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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 1, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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' CANDIDATE LIST! ASK VOTERS FOR SUPPORT I TO OBSERVE FEW QUALIFYAS BIG OIL TRUCK BERRY SEASON


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IN COUNTY MUSIC WEEK FILING NEARS FEE BLAZES DRAWS


A rush of county candidates to


UNCHANGED IN STARKE pay the last their day qualifying, Thursday\ fees May before 7, is ON ROAD 13 NEAR CLOSE {

expected at the office of the County

Clerk A. J Thomas. Few candidates -
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Thirty-seven HaveAnnounced Programs Announced Dave paid thus far al- Traffic Blocked For Car Movement Stops'' ;
though the time is drawing short.

For Sunday And Candidates for state office must Hours Near Here Here ContinuesAt

P k ,qualify on or before May 2.
ThursdayE1'LOSioN Lawtey
So Far t FridayF. I .

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JFEW OFFICES STILL S. W. C. FACULTY TRIO THIS DISTRICTAmong THREAT cl.mmIARICETS! TO BESUPPLIED ; .

IffTIIO! U T OPPOSITION] WILL A P.PEAK HERE SCARES MOTORISTSTraffic : FOR WEEKS ; '


since last week, the I Inaugurating local observance of Leaders on Road 13 was held up The strawberry shipping season ,,, 7, t'r
Unchanged ,
candidates who have officially National Music Week May 3 for several hours Thursday about' at starke came to a sudden halt n ,

lineup of their candidacy faJ' through. May 10 a Vester Service two miles south of town, when a this week. local buyers announced
announced
IN WELFAREMANY oil truck and trailer their Intention to cease 4 '
In this county In the will be held at the Methodist large belonging operations ,
'for offices are as follows: LJf; Church here Sunday afternoon at to the John P. Nutt Co. of ; however, carlot shipments {
June 2 primary x t n 8 o'clock. Tampa caught fire threatening from Lawety on consignment will @

i State Senator: W. J. Epperson The following program will be FAMILIES HERE passing motorists with a dangerous continue possibly Into next week, Uwas
land Charley E. Johns.State F.' PATY WM. C. IIODOES
explosion. stated. Lowered prices as a
C. C. But. given by the combined choirs of STILL RECEIVE
:
| Representative the Methodist and Baptist Churches Two small tanks on the truck' result of the rising tide of fruit ; '
Durden. Fred Hazen and AND PATY SPEAK HERE ASSISTANCE 1
ler A. A. HODGES ; assisted by the congregation: blew up but favorable wind prevented from North Carolina was given as b'

M.Clerk J. Sapp.of the Circuit Court: A. J,. TOMPKINS BIDS FOR CONGRESS Prelude (Instrumental), Mrs. L. Welfare figures for March released the flames from explodingthe reason for the action. "
A. Canova; Call to Worship; Hymn yesterday by Miss Furma trailer where the bulk of the The opinion was expressed( In
Thomas -- 44 choir and fuel oil was being carried. some quarters that operations i i ,
Superintendent of Public Instruction Senator Wm. C. Hodges, Tallahassee -. and the slot machine law. No.; congregation; Douglas, District Director for the
might be resumed here at laterdate ;
Scripture lesson and prayer, the State Board of Social Welfare, reveal Long lines of passenger cars and I a r
E, He that If elected
J. Thomas and Barney candidate for Governor, promised governor '
: A. I If yl'
lull In
Rev B. M. Montgomery Anthem trucks halted on both aides of the a comes the North( ;
; that of the twelve welfare
McRae. spoke here at noon Monday; B. F. he would stop the practice of "Holy Art Thou," Baptist choir District fire, while some took to the woods Carolina output because of a frost { y
; districts the State

C. A. Knight and Palm Beach made "handing out Jobs to buy the votesof comprising
Collector: of West
Tax Paty, and detoured around the blaze. that damaged the crop there a
to voters here legislators" and stated that no Hymn' No. 372, choir and congregation Five, which Includes Bradford,
Carl Johns his second appeal The driver of the truck stated week ago Monday.
Violin solo;; Miss AnitaCourtmanch
; Baker Union Alachua
,
Nassau ,
Assessor: R. F. Demorest,, Wednesday afternoon; and Mallie legislator nor close relative of a ,
Tax that the fire Since Thursday of last week
Vocal John began under floor i }
solo Mr
; Clay, Putnam, St Johns and Flag- t F i
H. Hill Florida candidate, legislator would be on the state'spayroll.
and L. Martin West
?
W Hayes ha. rolled
E: Powell; Talk "Music and Religion," ranks sixth boards of the truck and was probably Lawtey sixteen exprMItcars
Oscar Andreu, Nelson visited here Saturday, but did not He also stated he was ler Counties among ''
Sberlff': caused by defective wiring. while Starke has had four cars ,
the Rev. C. B. Prlcet Anthem "The
the districts of the State In num.ber
Green and MUler L. Johns. speak. opposed to removal of public officials l- Triumph Song, the Methodist of families receiving assist The loss was covered by insurance and a truck movement of 2,743: y fit

County Judge: E. K. Perryman Hodges who calla himself from office without proper Choir; Hymn No. 47; Benediction. crates The total week's movement ,

and T Frank Landrum "Homestead Bill," gave a brief his- hearing.A ance. from both points Is estimated at + '4 4
On next Friday three artists -
I night Of the 32,650 families In the
Supervisor of Registration: H. tory of his fight to promote the third speaker during the week from the faculty of the Florida State who were aided during ENTERTAINSCIRCLE 490,408 pints The average price I' ,, r
(C. Wall. tax exemption amendment and was Claude Tompkins, candidate cents which, P .
State College for Women will was seven per pint, ; ,
March 2,744 or approximately 8.4
DistrictOne and for Congres from this district, who '
County Commissioner called on the common people would mean a return to growersof
be presented In a recital at the
of the total residentsof
cent were
the addressed voters here late Saturday per
: J. II. Rosier and John C. homeowners to support him In Woman's Club House at 8:30: the nine counties comprising LARGE CROWD ATTENDS 3433276. t

Clemons. governorship race. afternoon. The Jacksonville o'clock. They are Miss Augusta (this district. SUCCESSFUL Through Monday the price ongood i' t 1 1t
County Commissioner District The Senator declared his advo- business man attacked the Smoot- violinist Miss 'Esther MEETING fruit held up fairly well with,
Mary
Murphy. ; The report further showed that
Two: L. L. Conner. Alex L. Barnesand cacy of adequate Federal old age Hawley Tariff Act which he Winslow pianist and Mr. an average of around $2.90 pep ,
; of this number 1,911 families
W. M. Edwards. A pensions and a mothers' pensionfor charged was supported In Congressby I Owen Sellers, cellist. Miss Ella were Friday evening. April 24, the local crate over the week-end, and $2.50> l\
enrolled with other agencies but II i \
County Commissioner District care of children whose support Representative R. A. Green, as Scoble Opperman, Dean of the who received supplemental assistance camp W O. W. entertained the Monday However, Tuesday open. -'
Lester widows. There are ample being largely responsible for the members of the Stark Qrove of .
Three: Mallory Thomas and was left to School of Muslo at the will ed with a sharp break In the market
college,
In the form of surplus
govern.
being collectedto decrease in trade between this Woodman Circle. There was a total F ,
: Kite. tax moneys now be here with the trio. ment commodities from the district and by Wednesday the price i'' .
County Commissioner DistrictFive take care of the mothers' pensions country and other nations. The they offer Includes board. of 130 members of the two organizations bad dropped to $1.60, slightly more I i

: T. D. Dyal and R. T. O'Steen. and'' to permit reduction of Promoters of the bill seemed to selections program from Mendelssohn. Debussy Services welfare which Included child present, besides a than four cents a pint. ) ,

School Board District One: J. C. automobile tags to $5, if "decent think that we could continue to and Grieg, and promises to welfare, parole and Investigationof large crowd of visitors. Trucks will continue to buy berries .

Prevatt and J. H. Moor 'economies". are affected, Hodges sell to other nations without buy- be treat for music lovers The meeting was presided over here to supply nearby marketsfor
a rare Individuals for State Institutions. -
Board District Two:' W. Ing anything in return, the speaker Indefinite time and a
School said.Paty i here. ) certifying for W. P. A., N. by O. J. Anders, Consul Commander an yet,
C. Manning and H. D. May. speaking on the street corner said. He advocated changingthe of the W. O. W., and Mrs. Elliott many growers will keep on pickingto
admission Y. A. and C. C. C. and service
be .
for
There will
School Board District Three: at 4 o'clock In the afternoon, tariff laws so that foreign no charge Flynn, Guardian of the Cir meet this demand for several ? 5

Stafford I... .Crewe and.. E. J. Lewis.Cigarettes continued his attack on the Shoats trade could be given a chance to, but an data r+fferlng* will be re- I to other agencies were given In cle. The welcome address by the week. '
[ceived at the the proceeds 470 cases. i
: .fl. revive. }
li administration, two-job leglsaltors Consul was most graciously responded Total movement from the county
which will be. used for repair of Relief, In the form of govern ,
by Guardian Flynn. Following this season has been estimated at i
StolenArnold the piano at the club house and fora ment commodities was given to
this short talks by circle 3,004,505 pints with a return to
SCHOOL FUND JERRY CARTER contribution to the scholarshipfund 2.715 of the families listed In the
of U2 ,148.48. Carlot
members and sovereigns Inter growers

toy has Brymer been released, negro from delivery Jail GETS BOOST HERE TODAY the college.of the music department at report.---'. spersed with music was the orderof movement has totalled 132, with .

the meeting. Many thanks are ninety-eight cars from Lawtey ana I j
under a $50: bond charged with _..
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-- Townsend ClubThe
stealing several cartons of cigarettes COUNTIES RECEIVE GIFT COMPTROLLER LEE due to Mrs J. D. Doyle, Mrs. thirty-four from Starke.So .

from the Canova Pharmacy FROM STATE THIS WILL SPEAK I F. G. Schell Dies Townsend Club will meet In George B. Flynn, and John H Powell far production this season has : R

here. James Simmons, another WEEK SATURDAY Funeral services for F. G. Schell, the High School Auditorium Mon for their pleasing selections of exceeded last year's figure. by

[negro arrested at the same time ona W. V. Knott an- Jerry W. Carter, member of the who( died at his home In Lake But day night May of, at 7:45: o'clock. popular songs. Among the speak about 500,000 pints of fruit._ ,

charge of receiving and selling State Treasurer Bradford Florida Railroad Commission and ler,were heir there Thursday afternoon There will be good speakers In attendance ers from the Circle were: Mrs. G. A.- i i
that
the stolen goods, la still In jail; nounced this week Its candidate for Governor, will speak at 4 o'clock. He was well- and a cordial InvitationIs M. Inman, Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Miss FEDERALINSPECTOR '
6694.30 as
received
Officers stated that the boy would County turned over In Starke this morning (Friday) known In this county, having been extended to every person who Is Amy Moore, and Mrs. L. H. Hill. I '
the
share of $1,000,000
smuggle the cigarettes out of the schools of Florida by at 10 o'clock on the Bradford ( superintendent of public Instruction Interested In bringing peace and Other speakers were: Supt. A. J.

drug store in a trash basket while to common County Bank corner. Two of Car before Bradford and Union plenty to the impoverished people Grlffls, Judge E. K. Perryman, T.
the state this week. Frank Landrum Oscar Andreu, W. FINDS LOCAL GUARDIN
pretending to sweep up around the ter's seven sons announced the Counties were divided. of .our great country In bringinghappiness t
funds brought
of
allotment
shelves where the cartons were The and madea Into the hearts and T. McGuire, the Rev. B. M. Montgomery GOOD t
date
stored state contributions for the year to speaking yesterday minds of the aged poor. When the of the Methodist Church, SHAPE

the payment of teachers' and busdrivers' store to store, house to house Health CouncilThe Townsend Plan Is put Into opera., Carl John Carl Knight, L. H. Hill, to(
to than 8. canvass inviting everyone to hear Major Hogh T. Mayberry, of
salaries more Public Health Nursing Lion it will help all of our people A. H. Harley also a Mr. Wheeler .
DR. GARY DIESIN 000.000 toward Governor Sholtz' their father In his first appearance D. who 1 Is Brunswick On., gave the local national ,
Council of.Bradford County will from the babe In arms to the pa of Washington, C.. connected .
GAINESVILLEFAMOUS goal of $9.000,000 for the year. here. hold Its regular,. monthly meetingat triarch and every member of our with the U. S. Government Guard Company It* Federal ttj%

The allotment was made up Comptroller J. M. Lee who was 7:30 o'clockk on Friday night, community should have a part In Service and a. Mr. Brewer, of Armory Inspection: last Friday a
from approximately $292.000: from unable to fulfill a recent speaking who Is night April 24 1936.: The Com .
FORESTER WAS May 1, 1936, in the nurses' officeIn this great work that Dr. Townsend, Gainesville superintendentof
RESIDENT OP the occupational license revenue of engagement here, has announcedthat the City Hall. Any one Interested has planned to bring prosperity to the Court House construction pany administration, property and t l

the chain store tax bill, $487.794 he will be here Saturday afternoon in health Is cordially Invited. all of our people.H. I at Starke.It Armory facilities were Inspected: ;

STARKEDr from the general revenue fund, and at 2 o'clock. H. Young, President la desired by both the W. O. In the afternoon, and the men were '

Austin Cary of Brunswick from other lesser sources._ British theatre-goers paid a total W and the Woodman Circle memo Inspected that night at 8 o'clock.
Guard are Inspected
Maine and Starke, died suddenly' Beren- bers that these entertainments be National Companies
Attends/nstitute of $33.500000; In entertainmenttaxes Rudder of the steamship each by the I reraltlovernment
at 10:40: a. m.. April 28, 1938, at Adkins Home EnteredThieves during 1933. garla weighs fifty-five tons. frequent recurrences. once year Fedi.i. r.
Major Mayberry sx
the University of Florida, Gainesville Mrs. Clennle Hickok, county
entered the home of said that we have good companyin
:. Doctor Cary was very activeIn nurse attended the Home Hygieneand
forest, osMervmtlon. having Judge A. Z. Adkln\ hare Thursday Care of the Sick Institute held Starke and In some phase of I

spent the greater part Of his life night and took several articles Including In Orlando. April 21 and 22. The II POLITICAL REFLECTIONSAn I the military work It Is above! then ,, ,

in its study, practice: and teach- : two Stetson hats a pair of Institute ,waa conducted by Mra average. u

Ing. shoes, a flashlight, and a watch. Hellman. R. N. from the 'wai Major Mayberry Is stationed I la ax
For many yean he was connected Charlotte ( unbiased survey eempiiml favored. The only candidate von Agriculture tytlhan Mayo I t
[ with the United States For Members of the family had gone American Red Cross, Washington. by Russell Kay and released ceded by all to have a clear tract present and the warm, sincer< Brunswick, Ga and for the 73$t:

eat Service and retired from active to bed at the time of the theft and D. C. Home Hygiene and Car Is through the Florida New Serv was Bob Gray, Secretary of State, greeting ho received throughout month has 1MenlfospecUng the la t

service only last year. heard noises but thought them a Red Cross course and national ice.) i who has no opponent. the day seemed to Indicate hit fantry Companies of the Florida Pik
the
His first appointment with the caused by other members of headquarters Is very anxious to If political bulletins were Issued Among gubernatorial c"ndJ.l1atea strong position. National Guard. Immediately following .

United States Forest Service was family help Its authorized Instructors and after the manner of these released attending the meeting were B. F Treasurer Knott found himself Inspection Lt. T. T. Long i ,

March 1. 1905, but he did not devote Institutes are one of their, waysof by the weather bureau the forecast Paty. West Palm Beach, Dan seated at the banquet table with announced that the checks for the i

his entire time to work In the doing It. Burton past quarterly drill had arrived 1 ,5
Food Sale SaturdayThe at the moment would probably Chappell, Miami. Grady ,, Ted Lancaster an opponent almostat

Federal Service until beginning ( t read: FAIR: Not much change In Wauchula J. R. Yearwood Winter his eibow, but they passed each and that he would pay the men

July' 20 1910. From that date Ladles' of the Missionary BirthsMr. temperature for few days, brisk Haven, Frederick Van Roy, Crystal other the salt and exchanged quips Saturday. Of course this did not .p.

until retirement last year, Dr.tarys Society of the Methodist Church variable winds of Increasing velocity. River and W. A. (Bill) Ben- like pals Lancaster is an aggres. make the men mad.

services were continuouswith will hold a food sale Saturday and Mrs. Frank Brooking, .-Fog, haze and Increased net; Ocala. Henchmen of a number slve young chap who made quite a This year the local company of r :

the United States Forest SerVice May 2, beginning at 2 o'clock. Starke, boy, April 21. cloudiness may be expected, with of others were in evidence. favorable Impression but such National Guard troops, the Headquarters i'
< For a brief period he was In Homemade cakes, pies,sandwiches, convention Company of the Second
of the
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Raines, sectional thunder storms, rain and While no poll opinions as were expressed by I
|the West but the greater portionof and candles will be sold. The pro- Starke, boy, April 26. hall followed by rising temperature was taken, the general trend of newspaper men Indicated that It Battalion 124th. Infantry, will hold ,t'', ,

i his work has been among the ceeds'are to be used on the con over entire state, terminating conversation indicated that Paty was not felt Getxen was amore Its Field Training encampment at e'i' ;
'large timberland of the struction of the Christian Education Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter, Fort McClellan, Ala., from July
owners In a general heat wave. Advisable and Chappell were considered the serious threat to Knotl's reelection. ,
.South and the Northeast. He assisted building. The sale will be held Starke, girl, April 26. to protect tender political strongest contenders among those 26 to August 9 This will be the 4

| < timberland owners In the In the building formerly occupiedby Mr. and Mrs. Arch Prevail heat during present with Burton considerably first time In many years that the
timber from shriveling '
'
J. Colin English was the only .
wparatfcm of Rachel's Shoppe. Starke, boy, April 27. Florida National Guard has had a-
management plans latter part of May and early June. behind but making some headway, candidate for Superintendent of 'h G
many of whom today him full administration Field Training encampment out
give
with
AU of which Is Intended to Indicate handicapped Instruction but beseemed
Public present
redit for the side of the state, and all the men a I .
starting them off In that the average political | tie. Bill Bennett and Van Roy make most favorable ?
to a
atded l field of scientific forestry in "Lucky Days"Here about received little serious attention and are looking forward to a new adventure : ;
ractlce. Stores Cooperating forecast at this time Is just I' impression and Is considered a real l l jDaugherty
He In tactics.
became military
an authority as reliable as a weather' report A were greeted with more curiosityand. serious threat to Cawthon.
>l conservative wo1 practices of are the "LUCKY DAY" stores that are working together review of the press for the past pity than anything else .e

Tnttamg timber upon In.Uence to give their customers $SO Free each Saturday. Ask today week shows little change fn the The popular question of course Cleudy and very unsettled weather To PreachThe
Collins -
Indicated for Vivian
whole along this line the at any of these places and they will explain the rules. gubernatorial set up. Reports from was "Who Is going to be the next with was the announcement that Rev. W E. Daugherty will .
naval stores Industry has different sections continue to conflict Governor? But It might just as
en 1M would meet stiff opposition preach the morning sermon at the i + 1
potent and Elmer T"as n
widely effective. Steinberg's Store to favored candidates. Papers well have been "Where Is e
Top Grocery as of Christian Church here Sunday at
McNamara
*toe Tip from John O. Daytona
Cary wrote many books on content far as an Intelligent answer was
Service Station for the moat part '
oreetry His Hart Furniture Co.Stump's Joe Slstrunk's Beach who recently resigned 11 clock.. .
-Manual for Northn
concerned.
defInite -
In withholding a .
themselves i .
Woodsmen Denmark Furniture Co. as Asst. Adjutant General and will }
Store
a wide and quoting other Considerable interest was evidenced

wtlon that 'tawu necessary Bradford Hardware Co. Magnolia Fish MarketHayes papers expression as to the progress of the I In the various cabinet races, oppose the General In the June pri New House At LakeMr. r

'? Publish several edition to sup- Service StationGreen's 'particularly that of Comptroller, maries. McNamara seems to have
Iy the demand. Jacobs' Store different races. Incumbent and Merl plenty of backing and while he Is and Mrs. Hamilton Hitch of j 1aineevllle
StoreMitchell's convention of the Florida J. M. Lee.
Pharmacy At the late .tart fast ; are having a cottage
Doctor Canova's making a promises a
each
Cary spent much time In State Press Association held In Pace of,Tavares were present .
Drug Store built at Lake between the
and KIngsley
and Interesting race.A
around J. M. Alvarez of friends and fol
Starke. where he last'week publishers and with a coterie
d. his home when not living In Slstrunk's Feed & Seed Alexander A Company I politicians Daytona milled about and political lowers. Lee's reception showed magician Prof. Michael Mar- Peek place and the H. C. Wall
finished
lace. The house will be
ew England. He was always Smith's Garage S. R. Johns A Sons gossip ran riot, but In the end clearly his strong position with tlneck circulated among the guests '
'ID
time for the summer season.
early and Willing to cooperate with Store Smith's Service StationStern's I summed up to Just about ZERO. the newspaper fraternity while pulling rabbit. out of hats and i

yons who had a forest Problem, The Quality arguments occurred In Pace was not without strong support money out of thin air to the amusement r

ad ." Widely known among prt- New Deal Service Station Garage some Spirited Instances when editors attempted particularly' from his own of all. Some candidate.migh.t The bureau of air commerce now t
(ate The Spotlight him to a few Is rating private aeronautical beat ,
timber land Owners and Um.r West Side Service Station to extcJI the virtue of section.No employ pull P

; rga operators In Florida and South AfcP Food Store Brown's Pharmacy 1"some candidate they _personally opponent of Commissioner of ..ot.. out of thin air for them COlI 11gb La. 4 ,.4

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. ST.tRKE. FLORIDA FltlDAY. M\Y 1

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l1( HOMECOMING NEW RIVER BOOTSEY'S BEACH r ZIFF SUNNY BROOK FARM Pursuant to the requirements of same" In my office; and o,, i' ,?., 'j I

There will be Homecoming at t HU I L.la Mae Lewis, Core..eo.de.tServices Mm. O. E. Crosby, CorrespondentMr. law and the resolution now on file her..nn.Plication for a tax rt...,,"I II. .'"
(!Mm. .1. L. Johns, Correspondent/ ) L. GusUIns, CorrespondentMiss In the office of the Board of Public Said "rtlf, '" '" "
Long Branch Baptist Church Sunday Instruction of Bradford County the following d"M..rlh: j' '?4w:!
; were held at Little Rock and Mra7\V: Halslop and Florida said Hoard of Public Instruction the ("Dunty of Bradhl,1', ? 'li-
1t I May 10. AU members are invited needed rain fell last entertained Florida
much to
s A Verdie Crews church Saturday and Sunday by son Fred, and Robert Ward, were / hereby calls an election to wit: d
to be present and a cordial Saturday add the crops are looking several of her friends here Friday of be held on Monday May ISth.. 1930 W Hir. A of NE't.: ..rNWW4 :\ ''
Rev. W. M. Moody business In Jackson- "
the of
'f i invitation Is extended to the public pastor transacting In the school houses In the dhtrl..laform.rly Section IK T i ,it r
fine. night with a dance. Vanderbllt Hellbron. South, KM""t.; "
LaCroase. ville last week. known as I \
one day '
k i. 1" to come and be with us. Dinner to Starke deserlbed 'Ing! S acres More ., '''"''J ,
Among the visitors Mr. and Mrs. Doc Harris of Union of Gum and Rising, as hereinafter ,Io', I n
will be served on the ground. : Q. W. Andrews J. visitors here Sun Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Howard and Miss Margaret Sapp now together comprising The assessment u; 'I' ', ..
Saturday were .
County were erty under : a1,1'"
the ,
Thomas Branch spent Saturday night with Special Tax School District number safe' n.
and Mrs. F
;, R. L. Harris, Clerk. J. Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. son Mr. RB. 14 of Bradford County Florida to skKS.lB't. ':[' "I, *

.!': ... -.__ Johns. day.Mrs.. Mary Reddish has returnedto and Mrs. E. Howard spent SundayIn Betty Crosby. determine the following matters, to- ) T

The chamelon Is the only member We are sorry to report Miller L. the home of her son, W. M. Red- Jacksonville alt the bedside of Mrs. J. R. Kelly and baby have School wit: First District, whether number said. (14'Special shall.. Tax be deere-d-V-eol-dTn-g111- ;",;'',I'',;, -', .11''' '.. ....

i of the reptile family that can Johns on the sick list this week. dish, after spending some time at their slater and (daughter, Mrs. returned to their home here after divided Into three Special Tax. to arty the descrlhed. ttervrl t : ,,',h.h."no/.
Alice Groover Is seriously ill. weeks with her School Districts, each with the following highest blddel, 'oM
in Lake who spending several II I tb.i .
Is i
Jack vlHltlng house
Sapp her
focus both eyes upon the same Lawtey as the guest of daughter boundaries, : door on thr f11.. ,
W. J. Johns.pf !Starke spent several parents in Lake Butler. the month of June tl Ilda"n.
Butler. Thede. 1'1 '
point I Mrs R. R. SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT '
das here with his son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivanand the let day. or June, 19ii whh'h 4
the district :
Mr. and Mrs Pierce Crew of Miss Thelma Gaskins spent Sun NUMBER 10: (Being d.t r'
Y mv- and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. and Mr. formerly known as Vander OFFICIALeSEAl H \
Raiford and Mrs. J. E. Crews of day at Woodlawn as the guest of daughter children of Theressa bllt) Beginning at Southwest corner ( ) '' II:!
:
A. J.
Leeaburg, were visiting Mr. and Miss leva HIHiard. Lewis. Marlon Bennett; Mr. and Mrs A. of Section:: Eight! Township Six Clerk. THOtLts of :, .
Pit"
i i'i Mrs. E. A. Sapp Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Norman and Wesley Dyal of Graham spent H. Johns of Starke were visiting South thence, East Range to Southeast Twenty-one' corner East. of, of Bradford""r alt?"" ,,,,",')".",
4106t6
Little M. L Johns had the misfortune daughter Cleo, of Highland, were Sunday here with his brother, T. Mr and Mrs. Floyd Crosby Sun Section Nine Township Six South, FI"IJ4I.O"'I .

to fall and break his arm visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gas- D. Dyal. day afternoon. Range. Twenty-one East of Section thence ('''] OF 11I.\1.:
North to "Southeast corner '
'
Tuesday. He was taken to Gainesville kins Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mra. Clyde Kelly and Mra. H. M. McRae of Pine Level Four. Township "Six' ; South, Range Notice I I. herei I:!.' I\9rF:1'/::

for treatment. Mrs. M. F. i Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkerson children were visiting Mrs. Kelly's was visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Twenty-one East: thence East to theHOllth..a"t der and In accordant" 'e,n,',I,,' ''h",
of Section Three ,,
corner um ;
Wiggins and Mrs. M. J. Sapp Mr. of Lawtey were visiting Mr. and parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sow- Crosby Sunday. Tuwnshlp Six South, Range Twen taut sale final decree i>r fit,, ,, ,I'i' .Aa1.r?" ?,. ,

Miller L Johns and Mr. Rudolph last ty-one East thence North to South rendered by lit,.. \ / VJ an4
; trr Mrs. M. L. Thompson Sunday afternoon ell Sunday.We Doris Crosby spent the night east corner of Section Twenty-two, ns Judge' of the circuit j. ,;. ,,"'",

.' Andrews accompanied him. We are very sorry to report that with Marie and Selma Sapp of Township Five I South Range Twen .Bradford County FI""oI. | ', ''Ir *

1"1 S z 1 wish him a speedy recovery. C. E. Crawford and Fisher Gas- Blrt Stokes and Mrs. Henry Shaw Gum Branch Saturday.Mr. ty-one East: thence Last to Southeast In.ery said, In Court that, certain.., '. ,, 'IId"1 ban"! ,
of Section Twenty-three, wher'''in/, :, ;p";
corner th I ,
; '.j ,ph Olson Thomas spent the week- kins of Ocala, spent the week-end are on the sick list at this writing and Mrs. Lois Newmans are Township' Five South Range Twen- Land C 1P Sue Dank. Is plulnlirr' u,1 i I II' ,"",

;.: end with his family here. here with relatives. hope they will Boon be well ty-one East. thence North to Northeast et al I are def.i, ,|I., ,' '
the of born 662. the undersigned :: '"
;.. proud parents a son ,
corner of "Section Twenty-three. ,
dir J Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Dryden of again. by said. decree i M*""
Jerry ,,, '
I appoint.'
Twen
? Saturday April 23.: Township Five "South' Range >| .
: ,: ; children visited In Starke Tuesday Palm Valley spent a few days here Resale Thomas of Starke and ty-one East thence West to New to the highest Imi.l i ', .I'
I front of the ,, 1 h 'It
South ,
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus of ft.in, ,
along
Conner River thence southwesterly .1.|
d night. Mr. Smile Roberts of Penney Farm, Ilradfard
'ii. last week visiting her parents, County' .rlq'
said river to West line of Section ?''.iini'' T
n.
Starke dinner of Mr.
a and Mrs. Roy Quinn. were in our section last Sunday were guests Twenty-nine, Township Five South, Sturke Florida, ;durum" / ,.L I[? I.

;: 1'i'f' 1- I Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thompson night. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby Sunday.The Range Twenty-one; East, thence Mourn 1936.: the of sale on Mi">,ud.i\ v i let p1 1
; SAXTON South along said line to point of beglnnln. following ,.1|: ,' : |
xnd children were visiting Mr. and Henry Howard' and Mrs. Effle Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Cros- .. mines situate In Hi< .i.n, ,i I' m't
,
Mrs. W. A Tiler, t'orre.pondentMr. }Florida to-wit '
'I
,
I # of passed by and children of Brooker were SCHOOL DISTRICT
Mrs Dan Starling near Lawtey. Morgan Fairbanks SPECIAL: TAX -
,: I 41 here Wednesday after- guests of his mother Mrs A, S. NUMBER 16: (Being the district Northeast Qumt' ,., ,, ..
!' and Mrs. W. A. Tyler and Sunday afternoon. through formerly known as Hellbron): Quarter or North! hilt, 't r 7

children spent Sunday with her parents --. Crosby Sunday. Beginning at the Northeast cornerof Eight <8)), In "Set, |",", i I '? '''-
noon.Mrs. Mr. and Mra. R. S. Alvarez the Southeast Quarter of Section 6 South Range 21 1 K: .'h': '
E. Howard Is spending several were
,t' ," Mr and Mrs. O. L. Brown. Ing 40 acres n
WOODLAWNMr Five, Township Six South Range mar< "n" .
I a Mr and Mrs. Theodore Crews of days here with friends and in Starke Saturday. Twenty-two East thence North to South half of East 1 iu .j; .I''''''

j I, '7 '! afternoon : N. M. Bradley, Correspondent relatives. .- the Northeast. corner of "Section' Northwest Qua, I I.-, t \ "I', ,
sJ Lawtey pent Sunday Quarter of
Thirty-two Township. Five South Section I I-,. i ,., ; 'il
: with Mr. and Mrs. John Bell. L. O. and" Johnnie Lewis were PINE LEVEL Range Twenty-two East thence South Range 22 ,K.I: t i I'hip', > [, y I
.g
and
O. T. Nelson was a visitor to Mr. and Mrs. Harley Keene visiting in Fairbanks last Sunday West to Ntirtheast, comer of "Section' meats with all, lieredltainrut-, and slngul.ni" I,,, ..,'f

Lawtey Saturday. family of Cross City spent last afternoon.Mr. Mm. II. M. AlrRae, Correspondent Thirty-six Range Twenty-one, Township East Five thence South tenances thereunto l-i,., ,r'u,i <,:''I,.,,. I
week at the home of her parents ru
Ancil Brown and Jerry Brantleyof and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and North to Southeast corner of Section .rt..lnll''
William C. Hodges Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey.Mr. Mrs C. H. Phillips and daughter Twelve, Township Five South Speck K. PEmY.Mu;
Ocala spent last week-end here. sons L. O. and Johnnie and daughter of visitIng Range Twenty-one East thence A. i l Mastt; t i: -, ,
and Mrs. D. I. Knight and Verna Sampson were KNIGHT 'IIAttorn..y"
dl'' W. R. Swanbom of Slater, spent Lula Mae and Miss Hazel West to New River, thence down & KNK1IIT.
9 "HOMESTEAD BILL"Submits family apent Sunday at the home friends here Sunday after said river to section line dividing for Plaint ,
the week-end here with his family Thomas attended the birthday day 4.17.It8.1No'rl'F
"Sections 15 and 22, TownshipFive
of Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Bradley.
l lj Ills C'untllducy For dinner given at the home of Rev. noon.Mr. South Range Twenty-one East:
Freeman Starling spent Sunday and Mrs. L. L. and of : OP AI'rl.l1'I I01
last In honor Hushing thence East to Northeast corner | |
C. C. Johns
Mrs. Lizzie Sunday FOIt
Tyler spent Sunday 'l'\\ IleF91NOTICEenlit :
:
GOVERNOR Miss Winona Brad- "Section Twenty-tnree, TownshipFive
afternoon with children of Gainesville visited rel-
with her daughter Mrs. C. C. Sum- of Mrs. Lewis' father, W. J. Johnson South. Range Twenty-one East, IHERII'i' :tl|
atives here Monday.We thence South to Southeast corner of : |
FLORIDA ley.Miss hla 81st birthday. + That W. I'. : E.\
OF Smith
;,. h.iM-i' ,
G Doris and Lois Section Twenty-three, TownshipFive I
Kersey
} ner.Mrs.. Freida Brantley and Miss Mr. and Mrs. H, E. Thomas and are glad to report that Miss South, Range Twenty-one East Tax, dayiol SeptemhI't I ., ".

,, To The People Of This StateSubject Doris Brown of Double Run section spent Sunday with Miss Vergle children and Miss Rhoda Thomas Myrtis Fountain is improving after thence West to Southwest corner of i and 6th. 1 a of Certificate S.i I'" ,I I..,aea
: to Deinocrutlc! Primaries Section Twenty-three, TownshipFive '
Gasklns. several mt
illness.A .
attended church here Sunday of Jacksonville were visiting their days' South, Range Twenty-one },:a.t.th.e the 6th., Any of Sent'hi.! I, I \ [F,
Misses leva Hilliard and Thelma number of young people en- South to Southwest. corner of 1932, has filed same II.,, n" \ ,Ala; ,
J B. Thomas recently
1 HODGES is opposed to a Sales night. mother, Mrs and has made
i Gaskins were visiting Winona and Joyed the pound party at the home Section Thirty-five. Township Five appib'e'" 'or ,
tax
t Tax and all other nuisance taxes. 4> South, Range Twenty-one East' deed to be Issued 'Hi. ," n |I.
I }'9 HODGES favors: Old Age and Retha Bradley, Sunday afternoon. I of Miss Edna Lewis Monday night. thence East to Southeast corner of of the Said certificate No I 111'I ?"nhrttt.

1, v Mothers Pensions-$9.00: Auto- HAMPTONMiss Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns and BETIIEL- Mr. and Mrs. Hayford Sapp and Section Thirty-five. Township Five the following County of described BruiVmit, m-iintf I! i

mobile Tags--Taking tax: off Ad. NlMrao. Correspondent. family spent Sunday afternoon children of Glen St. Mary's, spent h's Range to Southwest Twenty-one corner East'of, },Florida to-wlt: stati t''r

gasoline used by Fishermen's visiting Mr. and Mrs. Andes Mrs. Ralph Galney, Correspondent last week here with relatives. Northwest Quarter of Section One North West Quartet' iiotiih
I Rev. W. T. McGuIre filled his I Township Six South Range Twen West Quarter, "Sec 14. Town
Pj boats and Farmers' tractors In Thompson.Mrs. Miss Odessa McRae Is
regular appointment at the Chris- Louis Lee, of Tampa, was visit spendinga ty-one East. thence East to point of ship 7 South Rnngi1" 1 B."t
f Industry- Margaret Thompson and I few days at Saxton with her beginning. 40 acres.. And SA of aid, 'trllfl., :
'\ tian Church at Starke last Saturday ing relatives of this section last cate No. 160 embracethr. ,
( HODGES stands four-square for Lorenza Bradley of Jacksonville sister, Mrs W. M. Newman. "SPECIAL. TAX 8CHCOOL t)>IS- lowing described fol.
morning and evening. week. TRICT NUMBER 18: (Being the district properly in the
', r' preservation of the HOMESTEAD spent Sunday at the home of Mr. County of Bradford !state'
; known Rising): of
formerly as
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Brown of Mrs. E. E. Lee and Mrs. CynthiaLee NOTICK OF DISCHARGE },Florida to-wlt: Northeast!
EXEMPTION AMENDMENT and Mrs. S. Thompson. Beginning at the Southeast corner of Qunr-
Notice In. hereby given that I have ter of
Gainesville attended were visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. Northwest Quarter '"r so .
preaching Section Six <
Twenty-five Township
and the enlargement of Mrs. Della Thompson is on the filed my Final Report ax Administratrix Ion 21 Township '
' services at the Baptist Church here L. Silcox: of Starke Sunday. of the Estate of Henry Clay South, Range: Twenty-one East" Range 21 East loud
1 Its scope. He worked for this sick list. We all wish her a speedy thence North to Northeast corner of I'miuimm it
"" last Sunday morning and evening. Mr and Mrs. F. R. Coleman and and application for discharge and Section Township Six Acres. more or lent
Amendment all the Twenty-four
t through long
: recovery. on the 2nd day of May, 1936 will The assessment of th'.el
J. F. Johnson and family left Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stern were apply to the South, Range Twenty-one East" prop>
years of his service In the Senate --. Honorable E. K. Ferryman thence East Southeast of erty under the said ?-i"n'fksleb, '
to corner
I i r and fought before the people this week for points In South Florida Germany has 4.703 dally newspa- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Llgs Cole County, Florida County, Judge for Final of DI.charge.LULA \Bradford. Section Eighteen Township Six sued Porter.was In the nun- .of Hen i

I '." .':,:''J ,, for its ratification where Mr. Johnson is employed pers 976 of which are party or- man and children at the State II. SNOW. South thence, North Range to Northeast Twenty-two corner East"of, Unless. said ...rllfl. .11. -lall \-

p "i i IIOOOES left his office, took a with the telephone company. gans. The largest circulation is Farm, Sunday. I -10-4t-B-l Southeast Quarter of Section Six redeemed according! I'', m', IIproperty -

I i :4.: sound wagon and visited every Joe Truby of Starke was trans 560,000 and the smallest is fifty- Tom Lee was visiting his sister KOTICK OF APPLICATION Township Six South: West Range the Twentytwo Northwest sold to the described highest' ; tli.'i hldde 1 :> vil.it' ,M':I-:
thence to
': a, city village and hamlet in this acting business here this week. five. Mrs. W. L. Sllcox of Starke Mon i FOIl TAX nUKItI : East corner of the Southwest quareter court-hou door on thrd M r
Senate Bill No. .
: '{(. State urging the people to ratify Rev. McDonald of Waldo will day.J.. I I NOTICE IS HEREBY KI.1) GIVEN. of Section One, Township Six day which In Is the the month 1st.. dll'ul s "t I I eA 1,

t the Amendment. preach at the Methodist Church Men In England spend $50,000- K. Cain has returned to his 1 That I Clyde Hersey, holder of Tax South thence North Range to Twenty-one the Northeast East corner Dated this 11th dii* .-i.I ti, I t?;,

: hi;', (Paid Political Advertising) next Sunday morning and evening 000 annually on shirts, ties, and home in PalaUyj.after spending a ', (day t of c tg.t A.454.O.United 1991, ha the* ruled 3rd. of Section Two Township Six f A.Clerk J. THOMAS of Cir! MM' J.

7 collars week with Herman Lee. I Mama In my office and has made South Range Twenty-one Cast, of Bradford' '"., s1""Id.
dt for deed be thence West to the Northwest corner -
tax Issued
I application a to 4-ir-6t-5-15
of Section Two Township Six
thereon. Said certificate embraces
---- --
the following described ",'op- South Range. Twenty-one East NO'l'IfH OF PIIll.: >ll,i1I.R'sJ
erty In the County of Bradford, Stateof : thence South to the Southwest corner B \ I.HNotice :
Florida, to-wit of Section Two Township Six ,
: Is hereby gn-i Order .
H'! of SV"1 of NEV.ex WI/ A. South, Range Twenty-one East. and In accordance u ,iiliha', cf-1'
A Vu of NE"i of SEV' & NWi/j thence West to the Northwest corner lain final decree of r.,. n r' I
of SKVt ofI./ ..... 2 Township 8 of Section Ten, Township Six sale rendered by linn \ / \Jk I
South, Range' 23 containing South. Range Twenty-one East as Judge of the. I'll. ', urt ,
76 Acres: fI ra.'I less. thence South to Southwest cornerof Bradford, County Flot, it 1.,. ',,,
The assessment of the said prop- Section Ten Township Six South: eery. In that certain i i ,cede
erty tinder the said certificate Issued Range Twenty-one East, thence In said Court wh rl"l. I r.''.' was In the name of Chas. R. Qelsler.Unless West to Northwest corner of Section .
i Land Hank Is PIli In f If'I'' i iUloodsworth I
v said certificate shall be Seventeen Township Six South, et al .11') It'<1 ,jd>n'''.
redeemed according to law. the Range Twenty-one East thence ,
case 666. the under I IKI -n Kirn|
described therein be "Mouth' to Southwest corner of sectionSeventeen .
property ltUt Master. by said decrei .ii'i t>d *
sold to the highest bidder Township Six South sell to the highest tilddi.. i i I'' >I'''
court-house door on the first Monday Range Twenty-one East, thence Eastto In front of the South' r .'' I"
In the month of June 1936, the Northeast corner of "Section' the Bradfurd Count' 'I >-
l which Is the lilt day of June. 1936. Twenty Township Six South, Range Starke },Florida during "., ">r
Dated this 20th., day of April 1938. Twenty-one East thence South toSouthwest hours of ale on Mond.o spa tn1U36
(OFFICIAL SEAL) corner of "Section' Twen "I' .1
I
the following d I. "
I A. J. THOMAS ty-eight, Township Six South Range I IMP. situate In Knidt 't 1 'un''
h Clerk of Circuit Court Twenty-one East thence Eat. to Florida, to-wlt:
of Bradford County Florida. point of beginning '
I IlNorthwest
4-24-6t-G-22 EACH for the purpose of levyingand The, Southeast.. 'lUll'|nul" '''I.) lor,

collecting a district school tax half of the Northeast .. vI Iii
INTKR'S ",U... for the exclusive use of public free. "Southwest' of Se''tThIrlI ituu/ )
quarter
r' 1 II NOTICE Is hereby given that under schools within each such respectivedistrict three ((33): Township Fv.! '<,5'' thml'! ,'
and by virtue of a Final Decree ; and Second who shall be. Range Twenty-one (I3n East l t..
the school trustees of each. said district
of Foreclosure made and rendered taming sixty (60) acre, mot "
by the Honorable H. L. Sehrlng provided that In the event thatIt less. Together with all and --Iniul"
Judge.of the Circuit Court of the Is determined by said election to the tenements, h..edllatlIPtll.nappurtenanoe. ,
8th Judicial Circuit of Florida. In so divide said Special Tax SchoolDistrict .. thereuntinpint"'"

I.I ,r ?;' and for Bradford County In Chancery Number 14 Into three special or In any way appertaining/
tax school districts, aforesaid
sY dated March 2nd 19.16. In that as T. FRANK LANDRI'M:
certain cause therein lately. pend then the three persona receiving AH Special Mantel, '''handy> i
t i Mf ins between The Federal Farm the highest vote within each KNIGHT A: KNIGHT
Mortgage such proposed district shall. be declared -
Corporation Plaintiff, and Attorneys for Plalntlfi'
Delia Thomas, Widow et al., De school trustees of such district 4-17-31-5-1
,. I fendant.the undersigned who was ; Third the number of mills of _
therein district tax to be levied and collected .'' m.K": 'J""liiHAitpOHii '
appointed as "Special' Master l\ THH 0-\TV! Jl
(1Y'f I, I annually within each such district "")
/ In Chancery to execute the .same ror.TFIOB: ? ,
( T. will on Monday the let day of June for the two succeeding years.For IN THE MATTER OF THN1''.Tt...
t!>B6. during the legal hours of sale the purpose of holding said. OF .1. ANDREWS>1, : ...
before the Court House door In election the following Inspectors and THE STATE OF FLORIDA\ "

"Starke.' Florida sell to the highestand clerks are appointed : J. W. Andrews, Jr.. Wllllm-! IOy".',
tYp best bidder for cash the following In the territory designated as the Andrews a minor and i
describedlands, situate, ly district formerly known aa Vander I.andrum his guardian rn ,ro'
,,p k y ll ing and being" In Bradford County, bill: Sam Whitehead, L L* Renfroe drew., and to all othei, I'' "
Florida to-wit: and L, L. Norman as Inspectors and cerned:
The Sot of the 8B'4' of the NW'/, K. T. Crews as Clerk.In You are hereby ""IIfl.'o) *'I '

and the NKli of the HW'i, all the territory designated. as the sworn petition has been 'I If" .; "(
In Section 10. Township 7 South. district. formerly known a. Hell Court praying authorltj '
Range 21 Kant containing 80a..M. bron: N. D. Qreen, Tom !Moore and : Andrews, Jr. as admlr-, ,"or'
more or less. Li. R. Starling of W Andr 1.f'
as Inspectors and Pete the estate J. r'u t
with the appurtenances., Said sale Reddish as Clerk.In deceased, to deed and '

to to be satisfy made.: the pursuant same and to said costs.Decree the territory designated as thedistrict I simple the following P-it!ikrl/,,"..,.
uate /In Bradford Count
J1I a:. K. PERRY\rAN. formerly known as Rising:
As Special Master In Chancery. R. R. Crosby, Emory Lewis and I wit: tI-
1))* '' *
425t622 Qeorge Cone as Inspectors and H. H. The South-Half of the : '
T"w '&'
Lewis as Clerk. SWl: of Section 21. "
IOTIfB OF RI.KC'TIOV W. C'. MANNINO. South, Range 22. tONI t tT, 's
By the power vested In them the as Chairman of said Boardof following described .,s I Ij"! ( ..'
Board of Public Instruction of Brad Public Instruction. more or lees. to-wit Fru. J .
ford County, Florida. hereby calls A. J. ORIFFIS where the South llns >' 9r.'
an election to be held In New River a. Secretary of said Board Township ,6, Mouth It".i.\ ,'
District No. It of Bradford County and as County Superintendentof crosses the west edge "
on May 13 at the school house In Public Instruction. 13. then run Northerly ai1'fI '.
L said district for the purpose of electIng 4-17-51-5-15 State Road then"'' feet, t.. Wtl'I r
,. rl,
17 three trustees. and fixing the beginning w..r to, '"
I' 1 1Yx mlllage to be angles"to'said Road ins fe--
{ assessed for the en NOTICE OF >
l N suing two years. APPLICATION Northerly parallel with ".11,?
For the purpose of holding said FOR TAX DEED 62(4( feet to "South' line r '..t, ,I''

Starts Monday May 4th election. the following were appointed (Senate Bill No. 16.11 thence East along sold. 'f. ....,'
as managers" : F.. L, Kelly Jim NOTICE IS feet to the State Road :Jf'1 ,
HEREBY I
GIVEN '
SW t 4 I 1 Thomas, C. C. Butler and 13. A. Sapp That Albert Hartman holder of Tax thence Southerly along ,",
N t1'I clerk. Certificate No. 83 \K, feet to the point 'flbpine. :
r W C. MANNING.- Chm. 1183. Issued the 7th. Also Lots 1. 2. and 3, l .,aIn
day of fliedsame 7
August
: A. D.
1933. has thr
A J. ORF Sec'y. Temple's addition tc ., '
> Blue Ribbons the of annual 4-10-51.6-8 In my office and has made apepll..atlon Starke In Section 21. Ju"' n"?)s
symbols seven-day
are an merchandising event at for a tax deed to be Issued "Mouth' Hangs 23 East. I't\o'i
'thereon. Said

Cohen Brothers. Every item in the BlueRibbon Sale merits prize winning honor sioTtrn,FOR OP rr"x ppi.irTio BEET : the the following County of described certificate Bradford property embraces State of In of Township the 8Wi/4 7. of South the NE"t Ran" 130 j -


t .4 for value and quality. Throughout "The Big Store" in each department you NOTiCEaaIS I 11 11HEREBY)GIVEN Florida to-wlt: to Bank of Starke. a Fly I idS:':

r'' That A. P. Stringer holder of Tax Lots 4, 6 of T lk 14. Temples hog Corporation now Ir ..tt,,1*
I will find Blue Ribbon badges identifying the outstanding specials. Thousands of Certificate No. 622. Issued the 7th Addition to Starke In NEW of ship In full settleme.i ,. ,
day of August A. D 19.13 ha. filed NW"of part of WV4 of NEW tlon and discharge of tn< r'.x,"

; features! 'Plan now to come Monday-Open 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. same' :In my .office and has made apsuedltherenn.aSald NW W %. Ry Sec.&29 NR. Township Cor of SEM 6 South: of of said 100 estate% levied l for theaowua a .lack ,, en nl :;

certificateeembraces Range 23 East. said ..tat. aa I-'
aidof
iy;fe See Sunday's Times-Union for Twelve Pages of Sale the following described property The assessment of the said property shares of capital stork '
News 'W
In under
the County of Bradford, the said certificate Issu. Stark.r each"said
t State of Florida, to-wit: ed was In the name of C. A. Futch. value of 10000. '
North-West Quarter of South. Unless said certificate shall be r.- hereto etut'rit,1'

4'Y' East: Quarter, except I acre In deemed according to law. the property And you al the are office Jl M i ..',
North-Bast Corner and except 1 described therein will be sold to appear nr"ll '|
the :ifSiiM
acre for road Section 16/ the highest bidder at the Judge at a
? Town. court % >|
Mj iAC I ship 7 South. Range 21 East con house door on the first Monday In Courthouse In SiallrikeIN' I" ,
taming 88 acres more or less. the month of June, 19.18. A. 1\1. o'clock ur.'
which I. 1
The the 1st., day of ,\. D. 1934 and II a.)
assessment of the Maid June, 1136. jre.enl
properly
(( under the said Dated this. Srd d.f.nce. 10 ..al den;
certificate Issued day of April. 1936. thsrd
fall Mr
fv was In the name of Unknown. A. J. THOll AS. hav., Should you .ur" ,

BlJ1FL )f Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Clerk ofo Circuit Court will be entered which in d"'I\'. 't
said -
described according, therein to law.will be the sold prop.erty to. COFFrcr'1 E''td{ Counly. Florida. there petition presented to said GeA, ,

the highest bidder at the court 410itS'SWOTirrl Order. '
house door on the first Monday In Witness my hand an fnndv

the month of June, 1036, which Is said Court at Starke ill
4.c the lot day of June, 19)1. OF APP..r.'T.O 16th, day of April A. Bf9AAE.
Dated this 7th day of April 1636. FOR TAX REED K. PErRountOFFI ,

A. J. THOMAS III..... Bill fi.. lttt) [ j u
i'1
Clerk
1 rr of Circuit Court NOTTE (
1 u -L 4.10.lt-/-)Bradford County, Florida., That Odom Denmark 13 hoolder OIVEV. First Published on I>
.
Certificate of Tax ..,..
No. 156, issued the Ira t.17-St.S-U



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klDAV. 1. 1936 .. -- .. .___. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR.4tll. STARKE, FLORIDA __ PACK TIIUEE 1UST '

Awards RFC Has Loaned i HIGHLAND THINGS THAT WEARY US -street in a dickens of a hurry and ;
yping And the Worst is Yet to Comei iLarkln Cleveland of the De- find ourself directly behind a gentleman i P
I Have Arrived Money In BradfordThe -- :Hiss :M. E. Crews, COIIpondf'nt\\ Funlak t Herald has a way of his from "t'other side o' Hush- Pj I'

weaving from one side of
puppy.
of The following
Grif- Reconstruction Finance Corporation W. E. Marr. of Jacksonville visited own "putting things. p
tMdent call at Mr from the most recent Issue the walk to the other. His spinal
TYPing. pins and cer- has authorized loans In relatives here Sunday. of column In so far out of normal adjustment -
your of his Is
; office for paper a good example
Bradford County amounting to r Billy Crews spent the weekendIn his way of writing.-EJ.) that his chin is about ten b
sTT dates students will receive $103,000, Walter Hawkins, State I Starke with relatives. We suppose It's perfectly naturalfor Inches In front of his knees and .1
Certificate of Credit.All Director of the National Emergency :Mr. and Mrs. Lade Norman and a man who Is "getting along In his southern balcony 'Is about a '\\I'
11 Students wllj re- Council announced in Jackson, t I Miss Cleo Norman visited Mr. and years" to get a little! fidgety and yard behind l him. He can't turn on ) 'i, I
Typing ville yesterday. Mrs Marvin in Wa- his heels like a human. lie has to '
I of Proficiency. I Thompson the nervous sometimes, and we also ; i
a certificate Of the total amount i L1"r.II take three or four to do the I
I ve following Typing I students approved by teroak section Sunday. suppose that our own case is no steps ,
The thirty-five net words or the RFC, $72.085 has already been' Mr. and Mrs Owen Marr and exception to the general rule. Job, and as his gable end swings :" '
made disbursed in Bradford DI- around It Is aorta like a \
telephonepole
fr will receive a silver pin: County children were recent guests of J. But there are some things that .
and rector Hawkins stated. on a truck turning a corner. .
I Mildred Brown, T. Marr and family. get on our nerves like biting a ( '
rr tD Bedenbaugh.Oleta Smith, Audrey Sixty-one of the State's sixty- wool hat or scraping a piece of He Is In no hurry. There Is no .1\1.:\
pavis. counties Mr. and Mrs. Ralford Starling reason he should be. He Is
have why
ene seven obtained RFC cane between our teeth. t
Ethel Taylor,
Ik. Hilda Wyrlck.Arlie Sponholt loan approvals, totaling $19,941- spent Sunday here with :Mr. and One of these "fidgets" Is to alt forty or fifty years old, and this "If i :
Is Judd and II students 607.83 of which $11,355,828.40 has Mrs. Max Carter. in a barber shop waiting to be(I Is just another year. We try to ';:"
t"
I The! following Typing net words or over been disbursed to the counties. E. J. Auston returned from next" while the barber stands pass him on the left and he swings ;, :
\Sdewill made fifty pin: Katie Bradford County ranks high Jacksonville Saturday where he with his razor In one hand and his In that direction with an easy; )
receive a gold sixty-six words. among the other counties in the spent several days with relatives.! brush In the other talking about] grace of a cow dancing a hornpipe ''I :
"ISM, leads with second with amount of RFC funds received. Mr. and Mrs Max Carter and something that happened ten or1 We next try to pass him on the ',f f
Halre takes : visitors' right but he ktops, turns around, t'I r.
argarel White Miss Jewel Carter were fifteen years ago when he and ; #
ty net words. Dorothy net words. MISSION IIALLAn to Gainesville MonJay. Bunk WItherspon were fishing on and as that dreadful balcony ,1
Ird i with fifty-, ----.-. Helferhorn\ Slough. I swings around we barely escape ij>'.': '.'
.. unusual attendance marked i being caught between him and the ;
N ,
j TO :MOVE FAMILY: HERE the weekly Bible study as outstanding : HOW TO AHUANOK: SHRUBBERY Another thorn In the flesh Is to buildings on the other side of the f .,
The subject discussedwas II s sit behind some Idiot In church
Inr walk. ',1;
M B Herlond recently mov- "The Sabbath, Sunday Or TheLord' > \ who Is continually moving his head I F
| and .is in the office oc- But If we didn't have something'i'
from side to side,
obstructing our
Day" and was helpful In To make the home grounds most I
Doctor E. L. to about t '
Lied the late grouch we suppose we rt
view of the and
by clearifylng a much confused idea attractive there must be trees preacher forcing
would
be miserable. ;
ggs. generally held, about the i \ us to do the same for the party I frY
from Jack- one day r I shrubs flowers, and grass prop-
lor Herlong comes forentyelght observed: The Sabbath becominga erly arranged about the place. sitting behind us, and so on to the
'nvllle where he has practiced both medl- part of the Jewish law has now CbNSCfclTOONOFFICER. While It Is desirable to follow nature's back of the congregation. I Seventeen of every 100 men In 'L
years in had passed, and Sunday a word com : method of planting to a But the thing that gouges usdeeprat Norway depend upon the sea for i5+
and surgery. He also has Is to be the livelihood
t ,e of chll- ing from a heathen people. Sun certain extent; it Is best to arrange walking on
studies In diseases -,4MDn4E'irup ,
clal Medical worshiper has no real meaning to them In such way as to have the Ii
College
Harvard PfWFUULY
en at God's but The Lord's l trees to the side and I
people, Day, largely rear VOTK FOB r Ij
and served as ex-
.
I Boston. Mass.officer In the Infants the first day of the week, the one I : 'IN THE ARMY.BROOKER. ,of the house. In cane the grounds f I'j
house on which HE arose from the tomb, i are large, a few trees In front will F. W. Buchholz '
..jpltalHa should be observed with praise and be appropriate but even then they "
will move his family to thanksgiving thus honoring Him I"ngto'o-: should not bo placed directly In For ,
rhe, as soon as he can disposehis for the ministration of life, whereas ---- front of the house or at least not
home In Jacksonville. He before He arose, was death. I In1 such way as to break the view. "STATESUPERINTENDENT'
the Chll- bronn with friends and relatives. ti
to t
Irved physician y
as Rev. G. E. Cutshaw pastor of Under no conditions should the
n's Home and on the staff of Lawtey Baptist Church will con- Miss Vera Galney, CorrespondentLeslie I I Those from here who attended plantings of trees or shrubbery be OF" SCHOOLS
Lukes Hospital and two years duct the study next week at the church services at Little Rock last so made as to prevent one from
city physician, and twelve years usual hour on Tuesday evening. A Sunday were Mr. and Mrs H. P. having a clear view to the front. I A twhool man with twen : +.i
of Health for theY Thomas Is spending tylivej'eiint! successful HCrompllnhiiieiit ii
Commissioner good attendance is anticipated. Gainey and daughter, Vera Mr. The shrubbery planted around ,
while In Dover wath his brother In the school
Dr. W. B. Newell Is expected to and Mrs. G. W. Hazen and Wilson the foundation of the house: should .. a
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Doc or Florida i,
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-- be in this vicinity May 3rd to 10th Thomas. Lewis. not be planted In exact rows but
FKANK CLARK DIES and it may be possible to have him The Rev. C. A. Crosby and famIly somewhat In groups, and moreor Asa. member of the) 19:1.'J: )ay
Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Dukes
{Frank Clark 76, Democratic at the Mission: Watch for announcement attended chuch services at less Irregularly as to distance Legliiliklur. he fought for
preservative from Florida for of this event. and Mrs. Florence. Varnadoe were Corinth last Sunday. apart and location. Still they -I, heifer schools and against Xr;
in Starke
enty years died recently In a + Monday.Mr. should be reasonably close to the I slot machine and vlcloim |><>- 1 t
,pita I at Washington, D. C. He Foreign bird dealers frequentlyuse and Mrs. Warner Mott and foundation to "tie the house to the Utlcnl priu-tlrrA.' 11 "
8 defeated as representative loaves of bread in which to daughter of Alachua spent Sunday In 1850, during the gold rush, the ground" in effect. Without. ft
III i this district by Congressman smuggle out birds whose exportation here with his mother Mrs. Sally Wella-Fargo Co., office at San foundation planting, the house Elect a 11111Ioh.<. will give hoar
Mute!! M vigorous Hiiii con-
|A. Green and was serving as an Is prohibited. The young birdis Mott.Mr. Francisco shipped an average of seems to have been dropped into Mriu'tlve of Public
t
[orney In the Internal Revenuereau placed inside a hollowed-out loaf and Mrs. N. Mott and chil- more than one million dollars the picture. The Progressive Far- Kdurutlon.: program ur s
at the time of his death. In which are breathing holes. dren spent last week-end In Hell- worth of gold every day mer. i }

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InLADP'OIlD' COUNTY TELEGRAPH.!: !: STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY B1AV
Ir i PAOIC FOUR --I 1, 1",
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'1I1.i'!:I: ; Middleton-Matthews Impressive Memorial Day.Exercises Honors Given To Numbers Lovely Musical ProgramAt Baptist Young PeoPle _

L. A. Gray, Of B. H. S. StudentsAt Graduation ExercisesMuch Training SchoolTo
Dr. and Mrs. W E. Middleton
announce the engagementand Speaker Of The Day commencement It was found can be said of the musical Begin MondayThe
that five Seniors, Alice Royster, rendered last
J approaching marriageof numbers which were
'fSocicty Memorial Day was observedhere Marie Thede, Marjorie :Marwlck, annual Bapti, Y'.una'eo.
their daughter !
the
Hazelto with Impressive exercises at Hugh Walters, and A. W. Anderson Thursday eveningat- gradua-' plea' Training School Wlll
Ruby Crosby Cemetery,sponsored by the Jr., had won the coveted big, tion exercises held at the Brad- at the First Baptist, h* hey
Church
Eugene Liddon Matthew W. T. Weeks Chapter, UnitedDaughters red, Bradford B's. ford High School auditorium, by .-8. The school will be ApIII
of the Confederacy.
Engagement Of :Miss Hazel Middleton to E. L. Matthews The wedding to be solemnized:I A number of first and second Miss Anita Courtmsnch. Miss Mar- each evening tram conduc
N May 22 In the First Methodist t Under the moss draped treeswith year typists received pins for hav- Jorie Benson, of Gainesville, and Monday lhrou
Announced At Lovely Bridge Party Friday Afternoon of Lake Friday from the hour.
the sparkling waters First of
Church of Starke. ing excelled in this subject. Mrs. L. A. Canova. Miss Court tai:
'
$ li, The outstanding social event of lovely linen luncheon set Mrs. Crosby in full view the audience year typists: Arlie Sponholtz, Irene manch. talented violinist beautifully tU 9. 'TJ&ere'Will be two cl> aa
SV the past week was the bridge par- R. F. Demorest received second Edwards-Norman gathered and listened to a beautiful Davis, Oleta Smith. Ethel Taylor.Lois played "Saraband" (Bond), of forty-five minutes duration auy
ty given by Miss Madge Mlddletou high, a pair of hose. The cut program directed by Mrs. E. Judd. Mildred Brown, Olen which was enthusiastically applauded a fifteen minute. recess w1q\ i
I'' at the home of her parents Dr. prize, a box of bath powder, was Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Normanof K. Perryman, Chapter Historian, Bedenbaugh, Hilda Wyrick and by local music lovers. For tween Cla8ae8- Courses period b&I'I
" and Mrs. W. E. Middleton last awarded to Mrs. A. E. WalL Mrs. Starke with Prof. Leon A. Gray deliver- Audrey Polk. the past several months Miss will be. offered to the of ltudJ \
Friday afternoon when the engagement Doutt Jones, of Jacksonville, a recent announce the marriageof ing the speech 9J the day. Second year typists receiving Courtmanch has played with a alone In the B. Y P three dIN '
of Miss Hazel Middleton and bride, was presented a costume their daughter "Tenting on the Old Camp pins: Katie Fugate, Margaret Hair band in St. Petersburg and has Intermediates and U. Sent,,"
Eugene L. Matthews was announced bracelet. Miss Hazel Mid- Mildredto Ground" was touchingly sung by and Dorothy White. received state-wide recognition asa services of three duniore' The j r
? the wedding to take place May dleton received a lovely piece of Mrs. H. B. McLendon, Mrs. L. A. Mrs. Carpenter's home room violinist. Miss Benson Is the proved workers young in this People IP. {!
g 4 lingerie, a gift from the bOIl ten. Harvey Edwardsof Gray, Mrs. Perryman, L. G. Powell won the annual best attendance daughter of J. H. Benson, head of work, have been tyPe It r
r "" 22.A profusion of colorful spring Following the awarding of the Canal Pointon and John H. Powell Scripture prize and Mrs. Long's room won the commercial department at B. training school. Mr secured for Uit !
cut-flowers formed a most effective prizes a pink and green Ice course the twenty-first day of April reading and prayer was conductedby second for next best yearly attend- H. S. She has sung at the school denour ,of Gainesville, Hawley Rj\ j
i, ; decorative motif for the entire was served the guests. Dainty old- nineteen hundred and thirty-six. the Rev. B. M. Montgomery, ance average. many times before and her lovely lor at the Baptist TheotogJ.a lu,. I
lower floor of the home. A fashion corsages of sweet peas, The marriage of this young couple after which Mrs. L. G. Powell, Rewards given by the local Wo- contralto voice Is constantly heard (Inary at Louisville,, !!fm. \S
( color scheme of pink and green which each guest received, and to was performed by Judge E. K.'erryman Chapter President, in a few suit- man's Christian Temperance Union over radio station WRUF, from "PLANNING A LIFE will to'7, :
was carried out in detail. which was pinned a pasteboard in the presence of a few able words, introduced Mr. Gray, for essays on temperance: In Sen- Gainesville. As her selection she Senior group. Miss Ruth Rid entht I?
l The hostess, becomingly attired I card bearing the narnes"Hazeli i Intimate friends and relatives. a veteran of the World War. "The ior High, Iona Tlllman, best, re- chose "A Memory," (Parks). Mrs. will teach the 1
)% in a hostess gown of orchid mouan ,Eugene, May 22" carried the an- Immediately after the ceremony Old South" was the subject of this ward was three dollars in cash; Canova, pianist, who has delighted MANUAL" and"INTERMEDIATE Miss Ina r
swine de sole received the guests nouncement of Miss Mlddleton's they left for Canal Point where excellent address. Mr. Gray Is a Audrey Hall, next best, 200. Starke audiences many times with tree will Instruct the .Round-
upon arrival and the bridge tal- engagement to Mr. Matthews.U. they will make their home forceful speaker and his historical Honorable mention: A. W Anderson her piano selections, in her grace- Ing as her text-book Junior,. 111-
lies were distributed by little Miss sketch was full of humor as wellas Jr. third In rank, and Lois ful manner gave aa her number on MAKERS IN "TRAIL '
1IV Ona Demorest. D. C, Will Meet In LawteyThe pathos Judd, fourth In rank. the program "A Nocturn" (Chopin which Is a book OTHER on i LA 1D8'
!, Mills Middleton was lovely in an W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. Circles Will :Meet Monday "God Be With You 'Till We Meet In Junior High: Jean: Davis, ). :Much appreciation is due to Every young person mission I.
C. will meet 6, Again' was tur a closing best two dollars; Juanita these contributors to between the>
afternoon dress of periwinkle blue Wednesday May Circles of the Woman's Missionary sung song essay the program ages of nine and twenty-four
p4 chiffon, with which she wore a at three-thirty o'clock, at the homeof the and the benediction was pronounced Barefoot, next best, one dollar. who so: willingly gave their services urged to be present and i. ,I
shoulder corsage of calla lilies. Mr. and Mrs L.'H. Hill, in Law- Society of Methodist by the Rev. Montgomery.There Honorable mention: Ralph Rhodes, to the school. week of study. enjoy tbllI
7 After several progressions of tey. Hostesses: Mrs Hill, Mrs. Church will meet Monday after- are burled at Crosby third in rank; Margaret Lowry,
sP bridge high prize was presented to George Roberts and Mrs. Annie E.Dlnkln. noon, May 3,at three-thirty o'clock. Cemetery forty-eight Confederate fourth in rank. -
''% : .. H. C. Wall, the prize being a .. Circle Number One will meet with veterans, eight Federals, three The W. C. T. U. rewards were
14r Mrs. W. P. Smith, with Mrs I Spanish-American, and six World presented by Mrs. F. A. Scott, BOKAR
-r Charley E. Johns and Mrs. L. F. War. All graves were decoratedby president of the local union. 2 Lbs.
.
the of the Confed- 44C
Daughters -
Smith as associate hostesses. Circle Circle
Number Two will meet with eracy, assisted by the following Woodman D
A BIG LINEChildren's Mrs. W. B. Parks. boys: Tommy Rltch Emmett Ferryman Held Meeting Tuesday RED CIRCLE
Carl Crumpler, Jack Halle, I
r Baptist W. M. U. Circles Comer Perryman and Marvin The Woodman Circle held Its.I 2 Lbs. -, 33c
MI at
1I Montgomery. Confederate and regular meeting Tuesday night
Will Meet MondayThe the Hall, which had been decorated nraN o to
United States flags, flowers and
with and 8 O'CLOCK COFFEE
quantities or roses
magnolia wreaths were used for
Circles of the Woman's Missionary _
sweet for the occasion.
V ;*i'<*. Union of the Baptist the decorations. Guardian peas Flynn presided over IHEREECONOMY RULES 2 Lbs. __ 29c

k! Church will meet Monday, May 4. I the meeting and the following were .
Dresses Circle Number One, Mrs. L. G. O. E. S. Notice --- --
allotted on for membership into
Powell, leader will at 3:30 GELATIN
meet : DESSERT
Monday night, .8 o'clock, the the circle: Mrs. Julia Johns: Mrs
l o'clock at the home of WHITE HOUSE
Mr. an regular meeting nf..the Order of Pearl Shuman, Mrs. Julia Williams SPARKLE 3 for 13c
Mrs. B.
George Flynn. the Eastern Star;will be held. Mrs. Mrs. Emma Hill, Mrs. Emma MILK
l t 2 SIZES to It59c Circle Number Two, Mrs. W. B. Ethel Brown, of Gainesville, Grand Jones, and Mrs. Alice Jenkins. The IONA
t : Alexander, leader, will meet at the Instructor of EJgBth District, will following,, were initiated: Miss 3 Cans 19c CORN '3 No. 2 cans 25c
Pastorlum at 3:30: o'clock with be present. All officers' are re- Mary Thomas, Mrs. Cleone Dowl- !
i i Mrs. C. B. Price and Mrs. B. M. quested to be present and all members Ing, Mrs. Myrtle McKinney, Misses IONA' NO. 2 CAN
If to 98c Fussed!" as hostesses. urged to do, so. A social Willie Mae and Annie Mae Thorn-
: The Young Matron's Circle, Mrs. hour will follow the meeting. GREEN BEANS 3 for 25c
ton.At
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} IN A GREVTASSORTMENT 7:30: o'clock at the home of Mr. The good old name of Smith Is the hostesses for the evenIng ]| JONA MACARONI
I and Mrs. Paul Canova with Mrs. said to be a British family name served delicious refreshments :
a SPAGHETTI 3 for lOc
OF PATTERNSAND Canova:: and Mrs. Orle Wiggins as meaning "an iron worker or to the thirty-four members present. RICE I I
COLORS hostesses. smith." .

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I visiting Mr. L.her C. Ray is In Tallahassee Mrs James Godbold of Jack. Miss Noreen Hicks left Monday Miss Mildred Hundley, who .. Mrs. T T Long-and- Mrs.- D.-- -P.- s 1 "

Steinznyer, and niece Mr.,and Mrs.Mrs.Edwin G C. sonville was here Tuesday and :for a brief visit tn Jacksonville I employed here In Stump'i Store Carpenter left Monday for a visit 1 f' t

White.O. Wednesday visiting her mother, ''I with relatives The latter part of and is now residing at the homeof In Baconton, Georgia, with their 1 "' ,
of Mrs. W.
S.
Bits Stroman, and sister, this week Mfas Hicks will go to! mother Mrs. W. T. Jackson. They !'
Mrs. S. S. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp spent I .
Dowllng. Jackson, Miss., for a visit with went via Tallahassee where they fi'i ,
L, Patten.. returned Sunday ----- her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. the i past weekend at the State visited! friends Monday and Tues : ,
from a week's visit In Euslls! with Mr. and Mrs George C. White and Mrs. W. E. Johnson. Farm with her parents, IIr. and day. i J

IDeal N his Miss sisters Letha, Mr.Patten.Ina Mae Flynn and and little daughter, Frances, of Mrs J. H. Hundley.Mr. The first regular.postage. stamps I

Tallahassee, were weekend guests Mrs. F M. Blackman, of Chica- ''
were placed on letters In 1847.
OUR PEOPLE. BUSINESS AND of Mrs. J. W. White and Mr. and go. III., and Mrs. L. B. Beaty, of and Mrs. Carl Cobb moved
CONCERNING Mrs Dale VanSlckie, of Loa An- Mrs. G. W. Alderman. Oil City, Penn., were recent visitors this week Into an apartment In the
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN geles, Calif., arrived here Tuesday here. Mrs. Blackman and Starke Hotel Mrs. Cobb having
for a visit with her parents. Mr. Mrs. accepted a position as clerk and REALESTATE
Mrs. O. Beaty were both former residents
and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. 1. Betaley. Mrs. Jeanette hostess. Mr. Cobb is manager of
Kincaid of Starke and will be remem.
and their mother Mrs the local A. A P. Store and they
bered
I as the Misses Strong.
A. C.
Mrs. R. E. Matthews, of Jack Durden of Tampa, are expected have been located here for several

E H. Smith was a vlMtoraineaville I Col. H. V. Knight spent Tuesday sonville, and Mrs. B. C. Peddy, of to return home tomorrow months. IF YOU WANT TO '
L Monday. In Bradenton where he attended Miami, were recent guests of Mr. after a visit in Thomasvllle, Al- Mrs W. P. MacDonald and little ;I'\
-- court. and Mrs. R. A. Newsome. bany and Atlanta, Ga. daughter Betty of St. John:, New Mr and Mrs. George A. Anderson BUY SELL. OR RENT

W. O. Halle were Brunswick Canada returned to and Mrs W. J. Epperson were SEE US- : :, ,
r,, and Mrs. Gerald Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lord had as their home Thursday after a several In Gainesville Sunday, where they
Gainesville Tuesday. Joe Edwards and Bob Suttle Middleton. of Gainesville d :
sing ID .- -- were visiting in Ocala and Silver was here Monday and Tues- their guests for 'neveral days recently weeks visit here with Mrs. visited W. J. Epperson who Is 111 WILSONREALTY H'fn'x ;

Lkri-l at "'ood'.. Springs, Sunday.C. day visiting his parents, Dr. and their daughter Mrs. Phila MacDonald's parents Mr. and Mrs. at the Alachua County Hospital. I ,
8 for $1 Mra. W. E. Middleton.Mrs. Heller, of Saginaw Michigan also James Lambe. Mr. Anderson also visited his mother CORP. : )

L Mrs! D. E. Knight were D. Williams, of Tallahassee, Mrs.Michigan.Eva McDacnell, of Detroit, Mrs. Emma Anderson, In Archer I' I -I '

and in Jacksonville was a business visitor here Tues- Effie Johns had as her Mrs B. M. Montgomery and Sunday afternoon \ +, t
Dt victors day. guests recently her sister, Mrs. L children Marvin. Shirley and Gene, S
J. Smith, and her niece, Mrs. Car- Miss Madeline listen, member of went Tuesday to Benson Springsto grace distinctive flowers
of Lake City,
R Butler the B. H. S. faculty who has
es Mrs. Alma Damn and Miss Dor- rie Smith resided
both of Webster. visit her parents, the Rev. and
'a visitor here Monday. In Starke during the cherry at herschel'
othy Sapp were visiting in Gaines. past Mrs. J. W. Austin. While away 4 1

H. Wiggins, of Jacksonville, yule Saturday afternoon. Cockrvls' for $1 at "'ood's.Mr. eight the months home ,of returned her parents this, weekto Mr. Mrs. Montgomery will go to De- I Jacksonville. I it "r
Land and attend the annual 7-3139
a recent visitor here. Mrs. A. S. Crews and Mrs D. A. and Mrs. T. C Hazpn in Brooker. con phone
j Monteith were visitors In Jackson- and Mrs. Carl Carter and I ference of the Woman's Missionary smart renter pieces unusual corsages

ir and Mrs. J. D. Doyle were ville Monday. little daughter of Lawtey, were visiting Meeting with the President, Mrs. I Society. flower for gifts
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Jacksonville Sunday. Mrs. Effle Johns here Mon- ---- .
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fetors in F. A. Scott on Friday at 3 p. m. : "If: ,"t' "

|,aces Attorney Hal Malnes and City Mrs.was Jessie visiting Mae Blakely Mr. and, of Lake Mrs day afternoon. the W.in C. T. U. ,will have a meetIng ',,./.;L\\,. 'If", ".1

John E Malnes, of Lake But- Sam Anderson here, SundayAll Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Kellum, of keeping with their watchword M b I;I'', : 1, {
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here Tuesday. and of Interest to all memo h "1'1'.iiiii .I,, ,
[ were visitors Miami Mr. and Mrs. William Cato, I I .,
bers, and friends of the > J. ,
cause
those Interested in Young of Jacksonville, were guests Tues- '
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rand Mrs.\ R. A. Newsome Women's Chorus please meet at day of Mr. ana Mrs. J. T. Quigley. ,'5(,, ,t. '
|ot last Sunday in Jacksonville Mrs. F. H Long' Wednesday Major M. MayBerry, United ; 'I
States Army Inspector Capt R. I:, 1'i"( ,\ '
i relatives. morning, May 6th, 9:30: o'clock. Ford B. Colley and W. H. Marvel J: ', ,'
Hill and J. L..
Major Yuill, both .'.
State Auditors of Tallahassee, i' '" I
are located at the Starke Hotel forseveral of Jacksonville, were here last ;,' ::1 r : ''I; o"o"I
Friday for inspection of the local
weeks. Headquarters Company of Nation .iiiii I it ,* My-- : '
al Guard. ,
CarterCOMES Mrs. Lawrence Azlln, of Peters- 'I,
Jerry burg, arrived "
Virginia here Mon- ,
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Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Mills Lucile : '
day for visit with Mr.
a and Mrs. "
Carl Johns. Mitchell Mrs. W. E. Middleton, ) r
Miss Madge Middleton, and Miss j,1: "i
Hazel Mlddleton and Mrs. H. B. '
'aAttlTll ; '
Frank and Joe Hoover were In ,
McLcndon were visiting Mr and
Gainesville, Manday and Tuesdayof Mrs. W. Q. Dowling in Jacksonville
TO TOWN this week, where they attendeda Tuesday. /, ,
photographers' convention.Mrs. I "

Sam Anderson and son, A: "' ..' '. -", .,' .. FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIALS, MAY 1 and 2, 1936 '$ j; ;
I AT FORT MYERS DOWN IN :MIAMI!
L Lyle, and daughter, Janet, were In
(From Fort Myers (From Miami Herald, Jacksonville Friday where they RITZ THEATRESTARKE I'EASL W. OitOUND NO. 2 ('AN l i a
Newa-FreHB, Apr 14) April 19) attended the annual fair.Mlsa r
Watching; from Jerry Carter carried '--- SUGAR
croMM the street fi off the applause GRITS MEAL TOMATOES
while Jerry Carter honors at the Bay Pearl Manning returned
PROGRAM
Ivan holdingcourt. this week from a Visit In Jackson-
I.Here ewdcHt one. politician of the vi a front burnt Park of humor rally with and ville with her brother-in-law and nNNlNn,, FRIDA 5 Lbs. 24c 10 Lbs. 24c 10 Lbs 20c 4 Cans 25c

I I in Fort Myers re- { common pence that sister, Mr and Mrs. C. F. Boyer.Mr. .
marked that "the
(people1, choice'* made had them shouting TIIURS.-FRI.. APR SO-MAY. FANCY TABLE AltaO SLICED AICGO SUGAR +,' ,
I more vote with hie and stamping theircheerful and Mrs. Glen Searing and
I smile than feet. When candidate of "It Had To Happen"George
a children, Jacksonville, were here
I rivals I have made PRUNES PEACHES PINEAPPLE PEAS
[ with the loud alarm GENIAL, can generate Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Raft
I of thou Round waffj JOVIAL.that kind of enthusiasm Charles O. Searing. Rosalind RuiuwllSATURDAY. v ,hF 1,,' V
j on eloquence. Be that .
look out for him.ler'
I u It :may, Jerry CarHONEST: 5 Lbs. 25c No 22 15c No 2Yz 19c 2 Cans 25c
I visit. c au. ed JERRY W. Carter pusa rood J. F. Kickliter, who has spent MAY 2: can can
I more. at a stir than show and I is a much
:hag followed the ap- CARTERThe better platform l I : the past winter hi Stuart and San- "NEVADA"Buster'
I pcaram-B' of any I or candidate. In former years Crabbe hi t
SPEAKS
HERE home here. A.,.. BEANS Pound 5c Lb. 15c

POPEYE COMEDY & SERIAL
Mr. and Mrs Bryant Beasleyhad
FANCY WESTERN RIB 0.' I

10 A. M. FRIDAY MAY 1.10AM.;, Miss weekendMrs.as Thelma their guests Hall. Beasley'during of Citra.the.slater past* "Anything 8UN.-MON., lhAY Goes'3 and 4 FRESH TOMATOES! Lbs. 15c ,BRISKET STEW/ Lb. 16c. ;d'J'' ", I f 6( /


AT THE BRADFORD COUNTY BANK rninff Crosby REGULAR ,
:Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Hitch, of Ethel Merman

Hear Everybody's Friend Explain Wllllston Mr. Rltch's were brother-in-law the guests Sundayof and Also LETTUCE Ea. S"c STEW BEEF Lb. 14c :.

M. NEWS"" efc BAND SHORT ,
sister Mr. and Mrs. A. Green.

I His Snake Story The'Townsend Plan TUES.-WED., MAY. S and 9 PIG TAILS Lb.
Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll Sun-, of "Paddy O'Day" BANANAS 4 Lbs. 17c ITWc 'a 1
Jacksonville were the guests
LET'S GET; MORE FUN OUT OF LIFE
day of Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long and Jane Withers "ELLOW-TENDER FLORIDA

Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, THURS.-FRI., MAY 7-8 SQUASH Pound 5c PORK CHOPS Lb. 22c u' 4c ,

Mrs. Ann Edwards returned' toher '
NAT SEZ "Preview Murder
: home in Miami recently aftera FANCY RED BLISSPOTATOES SMO SAUSAGE Lb 1711cc' ;
The way that big crowd of men' visit here with her cousin, Mias Mystery"Gall
Kitty Hogsed.Mr. 3 Lbs. lOc t
Patrick
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are flghtln' to get Into the Governor's Reginald Penny fiil

(chair reminds me of 'an : and Mrs. Joseph G. Lambe, :

of of Ottawa Ontario arrived Wednesday SILVER KING SELF-FUSING 6-LBS. 12-LRS. 21-LBS
opening day on one Steinberg's LUCKY SEAT NITE EVERY -
for a visit here with Mr.Lambes TUESDAY A WEDNESDAY.
Sales. It must be a pretty good parents Mr. and Mrs.

job or there wouldn't be so many James Lambe.Mr. .
FLOUR 22c 39c 7Sc
after It. It must be aorta like wait-
and Mrs. S. R. Wallace and
Ing on tables In a ....restaurant the children and Mr. and Mrs. M. Bryant [GENT A WORD% d

salary ain't so big, but the tips are all 'of Palatka were recent
guests of IIr. and Mrs. Frank Hoo-
COLUMNFOR M
good.E
ver. BEST WHITE WIU'fE RIBBON BOILING SMOKED ,

Mrs. J. H. Gill and little son, SALE-Porto Rica pure bred SIDE RD. 1' '
L A '
\\ HAVE TIlE NEW THINGS IN Jackie Joe Murden. of Richmond Sweet Potatoes 91.23 per thousand liiJ
T. D. Brooker, Fla. BACON
Dyal
Virginia, are the guests, this week,
1 Lb. l1Yzc
MEN'S SHIRTS of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.\ J. M. 2tp. _

Alvarez. FOR RENT Furnished apart Lb. 17c 2 Lbs. 23c Lb. 12'/Zc Lb. _. 23c ,
ment with private bath. Extra
:Made
with the Trubenlzed Collar.
Mrs. Mae Jones and Mrs. Doutt room is desired. F. A. Scott, Prince Albert Tobacco lOc tLWFLI IIOIISE'S 8110WBOAT
SPECIAL AT Jacksonville were recent can
Jones of Starke, Fla. Phone :54. J tp
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guests of the former's brother-in- Hi-Plane Tobacco, 2 cans 15c COFFEE, Lb. 23c '
law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. W. DON'T SEND your mattress away ,,
$1.00MANHATTANS E. Middleton. from home. Have them fixed ONIONS, Yellow, 3 Ibs. lOc LEMONS, Dozen. 17c '

here by an expert mattress maker.
: ]Mr.! and Mrs. W, P. Randall and All work guaranteed one day service A
____$1.93 ,
NO.1 1 NEW IIRISH POTATOES 10 Lbs. 25c. I
children, of Jacksonville were the called for aDd delivered. Spe- f
guests during the past week-end of cial this week and next, best
!Surprising Quality and A Big Line of Boys Mrs. Randall's parents, Mr. and grade ticking $3.75. Varnes Fill- VEGETABLE OIL

Fashionable Styles In Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. Ing Station, Road 13, G. H. Rog- One Dessert Glass Free ? '

WASH DRESSESVASH\ SUITS Mrs. T. F. Landrum returned to ers.COCKRELS for sale, SV4 weeks Itp DIXIEMARGARINE I I 1 Coupon in Each Package 21 C '

AT All Sizes and Styles her home here this week after old 8 for $1.00-for a few days ALL FOR _
spending several weeks in Inverness -
only, bring your own box and come
Prices From with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lan-
$1.00 drum. right Itp away to Wood's, E. Call St. 5 Lbs. 25c 10 Lbs. 49c COUNTRY ROLL, hr 1


__OTHERS AT ____ 1.95 50c to $1.49 Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Simmon and MEN WANTED for Rawlelgb Save the COUPONS' CREAMERY ,' .'!

little daughter, Mary Catherine, Routes of 800 families. Reliable
MEN'S SPORT who have been living here for sev- hustler should start earning $25 BUTTER .
eral months, left Tuesday for their weekly and Increase rapidly. a 0 : e 4' t1ItAA
home In Miami. Write today. Rawleigh, Dept. FAE-
OXFORDSWHITES 223-8, Memphis, Tenn. 5-1-5-22-21: JfagN.N./gia.awaA
20 to' r a ,
L. E. Moseley, Jr., left Mondayfor ae a.g..e. IBS. ,
Wildwood, where be will spend 10 ACRES fertile farm lanu on
&: WHITE several months with his uncle and highway 48Bradford County, 10
AND TAN *: BROWNCOMBINATIONS. minutes from Starke. Address M. MIRACLE WIIIP-
1 i aunt. Mr. and Mrs. U W. Strick
: E. Terrell. 730 East Lake Drive,
land. Decatur.'Ga.: 5-l-2tp SALAD DRESSING OR RELISH't' "

& Miss Eunice Perkins M 1 is WANTED-Solicitor, man or woman ,
$2.98Up
) _$1.98 Madeline Hazen, Mrs. W. H. Hart, with car. Apply Varnes 2KP Pt. 13c Pts 25c Qts. _ 37c r k

and Mr. N. D. Wainwright) Jr., Filling Station Road 13, see O. H. P '.
to $4.00 were recent guests of Mrs. Clarence Rogers. 1P AFT KITCHEN TESTED-FRESH ,
-.s: : Beasley in Gainesville.Bob .
INTRODUCTIONS by Mall. Try MAYONNAISE OR RELISH SPREAD
IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTEENBERG'S Suttle, who has been em- our new plan and meet congenial t

been ployed living at the in State Starke Farm for the and past has people .everywhere.Write at once.Letters Tropical Cent identlal. Vz Pt. _ 15c Pint .29c

month returned to his home inIAshevWe C. Club, Box 105, Miami Fla.

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tf'a PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.!: STARKE. FLORIDA FRID.4y
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..i 111* '; '; WATSON! DESCRIBES ward allotted to the souls of the RESOLI TION --...:::

'" CONTROL MEASURES! Just made perfect Whereas, on Marrb I

'i1' AGAINST CORN FEST Be it therefore further resolved Supreme Architect, ,*e1 **' *
1 that these resolutions be spread on wisdom has been lilt >,

t' 'i GAINESVILLE-This l Is the sea- LIVE STATE NEWS our records and a copy sent to the unto himself the wt please, i Uk
FARMERS SECTION ?''t
: son when Florida farmer must bereaved family also a copy be ceased brother 1'1', p L '"SIB
lent to the Bradford County Tele- and

: jf{ Demonstration Agents prepare to control the Insect of hi News of Florida In Short Paragraphs graph for publication. Whereas, tho .
I
::1 Conducted by res II, ,
: ; many names, but which la known j Signed: P. M. BAREFOOTJ. Masonic: life was or l"a

't 1 1 Ii;', currently as the corn budworm, M. MITCHELLA. title him to such as tai
I;' tll'1 i __ says J. R. Watson Experiment J. THOMAS, with a receive the Whltet"*
new
i IP"'IPU' Station entomologist.When --. Committee. name and
Whereas, by the
''I corn ia knee-high the BIRTHS EXCEED; DEATHS MAY HAVE O. O. P. PRIMARY -. charge of the great ditties.faithfUl t.

Hints To Housewives RURAL moth lay Its eggs on the leaves JACKSONVILLE-FIgures re- TALLAHASSEE-E. E. Calla- RESOLUTION God to T 1
and the young caterpillars that Whereas, on March 14, 1936 the y
brother8deserZ
leased by the State Board of way of Lakeland qualified as a candidate self, our
t COMMON SENSEBy hatch from these eggs crawl down Supreme Architect in His infinite of the u:;
I Health show 8,002 more births far the Republican nomina- man and Mason be
Into the bud-hence the "corn bud- wisdom has been to take It therer
i Weekly from Home Demon..j than deaths In Florida during 1033. tion for governor of Florida. If pleased Resolved, that In the rOlt
UCla Specialist, SPUDS JOHNSON I worm." After three weeks feeding Dr. Stewart G. Thompson, direc- he haa opposition the Republican unto himself the spirit of our deceased Dr. E. L. Bigga Masonry pallilr If

I on the bud the caterpillars growto tor of the Bureau of Vital Statistics party will conduct a nominating brother A. S. Crews and fered the loss of a hat III!

t 'd BRIEF HOUSEHOLD HINTS Once Attain The Battle Cry full-size and enter the ground, announced there were 28,049 primary for the frist time in this Whereas, the trestle board of his and the community valued a memo

Swat The Filthy Dirty Fly where they pupate emerging in births and 20.047 deaths. state. It would be held the same Masonic life was such as to en- and valued CItizen -
about a week as adult moths. title him to receive the white stone
day and with the same officials Be It further

batanted- Fly time la high time that we These silks moths and lay the their resultant eggs on cater-the HAIL STORM as the Democratic primary. Robert with a new name and Lodge No. 35, F.resolved& A M BraqrOlll

4, planning In such a way that It were getting busy in our war corn eat their through the MIAMI-A 17-mlnute hail and H. Glvens of Tampa, recently Whereas, by the faithful dis- to his loved ones sincere,extend
+' r'r'F' seemed troublesome to most against these pests. Besides annoy. pillars way announced he would seek the) Re- charge of the great duties owed to felt sympathy and while beart.
very silk to the ear and there they are wind storm broke windows anddamaged we
F''', housewives. ing bald-headed men by lighting on known as the "corn earworm." foliage at Opa-Locka, publican nomination for governor, God to his neighbor and to himself his absence we rejoice in the moon!

One would be sure to provide a the bald spots, flies are a general Eating their out of the ear near here Sunday. Windows of the while B. R. Cisco of Miami has our brother deserved the title ward allotted to the souls of 1e
y way
balanced:: diet by this plan: Serve nuisance around the house and are been mentioned as a probable can- of man and Mason be It therefore Just made perfect *
they fall to the ground and pupate Goodyear dirigible hangar were I
milk every day In acme form, either possible spreaders of diseases. If and soon another of broken. Residents estimated the didate. Resolved, that in the passing of Be it therefore further .
group i
i 1 dt to drink or In aoups, desserts, or we value the health and comfort moths emerge. wind velocity! at fifty miles an A. S. Crews Masonry has suffered ed, that these resolutions be 1't1O"eprpct,I

I as cheese; serve meats, eggs, or of ourselves and our families, we hour. RECOVERY: ACT UP the loss of a valued member and on our records and a copy
o fish once a day if possible; serve should not stop until we have protection Later generations emerging after TAMPA--Determined to make a the community a valued citizen, the bereaved family also Bent It

vegetables or fruits or both especially from files in our homes. : the corn Is no longer attractivewill spirited effort to force through the andBe be sent to the Bradford a< copy

potatoes, tomatoes and Files breed in filth and rubbish.So feed on cotton, where they are" AVIATOR IS HURT Florida Recovery Act during the it further resolved, Bradford Telegraph for publication 'ounti}

f green leafy vegetables and the yellow1 one of the first things to do In known as the "cotton boll worm, SANFORD-Flying low as he next legislative session local Lodge No. 35, F. &: F. A. M. ex- signed: p. M. BAREFOOT

l rs, ones. Each of us needs each of a fly campaign Is to clean up the on tomatoes where they are known dusted orange groves near here, leaders among independent merchants tends to his loved ones Its sincere J. M. MITCHELL
filth' and rubbish. Barn lots are a. the "tomato frultworm," and on Dick Stathman of Daytona Beach '
those kinds of foods every day. If are attempting to com- heartfelt sympathy and while we A. J. THOMAS
any meal Is lacking In anyone especially used as breeding placesby I beans peas, and other plants. "In was seriously injured when his pletely organize similar groups mourn his absence we rejoice in I Committee

kind, the lack may be made up at I flies. If possible manure should fact," Mr. Watson says, "'they will plane crashed Into a power line with the view of contacting the reward allotted to the souls of *-- ,

l the next meal. be cleaned up once a week and feed on almost any pod or fruit exploded and burned. The flier lative candidates and the Just made perfect.Be IIOPE BAPTIST 'Ul'ReR(-

either spree fln the field or placedIn Into which they can bore their was thrown clear of the plane by their position relative to legis-I it further resolved, that these The following program has 1E\\S

Salt ia not only a seasoning; in a screened manure pit. way." the impact. He walked some distance prior to the June primary.. resolutions be spread on our records arranged for the homecoming bah t,

:' small amounts it brings out other Filthy places should not be tolerated The first generation the bud- before collapsing.___ ports indicate that a strong organ- and a copy sent to the be- be held at Hope Baptist Church.

l i 1 flavors as on melon or grapefruit., near the house not only for worm, can be controlled by dustingthe ization Is now operating in Polk reaved family, also a copy be sent Theresaa Sunday May 10 ?MoM
A bit of salt Improves cocoa or the prevention of flies but t also for corn with lead arsenate as soon DERN ENDORSES!' CANAL County where It ia expected favor- to the Bradford County Telegraphfor era' Day.

j chocolate sauce, candy ice cream looks and sanitation. as signs of damage are seen. To JACKSONVILLE-Secretary of able candidates will be eelcted by publication. 10:00: -Sunday School Supt i
III
preserves, pies, puddings and soon Then the house should by all prevent burning and to make it War George H. Dern has endorsed big majorities. Steps are now un- Signed. P. M. BAREFOOTJ. ,,charge.

;} intensifying the natural flavor means be screened. Screened windows spread easier'! the lead arsenate the Gulf-Atlantic ship canal as a" der way for the publication of a I, M. MITCHELL 11:00-Special Song Service (

r and offsetting cloying swootness or and doors and a cool and should be mixed with hydratedlime "feasible and worthwhile project. newspaper here devoted to the Interests A. J. THOMAS, 11:30: -Sermon by Rev G i A

i t flatness. Unless a recipe gives a comfortable screened porch are one pound of arsenate to nine "People who deride the proposed of Florida independent mer Committee. Prevatt of MIddleburg
': of farm pounds of lime. This Is applied waterway as an Impracticalscheme.don't chants. 12:15: -Noon
s : definite amount to be used It Is requisites every up-to-date refreshment
better to "salt to taste," proceed. home and none should be without with a hand duster. On a very hot know what they are NAME SUGGESTIONS FOR 1:30: -Song Service by vliitiu
"t ing cautiously and tasting as one them. Care should be taken to day a fairly effective method Is to talking about" he stated in an in RESOLUTION PETS singers.

:' goes. see that the screens fit snugly so drop a handful of hot sand Into the i terview_here. .... Whereas on March 14, 1936, the Putout, the cat. 2:00-A talk, "What a Church

that no openings are left for flies bud, as the sand will irritate the TO Supreme Architect in His infinite Lettin the puppy.Threecheersand Means to a Community," by Rev
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and mosquitoes to enter. I J caterpillar and cause him to crawl SAN M HALTEDTALLAHASSEE wisdom has been pleased to take the tiger. Daughtry of Brooker.

I yi There Is no known way to sweeten There will be some flies that get 1 t out or It may even kill him. -The State Tuberculosis j unto himself the spirit of our de- Gladly the cross-eyed bear. 2:20: -Short Talks by each former
rancid fat. It cannot be used
II', for food but It need Into a screened house and a swatter Control of the second generation: board Is prevented by a ceased brother J. E. Conway and Beware the dog. pastor present and others
successfully should always be handy for is somewhat more difficult the supreme court decision from"carrying Whereas the trestle board of his Goto the ant. 3:00: -Sermon by Pastor Cut-
n't be thrown It will still
t away. out its plan to borrow
chasing them. Whenever a fly Is entomologist points out. Dusting money Masonic life was such as to entitle Quoth, the raven. shaw.
make good soap. spotted it should be chased and the silk with arsenate of lead will from the federal government to him to receive the white stone witha Llstento the mockingbird. 4:Adjournment

murdered ruthlessly. greatly reduce their numbers but construct a sanatorium near Orlando new name and Hamand the egg. .----

Yellow cornmeal has more vita. Sticky papers and poisons should to be effective this must be repeated and mortgage the building Whereas by the faithful dis- Spongeoff the coat For the centennial of Missouri

mln A than white but otherwisethe be used when necessary.The about every three days un- and its site as a guarantee of re charge of the great duties owed to Stepon the gas. -Exchange.The State prison this year state officials

I food value is about the same If day of the old brush "shoo- til tlie silking period is over. This payment. The plan Is unconstitutional God, to his neighbor and to himself, are planning to rebuild tit

,1 ;','d 1 the grinding process Is the same. fly" for keeping files away from method Is too expensive for com the high court ruled. our brother, deserved the title of first free delivery of mall in penitentiary at more than I ia '

'r ; The white cornmeal which seems the table while the family Is eat mon field corn, but la practical for man and Mason, be it therefore the United States was in 1863. times its original cost

?i f' to be the favorite in the Southeastern ing Is past. The brush may shoo the I sweet corn for the roasting ear DIES OF DOG BITE Resolved, that In the passing of

:d':, states and some parts of New flies away for a while but they'll market. GAINESVILLE. B. Bennett, J. E. Conway Masonry has suffered

England, Is more bland. Yellow come right back. They have a For control of the worm in field local police officer died of hydrophobia the loss of a valued member FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
? cornmeal popular in Northern according to Dr. W. Lassi- and the valued citizen
habit of lighting right on your corn Entomologist Watson sug- community a
u states, has more of the corn taste. food before you start to take a guests the selection of a variety tcr, city health officer. Bennett and Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render
died the result of the bite of a
: --- bit, and that Is not very appetizing. with a long tight-fitting husk as Be it further resolved, Bradford EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SEIUKE
J '' stray dog which he picked up last Lodge, No. 35, F. &: A. M. extendsto MODERATE PRICES
In that projects well beyond the tip
; Bedspread. Inegth. TheHMnch
vary
l' 11 March 25: and which he was goingto
,:t ( length does not allow for Cleaning up breeding places of the ear. In such an ear the turn over to the city poundmaster. his loved ones Its sincere, heart .DeWITT C. JONES
:' } and will be caterpillars do most of their feed- felt sympathy and while we mourn
i 4" :' covering the pillows. The 102- or screening swatting According to local police authorities Starke Florida
,, 108-inch length does, and provides more effective In keeping the flies Ing before they get to the corn. the dog was a young pup- his absence we rejoice In the re I
I off food.TILIN Another control measure Is to -- -
of the
f a generous tuck-in.
f" i
py, about five months old and aim-
I plant as early as possible as these
II' liar to many stray dogs which are -
[' .t' K SCHEDULE Insects get progressively more numerous
:
medium-thick
W honey is substituted allowed to roam the street
_
; o schedule the season advances. '
Our as
; changes Sunday,
; for one-half the sugar in ,
I.tt: cake or quick-bread recipes, reduce April 26, and trains will run as follows 'I POWELL GETS CHAIR c : ro I I '

I the liquid one-fourth. If honey Is : STRAWBERRIES SQUASH JACKSONVILLE: Marcus c. -o- i

substituted for all the sugar, re- Southbound IMPORTANT SOURCES OF Powell was convicted of t first degree
", duce the liquid one-half. If the No. 1-Due Starke 11:31: p. M. VITAMINS IN THE DIET murder without recommen- r'

,;j honey la thin No. 15-Due Starke 5:12 P. M. ,
; very or very thick dation of mercy for the hammer
4 he: this proportion may have to be altered No. 107-Due Starke 9:12: A. M. GAINESVILLE Florida fam- slaying of his wife here March 1.

f accordingly. Northbound ilies need not suffer from a lack of The jury's verdict reached after

p --- No. 2-Due Starke 4:05: M. vitamins In their dally meals, even thirty minutes deliberation, makes '
j No. 16- -Due Starke 10:38: A. M. though the supply of citrus fruits the death sentence mandatory. Asa ? 0 e a.r

Claud Tompkins No. 108- -Due Starke 5:15: : P. M. will be greatly reduced this sum- result Powell, who twice before

Starke and Wannee Branch mer, says Dr. Oulda D. Abbott 1 was convicted on slaying chargesbut .

No. 101Leaves Starke 7:00: A. M. head of the department of home' was pardoned each time after

No. 102--Arrives Starke 1:5: ( p M. economics In the State Agricultural : serving short prison sentences, will n

Dally except Sundays.T. Experiment Station. Her studies be 'sentenced to the electric chair
6
J. GRIFFIN. have shown that fresh strawberriesand z>r
-
,1 se ahy canned strawberry juice are llcNAlI"U"ANNOUNCES I

t'',$+ rich in Vitamin C, the antiscorbutic DAYTONA BEACH Lieutenant -

property so prized in citrus Colonel John O. McNamara,

.,vl, '< fruits. Tomato juice long has been long a resident of Daytona Beach,
>
'' ; .. '" "",.. a substitute for citrus juice, also. I
: "C Ii>_ ... who recently resigned as Assist- tgyp'
..... :-: .; Bleeding gums and aching jointsIn ant Adjutant General of- Florida, ,
.JlIf wi' ." I!!ld. "" children are early manifestations has announced as a candidate -for ,
i" p.i i!111J / of a deficiency of Vitamin C. General. Since 1015
J t h;;: r Adjutant
} :ii she says. Scurvy seldom develops when McNamara entered the ser-

i i j '""!: nowadays, but lack of Vitamin C vice as a private he has served a

L'minatijy1NOLE in the diet gives trouble nevertheless continuously in the National Guard CHEVROLET '
1931 SEDAN 1932: CHEVROLET COACH 1930 CHEVROLET CO\(H

;Si 1 I' and the Reserve Corps except for -Original Duco finish, clean -See this wonderful bargain.You can enjoy all the plea
i Other studies by the department the period of the world war when upholstery tires that show Compare appearance pertorsures of owning an automo
\ of. home economics have shown he was in France. He succeeded little wear. Thoroughly remance and of
J JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA reliability and bile without the expense
that yellow crook-neck or summer Lieutenant-Colonel Bert M. Atkin. conditioned an dbacked by you'll prefer it to anything purchasing a new car you
squash are an excellent source of son Assistant Adjutant General, an OK that counts." Its
the cars
ap- market offers at used
... .. anycan depend on our
yr CHARLIE GRINER.$ M .
( amounts
Vitamin A, containing shortly after Governor Sholtz was pearance Is very smart and where near the price. Combecaule part of them
YOUR lmjM UI comfort' mj to those found in car. inaugurated. McNamara is widely every
I l lsr < .xtaitolnmnlU comparable attractive and it goes to the checked
pletley equipped, to
ready
haa been
.mtUmr. of yea Important at .tka. nwaVm, carefully
f rots. of this vitamin, known in Florida military circles
.WXOol| l Ioo_.tle koMl 110...... .In ti. ..... Deficiency first lucky buyer_ SEE US drive away._ SEE US FOR and has "the OK that
tit FORCONGRESS coI 4olotnl. '".._.1110. 1.., toom west. common in the summer results In and Is expected to make a spiritedrace. FOR SPECIAL SALE SPECIAL SALE PRICE. counts."SEE US FOB SPECIAL
t.b..d. .....,, tofl ."!.*, .(... last, low grade infection and abnormal PRICE.
....fco .... ..>U f t..i..l. rv .bml. west. .bum.P'I"1 redness of children's eyes. SALE PRICE.
__. and. .litdhridvtl. rudUi.. ._
Vitamin A can be stored In the

"Send a Business Men to AIR' CONOITIONIO body and Dr. Abbott recommends
COCKTAIL LOUNOI COfftl SHOP
I P liberal consumption of squash 1931 CHEVROLET 1 1-4 1931 CHEVROLET S I'\iI.
( t Congress. R.w-Shill.. w.t Ph.W lath-, IT'S 1932: CHEVROLET SPORT yoU
t C Native Floridian. I R_ St.oo 10 R.... IUO 1 while they are available as a PORTER1 TON TRUCK-Every farm COUPE-See this practically SENOER COUPE-It
I[]__ noo 14 Row IJ.SO' means of building up resistance to home in the county could new car and this want a coupe grasp this opportunity
f t heavy Taxpayer. I *.*!" IXWM M.* fVtaM ... 1400 eye trouble In children. Summer Paid make excellent use of this grasp op of a lifetime.ter
l i494' Experienced Business Man. SMM HICMM ...4..U< MWX* usually brings scarcity of vegetables used truck. It will answer portunity to enjoy Chevrolef will be proud .

n Sound Democrat. ,...1. t POUND H.,.t" containing Vitamin A, and many transportation problems famous beauty, perform ance and and at
performance
1 S (Paid Political Adv.)* MO O.w.1 I It FAMIM'' HOIIl So_OftOtO.* O. this vitamin stored now in the body that arise every day on ance and economy the low price we're prepared

Sii L .._.."..,.". will help to carry the child through FOR GOVERNOR the average farm. The price Is precedented saving. Motor to offer you can pay for

+i sr the hotter months. hereby the Un- Is right and first come, first smooth powerful and economical. many months' operating

1 BOREE FUNERAL HOME r d'dWe ot lIon. Jerry W. Carter *rved._ SEE US! FOR SPESPECIAL SALE SEE PRICE.ITS FOR costs with the savingsUS SEt
-TTIE for CIAL .\1.E
SALE
END OF IT ALL Governor of PRICE. FOR SPECIAL
-i Full line of Caskets ft Undertaker Supplies .
; Bruno Richard Hauptmann has Florida subject: ; PRICE.
AMBULANCE SERVICE .been electrocuted for the kldnap- to the Demo
v DAY AND NIGHT
t; murder of the Lindbergh baby. cratic primary
L > 1929 MODEL A TOURING1929 CHEVROLET SPORT
q/ 53 PHONE 53 More than a million dollars was + elections next This sturdy five-passenger COUPE-This car haa been CHEVROLET SEI>.1>
O. II. BENNETT. Mftr. June 2nd and 1939
trial which ,
spent on a scandalizedthe
car is just the thing for taken for a
good care of by Its looking
"
-If
: .A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"For nation. While there Is consid- 23rd. and you are
there arose rough usage on bad country previous owner and baa been real bargain in a small mevpensive
erable in the one
doubt minds of
many roads. An automobile: that carefully reconditioned this Chevrolet
out of the great by us. car, see
Americans
of as to Hauptmann'a entire multitude of the any family will enjoy and You can't go wrong with the today. Its finish tire
guilt the heinous crime fewthere
who do common people will get a world of good out amazingly low price we are and upholstery are In g are not believe that whose name is of. The price Is right and offering on this bargain and :ondition and altogether Wu
he had plenty to do with the crime.
tc: Expert RepairingSmith's "Th others" who have e all.l d Jerry. that means you can't beat it we advise you to see It today. will agree that it Is an excellent
may been JUST
z : equally guilty did not appear in the JERRY they aU call him SPECIAL anywhere. SALE SEE PRICE.US FOR SALE SEE US PRICE.FOR SPECIAL buy. SEE US FOR SPECIAL
PRICE.
case--and possibly the only "other" noraaebankernorda. Senator wBuL SALE
who figured In it was Isadore he Is nd ot

Garage Fisch long since gone to answer make Florida a sane,asafengover- VISIT !
/ nor US FOR BETTER ALUES.-TODAYJ
for his guilt before his Maker. The G nia1.- Jovial .
Generous Just Ho'nlIt
sovereign will of a sovereign state .
.
has Capable Sober Safe."
ju.. "to.., Phone 120 been satisfied in Hauptmann's Friends and Supporters of
y electrocution. We trust we shall Torode
s t' '' not need to witness the like of this Jerry the Commoner Chevrolet Co.

h Wrecker Service Day or CM*, again as long A* ...eJlv, <- I AlWlwida Camdidau for

Night'J even if that be a full century. ,I Governor STARKE, FLORIDA1
Winter Haven Chief. |I (Paid Political Adv.)



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1936 MU.DFORD COUNTY TELEGR\.PD. 8T0.t1' ARKS. FLORIDA. PAGE SE''EN 4tI

HAY 1. .. _.. .. __ ... ___ __ .-- .. -- ..._ -
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I
'
;
.-- -' DIKECTOU tors. 1 don't. I am." with the very essence of life Itself New York call- t /

& I Underwood paused In the act of They were at his door. He For an eon she sat like this Whitey's knees began to give .
SWIFE i
BAPTIST- CHURCH J4JI biting off the end of his cigar. He backed to It and looked down at poised for she knew rot what way under her Her throat seemedto
iRST Pastor ebbed back be filled with dead ashes 'It 'I' 4 .
B. Price 1 carefully applied flame "Ah.' Seven Whitey Then sanity slowly J""
gev.G r.1.TbO : New York call," she said i j'
schOol. to o'clock a. o'clock all right "Thank you for a lovely eve- like a morning tide. Her pumps was a

ads) -Supt The voice had stopped. The ning" she said slowly, lingeringly slipped back over her heels to Van almost whimpering. ? N

lI1&Worship 11 a. m. speech was over. Van: loudly Join He bowed and his eyes were unblinking "We've had an awful lot to He sprang up from the bed likea .t

orn/ag; / U 1 1) p, m.'slllllg i ed in the applause "...'Ine." I at the message he saw in drink" she scud evenly, shot "Linda! Get her back on 'I',I

p Worahl1' 1:30: p. m. The hot tropiaal., evening found hers. "Thank you." He nodded "Yes, we have." the telephone." His mind raced .1'

\ Meetlnl'. Wednes- him with Whlte and again they I "Good night." "Shall I call for some ice water furiously all too aware of the :

S Teachers D1 1 were both on the borderline of col "Just fair," he said enigmatically ?" damning Implications that could be

[jjteek: Prayer service, Weday SYNOPSIS ter call up" lapse. The two typists were leave Comprehension seeped through. read Into Whitey's presence herein ''il

gpm After three years of blissfully "Yeah and I gotta' hurry." ing and bowing their goodbyes But she had seen tiny flares kin- "I'll call." He stared at the ceiling his room at this hour. .

happy marriage, Van and Linda He renewed his attack on the food from the door. dle in his eyes. For a long mo- As Whitey ran the cold water Whitey grasped the telephone i

Blethoois Church Sanford have, their first ,",rlousquar..l. Then his face fell.and he gulped a With a gesture of finality. Whl mentous space of time she was over her wrists in the bathroomshe frantically. "Please get the New ,1 r .
Pastor. little. "But I can't use the 'phone still Then, calmly, she made her heard Van's voice speaking Into [York party back. The number Is \' ,
i Montgomery Van, a magazine publisher tey allowed the contract to fall to
eV B M she's call." decision. "I don't think I the telephone." "Would you have Madison three- seven one six y'} \
expectln' a
ool-lO a m. Is secretly! planning to I the table. She glanced at her \
S<*! ought to leave notes scattered some Ice water sent up to Mr. Sanford's \i :
my :
1 a. m. National from J, "That was at seven o'clock. one. '
"orning Worship-U buy Weekly watch. "And fifteen minutes to "
She walked him suite :: I
around.
I IFlnney's past
-T:30: p. m. D. Underwood. But the deal 'Ellen said she murmured. In a frenzy of helplessness Van .
,
League spare she searched her face '
,
pworth 'I through the door and proceedingInto Steadily b
8 m. the ut- face lengthened lugu strode around the room savagely
Worship, p. must be conducted with "You better get some sleep Van mirror. What impulse had 1
veiling the bedroom went to the dres- In the .
Invited; to all these serv.PreubjtertaiT muat secrecy. Because peopleare brlously. "And It hasn't come observed.! He had a seconds contrition her In this dangerous position kicking at any object that: Inter. 1'1 "
i are ser and began going through a put ,
ou Wonder what's the ,i )
through yet fered with his
talking bout him and \\hi- as he looked at the worn wondered and what stronger progress t

Church tey" Wilson his secretary LJii- matter" ? He never did that be pallor of her face. "Go on," he stack of an papers absorption She that was she pretending did she Impulse had helped, her out of It? Finally the 'phone rang. Rough. ;' ;,;' ,;

dn demand that he let her go. fore. I urged, "get back Into your room not feel when Van reached her She returned to the bedroom. In Iy he tore It from Whitey. He j.,
George H. lx>wry. Minister Van refuses, knowing the malicious Ellen tossed her head impatiently. and real those weary bones." I an attitude of deepest dejectionVan could hear the operator making the .

ff.00 iv: a mSabbath School rumors to be groundless.But "Now stop worrying. He'll call, I "No --o" She plopped Into side.She could feel the blood pound- sat on the bed, hU legs dangling connection But no voice answered ,. ,

llOO: A M.-Morning Worship; even Dave Evans, Whitey's You know he wouldn't disappoint I a chair, let her gaze slide over Van Ing In her head and her veins He rubbed" his hands dazedly him across that great, void. As

Vn by the pastor. Fiance In suspicion so that she her and her" so sweet and all. I for a second, then began talking as seemed to be little rivulets of over his face as Whitey walked clearly as if he could see her Van P, 4 4tl
POO rn Young Peoples Vesr Is forced to break their enguge- Now hurry up. Ilf from a vast distance "I'm not i.new that Linda was there +
., P ..._
"All right, all right. But just ----- -- ---- and
Service mei\t. Linda and Van however, I tired any more. I was tired awhile motionless! condemnatory"Linda
m. Evening Worship. have a happy reconciliation.Then the same." Finney cast a pity back for or five hours Linda! he cried "Do

p Van \la forced to fly to Hatana ing glance upward and shook hit ago but now I don't, think I'm I you hear me? Answer me! Please
Baptist Church head I I want to t
Rosewood on business. Too. he hopesto ever going to sleep again as longas + dear. explain +
Il
.. n, 1. O. Hemingway Pastor see Underwood there But Silver chimes were intoning their I live. It's the excitement I r There was only the relentless click l

Services! every Sunday. Biblely \\hen \\hltey telephones him messages of four In the morning guess tension '. It keeps you of the broken connection.The ,

10-15: : a. m. Services at 3:30 with the news that a rival publishing as Van paced the floor of his ho I bolstered:! up strung out like a operator cut in. "The New f':

x\i:\ m afternoon. house Is angling for Am- tel bedroom. Two messy food trays live wire York operator reports the number !

CIIUKCUKev erl..an'e..ldy, he Immediatelyorders stood on small tables and papers "You know what you need, temporarily out of order."

ETHEL B.\PTIST her to join him. littered the entire room. young lady?" Van broke In matterof Whltey'a face was taut with

L. A, Donnley Pastor -- Wearily, he ran his hands oval factly, "A good stiff drink" everything that she was trying to '

:ervlcea every first Sunday. II.'ANEPISODE his eyes "to revert to the "I think you've got somethingthere convey Surely things would turn

Sunday School, 2:30: p. m. original corporation" !" She put her hands behind 'eI out all right Linda would understand -
J1
Hble Study and Prayer Services CHAPTER NINE Whitey looked up a poised pen her and '!stretched arching her .

rv Saturday night. The great white airliner swooped cil in her hand. A glaze of ex body from head to toes. Then she "I'm terribly sorry," she said s'' tti

down to the Havana Flying Fieldas haustion hung over her face and stood up and walked to the door earnestly. '

First Christian Church gracefully as a gull and came one burnished curl fell limply over "Lots of luck. V. S." Van stumbled to the bed. "That's ,t

] Rev.V.. T McOulre Pastor to a roaring stop. Whitey emerg- her forehead. At Van's gesture, "Thanks, Whitey. For every. all right" he answered" dully. jyl' '

.Siible School, 10 a, m. carrying an over-night bag anda she said "You better get some thing.' "Good night, Whltey."" she h A

t'ommunlon, It a m. large portfolio. With a relieved sleep" There was an odd 1 electrical "Good night. Heartsore, Iiv'

hrlatian! Endeavor, 7 p. mrayer heave of her chest, she plantedher He glanced at his watch "Sleer pause! as their eyes met and held. crept out of the room. tt 19 ;

meeting Wednesday 7:30: feet on firm ground, then, spy- four hours breakfast have Then she left, the door closing softly n (Though Van andhltey have
nine and caught themselves Just on the c
at
Ing Van she ran toward him. to make a speech after her.
S
jut Second and Fourth He bustled her into a cab, and then we'll start in again at eleven. 'Tonight, Whltey brink of folly things look black for i t
preaching
kndaya tl a. m. and 8 p m. Immediately plunged into business. Doubtfully "Do you think" we can "NEW YOKrt ('.\LLiNG" I Van said, "we let' r1"g' II 1 e.lileno thi-iii. LJiulit of her has own the ntr"undisputed. Can she ;; ILtiorrra

"I've tried to figure It out from finish It by tonight? loose." 1
Church said "I think so. I'll just type some TEN forgive and forget? Ue sure to 11
he wor- CHAPTEU
Marks Episcopal angle. Whltey
I!St. every i read next week's amazing Installment. t u
on second fourth andII I riedly. "Hanson House must be of these sheets now. 2 t "
service He shook his head. "Better get of ---..--- s
Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. thinking of consolidation, too. But "It's all a matter' psychology

and choir practice at. In any case, I can't take a chance some rest yourself. Why can't they J. D.," Van was saying for the molten fire. Fumbling. Van triedto In. ..

tany I o'clock on Friday nights pro- and let them bid. They'd pay twice do it?" He gestured toward the hundredth time. "If I can come to help her with the papers. I. The telephone rang Since she

Sunday services. as much as we could and squeeze: living room where two stenographers the Board of Directors on Tuesdayand "Why don't you lie down?" she was closest, Whltey automatically

ling us out. So I'm going to get Un- were typing away at top, say I've closed the deal" he suggested throatily "You're a reached for It. "Yes?" There was

derwood to sell National Weekly speed. pounded on the table "they'll little woozy." no answer ""Hello? Hello''" Only ( s ,

) right now before he gets back Whitey raised her eyebrows Big- want to feel It's all right" "Mm," he turned around and silence n t ,
JONES Underwood's mouth puckered York at her" other
50B flung himself out on the spread And in New
H'SSW' IT"',- -:::,:;;;I. '! .1"- doubtfully. He patted his large, full-length. "You know," he said end of that fatal wire, Linda lay !

Comments On Here 'ssr"You convex stomach. "You really thinkso thickly, "it's unlucky to be In bed back, stunned and so stricken thata NOW ner Y.a w.rr.rtn..uer.r..A.

know what v ?" but I can'thelp giant hand seemed to be pluck- In. roar
And Hereafter need, young lady you?" I +, "I know so." Van's voice was I with your it." shoes on Ing out her heart Whltey! In ,r II...sae.........car. .... r,

Van broke in matter- hoarse. He yanked at his collar As if hypnotized, Whitey movedto Van's room at two clock In .1 Ol'.II..

should like to become a Chris. of-factly, "A good stiff'If is if it were choking him. "If I his sl pShe sat on the bed, the morning. .
drink/ have to put It up to them they'llstart cradled the telephone In
f shoe ..then the Whitey
but I have been mistreated and removing first one ,
and deciding
arguing word spoken. Only Its berth shrugged and laughed )
other No was
times by church people. v waww, worrying and we'll never get to- I
number
Is murmured seductivelyIn briefly "Wrong guess
silence
the
writer haa heard that many gether. I'm sure of it, J. D."I've their ears.With Even In Havana." I

9 In his evangelistic cam- seen It happen a dozen times. He just the merest sinuous BrrrImpatiently, Whltey'

Here Is! the answer. I I r mI watched the older. man like a movement, Whitey's right toe snatched the telephone up. "Yea?
hawk. of her left slipper Yes What Is it? Operator, you've
down the street and a man prodded the heel
t A "But to sit here In a hotel room,
do a then the right. Her body froze been ringing here Will you please
me in the face. "Why you > Underwood protested feebly, "and "
me" I ask. "A man In the Into an Immobility that was like tell me
we'vegot
block hit me in the face," the close a deal as big as this.York stone yet, too, she seemed to The operator's crisp voice cut In.
In New
| answers. "I didn't hit SIN'' "What our lawyers good are our lawyers ? be an arrested flame throbbing I"Were you disconnected from your ..

You have no right to hit me" ; ,Sla We're makln the deal ". And -

some other man hit you. ,' on and onWhitey .
Is my reply. Jesus Christ V sat besides a palm at a ,

I't done a sinner any harm. He small table In the hotel bar She

il and died for the vilest sin- twisted a glass In her hand that
About the meanest man I ,
had just lately contained a rye
r rS rd
Is the man who walks up highball. The combined magic of r'' b

hits Jesus Christ In the face the potent rye and the even more
then that the reason
explains potent rhumba music was havingits
did It was because somebodyt effect. She felt curiously light

hIm. If a man wishes to hit some sheets if her chair were a
nlflcantly. "There are and giddy as
a man that hit him It might not to New York. I
Can we get a contract like that I didn't think they should type. cushioned cloud. ,,
altogether Christian, but any- "
He nodded. "Yeah. Smart girl. An amorous couple, sitting to .. 4
>dy could understand that Think ready to put on Underwood's desk N*. 3pr ALL YIYE orrra w aLL YOtJa P '.
kisses
tomorrow night?' "You better go to my room one side were exchanging "_.r. 1 T.' geuMragedwilur4r.1OiONCY i ;
a man hitting an Innocent par- by have tc Whitey suggested. "You'll never and suddenly. Whitey felt a tingling :.dsrode..I].** 10iOMT Country ROB*.1 year 0 Y
because some guilty party hitm. She said, simply "We'll be able to sleep with those ma- I of her own flesh. C.untrr. I '

This shows Just about how V. So"In chines pounding In there. I'll "May I Join you Madam?" a Tb*rant Htw'I! '
AND THIS
uch common sense the averagean the Havana Biltmore Lobby, attempt at rot OH*Yoat
snatch some rest in here when voice asked with a poor fat 0..Tear
has when it comes to rellg- Whitey waited while Van ap I'm through. disguise. It was Van. He dropped
clerk and asked
a. proached the desk
He took her key from the dresser into a chair beside her. f am
for her reservation."Yes ?" Whitey de- Coaitzy Me CALL'S,
"What happened
The clerk and walked heavily to the door. S S 1 OtR
"God loves too much to sende Mr. Sanford.
me A slow smile of exultation Ott 'i
to hell, therefore I will not be- handed Whitey's room key to the "Good out humor.night""I He mean shrugged. with-good manded.covered his face "Oh, I'm so = '( gStorr Pictoq'al hemenr oa TrpN s !

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and that Here Is a good Axle a representative morning.
too. Tom her hand under the
did not He squeezed
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the boy has typhoid fever. His desk. exchange
flicker of an eyelash
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him. For Just
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entually well but his moth- which a small dapper mustache The Convention Hall was
gets
over from drinks has this young lady I I
r la left weak from the strain of bristled. "I never expectedto to overflowing. Delegates many" for one full yean 9
In the coun- had?
house .
urging her boy. She goes to bedIth see you covering a convention every publishing "Four!" Van .slapped the table

typhoid fever. The doctor again Van." try jammed the place of the bestowing moment boisterously. "Bring me on rye And 4 Big Magazines .'
shortly the speaker
to see her and tells the fam- "Well. I am Van returned upon the table for the e
four on
of attentionThe .and
the mother cannot live. One He felt that this needed ampli their varying degrees
the little boy Is out in the fication. "Business Is where you voice went on. "I have always present. The. waiter departed. t Magazine from Group A| :3 Magazines from Group B; 4 la all >
of "SI. Senor.
with his little sister. They can find It these days." He noticedTome considered my profession
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to American .
contribution
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playing around among thai glance at Whltey. contribution "Tonight, Whltey.." Van said I a /
civilization a great
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to pull up the flowers as he had not missed the slight roll ofTom's buzzed In his ears "In every home and her breath caught ,...,.. Hems Ma.(.lor...M.tam. _.. )_1 I T..a T.ar A A i"1II0C'U" M........ .. 1.." 0 Ho.. CNN 1:, .. . 1 p +, .
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wondering a 1"
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don't care what mother eyes. He and the hours 140.1. eJa-i. Y f a leer" ) I
necessities, mind you! Midnight passed I sad 6..a "" a 1". ,1'l
but men III
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than of
the world the sole occupants s.,4... a T.ar to.'101'1.' ,
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bit., advertising. gave .
merest Tn..... Jn ; ,
me so much. She nursed me Tom leered, the we gave theworld" The door opened and Whitey step- Pr.grw.1.. rotBomanH ... 2 Tw. A ham;aaa- .. 1..'If 0 ''gdlry.,. I" t ', 1
to the electric light a Tear 0 *Iran ec
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so tomorrow slouched over in a corner his knees."Oops. ,,' a.r.1 th foilarrnt i.aud ,. AMA:,kt wrrMdry rwNry" Ny. i rr
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curling with scorn at . ....,....
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1e' watched them speaker's pompous oratory. them both Medan Moe...... i isrI T-
so because mother loves me, I Tom and the clerk: his to him to his feet.
Van made way ',
101 going to all the flow- were out of earshot. Rapidly back Into .
pull up until they his side and said In a low voice The attendant stepped d9. ,...
That little boy la a Christian "Yum, yom"" the clerk said ex- home?" the elevator with an air that clear- ?Yrri.d Cui.... y- 4 I 1

rentleman compared with any man actly expressing!' Tom's thoughts, "When Underwood are you looked going up In sur ly said he understood the situation GENTLE WNi Enclose S_, Plot. Sad M. ,4 I7{,

flat lives In rebellion against God,, Tom sneered. 'Business Is morning. Why?" thoroughly. Hadn't he seen a man 0 Otfor No. 1 a Off* No. 2 a OK.r No. 3 Q Otfor No. 4 ., 's, 4as

fefuses to become a Christian and where you can find it. he quoted, prise."I'd"Tomorrow like to see you tonight. with a pretty girl before? Well, m 1 am chocking tho m gtala.s dished with a y.oubicrip> H (' t

ves as aa excuse that God love, "and that's no lie." old man's brow creased Intoa I then what else was there to be ties to you paper : i
The
pia too much to damn him. And at this precise moment, lines. "What said? Closing the door he slid i..
thousand tiny .
of miles away a .
hundreds view. N.m. _
some about 1"Van from .
curious pall of gloom had settled his smile cool but his With the aid of Whltey arm. .

elp Kidneys. In over shirt the Sanford sleeves kitchen.was eating Finney his, pulse was kept racing furiously. "Some- Van"You.tottered probably down think the 1 m corridor.drunk" 9 I : 3tx ot o* H.F.TTowa ) J r- A F

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.. sharplyat .
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Suddenly she "No."
.... tr-== him.his watch your Board Tuesday.of Directors" don't meet He spread his arms wide In .. . . '. .Ii if fii Iii

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j. BradfortCounty
TelegraphEstablished Joint :MeetingOn ,


1877 Wednesday< afternoon March

6, at 3:20: the Juvenile and Juc-

I' MEMBERllLORIfA for Music Clubs> will have a joint Mister Veteran !

: PRESS; ASSOCIATION meeting at the Woman's Club
House. Parent and friends are invited -

r I', I' .. 1935.. to come at 4:00: o'clock for

-' 9ctclycr ld J-f&ticta.: the musical program.

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Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class.I Concert To Be Id

-r Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. At Penney FarmsOn IN ONE OF THESE

__ __ FARMS

L. Matthews __ _... __ __ _______ Editor and Owner Friday, May 8, the Woman's We have several Improved Bradford County Farm. I
Chorus of Penney Farms will give size from twenty UK three hundred acres.! Priced from ranging; : In
l -- -- -- -- -- -- their spring concert In the audito- 3000. Term of 20% cash balance as long as 20 f.1O 10
year
; SUBSCRIPTION RATE rium there. The People of Starkeare Interest. Let u. show you these properties. You do not have to Wa.lt'e can trade today. Prl'iJS 67:!'

Yearly, $1.50; Six !Months, 75c-Payable In Advance cordially Invited to this pro- never be lower. Call WILSON REALTY CO., 8TARKE, or Forrest E. Duties, St. AuguMlhlt's will


", Advertising Rates on Application gram. FEDERAL LAND BANK OF COLUMBIA

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Pay your poll tax by May 16 and be ready to vote. protect smokers against nicotineby

producing a tobacco plant containing -

4 -_o--- very little of the poison.OTIfH Mr. and Mr. H;. L. Brownlee had FOR YOUR The Rev. B. M

'& It is only a short jump from stump to sound wagon. as their guests during the past Misses Kate Struth ';IRragM
> ) TO APPEAR
Etholln
It appearing| i by affidavit filed In week-end. Mrs. Brownlee's broth- KINCSLEY LAKE PARTIES and Doroth VVhileTi I
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o that certain IJ:.UM" in th. Circuit and Virginia Fugate wen jj
: Judicial Circuit In er-in-law and sister, Col. and Mrs.J. In
t .- Rally 'round for the big political rally at Hampton Beach,, and r10r Bradford County Florida, E. Futch of DeLand and Miss SPECIAL PRICE sonvllle tlon Monday attending a Vac
entitled Stanley Beldelman.' Complainant Bible school :
May 14. I v .Kuth Loiiln-IJeltllman: Mary Brownlee and the Rev. and First Methodist meeting at
'1 Ltefendant; and the relief prayed for Mr. M. C. Stith and children all of Church
D being a divorce; that the Defendant On BEER in CASE LotsALSO -- -
1t .In a resident of State other than Jacksonville. Mrs. G. W MI'L
I the "Slate of Florida. to wit 815 N, Alderman (
t The voice of the people In Germany Is just a phonograph Main Street Bethlehem Pennsylvania B. Price and Mrs L A ixuv:

record of Hitler. of twenty-one, and that years she in and over that the there age. Mrs. O. J. Griffin who has spent tended the Arts and Crafta: EMI,,

Im no person In the State of Florida I the past six weeks here with her SANDWICHESPREPARED It by the Woman's GUild atPJ

o Mervlcu of proceed upon whom would daughter, Mrs. Ethel Biggs returned ney Farms Wednesday
personally bind said Defendant.IT TO TAKE OUT < afUrno!>
1 A man never grows too old to learn, but the older he gets IH' ORDERED that the Defendant Sunday afternoon to her Mrs. Canova participated 11I1 I
Kuth. Intuit Meldelman, appearto She was musical
home In St. Augustine. program which
the worse he hates it. the Hill of Complaint on the lilt waa p i
; day of June A. I U. 1 1V3A>> otherwlne a accompanied by her little granddaughter THE SPOTLIGHT sented during the afternoon

0 I decree pro confesHo. will be entered Dotty Sue BIjgs, who --
i' ,against tier for failure to I
appear.
6 :t politicians to being farmers is I It In further OHDKKED: that this will spend sometime there. Miss Rosalind Jacobs and kj
The nearest some come
_ I
t order be publlnhed\ once a week for ___ Mlna Manassa left last
ii four consecutive week. In the tlracl.'ord Friday I
the state.
: when they stump County a several days visit in New ]p
: ; : f'W'na: rrgd
Per of veuvral : Richie with friends Miss Mm
in oI ''In Bradford County, Florida. -Political AnnouncementsKOIl
WITNESS:: : my hand and official : -:- returned to her home her
Henry Ford" says that he runs for exercise. Those who Meal of raid Court thin 30th day. of week. Miss Jacobs remaineda L

ride in his automobiles shake. April, A.A.D.J.ma.THOMAS: longer visit in Fort Meade.|

Clerk of Circuit Court her brother-in-law and
sister
o PATTEN A L.ANDIIUM, ''''1'Ton Sl'PEHIYTIs''tDPNT OP sfnooi.N FOR SCHOOL Penn> I
Attorney for Complainant. I I am a candidate for Stale, Sena- I hereby announce myself. a candidate I hereby. announce myself. a candidate and Mrs. William Dobrow
+ :May 3 through May 9 is Music Week. Ask your husbandto 5-1-01-5-29 tor for Bradford and Union Counties, for re-oleatlon. to the officeof : for School 1 Board District I No. I Fort Meade she will gc to Pa
Hubject to the Democratic Primary. Superintendent of Puhllo Instruction subject to the will a oii the voters of
please refrain from snoring. ftOTK'H TO APPI'lAH Your' support will be r MIut'': : of Bradford County* subject the coming Democratic Primary Beach, before returning to ,
I r It appearing by affidavit filed In predated, and W Selected. I to the will,, of the Democratic June 2, 198If elected. I promise a home. here.
i
o that curtain cause In the. Circuit fy the confidence. shown In me. voters In the Primary Election June fair administration of the duties of
Court Eighth Judicial Circuit, In wrt ;EPPERSON.. 2. Your vote and support will b* the office. Your vote and support
The younger generation will tell you that be it ever so and for Bradford County Florida appreciated n f Is solicited and will be highly ap
entitled Eleanor; RoHsell, complainant : FOIL IVATOII Respectfully. A. J. ORIFFia preciated.. Respectfully.
i humble there's no place like the family automobile.A v. Frank L*. RoHsell, Defendant, I wish to annoul ce to the Citizens E. ;J. LEWIS.
of Bradford and Union Counties. that SrPEHI\TK>UK.YT SCHOOL
divorce
and the relief prayed for being; a -
o .; that the Defendant In a resl- I: am a Candidate for State Senator. I hereby announce myself. a candidate FOR SCHOOL
dent. of a State other. than the State from the above two Counties subjoet for the. office of Superintendentof I BOARD
Congressman was recently convicted on a charge of to the Democratic primary to beheld Bradford hereby announce myself a can
of Florida to wit. 4727 Hazel Avenue Public Instruction of dilate for election
as member of the
.
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania, andover June I, 1 38.Am County subject. to thai will of the school board
from
but it wasn't through legislation. of Bradford District One
speeding Representative
speeding, In Democratic
I. the age of twenty one year voters the Primary (comprising voting
and that there la In the County I have fought for the best Election June t. 1028. I feel that precincts one
1i
pall no pemon interests of thePeople. at all timesand my: and two), subject to the action of r
State of Florida nervier of process previous years. of teaching experience I voters. In the Democratic.
If the candidates for governor pay the qualifying fee upon whom would personally bind I am asking! my People for well lhleQualltltdtttosfillttheldutieeaof well. qualify me to handle the June 2. 1938. If elected. I promise Primary to J'ora
aid Defendant this duties of the office Your vote and work for the best Interests of all

+ ', of $375 a reduction in taxes next year might be possible. endant IT IS, Frank ORDERED L* Kossell., that I .the ppearto De- Important; Office. Help elect. me support Respectfully. will be BARNEY appreciated E. McRAE the Your schoolH vote and In Influence Bradford County..
appreciated.
: State Senator and I will serve
he Bill of Complaint on the let day
at ,0 of June A.: D. 1936. otherwise a de- your aggressively fearlesslythe and to FOR COUNTY JUDGE Respectfully ;J. "M. MOORE

e i Avery Powell wants a radio that he can talk back to. Most tree pro oonfemio. will be entereduffiilnxt you best that of your my confidence ability and In I me assure will To the people of Bradford County FOR COIWTV COMMISSIONER
him for failure to appear. I hereby announce aa a candidate I do hereby
p'' men get the same amount of satisfaction by talking back to It IH. further OflDERED, that thin not be misplaced.Respectfully. submitted; for re-election as County ;Judge and candidate for re-election announce myself on June a
order be published once a week for earnestly solicit the support and 2nd for County Commissioner from
% their wives. tour consecutive weeks In the Brad- CHARLEY E. JOHNS. votes. of the voters. at the primary District No. 8 South Starke. I ama
i lard County Telegraph a newspaper. PRF.lF."TATIVE election In ;June. I appreciate the tax payer and will at ail timesstand
0 of general bllehed ,in FOR support you gave me In 1032 and for the rights of the
Florida; : To the voters of Bradford County: tax pay:
Bradford County. trust my tenure. In office has been
of said
ers district
: If don't believe it's ill' wind that blows nobody WITNESS hand and official I hereby announce myself a candidate such as to warrant support In and county gP"r
;, you an my for representative to the I.eglelature your the best of my ability. I stand l
j seal of said Court this 80th day: of : the coming primary election.Respectfully .
} q look what the automobile has done for the from Bradford County, subject cent for an old age pension and
sticking 1936.A.
good just April A. D.
11
i to the of voters he some provision made
the !
;J THOMAS, he DemocratiQ'Primary action I to be .rJ E3. K. PERRYMAN.FOR for rh"t: :: : ones. Your vote andsupport
i ''; plaster industry. Clerk of Circuit Court. Tune I. 1036... Your vote and support will be greatly. appreciated..
1 PATTEN & LANDRUMAttorieye will be appreciated and I assure. COUNTY JUDGE .MALLORY,THOM A3.
---o- for Complainant. I hereby announce my candidacy
{ .
) will
you that your vfnfldence In m*
-l-tt-5-29 for the offloe of County Judge ol
IJ( ( An Ohio woman has a wasp for a pet. There's not so a not be ml.placq: HAZKN.FOR Bradford County subject to the will I FOR hereby. .COUNTY; announce COMMISSIONER myself .-candidate ?
NOTICE! OF !'CPF.\L' MUSTEK'S: RespectfullyiRED of the Democratic Electors In the
: HXt much difference in that and the rest of us being stung by BILE REP: EsE'lTATiVE primary election on ;June 2. 1938, If for from re-election District as Five rounty subject commissioner -
Notice U hereby given that under elected. to this Important office 1 I 1 I
1 wish to the people of to action of the voters. In the Democratic
friends. represent 0f )
t supposed and in accordance with that certain. the of this County
Bradford In the State' Lmls- pledge people Primary ;June 2, 1938. I '
County 0' appreciate -
'i'' final decree. of foreclosure and .ale fair and Impartial. administration. In the -1
ature and candidacy your support pa..tand f
o rendered Hon. A. Z. Adklns announce my Your and active "
by as Democratic Justice. vote support will appreciate continued
for that office subject to the your
A woman writer that an old-fashioned girl is one'i1 Judge of the Circuit Court of Bradford Primary. June 2, 138.\ If will be greatly appreciated. support and vote.Respectfully .
_ says County Florida, In ehancery..lnthat Slnc".ly.T. T.
R. O'STEEN.
G elected I will _try to benefit my
certain. pendingIn said FRANK LANDRUM.FOR .
who still prefers to light her cigarette with a match instead Court wherein. reuse The Federal Farm county and state.A. DURDEN FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER:: : I

Ii Mnrtffaa-n Corporation Is plaintiff 1'-: SHERIFF1To I hereby announce myself
of a patent-lighter. and William Edward. Prlnwle and FOR RFPRF5ENTATlit5' the voters of Bradford County: dldate for county commissioner. a from can. M/A7S A f
o Uladys 1'rliiffle his wife, are defendants I wl.h to announce my: candidacy I hereby announce sheriff. candidate :District I Three (comprising South
case 583 the undersigned. Special for Representative. from Bradford for the office of and If Starke) subject to action. of the voters
Master by said decree.. appointedwill to the will of the nominated and ..elected I promise *. In the Democratic .
In his speech at Fort Wayne Mr. Hoover told the President i County subject Primary June
honest
.sell to the highest bidder for Democratic voters In the Primary clean progressive Impartial 3, 1938. Will appreciate your vote
_
c: I how to end the depression. Too bad he didn't'get the door each. of In the front Bradford of the County South courthouse front. this Election county June to the 2. I bestof promise my. to ability.If serve. and fearless. of administration the law. On this and declaration enforcement and Respectfully support. LESTER KITE. THIS T4UA&OW

i idea about six years ago. : In Htarke Florida, during the elected, and will work at all times I solicit primaries. and
l legal hours of sale on Monday. ;Junelot for the be.t Interests of the people. vote In the coming : FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
41i1 o Iti8! : .the followingdescribed. I[ will apprecla your vote and support A. O. ANDHffiU.and I hereby announce myself a candidate
Olve "Oscar"
premises situate In Bradford County your vote you for county commissioner of
A seaman in a southern port recently spoke a language Florida, to-wit: ")I. J. SAP?. will never have cause to regret It. District No. One (Lawtey) subject.
In Section
Lots 4 and 13: II
I to the primary
ti t none of thirty interpreters could understand. Perhaps he Township 6 South Range 21Fast FOil RKPREMK'VTVriVR'! FOR SHERIFFI June 2nd, 1911. ;Jef :r.dt.o b 11 belt discharge
according to map of Wood- I respectfully. announce candi myself. candidate to the
my hereby announce a my duty: best interest
was asking for a loan of five bucks. lawn as recorded asnons _Jen. for' Representative from Brad.ford for the office of Sheriff. or of the County. Your vote and support -
public record. of Bradford County :: County subject to the will I of Bradford County subject to the will will lie very much appreciated
3 o .Florida In Book of Maps the Democratic voters In the Primary of the voters. at the coming Democratic -- JOHN C. CLEMON3.
ty; and Flats, on pace 1: together June
Election t, 1534. If elected Primary Election to be held.
1. members, hereditament I ap- that I can be I hereby
fearlessly port will greatly appreciated.Respectfully announce myself a can-
All
everyone should be in a good humor. Some folks, however; Eurtenanves:: :; to said, premises tte- to help the majority of the cltlsens didate for county commissioner from
in anywise Incident of Bradford County and the State L. JOHNS. District Five
MILLER; subject to action by "WEATIIBGiro
f'' never give up a smile without a struggle. or appertaining.G. of Florida. I am for the TownsendPlan the voters In the Democratic Primary
L PATTFNAs In 100 per cent and will accept nocompromise. FOR SHERIFF June 2. 1938. I will appreciate
l n Special Master Chancery I hereby. announce myself. as candidate your vote and active support and
KNlUHT & KNIOHT,
C. C. BUTLER. for the office of Sheriff of .. .
effort In
In Sweden have that be discharging then
ii they perfected a newspaper can Attorneys for PlalnUff.lllt5.811 Bradford County subject to the action duties of this Important
FOR TAX COLLECTOR; of the Democratic Party or them office. point
eaten after it is read. Some sheets however 3 minutes to
r are so yellow, ------ I hereby announce my candidacyto at the rl T. D. DTAL. us

i t"r ; they're apt to give one his death of jaundice. succeed myself as Tag Collectorof I :. If I am : re3f. rf.ni out why "G-3" is America's
\ Bradford county: b cthrd: Bradford County I will render the FOR COUNTY COMMISSIOVEII:: "' its
Democratic, primary to be on most faithful and conscientious. service I do hereby. announce myself as ) bet-seller "
m: 0y C. A. CARVER ;June 2. 1(18. I have tried to render of which I am capable.' I will candidate for the office' of County a To become
'+ you faithful honest and efficient. not 'he the. sheriff for any particularsrroup Commissioner for District. Two ands, or buts!
y kh1 Be courteous to strangers. They might be planning to .
service during my second term of or faction of the people but North Htarke., of Bradford County America'. begt'uller// it'
settle in our town and attitude might be a factor in JEWELER office as your Tax Collector. 1 earnestly I will be the sheriff for all of the subject. to the voters of the Democratic
your solicit your shall port, and Ifelected people, and will not play favorlUamn r: June the 2nd. 138 had to be America's besl|
bringing them here or causing them to stay again I continue to the performance of my duties. I pledge myself r and my sacred hon.or. "G-3]
away. WATCII CLOCK AND render you the same service a. I Respectfully I submitted, If .elected that I will discharge buy-and that's the
Y o have in the past. NELSON T. GREEN. my whole duty. In looking to the Ail-Weather for yowlEvidencewe've !
GENERAL, REPAIRING CARL A. KN1OHT. best
k Interest of the
county as a
i The Bronson Journal thinks it would be nice to be a farmer FOR (" .F.IIK CIRCUIT; COIRT: whole, and will I guard well the taxpayers gol
FOR T%T COLLECTORI To the People. of Bradford Coun- of the County, I will have no
ll and get to quit work when the sun goes down. But what All Work GuaranteedOIUCEN' respectfully announce myself a ty: Sincerely trusting that I may favorites or pets, but will contend plenty local proofoJbttttr
candidate for the office of Tax Collector be permitted to continue to serve for equity and Justice to all as I **% greater'
t about having to start work before the sun gets up? subject tq the action of the you as your clerk of the circuit understand It to the bent. of my than ?
at'.l i, LN BUILDING Democratic voters at the primary ol court: ,fJIen gcet; my candidacy for knowledge and ability. Your vote non-skid mileage, quick''
_ o STARKE FLORIDA June I. 1934. I feel that I am In every this to the next Democratic and support will be appreciated
,
.l way qualified to Rive the dutiesof primary. I appreciate the ALEX L. BARNES. er-stopping, safer gn""
I A new books states that if Landon is elected president, the office efficient and competent kindness and confidence shown me Gel
service. full and by all of our people and In return T. Th. Voters .f .... longer endurance.
Pledging a *""IIIIII. .
,'Vi'i the citizens of the country will sleep soundly. Don't tell us faithful discharge of the duties of I have rendered, and for so long as Dlstrlet) N ... e. a? money' worth tf*
the office to the be.t of my ability I hold office will continue to render I hereby. announce myself a eanIIIrn.e your
,r there won't be enough business to keep them awake. Would Protect I solicit and will appreciate. your every service and courtesy In my didate : ; as County then tome-see us .boul
1 People'sRights support In 'the' coming primary. power. Your assistance will he appreciated. for District Number 2,
14+ I o Respectfully I CARL JOHNS.! A. ;J. THOMAS. subject to the action of Democratic tired I IREGISTER
t and FOR SCHOOL BOARD voters In the primary to b* held
State Assets
An exchange asks why it is that the average person can FOR TAX AHSRSSOR T hereby announce myself a candidate June ind, IMs. If elected I promise
k I hereby announce myself m candidate for re-election as member of to render the best service of which,
r 1 hear a clock tick across the room but can't hear the radio unless for the office of Assessor of School Board District No. t subject( I am capable, thankingthe voters
t' T.... of Bradford County subjectto to- the will of the voters In said for past support and soliciting I their
; turned to four blocks.
y I, it's up high enough carry the will of the voters at the cornIn District. on ;June 2. 1936. Your vote I vote and support In the coming eloc- RES1tIlE
Y Democratic Primary Election to and support. will be greatly appieclated. lion, I am fOft1RES{\
t o ties be held In June. Your vote and support Tours very truly,
4'' H ; Is solicited. and will be great- Respectfully.. L U CONNER. T1
t The Titusville Star-Advocate asks if we have ever heard Iy appreciated, Stafford L. Crews.

_ _- of a negro woman who lived and died an old maid, and we Rmpectfully.E... W.. Hayes. FOR SCHOOL BOARD .fOR hereby COUNTY announce COMMISSIONER myself: a can-__ O

4 I don't believe we have. They usually have more than their (} I hereby announce my: candidacy: dldat. for County Commissioner
FOR TAX ASSESSOR! for
election ae a member of the District No. 2. North Starke, I real
14 share of husbands. T respectfully announce my can School I Board from District No. I ise the Importance of this office and
P- didacy for Tax Assessor of Bradford (comprising South Starke and There promise an economical, business ad
1c4 o a County subject. to the will of .....a). and If elected will give the ministration of same. I respectfully 1\tAE\
the Democratic: : ul.1..1 com- duties of the office my very best. solicit your vote and support
There is a superstition in Pennsylvania that you can prevent Inc primary election, have attention. Your vote and support W. M. EDWARDS 111"
,4 .eDu
_.ik ; t tfY for thirty.on years been a taxpayer solicited and will b. appreciated..
children from having the mumps by rubbing them A of Bradford, County and. If H. D. MAT. FOR COUNTY COMMISBtONKR (
elected Tax Aaveesor, I guarantee I take thl* method of 4 etPSuitt o\upd
_ against pig trough. We even wouldn't want an all the favors, information. announcingofficenof
a a accomo-
suppose germ
;r datlons and courtesies. that eon he T. ... Ve .,. .t .S.ke.l! Boardtrie DI._ County: re-election for the ,, ,

;, to get around them after that. appreciate given through your that"serious office.consideration I will- I hereby* N.announce. I .( llrsdt.rd myself c a*.can.trl of DI..tr"1 the Democratic No.1.' Subject Commissioner to the will of float re a\t ypy

dilate for re-election to the officeof voters In the Pri
o vote. and .assistance.R. School Board Member for District mary Election. ;June I, 1936. (j.oO.
F.
tlay; A hick town is a place where you are awakened at 4 a. m. Democratic primary June 2, 1131. If discharge the dutie will continue to
to deliver a message to a neighbor who has no phone.-De- I FOR TAIL ASSESSOR elected I promise a fair and Impar. I, the' best of of the office to
hereby announce myself a candidate teal administration of the duties of my ability.
troit Free Press. But think of the satisfaction you get out for the office of Tax Assessorof the office. Your vote and support .. J. M. ROSIER.
SAMUEL W. GETZEN Bradford County subject to the III solicited and will b* highly ap.preclated _
j7 ,: of knowing all about your neighbor's business. Candidate far will of the voters at the eomlns Six
Democratic o to be hundred gallons of
Respectfully, gasoline
'I Q STATE TREASURER held June t. In : lltl-e: for this of- J. C. PREVATT. are adequate for aa entire

The Telegraph regrets that it could not be represented at states t"As,,, platform State Mr. Getien familiar floe will with say the that duties I am thereof thoroughly and FOR SCHOOL DOSED of the average American year'soperation

I n the State Press Association meeting in Daytona Beach last member, of the various Treasurer eonatit1t-and a duties promise of If said elected: office to I In discharge l an efficient I the dldat.I hereby for re-election announce amemberaof passenger car.

week-end. From all we hear it must have been a bang-up tional State Boards I shall strictly and preciate courteous the support manner.given I deeply me fouryear. ap School Bradford Board Count"4ubj.el for .district No. 2 of GARAGEStarke
enforce
to
laws for : the ac
protection .
,', meeting, and the East Coast-resort city proved itself gratisI of 1'teOp ago, anagain solicit your lion of the Democratic voters on The "alpper" fastener wag in-
a.
Op rllr .the UIetI of We State careful consideration and support In ;June 2. 1934. vented by Whitcomb
'
)LI our host. the._10'." primary. Your vote and Support will be Judson In
fl Paid Political Adr. R ep.c4fullr. HILL preciated. Respectfully. ap 893[ but Gideon Sundback later Florida

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