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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 15, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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SUPREME COURT 73 BALES LAWTEY BUT SAYS BOY HE DUCKS"LOVES BULLETS IT" r. '1 BOOM TIMEORGANIZATION SENTENCEDNEGRO SHINERS GET PRISON I[STRIKE HALTS I !


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(VALIDATES OF LONG STAPLE!I Lamar Smith, husky young son causing many deaths. It was probably TERMS COURT IN FEDERAL I WPA WORK ,J r

of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith of at a time like this that he developed ,
Sheriff A. O. Andreu and his

(OT TAX, LAW GINNED HERE the Lawtey last. Is, football who now once doing team played a B.different H.guard S. produced on to his Worse letters the, you that philosophy can: "If t die worse expressedin but comes once, TO BE REVIVED : deputies Thursday of we last rein week for Jacksonville the trial, : FOR FEW HOURS '1-,; [i,

I in United States Court of Edgar
and far more serious u type of and It might us well be for your "l
-
Smith
and Roslln Long, Gainesville -

bmas/ Attends Meeting Season's Total Is Expected I S.guarding Marines, are He and known three as the other"Ho-U if country.It was for I feel a worthy I could cause.die"happy Oncea Business Men See Need I negroes who were captured Clients Wanted Time- II
: here In June with a load l of 150 "
to Discuss To GoOver I\|I rut In i Squad" and are guarding a stray bullet came through the For Chamber of gallons: of "shine." Smith the keepers Selected from ..
[ bridge in Shanghai which mess hall where he but
\ sepa- was eating.
Murphy Bill 100 I i Commerce driver of the truck, was sentencedto Among Their Ranks
rates the fighting Chinese and Japanese fortunately hit no one.
I a year and a day, while Long
from the American colony. Marines have the of -
'i reputation drew four months.STORES. I
)El'I mN(): TORE FINAL PRICE REMAINS: AT 'Horatius, you remember, was the being tough, and they need to be I ( OUNTY.WIIml! TIN(. -.' WORKERS AND OFFICIALS I
FUlt; OCTOBER 22ND. 21-25: CENTS PEn POUND1The I' lad who held the bridge slngleI if Lamar's experiences are a sample TO HE HELD WEDNESDAY I REACH SETTLEMENT

I|I handed In defense of ancient Rome. of what these boys must go OFFER .
Although the Supreme Court Sea Island Cotton Gin own- :I There may be less glory, but it Is through with. "1 have been on the Not since boom times has Brad Bradford County experienced Its C

st week approved the constltu- ed and operated by the Bradford I,I probably far more comforting to front lines fouitejm days with two ford County had an active Chamber first sit-down strike Wednesday

onallty of the "low dollar" delin- County Cooperative Gin AssocUI have three pals with you instead days rest," he wrote. ':In the day of Commerce, but a group of' Bargains when more than one hundred! men

uenl tax redemption act passed I lion has been running both ginning I,lof being alone. time we work building machine Interested business men have called employed on WPA road projects

the 1037 Legislature no applltion.i machines at capacity production ,:I "Please don't worry. I am not. gun nests and at night we stand a meeting for 1:15: next.Wed. refused to work without the,
)y will be received here undere I every day but Tuesday of this ,I I love It." Lamar scrawled in watch. Handling sandbags all day nesday afternoon at the Woman's ON BIRTHDAY change of certain personnel.!

statute at least until after Oc. week Cotton quality has been i'at1 I 1 Urge capital letters across the hot- and staying up four to six hours at Club for the purpose of reviving Rudolph Andrews, senior super

ber 22 Clerk of the Court A. J. ed as fair with mo.it cotton being;: I I torn of a letter written to his night Is no play Job." (Ed. Note: this Important organization. visor of administration activitiesIn

Homos said this week. "number two" because of recent i j! mother August 18. "Tell Sumpter Is this a sample of what Sumpter The need of a Chamber of Commerce :MERCHANTS: COOPERATE: the county, said the workmen
"
His statement followed advice damage to the crop by the unus :i I he do sl1't know what he Is miss- Is mtasing Lamar? If so, we'II bet Is seen from the fact that a WITH TELEiRAI FOR demanded that member of their

Comptroller J. M. Lee to all ually heavy rains In this area. ,! ing," Sumpter Harley a pal of he's glad he stayed home.) constant stream of mall addressed lUG CELEKRATION crew "a shovel and ax mAn" like

am lerks that they should not 1mediately The gin to date has turned out I I I Lumar'a prabably doesn't mind a "I am fully aware of how It feels 'to C. A. Futch, former secre -- themselves, replace timekeepers

( proceed with sales un- seventy-three bales and it is expected 1 1 I few of the things he is missing. to have bullets singing by your tary. Is still received here in spite A gala day for merchants and C. A. Kutch and Clifford, Hazen, .

er the act. The court's decision that 100 or more will be ginned I 1 I Howard Miner another LawteyMarine bead, especially when you have a of the fact that the body has not shoppers alike Is expected on Sat recently given these positions in
is also in Shanghai. "" been active for almost ten years. urday, October 30, when the Telegraph the
oes not become final until fifteen before the season comes to an very strenuous Job to accomplish. county.
after It Is announced), the end. The largest amount of cot Lamar was only four blocks And yet there are mothers who Business men Interested In the revival will celebrate Its SixtiethAnniversal'y The men spent mont of the dayon
ays I ton away when the Japanese dropped think it is dangerous for their believe that an active Chamber with a street dance to
omptroller aatd. At the present ginned for any one person was sons the projects which employedthem.
bombs into the of Commerce could do muchIn which the general public, In this
me clerks are still under an In- six bales belonging A. C. Sum- international settlement to play football. They should have A small number, both
damaging property and a Marine in the the way of bringing new Industries and surrounding counties, Is invited -
jnction by the Supreme Court ner of the Saxton section. family white and colored remained for
to Bradford and
reventlng them from delivering In a report received from the I i County pro several hours at the local headquarters
moting the general welfare of this Practically all business housesin
ertificHtes under the disputedtatute Federal Department of Agriculture where negotiations for a 'I

by gin manager M.P. Matheny LAND DEALS ROAD THIRTEEN area.The old Chamber of Commercewas the the Telegraph county are by cooperating reserving spaceIn with compromise were worked out. It I

Mr Thomas stated that he wjll this week it was learned that out whileIt which was stated that no noticeable Irregularities -
a powerful organization they will advertise attractive -
ttend( a meeting of clerka tn Or- of the first fourteen bales of cot Now Being Again Up lasted. Members were recr it. special bargains for this occurred from the all

ado today and tomorrow at ton ginned here, ten were rated as ad from business men In all partsof week-end. Judging from the day strike that began at 8 o'clock
the "Murphy Bill will be number one (best) and that the Wednesday morning and lusted
hich
the and amount of
I county meetings wel'eheld space| already' reserved,
IICus ed. three rated as numbertwo, were BOrated CLOSEDFAST1.soo FOR DISCUSSION! in rotation at the principal it Is expected that the Telegraphwill through the day. Andrews said,
that most of the crew lefuaed to
because they were damp.
Court upheld the to\\rns.
The Supreme i publish one of the largest Issues -
number''' begin work Wednesday, while others -
cotton will be
i II' by a four to one decision. On- This damp "L. "There Is a greater" need for a !! ever turned out here
Chief Justice W. H. Ellis dlsc one when thoroughly dry, Mr Ma Chamber of Commerce than checked In their tools around
ACRES BOUGHT now
SO I op1 Shoppers Invited to to
COMMITTEE ROTARY ape come 10:30: a. m. :
::::t.: : hla: colleagues: overruledlower theny Said. The one number three FAR BY FLORIDA there was In boom times," is thg Stnrke early In the to < I :
TO SEE GOVERNOR day takej \'
'Dale! in the was the first :
decree report I I I0 P. Cdnnon
court Invalidating : LANDS, INC. CONE Way one enthusiastic booster put vantage of the bargains being offered area supervisor I
rmclpal provision of the law. bale ginned. It. for this and three other counties
-, by our local merchants!' and *
SpoDiots of the act In the Legls-' Cotton lint prices still range I Florida Lands Inc. business then of the Fifth District, met with
through Its A committee composed of W. P. Every man In the county remain for the Telegraph'sdance
ture said that It would return to around the low of members of the I
price twenty- WPA crew and
Iccal representative, J. E. Bartlett, Smith, A. J. Thomas, T. F. Lan- Is urged:! to attend the meeting early in the evening. Modern
tire tax capacity millions of dol-! four and twenty-five cents per I Mr. Andrews, about three o'clock
announced
this week that it had drum and F. F. Stump was appointed next Wednesday. I Hn/J old-fashioned dance mu- i
Hn worth of property against pound The gin charges two cents Wednesday afternoon at which '
closed deals the farms
I on following at Wednesday's meeting ----- s'c! will be featured with the latter I
Inch the State held tax certlfl- per pound for ginning cotton andit Brooker time a meeting was held bringing ,
near which
on options had of the Rotary Club to call on Governor STRAWBERRY furnished by The Strawberry
atcs because of delinquent levies. la expected to gin 40,000 pounds > about an agreement with the
i j I previously been taken: A. B. Sur Fred Cone and urge the Immediate String Band an organization of 11
he act itself set up a statement of cotton by winter, with an estimated -, rency, 200 acres; A. O Kinsey, 180 completion of Road 13 between PROSPECTS GOOD talented B.: H. S students.PENSION workmen. {\
Jutt t the 1937 tax roll showed real profit of $800. j Cannon stated to several :
gross I: acres; H. C. Wall, 300 acres; G Baldwin and Yulee. Members .-- representatives
late assessment of J408.573.992, BRADFORD FARMERS BUSY of the crews that work
Cotton produces about two W. Colson, eighty acres, ; Lucretia were remln-WJ that Governor
which 97.363816 was certifiedthe pounds of seed for every pound of I i j I Green eighty acres; Ralph Hazen, Lune: promised during the campaign SETTING PLANTS cASESOrdered ers would not only lose compensation. \
State for ofThe AFTER RAIN I ., but would
non-payment cotton lint. About thirty-six tons 300 acres. Previously announced that the completion of this probably bring

*S. of seed have been turned out and Is ,I purchases were: I. N. Newell 160 read would be "one of the first official Shi;,pers here this week seemed about a shut-down of county proj- *

act provides for sole at pub- worth $18 per ton at Valdosta! ;i acres; Russell Green 120 acres; E. acta of my admln.stratlon.! to have a fair degree of optimism ects, by taking such steps Mr.
Cannon
tuition to the highest bidder forash markets. 'i M Hazen, 160 acres; C. M. Music Speakers stressed the Import.unce In regard to the next strawberryseason. official also said that no worker or

nil tax sale certificates held To aid the Sea Island! cotton industry ,; 160 acres; L. G. Johnson sixty of this road, Buying that It Because of recent rains RECHECKEDCOMMISSIONER could be 'removed from the

y the State that are more thano 1 Congressman Lex Green acies. .vould mean much to Bradford nearly nil farmers hud to reset. county, and rolls that as long the as WPA he was certified -
/ had
\ jeais old Such sale carries 'Tuesday urged the Secretary of I, Work of removing stumps and Bounty; by way of Increasing tour- their plants and woik of setting I reason for dismissal. no.

ith It the "subsequent omitted or I War and the Secretary of Navy to J I II dealing land U now going on, andit ,,t travel through here.J. and resetting Is going rapidly forward : CODRINC-; emphasized the fact He especially

tied taxes' accruing against the insist that clothes used by the was stated that 1,000 acres of H. Benson, principal of the this week as the weather remains TON SAYS "ROUTINE) : clients alone would that the

"uperty since the certifies tea's Army and Navy be manufacturedfrom lung oil trees will be planted this high school derm'tment of B. H. P. fair and the soil Is "right." ERRORS" IS; CAUSE refused to work suffer if they
I
because
te of I Ittsue.If long staple cotton. He also full The other acreage obtainedwill discussed 1 the commercial department H. L. Brownlee prominent grow-I I of the WPA In the an employee -

the purchaser is someone oth- [ urged the hend of the Procuie- be operated as a of the local school, stating or an'i 1 shipper, expressed the opinion A reconsideration of old age assistance didn't suit their "taste."" county

: thai the property owner, the ment Division of the Treasury Department ing farm. Spif-llustaln-I that he believed it more import that the acreage would be caSt'S in District n has

A'rer i |is allowed two years in to cause all manufacturers - -.' -- ant to equip boys and gills for Jobs about the same as last year. Plants I I been ordered by C. C. Codilngton, This Is the first time In the history jj

I'd' to redeem his property by selling clothes typewriter Offices CombinedThe thnn to triir.h them subjects like and fertilizer are moving rather i State Welfare Commissioner It of governmental relitf func- J'

.vlng' the purchase price of the ribbon and other cotton materials I Latin and algebra., slowly he further stated. I I was stated, that haste In rushing lions In the county that a strike or

rt.f.ute; plus three per cent In- to use long staple. In his communications -I Lake Butler headquarters -? ---.-- -- Estimated receipts from lastyear's through checks to uged in this ci'lous m I s u nderstundlng has ( I
'eat of the Union County Resettlement district hud caused arisen, It was stated.
Mr. Green pointed out Administration (Farm Security Super-Accurate Scales strawberry crop for Bradford slight errors _
In In -- -- ---.
the case of homestead routine matters! that would necessitate -- -
proper- that this staple was longer, more Administration) were combined Caipenter's the Rexall DrugStore county was around $250,000 for
1, the owner is allowed ten years j I durable and of a general better with those of Bradford County in Installed last week a latest 2500.000 pints of fruit. With fair a recheck.It MEDICAL SCHOOL
1 redeem I If the certificate is I I also l
quality than any other staple pro- j the City Hall building here yester. type Torsion Balance prescription weather and average competitionthe was announced this week BOOSTED
)ught Sale by another at the sale.: Juced in the world, He mentioned' Jay. N. B. Rosier of Lake Butler scale for use in compounding prescriptions next strawberry crop should do i I that office hours at the welfare ,

of certificates started last'mm..r I that it is particularly suitable for "11(1 head of the FSA In that county to an even higher degree omewhat better than the one Just headquarters heia will be discontinued ROTARIANS STRESS NEED

soon after the act passed i airplane cloth balloon cloth, parachute -I Is now assistant supervisor and of accuracy than the ones passed because of the latter's poor I until Monday, October 18, GAINESVILLE { :.
we halted by Circuit Court de-I ribbons. i quality fruit and bad weather. because of rechecking activities. ,
cloth and typewriter L. O. Hazen remains county super already famous for their near-per MEETING
*eel and by the Supreme Court I It was said that 527 assistance J .
-- visor. Mr. Rosier will still resideIn fection. The scales are sensitiveto
hlch tel ordered delivery of certlft-I Hunting SeasonWith < Lake Butler and will commute one thirty-second of a \grain (a No County Court I applications were approved In thin As a part of a movement begun: i J 1 I

withheld until It decided thesWMlty I daily between his home and Starke. grain Is 1-480 part of an ounce) County Judge E. K. Ferryman district during September while at a recent meeting of the Rotary >.
of the law. hunting season only one aid eighty-six were rejected. Miss Club here A. J. Thomas. Dr. M. B. "*> '
Duties and service will go forward i nd obeolutely accurate to one-half yesterday It is likely that no
,-: I month away (November 20)) local i without interruption. .rraln. Accuracy In weights and term of county court will be held I Gertrude Heering. director, stated Herlong. M F. Brown, and L. A. ;, ,t

GAME RESERVE sportsmen wear an expression of --- measures in the compounding of I here before sometime after Dec. 1. I' that It might be necessary to check I Cray attended a meeting of the ,j I'I'I
and after all their I back: as tar as April 1 on Gainesville Rotary. at '
expectancy prescriptions Is essential if the The next term of Circuit Court for applications noon Turn- {
RENEWED practice in the gun club this Bummer Welfare Jobs Shifted meJiclne la to be effective and, In the county will be held the second in this district. I day to urge the establishment of "

IS ALMOST and fu'l'!I the outlook for the Several shifts In positions at the tome cases, incorrectly filled pre. week In November beginning on It was also announced in Jack the medical college at the, Univerr

ENTIRELY ON game is bad. Licenses are on sale I welfare office here were announced crlptlons are dangerous\ to health Nov. 8, it was saidCattlemen sonville this week that a rigid I sty of Florida. Members of the .J j

4 STATE PRISON of the office of County Judge E. K. this week. Mrs. Edward Burns, tself. Federal audit of applications for Starke club stated they believed it t :

LANDS Perryman and county licenses cost i formerly a visitor, has been ,named ---.-- To MeetThe all persons who have been granted was a great expense and Inconvenience I

'the Floiida State Prison Farm $1.25 while state licensed cost I Intake clerk (for applications) in Schools Get MoneyThe Bradford-Union Cattlemen's assistance In Florida will begin i| for medical students from .

"J l in Bradford and Union Conn- $3.30. These licenses do not permit Bradford Baker, Clay and Nassau Bradford County school system Association will meet next Friday Monday, October 18. Since state Florida to be forced to \go to other '' ".
Ire again kill fur bearing animals. Jountlta. Mrs. Jon. E. Wilson has funds are matched by Federal states for their education. They j !
being closed as a hunters to ] last week' received$8,07.Il In night. October 15 at 7.30
lI1e refuge for a period of five Only five licenses have been been transferred from commodity the first payment of state funds to o'clock in the court house here. I funds It was pointed out all records urged that everything possible be I Idr.ne

!UI by the State' Commission of old to date It was learned from iipervlsor) to a visitor. Mrs. J. Florida counties' this school ,year. All members and, persons interested are subject'to Federal audit- toward the establishment of ,!*

'me Fresh Water Fish. This Judge Ferryman and they are one I M. Darby has been added as a visitor The total paid In the state win $1- in the livestock Industry are Ing. such a college at some point ia '
S Ha and Mrs. Jeanette: Klncald ._ !t_ Florida as a branch of the Unlver- ,I, '
already been serving as a county and four state permits. 253,367, one-ninth of what will be urged to I '
'.ed. I will remain In the capacity of visitor attend.W. Presbyterian ChurchR. sity. (
breeding ground and the pe- paid during the 1931'-38 year. I S. Slbley Sec. '
u Mrs. Enza Blanchard. formerly T. Caldwell of President John Tlgert. head of :
merely being extended by Sees New Chevrolet -- -- -- -- Cheyenne, Wyoming ,
e 1 commission. A legal descrip- with the department here. is GAMES MAY COME, AND GO, will speak Sunday mornIng ,I the University, replied that he did
n of the lands Involved is pub- W. E. Torode local Chevrolet now a visitor In Nassau County. --I at 11 clock at the PresbyterIan 'not believe there were sufficient ,
SKATING STAYS WITH
ed i In this week Issue of the dealer, was In Jacksonville yester. BUT US Church. His subject will be funds for- the establishment and ;.

iZraph day where he had the opportunityof I Insurance Agent "The Two Builders" ,I,I maintenance of a medical college. ,

Tile policy of setting aside seeing for the first time the H. T. Hall Jr., for the i.love.j I Merrily, merrily, round and\ an ordinary carnival or some other r HIP said there Is only one success ",

ling grounds was established new Chevrolet for 1938. It was years life Insurance I round they \go. Or at least that's racket like that" was one of the Bronson Lawyer Here I ful I medical coUege now being operated -

P Florida by legislative act In shown at an all-day meeting of for the Peninsular Company has what G. H. Carl ton, who set up his arguments advanced by Mr. Carl- I W. E. Rivers, Bronson attorney. In a state institution All ;!

n. At the present time dealers from this district. In an 'ccepted a position with the Acacia tented skating rink yesterday on ton. "Why I even have preacher !has been In Starke for some time other medical colleges are heavily

tely' 3,000.000) acres approx-of the idvertlsement In this week's Telegraph l Mutual company in Gainesville.I Call Street, hopes they'll do--and and their wives out skating In ,I preparing abstracts on the large endowed, he suld.PROJECT/ .

Ie' game lands are closed for the new Chevrolet Is announced I I and his family moved last FrlJuy. they probably will, for there Is a some of the towns I have been to. 1 tract of timberland recently purchased .- -

.II PUrplllle. Restocking shot-out for October 23, and It Is Charley Nicholson, who was! certain fascination about roller There Is no apparent decline ID ,:I by L. B. Alexander of Wai-! OKEHED

,t.ta. With birds from such breed- :( expected that one will be on display ,i onnecteil In 1934 with Peninsular, skating to the deafening strains of the popularity of roller skating/ 1

grounds| has been found the I locally at that tim Mr. To- i here has returned to accept the po- I amplified music. the hefty rink operator said and i ; dist8.Go I 92.400 WILL BE: SPENT
til "' has on display here a '' usually more adults are seen under /eth Visiting FOR SANITATION
pensive I method of develop."us I rode already sit Ion held by Mr. Hall. Mr. f'arlton has. finally set up
wrkTo new Oldsmobile, which Is also announced -- ___-. shop after dickering for two days the tent than children--the The Rev. W A. Fischer, pastor MEASURES

-. in this week's paper. To Open Shop with the city over the matter of former have the money, of course. I of the Methodist Church, took his A
telegram from
-- ---.- S. Things looked pretty The youngsters must be content to rrngrfgatlon over to the WA'Ihl\St1 <
H. licenses.
B. Baptist
Study Routes E'ld'e' Hurtman. young MInd, '
A rt 'lff'-'lal' from I I To Bid On Road 13 5tuJtnt who has won many prizes bad at one: time, and Mr. Carlton 10 their skating gratis In the I Church Sunday night to welcomethe R. A.>lY Green revealed that final to'Cnnfjresnra approval' : ofa :n

? ..nt the state def advertised 'vith his excellent cabinet work, 'lidn't see how he could stay, but street or on Kldevvulks.! I new piuror at the latter, tho
r'f Road Department community sanitation project: t.I c
:',' education will be here The State 'announced] this week that he will neither did he see how hs could The large f'oor: which Is cut up I I Rev. Leslie Shepherd.
ay to bids Bradford made
confer It would receive wa the first rt
",00.' pIn with the local that shop In the store pave. since !It cost him $75 to move 'nto square sections! so th'it it may ----.-- p
ird in : widening and reworking soon open a of this week. It was slid that theproject
l nJ the matter of re- I Irtttl .yesterday i for treated pavement II |I building next door to the Canova his bulky equipment here from be mover), is made of northern ma New Neon Sign will Involve expenditure
I\1n\ consolidating Bradford surface where he will repair and Gainesville and he needed to do a pie. Tills type of wood Is m3e'urable I The Starke Hotel has Installed
\\19 I I I I of Road 13 between iii-nncv a exceeding $2.00 and was -
: d I routes, Supt. A. J. on four miles SurveyorsI upholster furniture, do all kinds! of 'ew week business to get; back on for skating thin oak. Iii large Neon s'gn'! over Its Call by the Beard of Health.sponsored Actual

tel I tl at yesterday. It is exhL -I I|I Starke and been Lawtey.at work getting 'cabinet work to order, and will 1)3): feet again. But all that Is 7arlton salJ but even then he h'aei ''tre-'ntrance.. It gives a red work will begin here In a short
II considerable reduction alrealy interesting line of novtl.'t. nacefv.liy settled now. I I to Invest la a new floor about: every -I light and adds much to the attractive

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HAMPTON Florida'I to-wlt:2!. 17. :33. 47. 43 In Wood- l. the. lOt day"' N"v.if N 911 "'I",
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: .1'.1'I r Ml... Art. :Matmu. LbReepu.e'alC. liiwn. W..ctlon IS Township" S 19.17.tinted l ln''" Ylh i, "I ""iT 'II

; STERCHTSOLID Month Itanir 22 l::t..". containing OFFICIAL SEAL rr.
L May, of Hampton, was the no airrat more or lenM.. ) ,
,A. ';.v
: flailing The assesment. of I the said property Jkf.lr.
lucky Roebuck's "
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f man tinift. the said rei liftoat. iMtcuedWIIM ,
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for
I t coolest On a moonlight night tn I the name of Ad.'OR8 Stewart It 11.6t-IU.Ib
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Smith's Lake that prize winning
1 ut lTnleHH. said. certificate shall'. be redHeine.l %tlI('ior -
:/ fish was caught with yellow jacket Htcorillnir to 'law I the prop- ".'HI '1'I.Li't'ta in, 111\': --
,, black bass and ertlirHorllied. theleln/ will he sold toIle I YPIIllIP mi* Fit
bait It was u '
/ ui1IThnulae ,
NtT3I'l'
the
hlKlittct bidder at courthouse Is itlln: ,
weighed twelve pounds and seven .door en the flint, :Monday. In 1<'. II"" ..n ,'h"
l The prize was an' outboard the month of November 1117, which B rown. hohlern' a ooli.
ounces. .IN the1M1.. day ot November U37.I Irate N,,. 870. ,?. ''I.
l motor. I Killed thin I iiuih.! day of September. i Tuly A 11. llj I 101
InN and M. L. Walter- I 11)7!t ) ''my offlc. and I-, ,
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: L. J.
Saturday Wynn \\O"/I'/AI.' / 81 A'\ ,for a tax deed. t i I
lij i lml 11Ii mfJRvll .' r son attended" the funeral of Mr. A. J. TI/C/ ) f MI. ,.Said certlfltiiti. u e.a-
Warner of Palalka at Pnlatka last I'lerk l of Circuit f'oiirt ofIIr..II".d ilnw, deHirlhed. pr n ,.,.,.
I County, Florida luf l Kradfold" SI I'. ,
wit
1 Specials Sunday afternoon. D.6t.IIIU : a
;* The many friends of L. A. Wynnare Norl h-hlilf .,t .s,, ,.
orNoUt
NOIKI! OP. 'rl'I.K'IION hwestIunrt- >r
delighted to know that his condition I I F/>IC 'rtI.KKIISennle > Towiinhlp 7 SIMIII, I :J
Is Improved and he Is able 11111 No. llll: .East 1. contalnlnic. -" ZI
NdTK'K" : uiiunv: Drop LeafTABLE to mK; and mingle with his friends I ""*onaid Thornton John, holder of The aHHeHNjiionierty '
I Tux Certificate No 3tD.! Inmieit the under l the .nI",I, n.sued .
again. lith day of Auvuxt" A I>. 1'JiH, hail was III 1 |h.- !
Mrs O. L. Harrison of Pompanos fill. Hanie In my office and kuamade Tie & Imber. (CD ,I', '1Iq' on
L. Watterson.this application' for a tax deeil to I'nleHH Maid
i visiting Mrs. M. : cettlrln| | |
be Issued thereon Said certificate deemeii' accoidlnirerty a-
r+ I Iii ./ week.! embraced the folIowInK deecrtbodproperty dewcrlbpil th, (I Ip.,
OL Mrs.! J. M. Sparkman of Waldo 'In the. County of Bradford to the lilKhFHhoiiHe ., .hidden' ", ;'h, l Id
State of Florida ,towlfWpHt
door on the '
tli '
$685 visited her mother, Mrs C.M. Deolaoo. Hair of >I"ulh.QlOar. the' Inoll'h"V:; ,,,,.'' .i"'d''u""" '
ter of North-Went Quarter, ot IM the ,liit. day. ..r r ,
and N;
,r There is a bedroom suite to please you last Saturday Sunday. Section' 36, Township 7 South tinted thin Itt ih rt.nOKPICIAl. '1i"'I
; Mr. W. M Morrow has as his Range. 22 East, containing 20 1917. .r
yp 1 l'i regardless of how much you want to pay. guest this week his mother Mrs. airca' ,mote or lens, ( 1 SICA..
Efl Hard maple wood The assessment of the na1 property A. J. 7'I1u31.t-
tnroti'jhout unliulslied Morrow. under the sold certificate l Issu ci.rh nf" rB" .
1,1I3J& but /11 ed Han In the name of C L. (lllllardtTnleH dfnrd i'
(,i errs STATE stud ceitfflcale, hall be redeemed D-17-Bt-lO-lS "la
I jiandPd ready (or / 'rvtE FLA. FARMMrs. 1 accoidlntf to taw the property .

1141! II your own docoratInj bitfield., Cor. dencrlbed therein will 1m Hold to 1 O'1'u9d 01' -
Bryan tt'1'tit
scheme. 'the highest bidder at the court housedour FOR 110\
1'1\
I 1I""It
-- on the first rondaIn/ the
(
I Mr. and Mrs. Eurle Sharpe of month of .NoM mlu>r, un! :: which In NOTII"eeaale,: 1 IN Hllt 11111: ...i', '\0. 'ion
:
S .ndle Back the lt t Any. or November, 1937.hated ,
ThmimH V Hi' "
of
Mactlenny were dinner guests 1 I this 15 day of September, Hrown holders.1 mii' \"
I!
i l Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Overstreet I 16911ItF'FIC,1t. | I 4' wAI ,. N124r.1A. iiriiiitH .v> dos. ,
'
of JulA./ U. r'
WINDSORType Sunday. |Jo:
J THOMA1.Clerk
'In '
my office unit I Ilion I
Miss Irene Johns of Sanderson ( of Circuit Court of for a tux" d li .
; Bradford County. Irli,.>i'Ida. IhfTfwici. Said "
the week-end with Mr. '
spent past
D-I >t-io-i5' iin; rnUuwfnir ill, ,
I Chair and Mrs. Claude Johns. the County ..I 11 I .
.. '
:IoO'I'U'': OF'PPI.I1'11)1 Florida/ -" "
(,, ,1 I' I Inforced back, tii Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger and 'OIL 711 1( U"JI Nat, I heant UiiaiQuarter / '' ,
; !l :o with neatly turned their son, Bradley returned home (!ennte 11111 No. llll: :: A South' ;: ,,
r h and stretchers NfiTH'l: IS: III3KKHV .1I\S.) That Northwent Jirni, < ,;:
posts from Bradley
d i Gainesville Saturday. *. of Northeast ... ,
r1 Iy 3d smooth for ThomiiH h Itrou and I aur;i Helle 41/ s; ,rh.
tr l' -sand ,, l Is recuperating nicely following lit'o AH, holders of Tax Certificate west Quarter. ,.f .,,
your own painting tie No 1544 iMHicd the 7th day of AuKUKt Township| 7 South ''lane. U
Special at ,,y i iP the removal of his tonsils Fri A. D.: 111.1: : tins filed. Hume In "lust roiilalnltiK, I ;"
I.
day. I, my office and hat made application/ or I-se.
for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. The HMHeRHinenl. .t l
P f' l ; $ 29 Moderately Priced 3-Pc. Suites Mrs. Fred Cone of Tallahassee Said certificate. embrace the follow. tv under the said, 'IO'' .
i. Li was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. Jnff deKc rlbed piopertv In the County WUM In the n u.in. i* if B & Its
''i ?yIt It's easy to choose a low priced bedroom suite at Sterchl'i! : of Bradfuid" State of "'lor'd.' .., to- UnleMH Bald ...., lIfi. "' ,'cr.'
1.. you are sure to like this one of the many we show in modestly C. Pendley Friday. I wlf,. deemed.. aicoiilinir' ti.. ,*\ h ,prop
.. '
\'\ .l-hnlf of Southwest Quarter ertv dH<'rlheil 'HIHII-II
J I Other Styles priced groups Worth $20.00 more than thla low price. Mrs. Minnie Paythress and her of section 33 Township T I I to the highest. M,1.1, ,,.!, r wl, i't i" "n k...
J
at 98c daughters Sara Luto. and Erin of South Range 22 Fast contain house door on the fireSinndnr' ,|
:::7; ./ Iniy 80 ...,,1'.... more or ,lean. the month of Novemlii" ,.., "Ivan uhi'
Macclenny visited Mr. and Mrs. The assessment of the said. propel 10 the lilt tiny ot S..h. '1-- 17
$3365 Bryan Whitfield Sunday. ""Iy under the Hald certificate Issued Dated this Pth ' ..n'mnlm'
6ayY .. wan in the name of P. D. Dover.. 1937.
,,Y r Friends regret that Mrs. Robert Unlenii. said certificate shall be. redeemed (OFFICIAL Sr\t.I I )
: Kite was called to Bushnell Sun- according to law. the properly A. J. THOMAS( .
I dencrlbed therein will be sold I I Cleric of (iicutt, ,tun, of!
Jay on account of the death of her to the highest bidder at the court Brndlord County' FlurldL
uncle. house dour on the firm Monday' 1 In 9.17-Bb1 0.I .


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5-J>iece .Minn .M. E. Crews--, Correspondent. I WHATIS


Mrs Effie Carter and Miss Jew-
a
el I Carter were visitors to Baldwin!

Studio Sunday afternoon. I

Misses Dorothy Crews and Irene YOURMAGAZINE

2oodge were visitor here Satur-

Living Room Group Jay afternoon I
Mrs H. C. Wimberly and Miss

Studio Couch Ethel Ricks were in Jacksonville
.Ve nesday.
I

Club Chair Mr. and Mr. James Cox of i I

Book CaseReflector lawthorne and Mr. and Mrs. R. L.

9 +, !' ICI M Lamp .Clews of Starke and children vis-

i led F. M. Crews and family here
f' .
1 End Table
1 .. ."j '; ..Sunday;; afternoon.Bill I
.. "f' <'jt t '"
Fienfioe:
of Brooker was here
f: <61\t.!:; ... Monday nnd Tuesday on business.
;.l.'It'0'i .hMi2.l.J0. I
fl c .:< ". .... .. ::wAll ..; Ensemble Mts Horace Carter of Maxvllle YOU WILL FIND IT fEWMCCALL'S

-" you need extra Is the room In .spent Tuesday here with Mr. and i

l h'ch'! to place It for It's the complete Mrs Maxie Carter.

f.m'nlshlngs for the room. Studio $ F.(; M Crews was a visitor to

I,7 I "g;' f r ati{ Couch: with back In good covers- Jacksonville Wednesday. !

; ( :: ; -' 1 6-way switch-reflector lamp-modern 68mKse M. Curler and son, Junior were Co mtrTU01'

/ \I 6 I; end table-walnut finish book case and visitors to Starke Monday. 4PSMEIN Pictorial s

i. I! k a cub: lounge chair.; The complete Miss Francis Stalling of Clay iiERippEr

L '$ ? ip r group at a baling Friday only. Ihll spent Sunday here with her 'evtew6ET

.. sister :'Mrs Elite Carter
't r A r:.vSng. oS $ .4O on This Misses Junie Louise and Kathleen

ji'OJp: /> :;; iivided'aynicnts: Marr attended church at Long

Branch s
Sunday 1 Ye 0 Arosltal

J'J'r "tiVEKZuKEN' 9./ /1 Yt, 0 eflvteafi.rltry Jwru
riM pat .
|I 9olrn
.. .Mrs. r, A. boater< Correspondent l3 6 lie HIm11 N/ pal a s JlarNap; 1 Yr,
tltutwl ldf 0 h.

I Onr O- :'.;..;: Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Yn 0 C'N 6aNalpa Y'U-.
Redding
r' l11-L-[ M and daughter" were visiting his a prC/11 t M .4" 0 0 l a/ Clon :ll llQ lli llh

i i.oy. YA'' Matalh//e
mother Mrs H. F. Redding Sun- /
I IDe OG L lllepl-- '

:cert Sapp and Carl Rosier of'' t9ots 1f/1 0 i s t tQ
0 LeMa Yt. yaae
Hawthorne were visiting R. S. Ros- i 4r. 1 s

er Thursday night. I h Dodd IIN1A r 4 LIIly yrihua l0"N4.1 Ye

J. H. Sapp of Hawthorne spent | a S1hw se""aypultrut +rF 0 I hw

everal days here last week with A9J/ yl. 0lro aC NJtemal- jy'Tn yaQ

lis daughter, Mrs. W. H.
Morgan. CotAtrs -
I --.1
Yr,
Mrs. Chalker Pringle and chll-

TJ Jien and Mts Willie Reddish and


1 vith.hlldren/ their spent mother Sunday, Mrs. afternoon J. S. Rosier WHA1 YOU WANT PAY FOR WHAT YOUG?

f orm .o. i ona 1f0 I f

J. Q. and B. E. Rosier were visitors tfcta Ifewtpipe( | Tr.| All 1''.._OBII'__ ftIe xt+ -.-. I Y. rot! Cdrool

Mrs.to Jacksonville J. S. Supp Tuesday.and children 6 from Group. B }$2.10, 3 a.raO:.a.Ap A }52.40

.vere visiting her mother Mrs. J. s.1 I


What Rosier Mr. and Saturday Mrs. R.night.S. Rosier and I IhU ........orm,,.... A Tag AnChIM r.r DIe N' Ir4 orm i 1 Tr.fc KO.. 4i Ad aZ

t a Vaiue' children were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mammae Al r.. oNy 2 .......... A rub
J. M. Rosier Saturday } }

,t 9 PIECE SUIT r vVoodlawn./ night at i' B ) $2.25 3 5 w': 8


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ron TX: : DKKU:

I i.F.TWgginsiholder, <*'.*..... HIM "... ':.I9; Atlwr ta.r N ....... .... ....ta L...d rLd{J JWJSlrgl

;: ,ii : oftTazi'rrUt-' ._t.. rittAsanl..a M ...... .
$86'bUYers 1 uale' No. ,. Issued| the lJ,7l,. day of M....... sale 0.- rise !!
"'''''''"'"mA. U. ''":,:3-; has tiled "'am ..- ....... ... ""-'---__ 1. 01 111/1ey
In lily, and hue (nude ....... a-- 1. Hm..r' 1Ma1r,
tion for a tux deed t.. lie I1ppllel1-1| r_ .......... T .. w---ri5 l
iheieon' Suld' certificate embrace aN F>|.J.M G.IMn = iM.
; rt1 $ tour selected
I I { > ; thinlrou t the ,,,lIo'lnld""rlh.... I =-.w -
I r ; -- prop.'IY In aN -'r
i : representing : the d/nn// the "nun'y "' i gSgiV t
1 offered a the tr .1 nradturd Stale of c.JJIw' WeeUv
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'I .( f. table' buffet rl / f/nosh/ j value to be h 1'Inrlda 1..1: .Half In. '-w ot IF. ==.: ..., i 1 1Hauekald .... as MiMihlr-. .- gtf
:: : six halmt: ex.ellson, 'ri ""' "-Went Qllar.r r tar I fciMHM
.
price.T9ee Skis a and Nest /17', acres ofVe>.t DIaIe ........ f "t ladle .... (ct Mfealeal/)- t:
I Y ; dl thli Frlda ;. atlithlacloa:; Half of ...,.ul..I..1lIar'.r:. Ser ,- .......... 1 .1'L'. rN ---> Majnmuw 141n.
Q/y "inn I4. Township' ... -
'I'Ii SPICJa// """' I IlIn..*" ttod Is- 1s/ /.Lw La.
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'onlalnlllM'
Divided mot"oV, ,lees. 97 "" Pto.w Gtoww Ld1 In..alaae -- Laqa.e
t Pa7DIen Theerty IL.IL.dLaeaa LN Ln.a Fief LlKew .
axKeinnvnt of the said .. and omd.- Law t Screen t1
Arranged I under the soil certificate iL.Ceil Ma..a.... L,. .pe>H saris. 1e
wan In the name of Frank SteliiI'nleHH Llbeity Weekly Lit SwO....... FUIIC' --::: tJI
"I' Ut.1vrT AiO..l 4.10 True .10'" "G"", __ JII
said .Feillfl.n' .1 _'.
( hall he re4emed [ McCaIJ.> Karate* Lot W World

i t &h. r I rr'y 'le..sccar.lina irili,'d therein to law will the be 1"01'-1.0101
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a + .yr.ra t a M .a- -ww J. t.i the ,
i nlKhtmt hidder al the rouit I a 1
r h..I1. dnnr first
I"1"! Monday In
c the month. lar.i +draentlement
Of."Veinler
x I I !tH, which
I. the frt. llllv "' Novfinher. 1U7.
II 4 20 r 20 .,';hxtrd:: this 2.1th day Of Bnneniliei.

\\i IFFIC'i.1. IIJ'\I.) I Bend mU '
A J.Tlltt31.1N! I enclose S_ 'or which please
WESTFORSYTH clerk' .., fluult ',, w.th s
WESTFORSYTH ( l rt of together
IIrll.llo, l County; 1"1'101.1. the magazines I have checkd.

x 5.24.5t141.23S year'. subscription to your newspaper
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V i > ll 'I: nt' M't'l H *TIO\
t'nll 'I'1\ III.:":II
I loeiiule HIM \... 111'1) Name_
Jacksonville Jacksonville 7"i'i!' 'IS "'I':''t'-Hv:' w, l: l...11.,1"' Ji. ,, holder< of Tax,
.. IVrtlficate. :No; 61/6. l Issued| IIi.( 7ih. r Street or R. P. D ,
li a .1 LV c.f ""KU" A i>. l 19:13.: has flied ,
iaY Hume in my off I h'. and halO mud., r
r Ph.11"'',"" tor, a tax deed' to 1 k" 1""u.,1 a11. I Town and State
i ''J'T1 Maid ''rtlflcat embraces, -'"
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tT THUMB _.__ ._ __ !*S ARKE F1X MIMHKIt FIVEI ') !
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__. .-- KIDA. KIUIY- _, OCTOHKK- _15, 1931 __ ... _.mn. .


'Fe'CnIEi' LEADERS NAMEDBY "LOTTA ('H.\TTEn"My THKOrUH THE KEYHOLESay School Children SocietyMiriam Four Rules Given 1 !

< '*l-lrV"
-Fit I MT*NOBS! I'EEK FIVE CLASSESFour :My! It seems as thoughthe That 9-B Home Room Is enthusiastic View Puppet ShowLast For Healthy Teeth .1 I

I T, nITOItINCnIEFA Little Womendidn't have about dear old B. H. S, Guy spent Friday and

I S"1SHAlTlU BT BENSON of Five Prrttident much funFriday night as they too. They were busy "tearing it Wednesday morning; the Saturday In Jacksonville as the Elementary Grade Enjoy t{ J t

ChnM-n Are Girls expected-For! that we are down" guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy
(..'I F.TV KPITOR ; very Tuesday morning. Now! We entire school went down to the au- Show VeryMuch ;,
}lA RHJ} T (DOT) BISHOP One IH Boy sorry-we hope they have better have hear from the Freshmen Doshla Smith spent Sunday afternoon ''I
show
ditorium to see a puppet pre- ;,
EDITOR luck next time! The Juniors had their In Gainesville.
first
,,PORTA play
Health Department -
State
sented by the .f' "
fjILL FLmIDIUDR Last week was big week in The Pep meetings on Monday rehearsal Wednesday night Ev- portraying keeping our John Torode was visiting in Mrs. Hickok, our county health I';

>..rTKTJART EDITOR class election history, five classes! morning-are plenty peppyif you erybody seemed to think the play teeth In good condition. Hideout Sunday nurse, sponsored a puppet show f;

$1.1.ALA; NtIOKE MANNING choosing: their officers. An inter: ask me! At least they make plenty was good. This Is something to Edith Howe was visiting In Jack- "Care of Your Teeth," which was { '

EDITOR esting fact Is noted In that four of: of noise-that is to say the least look forward to. The miniature stage was placedon sonville Saturday put on by the State Board of ;1 K 'I"II I

J.L..A. I'EAKCB the five presidents elected by the -and as it Is always a :bud dayto We have been raving and fussingfor the big stage and could easily Miss Jacobs attended her sister's Health In our auditorium, Wed"i
he from the entire auditorium
H { lif'DUYTEREDITORIALS different classes were girls while etart on- -we are glad to have weeks and basketball isn't seen wedding In St. Augustine and then nesday morning. The characterswere g H
rh11111 .
: In the of
aa light were placed pit h
only on was a boy. Are there them on Monday! Goodness! We started yet. Wed better hurryup the saw her off to New York and Can- Jack, Joan, their mother the 5 l ji
little
stage.
more girto or are the girls Just surely need them- It's usually the and start or the season will ada at Jacksonville. t

more popular? "d...til day" at school but not any soon be over The first scene showed Jack In Until Munhce visited Alma Mur- dentists, the Greek who sold fruit h:

more! Who will be "handsomest" in the the living room of his home, sick rhee during the week-end. and vegetables, his son. and his .
The classes and the officers 1 they
,.
monkey, Jucko, The puppets were
ARE NEVER WoulJ you like to know a se- with a toothache In the second t
senior class this ? You boys
(,,001 elected follow: year Lillian Mom-ley was In Jacksonville -
UEE'S' very active and realistic. The fol- o
Jack's mother took him to
cretperhaps would scene
T you -so here had better bring out the beauty
Class offictprs for 1937 for Mrs. Sunday night lowing rules were stressed (a)
the dentist where his tooth
goes one-there weren't so many culture books and to work on was
the only things Ruby :Mae Perkins' section of the A's made the first month.-you : fellow get classmatessome filled. In the third scene the dentist Marjorie Hall wits visiting In brush your teeth twice a day, (bl)

Good. deeds are ninth grade are as follows: have giving your took Jack and his mother toa Tampa, Plant City and State Park see your dentist three times a year, I"
never lost. Theyre probably already heard that The k
life, that are President- Green. competition. girls are this week-end.' (c) eat fruit and vegetables, (d I)
in his office where he illustrated
important in life and It Is ncary the A standard is higher than ever all doing all\) tight room -

_ that they should not be foratm. VicePresidentSadie! Prince. before therefore when a person Peeper l how to take care of the Hazel" Moore spent Sunday, afternoon exercise your teeth.

It Is a fortunate thing for Secretary--Hazel Snpp. gets an A he is worthy of It -don't -.-.- teeth. The last scene showed Jackplnying In Gainesville. She had asher The show was enjoyed by all ami 1 .
Treasurer--Carolyn Keen. in of his home. guests some friends from Jacksonville we hope that Mrs. Hickok will
1 that Man's memory Is not ashort be surprised If there aren't many : the yard i t
en Reporter--Florence Mersereau. Rev. L. A. Shepherd whom she took with her. have another for
ape's. The civilized A's made this year! While there an Italian boy with; us soon. I
an
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of today that live a modern Cheer Leaders-William Crosbyand It was noticeable that there Were Chapel SpeakerRegular : his monkey and organ grinder

>ple in a modern home would notable Betty Phillip! several girls very sleepy Mondayyou stopped< and played music for Jack

Ie. to do so U their memoryere The class also selected' pins, had better watch out girls> assembly was held last ami his sister to dance to.

( as short and dull as an ape's flowers, colors, and motto. The Oh, my goodness! we have heard Wednesday morning with Mrs. Two people worked the movements I LELEMENTARY ECHOES ::0

,emory pins are sterling silver, flowers are rumors-about-well, I'll) Just givea Dow ling's room in charge.The of the seven characters and

.,. would not be able to re- sweet peas, colors are pink and hint--it Is something every one I program was opened by spoke their lines. The puppetswere
? green; and the motto fa "Never will enjoy that participates-- dressed like real people, and
ember all the good deeds done singing "America, then the Lord'sPrayer FOritTII tiltADK STI'DIKS FIRST GRADE A f
Give Up. haps the Sophs, will let us know their actions were most realistic.
that "Star
him if his memory was was repeated. The F.SKnIOSSU COLORSWe
r
more about it soon. The show was Intended Just for
ort Then the good deeds would .. GradeThe Spangled Banner" was sung and Ladle Sweat has entered our ""I
Seventh -Just But the
Chat. the
grammar grades. i
uv accomplish the tremendous 7-B Grade, Mrs. Demorest'sroom the Flag saluted. high school students enjoyed it are just> beginning to study class We hope she will enjoy beIng -

mount of good that they do each 1 The speaker for assembly was Eskimos. In this> study we are I with us as much as we shall
elected officers last week song and after that someone readsa just as much If not more than the
. of our lives. Men are Indeedfcky and the new' Baptist minister the Rev. finding out their habits, characteristics enjoy having her. '
they are as follows: poem. If the Is good little children.
to be able to femember allle President-Sara Barefoot. program L A. Shepherd. He spoke on be- customs etc We are Lesley Kersey brought a turtle ,
the pupil who has it gets a gold '
'good deeds and nice things that ing born again and gave some ex- enjoying this study since we find for our room. We feed him Insects.

j done for them, each day, week Vice President-Patsy Keen. star which goes on the citizenship cellent points on developing froma Mrs. N. D. Wainwright ; how entirely different they are Madge Middleton Teacher.
Secretary-Gloria Buford. chart. We the
earn stars by doing
oath anti throughout the years. Treasurer-Alice girl or a boy into a man or a wo Junior TeacherWe from other people. To add to the .-- -
June Harding. things that will make our room High
I'' friendship and goodwill that 'fun, we are using reference books. Tllltm GRADE NEWS
Librarian-Thelma Manning more comfortable and pleasant and
man.The
vails throughout the world Reporter-Nina Bishop our pupils happier.ReporterNina. program was cloned by sing- of the high school are very To enjoy our art more than ever, Some of the boys and girls in
ould] be missing if good deeds I we are making color wheels, or col- li
Monitors this week are Jimmie ing "Snwannee River happy to welcome Mrs. N. D. our room have made models> of
ere lost and forgotten. Bishop. or charts. In this we have found j
Griffis and The --.--- airplanes anti brought them to
Billy Patray. ; Wainwright Jr., former sixth
Mrs. Demorest's Room. a
Ella M. Manning. out that aU our various colors
CLASS MEETING school We have made
an airportout
monitors elected week
are every Seventh! Grade B grade teacher, to the Junior high
The sixth grade class meetingwas come from the three primary colors of our sand table
and they responsible for keep- department. She Is a seventh grade
THot. FOR WEEK We are to have red and blue. We took
very glad our : yellow
called to order October 8, 1937
ing the room clean watering the homeroom teacher, teaches seventh Bobby Dyal brought us a very
j 1. The fellow who Is pulling one new teacher Mrs. Wainwright, '
by the Davis. thesu three colors and made a
president Marjorie
flowers keeping the boards clean, grade literature ninth and tenth small turtle. We have studied
|' oars hasn't time to rock the back to teach us, but of course we ,
putting articles on the/ bulletin guide history and civics. gmy. This Is helping us In getting about him, and are trying to feed
iat. are to lose Mrs. proved. I[
Lazenby.
sorry different tints and shades for our I
board, and keeping the books in him the things he 1IIl'sVe like
We Mrs. will
12. The one who is successful isle We have quite a few on the Honor hope Wainwright acorn and leaf design that we hopeto '
the library straight. The class selected the blue bird. enjoy being upstairs half as muchas pets very much. ,
Roll this first month of school I I
one who Is useful. Each morning someone In the Yankee Doodle was adopted as the we enjoy having her, complete in color and place on Several of us have brought
and
we're proud of it.
11 The number of square peopled room will have the dally program. clans tune. A motion was madeto our burlap border this week. plants for our room. We have
We have elected class officers:
not the number of square We plan it two or three days before President Doris Mae have a committee appointed to ON BEING SM,MJ Mrs. Jessie I.ee La/enby Teacher. I been reading about plants and how .
-
jilcs, Is what makes the countryat. time to be sure to know It Gaffney write words] to the tune. -- --- -.. to make them grow. We are try-
!
Vice President--Richard Jackson,
First we start off by someone Secretary-Carolyn Greene, and Virginia Sewell, house keeper (The senior class has been writ- FOritTII GRADE NEWS ''ing to make ours live, for they

14. Let us be done with fault- reading a verse from the Bible. informal We make our room look nice.Buddlngton ,
Treasurer Velvehree Keen. chairman appointed some new Ing essays are printIng d
-- We have been stories of
d 1 and leave off Then writing I Miss
self-seeking. we have the Lord's Prayerand Teacher '
committees Eloise Bullock changed one of the best by France /
|J, Take time for all thing Flag Salute. Next we sing a Reporter-Dorothy Lee Johns. her committee to Margaret Peek) our trip to Belgian Congo. Our -.- -,- !!

teacher got Home books from the FIFTH URADK NEWS
Fifth Grade AWe Stringfellow and Charles Jones. Smallness in size. has Its advantages Gainesville library We have en- ..

BOREE FUNERAL HOME had our regular class meet- I Fay Yarbrough, program chair- and disadvantages, mostly joyed them and hope that she will We have two new pupils in our -
be room this week Their names are t
chose Baker to
It called to order man, Anthony disadvantages
Ing was
Friday. get some more. In reading we
Full llni of Canketa & Undertaken Supplies her Bryan Harrell and Helen Long.
AMBULANCE SERVICE by the president Betty Hayes The helper It's awfully hard for a senior, have a "Blue," u "Green" and a We have been studying how to address -
As result of we ,
a some changes
DAY-ANO NIGHT following officers were elected for who Is small In stature, to act dig "Yellow" class The "Blues" are letters In Language. We ,
have a new teacher, Miss> Kennedy.We ,l
October: President-Mack Futch. nified. In some odd way It gives the best readers. Sometimes they
53 PHONE 53 have boon reading and talking
will like her fine I
sure we
O. H. BENNETT Mgr. Vice President--Carl Crumpler Mrs.are will be missed. the small person a feeling of ex- tell about the books that they have about New York City In Geogra

"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" Secretary and Treasurer-Bobby Wainwrlght treme youthfulness, and even give> read. Those in the "Blue" clns.s phy. f'i'

Biggs. intinWith some I a slight inferiority complex. I are George Oliver, Dorothy Mott Miss Hinson, Teacher

-. Librarians-Oleta Green and Ro- I Pupils P ; I Imagine how a five footer, with and Leon Gray Jr. I .-.- -- t tI

berta Lee George. Water ColorsThe maybe an Inch or two besides, feel Irene Stunt has moved to Georgia A clay pipe with a slender stem I

Bulletin Board Berta Lee walking down the street with a I from sixteen to twenty inches long t

George five foot five Inch girl on one .side We are glad to have u new pupil l.s known "
as a "churchwarden.
The Tampa Times Offers We sold candy last week. We sixth grade has been trying and u five foot six Inch girl on the Katie Maude Rusterllng.

to sell and sand very hard to draw some pretty
expect candy other It's very humiliating. ReporterGloria Cooper. ,-I
wiches this week. We are goingto free hand pictures of flowers and 'reaac'her- Miss Edwards .

Encyclopedia to Readers buy library books with the ships so as to have Tempers paints And how a little person suffer _. .. :
?-- --- -- -
when trying to watch a parade
goby
Instead of We are allowed -
crayons, ITS ;
money we get. Why It's Impossible for him to THIRD GRADE MKUH GREAT k
We' made safety posters last to use paints on the best pictures !
see over the heads of most of the
week, which we enjoyed very we draw. We want to mix We are glad to see Horace I>YIIl
much. the paints and see who can get the people there, so he raises himself hack In school again.
first on one foot and then on the TOBEBACK
Reporter-Carl Crumpler prettiest colors and paints their We are going to finish our circus -
other and exercises his head
15 Volume Set Available' Mrs. Howard-Teacher. pictures I the best. All are enjoyingthe booklets this week
twisting It from one side to the
this week.
art period I. For language lesson last weekwe
other. But about all he finds out
At Low Price Fourth Crude B I Leonard Peek has given us a wrote stories of our pets. This AT WORK
Amazingly about the parade, are the remarkshe
The fourth B class met Wed- very pretty vase for our room and one was written by Mary Carlo,
hears tossed about by the
giantobscuilng
nesday Oct. with Mrs. Hart as '1 iw we want fresh flowers each his view And then when !My Pet when yoi/ve found

chairman and elected the following morning. Our flowers monitor, My pet is a dog Her name I IsSue
the last unseen elephant and clown ) a to ease the
way
officers: Loon Belle Sumner ia caring for She is u good dog and I love
has passed by, the unfortunate of
Wanda Pearce--President. the potted! plants well as they are per- her. She plays the piano and she pains
son discovers a box he could have
Hazel FieldsVicePresident.. beginning to grow. had two puppies. We often put

'A coupon appears in The Times every day. Bradley GeigerSecretary.Wesley Mrs. Searing, Teacher. stood on from.and seen the entire procession clothes on her when we have vis RHEUMATISMinexpensive I

........ tors and she does tricks.
to six Shuler-Treasurer, ---- --
numbered i ;
one
Any set of six ,
coupons
And when at dance
a --how disheartening -
The class voted to have a class NOW FOR A SMILE: Mrs. Andrews, Teacher. I J

entitles volume when presentedwith it Is too see some six .A-. and do it the
you to one meeting every Wednesday after- "If you sleep on the floor you -- --- --

of the substations noon. can't fall out of bed.-Prof, Gel- footer strolling nonchalantly In S A :NK\VS .,
Times'or to '
49c to The any your direction, breaking on your
The girls have kept our room ;
listed on the coupon. For, mail or4:t 18 decorated with flowers. ger.It must be nice to be a professor partner-and there you are The We have a globe with three goldfish way too.

"" """""' only way you can dance with himIs In It One Is black another t
*"*
""""- Anlce Green and Bernice McMillan and be uble to think up things
add lOc per :volume. by standing on the tips of your white gold and the other all golii
had a birthday this week. Eve- like that. (
tops: and then how can you dance We feed them little pellets of food '

and secure this I lyn Newsom's was lost week. gracefully? You once a day only. They are very; l''
Subscribe to The Times now We have been learning to draw Miriam: "She told me you told very Inwardlyvow

15 Volume Standard American Encyclopedia.] trees in our art class.! her that secret I').old, you not to to wear the highest heeled pretty.Mrs..
tell her." r I slippers you possess to the next Biggs Teacher t,
-- ---
dance --.--
Doc: "I notice you got up and Francis: "The mean thing! I F

It previously sold for 6950. f gave your seat in the subway." told her not to tell you I told\ her." But perhaps the most annoying The coyote actually increased its
range after the Invasion of the ,
feature of smallness la .
I "Well I herI shopping
Sidney: "Yes, ever since childhood Miriam: promised "
while
I have respected a woman wouldn't tell you she told me, so You see a dress In a shop window man. I Ili' You can pay as high as you want
" for remedies claimed to relieve the
"- with a strap in her hand." don't! tell her I told you." that Is exactly what you want CoIn '.1 pain of Rheumatism Neuritis, "'
'
- the shop, try the dress onthen J'.T. .. Sciatica etc. liut the medicine so

look In the mirrow. It drugs the many doctors generally approve.

floor and has about six Inches to Kidneys/ tin one used by thousands of

spare on each .side. but it's the on- families daily-is Bayer Aspirin

ly dress you want so mother buysIt Help Th.m OMIIM the Blood ISa dozen tablets- about 1

01 lIanzaIulllod7 W.... 11 apiece
with the complaint that she
y.... 11I11..,. .t..o..Wur III..... Simply take 2 Bayer Aspirin i
could make you a dress In the timeit w1.a cutter fnm
WHAT-WHERE-WHY will take to alter that one .-....wmwiMtim.. Nature r.l lnUii.,In (_tM Ml w rk..-r dMt *,." Repeat if necessary, according to

But, then think of Napoleon, a .... fnpurKiM tht. u. m l 0 "" iu4 up..i tlx who!. Usually this will ease such pain
.tl
small man, If history Is cot rect, -0y m.. l..ryr, in a remarkably short time.

but one who rose to great fame despite p.mta m.m."oa b.4 mgr 44 M.all of. b.a.aky tfiwta For quick relief from such pain

his smallness proving that .vttlaf q .iffcu, .care. '..:.= which exhausts you and keeps you
..* Ik ...
.r.f _
l
one's brains and personality can ......,. .. tlrf 11II dld wako at night -ask for genuine s
rise above and .... MuiJS7. .. ..V..". Bayer Aspirin. l
OF BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA completely ignore .., .. ""-I .. _I, .. _
one's humble size. u..a ..Ae.a.k.m ... .
- should. .......b' '_
: And when one Is small one Is 4..Imta .r ..to. ..... ........ u 9'
lItINK LET rs: GIVE vomA l'umn\iO: : Will. Open Soon aiked> out more than a larger person D...'. fWt. D...'. krDOANS .a1., west j
__ ..- TIIORorOH I10l>B F. C. Hollingsworth ;1w "t':: to O.. Ibpa y..tv
(''AKINET: \\ because one fits Into a small ry.y u...

('LE.\\iI\iG: : And Furniture Repairing, Upholstery, place In a car where a larger per- -Aie m..m..4 ur -- AeS by.ss-, ...kiwi.1..a0. 5cr

.- t: J. L. Simmons Hog Hominy Novelties. | of all Kinds son would not only be cramped but [ ;

would crowd< the other occupantsof
FARMS
EDDIE HARTMAN / PILLS
Plumber
the car. virtually 1 cent a tablet
In Verlll/ixl! Bottle :Next door to ('"no\'u PharmacyStern's So maybe being small has Hi

Tl V:uise That Refreshes good points after all. and then anyway -

ELECTRICAL a high school senior has several -
Denmark FUNERAL DIRECTOR ,
CONTRACTOR Garage years left to grow up In,
WE JUtE I and may sprout up like a My "I&nyNtn Kxperlcrwe:, Makes It Possible for Me to Render ti
1'r.F. EXPERT: WIRING AT Furniture Co- ZENITH RADIOSEM'ERTS
C1tIPTIOS
\SO.VABLE PRICES GOODRICH TIRES-TUBES' beanstalk. Who can tell? EFFICIENT, TKOMIT mid COUBTKOfS! !!SEIl\'ICEMUUEKATB

J\.\WHERE We Art Receiving New PRICES

CARPENTER'SSTOIU8 O. J. PHILLIPS Stock E\ery Day. Be Sure to Highest Quality-Lowest Prices7kL Georgia, leading peanut producing DeWITT C. JONES

EAST PAYMENTS State, produced 439.560.00A:
You
It Before Bvy.
See
R : SUrke. FlarUO *> h
C.11JL LAWTGY
pouad of peanut during 1939. ..


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d .:;l a. rAGE rear.."ft BRADFORD COLNTYTE.LECRAPH.STARKE..FLORIDA
_ _. .. ., ... FJLlDAY"C"I'OBF.lltJl ,__
._ -.. .-..". -- ,- -.---. ... ---- u. .... '011

:' h St.Silver Marks'Tea AuxiliaryThe Given By :" FAVORITERECIPES' I ('Meeting\Voodman"Tuesday Circle,"Has Night:' Held First By Meetinff'TDf\ Woman's Fall Club .. PINE LEVEL---..,:;,

&lr. H.

I i' :'lII 1 ; 7 l li .$ ocieiy tea given by St. Marks Auxiliary i iI The Woodman Circle held Its Members of the faculty of the 'Ttrare J'tl. I\=, f'urrropondrt\

) of the Episcopal Church, on I ; regular meeting Tuesday night at Bradford County High School were iCe at Pine will he an I D,",1I"8tlonOO",' !\

Thursday afternoon at the Wom- I .- ---- the W. O. W. halt, which was dec- entertained at a reception when Sun Two Level J '''fluren nail
)
I
an's Club building was a most successful I Grated in Hallowe'en colors. The the Woman's Club met Wednesday utii '
.tie.-
\ affair both from a social Guava Jelly Guardian Mrs. B. M Fussell had afternoon in the 'club;auditorium \s; l be onla.m. Dmnerml,

"i .Ii ; Parent-Teachers Have Mrs. Guy Honoree At and a financial standpoint.The This is guava time and Mrs. H.I I all her officers at .their stationsand with the president, Mrs. D. P. Car- the grounds Everyb ''dye1e0Il1''

".$, :; 'tlm\: ,," Successful Meeting Lovely Bridge PartyMrs. many guests were received L. Brownh-e has sent us a recipefor i two new members were Initiated penter, presiding: It was the first -J.' R.,Hall, who 18 I el1lplo\1'd
the Florida With s
i; ) ''r I IIjl The Parent Teacher Association L. F. Chapman and Mrs.B. by Mrs. J. 1.. Frazee president of making' guava Jelly. If you Into the (order. The order meeting of the new club year, the File Co\ In la k8l>nvllit

{ :, h1-J, 'f i \ i of the Bradford County Highf' C. Prince were Joint hostesses the axulliary, and Mrs. R. J. Da like the Jelly asT much as we do we had as guests Miss Mozo Woodsof Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., read spent family. weEk-end here, with bll
,
: ; School met last Thursday night, Saturday afternoon October 9, In : vis. Potted ferps and baskets of know"you'll be- glad to get this rec- Chiefland and Mrs Otlllie Bairdof the minutes of the meetings and R. V. Alvarez

I.t ,Y9t: ,'(, ,i I Oct. 7, In the school auditorium the home of the former at the pink roses were placed on the ipe; Palatka: and both gave short Mrs. C. A. Knight transacted her Paul Underhill CJarlc" G R.,

with the president Mrs. E. M. Davis State Farm when they entertained stage, and formed a pleasing set- Wash guavas (acid guavas) and talks. At the close of the session duties as treasurer of the club. enson made and :: liutc

?. U In the chair. In honor of Mrs. Fred Guy a recent ting for those taking part on the slice into small pieces. For each the hostesses Mrs. L. S. Hutto and The department chairmen and lando"and a business trip to 0"
\ > f bride. program. pound of fruit use two pints of wa- Mrs. Vonda Inman, served delic- standing committee chairmen gave Winter C, rB 1118I
The following program was presented Wednesday.
,'t
';
4 Miss Anita Courtmanch, accompanied ter. Boil about fifteen minutes ious sandwiches and iced tea. the members of their committeeand
The entrance hall was decorated Mr. and
J' I
i. : Mrs
j f< t her mother Mrs. J. H. and strain. J. D HIIII
by their for the of
plans
j I In red and yellow flowers and the Mrs. Inman Mrs. Amy Moore, year. sonville Jul
were
led Mrs. A. E.
Group singing, by
visiting
: : y Courtmnnche, entertained the audience To each cup of Juice use three- .2t. and
Wall. flowers In the large living room I Mrs Bertha Lang of Jacksonville, Mrs. H. B. McLendon chairmanof J. R. Hall Tuesday MI1
;,, : violin fourths Cook untilIt night
with two lovely num- of
: 0 j w!: Rhythm Band, led by Marlon where the guests played, carried cup sugar. Miss Mozo Wood of Chiefland and' education, introduced Mr. J. H. Friends of G. R
Next the band
bers.
( J I' \t 1 Brown. out a color scheme of pink and lav- came rhythm congeals. Mrs. Otillie Baird of Palatka left Benson, principal of the high Miss Hazel Reddish ., HZhM?
composed of children from the If guavas are not acid, add one f
i ender. Wednesday morning for Omaha, school department, as the guest section will
Il i:1: Reading "Where 1'here's.A Will first second and third grades of tablespoon of lemon Juice to each be interested to !
'II Nebraska where they will attendfor speaker for the afternoon. He of their palO
Mrs. L. A. Davis made
/ ,; \ .i" There's A Way"-Geraldlne Silcox. high the B H. S., who had been care cup of fruit juice. Its week duration the Wood- chose as his subject "High School marriage Saturday after
and with noon. Their
4111'' score was presented a trained Mrs. A. E. Wall many frlm,8,
"Oh Come Love" and fully by
: L t. '' My "SylI <
I wilt
man Circle Convention there. Reorganization. In his address. them
4,1, Miss Lois Adkins much
haPDin"u
crystal vase. and Mrs. H. C. Brown. The band .
I i' jl; 1,1, via, -Glee Club. Ire Cream n.
NoticeThe Mr. Benson stated the three things
given Angel Food cake asa I
was an
members in full and DIr and Mrs. "
costume ,
Talk "Know Your P. T. A.- were Since ice cream is a favorite dessert 'necessary for a good school, good A J 'n'Jp.1, spent!
consolation prize and the bingo
il It t Mrs. 1.., G. DeSha president of Ala- hose were directed by little Marlon i the year round, we know Royal Service Program and teachers. good building and an Sunday at Theressa with, MI1
prize, a novelty dryer, was opportunity Fender's
chua County district. won by Mrs R. F. Demorest. Mrs. Brown. you'll be pleased to have this recipe business meeting of the Baptist W. for pupils to study. He L. parents. Rev lt? \Ir,.v R!\
r. "Little Old Lady" was Impersonated of Mrs. L. F. Chapman's of M. U. will be held next Monday at Batten.
"Our Grading System"Mrs.. J. gave the reasons for !
Jeanette Kincaid won the cut prize reorganizing
H. Benson. by little Ona Demorest, who the State Farm. Airs. Chapman has the church at three o'clock in the the high school and Mr. and Mrs. Frank fh. ''mlUl
and received a box of homemade expressed the and
1d wore a quaint costume of colonial also sent a recipe for Lady Balti- afternoon. Circle number one Mrs.L. need of a children of Rising ser' lon were
new
"What the School Is Doing Towards cookies. building. re
days, and sang, "Long Long Ago" more Cake that is delicious with G. Powell leader, will have cent visitors of Mi, mo \is, Brit
,4 Safely"Mr. L. A. Gray. The hostesses presented Mrs. accompanied by Mrs Jeanette Kin- I the cream. charge of the program. Mrs. J. H. Benson, chairman of ton Alvarez. -

At the conclusion of the program Guy with an embroidered bridgeset caid. Wanda Pearce, Margaret music, presented the following musical Mrs. Arle
Ice I New officers will take their Browning
cream n
+I ; Mrs. Davis presided over the as a memento of this delightful Monteith, Merry Beth Knight : program: relatives J "IRitlng
$ t 2 quarts of fresh whole milk places at this meeting and, plans at Brooker 1 thi>- t i0fi)
business meeting, at which time occasion.At Joyce Moore and Marlon Brown, I Rhapsody In B Minor-Mrs. L. Mr and Mrs. O. J,
8 for
egg yolks the coming year will be completed Uckon
the by-laws read and the conclusion of the each wearing colonial costumes A. Canova. aw
were accepted game a gay 3 cups sugar Everyone Is invited and little son, Ronald, hay moved ,
and Mr M. F. Brown was two course refreshment course con- then sang "Little Old 2 urged to attend. Song of the Open (LaForge), our section from Brooke' tj
heaping tablespoons corn \\e
ii elected parliamentarian. sisting of chicken salad olives, Lady". Following this number, starch 4 and I Love Thee (Grieg) John come them here. wpj.(!|

rolls coffee butterscotch I Ice Marjorie Davis gave a skillful tap Powell.
,
,
1 tablespoon vanilla. Little Kasper Duncan Mr. and Mrs. GV Bonn
cream sundae, assorted home made dance. 1 quart of heavy fresh cream Honored On BirthdayMr. During the social hour the hostesses Sampson and daughter' 01
ije|
t w cookies and sailed served Mrs. L. A. Canova gave as a piano Mrs. W. R. Middleton mi
; REAL nuts was -- Place the milk on stove In uncovered Mrs. Azeal, spent Sunday with air tat
M the guests by the hostesses. solo a selection from cnopin. boiler to scald. Mix the and Mrs. K, G. Duncan en- R. J. Davis, Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mrs. O. J. Jackson.
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. Ethel tertained
ESTATEIF Those invited to enjoy the after- VI. Biggs, accompanied by Mrs. K. yolks of eggs and sugar; add corn- their home Monday with afternoon in Mrs. W. E. Murphree, Mrs. W. B. Little Neal Crosby returned
noon with the honoree and the G. favored starch (cornstarch may be omit- a party honoring Mundy, Mrs K. G. Duncan, Mrs. home Sunday very much lrr.pro\'f\I
Duncan
YOU WANT TO hostesses were: Mrs. A. Z. Adklns with two vocal duets.the company ted). Pour the scalded milk grad- fourth their little son,. Kasper, on his E. J. Dowlmg and Mrs. E. L Mat- after spending several ,days |In st
birthday.The
[ BUY SELL OR RENT Mrs. O L. Beasley, Mrs. Jeanette More than $20 was realized from ually on the sugar and eggs. Re- thews, served a salad course to Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville
,
Kincald, Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mrs.J. the silver offerings.NuasbaumJacobs. turn to double boiler and cook stir- Duncan home was attrac- those present. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Groover 01

SEE US- A. Lander, Mrs. K. G. Duncan, ring enough to keep the custard tively decorated in a color schemeof Miami were recent visitors of Mr,
from When done red and white. Red roses and Book Club To Meet and Mrs. B. M. :McRae:
lumping. whichIs
Mrs. ,
WILSONREALTY J. E. Wilson Mrs. L. A. Davis -
Wedding !
fern arranged in vases, were plac- The W. M.
U. of
when 'custard rme
the coats the Level
Mrs. T. T.
Long, Mrs. C. A.
'
Of Interest to FriendsMr. ed to advantage In the living and The Book Club, a department of Church met at the home
'
CO. Knight. Mrs. N. Sternberg Mrs. spoon remove from stove and cool. of Mrs E.
i'1 Ethel Biggs Mrs. D. A. Monteith and Mrs. B. Jacobs announce' Place the quart of cream in Ice dining rooms. the Woman's Club, will meet Tuesday R. Bowers Friday aftcino.n. With
,,
I Mrs. W. E. Murphree Mrs. P. D. themarriage of their daughter, cream freezer. Add vanilla then Kasper and his little friends enjoyed night October 19, at 7:30: twenty-two members present

:Miriam_n. to__ rMnronfo__n_ .un MnanVmnm_. _______..._ fill freezer with custard!, up to many games and contests. i o'clock at the home of Mr. and :
1 Friends We Are Happy To Say That Our In St. Augustine Friday afternoonOct. about two inches from top. Freeze The prize, a ball, for pinning the' Mrs L. D. Vlning. CUIET'CH'U MOMVdl

8, at two o'clock. The cere- and pack In the usual way. tail on the donkey; was won by Miss Gertrude Heering will re- Today If you get the full name-
t Debut Has Been A Success mony was performed In the Jeanette McLendon. 'I view "The Flowering of New Eng- atlng feeling caused by too much
pres- Some of the custard may be land."
,ey.l. t ence only of the immediate fami- omitted and fresh fruit added, suchas Refreshments were served the I l gas from acld-In Now we an one of the old businesses from lies. All people interested In good lit- in three minutes b\ \taking
t a standpoint of the crushed fresh peaches strawberries young guests from a beautifully
t erature are urged to attend this Bisma-Rex. This excellent .
number of friends and runtomprn who lastIng
patronize us. Don't forgetHe decorated lace covered
I table. The
Mrs. Nussbaum Is the youngest bananas, etc. If strawberries -
{ need the business and meeting. antacid Is sold In bottles
you need to enjoy yourself. white of M)
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs. are added one more cup of sugar birthday cake, holding four doses for 50c at the Rexall Drug
She graduated from the Bradford will be needed The cream burning tapers, and surrounded by
1' Special Lunches for School ChildrenD.XC.'I"'OUEC.'UE.TIONFN2 During 1936 1,956,327 electric Store. Be sure you get HimaRexCarpenter's
County High School and later at- should be frozen first, then the rosebuds and fern, was placed In
refrigerators in the
were purchased the Rexai Drug
l tended the Florida State fruit added and then refrozen. the center of the table.
; -& HOCUS; A DAY College United States. Store in Starke. Alv
t for Women, where she received herL. Those present to enjoy the after-

I. degree. For the past two Lady Baltimore Cake: noon with Kasper were: Nancy .,.

KOZY KORNER RESTAURANT years she has been a member of 1 cup butter Knight, Dotty Sue Biggs Jeanette We Solicit Your Business

E) 4 r MRS. SAM ANDERSON the faculty of one of the Jacksonville 2 cups sugar McLendon Billy Weldon Florence
r Manager
schools. Mrs. Nusabaum Is 1 cup sweet milk I Brown :Marcus Brown Carolyn

popular with a large number of 3 1-2 cups flour unsifted, I E
friends throughout the state, who Three-fourths teaspoon vanilla I Andrews Jr., Levy Canova and

/it will be. interested in learning of or lemon flavoring Jo Anna Williams of Lake But- SERVICE

/ her marriage.Mr. 1-3 teaspoon salt ler.

Nussbaum is the son of Mrs. 4 level teaspoons baking powder
Mrs. Duncan
was assisted in
? /J FALL Byrde \jNussbaum the late 8 whites beaten
find egg stiffly
and
I. serving caring for the guests
William Nussbaum of Jacksonville.He Cream and butter add
sugar ; JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT
by Merry Beth Knight and Mary
: ;, C. House Is engaged In real estate busi- milk then dry ingredients sifted Weldon. ;
I Itr' DRESSESHappy ness in
Jacksonville where the together, then flavoring and whitesof -. OPPOSITE rOCRT; HOCSE I'HONE 13
couple will make their home at eggs. Bake either in a large
W M. S. to Meet MondayThe
a 2142 Riverside Ave., after their return -, loaf pan or three large layers.It STARKE, FLORIDA

HomeSMART from a wedding trip to New may be put together with a Woman's Missionary Socie- v

( f York and Canada. variety of fillings and frostings. If ty of the Methodist Church will

Following the wedding ceremonyn desired to make a boiled icing one hold a short business session Monday

r i St. Augustine a reception was or two egg whites may be omitted afternoon at three o'clock in BURGLARY INSURANCEYour

held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. from cake and used for icing. the educational building next to

Howard R Buckey in Jacksonville, trip to Brooker last Friday. the church. home may be the next: -marked for "soft pit-kInB -

P for relatives and intimate friendsof .'.-- After disposing of business there ,*".' DON'T" WAIT UNTIL THE HORSE: !.*
WASHDRESSES
the bride and groom. Mr. and Ladies:' Auxiliary will be the final study of the mission GONE TO LOCK THE BARN.Protect .

Mrs. Nussbaum sailed on the S. S. Meets TuesdayThe book "The Moslem World." Yourself With Our $1.. O Burglary I'ullrj.)

Iroqiila for New York after the re- Ladles Chapter six, entitled "Islam's Con- Will Be Glad to Tell You All About It.
ception.A Auxiliary of the ,
tact with "
Christendom will be re-
lovely of Presbyterian Church met Tuesday
photograph
Mrs.
It viewed Miss
by Amelia
with Mrs. T. S. Ray. Chap- HAROLD C. WALL AGENCYEvery
A Nussbaum appeared In the Florida night Williams as ter seven "The Christian Mission- ,
Times-Union Sunday. hostess in her home on Cherry
'9r ary Movement" will be reviewedby Branch of INSURANCE" !
Street. The
lower flour was open-
Mrs. W. E. Middleton
and
Joint ed In suite and was tastefully dec- ;
Birthday Party chapter seven, "The Future," will
orated with and coral
ageratum
' Given Sunday vine. be reviewed by Mrs. Hogan Smith.


: ther-in-law Mrs. Earl, J.Goodman D. and her fa- In the devotional meeting, .held Stith Resigns .ChurchIn jASiY'SSERVJCE l
Goodman entertained first-Mga-Jr.itardejtl .dwf anda STATION

98 C a company of friends from sOl!&was-SliDe:'f01J.! ..,; f by1' the Jacksonville ;,

Starke and Palatka Sunday with a reading''of the scripture 'aim'!'pray Friends of the Rev. and Mrs. M. 'TRV OCR SERVICE AND BE CONVINCE""

joint birthday party (their birth- er. In the business meeting Miss C. Stith, son-in-law and daughter

days occurring almost simultaneously Lucile Mitchell presided in the absence of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, ATLAS

) at the home of the formeron of the president, Mrs. K. G. I will be Interested in the following _

Madison Street. A big picnic Duncan. Mrs W. A. Bonham led : article taken from "The Baptist TIRES BATTERIES TUBES

spread was served to those pres- the Bible quiz and Mrs. O. E. ; Witness":
i ent under the shade hail Tire l.'neondttlonnJly.GUlarl" for 1 Year and 18 Monthi
'j4 trees in the Stansbury charge of the program !, Dr. M. C. StitH resigns Sunday !

c spacious yard at lunch time. I I cen.ered atottt mission workin as pastor of the Brentwood Churchto STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
-4 If Those present were Mr. and Mrs. I Alaska and India. Mrs H. H.

NEWEST STYLES Annie Goodman and Mrs J. w.1 I Young rend two +Betters from Mrs. Brookland accept the Church persistent Washington call of,the D. WASHING_ -;POLISHING" -WAXING-GRE.%MM-

Comer Mrs. J. D. Goodman, Mr, j Anne Bannan'of Genbell, AlaskaI C. Florida will lose cne of her Call 60 For Road ServiceEasy

NEW PATTERNS and Mrs. McCellre, Mr. and Mrs! 'I which told of the mlislonnry work most brilliant young pastors. He ,

Wadie Bryant Mr. and Mrs. John- there., $$fe. has done a remarkatle work at Payment Plan On Tire and Batterlen

son, Mr. and Mrs. George Griffis Mrs. T..W. Ward followed by an Bre-ntwood and the church accepted 1 LACY CONWAY, FLORID'I MOTOR LINES AGENT

WILL NOT FADE and children Mrs. Raymond Pre- article entitled "Missionary Workin his resignation with deep re : .
vatt, Mrs. Wallace Thigpen and Alaska Is Not(; Finished" and gret.

children. J. L. and Sebern Good Mrs._ E. M. Davis told of developments The Rev. pnd Mrs. Stith will ._._._._-_._,_. ,_..JJ.,_._. .J..J .__, ,___,_ -- I

man, Miss Gladys Johnson and of the year In Alaska.In I leave November/ 1 for their new I

> Do you like to look you best at brother Harold Mrs. B. J. Me- the delightful social hour home BIG TENT IN STARKE \

Quaig and son, that followed the hostess servedIce -O-
qtl Drexel Jessie Hil- -
all times even when busy hard and Miss Inez Stokes. cream and cake to the members Women's 'Chorus To Meet '

'round the house? Then you'lllike --.-- Those attending were Mrs ROLLER SKATING I
H. H. Young Mrs. John The Women's Chorus( a
I i4 Frogs don't mind the sting of fc Uglow department
these practical house dresses bee and will wait beside a hive Mrs. W. T. Ward Miss Lucile of the Woman's Club will

; They're smart in every detail for their prey. Mitchell Mrs. W. A. Bonham Mrs. meet Tuesday afternoon October OPENING TONIGHTFun I
John Klnlaw Mrs. E. M. Davis, 19, at 3:30: o'clock at the club

of style, pattern and color. Fancher. Mrs. J. G. Godwin. Mrs. Mrs. Newell Hull, Mrs. T. N. Ken- house. Mrs. L. A. Canova. direc

See them today you're sure E.Lendon L. Matthews Mrs. H. B. Mc. 'drlck and dire\ R. F. Clark. Aa tor, has asked that all who !are Interested for all and all for fun. A good, clean I

Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. special guests of the Auxiliary In singing, to be present

to find just the kind you like Edward Burns Mrs. L. D. Vining were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Caldwell 1 at this meeting. and healthful sport for everybody, young .

best out of this complete selection Mrs. Robert Kite Mrs Marcus F. of Cheyenne, Wyo. Mr. Caldwell 1 "w'rltt; and old.
Brown, Miss Lucile Mitchell Miss preached at the Presbyterian

I t 4 a of all sizes and styles. Lois Adklns, Miss Evelyn Stump, Church last Sunday and will have whom Notice It l III may hereby roncern Riven that t to, Nora all For the first ten days morning sessions free

and, Milts Mma. :Managua. charge of the services this Sunday Hupp. a.. guardian of Harold and
Muriel Lee l Hupp, minor.,
will on the
to ladies above 15.
morning at eleven o'clock. :Kith day of October. 1917 apiily, to1t"nhl

Does Bladder Irregularity -. .L.'n'til I'erryiiiHn" in xtarke., County Florida\ JiulBv li I: I

I C.I'TOV: tit P. T. A. Carnival at nrlock private I A. pale M.i: for the entire Milthoiltv I Interevt to Hell of'!I' We have competent instructors to teach,

Make Plans are belngMnade for the P. the raid nilnorn In and to the follow .
thin 25c tut. If
not pt..a..d ing dPXrrlbwl land. In llrmlfor'lminty and will teach regardless of age
In four "l."YII no hack and T. you
% 4 t tr net your A. Carnival that will be held t 'Iorldll.IVltl: HW'n ot''
y r 2Cc Flush the kidneys! n> you would \\\'>,, nf sec. M. Bud, all that
the Imwela., Friday, Oct 29 Everything to por. |
fit II.lp nature eliminate linn of NFL of SEth:: of 'Lk
I s
G fee.
IS I
piilMonniii WRpie and exceii* acid l amuse young and old will be found InK on North rxa t nM. of Oa. !-i>ut'h-ly. MORNING" SESSION. 9:30: to 1IOO: .. __________. ,9,*
which
f I ITIIIV remilt can cnuna In getting the Irritation that. at the carnival ern A Fin n. Tl trntk. All In Town- AFTERNOON SESSION' 4:00: to 3:80: ______---------
F II flow: frequent up 1 l.nrnlnv net btuhu lenve.. Juniper. Which' paid l
I
petition will I he
oil and 8 other drug made Marbles are more universally associated : : : hared *
Into little upon the petition now on file I t tI In the GenU 2V for one session or 40c for holh w-
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I green tablet. JUKI .ay Buketi i with boyhood than Maid Court dated ,
another
to any ilriiKKlxt I.oially at Carpen- y I :Vora Happ!dr-lnhcr guardian 2nd 1IU7. I For l ladle 25c for one or bothI. __lonM..t. .

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-FRIO.! i BRADFORD COt'NTV TELEGRAPH, STARKE;' FLORIDABits \ ... PAGE' Ftvis
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Mrs W. E. Bryant spent a few I Miss :Mary Brownlee finished- her ':. "
I' of J days this week 'GainesVille with j(nterneship at 'the Christian Hospital Seven Sightless >h .;n:; NEW RIVER Tuesday night y EH.Norman
her sister, Mrs. P. H. HW thy Hupp, C6ttf'flpondt'Ilt. Wiggins of Jacksonville: t t
Reynolds.. in St. Louis, Mo. today Miss In This County
was visiting here
of Sunday.-
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Brownlee will
| spend this weekendIn
May Be Aided Rev. 'C A. Crosby' filled his reg l 9
t i.3. E. S. Matthews and Mr. and | Chicago visiting friends and will ? 1
Mr E. L. Matthews spent thlt return to her home here We I Brings Joy 'r
J.D the !Baptlst Church. The regularchurch ,
| week-end in Jacksonville ".y.I According to a social security
'
j Local Ne I _...... survey''made by the former State "liuuF has not been To Women Who Iron

h Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Mrs L. J. I Mrs. N Sternberg ..1'eLurnelto\ Board of Social Welfare for the changed, except there will be serv- t tI

! CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND I Green and daughter, Judy, and her home here I la t.,,week after a information! of.the legislature, seven ices Saturday second night and All Sunday membersare on I
Sunday.
,
I Mrs. A. E. McKinney spent Mon- business trip to New York for ten sightless or' near-sightless retl- every Women everywhere are praisingthis
OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN urged to be present next
PROGRESS day In Jacksonville. days. She was accompanied back lents of Bradford County are eligible month. wonderful Iron with which

to Starke by Mrs. W, B. Mundy, for joint slate and federal they do their Ironing In less than I
Miss, Lillian Miss Dor- assistance under that Mrs. Reddish Andrews and son I
Mrs Sam Anderson Sternberg, a program half the time-without
was called drudgeryI --
to Florence, S. C. I'othy i Sapp, and Mis. Jim Godwin Is to be set up In the Immediate were visiting Mrs. Clarence Rob- I
, Wednesday because erts of Lake Butler Ft kitty afternoon without spoiling the clothes and at 1
Mir and Mrs. L. O.Hazen spent Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns. Jr., of the death of her brother- i I!'lot the State Farm, who were on a future. :
day in Jacksonville. spent Sunday afternoon in Gaines- In-law, R. J, Turner. pleasure trip. The plan for blind assistance approved almoHt no expense. \ /,
IIt I .- -- Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Douglas I,
ville. I by the State Welfare Board
I I Women Iron in comfort while
!MISSION lULL is und family of Brooker spent Sun- I I.
now Washington! where it
B R witkovskl spent Thursdaytaccksonvife Friends of Mrs. J. R. Boring will 'using It with no hot stoves to fret h
be The dividing of Israel Into two I awaits the aproval of the National day with Mr. and Mrs. CheHter Andrew 'ff
Beach. Mrs. Walter Alvarez of Jacksonville glad to learn that she Is
I jt ing after Improv- I groups, Judah and the ten tribesof Social Security Board. When the ,, over no labor of keping up coal or 1
spent Tuesday here with her undergoing: an
,, nr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong sister, Mrs. F. B. Johns. tomy In Jacksonville last appendec-j Israel, referred to as "The Two assent of the NSSB, which Is confidently Mr. And Mrs. Grady Mizelle and wood fire, no danger of explosion 'I
Stolcks'
Jacksonville. In scripture, made the expected Is Investigations children were visiting friends and alcohol etc..
Friday in obtained using gasoline, no ,
Iptnt I foundation of the Bible .f
study TUesday relatives in Georgia over the week-
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop and Dr. and Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll I I I evening. to determine the eligibility end. starch sticking, smutting or .1; k:
Mrs L. A. Shepherd children visited and baby of of applicants will begin in
Mi and relatives in Green Jacksonville were Romans sixteen and E/ek. scorching fine linen. '
in Jacksonville. Cove guests I thirty- the twelve districts of the common- Mr. and Mrs. Reddish Andrews .;
pent Monday Springs Sunday afternoon. Thursday of Mrs. Carroll's seven were the scriptures used by
I | and son were visiting her mother, See Mrs. J. C. JONES Starke '
mother, Mrs K. H. Long. j the lender It Is wealth, It was announced today by ,
wonderful
Just to I. flt
I Mrs. Delia Thomas, in Jacksonville
Mrs.! A.. F. Sauls was visiting In Mrs. O. W White and daughter --- note how the Word Is fulfilled: the Clayton C Codrington, State Welfare Fla., for a FREE DEMONSTRATION. : : f

lckSOIl\'llle Tuesday. Miss Dorothy White, spent Tues Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Mrs. dividing! took place, and now asi Commissioner Tuesday .
I day in Jacksonville.Miss W. H. Hart, and Miss Lucile Kennedy -i j prophesied the uniting and gather- There are 1.280 needy blind in I I Chester and Reddish Andrewswere I
Florida, the estimate revealed business visitors to Gainesville Fuel for the above Irons be-
jtr and Mrs. T. K. McClane, Jr. spent Saturday in Jackson Ing together of these same peoplesin may
nd Mrs' T F- Landrum spent :: Mary Canova of Tallahassee v lIIe. I'rogtess'. The maximum assistance that I Monday purchased reasonably at GAS- K

relay in Jacksonville. spent the week-end with her -------- I; A splendid lesson and application may be granted to an individual [ Quite a large crowd attended a SKTT'S HARDWARE STORE In
mother, Mrs E. E. Canova. Mrs. E. E. Cn nova and Miss I I' can always be had from the $30( per month by law. The federal dance given by Dorothy Supp Starke. 10-6-41 U

Mlr and Mrs. L. A. Brown ofrooker Mary Canova were guests Sunday 'weekly studies and this was no ex- government has appropriated $100- "
were business visitors A. F. Sauls, Jr., of Louisiana wasa of Mr.. and Mrs F. A. Canova I ception. 000 to match Florida funds In a I
J in
.ne Friday recent guest of his father, A. F. Gainesville. I There was a note of sadness! this similar amount, limiting the total When You Need It You Can't Get It!

Sauls and Mrs. Sauls. week because of the serious Illness for distribution, the first year to Insure Now While You Still Have
(
:.Mr' and :Mrs. A. E. McKinney Clarence Hoppe of Tampa was a Air. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch of I of several members and friends of $200,000. Your Health.
Saturday afternoon in Jacksonville are the mission work who had sent in Such blind as support them-
spending their
pent recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. 0 .L. va-
Gainesville. Beasley. cation at the Peek place at King- |.( requests for prayer. selves by solicitation on the streetsor PENINSULAR LIFE INSURANCE CO.

sley Lake. The group was pleased to go other professional methods are ('II.RI.ESU'lIoumN., Agent
Miss! Kitty Hogsed spent the !welcome a new pastor recently located barred from the benefits of the
leek-end at Jacksonville Beach Mrs D. P. Carpenter Mrs. L. D. Mrs. John Winters here, as well as other new plan. x
and
Vining and Mrs. M. F. Brown Miss fares I that appear from time to .
nth her unto, Mrs. Kitty R. Lane. Ruby Winters of Waldo
were
spent Monday in Jacksonville. guests Tuesday night of Mr. and time Next' at the Hall. RECEIVES HOODED COBRA FRESH SEA FOODS OF ALL KINDS
week
R E Mundorff of Blowing Rock Mrs. A, W. Redgrave. promises much Interest -
I '. C was the guest Tuesday of Judge and Mrs. E.: K. Perrymanand since beside the study the mu- SILVER SPRINGS hooded, Regardless of how rholcy you may lxt In Mclerting'
Mrs. J. L. Peek
lr. und :Mrs. A. H. Johns. spent Fridayin Mr. and Mrs. sic will be supplemented by Trom- speckled Cobra has arrived here your ra and fresh water food, we bundle a line I
Jacksonville.Mr. R. L. Prescott of bone '
and Alto horn.
Nashville from India. This most famous of 4' mplet In every reujMH't.
Tenn., were guests Saturday
I Mrs. Bobby McQuaig of Palat- and ;.\I (.LING deadly serpents was purchased by f
Sunday of FREQUENTLYSTYMIES
Mr. Prescott's
a visiting her sister, Mrs. An- Jacksonville. und Mrs. V. L. Geiger of sister, Mrs. Kay Gill. I : COLDS! Ross Allen, and added to the local Visit Our Market And Be Convinced
were guests Monday
Goodman for two weeks. herpetologlst's collection of -
''I' of Mr. and Mrs. O. L..Beasley. i reptiles Ion will always lie In doubt until we hate' proven our oertlceMAGNOLIA
Dr and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza have j! If you gargle Ml 31 Solution The newcomer is a pugnacious -

tee Homer Bros extraordinary Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mrs. E. J. announced.the birth of a son on (.i regularly morning and night, you creature of awesome loath-

10 day' !special. One beautiful Dowling spent Monday afternoonin Tuesday morning, October 12, In may avoid many colds. Mi 31 Solution some appearance. His general coloring FISH MARKET f
nrii'; port nil, framed complete, Gainesville St. Vincent's Hospital. kills germs in S seconds. And is brown, but white spots
nd three nice folder photos. for -- -- at what n low price! Only 49c for lunge along his back. He has a QUALITY h tJlTANTITY

1300. 2t Miss Lois Adkins, a student at Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sauls and a full pint! You'll like !it, too! Ml wide hood spread with a black
their 31 Solution Is guaranteed to satisfy spotted white throat.
guest Mrs -
the Florida State College for Wo- Evelyn Madiix,
Mrs Nathan Prevatt spent the men at Tallahassee spent the spent last Sunday In Lake City as or you get your money back.
eek-end' in Jacksonville as the week-end' with her parents, Judge guests of Mrs. Myrtice Hawthorne. Buy :Ml 31 Solution at the Rexall

Kit if> :Miss Nelta Dean. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. I Drug Store- -Carpenter's, the Rex-
:Mrs. Evelyn Mnilrix has return. all Drug Store In Starke. Adv. FINEST GRADE
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ed to her home in Ft. Lauderdale; ; ,
after a visit here with Mr. and 1
LILLIAN'S DANCE STUDIO
Mrs. A. F. Sauls. CENT A WORDCOLUMN
Announces Its Re-Opening On COOKINGOIL

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthyand "
TUESDAY OCT. 19
Mrs. Elizabeth :Meadle: were

I guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. !i iI FOR SALK- 18 inch- -roller sugar
Registerations Solicited Between I W. McLendon in Jacksonville. I mill\ in good condition. Cheap for i

10 A. M. and 5 P. M. ;i cash Dalton Carter, Lawtey.
Monday | Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett had ;i ii 118-8-2tp Gallon 75c
i as their guests Sunday their son- SPECIALS OCTOBER 15 and 16

COMPLETE: LESSONS IN-TAP-BALLROOM: AND I I in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. FOR SALE- My 1930 Chevrolet

BALLET. DANCING TAt'CIlT 1 Randolph BOI'ee.l )I, sedan. Bargain $125.00. Terms MTAUKK. FLORIDA BRING CONTAINER
I Ito reliable party T. 'J. McIntyre

LILLIAN STERNBERU bmtructor ( Miss Hannah Swindell has re- lip FANG'' TCB
I turned to her home here after visiting j ICEBERG LETTUCE Ea. TMcl ij

I In Jacksonville with Mrs. A. I I WANT to buy a home in or near BUTTER
'A. Wainwright I Starke for not more than $2,000.

NAT: SE ::_ ti M i ...Jh A. ----; '! Address Box XYZ, care TelegraPh 1C. Pound '
r W. C. T. U. will enjoy an hour Starke, Fla 2t YORK APPLES 5 Lbs. 35c '

Did you eterMt A pilooii andsee l with Mrs. R. L. Kemp Friday aft-./
some ynuttg" fellow walMiitf |ernoon' and the hour Is now three SALESMAN WANTED To sell HOLE
r r, around looking Just u* innocent as I o'clock. locally beautiful line of Christ-
; t m. school boy and, you just couldn't.y I mas cards. Commission. Applyto JON. EATING APPLES Doz. l IOeFARci

r ,believe'Uint qe wa bad enough to I The teachers of Bradford Coun- Bradford County Telegraph.FOR .

kill policeman or Homethlng?' ty are 'attending the Teachers' Institution RENT Furnished apartment ;

/ 1L ell. It's just lice( mu.v thing lth In Gainesville this week- Downstairs Mrs. L. E. 5 Pounds 17c '

/ hhoefi, you tail look at's good look-)( / end.' I Moseley, 334 N, Cherry. St. Starke. Potatoes 14

r InK pulr of shoes In the catalogue Mrs.-Fred Guy returned to her lip 10I'OVNll C RIBBON CANE

priced at'SL09! and you would iiev-i home in Jacksonville Wednesday I FOR RENT Furnished apart- i

.sa er realize how sorry they are until' 'after1 visit here with her parents. ment with private bath. Extra SYRUPGallon

'- you get then wet., Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. i room if desired. Locked garage.F. OCTAGON SALE
A. Scott, Starke Fla. Phone 50c
Judge and Mrs. J. C. Adkins of 34. ltp

-Fi'n-- Gainesville were. guests Monday SOAP OR POWDER :
,
.< **- night. of Judge and Mrs.' A..Z.. "Adkins. 1. .PURECOFFEE: "./

Fall DRESSES "TRIMMED [iLuLiT

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson 5 For 10

\1' and son, Edgar, and Mrs. E. M. c '
1'o\\'I'RU"ES 2 PC.SUITS. Thomas spent Sunday In Green | 2 1 Lb. Pkgs 25c

Cove Springs aa guests of Mr and

$2.98 to $6.95 Mrs. J. B. Mills. '/,/,?/! / /' Palmolive Soap, Bar 5c TIP TOP ,

rv Mrs. E. L. Middleton of Jacksonville KKSIS ItREDN COFFEEPound
was the guest Sunday of Dr A
U K S E.
and Mis. W. E. Middleton. She was
A $32.50 I accompanied home by Mr. Middle- Flour 25c {

( llLDREN'3 : ton, who had spent several days i [ who (lutiftiU'y 75 i
here with his
SWEATERS ValueOCR I parents. j administers C PI'KK HOttLARD +

/ Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews left J tlie prcst.rJbfcfHrrre 21Pounds
Sunday for Ft. Myers and Tampa \ '
69c and $1.00 PRICE where Mr. Matthews will attend : hearings of the railroad >( PEARL HOME UROCND: 50 Lb. Can $5.95
I Blon. Mrs Matthews !
$19.50MILLINERY commls'I'I
!
Mi, and Mrs. R. O. Daniel i t, V GRITS I MEAL FLORIDA SIRLOIN
sota the first of the week: ",, Mrs.
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Jessie Livingston In Tampa. Every registered nurse knows
1 I how carefully prescriptions should 5 Pounds 15c II 5 Pounds 12c STEAKPound

I'IPECI.\IoiIlOUT! TIME ONLY'''he compounded. She know this

FALL SHOES One fine large portrait rramt'CIl; work should be done as meticulously 22c
SAVINGS complete. and three nice folder i iphoton as her work at the sick per CHUCK FLA. STEAK lb. 111/c
,
all for $3.110. NO)1ERBROS. I son's bedside.

STYLE 1.98-3.95 : srrmo.! 2t And. when she sees a prencrlptlon PORK

filled, at (he Rexall Drug
FLA. RIB STEW Lb. 9c
\T LOW Miss Martha Brounlee and Miss I Store-she knows it was done by a SHOULDER
r Katharine Carnea, nurses at Riv } registered pharmacist who used I

erside Hospital In Jacksonville, I only fresh potent ingredients Every 15c
\ R
I'RlCEI were weekend guests of Miss: prescription is double-checked l SMOKED SAUSAGE Lb. 15c Pound

), LADIES'SHOES Brownlee's parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. : for accuracy. IKHVARD
: M. Brownlee. I Ii Prescriptions! are filled prompt- j'
$1.49 ---------- !i ly at the Rexall Drug Store. You |
-:4 .. WE V E IT TISSUE PAPER
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith and' never need to wait longer than its I, \L14HJ.t\
\ ) $2.49 $1.19 son, Willis, left here last week tot: takes to compound the prescription THE NEW 1 PO K MARGARINE

\ motor to Shawnee, OkU, where | accurately.Then 3 bar 20c
I
A New
they will make their home. Mr. too, the price for any one '
P k
'
\ $2.95 Smith and family have lived here j prescription la! based on the ingredients 3VALUEFOOD CAIX) DOO
for the past six years and their' time and fair profit, w'> : ay

friends regret seeing them leave ,: that you never pay too much at
IT PATS TO BUT AT Florida, but Mr. Smith owns property the Rexull Drug Store. Bring FOOD i
I. \'n.uns1; \ITAMINI1: i1: S. ENERGY; !
S TERNBERGS In Oklahoma and the change your next prescription to Carpen-
I was necessary on account of business ter's, the Rexall Drug Store. Look Only 21c Per Pound | 3 Cans 25c ti

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J COUNTY TELEGRAPH': 8TARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY

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; A nautical mile Is 6,080 feet, or Abraham Lincoln
WHENCE COME: THR1PS
.t ; ] wet born
: FROM: ONION SETS SAYS 800 feet more than a land mile. Feb. 12, 1809. on

STATION ENTOMOLOGIST I .-- ..


; : +ili'l'dl SECTION'ir j jn GAINESVILLE "For a long LIVE STATE NEWSNews The first grains of wheat grew I Chicago has mere: ",w.nu for

FARMERS time we entomologists have been wild on the steppes of Asia, thousands the rninlatry than ally .ther city 'In
;
trying to find out whence come the of years ago. the :world

1' t t ( r Conducted by Demonstration Arzenta tbrlpa that Infest! onions," says! J. of Florida in Short ParagraphsWPA ==--
R. Watson of the Florida Experiment i 11II1

.tt Station. "Search of wild and
i :1 THE TOAST OF THE
I : :: cultivated plants during the sum TOWN

I -- I mer haa failed to reveal their presence --- JVX HOSIERY MILL

( in Florida at that time. If OFFICE MOVED
I
RURAL Hints To HousewivesWeekly present at all, they must be exceedingly JACKSONVILLE The Florida JACKSONVILLE-Mayor Geo.C. .
Blume said last week Jacksonville

a COMMON SENSE And yet scarce.the thrips Is one pest office of the Public Works Administration to had been selected as the site
l is to be transferred!
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'f r l from Home Demonstration which Florida gardeners can depend for a new hosiery mill. He said the
I Atlanta November 1. The Geor-
1 By SPUDS JOHNSON Specialist, T.n.- upon every year-It Is as sure by for the plant, to be built at an estimatedcost
gia headquarters Is to serve 200
of $100,000 would employ
as death and taxes, Mr. Watson
entire southeast.! About seventy
.i SOIL CONSERVATION MORE GUAVA RECIPES adds. Practically every patch of persons in the state office here will peraons. The location has been

I ..I NECESSARY TO SAVEOVERWORKED onions Is sooner or later infested purchased! the Mayor said. William
be transferred dropped.
or
kl LANDS Guava Fruit Punch with onion thripa. Usually they are Nobel, the city official added,

: I 1 1-2 cups water, 3-4 cup sugar not numerous and destructive in SCHOOL BOARD ABSOLVED will own the plant. Nebel has a

1 1'' In certain sections! of this country 3 cups medium strength tea, the fall, but as the warm weatherof mill now at Charlotte, N. C.TAX .
BRISTOL-The Liberty County A C
.' 'f1? and (in other countries of the 6 ripe guavas!, 3-4 cup orange Juice, spring arrives they usually stop
school
three
absolved
,1 Grand
world, soil, once rich and productive 1-4 cup lemon Juice 1-2 cup pine the growth of onions. Jury LIQUOR INCREASE

1 II ''V has been drained of Its fertility apple Juice, and 1-2 finger of fresh In Florida most! onIons are board members of criminal blamein TALLAHASSEE-First quartertax
the signing of alleged patronage
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? by constant, continuous planting ginger root. grown from sets so! recently the contracts State's Attorney OrionC. collections on liquor, wine and

f b'4 of "cash" crops that take much Peel ginger root and chop fine, entomologists turned their attention -, I beer in Florida jumped about nine- (

) 441 ( and add little or nothing to the I boil with 1cup of the water until to onion sets as a possible Parker Jr., announced. At the teen per cent over the same! periodof

4 i land on which they are grown. a strong ginger flavor Is obtained source of infestation. From a quart instance of Governor Fred P. Cone last year under the Impulse of

And now, the result- -the discovery I ; cool and strain through a of sets purchased! in a seed! store the grand Jury investigated alleged higher excise taxes. Liquor lax collections -

4S $ 't or realization that many lands : cloth, squeezing ginger root. Wash ,, they took 160 adult and larval' division of school appointments at the Beverage Department -

)t .i, ,44'! that were formerly rich are sub- guavas, cut and press through a thrips. They are now convinced : between the members.. in July, August and September -

'i marginal, or IIO! Infertile that crops fine sieve to remove seeds.! Combines that onion sets are the common totaled $321,294, an increase of
_ _
f cannot be produced profitably on all Ingredients stir until sugar source of Infestation! and that MORE THAN $23,000 $53,757; over the same months of

; ; fl them. Year after year of planting is dissolved and pour over when the gardener plants onion TALLAHASSEEContributions 1936. Beer an4 wine excise taxes

t { t the same! cash crops! on them have cracked Ice before serving. Serve sets he also establishes thrips. collected under the Unemployment brought in $354,051, a $54,851 increase '

I' }: ''f reduced them to unprofitable six. Their numbers are small at first Compensation Law totalled more .

f 1 tracts where vegetation Is sparse! Florida. Punch and they build up slowly duringthe than $25,000 during the first weekof .

4 and production in scant. I 2 2-3 cups unsweetened guava fall and winter but as warm this month, Director Harold C. Jo'LOIUDSLOTS IN CUBA

h 4 For many years, Florida and Juice 2 2-3 cups orange Juice, 1 1-3 weather comes they multiply with Wall said. Payments by employers MIAMI-Two thousand slot machines Yes, Coca Cola is the favorite -

other states of the nation had so cups! lemon Juice, 4 cups water, exceeding rapidity and spread to I -1.8 per cent of [their payrollsfor banned by a new law In not only of this town,

much land they hardly knew what 1 1-3 cups shredded pineapple, 2 other plants. They may spread to the first nine months of the
Florida have been shipped! to Havana
but of
k l. ; to do with it. In all probability, cups sugar, and grated rinds of 1 I cabbage, lettuce snap beans or year--were due Oct. 1 and must be and are being operated joint. every town throughout -

a'' I this plentltude of rich soil waa orange and 1 lemon. celery growing close to onions. mailed in not- later than Oct. 25, he ly by the Cuban government and a the Country. And no
Boll and water for 3 min.
j sugar The discovery gives the Florida said.
mainly responsible! for the system
'' it ? of completely "wearing out" a utes. Cool add fruit and pineap- grower an opportunity to do some- syndicate. A Cuban of former government Florida operators decree- wonder, since people everywhere -

ple, chill and pour over crackedIce thing about reducing early Infestation $40.12 PER STUDENTJACKSONVILLEAn;
tract and then proceeding to another this week legalized slot machinesIn have discoveredhow
Serves 12.Miami .
( before serving. ( by thrips. He can soak the
i and doing likewise with it. audit prepared the Island Republic and namedas
T Fruit Punch onions for two hours in a strong the tingling, delicious
: But, times and land have changed. 6 by C. K. Milllgan certified agent for the syndicate! of for-
} 7 cups water 7 cups sugar, solution of nicotine
sulfate
d py- accountant revealed today flavor of Coca Cola
i' The population la much larger than 9 pineapple public mer Florida operators, Rogelio Gomez peps
cups guava Juice, cups rethrum or rotenone compoundssay -
it was a century and, consequently that Duval County spent $49.12 to one-time at
4 ago county judge Key
10 and feel-
t t land is not so easy to get Juice 1 fresh ginger root, cups 1 part to 200 of waterandkill educate each of 37,: M students enrolled West. you up keeps you
orange juice ((4 dozen small oranges all adults and larvae. The
In its public schools duringthe fit
the
and rich land brings a good pre. ing throughout day.
), 2 cups lemon Juice ((1 doz- onion bulbs, however, likely will be scholastic 1936-37. The
year
F'' ( (' is mium. en), and 1-2 cup finely chopped carrying a large number of thripa per capita cost for the previous CONE AND EMILY

4e In past years, little thought was fresh mint leaves. eggs, and these will not be killed. year based on an enrollment of LAKELAND Governor Cone

i ; given to the future, or, at least, Wash and peel ginger root, chop The eggs hatch In from three 36,313, amounted to $45.55. will inaugurate the advertising ofFlorida's STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.,

t' ''' that seems to have been the case. fine and boll with 3 cups of the days to a week, produce mature 1937-38 fruit crops witha

l." ; Little thought was given to rotation water until a strong ginger flavorIs thrips in two more weeks So Mr. GR.\. DSON'S STEPFATHER radio address in New York City,

_ ; 'k f to soil-building, and to conservation obtained. Cool and strain Watson says the first dipping Oct. 21. It will be the first of a
A. S. Steen
p ( of the land. And now, through a cloth, squeezing the gin- should be followed by another PALATKA-Dr. series of fifty-two radio programs,

farmers on acres that have been ger root. Boll 4 cups of water and about two weeks later and that veteran Putnam County physicianwho to be broadcast twice a week during -

I' '' ', depleted of their fertility are having sugar together to make a syrup! the onions should be kept at room died here Friday After was the hisgrandsof's the coming six months, for For

4 to "pay the piper" with unprofitable then cool. Combine all Ingredientsand temperature in the meantime. All stepfather. which the Commission has arranged Expert RepairingSmith's
tijt '' for this lack of cracked ice to chill. deaths of his first wife and his son,
r' crops pour over eggs should have hatched the
his in its $500,000 campaign for advertising -
,41q '( foresight by farmers of past generations. Dilute with cold water if punch\ Is young will not have had time to he married became the daughterinlaw.He of Florida grapefruit, oranges
then stepfather
too strong when ready to serve. mature and start laying anda
1 eggs, his grandson, Wilburg Steen. Two and tangerines this season.A .
t But, our state and nation have Provides 100 one-third cup serv thorough clean-up should result children were born of the second feature attraction of the radio GaragePhone

,' ,I tf awakened to the fact that the soil ings. with much less trouble for the onIons marriage, a daughter, Mrs. Bufard series will be Mrs. Emily Post authority -
be out and that much of Guava next !
can worn Catsup spring. who will tell
? Thornton and a son, Keith Steen, on etiquette,
it has been worn out. The awakening 3 pulp (this be .
/ i cups guava may both of Palatka, women of American "How to Get 120
} has come In time, if farmers pulp left after extracting Juice for FROST PROTECTION the Most Out of Life."

i' '; of today will heed the striking evidence Jelly.), 5 medium-sized onions SERVICE EXPANDEDFOR .
tr VOCATIONAL SCHOOL STOPS
before them and the necessity sliced fine, 5 smal peppers, chop- WINTER PERIOD ANOTHER LAKE EXITS Wrecker Service Day or Night

', for In seeds removed 1-8 JACKSONVILLEAdministra-
a change operations. ped fine ( ) or

i : y Cover crops for building the soil teaspoon of ground pepper, 3 cups LAKELAND A greatly expanded tor R. J. Dill said last week the DADE CITY-For no apparent ===4

rotation for giving the weary land vinegar 4 teaspoons ground all Federal-State Horticultural works progress administration is reason Florida lakes occasionallytake

q ,, a rest, and the many other ways in spice, :3 teaspoons ground cinnamon Protection Service will keep tab on discontinuing its vocational education it in their heads to go out of GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR MOTOR Will

t) R which our land can be conserved 2 teaspoons ground cloves, 6 the weather for Florida citrus and project at Camp Rooseveltnear business and when this occurs It

r D l should be put to full use If we and cups sugar 1 tablespoon salt, and truck growers during the 1937-38 Ocala. Funds for; the project usually results In a lot of poor fish K OOL MOTORGASOLINE

1-4 season, to which has been operated in connec- being thrown on relief through no
those who come after us are not to cup water. according Eckley S. Ellison
tion with the extension division of fault of their Neff AND OILS
own. Lake
suffer from a dearth of rich land.It Cook onion In the water until it meteorologist In charge. FIVE STATIONS IN BRADFORD COUNTY ARE AT 101B
f the University of Florida, have become the Pasco-Hernando line
is time for something to be Is soft. Combine oil the ingredients Establishment of additional tem- near SERVICE WITH A COMPLETE: LINE OF

i done about it. And something is cook for 30 to 40 minutes, pour perature stations l issuance of two exhausted, Dill explained. went dry last week to leave thou CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTSTHE

I'd h being done about it and the more Into hot sterilized jars and seal Immediately temperature bulletins and oneshippers' GRANDFATHER sands of black bass, bream and NEXT TIME HIM
HCSY; YOUR MOTOR RUNS HOT, GET
that is done the better will be the This la excellent to bulletin dally expansionof other finny creatures "high and KOOL-MOTOK: GASOLINE FROM ONE OF TI1K:>K

farming of the future. serve with meat or avocados. experimental work in connectionwith TALLAHASSEE--Chief Justice dry." Local game wardens were STATIONS JOHN ROGERS (Gainesville 11.11..11{ l lKitty's >
r temperature inversion, and ..- W. H. Ellis of the Florida Supreme notified and under the direction of

.MOTICK OP *.P..f.A..O" talnlnK twenty...'..... .more. or suance of special forecasts for ele Court became a grandfather thriceIn Supervisor of Conservation P. L. Dad Penders 13.28

F'Ott'I'CX* Bill ItKKIIINrnnt No. 'ltd: The lexH. assessment. of the sold property vations ranging from 25 to 100 recent weeks. The grandchildren Lilly Wardens Hope of Hernando West End Sta. Harrison's (Brooker)

t IsN10. Fowrllhnld rflnt I'etrlfl- In the of :Mrs. W. C. D. E. ROBERTS Agent
wag name
cote No. 32H, Issued the 5th day of Lons, during the coming season Mr. and Mrs. William N. Ellis of frantically to save as many of the ,
August A. 1) 1929!> ban filed name In Unless said certificate The Service has fish BRADFORD AND UNION; COUNTIES
+ my office mid hun made application shall be redeemed now 350 temper Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. Melville H. as possible. They succeeded in
for a tax devil to be limited thereon. dexi'rlbed.. according' ,,therein to law will the he properly Hold' ature stations in the state, a much Ellis of Jacksonville, and Mr. and transferring over 3,000 pounds of WORTHINGTON SPRINGS

Said rtrnrrllidl ivrtlfli-ate' vmbraven In the following to the highest bidder at the courthouse larger number than last season. Mrs. Zach Douglas of Gainesville. black bass to other nearby lakes.
property the Coun-
door on the first :Monday In
ty of Bradford Wtute of Florida, to- the month of November, 1U.17. which This will enable it to keep a closer
wit: IH the let day of November. 11)37.) check on weather conditions and
_ Four ncren In 8W for of NE': .
Hated thin 2Bth day of September e
of HKVi! (',,m. at HW for A Run 1937. will be valuable In establishing
N 133 1-3 yards thence H Easterly OFFICIAL. SRAMA. weather data.
214 yards, thence H 13 1-3 J. THOMAS: '
1 yard to 8 line of Said 40. thenrvV cleric of Circuit' Court ofltradford Two temperature bulletins-one
\ beg AlHO H 3 acres of ETnwn."tl '+ Florida. in the and icy
of .N of HKH' Section' 32 1011OOTIf''J!J County morning the other in the
A South, ItnnK 22 evening-will be Issued from headquarters

Kant leHH.The containing. 7 Atreii. inoraOr N OF APPLICATION here daily to radio stations .
FOR TX HICKU 1jf///L"/
q, anpeKMinent of the said 1 property <**n... Hill "... I6l: newspapers, and railroads.
rl under the raid certificate Inxued NOTICE. IK HEHEIIY OIVE.V. That The first bulletin will be relewed I
F 1 wag"" In the name of 1"'. W. Sherman. A B. Siirrency holil.T of Tax Certificate t
,' LTnlex* nld certificate. shall l>.. re.deemed No. lie, Ixxued:: the 7th day at 11 a. m. and the second at 4 p. 'oJ
urcordlnir. to law the property of August. A. D. lil.1.1.: has filed mime m., the release time for the latter I a
dexcrlbed therein will be sold
9 in my office and line made application tjt x
to the hlichext Milder at I the courthoueM for H tax deed to lie issued being five hours earlier than it *
door on the first Mrmdav In '
thereon Maid certificate embraced I
last
was season. In cases of
the month of .
November 19J7. which the following dexi. rlbed property In
la the let day of November 1H.I7.Hated : the. County'' of Hriidford, ttiute ofKlnrldn emergency, three bulletins may be .,
thin 2lth! day of September. ) tn-wlhSotithFsnt : Issued :7"'ei ',
Y 19.17: Quarter of NorthKaxt .daily 1 if- a
(OFFICIAL SEAL) I Quarter Hei.tlon 33. ..wn. -.-
A J. THOMAS: ship ft South Range 20 )hart:. ,
!MULLET BEGIN RUN r
(Clerk of fluult Court of r,
containing 40 acres more or lenx.
llrndford, County, Jn ..lda. I The assessment of the sell property SHELL POINT-Florida mullet I See the/
lO-l-Gt-10-88 under the Maid certificate ,InRued their
wax III the name, of l lilisa WIN right eyes trained on 'the i
t, \O'I'Ir I: (IF' *l'i'i.irvrio\ Tight shore line, have started their 1938 .e fiI
Volt TAX DKKXenatv >> xon.1'nlexn NEW
(. 11111 >... 1t 1IN..TI..r. ) uccordinir xald certificate 1 to law shall, the be property redeemed long run around the Gulf of Mex- I :c
.
: is' JIEUKHY GIVEN:: That dem rlbed therein I will he voidto ico. Millions are doomed to frying
,! 1* O }Powell holder of Tnx CertlfIcntH the bidder the
highest at courthouie
I t No.'; 3U.: : Ixxiieil the 6th day of dnor on the first Monday In puns and salt palls. The seasonIs '
August. A. \>. 192'J. hue filed. same In the month of November, 19:17: which wide open on this choicest of
my office coil haw made application, la the Ixt day of November, 1917. SoCHEVROLa
_ l for a tax clet-d to lie IxRued 1 thereon. Hated' this 28th day of September> money fish and leader for popularity .. $
"Said certificate embrnceii the fnij s;b
1<>::1 I7 among hundred of varieties /
-
1 .
j lowing deeerlhel! property In the (OFFICIAL SKAT)
County of Bradford), Stale of Florida A. J. TIIO.MAS, taken annually from Florida waters ) )v>fr i '
to-wit: Clerk of Circuit Court of by commercial fishermen. By looking-Smarter-look- '3tl** *.'
All II'! of !PoiitheiiRt' Quarter Tirndforrt County, Florida. J
r Kaxt of fly 5 Acrex, Section 33Townxhlp 10l5tl2'J:! Christmas thousands of tons will
t d South" flange;.. 22Eaet have been caught and sold.< and I In all the x
: cont..lnlnll' 6er. morer .O'I''I': 01"" 'I'I.U' IIO\ ing- ways
.r leiix. FOIL THKKit; : .
r j The oxxenf.nieiit of the xalil property I ><.. IMI: ) i )-
_ under. the Maul certificate Issued NOTT''l i::'j..lil.m'':I ru\K.v.: ThM I IM A Three Days' Cough I II smartest /low-priced car j
van In the name of t'nkrmwn. ; Wiggins... holder of Tax CeitiHate It. | ,
CnlvxH. laid certificate shall. l>e re- :No.: 13. milled( the 2ml. day of
'I .,.*..m.1 HOC.->nllnff. to law. the property September, A. Il 11135.!> linn. filed[ name I Is Your Danger Signal j to Buy
dcHt-rlbed therein will be sold
In my office' find hue made application \ j
to the hlKhext hldI..t the courthouxe for a Six deed to be lunuetlthereon. No matter how many medicines I f
h door on the firm Monday. In Said l certificate. emhruceiij'" you have tried for your cough chest i
the month r>f November. t9:17.: which the following I .. ropsrty In ) e'f 11 4piiEyRO
cold or bronchial irritation you can ri Wfts
1* the Ut day > p ro..t..1 thin 29th day of :Hepteaber. tri-wlt: I INorthAWnt oil'
19:17: '; Quarter of XortliI I Serious trouble may be brewing and E
) (OFFICIAL SRAf. )tact Qunrter nod North Unit "f you cannot afford to take a chance I
M A. J. 'rJlfJ\r: oS."I..k North-Went:; Quarter Hectlon St: with any remedy less potent than .
l of 1'trcult Potirt of Township ft South flange DO Creomulslon which goes right to
i.', + Tirndford. County, Florida. Knit: containing 120 acre moreor
}. lo-i-r.t.io-zu the seat of the trouble and aids nature -
i I
t' -- The lees.assessment of the said I' to soothe and heal the inflamed
4 ,0 Q (l 'r OF' AI'Pi.tf 1'VIOY' erty under the *al j t, 't MH'IfKn>itIXfnalr''r 1)1:1:1/: ; was In the name of Frank and expel tho germ-laden phlegm. H THE CAR THAT IS
t 11111 "". KM: ) FiInesFuiess I Even if other remedies have failed,
M't NOTI'I': 11' iinitKnv[ : uivi.v.:: That call l certificate email be redeemed don't be discouraged try Creomul-

errf ;; ; :| : ; Uoorrlbed iicci.rdlriic[ therein, to law will, the be property .<.1.1 I slon. Your druggist is authorized: to

of September, A. 7).P139uehasdfileil to the highest\ bidder. at the curt, refund your money if you are not
'' same In toy office end has inude aP- houHe di...r on the first Monday lii thoroughly satisfied with the benefits -
pllcatl'Vi for R MIX deed t to b. Ixxuedthereon the month of November, 1937, ivhlctiI obtained from the very Cut Iv
m' t ha IdertiricHte embraces1h I the lot. day of November, 1937. bottle. Creomulslon Is wordnottwo 'ESYMBOL
,} following dexcrlbeil property In Dated thin 20th. day of September., one sAV
w the County of Bradford., State of 1B.17 and it has no hyphen in It, Of
Florida, l. -wltKaxt : Oi'FlClAt; SAL) Ask for it plainly, see that the name
Half of. Bouthw Quarter A J. TIJOMAfl, on the bottle is Creomulslon. and
of Hoiithwext Quarter;& section r-|.rk of Orcult Court of you'll pet the genuine product and -
116. Township HI* South Bradford. County, Florid UM rwellOwam.. (AdvJ .

11.0.' Tpr- ntyTNglAart, ,;;.cua. :._tw-It-o-21i} ,. So'' ..&t_.:.,. ;\ '-"''"-' ... .. ... :.; e .. ,., c ,. '? rtl,.. ,
," 1 .",> .; ; '" ",, /.,,:. ... ;:'.. : .::.:.;.o.a .." .. .....
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II-RNE CHCKCH_ DIRECTORY I you the Official Village Flute cow?" DOUBLE RUN sister-in-law Mr and Mrs. W. R. r

t'Jlt.-r \pflST CIIUKCHlie TUE&RIDE i I Player at night?" I Annl stared at him. This mightbe I I MrV.. A. Tyler, Cor. ; Conner Friday.

Leslie .\. Shepherd, Pastor : His voice was quite calm. "Do she, talking to Armalla. Clifton Brosky of Branford was ,
School 10 o clock a. m., you have any reason for making' Pardon me If I have offendedyou Albert Krown, who has Just returned visiting his aunt, Mrs. J. L. Man '',
Sun rujmas.
A unrning J. Worship, 11 a. m. WORE RED --4 !She: sat back, annoyed that she Ko postman." She waved him Vn. C C C Camp Is now employ. Willurd Rigdon of Fernandina 1 I1

B v. P V. meets. at 6.30; p. m. had failed to disconcert him. "I'm back.: Instinct gave her her choiceof ed with a drilling company in was visiting his mother Mrs. J. I. i
Worship, 7:30.S : nut making fun of you" She 1 words. Instinct and a sincerityof Alachun. Manning during the week-end.
Fwning MWTM MOM rat t, 1 shrugged After all, not be ,
""ednesdn why
s teachers Meeting emotion she was powerless to Alias Retha Geiger of Starke was Mrs. Lottie Griffis of Raiford
I waM EATh1C1 AB RSYNOPSIS decent to the fellow !She!' had already
"Pardon 1 should have
deny. me. visiting friends In this section' Sunday was visiting his sister and broth-
Jjeek'Pruyer service Wed- noted that the truly great known better." .
) : : C'mmt triode, l tin the lobby. It was evident that were quite kind to their inferiors. II er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. O. L.
nrsJR\ 30 p.m. one of the. old aristocrats<< of I I she herself, was under dlsclIsslon.She "Tell me why are the musicians "Please, Signorina. His .eyes Quiet a number of young folks Brown Saturday night.
with embarrassment.She '
dropped attended the ice at
cream party
yiETiIOOIST: CIIUKCHilex' :: TrlfdtelslN u waterfront cafe 1 crumbled her roll and as | going away? I liked them."
.\. Fisher Pastor ami I there ...w..tMnnl "The will in smiled, complete mistress of the home of Miss Doris Brown Saturday -
\\. tin enter one course followed the other her i a. m. tainer. On i the the situation. She was standing in night and all reported a nice
Sunday School-10 a sudden whim lie perturbation grew What were j hotel. And besides, they prefer '
Morning Worship-11 a. m. divide. to meddle with fate. Hewill they saying about her ? Were they i to go away. There are stars tonight the moonlight perfectly aware of time.Mrs. MODERN KITCHENS ,

cpworth t.eague-6:4:5: : p. m. \ send the girl to a fashionable I impressed, astonished, contemptuous and a rmx>n--and a picnic." the flattering play of light across W, R. Swanbom and son, j

Evening Worship-7:30: p. m. hotel 1 in Terrrnto, give her ? I She asked, Impulsively, "What do her face "You may ask me a question Arthur, of Suxton were visitingMr. need walls ana. fil
prayer meeting Wednesday atI'you clothe' and money and no proeto But as she was finisher her you do on a picnic ?" if you like." and Mrs W. A. Tyler Sunday

IU. hU. friend. Rudi Pal, that only omelet "Signorina has never been to He hesitated, then his eyes plunged afternoon.Mr. .
: intensely aware of those at
are Invited to all these serv- chance makes. 'people what they the opposite table, Alberto slippeda one ?" Into hers. "Is Signorina In and Mrs. J. L>, Brantley and
are But he Inns that love?" little Roger, were her
lce, warns at small note under her hand. "Par. Her inward laughter was bitter. son. visiting
the end. of two weeks. the adventure A picnic? The closest she had ever "No no I'm not." In an agonyof parents Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Brown

Bimewood Baptist Church Pastor will be CJ"f'rt the Ter- don Signorina Vivaldi, I was to come to it had been those early suspense, she' waited There was Saturday night and Sunday Colorful, w.t.rproof, jr....proof, '
this.
n.v.. L. O. Hemingway Sunday. Bible rento Htutlon, Annl meets. Oulllo, give at you the next From table."the gentleman morning repasts of greasy beef compulsion In his voice and gaze Mrs Reba Crawford and children and easy to dun Til needs no

Services every the pOHtman. She In. InterestedIn stew on the dock just outside the The renewed mute' music was were visiting her brother and or r.d.corstlon.Estim.t.s .
3:3
at
Study lt>:13 a. m. Services : him but She looked up full inta the eyes upk..p
forget him Immediately cafe. singing her a siren ong, tellingher given without obligation
o'clock i" afternoon.- when .she sins Rudi I'ul of Rudi Pal. His companions were "We walk In the night air" to steal the beauty ot this {'....... on new or! modernizing work.

I5E1IIEL BAPTIST CHURCH ejelng her admiringly. Then five watching her as Interestedly as he. Guilio said softly "In the summer, hour and keep It for her very own. Malariai. .

ncv. L. A. Uonnley Pastor minutes later, she discovers that A fierce wave of angry resentment we swim. In the winter, we ride In His hand crept up to the railing 6 6 6 :I..,. CENTRAL 1.\.
Services. every first Sunday. her maid Is Muriu. an old ac- flooded over her. So this was his sleighs. And we have baskets of and cloned over hers and a thrill TILE A: MARBLE t
2:30 m. iiiuinUince| ut the cafe. game. He had. taken her for some food to eat when COLDSI.KI'II COMPANY:
Sun.lay School, : p. we grow hungry. that was like a shock electrifiedher.
Bible Study and Prayer Services cheap adventuress hud m doubt Annl felt something happening >' !" 1'. flul d.,.. 707 \\'. Boundary .[
Saturday night Chapter Three made u bet with his friends. inside her. A dangerous, sweet DROPS NotB II" IIIJ
Gainesville Florida,
every "As lung as I can remember ;: ::::.; :
"I'm sure the will
Clgnorlna en- mingling of emotions. This life he
Cuilio said softly "there has been Try "I.U.b.M.TIM.-World. Best
Church
!St. .Murk's Episcopal "Annl," !Maria cried. "Oh, it's Joy her coffee on the terrace" Alberto spoke of pulled at her heartstringsand this balustrade between the lawn Liniment i
I itorning prayer and Sermon on fine to see There dis filled __ _
you again. suggested. was a her with strange yearn" nn
at and the terrace. I huve always Imagined
Sundays
I fourth
me second and Suddenly Ann felt her coldness tinct note of admiration in his ings. "Sausage cheese and beer on
Communion Saints It was there to keep those
m. Holy vanish. It was good good, to meet voice. 1 wet grass,' she jibed defensively."I .
I 11Days at 10 a. m. Litany and choir on the terrace from tailing to the KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME
someone who had once been fond Ann! nodded "Thank shouldn't like that""Cold
I gratefully. ;
I Friday night at 7:30: liiwn.' I realize now that it also
practice every of her, to see a dear, well-remem you. Alberto. Thank you for everything chicken and wine" he cor-
keeps those on the lawn from rising -
bered face.
p. m. lectc-d her "And when the grassIs
: to the terrace." MRS I. C. McCABE, 1.II.lyUt'ndant
Christian Church They flew Into each others' arms Lonely and a little forlorn she wet, it smells of the rain and
. services at the Christian Church with the fervor of old friendship I stood ut the terrace railing and I the earth." "Guilto Guilio," she murmured
and
raptly. was scarcely aware
I Sunday morning and evening She nodded patronizingly. "And 43 "'. Church Mt. SA St. George St.
every that she spoke his name.
lit eleven and seven o'clock respec- you sing your songs und play and
Then she was back to reality -
swept
I lively.KiiiKilcy. ,,, Ht tt.raed to her abruptly."G make and love somehow to your she girls.found He herself nodned as she heard a step beside JACKSONYILUC:, FLST.. AUGUSTINE, "'L.'.
Signorsa lu
lovtf"i displeased. "Are In love, I her. She turned around and saw
Lake Baptist ChurchRev. ; you post Phone 5-I33S Phone 27
man?" that It was Rudl Pal who stood
Ivan Bohannan Pastor
Preaching services every fourth "No"She there

I 10.30: o'clock A. M. felt her pulse quicken. "I'm "Good evening, Signorina Vivaldi .
Sunday -- ----- -- -- --
I surprised Why not?" He waa si- may I speak to you for a moment
1
t o t lent. "You're too busy, perhaps?" ?"

she prodded. UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO.

JONESComments HB turned to her "Is
BOB abruptly.
l rd (Annl hen romp to Terrnto
Signorina: love?" I. C. McCABK .
to pose IM allld)'. Rut she find. PresidentiINDUSTRIAL
On Here Her flushed Whit
1 eyes angrily.
i iF herself responding to Gullies uiiHr
And HereafterRecently U F 1 1b a fool she'd been, allowing u mere <> I".hmn.lId mm', \\tmlliiHiii'lU'p. LIFE INSURANCE
L peasant to presume HO. "That'snone In Rudi I'uI to hateon

of your business," she flared. her life? Don't ruin next JACKSONVILLE, FIX>KIDA i

the writer received an "Exactly Signorina;' he said' uerU'H roniiintlr liiMtallmi-nt.) i
with the first cif, he'
display temper
book on the subject
Was interesting Jews Crucified on Wednesday had shown. "It is none of my business ..-- -, R. H. Geiger G. L. SappRepresentathe

Thursday, or Friday ?" This Hut why is it that you feel Only six) or seven persons in a Representative

Is technically interesting; how. privileged to question and examine million are struck by lightning according .

levir, the important thing Is not me us If I were a three-legged I to estimates.

|what Uy Jesus was cricified. The a ;J.1w -- ---. -

limpirtUnt fact Is that He was

Icruoifieu The Bible Is very def. r
rate, in its teaching about the ,

.death of Jesus. Jesus said that He I I AGAIN OLDSMOBILE
: : I
(bad the power to lay His life down I drew apart, babbled at each other ,(,watched th group of peasants just

and He had the power to take it simultaneously! then moved to the beyond the lawn. The pleasant mingling

again He said that no man I bed and flounced upon it. |I of the guitars and flutes livened

could! take His life According to Then Annl proceeded to tell her the night air with melody. ,

Ithe Bible, Jesus! did not die just a I about Count Armalia's visit to the I Then a shadowy, figure separatedfrom

martyr's death. There Is some- Cordillera. !I the group and she heard u I

thing about the death of Jesus 1 I "But after the two weeks?" Ma- voice Just beneath her. It was It

Ithit li not true.about the death of I rid said quietly. "What then?" Cuilio. "Good evening Signorirri." STEPS OUT AHEAD t
1 For a second Annl felt her I /
uy) one else His death\ was viand "Good evening postman, she
carl Bubstilutionil. He (throat constrict. Then she laughed said coldly Her smile was ironic
I "Why. I'll think about it
account. He died In
Jllf on nir us she pointed to his flute "Or are
lour pUce: He paid the debt. Men then. Tell me about yourself I
say th theories of the atonement | tT hat brought you to< Terento, ? The

Ihavi( iriged. That I In, true. But 1 police? Religion?" I Send Us Your Kodak Fllnnlor
I
Ithe E t teaching about the atone- I[ Maria: looked at her placidly. UexKopmrnt.: \ Cn day service --.L
I and first clans work I
Imrnt r not changed. God makes "I'm happy here Annl I wash guaran

|it pi in His Word that Jesus dishes, scrub roms: and work from I to teed.e tall Inches.make enlargement Give ut u trial up I rh tcl ,:

ass s unded for our transgres- | a.otnlng: till night. Yet for the 1 t J.

stone and bruised for our Iniquities. I fit lit time in my life, Fin truly happy CAUKADINE'S, LAUTEY1K.U.N : iiw s- >r

I He hire our sins in His body on a Can you believe that ? One ,
|cr< i night at the bar I looked into S1H1:1)LLl: -
.. I 11.1
mirror. I was frightened. Wrinkles Our schedule changes April 23th

In the Garden of Gethsemane lines, I saw my finish. So !and trains will run as fallows.Southbound 5,1 tr. r

|hen perspiration' like drops o.f I here I am." v- A a'i

bllJfell, \ from the brow of our It's so good to have you here No. 1-Due Starke 11:31: P.M

|Lord He prayed that "this cup may Marla. I've had to be so careful, No. 15: -Due Starke 4-57 P.M. i

pass from Me if it be Thy will." jo correct. Annl laughed gaily. No. 107-Due Starke 9:16: A.M. r'h. ,1111111 ,

'hat did, He mean by that pray.er She felt exactly like a fat woman No 191-Due Starke 10:39: P.M.

| ? Some say that He prayed the with her corsets off. NorthboundNo.

prayer because His humanity Maria was unpacking the bags. 2-Due Starke 5:00: A.M

|shrank from the thought of death. "Keep on being careful and cor No. 16-Due Starke 11:24: A.M.

Others my that since He was the rect.;: You'll have to watch out. The No. 108-Due Starke 5:00: P.M

unless Son of God the horror of very finest people stay here..' Starke and Wannee Branch

bearing' the sin ot the world over- "They don't come too fine or too .Vo 101-Leaves Starke 7:UU A. an r

[whelmed Him. It is not my desire elegant for Signorina Anne Vi ,Jo. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50: f. AtDuiiy

I to be dogmatic, but I believe He valdi." She turned with lazy dig except aunuays. .."

|was praying to be delivered from nity. "Lay out my red dress with T J. GKIKPINJ '\ \ "

death in the Garden It Is the the beads. I'll wear it to dinner -

["flier's opinion that Satan concen- tonight. *M&UJH INOJOMHee !f -_ .-

[trateJ all of his demons on that Marla lifted out the pcarlet / i- 5 wv

l one spot, and that Jesus under the ,heath, looked at it and then at 1TRFi Fri
|assault full as If life was about to \nnl. "Not this red dress. Not \'
A rllp' away and He prayed to be delivered here. You might as well wear a
> Chfll.F Ttr.M l ria,and Influent* WITH Two NEW STYLE LEADERS FOR 1938
ham
think death In the Garden. I sign. A.I draff ctorM the or Mod stamp M ,
ibis .is set forth clearly In A dismayed silence "But when 1.atlun Dean C.Jaeluon illLlla. '

H.brewe. I am positive that Jelitui will I wear It ?" Annl asked plain-red ;; BOTII SIX AND EIGHT OFFERING ( :ss: =?.)

never prayed to stay off the Uvely. Her beautiful precious FEAtayRE --'
icrona He said "I. if I be lifted up dress that meant everything to her. aOO'l -

from the ground will\ draw all men Maria was deep In the trunks. cy.oe.S'-: THE AUTOMATIC SAFETY TRANSMISSION !
to ,
[ :Me. This does not apply to His Annl was unable to distinguish her = tt.

l resurrection although the reeurrectton words. ...,c. ..e O.N..V"w......See' 'i t
was essential. According "Perhaps two weeks! from now," ...., tp1e,. a.Me.lebI. \ OLDSMOBILR: today present the new

.to the vwse which follows the quoiwtion ,he woman muttered to herself. 1, .. FEAtUpES Style Leaders for 19J8. .. a dashing new -

Jesus said this referring to A half hour later gowned in CHLSSISmss' ", pco" "" SIC]: a dynamic new Eight I Here are
!the manner of death He should die. clinging black net, Annl descendedthe .. ,.e.." .t car designed to set America's pace In
t"
I The prophetiC finger had pointed staircase and strolled Into the KMdplH..A' ,.".. Cs0. N.bitb.rs distinctive streamline styling ? to seta +4U
to the cross with a discreet OLE .' ." I"'" new high: i in n no-car performance r
I "Cursed l Is every one fining room. A waiter, 0" 'I.
,. .
tau I nmseth on the tree." "In the mask of a face, seated her at ."tAM..........' .:d "....,.. to outvalue anything eUe within hundreds .
r'oe' of Christ she fingeredthe Y 11' "y, ....\ of dollars of their moderate price. f
we glory. It was her table. Nervously, tad ; ,
t
ire' that atonement was made for menu. J ACKSONVILLEFLORIDA frO'" FEp1URES Both of these great new cars for 19J8 r Q
Hsn" feature ell the latest improvements and a .
)
sins of ENG\NI Lte- '
P the world. "Brodo Caldo, perhaps Alberto +s.
,'a
.. pen" r refinements .such as the new Safety
OARNCTI ANOREWLM".wENJOY we .
ugjfested. "A salad, then frlttata .,.".... ,." .Coo .... Instrument Unit and the 7' AfCo
Safrty Dash
''
nrSSCIlEDVLIJSouthbounq COMFORT .i tea ', h' ...2.'"01'
on eiba? .0<1".. Urtp.oot ,o.II.i lk. till ol' do.... 1'0....' ",.".tI ."y A.d new Safety Interiors and many nlhers. r 0 '" /j s
Anni sent him an agonized _. J.ctwn.dts 6'.., mom ."th tub ..d u.e"" ,:..Dp1.d\\ Both offer thIS new driving: sensation of v r + : 'h >vtans"p
2.I of "I'd like tuaL.l'e .01< sere l ', corn, '.". "do, .'.""> "
Ao Due lance appeal. .11..o the : Oldsmobile's! Automatic Suiety '
StarAIi ::5:1:5: ; year ,, '
: p.m .. ... fn.t L L .. t 9n
oilli "
207 ...._ ,,_... E rv Bid l I. 'il 1 .
Due Stnrke 11:4: P.m !!. _.. .." ,.din. I.ss. R.nsse t.. w l9 JSa" Transmission. Comn in today and
10 .
,- ,Due Slarke 12'1: pm "Thank you, Signorina. It was ._ M. Far floot. -1 (. tr//.1H/ see the cars that set both the styles! THE NEW DRIVISENSATION NG
1r 201 Due Starke 1020;: a m1n u if he had sent: her a signal. He All CONOITIONtS. /al/ CoA' and the performance pace for 19381 .
.O'llt SNOT
So.thhound was there to help her It said. COCKTAIL DINING LOUNGE AND MUTING ROOMS *Hullt In .. th. fnctory .t titra cool

Due Starke 1:50:: pm.X Her heart poun-Jinj Annl dared __R.--s,10 .Ith "..... B.th' A <;I.unI.IUTUIS; : ; : VAM'K: d
Sa z Due around the room. Su 1- [ Til pew SC0 80 Ras. Sf
X //1) Stal'ke 4:15: : p.rn. i glance became fixed on I 40 l.m 13,CO 14 ROOM II[]
1)6, Due Starke 9:1:5: : p.m euiy her eyes I 1. ..... a- ... Pt, ... e
1'i;: Due table. Seated there, was .
s..Lb..ms
next l
r.r Starke 3:3:5: : a.m. the We o..r Torode Chevrolet Co.
zit Due Starke 8:0:5: : a.rn. :n (.derl;( military-looking man 0.... 1 1 .QUM9 N.,... ;

Service gttrke Bue Agent: Beasley'l and two women one rather pretty I n' pt 'Al /. NOrw/QOrO
Station With them was the STARKE FLORIDARKt1
Louse. oPpolllte court, and young. -- ,
Signor Pal. whom she hud passed




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F.IGII1 BRADFORD COUNT tTELKOKAPn.: STAAKK. FLORIDA _ _ _ I"RID.\y. O1')8Fn
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I I LA'-VTEY.' A gent- Octnher 41 h, I 1U7! : 'I ter of Southwest' Quarter ICxcept x 'Vrtlflcati; --..1937....;
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished f AnnouncesLow NOTH'R, KOII THI3 CLOSINO I OF A I r II Acres In Northeast Corner & I J ?'
n J. Phillip. ,....T.....o.4... "' :H'I'AINltl':.\ IN UNION ANImi.ADHl.KD > I Kxceut' 1 Acre for Church: Mec-. 5HhJ1"v name"f In AUKI; "( Ih,
Bus Fares coeN'rlns AS A OAM15ItlOKL'lJK lion -'l's'swsisstjtP| a Mouth, 'mai .. III) Jr'r I..
) I 1S77 'I'.:-ill UIIIII..K:/ ( : Itnlige 22 J Kant contnlnIng. IdAcreM l>* I..u..d alhlIei I thei.i.I 101", (, f, (hid h..
.fr. V : I I of Hectlon) 7, I more or lend. riuhracex :"1 "II
rains have I I t'ndnr authority the fun I,
Hexvy recently completely The iiHfeHment' .f the Raid Ita
; ( J IHH4I I I.IIMM. or Florliln. ArtHof iirop- .roerlv| I I., (
for "hlll..r I. .
& N\EA\BER.: = ----' Lny Conway' local agent uiiiler (the Hiihl, uurtiricalH IHI tte I' ",
? ruined the fall bean i '
I crop: I'i2'i i '', 1"'i.I Ice IN hpr"y Klvfii I 'Hint //1). fctalu of Florida" (
I
,1 In i.North.half i. 'ihi
the of T. J.
f-e Florldi Motor Lines has announced !I WIIH iiiiinu Al- ,
ASSOCIATION\ 1 "" Hint., afl"iNoVPinlirr" ", 2"'h.( I I IHII7:
/ FLORIDA PRESS v i in this nectlon. There \\i\t a large: I ,derma, II.l'iihsss. ,"t .4-
drastic deduction of bus tin". n ,period of rtvp yfnrH, n rtMMaln n' Souihwi-Hi. ,
: | acreage anj most growers are re- ares In I fnlnn nml Ili-iulftirit" Conntlen j-ald certificate Mhall bo reI '.1""
\ latcs between principal I ',, I deemed Townnhlp e 5, '?1, ,
loss of this many will I I In HiiMiMl IIH II irillllH rrilK**' Hciording' I to litaS S the 1 propjelty I It-iiHl.
; &anutaA t &t uata: X// i: porting complete cities bringing 'fares down to a I l5lis. (.0(5 fuss,I'i- I tint* Hcftptlun, I of dencrlbed 5'h..r..hVIII I I I "be Holdto or I.....foiiialnhiii.. ', :.II
'I .
i crop. Sweet potatoes nre&Iso this RICH. I.. ass follow' *: the hlgheKt, bidder at t the. court. 'I'Isi ,
new all-time low. Round trip fares ,, iislisi' door the Monday ai HVNHitii.ierly ||
on firm Inthe
: fft I suffering from the continued rains. I lli-Klimlnir I t .ut I lie HiiiithpiiHt I rnriifr ,umier lii| .
-n i
; Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class! between distant cities average a ..r :Sct'ilon I I'). To" ii.hl II|> & I month I of pecemher, 111.17. whichIM walt In the num.' ''II.,
I Strawberries are the only the liSt day of uember" lDa7.I'nl..d
crop .
the Post Office at Starke Florida fraction over one cent a mile I "South I'.iiim: 22 KHM.,...(. In Hriiil- I (hit.. lllh I I day of October, I'nleHK. mild tiM, >n I t. ,
u ; Matter at that has: not been seriously d imaged frtffl" ('.."n'y' ; Ih"" rumilntf' I 1037 I dvenieil accoriliiiK,, ..
while some of these In low The new fare from Starke to'' .North I I.USD f.'fl ; I II thrlK-n WrHt (OKKIC'IAti SKAT.) erty ileHcrlhed. I thi.t, p,,,,,
fki11 I I..120 fi''t t ; thviu'tt' =North I It20: ( I Jo I the hlKhert I. .
1 101,1.1| | '
',I E. L. Matthews _________ _. ___. ,.' __Editor and Owner places have suffered from high water Key West Is now $9.35. round trip rni-l.; 5 h'h:::;; \\>M I Ifl.litto rert I f.i";J.k THOMAS! h,,".... d..oi* on. t tii |, ', 'U"14
$17.20. From Starke to West Palm I Ill-lire I I I 1,11211( ti>ut{ ttl ncVvxt I or CHc-ult CVmrt of ti isis month of |i is ; 't'i IT
\ 2.111(1% I() red : I hence Soul Ii. I I l'ss..1'..r,1 County' Florida.. wiieh l In the 6th ...
l i : Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance Beach! Is $4.95, round trip $8.95; to went ,520) r<>t-t: I thi'Mio South I IO-15-Ct-U-ia 11537.i'iited. d.i111 ,"r "",Lor
Daytona Beach $2.40. round trip I l.'iio r!...! : I thence Went 1 I..120) IN I mi ,
!
) ?'Wl Advertising Rates on Application harleyStarlIngMr. 1 f"*t; themHouth" 3.0MO!> feet' ; :>OTirH OK APPMCATIO'V I(937.) ,1.1,1
Hubbard C. Harley and Miss $4.35; to St. Petersburg $3.05 thrni'V.'.., 1.320 fpl't; th-nrHouth FOH .TAX I>ICKISrnale I. (\I"i"IL'IAI.I-II-\I.: ,
: "* H LIKE IT OR NOTn'I Grade Starling were quietly mar- round trip $3.SO. t.t20: ) feet ; thenceSVs.s'l! ( ( 11111 !1I.I.'I( > A. J TIIO.M' 1 \ '
THE LAW IS HERE- ::1r.20 reel to County I.hie: Kinoto I'lerk' nr i'i 1.
ried at the office of Judge E. K. Bus I travel averages from one- N"w Illver th. dlvlfilon I h... ''NOTIC-M IS HKUKnr OtVKN: That Bradford, f'. I tt
Court has upheld the constitutionality of Lucille C. KdwurdM, holder of 1-3 uf PisJrldL'
: The Supreme I Iw..n the I livii tMmntlen; thfMir* 10-15-51-11-12
Perryman In Starke Sunday. October third to one-f urth the cost of _
1.780 ri.r In (',,,10" (?,,liutY. ThlM -S-- .
g the tax redemption ."auction law" passed at the last session of 3, In the presence of a few driving a private automobile. Lacy point,; In the I II..ulh.corn..r. .
,.r the KotithwpHt 'iiunrtfr" or thi
the legislature. By this time its measures, providing for sale friends. said. NorthwpHl l niinrtvr I or Section 11In
I Union S nil itmiiriti'fl, "',,ll a I lee; DO YOU
LIKE
the bidder of tax, certificates more than two years --
: : to highest Entertains B. V. I". IT. thence rininlnir "nrirtli 1,32(1( feet; ,

1' old, are familiar to most people. It depends largely upon Mrs. Blanche Edwards entertained Tags Turned Out (hence. 5.9M0 Went feet il.lHO; 'Ihenoe feet) ; lhs.neNoriti Wed, -

which side of the fence are as to whether or not you favor the senior class of the Baptist 1.320'.. feel; hence Noith. !5.2HO;
; you More than 153,000 license plates r eti thence Went I 1.820 feet;
their B. Y. P. U. at her home Tues- thence North 2,840 feet; thence Old Time
tj : the law. Some people usually those who have kept day evening with a party. Numerous for Florida automobiles have been Went 8,000 fet ; thence South' I Fiddling 1I. ?

taxes paid denounce it as unfair since it allows a man to games were enjoyed until a made at the State penitentiarysince feet 1,3301"1; hence,; thenci Mouth' Vest 8,800 feet 2,840!

work started. recently. Jim thenct* Kuril 1,320') feuti; thencH
little dollar. Others-na- late hour when the
bill for hostess served
1:4 settle a huge tax as as a Ritch said this 'eek. The State's South 8.1140 feet ; Ihence .Went
dainty refreshments. 2,840 fi-et ; t thence South 2,840')
4 turally those who want to take advantage of its provisionssing total of 500, OO will..be! completedby reel' ; thence, Kit" 2,840 feet ;

its praises! chief 'among which is the fact that it will New I'untor Arrive November tyf hi) believes. Automobile thence South, 2,940 feet; thence
,
I Kuvt 1.320") reel': I thence South'
place thousands acres of delinquent lands back on the tax The Rev. anti:>Mr Q. E.. Cut- license\ ..plates" to, two I.i20: feet; t IheureVeBt I.120:
counties have been 'issued. Mr. feet : then South I :in'IO: feet ;
shaw and children of Greenville I tliencf* Southeast' U.IMKI feet. to
rolls. Ritch said.! Dade and Duval Counties
j i Tenn., arrived here Sunday to t Ciiunty. I.IIIH; nUn to =Now Iliver I.
Hut no matter what you think the fact remains that we make this their home. two of the State's largest. the d I v Idols Him I between the -
Mr. Cutshaw
I two countteN; (them ,820') feeLIn I.I -
? have the law how nhd we might just as well make the best of was recently called to pastor the have received neailv 140,000 of the u point, 440 feet Went of the
; I number alreadj' manufactured. It Mouth I went Corner, of I the Northwest )
r d1 it-at least until the legislature meets again. It might be discriminatory Biiptiat Church here and will begin was'stated locally that for '|fll.irter of' I the NortheliHtItnttter I as&IT
plates -
his services next Sunday at eleven II I of Section 27 I In ,Hriulrord -
but that is not the point the Supreme Court had Bradford: I
r a. m. and County will go .on sale t'onntv I tlu'iue. riinnlntcKail
seven-thirty p. m. The : 3.9SO feet thence North
'eli t to decide. Its only jurisdiction in the matter was as to whether public Is invited to attend. I either December 1 or 15. 1.II20: feet; thence,,; IO:'"Bt It,240) I
teat thence North 7,020 reet I
prt: : the legislature had a right to pass such a law. v-S thence, Went 1,1)20) feet; thence ;,
h'rrsotiislii WOMAN ELECTROCUTED North 2.840 feet i thence Kuwt
-a 17,1811( feet to the SotithenHtcoiner ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Plummerhad of Section I n In HrndforrtCountv
P ALA TKA-Mrs. Inez Griff
BUSINESS ,
I.ET'SlAKE! IT SOMEIJODY'S as their guests over the week- I or from" whence the. I line S
25. wife of Linus Griffis was Instantly .
l "Why," someone asked Wednesday, "when there is so end Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Plummer killed tonight when she Detfan.PurHiiunt to the prnvlnlonM of She I II

cf Dothan, Ala.: and Riynond Section 7 ohove referred to. the I ItaklitK
done in the community important -
much to be many projects Plummer of Miami. stepped on a live wire when she hllnlll.lIlur..ul"l(. or mo1lentlnflr I S -

hanging in the balance : a new school building, a farmers' F. R. Carradine and crossed the yard to get In her caro I of game upon theHe lamtM
C. B. Bennett will he unlawful and the poHHedRlon J
market, the completion of Road 13, and others-why are who attended the World'sSeries go for her husband, who Is a mechanic of guns or other device for the tak-'
1 at a local garage. The wire j I hitf' of Kante unon theHe land. nhall
t, people so generally apathetic ? They complain about business In New York last week returned had I the unlawful and It ihall be unlawful '
to their fallen on wet ground and when for anyone to ratine or permit
homes
here
,ji i being bad, but are willing to put forth no effort to make it Mon- she stepped oa It it became wrapped dogs I. N.; to KENNEDY enter upon, thin urea.I. 4

+ : better our questioner continued.He day.Mrs. around her ankle which was Executive: Secretary
.
: 'r G. W. -
Roberts Mrs. burned to the bo_. Mr. and Mrs. ComnilHlxon of Game and FreshWater > ARE YOU
answered himself while we were still pondering. "I B.unche: Edwards Mrs. Real and Griffis Finn.
came to Palatka about a Approved : >
business is business Miss rainy Roberts and Gene Edwards FEEl P. rONEGovernor 'i S N. OLD TIME"
; suppose it is because everybody's nobody's were shopping In Jacksonville year ago from Green Cove Springs. of Fioricla.10L5ItiO23 FIDDLER?

4 ,' ," he said and was probably very nearly::: right. Saturday. '
'
o The average man in a small town who has the entire re Miss: Guilda Marie Thede who is AGED COCPLE GUILTY I, \OTIfK TO THH HOM'. .:.... OFHIKIIKOHO -.-,,.
I 'OI >'f" KI.OIIIUA,
I sponsibility of his business on his shoulders has very little a student at Stetson University TAMPA-Life ter.ns were order- RKFlMllXi' HO4D BOMtM.! Then Send In Your
spent the week-end at her 1 lie advised that at 10.00 o'clockA.
time that he feels free togive to such matters. He might here. home ed by Circuit Judge L. L. Parks for M. nn Nov. Iff. A. 1):. IKt7! : the ; Name
an elderly farm couple John and undervlg-ned will open and <*onNldrj I and Address.We .
; : snatch a few minutes now and then but these important matters Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Reddish and Martha Healed pfferln of nUAPFnitliiCOUNTY
,. Lindbergh convicted of : Need You for Our
.
KKFlTNDINfl 11OAU
Miss' Elva Lee I
i ; require consistent effort. They must be followed through Reddish were shop. murdering Charles Brown a farm }HONPS dated January 1. 1934.!> whIchofferlilgis |
.
i for weeks and sometimes months. It does little good to make ping .in and Jacksonville Mrs. Saturday.Mr. hand. Attorneys filed a motion for Hhould and he he Identified addrenned on to, I the theundesigned Sixtieth Anniversary

: John B. Dye of Ft. I an uppeal to the supreme court. face of the envelope with the fol- I
i t a spasmodic effort now and then and sit back and wait for results Lauderdale were visiting Mrs. Mrs. Lindbergh continued' at liberty luHlnir .word..: Celebration.
"offering or Road ltefsshlnitfloihsi.
to pour in. .Dye's parents Mr. and Mrs. A. il. I under $SCO bond but her husband ." Offern ntiiMt l h. firm for at
Blanchard Sunday.Mr. leant ten slays In order to be coii-
; ; L ; The ideal solution to the problem j is to have some organization refused bond. Brown wai HlderedHoard. BRADFORD
and. Mrs. O. J. Anders and killed In August In the Lindbergh of County ( I COUNTY TELEGRAPH

I : with a paid secretary whose business it is to answer all \I children attended homecoming at uoir.e.: It was testified at the trial Starke of Mradrord. Florida.( siu I

rti letters and inquiries, run down all leads on prospective industries Long Branch Sunday. that lots Lindbergh: was afraid ofi t 'nnll11I..lonpr"l

g i and devote his full time to the promotion of projects I R. A. Griffis was a business visItor him because he "thought her a'' Notice. %NOTK: .
to Jacksonville\ witch. I b hereby given to all
__. Monday. w honi", it bay concern, that I, Maggie I -
the ui taxes town
I benencial to community course \\ a 01 I .l\lISS uieta Smith who Is employ .5lIGHT Illit: YVIIItuiiiN." an. ifiinrillMn of UuI I I
':.i considerable size to be able to support such a secretary. But ed In Jacksonville S gene Blrt Aliiert' Ulrt and '
spent the weekend 11"01'1
I MARBLE GAMES! : I'.lrl; will on the 7th day of WIN WIN
: if Starke is not large enough for that, perhaps we could at at her home here. l 5-IS. A. l I->. I 10.17.: iipplv to the I WIN
JtidKe of lirailforil; I'y.5 I
FIclhihst.
Miss Abtle _.
JACKSONVILLE
..4- : least employ a part-time man to spend a few hours every day Harley who Is employed The Florida at hi.. office In Staike, Florida for I
: In Gainesville: spent theweekend anti-slot machine organization suld an ti> iler nitil .antltnrlty, to 5 HH.II|| atprlvite

.jk, or one or two days a week in this work. at her home here. !last week it would have operators ccliii., lor"ille.the. the above) entire"suitS lntere ntlnftrn, and In I Hall's

I For this reason it is interesting to learn that a Chamberof Mrs. J. H. Jones Mis. J. L. High- on pin ball and, marble table games and" to the fulloIIIK\ I ..I..rlh..11 landx GroceryMARKET

I I Commerce organization meeting has been called for next tower and Mrs. O. J. Phillips were arrested on charges! of violating SMi In 1 :Iliiiilfuril|" nf: :NN5':; (,'ininl\, :cli., ,.,. Florida Kt!::ur, 'acres to \\lfl on', !'

.. visiting .iatives in Waldo Monday the .State's logU! ban against slot the KliBt xlde of 1".r =N I5's.: nil\ ,

; ; ; I Wednesday. afternoon at the Woman's Club. Every business afternoon. machines and other gambling de In set ion' :31.44 acres'i-WI; >, 7 more S H or\| 'Nits't.ctsritisintisg HMVhlih 1'!

..4 man in the county should be a member of such an organization Mrs. James G. Godwin of the Vices The organization through \ ....hi apnIUntlon will t I I ImlillHed & LUNCH

1 ; L ::4 and if he is not big enough to work for the upbuilding of State Farm wall visiting: here Mon- the Rev. James E. Barbee its president I with the:npnii:, Court the') |p etltlnll:Thin S Octoher now on 1 11th fll I:lu, I'

.1 1 .'. Us community, then he deserves the fate that will undoubtedly -'t Jay The aftcinnon.Rev. G. E. Cutshaw and O. about. said the application there; Is some of the question nntl- 11S7.10-11-41-11-5' :Miirarle: I llit:I WIllianiM I I t lIu"III.n.1 I I I I Win $3.00 in Trade Each WeekAskUs

:' ;.. << be his-that of ekeing out a mere existence in a community -I J. Phillips were business visitors I'!''slot machine law to pin ball andmarble \ ... I IOO"'U. About This
!
S to Jacksonville |I '
sadly afflicted with dryrot. Monday.; games. 'Ho : explained the Votlce IH hereby given (that on the
Let Mr and,. (Irs. E. E. Burney of) charges. would b-filed against op- 11th duv of Niivenilter A. l II 16:17.: I ,
us organize Chamber of Commerce and make it into ; FLOUR
a '
: Guaranteed 24 Lbs. 72c
i Jacksonville were visitors here ota tors of these: games to test the .will\ file\ my voucherH and final ac* ,
- ''I l the strong, enthusiastic effective body that it is intended to : law. not S W I'll the II-nnrnble. IK.: .I'erryinan. -
I
Sunday. I '' .. of IlradfordCounty.

_S. be. Forget petty jealousies and' grievances ; forget the fact Miss Bessie Terry of Jacksonville 'I, -""_ .... .. S Court, to. I be',, dlncharged f.r"J.:nnd 1,petition an AdmlnlHtrator : the:; I LARDt; est Compound J2

that) small dues be charged forget but the was visiting her parents: SURPLUS PEANUTS TOBE of the lOHiate' of Imvlil H. No
it may ; everything
- and Mrs. T. J. lan deceanedN RICE Fancy Blue RoseS 17c
lbs.
Terry, :
PURCHASED ,
future welfare and upbuilding Bradford County I week-end. .over l\rr.// TO AID IO.I: .4t-II.G[II Wahw'llIht., Admlnlntrator.
PRICES
TO GROWERSI : ,
Bryant Reddish of Jacksonville I --:...-- i MI>;F.CI\I, M ''<-''.:It'" >OTItM OF! COFFEE 100 Pet. Pure, Pound 12c
SOME: PEOPLE NEED A was a visitor here Sunday. I I MU.": I
__ ___ LITTLE ENCOURAGEMENTThe I GAINESVILLE_ The GeorgU-I I I
The Rev. G. E. 1 Notice, IM
Cutshaw Mrs. hereby given that under |
writer of aje( <;en| newspaper article says that most .1. Terry, Mrs. V. R. Reddish T. FlTlda-Alaburm: Peanut Association ard 1 In nicordauce. with I that rer- MEAL, Water Ground, 10 Lbs. 25c
Mrs. ,
Camilla. lain final decree of forecloniire" atul '
1 .: 'human .beings fall fntO\twer\ tategories-people who are looking 1. P. Wyrick and O. J. Phillips attended farmers' Georgia, will buy Hale rendered by lion. H.! I.. Hebrlng* I Ian
( .tock' peanuts griAvn, by Judge, of the Circuit Court of POTATOES U.-S. No.1 12c
i. the 10 Lbs. j
New
for iuldance'1n..th business of living and others who River Baptist Association Florida producers in 1937 at prlc"sI Bradford County Florida. In ('hnn- t ,

: neither look for it, expect it, nor get it. Of course;' these are day. held at Brooker:: Wednes! authorized in an offer made b> the rery In said. In Court that certain wherein caime, H. .1.pending Alderman STANDARD CORN 3 No. 2 Cans 2Sc

I Agricultural Jr.. aH admlnlMtratiir of the exlate -
to be admired but just the same to almost everyone the well- -. Adjustment Administration or H. J. Alderman, deceaned. IH ipliiliitirf

earned word of praise is like music to the ears. LAW IS PECL'LIAK: rector of, A.the P.State Spencer Agricultural vice-di- Al I are derendant II lid Klhel I Cane M. No.FliggH 880, theundernigned Kt. SALTWLb.Box __ 3e

Other EARTOW- Is a man's head a Special.. Manter by .....1.1'd"'r..p '
people the writer continues find it difficult to Extension Service has
been In- appointed will sell to the
without I part of his body? The question I j formed. The AAA's offer hlghent bidder' for' .,,,...h. In front of ASPIRIN TABLETS Box 2c
carry on an occasional expression of interest a word arose at the Tampa flogging trial puts Into the :South fron' door of the Bradford :... _

4. of good will, an understanding pat on the back, or a pleasant and Judge Robert T. Dewell held la I portion effect of a the program 1937 to divert a County Idii during('ours the house'legal-I I a hiss Htark,re of Flor-Hale .' EATING APPLES Dozen IOc

- S smile suggesting that their work is observed and their efforts effect tion it was not. The Informa I oil and by-products peanut and increase crop to on 1(117.( !?\Monday the, following) November" premiHen*,t., ultuale A. 1), __ __

S appreciated. Such friendliness is a fine thing, with which the Ji-lth charges: the six defendant I leturns to growers for their 1937.crop. In P.radford; ('nunS;r Florida to-wttt LIMA BEANS Lb. Sc
assaulting "the body and J C line lot In I the Town of Ktarke, .... ___.
,: world is far from overburdened. limbs" of Joseph E. Shoemaker. I being in ft K.IH: and West ami51'j

S c The article concludes : "It is within the power of all of us When the physician who treated Under this program S the association on ft \North Norlll' hr and land Hniith.of hound'ed Bntateof : I CHUCK STEAK or ROAST, Lb. j

him after the flogging started will pay (05.00 per ton for U. Wflllam AndreWM Hold to Maid I
to make life a fuller. brighter thing for our fellows. As people to S, No. 1 Southeastern Andrewx bv \V. :K. fission, on I
S testify about a wound on Shoemak. Spanish, the. Month hv Chiirch Mr. WeHt MAYONNAISE Golden Rose Pint j l
j! : pass through the world finding that they need the encouraging etc head the court upheld the de $41.00 per ton for U. S. No. 2 j bv land of John Clemmonn and ,
N'orth by land owned In
word why shouldn't they get it ? If their souls are protest.fense's objection over the state' Southeastern for V. S. No.Spanish.1 Runners$:n.oo and perton I ,::. ii.'f.Ir; .Pay.'IH the The name above IU4 deeded de-by SALAD DRESSING, Quart l

f acning fur a word or approval of what they are doing, why l I I 933.00: per ton for V. a. N.._ '2 Run. > nnd June wife 14, I IU4 hv .1. -- -' to Hlllmnn' W. Adama.
- needthat) word which costs so little be denied them ?" ANAL FATHER: DIES-: I I delivered ners. All prices are for peanuts'I' $AHO.|.."h..t....lot' corner commencing
o YANKEETOWN. This Florida to the association's ware deMcrihed land running' KiiMt 55 I .

S ARE YOU KIDDING US. W. & L.? -West Coast town list week mourn.ed houses. ft.West thence H7 ft,North thence 117 Month ft. thence 83 l-ft BROOMS, All Com -- __ .. 2Sc_

the death of Its founder. A. P. The diversion program was prepared ft, thence Kant: 32 ft. to the I -
After
announcing last week that we would attempt to Knotta who was credited with fa In cooperation with growers Northeant corner of the atsvecl.sn'rthed PORK" BEANS II-oz.
- land thence Mouth to can
have The Big Apple introduced at the Telegraph's birthday thering the Idea of the Florida at meetings In various Southern point. of beginning, being In !

- 1 party, imagine our surprise and discomfiture to see it announced cross-state ship canal. Mr. Knotts states. Four regional peanut producera' H NWV tt....23 of F.a SW"..t. of $ec. 28, Twp 8 I PRINCE ALBERT, Can ._ IQ!

__ 4 in engineer lawyer and a state Republican cooperatives will buy dl-I Also: One lot SO ft. RaHt and
Sunday's daily papers that Washington & Lee University Went and 4.1 ft I
S North
rectly from and South,
leader
I .: died at his home producers divert BANANAS 1
pea. hounded on North It. A. 4 Lbs.
has banned the dance as being indecent-or words to ;/ after an Illness of two months. He nuts from edible uses and sell ilreen'H landn, on :, tMNy; !Temple ; -

; that effect. i was eighty-one years old.. Knotts them under contract to crushing !I liindM Ave.and on on Went Houth by J hv.H. ftogan Moore I BREAD 3 Loaves 2

We do not know what kind of I 1 laid out acreage which he purchas mills for production of oil and. by. St In Town of :Starke Florida. -
Big Apple they have been ansi being In NW( of '
ji indulging in '' ed on coming to Florida In 1923. products. If demand for edible 5,.,,I. 2X. Twi! A H ,I9'J WWiof_l.ikMli _, I I PORI 18r
around W. & L., but we do know that the only Originally intended as a sportsmen consumption develops the associations i i IK.: 1',.:It It YMAN.-- -- mo. I CHOP F1orida. Lb.

time we saw the dance it will sell A- ",pe lnl I AtiiBter In I'lift
struck us as being somewhat tame I s retreat, Knotts changed his part of their sup KNIIIIIT KXIHIITi : ns'cry.

S. and mild compared with some of the steps executed in the plans and developed the town asan plies back Into the edible trade. i ArtornevH for lilailO 1ff. i PEACHES. No. 2'/. ran
t I03t.iS222)sO'I'I
of I, Industrial center. lie was Its'' Under terms of the
name Tc-rpischore. As : program the
-t a matter of fact, as witnessed by mayor until his death.TOWNSEND Agricultural Adjustment Adminiitratton ('.: OK ''PIM.I\TIO> I FTARAGAS.I Canadian. Lt,.

us, the men and women dancers: of The Big Apple do not I,I _____ _.+. ___ authorizes the I FiStS '!' \ IIIOKIt:

I 4 come into contact with each other at all-not even so much as j" NOTICE offers to reimburse the purchaseand associations -1 (Ornate'Oil HKHKIIY Itlll ,>n.nlVn.V I liltNrerlrfi : : Thilt. \ REST: WHITE BACON. Lb. 18 5 ,

holding hands. I'I Tho regular meeting of the for losses from diversion '. ,,'lIlp c'. |.1r1ward., holder.. of Tax ,
| Townsend Club will be held purchases.E. IVltlflcate No. B74. tunned the. 7th ONIONS. : 1
However Mon- day of J A. P. Fancy T :3 Lb J
I *
we will shy. .111), HUH filed ". _
continue our investigation !
.S and if The o.ay night October 18, at 7:301( B. inline :t In .'.. and. ha* made
: ap
Is nr.r" r\\
Betnley and ;
; I mol Apple is found president plication a tax deed, \ I
to be indecent 'clock. An outside to be Issued
you be assured that it.v.ilI speaker will We Meet Groceries'
may
Roy Parrish Is manager of the thereon. Maid certificate cmbracei' A"v Price In Starke on
: l not be invited to our party. S-e present anj specIal music will Georgla-Floridit-Alabama Peanut the following 'l.'s'i-lI.s.sI, ,property In
: :
I the County of .
probably .be furnished. I Association.. ? Florida to-wit! Hrudford State of FREE DELIVERYP.GE

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