUM -i ,
<>R.
,; f KKK.I.MIITOHINCIIIEF. Jack Strickland spent Saturday Gains PopularityNew ..IF.KL OASSKTTOn ELECT OFFICERS Noon periods are becoming more I TALKS IN CHAPEL
i In Gainesville.Mary and more interesting, lately. Wall (
d' ,III KIT IiI NouN; Edwards the amusement in the auditorium.
spent Saturday In Organization Now the morning of February 23 Patsy' KilninnilHon KlectedPrenldrnt enjoy

H.-TV, rr'iTOft'= Jacksonville. ComprlHml.. Of Fourteen 1919 In Ozark Alabama, there was Of Bradford High Is more: World-wide OrganlUf. Doing 1

HI ,.:T \1'uT) BISHOPiitTS Wilier Mae Thornton spent Sun- :MembersOne born to Mr. and Mrs Pate Galll
( :I''ITon day in DeLand. beautiful dark brown eyed We have some very patriot!: I,
S., lie says I
.u.L PLUMMERi.TfAnY Eddy Hartman was in Orlando: of the most Important steps black haired daughter. The baby Monday morning the tenth grade sophomores thin year.. The sopho,

: EDITOR Saturday. toward advancement In our school was so Important to them .I that elected home room officers and! mores' home room Is heard iron
MAKMANNINOiKB Betty Jo Webb spent Sunday in this year ia the organization 0a they named her Jewell.When they are as follows: President nearly every morning. Keep it,up Chapel was held this week on

( EDITOR Gainesville.Miss string band. This band was or- Jewell: was five years old Patsy Kdmcndson; Vice President: sophles! Monday morning instead of on (Friday

,;IISA 1'1sA1tCF Jacobs was visiting In ganized by one of the .seniors, Doc she was seriously burned and had Juanlta McGauley; SecretaryQemldine The new methods In jse this as la usual. f


week-end. siring bund composed offouI.tt'n months, as she coiildn't\ walk. Ingram; Chairman of News Reporting At least we're all going the singing of "America." titter
Doris Strickland was visiting students offers interestingand A few months after Jewell's accident Alice Peterson; Cheer Around with educated looks and the

DeLand Sunday. wholesome entertainment for her sister who was then ten LeadersClcone Kdmondson, Jo. lardy and absent lists are growing which the Lord's Prayer was re- r i.

Harriet Bishop spent SaturdayIn the students and visitors of the years old died and the family moved ells Berry, nnd Edward Barker; mnller and smaller peated. The "Star Spangled Banner" ;

|1'1101() loll rs FOR THE WEEK Jacksonville. school during the noon hour. to Starke.Jewell' Attendance Cp m m I It tee -- IdellWebb Any one that didn't have H re, WM sung and followed by the

1 When you get to the end of The junior class la glad lo have The growth of this string bund started to school at Iva Mae Lewis and Irene diamond hanging on them Friday, Flag Salute. '

I ,Jr tie a knot and hang on..OOM'VI' two of their former students back has surprised most of the students Starke at the age of seven and has Goodge. was!! (|tnlf out of style. Tug laity

toy/ Eddy Hartman and Loyree Phillips", and faculty and even its organizer been going there since then. She They hope to make thin a. very was fun this! year. Principal Benson then presented; 1

rest thing that you can who have been visiting: In Orlando The band Is gaining county wide will graduate at the age of nine successful year and an outstand- Sturke, was well-represented"' in I the speaker of the morning MayorT.

2, Th mother Is conduct thatII and Jacksonville during the sum popularity and, we wish it the teen. She likes all her teachers and 1 .ng one Gainesville last !Friday. Of course' Frank Landrum, who gave: a -

,ve make you i her Proud of you. mer. greatest of success in the future and especially liken .commercialrubjects. --.-.. ?_ -- .. there was the pajama parade, but ( splendid talk on the history of tho c..

deed Is never lost. Among those attending the Flor- ..- -- HAT TilE tiltUSHI': ItOINXlContinued ;;: was lhat the only attraction 1 1 Red Cross and the great work thin t

13 A good; ida-Stetson game: In Gainesville JUNIORS SELLING When she has finished school she Speaking/ of Friday night I world-wide organization Is doing! '
14 nave a friend, be a friend. wants take business In ( from hint week) i
T Saturday were: Harriet Benson 10 a course Frances seemed to beat Harriet's 1 '
who Is pulling one SUBSCRIPTIONSProfit throughout our own country. He
15 The fellow Jacksonville and become 1first
Edith Rowe, A. Z. Adkins Vernon Leola Norman- tie cute little time, th'n.'hllt is this strange
oar hasn't time to rock theat. Silcox, Remmer Phillips Earnest rate /l(>('rptllry. We' all wish her blond of class '37. You will probably lilt met Ion Frances has. made a plea for all to help make .j..

.. Dowling, John Torode, Hazel To lie l'M...l Fur the best of success remember her by her golden Why don't we hear from the the Red Cross membership drive in ..

-- Moore, Lillian Moseley. N. T. JuniorSeniorActitltifH! voice. She liven' at present In freshmen more often. They shouldlet October and November a great

I \; IuCEi1FT Bitch, Carlton Chastain. Grace I 1511.1. LOMi: : A'ebster, Kla., after moving during tin know what they are doing. success.Announcements.

Mr. j Harry Benson was the Green, Billy Dowling Julian GrifI the summer. She has been up vls- The basketball finances tire In a

,iipwnl, i >f beautiful pair of fls, Bill Plummer, Everett McKinney The Juniors, still striving to A studious and most promising ling recently mid said she Intendsto bud condition so tfjey siy. Come on were made and

ok ends on his blrthdaylast, Frlv. I Reece Bradley, and Nlram make money decided lo sell different member of the dignified senior take either a Beauty or lousiness let's help them out. j'assembly was concluded with the '

the gift of Mr. G. A. Hayes Wynn. kinds of magazine subscriptions class of 1937-38 is Bill( Long. Seventeen course in Jacksonville.. We wish Peeper.ELEMENTARY. singing of "Home Sweet Home '

Hampton This pair of book Hazel Moore attended the Theta this week. years of Bill's life has already I her luck In the one she chooses.Wouldn't .

Ijs was made of Florida wild Chi Fraternity dance in Gainesville The class Is divided into two been spent and as he It be nice If she got a

terry wood. This wood was fell- Saturday night. groups each group having a name 'very successful' years. SHY"I contract singing over the radio

> by Mi Hayes after his eighty- Lillian Moscley Grace Green and leader. Doshla Smith is lend Bill was very eager to Then we could hear her golden 1 ECHOES 1 I
Jfth'birthday.. He wus so carefulfth er of the Gold l Group and Edith he '
school eight
although was
Edith Rowe and Elvalee Reddish voice againI hope that dream
\\,0",1! that Instead of chop- Howe of the Green Group
: the attended I ihe\ Theta Kappa Nu years old when he entered the firstgrade. comes true some day.
lag down the tree he dug It out dance In Gainesville Saturday Fifty per cent of each dollar He was an Intelligent student I' Mart lie Hemingway- of the ..

i the roots in order to save the night. made will be given to the Junior I and soon won the admiration pretty girls of 1937. She was well Third Grade Plans Sixth Grade Program ,
I class and will be used toward of his teachers and classmates :
en by
,
known for her beautiful black
The following attended the "Pa-.
impact'I: 'LANXF.II -: > I jama Parade In Gainesville Friday -I t..rlainlnlthe Seniors at the end his pleasing! : personality. )i curly hair. She is at present employed Health PosterOur Honors Fields' BirthThe

night: DuHhla Smith, Harriet Bill doetm t like tg wander too I I at Register's Garage as a
I Basketball is being talked about Bishop Edna Pearce, Vermin Sil- English !IV test Wednesday real far away from Starke.: because he bookkeeper Lois of luck, Murtlle! class 'has been making "small' sixth grade hail a l'1 :i igene

d that's all. It is impossible toe cox Carlton Chastain, A, Z. Ad, ly I think she wan surprised! If is aft IIld of getting lost in some of Komi Mae Howeone of the !fruit baskets this w"'I'e enJoyed 10'1.program) \ in Lh"1, Wednesday -

lit Curt hel action owing to the kins, Jr.. N. T. Ritch. Harriet you would, like to rend a de"Cllp. the wide, thick woodH.of Florida.He noisiest but most efficient girls In this very mllt'h.Vc know commemorating his birthday' '

.', the) c .mditions. The commits Benson Bill Plummer L. O. Jones lion of yourself--or some one you likes to hunt and fish( ami! usually lust year's senior class at presentIs that fruit Is better for us lo enl which was In September The following "

b..III organized and a few and Pauline Andrews. are interested injust see those spends his summer vacationit secretary for Mr C. A. Knight .han (candy nail we are going to readings were given:

'etmg'' for checking up on ball A. Z. Adkins was a guest over xeniois. < Kingsley: Lake. He likes all lax collector. Keep on being efficient make some pretty' posters to remind The Duel Hy John Kinlow.

ailing md a passing are held. the week-end 1 in Gainesville. This l is supposed I to be Chatter- kinds of spoils and helps. others to Rosa nnd you will be success tn how to keep i healthy We Wynkrn, Bllnkyn, mind! Nod By

[The boy have a spirit this year ... naturally there's lot but this happens become interested in them. ful. Good luck! !have already !lea rnal 1 how to fold l Klnore Dennett.

ut A'III lie hard to down and I if to be a fact every one is delighted Bill likes to to ,d.inees and Lots Moore--you will remember p-tpcl' and cut some of the letters
go you The Sugar Plum TreeUy An-
J'.hints: 'fious happens. some "Lotta Chatter"My to have Mrs. Benson as a bet the girls wouldn't miss a Lois for her, brilliant smile She which we shall use on our posters nette Cothran. '

lIDS IP' unit this part of the Etata I This has been a fast pass teacher this year! The pupils sayit hance to dance with him. married not so long; after school MisH I llnddinglnn: ) 'I'en rher.

|::1 l hav to accept defeat and ing weekdue to plenty of work is" a rial pleasure! we are very wits out and In quite happy/ .. "Seeiii1 Things" Hy KobertnWhiUielcl. .

,thug!; wetter. from the Torna- I I lo doer som'nif all haven't glad and proud of the fact. Bill is always laughing and giggling Lois: Juddyou may remember :SKC'OMI: <.l1)1-: .
I of the silly
at
's. Let a give them our support enough work to do just see Mrs. Another piece of interestingnews something -one. Loin: for her dignified walk. She Ml l'IS I\(1 11I1US The "Parker Trio" Billy J. C.,

.d help push them up the ladder !I Longor Mr. Benson- rather expect a pupil said "Miss Stumpis "giggle-box Juniors" has said was very smart and helpful In her und !Ethel I Mae rendered several '
she wll I
butnever Bill
.. they will be able to find.! plenty a good! teacher and l 1 enjoy her mind high school work and will be remembered Since we arc rending! ;, stories numbers on their violin mandolin '

boat I species of grouse molt for you to do. teaching me for "she, makes the lesson : Portia be a dignified senior too. a long time at H. II. S. about birds we- are bringing pictures und. guitar. ,

:'ir toenails at the end of the I I Some= excellent description, about .. easy. and interesting.Just." Bill has received all his education She is married also. She mat ried of them Were learning. the All joined in singing several fll'I"''I;

:;.met different pupils in Mrs. Lon ;"'s Chat. at B. H. S., and Is now finish .'oineliaa Moore Lois. Moore's niinifM of many of them. We tell miliar songs which were led by '(
--_.. ing; his senior year here. After he about birds we've .
the class stories
brother und likes being married Mrs. Biggs accompanied by Mrs.
finishes his course In high school! cry much. Keep: on being smart, seen where they live, what they Brown. Mrs. Wainwright presided/
,
he Intends to enter college eat what their "call" Ifl etc. f j''
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Lois and your marriage' will! be over the assembly.. .
He is planning to take a engineering "iiccessful.IJcloreit Kitty HogII(>Teacher. .- -
course in college but he Is .
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Hloodaworth --- a very TAU DAV srCVKSS:
not car lain of this step yet. We all friendly girl and also very smart. KSS: : VVS\ HI !-'j JoS;

nt0 hope that he will make as good an She Is at present studying to be a .\1\01"1' rilOKMCIANS:: : The Junior Tug Day was a big

0 engineer as he has been a student teacher. We wish lots of luck succens in spite of the weather and
you :
Bill Is now a tall slender young Pcloren.Aitliur! During our study nf the Phoenicians 'r'adverse conditions. Over six dol
with dark hair und In history the following nr- Mars
man gray eyes.lie was cleared by the Juniors
I !Swan bum he Is si> quietthat )
is very popular with the girls l.i why you remember him I tides were written: i Friday with their Tag Day. The

especially a beautiful blonde girl ima lnc, He Is going to the Unlj I'lioellirlail (;iiilleynTro Junllrs are going at their mnnpyI -

In the junior class. j vcrsity. and Is studying to be an !I'h". nidan people wanted lo I making with vim and VllorVe

We will now leave Bill looking electrical engineer. Good luck, 1 learn n new way to build! shipH. So have some future big-business men
forward to gl'a ulltlon1'lIl.trI they produced the blrcrne, a large I
j Arthur! In that ".tHS. Wait and! Sic!
I Willis :Smith-;: called "Rmll ty' decked boat in which the carmen - -

.\ : (' AMATKI'R HOIK I anti very much liked. II** Is Will 1i 1- were seated in two rows, one above STI'DKNTM; TAKINU iiKAT: : !
WHO ARE THE SMARTEST BUYERS aF'' Iho cither. The men that rowed
i| Ing at Beasley's Service Station INTEREST: IN KOO\I
or BUSES On Monday, Oct. 11 ut 7:30: p. !| here In Starku. Good luck ":;\init. the boats put theirs ours thnJllgh l liprnings
TRAVEL AND CHOOSE eit m. the St.irke High School assistedy I I ty". ( in the Hides of the vessels We think we have "something- '.

than IS per cent ol Florid Motor ln! l i : the Strawberry Band will ent..r-I KoHWcIl Nuegal good old Noc- 'The Pluuiiieluns were very proud our room that no other room has"'

MORE.*ng.n u. women- glowing tribute to tain In the school auditorium for gal. He Is at present ..rnploYt'llllt of I their fine ships. The sails were It Is a beautiful vase, made from u
tii. comfort convenience and .tra talus bus travel the benefit of the boys' and girls' the R..xall UrugStore which Is made. of fine linen with embrold guard Hilly Smith brought" it to

oll>... Women are the amarUit buyen ol travel In the basketball team. Admission, lOc owned by n. 1'. Carpenter Now creel work made ut Kgypt mate the room with pretty flowers In
World. Th.y demand itrlctly fint-clani and comfortable ? I and 20c. rllll The benches It. Joe' Monteith two
within modest Is a chance to use your Spoken >! were made ifine > brought pictures
traniportatton. yet II must ill a
wood! beautifully carved anti to School for us to look ut,
budget Florida Motor Line*' new Zephyr buses )lust A English: ", and Salesmanship Hos-
111. their requirement and thus Its increasing popularity Jsr' of the year well. inlaid with Ivory. The oars were We have two turtles, that we are

with the laclt.. Every subscription will be appreciated Olcta Smith: -one who has avery of pick\ The rowers took up Sll'' keeping to nee how they live; we .

UNION BUS STATION and, we hope you all coop attractive personality. SheIs much room that here I was only II I have learned many Interesting:

erate by purchasing your magazines now a stenographer in Jacksonville little rom left to carry goods. things about them. We want to

tknuley's Servlee Sta. Lacy Conway, Agt from the Junior class.A and we hope she becomes avery By Marjorie Davis I learn all we can about all living

few of the magazines for sale I: successful business woman. things.Mrs.

ar are the well-known Saturday Kve- Winifred Ifiizenn. very good II Sldiin tin* Important 4 lt\ for (iliiixSidon Hitch .Teacher.SHOWKIt f
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fling Post, the very helpful Ladies' debntor and mrfrt in law.: He is I -- --- -,
-;c FREe:: TO THE LADIES Home Journal and the farmers' going to the University and studying was n fishing vlll.ige., : IS GIVEN t, 1
''' Send ebb ad lo Florida Molar lln.. L Some traders built a fire on some FOIt I :MKS.
WAINUICKilirFriday
win..nd guide, the Country Gentleman. If : law. We wish him lots of luck.
C JaeluonvllU. with your white mind. They had a rock I tu,
addrcai and wa will mall you lrobookSol any of you remember that your Leltha Kelly- -very quiet but
.Uc'' thai ; lean their cooking things tin, (his
ol atop-run" "
cops a runs In alocklnqa upon application ubscription! to any of these magajzines !\ smart She has been working In lock had xod.i In it. The liquid the class gave Mrs.
to lb. War lomolblna/ ass.P is running out, let a Junior Alathua but la home nt present. Wainwright a handkerchief and'' '
/ from their rock mixed with the
I( know so you won't miss the most Good luck, Leitha.Louree fruit Hhower. The shower was
sand and this formed JIII"Hlnd
Important edition of your favorite Howard who everyone flowed Into a stream. The fishermen suggested by Virginia Sewell, M.ir-

erial! Anu remember, too! The thought would get married soon I hud a substance for experiment June| Davis, and Kay Yarborough.
Juniors have been whispering after school Is married, now Monday October 4, the class
a
They learned to make the
round ab ut a ply There Is a She Is- living In Starke at the present meeting was called by the president
glass clear' then they learned to
lot ,it t.ilent In the Junior class- Lets of happiness Lnureeho Marjorie Davis. Tho clans .
color the glass and to pattern' it.They .
Ml 3t It will be good! married Merrill Rdward.i: usilstunt decided on the bluebird us da
patterned the glass' by blow
manager of the A, & P. bird and selected the tune of1)00.lIe"
pipes iiau t "l the time They made. '
store. 'Yankfo to make
II up
mirrors putting glass into round
..1 i words for n cI..ltsonK.. New helper I I Ichulnnan
IImes I '' and then putting a thin ,
"MVIII 1 (;il\UI': OMUKKSf ; were appointed by the committee
sheet of metal on the back\ of It.
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f I'OU 1>>1';( oo.ulo: : \'rll .
By Ruth Powell.
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Monday morning. October, the -- --- .- -f-- -
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WHATWHEREWHY1IK1NK elms was called to order' by the MPT' <;KI>K: NK\VN:
rillldl (.KAIIK: NKUSWe ;
President, Dorothy Faxon and the We are taking our monthly tests. '

,, tullowlng officers were elected' for are making: circus bO( k.ts.1, Som children brought some

the second month. We have the clown tight ropewalker flowers for our room and they 1 are

PresidentDonald Bagwell.Vice and music man ready for nice. !a aWe
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PresidentGeorgia (;lIpln. them. We think that these are have drawn some new pictures

!Secretary! Howard Manning ery pretty and have enjoyed coloring i and they make the room look

FLORIDA Treasurer :'1c.nteen'a..r..n.. them very much. nice.
COUNTY
OF. BRADFORD Traffic Officers- -I-Inora Bennett We have elected certain pupilsto The teacher has been reading tia
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: E : I-- and Leonard Peek. take care: e-f the room and the the story of "Bingo" the little dog,,
UT-sC. \ YOIK PLtT.MBIXOCLEAMXO : ITJlIJROf'JI
: THIS SPACE Monitor- -Muial Smith and Billy ground near our room. We are Warren Is taking very good care
; 1101":0'1: :: F. C. Hollingsworth
A Parker. going to try to keep both the room of the book case.
FOR RENT
Flower Monitor: Lcca and the We
Belle grounds! cleaner. have some.nice pictures on
Hog And Hominy Summer. Horace Pyal hud to school the bulletin board.
t. !1ltJ1'6 J. L. Simmons 'II-0('n ME-iSViK! TO Tilt stop
FARMS Librarian--,Annette Cothran. and have his eye operated on. We Most of us are studying hard so
I'UII.K: VULL RHINO
04 Plumber
i Board .ronltr.-Betty Harden- miNI him and hope that he will we will have good I grades on our
In i > erill/e t
Th I'use That Refreshes", --. -- Xews Reporter Bobbie McRae. We are proud of our new window By Arline Pew and Bernard
ELECTRICAL Denmark Judge Dorothy Faxon. hades and the sun needs to shine Jordan.
M CONTRACTOR Stern's Garage I I Court was called to order with In our eyes no longer Miss Hinson -Teacher.

\%"E ARE EXPERT AT Furniture Co ZENITH: RADIOS the Judge, Billy Paiker, presiding.", Melba Strlngfellow walt the only .
KESCIHPTION-
RE.\ ONARIEPRiCE1: Three pupils had to appear in court pupil In our room who made a per The University of Pavla. Italy,
iOODItU TIRES Tl'llKS v
EXPERTS A.N'YMIIEIPEO. \\'" Are Receiving Yew tor careless speech. The Judge feet score in health for the month.Ve wit foun'le'l by Lothalre grundsiwxof

CARPENTER'S J. PHILLIPS Mock K\rry; Hay. B" Sure to Highest. (juaiily-Lowest I'rlcen gave each a light sentence It beIng \ are hoping there will be more Charlemagne, In 825, and celebrated -

"gJSEXiu., : Se It Before You nJ! )'. E.tY.'A1'IF.XTH!' [ their first offense. Court wa next month. its eleventh centenary r
STORE LAWTEtf thee. d1s..tstiel!! loIn. AndrewsTeacher.. I ItMM.






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'* t ti rAGE FOUR 'BR AtHNLKn COUNTY' TEUWJRAPH.!! 67ABK>4l'P'foRi11A' FlUDAY

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; Interesting MeetingOf LV'D. C. Elects Officers W. M. S. Circles Met Reception For Teachers! and [ Love The-e'- rrT1egl--

I Y. W. A. Held For Coming Year In Educational BuildingBoth Of County High SchoolThe Powell. 'Jhhl

l ,$OCIllrA Monday Night The W. T. Week Chapter, Unit circles' of the Woman's Missionary members of the faculty ,.of be The guests Junior of the Club r-n W, "0 h"l'I"l"*,

The YWA met Monday night at ed Daughters of Confederacy, Society of the Methodist the Bradford County High School ing.' mr..\
the horre of Mrs. G. W. Alderman, met Wednesday afternon at the Church met Monday, afternoon in Hostesses for E i
will be honored at a reception at U.: ,I.t", ,
U with Misses Arline Mann and Essie home of Mr.. and Mrs. O. L. Beas- the educational building next to the Mrs. W. E. Mlddl. '., """ 't
: I Coleman "II.bo tel'liles.' The meet- ley and were entertained by Mrs. church. The meeting was opened the first nebular! ,, meeting of the DiivU, Mrs H, M ? ,!liI'R i

i: 'I'; I ll: Mission Study Little Women To"MeetThe ing waa called to order by Mrs. Beasley and Mrs/Ethel ,M, Biggs. with a song and followed by prayer Woman's Club of Starke to be held W. B. Muntly, M.j. ,/""' Mil

I I ''Ethel.Raymond. president, who afterwards The living room and tUning ; then a short business session Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: Mrs. K. G. Duncnn AJk'na'
.' The Woman's Missionary Society Little Women will hold their talked for a short while rooms were mad more attractive was conducted by the president, o'clock'in the club auditorium with Murphree. M,, w 8'

I '' of the Methodist Church will hold first regular meeting Tuesday aft en Lottie Moon Week.- Following with vases and bowls of pink roses Mrs. A. Wood. A silver offeringof the president<< Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, -- ,
f sl f i their second mission study Monday ernoon. October 12, in the Wom- this Mrs R. A. Green was requested and tiny,pink -zinnias. The meet- $8<5 was given for local work. 'In the chair, Mrs.

i }'t I, afternoon, at three o'clock, In the an's Club building. to discuss ,some of the things I It g was presided over by the president Miss Olive Ray, superintendentof Mrs. H, B. McLendon, chairman Has Chas Seam,'
7 ,: Educational Building next to theIr Mrs. J, M. Darby: Is sponsor of which most impressed her on her Mrs L..A. Davis who call- mission study, presented Mrs. i''of J. H. Birthday }PHI,
.Educatlo will present
r r church. Chapter three' from the the Little Women and the officers vll.'llta' Hongkong and Shanghai, ed for report. from the treasurer, H. B. McLendon who reviewed the Benson, principal of the high Members of thp.<,
; new book "The Moslem World" are as follow.: China She described In detail the the registrar and committees. The first chapter of the new study a ,III farnlh}
gave small
g : 111 h ..i.fi!; will be reviewed by Mrs."J. W. President-Miss Frances Peek customs and living conditions of annual convection will meet in MI- book "What is this Moslem school department of the Bradford I day afternoon, inforir'. ArlYun.!!
Vice Pres.-Miss Miriam Guy the Chinese, picturing vividly heir ami Beacb and School, as the guest for '
!f fir White, the title of the chapter beIng on the 19th. 20th World? The title of this interest- County High Searing' honor ,., 'hat]*
r of 15ill Secretary- -Miss' Mary Edwards extreme poverty which is caused 21st of this month and! the call to speaker for the afternoon. Mr. ? nulhdry
,1 Power "An Air Journey at her '
: "The Gripping Treasurer Miss Edna Pearce Ing chapter was home on \\- ,, !
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E, lam" Mrs E. K. Perryman will review mainly by over-population. Her convention was read by the secretary Across Moslem Lands." Miss Ray Benson has chosen as his' topic, Those present with ftrwi
Hostesses for the afternoon are: discuanion >i
!h ,,jl tt chapter four, "An Appraisal Misses Doshla Smith, Margaret received enthusiastically.At was Interesting. and was Mra. Ethel M. Biggs. next presented Mr*. W. A. Fischer, "High School Reorganization." were her husband. \. ,B'f.8rni S
of Islam"; and Mrs. A. Wood will I The chairman of the nominating who reviewed the second chapter Mrs. J. H. Benson chairman of Andrew Muller MfJ
? Pearce, Vernle and Har-
ft Phillips of
,i i"":, review chapter five, which Is entitled I riet Benson. the close of Mrs. Green's remarks committee, Mrs. L. G. Powell, announced entitled "Moslem Folk; Their Wayof music, will offer. the following pro- Somme, e-o
ii !II"' "Ferment and Revolution." .. a business- meeting was the following nominationfor Living." Both speakers gave 'gram: Jersey, Mr. and :\Ir,, ',''lIn, knh
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held and the following new officers chapter officers: President, Impressive reviews that were much ing and two daughuville. 'elkal
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1Hj[ ''il P. T. A. to Have CarnivalThe for the ensuing quarter were elect- Mrs E. K. Perryman; 1st vice appreciated by their audience. Miss lone fie'; ",, "'
[ A. Canova.
4Jj[ f, Notice ed: Mrs. Ethel Raymond president president, Mrs. G. W. Roberts; sec mer New Jersey an, \' ,tl/VJ"1":
'rl finance committee of the p.1 ; Lunell Stokes, vicepresident ond vice president Mrs. O L. During the social period Miss Song of the Open, (La Forge) Earl Searing of Stark.
Circle will meet
Woodman
l The Olive Ray, assisted by her sister,
will Hallowe'encarnival
IT. A. sponsor a : ; Frances Peeks personal service Mrs. M.
Beaaley Ethel
i at the Woodman I ; secretary --
Tuesday night Miss Amelia Ray, and Mrs. A. W.
on Friday, October 29 on
'i I chairman; Juanita Barefoot, treasurer H. B.
Biggs; Mrs. Mc-
'i Hall at the usual time. All mem-
Anderson, served light refresh-1
the lot from 1
vacant across the
# bars arc urged to be present. secretary-treasurer Reports were Lendon; historian Miss Amelia BURGLARY INSURANCE
ments. I
; ,school building. given, committees were appointed, Ray Miss. Olive
i 1 ; registrar, Ray; recorder I
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k4: I A I and the group unanimously' endorsed of crosses, Mrs. L. G. Pow- Attending this meeting were: | .
I Your home tie> the oext.-fnarlu'CS for
"H
Does Bladder Irregularity Starke Girls in Glee Club may <>ft pi sInns"
Mrs. W. E. Middleton Mrs.
: several new plans which it expects ell. The chapter voted unanimously Hogan i iI DON'T WAIT UNTIL: THE
"' HORSE
1 t R1'' C.Tot. i 1'erl Names of the eighty-eight members -' to carry out during the last for the election of the officers |Smith, Mrs. E. K. Perryman Mrs. : is
4 of the Glee Club quarter of this Having disposed named. Pearl Simpson, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, I II GONE TO LOCK THE!: BARN.
P, ,, Make thin 2!Si? leu. If not pleimed at the Florida year.
#yy In four days K<> buck Bnil. net your2Sr State College for Women have just of business matters, the The chapter historian Miss,I Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. W. P. Smith, | I'rotwt. Yourself With Our .M Burglary Pall '
J' KIllHh the klilneVH HB ),1w..uld
r r r lh.. I>"....IM. Help" nature ellnilnHteImlHrtnouH been announced. It contained the group waa served with refreshment Amelia Ray, talked Interestinglyon Mrs. A. W. Redgrave, Mrs. J. W, Will Be Clad to Tell You All About 'it.

tl I s / lun rauxK waste. the Hlid, I IrlllHtlon exeenH\ HeIdswlilih that. names of Miss Marjorie Benson, *. the subject of the historical White Mrs. W A. Fischer Mrs. H. I']

.t IIIHV rivult In KeltlnK "P nights' first soprano, and Miss Marjorie The YWA members were very Gamble Mansion near Bradenton, B. McLendon, Mrs. A. W Ander-}I HAROLD C. WALL, AGENCY
ilit seamy flow, freinient,, desire and Stump, alto. glad to have with them at this In Manatee son. Mrs. A..Wood. Mrs. L. S. Hut- j
P liurnlnv 'ItL! tnu hti lenve, Juniper County.
1 Into meeting the Reverend and Mrs. L. Misses Olive and { Every Branch of INSURANCEDIVIDEND
14 i oil and' 6 other drugs made little -- to, Amelia Ray
green IHl. ..IM. Just say HuketHto Prince Edward island has 771 fox A. Shepherd who invited them to During the social period Mrs. ....... i
r lgl F any, The flruKKlct.Itexull orally Uruw Store.HI Carpenter'H and mink fur farms.GREEN'S meet at the Pastorlum Monday November Beasley and Mrs. Biggs served a
I 1, for a combined Hal- tempting fruit salad course to the I Circle 2 of BaptistW.

_ ,a t ,c I lowe'en party and business meet- following guests: Mrs L. A. Davis, M. S. Has Mrs. H. B. McLendon, Mrs. E. S.
Ing.; Other guests were Mrs. G. W. r.
b Matthews Miss Amelia Ray, Mrs. Number 2 of the Baptist
Alderman
12 Ibs. 3gc and Mrs. B. M. Fussell.
FLOUR New members added were Misses O. L. Haynes, Miss Olive Ray, Mrs.L. Woman's Missionary Society met I
G. Powell.. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Monday afternoon October 4., ati 1
ill 24 Ibs. 75c Edna Pearce ana Marlon Dowling. Mrs. W. E. Torode, and Mrs. J M. the home of Mrs. W. L. Wall, with '
The members
STORE present were Mrs. Brownlee. Mrs. Wall and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee I
F rJ Ethel Raymond and Mrs. R. A. .- as hostesses.'

PURE CANEi'4' Green and Misses Amy Moore Car- Young Matron's Circle Dahlias and crotalaria were used
A Dividend Will
Be Paid
tie olyn Green, Betty Green, Lillian I
In decorating the home for this
C k CARRI' Stump Wilma Alexander, Lunell The Young Matron's Circle of By' The Bradford County
meeting.The
the Baptist Church held their
regu-
SYRUP Gal 42c Stokes Arline Mann Essie Coleman -
I 7 .. t3TARKE, > ,. Frances Peek, Frances Hemingway lar business and program meeting devotional was led by Mrs. Bank On Saturday, Octo-
Monday afternoon at the home of W. N. Johnson who read part of
'
'I Juunila Barefoot and
ber 9 1937 10 O'clockA.
P4 GREAT NORTHERN 5o CANS 3 FOR Margaret Lennon. Mrs. T. K. McClane Jr. the 18th chapter of Acts and the at

Mrs.. B. M. Fussell, circle leader, 119 Psalm. Prayer was led by M. From Office Of The
Mr. and Mrs. Brown conducted the business session af- Mrs. W. J. Epperson.

BEANS lb. 5c SARDINES tOe Hosts At Bridge Party ter which a social hour was enjoyed Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, leader pre- H. C. Wall Insurance Co.

.
sided over the business session, On Thompson Street.RECEIVER'S .
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus
F. Brown Mrs. McClane served
a
tempting during which plans were made for
were hosts Wednesday night when salad course to the members pres the box for the orphan at Arcadia.
: i w they entertained at their home ent. Mrs. J. W. Edwards and Mrs. P. M.

with a bridge party. .----- Barefoot were appointed to have CERTIFICATES MUST
OIL Gal. Can 1SclJI The entire lower floor of Stewards Have :
COOKING the MeetingThe charge of the box. BE PRESENTED TO RECEIVE CHECK |
home, opened ensuite, was effectively stewards of the Methodist
Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, wife of the
,. decorated in early Fall flow- Church and their wives met Tuesday -
A new pastor was cordially welcomed -
i t ers.At night at 8 o'clock nt the homeof M. A. SMITHAs
by the circle at this meeting.
the conclusion, of five the Rev. and Mrs. W.
pro- A. Fischerfor
Bun' LIMA
he HOUSE:
\\ELL
'\
the social hour the hostesses Liquidator
gressions of bridge it found During -
was the regular business meeting.At .
COFFEE lb. 28c BEANS lb. SIhcf'lTAXD.RJ that Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid had the conclusion of the session, served sandwiches, cake nnd Bradford County Bank
made high score for the Htdiea and light refreshments were served by Iced tea to the following members
Mr. Clarence Hoppe high for men. Mrs. Fischer. present' : Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Mrs.
) PACK No. 2 Can Mrs. Kincaid was presented witha P. M. Barefoot, Mrs. W. J. Epperson. -

vanity as a reward and Mr. CARD OF THANHS Mrs. J. W. Edwards, Mrs. W.

i ] ; TOMATOES 6c ONIONS3Ib.l0c Hoppe was given a reading lamp. We wish to express our heart-' N. Johnson, Mrs. J. H. Lord Mrs.S. WIN WIN WINHall's

I After bridge, one game of bingowas felt thanks for the kindnesses extended L. Peek Mrs. W. H. Perkins

played and Mr. E. M. Matthews to us by friends and relatives Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs A. E. McKinney -

w Vii. OLE Pound I2IhcIU won a room thermometer. during our recent bereavement Mrs L. A. Shepherd Mrs.A. .

I Mis. Brown was assisted by Mrs A. Durdcn and Mrs. L. O. Ha- GroceryMARKET

K.. G. Duncan In serving a temptIng Mr. and Mrs.: Lyon B. Crosby. zenWe're
-
1 t refreshment course to her .
; : !.OGU; CORN 11011E: GROt'NJ)
guests. Not a Cigarette, But We Satisfy

Those present to enjoy the par The MultitudesThis & LUNCHWin
FLAKES MEAL 101b 25c
11t .6
r pk /, ty with Mr. and Mrs. Brown were:
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mr.
{ i. to and Mrs. K. G. Duncan Mr. and IK Evidenced By The Number Of New Customers' $3.00 in Trade Each WeekAskUs
> :Mrs O. L. Beasley, Mr. and Mrs.J. Who. Are Patronizing Our Place. They Know Good
'" Eats And You'll Never'\ Learn About This
BEST E. Wilson Younger.
Dr. and Mrs. H. B.

R'irNDPound) lOc :McLendon, Mr. and Mrs. R. F
Special Lunches for School Children
} Demorest, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. ALL WEEK CASH SPECIALS
,
Long Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell, DANCIN41-HE'RE.\TIOS-FUN-2. HOCKS A D.nKOlY..KORNER
:\11', and Mrs D. P. Carpenter, Mr
1 i CIT. JAR RELISIl or CHUCK STEAK or and :Mrs L. D. Vining Mr. and FLOUR, Guaranteed, 24 Lbs. 72c

Sa I. DRESSING 20c ROAST, Lb. l21c Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Mrs. Jeanette RESTAURANT LARD Best lOc
Kincaid Mrs. Ethel Biggs Mr and Compound
2-1.8. JAR 'ET or C'ARNATIOS Mrs. E. L. Matthews and Clarence MRS. HAM ANDERSON, ManagerINSURANCE

.; JELLY 20c MILK, 3 tall cans 20c Hoppe. LIMA BEANS, Lb. 5c

.
I- .
e r .Auxiliary To Meet MACARONI SPAGHETTI 3 pkgs. 10c |
.--------- -----------aen or
.. .. >i The Ladies'
Auxiliary of the
FANCY BLUE nOSE -WISE PROVIDES Pctr: 10"b'
to4 110"
Presbyterian Church will meet ..., .
Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at the
RICE 5 Pounds 18c home of Mrs. T. S; Williams. UNFAILING I ONIONS, Fancy Texas, 3lb.,* lOc

Mrs. O. E. Stansbury will have

I charge of the program on India CHUCK STEAK or ROAST, Lb. Jj l
and Alaska PROTECTIONFor I

NO. 2 CAN ANY CUTS I devotional Mrs. T. N.service.Kendrick will lead the FRESH CREAMERY CHEESE, Lb.23c_ |


L CUT BEETS I I All members. are urged to bepresent. Your FAMILY EATING APPLES Dozen t tRICE Ik I
,
E. J. PEAS S teaSAUEUKUAUT k For Your HOME

I' I-0:>" <> BKANelTllO.MKC-OMI.NO
Whole Grain 5 Lbs. J9c
; ,'- Turnip Greens For Your BUSINESS _
2 There will be a Homecoming Day

SPINACH I, at the Long Branch Cemetery, four Insure TODAY With TOILET TISSUE. 3 Rolls l lOc
miles southeast of Maxville, October -

20c'COII 30. We cordially invite all I GOOD ROUND STEAK Lb. I8c\\

C Pound members and the public to come I ,
JOHNS &
and WAINWRIGHT
spend the
r day. There will be CANE"
SYRUP J5cI5e
good services and singing, and Quart .

tt; NO I 1\L.\I:11E I dinner will be served afterward. I i GENERIL. IXSUIUX'f RELISH SPREAD Pt. l

R. L. HARRIS, Clerk. ,e----'____'__.__ .
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POTATOES 10 Lbs. ISc .
r The 'Pen That Makes Writing a Pleasure i i CABBAG Nard"fsJ. l


; EACH QT. J.'R.DILL. 59c FRIDAY I Big Box M ATCHES3boXeS lOc

s TABLE SALT PICKLES 121Zct7 D\Nf' Only 59c CATSUP 14-oz. Bottle lOc

Toilet TISSUE 3 __ ___ ___ ,
I'ILL"'Bt.U'' : "M BEST 20-Lb.. lOc
j MACARONI PRINCE
Thin cvrtirirnt" and 5flP entities the hearer to one of our Oenuln lml....' .'nctlhl $1 00 VACUUM FILLER ALBERT Can
; SPAGHETTI MAl-KLKSS' 'OUNTAIN PENS Visible. Ink Supply," You NEE the Ink. A lifetime
t? FLOUR 90c each pen. HI.... for ladles, men. boy. and girls.' This! pen will not leak, blot or break.. guarantee with P&G 25c
SOAP 6 Lar e Bars


RIPPLE or BUGLER TOBACCO 6 for 25c
)' i'
x Agent For

''rNa: \Ew: r'i.i.IR. FII.H-\.A'l' :/IP-OM.V' o\' }: PI 1.1. "M> i'r'e Ft I I. ALL PORK SAUSAGE. (delicious) Ib25f |
Th'N
for.. Three'. PIN Month hoMB 200 on."rr..nl erne Killing mare! No Ink Repair than any Bllli.ordinary. No I..fountain v.... Filler p"!n No on the Hr..market'iire Bar.You Every ran Write"'.. 2
TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO. t. t.,1 snit .. .n STANDARDCORN.3No.2Cans !
"ap n" th" .
< by fiutory to !> unbreakable l for llf list l yours :NOW.'> THIS PEN" :'> 1\VJoS\ :
t-rtKK If .
you ran buy one In the city for lea than FIVE nOLIMTlM. This Certificate good only while
L .dv.rtl.ing sale! 'IM on
: ,is.1 'TI'.r''T''iY' OFFER: Thin Pen will( be IS Otdefter Sale.. PORK CHOPS Florida, Lb. I8c 1 ,

Better Quality Aun Also $1.50 Pencils to Match Above Pens only 2te! Lltitree '

4. c 1I RXrr. I HFI.I: "...] P86eRIPTIt1V: PKII<< %Li"rBROWN'S :11'en.ln APALACHICOLA OYSTERS. & 6

I fee N.II
;I, Get Our Low Prices Before Buying I PHARMACY ertlrirme ear..rra.n : We Meet All Cash Prices

"STARK' PLORIII4
FREE DELIVERY

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OCTOBER S. 1837
iraUJ -BRADFORD ciouNTX !TELEGRAPH.: STARKE..FWIUDA PAIVM

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I I The Rev, J. Caldwell,, of Sarasota Mrs. T. J. Griffin went to Jacksonville Mrs. 1. A. Rennolds spent. Wednesday Mm.' W. A. Colley returned, to NUTICHNntlev -- I. I i
will preach at the Presbyterian Wednesday and will spend : In Jacksonville She was r her home here Sunday after having whom. It In hereby given to all ;:11 I'
Church may concern that I. l oraHapit. ;
I Sunday October 10. srme time there with her son-in- accompanied back home by Mr.j) spent the past two months visiting as uHHrtllan ..' Harold and -
I 1 Mrs. y-al ; ; law and daughter, Dr and Mrs. C. Rennolds' of Richmond Va., whowi 'her son and daught..rInIaw.Ir. Muriel)' day l 1....of ti'mlnol-M.u,"u.l.cr. I4371.'! will sp on lh.tutt .. ".r
Lloyd and daughter, ,i C Mendoza. :: spend) this week here.rle..ua and Mrs. D. D. Colley lit, Florence linn; 1 K, K, l>rryman." '<.iimtji' mdse
1 Jacqueline of Brocket were. .:uccts J ._ I I at his <>rfliIn stark", Klnl-lrta..' it r
""* --- -- Villa.
'
,, ,'Iork A. 1\1. for authority to sail .
; : ,
,
Sunday of Mr and buts\ K. J. ,I Miss I Loyree Philips who has : : of Mrs. L. W. Strickland - --. --- ut "private Male the entire. InterttM of e 1
Dowling. i th. Kali mlnnm In anil the
to
I spent the past few months. In Orlando of'XVildwood. daughter of Mr. and i George Manassa of hernundina des.ribel. ,laud. In Bradford followIIIK -
j. i with her sister has recently Mrs. J. C. Manning, will 'be glad was! the Week-end guest of his ''....nly. F'Iurila 1 l tci-wli H'"' '/. ofNWii A ?
j Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr, Mrs. > nf Sec Ie. and Hit that portion
An- returned to Starke and in living to learn that she U Improving after '' mother Mrs. C. I. Manassa. of ,> -
Mr. NH't of Ni cif sec 16 IV'
nie' KICharcle: and Mrs. H. M. I with MI. and Mr. F. F. Flume undergoing an operation In Jack Manavsn has lug:: on Nitrtheant;: iI': ;of fa Mfitith: >P>
; Richarde of the Slate Farm spent' u__:.....,...I' sonville. !! recently accepted: a ern Ar Flu.. It. K. tratk, all in Townphlp -
position!! as the Florida representa1 A H. It. 20 .Kant: nod rontatnlnKiiu F
Thursday in Jacksonville, Mrs. E;. E. Brownlee has return. -'----'-'-'--------- 1 I **..le, "ware or ,lens. .
for the
Monogram Picture
I led \\ hl'-h raid. p,'tittuu will lie l"IU") 'ispan
-- "
Miss I' to her home after upending E.: L. Middle-ton" of Jacksonville ,, Company. the petition mv on file] In thtsaid
Gertrude Heering of Green some time in Gainesville with herson is recuperating at the home of his <'nmt, fisted' Uetolt; ; r 2nd: \ I'.I37.Nora : .
... Cove -- Kn linardlan.
Springs was the |hp
Wednesday
guest -in-law and daughter Judge parents. Dr. and Mrs W E. 'MI<)- 18..41.1".2
night <>f Mr. and Mrs. Edward and Mrs. A. V. Long dleton after undergoing. a major GRAHAM .-- t,
( Burns. M... I.. C. awilh. lTtT*.-m'
; cperatlon in Jacksonville three ,

: I Mt'. and Mrs. W. C. Preston of, and The children Rev. and of Jacksonville Mrs.( M. C. Stlth weeks ago. I I j I I Mr. and, Mrs.-. J, W. Reynolds, I SPECIAL WHILE !
1 -
were --
Jacksonville 'I Mr. and Mrs. Viola Reynolds of
were dinner guests guests Friday of Mrs. Stllh's parents Mi. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan had 'i Jo'alrflt'ld:' and Tampa Mrs. Rosa I
Thursday the STOCK LASTS I IBolt
( evening of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and .f
I I, Lloyd Green. lee Mrs' H. L. Brown- us their guests Monday. Mrs. L. A, ': West brook of Omega Ga. and Mrs. I I Ir
Duncan of Lake Butler Mrs. Gitr- Cleo Hall of Tampa were visiting ,
!I Mr. and ------ land Parnell of Jacksonville and 1 I I the bedside of their mother Mrs.\
,,1 Mrs. William Norris All kinds of drink. cigarette, Mrs. 1 I IGIt. I 4 .
Charles
have I Clogrher of Waycrow. Etta Reynolds Sunday.I
j
II returned home after spending and wiiidnlfhi'M at' Kltt>'" I'liue.Curb 1 I I
a month Mr and Mrs. S. L. Prescott of
with
i relatives In Chicagoand ,
:' see !Ie'" inn and oils.
Washington, D. C. ------- the Ziff section!! were visiting Mr.\ 1
-- -
111 ------ .
I Mrs Geraldine Jernlgnn formerly and Mrs. M.
R. Johnson Friday.
|ina ': i' Kilt).'.. I'ku-e I IH really'"to acneyell. | \\":.'Irs.V.Jackson. T.of Jackson Baconton.. and Ga.Mrs., ar-J. of Ciiimcaville has moved to I I I Mrs. L. I). Easlerllng and children Y t 1

\ I (;i\e IIH a trUI. John DekJe ] rived Tuesday for II visit with Mr. Starke and is living with Mr. and i I Katie I Maud and Cliospa of, ",Yla I
';! / | ( anil. ""lIc'k" 'raror.I, ntanuK'rft.Mr. .me! Mrs., D. P. Carpenter and Mr. Mrs.. Titus Olson. Mrs. Jernlgan |I Ocott, arrived Sunday for a several : i
_. i is employed In the ahom'Caff. '
Orange / ar
& !' --- -- --- and Mrs. T. T. Long. I lays visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Alvarez and. i i and Mrs. J. A. Graves. GRAPH ;
-- -
----- ------- .
i children" have returned from Chad-! i Miss Miriam Jacobs, Clarence --- I i I Mr, and Mrs. D. L. Shaw of La. INK ,'; ':
;)1 burn N. C. where they spent the 1 1I :N'ussbaum and his mother, all of ll.i\ you tried our .nndwlhe, ]J Cross. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. and boa ofCASCADE '., I
p! I past several months (I Jacksonville dinner and short orders? KIU)'.. Place.Mr George Rivers STATIONERY
were Sunday.
I ___ guests ||
I Sunday of Miss Jacobs' parents I Mr. and Mrs. Ancll Norman of MONOGRAMMED i r
Mrs. W. II. Biggs of Luwtey and |I Mr. and Mis. B. Jacobs. ,. and Mrs. Elmo R. Stiuth the Rising section ate visiting her
I ':. Mrs. Ethel Biggs and Hobble Biggs! were guests of R. Stouse In Juck- '
-- parents Mr. and Mrs. R. M. John-
spent luttt Tuesday afternoon in i Mrs. S. F. Hamrick and Mrs. W. - :: Gainesville.Mr. I H. Xolman returned Sunday from guests of Mr. Struth's brotherinlaw son.Mr. 59 .
and Mrs K. Strickland were '
----- ---- Highlands. N. C. where they spent and sister, Mr, and Mrs. W. L. orrER
I and Mrs. William B. Lener- the summer at Mrs. NOlman's summer Edwards, there Friday night. Mr. shopping in Starke Saturday I LIMITED t ,
",!'< man of Penney Farms were guests home. ind Mrs, Struth spent Saturday Mr and Mrs. David Durbin and
Wednesday night of Mrs. Ethel with Mr. Struth's parents Mr and] children of Jacksonville were visit Excellent quality Personally

paper
Biggs. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova and Mrs. W. H. Struth. here in Starke ing: her mother Mrs. C. Fogg1, Monogrammed with
;
.---- ---- children Mary Anne and Carolyn and spent Sunday in DeLand with Sunday your initials in color to match
Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Rlgdon and of Gainesville were guests Sundayof Mrs. Struth's parents Mr. and Mrs. colored edge of paper and en- ,
children of Miami spent the first Mr. C'Hnova's mother, Mrs. E. E. J. H. Tatum. UKPKM: ) ON TIME BEST! velopes.! 12 large sheets, 12
of the week with Mr. Rlgdon'a parents Canova.Mr. Nothing you can take brings note sheets, and 24 envelopes
Large bottle of Graph Ink to
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon. faster relief from acidIndigestionthan
*
match edging on paper. It is a
and :Mrs.: Wesley Andrews' Bisma-Rex. Take a spoonful moneysaving special.! Buy
J. D. Doyle of Jacksonville spent hud as their guests Sunday Mr. and of Bisma-Rex In a glass of water yours today. t'
| the weekend" here. He Will nc- Mrs Leo" Holbrook and little son. after every meal. It acts four waysto

companied back to Jacksonvilleby Men 11, Miss Eurnentine Andrews 1 stop acid-indigestion agonies. (IAKi'ENTER'S ;
Mrs. Doyle and Miss Pat j j nnd Leroy Kelly: all of Orlando. j Buy 11 bottle of 50 doses" for AOc at
] Lnmb'l kA .ry the Rexall Ding Store
----- -- Ciirpen- SAVE wilh SATE
I Mrs. O. L. Beasley and {I ter's, the Rexall Drug Store In
I I Mr. and :Mrs L. S. Hutto and 1F1 ,ytl at T r5Na g DRUGSTC
W. Kincald spent the week-end In j Starke. .Adv.
| daughter, Edna and Garmtit, and
I Tampa as guests of their parents, j j son, Tillman an Mrs.. A. H. Hall IIIiii -----
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden..
I
'I land daughter Sharon spent Sun- r
Jay In Oxford with friends.Mr. I
Mr and Mrs Fred Guy of Jack-
ville were week-end guests of Mrs.Guy's TIP TOPGROCERY
and Mrs. Andrew Muller and v
parents Judge and Mrs. A.
Adkins. Miss lone Searing of Summer
| I New: Jersey arrived Saturday to

spend two weeks with Mrs. Muller"
( Mrs J. E.: Maines and Mrs. Joe
land Miss Sell ring s parents, Mr. .
Williams of Lake Butler were
:
: and Mrs. Charles Scaring While :
c: C. Duncan.Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. I'' here they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Happiness Is so dependent on I I i

-- -- ----- .. Glenn Searing of Jacksonville and good health. And children orJ'Ownups
Mrs. F. B. Cady returned to her Mr. and Mrs. Earl Searing of this In good health even under :I r, 'j 11

Saturday after a three city. the most carefully regulatedlife I I'AKKOTS i OKLETTUCE I' l'
STERNBERGS'I visit with relatives in Hart- are often beset with sickness.
Conn. Never take chances at such a I Each
pi A 71/ c" (
I : mm timego to your doctor at once.
I,i )Irs. G.: F. Odom of Starke left He Is trained to help you. Take his '
!! Miami! Sunday to spend a few iidvice. Follow his Instructions.. I SKKDLKKS:

I j I (! with her mother Mrs W. H. I I COLUMN He'll aid you to regain your normal (GRAPES; 2 Pounds 15c :
and other relative! 'FOR RENT Furnished Apartment health quicker. ft
private bath. Mrs. S. F, And when he gives a presetIp- CELERY Each lOc .
A romplete line of National tires I Hamrick. lip tion, bring it to the Rexall Drug ,
HiTilce for jour automobile. Store where it will be compounded l
)'* Phu-e. !I FOR SALE 18 inch-.roller sugar by a registered pharmacist.Only CRANBERRIES, Quart 20c '
mill in good condition. Cheap for fresh, highest quality ingredients .
--- -- I
The Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Travis cash.18-8-2tp Dalton Carter Lawtey. are usrd. Every piescrlption FRESH TOMATOES 2Lbs. 15c A 1
Lake Butler were visiting Mr. Is double-checked to assure -
; Mrs. Wesley Andrews Thurs accuracy. And, each prescription -
FOR SALK 6 nice lots suitable
REED; JONATIINFA.NCV; EATING
is
priced
I afternoon. for building lights and water reasonably accordingto '.f
the In
Ingredients. Promptness
available sizes 50x100. See James
:
I IIrs.T.. ; Tlllman and Mrs R. Lamb. Starke. It filling is a service you'll appreciate -
Owens of Biiinbridge, Ga. were too. ApplesDoz. 12C ::1
last week of their sister, LOSTPair .hell-rimmed glasses, So bring your next prescription
A. with dark glasses, hooked over to Carpenter's The Rexall StoreIn I
A-Brown.Y-- I, them, Wednesday. Reward. Please Starke- -Look for the Rexall

I' Mr. and 'Mrs. Fred Gordon of ,[,I 1 return< to Mr. L. A. Davis lip Store Sign. -Adv. j No.1 1 POTATOES 10 Lhs. 15c I

and Mrs. L. E. Mose- : I II I .
spent last week-end in Lyons I

I' Vidalia, Gu. !I THE TOAST OF THE TOWN YELLOW ONIONS 3 Lbs. 9c ..1 "

Miss Beatrice Moseley of Jack

spent a few days this week I ... '
CABBAGE
i her mother, Mrs. L. E. :Mose-'I I I, I Iiv 2Lbs.Ztfe: ;1.


Mrs. W. T. Brinson cf Valdosta, I BANANAS 4 Lbs. 15c 1..

I ., was visiting her parents Mr,
Mrs. R. V. Turner in Starke t
I "
I
|: and Sunday. II

I I WHOLE GRAIN RICE 5 Lbs. 17c I
| Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree of '. II I
j were week-end guests II I
I II
i I Mrs. Boree'a parents, Mr. and II I BEST LARD Lb.

G.--H.-Bennett.... ---- I IOc'f "

Mr. and Mrs. V.', T. Zelgler and
son Tommy of Jacksonville Th r I FLOUR 24 Lbs. 75c t

guests Sunday of Mr. and .
.' R. C. Dampier.
___ i I I II OI'K (IIOIfK S No. :-i "'le. tans For f

Misses Lillian Moseley and Ha I PEAS & CARROTS
Moore attended the Stetson- I I
II
football game In Gaines SPINACH 25c

I last Saturday afternoon. ', I PEAS CORN

| Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs will' ,
.. this week-end in Ft. Meade''
I
I guests of their son-in-law and >

Mr. and Mr*. W. M. Do- i, I
TIP TOP COFFEE Lb.
I I 25c
i iW. Yes Coca Cola is the favorite i

I of this I PURE GROUND COFFEE 2 Lbs. 25c
not only town
P. Smith spent last Wednes- [ ,
in Valdosta Ga., on business. but of town throughout t

:: J the night Cordele-Mr." Smith Gainesville at- the every Country. And no FLA. CHUCK STEAK Lb. II '/c

'
in Cordele.
game Wonder, since people ev-

Judge A. Z. Adkins and family erywhere have discovered FLA. RIB STEW Lb. 9c

returned to their home In how the tingling, delicious

after at spending their Kmg theley past Lake four flavor of Coca Cola peps FLA. POR SHOULDER Lb. 15c

you up and keeps you feel ,

Mrs E. M. Davis Jrll.V.. B. ing fit throughout the day. PALMOLIVE SOAP, Bar 5c

Mrs. E. K. Perryman, and SUPER SUDS, Blue Box lOc .
S. L. Peek attended the- Ala. I

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?AGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEGKAPH. 8TAKKE. FLORID FR1DAV. OCTCmu: K
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SHERIFF LOSES: ON HOGS IIlhlPTO.I '=
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ri'y DELAND-.-Sheriff S. E. Stone Ada 11 1-:.::._.tornMorgsnlohn. "....I

Ii IfJ found there a little profit in raising
1.,1. .,
fJ d'l'' J yvAlbout hc gs- -at least for his office. Four I

FARMERS SECTION LIVE STATE NEWS sows and six pigs found roamingIn Geraldlne Mr. Efarru'Bt Johns Mori);, V",

Bradford Co. the woods last May were impounded ( n"
married last '""""*
the sheriff In accordance I I Sunc..v
by .
Conducted by Demonstration Agents News of Florida in Short ParagraphsPROPERTY + Palatka. in
II : with State law and advertisedfor
Mr. and Mrs. W .
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sile. By the time the sale was who
} have been fr
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held the sheriff reported to the severs
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11'
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\ j, Plant City, are vlsiUni. ln
county commission the hogs' feed
relatives here. 'tn.''
14, bill! and other costs had run up toE
APPRAISEDORMOND lUG .'AIILIX! WRECK Mrs. .
I Jas. T.
+ RURAL Hints To Housewives 77r BEACH Propertyhere MIAMI-If the whole family of $ <9. The porkers brought $30 at friends and relative Guy ix '

COMMON SENSE of the late John D. Rockefeller Locked V. Bront and his wife auction, leaving the county with a Head, Ala. ''II.

cif f Weekly from Home Demonstration was appraised last week upon Clara, negroes, had been along $59 deficit. ...- Mrs. W. P. Birt am<

r ) 1} By SPUDS JOHNSON Specialist. Tallahassee order of County Judge; John E. their automobile accident might I GUM': -FARMING- AIDED Mrs. Ira Brown, wer Ihler.;

!! ; d"1 Peacock. The total valuation plac- have taken on the proportions of a Alachua County last Si.". ?g 'In
ed on the property by appraiserswas disaster. As it was, the coupleand TALLAHASSEE While the
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JUDGE: RECIPES Mrs. H.
CIRCUIT GUAVA B.
FLORIDA "SOME: Wiggins
14221. ten of the fifteen of their chil- term "gum-farming" might sound I* Ing 10
PAYS FINE: TRIBUTE TO Heilbronn Springs .
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this
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4 .- dren riding with them on a truck suspiciously like some new form '
k J STATE'S 4-H CLVB 80'8Clean Guava Juice Mrs.
r I' Eva
I HIGH PRICK PAID received Injuries when the ma- of boondoggle since the federal Kempers ,. .1M ,
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f f hearts clear heads, train- Four pounds firm ripe 2 or half-of By T. K. MrCLANE JR. KISSIMMEETwo carloads. of chine left the highway and strucka government asserts that itls_ readyto her home this week aft. volt?
w pound or cups with her
ripe cjuavRS',1: cousin
I .;,d j fd hands that are busy, and robust water (sufficient to barely cover beef calves brought 7.75 on the telephone pole. They told offi- lend money for such undertaking gins. MISSv,7] ',*

l health qualities engendered in ru- sliced guavas). Little damage wan done to the hoof at an auction. The price wasa cers six of their children weren'talong further investigation reveals

N ral girls and boys through training I Wash remove blossom end and Sea Island cotton during the heavy new high for Osceola County. there being twenty-one in the fact that "gum-farming" applies Carl Wynn has ac<*?p '?''SI

r In 4-H clubs- pay dividends not cut guavas Into slices. Add water rains last week. Due to weather Swift and Company's new pack- all. Bront Is forty-nine years old to any owner of pine land, lion as I section foicmm ,,. ,q

only to the youths who receive: the bring to boiling point quickly, and conditions the majority of the cot- ing plant at Ocala bought the and.l his wife is forty-two years old. I I whether he sells his gum as such or S. and.l F. railroad wh 'ne
ton was already mature. However, stock from the Irlo Bronson Ranchat vacancy left by Z. Hi.accepted .
( r + training, but also. to their communities boll fifteen minutes. Strain through I processes It himself. The Federal tat
and their state. This trainIng a Jelly bag. Heat juice to boiling the rains during the first part of j South port. PAINT BRVSH FATAL I'Land Bank advises the Florida a posItion as U T it
I uenox, Ga.
? p builds positive, useful capable pour into hot*sterile jars and seal September reduced our yield per- --- LAKE WALES-Willa Skinner, Forest Service that it Is now Prepared

i4 "" citizenship It counteracts nega or pour into bottles and cap with haps as much as thirty per cent in 'OSTL.Y HORBERYTALLAHASSEE infant daughter of :Mr. and :Mrs. to make loans to owners of Miss Willie Mae H. ''no

4i tive and degrading Influences, and commercial 1 capper Immediately. some cases. I A robbery Eugene Skinner of Sebrlng died pine lands to finance "gum-farm I school of the teachers in th>>, most

f consequently- saves public expense. Guava !Syrup Too, the boll-weevil has damageda which netted- less than $3 will keep Friday morning at the local hospital ing." Such loans will be made spent the week-- ", nor

I Recent Investigation in Florida Four cups guava Juice, 4 cups great deal of the late cotton. Evans Thomas In prison for ten after being- admitted late. through local Farm Loan Associations I ton parents, of Newberry., Mr. and MrsV! ,'amI',
J ; One fact, In boll weevil control; rul- The child, in I
S ha shown that where members of water, 6 cups sugar. years under- u supreme court Thursday afternoon where such exist. The Interest
Miss
a home are actively enrolled in Prepare guava juice as for extraction that all cotton growers Must realIze ing. The tribunal said the evidencewa playing at the home of its grand rates, if obtained direct are Marjorie Hall 'p',, '11.

home demonstration club work and of Juice for Jelly. Com- and that is: The .cotton stalks sufficient to warrant the con- parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Skin- five per Cent or if through an as- I week-end with her Sl ,t"' ShhBea

'11 r following its 8ug estlons.no members bine Juice, water, and sugar, and must be destroyed just as soon as viction and it found no reversible ner near West Lake Wales, found j sociation, four and one-half Clemmie and Myrtice Hal ram. !
on relief until consistency possible after the completion of in the trial procedure. an old paint brush in a jar of kerosene per- pa.
!, of th<- family are boll Immediately proper errors
; cent, with the provision that no Individual __ __
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i. rolls. Although numbers of rural for syrup. Pour into hot picking, as all the squares and chewing on the brush so that u

y t wi people are on relief those from sterile Jars and seal. Serve on small bolls on the plants continueto INSANITY: CASES" ;' ONLY: quite a/ bit of the kerosene was may obtain more than The United States! u. the
i raise and fatten boll weevils and swallowed. $50,000 and the payment period world In good roads with ...
"home demonstration" homes are griddle cakes or as sauce for ice TALLAHASSEE The Cabinet ose!
be from
; y them in to with- may one to fifteen years 1000.000 miles of
get; good shape .-- improv.
.J of themselves roadways
1 taking care cream: and puddings. Instructed Superintendent Therrellto depending on the -
income-producing
f I t% jtl It Is equally true that boys do- (Gum Milk Shake stand the winter. Also, the plantsare accept no patients at the State ENTITLED: TO PAYMENTTALLAHASSEE : I capacity of the timber concerned. of concrete and more roads.than 100.00<' miles

t ing active 4-H club work are almost One cup milk, 1 1-2 teaspoons putting out new shoots from Hospital C in Chattahoochee unless -The widow of I

Y never in trouble which brings sugar If juice is used. 1 1-3 table- the bottom of the plant, which If their insanity Is proven. Two cases a workman who died of sunstroke j --

L them to courts or causes them to spoons guava syrup or 4 table- warm weather continues will form were called to the board's atten- while laying pipe at Miami Beach BOREE FUNERAL HOME

be incarcerated in prisons. This spoons guava juice. small boll and squares to feed the tion in which patients suffering is entitled to payment under the' Full lini of Caskets. A: Undertakers

4 { fine tribute was paid to 4-H club Combine Ingredients pour into u weevils. Consequently, it behooves from tuberculosis were committedto Workmen's- Compensation law the I AMB1i7LANCE SERVICE SUIIPU'IJ

J1 boys recently by Judge Hal W. glass jar and cover with a tight every farmer to destroy the cotton the hospital supreme court said today. The DAY AND NIUHT

f, Adams of Mayo, Florida, presiding fitting lid. Chill and shake Ingredients stalks. The best method that has -- .-- -- court affirmed the Florida Industrial 53 PHONE 53

J t c justice in the state's circuit court thoroughly. Serve in a been found so far Is to pull the WHAT :NO "' 1.1:11111BLOUNTSTOW commission's award of 346 3-7 I O. H. BENNETT' Mgr.

covering seven counties: tall glass. stalks, let dry and burn them on a ," The voters weeks pay to Mrs. Andrew Jerome "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"

"In my work I have to deal with GuavaletA still day. This kills all of the eggs played a trick on Corley Newman. Maxwell whose husband was a victim -

1 many young men who have fallen Two cups strained cooked guava and larvae that would hatch out In a referendum they elected New- of sunstroke Aug. 29, 1935, I
7; into wayward paths, and In my If the plants were left on the at Isles in
pulp (pulp left from jelly making man to the office of Calhoun while employed Sunny
,,1 invest Ign tion of these cases dur 2 ground. In northern Miami Beach by Alexan
be used 3 1.2
may ), cups sugar, ____ County prosecuting attorney.
ing many years of experience in tablespoons cold water, 1-2 cup the same election they defeated n der Orr, Jr., Inc.I'PHOLDS. I 4

J our courts, I have yet to see my chopped pecans, 1-4 tablespoon gel- Attention Turpentine Farmers: proposal to establish a county ---. I
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4 first 4-H club boy before the court atin. Stop und calculate your costs and court, Officials said since there CONVICTIONTALLAHASSEEThe

r "as a violator of the law. The ...It profits on the following figures: won't be a court, Newman can't
+ Cook pulp and together un- supreme
club teaches respect for law and.l sugar A ten inch slash pine tree yields hold
til mixture is very thick and seemsto .office. court unanimously upheld the conviction -
constituted authority. It trains its us much gum In one season as a .
leave the sides of the pan. Use of Charlie Holland for
members- BO they may grow into five inch tree does in three sea- i LITTLE POWEK SHOWN I
a very low fire and stir mixture burning a church whose congregation -
Ii useful men and women who can sons; or to put It another way-as!
+ frequently to prevent burning. GAINESVILLEPlaying;> on n objected to his beer
look out the world through much gum from one of ten
upon crop
I. Soak gelatin la cold water for five slippery field and with a wet ball, The courts opinion, written parlor'l
clear eyes, and with a fine understanding Inch trees as from three crops of,
minutes; melt over hot water and I Florida failed to show a great deal tice Roy Chapman, said ,/ I
of life and its five Inch trees.A .
l' 1 responsibilities. add to guava pulp. Remove from of power here Saturday and was "hoer suloon" near Esto, Fla., was
a' They seek an honorable fire cool, add nuts, and pour intoa ten inch Lonf Leaf Pine yieldsas limited to an 18 to 0 victory by closer to the church than the law

r place in the world and.l purpose toy buttered shallow pan. When cold much gum in ONE season as a Stetson. It was the first game of permitted, and friction developedwith
!,1' attain it and then fill It with honor

five inch tree would in FIVE AND
cut Into 1-inch squares and wrap I the season for the DcLand outfit, the congregation. Holland
and credit. They are taught each piece in wax paper. ONE-HALF seasons; or as much and the second for the Gators who burned the church, it was recounted el
,' that it takes work to win, and that I
a 'I "Spired' GtuiMi; Butter gum from one crop of ten inch still are showing the effects of the and upon being found guilty in
; ; life makes its return in I
propor- trees in one as from five
I Eight; cups cooked guava pulp season smashing game they had with the Homes County circuit court,
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left from and one-half crops of five inch Louisiana State a week ago was sentenced to two years in the
'l (pulp jelly making may
"fttl
l i be used), 6 cups sugar, 3 table- trees I penitentiary WILL flNl> IT H&&
This shows there Is direct .. O('STS OFFICIAL .
spoons grated fresh ginger root no (;()\ : -- -

r $1,000 3-4 teaspoon ground all-spice 3-4 proportion between the size of the ;, TALLAHASSEEGovernor U'AMI-OI'T" ('. n.ES DEATH

if teaspoon ground cinnamon, 6 tablespoons tree and the flow of the gum. I Cone suspended W. R. Faircloth, JACKSONVILLE-Shannon It. a

lemon juice ((2 lemons). I I Holmes County tax collector, on Oglesby, 52. Duval County farmer, I Eap c MCCALES

Press guava pulp through n sieve Now Is the time to plant your.I charges of misfeasance, malfeus- was almost instantly killed whenan tH-

C1\Sf1 II before measuring the quantity, add Fall garden. There are 'many I I lance, Incomptency and neglect of automobile! in which he was rid Story Pictorial e ttER t oMEitd

i i't I remaining ingredients and cook crops which will grow and thrive duty In office. State auditors reported ing turned over in a washout on srtvle FARM asdaUGNAL

until thick in a heavy aluminum on moist. well-drained soil and.l I I Faircloth failed.l to remit to the Old Plank Road near Marietta. ?

,t {kl kettle. Stir frequently to prevent rome will even withstand considerable proper account $9,190.40, that his Duval County road patrolmen said

r monthly burning. Pour Into hot sterile Jars, frost. Such vegetables as ,i cash account lacked $8,033.83 of Oglesby and! J. G. Lloyd, both of
A mcdti dopoa! .ith.r i scullion spinach, collards and rutabagas and.l that he overpaid C
4 adjust cover, and I)balancing whom liver near Marietta, were returning ,
'r iM1 qu.rl.rly umi-annually or nnmllv In may stain! In the open through the I commissions to himself. home from Jacksonville.The Ya CA mCIran ralGn
.rtific.t.." will .tiuro to what they put into it. They winter. Mustard _1 D G ,
our "Saving C turnips, carrots, I -r---.--- heavy rains of the past few 9sY V. ,,Bgr An JoumaL
you of., $1,000 in cash In. 120 month. umpire to live *n toe good!, clean, beets radishes, lettuce onions, MUST NOTIFYTALLAHASSEE days had inundated the road on ( Ae Hom N Mid N'd' 0 f011as a Aeuntry Nonr, Rat M+ 2!Yn$,

Ea ,"- plus full !luur.nc. protection; during that pure air of decency and respectability English: \ peas, and cabbage will all -- The State which they were riding at a slow 0 6roHr r 1 Yd D emrT ..igeltN ".1 ycNrpr

o I time Many oth.r attractiva faaturai. and to avoid the foul, unclean withstand.l considerable frost. Board of Education is considering rate of speed the patrolmen said, Fa.K. MaON D :: ; :;:: iv M-' 1 YL
t t disreputable _
atmosphere produced by O Md/lrs YM1 D + 1
Rich soil should be selected.A disciplinary. action against teachers and the road caved in with the automobile Pictun poAO CSR.1
or lawless conduct. Up- Motion Yrt VP,
j .. good deep seed bed should be who break contracts without the car turning over. e ,' Yr. MIuln---1
l gssdMa
BNS Yr,
( on them and.l others like them this (
v a f'
nation must, depend for its future prepared and fertilizer of 5-7-5 analysis sufficient notice to county school --.---=- 0 0pm' Mi.clnl -i yaa Q a:4: +lar Meehaoi R 4 Ynd
a, uiNiii- should be broadcast at the boards State Supt. Colin English: "IIU'ES" C.U'SE: DEPRESSION oopatunllYYsotln. Yt. World -1 yr,
for 'e
and the
7 citizenship, perpetuation _
Roa -1
i rate of four reported to the board that one eentt ll/ Yr,
e pounds 100 tl Ytr.
of the principles of justiceand per square WEST PALM BEACH, -There's pthtndNq.rua / O Poulf nth Rod
i teet of garden. This should l be county had complained of difficulty d ,.. ?, p"Shp '..
COMPANY e liberty on which it is founded.It a depression In the meat business parodtt Y D p roan, -.1 v4

4 ...... .. ........ ... ........ should be a happy privilege to broadcast and.l well mixed with the I in keplng teachers.- Several had ,here this week and the butchers I 8IrN i.ulW lei '1 W' D Rho'eem h. F+ra" 1 N,
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= arlu.a. = - provide them with every opportu- soil at least ten nays before plant quit to take better paying jobs just blame it entirely on the "blues." 4 Stuls. u11 Yt. D Waamy'BwOrl Jea 1

;;linear- -: -Without;- obligation; ; ., plate nity possible"for their growth and needs ing. Practically some fertilizer air- and Florida this will soil said.before the opening of school he Butchers said today their business a its cDShuten0 "" 4 Yr YL,

development. has fallen off
tall ma how I can. obtain. $1,000 ta Insure that the plants get a complete ------ ..-- approximately fifty
since
- -- percent a spectacular run of
month plus full Inmr nci fertilizer. RECORD IH.OO.M: FORECAST:
cash In 120 Insist
Kansas City's ball park which that some bluefish- started in the ocean and GET WHAT YOU WANT PAY FOR WH/1T YOU&lorrea
pfotaction., :V ... .-, .- cost $410,000 when It was built in of the nitrogen is obtained from PALATKA Richard Forester, inlets late last week. They expect -
S --,0;;:.::: ..... -. ., _.. (the organic sources' Jacksonville landscape artists In the t MO. i orrra RO. I SThl.
-' was meat .
-- -" )J022, sold! to Jim JS'ew York I depression to con-
Nam.. -';.-r--- -' ....,.......,-I., ...... Veikees; for 200000. The gardener will want to addside I I charge of the horticulture develop- tinue for ten days or two weeks, It....._.. 1 Ye. All For seas Only ThIs N__... I _.. For AH Only Four

; ( dressing of nitrate of soda ment of the Ravine Gardens here, when, they "the will MoqoitBatoomCioup } 1f
hope, people 6 B 40
I' droil--.J : -- - I $ 3 kMoamiGrououp A .
11 f" '' .... When a Connecticut power com- after the plant are well rooted. I I predicted at a meeting of the :Municipal be so tired of eating fish that a 2e10 f$2

pany needed.l a reservoir it dammedup Many farmers do not bother with'' Ravine Gardens Commit t tt hot-dog will be a delicacy."

i' 1--; ';' ;:: _ r.Fi a valley, creating Candlewood fall gardens and yet always have I I tee that the bloom In the gardens 4-.- OFTEN NO. t OITCH HO. 4
--: lake. the spring gardens. All the above I t this season would be double that of ItEIUTLOXIS: COSTLYTALLAHASSEEDr This Nawfpapti 1 Y"\1 AH fom. Thla 11__.. 1 YrMav .'. AD Su!'

plants' can be with any previous year. Proper fertilization 2 Mallala.e A 1'0.Oall' 2 grown fairly from A
A. J. Lo- | Group > Group >* ** ttfl
I I'ur' and elimination of weeds
good success. the fall this Ma.a.lD. I .25 \\X'
During gle director of division of B $2 3 Maqaite.a
\UI'1t :MOIOIlIIH the account for the the tuberculosis -|I 1 loom Group from B )
4.EV: THE: 'U.. on OF I will! enable each family to have I during summer I / Croup -
has estimated
Florida'slr
I flesh vegetables on the table at all anticipated Increase:
+ K OOLMOTORG __ .. .. ._ I from tuberculosis last year THIS NEWSPAPER ;M v-EAR AND ANN OMg Of THS
I times and will also reduce the food

A SOLI' N E: A N D OILS I hill conll
M\K VIATIONS IN \IIPOItO fOl'NTVHE: AT 1'OCitt diseases are'not nearly so prevalent ST. PETERSBURG Milton I Amancan Fruit G._..______ 1.75 Motion Plctur. _--- Jj,
II I estimate on H statistical study Amarlcan Mall ola. _____ 1.13B Opan Road lot BoT I T"Opportunitr JJj
t L1' :.E11iCF: WITH A COMPLETE LINE: OF during the fall us they are during O'Neal;> negro painter did not lose I made in Florida several .tt.r Homaa and Oaidau_ 1.00 Maq Dln. J".

CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS the summer. I consciousness when he fell seven years ago Br..d.r' Oaialta _________ 1.70 Faranta Maqaiina I 1,10
; and also upon figures from a major | Cappar'a Format _________ 1.75 Fathiindar (waakly) 2'11
Il a 111E .NEXT: TIME POUR :MOTOR RI'NS: HOT. GET: THAT Every farmer should have a fall I,' stories from the roof of a local insurance company. There were Child U(. ______________ l.tJ Fhraleni! Culture iIi
IiOOI.lICI'flUJII: KKOM( : ONE OF THESESTATIONS garden, made up of those crops hotel A tile ledge between the Christina Horal4 I.SO FhotopUry I 00
approximately: l.OOO deaths from) Cold..'. W..UTDixie Pictorial 1.- ....
b : JOHN' IMH.KKS (fi.llllfm 111Koud) that will withstand cool tempera I sixth and seventh floors deflected the disease In the State in 193fJ. Counny. I 'P- 1.0 1.75 Fopula Machanlca* __--=- aaz>

Kitty's Dad Penders 13-28 tures. O'Neal's fall so that he landed on Dolln.ato. _ _ 1.15 ..,ulaI' Sdanca Monthly' -. 211
-- the of rather thanon The average loss to Florida for |I II Poultry lour al,_ .- 1.75 Sad!. If... (t.chnlcah-) 115
-- grass a parkway each death Form loumnl. s Tr__ 1.10. Hadbaek Maqaiina 41
West End Sta. Harrison's Brooker wan placed at $10,000. 9
( ) Don't \Vunh tICIC": the pavement. His 200-pound I n.14 sad nrw- I.IS Rarlaw ., BaTtawaMOT 200
I II .....
Flowat 1eNe.t.
Orowar
I 1.45
D. E. ROBERTS Agent Eggs have a natural bloom to body made a deep impression in I Horn Arta-NaadkcroJt 1.10 ...... ipa ipp
WANTS I'lV"
rp ( i them when fresh. When stale they the ground but the negro suffered GAMBLING: C Houaa and Cardan. 1.45 Waam.. 200Ho..b..ld
RR1D1'OItDN1' ON C'Ol NTIESUORTIHNGTON
'S' P become broken and bruises. KEY WEST Florida's island< ; Maaoiln 1.70 Ipsi_*:AJIo14 170
only leg
a
!SPRINGS slick or shiny. This bloom W.ol&ly I.SO I r........, -_ 225Llriraarr
stems to be made up of tiny pores city may become the Monte Carlo PIli." 4.50 Naiad !110
In the shell which may be seen DEBT TRAPS FARMER: of the western hemisphere- if plans M.Can'S Maganini" 1.00 Wa-M7Vorld .

TALLAHASSEE: now well formulated are carried
upon close examination. When a Borrowing

t, r 1 hen seta on the egg a few days, money from the government to buy out. The Key West Citizen this THIS OFFER FULLY AC ,

v when the egg becomes old, or whenit feed and fertilizer and not payingIt week reports the consummation of I -a.-

i \ For Expert RepairingSmith's it washed these tiny pores become I back on time got John H. Thomas a deal between Lloyds of London I I
F' ,,' ', I II stopped up and the egg can- I'II Leon County farmer, in trouble and a great gambling syndicate for I I i Gentlemen] I IJ

not "breathe" with consequent_ I Ideterioration' on a federal liquor charge Investment of $50.000,000 in the enclose II_ foe'which please eared methe I

I In quality. For that I! here. The U. S. district attorney development of a modern Monte I magazines J have checked, together with aI I

i r r1iP I reason eggs should never be wash 'prepared default judgments Carlo on the island. Details of the I year' subscrlptloll to your De.aparer I

{ loo Garage ed If they are to be sold on the against Thomas' personal propertyin gigantic project have necessarily II

market.: A better way is to wipe order to collect the $26 he owed been kept secret and all interested -

I y t, in them off with a dry cloth or sandpaper for his feed- bill. A deputy U. S. refuse to disclose any ma |, Name_ I
Citizen
Phone 120 the spot of dirt off with a marshal was sent to his farm in ative to the plans. The I I.
xN II I
ry Street or :R P. D
f states however that Informationfrom
I piece of sandpaper or emery cloth. i I I Ward community to find something I
.. to attach. During his inspection -I a reliable source reveals I J
; Q Wrecker Service Day or Night I U. S. Civil- -service-employees t-I, I of the premises, be found a those! Interested areusoclate that\\] Town and State -Jc I

iyt I i tal more than 800,040. I !email still and a barrel of ma.'h. the late Henry M. Flaglur.n | -------- -----





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\"., OCTOBER 8.: 1937 BRADFORD COUNTY TEUCan.VFB. STABKE. FLORIDA .a P.OE SEVKHSTVltlvK '

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HlfllOT DIRECTORY I short. A postman she thought FLA. STATE FARM hoats at a bridge party Friday I Miss Doris Brown was visiting -il

contemptuously She wu forgetting night entertaining Mr. and Mrs J. her slater Mrs. J. L. Bi'ant ley the
BVPTIST CHURCH THE BRID'h Mr. Bryan \\hltrle...., Cor.' I
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Hlt Pastor herself. Well-bred young women P. Waren. Mr and Mrs. William \ firstof, last week 's.

,Ret I.. .\. :shepherd 10 o'clock a. m. /y did not bother about such lowly After completing an engineering North und Mr und Mrs. Jim Ritchof Lewis Brosky of Branford was 1 '

sun school. ( I creatures. course In Los Angeles Cuk. P. D. Starke und Sir and Mrs. W. c.l'endlL'y \ visiting his aunt Mrs.\ J I Man.1

A. ,,ma Worship<. Supt., 11 a. m. WORE RED With rising excitement, she took ancher: Jr.. arlved Tuesday (10 wnij Mr and Mrs. Ivan Ha-[ ning; last. week. ''t},,

)i, ,air> U. meets at 6:30: p. m. ; ap the pen. ""Anne" she wrote visit, his parents Mr and Mrs. P. tf'lof the State Farm. The room Mrs May Tlson was visiting '; '

? Worship. 7:30.: and. after a second's hesitation, ;?: Fancher. Mr. and ilrs. Fan- of their home were tastefully decorated Mrs\ O. L. Brown Monday, .'

vi >ng Meeting. Wednes- seam.nea rvehl'NOI'.1't 'Vivaldi." The boys had picked up chtr and their son are now enjoying for the occasion with marigolds Miss. Edna Bryant was visiting

6 s 'eachers, tn.k her luggage and she was moving an automobile trip to points of As holder of high score Miss Bessie!' Tyler Monday morn-' ,
>;is p "
dst .- Prayer service, Wed- toward the stairS when a young .nterest In the southern part of the among the ladies Mrs. Jim hitch Ing.

ti I' m.MKrnoDis.r. : C'mintrmalU Is anti I Inherited my; position of postmaster man sauntering b;)', stopped state. was given an old.. fashioned candle 1

nl'H', .. ,30 P. one of 1 the old l | nrMocrits; of and telegraph operator I "Good I afternoon Signor Pal" Mr. Herbert Kllch Mr. H. M.FusHell. \ holder'and' Mr.\ North received the weSend '

CHURCH: Trieste. lit |I..H loud of evpound- Irons my father" He clucked {10 Nobill said unctuously. Mr. William\ Graham, Mr men's prize a desk set. At the Us Your Kodak Films '

Pastor hug hi- theorydaft life IH the and afterthought I O. A. Monteith and Mr. James d_ _'-- _'- ..... for e\elopment. One day sere
Msher.
R, \\. .\.. n great donkey added UK an Hwll'se.s were riveted on Ann! conclusion the' games! ir '
school-lO a. m. roulette! wheel nntl n man's ttta- "My grandfather was Dennis of Starke and Mr. B. C. Ritch served a delicious. Ice. and first class work guaran ;
v a I "Good afternoon Nobili. Fine day teed.Ve make enlargements
III? Worship-11 a. m. tlon in life purely the result of postmaster! too." Prince Mr. Jack Piince, Mr. Russell course. n'l ; up
ng Isn't; IL"Annl to hall Inches Give UtI a trial. :
th League-6:45: : p. m.gventng chance IIU young hlcntl, Uiidl Annl looked at him uncertainly. Mr. Dugger and Mr. Whit- t

FI'w: Worship-7:30 p. m. Pal strongly. disagrees. with him. Surely he WitS Imposing on her felt her spinetingle as sheascended field of the State Farm patrlclpat- Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johns and CARICAUINK'S: L\WTEY

meeting, Wednesday at Ono night I( Arnmlhi visits I a waterfront good. nature. Why should she be the stairs There was no ed in deep sea fishing at llomosasaa Claude Jr., and Kenneth
'I doubt that she b11 made Impression sons ,
Ira safe tad! meets .tnnl. interested. In his life story? Then < an during the week-end. with relativesIn 1i
week-end
I1L spent the
) him. All her self-con
you ,are invited to all these services one of the entertainers.. He of. curiosity vanquished discretion.' on Mr. and Mrs\ A. A. Jordan had Sanderson. i '
fidence flowed back Pal.
ler her too weeks, lit fushlon.i- "Don't you ever think of getting i Signor as their guests for several days ---- -.-..- ... MODERN KITCHENS
.
How and
Ida l l Terrento w here Kudl In slay- away from her, to some place handsome selfpossessedhe last week Mr. and Mrs. J. Hubert f :

losewooil Baptist Church log with his fiancee. Nhi: ulll) I where you can amount to something was. she thought. Here was the Farmer and their son Jimmle, of DOUBLE RUN netcf ufalli and filoot* '

i,. t;. Hemingway Pastor hum clothes. 111111'mO1l'Y but ? ort of man who had always been Dothan Ala. \11'11.: "'. -t. Tyler, (.'01'. .:

K."P Sunday. BibleStud when lie "I do amount to tunnelhlng. It's on the other side of the barrier. ,
ca every she returns It will OMT.She --- 1\.1rs-J.:
at 3:30: I And now that barrier was down. Mr and \ L. Urantley and
t i, 15: a. m. Services : must not ionic complaining an Important position you know. filth Meet,
> She was free to meet him, to know little son, Roger spent Sunday
'clock In afternoon. to him Sometimes as miny as a hundred The Woman's Club held Its regular
0 him and his kind. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. O.
\PT1ST- CHURCHKev letters come through in one day. meeting In the club rooms L. Brown.
RF1IIKI': Alone in her suite, she began to
Not of
every day course, Just
L. .\. Donnley. Pastor Chapter 'I wo sometimes." His sparkled. explore Her smil,le was radiant ns Tuesday with the president airs Ancil Brown of Koxbury Va., Colorful waterproof,greaseproof
every first Sunday. eyes Kelsey, presiding The Important has returned home. and e.. to cben Tile needs no fupkeep \
services, : "Once there was a money order fora she threw open. closet doors, peeked now y
feature of the afternoon the
was
2:30 m. The train was nearing Tetrentoand t I
: p. redecoration
Sunday School, thousand lire." Into the spotless. bathroom rev- Albert Brown of the Olustee C C or
and Prayer Serviced Ann! watched the passing election of officers for the coming without obligation i'
Obi Study; erently stroked the while silk bed Camp hall now returned home Estimate given
night. landscape. Her were wide and The curt rattled over a .small year as follows: President: Mrs\ work ;
Saturday: eyes to the win. Mr.\ and of on new or modernising j
Then she I Mrs. Rlgdon
every: spread. ran I Lacy
/t'
shining like those of a who boulder and Annl was thrust sud- A. M. Rlcharde; First Vice Piesi-
person low ivlow her. in the tree wasa Miami who hat been In west Florida
Churchturning -
st. MiirL's KplBfOpal realizes for the first lime that the Jmly against him. For a brief sec Jent: Mrs.\ Griner; Second VicePresident ('ENTR.\L FLt. !
and Sermon on bird's nest the mother robinchlt1lng visiting the bedside prayer is alive ond she felt the steel strength of : Mrs. Wallace; Secretary TILE: \KMIJK: !
and fourth Sundays at steadied to her two fledg-ings. Annl are visiting friends anti relatives 'OMP.1NYfi
nd his aim as he her. Her : Mrs. Wallace; Treasurer: ( :
Sum Communion Saints! Thud l. one short day had changedher ..Ial'etlln acute wonder It was the here.
Holy color was high as she moved away :Mrs. Townsend. 707V.. Boundary
& at 10 a. m. Litany and choir life. and said breathlessly; "I mean to closest to nature she had ever been.A Mrs. Chapman gave an interest Mr.\ and, Mrs\ W. II. Conner was t. .. -\"

praHic every Friday night at 7:30p. : She thought back with incredulity become rich, important, respected." door opened behind her. "\VhoIs ing review of "The Last Pilgrim visiting Mr. and. Mrs. P. D. Reddishof C.IIII'\' '. 1.'lorltla : ffKEYMcCABE :i

m to the previous mOl nlng. It had "You mean ambitious." He It?" age." Hellbronn Springs Friday night "r '

taken every ounce of courage to clucked again to the donkey. "I "The maid Signorina. May I unpack At at the end of the meeting a

C'hrUtlan Church enter Guilt's und ask for the traveling used to think it would be wonderfulto for you?" social hour was. enjoyed during I ':r
Christian Church I (,
Surviies! at?the suit In the window. She with go to Vienna Paris maybe She smiled proudly. A maid to which punch and cake were nerved
and eveningat
every Sunday morning o'clock respectively her tight-fitting mended dress and Rome." He shrugged. "I got overit. unpack for her. Oh glorious luxury by the hostesses Mrs. Citner. Mrs.\ FUNERAL HOME l I

eleven and seven cheap beret But Count Armalia's I see so many people at the ho "Yes please come In." Roberts and Mrs\ Geiger

name had been magic. tel who come from these cities."ItU'OtiMlicunuiuaJ.Siffnor ""'hll-h dress will Signorina wear
:MK.S. I.. C. MerABK.': 1.1I.lyltt'odant
.
Lake. Baptist ChurchRPV to dinner? Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Naswoilhy
hbigrley! turned and l her
Annl suddenly
.
Bohannan, Pastorpreaching and children and, Mrs. Lula'I'lIker.

Ivan services every fourth eyes dilated. The maid was Maria. son and her little granddaughter, I.T: "'. (''',arch St. 30. xt. fieornn St.
Maria who had worked, at The Cordillera -
Allen Wilkerson of llalford
o'clock A. M. were
Sunday 10:30: : Marie who knew her and
guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. Griffl.i I ..J.'KSOS'U.LF..I"ST.. .\(' .:, ITA.
all she stood for Her spine was n
Sunday: Mrs. Wilkerson and Alleen
1 column of Ice. remained for extended visit
I before she, in .nettled, an riumc 5-I3.1H: Phone 37
JONES (Almost with Mr. and Mis.\ Griff

BOB .\lInll... confronted<< try' her .past.Will Mrs. J. G. Godwin Is in New

On Here .\larl..))ro\e enemy orfriend' York City having gone on a sightseeing __ ._ __ H __
Comments : : Don't miss reading trip! with a group( of friends...

And Hereafter ..r--L-, \ 111"utnnl'. further nilxcn- Prom Starke.
lures. In next week's. Install
UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO.
""'lIt.)
Bridge Party (hen
There are very few men who can __ +. _- ---
and hold positions +a r Mr. and Mrs Sanford Hitch were I. ('. :\11'\III'':, President
keep their humility ?::tnns; ; CnTO
of power. It Is so easy for C

people o become self-centered. The .\1TK\U: I'OK (KKOMri.SIO.N: f'h....... INDUSTRIAL LIFE INSURANCE

writer happens to know a prominent i I The Telegraph is again on the Malaria

statesman who was at onetime select list, of weeklies picked: by the 666 In 3 days VCKSONV1M.F, .
spiritually-minded tirut I Creomulslon Company Atlanta
a very ." he retorted "But great COLDSTrr
Indication Ga. to run a series of advertisements -
man. He now shows every I latter can cfa unusual R. H. Geiger G. L. Sapp'
their Creomul-
on product '
back-slidden spirit -
of having bittlgJ.rr } 'Jn: ; first day
ually. He has been blinded bypow'r shin, a prescription for Coughs. and CALVM Ile.d:,,rh ., tDROP. Iteprenentnllvp. IteprenentutKe
I Bronchial Irritations due to colds.Creomulsion allnaleaTry
He doesn't realize his con- MllubH".TI.m"Wurhl'. Steal

I ilition AH power comes from uon. In brilliant array there had been They aren't happy. To be happy I thousands of ,doctors recommended and, druggists bj. Llalravnt d"

I It statesmen would only realize In brilliant array there had been you must be contented. To be con I
sold all stores
is by drug
1 this it would mike a difference displayed for her lingerie sport I tented you must find your place In All druggists are authorized. to refund
life. No clothes evening Finally this world and stay there. I m I .
I toward gowns.
In their attitude the price to cus
purchase any
I man could rule for one moment I there had been the- luggage shops [ happier than most people." I tomer if not satisfied with the reo WAKE UP! ,
will of God. I and beauty salons.Gloatingly A cloud of dust appeared and a
the permissive '
without I suits from the very first bottle. i :
Man may rule without the direc- she caressed the pigskin speeding automobile shot past ,

I live will of God. God is all power. bag at her feet In It, US the them. I' Scotland Yard has l "
ful. No man could think or breathewere piece de resistance. of her whole I Iwaroll'obe "What was that ? mote than 17.000 suspected person: MR. BUSINESSMAN

it not for the power Imparted reposed the coveted red "Car from the hotel! My cousin by fingerprints In a single year '

| by the Omnipotent God. : evening dress glistening with Pietio must" hive delivered your I -

a bead:) It was symbolic somehow. telegram. Miniature\ I lathes I for orange peelIng .

Yeuis In a southern state a flaming torch to light her way; "Why didn't you' stop it?" she consisting of a knife on a movable 1
ago enchantment.The demanded( furiously. I I
into this world of
there lived an old community athe- arm which removes the peel as;
read train puff-puffed to a atop How?" handle Is turned are featured bj
I ist. He was a little\ better I 'I a ;
than the average man around him. her bags were placed on the plat- This won. Slowly she began to | Cuban fruit stands. .

God found herself quitealone. relax and n contented smile curvether .
The atheist used to laugh at I fcim und she r1t. I
I whentouts would be gatheringIn I There was: a hollow apace[ lips. After all it was better tc 1KAIN; SC'HIJlULK: II I

the sky. He would shake his i within her. It was so quiet. Just a accept this. beautiful country with Our schedule changes April 25tt

fist at nod; and say "God kill me few queer twittering sounds., its strange people The hotel would and trains will run as follows 1i
But no car. No still be there when she arrived.
because I am an atheist. Then Birds, probably. Southbound F
he would. laugh and say "God diJ- driver. No one. Startled she realized that some t -\i iI

n't kill me, you notice" The athe- I She whirled swiftly as a low thing of Guilio's own peace and No. 1-Due Starke 11:31: P.M;!,
"Tell No. IS Due Staike 4-97: P.M
calm had invaded her. me, -
voice said "Signorlna you
tat was so blasphemous Christians mellow
she said\ dreamily "are these trees No. 107-Due Starke 9:16: A.M "
hesitated to visit him. One day a ,, are going to the hotel ? :'.
this beautiful?" No. 191-Due Starke 10:39 P.M .
cloud. was coming up. The athe I The young man was tall and lean always l;
"No, Signorina. Yesterday, they Northbound
the careless of standing
ist's little girl was playing in with a way
were less beautiful and tomorrow, I rIM! '
yard under the tree. Lightning swinging forward from the hips. No. 2--Due Starke :5.00 A.M

struck the tree and killed the litI I.I His eyes were the clearest gray she they will be more. No. 10-Due Starke U.1U:: AM I ] 1MI

I tie girl. The atheist picked up the I I had ever seen as If they had never "You really believe that ? sheCaked No. 108-Due Starke :5.00: P.M /] ',1 iA '

hfeli'SH" form of the child and car- heard of a secret. the!! felt an odd .! queerly "And" you have lived Starke and Wannee Branch -. .

ried her Into the house and put her : stirring In her breast that had here all your life ? No. 101-Leaves Starke 1:00: A. M __ -

In bed. He went Into a rage./ "Why never been there before. To cover He nodded. "When I was very No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50: P. JIlL d .t'.t''i
she asked young, I saw a pine tree In the A
1 lont you kill a man you Christians I I the unwonted feeling Daily except Sunday
-.now. I wanted to grow like that
driver?
God? Match arms with a brusquely, "Are you the T. J. GRIPS IN.'
tall and and
straight strong.
I
cousin Is. .i
I
"No Signorina but my
man. You are a wonderful God to I I
Then when I was older I saw a 1 '
other cousin
kill Only Pietro--that's my ii
a little child. he said. Neigh. .
poplar In the sun and it laughed.And
must have been late with the NFAUH INJUPANCF
burs ,
began to gather. They were I wanted to laugh like that" / :;,
hotel did not
preparing to shroud the dead child. telegram so that the .
,IlZ1
There was: a miment<< of s.lence. ,, ,
time. I am so sorry. L
The send the car In
atheist reached down to pickup
Anni looked at his lean brown

un axe to cut some wood. An ." I hands slack on the reins, and aud- A dependable prescription for Cold Jt

'Insert under the axe-handle bit She asked sharply "And am" Jenly had a queer desire to slip her Chills,Fever,MaUria.and InfluenzaAt
him. lie II expected to walk to the hotel? 25a tend '
died within a few hoursof own> trembling fingers over them."You're drag stores or stamps to '
blood.polson. God didn't need "No no Signorina." With easy ....... Dm CaJaekionville.FU. 1 ( .f
I've
the strangest postman t
a Bash of lightning to kill the athe- strength he slung the mall bag ever met she said slowly. / + 4 e .
Anni felt a tiny
lstAll over his shoulder. J
He hidean
j had to do was to And has Signorina met many '
to her
down .
insect involuntary thrill rare 'I
| under the handle of an ?" .
axe. HOW God toes. "You may ride to the hotel postmen
helpless man Is.
Her chin Jerked up. "Of course
ran hale a germ that cannot be with the mail and me If you wish. "
.seen. Following his gesture she saw a not. LET RIP VAN WINKLE HOLD THE RECORD
without a microscope in a "It doesn't matter" he said Imperturbably -
glass 1 of water and destroy a human ejected looking donkey hitched to I would still be the '

I life. Poor helpless dependent i cart. "Do you think I would riden strangest. Ah, the hotel. We have ppiG aii tiFa4
demanded indignant- FOR LONG DISTANCE SLEEPING'r
man. Who are we to strut and that? she arrived." Iii'.c

bonst and defy God ? The Bible :y. "Ladies don't ride In donkey Annl caught her breath as her I i 1

Jeachfn that we should not say :arts." It was her first attempt at surveyed the white terraces, I
eyes
1 and she was nvik-' *
"morrow we are going to a certain class distinction the bright awnings, the green OLEJACKSONVILLE
town most of it. RESERVE SPACE NOW
and do the
a certain thing. ng green grass of the liwns All of I .
y'5
Signorina
should would be unusual
"It
say. "God willing wee this beauty was. to he her home
I are going tomorrow to a certain ',retorted. gravely. "But then for two whole weeksIn .

I -"*n and do a certain thing great ladles can do unusual the lobby she turned to Ouilioind i I IN OUR .
GARNtn ANDREW M
CIIEDUIjE"Jsouthbouna 'hinga"Her held out a banknote. "Thankyou !
I'S I
> eyes narrowed suspiciously. ENJOY COMFORf a ih,<
Ha,1 he seen through her? Perhapsthis so much Postman. .toffont. 11..pfoof hotel to ti*. h..'l .1 dOl...
I I for native She saw his jaw muscles tighten town J clon..ll.. E..." loam .. Due Starrce 5:15: was what passed as he Lowed. with dignity "I have olt ..>.>, cube, l las, "d,", ibtl.d
I NrI p.m.1! vlt. Troubled she stood there inJeclstvely. ....... door. ... Ev.nr Bed with ,...rip A Due Starke 11:43: : pm. I' Then she stole a lookit my salary from the government _.... ..d ,..do/ Lap. R..t Ie.
A'' Due Starke 12:15: pm. his face. No his words head beensincere. thank you SIgnorina' Turning onus ._ ...rv Hoa.*. THE BIGGEST, FUNNIEST, MOST INTERESTING PAPER
Due he left All CONDITIONED
Starke 10:20: am heels:
XoithiioundMr Without cart a assuming word she aery She paled and then blushed crim COCKTAIL LOUNGE AND "MEETING COf'EIOININQ ROOMS SHOP EVER ISSUED BY
into the
-limbed first mistake and an important .....
A son. Her hl5N Sall. situ" Po. oath' '
I Due C tarke 1:50. p.m. dignified posture. The young ono Cut there came a fe R.... t?OO 10 Room SI .

K.N.. Due Starke 4:13: pm. nan clambered In beside her the swlfl stab of pain. That hurt look c 40I* ,1300 14 Roam IJ;[]
Due tossed its head and they 18 I-> __ .,* As fc* .
I If- Starke 0:13: p.m. !lonkey &n Guillo'a face. He had been sweet |I ......_ wa -.we

F Due Due Starke 3:3S: a.m. were off. he said conversationally ind kind and she wanted him to "' L s e UND.....1. The Bradford County TelegraphfRIP
Starke 8:03 "I suppose
: a.m. ,
of her.
;" better know think well -i'II SA +a NOtAIa,0 I
Bus "Chat jou'd ,
Agent: before I
Beasley's
8-rvt j Everyone In The register was placed ] I I Id

house. station, opposite court. Terrento something does.about My me.name Is Gullio her and she caught herself up .



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BRADFORD COUNTY TKLJEOR vrn. OrlfJl\Ut
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Fay Louise Yarbrough Dt.I NCU Five hundred Florida moths. and A wild turkey was clocked in I More than 63410:: -

:; I... Bradford County Telegraph I Honored On Birthday I Mina" Elizabeth lUrmtge, Cor. butterflies are shown in the Na. flight at about fifty-five miles an are used in ten tl'II't31' 'lor buOetl!
allun
{ I turlarlum of the Florid. exhibit In hour over a distance of almost a school children m 0//
Mrs R. S. Fernande entertained '11
; Established 1377 Mr. and Mrs. n C. Groover of Cleveland. ; mile. States.OHNS. cnlteQ
25,
Saturday afternoon September
Miami spent Sunday! night and
from four until six o'clock at her
iI .. JV\.E.M E.R honor of her Monday with J. A Harnage and ............. -
:v me in granddaughter
V&lLOIiDAPRESSASSOCIATONI ? Fry Louise Yarbrough, who family.
were
Mr. and Mrs Felix Sapp
I ,,.. \ .. clebrated her eleventh birthday .rlMtlng Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
I IJ.. .. .,. :JctU."CtItd. "J ,e'otidai anniversary at that time. Prescott .of Starke Sunday after
i, ; 1 Fay and her friends were entertained -
9 I ; ,_: Pubhhed Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class : on the I liwn and at the con- noon.Mr.. and Mrs J. F Shaw of the
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida jlunion of the games they were Invited I I State Farm were lilting relatives
t i r'f' Into the house for refresh- 1 In this section Sunday afternoon

; I "L'1 E. L. Matthews __________ .. -d.-Editor and Owner and merits! A was color carried scheme out of In pink the I I I Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Green of
; ,.(1 green I| Hellbronn spent the week-end with
SUKSCKIPTION RATE decorations used in the living her parents :Mr.. and Mrs D I.
room sun porch und dining room. Uvnight. Free Phone

'& ; Ytarlr.: SKo1)); Six Months. 7: Payable in Advance The birthday cake, iced :n green, I Mr. and Mrs. R C. Groover of I & SON y..14
lift and holding burning pink candles ,illaml and Mrs. W. F. Harnage Delivery 45
t Advertising Rates on Application
: was placed in the center of the dining spent Monday night with Mr. and ItLPU1
r :I table, and was surrounded by Mrs. B. M. McRae of Pine Level

i, ANOTHER CHAIN LETTER NUISANCE long pink sprays paper baskets of coral vine.filled Fluffy with section Mra. P. D. Reddish. and children HALT,OK MEAL -

1 ;l lj j, : The latest annoyance going( the rounds: is a chain letter f chocolate"-r the party.Refreahmenta kisses. served as favors "I| were Sapp Wednesday.visiting Mr and Mrs. J. S. MATCHES 3 Boxes lOCo lOIbs.l _!! 25c

; that uads: a? follows: of cake asaoited Mr. and Mrs J. C. Sapp spent MKLF-KIMINU::
The Lord Be Merciful cookies and punch were served the the WHOLE GRAINRICE
at Thursday at Sampson City
(
,p y, ;;, ,, Unto All Nations. tib'.z guests: on from the a sun beaut.I'cch.Those ::ully.- decorated I I I guest Eaton of Brown her parents Mr. (und Mrs 5 Lbs. 18c FLOUR 24-lbs. 73c
r"" ..1 This :Id.cnt to you to Le pushed: on to all .
: prayer invited to enjoy the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. R C. Groover of -
the world. with. Fay were: Colette Miami and Mrs. W. F. Harnage are
Copy and send to ten people and on the 11th day :C::een, A nice Green Mary Alice',spending this week at Alachua and Babv Lima Beans 4 lb. 25c iRISH
YlCrbroulh. :Merry Beth Knight, 19c
t home. If Lake City visiting relatives.
will!! into you
come your
real _
a happiness Wanda Pearce, Marjorie Sue Mid- I ------ ..- .- --.-- N"o-Tl'"AI, TXl\'fiXRJ) PA"1"K
fail you will find ur.Vrriness. on the 11th day. dleton Katharine Klnlaw, OnaDemorei ;: 10 LBS.! HUSHYORK!
UO AT DRAIN
4
t, Ruth Powell Mary I Can
4 Do not let this prayer die in your home. Powell, Ma'jorl- Davie., Ha Lulu 1 Mrs. Z. Z. tirlffK Correnponden': TOMATOES jc 'POTATOES No.1 15c

fC of these letters but one indii i-, Davis, Sewel', IlargarttVIontelth.
i : ..f v'c have not received one Virginia + Arch Prevail and Willie Green
with asking that a and Hazel Fields. made a business! trip to Jacksonville -
we
did left us say
who
a copy
nant person!: ONIONS 3lbs. lOc
Mm. Fernandez assisted In :
j i of the superstitions was \ last Monday, APPLES. 5 Ibs. 15c
; few words: about the harmfulness preying on entertaining and caring for the I t I i Joe Griff, Jr., of Clay County
I of the average person. Almost everyone;) believes in the guests by her daughter Mrs..Walter was Visiting Harvey Culney Sun PURE GROUND COFFEE
it takes the form Baker. I 2 Pounds 25cCHUCK
beneficial l influence of prayer, but when day.
.
.
1'= of a chain letter, with a threat that unhappiness will come if --, I I I.I Mrs, Dan Boree and son, Doyle, .. ..
Z1FF ot Jacksonville und! Miss Jerry ..ILI..HBtTRV
IIt ; certain commands: are not obeyed it is i something else again. "!... 1..1.! Mae ......1... Corr........... Williams,\ of Lee Lake were visiting '
It has always' been a mystery to us where the chain letters Services were-conducted at De- ,' Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z Griffis Sat- STEAK Lb. 12Wc FLOUR 20-lbs. 89c

7 k come from. Are they started by some idle person who Jan: Church Saturday and Sunday uluay.

'' has nothing better to do and wants to nee just! how far his y Pastor Rev. C. A. Crosby of son Mrs.Perk:P. B.Prevatt Prevatt this visiting week her In ROUND STEAK Lb. 19c STEW'Lb. 12VCrVICK

i ji idle whim will go? If so, the world would be a lot better off I 8rooker.I Jacksonville.Miss ,

it 'I ,' ; if the surplus energy spent sending/ such letters were devoted I I Thomas George spent Prescott last and Sunday Miss at Hazel St. Ruth Moircll Miss Mae JEWELLARD rVICK 1OKKSAUSAGE

':t'1 ; J to some practical pucjjeses of improvement. Augustine. Pievutt and.Miss Thelma Prevatt
were vlsitlnf> Miss Juanita Priest 4 lb. carton 45c
.. 0 Clyde Kelly was in Graham Sunday. Lb. 30c

( BEWARE OF GYPS-THE SEASON IS ON Tuesday.Mr. )&.Iss Melba.Prevatt visiting
Trl I r !and Mrs. Irvin Dyal and W'j her aunt Mrs. Hattie Moore of
8fe 1 I' The season for all kind "gyp" enterprises is now on with Q in our Djal section and sons Sunday of Graham afternoon. Oviedo, for the coming winter WHITE BACON lb. 19c 1 MILK 3 Tall 20c

i the approach of winter. Purvis Lewis: spent last weekend j J. M Dixon of Lawtey was via-
ttl-j his brother Ralph Dixon.
The first instance is reported from Palatka where a here With his parents, Mr. and I Sunday.Mr. TUXEDO FEEDS

p t strange woman approached the president of the Baptist Missionary :; Mrs J. W.J W.Lewis Lewis and son, Purvis, I and Mrs. W. E. Green anJ QUALITY AT LOW COST

I x Society and informed her that she wanted to present spent lust week in Hlnesvllle, Ga. I little daughter, Sharon were, the We Have a Complete LineOf Feeds For All Purposes
dinner of
guests Mr. and Mrs
+ < the society with some packages of needles to be sold for the with his daughter' ; :>r"J son-in-law i Ralph Gainey Sunday.Ivey .
Mr. and Mrs W. S. Rav.R. .
missionary fund., B. Thomas was attending to -co CIXCY SHORTS
:j' 1! The president agreed to take the needles rs there was no b.iJlnedS In Sta.ke one day of this Transferred MASH $2.80 Gray $1.95

cost attached, and with this agreement as her only official week. W. W Ivey, for the past year 7 PERCENT O. "'
I n '' :'11'. and Mrs. Alvin Cassel were' area supervisor of four counties of
', sanction, the woman started collecting money from local merchants CINCY
visiting in Gainesville Sunday afternoon | WPA in which Bradford is one,
tl:' ill in the name of the Baptist Church for the privilege of !' was transferred last week. Mr. SCRATCH $2.60 MEA $$1.65

ti ,I having their names printed on the packages. Louis Ray of Hmesville Ga, Is''; Ivey will serve in the Daytona
t the artist spending some time here at then > I3t ich area. His position in Brad- P!
? m After several collections, "gyp" approached
.me of!f J. W. Lewis | ford Clay B'gker an.1 l Union Coun
x one merchant who declined to take her at her face value. A.,a. Kthel: Hoi.;h at: I daughter ties will be! handled by O. P. Can- I n iRY' FEED $2.25 BRAN $1.75

When he investigated he found that the Baptist society had Uma. Jane, were attending to bus- non, in the future. Mr. Cannon Vila .
authorized the collection of But by this time the .ne.<) in Stare: Saturday.: : lives In Jacksonville, has not announced I Will
not money.
We Your 3c Below Jacksonville Market
Buy Eggs at
I A. C. Witt and son were in our I plans for Bradford in then,
stranger had made away with a considerable fund. 'ccMcT: )\:3 day I li.t n-.Jk. f-ture.
t Every year our communities are visited by a certain' \.:.'. a.ul Alrj. HO..CI; Stokes'; and ..
have with local .cn. Junior., were in Lake Geneva !
+ I th number of these people and any dealings they j ..
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t i merchants almost always turn out unsatisfactorily in more or ..: .I
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We
I are sorry to report that I I
r l; : less degree.: If more merchants would investigate thoroughly I.I tie Junior Stokes is on the sick | \

ly before turning over their hard-earned cash, a lot of these dst i at tills: writing and v e hope he \ ( :

I so-called "snowbirds" would become discouraged ard enter i I I sill soon be Improved. | /
There was o dance und
{ peanut
It 1, into a more honest,)if less profitable, business: : I I boiling givcT at the hoi.u of Mr. ........"... ', ,... .r/ "at I' ..
o and Mrs Alvin Casel lest Friday r oJ l' /
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S NOTHING NEW UNDER THE SUN light.!! A large crowd attended and / '. J ....
all reported a. nice time

sl: Truly, there is nothing new under the sun, and, if you __ 1 11867 1 1937r =

think there is, you should read "So You Think: It's::! New", .
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an astounding: little book by Wilfred J. Funk. In it you will) I'M FEELING I A" ........'
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find that Julius Caesar was kidnanped at the age of twenty- /

Nero used 120- ,/ J pal \ ,.
five and held for $40,000 ransom. Emperor a .

: ; foot elevator. The Greeks, had movies on circular columns. FINE THISMORNING j ,

Nudism was popular arouruj the time St. Paul was writing his <' ..... \ I / '

epistle to the Romans:. Boxing, wrestling, fdotball and backgammon tV "

flourished ages ago. So did bathtubs and taps with : 1\\ f f A1JE[ !. I

running water, speakeasies: taverns and financial rackets. ] '
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I Mr. Funk tells us that the Indians of India made their -FREE FROM I \ If (1)) .

:, own ice with clay, vaporization and radiation. Nero invented I THAT THROBBING .1 I .
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,t' ,;! the champaign cooler and even wore monoIe.. Egyptians ;r I l.I f.--/ .I
s n framed their pictures with glass over them. Mosquito nets / \ < ,

I ,, are mentioned in the Apocrypha of the Old Testament. Sulphur HEADACHE j : Starrs Moncray, October I rltliaf !

matches, preserved fish, brewed beer, tarnish-proof gilt 1

i super-perfect glue, glazed brick, tin-plating-all were used by AND. READY FOR : i :; Continues Through October iE l i i.A i.V i.:>

lQ the ancients. And to cap the climax we are informed that A GOOD DAY'SWORK. I \ \ ;

t' Hero of Alexandria had the first penny-in-the-slot machine at xq, I
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iJ the time of Christ for the sale of holy water! t, i jI I
j' This little book will certainly take you down a few pegs if bt dramatic celebration in which every dopes : : "

ltd you are inclined to think that you are highly civilized and that b ,,4 s r a,i t ment joins in' offering new merchandise c

? all who have lived before you were merely barbarians: It I _
4r shows that many of.the conveniences and comforts that we J'j --di ..' style and quality at Anniversary Sale pr'.czz.r.o .

think make life so pleasant today are merely perfections of o \ You are invited to avail yourself or' the saving; ,
ideas held by the ancients centuries ago.
r ., -- 'v l Plan now to come early.
i o. All people wfco suffer oeewtontOy
ii HELP DISTRIBUTE THE ADVERTISING FOLDERS : from headaches ought to know
this way to quick relief. rick
I At the first sign of inch pain I STORE (HOURS 9 :". M\
$ The committee in charge of the recent publication off 10- tike two Bayer Aspirin tablet r MONDAY 9 A. M. to

t t 000 picture folders advertising Bradford County wants the with a half glass of water. Some* t I 71u

t'' I cooperation of the public in seeing that this matter is disI second times if dose the pain is necessary is more later severe, ao-, a I l >

I, tributed where it will do the most good. The pamphlets!' are cording to directions. f.i. t-4 Sss Twelve _Pages o;

i ptored in the office of the clerk of the circuit court and may If advise headaches keep coming back .
t' we you to see your own
i ; be obtained there. However, it is very important that there] physician. Ho will look for the I "Sals News in Sunday's, : F'aiimees-unlc'
cause in order to correct it. : J :;)
t ; be waste in the distribution if ask for booklets, be
iLA no so you The price now is only IS/ for I t' ._ _
P sure that you place them where they will do the most: good. twelve tablets or two full dozen f.

I q' The burden of distributing these folders should not be for teat 25 cents-virtually, only a -I .

r. left on the shoulders of just; a few. They have already- had aplecacols .,1 .. ,.' .-f...I
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"i b i the work of preparing the material and obtaining financial (11t1J' -. ( y,, f I, ." .'..t.. <: 'A...-.. ,...,.1 .t....- .". I
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County that these pamphlets be distributed u .0'oJ .. .., .. '. 1 1. I'
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