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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 11, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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tabUshtd 1817" "c ; we should quietly hear both fide Goethe E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner


LVM : 511T1.ONE V -V- STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1039 NUMBER FORTY-ONE

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BEGIN "';.,"$I.(",.'.,',';:.l"'ttt I,;','. .': :' : r.1< .',, How To Cool Off In 3 Easy Lessons P. 0. BIDS COUNTY NURSE

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x: If you want to sit around and 'of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson, first). Lyle Is using the method,

ORK -'..' swelter during these sultry Au-J graphically illustrates our patented in high favor with young boys of NOT ON MARKET 'WILL BERETAINED

I 1 "" aI..; gust days, then its your .own cooltng-otf process: in three tearing his shirt off and letting

: fault easy stages: the buttons fall where they may.
I ,, and don't look to ua for
NEW BUDGET t ( ( sympathy. Not when the cool First (upper right) Lyle beginsthe Second (below-SPLASH t I !II TILL DECEMBER '
waters Lyle hits the water! Of course, a I
of Lake
Kingsley nature's annoying, but necessary; task .
more graceful method can be
perfect swimming pool, lap refreshingly of disrobing. Here the individualmay -
at this of the
Meet less than six miles use his own Initiative, or adopted stage game
Commissioners from town.In stick to the particular rQutine but Lyle finds this way of plunging Building {Will Likely School Board Promises
To Plan In gets! just as wet as Be Red BrickStructure To
Today the accompanying photo- which he has been using since you any ,Continue Its
other. Then It has the advantage
too -
For 1939-40 graphs, Lyle Anderson, young son childhood (shoes first, or shirt Support
of making .,,'cb a soul-

?, annual lob of Itemizing the wr satisfying splash! Although preliminary- red tape Employment-of-a county health

ted expenditures and prob- Third (lower left)-Whoosh'\ has largely been disposed of. It Is I nurse! during the ensuing school

receipts >t Bradford County Gimme air! To get the maximum not likely that Starkeltee will begin year wnsa moot question In the

the two sides strike buying stamps at their new 'I court house
awaking r effect from that first plunge, Lyle Monday with delegations
lance will be undertaken to- x 4 t1 stays under water until his lungsare $70.000 poet office building before from various parts of the

Uy the Board of County Com- '' aae e. next spring, at the earliest I county requesting the reemployment
"ready to bust". Then he
stoners i'' II special meeting In y In answer to a recent Inquiryby I of Mrs. Clennle Illckok. It.
bobs to the surface and gasps for
courthouse i the Telegraph' the Postoffice had previously been rumored that
It air Young ladles who do not
Commisslon- in this serviced of the nurse would
other words the wish to assume such facial con Department Washington I probably
woik today on a tem- week replied that: "The construction .I be dispensed with or that a
begin tortions are advised to come to
budge'' for the fiscal year ., of this building In under the change would be made !in filling,
ry the surface sooner I
inning October 1. When final- 1\1 TOURNAMENTBEGINS jurisdiction of the Federal Works the position for another year.

hipped into shape, the tempo- I Agency which Informally advises After hearing spokesmen for

budge will be advertised for \j I that tentative drawings have been I the various groups the School

| benefit 11 the public and the I approved and it Is expected that Board, at its meeting here Monday -

manem. oudget will be adopted f ''i M r ',!+/ construction bids will go on the i I voted to continue paying $36

millage fixed at the regular NEXT WEEK arF market next December." I monthly toward the salary of the
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ling JI the commissioners on The information would indicate I'', nurse. Th delegation also appeared -

[first Monday In September. that hopes' of local Interest! that I before the Board of County -

lot,t a single! property owner ap- Tuesday Is DeadlineFor the building; would be placed under | Commissioners and requested a
Ired oefore the Board at Haulm constttictlon Home time this fall I raise In Mrs. Hlckok's salary.

meeting here Monday atih i QualifyingIn will not be fulfilled. I They were told that their request

timt ii had been advertised Matches F It la considered most likely that would be given caJ't'tulconsider-

I commissioners would hear ob- I -1 the building ,will be of red brick : anon Although not assured of

jiona "any to the assessed Tuesday has been set as the although white stone has also been i the raise it Is believed that theI

,anon >r property as fixed by deadline for qualifying In the ML V mentioned us a construction, pos I commlMtttonrm will at least con-
count ax assessor. There-I sibility. I llnuo to pay $10 monthly toward
the ,ssessor's figures were? Bradford County tennis tourna j the nurse's salary, aa hus been

Ipteil as being the correct and ment which will get under way SERIOUS" done in the past The remainderof

; valuer cm the 1939 asaessft the following day, Wednesday LEX HOME her salary will be paid by the
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troll I August 16. The entrance fee of I CITY ELECTION SITUATIONHookworm \VPA.
AFTER SESSION Other matters transacted by
ittte was received fromn : SOc may be paid to Jos. E. Wilson(
disease was again the School Doard
& Allen attorneys in the T. K.: McClane. E. L. Matthews, or Congressman Lex Green arrivedat LIKELY Monday were as
j tho center of discussion at the follows:
his home here during the week
road tax: litigation, stating George Manassa.
i end following the adjournment of Club here Wednesday as K. V. Alvarez was Instructed to
I amounts due from the Sea- Rotary
The mens' tournament will be
Mr. Klrkland's
pickup children at
,d Air Line Railway Co., would divided into junior and senior Congress after a hectic seven- TO BE UIET Dr M. K. Herlong continued his
month session. He stated that he the end of the route at a cost of
ecelved by the county railroad commls-offlcl- I groups, based on age and ability. will spend the remainder of the ED LARSON discussion of the prevalence of I not more than 22c for each school
m as soon as
p Contestants will two of -
play out the scourge in Bradford County. '
summer at his home here turning
!and the state the comptrollerId I three games until the finals whichI down his Invitation to attend the Few Have Announced RESIGNSJ. He explained the methods used in I day.It was decided to put down a

unts agree. Bradford on County proper will ,i I will Trophies consist will of three be offered out of for five.the European conferences of the Interparliamentary [ Candidacy ForSeptember J Edwin Larson well-known diagnosis and treatment and also i t.I shallow pump at the Graham
Union. the measures that are being used Church (now being<; used for school
IVS more than $4,000 tromsoul'ce. ''singles In all three dl- locally being a former resident of
champion I ) so that it be taken
purposes can
He was one of a dozen who were to combat the Incase he>>e. I(
f j visions (mens'-boys', and women's Keystone Heights, announced Sat- up and moved to the new building
chosen to America at At a meeting Dr. Her-
represent previous
I super allowance of Mrs. Gene ), and medals will be awarded All signs point to a very quiet when completed.
I these He urday his resignation as Collectorof long had stated that than
important meetings. more
Pringle was discontinued as the winners' at doubles In all di- city election here Tuesday, Sept- }: Mrs. Ollie Thomas' requested
has remarried. was selected because of his "deep ember 12. City politics will fall the United' States Internal Uty percent of .school children
y', i vIsIons. that the Board her deed
I i give a
interest in, and understanding of in this countY' are Infected, and
Revenue Service for Florida. For
..' by a large margin-to reach the
hti Boaid schedule
i >ti l'C'K"\I' tmkptticrfroot alauwiTit to used
the time for property formerly for the
j affal i disclosed the. fact that school I
International one
r s gainedthrough
MS.00( to 'defray the ex I each Individual to .play will be boiling point:' experienced last the past six yean he! has held this Hellbronn School. She was told
his many years of service! showed a positive diagnosis of jl
when 725
tes of moving Mrs. Sarah E. :f posted In the Telegraph window. year citizens, includingthe position, generally considered. the that the Board no longer needs
In Congress! ninety percent.
nett and family back to Plant The tournament Is open only to largest negro registration in beat-paying Federal appointmentin this land for school purposes and
| Congressman Green summarized Starke's history, qualified to vote. The need of more sanitary toi ,
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where Mrs. that
Bennett claims theform
residents of Bradford County, and according to of
lean the major measures of the Congressional Officials to be elected are a., the state. lets In the rural areas pof the ,I ...._ ..._
work
gel to relieve the :.j each entrant must furnish equip- I 1119 d ee d, UIB properly' automatlc-
jntute condition of herself and ment. session just ended as :. city clerk, marshal],, mayor, and : It was announced that Larson county was stressed and Inquiries.I ally reverts to the former owner.
|Ily, I( follows: two aldermen. Carl Johns, present -(" would be succeeded by John L. were made Into method of obtaining W. O. Collins talked to the
clerk has Fuhs, banker, and It Is of these units
Applications were made for InIsed Defense program of nearly $2- announced his intention ,,, Leesburg more r Board In reference to his bus
CROP I
PECAN
relief bill to seek reelection, and so understood that the Justice Department Confronted with the amazing
<1 allowances for MCKinley 000.000,000; appropriating route, stating that he could not
SMALL $1,775,000.000 and curtailing : far no opposition has come to will offer the resigned facts. concerning prevalence of
8. and for Mrs. Nellie qualify to drive at the bid price.
I I WTA activities light. Chief of police A. L. Al- collector some other appointment hookworm In this county, members I
i the Pauper Fund Grlffls'l' ; goverment reorganization I lie was advised to see Elam Lewis
over for further I Bradford County's 1939 pecan I ; social security! revision varez will also run (o succeed Larson, a native of of the Rotary Club have and try to make a trade with him
,. will be infinitesimal that himself and has no opponent to nla pennSYlva-j Interest In the I'
crop ; extension of Roosevelt mon- was mayor of shown unusual r (Continued on page eight)
pittie i; ia, compared with the deulge that etary powers; Hatch bill barring contend his claim as yet. Dr. W. Heights for,several problem, and It Is expected that j ---- -...--
Carter asked for assist- i rained down from trees here last most federal officials from campaigns E. MIddleton, mayor will seek re- so served as representative and they will lend their Influence instate .

i t denied In repairing her house, which year.. election, apparently without op- senator In the Florida Legislature I promoting a more active cam l I. COUNTY POT'

he Secretary of State advised It Is roughly estimated that the Major measures killed Roose- position. from Clay County. paign against the dleKape! ,

|Clerk that Senate Bill No. 299, harvest here this fall will not exceed velt lending bill; Townsend old W L. Wall and W. M. Edwards
are the two whose terms ald. BEGINS
15,000 pounds, which looks as
Wing for a refund of tax age pensions.
(Continued like a mere drop In the bucket ermen expire October 1, and while
[ on eight) Major measures postponed until
page
with the Mr. Edwards said he would be a
when compared bumper
1940 Neutrality law revision
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20 YearsA TO BUBBLE
crop of 150,000 pounds last year, amendments to Wagner act add candidate for reelection Mr. Wall .

CCJDENfcOSTSSTRICKLAND'S which brought growers around wage-hour act; Wagner national was non-committal. No others ...: .,
have announced intentions of -"
10000. health program; railroad aid bill. RecluseLast ;r'
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seeking a city council seat. n
Because of the !light crop it Is Appropriations authorized Rig 19/0 Campaign Will

not likely that auctions will be $13,000,000,000.Bills City officials elected next month week Starke lost Its larg- '- rm' Soon lie Center of
President begin their terms of office Oc-
held the Farmers' Market this
at signed by est house. cat.
tober 1, and no one has Attention
officially
LEFT ARM fall. 425. It also lost a frail little lady ..... . Bills vetoed hv President 18. qualified to run for office *o far. Whn had lived here for ItiA t ... '.": '\ -
-- -- In accordance with bills. passed pas ivtv. is a long way off. or it Isn't
Cilia awaiting I presidential acFOUND I twenty without l
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the ... years many people a long way off. A lot
I by recent lIe! ;on of the Legis- depends on
Lion 350.
even being aware of her existence.
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Probably Resume lature, the clerk and marshall your polnt-of-vlew.
The cat was
"Fluffy.
1 {Work elected next month will serve two I r If you are a small boy waiting
In
{Week The lady was Mrs Maria Thorn
I years until October J,. 1941, instead E 1 for Christmas to roll around the
Or Two A BLACK WIDOW ton who owned and occupied the
J end of
of only one year aa In the I 1930 seems far away In the
I somewhat
delapldated two-story
past dim and nebulous future.

I.yton Strickland, life-time Most deadly of all known spiders When found by Mr. Grlden the In announcing his house just east of the stave mill On the other hand If you are
candidacy I la
ent Road
48.
on
'. >t Starke and Kingsley Black Widow was preoccupftti! Mr. Johns stressed the fact that I 1a politician, busily building fences,
In suffered the loss of hIs leftWaldo She can lick ten times her with a newly created egg sac and he would not be' a candidate for So quietly did Mrs. Thorntonlive I and looking forward to a heated

automobile accident I weight In tarantulas! he easily captured her eggs and any county office while city clerk. i that moat people passing theweather.beatttn campaign In 1040, the beginningof

I shortly after midnight Her venom Is more potent than all, In an empty pickle Jar. He Further evidence of a quiet structure, subconsciously -t the new year might seem alt
Friday I' rattlesnake! then brought it to the Telegraph'soffice believed It to be un too near.
that of a election Is the slow registration.So I ....:.
r the past few months he has One out of every twenty victims : where It Is being kept on far only a few new potential occupied. She made use of only I rMra. The 1940 campaign In Bradford
a solicitor in in the for the benefit of those three rooms at the rear of the II County Is now a matter of
this area for a bitten by this evil lady display voters have taken the trouble to I Thornton & Cat only
Seville dry cleaning concern black patent leather coat dies in who have never seen one of these register and books close to house.. leaving the front tightly conjecture and rumor. Specula.

Was returning from part of ,I wracking pain from the prick of deadly specimens. Everyone morrowAugunt 12. City registration closed. To the casual passerby it away from home and make new Lion Is rife over who will run for

roUte when the accident ocDriving her tiny fangs. All victims be- should be familiar with the appearance : books are open in the clerk's seemed only a neglected, old friends, Mrs. Thornton replied; "It i what, but so far no one has made
of the Black Widow so frame building. Is too late I read any definite .
with his left come violently ill. office In the city hall until Satur- now. so much announcement.It
partially extending from the I A perfect specimen of thIs proper precautions will be taken : day. August 26 la the last day Twenty years ago Mrs. Thorn- that sometimes I become almost Is expected that all present

Indow the young man sIded small, but fascinatingly devilish- when one Is found. cadldates can qualify to enter the ton and her husband moved here daz d. I do not like to get too t occupants of courthouse will

the Dig traIler of a meat I looking death-dealer was found At the present time our Black race for a city job.HALF from Canada. He was a retired far away from home for fear I'' stand for re-election, and if the

e'on a curve of Road 31, Just Monday morning by R. H. Griden I Widow/ has woven a new web In -- --.- farmer who decided to come to cannot find my way back." next campaign follows In the footsteps

a the! railroad track from under a piece of old tomato crate the, pickle Jar and is giving full Florida for his health but In Recently she grew weary of her of its" recent predecessors

'"'....His left arm was almoat I lying on the ground at the edge attention to her egg/ sue. A* thisIs ARE .vain. -A short while after arriving lonely/! existence and longed to sell there will be plenty of oppositionfor

ly severed at the Impact. of a flower garden. written she is going through CHURCH MEMBERSThat in Starke he died, and her property here and go to make most

.was carried to the Alachua :Mr. Grlden is a house painter some strange procedure, her long through some quirk of personality her home with a daughter who Several unofficial announcements *

'1 Hospital whew he Is still who has been living here since legs wrapped around the sac and fifty percent of the resident Mrs. Thornton possibly depressed works In Jacksonville. of candidacy have been,

!IeIJ. but it la expected that early this year In an apartment at the round part of her body gently of Starke are members of by ber husband's death, At length she found purchasj j made In restaurants on street

111 be removed to> the home4t Mrs. M. K. Hull's on Walnut St. bumping the side We have no I an established church, waa disclosed never sought Intimate friendships, er. and last week she bundled up corners, and In other publicplaces

> ", 'In GainesVille within !f The spider was found In the gar-I Idea what purpose this, nerves, butsuppose In a report made recently nor hardly.even a casual acquaintance. her few personal belongings: and I but so far no one has actually -
house. They it to be part of the hatching before the Rotary Club by the left the town which, although It put It down la black and
)thenfpw days._ He received;. den at the rear of the, I I ___ __ .... ... ..._._ .__ 1, __...__
Ld hhu. k bin....... u h . .11. It1. hit... 1 .. .. .
.umry' other than that are usually found however, m pruc.... Rev. Fran Ro jricr only enterta meat wan : t *** w* MVIIIJP n *r ivu'-tjr' l '! w Smal groups are "'("
dene'm but hIs automobile ;1 cellars garages barns, or old I After the young ones emerge It was stated that membershipof reading and the rooms of her city," allowed her to live here.1'](I Ing; at scattered points In the

iI "" to the extent of rubbish piles. I from the sac. they stay around the the five local churches totals home were piled high with every for twenty years without a single ''county for the purpose of urging ;

d I 8'-n f The truck and trail- The Black Widow Is so called I mother's web for a while eating 694. while the last official census I sort of magazine from "pulps" Intimate acquaintance. I'|.I this or that candidate to throw:

':ama ed. It U stat- I because of her glossy black colorIng I I their weaker brothers and sisters credited Starke with a population to "slicks., In later years she Mike :Maruca purchased the his hat In the ring.

"'t M, Strickland carried I' and her diabolical habit of i If food is scarce. Eventually they ot 1320. | showered affection on an enormous property, 110x150 which includes I Next year's will be a "big"

hob;'' and accident insur-i I killing her male lover (a pygmy wander off or are carried by a Largest local church In point 1 gray cat given to her by a a run-down store building aa well election when electors have the

in comparison) after mating. I passing breeze to eora da":'c of membership was shown to be neighbor and which, by overfeedIng aa the residence. He I la repairingthe opportunity to vote for all officials

t t thc Frow Strickland, I I After killing her mate she sucks sheltered barn garage, outhouse the Baptist with a total of 300.econd ,| she had developed from an former, which he will occupy from President down to coo-

tl7 '- irned from Miami, hU body dry and bloodless, leaving or rubbish heap.A i largest was the Methodist I II |I ordinary kitten Into a. monstrosity and alno operate ss a filling sta- stable. With no poll tax require-

take oVer ClaytOl1" route him a brittle little corpse- which mother can hatch four sac I with 223. Others ranked as fol- '' many times heavier than the I tion. ment, It Is expected that 1940's

he i. able to resume work ] no doubt have seen time and of eggs a year-more than 500 lows: Christian 63; Presbyterian, average house cat. I I :Mr. and Mra. Palmer Williams election will exceed all others In.

17 "i > (two or three week*. you time again in old spider webs. I baby Black Widows! J.63; Episcopal 41. Asked why she did not get j I have rented the house. sUe and Interest.rP I




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I BR.\UFORI COUNTY TELCGRAPU. STARKEII FLORIDA FlUn" 3l'gl 9I ."
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NOTICE FOR APPLICATION Issued ,
of September ii
t".. und,-r th. *old n-rtlflmto IHKU- diur In the month FOR TAX I>KK1) ,
,,rt .111 11' In "an"I'n'" hac of W. F. Mott. luTl9! which is the 4th day of Sep iii... I the Illll > r
.. WBH In 'imme' <
fll>-d MKHlnnt yu in Ih' "Uit be limber IH39 ) ;>II w.
hall ,
saidrtlfknl" IS' HEREBY .
fnlcHH GIVEN
ford
Proves NOTICE ,
Science anfurther 3rd day of August Him
and this '
Modern /lld you or file. .. ... "' according to law, the Dated That Oeo. E. Turner holder of Tax North I 1" I]
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to appear answer .. )' described therein will be 1939. Certificate No. 1085, Issued the 7th Quartets "I, V*!1':
fuimlve plendlriKM In Mild ('" OFF'ICIAI.1., .) A. J. Thomas ?r H ,
.ir, before the Itul Day In to the highest bidder at the Clerk( of Circuit Court of BradfordCounty day of August! A D. 1933, has tiled eaHt Quart', I p 'Ian! .i ',
Alcohol "Lets You Down"By tember. the same being the 4th house door on the of first September Mon- Florida. 8.. 5t 9-1 same In my office and has made application ell P 8 Sou6: ", r I: ", ", !II 1
said month A. D. 1SS9. I In the month for a tax deed to be Issued taming -, t t.Ibl: I
of
la 4th day of Sep ..
which the thereon. .
-- IT IS" OHDKTIED that this 1939. .U.r 'Ot'II'1' OF THKKUillTH Said certificate embraces the following ertyund ""." I,' ''I 1. '
IV THE ,
tissues of the brain and tlrv he published once a :jtrd day of August CIHCVIT IvAvH II ''I .':, akin
( Fla. State Board of Health) I to the weeks In Dated this Jl DICHI. described property In the .d WSN III 'h,, [ .I''
cord and can be identifiedIn four consecutive \ *! Foil BKl>K )Hn COUNTY, County of Bradford State of Florida IItlnnlck t ";
Into I spinal Bradford County Telegraph (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma., FMtlllUA I* CHANCKRY.IN towlt! LJnleM ,,,, G.,
Of all the things man put afterIt
I few minutes of general ( Bradford I I
blood of STATE
the a newspaper of Circuit Court :- THJ3 NAME OF THE Lot 2 of Blk 27, Original Townof redeemed t
or solid, In Bradford ,, 8lit 9.1NO'rl i .1'I I I )h.
either puhllHhed
liquid Florida ,
his stomach is taken. "nty (IF .FLORIDA: Starke In NKVi of SW% Section property. d, ,, I or k5,
alcohol Is the most Misunderstood Florida. C, U HUKTON. 21, Township 6 South, hang 22 sot: <, "I,. ,''h. ,
hours for the hand and thti -I
It usually takes 12 WITNESS my ('F1 OF 4PPI.IC4TIOM FOR Plaintiff, tea st. court ,. cl I 1.ldd.tIf"
and misused. body to completely dispose of alco- veal thin 2nd day of August TAK IIKICI: -veiNA The assessment of the said prop day In ti,,. I, ''h. 'lnl, '
Many people believe alcohol has 19.19. (''rnale Hill No. 1f1.1. :- ANDEitSON BURTON erty under the said certificate t9311, Whll"l, I' h It
Still more be- hol consumed in two hours. This (OFFICIAL HKAL) rtA. J. ; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Defendant.TO Issued was In the name of un temb..r. 1[" :', IlIi dBy "l","
great food value. of course varies In relation to the Clerk Circuit' OU (. u Mm Beulah Kelly holder of : Ina Anderson Burton, defendant known. Hated Ih"" .:..d,
lieve It has definite medicinal with Bradford, State of Florida Certificate No. 23ft. Issued the In the above styled cause. Unless said certificate shall be 193P. "IYJ 01 4
And literally thousands amount consumed the speed 8.. 4t prop"I ., day of August A. D. 1937 ban You are hereby notified that. a redeemed according to law the (OFFICIAL sJoI\I": : :
qualities. which it Is taken the concentration name In my office and has certain suit In chancery hall been I property described therein will be Clerk ,. ,t J I'll
would stake their lives on the .IPPI.IC4.TIOM: application for a tax deed to t filed against you In the Court aforesaid old to the highest bidder at the ofFClfupt. "d t ""County "! 9n
alcohol in the beverage :>OTI >: Of "
of ) and are further notified to court house door on the first Monday
that alcohol a stimu TAx UK Kit I IC Issued thereon. Said certificate you I I'll
statement consumed the bulk of the person .. the following described appear answer or file other defensive In the month of September 19- !
lent whether not "eim". 141,5) .. )' In the County of Brad pleading In Maid cause on 3It. which Is the 4th., day of September "nit.;
or
little each of these beliefs drinking it and, state of Florida, to-wit: or before the Rule Day In September 1939. TO WHOM. IT IA" ,
Little by fatty or oily foods were eaten That O.J.CienJr: Andrews hoCJ: Northwest Quarter of Northwest the same .being the 4th day Dated this 18th day of July, 1939. NOllr. I.and. I. hi l'ONetnl 1I1'.n ,
has been proven false by The latter Tax Certificate No. 175, (..... .. Except Went 10 Acre A of said month. A. D. 1939. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas creditors ,'ISII1I8ntl",;
medical science. Insteadof during the two hours. 2nd, August A. D. 1937 .... Half of Northeast. Quarter IT IS OIUtERED: that thin notice Clerk of Circuit Court Rf BradfordCounty estate or 8arnt, ,,, sore,
modern tends to act as a sponge for alco- filed dmv..f I In my orl- and : Northwest Quarter Section 36 be published once a week for four Florida.. 7-21 fit 818NO..I'I deceased, I that. 1 ,u 'rl Non
being a stimulant, alcohol is a made application for.. tax 8 South Range 22 East, consecutive weeks In the Bradford claim or claim wllh the.
The reason people are hol. I be Issued thereon. Said 50/ Aires, more or I....... County Telegraph, a newspaper of K. Perryman ,Unt, Ho
depressant .... In ) OF APPLICATION FOR same lode,
Statistics show alconol reducesthe embraces the following The assessment of the maid prop' general circulation, published eight m"?> "'
misled into defining the symptom property In the County of )' under the said certificate Issu Bradford County, Florida. TAX HEEDtsenale before mhi !SL t,"
stimulation Is because alcohol life span even when it is takenin ford. State of Florida to-wit: wan In the name of Mary B WITNESS my hand and official Bill No. 1O.1) samecwillnba,f < 'S.
as 0v, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN bat or
who seal thU 2nd day of August "
moderation or by a person .Northeast Quarter of i I'd
acts as a drug, deadening the Unless. .aid certificate shall be 1939. That, Lyman a. Peet holder of Tax Llmltatlon..1, ,I. p1 Sol
Quarter except parts II
enses and destroying normal in goes on only occasional sprees. Its deeded. Section Zt, .. according to law the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Certificate No. 278 IS Issued the filed 2nd Ins estate t ,1'i d.b"
.
excessive use by either father or South Range 22 East ).. )' described therein will be Clerk of Circuit Court County day of August A. 1937, has I This AuguM' ,ot r a4d
hibitions. of Florida. same In my office and has madeapplication Nelle H Nn1: ? ,
35 Acre., more or I.... .Id to the highest bidder at the Bradford. State Idmlnltt
the probability tax deed to be
the body its mother Increases Mon- 8.. 4t 8-25 for a
Instead of feeding I The assessment of the said house door on the first I.tlt
necessary reserve energy, us do of stillbirths. Nursing mothers
carbohydrates and fat, alcohol who are excessive drinkers of alcohol -

spends all Its force heating the have been known to be responsible -,

blood action, Interfering of white corpuscles with normal and I babies by Imparting for the death large of quantities their-! "

body producing a toxic effect upon the milk.of poisoning to them throughthe |'I "KEEP Your Credit GOOD !

Chronic alcoholism also ac-
and
The food value of alcohol
even beer is inconsiderable. The counts for about 10 per cent of all
first admissions to hospitals for I
quantity necessary to nourish the .
system would be so large as to mental diseases. Doctors reports I
act as a polxon. Thus alcohol is It is frequently the cause of Impo- ,

now known to do more harm than tency. I "ii'
good and to tender the body more Because of Its narcotic qualities -
!'
susceptible to Infection. alcohol quickly becomes a' ',,' ., .
:Modern medical science knows habit. Moderate drinkers easily : I ,
what the modern public does not become chronically immoderate.' ''

seem to know. Namely, that alco- Therefore, unless a person has unusual ,
hol Is definitely not only a, depressant will power the moderate User f
find H narcotic but In of alcohol is always in dangerof
'
large: quantities becomes poison. becoming an excessive user.
Clinical tests have shown that I Thus, it would seem that there !'
alcohol In beverages is quickly Is ample proof of the damage alcohol -

absorbed, by the body but without I does to the body and no 1 ,A

digestive prO<'eK". It goes directly i proof of Its benefits. I ,


I Housewives Hike Eight Miles A Day v\ JL /


Across U. S. Yearly, Recent Survey ShowsThe r

average housewife! in the I and those In other walks of life. I II s tr?

course, of a year, walks u distance I, The research director handed' ., i'r
equal to that between llcmton und the palm to the farmer aa greatest
d
San Francisco, or about eight : walker, however. Behind the / 5 N,
miles a day. plow, he estimated a farmer covered -
The officer on the beat walks 14 more than 25 miles a day. I a 1

miles a day.A Mailmen followed with 22 miles a

normally active boy covers day.An r ) ,
about 13 miles a day. average woman shopper 1
These figures were reported to wanders! eight miles a day through a

the 28th convention of the National stores, but steps up her mileageto \
Association of Chiropodists by 11 under the pressure of Christmas \.-. 1

Dr Joseph Lelyveld of Dos ton buying. I ,3
Dr. Lelyveld, using an Instru- He estimated salesmen covered t

ment which counts the steps of 73 miles a week, stenographers 43'' \ -

an individual has been checking miles, and a businessman, every \ 't
I''
distances walked by Boston, New three of four weeks, equaled the #
York, and Chicago businessmen distance between New York and i iBoston. t' ,

housewives, salesmen, dancers, |
II
I

HAMPTON BETHEL '

fly ;Minn" Adu :N'lmnin fly !Mra. Susie OINnon" I I


Muse, Kathryn-Weest, of l Elizabeth Jim Lord of-St. Petersburg It I 1 I

N. J., ID visiting her mother, visiting his aunt. Mrs. Jimmie / I

MI'''. T I': ', Hrown. She will leave Woodard, thin week

next week for Miami where she Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Lee had as i )

will visit her brother, Gordon guests Sunday Mrs. Callie Galney I I
Weest and family, and children of Boatdraln Mrs. .H v\

Willie Robinson and mother Lilly Coleman Isadore Gllsnon, I

Mrs, Thedosla Robinson, of High Miss Edna Gllsaon, and Mrs. R. '
Springs attended services at the Lee. s.,1, A \

Baptist Church last Sunday rooming Mrs. E. R. Bowers and daughters -' .

and evening. have returned home after

Mandarin several weeks with relatives
A A McDonald of spending
was looking after real estate Interests In South Carolina.
Your Credit
here this week. Miss Dorothy Griffin of Clay Obligations
W. R. Jackson spent the week- County was the guest of Miss .
end with friends in! West Lake Leafy Starling Sunday afternoon.

Wales. D. D. Woodard was visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Ii. E. Geiger of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Starling

Wellborn, are visiting Mrs. Geig- Sunday afternoon. WHEN your grocer butcher doctor clothier anyone with whom deal -
,
you
er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E.: Miss Thelma Prevail and Harvey -

Hall, and Mister. Mrs. Audrey of Doatdraln and Miss ,
Turner. Frances Gainey Griffin of Bethel were enjoying extend you credit --- they give you a VOTE OF CONFIDENCE. When you

James Onann and family who horseback riding In this

have been in Galnenville the past section Sunday afternoon.-

six months are making arrangements Jock Griffis and young son of pay promptly --- you renew that confidence --- and f further your own conven-

to move back to their resilience Leeaburg were here Sunday be-

on Church Street within a cause of the Illness of the former's ience well

few days father, K. L. Grlffls. as
-
Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux of Drew Dukes, who representedUnion
Orange Springs was the guest of at the last legislative --

her this mother week Mrs J F. John pn, here session Monday.County, was greeting friends THE man with good credit has a definite asset. He is recognized as a man who



after returned Mr,having Ira to Brown her spent home of a lost Gainesville few Friday days\ \ daughter spending Mrs David this of week Jacksonville Paulk with and little Mrs.are has taken on oWigalions --- and met th em --- his word is good --- and he can be


with her mother, Mrs. W. P. Blrt. Paulk' parents Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs Monley of Starke Is comfortably Walter Underhill, while Mr. Paulk relied upon. His trade is welcome everywhere.
located in Mrs. N. Wynn's
1111 on a business trip to the Cater-
residence near the school building. pillar tractor factory in Peoria.

Mrs. I. J, Priest has as herguest III.

*this week her daughter, CLAR-JEAN SHOPPESTERNBERG'S MAYE'S RADIO SERVICEHOUSTON'S

:Mrs. A, J. Wilson of Brooker. ter, Mrs. Paul Glover. ROBERT GREEN
Miss Miriam Guy, who is attending -
Rosier visiting
Miss Louise was
summer school in Gainesville Miss Vlrgle Gasklna Sunday aft SERVICE Solicitor for Starke Cleaners

spent the week-end with her
ernoon. CO.STATION
parents, the Rev. and Mrs. J. T, DENMARK FURNITURE BENNY'S GROCERY

Guy. DEPEND ON TilE BEST A. M. DARBY'S TIP TOP GROCERY

EVERGREEN Nothing you can take brings CARPENTER'S REXALLALEXANDER

liy ;lire F. A. Rosier tlon Faster than relief Blama-Rex.from acld-lndlges-Take a & CO. S. R. JOHNS & SONS DRUG STORE

Mr. and Mrs.-J. M. Rosier of spoonful of Blama-Rex In a glassof [ HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY STARKE ICE DUNCANSTANDARD
Woodlawn spent Sunday with water after every meal It acts COMPANY K. G.

E. Mrs.Rosier Jean and Gasklns mother. and B'I Four agonies.ways Buy to stop a bottle acid-Indigestion of 50 doses: WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STARKE COCA-COLA OILSMITH'S

For SOo at the Rexall Drug Store.
ter Vlrgle, were visiting her i STORE BOTTLING
CO.
daughter. Mrs. Russell Redding', Carpenter's Drug Store in Starke. GARAGE

Sunday. I'l "'''PI ruin IT. ,.ul..r ....' THKKi ,
Mra. Dnlsy Pringle and children <;irrn jiin. tI <'IH11'I' 1tI >
spent Sunday afternoon with her ) K'un HttIMO/11) fOIMTt.
.'. lHfXKttl..
.1" II'
mother Mrs J. S. Rosier IN THK: N.VMIO: l'''' THK STATE i
J. D. Sapp spent the week-end IW 1 KLOHIUAJOHN and "

with S. Sapp.his parents Mr. and Mrs J. I -vu.M Plaintiff.EASTKH noiVlHEX ASKO., ASKO. "Pay up, keep your credit good"I

J, E. Rosier returned home Defendant.
Monday after spending the past TO: .: !LMiiighen Attko.. defend-.
_
in Inh ah J. styled .ui I
month In Ft Pierce with his .la- You art hereby notified that a





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n. 19S9 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA PACK TIIREBuTYTRANSFERSSHOWN
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IN FILED'' HOW THEY LOOKED IN THE FIELD !'I (7LM7 BRANCH THERESSA
INSTRUMENTS By Mro.' Kdil ('''rrh.hII. By 1\lrlO. A. U Sullivan

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hf' \list ot deeds ranty deed made July 17 and file* s to ? It the Clerk ot July 18.Everett. I July 5.Empire. Shamrock: spent I the wt't'kendhere. little daughter of Keys i one

i n a rat luring the past I E. Burney and Jessie D, I Lumber Company to L Mrs. Keene and Mra. Johnson Heights visited Mra- Dodd's grandmother

awn through July 31. I Burney of Bradford County, to E. I I). Vining of Starke. Deed t to< returned home with then Mrs. Lydia Hall, Sunday
r a, rum jllnd In BradtordI' C. Kinlaw of Starke. Warrant; land In Alachua, Bradford and where they will spend the week. afternoon.
'
J ,It teBcrlptlons and II IIIV' deed to 1-4 acre made March 1. Union Counties* made June 26 and I Mr and Mrs. L. N. Norman and Mills Kathryn Weest of Elizabeth

'n'' property may beIIl and recorded July 21. filed July 12. I daughters, Helen and Dorthea, N. J., and Mrs. .Thomas F

a kiting/ at the court- Banle Mott and husband J. Bi. Home Owner's Loan Corporation spent the weekend at Sanfon Brown and sons, Emory and

pea e5.pe.-tlng the count;y I Mott of Bradford County, to Minnie to John S. Hall. and Blade with relatives. Frank, were guests of Mrs. A. L.
ono .vhlch are open to< I Hazen of Bradford County Myrtle Hall, husband and wife 01 I Miss Hazel Sapp of Starke Sullivan and Mrs. D. W. Moore

d bOOk&I'' '11'' lmes-- The yea I Land in Bradford. Warranty dee bUe erwif. |VrHnk otl> uimtrum and CarleeiI 22. lots 7 and 8, block "B," Jones Addition Mrs. J. N. Norman Is spending visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.

I'' }' p Warren and James H. RItch and Isabel to Starke made July 10 and sometime with her son-in-law and J. J. Ziegler, Thursday
Peel
drum dee filed July 14. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Harvey]
f Warranty and Cox
\varr>n RItch of Bradford County to Sila I Mills Clara Cox: Leroy
e 16 Livingston, W. M. Kirby and wife Sarah Edwards at Canal Point, where
last week
of Miami
a oloiK' R. Johns, Jr., and Dorothy Rltcl were guests
ot Addition Kirby of Bradford County, to I. V. Mrs. Edwards: ia ill.
and, company's Johns of Starke, lots 12, 13 and of D. J. Phillips and family. They
arke, madE fune 10, and filet 14 of block 20, Temple's Addition Luke of Bradford County. Special Mrs. Edd Parrlsh, Misses Eliza left Saturday for Atlanta and
116. to Starke. Warranty deed filed Warranty deed to 10 acres made i ---- beth Harnage and Alice Edwards other points in Georgia.

Lnle Lou Cdwards and hua" 25 of July, and made December and filed July 15. I Pictured here during the recent maneuvers at Keystone Heightsare were visiting Mrs Gladys Green Misses Mildred, Elizabeth andD.

W H. Edwards of Lawtey, 31, 1838. J. J. Truby of Starke, and Eva : several members of the local Headquarters Company of the Florida Sunday afternoon. : J. Phillips, Miss Clara Cox and

a A Gtunt of Bradforc Jennie Fritch and husband Millard A. Killian and J W. Killian ot'' National Guard. The boys are trying to find a little bit of shade Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Towery 1 Leroy Cox: spent Thursday after-

| L U>i n olock 7, Town ot; Fritch the sole heirs at law Haywood County, North Carolina,, under those scrub! oaka. The two weird figures at right are Bill of Fernnndina.spent the week-end noon at Gold Head Branch State
IfyVes' JI railroad excep of Judge Kniffin, deceased of; being the heirs at law of J. M. Powell and Bob Long, demonstrating what the well-dressed soldier with her parents, Mr. and Mrs H. Park.

portion deeded to E. E. Bur Oakland County, Michigan, to R Truby, deceased, of Bradford will be wearing during a gas attack. Then come R L. Dobbs, Bill H. Keene Mrs. O. J. Phillips and daughter -

,nd wife ii-ssie Burney. War A. Green, of Starke. Warrant County, to W. M. Kirby of Brad- Graham, Chas. Jenkins, and seated on the ground are J. W. Kelly, J. Edd: Parrish left Sunday for Elizabeth, of Lawtey and

I deed recorded June 19, and deed to 20 acres filed July 29, ford County. Special Warrantydeed L. Crews, and L. O. Jones.- Other members of the company were on Miami where he will start work. Mrs. J. L. Hightower of Miami

February 41Ilyabetb made July 27 to 3 acres made July 5 and duty elsewhere., Floyd Crosby of Rising was ic were guests of D. J. Phillips and
,
and T. Miamfl recorded July 15. this section Monday morning on '
Williams family Friday.
J. E. Graves (widower -
) of Ala- W. T. Pinson, single, of Levy -
ot Bradford County tIt < chua County to L. G. Powell and County to Ira Wilson of Starke. and returned here Sunday. Mr. business.* Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Sapp and
and Merrill Pre will be at hometo Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dobbs of visitedMr.
prevail May F Powell of Starke. Warranty Deed to land in Bradford made and Mrs. Chesser daughter of Lake Butler
f of Bradford County. War deed to 40 acres made June July 14 and filed July 15. friends and relatives in Gaines- Luke City were In this sectionSunday Sapp's niece, Mrs. C. Sullivan,

deed to .':5 acres made June 20 and filed June 21 Mrs. Frank A. Sweezy, as ad- ville and Mr. and Mrs. Breadennear I afternoon. Sunday afternoon.

d tiled lune 22. Reginald Dykers of the Parish ministratrix, with the will an- Clearwate-r. Miss Mildred Phillips was visiting

B Parka and wife, Ethel B, of Orleans, Louisiana, to John R nexed, of the estate of Frank A. Virginia is the Bride of Earl Boo rsF:Y'S REACH In Jacksonville Friday. '

f, of Starke to W. S. Johns Dykers Of Jacksonville. Special Sweezy, deceased of McIntosh, to Chesser and Hazel of Joe Bread- lly Miss Kffle Crawford:: Mr. and Mrs. Cecil R. Moore

Havana Johns of Bradford Warranty deed to lots 12, 13, 141 W. T. Pinson of Bronson. Deed en. and two little sons of Gainesville
eity In tiuike. Warrants of Block 27, Temple's Addition to to land in Bradford made July 14 Come to Church Mr. and Mia. W. H. Green and visited Mr. Moore's parents, Mr.
I I
made lune 26 and filed June Starke made March 15 and recorded and recorded July 15. You are welcome to church, family spent the week-end In and Mrs. D. W. Moore, Sunday.

June 24. Hester L. Thomas and her hus- Sunday School and B. Y P. U. Jacksonville with relatives.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. William Tackham

M Gray and Florence Gray Empire Lumber Company to band, Mallory Thomas, of Starke, every Sunday at the Baptist and Mrs. Harmon Hodges and little daughter were guests of
unesville, to George B. Flynr Container Corporation of Amer to L. G. Powell of Starke. Special Church. Fathers, mothers, won't of Jacksonville were visiting the Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Packham,

lorence C Flynn, of Starke ica. Deed to 400 acres made June Warranty deed to 35 acres made you come and bring your children ._- bod-aide of her father here Sun- Saturday night
:anty deed to lots 11, 12, 13! 26 and filed June 27. July 17 and recorded July 17. ? We need your help and cooperation day afternoon. :Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hersey,
14 In block 2 of Davis and Empire Lumber Company to I Maude Weeks Brownlee and Dea I in making it a real A detachment marched over War-the E. C. Roberts of Lawtey spent Clyde and Martin Hersey were

v1 Addition to Starke made Container Corporation of Amer Wilson, Adm. Estate of W. T. church and Sunday school. Be hills to attack the enemy. last Wednesday here with Mr. and business visitors! to Starke Sat-
10. 1935 and recorded Junes ica. Timber deed to pine trees in Weeks, of Bradford County to I sure to come and bring some one like scenes like this became familiar Mrs R. N. Crawford. urduy.
certain lands in Alachua, Bradford Sammy McBride of Starke. Quit- with around Keystone: during the Wasdln of
you. Mrs O. C Geiger und son Homer Mr. and Mrs Riley
T KInchen, single oljie and Union Counties for 10 Claim deed to land in Bradford First ('.-T. A. :Meeting maneuvers Lei\ of Slarke, und Mr. L. H. Graham attended church services

to H. B. Purvis of Brad- years. Deed made June 26 and made June 17 and filed July 17. The P.-T. A. held Its first meet- Vickory and daughter, Ruth, of here Sunday evening
County Warranty deed! to filed June 27. Elizabeth G. Lamb and her husband Ing for this school year Monday W. Kelly who hall been in St. Vin- Lecsbtirg were visiting Mr. and Miss Elsie Belie Geiger visited

l, 2, 3. 4, 5 6 and 7 of Rich- Ethel Jones as Executrix of the James Lamb, of Starke, to afternoon with a large number cent's Hospital in back home and Mrs Robert Crawford here Sun- Misses Mildred and Elizabeth
Farms. Deed made June 26 last will and testament of J. V. Laura Wilson of Bradford County. present. New officers for the Mrs. John demons seems to be lay Phillips Monday.

ifiled June 29. Jones, deceased, and individually Lots 3, 4, 9 and 10 of block 4, J. year were elected. The nomina- no better. Mrs. I. J. Ulgilon und daughter, Mr. and Mr1.. T. Wallace

Is. E, G. Harvey, widow, of being the widow of said J. V. G. Alvarez Addition to Sta..keand ting committee was composed of: :Mrs. Abe Crosby and children EVil, of f>tnrk.... were visiting Mr. have told their property here and
fIOrd County to Carltondon Jones, deceased of Bradford a parcel of land lying south! !Mrs.! Markey, Mrs. McGauley and and Mrs Larson Mintz of Jacksonville anti Mrs. I R N. Crawford last left Tuesday for Orlando where
Williams of Bradford County to Pearl Dees of Bradford of lots 9, 10, 11 and 12, block 4, Mrs. Hargraves. The new officers were visiting their parents Wednesday afternoon. they will make their Tuture home.

'y. Warranty deed to 2 1-2 County. Deed made and recorded J. G. Alvarez Addition to Starke. were: Mrs. Otis Berry, president Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gaineylast We hate to lose them from our

made April 22, 1938, and June 29 to lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 6 Deed made July 17 and filed July ; Mrs. Hargraves Vice- week. G. B. Colson has an his guests i community but wish them much

,!led June 29. and 7 in block 15 and lot 6 of 18. president; Mrs. Long, Treasurer, Don't forget Sunday School and this week his sister, Mrs. A T success In their new home.E. .

rkln D. Weeks and R. A. block 30 except 80 feet on east I Eva Mae Thomas and A. J. and Mrs. Markey, Secretary. Mrs. church every Sunday morning at Williams of Cleveland, Ohio, and S. Sibley was a business

a, of Brooker, to A. A. and being in Blanton's Addition; I Thomas of Starke, to Ina Bennett Baird gave a. report of the cafe the Baptist Church Come. his niece, Mrs. Walter Weahk, visitor t wright of Duval County and block 9 except lot 52 1-2 feet of Lawtey. Deed to 4 1-2 acres teria. She stated that the girls Notice ind Mr. Weahk of Teanrck, N. J, week.
arty deed to two acres on square in southeast corner In made July 18 and filed July 18. were all certified N. Y. A. girls, I wish to thank each and every) Vlr. Colson had not seen his sts- Friends of W. S. Sibley will be

>rd Lake made July 3 and Wright's Addition, all in Hamp- Morgan Securities Company, and that the P.-T. A. will pay the one who has been pending in ter In twelve years. While here glad to know he Is rapidly Im-

July 3. ton. Corporation existing under laws of girls up to the time they are certified news, and I try my best to get ho visitors plan to see the most proving, although al l11l confined to
A. Davis and wife, Lee Per- Biilah Edwards, single, of Brad- New Jersey, to W. L. Wall of by the government and the this news in the paper, but some Interesting parts of Florida. the Veteran's Hospital at Lake

n Davis, of Starke, to SanE. ford County, to Amanda Silcox, Starke. Deed to 196 acres made cafeteria Is growing every day. times your Items are too late forI Mrs Lorrna Strayhorn of Wlld- City.
RItch of Ralford. Ware formerly Amanda Edwards, of July 15 and filed July 19. I The P.-T. A. voted $2.70 for pay- have to get my news off on the vood and Mrs. Alph Hazen of Orlando Rev Burton of Hampton attended -
deed to 5 acres made July Starke. Lots 3, 4, 13 and 14 In L. D. Vining and Charlie Lou ) Ing for the oil cloth the cafeteria evening mall Tuesday. Won't you spent the night here en Church here Sunday even-

|l filed July 7. Everly's Addition to Starke. Warranty Vining of Starke, to R. V. Alvarezof \used, $5.00 for elementary grades try to get your items to me byMonday route to North Carolina. Mrs. ing.
urge \V Sheffield and "wile deed made May 5, 1931, and Bradford County. Special warranty play ground "'-eq lpment, about of eachweek? I um taking Strayhoin Is the daughter of Mr. Rev Warren delivered a very

E. Sheffield of Providence, recorded July 5. deed to 2 acres made July $8.00 for the upper grades playground this way to let you know why and Mrs Mann Hazen. I Interesting sermon to a large congregation -
to Tax deed to Otis E. Leach for I 15 and filed July 19. .00 to do not Sunday night;
Island to G. W. Hall and L equipment, and $5 sometimes you see your Mr. and Mrs Grady Baxter of 1
Hull ot Bradford County 120 acres filed July 3. Mary Hopkins unmarried, of make a payment on the visual aid Items. You do not sign your Baldwin were recent guests of i Great interest' la being shown

anty deed to 5 acres made F. A. Scott, C. A. Knight and I Bradford County to Louisa B. goods that were ordered. name so I never know who it la tfi-H. Baxter'a mother, Mm, R. 1'. here in the revival meeting con-
29 and filed July 6. R. F. Clark, as Trustees of the Uglow[ of Starke. Deed to block I It wall voted to reimburse Mrs from, but thanks just the "''I me. .ewis ducted by Rev ('has Robinson of

J. Terry and Julia Terry of First Presbyterian Church of number 91 in Lake Cemetery as Ifargrnves for expenses while car -Mrs. L. L Parker. Mr and Mrs. Fred Hazen and Melrose. Everybody U Invited to

ford County to J. P. Wyrick Starke, to A. T. Paul of Starke. per Lagergrt'n survey made Au- rying children to be Immunized Cemetery::: Working family returned recently from a coma and enjoy the singing and
Lois Wyrick of Bradford Deed to lots 1 and 2 of block 27 gust 28 1920. and filed July 19. md to pny for telegrams which There will be H cemetery work- visit with relatives In Palutkaind wonderful sermoiw.Monogrammed .

iy. Warranty deed to 10 Livingston, Truby and Company's F. A. Scott. R F Clark and he sent in behalf of the school.It Ing at New Hope Church on Wed- St. Augustine.Mr. ..._ ._._.
i made Nov 1, 1938, and re- Addition to Starke made October C. A. Knight Trustees of the LivIngston was voted to buy a steel cot for nesday after the Second SundayIn and Mrs. R. T. Hitrgraves
i TuIJl 14. 31, 1938, and filed July 6. Trust, Fund of the Presbyterian the health department of the this month. Come prepared to IInd family returned recently from personal station-

L Wall and Murla Weeks Tax: Deed issued to Ruby A. : Church of Starke, to Nesby school and to have the quilts stay until it Is finished. Everybody a i visit with Mr Hargruves' mother try at the Bradford County Tele-
of Starke, S. T. Dell and 01- Montague for lots 8 and 9, block Jackson of Starke Quit-Claim :cleaned that belonged to the restrooms welcome. In St. Petersburg graph.
and Company's iced to went half of block 40 in _.. .
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Peeks Dell of Gainesville, J. 16 Livingston, Truby I -- ---- -- ---- -
Irownlet and Maude Weeks Addition to Starke filed Livingston Truby and Company's a report ;!

alee Jt Starke, R. A. Weeks July 8.Margaret. I Addition to Starke made July 2, about Mrs.those Hargraves who met gave the Board In'' iXJ c 9)oooo Facts That Concern You No 10 DIG ..rl...
28.
Larkin Weeks of Brooker, J. Byrd widow, Rosa 1938, and recorded July The
ehalf of the county nurse.
E Wilson and Dea Weeksn Jones and R. R. Jones, J. N'I W. A. Jones and Hettle W. that if Tallahassee i'
voted
Board
of Starke to Sammy :Mc'Ethel Byrd and Lola Byrd and lona Tones his wife, of Theressa of Amer-to"ontalner !would approve the nurse would be I'[

) May Covington and Byrd single, of Hillsborough Corporation! Then the committee -
laret Barrow and J. W. lea.: Timber deed to pine trees able to stay on. ,
McBride of Bradford County Ethel
; to the county commissioners -
|ty Warranty deed to land Barrow of Duval County; W. P. expiring August 1. 1941, on 33 went and asked that more HE'S @ W : \
21 and filed July
of Brevard acres made July
ford! made December 19, Byrd and Mary Byrd money be given for the county
i and recorded July 17. County; Mabel Price and W. P. 29. Mrs. Hickok
beth G Lamb and her hus- Price and D. M. Byrd of Volusia Empire Lumber Company to A. nurse's expenses. .
and a "
I James Lamb of Starke to constituting all of the A. Edwards of Bradford County. was at this meeting gave 7S. _
County, health work that
the @
about 3
deed to land in Bradford talk [$ [ AS HE
Sparks of Starke. Lots 1, leirs at law of Daniel J. Byrd deceased Warranty 19 and filed July has been done for this communityand
made April
I and 12 block 4 of J. G. Al- to T. L. Casey of Hills- made a check up on what has
Addition to Starke. War- borough County. Deed to 80 31. been done for the crippled child-

I ren. She said she was ready with
nilOOKERBy while for which to strive as did meant by a "goal." She asked films at any time we wanted them WAS11932! !

Mrs. u L. Parker the Pilgrims of old. He recalled each boy and girl to respond to and that she would spend Thursday WAS THIS. Bl6-+ _
certain of his own experiences,, all the good talks the older folks'' of each week in and around BEERTODAY

School- and let each boy and girl see the had made by saying all together Brooker. The P.-T. A. also votedto
Opens opportunities at hand to grow and "We have hitched our wagons to I' ask the Board for books for cRoP
Monday morning, July 31, the Stars." The boys and girls responded the library that they promised : .._,
11 t pupils, board members, learn.Mr. and thus another year began -I this The
helpful, would give year.
genial they
Crews our
' ARMI'
fathers, mothers, and teach- several was for Brooker school with 168 next meeting will be the first fil"GI'ST
trustee for years
Tived at the Brooker school enrolled. ZA TIONTHE FARMER
present to let us know he is withus pupils Monday In September and there BEFORE RE-LEGAU
-ln
; another year of work. 100 per cent when it comes to The faculty consists of: G. E. will be an installation of officers. HAD A TWO MILLION DOLLAR YEARLY IN
\was fine to see such a gen- school. We gave McGauley, principal and ninth Everybody is asked to come and
a good
having
Interest manifested by such him a/ big hand of applause to grade; Harmon Morgan 7th and take part In these meetings. We MARKET FOR. HIS BEER CROPS. /939

.ge group of our patrons and show our appreciation.Then 8th grades; Melvin Futch, 6th I' want you, and need ;you, won't TODAY BEER PAYS ONE HUNDRED
e leathers and feel Mrs. Muriel Norman, 4th
pupils grade; you come 1Mr.
our principal, Mr. Me- MILLION! DOLLARS ANNUALLY FOR ITS'
the spirit of cooperation Is and and 5th grades; Mrs. Sorchle .. R. T. Hargraves: and Mrs.
us 100 percent. Gauley explained rules things regu-Including Baird, 3rd grade and Music; Mrs. Sorchle Baird had supper with CROPS. BEER CROP-LANDS WOULD COVER

ted t < on the the lations governing many Melva Harrell, 2nd grade; Mrs. Miss Neuton and Miss Eddie
stage
were requirements ALMOST ALL THE FARM AREA OF FIVE
pA Crosby, E. J. Lewis; buses, to age school report Annie Laurie Morgan, 1st grade. Monday night in Gainesville, Miss 1 1I
'i board member; Clyde KelJ for cards entrance and grades. He stressedthe The Cafeteria opened its doors Eddie left Tuesday morning to fly NEW ENGLAND 5TATES-3OOOOOO ACRES J it

Crews, trustees; and G. of attendance every- Tuesday morning and It Is hoped to Brazil to visit Mrs. Hargraves'father MS* BMa i IMBBH M'
oCauley. necessity school will function and sister Dr. and Mra. ,
Principal, who pre- the necessity this part of the
day, and also explained of all books.i efficiently and that every, Ross, formerly of the University I ALSOBEER PAYS A MILLION DOLLARS A
care
of taking
Crosby opened the devo- i Mr. Melvin Futch was introduced child will eat a hot lunch every I of Florida. Miss Eddie and Miss DAY IN TAXES AND MAKES MILLION JOBS .
' exercises by reading from as the new member on the day. The prevailing price of five II Neuton are librarians at the University. s

role' and giving prayer. He faculty and in a few well chosen cents will be charged. Food will I has AND NOW. TO KEEP BEERS MANV BENEFITS,
*'ed this 1 be the best; and the service clean Mrs. Harmon Morgan gone
with an inspiring remarks he expressed his pleasurein mother FO YOU AND FOR THEM AMERICA'5
on the teachersand and courteous.Lee to Hampton to visit her u
subject "Wasted Brooker's
Op- of
lillY, wing the story of the being pledged one his cooperation. Gainey is our new school ,I who is very 111. We wish her a SKEWERS WANT TO HELP KEEP BEER

ts' which he had read to asked Mrs. Sor, custodian and we know he will be speedy recovery.Mr. Gainesville RETAILING- WHOLESOME AS BEER .*
Lewis of
McGauley
Mr. Malcolm "
hIs comparisons. the Job with a smile, and service M'' J. "
school ; on ITSELF. THEIR PROGRAM WILL INTEREST ,
Mr.
chie Baird to speak to the at all times.Double was visiting his parents, -ri {
to help us
Xi gave an enlightening: replied by asking all the I and Mrs. C. J. Lewis, this week- LOCAL LAW AUTHORITIES.. AMP '{O! ,
she
1itlon of and WeddingMisses '
his
efforts In be- said she WE SEND YOU THE FACTS? i '
of She ; MAY
OUr stand. end.Mr. '
school. We feel we children to Hazel and Virginia; and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and .
boar member who does wanted every child to have a part daughters of Mr. Malcolm, Iva Mae and
:bing asked Crews, lovely I children, For free booUtl,Jtlrf.., UniteJBrtwerllnduitritUF -
I he can to help our in the exercises, too. So she and Mrs. Wally Crews, became I Allen were visiting Mr Lewis' < mien,JflEa.UJthS'.N.wY '7k.N.Y, ,
and< their armsas \
., Wft Pledge him our com them to stretch up the brides of Earl Chesser and I sister, Mrs. Mack Hunter, and !
ken (J -. he undertakes forK high as they could and im- Breaden of Alachua County family of Lake City Sunday. .g f 1 ;)
the Joe '
,
agine they were touching stretched near LaCrosse in a quiet ceremony I Mrs. Charles Hardee and daughter BEER..a beverage of moderation
'Iy, one of our trustees) stars. When they had asked solemnUed Friday night. July 28. Heba Lee, we.vllltlllC In 1' ,
a "ways on the Job when It and relaxed muscles she The Rev. Moody of LaCrossewas Lake City Monday.We ; 0 ',f0
s to helping Brooker was them to be seated. Then she said" the officiating clergyman. are glad to report that Mrs. 1

all the program. He made A few words concerning "goal* Immediately following the ceremony 1.. A. Brown, who baa been IU *t +
talk and called our ttea- which the others had been talking I they left tor the East Coast her home here la better, tnat-J '
to what was
lIaV1n& something worth about and she explained ,.

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('wedding marches were used for Baptist Circles Meet

I CLUBS Miss Hazel Lennon : the processional and recessional.The Four circles of the Baptist W. MUSICAL FILM
SOCIETY and Weds Mr. TomlinsonIn '
In AT
mar-
bride was given M. S., met this week for interest- RITZ

n_ I Church Ceremony I' riage by her brother, Charles Ing sessions.
.
-
-- and had asher "Rose
lon, Mrs. C. Chastain, Mrs. Lynn I Miss Hazel Lennon daughter of | Lennon of Lec-sburg, Circle No. 1 met with Mrs. M. of \\ 0 K' I irnone
Honor her matron of of the ...,
Misses\ Dowling attendant
Three Visitors HonoredAt Hall, Mrs. Neita Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. E. Lennon, became I only F. Hazen with the leader, Mrs.L. a :
Visitors At Supper bride of Toml;neon, i i honor. the de- musical fun ? a
Coca-Cola Party Mrs. J. H. Wadsworth, all visitors the Eldridge Kenneth Tomlinson of Jackson G. Powell, conducting Theatre Sun ''he Ri
Lowry of Mary son of Mr. .and Mrs. J. W. Tom votli nal. During the business i I
Misses Evelyn and Marjorie Miss Margaret bridegroom,
from Hampton, gave Interestingtalks ville, brother of the engagementfavorites i
of Mist linson, of Jacksonville, at four were made for the ,
session plans "
house
hostesses Friday ville, Tenn.. guest tONe ,
Stump were during the meeting. Other acted as best man. ,+,i! h:
Martha Long of o'clock Sunday afternoon, August W. M. U. of the New River '
their when Jean Davis, Miss rally 't.' en
zooming at home they talks were made by Mrs. Ira Wilson The lovely young bride was attired Faye and TVI.. j Al,
of Miss Gayle Sew- 6, In the First Baptist Church Association to be held today at i I. 'I. *' .
Bartow
Coca-Cola partyIn guest
entertained at a :Mrs. Ruby McKinney, Mrs. I In a light blue' dress trim- marking infamous .nd a
of Miss Margaret Holland ell, and Miss Loral Bennett of with the Rev. A. E. Lightfoot per- the local Baptist Church A cov ', ,'lf .0\1 i .
honor Rogers, Mrs. Andrews and Mrs. med In white and with this she blac-u f Jomce ,
of Dublin, Ga., Miss Eliza- Ellljny, Ga., house guest of Mr. Johns. forming the ring ceremony. I white accessories. Her flowers ered-dish luncheon was also plan- ,
beth Joiner of Cedartown, Ga., and Mrs. C. A. Knight, were hon- The church was decorated with wore of ned for next Wednesday, when One of the ,? '''inefmh
A "Have Thine shoulder corsage of rye
and Miss Edna Pearce of Miami. or guests Tuesday night when special song" all white asters against a background -I were a this circle will study the book recent jvais, .rt

Attractive arrangements of Misses Marlon and Helen Dowling I Own Way, Lord, was renderedby of potted palms and ferns tiny white asters. "How, When, and Why" Mrs. Ington Squai .' "."'. Watw" ,.
Mrs. Chastain and Mrs. And- attended Bradford County such!
She
roses and zinnias were placed to entertained at a weiner roast and In the chancel. In standard bas- I : Hazen, assisted by Mrs. Ida Lee favorites UK \ \Ian.
'
rews, accompanied at the piano by High School and for the past Toot T(
kets on either aIde of the altar salad to the Tootsie ;
advantage in the living room bingo party. Cone, served a course ;>0r1,
I Mrs. Guy. Concluding the pro- eighteen months has been employed You % i ij|
of the Cry, ,
where the guests were entertained. The guests met at 7:30: o'clockat were artistic arrangements ten members present. "JII j 1 .""i
Jack-
gram was a reading "A RaggedOld I In J. C. Penny's store in There Aval,
are
flower. IK)
arrival the guests were home and roast- predominating
Upon the Dowling's l 1'niv Of
Lady, given by Mrs. Wilson
nerved refreshments of soft ed weiners In the fire place of the Prior to the ceremony, a pro sonville. songs to be mr', )>: ''V
Tomlinson was graduatedfrom The home of Mrs. J. L. Silcox lovely A1
Mr.
Mrs Saxon adjourned the meet Faye.
drinks, open faced sandwiches and out door living room. gram of nuptial jnuslc was played
with one of the Jacksonville high was the meeting place for Circle
Ing prayer.
mints by Mrs. Levy A. Canova, pianistof I The story
Following the weiner roast the Is book- This also discussed IN mat .)1
at No.2.
During the morning games of I During the social hour tempting the church. Lizt's "Liebestraum" schools and present group who loved hei. 'WOIt
guests were invited Into the living I a u,
and at the .Iad
line.
for
bus rally
for a plans today's
keeper kept
Chinese Checkers were played refreshments of lemonade, cakes, was softly played during loving him ,
room where they were entertainedat I After a wedding trip to Miami close of the meeting, Mrs. Silcox ;al'I'' ''Igh 1 11&rtcj\
and the prize, a linen handker- and cookies were served by the the service. Mrs. E. L. Blgga, her and hurtheartbreak +
chief, was presented to Miss Mar- bingo. hostesses, Mrs. Wilson and Mrs soloist, sang "Love Is Mine" by the young couple will return to served delicious refreshments' to ,m.. ''nd brou
.
,
" t garet Holland. Early American The Interior of the home was_ Andrews. Frank Grey. The traditionalnd 1, Jacksonville where they will make the six members present. thrillingly told! .''s both n
be [ 11 d t d with _ft r +It.
I suit u yrangements score e their home. rnUeitOIlt
cosmetic sets were present I 0-
Spice melody of the -
of zinnias and other I ,
out-of-town guestsat deco
, ed to the three honorees by their Among the I Mrs H. L. Hough, leader of
Summer flowers. Carolyn Callstreet wedding weret I Mr. and Tuesday tho h r
I the
I hostesses as mementoes of the occasion. Circle No. 3, conducted the devo- Lady's bring,
At the conclusion of the games Mrs. H. L. Booher of Ocala, Mr. tional when this group met with From tv-mucky" r:t
Miss Clara Flume awardedthe W. Tomlinson and George Raft i Jo ,lien
the morning with the was and Mrs. J. at Drew. Hu
Barefoot
Enjoying
I Mrs. P. M. Kingsley ,
MlsHes Stump and the honorees high prize, a box of home- What{ She Sees, Hears, a Does. two small daughters and Mr. and LakeAt the conclusion of the Herbert, and Zat' puts

were Miss Virginia Fugate, Mlsa made candy. The hostesses pre- I Mrs. Kenneth Tomlinson, all of business session, Mrs. Barefoot, Wednesday an... rhursday ?
Lois Adklna, and Ml&a Lillian sented the three honorees with Here I am again folks, and now from my home town." Powell Jacksonville. assisted by Misses Juanita and bring "The OKiiihoma Kld"J.

Stump. linen handkerchiefs as gifts of that I've broken the ice, so to countered with, "I came to see I I roaring drama ot I she' West
Sara Barefoot, served an iced Iii
+-- rememberance of this delightful speak, I can really swing into this show because I know the : Methodist Church Circles ring James Cagm aa
course to six'members and three Blllv t
affair. this gossip business with the whole Canova Kid famed .
Picnic family, they're from badm J' of
Spend-The-Day Hold Interesting Meeting visitors. anM,,
Mrs. E. J. Dowling assisted her proper degree of gusto witha my home town!" some repartee -I generation i.. ,. m

Enjoyed at Crystal LakeAn daughters In entertaining their little shove, of course, beinga eh what? Monday Afternoon role of his twn.gun. "'areer tough,
enjoyable event of Mondaywas rather VeJleltlous ( nice I Circle No. 4 met at the home of he gallops\ i
guests. Leila Mundy back from her first Mrs. Li. D. Green and Mrs. A. F. over M' screen In t
the upend-the-day picnic held Those enjoying the evening : word for lazy) person vlait with Dot In Tallahassee since Saula entertained Circle Number Mrs. V. H. Carden where the devotional lusty drama of un,. rlcas I
at the summer home of Senator : Such fun 1 III. hope I lest
with the hostesses were the three r you the latter'a marriage a month I One of the Woman's Society of was conducted by the days.
and Mrs. C. E. Johns on Crystal enjoy reading It as much aa I do
Dot's and Service of the Methodist
Lake. honorees, Miss Long, Misa Lowry, seems that ago happy takingto Christian I leader, Mrs. L. A. Canova. She
and Miss Bennett, Miss Jean I.writing everyone married life like a duck to church, on Monday afternoon, at
The cottage was attractive with who ever lived In our fair city has was assisted by several membersIn SOt"\EMIRS
Davis, Miss Gayle Sewell, Miss water we're still remembering the attractive country home of O
potted plants and wild fern. Clara Flume, Miss Ida Lee Cone, returned for a visit this summer a beautiful blond bride, a the former. discussion and prayer. Duringthe S TURKSf
The guests met at ten o'clock .
"old home week"
just one GIFTSY
and Miss Carolyn Green.Vomen's .. handsome bridegroom, and a love- The meeting was opened with a social hour, Mrs. Carden, as-
and enjoyed swimming, boating, .
+ after another such a pleasureto ly wedding Mac Toffalete (the selection from the Bible and prayer sisted Miss Janelle Lire1Iit.'ntnn: Shipped(
and other water sports in the see them: and the best partof handsome with the Miss by Hutchlngs, '\11.\h"re
young man by the circle chairman,
morning and afternoon. \ Organization served a salad course to the thirteen S
It Is that -
they keep right on
black, black eyes) left Tuesday to Olive Ray A beautiful spirituallife 121 W Ua> "St' Jar
At 12:30: o'clock a picnic lunch Has Church VisitorsThe being home folks no'matter how members who were present. 1 yk
fill a place In the Chtpley bank lesson entitled "The Quest

was table.spread on the large dining members of the Women'sOrganization far they stray away Mr. and '. too bad. Mac made a for Happiness" was read by Mrs. ':-,-- ---u__ _____,__.____
Mrs. Don Morris and little daughter -
of the Christian number of friends during his brief T. J. Griffin. "Cleaner and Hap- "

affair_Those were enjoying Mrs.i th John's delightful niece, Ch a rc hhd ea thi r guee t e P'i- I enjoying three weeks visIt stay In the Fla. Dank here . pier," an article on community 1, ,FLOWERS
with the C. A. Knights livIng
day afternoon at their regular hate to see him go house work In El Paso, Texas, was
Snookie of Bllt-
:Miss Corpening way out In West Florida, All orders filled with more N C.. Miss Jean DavIs and meeting the ladles of the Women's The Ritz gets swankier every reviewed by Mrs. Eugene L. Mat- consider'
Lena Belle doesn't get home near- tlon for the
house guest, Miss Margaret Lowryof Council of the Hampton Church. day Mina has certainly made thews; after which Mrs. J. W. requirement ot th< indlvUuiL
ly often enough to suit me r
I e attention
Special given to [
some improvements (deserves a White talked on missionary workin promptness and
Maryvillc, Tenn., Misses Marlon The meeting was opened by the Main dragging ot a :Saturday r '
I lot of credit, that girl already Africa. The program was clos- economy.
and Helen Howling, Miss Carolyn president, Mrs. W. L. Andrews. morning Dorothy White hurrying -
Green, Miss Gloria Johns of Jacksonville After a brief business meeting, she to work fresh looks like a big town theatre and ed by Miss Amelia Ray giving
I I looking so
isn't completed yet. Neon items from the Missionary Bulletin Mrs. L. G. Powell
Miss Loral Bennett of introduced Mrs. H. N. Griffin, of and pretty in dark blue trimmedIn

Kllljny, Ga.. MIss Gayle Sewell Hampton, who led the devotional I pink John Inman home lights will son Illuminate the i Phone 123-J

and house guest Miss Martha using as her subject from Tallahassee for the week- marquee Estelle Black in I The circle chairman presided .....--------.--------..-.,----
"Talents'1 town Monday as after over a business session, and at I
Long of IJartow. Mrs. J T. Guy, Mrs. I end, shaking hands with every- peppy ever
her serious lllnens others on j I this time It was decided that the,
body, and looking as If he's gaIn- '
the sick list better fast circle would towel shower
getting give a ,
ed a little weight Edna II
are Miriam (Jacobs) Nussbaumand for the Wolf Settlement House In': GOODRICH TIRES AND BATTERIES
Pearce, Dot Bishop, and Doahla '!
1 I Comer Long Tampa. Each member was re-
Smith passing by bet they'replanning I
a party first time Everybody talking about the quested to bring one or more :, ZENITH and MOTOROLA RADIOS
I. Rotary-sponsored tennis tourna- towels to the circle meeting in :
i the girls have been together thIs

summer Mrs. Vining and her ment the boys won't need any September, as the shower will be' SOLD ON EASY TERMS:

.I1..1. two charming visitors the urging to make them enter, but given at that time. Mrs. M. B. :

Chan Stlths shopping around how's about the 'lady folks Herlong extended an Invitation for ,
Est. 1894
"The Dependable Store"WHILE he's enjoying the fishing and she come on glrln those shorts on the circle to meet with her In''

the cool Klngsley breezes after the tennis court attract a lot of I September. i i' STERN'S GARAGE

sweltering in Washington, D. C. attention good chance to hog During\ the social half-hour the

THEY LASTREDUCTION the spotlight for once only a | hostesses, assisted by Miss Elsie STARKE FLORIDA

Personal nomination for the few more days to get In practice i, Green served a refreshing Ice i,

I sauciest hair-do of the week: Mrs. better get busy course. !
I _______
I D. P. Carpenter's at a glance Jock Griffia in town Sunday .

Lillian Sternberg is certainly energetic as ever Jock's aj i Circle Number Two was entertained '

% sun-tanned Out Kingsley way a hard worker and making good'in by Mrs. A. H. Green and i ON BERRY MARKETHaU's

50 the Toney family have returned Leesburg as auto salesman I Mrs. L. C. Ray at the home of'

to Mississippi after two He and Dot are now buying their j the former. Pink coral vine and '

months In the Canova cottage own home there And speaking j zinnias added a bright note of color '

wo're gonna miss them Amongthe of home-owning, the local situation to the living room where the GroceryCOOKING

out-of-towners doing a little la looking up only a mat- guests were seated. I I I
ONMEN'S plain and fancy bowling at Pope's ter of days now until the Frank i In the absence of the program I.

Saturday night were the Herbert Landruma move under their at- I chairman, Mrs. L. D. Vining, the i

Durdcns (formerly of Georgy, now tractive new roof on Church St.I' study for the afternoon was led '; OIL Gallon jjci
,
1 of Deland) the Carlyle Rltchs and the J. P. Warrens will' by Mrs. L. C. Ray. Mrs. Frank | _
SUMMER PANTSMEN'S
(Gainesville) Margaret and follow soon, right next door Robinson talked on "Our Work In ':

Jimmy Adkins (Gainesville) there are rumors of others, and I Cuba," and read an Interesting I SOL FLOUR 241bs. 60c

SUMMER SHOESMEN'S I How to keep from growing old we'll try to give you the facts letter from the Rev. Garfield ,

i a high dive from a low soon something nice and I Evans who has recently gone' 32c
SUMMER HATS there from Florida. Mrs. SOL FLOUR 12k!
board A plane soaring high wholesome about a young; couple S. s.1

over Kingsley, playing peekaboowith building a home ,. lets hope for Dowling reviewed "Our ,

MEN'S BATHING SUITS the clouds still get a more activity along this line Among the Mexicans In Texas." CHIEF 24 ibs. 54c

thrill when I see one just a Overheard In swimming:" I don't Mrs. A. Wood conducted the devotional FLOUR

LADIES' SUMMER SHOES small-town girl I guess believe In so much divorce. If I service, using as her sub ,

Tommy and Annie Mae Kemper. ever get married that man's ject "the great need of the practice SQUARE DEAL FLOUR 24 lbs. 57c

back in town after two weeks In. gonna be stuck for life!" be- of taking time for a quiet ,

the Torode cottage still tak- aide the lake road: a long-legged !, hour with God." -

ing a much-needed vacation white heron, the kind you see Mrs. Pearl Simpson, circle 7c

'/ Wondering why do we weak along the Tamlaml Trail .j chairman! conducted a short busi- BACON, Western Side, lb. |

ENJOY A REAL SOUTHERN STYLE mortals run the full length of a funny how one bird can lend so ness meeting and arranged tor 1&

pier to end up In a belly-buster? much tropical atmosphere flowers to be placed in the church MILK, Any Kind, 3 Tall Cans

On Call St. campus Powell made me feel like going Into my during the coming month.
CHICKEN DINNERAT : Carpenter home chuck full of best Green Corn Dance .the After the meeting had adjourned Kitchen Matches Compound Lard

stories about his trip sorry I couple spooning southeast of the hostesses, Mrs. Green and 2 ',''It
_
Packages __________ 5c Pound ___
haven't room for them all Bert's filling station Sunday night Mrs. Ray, served tempting ice
Powell saw Judy Canova's show might have thought they were cream and cake. Macaroni Tomatoes

says the show was mediocrebut secluded, but they weren't 2 Packages ________? 5c Big Can __ 5e
HALL'S Judy was magnificent attting, beside the road, no less! BirthsMr.
RESTAURANT
between acts some large female In ah, youth and Mrs. Edwin F. Conway Peas Onions I0c

the next seat turned to Powell and Those attractive secretaries of Starke, girl, August 7. No.,,2 Can ___________ 5c 3 Pounds -
aald, "I came to tea this show because Congressman Green will liven up Mr. and Mrs. Floyd R. Crosby,I

I know Dixie Dunbar, she's the town from now until January Starke, girl August 7. Dill Pickles. Meal
STEAK 1
CHICKEN UK: AUK PLEASED I air. and Mrs Truby Thornton, Full Quart ___________ 9c 10 Pounds
Dig Juicy Western Plate TO ANNOUNCE Union County, boy, August 7.
Plate Lunch ------ 35c Mr. and Mrs. Fred Salt Grits
Lunch ___________ 25c Hazen,
Regular Dinner with Regular Dinner with That. I"or..p w* hnv. catered!. the Im.t Starke girl, August 4. 2 Packages _________ 5c 10 Pounds -

plenty? Vegetables 50c Potatoes and Vegetables50c dairy our.rlir bMlumi> to roatl and."I.a..th... Arlene already here Essie Potatoes Corn Flakes *l
.
.. I
kith < >alltr andrntlr will arrive
that |k a a tttrnKlvm early in the week 10 Pounds __________ 16c Package __ __ .
Edith
la. the pa... Rowe recently made the

NOT n. MATIIKWHJKHHY "Red's Pepper Box" column of Country Roll Butter Rice
STEAMING HOT ROLLS MOOHH the Lake City Reporter Red Blue Rose
said: "Edith Pound _____ 25c Ik
Rowe was ----------
ALSO DELICIOUS SANDWICHES a visitor FANCY--S lbs
-SERVED WITH from Starke
during the
past week Sugar .Oc
Ibs.
at the home of Mr. FAN C\ .-*
and Extra
POTATO CHIPS James Hair. Edith, Mrs who 5 Pounds ___________ 23c __

AND DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES graduated from the high school

kindergarten in the Strawberry MARKET SPECIALS ---

City last year, thinks Lake City I

is like New YOlk, compared


SANDWICHES Our Kitchen Is One of MATH EWS'MODEL Edith her home, if you town will. ever. And check with NECK BONES Ib. - .. -

liar- B-Cue Pork 15c ,sidewalks in both places ,
the
Hamburger -_ 5c Cleanest and MostSanitary I Q:, 9z I I. Thassa insulk We have per-, FRESH 121/'/

i I in teState fectly good sidewalks in Starke, RIBS lb. - -

Hamburger ___ lOc Red. 'cept, of course, no one ,

DAIRY .- \ ... ever uses 'em any more .

everybody rides now Steaks -
-- Fancy \Western {
I STARKE. FLORIDA 'SEYK' Lois Adkins to teach In the city

HAL L SON BERRY MARKET next year Starke's loss, Jax's

gain But enough of this drivel

QNE QUART LIQUID SEALED BB 48 ws w for one week 10 long see GET OURPRICES
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BITS of LOCAL NEWS Misses Myrtice and Floried KIll- 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Clementsand Small Blaze I File folders at the Br.i'Iford
ingsworth and Mlsa Mart lie Hemingway two daughters, Wllla Lee and

,) I have returned after enJoying Betty Jean, of Sablnal, Texas, The fire department was called I County Telegraph.

jI,j w. Thomlacksonville- D. P. Carpenter returned Sun- Miss I a weeks' visit In Atlanta, who are visiting relatives in Lake out around 6:30: o'clock Tuesday _. ,. .,.__
Betty Green ------ '
has afternoon -
VI returned Git., I to extinguish a blazeIn -
,I d I day night from a week's trip to I to her as guests of Misses Killings- Butler, were luncheon guests
.i t In Boston and 'the World's Fair in home In Jacksonville after I worth's mother, :tetra Bert Klll- Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. L. A.I the home of Matilda Lee on
.i'j spending several weeks with her Ingworth. Canova. Church Street. The fire resulted RITZ THEATRE
11' New York City.
. 'j. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. B. from the explosion of a tank on
Eva
,rut 1 Miss
" S. Edwards.
I KI a kerosene stove. Very little
\' ..pen I', Hin ..Jack1 Mrs. E. J, Wolfe and daughter, \Ve specialize in portraits of I Mra. Charles Burton has returned damage to the dwelling resulted. ST ARI\E: FLORIDA
h.'( Miss Elizabeth Wolfe, of Orange- Mrs. men. have YOU had a good one to her home In Rome, Ga., .

v! burg, S. C., are guests of Mr. and the George Apple of Ocala was made reoMilIy. It means. so muchto after a visit here with her father, Fri & Sat., Aug. 11-12
.I'| !1 this week- Mrs. W. P. Smith. guest Thursday of last week the family, and coat no lit tits J. U. Rowe. She was accompaniedby Bond TrusteesThe
::1 laile art of Miss Pearl DOUBLE FEATURE --
t the guest of Manning. She was I Somrtlme It will be too late Misses Ruth and Edith Rowe Boned: of County Bond

j':1j'' gastingl Mr and Mrs. S. A. Weldon and on Flint her, Mich.way to spend a vacation In| Spare a few minute :NOW, and and Enza Weaver who will visit Trustees met In the City Hall "Home on The Prairie"
roes
j'I nee Hoover Itroa. Studio her there. and
I -- children returned home Monday I Monday morning transacted GENE AUTRY

John'' tell l8 spend- night from a t,n days visit with ] routine business. One of the principal i
\
) week ,n .\ Augustine relatives In Georgia. Miss Gloria Johns returned to Mr. and Mrs. Guy H. Sale, Mr. Friends of Guy Andrews, who matters decided was to work I "Everybody's Baby"

a"'j Uses ", -- I her home In Jacksonville after and Mrs. Les Parham, and Miss holds a responsible position with the graded road from Lawtey to Jones Family

. : Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Boyd and I spending the past week here with Gladys Yates, all of Tallahassee, the Department of Agricultural the State Farm Road on to State

L A' yVvni "t Hampton Is daughter, Freidel, of Dunedin, ''T.her grandparents, .Mr. and Mrs and David Lanier of Madison, will Economics, will be Interested to I Road 28.

her aisle Mrs. T. C. were here Saturday visiting Mr. J. Griffin. be guests this wee -end of Mr. learn that ho has been transferred Sun. A Mon., Aug. 13-14 i

in Mlam and Mrs L. C. Ray. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mr. to Gainesville after being In her generosity, to present it to "ROSE OF WASHINGTON

I Mr. and Mrs G. C. White and and Mrs. J. B. Sapp. Montgomery, Ala, and Atlanta, you. SQUARE"

B. Sflpp and Mrs W. B. Mrs. W. Gibson and son, Billy\ I daughter Frances, will arrive to- : Ga., for the past few years. He I 1 cup butter.

: were Vi"l n relatives In of St. Petersburg are guests of | morrow for a two weeks' vacation I Mrs. Tolbert Black of Macclenny was a visitor to Starke WednesRecipes 1 cup sugar. Alice Faye Power

; lie Wedn lay Mrs. Gibson's parents, Mr. and with Mrs. J. W. White and Mrs. was the guest Monday of her day. r 2 eggs Tyrone

Mrs. T. N. Kendrick. G. C. Anderson. parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick 1- pint r\f-- sweet milkS 1t 1

V. P Ranaali and children She was accompaniedhome I t! teaspoons baking powder.
guests of Mr.j Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Morris Flour to thicken so you can roll Tuesday, August IK
L.
,onville i'' R. Richard of Jacksonville by her sister, Mrs. W. Gib-
" M varez. spent Saturday here with his son- and small daughter, Joan, of Vitae son of St. Petersburg, who spenta and cut dough But do not have "THE LADY'S FROMKENTUCKY" :

in-law and daughter, Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Powell few days In Macclenny. Devil's Food Cake dough too stiff. Make about the

d Mrs trifle Moltt of Mrs. W. J. Epperson. of Callahan.are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell contributedtwo consistency of biscuit dough. George Raft, Ellen Drew! Hugh
vimting friends at Mrs. C. A. Knight. Cream butter and sugar Add f
IY are I Friends of Herbert, Zasu Pitts
of Miss Lillian Moseley her noted recipes to the
and Kingsle' Lake. The Rev. A.' E. Lightfoot la I well-beaten eggs and mix. Add
will regret to learn, that she was Telegraph this week. The firstIs
spending this week at an R. A. Mrs. W. E. Torode spent the seriously Injured In an automobile for th'ever-popular Devil'sFood flour and milk alternately (baking -

T 0 Oval of Brooker Camp at Camp Foster, where he week-end In Tallahassee and Al- accident on the Jacksonville cake. powder Is mixed In with the Wed. & Thurs., Aug. 16-17
Bunday tier. as the guest Is pastor for the I bany, Ga., with Mr. and Mrs. C. i flour). Roll on floured board and
camp. Beach road "TilE OKLAHOMA KID"James
; Wednesday of
M. Mitchell night I And here's the recipe: cut with
indMrs I e l Dowllng. and Mr. and Mrs. Mac doughnut cutter. Fry In
Have had Kelly, respectively. last week. She la recuperating In 3 squares unsweetened choco- deep fat After draining dough- Cagney, Humphrey Bogart,
you a picture mlule
I' St. Luke's Hospital in Jackson-
\ eV ana Mrs. Frank Rob- of the Baby It means so much, ville. late. nuts on brown paper, roll In con- Rosemary Lane

JI' ,n' .n Frank III, and cents so little. See II.oo'l"r'JlrOK. Mrs..W. J.: Epperson and daugh- 1 level teaspoon soda. fectioner's sugar.
-
jesda ''n tacksonville. Studio. I ter, Mary sue, spent Wednesdayand 12. cup hot strong coffee. I
Miss Eva
Rigdon spent Satur-
u_ Thursday in Jacksonville as Cream 1.2 of
cup shorteningwith
day and Sunday in Jacksonville
Ackerson and child- of I guests of Mrs. Epperson's! parents, as 2
brown
C L Friends H. L. Brownlee will the guest" of her brother and sis cups sugar. Add
ooket' were guests Sun- be glad to learn that he is improving Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Richard. ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Arthur, the yolk of 2 eggs, pinch of salt, ASK US ABOUT OUR
Mrs G. P. Barrlsh. I 2 1-2 of flour and 1-2
Il' ana after being confined to cups cup
Rigdon. She
was
accompanied
._ his home because of Illness. I Little Miss Alley Jean Howell of sour milk. Mix and then add
home by Mr. and Mrs.
,
Lucile t Kennedy of Baxley, I lot Jacksonville has returned to Rigdon chocolate mixture (chocolate and

the guest this week of' Mrs. JV. D. Wainwright, Jr., has | her home after spending the past here.who "spent' Sunday afternoon soda melted In the hot coffee) and PROFIT SHARING PLAN

ape inn 'Georgia Haynes. returned to her home after enjoy- '| three weeks here as the guest of beaten egg whites and 1 teaspoon

ing a visit in Miami as the guestof Mr and Mrs. R. L. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. R. L Dyal and vanilla.
lm> Mn) *.V. A. Scott, of Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark. I Bake In
II son Roy Dial, Jr., and Mrs. Per- layers or loaf and Ice
wen -It-end, guests of I 1hand. Mrs. E. E, Burney and with desired
mella Dunn any frosting. Donot
its Mi end Mrs. F. A I two children, and Mr and Mrs. and son Tommy all WASHING POLISHING WAXING
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Register of i I F. A. Moore of Jacksonville are of Albany, Ga., were guests Wednesday over cook. ,
Lake Butler were guests Sunday of Mrs. Dyal's brother and Succt Potato lllftculta.
spending several days at the Grlffla -
Y A Hurris of Galnes- of their son-in-law and daughter cottage on Kingsley Lake. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. And the other recipe Is for AND GREASING OUR SPECIALTY

last Wednesher Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson. j I Halle, They were en route to sweet potato biscuits. We know
di -
lS laughter guesr Mrs. R. A. i Mr. and Mrs. G. C Alderman Jacksonville Beach to spend the you're just an eager to try this Only The Highest Quality Greases Used

Miss Clyde Nelle Thomas returned -i and son, Bruce, of Baltimore, Md., week-end. I recipe as we are. It certainly
home Monday after spend- 'arrived 'sounds
good.
Wednesday for a two
ing a vacation In Ft. Pierce with j weeks' visit with Mr. Alderman's Mrs. F. H. Long has returned 2 eggs.
ntaWordTO her cousin, Mrs. Corlne Gaban. to her home here after spending
mother Mrs. G. W. Alderman. 2 cups mashed cooked sweet
I the past two weeks in Tampa
potatoes. LET US SAVE YOU MONEY ON
Mr. and Mrs. W. Lawson and Mrs. L. with her son, Comer Long, who
| E. Weaver and grand- 1 cup augur.
:D DUcows and two sons, Lowell and Leon, of was confined to Dr. Cook's hospital -
daughter, Ernestine Whitbeck of 1-2 butter.
| cup
Market prices paid on nil Auburndale TIRES TUBES BATTERIES
were guests Monday following a major operation. -
Staunton Va., are guests of Mrs. 3 teaspoons baking powder
a < ""IDOM. box 247, of Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs.
H. A. Lawson. Weaver's brother and sister-in- Long was accompanied homey Flavoring.
,, Fla 331lyr.p I > Comer who will
,
John Chalker returned law Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. recuperatehere. Flour enough to make dough
Sunday)I His friends) will be glad to
LE Improved variety From Middleburg where he spent .j stiff enough to drop. Make up as
nnru ,t iiwhorrv, plants the t +......,.. k .. t. I Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis have learn that he is greatly Improved cake .b tter. Drop by teaspoons
pas wee" s w"u "'s _
M thousand Cheap--;;; Mrs. 0. returned to their home here after ana bake in n hot oven untilDoughnuts
grandmother, A. Chalker.
I Judge and Mrs. A Z. AdkIns CONWAY'S{ SERVICE; STATION
It R 'uild 5-19 2CtpLt ---- spending several weeks in New had as guests over the weekendMr. brown.
Mrs. Bill Page and sons, Billy I York City and other points of interest -
and Mrs. J. C. Adkins Miss
\ Missionary Straw- and Martin, of Lake City are In the New England States. ,
Margaret Adklns, and Ad- RIDE J ) FLORIDA MOTOR LINE HUES For
Jimmy Speed
ill' See Mrs.W. A. guests of Mrs. Page's parents Mr. I We've been requested more .
kins, of Gainesville, Dur-
t "-n's Garage and Mrs. W. II. Struth at Kings- Use cure with jour Kodak SnapMiots Rodney i
''. rance of Tallahassee and Mr. and than once to publish Mrs T. J.Grlffln'a and Comfort (Extra Low Rates)
8-4 2ti ley Lake. and Bee tlitt fine results we
I Mrs. Fred Guy of Jacksonville. recipe for doughnuts. So I II
get; lit flnl-hliiK I horn, Homer II I
I Friends of Mr. and Mrs will we're proud this week, through
i with white Miss Arline Mann of Washington llros. tihalio.I i iI iI Guy I I{
Bru WC Crop Split D. 'C., arrived Monday to resume 'I I be Interested to learn that they I --- I
ill -))11'' Weight on foot ''1 left Monday for a two weeks' vacation !
her duties as secretary to' Mona Claire Alderman returned FLOWERS
4CO 3 uius $.1 KEWAKD. Congressman R. A. Green at his I Monday to her home in Tallahassee In Atlanta, and Macon, Ga.,

n v> in Starke. Itp I home office.iTERNBERCT. 1 after spending the past ten and points In Tennessee. FOK ALLOCCASIONS i

11 i days here as oho guest or her Tip T Grocery
G. L. Patten of Tallahassee IV ANY op
grandmother, Mrs. O. W. Alder-
i man. spent ..the week-end here with UF.sIUNS
; NAT SEZ: Mrs. Jo}. K. Cimova. He was accompanied -
-------
I home by Mrs. Patten, ,\lio Flowerlrrd '* AND MARKET
{ Dill hear tile about Mr. and Mrs. A.D. Williams
you t'\er story : PS
who Will the guest last week of \\ to
and their house guest, Miss Virginia -
the little boy who amused himNs her mother. Friends of Mr. and AnyhodyAnyNhero
k Williams of :Staten: Island, MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT TIP TOP
self by hitting himself tn the head Mrs. Patten will be interested to
N. Y., Captain S. A. Bryan and
learn that left Tallahassee I For Any
they
with B 'illlnuJ1'r. IVben hiM mother Charles Pender spent last FridayIn
Wednesday morning for a month's I OcniNlonSIKS. !
r Lettuce Carrots 2 for 15c
asked hIm why he did tt, ho Jacksonville or

in Seattle,
stay Washington where ,
N. I> WAINU'lUOIITPhone
-----
; said, "Cau8e It feel.t Nlwn --
r .0 good I they will attend the national convention -Ii _
'
Mrs. H. O. Rivers has 102
I atop." after of Public Utilities.
'
to her home In Auburndale I'I Bananas 4 Ibs. .. 15c
- -
Thllt'H the way I feel about thishot spending two weeks here with her ,

weather, It sure will feel good : ( father, W. J. Johns, and brother-

when it stops.Here's 'I In-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs Limes Florida Doz. 5c

Mallory Thomas.Mr. INSURANCEHAROLD Key, -

a good buy A special lot of and Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mrs.

anhattan Shirts Carrie Ritch, Miss Annie Darby,
Brookfield lb.
Shirts Butter 3Qc
Regular $1 and their guest. Miss Gloria Johnsof - -

pedal lot of discarded and Jacksonville, spent Sunday In
These odds
just

iiovn3--Regular Shirts $2.00 ends wonderful, are well made value and a Mrs.Gainesville A M. Pettit.as guests of Mr, and C. WALL AGENCY Nat. Biscuit Treat, 1 lb. Bag 15c


Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Conner hadas
$$1.29 79c I their guests Tuesday, Mr. and Please Phone 146 Jewel Comp. Beat White

Mrs. J. N. Walker of Philadelphia,

Pa., Mrs. Georgia Walker of Ft.
Clean LARD BACON
up Sale Never so cheap before Pierce, and Mr. and Mrs A. A.

'ea Bathing Suits Walker of Lake Butler. .
our 9.4 Wide Sheeting Pound 9c Pound 7%c
regular $3 bathing has returned

Now on Sale- your This Is Druid Sheeting, a home Ovleda after Thomas spending the past YOU EFFICIENT HOUSEWIVESBoast Gem Oleo, lb. lOc Pure Lard, Qt. 25c
fine quality
Choice very three weeks In Auburndale as the

guest of Mrs. H. O. Rivers, Mr. of the sanitary conditions of your kitchens and

$$1.87 29ct and and Mrs.Mrs. W.Allen J. Norwood Thornton., and Mr. dining rooms. How about pillow slips on which you Table Peaches, No. 2% Can 13c

lay your head? Can you rest assured as to the sanitary .

Ready For School A hot Special The Rev and Mrs. M.'c. Stith condition under which it has been laundered?
Sliced No. 2 Can
Pineapple 121hc
lt1 Sawyer Shirts Western Union and family, who have been Every article laundered by us is thoroughly sterilizedand ,
of Mrs. Stlth's parents, Mr.
boys will solve your Overalls and guests Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, left handled under rigid sanitary conditions while in COUNTRY KIST

shirt problem. Tuesday for a two weeks' stay in our

They Last Longer 8 Oz: Sanforize Shrunk DeLand and Cocoa with relatives. care.No Peas Corn 3 Cans 25c
A regular $1.39 value wash board rubbingNo or - -

85e The W. C. T. U. met with Mrs boiling in lye

$1.00 Julia Eastman last Friday and No laying around in houses other than your
SUGAR
will meet today with Mr*. R. L. I RICE
A 35e Value 'Kemp at 3:30: o'clock. A special own from Monday until Friday or Saturday. I

ones Underwear Sacrifice Sale on program In honor of France at Wll-this The high grade soaps, soft water and harmless bleacheswe 5 Pounds 23c 5 Pounds 17cMILKSwift'sTallCan
Hard will be presented
Shirts and Shorts All Summer Shoes time. use make the above unnecessary. Visit our plant

r prIce for each gar- -- and let us correct that mistaken idea that Laundry 5c :

meat Is now You can really pick up Mr. and Mrs. J. T Quigley, accompanied damages clothes. "
your
some bargains inen's: 125c I by Mr. and Mrs. W, A.
ICK BOX DISH FREEArmour's t
1Pom While Childrens Scott of Orlando left Monday We have prices to fit your budget-Ask us about them.
Shoes ,for a vacation trip to b& spent In Treat Can 29c .

the Adirondack Mountain as the I Ask the hotel owners in Starke or ask the housewives I - '
and Mrs. George
I guests of Mr. U the i whom we have convinced that it Is better to;-

pel Tibbets.Founder Volunteer and Mr.Director of Tibbetts America.of the Cos-Before -jl I "LET THE LAUNDRY DO IT" I Bradford Co. Pure Lard ,Can $3.75 ,: :


returning home Mr. and Mrs. STARKE DRY CLEANERS

Quigley will visit the Farris Lard Can '
- $3.35III'
Fair In New York City other ,

points of Interest. ] .' < ,
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PAGE SIX RRADFORZI COTY TE.-EGRArll!: STAItJ.. ( FLOR.sPA __ __ _____ __ _ _ ___ FIUIi h U.GJ.,.... .
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1 SIIEKLY: rilOES PROFKR UHITE-FRINGKD BEETLE I NEWS bei-n' tHk. '...t...I ,
-FARMERS' ; LIVE STATE
II SECTION ('.\lm OF FARM: HOUSES I INSPECTION. CONTROL Carr, \\nst, ht

AND Ml'LES IX STATE WORK NOW IN PROGRESS I _.__ _, '_n'_ .. sciences, i ?\'., ,
.. r _, __ ._ -- ." I
station,
1 : at i.K, B!())(,
"Treat the work; stock right An intensive Inspection of north- HEALTH OFFICER NAMED: OUT FOR SENATE A. P. Blulcultural :,, : \"wnab 811''
< ,
p RURAL HINTS FOR TllEllOUSEllO is Walter J. Sheely'a advice to western Florida for the white- Tallahassee. Governor Cone West Palm Beach, Charles i C'h'1I1', '' "..! ''r Of '

COMMON SENSE / J) | Florida farmers who use horses fringed beetle Is now under way, named Dr. A. B. McCreary of Francis Coe author of crime and water sp"" h ,. '(I'! -en"

and mules in their operations. says A. C. Brown, grove inspector Jacksonville state health officer. I sports thrillers, became an early -

Proper treatment of work stock with the State Plant Board. He succeeds Dr. Wilbur A, Mc-I bird last week in the 1940 race C ..,

MKETING DEMAND: FLOUR MIXTURESIn Is not only humane but It will Four state Inspectors have taken Phaul, who died last week I for United States Senator from TEST I'litti(' t; ,

A recent story about Winter other of her work benefit the farmer by affordinghim the field at Pensacola. and expectto -.- Florida. Coe, a native of New 1039 TamplI, I'' I 01''I' ''
no phase 'W o'lI
bl'v..
satisfactory service from, his cover the entire northern part York state who decided .
In five
Haven dairyman and the way does the ability of the home- COURT VACATIONS years curb ProlJiL
,
which he his operations In animals and preventing lo38 that of the state as far east as Jack- ago to become a Floridian servi '
plans maker stand out more forcefullythan Tallahassee-The annual 30-day announced tried befoi. / I IlqUIlt 1
well worth the study of all Florida -I in the preparation of biscuits occur when horses and mules are sonville, Brown says. They are recess of the Florida Supreme his candidacy recently at circuit I". parks
This J. : not cared for properly, the animal working in cooperation with the Paris where he was couit! i??. *
farmers. dairyman muffins, and delicious cakes. Court began last week. However completing a Two '1W Ib |,
husbandman with the State curb-M-u |
Agricultural ,
,
W Jansen, not only operates his ; To produce these appetizing and federal Bureau of Entomologyand one or more members of the Court tour of Europe. 'Pfrator'
arrested
Extension Service pointsout. r-hdi, ,
I which is
coat Plant Quarantine, I
dairy at a minimum duringthe appealing foods Is an accomplishment will remain at Tallahassee during -----.--- such 'Vlth ,
aali's ,
summer, but he breeds his of first rank and a homemaker applying control measures for the the recess: period to care for em- PLUNGES TO DEATH on the M SOUght ,
freshen in the "Each summer," he "there' the Infested area glowunconstitutic ', "
cows BO they will says pest throughout "
well be proud of her matters. the
may Gainesville
I is loss In horses and The Bureau also ergency ,--Mrs. Amy Fetzer, ,. Ict
Fall and Winter, when the demand a great i of the South.
in this line. '
ability 35, plunged to her death 'Wever,
I -- from the court found
for milk Is heaviest.In mules, but this may be avoided It has an Inspection force In the i ',, ''hi
To achieve success one must, I eighth floor of the John become law|hi
the farmer exercises little NEW BUILDING READY: Seagle effect,
a field. '
other wors. Mr. Jansen has to extent follow directions I I here. 11 the tia! ]
a great 'horse sense' and care in Tallahassee, The new $106- building Several witnessestold were arrested!
manag- Florida I1nd
market and its fluc- Brown that no new
studied his
says they
in recipes that have been developed the jury they saw the leased \\\f
W. buildinghas woman by
his ing his animals. i iI Infestations have been found I 000 F. S. C. infimary IK, "OlJJent
tuations and has planned oper- : of
through careful and pause on a window forcement th,
ledge and
then
been completed and accepted off,, .
ations so that he will not have a Even I Mr. Sheely makes the following outside of the area in Walton and j, Tbl
those
painstaking study. leap. Sheriff
J. P.
t
burdensome surplus in the slack who be classed in 'suggestions on proper treatmentof Okaloosa counties and the city of i I by the board of control, subjectto relatives Ramsey said tonality o, I tht ,IC, \\81
may as experts and will told him Mrs. Fetzer has 00
few minor changes,
a
months and so he will horses and mules: Pensacola which was quarantined
Hummer have found that It Is best
cookery be moved into within a week, F. been despondent and in ill health .
have a maximum A well balanced ration contain several The quarantine I -
cows producing
years go. -
to all
measure ingredients accurately -I since her two small] children died
said.
carmcltv! when he can sell more and to follow directions. ing minerals, proteins, vitamins .is still in force and no materials W. Tyler, project engineer In an automobile accident SEAltf'11 f'Olt GIRIJ

milk i fn the Fall and Winter. and energy producing feeds and likely to harbor the beetle are ;j at St. Mlami- PCII, Irdered
So, today, we are going to em- Petersburg several I
years ago. al g
I plenty of water are for from the search fo, .,
Some poultrymen plan their operations phasize some of the standards and necessary permitted to move quar- NEW I'OSTOFFICE Mlall1l
School
along the same line, but directions which pertain to work or riding stock. As the antined area. The inspection now Cocoa,-Bids for the construc- girls "'nil left home
quick
there are many who do not and breads breads cookies and I horse has a small stomach and in progress is planned to ascertain tion of a new $70,000 post office BLACK BASS DIE day In compll1Wltb! B InaIt

yeast I digestive track, his feed should whether the has spreadto in Gainesville said he mlgh I .,
who could profitably take a cue cakes. pest building here were opened ,-Robert T. Heagy, them B Pit

from this dairyman. Indeed there consist chiefly of grains or other new territory. Washington last week and con- Jr., local conservation officer reported a radio theatre It the air.

are dairymen hog raisers and Because they can be preparedin concentrates that are anally digested In addition to Florida, infestations : struction is expected to be started Saturday from 1,000 to 1-

others who could follow his example -, a short time biscuits, muffins, have been found and quarantined soon. Plans and specificationshave 500 bass ranging from six ouncesto

-that of having their flocks I ginger-bread bread cornbread, and nut-" Horses and mules should be given in Alabama, Mississippi been on file at the local post 12 pounds, were found dead 81,209 MALA
called
_nrifi.._ .iiAr/la...__ -nf- nonk r--n nrnrltiotlnn r.-------- are "quick breads. feed to keep them in strong -And-- -T.r\lifatanu--.-.--, -and--, thf--,-* Bureau--- --- of-- I I offlte______ _and__ the.u_ rVirnn___!__ Chamber_____.___ of_ Friday at "Bevins Arm," located Cases
when the demand and the marketare Baking powder biscuits shouldbe condition but not fat. Entomology and Plant QuarantineIs Commerce for more than a month. two miles south of Gainesvilleon reported In I he f SIa j

I best. light, symmetrical, smooth- Work stock should be curried now applying control measuresin -. the Ocala Road. Heagy stat- Don't Delay

Such a line of planning does not topped, and of two thicknesses, and brushed night and morning. all Infested locations. They are SOUTHERNMOST TOBACCOLakelandStepping ed that the cause bad not been determined START TOD.U'lIh| 6
with tender, golden brown crusts, Harness, saddles, and blankets I
calcium
with
seem very complicated. By experience dusting cultivated crops up from 13 although the matter had 666 Checks
creamy, fluffy Insides, and texture should be kept clean of dirt at Malaria In 1 ill
the arsenate and In some cases
and after some study, acres last year to 65 acres this
:farmer who has products of this characterized by small, even- all times to prevent developmentof cryolite, which Is not Injurious to year, Polk county sent 22,000
ly distributed holes sores and breaks In the animal's FUNERAL
be In larger animals and humans and DIRECTOR
type that can produced more pounds of tobacco to the Ilake
of the Varying from standard biscuit skin.Maximum. does not burn the plants.On My Many Tears Experience Makes
than one season year, City markets. This is the first It Possible for !Me to item,,
should be able to breed his animals recipes, one may use a little use of pasture shouldbe waste lands, such as fence commercial crop of yellow leaf, EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS
F more liquid and omit to made, as good pasture will SBBVK
and operate hla business in kneading rows and railroad rights of way, flue-cured cigarette tobacco ever MODERATE PRICES

such a way that will return him make drop biscuits, use graham take the place of as much as 25 the Bureau's agents are applyingan grown south of Marion county. DeWITT C.
flour and produce graham biscuits percent of the grain and 50 JONES
per-
when the demand is
good profits oil herbicide to kill weeds and I .
add half a cup of grated cent of the hay needed during the I Starke, Florida
heavy. other vegetation on which the USED FOR LAST TIME
cheese and have cheese
For let us consider the biscuits year.The white-fringed beetles might feed. Jacksonville,,--The units
example MDrenrl____ on__. cinnamon_ _______ _ami__ >__itfftand ___._. feet should be kept trim- army
demand for eggs. During late Brown reports that heavy and stationed recently at Camp Foster,
have cinnamon or pin-wheel med and level so the weight of,
Spring and on to mid-Summer almost continuous rains during near Jacksonville comprised of
_ biscuits, or add flavoring to make the animal's body will be evenly
eggs are usually plentiful in many butter-scotch i distributed. Animals I July seriously handicapped the the Florida and Alabama National
biscuits. that are
markets of the state. The hens control work. Guard, were the last troops that
used on hard surfaces should be
lire In heavy production and eggs Standard muffins should be shod The Bureau maintains a research will be encamped there as the NOW.

are probably cheaper during this light, golden brown, "pebbly" on Stables by a should competent be kept man.clean and laboratory at Florala, Alabama camp, along with a large adjoin-

period than at any other time. If top symmetrical, and should where investigators are ing1 area.. will be taken over- bv .
w
more poultrymen, however, would have holes of uniform size when dry.Feed working on methods of coping the Navy Department as a partof
work stock three times
breed and manage their chickens. cut. Proper measuring and hand- a I with the I the new southeastern Naval Air
ling (without day. Horses or mules that are pest. YOU CAN
BO pullets would come Into production beating) go a long Base. BUY YOL R
worked .
all day and not fed until
during the season of way toward success with muffins. ._ _
-I Flavor and taste be varied night bolt their :feed and often
may BOA IJRAIN
heaviest demand and would reduce NEW MARKET OPENED

_ the flocks that produce heavi- by adding blueberries, dates, gra- develop- Indigestion. or colic. By Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffis LaBelle LaBelle's new State TYPEWRITER AT HOME

- est during the slack season, they ham flour, figs, bran, bacon, or INTERESTING: PROGRAM Livestock and Produce Marketwas

would receive a higher average Jelly. SLATED FOR POULTRY Mrs. Ida Chase was the guest opened'Wednesday, August 2,

price the year 'round for their Symmetry smooth golden crust, INSTITUTE AUGUST 28 Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Jim Star with a free barbecue and dance

eggs. Layers that are In heaviest lightness, fine grain, elasticityand ling of Pine Level. sponsored by the Hendry County

I production in Fall and Winter are softness, crispness and Florida's men and women engaged Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey were Chamber of Commerce. The La-

usually the ones that make the ,creamy insides are characteristicsof in poultry raising and visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Lee Belle market completes another

moat money for their owners.It good yeast bread. In making marketing will find an interesting I at Bethel Sunduy. I' link in the chain of farmers' markets -
rolls. use for bread ,
recipe but
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pays in the long run to studythe double fat and program at the second annual j' Miss Frances Griffis of Bethel being built throughout the

market and to plan accord sugar require- Poultry Institute, Camp McQuar-1 was visiting Miss Thelma Prevatt state by the Florida State Mar- Z&Pi
ments. Ono kfcKK '
ingly. Farmers may obtain ad- can vary yeast breads rie, August 28 to September 2, \ I keting board of which William L. ; in

U vice and assistance from county by using or adding graham, nuts, says D. F. Sowell, assistant Sunday. Wilson, Jacksonville, Is director.

agents, economists raising, cinnamon, or 'butter Aerrl-1 I jura. M. J. Green and children, .
and other __.<.L. poultryman with the State -. .. '
workers of the State Agricultural 8<;uun. cultural Extension Service, Mrs. Arch Prevatt ana children, | UII.I TOUR STATE 0# ,.h u '\ -

Extension Service on how to plan Drop cookies can be mad3 easier Hatching chick raising, feedIng and C. A. Griffin were visiting Orlando--A tour that will take () (:, :p Ja

for demand. than rolled ones because it is not and experimental work are their sister and aunt, Mrs. I). him into every Florida county be-

.-. necessary to handle the dough. So the Boree in Jacksonville the past fore the
... among subjects for discussion opening of congress In | K&tSb23&a
they may set quickly and hold week-end.
Receipt books and sales pads their during the week. Poultry and January will be undertaken by 3

at the Bradford County Telegraph. shape, drop cookies shouldbe egg/ laws, vitamins and minerals, Miss Pauline Tompkins o f Senator Charles 0: Andrews.
placed in a hot oven at first.
flock management, broilers, poultry I Starke was visiting Mrs. Callle Speaking on Wednesday as a
A baking sheet with low sides is
diseases and sanitation are Gainey last Wednesday.Arch I guest of his home city chamber of I

THE ?Leo; tzcea best for baking them. I other subjects on the agenda. I Prevatt made a business commerce and Rotary Club, Senator
flutter cakes
are those In which I
Outstanding speakers listed for 'trip to Jacksonville last Thurs Andrews said he intends to
fat is
used to make them tender
I addresses include State Senator I take a short vacation, resting up
while cakes those in
are
sponge George F. Westbrook day.D. from the '
which egg whites are used to of Cler- Boree of Jacksonville was I long session of congress,
month Prof. F. E. Mitchell and then will .
head undertake the statewide
in
mnke them light, visiting this section last Tues
of the poultry department. at the tour.
Here are some general directions -
University of Georgia, Dr. H. day.Mr.
for making butter cakes: Harold Hume and Mrs. L. O. Tyre of i
dean of the University -
Collect all ingredients and set oven College of Florahome were visiting Mr. and j sIE3r. THE TELEGRAPH TAKES PRIDE IX wctiNC': :
Agriculture, and
at moderate temperature ((350 d. A. P. Mrs. John Prevatt Friday. ING TilE FACT THAT WE ARE NOW AuKWsFOB
Spencer, vice-director of the I
f.). Place oiled paper in pan bottom State Agricultural Extension Pervia and Margaret Griffis JJarhrr TilE REMINGTON; LINE OF PORT\BI.E TAPS-

and oil pan sides. Sift and Service. were dinner guests of their aunt I WRITERS. WHAT GREAT CONVENIENCE; IT IS

measure flour, then add baking -....-- and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. FOR "GOOD DENTISTRY AT FOR YOU TO BE ABLE AT LAST TO ITKL'hVSE

powder and salt and sift again. NEW BLIGHT ATTACKSSUMMERGROWN Griffis, Sunday. REASONABLE PRICES" YOUR TYPEWRITER RIGHT liEU) IN STARKE

JACKSONVI LU'S Beat fat until light and creamy ; BEANS Miss Ruth Morrell was visiting All Branches ipn.LLtIIx FROM A HOME CONCERN. IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING
then add
sugar gradually and beat
LEADING Miss Juanita Priest Tuesday aft- TilE PURCHASE OF A NEW MACHINE
HOTEL until all sugar Is mixed with fat i Another disease has1 been addedto _

C"lrrfJ.- IhU .......... IK.traol and mixture Is fluffy. Beat egg I the long list of those which ernoon. WE' WILL BE GLAD TO DEMONSTRATE TilE NEW
plague Florida Chesley Glisson of Bethel was REMINGTON RIGHT IN YOUR OWN HOME.
G "1 I hotel to flwIXIYiilliC yolks thoroughly and mix with growers. Fortun- Plates Crowns,

SUMMER hoar .1 downlows fat-sugar mixture. Beat egg ately, this one is not yet very visiting Arch Prevatt and Harvey Phone for

COMFORT jack. MM* will tub ad
how.,. foD wal r* milk with flavoring alternatelyand rather damaging where it does occur -I Griffis of Clay County was i X-Ray.. Etc. 5.2987 Easy Terms Available

wBo.sad"...ll
I Isap.ortlll buMrapdaa..lUUIIDlllc.aroPULAR.PRICID.-and,.adlaq-. and beat well. Bake for about blight of beans and affects lima Sunday. ir. Jnrlttr

30 minutes, remove as soon as beans and green beans grown In Miss :Melba Prevatt Is visiting I COUNTYTELEGRAPH

done and place on cooling rack. summer. : with her sister, Mrs. L. O. Tyre I DENTAL BRADFORD
COCKTAIL LOUNGE and It attacks stems, pods and foliage -; of Florahome. SURGEONCor.

COFFEE! SHOP Typewriter ribbons, carbon producing a web-like growthand Friends of K. L. Griffin will be I DAY and Laura Sta.

paper, second sheets adding diseased spots. In some Over the Morris Plan Dank.
0th..i.S rn" $.4.Ii fields it has killed glad to hear that he is Improvingafter Jacksonville, Fla.
machine at Bradford County plants over
Nuhi"""-00'10__H.01 IIoSolos.-., paper a serious Illness.
... Telegraph. considerable acreage before any ..
beans were large enought to Remember the young people's

harvest. It has been found affectIng meeting every Tuesday night at Oi _

INSURE WITH beans in transit, and probably the home of Mrs. Mattie Grlffis.

JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT has been mistaken for anthra- If there is any news anyone j& 7 _

cnose. wishes to be put in the paper, % I / / ,' I
FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS The new disease was first re please notify the correspondentby

ported on beans in 1932 by Dr. every Tuesday
Phone 13 (
STARKE FLORIDA I II George F. Weber, plant patholo- ---. _

gist of the Florida Experiment LAWTEY' s A

Station. To date it has been -/ __
By William (Bill) JMununer _
I found on farms at LaCrosse in _
BOREE -
FUNERAL HOME % <
Alachua ,.
County, near Florahomein :Miss Autherlne
Blanchard
of,
Full line of Caskets &; Undertaker Supplies Putnam, In Seminole, and near Miami is visiting her
parents. Mr.
AMBULANCE SERVICE Belle Glade
in Palm Beach Coun
DAY AND NIGHT and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. She is l liD'
ty. It occurs also on beans in Motor
B< PHONE-.53O. an employe of the McCrory StoreIn Travel by Florida
Puerto
Rico
and on other a _
plantsin p
II. BENNETT, MKT."A Miami and will spend most of
HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, her two week's vacation here 5 For a smooth, cool and enJ0Y'B

Texas and a number of foreign Halite .v.. travel in a Florida Motor Lines Zephyr _
Jones of West Palm l
countries.
i Beach new, low thrifty fares you can stayS
Dr. Weber described the disease spent the week-end here Go on. 1
with the
with relatives He Is money you save.
I fully In the July issue of Phyto. an employe
of the Florida Power & return another Jiberalatopocnrat. .
.
: Light Co.
SPECIAL I pathology, a national scientific ,,
journal. Miss Ruth. McGarlty has returned --- anywhere enroute atatioDl JI.ar

.-- to Wabassa after spending _ the heart of town,

YOUR CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c FOR PECAN PESTS two weeks with friends here. and theaters.

One way of getting rid of
pecan The city of Ce.
Lawtey sometimes
GAS AT A PRICE YOU defoliators the caterpillar that referred _
CAN AFFORDSmith's to as the "City of Oaks," $ YORK
trip the leaves from trees, Is to may change 1U slogan-provided e\ NEW

TO PAY brush them Into a pan containing the cattle will "lay off" our palms CHICAGOConway's SUI

kerosene when they come down on until they get a bead start. ServiceLacy III

the trunk of the tree to moult. The lot CoWsY' _
where the proposed I ; -
Trees that
are not too large
may loading platform will be built Ls
Garage be dusted with a mixture of one now being cleared and construc-

part of lead arsenate to nine tion will begin In the _
parts of hydrated lime. future very sear ..' I p _p a
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.\l'Gt"ST 11. 1939 BRADFORD COUNTY. TEIZORAPH STAKKE FLORIDA l'\GE SEVEN

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DIRECTORY NOTES I VANDERBILT MONEY DISAPPEARS F.iur i msi.uflv.. W'-Hk-i' In th. I IHI"dt".ll
1 CHURCH Letter BoxGentlemen (MID,,C ty 'I'.I"l aph, .t n, w .-
.. By Mites Velirui Norman According to officials of the U. paper publlvhea In aald County and
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S. Mint in
Ic __ Washington, an enor-
- -' Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Norman and Thin August 5th., 1930
Ii METhODIST PRESBYTRL\N EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN mous amount of money Issued is (O 'Io'll'IAJ. MKAM) A J. Thomas
? I : little daughter Faye have returned Clerk I
circuit Court.
, 1iT1S FrAnk Robln.on Rev. Chaa. n Allen, Rev. Fri Yerk.. Jr. .. lost or otherwise disappears, so
.lllItfoot Re" ne" .,.. V Rt J 0 h n'Pallor I enclose to their home In Malone, .1a'y J. lIt Kelly: Deputy Citric. 3]
Ii1. Palltor Rector check for
('; I Pastor PattorThorna.i one year'slIubscrlpUon that the Treasury never has to redeem N.: Pnalvr. 23 Main Ht, Jacknonvlllo ; -
iU,,, E. K. P.rryman Sunday School Sup& to the Florida after spending last week Florida Solicitor for
Mia. Sunday Sch"1 Telegraph. it, but Is that much ahead.It Com-
aen. Superintendent OrganIst Ella J. Sa... Supt I plalnant. 8-11
> Church 8cbool Mr.. E. M. Davl. Orean.t Mr. tra V\ naondoY with Mr. Norman's parents, Mr. 4t 9LSOTI'l'l
"dR1 I ot In these! days of political and is estimated that five billion -
8 Church School Church School Supt.lItirs. James Carll.le Sunday School and :Mrs. F. M. Norman, of Van- OK KI.KC'TIO'V .
.. 10 o'ClockWorihip economic readjustment I think It I pennies have been misplaced since
M.
11 IiI. ,. I 10 A. Roy &ath.ws SerYlcn derbilt. I, W K. Mlddleton mayor ot
nlnl Ser Morntut, Worahlp Sunday School. S..rvlc.II very Important that we safeguard ,the government began making Htark. Florida by virtue of the

hi C AlraiflU11 Service, 11 Wo..r.hlll A. M. Church 10 A.School M. A. M. Every II o'clock 3rd Sunday a. m.n ourselves from the tendency of Miss Iris Sapp of Jacksonville them. Of the old-time 2-cent authority vented In me by law dohereby
b lIt Evenl" call! an election to be held
: I'''. s..rvlce. 8:00 P. 1\01.\ Morning Wor.hlp 5uuiay. -. ii A. M. 3:00: o''lo..k p. an.Ing sectionalism. Your very valuable spent the week-end here with her pieces of which more than 91 at the city hall In the aforesaid

UII C Ser young PeO'Ph. It A. M. Frldaya __ 1:00: P. lor.Prayer M.etln/r/ paper Is a real contribution to parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellery million were /'coined, more than town by the qualified. votera on
I. 10 PMe nlr League M..tln. SIgma Chi 7:00: p. m. Holy Day.to A. M. Wednesday' Night Tuesday September 12. 193K, for the
I j' M. 1:00 P. IoL 8:00: 0 cock II IIr sanity of thought and action In the Sapp. 5 millions:: are still missing while purpose of electing the following

",l laY, 00 M..tlng _ _ 1 officer:
Planl Prayer stress of conflicting theories of Levy Norman Vollle Manning, less than one-third of the 94 million
W.dnellday. 11:00: 1'.M. One Mayor. ,
rrII, Jro Director nova Mr.. 5'. 11. Long. MISSION HALL GOSPEL TAB. CHtrRCIl OF' CUltIST! government and industry. and Billy Overstreet all of this 3-cent pieces minted more Two Aldermen ,
Onranlet section, made a business trip to than a half-century ago were ever One Clerk, Treasurer Tax Col
n H. powell Sponaora: Sponsored by Rarry Pickup With best regards and appreciation lector and Tax Anaeaaor. 'I
Cbalrrnan Mn. J..ann.tt. D. Mr. and Mr.. ?1r. and Mra. Pastor Lake City last Monday.Mr. returned for redemption. One Marshall /
a of D na Kincaid. Choir DC- J. T. Qulel.y .1. T. Quigley Bible Study 3 p. m.r Inspectors of said election: F. A ,J
ICha Kickittir rector van..Uatio!: S.rvloe Sermon and The William Shaw. Ph. D., Minister. and Mrs. Eugene Ellis and But it is not only small coins Scott A. II. Johns, and J. I* Peek

chalrrnan'CrustsSS M... m. K. Perryman.Bible Study each each Friday and Sun. Lords Supper 4 p. m. Saybrook Point Conn. little son, Marion spent the week. that get lost. More than 10 million In teatlmony. whereof, I hereunto -

at G ci''p QWIII Assistant Organtet Tu.alSay evening 8:00: day evening 8:011: vry sundayN8 end with Mrs. EIlls's parents, Mr. of the old large-size $1 bills, the subscribe seal of the my said name town to and be cause hereunto ,

,' ------------ -- -- -- ---- Dear Editor: and Mrs. F. M. Norman, of this the Issue of which was discontinued affixed, thin the 9th day of Ji
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11II Ainrimt A. I>. 1939.otrirtthAt .
: MISSION hALL ANDTAIJKKNACL.K Please place me on your mall- section. about,ten years ago, never got ( : SEAL W. E. Middleton.
IIbt ScoutsAt Mr. and Mrs. Russell Normanof nack to the treasury and the same Mayor -
ob Jones Boy Ing list for The Telegraph. I is Attest: Carl Johns City Clerk.
true of large-sized bills
-- cannot Imagine living In "yankeeland" Vanderbilt have made fre. many i-11 61 11-.tfRtarke
,_ of denominations. Of .. ..
higher .
n'"trangt The Bible quent visits to Starke the pa.tweek ----- -------
regular weekly study for two years without the t "
where her aunt Mrs. Beulah course old money Is probably July 31st.. ISIS! :
held
On Here was Tuesday night at the the regular meeting of home county paper. hoarded and to Report of Fla'i erk of the Circuit -
. Mission Hall and was enjoyed by Troop 70, Boy Scouts of America Thanks Silcox has been very 111. away may come Court In and for Bradford .

I Hereafter Selves all who were present. In the last H. L. Norman and Enoch light some day.Incidently County. Florida on account ot ,
Friday night the Scoutmaster, Bill C. Wainwright, Kelly taxes assessed for the vear. 1934.
now men can lead absence of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. the Rev. Frank Robinson an- were In Lake City on business by reducing the size C. A. KNIOIIT Tin Colector.

g'D to believe that what QuIgley who are on their vacation, nounced the patrols having attained 701 Circle Tower.lndlana.polls, Indiana., i last Tuesday.Mr. of paper currency by one-third it To Bradford County County Proper 1939. I ,

[ the service was conducted by the the highest effeciency during and Mrs. A. A. Edwards of Is estimated that the Treasury has To rtalnnoe due I2.SJ4.33
they ought to have. saved !About 18 million dollars in To. Ilalance due $2,532.13
aon want Rev. R. J. Gomes. the month of
i, July. The Wolf Starke Fla. Drookef were visiting Mr. and Kino .. ago a man workIng for The basis of the studies duringthe Patrol Life Scout Leonard Smith, 2 1939 Mrs .F. M. Norman of Vanderbilt cost of paper Ink, labor, and stor- To Palanee due |t 04.3l! 4

,,11 alarv began to look at a next few weeks will be the Jr.. leader for the second consecutive Dear Editor: August Friday. age space in the last ten years.-- To Balance County Itoad due and Ilrldae U04.3J'! r,

uitomoblli He liked It. He book of Ephesians, and Tuesday month was awarded two of Among those attending the Exchange To Balance due $3,817.62 :
Will allow To Halnna due )3.17.63
you please me spaceIn
convinceu nimself that he night the first fourteen verses of the three banners of the Troop. valuable columns to birthday supper in honor of War. --+-- 1 Cuuntr School! General I

I the first chapter were discussed.The This patrol earned the banner for"Attendance" your say Bloodsworth INVKSTKl.XTK: lKAIJ4Miami I 1'.) Haliiiife due 13,51 7,5:1:
ren at Raiford Tuesday
life Inaur- .
to cash ut his hello to my many friends and lly amount collected '81/1.IIT'/
. ; doctrine of predestinationIs and "Church At- night of last week were Mr. -- The Florida Real To Italanre dim f 2.946.811 ;

[and make a first payment : often misunderstood by many tendance." The Panther Patrol "Home acquaintances Sweet Home"in Bradford to me.County, and Mrs. F. M. Norman, Mr. and Estate Commission has called new' To Italam-e Total Nub-xrhool due 1.1.6: IT.&t lleaulur \

I cat inu then take half of I Christians. Some dismiss it en- Life Scout Arch Thomas Jr., Mrs."n. L. Norman and family, witnesses to testify at Its Investigation fly amiiuiit collected t 670.5O! ,

II lary ano make the monthly tirely while others go to the extreme leader, was awarded the banner While living In other parts of Russell Norman, Mr. and Mra. Into the sale of Ever To Un'..lance taI Nnb-SeHool due heeded*2. 47.0t

He wanted the car, and 1 of Fatalism. God is omnIscIent for "Advancement." A lively Interest the state the people were pleas- Frank Norman and family all of glades land in the vicinity of an To Ilalance due t4.073.UU

himself believe that he and knows the end from the is being exhibited by all ant to us but no where were the Vanderbilt and Mr. and Mrs. O. exploratory oil well which was To lay Ilalance amount\ colluded due S 81111IIt

It Sam Jones said, members of the Troop in these social contacts equal to those plugged us a "dry hole." $3,392.39 1
t to nave beginning, but we follow our own I C. Norman and family of Malone.Mr. AgriculturalTo ,
; is moral perspiration. I inclinations and "bur own wills In special 1 fields of Interest that have found In Bradford County.We and Mrs. Jack I I I To tin Italum-n lance due due $90.41 '

'n u C the field on a cold obeying or disobeying God. He been in operation for two months. are glad to get back home. Rising were visiting Mr. and Mn.j. MII'M'H Ofl.i 1 : the Pension $90.45Wiiiw'
Notion IH hereby given that
-!!' find a man standing I .Ifnrtwa____n_ _how_on WA n _are__ 0.---0 trnnirn__ _ar_.t_ I In the patrol meetings follow- We are located at 403 S. Walnut C. Manning Sunday.. t'llllfil :Slulrn. of AMKTk-M: will null "To'ft. ltftlnm-o". '_.n...__ due..1....._ $180,85 _Slam as
tree with an axes ing the assembly besidesthe Street in Starke, Flu., where we nt imtilU HUrUiHl tint followlnit1i .on. .Iau..whued
r a period
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erOOt but the act Is of our own choosing. I < <.... ,..' property. : 1 horn mtilr, llrlilae Inlere-t and tlnklnarKim.I
hand Why don't you cut regular study of plants and ask our friends to call on us. '
i He makes provision for our folly 2 grut 1* >I.I..r..y"W", 2 I'lilvpit unrl7l ,
To Balance
due
|,ee i ask The man re- for sul- I trees that Is being made, signal Thanking the public for the ANOTHER STATE MAUKKTThe white I.ciihnrn li..n.i. Tim ofnail. Ity amount colluded$10,377.55 $4.550.40/ (
by offering opportunities .
Bradford, I I I' M uiciixt :ill, 111111.: I'lacci
waiting until I: sweat. ing was added and It Is expectedthat kind reception tendered and your County Telegraphof .. To llaliinctt, dun $3,727.10
I im vation. Whosoever will may or mi In nt KIIP m ot Krncut U<*Mtii r,
'w >ti i will cut the tree.' come, but whosoever does Is chos- there will be a great deal of paper for the space used. Starke is out with their largest alIU'k"l Klmlila, '1'"* iirnpnity will "a- ...... ---
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since the boom at imblhallrtlnii liy imrrttlor
nan 8h.. IlK! cut the tree and en in Him before the foundationof worthwhile interest shown In the I am 'very sincerely, paper announcing fot. UN tho clrt'iiiiHtatic! .*H of I the

j he un iweat without try- the world. Paul calls it the plans of the leaders of the Troop E. R. Poppell.BOOKJREVIEW the dedication of the new Farm- .....it. limy demand to 1lu I hltrhfpt I bid- BUSINESSDIRECTORY
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el'I! State Market in Starke on liftfur "h. 'EIiC Jolted States
I 11'11"> .1 Feeling Is mentioned mystery of His will.TAIiKRN'ACLi. In announcing at the next meetingsome <>f ", ..rh'lI reH..rvM th" rlKht to .lild$
in 'h, Bible It Is never of the objectives of this I July 4th. A big celebration was ut I In- ...ale. 1'rloi' (o th" sal' tho
'; held In connection with the dedication. IIVfHtm limy b'.. exMiiihiutt at tho
iioner -onnectlon, with saln. special study at the present time. riirin fif "Kmt'Ht: OiHtti *r.

f Feeling/ Is the fruit which Friday night, August 11. Ralph Immediately following the meet- THI: wl.nNn: TIM; none H-ll 2t 8-18 -
Roberts of Jacksonville will have the officers of the Of special Interest to Wauchu- .
h on he tree of saving faith. Ing Troop as- I -
byThomas IN i'IIM"i Ii' ('''1 II'S'. I'i: It'I'lI
charge of the service at the Tabernacle lans Is the fact that T. K.: Me-
|ng" no' the root of salva- sembled to work out plans for Wolfe .11 "U"I.. C'fIiC"I IT. Illlltfttllll '

Thc Apostle Paul said. "Inm patrol hikes and overnight camps: dane Jr., Is county agent In ..1 vn. ST "Mor r'l.oiiin\. The drink
With the of Thomas .
publication IN a'IIANCIIIY.I \
I Last Sunday night Wilbur Scott Much enthusiasm Is being shownIn 'I Bradford County, and his picture ,
$ believing we rejoice. Wolfe's new novel, "The Web And l nrtlitn. 1 I. Turker, II minor
I believt because I rejoice. I spoke and the service was.very the continued plans for con- The Rock" comes the realization appears In the newspaper. He is friend.l"y Airrvil 10. Kalvlit, her next Ja that

helpful. The Junior Choir sang struction of hut completing his third year of workIn
ce because I believe.jjndamentally .- a troop meeting that a voice was stilled by death Complainant I ,
several numbers and will do so at actual building to take place as that county. VMI.ynwooil il everybodyCOCACOLA
we are all made just all Its greatest potentialitieswere II.I Tucker. Jr.
all meetings at Cie tabernacle. definite decision is }II'. Is another .
soon as a McClane Wuu- Iaef.'nIa mat
Yea m many ways no two being reached and Americahas knows
.------ site. I It ai'tsa 1'1 lie bv affidavit ii|>|>emt-
I leached concerning a chula High School graduate who
-e are alike It Is Interesting lost a writer of great vitality; ..,I' t Io Iho :hill: fllcrl In the n\)>oveMuted >

now that of all the teeming GRAHAM One of the most worthwhile pro- one who time may prove a true Is making good After leaving fiiunc. I that I-ynwood U ;

luna( who have lived. the mll- fly l\Irll. L. C. Smith jects that our community could genius. Thomas Wolfe was a here, he graduated from the UnIversity Tinker WI. I..,,",, I'ttiiriHylvniiln Jr." nt 4i Fourth, III. defendant Street.., 5/

l who live now, and the mll- I undertake is that of furnishing I I man prying, probing seeking of Florida and has been IhiM'Hln named In a non.reei.)

i who are to live In the future, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Rennolds an appropriate lot for these Scouts i asking, and absorbing all that he active In agricultural work since.Citizens dent. .ut the uf ,NtHtn WII",ot..", Florida l'em amsylvaniaover mid uleHlilent ..,;;

juo eve had the same thumb and children Henry and Jeanette to erect their hut. The Rotary i j met, storing everything Into a capacious I[ of Wauchulu<1 liar- I the .mmcc of twenty-on yearn:; DOT. CO.
mililI
It I IH I tlirn-forn ordered that
1. Surely man is fearfully of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. Club is backing the troop in a memory until consumed by dee County congratulate Siam rkeI I non-rpHldrnt. defendant l he and Inhei

j wonderfully made. There are and Mrs. F. T. Abernathy recently. fine way giving moral and financial -II an unquenchlng urge the results I I and Bradford County upon their : .eliy. required. to appear to the WE ARE

\in things about all automo- a- support. Others interested in flowed forth upon paper naturallyand 'I new Farmers' State Market, and on bill or of .bofore roinplulnt. 'Monday filed In the mild 4th.,,riiUH day PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS ,

i and vet automobiles are dif- Miss Keith flirt of Gainesvillewas the welfare of the community and fluently.It we are sure the farmers and growers of Hi'" |>torn, tier, A I). J JII.IU otherwise .''!
the legation-" uf .lIhl hill will I ho
ht. Some of them have four a recent guest of Miss Alta the building of character amongthe is difficult to review a Wolfe of that section will be greatly taken. ai cuiifv "*'d by raid defend. CARPENTER'SThe

I"Jen! Some have six and Smith. youth of our community are book without taking Into consideration benefited from Its operation. ant.
I It a ,IH to it hea irdxrixl t that thin
r have eight But they all run also showing a fine spirit of cooperation Florida Advocate. Rexall StoreINNOONCINUI
Is orderH
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Starling the fact that the work publliihod I one u ace k for

[the lame principle. So It Is of LaCrosse were vIsiting friends I and willingness to help largely autoblo graphical and -

i man (t Is rather pathetic these boys in making useful citizens' -
a and relatives here Saturday. I George Webber's story In "The |

e IC see a four-cylinder mang Mrs. Mack McKenzIe of Hart of themselves. The Troop Web And the Rock" Is really an

to do the work of an eight- Haven was a recent guest of her Committee and the Scoutmasterof account of the life of the author
jel man. He makes lot of the Troop as well as the sponsoring -
a parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sur- The story Is of a man of un. ,
> ana 'struts his stuff," but Ifjars group for the Troop (The deratandlng tenderness and great''

four cylinder men we can- rency. Rotary Club) are all anxious that sensitivity In his search for nil I
Jo Mr. and Mrs. 1':. J. Howling of this building be located so that ,
|( the work of eight cylinderIt that life hud to offer. 'Beginning !
Starke were visiting L. C. Smith the most conveniences may be obtained -
is a mistake to try it.
with the dream of a young boy
and family Sunday. and where the buildings of I
expects us to fill 1
our own for the wonder of The City, wherehe
and (10 do our own work In Mr. and Mrs.. H. G. Stricklandand the Scouts will not only enhancethe felt that all dreams of fame,
(
of Plant value of the but will
property
own wayme daughter, Evelyn. fortune, and love would be full-
City were visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. cause a beauty spot to spring out --eo
one has said, "Moses was filled, he journeys to that city, "
|child of a slave and the lion of Strickland recently. of an unused piece of property. finding It a horrible ugly thing U. S. RUBBER'S GREAT
of
The wholehearted cooperation
g. He was born In a hut andIn Mrs. Myrtle Autman and daughter strangely Interwoven with mom-

a Myrtice, of Nichols were parents, members of the Rotary of and II
palace. He Inherited ents magnificent beauty
jfrty and enjoyed wealth. He 'I visiting Mrs. A. E. Ward Sunday. Club, and friends of our commu- Inspiration. He found love a NEW TIRE VALUE ;

|armies and was the keeper of j I'I'ks Mrs. Thelma Rlgdon and family nity In earnestly solicited to aid wonderful yet terrible thing andit
1 In making available such a place
He wna A_ mlcrHtt* anlsllA*.. nf Jacksonville were Visiting Is in the delineation of GeorgeWebber's
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the meekest of men. He was trienda and relatives here Saturday :- nl our community. Any suggestions love story that the sin

ated in the court, but dwelt us to available spot and cerity and brilliance of Thomas

the deser.. He had the wisdom Graham has organized a diamond means of obtaining game will be Wolfe as a writer are brought Into

"gypt and the faith of a child. Ball team and will challengethe appreciated by any member Let'swoik of full force. Ills vital moving mE TIRE
named
was backward In speech. but surrounding communities. the above this groups and story Is every man's story In findIng .
project
liked with God. No man as- ---. __ together on beauty and courage In life,
our boys with a clean,
provide
d 81' his funeral, yet God COOKERY HINTS OFFKICKH and terror too.
and adequatelysupea'vised !
available
"d iim wholesome, Web And The Rock" Is a I
His lips are silent, RURAL ELECTRIC) USERS site for their "The
his voice yet speaks." book on the "Must" list of all

'>coueroi.. A demonstration for Town Camp. readers of good fiction for It Is. .
was the best man of cooking ,
seneratlon He was not a twenty-one rural customers In the fiction ut Its finest. j I

Hard ana he was not a llberH vicinity of Hellbronn Springs was July SubscribersTo Virginia Welaalnger, j

he had lived In the aver- held In the home of Mr. and Mrs. TelegraphSeventy Keystone HeIghts Fla. t\\

modern( town he would have T. J. Moore on Friday night, July ----. \ L:: 90

i. aba -halrman of the Board 28, by Mrs. Wllhoit, Flor- friends paid their sub- All kinds of engraving cards, wedding birth I' k :

[Stewards of some church. ida Power and Light Company last Invitations, calling
the
scriptions to Telegraph '!, etc. at the Bradford -
*n he assisted by Miss announcements ,
walked home economist
the streets par- of the fact that
month In spite 4
f Pointer him out as model Lucille Williams. Food was pre- July Is generally supposed to be County Telegraph. $

weir children. But pared and served for the entire 6.00-16
one night a dull time for business. We consider / .'.. I
r went to see Jesus and group. and during ourselves Indeed fortunateIn ,
II laid, -Nlcodemus, must the meal an Informal discussionof old ford. F. M. Norman L. H. Hill, : C WITH YOUR OLD TIRE:
you able to keep our
being
1 bor5 again." It the new birth electric cooking and small appliances friends and make many new ones A. 'Beasley, Ira W. Andreu. |

necessary for Nlcodemus It was given by Mrs. Wil- month. Mrs. C. B. Strickland, Mrs. Win. _

** sary In this| for holt. every Norris Mrs. S. F. Morgan E. C.

,Y man and woman.century By the After the assembled! group had Here are the ones who paid during Williams, Mr. Rosa Constantine, I (-jll. nt,..J1I .II"tl, j/,,,",

that meal Dau July: Mrs. E. Sparks C .C. Norton -
reminds me. I have finished an excellent Mary v!
People all)] over the world Roan, rural residential representative I' W. T. Holtzendorf, N. L. Starling John Uglow, Mrs. W. T. Saxon I

'thought they had sinned from Putnam County, gave avery I E. E. Norman L. S. Hutto Miss Carolyn Hutto, B. F 1LtJ I

Ml the Holy Ghost. These Interesting talk on the mod- E. B. Shlpman Mra. C. S. Mc- Renfroe, Gordon Weest, Bill Park 4/ iI ..o11 __ HIZI'UH'.: rotlZI'IUC.: .:

Pie have read in theIr Bibles ern appliances available to lighten Cornack. T. T. Blackburn Mrs. J. er, K. T. Crews. Mrs. A. G. Dud- |
it t L. Green, Jr., II. Mv1w1I 475.19.! .1.50-21 $6.25
A. :
L. Wright 0
there
sn
housewife on
L 'Is no forgiveness for the drudgery of the ley. _

blasphemy either in this age 'the farm. Purvis Mrs. Catherine ,U/VW// ..10-21 $6'W---1( .>..r 0-20 $6.00
P. A.
In the age to come. I have Later F. D. Banning, farm electrlficatlon Mrs B. EX Jones Toplln 8'1 $1

vIa people to be terrified be- specialist, Informally S. St. John, C. Marks RItch, L. OUR MILK J 700-1f; $ : 6.50-16 ._ $10.80
H. Green R.
!Ie Kalch, Mrs. R. .
they though they had sln- discussed. the use of electricity on j
I
agalnllt the Holy 'Ghost. I the farm and emphasized the fact I Inlv Wasdln, Marion D. Carter, George

'r" _. .. _... rloilrable tol 1 W. Roberts P A Crosby, F. M. _
have '- ...--n.... ....
f1.IlIty >f this never known any LllAL IL the W farm customer" -----the- -luxuries Garrett M. W. Morrow C. B. i Wluj. THE U. S. TIRE IS TODAY'S GREATEST TIRE VALUE
The
blasphemy.
give
'aln of electric Johns J. N Norman. Sr., Harry! '
the conveniences
-" the Holy Ghost ,was and actually put electric Young J. L. Prevail. K. G. Dun: ,- nAnn TISAD .0. -. ITAOOiRtOTRiAP StOCKS DOUBLE GUARANTIItse.plm
but to
Pharisees when service MOSS MILACI FOR MORI COMFORT '
W.
I.
v
Laundry, :
: earniftg a profit can. New Way Sacked if sue TIle wrlttM 0. S.UtiUme .
led In
I' nAiFt. the work of Jesus service to work throughthe PlnholHter. Jr.. Susie Hazzard. I 6 tHA.y RIBS FOB D.F-: MEW TRtAMllNiOBIAUlf 1 ...._. taem- 2 .usran- -
customers "SW
for the rural D. W. Swindell, : Seldom Equalled MOil lAfllt CUCONWAY'S
.. of a revenue Mrs M. L. Saasee. -
of equipment -
-
L\\' use Mrs. Enoch Grlffls. B. F. Pendar-I "
Incubators
-
S such as
GREEN nature
1acksonvUle. .. EGO producing refrigeration vls. Mrs. C. A. Youngblood, T. H.a a Never Surpassed
electric
k cwn. A whIte, pekln brooders slmlllar liar ding, Victoria Barns, Mrs. A. :
by and other SERVICE
Miss STATIONSTARKE
l otb4rn 1:8.11 Emma HlgK I irrigation C. Durden. Mrs. Titus Olsen. .

been laying eggs devices. / A. A. Hazen. W.
,n i llve James Patray, PETERSON'S
green hue -- ------ I
that would machines A. Stem, W S. Clark. W C. I FLA.
Ea stapling .
iel 8nborho skL ter bunny envlotu. Rubber stamps Tele. Dempsey, M J Bell, I. 8. Fowler DAIRY I ; ,t

his to explain the phenomenon. graph. I1

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I 1i TO BEGIN WORK FARMS r LIKES lUG l>lJt \
Bradford TelegraphEstablished Russell I MTTLE
County i KayTOO ON NEW BUDGET ARE MEASURED THE OCEANSam Tampa 1\ fleg OPPij

1877 (Continued from Page One) sen ted I I.' ''"" Dot

I Approximately two-thirds of Simpson returned to his arraign,, 1 4'1II8aJt i,
--- It
I
P b'UshedVeekl on Fridays and'Entered as Second Class LATE moneys to Lawrence Wiggins had Bradford County farms Includedin home here for a brief vacation wished t ..1 r. "heth

become a law, but final settlement Conservation after [ guilty 1, w"ty
Friday spending several "
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida TO CLASSIFY made the Agricultural ,p.'" ,I '"'
not "I
with Mr. was
Wiggins ,
have been measured and months as an employe on a transAtlantic want wijr ,
.. .. .: Program ""I!"f
-- -- ---- --- -- of the d
-- -- --- due to that I .
the fact a Plel
copy
E. L. Matthews .___ _,___ .__ _______Editor and Owner As might be expected, I have received received the acreage computed, accordingto steamship.Just contend. > < '

-. _--- .- -. --- .- five letters since the pub- law has not yet been by a statement this week by County before coming home Sam you don '". ..i.X., ? '
lication of my last week's column, the Board. Agent T. K. McClane. spent two days In London, Eng- i mented "
SUBSCRIPTION tATE Dewey Williams and Calvin cola Sollel
solemnly or vitriolIcly informingme bids for the The work has been done by EarlB. land; took in all the sights; obtained Ju.. ', Hunes .
submitted
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance that I don't know what I'm Johns each roof Sapp and Fred A. Shaw, and plenty of souvenirs; and I prlsed1, k.t he ete.lliIaJJ b
,
of the jail he
county
painting
Rates talkin' about, In spite of the fact was accomplished with the use of then missed his ship. He and a mean, III' lh plea "J
Advertising on Application consideration of which was laid I aln'l
that twice in the said column I guilt.'
aerial photographs of the entire companion had to hire a speed but i
"
over until Friday, August 11. it, tan.:
explained in language that I overtake the wa h. ,
county which were purchased by i boat to departed tnswer
be
to
A THIEF THAT LOOTS OUR COUNTY thought clear the fact that I didn't made The matter the of Central a charge Hanover the AAA division of the DepartI I steamer, and it cost him, to say was se fl" 'rla| 'ni
by
Perhaps you read the statement last week of a promi- claim to KNOW any more than Bank and Trust Company and the ment of Agriculture In WaShing-I the least, about a week's wages.

the next guy, and probably not as ,..... ,
1:11
nent local physician who declared that more than half the much, and that the other fellow'I ) Florida National Bank for services ton.Mr. He is the son. of Mrs. Pearl : JI n"l: '0'1111 IJ'r 01' Till t
McClane all farmers Simpson; of this city, and decidedto \1'0110
urges
rendered as exchange agentswas I"I.OI"IJ' (
school children in Bradford County are infected with the guess was as good as mine. IN I' PIIOaA'I1.
I taken up and discussed brief- who have tobacco to be sure "go to sea" along with several

devitalizing scourge of the Southern white man-hookworm. I So I find myself in the positionof ly and laid over for further con- that their farms are measured other Starke boys during a strike d ESTATt..cvn,.ii uB- n. .* .nlllr\:

Perhaps you have already dismissed it from your mind the poor husband who, after a sideration. ( Whether signed up under the pro- I among seamen last spring: Notlc, ,"'n.\LOTltl:
with his wife while
quarrel they "eby ,
not. He said: "Becauseof I ...
of William Strongfor gram or Sam is Just full of stories about nd..r"lN'n" I
as being of those disagreeable things which make interesting Application .i .111 'n ,
one were sittin back to back in aulkin'silence the low tobacco of Oi-tob, \ Ib J
prevail-
admission in the State Tuber- prices the different places he has been l u 1931.
the Honut p
matter but which there is decided to adopt a Cham- i "
reading concerning very culosis Sanatorium was laid over ing this year. it is quite likely and the things he has done and Hradfuid c euIlty Iv

little that can be done. berlain attitude, and said: f till Friday, August 11. i. that the control program will be seen during his sojourn abroad, Admlnl"return, tod"FldL,.."I,,

"Darling, I've been thlnkin' it I, back in effect in 1940. If such Is and has coins, I ties d. n" ".'1,..
many newspapers, \
Right there is where Applications for widow's pension f
you're wrong. over and I'm sorry about the the case, only those farms which stamps, etc. to keep the of K H .II th!If'
were approved in the followIng memory KHlll till ,
whole thing. I know that measured In 1939 will be eli- 101 i lliw,1lid
Any one disease that saps the energy and stunts the you were fresh. aiiiIi. ,
Mrs. Bertha Hess Mrs.
,
cases:
fin,, I....
and a !
growth, both mental and physical, of sixty percent of our were right I was wrong. Lulu Edwards. Mrs. Alice Thomas, gible for a tpbacco allotment He is going to tick to the life ..tratlOfJ, ti'
"So what ? snapped the wife, This is very Important, and each order d-, IMln
school-age children is MORE than a problem it is a Mrs. Elizabeth Wynn, Mrs Pearl he says. .. un
"if you think that is going to do tobacco grower should see to it mlnh.tra1" *
.
Simpson Mm :lllttle Cowart, n..xo. d., IJ 'UtttJ
COUNTY-WIDE IRSUEfUnfortunately you any good you're crazy-I've that his farm ia measured." ,
Iuted ''I
Frank W. Rosser B. Couey, Mar- Osmond G. Baker D. 18 1 'fA JH
changed mind! lU3U.Sllrn..d
my '
there is no fancy, scientific-sounding If any of these letters agreed as tin *Loadholtz, Mrs. Eva Harrell, All that the grower has to do is Heart disease, caused the death ( ) w'i
Mr McClane and he will All ,
notify Adn\II'
Mrs. Lollle Ward, Mrs. O. W.. ,.
. name for hookworm, and consequently many of our "best" to the standing or Importance of see that the farm is checked. Wednesday of Osmond C. Baker, Alln..x', 'I 1. I Tmj,
J. H. Saxon. H. C. Green, "Ib"
Rhame of H. H Il .
: citizens refuse' to take the problem seriously. "lIe looks as if I anyone candidate I might feel Mrs. Mrs" W. --. 62-year-bld resident of Theressa. 8-11 'Itt.' ,. MuriS
I Minnie Gibson
that H'I A native of Tennessee, the "de-
; he had hookworms" has become perhaps my personal views as I Breaks Arm In Fall
to describe
a pet phrase any I Bell, Mrs. Leah Nettles ceased had been -
advanced in the column Indeed formerly employed --
were .j---... .D.. .-...'..._.,.#--,..', _u... ..nhn", '._.. Floyd Wleirlns. prominent NewRiver .. .
one who 1.1 lifeless sallow or stunted in growth and the .D& YO.v u. -
; expression screwy, but believe it or not, naval ; as a caoinei outiaer, out had
each of critics contended Nettles Mrs. Calvin Prevatt, Mrs. operator and been in health for a numberof SAVE MOTl! y
is a cue for behind-the-hand smirking, or a few my helpful 'cattleman, received a broken arm poor !
Onie Mrs H. F. Redding,
Taylor
that a different man was the years. He had been a residentof TIle frt,
supressed chuckles. But it is far from when thrown from horse he 'm YOU
a laughing matter Mrs, Delaney Dickerson, and Bol- a wasi try I
"Number One" contender point- this county only five months. smith' T '" ." .
for 680: Bradford County school children who are lagging be- in' out how much they had on the en Johns. I riding early this week. Mr. Wiggins Funeral services were held at to ten It- ,', II' Pl'iJbali buy the)
stated that he struck the
hind in their studies, unable to enjoy their play, and who, ball and how much all the other The following applications were i horse lightly with a switch on 10 o'clock Thursday morning at size. Buttersmith's.. ,,I". ,ou. k OIiJ

it untreated, will grow into misfit men and women, unable, [ aspirants lacked. disapproved: Mrs. Doshla Prescott -! the neck and must have hit avery I the grave in Hope Cemetery. The nore foi v.-. "I nem that t<
i All of which seems to indicate us she his a son in a C. C. C. Rev. C. R. Robinson officiated, m ''n yhi,
I use the M.u. .
perhaps to themselves without the assistance of sensitive spot as the animal .mot) ize.
support r.
a wide divergance of opinion and Camp making an allotment to and arrangements were under the I ,
cent size
I
c !
lurched forward iraim i .
the rider If(
taking d"
local, state, and federal governments.A promises an interesting campaign i her; C.'C. Kelly, because a brother I j' completely by surprise. Mr direction of DeWitt C, Jones. $1.00 shetlcally 1 11111'" !

when the melee really gets underway is in a C. C C. Camp making an The deceased la survived by tht: ,n thing ,
recent issue of "Health Notes", official publicationof ,. i I Wiggins was not even holdingthe II g
I allotment to the minor children In : bin wife, Mrs. Maude Baker. He Tour full If

the State Board of Health, issued this ringing challenge : I I have also been informed thatI his care; Mrs Estella Hinson, because ;I'I and reins when the horse leaped ahead, 'I. was a member of the Catholic
was thrown to
"Every; parent, business man, club woman, school teacher: fulled to even mention a number she is receiving Aid to Dependent -| the ground.consequently HU arm was broken Church, and a veteran of the I WIHTEBSHinBEASLEY&l

civic leader, and minister in Florida should be vitally Interested i of men who are potential candidates Children; Mrs. Ed Sul-| near the wrist. Spanish-American War.

and I probably did You livan, who is now receiving Aid to +.-
in a gigantic thief who has been robbing and plunder I I ---.- TONIC
Children Mrs. Dora
see, I was tryin' to write a column -, Dependent : Another Rodeo
ing this beautiful state of our's for years-HOOKWORM not compile a state direc- Rowe who II! approved for work I!i New MinisterThe -
The
Boree Brothers of Jacksonville
DISEASE. Since it robs both health and pocketbook, it is tory or an unabridged edition of with the W P A. and Mrs. Edith ,[ Rev. S. Victor St.'John and will attempt to their-

"Who's Who" among guberna- Croft, who li certified for work:' family of Jacksonville moved here I repeat
truly undermining the entire economic structure of success of the Fourth of July by
our this
torial prospects. with the W. F. A. week where Mr. St. John has;'

people." Among those called to my attention I been called to serve the Christian staging another rodeo at Kings- Service Statio]
ley Beach on Labor Day, September
-
Church. I
Some very important work with this disease has been I as probable entries in the ". COUNTY NURSE .___ .__... L.He L.L'announces.' .. that. serv-. 4. The. nlfln in rnnka It l a
race that I had failed to mention ";0::' win OB oem me inira lSun
done in the past, and is still being carried on, by the county aie Arthur Hale, Chairman of the TO BE RETAINED. In every month instead of on the "bigger and better" event, with Washing, Polishing,

health nurse, local doctors, and other interested people, but State Road Department. Hans I I''secon Sunday, as has been the fr.ee barbecue and other attractions. -I Greasing-Standard !
.
Continued from Page One) Rodeo features will include -
the has Walker of Ocala who has already case during the past few years.
menace grown out of bounds. It has now reached I I bucking horses, wild steer
announced that he is a candidate on his chassis. The new minister will also serve Oil Products
the point of being beyond the control of any small group of and is out beating the bushes, and Lonnie Crawford appeared in the Lake Butler Christian Church. riding, wild cow milking, "dogging" -

workers, no matter how interested and energetic, and must Walter W. Rose, State Senator reference to the sanitary toilets He and his family are making wild cattle, calf roping, Our Greasing Jobs arts
barrel
races, and other events.Drivers' .
become the individual charge of a substantial majority of and prominent realtor of Orlando. built at the Rising School by Mr. | their home In one of the S. R.Johns' with the best grease

citizens if Arthur, while he has given Kirkland. He was told that the apartments.
any effective campaign is to be made against this Licenses can buy.FLASH.
some thought to the matter and is Board would attend to all necessary --- ---

"gigantic thief. being strongly urged by his details! in thin matter.It McLeans Return Drivers' Licenses will probablygo

According to friends to enter the race, is a Friends of on sale here September 1 or \
"Health Notes, the only encouragingsign was agreed to furnish fence Mr. and Mrs. W. V,
long way from making up his McLean are welcoming them backto shortly afterward. County Judge )
in the whole lamentable situation is the ease and quick- for the Lawtey Junior-High 'r.ICHrs"U'
E. K.
Perryman said .
mind. If he does decide to enter yesterday.The
Lawtey after
absence
School an of
ness with which hookworms can be eradicated.. It requires he will run a good race and corner Brooker, and waatold delegation that work from will many 'years, most of which they I. license wording has not been fil I'CAMllA".",

only ((1)) Public, awakening to the seriousness of the problem, a lot of votes other aspirants begin on the school roof there as spent in Jacksonville. At one t! fully decided upon as yet by state ? "ACTION",

and ((2)) An intensive campaign of sewage sanitation. are counting on, but as the records soon as materials arrive I time Mr. McLean was an employe 1.|I authorities, but all drivers must ,..
I
I I stand no "Ciown Prince"of of the Telegraph and made ',, have them by October 1. I .
It decided that many
Those who was It was the
have made surveys report that ninety per- any administration has ever of Eddie friends throughout the county who I

cent of the homes in rural areas of this county have either been able to make the grade and I I I duty screws"whlch Hartmann he to replace will be interested to hear of his I
removedwhen I
I' > IV THH
NtMK-MF
toilets of the "open", unsanitary variety, or NONE AT ALL. it la assumed that if Hale were I I I repairing desks at B. H. S. I| return. Mrs. McLean is a native 1 UK ..'I.cUtln". TIIK STATE!
to run he would certainly do so of this county and is "mighty I Thomas w. Lonir, HH Director. of
Since hookworm disease is spread by pollution of the soil, I. with the full support and bucking I I i B. J. Kelly and a delegation to be back home." At present glad j State Florida. Beverage Uvpnrtiuvnt of

it is stated that it could be entirely eradicated in a few of the present administration and I from the New River colored school they are living on Route One, Notli-e l IN hereby (riven that on I
tequested transportation for their July l! th 1B3U! one naG Ford .
there is a lot of divided opinionas Mode
Lawtey.
i
years if proper methods of sanitation were carried out 100 iI I M, four door Hodan nutumobll. i
to whether this would be an students. Lewis Mobley was I -_. I eligint' No. 1886798! with nottmvortvH n" I
percent. This ideal situation, of course, is far from complete asset or a mill-stone. awarded the route at $24 per I wa He I led nt Staike, Bradford

attainment and the best do is Hans Walker I don't know month, the Board to pay Insurance Meeting Dale Changed I 'ounty, Florida, for violation of
we Can now to make the J. H. Fields ?f.etIi' 9 (c) and 11 (Id) of Chapter.
most of that offered much about. I've met him a coupleof if necessary. I president of the | moi, Act of 1989, Law.. of Florida,
weapons are free for the asking local Townsend Club announced same' being the Beverage Act f
times and he has Williams
a pleasant Charity will be allowed I 1939. Any periion
The State Board of Health gives the people of Florida personality. Ills business recordis $3 per month for transportation this week that the regular meet-,, In said property claiming mum appear an interest -

the following service : Free hookworm medicine for all patients good and he places much storeon of additional pupils, necessitating -I be Ing changed date of from the organization the will ,:I at tate the Ueverage office of the Department Director of of the the

of all the fact that he is an orphan two trips morning and I first and I I Stale' of Florida, at TalUhaxBee.
doctors in the state. Free specifications for build- j r third Thursday of each month to I I Florida and file claim and Surety

:..nn' ., h__.. _!l_... u.. __ 1.-. u. ,. having adopted the slogan "From evening. I I thA float nvijt .....|.._*| 1.rj- .... I !bond. as .provided bv Section. __ lt: Cl'nn ,_.>
.fe auiiiiuiy luueia, ur maKing OKI ones sanitary wnere pos the Orphans Home to the Governor's It was agreed to allow C. J. --"a '- u. i'ne .'flaOter!. .LVOJ of the Acts of n 1939
sible. meeting place will continue to be/ withIn' thirty days from tb. date TpcJ
Free
Mansion. It is road
personal supervision of construction. Free labor a long Crews to transport children on the of the firm publication, other-wins
through WPA to travel "alone" and I'm Inclined the Bob Week's at courthouse. the .property. will be disposed of aec'O"dIIlK & 7iiref7( /!,T"llfk'fiPfl
place
community sanitation projects, in those $20 permonth. to law You.
to believe that he would be better are further ( : 0015esdi
counties notlfl..d' that If no claim !la made .! ( !
promoting adequate anti-hookworm campaigns.Free Infant Its1Jiir1ii
I
.
Powers within
off if he did have a "mother to the time provided by Uw
laboratory examination of specimens to determine guide him." Teachers of the Hampton Jun. James Hubert Powers. seven- 1 mild Io "old property* with accessories will, /( Is't1S4
ior-High School requested f L pUblic auction to the JII t :Ilr I % eiIi'tIIliII1liII
whether or not a person has the disease Walter W. Rose Is an able and' ment in full for the first three pay I, months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. I County hlgh..t bidder for ca.h at the '
L. R. 'ourt Houxe,
Powers In Starke."
likeable chap fair-haired boy of died : p
In view of these facts it is months of the current term because Saturday I Bradford Upunty. Florida on Septetiher : -
clear that here is one health the Florida Association of Real morning at six o'clock. Funeral lSiD! at 11:00 A. M., s0.r '
.
problem where the statement, frequently made, that "no Estate Boards who has championed I the opening of "The of unforseen school delay in services were held Sunday after. 'I'l'hnpl"a.' P'ovlol..d, .' 19\01: under of the Section Acts of 13 19311(dJ, l1
together
the cause of the property own- ; noon at one o'clock In the 'i ,& W" of Jo'iorldlt.
thing can be done about it because the expense of control I with the fact that all of us have ( DYIII'Cemetery .. 'Ir..t |)ub"tatl
er against the grasping claw of 1 Besides! his parents the t9:19: nAugrunt 11th
and treatment is too great" does not apply. Practicallyevery : the taxgatherer.If been taking some manner of sum child is survived by two brothers, TIIOS. W.6t LONU,

item required in the fight against hookworm is free he enters the race he will mer school work, either in residence Eugene and Billy.Cemetery. I Dh'eelor of the State beverage De-
I I'u'lmellt of
or In correspondence 1"lorl&iu.
for the asking. Therefore the probably be bunched with that necessitating i 1Iy n. !
community that does nothingto this request." The Board I 811 9.15 1.lIIenlhal.
rid itself of the is group that are lust a few lengths voted to do this if sufficient Fund \ Supervisor.
scourge stamped not only with the behind the wnners: but going fund No new I GOOD NEWS fORt

stigma of disease, but also with the lack of ambition to do strong ye might adopt as his are on hand. celved by contributions were ret I --
City Clerk A
The resignation of Miss Lois Carl Johns ,, You know G-3"CII
campaign slogan "We Don't Need
anything about it. this week toward
the f
Adkins as teacher on the fund which j FLORIDA TOE-ONE OF THE BEST |
No More Taxes on Real Estate. facultyof It is hoped will THEATRE
If armed forces of some belligerent European nation Hut anyhow. from authoratlve B. H. S. was received.It to enable the grow large enough !i OA INES VILLEFLA.. THIS YEAR'S "G.3" iI ..$
re-fencing
should invade the country next week, confiscate our food sources you can list him among was voted to pay teachers on cleaning of Crosby Lake Ceme-and I Program for the week beginning .,-STEPPED UP i ill

supply, and deny proper nourishment to sixty percent of our those who are "OUT" for the governorship. less the basis of the salary sChedule,1 tery. This project should not be !I I August 11, 1939 STEPPED DOWN toDon'IdriT. pricel
five
school children so that became percent as was allowed to lag. now that it Is "prettIW gJ
they emaciated in body and I
. -- Among the most formidable done last yea 1'. under wav. and ail. .in..,..>_. _f..-.., ___ ,, Last Time TodayFKATHKBS" _. _--.1.1.. '
retarded in mind every able man In Bradford County would limelight of the past week Is Raiford Carroll and \V. C. demons -I sons are -..ged -to- help the a." ver- -r'UUR LasT r. -"- VVeapeclaUr '-

lake against the Senator Spessard Holland of Bar- trustees of the cause I In Technicolor. In midsuamlamalt.
up arms enemy and rush to the defense of Hellbronn along as soon as possible. Contri. with 1"fal"/
tow While certain disgruntled School. made buttons Ralph Richardson .. wornlhia. dou
the ,
his young ones. following recommendation may be left with Mr June Dupres,
groups will turn their guns on which was approved Johns at the City Hall.George and t' Audrey Smith DANGEROUS 1

What does it matter whether the invader is a foreign him, he Is an able and convincing by the Board: "In case Mrs. j-.----- I,I Bert Saturday Only Com.lnlodoTb -****"
,
soldier diseasef orator and about the only faults Pearl Norman should Wh"''" Marie Wilson tomonowl
all-too-common become
or an The devastating results unable Edwards !I uiorla r)lck"on |- .al"
that might be charged against to teach, that Miss tn
Martha
are equally bad. Just because the enemy is invisibleand him is that he goes to church, Wells be substituted." of George Allen Edwards, brother j "COWIJOV QUARTEKHACK.

goes by the unimposing name of hookworm is no reason doesn't'gamble drink whiskey or of T. B. and J. V Edwards, both also

chase women. He Is somewhat ofa Brooker, died recently in the Jane WIthers and Leo Carrillo
why it should be taken any less seriously. Graham Youth Dies Alachua County 1 inWAGON
Hospital
stiff shirt and will have to develop after an "CIIIC'KEN
We need our boys and girls in the future of our country, I an earthly touch if he hopes Jack Surrency, 13-year-old son illness of ten days. He had made ; FAMILY"

and we need them 100 percent intact-not deprived of am- I to lick with the masses. of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Surrency Ms home at Lulu, where he was S'nday, & lit onda,.
of Graham died Wednesday morn- engaged in farming. He Robert Taylor &.. Hedy
--- -- was born I.amarr
bition, vitality, and inspiration. The ability to work and In at St. Luke's Hospital In Jack- August 23. 1883 in Lake Butler In

the ability to think arc invaluable assets. They cannot be Another Biff Litter sonville. He had been III for three and is survived by his wife and "LADY OF Tin TliOI'ICS

_
A thoroughbred Poland China -atd..clValt
purchased in the market and years. seven children. Funeral ___> Dl!n. 'II
f open any community that brood sow owned by R. F. Demo- Besides services yMBA SCfltrrW!
his were
held
he is last
parents survived week in LOWCOST...
,, knowingly allows itself to be deprived of fifty percent of the rest U certainly "doing herself by a brother H. C. Sur River Cemetery. the New Tuesday A Wedn.Hday.

raw material of future growth and prosperity deserves to proud." This week she brought in rency Graham and three sisters, i -1 .-_-._ __ Fr..d' 'I""REVIVAL' DAVS" I THIS SIGN s' ,QIIf

become what is undoubtedly in store-a pitiable place of a pigs Utter, although of fourteen two healthy of them young have Dell Mrs. Aleen McKUIle.Padgett Hart, Hague Haven; Mrs.and : Tax Sale Monday "- llaN'h I aroH, -Lombard rary Orant CASH SAVINGSRegister 10

stagnation, dependent upon outside sources for whatever since been smothered to death by Miss Maxine Surrency. Graham e
progress or prosperity comes its way.Let's the weight of the mother' body. Funeral services were held at was yesterday evidenced that in unusual Interest Next Motor,
the ThurHdav-Frlrt.jr.'
Last February the same sow In- three o'clock annual sale AUKU.I 7-th
make the most of the natural Thursday afternoon of delinquent tax Bob norms
resources of :reaBed the population of the pig from the Graham Baptist Churchtth property held In

YOUTH I Let's cooperate to the end that our boys and girls world by a litter of eleven--her ...- the Rev. L. O. Hemingway There Monday noon at the court house "01LKDING CITIZEN" ROAD SER'ICETelephone

will reach maturity with the good health and keen minds first. Mr. Demorest says hewouldn't -.fflclatlng. Interment followedIn been experienced was more activity than has rlonn_rtd..d_ 103

that are their natural heritage I j take $200 for his prized the Mt. Slnla Cemetery under in buying property in which recent years Quintuplet.TIVK In rLOj

possession. the direction of DeWitt was on : _
C Jones. ale for 1938 Uw, J TIMES FIVE" :STARKE,

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I TO BEGIN- womON I I r FARMS r LIKES I BIG I'Lf \
Bradford t.lTTLZO

County Telegraph Russell Kay i NEW BUDGET ARE MEASUREDI THE OCEAN I Ben Tampa ted I, A fletro bot

Established 1877t One) I 11\8.
(Continued from Page "
Approximately two.thirds of Sam Simpson returned to his arraign,", ler'as aak,
-- --- -
t lUblishedWeekl on Frida s a Entered as Second Class TOO LATE moneys to Lawrence Wiggins, had Bradford County farms Included I. home here for a brief vacation .I WJRhed I, ""I} I\'hetb

Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida become a Jaw. but final settlement In the Agricultural Conservation Friday after spending several I "guilty"I I p"u'' 1l1Y'
I TO CLASSIFY 1 a
not made I. employe on a trans- Walth tl1I !
wu an
with Mr. Wiggins been measured and months as ,
__ __ ___ ______ Program have I "lie ,,
n Plea
E. C: l\f fth ws.-.. ___u__ __ __ ___ _______Edilor and Owner Aa might be expected, I have re- due to the fact that a copy of the the acreage computed, according Atlantic 8teamship. 000tensI I 't, replie4,

: -- .. .. .. .. ... .. .. ceived five letters since the publication Jaw has not yet been received by to a statement this week by Coun-I I Just before coming home Sam you don '"''11..
--- -- -" --- - ---- --- laWYer.
of my last week' column, the Board ty Agent T K. McClane. spent two days In London, Eng- mente.1 'IIDI
SU SCRn ION RATE cola SOlItft1
Williams and Calvin i."
solemnly or vltrloUcly informing Dewey The work has been done by Earl land; took In aU the eights; ob- Hines

: Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 15c-Payable In Advance me that I don't know what I'm Johls each submitted bids for the B. Sapp and Fred A. Shaw and tamed plenty of souvenirs; and I ha prlsed "1.1. 'be ettJI'b

: Rates talkin' about, in .pite of the fact painting of the county jaIl roof was accomplished with the use of then missed his shIp. He and a meant ',1Ih.. plea, .
Advertising on Application laid I aln't .
of which
was
that twice In the Bald column I consideration aerial photographs of the entire companion had to' hire a speedboat t.:1'ltv.' but I
Jt taD',
In that I over until Friday August 11. to overtake the departed WitH 110
explained language county which were purchased by answer Th
A THIEF THAT LOOTS OUR COUNTY thought clear the fact that I didn't The matter of a charge to be the AAA division of the Depart- steamer, and it cost him to say was llet tftl rial

V Perhaps you read the statement last week of a prominent claim to KNOW any more than made and by Trust the Central Company H'anovel'Bank and the ment of Agriculture In Washing- the least, about a week's wages

the next guy, and probably not as I the ot Mrs. I, Till.: i
He is son Pearl
l local physician who declared that more than hall the Florida National Bank for servIces ton.Mr. .. -- Jr ), .'Sr.. )!
much and that the other fellow'sgueBe -' aU farmel's Simpson of thts cIty, ana cJeclded FJ.OllilJ-- "'YOIIII:
I McCane
urges I \ (
agents 1\
chool children in rendered as exchange
Bradford infected with
the
County are was as good as mine. I taken and discussed briefly who have tobacco to be sure to "go to sea" along with several IN HE: I'tOB\T&
devitalizing scourge of the Southern white man-hookworm. So I find myeif In the wall up strike ESTA'rh of R.
r position and laid over for further con.slderallon. that their farms are measured other Starke boys during a dCceaupdFltL 8.lItllJ

Perhaps you have already dismissed it from your mind of the poor hU8band. who, after a I whether signed up under the pro- among seamen ut pring. Nolle, '" ,%OTICt
I quarrel with his wife while they He said "Becauseof ,, 'reby gh..
gram or not. : Sam is just full of stories about ul1d..rMhcu I .'III I
I as being one of those disagreeable things which make interesting were 81tUn' back to back In sulkln' Application of William Strong or tcioi,. ( In IbaJ
-
tobacco prevailing )
the low prices he
State Tuber the different places has been the UOlll" Ills, ,
k i reading matter, but concerning which there is very silence, decided to adopt a Cham-I for admission In the ]laid this year. It Is quite likely and the things he has done and Urndturr1 '''1., ""OUntr I.
culosis Sanatorium over
was
little that be done. berlsln attitude, and said: that the control wlll be his r"tul'n., .. 'I"'lda.' .
ii can I till Friday, August 11. I' progl'am seen during sojourn abroad, Ad minis" .u..uIexo arid "0."
"Darllng, I've been think In' it back in effect In 1940. If such Is I and has many coins newspapers, dl, II "",1..."
Right there is where for wldow'8
you're wrong. over and I'm about the Applications pen- the case, only those farms which the ott-IS. II tho
sorry lon In the follow- stamps, etc. to keep memory .said I;,,i ,I ""'11
I Anyone disease that saps the energy and stunts the whole thing I know that you were approved were measured In 1939 will be eligible tre h. applti, Ih..,
Bertha Hess Mrs. Old
Ing Mrs. J.
cases: a rlnnl
wpre right and I was wrong" for a tobacco allotment, He Is to stick to the life .
growth, both mental and physical, of sixty percent of our Lulu EdwardH. Mrs. Alice Thomas, going I .II'IlIII",. b:
,
"So what the and each order I .
Imapped wife This Is very important, he CII I
: school-age children is MORE than Mrs Elizabeth Wynn, Mrs. Pear says. mlnl..trat / .. P
a problem it is a "If you think that Ia going to do tobacco grower should see to it + : .111Ii"
n"xo d,
MrM Mittle Cowart, IJ
: COUNTY-WIDE ISSUE r you any good you're crazy--I've Simpson, that his farm Is measured." tutei "'. ,
Frank W. RosHer, B. Couey, Mar- Osmolld G. Baker D. 1939Slgne.i lt ? 3
mind!
I Unfortunately there is changed my tin 'Loadholtz Eva Harrell, I All that the grower has to do is ( ,
no fancy, scientific-sounding If of these letters Mrs. Heart disease, caused the death i
ii any agreed as Mr McClane and he will All AltnL"Alii' "
name for hookworm, and consequently many of our "best"cftizens to the standing or Importance of MI's. Lollie Ward Mrs. G. W. notify that the farm is checked. Wednesday of Osmond C. Baker, '''''., rj I Iut )f 1ev,
see It H I.. it
Rhame J, H. Saxon. H. C. Green resident of Theressa
refuse to take the problem seriously. "lIe looks as if I anyone candidate I might fee ---+ 62-year-bd $.fl !ltl')'
Mrs. Minnie Gibson, Mr W H. "de-
A native of Tennessee, the
he that perhaps my personal views as Breaks Arm III Fall
I had hookworms" has become a pet phrase to describe any- advanced in the column were Indeed Bell, Mrs. Leah Nettles, Mrs., ceased had formerly been employed -

_ one who is lifeless, sallow or stunted in growth : and the ex- screwy, but believe Jt or not, Clara Crawford, Mrs. Roberta Floyd naval Wiggins stores, prominent NewRiver and as a cabinet builder, but had

pression is Nettles, Mrs. Calvin Prevatt, hit's.Onie operator been In poor health for a number SAVE MOy YI
a cue for behlnd-the-hand smirking, or a few each of my helpful critics ton tended cattleman, received" a broken arm
Taylor 1\1rs. H. F. Redding, of He had been resident The _, ,
a fir
Impressed chuckles. But it is far from a laughing matter that a different man was the Mrs. DtckerllOn and Bol- when thrown from a horse he was years. 'rnsmith' ,'ou try I\\"
"Number One" contender point.In' Delaney of this county only five months. 9'i) ui"
for 689 Bradford County school children who Johns. riding early t his week. Mr. WJgO'in. to test ft- probaNy
; . -- are lagging be- out how much they had on the en I' .. ,,'ata.1. 'ho..... .ha. bt...n'" .ha Funeral services were held at ,_,,I_. _. n.__ "' ''II' buy tilt
lllncJ In the r MLu(1Ie4, unable to enjoy their play, and who,, ball and how much all the other The following applications were b'horse' lightly with" II b.switch u.on 110 o'clock Thursday morning at tersmith's.t: nUl ,11'' ,'OU tar

it II Jacked, disapproved: Mrs. Doshla Piescott the grave In Hope Cemetery. The I r"1l" ml that t r,
_ untreated, will grow into misfit men and women, unable, aspirants the neck and must have hit avery I I II07'C tOI v' m'n'
she hus In C. C. C. ReV. C. R. Robinson officiated tb!!
: AU of which seems to indicate 118 a son a use the M.II
perhaps! to themselves sensitive spot as the animal .moll) 'Ie,
without I
} support the assistance of T
a wide dlvE'rgance of opinion and Camp making! an allotment to lurched and arrangements were under the cent size CI. '"nin' ,(
/ forward taking the rider d..
_ __ local, state, and federal governments. promises an Interesting campaign her; C..C. Kelly. because a brother completely by sUI'prise. Mr.I I direction of DeWitt C. Jones. $1.00 size i t !t halt

A when the melee really get under Is In a C. C. c. Camp making an ., The deceased Is survived by tical1) thE rn 'hing
recent issue IS
_ of "Health Nptcs", official publicationof Wiggins was not even holding the I
i :our full 'f i
allotment to the minor children In hilt wife, Mrs. Maude Baker. He (
the State Board of Health, issued this ringing challenge : I way.I have also been informed that his care; Mrs Estella Hinson, be- ; reins when the horse leaped ahead, I.I was 0. member of the Catholic
and was consequently thrown to
"Every parent, business man, club woman, school teacher, I failed to even mention a num- cause he Iii rec'lvlng Aid to Dependent I Church. and a veteran of the WINTERSMITTn
I the ground. His arm waS broken -
civic leader, anti minister in Florida should be vitally'interested I ber of men" who are potential can- I Children; Mrs. Ed SuIlivan. near the wrist. Spanlsl\-Amerlcan War.

dldate and I probably did. You who Js now receiving Aid to I .- '11ft
in a gigantic thief who has been robbing and II ---.- -
plunderIng see, I was tryln' to write a column ,) Dependent Children: Mrs. Dora I Another Rodeo U 1'U tJ

this beautiful state of our's for years-HOOKWORM not compile a state directory Rowe, whO' 18 approved for work / New 4Iinister I The Dort'e Brothers of Jackson.ville -- -

1)ISEASE.. Since it robs both health and pocketbook, it is or an unabridged edition of with the W. p, A. and Mrs. Edith The Rev. S. Victor St. John and will attempt to repeat their
I "Who's \Vho" among gubernatorial Cl"Oft. who Is certified for work I family of Jacksonville moved here I BEASLEY &
truly undermining the entire economic structure of our success of the Fourth of July by
prOlOpects. with the W. P A. this week where Mr. St. John has :
I I another rodeo at
staging Kings-
people. I Among those called to my attention -. been called to serve the Christian Beach Service Statio
icy on Labor Day, September -
_ __ Some very important work with this disease has been as probable entries In the COUNTY NURSE ,I Chul'ch. He announces that servIces 4. The plan to make It a

done in the past, and Is still being carried on, by the county are race Arthur that I Hale had ,failed Chairman to mention of the TO UE RETAINEDJ in every will be month held Instead the third of Sunday on the "bigger and belter" event, with Washing, Polishing,

health nurse, local doctors, and other interested people, but I State Road Department. Hans -- I J secon Sunday. as has been the free, barbecue and other attrac- Greasing-Standard
Continued From One tiorts Rodeo features will include -
(
Page )
the menace has' grown out of bounds. It has now reached Walker of Ocala, who has already I I case during the past few yars.!' bucking horses wild steer Oil
- announced that he Is candidate I The new minister will also serve Products
the a on his chassis.
point of
being
beyond te control of any small group of the Lake Butler riding, Wild cow milking, "dogglng" -
and is out beating the bushes, and Lonnie Crawford appeared In Christian Church.
workers, no matter how Interested and energetic, and must Walter W. ROMe, State Senator reference to the sanitary toilets He and his family are making barrel wild and cattle other, calf roping, Our Greasing Jobs an

- become the individual charge of a substantial majority of I I and prominent realtor of Orlando. built _at the Rising School by Mr. / their home In one of the S. R.Johns' races + events. with the best greaseD!

citizens if any effectye, campaign is to be made against this Arthur, while he has given Kirkland. He was told that the apartments.. rivers' Licenses can buy.
"gigantic thief." some thought to the matter and 18 Board would attend to all necessary --- --- .

being strongly urged by his detaIls in this matter.It lJlcLealls Return Drivers' Licenses will probably

According to "Health Notes friends to enter the race, is a Friends of go on sale here September 1 or i
-' the only encouraging was agreed to furnish fence Mr and Mrs. W. V. I '

sign in the whole lamentable situation Lathe ease and quick.hL long way from making up his for the Lawtey Junlor.Hlgh McLean are welcoming them back shortly afterward County Judge. ii"f'LICSTS") ,

._.. ,... ... _hI. '_1. '- __ mind. If he does decide to enter _R"hnnl___., _Dn".. _a :" "'HII WlIlcn v. v. .v. v --
nooKworms can be eradlcated.- requires he will run a good race and cor- I The license wording has not been I "CAMEIA";
many' 'Yl' rs. most of which I '"
I BI'ooker W8.l'! told that work will they
only ((1)) Public. awakening to the seriousness of the problem, ncr a lot of votes other aspirants begin on the school roof there as I pent In Jacksonville. At one I fully decided upon a8 yet by state I II i33r "ACTION"I

and ((2)) An intensive campaign of sewage sanitation. are counting on, but as the re- soon as materials arrive.It lime Mr. McLean was an employeof I authorities, but all drivers must
I cords stand no "CI'own Prince" I the Telegraph and made have them by October 1. S. ,

_ Those who have made surveys report that ninety per- of any administration has ever was decided that It was the friends throughout the county many who I

cent of the homes in rural areas of this county have either I been able to make the grade and duty of Eddie Hartmann to replace -I will be Interested to hear of hisreturn. I
I
screws which he I'emoved 11'\' 'nn: '_"fIo: .OF '11111 e'rt'rI! )
It ill assumed that it Hate
toilets of the "open", unsanitary variety, or NONE AT ALL. were I when repairing desk at B. H S. JrB. McLean Is a native Ofo' .'1.0111"\.
to run he would certainly do so lot this county and Is "mighty 'Thomas. W. .01111', aM Ilireetor of
Since hookworm disease is spread by pollution of the Emil, with the full support and backing I 1:1.: J. Kelly and a delegation to be buck home." At glad State I"IirIda.Notlve.a"vera..e DtopnrtllUl'Ilt: of

it is stated that It could be entirely eradicated in a few of the present administration and from the New River colored school they are living on Route present One, j III hereby given that on I
Is equested transportation for their JulY 1lth! 1931! one 19d5 lo'lI'd Model
there a Jot of divided
if opinion
years pl'Opcr methods of sanitation were carried out 100 Lawtey. I I 4. fOllr, door ....d811 ....t..mubll..1
This as to whether this would be an I tudents. Lewis Mobley was ,I +--____ "gln" No. 1886798. with ,ietesenrtes
percent ideal situation, of course, is far from complete asset or a mill-stone. !awarded the, route at $24 per I!I watt ..I..d .t Statk'. Bradford

attainment, and the best we tan do now is to make the Hans Walker I don.t know month. the Board to pay insurance '. Meeting J. Date Changed (54'etli'ounty.' 9 l"torida(c) I aol, 11 for(d)violatton of ChaptCr of

most of weapons that are offered free for the asking. much about. I've met him a couple nece8 ary. I'I'it H. Fields, president of the : 19301. Acts of 1939, Laws of Florida,
local Townsend Club. came being the Beverage Act .C
of times and he hUll announced /
a pleasant Charity Williams will be allowed 11/31l. Any person LatereMt
The State Board of Health gives the people of Florida personality. His business record $5 per month for transportation -I this week that the regular meet- :': In said pl'operly cla.lmlull'must appear an -

the following service : Free hookworm medicine for all patients Is good and he places much store of addtttonal pupils, neces8i-1 be ing date of the organization will I. :at tate the Beverage office of the Department Director of of the the
changed from
of all doctors in the state. Free specifications for building on the fact that he Is an orphan, tatlng two trips, morning and' third Thursday of the each first month and to I I II -Itate to'lo"lda of and Florida file claim. at 'l'allahaser and t-Iurety IltIrIIM.tvl
having adopted the slogan "From evening .
the I bond a. IJoVdCU( by Section 13 (c)
sanitary toilets first and
or making old third
ones sanitary where pos.aible. the Orphan8. Home to the Governor'8 It was I Monday. The Chapter( 19301 of the Acts of 1939

Free personal supervision of construction. Free la-I Mansion". It Is a long road Crews to agreed transport to children allow C. on J. meeting the courthouse place will, continue to be I of within tile flr..t thIrty bllca.tI.on.day. from, otherwtee the liale-

L. bor, through \VPA community. sanitation nroipl'h.., .;In.. .h.-. .... to travel "alone' and I'm Inclined the Bob Week's nlacl'! at S2n n..pl I .-... ,I !. ....,p"upcrty\.,,, :. .will_ I be. dl..po.ed_ !ac-1 I
--- ---
------- r-- --- .u -- -- T--' r 'OJ 'IAW. IOU are rurtner
counties promoting adequate anti-hookworm to believe' that he would be better month. j'notified that If no claIm I. made ( .ii7
campaigns. off If he did have a "mother to I Infant Powers within the time provided by law j :

Free, laboratory examination of specimens to determine guide him." Teachers School of the Hampton JunIorHigh .- James Hubert Powers Sl'Vl'n- 'I "old I), Mlii IJI'op..rty at public with auction acee..orte.to will the ,

whether or not a person has the disease.In Walter W. Rose Is an able and requested payment I months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. highest bldd..r for Cash at the ilqc9s
In full for the first three L. R. I I Il'ounty'DUra House, In Starke,
likeable chap. fair-hatred boy of Powers died pal
view of these facts months of the current Saturday I U".drord County, to'lurida on Sept'emh..r -
it is clear that here is one health the Florida Association of Real term because :t morning at six o'clock. Funeral ISth UIIat: 11:00: A. M. t.tots1 '

problem where the statement, frequently made, that "no- E/ltate Doards who hils championed of "The unforsef'n delay In .,. services were held Sunday afternoon I',,14M L'11IL1.lltr IH'ovliJ..d' und," Section 13 (dJ
the opening of school 19:101: of the Acts of 193U. 5101
.
thing can Le done about it because the expense of control I the cause of the property own- with the fact that alt. or together us have at one o'clock In the Dyal iiw First of I.ubllcatlon.9'lorida.
er against the grasping cow of : Cemetery. Besides his August 11th
and parents, the 193U.
treatment is too great" does not apply. been taking some manner of
Practically summer child Is
I the tax gatherer. survived by two brothers, THO \v. LONG,
every item required in the fight against hookworm is free I If he enters the mce he will school work either In residence Eugene and Billy. I IItetor of the tate: llev"rageDe"
'''''-"t of
Florida.
for the asking. Therefore, thc community that does nothing probably be bunched With that sitating or this In correspondence rf'quest." The, neces-Board I I 8-11 6t 0-15 Uy H. I.llIenthal. FLASH!

to rid itself of the scourge is stamped not only with the I group behind that the are wnners:lust a few but lengths going voted to do this it sufficient funds No Cemetery Fund I aJu."rvllfor cOOD NEWS FOR

stigma of disease but also with the are on hand. new contributions were re.1
lack of ambition to do strong. fe mIght adopt as his celved, i
by A
anything about it. I campaign slogan "We Don.t Need The resignation' of Miss Lois this week City Clerk Carl Johns I Yea know (1-3" 11
toward
Adkins as teacher the the fund which i FLORIDA TIRE-ONE or THE B&ST.
'No More Taxes on Real Estate on faculty it 18 THEATRE
It armed forces of some belligerent European nation But anyhow, from authoratrve of B. H. S. was recf'Ived.' to enable hoped will the grow large enough : G\INESVILLE.-FLA. THIS YEAR'S (1,3" ii ."

should Invade the country next week, confiscate our fOod sources you can list him among It wu voted to pay teachers on cleaning of Crosby re-fenclng Lake and I I'rograni for the week beginning a.r-STapEl tiP is '

supply, and deny proper nourishment to sixty percent of our those who are "OUT" for the gov- the basis of the alary schedule I tery. This project should not Ceme-be I I August 11. 1939Last STEPPED DOwN In prlc l lDaD1

school children so that they became emaciated in body and) nnorshlp le88 five! percent reduction as was allowed to lag now that it is drive "pr.tt1 gool'They'e
Among the most formidable done last yeaa- under I Times Today

retarded. in mind,. every. able man In Bradford County would IImeUghtus of the past week Is Raiford Carroll and \V_ __ C___ CI..m._ __ / SODS are way,,....and.....,) all t., ha'n interested. ..._ per-1 'FOUR FJ.ATU"RS" D.y f good I
n -- .
l2C up arms against the enemy and rush to the defense of Senator Speaaard Holland of Bar- ons trustees of the Hellbronn along as soon as possible.'''"'Contrl-' "ause ;I r In Technicolor with NpeCICl 1D pu"---doubcf1ll

his young ones. tow While certain disgruntled School], made the following recommendation buttons may be left with Ralph Richardson June tuprea. makes worn. thbt.
groups will turn their guns on which Johns at Mr. i I; and C. AUdrey_Smith DANGEROUS I ICom.
was the
What does it matter whether the invader is him he Is an able and approved City Hall. I '" /ofs.U
a foreign, convincing by the Board: "In case l'oJrs. I Satu..day Only ID today-
JJert
soldier or an aU.too-common disease? The devastating re- orator and about the only faults Pearl Norman should become unable George Edwards W".I..r lions- "Icklton Marie Wn..on -b. .ale lomonoITU'

suits that might be charged against to teach, that Miss In
bad. Martha
are equally Just because the
is George
enemy invisible him is that he to Allen Edwards, brother "COWnoy
goes church I Wells be substltuted." I QUARTEIU1ACK"
and goes by the unimposing name of hookworm, is no reason doesn't gamble drink whiskey 01'1 + of T B. and J. V. Edwards both also

why it should be taken any less seriously. chase women He Is somewhat of of tirooker died recently in the I I Jane Withers Sail Leo CarrIno
Graham I
I Youth Dies .Alachua In
ft stiff shirt and will have to de-I County Hospital after an ."C1tfCK.
\Ve need our boys and girls in the future of our country, I velop on earthly touch it he hopes Jack Surrf'ncy' 13-year-old son Illness of ten days He had made WAGON F.uULY"

and need them of Mr. and MfS. John U. Surrency his home at Lulu, i
we 100 percent intact-not deprived of ambition to click with the mI1SSt'8. where he was Sunday & Monday
of
Graham died Wednesday morn- engaged In farming He Roh4lrt Taylor lie U"dy r.amarr
---+---- was born
vitality, and Inspiration. The ability to work and In at St. I.uke's Hospital in Jack- August 23, 1883 In Lake In

the ability to think arc invaluable assets. They cannot be Allother Rig Litter 8onvllle. He had been III for three and Is survived by his wife Butler and "I.\DY OF Till-: TROI'ICS"
A
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thoroughbred Poland China -add"d.AIt
purchased in the market and years I seven cblldren. Funeral '\\ DlAn.y' -
open any community that brood sow owned by R. F. Demo- Besides lIervlces $tA HC0tT8":

knowingly allows itself to deprived of fifty percent the rest I" certainly "doing herself his parents. he Is curvived were held last week In the New Tuesday & W.dn..dny -
:
: I by a brother. H. C Sur- River .
--_-.... ...-.-....-. U6_, 6.W.,. .,__....._ ..r..un._ ,,.4t._. auu ,"_ ::. :.,- u"c-t',- prout! This week she brought In rencv, GrAhAm ..... t... _l..___ I Cemetery.l'ax-. .... "UE\"I\'AL DAYS" I .cGN
1.0
pIU""potUL -
become what f.g undoubtedly in !IItore--a pitiable place of I a pigs litter although of fourteen two healthy of them young have Dell Mrs.:--Pdgt.t McKiliie; ;; Hart: ii Haven; e 7"' ;:: I' Sale -.Uollday-- I j'r"dt.Iar'h:S. 'arnIe -In Lombard("ary Grant :i, CAiAVINGSRegister to


stagnation, dependent upon outside sources for whatever since been smothered to death by 101188 Maxine Surrency GrahuUl., and' Tax Collector C. A. KnIght stated i "IaGLENU TilE 1M WK" I

progress or prosperity comes its way. the weight of the mother's body. Funeral services were held at Was yesterday that unusual Interest r x."t Motor
I Last the evidenced In the Thurmiay.ri4ay< August
February same sow In- three annual sale l1-h
o'ctock
Let's make the most of the natural Thursday afternoon of delinquent fiob l1u..n.
resources of tax
I. :reased the population of the pig from the Graham property held In SER\'f(&
Baptist Church
YOUTH I Let's cooperate to the end that our boys and girls world by a litter of eteven-- bel' ';'I'UIthe) Rev. t. O. Hemingway There Monday noon at the COUrt house. I "OCR LJ.\DIXG CITIZEN"added ROAD

will reach maturity with the good health and keen minds first. Mr Demore8t says hewouldn't fflclatlng. Interment followed' been was more activity than has Dh.nn.- Tel phone 103

that are their natural heritage l take $200 for his prized In the Mt. Sinla Cemetery under in buying experienced: In recent year I r I QUlrttupl..bI In I. ILSTARIjE
"ssf'.ioo. property which
the direction was on IoFn: -
of DeWitt C. Jones. sale for 1938 TIMES 'IVE"r '
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