Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 29, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02617
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;;tblished 1877 -For:: Year, $1.50; Six Months. 73c;) -Payable in Advance E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner

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:: HFTV-N1NE :STAUKE. FIXKII, nun.l'TORER 20, 1937 NUMBER: : ril-'I'Y-TWO I

WOMAN LOSES Famous Paragrapher Tells .", INVITATION 75 JOIN TRADE I'

LIFE IN ACCIDENT All Of Our Friends Are Cordially BODY INWEEK'S !

Of First Job On Telegraph

NEAR HERE I Invited To Attend The Street DRIVE t

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I By AVERY POWELL, i Dance In Celebration of The t
i As well as I can rightly (or I 1 i

TIIo Had 'Wrecks Occur wrongly! ) remember" I plungedInto j Bradford County Telegraph's Additional Officers Will if

Here Within Four the mystics of the "art pre I lie Elected ThursdayNot'enthcr .1 f
servative1 on the mechanical staff : I Sixtieth Anni-
I i t
,. Days. ... \ *. of the Bradford County Telegraph ;, / .

about forty-five years ago- -!. C. 'a.
... versary. :
TIKE BLOW-OUT CAUSES Webb, Pi op., Kd-ln-Chlef, Ad Solicitor i CIIAmmn: OK('() Dllmc.=-

DEATH AT LONG BItlDfiE: collector & "fact factotum:' e ,, HACKS UOAI n: WOUK:

H. F.. Lugergren: foreman of the Saturday Night Seven O'Clock 't(
chief of I Paid In lh P.rad- .
Two serious automobile uccl- composing room, engineer i( mbrrships

dents, resulting In death to one per- the G.Y.. hnndpiess and boss of !I i| IN BLOCK IN "FRONT OF FORD GARAGE: ford County Chamber of Commerce \

Hem und l injuries to several more, the hired help which consisted of la' a; rone to Hcvcnty-flve at the end of :

have occurred near here within the one Inky-faced, dirty-handed kill I, I( the first week's drive" it was an-
nouuci'ii. at a meeting held In the "
of four days. me. _____
space Tuesday afternoon an automobileIn Boys, no kiddin', "them wax the | Q. WORK BEGINS GIN IDLE court house here Tuesday night. "

Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Bowen, days" us paragraphers have beensnoitin' I I :, The membership committee will .
about during these clays of :! continue Its Canvass until every f:
River Wisconsin were
of Eagle blatant radios crazy automobilesand ''I section of the county baa been.
riding plunged down u fifteen-foot BEING CARRIED THAT TOTAL OF
still crazier drivers. chief"dish" reached, It was stated.'
My i .
embankment just the other side of 1 f ON BY N. Y. A 125:) BALES WILL BE i
Starke and on the Tel. during those hal- | The next meeting will be held In .
Long Bridge between defined the foreman LABOR i TURNED OUT the court house Thursday. night,
cyon days was by
Butler on Road 28. The accident -
resulted when a tire blew out. about as follows: "Down at I A survey for the grading work The machinery of the Bradford November 4, at which time a board ,

Mrs. Bowen received Internal Injuries eight a. m., wnshpan with a hole In ; on the playground to be constructed County Cooperative Gin Association of directors and vicepresidenta'from : I;

from which she died In a local It full of long primer and btevler' I l here opposite the school house has been idle this week as M. every community In the county :
pied plentifully and perfectly, I'd haa b and been will be elected. It was decided
hospital: at ten o'clock Tuesday completed grubbing P. Matheny, gin operator, hns
sit In a corner out of the -of ; : Work is carried with out of town to hold weekly meeting until the,
night. Mr. Bowan received Way the inked forms, turn a now being on on bl\MlnltHII. Operations (

severe bruises and minor cuts andIs the tobacco spit and with- fcn elon. ]I. It under the "big crush, the National, ,Youth Administration ,, 1\t'P "spenuaI<< \< l IfI be r sumt,>4 body Iq completely( nr inUait anti ..I'

under observation In the GUI*'I gated JOb stick pick! pie and lime It muscled pull a big furnishing the labor" Considerable today and. the giwl Of 1 135 bales 1\".. nhusplirni' taut a iletiflie| > pro, ..

nut sing home. up neatly In the'stick accordingto und presto--another flUlflff In '"wlll have to hiS wa.! rohmubly t to"reacTie"; ; .'

*' kind and font. After the stick I born This process was done antI this will be started by of next week. The gin was last! run ty. When this hus been accomplished -

Tli* boJy of Mrs. owan, wit was !!1l1'd! caY9rJ! ?I"! over the.. :.-.:.*bout nine hundred the City of Starke sponsor of the Saturday and up to that time 103 meetings will probably beheld

'"was, fifty,,iven years of age, Is beIng office Slit tjrfw ease* held I wound MP about I monthly I I.
held I In the DeWitt C. Jones pulling finally project, In the near future. tUI1pOl11bnle" of Sea Island cot 't J
funeral home here and there and placing the c?h ii$''drri' in the afternoon. Two cement tennis courts and ton had been 'ginned: Assistant The completion of slate High
pending shipment
to her home in Eagle River eratlon of leaden pellets Into their Then came the folding. I two shuffleboard courts will be Ginner J. G. Boyd stated that approximately way No. 13 between Baldwin and

for burial. She and her husband respective boxes in the typecaae. iddrtmM I pn_the margin 1 1 !. )uilt. Swings, slides\ and l other fourteen unginned Yulee was the most Important I t

i eie on their way to Lake Worthto Friday morning. bright and early per, placlr! >!p 1/TW&9' : and / ; usual playground equipment will bales were on hand and that several matter under discussion at the t'

hjiend their fourth winter in this the force-Mr. Lagergren and I- : ties in bundle>> ( installed, fend It IS expected that more were expected today, !and meeting Tuesday night. Dr. M.
would get ready for the big event : tespcctlve postot'ffccA, older .. I B. .
Hate. Mr. Bowen was formerly an will soon b placed for tomorrow t Herlcng. president of the body.
-press day. The chief engineer ''slnglwrap8.," the tilfttl this. !
: Cotton appointed a committee to accompany .
publisher of the Eagle River Re prices were still ranging
viewThe job would be to pour about a half large clothes basket with 4ROTARY- -- around "K similar' Rotaiy committee .
: pint of oil in the runs where the suit and a trip to the twenty-four:. twentyfive when an appointment III obtained
flrsoccurred\ last carriage of the G. W. slid back for mailing. The paste' : :I' GIVES cents per poun
Saturday n _.aven persons : and forth from a composition roller sticking the wraps had TO LOAN FUND\ bringing about six cents per this Important highway. It

miraculously escaped serious InJury between two larger wooden roll- its own. Every old-time I I pound.dollars Seed l was still worth eighteen was also decided to have the secretary f

about ten o'clock between era, propelled with a crank in the "odored" It. and none can WILL HELP DESERVING per ton. contact Chambers of Commerce

Starke and Lawtey on Road 13. hands of the assistant engineer, the it. ; I I STUDENTS: OO TO Though somewhat of a .disappointment "from Ferrmndimi to Fort "

The collision, the exact cause of chief would the cotton season has f
engineer place another Type forms were lifted r I: UNIVERSITY Myers" with a view to having aliurge
which has not been determined, the It down ; been fulily successful, when thevery I:
on flap, slap ilrain In '
.__._ _.___ ...L__ __ ..._._ -'__,___ Lu paper on a window a The St.like notary Club will I delegation at the next meet- 1
IUUK piauv wilt:" ** DUAVJI, unveil uy give unusual and adverse weatherIs
of the State Koud
Ing Department I'.
Harris: Wilson of Jacksonville, I $1 per capita: : fOI' each of Its memIbcrs taken Into consideration The
clan'-.fd VIo.ItJa Chevrolet driven by BARE BACK RIDER I Laivleu Farmer : I to the State Rotary student li.-avy rains of September 'and In Tallahassee.

Chalk Pi' fool which provides Icons for tie- early did do. Speakers stressed the fact that
AIrs. H. T. Bwvett ofLwteyi. SEEN-HERE Ingle, Lawtey 'October\ !: not usmuch '
I serving Students'in the 'it l-n.l"tctin' !!y'Important t ,,l\"e
Airs. Bennett was released from jail Universityof damage as curlier estimated and
was accompaniedby Flnrldi. This action was taken most COttOn has dried this project completed) since thereIs
bond last week charged I sutl.sf actor- ,,
her three children. and
home after her husband twenty-two ilfle at i at the Wednesday meeting of the lly enough. to he good; second prospect that the loud from
turning seeing HOWEVER NOT gl'ade'l
his orgnnlzatlon. Hlaple. 'otton .. Jacksonville through/ Orange
ling: neighbor. prices, in
off for Miami where he has
.employment. The Buick turnedover grazed the top of Stai I The Rev Leslie A. Shephcid.pnstor efforts of the association, Individuals I Heights to Gainesville will he paved I
and did! him lous I of the I' end CongreHsmun K, beforo long. The additional.
A. fJreen:
several times and finally stopped FloiIda's scantiest clad tourist, no lie! Baptist Church, ad-1 ,
Is understood that an i dresNe\l, the club on the question of have lemained l where' they stalled.. traffic that the completion of Road
bout 150 feet from the Williams\ wearing only
scene Cy a pair I 13 will
bring through Starke
Ijetwevn two world + might
the arose morality He said that hI'
if the: wrecJc. It was damaged of bathing trunks passed through
chased out of his '! j was KUI-P such offset what will be lost when the
beyond repair, the whole body be- Starke on his bicycle several days ling | a moralIty did exist, Healers Needed
new I tluouKh\ Oian u e Heights
in of
cattle to npite and n
belonging wars
: other conflicts
Inj crushed (is though it had been u (o. Although the day was cool, Is built it
was said. J
: between nations Ruth John-ion of
-- and tuipt-ivlflor
rammed by a fast travelling! loco- his back an.lllhoul"el's were a fine gave Rotnry .
motive Th red that I 0"I' : i clubs all over the world praise for the \Bradford County sl'wlnsI'lmms: I *'
Choviolet was badly rosy proving you can yet ;
their efforts In Kiiid yesteiday that two of the local -
ilam-igid I about the front. sunburned In winter" time too The promoting pence. Legion Oyster Supper
I Iidea AT + oufiiten are In need of heat"ra.
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Wilson and two companions were he said Is to demonstrate I Since there la no The JmioHLiuiKfoidVliito Post

biuifud and Buffered minor cuts, how warm It Is In Florida. even LANDRUM :. :- I !: PROGRESS MADE for purcl.iisinK heating appropriation \ mate-\ 'American Legion will he host at

while one of them received broken when snow flies in Northern states. j an oyster! supper Monday night at
a WOI.KERFOR!'\ ON ROADVORK rldU, Mlxs Johnson' asked Ihe UMC'of '
oolHr-bone. We agreed that it was a fine Idea '1 o'rlock In the hull All Wur'IJWill'
They were giventifatment NUAL ROLL (' I two hentris of loi-ul J pi-ople.. They'
und an we buttoned our colt up. j veterans are Invited and It is
.Dr. C. .1.
by Gay I I RECENT WASHOUTS HINDERED : will be taken good care of, und re-
Placed in the Gill hospital but Williams, said that although most T. Frank Lnndrum! ; MAIL SERVICE NEAR: hll neil, Mus Johnson a.,id. expected that several stiLe and district

weu- released Tuesday. Mrs. Bennett towns have ordinances against: uppparing the annual Red Cross Roll \ SCOUT HOLE I officers will attend.Presbyterian .

and .three children weie only on the street In bathing I'ulfol.tCounty\ :: 4 ,----+, -- .

shaken up and one of the children trunks), he has not been troubled on meeting In Orlando last I Grading. and re-working of about AUt'IId Kimtimmce Rodeo Church

received a cut on the cheek. this account by law enforcement officers which the org.mUation I Ifitteen mile! of Bradford County A motoiciulo: of ten curs left here Dr. Kobe it T. CaMwclI, Pastor

-- _-_MA_ .. -_-- I since entering the state. of the" srI;ular! m..mbel I I'roads continued this week with uf six o'clock Wednostlay moinlng! of the PiTHbjiJci. Church, will
Here ,JlsLlllt el. lIe wan IWPA labor. speak Sunday morning at eleven '
Slaiines called 'leathernecks'b"cduHe I sV -- -- for 1 Kiislmniee
are t tli-d to the meeting by B. J o clock on "The Lost'
In the early days of the Shorthand systems were used almost Rudolph Andiews, senior supervisor Cattlemen's Field Day. Around Sheep;
Mr. Lundi urn announced ; of WPA activities la the Lost Coin, and the Lo.it Son." The I'
ciganlzation a leather Stock waspsrt as soon us systems of writing ,1 fifty Bradford C'oiintlana nrule the '
of day the appointment of county, suld twenty-five wentto public Is Invlled.BK .
the uniform. appeared. men trip and enjoyed the rodeo, barbecue _
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men work
Wednesday morning on uno.the\
-- ---- | many speeches( that American agricultural exports\

MODEL STOCK FARM AT LAWTEY ty. They sue: MJS. I tIme road known as Lawton Conner- weie the feature of the 'day. declined five percent In value und t:
.rPm, Lavvley: Mis. Jessie! :mate Farm highway, consisting of rem-ntHtive It. A Gieeii
I was on Hf'P-// ten per cent In quantity In 1936
MAY PROVE BIGJENTERPRISE linioker) ; :1.1.V.. Morrow } ; nbout eight miles.. The road. will program. t
I II compared to 1935.
.fl s. P. D. (Fancher. I-... regradcd and widened to xlxtynlx r

Faim. In Starke F. F I \ feet, Andrews said. ; BHS PRINCIPAL
evt'rythlng.work out us plan- vying back to hilt home In tile-i OPEN LETTER \
he ch.iliman of the !! There
are twenty-five l.iborers
j nul, -n..xt year several hundred north. Two hundred and fifty of I TO PARENTS OF 111\
head trict J. H. Benson of the now at woik on the Hellbtonn section SCHOOL CHILDREN
of! purebred Black Angus /cattle the total 283; acres being used belonged I
ami Mrs N. D. load dolnir.. uencral I rcnair, andicgraiilng. --
will be roaming the 285 acre to the old place bought byMI' I I ;

f nje east of Lawtey where W. H. Rnndall s parents when he was residential district. ; I II tty J. HAIIRV IIENSON! most people know nothing about, '

Eil; '*'irds. service station owner u hoy. Mr, Lnndrum Is ; The irmalnlng fifty of the connty's I'' Principal HI!;l1t School but Is part of our job We like lo /
ant his pi luns: fur' the ;; total nt appioximately. 100
Howard D. Randall Cincinnati Mr. Edwards Is prowl of the | Dear Mother! visit your home. It helps us to undersland -, I ;
Imp. loetiuit or exceed! IIl men, are on the New River owl I
manufacturer what Next
are developing( giant hollow-tile silo the most Friday Novt'mb..r S, IHI Individual problems and
will be rnaik of 22'i \pi id 1 ... / j I le-grudlng and dress'ng' the slur.I Mother's rI
stock ; In
one of the leading prominent landmark about the I Day school and since I shortcomings in pupils. It helpsus ;:
"''i''nut' in this state. said yesterday that the / I( face. thU Issue of the beyond '
part of the place. It was built by John Mat-' paper will ii-iu-h mensuie In the littlejudgments I'I
"n the came ground where Mr.R'lwurda ;.lew.s, a Lawtey man at n cost of I hag last year was due In Mr, Andrews said yesterday: : that 'I ..0 many mothers, I am going to I I we have to render every
part to the fine work at i gigantic county roml:I it-pairing/ lake I'
black I of Sometimes
advantage this
envisages sleek. : tl.OOO und will hold! 100 tons of si opportunity' day too much blame
imretred' 135 Farm where membership project for the !Scout' Hole retch I of discussing the Its ,
welfare lumped
stock, now graze lage. Corn from eleven acies filled of your on a pupil when It the
I"MJ' ,! I most 100 percent.The which extends (.morn Brooker to the child! who la I
of! Fbi which truth known
ida range'steels, It, Mr. Edwards said, which .he attending our school. were it ought to bu ,(
will' to Roll Call m -icout Hole bridge In the western I (Financially, heaped the
Increased: to a total of 200 thinks U a tribute to the produc- opens you already' hive an on parent.We
before next year. The average tivity of Bradford County soil in Steer The chairman ,: i The road was completely dollars In .
ing Day child.
weighs 600 pounds and brings your Since I my- In getting your child to school on
four cents a pound off the range Another interesting oveiyone Is familiar with I!! ruined during the recent i I !self have fathered! six l children I llmr. The child that Is :!
but itout the place is the small stream work carried the < lownpour of rains three weeks I know that /
nine or ten cents after being on by I' money consideration Is tardy sometimes to havepatents
proves a
which :&'1'. Edwards has turned Into go.. It has hlnMered !
"stall fed." and he expects that his greatly ru1liii of little Importance In the real who makes
I no t to
>l sea
''a never-falling water supply for mall service, causing de-I values ]
!! many we
Since starting Into the stock will meet withcooperation place on our children. that the child\ is on time. When a
his ttock by means of concrete I of mall carriers In that see.I '
"us ness |In a big way, Mr. Edwards part everyone when I Since you have done us the honor i cluxs Is trying to have a perfect:
feet wide und twelve of I 1
lam Bradford and Union
twenty Coun-1
"lit: his of entrusting this I'I
family have mo'ed.out to paign opens. precious thing to' dny It Is annoying when ,
some caulests --
the feet deep. At first he slatted witha tie*. Mr. Andrews said twenty '
faim where he can have closer -* I i IJM eveiy day we feel you would'I l parent spolla the whole thins.This .
"Pi-ivision much smaller dam but gradually I : ( "*, to be used for refilling be interested In some of the .
of that problems for
everything goes goes attendance 'too.
-. theme built it larger after heavy rains ; Tall Sugar ( >II > has been ordered. and will we fate In
The he does- currying" out that We to
only thing urge you keep your child In
this season caused the stream to i ii I rive soon.Drflnlte .,
nt like about It is that the house I At the Telegraph office j jfltcn tl'lillt. In the first place, If we school and let him stay home only

to lives In is just across the line cut a channel around the a sugar cane nine j stalling date' of Lbs have never met you or visited, yourIyHW when<< he is sick. Some parent!

'In Clay County, although all of his i Mr. Edward Is not a concrete'j, with over twenty well!! I i iJoints. i| ,' ..(. was rot announced. The we have no way of knowing keep children home! because they

wrklng! hours are still spent InK the open range. A modern wire It was presented fon.lway is about six miles In about you except through your I want to go somewhere or hecaimj

<.* J old Bradford." fence runs around the' 215 aCI.twhere : ;'of;I'. H.lough\ and j Vnifth. The mall Is now being' child. If the child Is clean, well-I their clothes are not clean or som Q r

Randall the other Interested he un>l! his partner hope to ], his pioOuctive faim : riled through New River whichI'minatrs mannered, and wide-awake, then, other little thingIs wrong. It Is

\P' "s Spends most of his time in make Bradford! County cattle hisloiy. ( :, ham and: Eionker The ( | service to rural dwell naturally, we think that he has Lhc murk of a good mot ier to keep

C .' Ulr.aland\ makes only an occa- He remembers, too well the ': the "Japanese Improved' ; l 1''' in the lower portion of Brad.out that type of parents I these thing straight Anti the chili! ,

'. oj' flying| visit to his Lawtey trouble that his father, a tutpenUnc -, It is claimed 1 that It : i 1 and Union Counties it was "' ''E' deeply appreciate the mother In tihool.
tarr. had fUivo.-ed' that dues i I who .Is to
'Flying visit" Is meant lit man and! large landowner! : syrup | willing cooperate with | Again we thank you for your
"' cattlemen. He Into sugar during s> llaclpllnw problems We have
J He arrives In Jacksonville with woods-burning j cooperation and confidence in us.
117 airplane, Mr. Edwards says; he1J" has little hfipe that the older gen Ingal..o that one : Richard Tievlthlick Invented a beard from two or three i perfect We are eajjer. to sere jour ch'l-'
mike rattoon growing t -, nyc n carriage which cre- jewels of mothers In
II an automobile> stored there, crallon will ever give up the Idea little notes of : 'Iren and you. Wont ,,'ru, tell uj
:t 'i-'h he drives to Lawtey where of the open range but-bf lieves that profitable for several ; >'' <.! quite a sensation In London appreciation for the work we are If we do something wronr cr

"Pends a few hours fcetoiu .hjJ'- "Whilthere's yuuth. ther '... hope." j yea is. I '' 132 ye.il ago. 1!doinjf that sort of work which ( sCimfOthJnr; rtlcul.irl.v well ? ,

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GUM BRANCH TOWNSEND NOTICE' I BEES 0V Ins; ,' ('OUSEKI are discussed/ at these meetings of AM. I'UOMENADE: 'U1Jtcn: UIItEI'1'UQ;

l BRADENTON Drivers ducked RURAL local associations. Standardization In some parts of the South the ,
Minn. Kli/jilx'th' Ilurmige, Cor. Ernest Thornquest, secretary I FIRST U.N
4- the local Townsend Club, says that and slapped frantically as their of pioducts so that the producer darkles: still lean to the old style Ue"HIII' ,1. ( lilltp '
I earn moved In all directions and COMMON SENSE will receive the highest price country dance In a big hall, with h"I.I"'rd" p.11111'
the meet ;
who do not attend
Mrs. W. V. Harnage returnedhome people Sunday School 10 ,
pedestrians dashed madly for cover possible and, the consumer will enJoy the fiddle:, banjoists and other uck
enter A. J. 11.11I.
i Sunday after upending the ings are inning Home good SPUDS JOHNSON> from Thomas. Supt .
\ By satisfaction
'lit a downtown corner An maximum musicians on platform at one
busy u
the last the
past two weeks nt Lake City visiting tainment. At meeting effected Morning Wui sextette furnished "air raid was in progiess. A large these products! has been end. B. Y. >.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dobbs Pai ker and Jones I U. meets' ::
state associa ? '? '
swarm of tees sought to convert I.Ot'I.SS()( \1IONS through local and "
, Jr Inspiring music and Prf'sldf'ntOKd'n I AI I one such donee.'h,11 the flddleis !- Evening Worship, 7 ,, I' III.
, Mr und Mrs Tate Crosby of gave a convincing talk, stating -|Inn aerial traffic" light, installed AKK' UIS1TI'TSStT: tions. had duly reamed their bows S. S. Teachers ;
Friday: Into a home. Finding it TO I.Ol.I..U' IMU'S'IKVLocal associations bring competitors yle'nng. lt'edne .
Plan Is the The ,
I' Rising section were" the dinner that the Townsend day; 6:45 p. m.
unsuited for their the bees In friendly relationships ,- plat-vim
'I guests of Mr. anti Mrs. T. N. Norman only adlqIJlltetolutlon of the unemployment purpose poultry associations ate a together Mld.week Pinynesclny. .
\ Sunday.Mr problem and that it j'spread out lighted on pedestrians distinct asset to the Florida poul- thus enabling them to l j "Git your partners fo de nex' 7:30: p. m.METIIOI)11T. Plcice. W,(.

, and Mrs. J. C. Sapp spent will make possible genuinely and flew in automobile windows in try industry' in that they tend to work out satisfactory programs, of I dunce" he yelled. "All you ladies
I numbers. Unable to )
the week-end at Sampson City the worthwhile collective e con omy large cope effect improved methods of production procedure. an' gennulmi-n lilt wear shoes an' ( 11l1t( II

guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. measures. :'11'. Thorn"
Eaton: Brown. the public to the next meeting were" not killed flew away and business They also have a tendency to weld problems on their farms tell others -' of de room. All you ladies an' Sunday School lu" In.

t Mr and Mrs. J D. Dobbs, Jr., Monday night November 1. at 7:30: at the crowded intersection the poultrymen of the state Into a how to solve them when they gennulmens dat wear shoes an' no MOI'l1lng'Vol'shIP u a. m.

, and! children of Lake City 'were o'clocIn\ the court house returned. to_ noimal._ ,+._ unit working for the good and pio- get together at the association stockln take ;you places imme- Kpworth League 6.45pni.:
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1 visiting J. A. Marriage and family -- -.-------- giess of the Individual and the meeting. Much good advice Is Dilly b<,hln' dent An' yo' barefooted Evening Worship 7:30: p. ?

,t h Sunday. F'.1T,1i.'I DENTS: ATTACK SLOT LAWJACKSONVILLE..An swapped and the Individual and crowd, you jes' jig It roun' In de Prayer meeting Wednesday'It

I' Mr. and Mrs. R C. Groover of TALLAHASSEEFour automo- attack on unit.These statements were made recently the Industry us a whole benefit. corners.- Wall. St. Journal. 7:30: p. m.

". IV I Miami have returned home after bile accidents! on Florida highways anti-slot the constitutionality machine law of was the dismissed Florida- by D. f. Sow ell. assistant The number' of poultry associations -I -..- -- You are Invited to all these,".
upending the past two weeks here Saturday resulted in death for in federal court Thursday by poultryman with the State Agricultural during the past few years has WARD CITY The town was

. with relatives' and friends three persons and! caused injuriesof Judge Louie W. Strum. Carl S. Extension Service And shown a great increase and more I very quiet List: Saturday' night. Ilolle\\o.d-
Miss Vesta McRae of Pine Level varying degrees to eleven others Mr. Sowell should know for he has will be formed within the next few II The beer brigade shifted the scene Baptist Church"
Ward who described l himself us R.'. U. (1. .
section spent Sunday night with In widely scattered sections! of the owner of 200 slot machines and attended many of the local meetIngs months. With poultrymen work of their operations to the Santa Fe Services IlemiiiKUa:; !",), ?,
Helen Norman. the State. The most serious mis- and has had ample opportunity in and harmonyIn every ullc.ny BihW
ing together liver, west of town where they
who earlier had been refused a :Study: 19:15: a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams and hap occurred at Brunford, about temporary Injunction against seizure to observe the results.He their local associations and with !|jrmde the night hideous with yells Vclock In afternoon.Serxlw at j.

:Mrs. Louise' Denmark of Jackson- 25 miles southwest of Lake City of the devices, asked that the pointed out that the local as the state association, much good land hootings. Beer flowed freely
vi.le were visiting their parents when sedan crushed into sociation together all I the for the entire -
a light 11 attack be dropped brings should< be accomplished {: during the evening but unfortu- BE'I'IIEL n.u'u..r ('Ilt
M.-. and Mrs J. S. Sapp Sunday. locomotive on a passenger train at I poultry men in the community for 1 Itl1l
, \ industry.TAKE natcly for some of the crowd! there Rev L. A. llntiiilpj' Tartar, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Green of a grade crossing Miss Sara Till- 'iOTl'E; Ti BIDDERS the purpose of discussing their ----+.-- was a reaction and It flowed the Services every fir-t

,I .1 HiMIbronn! spent Sunday with her man, 21, of Tampa senior at Florida "- Notice is her Eby given that the problems and wo king out solu- I'n.. c.\1..IOSoI: [ wrong way later -June 1? 1900. Sunday School 2.30: p Sunday. m ,

i, ', j p rents Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Knight. State College for Women at Board::' of County Commissioners of tions to them. The meeting of the Bible Study and I'rayei
Tallahasseedied, ./ of a skull fracture Bradford County Florida, will receive association Is usually attended by When you have been' out late at 1 'WI'If' or 'iM'i.ir\Ti very Saturday night Srrvl .

The worth of the good will of go- at a Lake City hospital where bids for the year's supply of the county agent or some other Extension night eating and! drinking take u i Xriuitr roil r\x Hill ,IIIKI. ...: lll.l:

in.; business Is commonly appralai she win taken medium burner oil approximately worker who has valuable spoonful of Blsma-Rex in a glassof I, :NOTIi'U IIKI1HIIV; : ., IIIV14.V. That St. :MiuUN KplM: o.il| dumb

<< ,. at five or six times its averagenet .- - 4000 gallons. Oil to be deliveredto Information on the care production water before going to bet!. ,ll.iifflli','rlltu'* "I''.,, I lM\\iirit::'
profits per year. As the horns of the crescent and placed! In tank at the County und mal ketlng of poultry and eggsto Bisma-Rex acts four ways to com- I.day of July. A l>. 1!>.1II, him rtlfilHiiint the second i and fuuithMinilavi a
in ofriiM' and IIIIH iiiudu
i -- -+ moon always; point away from the Court House as needed. Impart to the assembled poul- bat acid-indigestion. Try it and see |"11t.tlnll niv fur n .tux d l.tl to IH Issued ap- 11 a. m. Holy Communion San

, In the United States one travels sun, the angle at which the moon Board of County Commissioners trymen. how wonderful it Is. Buy Bi.sma- T li.Ti'i.ii..' Sulrl cerllrtrutp". "IIIIIIIIM.HUK. : Days at 10 a. m. Litany .>nJ choi:
I folhnvhiK tl.'Ht rlliod 1 In
' north or south for climate varia- Is tilted depends entirely upon the of Bradford County, Florida Sanitation feeding i !:, breeding Rex, only 50c at the Rexall DrugStore t III.. ('''UUI <>r ItiKtlfuicI',propvity Stnte u( practice every; Frldu.mgnt; u' +

.J tic nil; in mountainous Columbia zone of the earth from which It Is By A. J. THOMAS, Clerk marketing and many other Important Carpenter's the Rexall Drug ('lorlilii., '0'\\It: p. m.
.Ntirlli-huir >.r HuntInvoKt (
p, one travels up or down.! observed. It phases of the poultry business Store In Starke. -.Adv. / of South i went Quarter. Kx: itnrer >>.>pt- C'hrMInn ( linn'h
,--- -- 2 Arri'H" III :.Vr.ftlifiiHt\ Corner AUxirpt
1 Ac.,ri fur I'lliirth. SIM>- Services at the Christian Choir
? lloil 3:1: runiixhlp 6 !South
every rooming and
KuiiX" 22 I lOiixi.: ruiitHlnliiir. JUA.TIH. evemij
niora (ii' I I..HMTilt at eleven and seven o'clock "impec
'i usHcrtnieiit "if the Kn hi ,pi,.0)1-) tively.
, uitv tinder' the ahl rertlfli'iita is.sued .
was III t hIt nuine o( T, J.l.>
,1"rniiin.t'nlpKM. Lake
JIngsley' IVaptlM dumb
mild .,Iflnile ally 11 be r.Os.nned .-
( according. ti law, the ,proi| Rev. Ivan Bohannan, Pastor:
t) rly described tt..rpl" will .lie Hold. Preaching services every four
. tri the hifrli. ..tt lilildpr, at the rnnrthiiiinn
: 10:20: o'clock A. .
door (in the ti rat Mt.ndav, .In Sunday MUWTKV !
the month fif It"'enlhet l ', lii.'tT: which
'IM the lit ii day, nf I>Hceinli' t'i.17.Imtpil : .
I IIi III 11 1111 day of Oittilier BAl'Tlsl IIIIUH;(
li'I. IP 11.UIC'JAJ4. The n..\.. G. K.: ('ul I\jI\\', r.i_tif,
I. ( SliAI) Sunday School 9U: n m HE
A. J. TFIO.MAS.fleik .
I.f rvf Clivtilt (Coin nfIirailfviil Arwood Supt.

Cutinty Flurlda., Moming"or8hip., 11 a. m.

I.I f I IO-t'M-5t.I112'U'I'I'I' 13. Y. I' U. meets at 6 4i: p m

] Evening Worship 7'30 p m.IIdweek .
Notice In h".by given to nil
whom It may concern that I. Manila Prayer Stories He]
I Ih'l WIUIaniH, MM ifiiRidlnn, of JJu neaday, 7:30: p. in.
I Irene Hill, Albert tart' and' leorB
Choir Practice 7 30
I 'Ittrt Friday p uJ
/gill on chi 7lh day or :N"\vm-
!b.t A. L. 11':17.:! iiMily to Ihs I < Judge cor liiiiiirinil, County. Florida,
M il |bus| ..((It... in sun'1 lie, I.'luilda, for
' %u order and nnitioilty I to Hell nt >.HFAOHINSUHANBFMfTTS!?
|i.-l\ni sit h- the ntie) InleicNt, and
astute of (lie abode. sold, minors In
'I tad. to the fulluw| "Rita (|.'..,. >.iMl. .l.tndn.
Itiudidi.l t'uuntv, Klorl.l.i. to wit
I 11". o:!! uf ..'....B'! !. RI.... .Four ncii'M on AdesndableprescrptlonforC(
the K.iKt Hide nf S\V', (,f NE's: ,. all Chub,F Ter,Malaria,and InfluemAt
HFfllun .11, Tnp 7 S, K 33: Kaxt
; II" till'Minn' ; 14 IHT-H., mule, or ICHH drag stores 26c or send stamps
which Hald uplillratloli will be b.lier. Drav CoJacksonvilleJl
bused upon, the ittltiin. now on file
with the ..'......1. Thin (iLtobpr. 13th,

19.17. \vyilninn, Guard lIan.I .
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t ,I It aM| ''fcnclant.*1"1 IIIB: I.v ii tfhli\'(It appen. HAROLD C. WALL to the Mil. flied 1 In liar .llllI'VHtKtati'd .
caUN. iliat Allc O .fi.ni'ii. the j
I I, (iMfcnclant: ;: tli. n'i:, i Ix a non l I
icnlili-nt of tlin stain-" of )Klitrldn, and\
h IH H resident tit Talmr c'uy." :NoithCarolina I
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or< P9gs. lwenlYlone -
i yearn; It IH .th..rfoio ord.r..d CASNEII:; ANDRE' *.'!.
1I that na'il' iirin-rccidi. defendant, l>t*
\ and t\\v l I. liortliv required ti> appear i ENJOY COMFOJT II :Jii
I I tc 'I li(. .lilll of rriiiipltilnt' filed! In HilldCUIIH ..>dw., Sup.ool ot.ll.l I Iff. hut at d.-
I I *> on or .* .. Monday, the 6th, J.d..o..lt.. Ev"y room .'*h twO *"'
/ day (.f M'ciMiilier. A. I'. I'fi, oh.th..r- .,.... .oft I ....', ....1,.) 'I.., "t,>. .""'
1. I wire the allegations of sold hill will ........: dot< ... E.... Bed ...,* i.""" 1
li>* .tiikn, JIM iM..f nr.>f.H'd. by nalil tier. .4a. ind. r..Ji., !I.mp, R'M"I "'
w fHiidant.
.tv _use ry floor.
I It IH further, ordered.that. till* or-
: HAS BEEN rlnr I 1i.* published week for All" CONOItlONtOCOCKTAIL
THE PLEASURE OF I on.1' it tOUNGE; COIfEl |"0'
four erusevutlve nvfkn In this Hi'mlI MEETING OOi
'r. I ford ('''"II'Y Telegraph| \ u iiewnpa- ,
THIS AGENCY TO SERVE I pet'Ublisllrll, In paid' County and R.a..Sln/i..nh, PI. ji.
Slate.ThlM. I R_ St.OO 80 ROOM |
I < ii-tnl.or. tntli, 1937. I CI $1.00.41 Re". fj I
41.11)t | "" _.. ""' /r li'lJDOWN
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; -:. ..r. -'I'.... ,__ .____ _. _ SIKKK.:. .UJI.lu."UU..\\ 4H"lOltKK 211.' 'Itt-lT: ., M.;MIIKUK : "+F:1 ;:: ti

'I-APV Tigers Oust Lions 273 STUDENTSON 1 4kua :Mae Harley Milo Sponholtz 1 -
) Grammar Chapel

,+"'I'on.ISClIIEF'ILOI, ; X'jK) With 18-13 GameMiss I HONOR ROLL nilhe. aullne:M Jordan Lopei. Marjolie Geraldine Hall Hall Lu-, '' Called ThursdayThe 11 I L ELEMENTARY ECHOES 1 \\I IIICS.

ACIr' \,,T nITOU-IN-ClllEir;! BUNbON \ manda Cyst Irene Goodge; Bonnie
|o| Mlltlirr, Kennedy and Mrs. Searing N"-\\ sjoti'iii I if Gouling Pupil :Molt Strawbeiry Band played two

,<..('II''I'V! : KUITORr.imrr tuuk their fifth grades out for a :Now. In 1'_ lit 11th (trail numbers .the audience then sang

!.' (DOT) BISHOP baseball game Friday Mrs Searing K. II. S. "Ametlca"' followed by the Lord's :\ xF.,\ltI.N:. . ffXJKTII "il\I KMKANS STIII)1'INli
RPITOR s loom having won the Sam Simpson Perry Galney Iris i iClews ; I
.pnltra ; game Prayer and the Flag Salute, Marlon : ot' TKANsrOKTAllOVMrs I

FILL PLUMMER Miss Kennedy's pupils were named"Lions" To \he on the honor roll you must Kerol Jones, Martha Matthews Brown then favoted the audience In our history we arc studying!

iTEItARV. 12DITOK and Mis. Selling's were have u "!.i.. IIve lIge-. You may I Gayle Scwell Louise Stein with a song "'rheIiU"r's: DIIUKh-\\ '::l rE''e and its early peoples. We Hart Teacher

i.iJAM.\1! MANNING the "Tigers." The captain, of the make five A's; five B's; two A's.two Mary Townsend l. Bonnie Tinner, i:1 ter Maty Ann" The \ .. are drawing some of their ships Wo are collecting information, ':
.,IOKI: : nniTOHUDNA "Lions" was Joe English and the n'" and a D; or three B's. an Bobby Ford Billy Gilffls. Junior sung "Come Thou Almighty Icing and painting them with our new stories pictures and poems.. on -

1'KAHCIJ Captain of the "Tigers" was Donald A, and a C. Johns, Mated Johnson Carolyn'I j and the Rev. L. A. Shepherd ;pastor pa htta. means of transpottatlon. We- work f

"I'I.'I: r. Inr'nnTEnIIHIAl1: OUY Bagwell. The score was 18 to This year we have im Individualleport Keen Nelletha Lavender, Florence of the First Baptist Church \ Mr. Gray gave us about .me lain- i It" a group with a captain In ;
13. The runners from the :\1<>I'sel'eau. Information Is 1 .
looms When our
made talk After OnlY charge.
card for every subject and a diet! book cuvcm tit) we have beenvery ,
were as follows: I' 8th rude madf the announcements und the complete we have oral reports to
each teacher, besides placing!: a pu- busy covering our books.
EDITORIALSMOTHKK "Lions": W, A. Saxon, \Valtel'l I, Pus grade on the card also places Shirley Morgan Garlic Pace, pupils passed I back to their looms. II .:overs. have pieUltes and' : 'fhl'l the clasa. n

Taylor, Arnold Wasdin F.dgar Wilkinson a Clinic" on It for the coopciation: )ltlrllh Johns Joe Lander, Emm --.+ .- --- I IMudge about saving our tteeH on ihein. Our pupils made free hand diuwInna ; t

: Virgin Joulon neatness, obedience and friendli Hayes Bciticc Silcox Mae Parker: Middleton, Teacher. I ISecond The help also In saving our books ; of Hallowe'en figures. from

; (,' :Nov- I 5 is to be observedlolhpl"s "Tigers'-: Donald Bagwell Bobbie ness The honor toll for the entire Millie Matthews Geraldine Sil! tirade j Dorothy) Faxon Is back with us orange und black 1 1"1'.e lark. '
school. This : McRae Ray Plli-ox Mann follows Othma Canie BellBimiett I these figured and put them together 'I
flay in our school : cox Haynes Paul l'untl'VIIt oy lifter a WI''I1I"lIdt with I halves .
9 I I13m. Goodge Owen llnzenrmnnd''' H'tI'r'II\\ in the form of a frel/.e: 1-
,?.?, ,lt. ui be it part of the pro. IIONOK KOI.L Claude Johns Joe Jlontellh! In 1 1'I'II>II'nlll.'e are iil-ul. t 0
I Thomas We! are HO sorry to lose two of ,
lath Grade 7th Grade Rilcox, Billy !Smith'\ Harold Smith I have her back i )
- students. Bobby and Betty
Emma): Allen Shltley AI'U,>lt. Ikt- O"ul.jtlalIln.\ KepoititWo our
Doc''nlnwtight ,
Ancil Fntch, Bill Long ,10'ntll'ews., George Flynn
take In hand Turner have moved to Jacksonville
' your pen .
irmal", Society Ona .
ty Binson, Khraheth Cox --- ---- --
\\ Pauline blargaret Kiclund Jackson Shirley\ Colley
make Anders But will enJoy -
S they
MIDI Colors your I.tli Ul'lI tiH.\IU: : t\\ Beach. we hope
dst| Wilier Mae ThomUm was visiting -: Dolls :Mae Demurest Mil'lam hot nahy, Marjorie : I
I Davidson I ('!trice Gill, Ella!: RichardVoodward l their new school.Ilownrd ;
stand In Gainesville! Manning Maty :Meimtoiin.Janette me making Hallowe'en' l pli" -
Sunday Johnson, l"H't)-
Mae Manning Lillian :Moseley, Ciiiffnoy, Alvertinc
that are flee floracur 1 Conner" I Isn't coming!
Show you Loiena Rosier. was in JacksonIvllle I Priest Kebeccii >son.Kvelyn Itn'es i and a Hallowe'en sandlahle :
Flit nl'rs.; Peck Edna!: Peatce, Junie thy Lee Johns Kathetlne I Klnlaw Hchool now.'e miss him anti wit li i
{ : i Illicit Teacher.se \\'" have pumpkin and u black
Saturday. Barefoot. '
1'dward Braxie, Sara ,
Louiiie Rosier Mildred 'he back '
blue Quill ks. : would 1 come
SI L.iw her whom you hold most Etta Fae Uyul was veiling,; in i I.lIcill'ebb., KdithHolllngswurlh. Nina Bishop. ]Ida Lulu Davit, .lim- <'iind' iinuli* cat brought by Gloria Cooper. -
dear Palatka Sunday Sapp.' Mystic Bonnette, Cora Belle ;i i't' arc glad' to have Joyce Pre- I I ,
Lillian Slump, H:ir. mie Gillfis. Alice June Hatdinff, Ghosts nn ,m vlmit u life-long: debt; Earnest Dowling was in ..latkscmville let rihhop: 11..zl'l1: 'Oil'1"1111': Patsy Keene', Billy Patiay, 'lailce Jones) Ruth Johnson Leila Ker: ;I vatt back\ after several I days of and hout
Homer ..kl.Il..II.V", are making a collection
don't forget. Ann I'tcviitt,
loves Satind.iy Audiey
other you. Thomas soy dill kHll..t
" ilcox; Caiol White I If they catch you on n
Inza Weaver spent Sunday in O'Neill. Lois Thomns Myitlce! I IVarr..n. of different kind of leaves and
I llh (irueBetty )
hough volt heedless grow and Biooker. 1'111\1 \IC\' 1IO.NOK ICOLLFirst \ I pressing them. And If it Is a ghost you happento

SU'range, Betty Jo Webb spent Sunday, In Jo Webb, Louise Winton, Grade, Kitty;: Hogsed.\ Teochcr I I i Wp are learning' ,; a new sung meet ',
Luke Butler. Lorcnu. Rosier, Clara Flume, Ruth Third Grade "Good. Moining. '
, love will novel change; You better and fustH ..
ilhci' run
Though you. travel fur and K'lni f c.tn'o, Fiances Peek M'liihea, Doshi Smith, Peggy Lea Baker John Gainer James> Mnrlon Brow. :Mary Carlo Melbu. ]: llopntUr Glorlii Cooper. ,'cause on that night the moon

wide Uf 11.1.1 Smith and Harriet Bishop Stanley, Lorraine Hartman, 11IzelThomas :Mathews Van Priest, Dan Priest, Stiingfellow, Leonard, Puce, ': Teacher Miss 1>:"wllrtlH.I (1005 not last I ,

with spent Sunday afternoon in Gaineavllle. I Doris Stiitklaml Hazel Beatrice Bennett Jo Ann Blocker Willie O'Neill:' Bainey Me'Rue, Hilly :
"Fortune vary the lIde.ere's I ..lj-'Cat': >>t: :NKSVo : i
Drown Edith Howe :Many !: June Caldwell Joan Carpenter, .
harbor yet But if meet and meet w Itt hinstead
peaceful ; a
a ward' 'Ilnth"Is.\ H.IIII't Jr1'1 Geraldine Cox Leila Dil.xkell' Bet \ Andrews Teacher.Third I \ have been studying forest you

"ither l loves, you don't forget : nn. ty Flynn, Anna Lue Hillhouse .irndf 'i fires.V... know that forest fliesicott
:Mother's! home II heavenly rest With her of flety red.
loth Grade: Nell Lundtiim Dot'Is Moncrief.I I plenty of money Mr. Gray eyes
Though your work Is just be- Mary Weldon, Pauline Moseley It'a no use to slut to hide In the
love her too?
>o you you .I\J .nitlt. B.liefoot.: Loral Bennett I petty Powell GeOl'ge.Inklel. Ruth Goodman, Dorothy Johns gave IIH a fine poster on forest
..un.Ioth.r's, ,
ml words often come from you ? Wla. l1nm.tt'I'U Cutler HerUit Huby Llllev, Teachei.rirnt '. Helen Johnson I', fit'OH. He also has given\ im nowIlileia. graM i !
work Is. neatly done I David Gunter, Raymond Ht-catise their eyes are made ()fKlass.
Po know that even nowTenthI' Cloveisettle, Doris Crews, tiradeM.ulge I ,
you When the wotld's. fierce scorn I Kelluin.: Velma ('onnor. Jose I .
words l will smooth her Dorothy Closby. Jean Davis dace Biownlee, ImoReno Cow- \VV h'Ih'n colotlng ll.il- I
you've met. phine Decandla Maigie Kersey John Kinlaw.: ,
brow ? Nettie Ft-ankle Gay, .ii t, Palsy Dew, :Minnie Lou Hiizcn '
Mother loves you don t foiget Dew Dowling Louise I'M. winds, William Anthony howl' n, pictiiies, and l they ate veiy II.Illowc'en I{

peak> to her and call her "Pet"; Giiico Green, Irene Mat kham, Audrey Isabell Paiker Andrews W. B McKinney, Robert I pretty Our class meeting was Tbere'o night called. illowo'tn,. .:

,they' loves you, don't forget. Iedicated to 'the :.Mother! of Owen McKae, Ralph: Rhodes, Alls Kobeits Teacher Johns Father English, Leslie Bradley I called to older by our President. When spooks black cuts 'and owls 1 1al'

Bnidtord 'oUllly H\ Dempsey Sapp, Leland Sponholtz II r'.( (iriideR Vluck Flitch on Thursday moinlngWe seen. 4 4That.s t

[othci's love i.s always best .1. Harry IttjiMiiii.. 1 Elizabeth Plummer, Alew Austin L. P.irilhh June Cothran. Mrs Bigg: i, Teacher brought up the matter of donating
___ _0 when Jack-o'-lanterns shine q
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---- .-.. Third tirade hflol.s.Ve are In hopesto
AM Htl'UII'wmdH howl and witches
1 Hotlne get: a lots of books that! way '
Ruby Green, McKinney wnme.
I Mare, Yantz Shirley j Tail I Clumpier Reporter i
.loycp Mary ,
All these things arc fun if icaty: ;

Judd Jim )Fiank Jordan list V'y Mis.. Howard TeachersM And they really are but fnryThey ;
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THEY ALL HAVE ONE THING IN COMMON wards.HuJnon, Bobby Dynl', Mauilce F.-") Miss 'II
I Mils Buddington, Teacher) : anti l Thursday, sixth 'If on Halloween >'v>.. \onu.ii. 0..t.
Kli'lilrntiir Honor Kull, ))
graders told sloiltft for I inguage. -- Roberta'htifielJ. j
Fourth Grad I ,
I| The fololwlng are, a few of them:
r trk j Frank Baldwin, Tommy Cothan, I I 11.'Hi, Kobe Wbltlli'ld. The sixth grade drew and 1 painted ::1 I

II:I Leon Cray Jr., Marvin Greek pictures. There, wel'emany
r L..ILeh'j, A Gift Fiom Confucius Juhn
(!eorgi3) Oliver Robeit ) Kinlaw. good ones put on the black :

vprrokr Palray, Ha told. Register, KdwauJ: I hoard ,:
Little Miss foggy Varbtoiigb.
Fuy -
Thomas, Gloria Cooper, Luella Davis News Chairman--John Kinbitw.tteporter "
I The Dinky I !Ducklings
Kunice Onffls Helen Hat'den- "
Fay Yaibiough
Walter Taylor.Kit .
brook, Frances Johns Agnes LewIs ; I
On ICallowe'en
night If you ventuic i
und Kilt .
..,...,. nOI'lthy10': l. 1\IIlrilln Kadi.se, i There were, several L..r'I'l'yJ'I'" HalloweVn/ I out; 3
'. Kelettn Sparks' Doris Summer Ad1die II
TylorMiss I poems' made up In the room The I I

Edwards, Teacher, i following/ arc- two of the brut : Send V Is four KodnU" Kllins

Fourth 4inidfIda I Inline e'en Nllit| I for IVvelopiuent.. One day Mr\-"

-- -- -- !I.. mid' first class
I< Lee Silcox Mabel Leach SurliiI: .I' ll>l.If \'I'lllioit \ < \\orlc giiiiran- i
I t.,..d.. \\ niukn !
I etilargeineiiU up
1't \
Bertha Lee Kersey;: Ethel) Mae
<*..."iiie 11111 %... ttl'lk: to 11x17 Inchon., title IM a trial I
w y 0. Dow ling, Collette Green Jimmy : MrlU'H' IS 'IINIMIIIY: (1I\1'S. TlmC
by t r, Bradley Fred Denver) Alvin ir n KiukPM. holder I of TUX r,'mil ('.\ult.lnSt.s'fY.\' t
e( 4 o b I i-'itNu, 'li, (HHiicd,, t 'Hit :J lay ( rI Aim' i,
A x.N. ;a GZo a .. Crews. Hal: A II ,bat! hoe flied, Hllllle I III IIIVol
t Mrs La7enby Teacher rift* and hue ......I.. iiiplUiitli| fur
f I i u tax iced" t I.i IHI Issued,, I llit>riiii. *HII Mi i
tli I Fourth (iraih I'll I irirale' finlil-a.' II,.* fulliMvliiKdiNirl I hrrkxCOLDS
Walter Dew Bradley Geiger led| | Ii.| >itv; In tin I'nuu lv fit : ,:.
a I I 11"11.1.1.t "Suuef ,I'OI| Illll. towllSonth '
Marlon Manning:, Billy Ovetstreet I liar, of. MonthiHt tjunr- ,:6 6 6 nod '
| Bobby Till nel'. Lila Fine Caldwell tir "nf tiih-IJiii.t, ,, al (jnaitiMMce' -
I Inn 22. 'l'aw nshlp, II Smith, FEVER' t
j Hazel !Fields Merry Bl'th I Knight Uiiniri'I. ., t IIiiMt: ., iintalnhiKT. Uil.
Sue in i .-.. mm tir ICHHI'll' LlgVIt) Tam .: .
Marjorie Middleton MargaretMonletlh -I..n..h. .. Lkr
UHHI'HMIIIt'lll. ttt till sold I.lllll- VUAE"
Evelyn Newsome Mary i 'Ii l I v under' t Ih'su Id eertlflcuta I Issued,! "L"a.: ... yltea: ,

| Lee Overstreet Wanda p..arce.j wile I: In. tin salt tiiiniit ff" rt of Iflf'Alnain utw Hhiill I KollcvI'nlfHN .Ix'.* rf.*. err "H.-r-T'-W..rl.. n.... r

THEY ALL LIKE ;.Betty Turner Mary Alice Yar- :I liinicl ac(.ol'.dinw to ,law, Ihr( property 1.1..t f
''lp.'I1.l tllHiflu will'>(. sold'lo
brough.I '' "h.. highest bidder. .., at thn fouithmiHH
| Mrs. (Hart, Teacher. I I : flour mi the flint Monrlnv lathe t
month of IliM'cnilier, ; ::
i Fifth (iriid Isl(7 I :( whlthIn
lli.. Illh flay at 1..1', II:::!17. MODERN KITCHENS "
ht.r !i Mack Flitch Carl' Crtimpler.Hobcit I"IIIt.llhl.I 20 day of ItilnliiT.'' 1 I'I37.IIII'I''I .
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I 'IAI I. HI! \l.)
Biggs Berta Lee George I A. J. TIIOMA4. ,
Betty Hayes Gene Negel FrancisColley J I'lclk' of I'licull' ,',.".1 11 fItiattfiitd !
I : futility, Klorlda.lll22illll'l "

Mrs Howard,1, Teacher. ---- -- TILE
xoricHXfitlre f
',k. I Fifth Grade I ,In lierHhv given to nil
Dorothy Williams Wilma. ,' whom. It may cancer I that I, Noru .
Nap-I'I Sii 1 |)|.. ..m HTitardlaii of Harold .nil
I I pier Barbara Keen, Norma Mm, .ifl I..... Ha' |'iN nilnorn. will on ,lh.
I ncls Arline Dew Warren Winkler II i ti I"Hi day iif October. 1837. apply' to Colorful, waterproof,greaseproof, f
I I Han I I':. K. leriyinan." f'oun' ",** .. .
clan. Til) n d no
Illiid to
| Junia Jordan, Bernard Jordan easy
i, fit (Ills <.(rlr' In Stark, Klnrl'la ,II{
I Miss Illnson, Teacher iSltth n'c-liiclc A. \T. fur authority In veil ........ or redecoradon.
n..I private mile the fntlrn h.t..r..t..t t
Dl tirade Ilic, xiKl inlninii, In and In the follow. BdoHil glv.n i without obilga-

Donald Bagwell. Billy Parker Inc rlcMcrllif. I .d l lanflM 'In Itritdfordl.iiillty. boa<.r*.w ot tnodmiiing woilc.
Klin, ,lilii. to-wlt nf
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i:' ., Leonard Peek Klnora Bennett ;XWii' if arr., li. and nil that portion t
Ethel' Mae Coleman Annette Goth- :nf Nli::, of NI'Ji4 of Sea 18. by.ingn ( K.VTKl.:. .'1.\.
SuitnciiHt' aide of (]u: Southin Tn.y.UIt: I..E
I lan, Dorothy Faxon Georgia Gil- ti V Fin Tl Tt trnctc, all In Township f
I pin Ellen: Merscienu Hilda Yantz. fl H. It. 20 FIIMI nnil\ containing COMPANY:
tir. sores, more fir .lewd. 1
Mis Seating, Teacher. tl filch sold. notltlon' will ha baaedIIIHIII 707 ". Houiidaryialnciillle j
I !Sixth Grade 110. iftlton| raw on file I In the ( Florida w.JJ
void rv.mt dated. Octoht-r 2nd 19J7.
Anthony Baker Joe English, :ll'ora'Iapp., UuurUtnn. Y

'John Kinlaw Olin White FMgar: /; "..8.fI.I0- .

\ Wilkinson Mary Jo (Caldwell Muriel I Ur'

Crawford, Marjorie Davis Evelyn /

Hall Ruth Powell Geneva RIKI -'I UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO. f!

I don Virginia Sewell Margaret ]j

Stringfellow Oviedo Thomas Ho-1 I. C. MrC'AIIR, 1-rniHlriit .

herta Whitfleld, Fay Yarbroug-h. J

Foil 'rla uFrln:
ALIKE IN THEIR LOVE OF COCA COLA. YOU I l\'nTI.f. *>nn... 14(3) I I I"I.OKII\ .1
7 M iiiutnr: OIVBN, That
( Lucille '!. Rrlwunlx: hnldrr of ..3 or''
CAN'T GO WRONG IN SERVING THIS DELIC- Tax Vltlfli-MtB/ No. .274. .l Issued l the R. H. Geiger G. L. Sapp
Hth day of August, .0n. IH2H: hud
YOU ARE. EVERY- fllft .ttaiTii* In my office and baa lepre; "entatl\e Rrprelleotathe.
IOUS DRINK WHEREVER mule' 111'1,11..11.. fir H tax dart to ,
Im iKNiifd thrrnia Fold crf lfl Bt. ''
BODY LIKES IT. .robracss/ Iha fnfnwing '.I..rrlb'dproperty I
In l h< (fountv of UrndforJ.

Hint. rit..I"'M" tii-witt" ,, ,-nut Quarter i
(if I'Inll.hw.Jlmr."r' Section' At

THE STREET DANCE AND Township,Kant: "ontnlhlnif"H"u'h.34) A.rfH Itanirn, more 23 KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME

COME ENJOY or l less.The noio-imnipnt. nt the said properly '. \

tmd.'r lh' mild certlflrHte .l lased l "1.
YOURSELF WITH COCA-COLA WHO In .the n aroa. of O. (!. Pwrnt :\lIt* f. C. :\'f'('Allt:, lady Attciuf'int: 10 j"'
REFRESH fill I' nM i crtirif-ute "hull ha r.- .
docmcd accdrillnic to law th" sold
: t-rti Ofrlhiil thcrla will lit

t" the di.i.r hlRhfft' ,,m the.lildilor flrit at Monday,th* courthams In 4't \\'. ( hurt-h St. 3f St. George St.

the month nf l'*"*ernb'r. 1iM7.!
which U the .Itch day of Imivrnbor
COCA COLA l''37Imtml J \('K"ONhl.LCFIat:. \ : AITH'sri.NK:. :, FI...%.
STARKE 1917; thin Hth d.'y' .if Of ib.er,

(OJ'Flel. foir A J .
COMPANY f'l i"rk rI: flr.-lilt! Court ..ifDryilforU I
BOTTLING IO-15-Jl-II.U County flu. -Idu. I ,


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I'\- JK: KOUK .. - BBADFOIW COI7MTr. TItLi"wRrn. 8TAKKE. FLOIUD4 ____________________ ...un.u.. O'TnRJ'- --...".. *,'h;t. _HJ37_
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: 7 Fellowship Banquet Given I(SMothers: Club' Colley-Ulackburn So" were sung! ns trios by the felt the evening -
!tli ; By Methodist Church 1 To Be OrganizedThe ;young mm, who me :Ubly
I' ,1 Health Department of theWoman's Mr and Mrs W. A. Colley announce known as Gordon, Howie and l "
'fOClclr J Adult members of the Methodist the marriage/ of their /
IIowlo .
Club Is sponsoring aMothers' und with much exp l'I.
i Church enjoyed a Fellowship Banquet Club which will have Its daughter, Lois of St. Louis Mo. toMr. and IIpll'ltul1l1lyIl1ng! : "Tins / 1
: : : Tuesday night at the Woman'B Frederick Blackburn of Tam-
first meeting,; November 2 and will Hand" as a solo. i
Club building; under the directionof TVi. The marriage was solemnized ;
meet thereafter the first Tuesday -
1 .': ., IJ -- t- the pastor's wife, Mra. W. A. in each month Hi the Woman's August: 27. 1937: at the 5th. Ave. Thete were out-of-town doubt'r! i ,' ,'

'. Woodman Circle Has Meeting Mrs. Inman WritesOf I Fischer. Club" building; from three until five Methodist( Church In St. Charles, numerous I) to nli me-,->present. ''OIR*!

,'.., In W. O. W. Hall Tuesday Interesting Trip I, The library and auditorium were o'clock In the aftel noon. The new Mo many locally who had nut '' :"*
/gaily decorated( In the Hallowe'en and Mrs. Blackburn is the youngest i attended the services, I "
t 4 ;4 of the club it open to all mothers pie- SRI(
I ; The regular meeting The following letter was colors of black and orange nnd aprouslon natal and daughter of !Mr. and Mis. Colley.She large number of regulars.
mothers in the county
Woodman Circle was held Tuesday lint week from Mrs. Vonda Inman
; from the Brad ,
I of yellow cosmos were was graduated; ,
and Those who
they are heartily urged join were present no
W. O. W. Hall. National In-
i night in the who Is attending the School in the homicides 'Ia"
gracefully arranged In baskets and aDd ford County High n v.a
Entertainment refreshments -
j The called to order of the Woodmen Circle at --
meeting was stttnte two
1 For the
': bowls. scived at the class of 1930. past -- -
,, by Mis. B. M. 1 t' 1 The /guests were received by the meetings and advise and education years she has been In St. Louis -
t :. Dui ng the business session excellent Omaha NebraskaMr. I class officers of the adult department on subjects related to the club's Mo. wheie, she has been employed RITZ THEATKJl

4 talks were made by the differ- Eugene Matthews of the Sunday School who puiponevill be given A transportation is a beautician.

ent members and plans were made Editor of Bradford Co. Telegraph are as follows: President, ,. L. D. committee is being organized MI'. Blackburn Is the son: of Mr, STAKKK FLORIDA
1 to have a large class of candidates Starke Kla.'' I Vining; vice-president.! Miss Madge to carry members without and :Mrs.: F. F. Blackburn of Tam-I
and also several graduates at the Dear Mr. Matthews: Middleton; secretary, Mrs. T. T'I the
facilities to leach the meetings. pa. He was graduated from -
J meeting on November 23 at this I left Starke Wednesday( morning I Long; treasurer Miss Lucile Ken The club is being patterned after Tampa high school and from the DOUBLE FEATURE
; grove. Mrs. Maud Antll ews. Mrs. o'clock with Miss nedy Fellowship chairman Mrs. ,
at 3:30: Amy ; 'the highly successful! one now In University of Tampa. Mr. Blackburn "'UIO \Y
1 Vergie Flynne and Mrs. Ethel Moore Mrs Otillie Baird of Palat- D. P Carpenter. operation in Lake City, and Is in is In the radio business in S.TI'UO.OCT.. 2 -so: f

,,1 Raymond were appointed as hostesses ka Mrs. Bertha Lung of Jacksonville Judge E. K. Perrymim was master charge of a committee composedof Tampa where the young people

; t11 and all members and officers and Miss Mozelle Wood of of ceremonies and introduced of :\ Jeanette Kincald chairman will make their home after Jan. 1. "TROUBLE IN TEXAS"

are asked to be at the next Cliicfland for the National InuU- Mis. Fischer. as head of the Adult Mis.\ Clennie Hitkok and Mrs.\ _. -- .- -
ill meeting: on November 9 at the hall tate In Omaha Neb. Miss Moore Department of the church school.
R. J. Davis. It is believed that this W. M. U. Circles To :Meet U1TII TKX lillTKK
4 ? 1 After the business session a delightful anlll I are honored guests of the Institute 'j I She made a charming/ talk on "Fel- club Is another great. step forwardfor
social,, hour Circle. Number 1 of the 'II
was enjoyed by lowship In Class. A response; to Brudfoid County and its fu- Baptist'Woman's )

the members and .ice cienm was I had an enjoyable visit with Mr. Fischer's talk was made by tilt e. I .!\\.fi slollary Society of -\SU-

I nerved( by the hostesses. my daughter, Vonda Wednesday ,, Mis. D. P. Caipenter. .. -- .+ __ 'which !Mrs\ L. G. Powell is leader
.- -- : The banquet table was arranged Pm'en T'I1/1E'r/ AssociationTo will meet with Mis. Powell and
night fit the University of Ala. in
W. :M. S. To Meet: Tuscnloosi. Thursday enjoyedthe ; in U formation decorated withi Have Meeting) :Miss Ktta: Tlton ut their home: "LAST OF THE MOHICANS

I 4.t beautiful mountain drives! to j i i I ;yellow flowers, and the place cards Monday oftI'I noon at 3.00 o'clock.
: Circles of the Woman's Mission- )Memphis where we spent the were of Hallowe'en de Jgn. The :Mrs E. M. Davis, pleHldent' ol Circle! Number 2, Mis. .1. M. U I'I'll KV.MKH.IMI. !"('OTT

4. 4 aiy Society of the Methodist night, Friday, we drove through delicious turkey and accompanying the Purent-Teachii Association/ Biownlee 1 lender, will meet Monday, ,
Church will meet :Monday afternoon delicacies were prepaied and will preside at the tefiular monthly afternoon at 3.30: o'clock at the'
miles of beautiful white !'o .
: : at three o'clock Circle cotton just! out of Memphis In Arkansas served under the direction of Mrs. moeting which will! be held home of :Mis. A. J. Gliffls. All' 1'XU.lONU. \" OtT 31-NOV. I

Number One Mrs W Middleton: and many rice fields and, Titus Olson of the Orange Blossom Thursday Nov. 4. lit 7:30: o'l'lul'k members aie urged to attend this

leader will meet in the Educational fine apple orchards and spent the Cafe Serving were: Misses in the school auditorium. The organization meeting. "NAUGHTY MARIETTA"IIII

.1 Building. Circle Number Two, night at Hot Spiings. Ark. Saturday Dorothy White Doshla Smith MirIam topic for thin meLting will be Circle Number 3, Mis.\ L. A. Ca-

Mrs. Pearl Simpson leader will we drove through green Guy, Edna Pearce and Mary "Know Your Library." nova leader, will meet with Mrs. \\ .IUVNKTTK: M\('DON'\ :\MVNKI.SON Ilii: m,

meet at the home of Mr and Mrs. wheat fields and miles of fine corn I I Harriet Bishop. Banquet tickets The Strawberry String Band will Canovn! at her home Monday aft-

A. Wood. thru Northern Missouri and lowu. were collected by Mrs Carpenterand furnish music while the members Mrs. L. D. Vlnlnir.! -
are assembling after which a business '
1 I Judge Perl'ymun introduced I... F. session will be held. I MISSION II\M. I

- (!lrlnlC "our ('IUI) Chapman superintendent of the Talks on "Library requirements "Ho everyone thi t thirsteth, "GIRL LOVES BOY"WITH

G R E EN' State Prison Farm as the guest for a Standard School," "What We come ye to the waters and he that

*:tj oh fial. speaker for the evening. Mr. Chap- Have in Our Library" and "What hath no money; come ye, buy andtat" EIW USF.X'E'tr.l'AHKtr: :
0 I L 72c man made an excellent: address We Would Like to Have In Our so! said the prophet, Isaiah

: STORE making. the following outstanding Library" will constitute the pro- :n the 05th::; chapter of his prophecy -AI.No--

points: "Keep standards and traditions gram for the evening. and the invitation is still good. "A Day With The Dionne
(" .\ II ,. CARRY of the past and yet progress --+ Tl.irsty souls were refreshed the :; Quintuplets""SLAVE
fL with the times. Develop Eastern Star To Meet Mission meeting Tuesday evening ,

ST\It KJo:. FI.\. FLOUR 24 lb. 73c Christian personality; in the church : when Mr. Geo K. Tibbilts again; \\ ..;(): of the
The East-
and thereby influence others by I regular meeting vislte'l this station and togetherwith
.1 r WE HAVE' A ('()MPLETE USE 01" 'IUIITFF.t J)1'I AT A our lives." I era Star will be held! :Monday night, his young men secretaries and
I l1e "'Elfl' LOW I>HI't;. !o F.E t.S BEFORE!: nU'lsn.LADRD Nov. 1, at 7:30::: o'clock in the Eastern 'Camp Councilors brought a message SHIP"MTII
A quartet composed of Mrs. A. Z. i
r. twL Star Hall. Officers are
urg- in Word! and sonthat, will
(' Adkins; Mrs Ethel M. Biggs. T. T. ed to be in attendance for initiation /
i' -
Long and Jim Ritch, "Love'sOld linger long and tenderly in the \ \\ \ICNtuXTtICLI.'I': KF.KIil:
piacticc.! '?_ minds of those who crowded, the
Sweet Song" and a number of
lb. --+- ---
Hall to to hear.
9c I other popular songs. An impromptu Uencfit; Bridge and l Bunco Each of the helpei a .,bpoke u word COMING'
piano number was played by D. .'RIIJ.\\ SATI'ltDAV. NOV. .\-6
P. The finance committee of the about the work of the Gospel Volunteers -
Carpenter und T. T Long.
_ "When We All Get Together" Woman's Club of which Mrs. W. of the World of which }.II. AUTRYIN

hoME: GROUND "Smiles" and other H. Hart Is chairman will sponsor Tibbitts Is the founder, after which -

(0. SOItTIiEItS orftidy Lima I Were sung In chorus.merry Hallowe'en songs a benefit bridge and bunco party Mr. Tibbitts brought the mess!.ge 'THE BIG SHOWCARPENTER'S
J MEAL 10 lbs 22c and Friday night. Nov. 5. at 7:45: from Isaiah "Just !a Whispered :
caps noise-makers also addedto .. ,
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I o'clock in the club auditorium. Name" and "Because He Loved Me -
4 ,, the fun, and the last number -_" -_. -.. ": +'JI *,1......,.,
; PET OR r\IIS\TJON Beanslb.5c : was "Good-night, Ladles" -. -
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; : 1j MILK 3 tall 20c _ II I'[:;Judge Judge Attending and and Mrs.Mis.the A.E.banquet Z.K.Adkins Perryman were Mr.!, ;:._ 4_ *1': -

r.\sc1' RI.F nSt -WnLE GRAIN I i and Mrs. R. F. Demoiest, Mr. and "-
"Mrs.1 L. A. Davis Mr. and Mrs. W.

I'|I'B.' Sewell Mr. and Mrs. Olin White, .

RICE lbs. 15c and Mis L. D. Vining, Mr. and THE RE.VVLL DRl'U STORE _
Mrs. C. 'H. Naswol thy, Mr. and .
Mis. T. T Long Mr. and Mrs. O .
L. Beasley Mr and Mrs. K. G. Duncan _,_

OLEO lb. 12c GRITS 10 lb. 27c Senator and Mrs. C. E. Johns, _
ai Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson, Mr. Whhhd 'k'L'7i'r.irvzZIs] I _111 I I MataliIIAM

: : and Mrs. N. D. Wainwrlght Jr., TsrI.ui.5h b*riip dJ I ) i4ilI"
"OUK Quart .Jar I... .\SIT; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mr. and !!iA-ePrpt, _,....,100_ T S .k N SI M..I.
2 for I' 2 for SOC
26 I I
Mrs. Marcus F. Brown. Mr. and D.J ASPIRIN TABLETS .
i'g STEW lb. 12c BUTTER 23c Mis. D. P. Carpenter' Mr. and Mrs. SeleeSI, ,,,hoc.l.te. t ea\ 2 for 50 ; ,
.... .. ., -n
Jim In'' 2 f. 8 V" ...hbl...... ...'ETUTA" ....
Rltch Mr. and Mrs J. P. War- je f.". .M" I I'i :,
t ...,.. .. -.. ...." .." .
iIf ten, W, P. Smith, Mrs. J. I!. Ritch. : 5)c 1le to............. : ', ,.. _Idel'
., o'w t
'LOJUf\ .
J. 'I 1 ..
Supt. and Mrs. L. F. Chapman .. 39 Ii7l'kI.S -c4 ,, 21. .,.
Air. and Mrs. J. H. Benson Mrs. W. PETROFOI..I jO Rubber Clove* 2

Pork' I A Fischer Mrs. Pearl Simpson, _, WI.I OI ', ', Ftl cc e flt for c,, ,,,

Mis. J. T. Guy Mrs. Hogan Smith, J VWVSS' T'f //a -**< l ,

I Mrs. Jeannette Kincaid Miss I LOr2JREX.MES'l'lit

I Madge Middleton Miss Lucille

C Kennedy, Mrs. A.Vood.. Miss

Madge Whlgham, Miss Beverly
Chops lb. Cad:!>', Mrs. Leola Roberts Elmo I -
.. '' ,, 'Pe4, 'OJi'j Ot Ol.r Unix/I/.1"/ /
Struth, Mrs. Ethel Biggs Mrs. By- :\ / ) + a, '
so. MIAMM.,. (HMH,"
num Perkins and Mrs. F. H. Long. ..se ,, ,, 4 a3en.o 'le ,; ;
Z for 26c :. 2 for 36
--+--' ---; .,,,...'...... : ; : ......,........ -
U. D. C. Will MeeF.Wednesday ooI..l.r..\: :'.'::. ::: .-: :: :.;:r.::,:::;;...l..
BACONNUW"Tr6c;: 'j Daughters The W. T. Weeks of the chapter.Confederacy United, ,._ A Trww-....u r...". Alcohol -ct '' lvflo _. -_- _

t will meet Wednesday, November _ 2 fr Sic ___,10Ct_ ., Facial I 2" "s 51_ _-_ :-t
jib j-;; .. l .,.. I'-
third at 3:30: o'clock at the homeof I 11...- ,... bi.I 0' ,_ : ,; .5.
? I Mr. and Mis. L. A..Davis. Hostesses ; '
SUGAR 5 Ib. 25c POWDFR "-" '- P -r-d-.. L/ '; PUV liES
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a'2 ... !
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10 lb 49c : Mrs. Davis Mrs. J. W. Andrews 2 for 18C 's:' ttrHnMi .... ( 5...,,.. 2 for 26C

I und Mrs\ O. L. Haynes p*'.'. -. *" JJ So/iull/ Halibut Liver Oil .aoo Sanitary y'
ITRE (;RflI'NI) I : .\ntiIM'pti.I"utlmll..h:\ !liIIEE'rS fer Napkins

i >II\EI> GROUND I II We arrived In Omaha Sunday at ....,,......_.,..."........\.. GlSllleS| (plain) 2 for 26e _ _ _

; COFFEE 12',4c I, noon. -. .. ., 1_
t : MEAT Ib. 15c The weather has been wonderful ___ _ _-_/2_ ..... lor 50 2 'I .,.r.. 1.,,* 0.11-, _,,o ,Cnl is,,pa.,,knh'1'
.... or '--
throughout the trip and la Just 'a"" p-.d II.Ao J u. ornd t.
t pil .1. .4 R.aII Tle.Iri1
i warm enough to be pleasant. .. , ,, fleitl
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Salt I ?u. '' '--" b- d I'r1dsrs com ( 51
j ; XJ. 3 CAN Sunday afternoon I attended the j _... Adhesive Tape )
Tomatoes 6c I I ('oaIL&er Oil I .....,...- a'Vor 26 2 for 76CEpgotn
4 open house meeting for our Na- 2 for 26C "
!STMKI) HACK .. ,,,.. ,.' /
.sa -
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tional officers and looked over the '::' ''?::':.' i':: 2 tsr ,.
a. A N..fl _T,1 -
Woodman Circle Building. A ,'s IOnll :; :

-I 1 I'uncy No. 303 fun I"almolhl' Very truly ... 'l" "' I' ) .

1 Apple Sauce Soap, Bar 6c I Mrs.) Vonda Inman. _ _ .'r ,,a..i.1 II asi1 i>'kin Lotion 'e _ 'i
71 C I"Ip.- I .... ... .,. ,... Ij '
I .J II ?flc .. ; I
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!o tkily, l No. :8 Tun Supersuds 3 for 25c i Invention Brings Joy AGARKXnil( i Coco Soap6 'LIJ ". 1' 2 for 2G -. a'.e'2. for 51 C 4(1flL I1

.fVi Pumpkin OctiiKron Toilet ...., ,. ,,!'. N". o'H' .**p s Th. p.. '. A! i I ..n. ,,..s k.g.b. Ah F
I Soap Bar 5c I To Women Who Iron I 2 for '1.01 I that H ail,4n 0 .d 4 _,r4I I lII IiflII, 2 lor 26G I&U"LII 2 for
>df>*Mlir only and *MMI
< Tooth Jlrusli
& k.&" ,...,.., t M T ihH Mip rr J _,_ 2 for 26. :
Sniiill& OctiiconSoap I __ '
3-MJ. CAN Al.O..I,.. l ,, 2 for_ 50'L': 2 for26C
Women -
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Chips 2 for 15c I everywhere are praising
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M die/ rJ 'a 5..I A3. _. ., ;JI
: Octagon Soup or this wnndeiful iron with which LI'I! > HMillStationery / IIYl.lIll, I'UWDIN for I.

- COCOA lOc_ Powder, 2 for 5c they di, their Ironing In less than I ... I.... .. .. : .... : : Ren...ly.made...."" ...!.II Bandages Rnt u..","
fl Coroau.itMMMI'
half the time- -without drudgery-- ()RDRLigS I 44 E> b| M Lltprn i.*.:.n..>:: !IKtf-Slu.\n: : Cl'REI) uiN..LIn I..fib I *Mi ,ll IM.V.A vw '"" AI.MOD9 2 for 36" t..iwtHh !r AV
without spoiling- the clothes and at C ,. .,' 2 for 5leV
-i' 1,1 '
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2 for 51c uiII.LT cte 2..fur 51'_ ,,

4 rei.J BACONlb.21cAgent I almost no expense. -;:-: A :> ", "'/ ilarfnin for C,,/./ 2 .f... 51 Castor ass Oil 1 t' 'i' '

Women Iron In comfort while -"vi- 10 in 1 Mako-iip 2..... 51 2 f.r26cI

I u.-ilng it with no hot stoves to fret ..... .

For I over, no labor of keplng up coal or ... It 0'.......... I "-_. .I-.....compact.._. .11'........-..-........-69, ..... e- b __$ P 2 lor 51_0 ugh'flU 7tt Syrup

, wood fire no danger of explosion I ? I =:':: ':,:".:..:..:.o----;....::.:._:.=.......:.:'.-.......4.-. ...-...,.. I ; 2 Vu' 2. .. ....tlthly.. .Ir.
'"'' .r.. tbr t* tmt ttluTJi.S
..... ...... .
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: jI i using ,gasoline alcohol, etc., no 2 for 26c I :0;:::.': r.:. .':.::: ....ro:... ,- 1i;;IrP'iciL 2"-..- 11 :: : ::!""' *"'" fll' SIc :

I ;- ._-.-. ... 1iz"r;; : .u.Ics 2 fee 11. .....1.. "... '
r1. TRUE 1AN FERTILIZER CO. starch sticking, smutting or U! p # w'" prIfIerwgfrv IIU 2 FOR ,- ,',. ... awNioL -
:: ; lfu'. 11. Hot Water Bottle -" "
scorching fine linen. S :;:, Jonlfr ?J43..sis* I'leteIsi'Ilv i

r:, 's'. Face Powder C IIPECIAL r.OTICE. ,:.., TO..:':", -i L'5
'' ..... .. ..... 2f.i11'1
I See Mrs. J. C. JONES Starke, :. ::.::.-:1.:: .! ': u.
i Better I IFla.. for' LI FREE DEMONSTRA
: Quality '
TION. .. IM*.IJK f U*ptel d
; :
I Fuel for the above Irons may be ZINC OXIDEALCOREX
- cyt < OIM fMF.NT ( RubblD| Alc.hol purchased reasonably at GAS- BAR
: Get Our Low Prices Before I
Buying SETT'S HARDWARE STORE In e 2 2 for 21* \ 2 for 26e 2 for 26C

I I Starke. JO-6-4t ilI iL .[ iii .. .. I!


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PA/.K .'1\1'':
,.'. U"r08F.It'IO. 19S1 nn'-\JFORO t'OrXTTJlLEl: ;R.\l'f1. !NTAKKK: n.onn

Charles Imbach of Green CoveSprings I Mrs. U. A. Joyner of Bartow I W E. Bryant, local cafe operator, r Mr. Barefoot HonoredMrs. daughter M ia. IJ.'. Green and.
and Sara; Barefoot.
Misses" Juanlta
I, was a visitor h'e'ednes.. andl\.lrR.\ T J. Murray of Ft Meade'this week set twenty-five American P. M. Barefoot entertained served light refreshments to the
!I day retained to their homes Friday, af. I Beauty lose bushes at his home on her home on Call
__ __.____ ..- i iI ter a two weeks' visit with Mr. Call Street.; They are of pink, red i few : I gueatg j
Bits offONCEKNINCJ'OUK I .. St. Monday evening, the occanlon .
The \. C. T U will\\\ again m..et' and Mis. Abe Besnant. I and yellow variety Ml Biyirit: nniversnry. -
with the President! Mrs. F. A. : --.-- -_. \' 1 said being/: Mr.. Barefi'Ot'H birthday Mr. anti 1111'''. R 1-'. Fox cif Ma-
I I : :\JcG.'ho ,Is, employed -- --- -- -.--
Scott on Friday afternoon. : Miss Clara ron, Gu. nnd Mr und : Ira Rnn-
NeW9. by W. P A, In the depart sl.ta: I.11_!Short Himnnlj., A Mr. J. H \ enieilaineil theguests .
L caj 1''I Mr and Mr8. A. Jo:;. McKInneywere :: I mint: of the Archive Survey has l Large: hurt rnlt- framed ciimpl-If. I with several plnno nfU> dolph Doreo of .iHcksonvlllewere.
visiting friend In Macrlenny been transferred to Bronson nnd and' three, nice folder photos, all for. I .Ion dining the evening/,;. w..k..ndIICRtR/, of :Mr and Mr

: ;' PEOPLE BUSINESS AND I I Monday night. I will continue with the same I work. I I', SiUIO.: ) ) ll(><)> Kit: WISOS.I :Mm.,'' Barefoot, assisted l hy her G, II. Bennett .
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COUNTY AND TOWN --------- --
OF Tim
1'|{OCRESS I I Mrs L. 0 Hnzon and Mrs. A K.: i I Mr and Mrs.' B. Jacobs and Miss I I Fi lends of MB't. Katherine Spun-

\ McKInney spent Saturday afternoon -I jp.otahnd Jacobs spent Sunday In holtz will be glad to learn that she 4 ; .. i 1yr tr
.I In Gainesville.Mr. i Jacksonville HS guests of Mr. and I is rapidly recovering from n sei ions \
!, Mrs Clarence Nusshaum. .\tr. and where
--- --- ,! illness" in the Gill Hospital
I H I v Knight attended court Mr and Mis. Sam Anderson an (Col wl'i Tuesday. I I, spent Sunday afternoon In Jack. Brooker were visitors/ here Sntur- |II turned from a wedding trip to re-I two weeks. It Is expected that she 1
sonville. day. | York and I Canada. I will be moved to her home near
_._ ._ __
Plant spent - I week
=. H.iivey: of City Hcllhronn\ early next \
[rt week-end here with friends. I I Miss Essie Coleman spent Wednesday :Senator' and :\11 a, C. E. Johns I Mis./ q. T. lJttIun ; ;daughter; -- ----- ---- -
t in Olustee with her pa/"l.nlll,1 and N. \'ulnwright., Jr., spent :\ Ollie Dell and Mm.: Lee Graham Sr,
i ,,. anti Mrs I- A. Canovn spent' Mi.. and Mis. Asa Coleman TueHd.iy In JtckHonvllle I I and ihildien. of GlllneH\'IlI"1 had Mr.as and their:\11"0 guests:", W.Sunday Hayes Mr
LsJn Jacksc+nvllle.T were guests Sunday of ,
m G.LtidxvlK
Mrs A.
Mrs. W1.: WimbeiTy and Mrs. Col\ and Mrs II. V. Knight Im,11 I IMis. Bumnlee- and Mr. and :\11 K. J. M I !nnd :\11 8. :Street bendy and!

\\' Mai'key of' Brooker vas a A H, Green spout Monday in J icknonville. D. to;. Knight spent Thursday J: HI'Onlt'e I :Mis. Charles, of! unlatch Gainesville./ of Green Mr Cove STAKKR. FI.OK1HA
In Jacksonville)
IslOtS' visitor" here Tuesday._. _., -- -- -- !, Miss--- --Stump-- and-.l1I8s: :Springs;\, Mr. and Mrs. K, W. Hayen, -\\ INKSPEATING-: -
-- ----- Mnijoiic
Mr.. and Mis. J. T. at the .Ir of Jacksonville, and Krow lOcI
Qulglt'Y'e.ln'a.lay spent students
Father: Showe Dozen
Ooyle of Jacksonville spent Senator and Mis. C. K.: Johns Stlkklund\ / a student nt StetsonUnivetslty APPLES
J. 0 '\ anti of last Women
| "''nd hl'rewith relatives and N. D. Wamwrlght, /, Jr, spent. Thursday I Flotilla Stale College tot nt Del.and.
>"e sick week In Jacksonville. will fpLMid, this weck-ond with :Miss I
In / .
Jacksonville.G. /
Tuesday : -
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-- '
I -- ,
F. : ()1EATING
Brownlee and Miss - --- Stump's patents Ml. and
!II" II L. Wednesday, --- Miss\ Kilna \llutto and Mina Eh?... ,: V. .stump.Mis A 0*. Church and his mother 20c
l.uy, UiKWiileo spent Ocala haverecently APPLES Dozen
L. fatten of Tallahassee wan heth Williams were shopping InJacksonville : Mm, Julia' Church, of I
,. jiiikHonville./ the weekend guest: of Mr. and H'r: I : moved 1 to Stnike and nn'occupying
I ) Wpdnendny. ,\. :'1. Darby. MI'''. S. L.Peek i thetrsidenve '
T. Flunk __ at
I i /
I Landrum.Mrs. and Miss. Maiy Brownlee D. K- 31b.1Oc I
Mr. and Mrs.\ H L. Hough weic week in De- '
1 of I I spent the tirsl of the
REAL M. Maynard: < Hampton 'Knight Mr. Church Is
hll"lncsR'I.itm's to Jacksnm'llleFriday
I here the Land) with "'IUVCII11'8.: 1IJ'hy Road 'CnmWl'I'tl\, .. -
spl'nt't'dm'II1Y as guestof with \the State \ ;
afternoon.Mrs '
Mrs, W. H. Alexander. ] an,. Mrs: Peek visited :Mrs. Darby's KI.I.OXV: : RIPE:

ESTATEIF I ____ __ IInn.inIIIIn,1 daughter, Mr, andMi's
K. S. Matthews and Mrs. : Geuige A. Marks and Miss I :Mia. I K. \V Hayes and < BANANASLETTUCE 4 jJJs. 15c
YOU WANT TO Mrs A. S. Crews, and Mis. J. P. !f. B. Me London spent Wednesdayin BI'o\'nice visited her uncle nnd Hetty, spent Tuesday in IlIIghl..I"1 I _

llU'V; SELL OR RENT Mott spent( Wednesday in Jacksonville J.ioKsonville.! I iiunl. Col. and Mrs. J. E.: Futch., ,I villtf.
._ - -- :.
---- --- --- --- -- --- ---.. or CAPROTSeacti 7c 7 }
SEE US- ------ Miss Ks.sie Coleman stud Miss Ar- I -- .

Mr and, Mrs. H. L. Hough were" line Mann spent Sunday In GainesVille I
WILSONREALTY of Miss Ruth Mc- i I WIN WINHall's --
visitnia to Crystal River Saturday as guests WIN ---- ------- --
CO. While there they were guests of Lendon.Dr. KXNC'YIIOI.K:
Mr\ Hough Mother. and sister-in- I --- ----- --- KKST WKSTKItVBACON

law, Mr.\ and Mis. W. L. Hough. S. Slernberg of Dayton
.----- i D..aeh.s. the week-end guest of: I I Grocery RICELb.
his parents, Mr and Mis. N. Stein \ :

LET'S TALK IT OVER berg. -- -- I i 17c 5 Pounds 17cIIM

I'or a short time II..o\er llro. .. : & LUNCH
\ -- -- -
i iI
!Studio! oilers an \tr.iordinar: bier
CO. .., .... l'\<'KKI: ) uoIISUSt: :
PENINSULAR LIFE INSURANCE Kuin./ \ large: / jmrtrult und ': \( :

three nice<< older( (photos, all lor Win in Trade Each Week-Ask
Charley W. Nicholsan, Agent 3.00: ) Do. not iiiiNS thlH.ilr. I $3.00 Us About This Ij'i Tip Top Coffee SUGARSLb.

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:: and Mrs. V. \V. Varnadoe of
Palatka were guests Sunday of FLOUR, 24-lbs. Guaranteed 70c Pound 25c 25c
Mrs. Vainadoe's parents, Mr. ami

OWN YOUR OWN HOME Mrs. W P. Smith. RICE Fancy Blue RoseS Ibs. t5c
._ '..U\\".-
III I.K <;ilt(>l'M>
Mis.\ O. .1 I, Griffin and Owen t4-oz. 8c
Build Now On F. H. A. Plan Griffin of St. Augustine spent the TOMATO CATSUP, COFFEE, Ib 122c COFFEE, l To. ;9c

week-end here as guests of Mrs E. lb. tOc
Yellow 3

Come In Let's Talk It Over I L. Biggs. _ ONIONS, Fancy GUARANTEED FLOUR, 24 lb. 75c
Ground 10 lb. I
Miss Mary Canova and Miss MEAL, Water ,
HAROLD C. WALL, AGENCY I Mary Lee of Tallahassee spent the tOe PILLSBURY'S FLOUR 20 lb. 95c
week-end here with Miss C'anuva'a LARD, Best Compound,
Branch of INSl'KXNC'ENAT:
Every I mother Mis. K. F, Canova.Mr. .
: SPINACH, 3 No. 2 Cans 25c lit"I.K C'O II'UI'SU ITKK 11110LARD

and Mrs. Jack Bell and 80n.VIlham ,
.\ of Gninffsvllle were" guests: BACON, Best Side, Lb. l1cj LARDPound
Sunday of Mrs. Bell's/ parents Mr I
SEZ: I and Mis. ,.... M. KilwauH.Mis. Pound t2eI
j ROMA OLEO, lOc 50 Lb. Can $5.95
'|Ire| other. day' I looked :it one. ofS I
..'Jill!4 ;imhliohcil. In the Teleirriifh 11. A. Green left Wednes- Lb. Box 3c
11;} I SALT lY2
\ luenty jeiiriiR... tend did I I day for a Lrivf visit with her brolh- WATERGROUND MEAL 5Ib. 12c
thim oul'ttlk'S.: 1 look filling! Itas er-in-law lint sister. 1<11'. and Mrs for 20c Small 3 for lOc
MILK tall ; ,
> would ,
q hard to I. lie\e that aii>oiu" I If. L. Spter.i i
l wear the thliiRH I wan lmoslin. > an I -- ---- t2c
_/. tilt ",.-". litest" bail in thodi .... :i Mrs Floyd Green, returned to her COFFEE 100 Pet. Pure Pound PEARL GRITS 5 lb. 15c
lIit the Important
... iy.. ; alter all home'ecnelllny! after being confined lOc

,tiling\I tolnj'udl.IH not nnthe. look. t<.willies lolks, twenty jounir |I to Riverside Hospital In Jack- EATING APPLES, Dozen TROPIC OLEO Lb. 13c
tonvilla for several weeks.
>ear later-It's how. the.v lm>k I, Spaghetti 3 for lOc
right r.b\\ I might not he ,all; to I -- -

.kn-ji Cttnto/ >oar,\oar picture Itrl'lIt'/I'unkhlldrpn/tram. looking. i Gieea Congressman and Misses and.Essie Mrs.Colemanand H. A..I CHEESE.Southern Print Lb. 22e LIMA or G. N. BEANS 4 lb. 25c

hut I run Sure keep >).u from look I At line Mann spent Saturdayin
Ill:;; tli.it way cluriiiK thelnter of Jacksonville. FLORIDA PORK CHOPS. Lb. t5e uitnv Prince Albert -
IM7. Try me out. -
Mr. and Mrs.: P. E. Canova and.! STEAK ROAST, Lb. tIc
II children of Bartow were week-end. MILK Tobacco lOc

guests of Mr. Canovu's mother SHOULDER Lb. 15c
SMART Mrs. Emma Canova.: Cigarettes
3 tall 20c
-;:- Northern or Baby Limas, Lb. 5c 25c
I 1Irsz.. Turner If Jacksonville 3 Small lOc Pkgs. h

Is the guest, Mr.of and her Mrs.brotherinlawand W M..Ed. Vrcvv: table or Tomato SOUl). can 4c I .":Ib.23c

tt ward:.' -- ..,.,. APPLE RUTTF.R._Ouart 13cRRrA

.Mrs. Tolbert Black and baby of
lOc s
Lake City were guests last weekof : D. 3 L,, vps 25c MACARONI 3 Boxes .

FOR Mrs. Tolbert's parents, Mr., and j

\Mrs T. N Kendrick. i MUSTARD.) :; Ou srt lOc I ROUND STEAK 2Ib. 35c

i| Henry Nichols of Elizabeth, N, J. :M A T HF..s. Hi" Rox. 3 far 1Or. --
and Mrs. W. A Curleton of Win- PORK HAM LAMB STEW

FALL I I ler Park were, /guests, last week All PORK SA 11SAf IF.:. I.h. 25eVe I Pound 19c I Pound 17c
I John Nasworthy.
of Mr. and Mrs
__ __. -
I Groceries
'\ ; Mt Any Price In Starke on
I Mr. and Mis. J. T. Quigley attended FLA. RIB BEEF STEW Ib. 9cWHATWHEREWHY
Reasonably I the meeting of the Jacksonville I FREE DELIVERY :
at Main
I Baptist Association I -
Street Church two days last week ,. I

Priced --.- -
Mrs. K.: Simpson of Gainesville I

z 'II:! the /guest a fEW days this weekof
her brother-in-law and sister

:Mr.: and Mrs. Joe Edwards.
$$16.50 i '-

I M..s. Lucretla Snyder of Way
land Mich. was the /guest the first
of the week of Mr. and MrRV A,
Extra Pants Colley: and Mrs. C. H. Muiphy v

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J. II. Benson and N. D. Wain-

wright Jr., attended' an American COUNTY FLORIDA
OF ,
$4.50 Legion district<' meeting In Bran- _. -- -.- -
ford Sunday --
Mr. and Mrs.- T. E. Duncan. of> : TIlOKOl'fiH llOt'SU: F. C. Hollingsworth .'lritSnl.j",: IUW.IIUSCI'I.E -

BLUE MELTON" Uf"S': last Gainesville Friday at were the home luncheon of Mr.guests and :," J. L. Simmons Hog And HommyII EDDIE


I'llONK: ; .j'.' A
:o-1.l'S: II to 14M.U Mrs. A V. Long Mrs. F. A. Ca In Merlllwd Bottles ::
10S' oil MEN'S of
and two little daughters -
F\1.1. sit 11)ES nova -
The Panne THIS
Gainesville, were guests Thursday Denmark
$6.95IT of Mrs. S. F. Brownlte and Mr, and I... ......_IBHMHBMK f FOR RENT Stern's Garage

$2.98 Mrs.: J, M\ Brownlee.Mrs. \\ ARKI'KEMKIPTIOV Furniture Co ZESI'fU u.vnios
'- HI U :MI.S.11t! : ; : 'rn TIlE
(,(}()U'U'U TtIK>4-TfBESt
Mrs. A. E. E.I'EItTS'e Are Kerelving. tint
P. :M.: Barefoot :
ITBI.IC ".,. BRING IIJRh" Cl u Ji Ixiwi. >..t rrieesCARPENTER'S .
PAYS TO CUV ,\TS"J"ER'NBE | McKInney. Mrs.:: A. F. Sauls Stork Ktrry Hu.v. He Sn-e Ire :
J. Green and daughter, It 1Stfore011 "..\00\' r.VVMKNTS
G S Mrs. L. ICt.t'I.T:04: : See lluy.
Judy, spent Tuesday Jn Jackson THE ItEXAM. STORE
I ville. -
!a- .

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'..\ !SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TEI.F.C.KAril.: aarS, RKPt.. FLORIDA I"IH" "a.r ...._
I 'HI.r:ti: 20, IJtt

FLA. STATE FARM 1 1Ir" Grove section and Volley Griffls' of Mr. and Mis. Sanford Ritch Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wallace Cotton Growers May ,cate of sale. not later than October .

I Glen St. Mary night Mrs. Lottie Carlton returned to 30, for cotton sold prior to October

r 1 :\ Bryan \\hltrield, Cor. Mr and Mrs J. A. Bouvier. loft her home In Tallahassee Thursday Get Adjustment IS.: Cotton producers are urged to

I nrhljt" I'urtyThursday following! / visit with her brother- get these sales certificates. In to
for visit with their son's Payment Agent Says
Monday a
,(+ l llr. and Mrs. W. J. Overstreet famine in Miami. afternoon Mrs. B. C. in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. P. the County Agent's office right HEADACHE

. and children spent the past weekend Prince:, Mrs. Jimmie Ritch and D. Fanchcr. During the weekendMr. iway, If they expect to qualify. [

Mrs Martin Griner returned Mrs. Sanford Rilch were hostessesat and Mrs. W. R. Davis of Tampa Under the Deficiency Appropriation Howpveivif the law is Interpreted
with relatives In Jacksonville.Mr. .
of the lust cot
home Sunday< after a week's visit Act Congress,
of Mr and Mrs.
bridge at the home Mrs. Sanford were guests of
and Mrs. 1-:. A. Urlffls hud as [ ton to be 1 price Jiffeiently we will receive no adjustment
are paid a
i with Mr. and Mrs.V. M. Rt-lnaii: Ritch. Fall flowers carryingout l"uDl'hf'r. growers
MJ their guests Saturday unu annuity adjustment I payment at a rate per payment on Sea Island'
the Hallowe'en color motif .
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l 4 In Oilanilo. I Cotton. But a producer will onlybe I REMEDY
Mr. and Mrs. Mally Griffls and I difference of
to the
pound equal
+ children and Mr. end Mrs W. T. Misses. Sally and Loiena John- were. tastefully. ranged throughout HAMPTONMl twelve cents pound of the average out the trouble it takes to get

i the rooms of the home. As titrremnmrtentMr. per I the sales certificate from the man I
Nasworthy and children of Pine' I'on. of Jacksonville were. guests of I I. 4eht! \lmnaw )price on I the designated! date
B'l' holder of high score Mrs. Pendley, who bought his cotton
[ received a Kostorln cream and sugar and Mrs K, B. Wattersonhave I of such: cotton, but in no case to STARTS WORKING IN

STAB and as honor guest an ex as their guest Mr. Watcrson's exceed! three cents per pound. Buyers will be furnished with
LIT yo the sales/ certificates and will be
quisite set of lingerie Mrs. Fan nephew, Owen Simmons Whether or not Sea Island l 'otton SECONDSTHE
II IIJk Chase City Va. Mr. Simmons 1 is more than glad! to fill out a certificate
: Cher was given the low score prize, Gioviera will benefit from this pay
-.- ', i set of ash trays. Delicious coffee en route to Tampa where he will ment is uncertain as this was passed for every producer,
11111 H. G. Clayton chairman of the
? winter months.
robably spend the
and sandwiches were served to primarily for short. cotton growel's '.t
I 1 =- the following pl.iyeia and tea 1\1 I'M. J. G. Adkins pent thewet'ktnd State Conservation Committee has !

I d'' ,1 I with her patents, Mr. and stated there. Ig a possibility that
FACE THE FUTURE guests: Mrs. Pendley, Mrs. Funch- The head of the Extension Service Sea [Island
Cotton )producers will
y er, Mrs. Kite Mrs. Wiggins Mrs. Mis. .1. W. Prieuter of Lake Butler. In Gainesville has Instructed i
iI benefit under
the law and
since it
Mrs. Drew Mis. Rich- Mr. and Mrs. W B. Hicks of
Chapman, all to sales
County Agents accept
I is Much a little trouble to this
WITH CONFIDENCE arde, Mrs Godwin Mrs. Lander Plant City are in town this week certificates for Sea Island Cotton sales get /
Mrs. Mrs. and looking after their real estate here. certificate the County Agent
I Murphree, In case Sea Island Cotton Growers REASON'
I I I uiges every cotton grower to do so. BAYER
Mrs Hundley. Rev. Newton of Green 'ove ASPIRIN
are eligbile to receive such pay WORKS SO F ili,
There ii GULF LIFE .
a sent near Mr. and Mrs. Snell and daughter Springs preached at the Baptist ment. It will all depend on the '.- f "prop !11"1< A.rlt'''ab

Ann of l Knoxville Church last Sunday evening. At 'elation of the law The Twentieth Century limited, inl.annbl', r ul.er, ,
l' you-ask hit assistance in preparing a Marjorie ) terpt by the 1 In.// Ile Ihr 11m t plu IM,
1 e Tenn.. and :Miss Mary Sally Princeof the close of the H"I vice, in church pal tm'nt of Agiiculturc In opuititing between Chicago and halloo dl.lntrpralblp' or ,IM ploy' a

program that will assure YOUR financial Dublin. Ga., spent the past conference, he wan called to the Ingl(>I1. Sew York) covers the 061 miles In I 101. x.wd "I 1.l ry'.

t-- r week-end with :Mr. and Mm. B. pastorate of the church which he In order to qualify} for this pay- !I eighteen hours at tin average speedof .It.1.11..lInn e A.m 10.,1.', ,J.Iot.,, ..

Independence. C. Prince. accepted for the ensuing year. 53.4 miles an hour eta.. "'."'''1 ''nld'''
t anent producer! must submit to -1 '
:T. :T pP.. .? J 10..1..10. d .
: Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Wallace' returned Mrs. Jessie' Man Spatkma.ii, of the County) Agent's office a cei tlf- Pun 0 fuw'1 ale Nat;. ,

J fI, home Friday from a vacation Waldo was the guest of her mother -- -- ---- -- Helps Babies Rest I.klna. I

with Mr. Wallace's' family In :Mrs C. !M. Dennison, this week is visiting her son-in-law and Ends Colic Pains
.A peopleho "JlTc'
Paducah and Louisville, Ky. Mr. daughter, Mr and Mrs. Ralph

Wallace's brother, J. II Dunn, returned BETHEL.Mrs. Gainey, for a few days. Aids Digestion from heurlarlics, n

r f with them for IIn extended Ralph OalniM, CorrespondentMr. Miss Ruth Morrell of BoaUIruin "II'' .n your baby !<>.... about, crl.. In this way to quick] rc'i',
pain end cannot doy! why not t.t at ilw
visit. section was visiting: Mrs. Ralph cam. with McG.'. Baby Elixir. It nauerat- At the first: sign/: ..'

Mis. M. M. Kite of Johnston City and Mrs. Ralph Gainey and l Gainey Wednesday. i... direction .rid. nda (.. cramp and take two Bayer \
: R. E. colic t>mt,. and .h.n balpa .h.... hacom
t JEFFCOAT, Assistant Manager Tenn., is visiting: her son and children, and Mrs. G. W Harrell of Mrs Wilbur Willard and baby rhffut, ....in. Thy alarp' _eo. M.O.'. with a half glass il/

94"1' 'I j 1'. O. Kox 225 Lake City. Florida" daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Luke City were dinner guests Sunday daughter of Jacksonville were vis Baby Elixir; i. mad .f ... purait madictnal times if the pain .
and syrup It cannot harm. y....
HOME OFFICE JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA Robert Kite Mrs. Kite made the of Eugene Griffis and family. lUng her mother-in-law Mrs C.: C. of u.. baa proven that. Simpla direction !severe one more tall

trip from her home to the Farm Mrs. G. W. Harrell of Lake City Norton, last week-end. tall iartly hew to tit* it. Taitaa good. Glen !sury later, according I iiIf ,
relief promptly. Two .i.i ... S3c, oOc. (adv)

,I C.XItFKNTEK'S. The Real: Store I headaches keep "

trlgfli 1 (OTHER I> STOKES we udvise you (II o snphysicijn. ,

"THE" I HeI ill II" ''a' 'ale

Does Bladder:}regularity cause in order to rorro ,d I

; EVENT f.KT: err
STORE ':L. .
Make thin 23a;; .
.. ,/ tent. If not pleased '>-..
In fmir ilayH *r.n haclc and get your
OF. WIDE !I'. 25c.>> Kliifh the kidneys all you would :..
....i'F ; 'the bowels.. 1 110'11.l l| ..a I III'" rUminate. .
Six TSiJ'1' pntKonoti, want nnil' KPenH nc-liln \
which con L:stow |Ilia $ ,
......., niav, result' lti get tins. u. nlffliu that 1 15c FOR 13 /
Hrnnfv flow, f'quent, | den Ire un.f I TABLETS err

nIl Unrnlntr.and 6 flat] ; rbi: '::'..I J'I Into Junlpfr little *

1 :t' SILK NOW-BEFORE WINTER ACTUALLY GETS HERE, IS THE TIME TO GET tr. nny green, Tlu.h*'u tablet jxujl eglA) T/nfnlly Drug Just" Store.nay at rnipeitLer'K FluKcts. virtually 1 cent a tablet)



AGES CLOTHES BOUGHT AT ALEXANDER'S. YOU'LL ENJOY A SHOPPING TOUR :My :Many Vrar. Erlei; | :Make It I'OHslblo for. :Mi, to Ki'inlrrEI'FU :

1 IKNT: I'KOMI'T! : ,mill. TOlTlTKOrs KH\!! : I H H:


'j Nothing :\1111..... DeWITT C. JONES:

? { HUNTING BOOTS StarkP, Florida

t r Ail Older Woman SHOES 5i? .....--

I' r' ii Look Younger / THATEAR LIKE IRONJ,1' \If"011 ('OI >Tv -
I Ii
1 Nor A Young ; _AM MAKE IT .\

if 1 lla y1 W o m sal Look \ ;4i' I'LKASrRK: TO WALK I'V thn Tux Collector,
r i diiplicnte' nf which i ) hove been rll I ,. Fmanly
{ COMBINATIONS Iii'lur.' for the period, beMrinnlnir on the first, day of 0>ih" R r
:More* retchingThan / $3.50 to $7.50 1460 iml> ,..11111\ on the' 31Ht Any of October.' A. 11. 1917.:

r' a l Nn-'fu: Vthnnt ilmnd-il Purpose 1".1..1. ; "
i t"e .\ Flattering (iABERDINESSLEDKS I Albert
: c vlnolnir Hirtmnn' Cnf" 10- -34 1n--.17
2 : Ili> .
' I rinlnir InVhte rill nlrx 11I.Ian 10- -17:
/ X e w !Silk a Shell' IVtrii Coi'p.'loo, 011 ""II"-J'H, In. .34:\ in37
4 The
i Amer. Oil
t Cn.1'hne Oil 1 lllr* 10.( -3H 10- -37
Dre,". Ii nterHttita'' Plnplny. III.'. ItillliourdM: III.I. II 10-1.( 1
r $1.95 II sini-ke: Corn Coin, 'Hot Co. H"I.Vk.. 10. -ui: Hi37 U
$1.69 to $3.25to 7 1D I Wood. T.unrh Shoo 10.I.all in- -.17 ''
N tiiiir iirrininir. whHH cm DM'*' in. --inmi 10- .!7 '
9 Fill Pow At l.lltht Co Klen:. Hiimpton, 10-1.14: 10.37 'I, '
FILLING THE NEEDS 10 I Fla, I'nw lit l.lltht Ho, ,Klec:, nll.nw..y lo.l.all 10- -17 0
THEM: FKOMWK $4.95 11 II/ C "',,11. Aid : :N. Y. Ufe In.. Co. In.l.al1111.:11: '
--- OF THE :MAN WHO 12 Mr l,'H Kntlirrlnen + HAVK IJ: ItnnK) of !Stitrke. hanker* '
1A I -1.14" 10.37:
If ",,,'ker
LABORS of Flu Inc. irmiionril lo-i-i4: \ HI-
I+ro SiililhPrn" Hell Tel) X Tel I'u 'l 1'. 1 I... in.1-34: \ 10-I.a7
"I .J. W,
Brownlep. I'entNt' IR
10.1 -as; 10. -17
I '17 I'rvnnt'K: Cafe, Cnfe
1 HII..IIIiiilnit 1 10- .37 d
sir 1 IN ..r.n""w",
Jr. M.irnere : 10- .17: '
$2.95 $3.95 $4.95 14" TiH'oile" Chevrolet Co. fan -Mill
rnge IO-t-34 10- -37 1I
p ar FOR MEN 2n Court lion*,* r.iinch. Cafe 111-1-14: In.l7' : I
21 StnrltP' lie
Coinpnliv." Ion Fnctorv' 10-1-34: 10- -17
NOFADEStUHOULE 22 John & WalnwrlKhlnrt : Amerlcnn Home
Fire Ai..*imince "'it. in-l-.lfl 10-1-37 itfH
', 2a Jiihiin. & Walnwrlirht'' ,\...American:
A Good BAG Should Be lUNiminee. Co. 10.1..T4 10-1-37
24 John* & Wnhiwrlffht'' Aifti. Cotnmerrlal
FRIENDLY union Afurrtnre Cn 10-1-34 10-1-37
i $ HIRTS I 25 .luhn & 'V91nwright.lat. : : Flremnna Fund l
: Indemnity 10-1-3A 10-1-37 IPA
211 .lnhnM 1 tf WnliMvrlKht: ; Attt. : SInii.laril a
AS VI ELL AS FIVES $1.59 and $1.95 Ai-rldent In* I',. In.I3110137\ 7
27 ..l.rhll. Sr Wlllnwrllfht, AKi. Ill,If
Life lux CoHenrv In.I-311 1037 srr
( $5 2M R.: OrlfflM, flare ge in-'-14 10.17 a R'n
r' Buy Now To Last 29 Stnnilinil, Oil Co., Whxe Oil |1r|. .. fe.I-10 '10. -37 !: 1r ,
t Enough
All Winter ao .
\\K Itllc: Thenlre, Plrlnre, ,Show 1014 10.1-17 1,
al If. C. "'1111. A HAVELOVKLY If "'. ''''011. AII'll: Aetnn Tn* Co 10- -34 10- .37inl36 R12 R//
33 H C'. Wall Ant': Anu-r Riiultnhld:
M,. AnHiirnnpe Co.W. 10-1-37 1d
i I 34 C. Wall Act: N. W. Fire &:
WEAKLONUElt Marine Ins Co. 10.1-36 101.37
ONES 3li H. t' \\1111. Agtl: Hartford Fire Tn (n 10.1.311 111.1-31 II
::16 "p. '\'all. Age. : 1",1,111)' lit (UUDI'II"Iy ,
.OOK Flra 1'1'. 10.1 .10 10-1.\7:\ r
37 IL ('. \\011, Ash n"lllIh InH 'n. 10.I.aol ''o.l.n)
LUMBERJACKETS all H. p. Wall. A..II. : Hrent Alii" I". Co 10-1.\1\:\ \ ,n-I.37 1R
a9 H. C. 1VnIi Agt. : Fldnlily'' & Cuts Co 1I'.I.aa' 10-I.a7 91.
4n If C. 'all .\KII :alarylnnd, ,'",. ('". 10.1/ .14 In-I.17 1,1
I AS LOW AS $1.00 IKKL: : MOICE: COMFORTABLE: 41 H. CVnll. A"I: I'.Ii. 'hi lit Iltmr ,'o 111.1-:101: In.I..7:. r1.,
BOYS WOOLMELTON 42 It t'. Wal) A"I : "Central. Sur hl. 1"0. 10.I.all 10-1.\7) :\ ,
MEN'S WOOLMELTON 4a H. t'. W..II.. Altl: "'Ir..n,,",'. F'I In. ('0 10-1.34 10-1.:17:: q
--- H H..I".r. Motor: I'o. lIaroK" 10-1.\a:\ 111-1.:17: I
U It. 1-1. WII ,lIn. '''h"I."I.Ip'hnnt:'
1.12-:17: 10-i -17
l\f-GOLO'STRIPE !f \ 4n H.trnp'\'lnH"n Plover,. Tent Shrew 1.211-a7 1 1.2n.37 p

$1.95 Up 47 Three Friend. Hach.' Shop. nllrh Shop I O-I.an 10.1,37 q
411 Earl:
$2.95 Up Conk & Sons, \VhHol. :l1..rrhan In.I.311 141-1.37
I' HOSE Light Warm, 49 Idmky ,Strike tlra... I 10 eonresulnna 2.2n.l7: '41-1.:17: ( '.11.,
FinrWn honk at Starke ;
flanker i
Flexible, Smart Q If Economy I.. 1 lneky' Strlkr Attrar., 1: 'ennce..inn. 2.iitg 10.1.37 10.1.17 1: SD

1 FOR You net The :Main Thing, r.2 IL C. "1'1111. "1gt' Tine Flra his Cn In-I.l: In-I.:17:
> p FOR THE CHILDREN Everything& In Then Here's The 54>53>: 1..II'H B"\lIIY' "hop".., Beauty I'nrlnr 10-I.Sa 10-1.:17: I.' I1.
.1..h'H'' & "In\\'rl..hl. \.t. I.
Tray Fir In Co 4,1.37;; 10.1.
I 1' 1 A Wool JlU'kf'tLI.. SIZES Jiu-ket For You. H .I..hn.. IV Wnlnw'locht.11"1, : 'rrItHlur..
/ LADY Firn" Iii, t'". 4.15.17>> : 10-1 .37 rR,

'HO CAKES a9 55 r. r.m C C.: Jnnrs Zone,. 'n F.mhalm.r,', Cndertaker :10.1.3:::: :10.1.17 10.1.37: I''f!; in)0in

r.7 JI. C. '\,11. \.1 : Hanover .Fir Ins ro" :Jr.-l7: In-l-a7 .9
THEY NEED .. a4 nrauge' IIlnHH..n (
Cnfe Cafe !10.1.3 10-1.:17: 11:
n 'rrmple I I.nnrh llnnm, Cape 4.10.37 In-1.37 "
1 i ks THE BEST 110 Naar H Carlton I Peddler. 5.2.37 10.1.37: e vII 1 i0 t
61 I W. 1.1. :llhloll".on. Ph""I"'an 141-1-:111: 111-1-:11:; '
/ NO I'SE TOUNLESS IHtESS THAVE 112 1o\: : '. Colnman .ftlI..r a-1G-37 In.l-n. Wai! yep
HAT 41 1..H"r'l' e". Ah"II'I\C't ("".. Ab.lrnc. lo.l .3a: \ 10-1.37 I "-a-
1 \LI. FOR 10IT A NEW 6Floy" Or..,. l.nwyer 10.1-at: 10-I-S':: [ 11.
63V. B. Park, Physician 10.1.36 10-1-3. 1000
( II 1 I.: h':. RRI /
t. T'p.-ryman. l.awynr )0.1.:17: '
THE !SCHOOL ::1 S, \P. Npsrk r ,, Hnrbnr, Shop 10.1.15 19.1.37 10.11"v till
t Wllvnn; IC. alty I'll Heal' Rtar" It.llkl'r 10.1.35 10.1:: : ::17 "
i : u oIF.W 98c to $5.00n 119 I I"'. I' .llIn"\\'n"'h.. Real Rat: tWlllc ID-I.I: 1 10-1.37 II III I lrl
70 W. O. .
Pander. Lunch Boom 10.1.36 10.1.:17: ,
N z ( ('OIARq 71 If V. Knight: I.sayrr 10-I-a7 I' "
Ji 111.1.\.1 1 :\ '' u1
I o > : :MATTER HOW HARD YOU ARE TO 73 'O. E. Knlllh. T.II\\'PI' 10.1.101 1 10.I.a7 :g'
7I1I..nollll:\ : ,
a t'afn {'nfe 141.1.:101: 111-1.81 IC

l w' I'LKASH: ON _\PI.t .\R.\N'E OK PRICEi 7'71' t''I'. .r.Frank"nv,Landrunb Physician T.\.r. 111-1.:111 4-1.\7::\ 10.1.37 10-1-:17: '

711 1I'p. 11'0. Ph..I..r."h..r" ,
J w EVERYSIZE; US HAVE THE HAT FOR YOU. 77 S M II ...rlll...... PhvIoian 111.1.a,1 In.I.l1I: lo.l.a7 In-I,11 M

? '7M JII" P1.. Wllnua.. _\"il t .11. Sur & Ins Cn 8-1.37 10-1,37 ;
It I'' - -- -- -- ao .Ins' R.: Wllauu, \.1 : Fhl..llly 8 Cee Co 5-1 .17 In-I.37: ,nI I
Jna r:. W'llonctt Fad I & 1iinrCo R.I.17 1 10.1.37 ;+
51 I Joe t:. Wilson, .'It": !tuvlIl Ina Co 1\.I.a7\ 1 10.1.37
1\2\ .1..... 1 g. \S'tisun. AII'I : Aetna; "u 1"0 N-I.n 10-I-a7
Na .1",. PL: '\'I1."n. .\..": S. Y. Fire In" I"" 1\.1.31\ 10.I.S7 I
N4 .rllHoJ] {Vllnun. .\gI. : S. \". 1.1f. I... e" R.I-n 10-1.67 w'
98c to $2.25 55 II I. Stomas., I'.nll.t' 10.I.all 10-1-:1: 'III !
sA Sl9rcua fo' Hrll\\'l1. Lawyer 10.1.16 In.I,37
R7 It,'rl ''""' io-J-37
'TABt : oul 1.1f. In. fa 10-1-34
I aii II: T. :Hull' t.,1., tvnln.ulur Life 'll'I
0:51: : I Inurnoe, ; HI.1.94 10.(-17 t4
: 81 Smrke Dry cienntr, I>rv (Cleaner .1-14 10-1-37
no (C', A. Ftitfh HealKtntn Hroker 4-1-37 10-1-37
( ;, I 1 UI'S (JET; THE BES.T: / 01 *. ,Sapp. Asf; I'nlted Life In.. 10-1-34 10-1..17 a
( and P2 JV. A. Ke*.nnt, Jr.. Tool I loom 10-1-34 10-1-37 ift
s WI tnrre
Funeral Home, fn.lertaken! 10-1-34 10-1-37, I
I !U4 Stern' Dnrafre rjnraee lo-l-3 10-I.aT
1 1.00 \\IIE.V: 101. lily 0tH >HOE' We, E. K. Ferryman. County Jniltte.' And C. A. KnlB-ht. Ta"
Pr. said County, Jo certify that the foregoing rorreet.
I1 Olven) under oar hnnd anti Official Seal ..( County. Jiitl. .
I I nf (Ji Inker A. .U. 1:1!>J*.

E. K. PERltYIIoTAN. County JullI'l.
C. A. KNIUllT, Taz ColUctur.HE : .




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-IOilS0 TRIALS END 205 ApplicationsAwait oats! Most of "the gang' of these of "do as you please" which started I invroKic SKELETONS: ; I, KOO-K\KI.T: T1KNS: IMW ;N ,f

BARTOW The second of the supposedly decent American citizens In the school room when the VENICE Three skeletons which JACKSONVILLE- Works Progress

ImP'' nugglng trials' ended in a Action Here BOB JONES "old gang" were high school boys may be the mortal remains of Administrator. It. J. Dill announced -

:rccted verdict of acquittal and I were above middle age. Talk and girls? Can It be that men and Inng.d 'all Spanish explorers were I President Roosevelt had
went free of a During the week ending October\ about young people' I never In all disapproved a ti continue \
dl'f<'llllant8. ; I Comments On Here women are getting drunk to drown uncovered in a marsh near hel'e.F'our proptmiil '
1-go "f slaying l Joseph E. Shoe111fk 9 three. pC'I'S'' ns al'plled' fur old age my travels saw any young people'sparty IL ci nsclence which was given: to crumbling metal, hoops, frngments operation\ of the Vwcnl oirtl Education .
the three victims i .isrlst.inre; In Cnrlfoid I Ami Hereafter I HS rough oDd vile 'ns the School at Roosevelt
e i >ne of County according Ii thcr.i by their parents who believed of decayed wood and several Camp ,
f other two indictments in the to figures' made public here i party. participated In by "the old tiiut: right was light and wrong I'u"tf'dI'lullr<" spikes were found near! Ocala. Dill sniil the President '
.he i discharged at the I from the office of Clayton C. CoJ- crowd" last night I am more con felt expenditures on the -
were openTor This is being written In my room vva'i, wrong? Can It be that human with the skeletons The spikes. It project
the trial October" B, when Ington, Commissioner! for. the In of the vlnced than ever that the trouble (depravity, which modernism! says was said<1, were of the type used were ton high in proportion" to
S(.tc moved to dismiss! them. Stute Welfare Bcmr-d. The calculations one leading hotels of one In America Is not with the young does not exist, has driven the world when Spanish galleons Bailed the the amount of relief given The i
''IC ... I were made by..1 of our large American cities. Usu- people It Is with the old folks school has been operated jointly by
Kspinosa, I insane ? Whatever it is, let us remember const of the New World. ,
rUt U7.\ItU CAl"rl.It1'n'rowl' : statistician for the lioard. nlly I am a good sleeper. That explains talnty which Is gathering over the judgment I not prosperity) ? _., the Works Progress Admlnlwtra
,( MYERS- -The" "hurricunc I This brought thp number of applications why I am able to keep goingundl'r What has gone wrong ? Can It in just around the corner. God Is lion and the Extension Division of

which once bobbed up and I in proress' or awaiting the strain of the many responsibilities bi- that the cloud of war and UnC 'r- waiting with a thunderbolt of THEATER: SI KMOAINESVILLK the University' of Florida., I>ill said

lagl'Iwppeared n l for two years, has InveHtlgatlon for the county to 205. I am trying to carry. earth has anything to do with this wrath in His hand. What He did A suit asking> the cost had been about $10OOO .1
en Of i But last night I slept very little. orgy of old-age dissipation ? 'an $1,000 damages was filed in CircuitCourt a month.
..tptuieJ and is on display In these Heventy-s 'vl'n were ready for Rome He will do for America.He .
't'n ( The reason ? There was a big It be against Sparks Theaters, .. .
party that the feeling that the I
here. It Is n. Great Igu.flA. for. district: |lv !1'flik In the hotel.! A big conventionIs Inc.. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dor- .
I years are passing and whatever by: TAMPA Frank J. Ryan, FlorIda -
hunted lizard which first already receiving old age as- u good beginning. America did
much l on Fort Myers Beach sistance from, the county at the end on. People are here from( almost fling old age Is going to have it ,. man on grounds the woman's name :'I oil man, was free on bond! on a
sighted, -- tri
\. by Lewis Reynolds of September was given us 176. every state. Last night they (to must: have quickly has driven men had been called for a $500 bank state charge of selling nocurltles in

,,? v>ars ago, following: the Labor Total implications pending from use their expression! ) "pulled" n and women into this fury of wild At the beginning of 1U30, England night prlxe: which the. manager rcfuwil Clay County, Fla., which had not
; Ala.
f ll1la. the announced big pal.ty.Vhlllk'y, mrinlc. dancing sensuality? Can it be the fruitionof was supplying school milk to to give when she appliedfor been registered with the state securities
in the Florida Keys. state-at-large was I
,,'av IIUI rlCllne for yelling, rough-necking, wild the false. education philosophy 2.500,000 children. It, commission.
us 26,054 the week, of which

)IOi.IS TWO GOATSOKSONVILLB 2,785 were ready for district hoard -- -

: Mrs. J. F.viciiols action. The pending applications,
j \ : I '
stood forth as the first added to the 14,337: receiving old 4 -
into effect the new age assistance at end of September .-
e'II' <)n 10 put
no fine'c.* law which permits anyLU4't !I brought the potential case load TURNING BACK YEARS AGO

,, io Impound straying live- for the commonwealth to 40,411

tick, She was holding two gouts.iierifl A survey made by the former
if the I State Hoard of Social Welfare incooperation
Sweat suid own- I ,
rrioc-n't claim them and pay the with the WPA had estimated -
fee within two weekse I I the number of aged in
piHiiKHnir e \\ sell the animals at public I IlrlloO I Florida eligible for assistance as PAGES OF TIME AND GREET OUR I I _ (GET MEASURED: : FOIi Tilt SMARTEST:

I -
( IKVMV(1: : ( IT C'OMl'LKTFUJMKSONVILLK : Boy Scout Notes
I .
Mil l 'finished the Job" of clos"g -

gambling houses in Jackson- The following eight boys passedthe YEARS OF BUSINESS- IN STARKK. IT IRS: AND FIND THAT IT I KKKPd: : UH
tenderfoot tent at the Scout -
,Uu Their statement followed aneWa
: meeting hist Friday night: Leonard .-
) <'f their raids on gambling HAS BEEN A PLEASURE BUSY SUPPLYING OUR
laces yesterday when twelve : Smith; Buddy Davis, Enos ..

I Of- Hayes, Freemnn Register, Jr., Arch
leers ore visited reported by flyingsquads.they had seized ; Thomas, Jr., Sonny Haynes, William EACH NEW GENERATION AND WE WITH THE: VERY: BEST::: AND FRESHEST

Baker, and Tracy Baker.
equipment in the dozen
rambling laces visited cut telephone wires I The following assistant patrol \HOPE YOU WILL CONTINUE TO AL. '. THINGS TO EAT. WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS -
; -
I leaders were elected: Buddy Davis, :: --- -
to "close and
nd told operators up (
slay closed." Wolf Patrol; Leonard Smith, Eagle LOW US TO DO SO FOR MANY YEARS -:1 J FOUND OUT IN TilE OLD __
Patrol; Freeman Register, Jr., Fox
Patrol. The Beaver Patrol elected
Robert Ford as Its new leader. The

TALLAHASSEE O o v e rnor name of the Eagle Patrol was \\'to take pleunurn In prenenllnjf to you on the right anti ,..rt. Iwo of the faithful few THEIR
week "there will nothe HAVE CHILDREN-THAT
said WHEN
cone changed to the Owl Patrol. WHERE TO to whom must boo largely credited the steady up-building of !Starke. Ruitlm, >nm>(t come ITCOMES

un extra session" of the Florida Dr.. 1\(. B. Herlong was presentat und bunlnetiiie go. tome last orilj' u fe\\ >""r.. und do prurtleiilly nothing for the permanent .
Legsl"ture.! Speaking emphaticily. the meeting and stated he was COME WHEN THEY WANT QUALITY welfare of is conuuuinhty. If It were not for the few Mho open their doom TO ANYTHING IN THE' LINK

In reply to questions at a glad to serve as Merit Badge Coun and "stick It out" no matter what ndtenltlen und CHliiniltlen. they may suffer, no

press conference, the Governor sellor for First' 'Aid, and Public CLOTHING town roulil grow und pro"pt'r..tarke! o\ve u Mg debt to the btiNlne I ""e" represented OF EATING, YOU CAN'T BEAT
add-d: "There Is no necessity for Health. on thla page. They ale the one who ennie here, Haw the pomlbllltleH of milking a

the Legislature to meet, and I am town and refnwd to give up In-lore their goal had lieeir reali/ed. The debt we owe
The three leaders Instructed
91 going to call the members patrol were to them should be rerognlied: l h> e\er>one and we should do whiit we eun to hulld
talk to bring a new member to them now un they hue: built our town In the punt. If >im are new In the community
back. There always some
the meeting Friday night. und do not know these place, get ueiii.ilnted| with them mm. The}. lime u rich
bout eLrs but It its I've just heard talk.It" for. forty .. ..- ._ J. M., ALVAREZ tradition: : Indeed. A. M. DARBY'S STORE

... XtTI'IU'E'tOTIS": ; ; STILL

rg inns ton, state welfare commlssioner -
A new turpentine still for farmers -
said an of Dade
analysis in the "naval stores" belt" has
County( (I Miami I old age assistance I
of the
I been developed by chemists
,JcclrdH showed 149 of those re- I OLD IN NAME
LT. S. Department of Agriculture.says J: ,
.ioiving checks \\eie natives! of I of CONGRATULATIONSTo
Dr. Wilmon Newell dean
'Ceorgia; 77 were New Yorkers, 671
the Unvlersity of Florida Collegeof I .
were from Ohio and Florida und I ji
Agriculture. Many Important
PennsjIvanla were. next with 6111dCtL
Improvements for turpentine -
A must have been a
prison The
worked out In recent years
wulrnt of the state for five -
years which
are Included in the still may
h'ore! becoming; eligible for old .
be seen at the Naval Stores Station
'< 'C assistance. i \
01 ustl'e Florida. -
at ,
... I J
\\ IU"'Iu-n IIVIJITxJCEW Two especially Important Improvements Although the name of Sis- 47' BRADFORD TELEGRAPH
In the new still are a \ '1
: YORK In Florida whls-, carefully ,designed setting for. the I trunk has: been associated: ,

kei jiow neatly twice HS fast in'I I kettle, and ;a special I dehydrator with the best interests: of .t ,, 'j

Summ thnn in Winter. The FlorI taking water out of the fOI'1 :Starke:; and Bradford County On Your Birthday

0'' /mce today in science' : as Paul' ai'ato&' for separating most of the comparatively] young in the \

F..I i nand Mary WilRht Eaton of. water. from the freshly distilled feed and seed business. I\ I--,

liL-k-vtville. indicate whiskers turpentine. But In addition, it hasa I However, we appreciate the'h 11 you come to the TKI.KGUAl'H'S; ) [ I
pl. iDly do the slime everywhere for .drawing out additional -
':f< ui liie United States. In ,Jack- ; dehydrator water The deliydrntor is I, excellent: patronage that has: ] '_ m parly be sure and stop' in at your Gc to
'I I It : 1.00tOI'l'( ::; S
where whiskers records 'merely a barrel 1 of rock saltthrough I been given us since opening .

.1 kt-pt for one entire year its I which the fresh turpentineIs I our place in the Green build.'c are just literally teeming with fbi'chalitlise

f.<> pohnible to discover> the l.tet run bcfuie It is stored In b:..rI -,' ing and we hope that it will that you need every day und

t or yero weather because: the I I reU or cans for. the nvuketOrdinarily. : I Ii continue until we can be ranked ') :3m. ('"et f ( of course our prices und servicevill

.In\, i 0 i avciage temperature wits i fays l>r. Newell, turpentine I as one of the oldest! .. 1.ll'a-. : ( you.
contains sufficient water busi'A
.. nesses here.SISTRUNK'S. c ,
-- I to dissolve the glue from glued 'L1
Ii\ .. LAWS INVALID : barrels and to cause tin cans to .

TALLAHASSEE Circuit JudgeJ ust., But turpentine coming from 't .: ., ri 4
B. Johnson held three counties' the new still i Is so free. from water

-peci.il gasoline tax laws Invalid I that It will not leuk out of properly I I VAN H. PRIEST CO.
a '1 .fused to dismiss an attack glued barrels nor get rusty when

"i a fomth He made injunctions stored. in tin cans. I I SEED STORE .
for the
permanent against J payment of Theimproved setting

coney> under terms of ppocial acts i kettle Is expected to be far more ---irs
Ijtnif to Orange. St. Lucie urull l lasting tlmn the usual setting I I :
.inta! Rosa Ccmnties. There was I which has to be renewed every' We're Here To
Stay Watch Us Grow!
|io on It..t. He denied a petition : year or two. It H considered far .

1' lifmiss an Injunction restrain- lens likely to settle, spring 1 leaksIn !

nl' f 'imptrollcr J. M. Lee from I the kettle and cause fires. :

c. I;;; money claimed by Dade I Beciuse the fire rl"k, Is less, insurance I II I

: i. under terms of a 1M7: leg- I rates/ are cheaper The retting ; '>f 1.0.UP reflectill I tteilly: I: nji-.iie the 141,1| lui .1 ness hollies' hut ,

HCt H designed to (five more even irrhtliiif I h"II'r".111I) t hIs l Sixtieth .\tuilsertiiry, Kd'tlnn: of the 1 eteunpli.il : : ONE OF THE YOUNGEST
.-- -- hcut end better grade if rosin., > we Hie jmnnjiT" l>u_lne..4 'I.I.-f..J our lriimi-tiit; IIHI| >, IIITMIISI- !

1.\1 ItlillXti: ) : ('OMIM.KIKUMI : : to pic-vent fire In the firebox' from t Mii.lnnew|. I Imul I and ne\\ I leii: to keep a ennnin i nil i ) 1II..r'hlllle> act .

Ml BrMRinjf: ..f the :CO-mile) I going higher than the level of the II III to'tfiiril Unit,, iilMtiiule, 1(0101! or |'in-perlt.v an I |irngre/ >.'. th"t1' nil hope

highway gap: between gum, rind burning hules In the kettle -I Thatn have \been ill Starke; ftmt.iVI. to u 'hU: >\(.. Ia'rin": IIUe. to oee a ,',.v InrMlnev" house i-otne I may: be one of the yotiligbug )
Uatecumbe and scorching the gum. :
and :
Hog Key
I Into tlie 'It"uuII1t, IH Miriiiil.ili'iir. l><>fh imirul!) ami |)li>slill; >, fort I I'e )
>mpleteil by Dec. 15 Chair- t'etuded specifications! for the enough: to I be counted as businesses: i in Starke, but
AarJ Wilson\ of the construction of any p.nt of the new I I'r'nis tint ritl/.iilii I! I >ii tint other |'>|hIm'l are ''f."t.'III.lIIJ; ; our Heetlnn usA .

II '"* toll bridge. cummis-O'CI'anti ntill: are available Stout the U H.I I one of her) "old, establishedIndustrie H-rlti1,,!,/li> pl.ic-e to I11",1; make" n lit Ing.. Ho while we mire |mum.> lag pe-' }hundreds) of folks have already -

it I today. It will eliminate Department of Agriculture In I II *." However, when cliil hniii.il: thin: iteik to the founders of St ''rl..' und Itriulrord Count,*, let had time to find out

wo ferry crossings' on the I Washington, D. C' I irs rca'",, her nN.t. the! tiemu t'oiprs..th....,. t'*ut hoot I.. entrusted the lin-. _
l we are reminded 1 t that some of that WI' have e\erything in
I moctlnjj/ Key West with the I : {/ortiint dirty of currjIaK on th I line traditions;, that the rarl> ,settlers _ _
br.0111 a malnl<1nJ, \VIUon said (:' IrTN FOK I'VMMi I the old-timers have I been here! 1"1):; the automobile equipment line _
1 Cotton as a
lif,, of the other gap over TALLAHASSEE
"tlcn traffic now Is ferried, the 12 1 reinforcing material for road pav fifty and sixty year, we at the very lowest prices.

1 m.lts">& 'between) Hog Key nnd No ling will be used in Florida for the H. realize that we are still a Our Davis DeLuxe Tires are a _
lI1e Key. would be completed by time near Port St. Joe J.

I'e pn "f the coming f tourist sea- I. Dowlmg. chief highway engineer, I young industry. But! what we big hit because they carry anunconditional
n. J40.000 contract for resurfacing -. BEGINNING A NEW ERA
said. A
lack in years we hope to makeup 18 month'sguarantee !
... ----. Rad Six for. seventCeflmiles
( trltt.s FKEIOIIT ('"T between Wewuhitchka and I by helping to build Starke on all passenger
LAI,: I been awarded to
di> 't nLAXD--An emergency ref Port St. Pen- and Bradford County in the We sln-erel. > hnpe. that uluit has lieen started this >ejr In :a small wanlil ) ('nr:4.I .
Engineering Company
Pucitri-!? twelve cents m a 100 I Smith Is under. ll lie the heglnnlrtf: of a new era of Semi Island cotton urouliiic In Hriidtord .
In freight' rates on Floridaiiprnem sacoUi. Work already future ,
'' Cotton fabric, such as usedin County.Wf
nts to Western trunk way.
Iin t e t. -rtory hall bepn approved hy ; road paving experiments in Texas tu bib to lmprrH.4 upon growers here the linportunee of ,putronl/lni WESTERN _

tate Commerce CommlsrelueHt -I! und North Carolina will be employed MILL' their brat; Kin us only II>>' the support, of our own Industries. euri orircommunity ASSOCIATE
the I Dowling said on about STAVE
l fi of the railroad.Oil. ), prosper us It xhoulj.
[ 15 the Florida Cit- four and one-half miles of the re- .
I The materialwan STORE
k, 1rnll1 ion WHS advised today turfacing project. IF 101' AUK: A iOTlO.V ( llO\% El: !. UK: INMIK; VOI' TO Rf.l; 'OMI:
'" Orowers furnished Florida. without cost \V. P. SMITH: Prop.
| jMi Or'anfo.' and The Shippers reducedthe I by the Federal Government. .\ MKMItKK: ; W THE j H. J, DAVIS. 31r.193T .

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same as! that granted. -- .
'<'n, Sal- For centuries It was believed
will expire on July .
j,(Ce, yedr' It applies on ship.t that the Mississippi alligator was but : Bradford County Cooperative Ass'n.
t h<) Much, markets as Minne- the only species In edstence,

... .'.t.I De" Molnes, Omaha and In 1S70 another! was discovered In ,
"" flVer. China.

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1 a has proved how far turing them, and some of these even now inns
its close af'
f YBradford >O1ICI! OP IMM.IC VI'IO' n. Z. :SIATIHKWS DiEs Ing '111'' '""
County TelegraphEstablished von T i\; I>KKIHrnntv : > B. Z. Matthews, 66 died at his off they were, with every highwayin plants working aa high as 2,000tmployees. sanJs., thin>'\
( Hill Vn. 111:11'nTTrF )
; is 1 IIIIIIIY" : 1111'ThRt:: home In Lake Butler Tuesday night the land literally cluttered withthem. States that cater to It merely ROP)' '",,
I 1877AAEAVBER. I .1 W "I'reviit-t. linl..lr (.r Tux iVrllfl* lifter an Illness. of several weeks. tourists. are spending large sumsin when the Arrun rl' tl
picture ?
rate \o 429. IHMIIIXI, the 2 ml luv of Like the moving ""Olt
July, A l lI 1iH.: has fllcil' anon' In I He{ was born In Providence In what and the radio, both of which werepronounced building parks, or camp Bites In something they; I.\' ""' ','
a ai = =7 1 lilY of fire and hai tnii. for n tax .h..1 to 1 I" IHMIIIHI' I thiTcnnHlllil
.; :LORILV\PRESS [ \ I t'rt'plea"I to fill brarl' the fcilI'.wfnir "- lived In Lake Butler mont of his the trailer Is not onlyhete ; ut least two nationalmllgn.zlncs and soon miiki. t r
,+' V editor
time he nerved as in Cocoa
1 life. At one being published i
ASSOCIATIONyV destined are
i but seemingly
I 1 i'on n ty of JlnKlfi.nl.i Mint <>f 1'lnrlila to stay
I V I j / ln-wlt of the Union County Times. to become a great Indus!ry. In the Interest of trailer owners und -
:otcucvtd .'.
Corner of North "
.onI I Simtlii'nMt Wedncajay
Funeral services! were held national organisation has The Illinois ,,
I :
I \v.'Mt Quurter of SiHitlUMint QuitrlcrAt fact It has already reached gigantic ready a ""
i Second Class Klin ?oath 2KO VHTilH to }'..Inl (if afternoon at 2:30: o'clock proportions, with more than been tOI med of the owners of auto merit killed 1,10 i: (, ,11''?", ""P"winter
t Wit'kly! on Fridays and Entered as:; Ix'Klmilnir TliimnVwt 210 trot with '
rublished Vnrth 2111 reel Faust: 2111 re.'1. Month' I from the Methodist Church fifty plants engaged In manufac- 'tl'llllCI'f1 with a membership that with d.v, ,,iDO
;.j !, ; :Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida 2lu fort to beginning & 2 ArreHIMI the Rev. J. E. Skipper officiating. : ------- Ott
North slits of a 7'i' acre t tract Interment- was. in the Dckle Cemetery .
+ of lunil In Northwest ijtmrNM* w F.. L. Matthews:; __ --_.- -- ___Editor and Owner Soul head Quint Nr! SIM t Inn :I2 I under the direction- of DeWittC.
9 ship fi South. CIIIIK 2: lH t Tltwn'l I Jones.
lalnliiM' ": :.1 I Arri'N. "nmr or IHHH.Tho .
( I SUBSCRIPTION RATE HHu MHtiitnt" of thA Haiti propt'rty Is survived by
under: tin said rt'i'tlfIriil:, : IMNU-:: .I Mr. Matthews!
fit wax In Ih I IIH hum" of Jar ,\I h..t. three sons, B. Z.. William Jackson
4 Yearly, $1.50; ; Six Months.( 7oc; -Payable in Advance false HH Id rerllflrute Khali, !h. re.jdsrnled i and Joseph; one brother- E. S. Matthews -
nri-iirilliiK to law Inn |1'01'| ''
Advertising: Hates on Application arty HITllltll' tllt'l'Pltl Will 10/1 HOld l of Starke: and two sisters,
I r lo the liltfhoMt' blddur Hi llu marthauae Rlchnrde of the Florida
Mrs. A. M.
I 'J' iluoion Ibo i fl"M'n"'ay' : ( In
: ? -- th. month of lii-remltcr, l Ifla7.! which" State Farm and Mrs. D. R Ed.

gf ( 1..111(11V'IIILE: ; THE LAUGHING IS GOOD U "Iha. 'Hli this das of tiny I'e.h.of Ort. sheet IS37.Imteil wards" of Lake Worth .' YOU WANT TO liE SITCC1 I SSF(1L::,
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,,n', We hope you have as:' much fun reading this Sixtieth Anniversary ([ / A .J snvt.' TIIOMA1.': ) !' .. TITAN A FAD .

have had preparing dork of CI t'rtllt ('."".t of
ti +WBi Edition of the Telegraph as we 1 Itrailforcl" County, FIoi, Ida. Just a few yours ago when the
k it.Ve have spent weeks:' thumbing through our dusty old 111,: .&1.11.26 first auto trailers began to appear

: that fascinating but at the same time rejuireil MU'M'K, III- tPPM(-tTIO% in this section there were citizens
Nt files' a job was/
: eau 'rig: i>iin who looked them over and pro SUCCESS AND SECURITY ARE NEARLY ALWAYS
of the are now yellowed Online Hill >i>. ...In'IT"'N :
} amount care as: pages ..
( ; a great ; IS 'MlilKHY I: niVK.V.:: That nounced them just a passing fad.The t THE RESULTS OF DEFINITE PLANS. MOST SUCCESSFUL -
i 4 a and crumbly with age and would teal at the slightest: touch W S Sllili-y holder of I', of Tux CertlflmilR vacation season Just reach-
No. 074. iKNiifil 'thn. Till lay nfJnlv \ MEN AND WOMEN: BECOME SO BY MAP-
ii \Ve. were sorry when the job was over, however, as:' we ,\. H,, I t'i.111.! nan flied Santa" In
t "mv office and has innd api>llcntlnnfor PING THEIR LIVES AND THEN INDUSTRIOUSLY
to feel that we had made a lot of new friends II tux dotnl In lin |IIIM",1| thtrpf .
pr gradually came .
; t .. A
Salil' ceitItI.nte tMnl" rar M thfolloulnv CENT WORD FOLLOWING THEIR PLANS.IN .
J 1 L, rmong these: likcalle inhabitants! of Starke long ago, and although ,1"M..lhl..1! proportv. In the, i
County nf I linulfiird. state nf ("I".ldlI a
most of the names were unfamiliar, it was a real I to-wlt' ,

ft1 $' thrill to come across one occasionally:' ; and to recognize it as '1 Uuiiilcr.Hunt ,liunrrtT of Nol th i't-weat Nut-tli-Kni't ijuiirtcr: ): ', COLUMN FIND THAT AMONG THE EARLY STEPS IS THE ESTABLISHMENT
Sutton 12 X South
t rl belonging! to a person! who is: still! among us l and who has not I I nil II"'I.' 2i Kaxt": TiiwliHlilii, ciintulnliiK !10 FOR- SALE Wood for heater or OF A CORDIAL CONTACT WITH A
stove MrV. Stel'lStal'ke.
i l I-k'p- t yet outlived his usefulness l l to the community. TliiaHHHiiiiiiipnt" of the M"l Id l prop- Fla. 4t GOOD BANK.
arty" II nd.'r the nalil riMtlfloate iHHUetlIIH .
of the little items we picked out and have reproduced a In the mi mo of. Unknown AND SO FAR AS FRIENDLY, HELPFUL BANKING
borne .
L'nlfHK said rortlfU'ntp shall l 10. re.itfemtMl FOR SALE Copenhagen and
in this issue of the Telegraph will no doubt amuse you and "- rlral'I'Ibel AT"r.l llnK therein" ,tu law.will the bo IHOPrtv Hold- Charleston Wakefield Cabbage COOPERATION IS CONCERNED YOU'LL FIND THIS:

yet it is not in a spirit of ridicule that we publish them, but to the highest, bidder nt the, conrtbonne plants at $1 !per thousand. Come BANK GLAD TO HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO HELP
door on I the flrKt ;Motutuv 'In '
14t rather in a sincere effort to give a true picture of the times the the"month 61h 1iiy of I Oerpmher of TieiemlieiIHJ7., 11137, : ulilihIn get stone them' road.at Mool e's farm. Key-2t YOU IN YOUR MARCH TOWARD THE SECURITY

fifty or sixty years ago and to give a clear understanding of 1":17:Hated this 25th day of. October, WHICH IS THE GAUGE OF TRUE SUCCESS.
worries of those Worrisome lOKIWIU.' SMAI.l SALESMAN WANTED To sell
the little pleasures and days. _
A. .1. THOMAS.I'lerli !1. locally beautiful line of Christ '
i'' holes in wooden sidewalks, treacherous mud puddles, hogs in' 1 of, Clrc'iiit County:\ .,f'nitrt Klurlcl.i..ofJlmdfoid mas cards. Commission.. Applyto

4i the street, and no street lights at night might seem laughable I 10-2!"-5t'll-28 Bradford County Telegraph.FOR .

f to us: today, but it is: an easy matter to pick out a dozen I MtriCK: Of 'I'PI.H'\TIO\ RENT Furnished apart- '

i1; 9 1 features of our lives now that might seem just as funny to <11'FOR rniite TAX HIM No.RBI:IIMINIITICH : ment, private bath, large front ), FLORIDA BANK AT STAUKKDeponiU
:.; : 1 IS MKItKnV: O1VKV.:: That porch. Also furnished house two
'V our grandchildren fifty years from now. I \V. !-I. Slljlev, holder of Tax Certlfl.rate I
i .; bathe, hot water, two large screened ,
:No. H75 iHxtleil I the 71 h. day of -
So read this! issue of the Telegraph in the spirit in which ; July, A. I P. I IIK10. IIIIM riled. Mania In porches. All conveniences- Mrs. '

G 4$ k it was intended. If you have enough curiosity to stop and figure -] for my u office lax deed and. IIIIH tu be mad Issued application thernon.' S. F. Hamrick, 402 S. Walnut St. .
Maid certificate embraces. the following
E4 up the age of anyone mentioned in those:' long ago papers, dencrlnetl property In the County Up
nf Bradford., State of Florida, to- Injured By The \ \ *\ $3,004.00
j then that is your privilege and we are sure no one will be- wit:
Mouth Half of :North-Went Quarter Federal. Insurance. Corporation N :Maximum Insurance for
1 (y tall" grudge you your innocent ((1)) fun. We must say, however,! of North-Bant Quarter.-e- PLATSTo
ten 12. Tnwniihlp 8 !Mouth Range Washington, D. C. Each .
Depositor $3,00.00.SAFKTV
that if you !stoop to such trivialities you evidently have, very 22 ],:....1. rontatnlnif 20 acresmore .
or letm.The i
N ; little indeed to occupy your mind. axHexxnient of the said property Accompany LoanAppllcati.n. 'I
4i 1 1 Read it and laugh. It's turn now. The next time we I under the Raid. certificate IH-
h your cued wax In the name of J. M. Truby.L'nlexH .. *, SatisfyingKaminer DEPOSIT BONES: : FOR RENT
I'I'n said l certificate shall be redeemed
/ the be
r publish an anniversary edition laugh might on you accordinir I to law
: erty described therein I 'IIhteP Hold I l "-Ki-iulremrnt|
to the highest bidder at the courthouse
AND NOW THE SECRET IS OUT door on the firm Monday In I
the month of December. 1937.: : which, ;Made By
its In, the rtth day of December t9. 7.I I
To one who has spent many precious: moments:' every day Dated thlx 2.1th day of October, H. E. LAGERGREN

.4 in a desperate: attempt to keep up with the various:' columnists I 1917.OFFICHI( SEAL) ,STAKKE I
A. J. TJ h_.. r.I,
and what they are thinking about national and international Clerk of circuit Court, ofHiadfoid I
I I County, F'\hurl da.Ix .
affairs, it came as a great relief to hear the whole tribe denounced -2'.9t-I-2H _, -
ll as ridiculous:' by Westbrook, Pegler-one of their'I> I II .

1 a ; iY number.Just why :fir Pegler entered into this! orgy self-criti' I'' I

f i cism is a mystery, but the fact remains:' that he did-and it',' II

I was l certainly a great relief I to us. There was a time when we i I WAIT I !

ti felt the day lost:' when we went to bed without trying to digest i I

t I the involved out-pourings of Walter Lippman or the :I

i, }P, lengthy harangues of Dorothy Thompson-but no more. :Mr.Pejrlor .

a ; tells us: they are nothing more or less! than human beings I

'{4 and not the omniscient oracles they set themselves up to'' BROOKER


I 4 It has! long been a mystery; to u.s how any: one )person:; could

understand and form daily opinions on, as Mr. Pegler !says: I

IK f "economics, pig prevention the Constitution, the law, politics, I: TURPENTINECOMPANY I 0

t' ; war, history:, labor, the C. I. O. and tIle A. F. L., housing, in-

ternational"relations, birth I 'control the infield fly rule. Fascism 1 FORDDON'T

and Communism( inflation agriculture, and phrenology.'i o.f

L And now the secret is out. It simply' can't be done. 1I

In a recent column Sir. Pegler wrote: "Of all the fantastic)I I INC.

fog-shapes: that\: have risen off the swamp of confusion since
the big war, the most! 'futile and. at the same time, the most I --, .' .' t' ',.

pretentious i N l the deep-thinking, hair-trigger columnist or :; --- -+- -
_ commentator who knows all the answers< just off-hand and i
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can settle I great affairs with absolute finality three: or even I II

six days a week. I
"We include experts on the, budget who couldn't balance 1 TURPENTINEFARMING !

I f an expense account ; economic experts who can't find the 5:15:
on a suburban) time-table labor experts! who never did a lick of I I 1

work in their lives, pundits! on the mechanical age who can't ] I

put a fresh ribbon on their own typewriter and resounding authorities | ___ .. 0 1
on the problem of the farmer who never even grew !

i a geranium a )pot." I
ill on'' Gum Spirits of THIS WILL BE THE BEST FORD
In his! own particularly ruthless way :Mr. Pegler goes!

't to >shatter idol right and left and to expose clay fl'et.on every .

7 side, lie has certainly done us a great service. Of course, we TurpentineGum ; EVER BUILT. DON'T FAIL '

will probably go on taking an occasional dip into one or another I .

of the columns l. but never again will we feel that the I! RosinCompliments : TO SEE IT.Ms .

sun might fail to rise tomorrow if we fail to read Walter Dorothy w
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1 or any other one of the boys and girls! who make tat- .

tling and prattling a livelihood.

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Sometimes we really would like to believe what one of the I The Telegraph I'I'I .

i syndicated writers i is saying however. For instance, James I I .
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t' McMullin in his l"National Whirligig" column says that geologists I .
have pretty well established! the existence of substantial: -- ....----- I '

untapped! oil reserves: in Florida It 1 is reliably reported he I II I I II Worth Waiting For

says, that Rockefeller interests:' have been quietly picking up I

promising land in Hillsboro: and Pinellas Counties. Small

. operators! are also on the trail of a large oil deposit north of H. L. HOUGHPresident

( Orlando( and insiders rate it mi-rely a question of time before !

f f{;.' i 1 some of this! pros pectin; crashes:( through in a big way. I iI i J. W. ANDREWS Jr.

j'j'+ t'1'e dread to think about the possibilities! of another iI> ,

1+?, "')()"m' 'in Florida, or the hectic. and often disastrous: "rush" I

x that inevitably follows in the wake 'of oil discovery.> Rut if I STARKE FLORIDA

". 'r these things have to be\ Florida can take them in stride and I')' ,

r emerge with a great oil industry! added to her already abun- I

dant blessing.! I ,, ;!' -=. =- -" -:=- o' _


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