Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 8, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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new quota of nine white and connection with the rally to Gasoline consumption In Bradford -

five colored for CCC enlistment has be held at Hampton Beach on County for March showed a

been allowed Bradford County according COME TOEND Thursday of next week the Telegraph considerable Increase over February -

to an announcement this will publish a special Political figures, according to figures l i I

week by Mrs Edward Burns, and' Edition which will be distrib- complied by the Department of ,

Local Candidates applications will be received at the Flurry In Berry uted free to attendants at the cele- Fourteen Candidates Agriculture. The February total 92G New Voters
local WPA office daily before bration and will also be mailed to was 46,979 gallons while the fig-

Given Chance To May 15. Market Saturday the home of every qualified voterIn All Seek To Be urea for March were 73,885: gal Sign Up ForPrimary

A total of 2,000 men are being the county. Ions Kerosene use during the ? r
Face Voters Short Lived Governor ;
called In Florida to supply replacements Many state and county candidates same period increased from G,463gllIons JJJIII

) in the camps and to bring -- have already reserved spaceIn to 6.689 gallons. This

IM. J. SAPI' SWITCHESfOR the National total enrollment up to TRUCKS CONTINUE TC this edition realizing that it affords GRAY ONLY CAHINET county used 318 tons of fertilizer ONE WEEK REMAINS l

SENATOR RACE 350,000. Applicants must be between BUY UNTIL JUNE the cheapest and most effective MAN UNOPPOSEDAH during February and 202 tons dun FOR PAYING POLL TAX

eighteen and twenty-eight method of getting their messages ing March -

Schedules for the eagerlyawalt,4 years of age unmarried, unemployed Carlot movement of strawber before the entire voting list previous records were smash. --- .. .. ----- All records for new registrationsIn

,4 of meetings at which physical fit with needy dependents rlcs from Bradford County came tOo of the county. ed when the number of candidates Bradford County have been j+ t 1

radford candidates will be given of blood or obligation. an end Tuesday when the hut car Plans for the rally are going for qualifying for the June primary FOUR SPEAKERSHit broken this year Supervisor of '
rolled from tabulated of Registration H. C. Wall announcedthis .
a opportunity to speak to electors Lawtey. Truck shlp< ward and indications are that one were by Secretary t
hroughout the county were an- ments will probably continue to of the largest crowds ever assem- State R. A. Gray ,following the week. Tabulation after the +,

jnced this week. Following I.he la NO WET VOTEThis nearby markets until June although bled In Bradford will be on hand. closing of the books when the time TownDURINGWEEK books closed April 30 showed thata

time and place of each meet- low prices are the outlook County candidates will hold the for qualifying was ended. total of 926 persons had registered 1

ag YearBOARD for the remainder of the season. spotlight but there will also be a Fourteen candidates for governor In the county's eight pre ,

Theressa, Monday, May 11, 8'clock Since Wednesday of last week good number state officeseekersto qualified and their names will cincts. y
[ p. m. at the Christian Lawtey has shipped nine cars. Nc be heard from. appear on the ballot In the follow Registration In this county la re- A Y sc

rhurch. SAYS cars have moved from Starke bul Other features, such aa a fiddling, ing order: Grady Burton Wau- quired only of new people moving y ,; +

Heilbronn Springs, Tuesday, May truck shipments are estimated al contest and a dance at night will chula Stafford Caldwell Miami, JERRY: CARTER HOLDS Into the county those who have + !("

2, 8 o'clock p. m. at the school around 216,000 pints during the be added attractions In addition to Jerry W. Carter Tallahassee Dan CROWD FOR HOUR just come of age or those who for Y''

ruse week. The total for the county campaign speeches. Many peopleare Chappell. Miami Fred P. Cone AND HALF some reason have never registered 'M'

Hampton Beach Thursday May PETITION FOR LOCAL 01' during the past seven days war expected to spend the day at Lake City, R. B. Gautier, Miami .before. Consequently the high fig. .

Il4. all day rally. TION ELECTION LAID about 317,820 pints for which the beach and will carry basket i William C. Hodges Tallahassee !I Candidates for state offices who ure of new registrations Is Indicative t

I New River, Friday May 15, 8 OVER growers received an estimated return lunches. Amos Lewis Marlanna Carl Ma- spoke here during the week were of unusual Interest In the election g;+ {
clock p m. at.school house. j of 2013120. I poles Wakulla. Mai lie Martin, Jerry W. Carter for Governor; I this year on the part of voters 't}

Hampton Monday May 18 8 The Board of County Commissioners -' A flurry In the market last Sat'urday Crestvlew B. F. Paty West Palm Amos Lewis for Governor; J. M. Registration by precincts was as t G

(clock p. m. at school house. at its Monday meeting sent prices bounding high, i BOYRILLEb Beach Raleigh Petteway Tampa Lee for Comptroller: and Samuel 'follows: Lawtey 130; North Starke A

Brooker, Thursday, May 21, 8 found it impossible to hold a local especially at Lawtey, and many' Peter Tomasello Jr., Orlando and W. Getzen for Treasurer 347; South Starke ISO; Graham :

o clock p. m. at school house. option election on the liquor ques- growers and shippers jumped to s;; J. R. Yearwood, Winter Haven.In Mr. Carter speaking here early thirty-two; Hampton seventy-six; k IQ' ;'t
Graham Monday May 23, 8 In JumpFROMAUTO addition to the above E. E. Theressa twenty-one; New River r ,
tion at the time of the June 2 pri- the conclusion that two more Friday afternoon kept his audi-
'clock p. m. at school house. weeks of Callaway of Lakeland qualified as forty-one and Brooker seventy-
mary. The action was taken on good shipping were In ence entertained for an hour anda
Lawtey, Tuesday May 26, 8 advice of County Attorney Floyd prospect for this county.It Republican candidate and will oppose half the longest any candidate four k p
'clock at school house. the Democratic nominee at Tax Collector C. A Knight reminded p'1
[ Green who advised the board thata Is said that as sometimes has spoken here. lie reviewed his
Starke Thursday May 28, 8 the polls In November.A voters this week that SatY; Y ,
petition signed by five per cent happens, there were no berries to record aa hotel commissioner and '
'clock p. m. at school house. of the registered voters In the amount to anything In New York primary contest Is called for railroad commissioner advocateda urday May 16, Is the last day for 4
A crowd Is expected at In every cabinet office with the exception of poll taxes. Paymentfor
large payment
county would have to be presentedto late last week, causing fruit fromiiere TRAGIC ACCIDENT ENDS I better school system, favored a '
leach of these meetings as there la abig of Secretary of State, with the year. 1934 and 1935: must
the board and that the election to meet a receptive market PICNIC OUTING published report of the activitiesof l
field of candidates and Inter- candidates listed aa follows: be made In order to vote In theprimary1 k )
would then have to be advertised However the shortage there was NEAR HERE every state official and state
leal la at Attorney General: Ed R. Bentley June 2.
in some races already aWh ,
thirty days before the primary.The only temporary and other sectionsof employee and made a rousing defense -
D. Landla,
Lakeland and Cary
pitch. matter was laid over for fur the country began pouring them Fear of fire, amounting almost of the Townsend Plan. Mr. Knight said: "A person who F

The only change In the list of ther consideration when it was explained into New York early this ,week to a phobia caused the death of Tallahassee Practically every candidate nowadays was twenty-one years of age prior :
candidates this week was the would not be Comptroller: Muncey Anderson to January 1, 1934 should pay
that there Most fruit at Lawtey Saturday George L. Pearson nine-year-old has a sound wagon, but a
[switching of M. J. Sapp from the time enough to advertise the election. sold for around $3 a crate. Jacksonville lad who leaped froma Jacksonville J. R. Bullock West new note In political showmanship poll taxes for 1934 and 1935; If t 9
representative race to the race for Palm Beach J. M. Lee Tallahassee became i ,.
Small trucks are still picking up smoking automobile a few miles was introduced by Mr. Carter who the same person twenty- ti
|state senator The following clerks and inspectors -I berries at Starke and Lawtey and south of here on Road 13 about 9 Murl Pace Tavarea and was preceded here thirty minutes one after January I, 1934 and I
the" First' C. Swearlngen Miami.Secretary prior to January I, 1930. he will be 1 +
were selected for taking them to Jacksonville Miami o'clock Sunday morning.Mr. A. before his speech by a magician
of State: R. Gray
RENFROE DIES Primary Election to be held June and other nearby markets. and Mra. Leo Pearson the Tallahassee (Unopposed) who attracted the crowd and keptit required to pay for 1935 only. If

2: They were paying about $1.50 a parents and three children were Samuel W. I' amused until the arrival of,,the he became twenty-one after January J
State Treasurer: .
FROM.BLOWS. Precinct No. '1, .Lawtey' James crate Thursday .mornings While on their way to'**picnic at .a lake Cetzen Bushnell. W. V. Knott, speaker I 1935, he would not be required )'
1934 1935.:
for either
floater, clerk; J. S. Austin T. T. there Is no great amount of money near here when their automobile Tallahassee, and Ted Lancaster Mr. Carter's address. was free to pay '
NATIVE OF THIS COUNTY In it for the at this price, kind "If a person reached the age of 1 7
Blackburn and Herbert Harley, inspectors grower began smoking from some Ocala. from attacks on any of his opponents
ATTACKED AT' If a. man with his own family picks of engine trouble. George who the administra fifty-five before January 1, 1934
or on present 4
FT. MYERS Precinct No. 2, North Starke: J. his berries he can make a small had once been burned by fire and Superintendent of Public Instruction Lion In Tallahassee. What time he is not required to pay a poll ,
: F. W. Buchholx Gainesville tax for 1934 or 1935 but If he be-
L. Peek, clerk R. A. Newsom F. profit. had been afraid of It ever since, I In his t '
; he did not use explaining
John W.
83 former resident A
Renfroe. W. II. Gates, Tallahassee came fifty-five after January 1,
Moore Total movement for the season shouted "Jump mother, the car'son +
M. Norman, A. R. Inspec humor
of Bradford died Sat- Tallahassee Colin platform was occupied for 1934.If !
County now stands at 3.376.025: pints with fire." Before Mrs. Pearson i S. Cawthon 1934, he must pay poll tax "
urday at his home In Fort Myers English Ocala and Claude Jones ous stories about his boyhood daysIn became fifty-five
tors.Precinct No. 3, South Starke: T. an'estimated return to growers ol could stop the boy he flung open the backwoods. Ulie person j
11.I the result of blows received at Arcadia. prior to January 1. 1935 he Is ,
N. Kendrick clerk; R. C. Buford $245,270.68. A total of 143 express the rear door of the sedan and
the hands of would-be robbers. Judge Amos Lewis, Marianna of tax
I Commissioner of Agriculture: exempt from payment poll ,
have moved from
Elmo Struth and Don Hoover in cars leaped out. The car was being
According to Information received I county. driven at about fifty miles an hour W. B. Bishop Nash and Nathan candidate arrived unexpectedlyhere for the year 1935. y : lb d
spectors. and
here Mr. Renfroe was attackedat Precinct No. 4. Graham: L. C. ---.--- at the time and the boy's death Mayo Tallahassee. Saturday night about 9 spoke o'clock.on Disabled soldiers and sailors

| a packing plant where his brother Smith clerk; F. T. Abernathy H. "When You and I were Young,, was apparently Instantaneous, resulting Supreme Court: Ji; B. Whitfield He the attacked street corner as being unsound the must bring proof that they are stilt '
B F Renfroe, was employed fractured skull .Terrell two to be elected receiving compensation from the
D. Wasdln J. A. J. McKinney inspectors Maggie was written by J, A a and Glenn ( of the state poll tax
u night watchman. While the Butterfield In Tampa. It was ded- when he hit the1 pavement. unopposed), plan advocated removing of his. Government If they wish to be exempt

brother was making his round Precinct No. 5. Hampton: L. icated to Miss Jane Kennedy who I The body was taken to Jackson- Railroad Commissioner: W. B. as ponents. This by tax some protects op-the from poll tax payment. 1i..

three men attacked Mr. Renfroe D. Johns, clerk; Boland Hall M. afterwards sang It In Buckingham ville and placed In charge of the Douglas (unopposed), Democratic Party In Florida, +

with sticks of wood, they were M. Matchett T. J. Perry, Inspectors. Palace at Queen Victoria's request. Seaahole Funeral Home. Adjutant General: Vivian Collins Judge Lewis said and If removedthe DR. CARRADINE t J'
frightened away, however by the ; St. Augustine and John O. Me-
brother's return before the rob- : Walter A Train An Irate Engineerf Namara, St. Augustine. result might he to place the DIES +.
bery Precinct No. 6, Theressa A Horse, vote in the hands of the negro pop

derers was have completed.not yet been The captured mur-, W. S.H.Slbley Hall and clerk Willis: B. L.Swindell Hlnson, I Figure In This DramaIn
The Marianna candidate also IS BURIED INJACKSONVILLE
according to latest reports here. ,
R. A. Green Starke Lester
Inspectors. were: "a
Besides hla brother Mr Renfroe Precinct No. 7, New River: E. A. 1910 Raiford was Incorporated. that fat bogger like water outen Jennings, Jacksonville W. J. Porter stated that he favored the presentslot a

II. survived A. by three sisters Mrs.R Sapp, clerk; M. F. Wiggins, J. J. The village acquired a mayor, Turkey creek. Watch my smoke Jacksonville W. J. Sears Jacksonville state machine to collect law a license which enables from these the Dr. J. H. Carradlne 71, former t

E. Townsend LaBelle Mrs. W. Thomas, and E L. Kelly, inspectors. a Bet of aldermen, a marshal anda will you!" and Claud Tompkins Jack- devices. This license has chief surgeon for the Illinois Cen '
Tarbrough Raiford and Mrs the latter built of logs sa had been for gambling
N J. jail Bill long spoiling sonville. source of tral Railway at Natchea. Miss.,
become an Important
Thomas New River.He Precinct No. 8, Brooker: R. A. heavy and well anchored till the a. fracas with the train crews; now National Committee Candidate to the state he said and died In a Jacksonville hospital last '

was known as "Uncle John" Weeks clerk; Clyde Kelly O. J. Inmates could not turn It over and he had legitimate excuse for one. Democratic National Committeeman revenue taken It would cripple Friday following a stroke of paralysis n Y

to his many friends In this county Molt and J. C Harrell Inspectors.The escape. When the tax assessor He immediately commandeered a : George C. Cofteld Tallahassee school If funds away as well as other departments at his home In Lawtey. l

who knew and respected him as a following additions were started assessing he found that saddled horse, and riding like fury D. Nell Ferguson Ocala. Ollie of the slate Prior to his retirement two years ,'

citizen and a devout Christian. HeM made to the pauper roll with there were no block lots or streets he let go of a quantity of the sort Gore Miami Jack H. Jones, Miami ago Dr. Carradlne had been for ,,,
a member of the Long Bridge amounts as set after each name: to hang his assessments on, anda of lingo which in print has to be Gordon B. Knowlea Bradenton Alton Comptroller J. M. Lee spoke five years resident physician at S i iMoosehaven

Christian Church R. D. Stokes $2 Mrs. Elbert Glover document containing a number expressed by means of dashes, ex- T. Peacock Tampa and HenryH. here at 2 o'clock Saturday after the home for aged

Funeral services were held at $5, Mrs. Annie Geiger $3. Mra. of .'wherea.'.." was drawn up empowering clamation points and asterlaka. It Wells Tallahassee. noon. In asking for a second termin maintained by the Loyal Order of j

the Sapp Cemetery Sunday morn- Laura Finley (3 C. A. Youngblood the mayor to have the had been bottled up until fermentation Democratic National Committee- office Col. Lee reviewed his Moose) at Orange Park.A .

In& at 11 o'clock with the Rev.!\/ C. $13, Scynthla Lopaze $2, Leaty town laid out into blocks, lobs and had set In, and aa soon aa uncorked woman: Pauline Burke Carr Weat record during the past four years. native of Natches, Dr. Carra |:i

were, O. A. Andreu Rudolph An- shapes as conditions allowed, and rubbish when a rotten stump la Tampa and Helen Hunt West of tuxes from big monied Interests Mrs L. W Carradlne pioneers of 'td

dre",!!. Reddish Andrews Tom that a good and sufficient map of blown up by dynamite. And aa Jacksonville. saying that they were his that city. He came to Florida In j y
Welch, George Jordan and Emory Takes Recess the layout be made. "So say we the moving finger writes the Law Candidate enemies In this campaign but that I u

Jonns.. Arrangements were In Circuit Court here Monday was all." A surveyor waa engaged to of Raiford it dote the i'. and Convention Delegate men Fred Andrews -' he would continue his activities 1921.Educated at Vanderbilt University
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charge of the Boree Funeral Home. recessed until a later date by make order out of chaos for the crosses the t's with pistol shots.The State, Miami at Large, Fred( Botts, Miami. against them If chosen by the people and Tulane University, Dr. '

Judge A. Z. Adklna. The new addition Jots had been acquired and the engineer wondering what sort Burch Tallahassee H. for another term. Carradlne also had taken post l

Irving McDuffte, Georgia negro to the court house;' which buildings placed without the least of wild west show was on the way Clyde Harry Byers, Orlando Olden A. Samuel W Getzen. of Bushnell.here graduate courses at Johns Hopkins I

valet' for President Roosevelt ncludea the court room baa not regard to system. assumed a defiant attitude and Jacksonville, Sidney J. Catts, made his second appearance University He had been a mem- f
Byrd the distinction -
plans to go back to Georgia and yet been completed and It Is be- Raiford was a very "tough'place took a tighter grip on his wrench. Jr.. West Palm Beach John Davis, Wednesday. He claimed Introduced ber of the Duval County Medical .y
retire at the end of his White leved that It will be some time In at the time. Not only did Tho colored fireman thinking It Lake City Ell Futch, Gainesville of having every Society.In ,y

|House career. I !July before It la finished. the neighborhood contain many was a deputy sheriff after him Benjamin R. Gorgaa. Indian River since piece he of became major school a member legislation of the addition to his widow Mrs. ?'
the on the tender, openedthe Stella R. Carradlne he leaves adaughter
=. = "bad cats, but whenever sprang up City Bryan Mack Lakeland, and He
Lake Butler rowdies had disputes manhole of the tank jumped Glenn C. Mincer Miami. legislature thirteen out that years he Introduced ago. )Sr.: Charles R. Stewart, ,,1
to settle they went to Raiford, as Into It and pulled ,the cover back. Kino pointed Jacksonville; three sons, Frank R. 1
Stores in "Lucky Days'Here State at Large (women) France. : snd fought for the Workmen'sCompensation i
Cooperating their own town bad begun to frownon When six feet from the engineer Eatell Alford Bonlfay. Paola : law. "Since that and William of Lawtey and GeorgeH.
stores that are working to- their fracases Consequently Dill drew up to a sliding stop V. of New York City. He also
are the "LUCKY DAY" Edith
C. Copeland.. Everglades law took effect lat July, more '
needed marshal able to "Hyab. you fat slob! Whatlnell leaves two sisters Mrs. Wilson j1 s
today Ralford
gether to Free each Saturday. Madeline A. Jacobson have been
give their customers $30 Miami cases
Herlong than 2O.OOO Injury
holding the city survey Orleans Mra. D. i.1 r
with the rowdies and one you\ mean, up Williams N.ew ; ?
at will explain the rulea. cope Tallahassee Mra: Bertha the State Industrial, '
of these and handled by
any they old '
places If4
Bill D-- had been appointed. lie ? Git up on your Lowdermllk Ft. Myers Mr. Dave Two-thirds of these W, Dlllehaye, Seattle and five
was a scion of a family of dead coffee pot and move your stringof H. M.. Strick added. grandchildren.
Mra. he
StoreJoe Oakland, been settled.
Top Sternberg' Starr have
Grocery and its traditions rattlera outen the way and do Funeral services were held at 11
Hut J Station game fighters land. Live Oak and Mrs. W. B. Another recent speaker here was
Furniture Co. SUtrank's Service did not suffer on his account. It P. D. Q.t! You hear me! o'clock Saturday morning In the
Stumpy Store Denmark Furniture Co. One afternoon the surveyor wasa The engineer's Mussolini chestl- Young, Miami. J. R. Bullock, of West Palm Beach Estes-Krauss! Funeral Home the J
Those qualified for delegates to also a candidate for state comp- e ,(
Bradford Hardware Co. Magnolia Fish Market quarter mile on the north aide ness quickly melted and. aa meekly he Rev. F. W. Sessions officiating, 't1
other things
Democratic National troller.: Among i
the: Cem
Line tracks which Halle Selassie, since the tat Interment was In Oaklawn !
Jacobs' Service StationGreen's of the Coast aa with effort aa a 14
Store to
Hayes : from the Second promised use every 1
traverse the town. He wished to ter's whisker shedding, he got onto etery.
C&nova's Pharmacy StoreMItcheU'a two: to be elected are: J. Graham nember of the State Pardon Board 1rt
the hand the
a line south, across the engine and put his on
3- carry Joe Bryant Davis, igainst the promiscuous granting E
M. StoreS Black Jasper
Alvarea Drug train blockedIt I throttle. Marriage Licenses
tracks, but a freight hieflandaod W. L. Fisher, Cross ''of pardons to habitual criminals ,;
trunk'. Feed *. Seed Alexander ale Company and seemed In no hurry to leave. "No, you don't!" cried BUI. "You Dan Chappell Miami candidate Morris Johns and Louie Belle h

Smith's Garage S. R. Johns SonaSmlth'a He hunted up Bill. "Chief," he pull that reverse lever back to the City, 'or' Governor, was to make his sec-: Starling, Lawtey May. 2. ,,

The Quality Store Service StationStera'a said, "can't you make that train last notch before you let in steam American Indian using his md speech here of the campaign Charley Fowler and Edith Star- t
New move so I can get to work 7" darn you I You back up-under- 11 o'clock Wednesday morning log, Smoker May 2.
chased and :
Deal captured
Garage wait birch bark canoe,
Service time to
Station "Can make It move!" the marshal stand? Reckln-ws'ira before the white tut was forced to cancel it because Fisher Gas kins and Doris Kery .
Went whale long
Side Service Station The Spotlight exclaimed. I'll make it move till that rusty drag of flatwheela of being behind In ,his schedule. Lawtey May 3.

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PAGE TWO. nir.inrann COUNTY TKIjr: RAPII. STAKKE. PXOREOA ._ _ _ FRID.\, \tho _
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am Ruth I.otiln' BHdetman appear !ftOTICH OF fd-KCTIOf: day OtAguRT), ,
c t4Z WOODLAWNMr NEW RIVER HIGHLAND GUM BRANCH to the Hill of ('''"''Ilalnt on the let Pursuant to the requirements of Hame In my ofrl,\, ,
Minn' Elizabeth llarnage Cor. day of June. A. D 193$, otherwise. a law and the resolution now on file Duration f II *. N. ).. Brudley, Correspondent (:Mrs. 9. L. Johns Correspondent) lUlu M. E. Crews, Correspondent decree pro confeMMo. will be entered In the office of the Board of Publlo Iher..oll. Said a Iu""'.., 'I 01 ,
., her for failure to the I"" ,,
: of aBalnxt appear.It Instruction of Bradford County following d..., .11.
f Marked with beauty and impliclty Mr and Mrs B. F. Renfroe Mr. business via Mr. and MrJ. Williams In, further. OKDKHBD, that thisorder Florida said Board of Public Instruction the COlin I)' of Lfi'iIt I I
; F. M. was a ,
,. Jacksonville were the guests of be published once a week for hereby. tails. an election to Florida. to-wit I' ,
was the wedding last Sunday and Mrs. Pane; Mr. and Mrs. Williams Itor to Starke. Saturday.W. four <'ontt''i'UtJve weeks In the Bradford be held on Monday May 18th. 1936In 'V 4\11\ A of
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday.Mr. NE';;' ... ,
; of Miss Doris Kersey and Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. P. S. E. Marr was a visitor here County Telug-raph a newnpa- the. school houses In the districts l NW14 of Sectlo" ,.r \ \\
'I 4 and Mrs. D. I. Knight were per of general circulation published formerlY known ai Vanderbilt, Hell- South Rall1J9 ::" 'i, 1\ i .1
Oasklna. at the home of her Crews and children of Fort Myers 2 '
'i : In Biadford Florida. i ""I
Saturday.Mrs. In St. Ga. Sunday. County 'hron. and Rising" .as. hereinafter described lug 6 deres. Mor. '" ":.
I ; ). grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. W. R and Mr. and Mrs. Charley Renf roe Lewis Norman was shopping visiting George WITNESS my hand and official now together comprisingSpecial errl.II ,, '", I h,..
W. R. and children seal. I of said Court this 30th of ; und.r"Vh: : < I .
It Kersey The bride l lit the' daughter ind family of Tarpon Springs were In Starke. Saturday.M. Mrs. Conner. of Mr. Apt'II. A. U. 1938. day 14 of Bradford Tax, School County District Florida num1 if o ,.,",luM1S2khVu"rn.ln j : ;' ,r' 'I..,.

l.. of Mrs Winnie Wo
late Hardle Kersey. The groom, of Mr. J. B. Renfroe here Sunday. here Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday.Mr. Clerk of Circuit Court. wit: First whether said. Special' Tax Unless said. cnrtli' ,,
and Mr, W. M. Newmoos of FATTEN & LANDKUUAttciineyH School District number 14 shall. be deemed according,, M, ')10"1, .
of Mrs. Gean Gasfclna Mrs. Howard of Jacksonville i ,
la the Thomas ,
son ,1"'
and Mrs. Lacey Norman for Complainant. divided Into three Special Tax eity desert. bed t! ., < ''h.
and the late Jim Gasklns. Is visiting here with her were visitors to Starke Saturday.Mr. Starke were the guests of her sisA (S-l-Gt-B-2l! M,'linil -n>lMtrlr.ts. i....-'h-- with.. __n the---- n'fnl. tn the highest 'h"oidrf] ''I ," '"

.A,_. and____I -nb.rIn.1aw.______ __ _Mr.__. and lowing boundaries. ::: house door on V 'Ii..
Rev. and Mrs. C. C. n n n. th. ., ,
Another wedding was an event parents the and Mrs. Max Carter were ( I.KI1K-4 It F:FOIST t lIe r"1 '"
Starke. Fla. April 30th. 1936. I.
I, of Saturday afternoon when Morris Butler. shopping In Jacksonville, Friday. I. and flepnit! ;of the Cleric. nf the Circuit NUM TIER 10: (Being the district the bt day "f J,,",., j I'' "'J,: WIi'
and Mrs. D. Knight L'sted
Johns and Miss Louie Bell Star- Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wynn and F. M. Crews and L. J. Norman ('.uut, In and for Bradford County, formerly known as Vander. I (OFFICIAL this ilth. dl<\ ,,,' \II .
family were visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. bllt) : Beginning at Southwest corner I It.I .
married in Starke. children of Georgia, were visiting visited in the Sunday Florida on account of taxes assessed A. J. THO'M
ling were Sapp section. L. Gaukina night. for the year I 1035 tf.S,' Klght, Township Six .x ,
Chism called to St. here Sunday. I Friday C. A. KNIOHT. $,, Range Twenty-one East Clerk of "i-i 11, "" .
Rudolph was Miss Hazel Sapp was visitingher thence East to' Southeast;; corner ot -.Brtt'"'," ', 'J/I/
Tax Collector. ,
account of the Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thomas had as Miss Beth Wlmberly Miss Ethel I 1"",
k George Ga.. on sister, Mrs. ,P. D. Reddish Sat- C....., ProperTo Section Nine Township Six South, '"
death of his uncle Bert Chlsrn Jlnner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ricks and C. M. Grlffls were Balance due uu_ 3.981.18 Range Twenty-one East thence !\O"'I'-

: Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey accompanied Jess Thomas and Mrs. Lois Byrd visitors to Jacksonville, Thursday. urday.Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and To Hy amount Balance collected due _._ ____h___ 3,722.74 2BX/ .42 North Four to Township Southeast Six corner South. of, Section RangeTwentyone FOIL: ) 'J' ,'nIj.;(...,TlO,

him there. I of Johnston Mrs. C. B. McKinney, Little Miss Ruby Green, of Fine A 1'.r'.Uur. East, thence East to the NO'l'Ij.t6ensp ustil s... 111:11:
children of the State Farm were To Balance ______ Southeast corner of Section! Three, 1 1 I ': '
Mrs. Eunice Wilson, Mrs. Lula Starke Is spending a few days due 1,13747 That W'. >. inltI \ .
) Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford visiting Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp, fly amount collected .____ 7382 Township Six South Range Twen- Tax i, : ,, : ':t
t spei\t Sunday at the home of Mr. I Slade Mrs. Edna Prevatt of Starke here as the guest of her grandmother I Sunday afternoon. To Balance due _uu.. 1.063.66 I ty-one East, thence North to Southeast 5th.. Certificate day .t' :>\" 'cJ04'

and Doris Crosby of Sunny Brook Mrs. H. C. Wimberly. Cnuntr ftond. and BrIdge I corner of Section Twenty-two and \<. of { S"PI""I.' \ I, I
? and Mrs. W. R. Kersey. .--- To Balance due ._ ______ 4.834.34 Township Five I South, Range Twen the 6th. 'ertifi. .11.' \ I" .,
Farm. Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Thomas and ty-one East theme' East to Southeast day OJt ._. ,
: Miss E/fle Crawford spent Sunday Hy amount collected ______ 813.79 1032, ha's I" '
with Winona and Retha Brad I Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby of baby. of Baldwin, visited relatives BOATDRAINMrs. To Balance. due ..- ______ 4.62055 corner of Section Twenty-three, and has made flied '."i ,. \"
Township Five
( South1 1 Rang* Twen 'II',,,
IuIn)7 Hrhnol General
r ley. 1 Sunny Brook Farm spent the here Monday. Z. Z. Griffin, Correspondent To Balance due _h____ 6.687.32 ty-one East; thence North to Northeast of tax Said deed' to lle i I.I. !, "" ,. ,

week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. -.-- fly amount collected ___ 369.15 corner of "Section' Twenty-three the certlflcat. \.. i ;: '
y Miss Loin Kersey spent Sunday To Balance due _.. ___n__ 6,318.27 Township Five South, Range Twen- the following d-, ,: ..,'
with Mia Vergle Gasklns and all Johns. RISING Dan Boree and son. Henderson, C'nunty toll.- ty-one .Fast. thence West to New Florida County. of n, ol'V, I I', .,

Miss Jewel Wiggins of Jackson- and Irene Boree of Jacksonville To Balance due __ _____ .4000 River, thence southwesterly along to-wit
; attended the singing convention at ville was visiting friends and relatives Miss. Edna Lewis, Correspondent I and Mrs. Z. Z.Grltfls. By amount collected h____ 26.00 said river to West line of Section North Wet 1./11./ V ,
; I Kvergreen. were visiting Mr. To Balance due __ 21400 Twenty-nine Township Five South VewL Quart" ", 'f

", Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Anderson !te'o.': Saturday.M. Cord an Hammah returned recently last Thursday. _Ti.tnl. Onli-Nrlioot. -llesTularro Lltn.iie.!....... ft_1.:Twenty-one:,... __. :... .Eanf.I._... thence. ... 1ip 7...MOUlh. ...., i H" co.,.,.
L.. Jonns uaiunce due ______ no. .v w ..v. V& VV' ""U'i., 1
and M
J. were 6.1108.06 "
I sapp Mr. and Mrs. Zenaa Grtffis atei.
werevisiting '
to his home In Atlanta Ga. 1 I glonlng.SPECIAt.. "
of ,
v Hpent Sunday at the home Mr. Hy amount collected ______ 8(15( .04 IBO mi i" ..MIII
and Mrs. W. R. Kersey."IT'S business visitors to Tallahassee after spending a few days with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gain.. To ilitlnnce due .__-_____ 6,14211 TAX !SCHOOL DIS Jawing described ,I", f tol l
i Saturday. of Bethel last Sunday.Mr. ri.lol /Mnb-Srhool Bonded TRICT NUMBER 15: (Being the dis. County ot Hiadf" i '< I',
and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. ey / To Balance due _-__-___ 4.895.30 trict formerly known as Helltiron\ ) : I Florida. to-wli \ ""I "tat._< l lJer o'
Norman Wiggins was vlaltlng Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Conner of and Mrs. Arch Prevatt are Hy imiount collected. ____-_ 362.66 Beginning at the Northeast corner. of Ijorthwom,' ', ,J",,,r

: his brother. M. F. Wiggins, Sunday. Starke were visiting: Mr. and Mrs. the proud parents of a son, born To Balance due .". __ .____ 4,63264 of the Southeast Quarter of Section Range" 2:1 21 0"11,3 ,. ; %:
w Five. Township Six! East
Pension : South Range .
,, W. Sapp and children W. C. Conner. recently. May 4. To Balance due _- _._ u 66874 Twenty-two East,] thence North to Acres more ,?,. ,, __ "I ?

were visiting relatives here Sun Mrs. of Bronson Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prevatt of Fly amount collected __-___ 3),91 the Northeast. coiner of Section The assetisnieni' ,,,i V
Mary Drlggers. 1'u balance due ____ ._-___ 631.83 Thirty-two, Townnhlp Five| South rly under. the iirt, V -aid ",:
; FOR CONGRESS" I I' day.Mrs. was a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Theressa were visiting their son llviiil & llrlilKe Interest Range Twenty-two East. thence sued was ,In th. ," "? rl'at"' ,
Mary Thomas Is visitingher E C. Lewis. Arch Prevatt last Sunday. Klnkln* Fund West. to Northeast corner of Section 'lto..

To Balance due _. __ ._ ___ 12,64064 Thirty-six.. Township Five South Maid .i-eiiM I j ,
daughter Mrs. C. C. Wynn in "
Paid Political Adv. J Bill and Paul Slder Mrs. W. P.Whestle Harold Grlffls and C. W. Thomas By amount collected .____ 843.92 Range Twenty-one East thence redeemed ucc-nrdlng" i, i '""

'; .1 Georgia. Miss Mary Roberts returned were visiting relatives in Green To Balance due .__ __n__ 11,69662 !' North to Southeast! corner of Section Bold property:: to ,'I ,' ,",ii" ,' 'law" ',
Twelve, Township Five South, the hi, ,, ., ; \\III',
) to their home at Pickney, Cove Springs the past week-end. !O'I'IC'.J 'ro APPHAIt Range Twenty-one East, thence t-nurt-houxe door ", 'n", .1'' I'
HAMPTON Michigan, last week after spend- Rev. E. C. Hogan of Jacksonville It appearing by affidavit filed In West. to New River thence down day In the month 'I, "ro'\I' ;\,
that certain CBIIMK In the said. river to section line dividing which IH the 1st do "". II,
; : GRADY BURTON 1M...... Ada NI......... Correspondent ing several weeks here. will fill his regular appointmentat Couit KlKhth Judicial Circuit Circuit In Sections 16 and 22, Township Five Dated this' nth'I ''l|III,, '.J,' '. |l II;
I 1: Miss Evelyn Crosby. of Brooker, China Grove Church next Sunday and for Hradford County Florida. South, Range Twenty-one East, A. J. THO.MA."r'L' it!

The Rev. W. T. McGuire filled was a recent guest of Miss Irene morning and Sunday night.TiETHEL entitled ICIeanor )ItOHHell Complainant thence Section I East to Northeast corner of Clerk B'adtord'of cii |I'of ""Ort
1 v. Frank I. Twenty-tnree
1 his Hoxxeil. Defendant, Township ,01'
regular appointment at Palat- 4-17-6t-6-U Plo,11I
OF WAUCIIUI4A I Lewis. and the relief pinyedfor being a divorce Five South. Range Twenty-one East.
ka this week. He has accepted the ; that the Defendant) In a resi. thence South to Southeast corner of
pastorate of the First Christian Miss Amy Moore of Starke was dent nt a State other than the State Section Twenty thr...., Township. !\O'I'I.J OF "p..if: iM.ti.t \I. ''II.-j.j;: ;

: Democratic Candidate for I I visiting Miss Edna; Lewis here re- Irs. Ralph Galney Correspondent of Florida, to wit 4727 Haiel Avenue Five South, Range Twenty-one East, Noll.. .I.i hh'u, :_
Church, of Palatka. and thence Went .
will to Southwest -
preach cently.I Philadelphia Pennsylvania and corner' nf.Section del' and In "V ") 1 i"' c that u
here first over' the age of twenty. one years Twenty three Township aceor..n.. ,. 1IUI
; : every Sunday morning Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sunday and Rev. L. A. Donelly. of Kingsley I'H that theie, Is no person In the Five South. Range Twenty-one East sale taln. final .dscrse or fi n.ur.' ih.t5. .
: ::; GOVERNOROP ind evening throughout the year.C. Lake was the guest of E. E. Lee of Florida service of process. thence South to Southwest corner of as rendered by lI"n A Z. Adk
: Paul recent visitors In Judge .
G. Manalre and family who son were ,),, whom would personally bind Section Thlrty-flv. Township Five of (ii. Cir, ul1 "OQr'
Bradford '
d" Plant City. and family Sunday., said DefendantIT South, Range Twenty-one County FI"rld", ,
t n
; FLORIDA have been spending a few weeks .. Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffls of IS ORDERED that the De thence East to Southeast corner a'.tt: cory In Bald. In that cerlllin cat.. p.nd rhl!
; : with relatives and friends in Tam fendant. Frank 1.. Itossell appear to Section Thirty-five, Township Five Land Court wlerplti) 'h PNt,.
i, Boatdraln was visiting Ralph the Bill of South, Twenty-ona Bank 'ii" PlaintIff
Complaint ,
II EVERGREEN on let day t v.II'o m and \It'.
pa. have returned to their home. Gainey and family. Sunday. of June, A. D, 19,16.: otherwise. a decree thence s Southwest corner of ..t al ar, dnrend1,
Fttvom: Definite) Fund for the !.Mrs. T. A. nosier Correspondent Northwest Quarter of case 666. the .
Marlon Section
'JN Sullivan one of the employees pro confess> will be entered 1 One und..rnlg"ed 8p"
and children Master
Mrs. Ralph Gainey against him for failure. to appear. Township. Six South, Range Twen by .old d..e' .T'ui"tui5, .
\ :ni ( Fubllo Schooa- 1 in the Miami Postal servIce Mrs. J. E. Rosier was called to were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl It IK further OltD nED. that this ty-one East, thence East to point of sell In front to the. highest hidle', ror tJ,

4 'qj Old Age Pension waa the guest of his mother, afternoon. order be published once a week for beginning.SPECIAL. the ot tue Mouth, rr"nt don
k ,;) Mrs. Fort Pierce Monday on the account Andreu Sunday four. consecutive. weeks. In the Uradf01 TAX SCH'OOL OISTRICT Bradford COllnt urthon.
Josephine Sullivan. Starke
:"i' Nation-wide Advertising recently.Mrs. Dorothy Lee was visiting her d County Telegraph Florida, during 'h,
of the serious Illness of her a newspaperof NUMBER II: (Being the district hours ot hr
8 '; Y : Campaign Financed by "odd Mattie Anna Ward who grandmother. Mrs. Cynthia Lee. general circulation published In formerly known a. Rising): 1938. the .ale on Mon.llI, )t.y I''
'las been the daughter, Mrs. Paul Glovera. Hi,'ad ford "County Florida. Beginning at the Southeast following d... Ih..d. Pro
guest of her daughter ise.
:''i II : cent breaks." Sunday night. WITNESS my hand and official Section Twenty-five, nC iIa.rBiI [; situate In BrllM''i 1'0"
j, ,;' 1"" i Mrs. L. A. Pringle, of Starke returned Mr. and Mrs. Philip Sullivan Edna Gllsson was visiting Gladys seal I of said Court this 30th day of South, Range Twenty-one: East Flou'ida to-wit:

Dnmocrutlo Platform Con. to her home last Saturday. and children of Jacksonville, were April A. D 1931\ thence I North to Northeast corner :oi The Southeast. ''Illal/l'/ ..1 I
;, i'i Lee Sunday afternoon.The Northwest
A. J THOMAS. Sett ton .
Twenty-four quartet
Township Six :11 d .
Mr. and Russell Redding h. )1or
pt M-ntlon. Leroy Dyal, and mother, are visiting Mrs. I revival at Bethel Church will Clerk of circuit Court. South, Range Twenty-ona East halt of the Northeat, "itia' '", oft'
; spending a few days with Mr.Dyal's Monday morning. PATTEN & L.ANDRUM thence East to Southeast corner of $()UthWent quarter of Me' '
t \ Slot Machine Rocket. start Sunday night. May 10. Conducted Attorneys. for. Complainant. Section Eighteen Township Six three (33), .ownship i.'tt: :V :
: lou
: 'I' +' sister, Mrs. Retta Parker, of Miss Louise Rosier spent Sunday 5-l-5t-6-2M Range
by Rev. L. A. Donnely andL. South Twenty-two East Twenty-one 'ij" i Ea.t
I'fi\ IJ !'"' Two-Job Practice. High Springs.The with Miss Pauline Johns at E. Lee and everybody Is welcome !- thence Nt"hM'n: Northeast: corner 01# le.e.taming Sixty ((601) _T .e, ?,??"
NO'rlC'.J Of 1PPI.ICVTIOV Southeast Quarter Section Six Together with .,1, ,.11 ,
Rev. C. E. '
r : Tritnsuctlon Tax for Relief Cutshaw will the State Farm. to attend. FOil TAX: ItKKItmate Township Six Sourti., Range Twenty the tenements, herdlln,,' ..t i" ,

i I 1 j' of Land Barons. preach at the Baptist Church next J. D. Peele and children were : Bill '')... Hl.1 I two East, thence West to the Northwest appurtenances theivuni" : !' belon.
NOTTfB or In .
; IS HEHEBV; OIVRN. : corner of the Southwest quar.ter 'any way ". ""'
and '
;,' I'i' Pardon for II a r d e nod Sunday morning evening.Mrs. visiting friends here Sunday aft. MISSION HALL I That Clvde 1-Iersy; holder of Tax of Section One, Township Six T. FRAN"LASflB"I' ,
J :,' M. L. Watterson has regently Certificate No. 464. Issued the 3rd., South, Range Twenty-ona East Aa Special AI..I. "'"an",
Cutshaw of Greenville
ernoon. Rev. C. E.
.f :{ ; Criminals. been a visitor In Gainesville. I I{ day of AtisTust, A. D. 10.11 has filed thence North to the Northeast corner 'KNIGHT <& K \HIT
Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier were Tenn... now pastor of the Baptist -: same In mv office and has made of Section Two Township Six Attorneys for Plaint| ,
\ Albert Sullivan of Theressa, was f at conductedthe i application for .. tax deed to be I.. South Range Twenty-one East 4l7.2t5..l
SAFEGUARD FLORIDA visitors to Starke Church Lawtey I
: j\! i the guest of his mother, Mrs. J. P. Friday. I sued thereon. Said certificate amhraee thence West to the Northwest corner -
: Everett Futch spent the week- Bible Study at the Mission I the following described prop of Section Two Township Six ix TIIK WITH Sullivan, this week. Tuesday evening at the regular' erty In the Countv of Bradford State South. Range Twenty-one East. hula KOIII II ('01 VM tinniut) ,
j,, end here with his brotherinlawand of Florida. to-wit: thence South to the Southwest cor- IN TIIR MATT H OF THK: WMT: ]
sister Mr. and Mrs. Leslie hour. The attendance was sPlen.1 RI;, of SWi/ of NEV4 ex W S A. ner of Section Two. Township Six OP J. W. ANDRKWH. j ol|{ I TL. '_,,'
The $7,000.000 fortune of Johns did and the one <* W<4 of NE'4 of SEVi & NWWof South, Range Twenty-one East THE STATE OF FLO III rw' TO
I GRADY BURTON tlopklna, a Baltimore merchant, McClellan. message SK14' of 8..... 2 Township. 8 thence West. to the Northwest corner J. W. Andrew., Jr. W IIIU uth..
;. most spiritual to be given there'During : South nanare 23: East containIng of Section Ten Township Six Andrews a minor. n .1 1 Fn
/ \' ; (Pd Pol. Adv.) vaa divided between the university Mrs. R. S. Rosier and children the song service. and preceding 75 Acres, more or less. South, Range Twenty-one East rnndrum his guardlni" i t''it in A
.f".f"r I and hospital which bear his were visiting Mrs. Marlon Crewsa The assessment of the said. property thence South to Southwest corner draws, and to all ,"th' .
\ If" the message, the leader of under the said certificate Issued of Section Ten Township Six South, cernedYou -

'11{; X _ _ name. the State Farm Friday night. the Mission work was presented a was l'n'AMM In" the"Md'name:''' AA.of"Chas.'"__,''_R._.Oelslerredeemed ....". .._. I w.Range.. ..... ,w Twenty-ona."'."_._.....,....."... ."....East.._.._.._'r_ n_thence(_ ._...c. .b...' _pennon are.hereby nIl,. lit i t''". ,'ni,, 'u oatvuiii M
handsome Bible the I ; ; ;; ; .
by "Regulars"In ,
according to law, the lion Seventeen Township. Six South Court praying auth-.i, .
honor of his birthday anniversary prnpetty described. therein will he Range Twenty-one East thence Andrews, Jr.. ng nil, IT
sold to the highest" bidder at the Snuth to Southwest corner of section. the estate of J.V M 1i '
What Do You Need and In appreciation of his court-house door on the first Monday Seventeen, Township Six South, deceased to deed anti v

leadership and teaching.An In the month of June, 1936.which Range Twenty-one East thence East. simple the followltiK u .,i I) '
entitled "He Is the let day of June. 1936. lo the Northeast corner. of Section uate In Bradford Com r' iili,'
1 original poem Dated this 80th. day of April, 1936. Twenty, Township six South Range wit:
loves to tell the story" which was (OFFICIAL. BEAM Twenty-one East, thence South' to The i'il
: A. J. THOMAS Southwest of South.Half m' ''II I h; '
j'I written by one of the regular attendants Clerk of Circuit Courtof ty.eight. Section Twen t4W% of Section 21. i hlp
Township six
;':, In Printed Forms, Office Supplies, or Social Stationery? was read. This poem was 1-24-51-5-22 Bradford. County Florida. point Twenty-one of beginning East thence South.East Rang to following South. Range descilbfd 23. Kun: I II,' \IxtC?pt C i V

composed entirely of titles of i more or less. to-wit FT 'IK p"
; (Don't tell us you don't need ANYTHING !) hymns, and was dedicated to the !M tHTRIt SALE and EACH for the purpose. of levying I where the South Iliu "' <. I Inn,,,, :
collecting a district school tax Township 8, South Id..,iiti 1 i E"crosses
I :t tc leader.A NOTICE Is herebyriven' that Under for the exclusive use of public free the west edict "if ''tat' Rt
i duet "Neath The Old Olive and by virtue of a Final Decreeof schools within each such respective 13. tel. run North..rh 1111"1' S
Foreclosure made and rendered district; and Second who shall. be State Read 688' feei t" pill,
? LETTER HEADS RUBBER STAMPS AND PADS Trees" was sweetly sung by a by the Honorable H I. Selirlnir.. the school. trustees. of each said dls- beginning thence 'Vt'sterI'' II Fitangle. '

I mother and her duaghter.It Judge of the Circuit Court of the trlct. provided; b V In the event that to said Road 105 r..,. Ibor
8th Judicial Circuit of Florida. In It Is determined. said election to Northerly. parallel with ad, ...
For business purposes and social usage. You find new uses every day for rubber so happened that there were and for Bradford County. In Chan- so divide said Special Tax School 62'(,_ feet to South line ">r a i"',

% F Special attention given to work in two or stamps and the time you save will soon several visitors In town from Ten- cerv dated March 2nd 1936. In that District. Number 14 Into three special thence East along said .tr..! 1
certain cause therein tax school districts., feet ,
lately; pend- a. afore to the State Road aform
;. more colors. Your letter head should be a pay for them. Also best quality inking. nessee who attended the service, by tog between The Federal Farm said, then the three persona. recelv thence Southerly along nald n

. work of art-get from the scratchpad chance and enjoyed fellowship one :Mortgage Corporation. Plaintiff and .Ing the highest. vote within each 83 'I& feet to the nolnt it t hfirlnnK!>
pads. .. ..
away _
Della Thona.. Widow. et a I.. De.rendant. such nrnrwtMMfi jfl "' .hd" KA A. Also Lois t >Him* :
'- 1. 2. and 3, )
with another.
tk :; : variety. .. the undersigned. who was clar..d.-r-bnoC. trustees. ; of '; chv dls: In Temple' addition t t.'' hit Towl j
Arrangements are in the making therein. appointed a. H""clalI..ter! trlct: Third the number of mills ..t Stark. i In Section 2H, Townnhlll
I for a prominent Bible teacher in I In Chancery to execute the same district tax to be levied and collect South, Range 22 Eec) A In. 'ta \\i
i will on Monday the let day of June ed annually within each such. dls of the SWi/4. of the NJo \. ut( *I'f,1''I
I. : :. ADDING MACHINE RIBBONS the near future and you will want 1936. durIng the leiral" hours of sale trlct for the two succeeding years. Township 7, South. HunE'T I

ENVELOPES I to hear him, so watch for an before the Court House door In For the purpose. of holding said
Of Stark., Florida. sell to the highest election the following Inspectors and to Bank of Starke. a Pi'B. >4
course you knew we carried typewriter nouncements. and best. bidder for cash. the fol clerks are appointed: Ing" Corporation now In ,'"n..."i"'|

: Sure you can buy them already stamped ribbons, but what about the adding 1 lowing described. hinds situate. lying In the territory. designated a. the ship. In full settlement JOIlb' ftlon

from the Government but they will have machine ? We have them and WASHINGTON ANI JEFFKK- and l being In Bradford County. district formerly known as Vander and discharge of th- inlillil.
ri: too the pa Florida to-wit: 1 but: Sam Whltehead. L. I... Renf..o.. said estate for a stock JSMIWII

about as much personality and Individuper rolls upon which you add up to see SONON SOIL EROSIONThe and The H the'i of NEVi the Sf.of%the at the SW NW"I and K. T.. L.Crews I. Norman as Clerk.In as .Inspectors and of said. 100 estate% levied as and the assessed WflP'.' "vi 1''."",I'

ality as another striped suit at the State how much money you'd have if everyone. fight against soil erosion Is'' In Section 10. Township 7 South the shares. of capital stock ""t <01 I" 0-J,

! 1Ii Prison Farm. paid the bills you send them and you did nothing new. Even In colonial acres Range more 21 East:or. ,less. .containing 60 .district. formerly territory; known designated as as Hellbroni the.. of value Starke.of f 100 each. ,00. said -Mrr( '' "'

days erosion was recognized as a with the. I N. I). Green Tom Moore, and
n't have appurtenances. .
to pay the ones they send you. to he made Said sale fe- R. Starling a. Inspectors and Pete And you are herd) .",.",r'" ,
pursuant to said ?
menace and we are told by The Decree thi oU''
to satisfy the same. and costs. Reddish a* Clerk.In appear at the office nl t |
Progressive Farmer that George E. K. the territory Judge at the Bradford
PKRKYMAN designated
as the I
c ; ,; ? .. STATEMENTS As Special Master. ,district formerly known In Starke
Washington himself gave up growing 4-24 Chancery. R H. as Rising: A. M. o'clock, on Monday X', i
V SECOND SHEETS Crosby Emory; Lewis and \. D. 1936 y' J. *["''|
tobacco began planting clover George Cone as Inspectors and II. H andjr".nl
Some business! houses stopped sending Lewis defences to 'I In,1
and practicing rotations at NOTICE as Clerk.W. doc1'
these out during the depression but the No use to buy expensive when crop OF KLKCT1OV C. MANNING have: Should you fall ttiereliwill \'
papers Mount Vernon In order to check I By the power vested In them the as Chairman be entered In due sourw

'I. time has come when you can reasonably appearance doesn't count but if you do washing and gullies while In 1813 ford Board of Public Instruction of Brad. nf Public In.trllcUon.nf said Board said. petition. which. will,'bt cur!then County, there said
Florida presented to
hereby calls A. J.
; expect a fair return on your investment in need the best we can furnish watermarked Thomas Jefferson made the following an election tra b. held In New River as Secretary. GRIFFIS of said Board Order. ,

bond in all sizes-even that extra long legal statement about his farm In 'District No. 12 of Bradford County and as County Superintendent Witness mv hand ami, 1 ::0 '..I!
r a three cent stamp. We have a very special on May 13 at the .choolhotis" In of Public Instruction. said. Court, at Starke Florlite i "J
.; .d, size that you can never borrow from Albemarle County Va.-: said. district. for the purpose of electIng 4-17-61-5-15 15th, day of April A. D )1'3' .

'; : price on statements. your friends. Also that thin onion skin "Our county Is hilly and we have mlllage three to trustees he assessed and. for fixing the the E, K. pERttY5i.t! ,I.tOFFlClAL ,

: -1 for making copies. been In the habit of plowing in two years. ensuing XOTICK OF APPLICATIOV S wj

: straight rows whether up or downhill For the purpose of holding" said FOR TAX HERD I8rJ"t! Published on Aprl" "j
election the
following. were
; t ; CARDS In oblique lines or however as managers' : L. Kelly I appointed Jim (lIe..t. Bill No. 1111) 417ttl
.; Thomas, C. C. Butler and NOTICE IS HEREBY
they lead. and our soil! was all rapIdly K. A. Sapp GIVEN. -

: For business political and social uses. ODDS AND ENDS running Into the rivers. We cl..rk.ORrK4106t5 C. MANNI O. Cbm. Certificate That Albert No.Hartm.n 11V3, Issued holder the ot Tth Tax fVOTICK OF IIPF'I N 4 Lii\I. '
dS: : Either printed engraved or embossed. Rubber bands now plow horizontally. following A .7. Bec'y. 4RYoAUuutA.8ame In. _mv nrtlna.. .,.__: _P..."'SllJ'L1.. ? _d Notice Is hereby glv n' .iha. < i,: .
gem clips, all kinds of the riirvfttitr_ .. "" n. __ ....ue ana in accordance wun '"8'' "
n___ _! nf__ thll___! _hlll__.._ _Anti___ Hn.._. plication for .p .,.
:' Too many styles to name, but samples are %!ind rs. even ink in quart bottles, we can I lows on dead level however crook. %ori'rs: Of APPI.-K-ITIOV Jhoreon. Said a tax certificate deed to embraces be Issued final rendered decree by of Han.'or.A.,' ""Z!" \AdBnl(?| fl(; _

here for your inspection and all prices are save you money on all of these. There I ed the lines may be. Every furrow FOR T 'X nF.F.n the following County described property In Judge of the Circuit Conr Jj I
: must be other (enate nil! N... 111.1) of Bradford. Stat. of ford County' Florida In j"11"' (
4F reasonable things that escape us just thus acts as a reservoir to receive NOTICE IS HERRBY Q1VFN Florida to.wlt: that certain cause pendin' 1'.?.

now, but you can ask.LEGAL and retain the waters. all of ShVi.iA P' Stringer 1 holder of Tax Lots. t. Ii ot nlk U. Temples Court wherein The Federal
at No. ill. I Issued the 7th Addition to Starke in NE Mortgage Corporation l land In I pl.l.
1.t I which go to the benefit of the day I.orn A. D 1933. has filed NW part of WV'_ of %NE'w : of'/ William Edward 1'"J1I.o, <-

ftl growing plant Instead of running san my office and has made ap nt Ry A NE 'or of SEV4 of Oladys Prlngle' his wlf.. :arc ".
: WEDDING INVITATIONS off Into the streams." plication for a tax, deed to be issued NW'4. $.e. U. Township S South ants., case E)3, the und..r.lgn .
thereon. Said certificate em Range aa Ea... cia I Master. l>;y said decre' a I_
; V.. BLANKS --. :rerntht" following I described. prop. The assessment. or the saM propSt5Undr.the will sell to the highest bld'1'' "..,
The folder type in white or the new Iron rust County! :of Bradford, laid certificate I..u. cash In front of the Southdoor ,
be "
t Don't bum your I legal I blanks-buy them I may removed from State of FlorIda. to-wit: name of C. A. Futch. of the Bradford ('"unn! "" i
: i ivory color.I If you must economize i on this from us. We have white materials with sour milk. North-West. Quarter of SouthEast .m'tt'1' said l certificate shall be r.. house In Stark. Florid. dllrln'J.
everything you'll need Quarter except. 1 acre In according I law the legal hours of sale. on )Ion" ,;, <
item have line that looks like : : prop-
we a rrn d.
North-East Corner erty described'
&I engravwhether you're buying a cow or mortgag NOTI"f TO APP"J.'R and except 1 will. be sold, to 1st 1831. the following 'I'
ing feels like engraving but doesn cost It appeal-In* by; affidavit filed In acre for road Section 25. Town. the highest bldd..t. th. court- premises. situate In Brauir>t
: : home. ship 7 house
ing your Our blanks will do every that certain cause In the Circuit South. Range, it East. con door .n the first. Monday In Florida to-wit: ., r i
like engraving. thing but the circuit. In taining 38 acrea more or I..... the month of June, 1938. which Lots 4 and 13 In *"''iCe JJ
: pay mortgage. and Eif.tfodg-: : I t Florida The assessment of the said proper the 1st.. day of June. 1938. Township 6 South HffSff4Hast I
entitled Stanley _. Beldelman. Com ty under the said certificate Issued Dated. 11J.?' 3rd day at April 113. according to map > Ii>'
plainant. v .Kuth IIe Beldelman, wee In the name of Unknown. THOMAs, lawn .. recorded smon.s.' ,
.- fendant., and the relief Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Clerk. of Circuit Court public records of BradfG'j.
_ 1 : Get 29 On The Telephone Please James belnr divorce prayed Car according I law, the of Bradford In Book '
; la a reddrnt a of'a;,thai state the other Defendant than erty the described highest : rrn: will be sold prop. to (OFFICIAL SEAL) County Florida. and ty Florida Flats. I. .o '.,b'b''"

the Ktate of Florida to wit. SIS N. bidder at the courthouse 4-io-et-s-g with all h.r.diInte1t5"1' .,.
Main .tIlr..I. Bethlehem Pennsyl door on' the first Monday In members. ", .
vania and 1 th. month of June. 1836, Which, ii to paid prend' '
that >h I. over the ptirIennce. \ "
Bradford of tW.nty.on. y.ur.. and that ( ace 1 the ht day; of JUI1. 1936. 160T1e1.: OP APPI.I'ATIO'Y longing or In anywiseor '
County Telegraph I. no pemon In the Htate of Dated this 7th day ot AprIl "". FOR TAX n.ED appertaining

noon whom 'Ib..r.1 A. J. THOMAS. Bens*. Bill W.. lea O. U PATTEN: ,
I : c.i'r Clerk
bind eald .( "' :: of of Circuit Court NOTTI"'F JLa! HEREBT!: A. Special Master. l lKNIOHT In
IT is:& ORDERED; : that the I .10.lt-1 Nradford County, Florid.. 'that Od..m Denmark holder OIVEN' KNUIHT.Attorneys ( .
of Ta. Plaintiff.
Certificate: ; (). 136
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8, 1036 .. .. -- .- . -. BRADFORD COUNTY' TELEGRAPH': STARK_ FLORIDA Pt. F THREE iatarkte t' :A

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quirements prescribed In the col. (Vim) OF THINKS I Autos undergoing state mopec t 1 1i 1 i
lege catalogue In keeping with thecollege'e And the \Worst Program TonightAt l f
is Yet Comec.ll. .
to -- We take this method of thanking tlon In Pennsylvania are required '4//t'// 1
DegreesFveiyn policy Registrar S. R.
To Get Woman's ClubThe those who were so kind to us to have one wheel removed for I
Doyle announced. during the recent death of our dear brake-lining test ;ti ( '

Virginia Stump the commencement address will faculty trio of Florida State I brother and for the many beauti- '.-.--- 'P t n

III rnfrllH Long Miss Lois be delivered Monday May 23, by :College::: for Women will play tonight ful flowers. May Ood'a richest The thumb was considered 'ihc( t

!Lois'' -.Uss Alice Mae Mr'Prevail Dr. John J. Tigert president of ( Friday) at 8:30: o'clock at blessings rent on you all fashionable "ring finger" during

iDf and of Starke are the University of Florida. Dr. he Woman's Club as part of the The Renfroe Family the 15th and 16th centuries.

ru! 303 students of Florida !, John W. Philips pastor emeritus j \ local celebration of Music Week.In ----w--- -- -- f

ng tl1" of the First Baptist Church of Mobile \ --- Would Protect '
,iipet for Women who are the trio: Owen F Sellers cellist Flotilla Is tre largest producerof People'sRights
Ie and certifith Ala., will deliver the baccalaureate Miss' Mary Esther WInslow
for degrees cattle in the South
tldattS, thirty-first annual : sermon Sunday, May 24. CLY" 'i pianist; and Miss Augusta Murphy, and State AssetsSAMUEL '

'1 at rcement exercises :May 23- .- violin tat. I ,

Stump is expected to rethi CARD OF THANKS I The program: FOR

Miss e?rre of bachelor of We wish to thank our friends for Trio, Op. 9d minor Mendelssohn.

;' -uucatlon,' from the schoolVacation the kindness and sympathy shownus I Allegro I COLItt ENGLISHfor 11' s f ,

and Miss Long. Miss and for the beautiful floral offerings Andante i

ins .net from Miss the school,of two educa-year sent. during our recent bereavement : Scherzo Finale State I' ',1 a'' 'Il

rest Superintendent
C. A. Jones and family. Instrumental Trio 1\\ '
I of Public I" .
man, graduates will N. J. Moore Concerto No. 1 Giltcrmnnn instruction t .'1
r ,pet I I' ,
'ne.> 'Agrees only upon re.1 Mrs. J :M Capo I Allegro moderato i II "
'N. 1\\
'II' ear's work and Mrs. R D. George Cantllena I ; i

aenen I .' .nher graduation Mrs. C T. Sloan Allegro moderato \
-- ---- --- --
--- i Mr Sellers I I'I I'!II II I ,

Romance from Second Concerto \ ,,:

PERSONAL MESSAGE Vlenlawskl.Pantomlpe. l I
Falta lochanskt I'i
: -De ?

TO YOUR i ii dele Perpetual Miss Motion Murphy.Bohn. ;I : i e ;t : '1 "5.'

toe Claire de lune Debussy ,
W. CETZENCandida
i wa Fireworks Debussy P I
A. (LEX) GREEN two I Miss WInslow I : ; !. for a

years ago in announcing 1 STATE TREASURER'SIll

I' for Congress said: Norwegian Dance No. IV Grieg "We Need KNCJI.IMH In I his platform. Mr. Getzen

"My record Is an open I Instrumental Trio I Our Hclioolt" state, "As State Treasurer and a ,

book upon It :I stand ----.- -- -- A Native of Florida i. member of the various constitutional f .

There Is nothing hidden ands An elephant's trunk is strong Trained Experienced State Boards I shall strictly V : :

your examination of it isrr.rrv enough to lift a one-ton tree trunk, Capable, enforce laws for protection of 1'la

Invited. During the past 11 delicate I people and the assets of the State
yet enough to pull a single ,
paid fur tot lurk! MendalI
of Florida.
years as your Congressman J 'blade of to ,
; "'Nits +e.- grass. r'ontlrnl I Adv
I have done all within my __ I:1: I I .. .

t power to bring to you every

l ; possible from protection your and Federal assistance RENTAL SHELF Hughes Priestly., Lafayette Love Song a by Life;Rupert Wore --Political Announcements 11] ] 1i 1i"OJ'

s' & Government we have all been make Possibly made mistakes,mistakes because AT LIBRARYIS POPULARThe Power Agts by to Nathan You by Pltkin Modem Road American of- : :-

yl Prose by Van Doren Story of /
and probably no one Is
without fault. I shall beg Mankind by Van Loon Flamingo Moo "sI.' :\ anon ..i l'l:lII'Io''IoI"T' OK r<.11001 Kim .ftrnooi. lit \It It f
I am n candidate, for Mate' Rena-. I I I hereby nnnounff myself a ranflldutc 1
if "Rental Shelf" of Starke'sPublic Feather which is a Florida story, ,, 1 hereby announce. myself u candidate ,
satisfied however upon toi fop llradfcircl and Union Counties, For r".I..llnn to the offlrfff d
for 'Hchocil I hoard' I>l lrlre I No. 8 i'suhJect
examination of my record Library Is rapidly growingmore Forty-two Years in The White cnbjec tn the .IicMimcrntlc. 1'rlmary. SIiua i Intcndfnt' of Public InNtiiittlun : "r
to the 1St
1:: :: : : will of the voters of
\niir "' will Im ro'd la lly of HrHdfdlil, aub1
support np- i I'ounty. I '
The Traveller's
and by ,
House Library
Interesting helpful as Ihs ft.orl'all" ,
will careful runtime Primary, 1
you give consideration .
Ire latecl. and If elected 1 will justify < I to I the nlll of 1 the DvmiicrntUvotcrx / (
,l to each vote cast friends have loaned many new Maughan Naked on Roller Skates the confidence shown In tn*. In I the Pilmarv 11..II..n.; June June fair I HilmlMlHtrntlon I. IBHrt', If I elected: of the I priimlx duties: of H u, 1

and official acts which I books and the collection now consists by Bodenhelm So Red The Rose by ? W J. KPPEItHON: 9. Ymuote. and support", will lie t Ih,* office. Your vote end mippmtIn a

have performed place thee of twenty-four volumes. Stark Young The Sound Wagon KOIl 8.1'0.i apprnlatPdIteHprctfnlly" A J. aHlFVlSHI :! solicited. unit will h"l highly uppritclatcil -

t good on one side of the You will find there the April se- Wlnnie-The-Pooh, by Mllnej and I wish| 111 amintinc tn the ritlxenaof P.n.v.ruj"\'r; ; ; M<'11001..N Iti-Htmrtfullv.E. J. LEWIS: t Il
scales Itiailfoid and Union Ccuntleathat 1rI
and the errors on the
The House In Paris by Bowen. -
lection of the Book of the Month I am a Candidate. for, State Menatm I hereby announce myself n candidate I
other side of the scales and from the above. two Counties alib- roii *('num. no ,It It .s
for the offde nf
of books u""I'lnl..n.'t
Club also the February and April A few the larger are
vote for the side that weighs Ject to the liemncratlc, primary tu beheld of Pnlillc I i flat"' iiol I llnn I of 1 HiadfonlCounly I 1 hereby HiutminiK myself a <'nn.illclnt : '
heavier. I have no tear of the outcome of such ballot because I selections of the Literary Guild loaned for a week for your dimes. I June 2, 1918Aa : "Mllbjtict, to the. will of theotnia fur Hfi-llmi I MM meinhor of thu J 1 1school
) hoard from .
District One
Ifeel certain that you will find in my record more merit and perfection along with the 1935 Pulitzer Prize "As In the field of life's combat booty KepiDHentallve I have fought of for lll..tfordI the bestInterests ", "iiHdlon' In June the 2,niiicratlo IH1D I feel Primary that. my (compi,lalnur voting precincts one : ,'",. i

than demerit and Imperfection. story and Stribling's new book, knowledge and power are I "' of the. .People at all timesand "prttvlotiM yearn of teaihliia "iip,<*il- and] 'two), niihjni.t In the Hitton of r"t r I
J I this high office back to without stain or tarnish. The Sound Wagon, which all politicians In the fieldof I am asking, my People for lhlaformation el'e well iiuallfy, me to handle the voters Inlhe. T>""w..r"tI" Primary i i
bring you gained by reading so. aa t feel that I ..ant well ilutlea of the office. Your vole and. Jurm 1, IfftA If elected I prnmlHa In ,
Even my most severe critics have always admitted that I have will want to read. your own Intimate life by this 'iliiallflctd to fill the duties of this support will be appreclntpdItHHpttttfully t work for the hliMI Interests of nil

been honest and Industrious and that I have always been faithfulto This rental of same of reading are gained Important Otrt..... Help elect' m* I IIAIINUr:; K: McKAUKOII the KrhonlN In Bradford Pnuntv. '
three-day plan process d
your State' Senator and I will nerve Your vole and Inrltinuo npnrrrlutrrtll .
the Interest of the plain people and loyal to my esteemed obtaining new books was startedIn fullness of knowledge, variety of you aKKresHlvely, fearlessly", and to t 01''vrv\ Jt'i)(.ii ..npi>i-tfully. J. II MOORS. )
friends I trust that It may be your desire to continue me as of Ihs' bent of my ability and I assure To tile ptiofilH" of nradforil (Bounty u
and So Red interest multiplicity experience r
Tour Congressman for another term. My belief In the fundamental February one book you that your confidence In me will I T hetehv announie ana. candidate' loll 1'OI'N'rY'ONMIMNIIW"' ; NIt .
of The Rose is nearly ready to go on und amplitude and depth of emo not be misplaced; : .. for reelect. a* County Judge and f do hereby annmima myself acandidate
of and sincerity to serve {
principles my purpose to be alive? Respect fully submittedCJIAItLUY' : earnestly Hollclt the. support' and for re-election on June J' k
the free shelf where all books automatically tion. You find It a Joy ,
the plain people of our district shall never change. My sympathy E. JOHNS. vote. nf the voters ut the primary 2nd for founty r'nminlicalnner" from1'IstrIet
land effort for the laboring man and the underprivileged will be go when the price of You wish to be as Intensely as your election, In June I "1pl'orl..t. theHiippoit No. 3 Mouth Hlarke. I ama S'' 1 f I
of the book has been collected In mind and emotions permit? Then Foil 8"1'.1 .NKVATKI ynu gave me In 19.12:' and tax payer and will .at all) time ,
[forever paramount. My ardent belief In the true principles In offh been stand for the rights of the tax pay'I'
trust tenure has
Americanism and white supremacy grows stronger with age and rents thus forming an endless read much and of many things." for wish State. tn(Senator announce I'Yof.I"l.:: :\ .u.'h aa my to warrant your auppoit In era beat of eulil; district and,' county: In ''r '

( with a keener sense of the importance of same.In chain as the rental money Is usedIn Remember we have more than comprising/ IJradfcircl and Union the. coming primary: election. the er uent of for my an ability old aaa: pension t eland and toe 1
the weak and the I the free shelf. fountI", I have decided to com Respect| fully !I', ,. .
defending aiding helpless am happy. buying a new book. 1700 volumes on out of the Representative race and 'K K. I'KUHYMAN. hei e inimt be Fume pmvlHtnn madefur
gin honestly to the best of ability fellowman. I am select book to read the awed ones. Your vote and ,
serving my my Come in and a
enter the senate race at the requ.stof
On this shelf will find Anthony will' he t .
ontent. I am the same man you voted for 12 years ago. My faith you over the weekend.Mrs. many frlenda. Foil ('01 MTV; Jl'IX.KI support granny; !ttlOMAH.'appreciated.MAMjQllY :
Adverse A of the candidacyfor
hereby announce
Daughter ,
M. J SAF'F my
gin you my friends, Is founded upon the strong rock of hope and H. H. Young t h* offli of County Judge of
Samurai The Harvester Will Rogers .
Moll roiTvrv "'OMH15N10V1:11:
ontldence.( llrndford I County to the will I
Librarian. FOIL 1tF..t.\ITATnil'" '
End of the Chapter by Gals if (he l Iemorratto:: I Klectora In theprimary 1 hereby annoiinc myself a can '
To the Voters of Bradford County; for re-election ,
dldat an county com ?
FLORIDA'S ONLY CHAIRMANSHIP election. on June' 2, 11)1(1.( Ifelected c tullssiner
Edna His Wife Barnes .
worthy by 1 hereby announce myself a candidate to this. Important office Iplndire from District Five subject ..
Congressman Green is chairman of the Territories Committee The Folks by Ruth Suckow Vein The mushroom Is very sensitiveto for representative: to th* Iwe rIslaltira the people of this County a to action of the voters .Iri the Democratic J ,
from Bradford County, subject
Primary, June 9, 1014 I ai>-
of r the and Is the of Iron Golden changes of temperatures and to fair and Impartial. ndinlnlutration of i'dg ,
House of Representatives only Chairmanship by Gaagow Lady to the action of the votora at jiiHtlie Your vole and ai'live support pleclate your support In the pat +
field by the five Congressman of Florida This Important assignment by Gardiner Good Companions by moisture. the. Democratic Primary to he held. will be greatly appreciated and will appreciate your continued, r of
June. 2, 1B30". Your vote and .
.. aup-! support And vole s
enables him to prevent legislation detrimental to the Ilnc..r..ly.'r. :
( will oa .| | reriaten and 1 nnanrnyou FlUNK LANDIIUM IloN|ctfully, II T. O8TEEN1. ; 9
people of Florida. The Democratic Party recognized his valuable that your confidence In me will .
--- -- -- -
FOR YOUR not he misplaced.lleHpectfully. KOIl COI'NTY I'IMMIN5IOVEIl. 011 It ItI
pnd able services and this award was made for his merit and FOIL HIIKHIKKTit
'''ervlce KINGSLEY LAKE PARTIES FRED IIAZEN. the voter of Itraclford County hereby annoiinc myself a candidate .
to the people of his state and nation. _. I hereby announce' myself .a candidate for county commissioner from ) r rDlelrlet
FOIL IIKPIUONMtrrAlIVHI for the office. of "'sheriff and If Three (cuiiiprlnlnir' South t /
RIVERS AND HARBORS COMMITTEE SPECIAL PRICE wish to represent the : nominated and .elected I promln a Hlarke) subject tn action of the vot
Bradford County In the mat. ipegle-I i'l"an. ptoKieHxIve, honoHt, Impartialand era In the Democratic Primary, June ,, b
Congressman Green Is a member of the powerful committee lature and announce my candidacyfor fearless", ndmlniMtratlon and enfcircement g, lft.10 Will appreciate your vote 'p
B ran Rivers and Harbors which means much to Florida with its CASE Lots that office.. subject. to the JJemocratla of the lAW. On thla declaration and "aupportIteepettfully' ,: r(' ,
[{thirteen hundred miles of coast line. The assignment on this On BEER in Primary June 2, 11I34If\ I aotlclt your atipport and LESTER K1TM.'
elated. I will try to benefit my ,
committee vote In the coming prlmarl,
has proven the key to legislation beneficial to the ALSOSANDWICHES county and atnte. A 0 ANDHUU: FOIL 4OIM1V ('O".H.O"
Florida Canal. He Is at the top of this committee and an advancement A A. DUHDEN live. "Oncar" your, vote and you I hereby announce myaelf. a can- S,
to its Chairmanship is not an idle dream. Florida lost will never have cause to regret It. dldate, for county commleNloner"' of 1 l
Foil DlHtrlct" No One t.awtey) nubjett
jtieavlly\ In the defeat of Congressman Sparkman about thirty I I respectfully. announce my candl to the primary election: be heIdlune p
years ago who held an assignment on this committee. Let us not lacy for Representative from llrad- Meld MIIKIIIPFT 2nd, 10:15.), If will CHibame | > r 91
AND OTHER REFRESHMENTS ; hereby annoiinc myself a candlilitle to the bent interest
make the ford County subject to the will. of my duty
mistake second time.
a PREPARED TO TAKE OUT the Democratic voter In the Primary for the office of Sheriff of of the fountv. Your vote and auppuit ,
ASSISTANT i Election June t, 19'HH If elected Miadford County anlijei to the will will bo very much IIp'r'It..d., 1
DEMOCRATIC WHIP I will eminently, faithfully andfoailesslv of the vot.... at the coining' Datnoolatln __ JOIN) O CL.1SMON.S.!

Eight of the eleven years served by Congressman Green has I THE SPOTLIGHTTbii to help' ,the clu majority everything nf: ;the that clllaena I ran Fun.* 2nd Prlnniiy IHIfl liectloii Your' vote to and he support hold FOil "i\rv <'o""I.rO'\I'Jl. ", ; : '( '

been under Republican rule. The Democrats coming into power of Hrndford County and the will. be greatly. appreciatedJleepect .. I hereby annfiiini myself a ran. ,I
three years ago places him in a stragetlc position to render great I of Klorlda. I nm for the fnllv. dldalf. for county ciimmlfialonpr. from 'I ,
and will I"t"t"l .MIM.ISR L. JOHNS. I Dlntrlil. 11'1 v. Hiihjvi"' to action
Iind valuable Plan 100 per cent "" "" liy ,
service Florida and the nation. The
to n
i omprumltte.. Ihs vitera In the f lemac ratio/ Prl
Party has honored Congressman Green through Speaker Joseph3yrns' 71: .i I C C. BUTLER.POIl .. Foil HIII.IIIPKI : mary .tune 2, 191: I will appreciate i 'i ,
h..y announi ruvnelf aa candidate your vote and active mipport and t
re-appointing him as the assistant Democratic whip. He exclusive Con- ,
Super TIC lOI.LKtTOIl for the office of tttlerlff of ,promlH' to exert my but efforts In r
Bm.oys the respect esteem and confidence of his fellow Congressmen denier Top meant efficient I hereby announce my candidacyto Itrndfoid. County, aiibject I.i the. action illv,'hHrtrlnu-* duties I nt this Important y
I or I th* Democratic Party or t h evotera office t
arid economical operation.SUPERFEX IJ succeed myself. .a.. Tax Collecicuof nt the primary of Jun. bid T. t>. OVAL
ANSWERS ROLL CALLS IlriuUord county, subject to, theUemorratle I 1'Iln.: If I am elected Mhi-rlff ofnradford :+ I'I
primary to he held on
County I will render the 1"0" <'111rY'I'Y' '' C''II'H''lo' r'n: ( F
June 2. 1I38.! I have tried to render : : :
ongreasman missed I faithful and ; .
Green until three years ago never a moat e *r- I in hereby ann< unr* myself a* a a'
|roll' 'all An enviable record kept and maintained for eight you service faithful daring. honest my second and efficient term of v h'", of whir. Inn' capilli'e' I will randldrit. for the office of (',,,iinty ''d
not he (the sheriff for particulararronp : a
("*!leclJtive years to be broken by sickness! when confined to sick- office aa your Tax (Collector I earnestly or faction of the any people, lint C'ommlHnlonxr:North Sharks, nf for Bradford Iilntrlrt('ounl Two)', s'' lt 1 ,

"he hospital. He considers It his duty to look after the elected solicit again your I "shall, continue, and to If I will he the ehei'Iff for' nil' of the subject to the voter nf the Di-mn. r i

,unncas of the people! as their Congressman. render you the same "service, aa I people, and will not' play favoritism franc: Primary' Juno the tnd, KM6.\ "
In the performnni? i>f my d"tl..a I pledge. myself and ray Hacrnd 1 honor. UI t"
have In the
SENIORITY IMPORTANT 1JC& tCAJtL A. KNIGHT: I tae peel fully fiiilimltted.NKI.HON If elected l that t will dlNf-hanr 'p
: T. (4IlIm>;:'oI. my whole duty' In looking to the
It II people elect a man with fair ability Industrious honest / 1I best the county a* a.
enprjt.tk( sober and courageous and keep him there such a man FOil TtY <'OI.I.K.rTOHI I 1011 IIKIIK: ( ..U.III- ('OllirTo whole I .n .i."i: ( guard well: the tagpayers
the People of Mradfoid County
''ill respectfully. announce myself asnddate | of the County. I will have nn
''lmlve gradually rise to a high position and influence in the national /,1, for the. office of Tax Col- I : Sincerely Crusting. that .I' may favorites or pats, but will contend ,
,. >f Representative A new Congressman must begin at the I I le"tor, subject to the .action of the ba permitted. to < nntlnlii> ti serveyou for iiilty| and malice to all aa I
I'oot'' of the class and It takes labor, tact, ., Democratic voter at the primary of .a* your clerk of the ulicultirMirf iind i'Ntand It to the l best. of my ;
spell up. years energy I
Jun. 2. mill I feel that I am In every announce my rnndi.1acr for knowledge, .and nhlllty, Youi vole +,
1"uragt, and Initiative to attain the high standing now held and way riiinllflecl, tf give the duties thlx office; eubject to the next Dem- and support will he appreclati-d' 1 I; + J i
i flIoye" by Congressman Green. The leaders of each session of f of the office efficient. and compeservice ociatlc primary I appreciate the ALEX I. IIA IONFs I ;

I.Congress;",r. are the one who have been elected and kept there for tent faithful. disc-hunt-. Pledfflnir. of the.a duties full and of Klndneica.by all .of and our confidence people, anil. shown In return m* T. '!.!.. Vole.* ntf (.MmmlHMloorr'ellUtrlrt ) }t

Trihn Randolph was kept In Congress 30 years: Cannon I the office to the best of my ability, I have rendered. and for no lung aaI Wvinkor. :3l f !,
was sent there for 40 years; Joseph W Byres Is serving his 25th 1 1I 1 solicit and will appreciate your I hold. office will continue to render I hereby announce myself a <-andldat t
\rear I every service xnd"courtesy In myI'ow..r. for r-l<>i Leader support In the coming primary.Respectfully County ( ,
I Mann 1" serving his 23rd year. Mr. Kitchen Is servluf : CAUL. JOIIVH. Your assistance will be appredated. : for nixtrlct Number 2, I
hli I9th year; Gillette and Cooper each 26 years; Reed. Ding- A,, J. THOMAH .u hj..r-t to the action. of Democratic .y
er and! :. Poll .*( ....u.. Itt' (Itt voter In the
i Millican each about 23 years; John Garner of Texas 28 i FOK TAX A5SFiJ5Oni ,, primary to b* held ''
"rat. hereby announce myself a can Juno 2nd. 1834. If elected I 1
irh. Former Speaker the late Henry T Rainey, served 30 years. hereby announce myself. A can didate for re-election' as. member otiII..bo..1 to render the bent service of which:: t
the office of Assessor of
side late.T. Champ Clark of Missouri 26 years It is nationally coned Taxes of ttradford County, subjectto Hoard. District No 3 subjectt I I am. lapahle, thankingthe. voter '
the will of ,
hat voters aald for pane" support and soliciting their
those districts' retaining their representatives in Con- the will of the voter at the cornIng
District on June 2 1915 l Your .
( .
Ores voc.1 vot and support 'In the coming election '
the longest terms have received the best service and the Democratic Primary. Election to and willI be i ?
AND IT ISI 1 VTHE support greatly 1 am t ,
peateat has been called "MIRACLE" refrigerator be held 'In June Your vote. .and support elated. t(
recognition. very truly.
appreciatedrespectfully la solicited. and will b. ffrestly n..rtfun"L. I Y'i'.r'L: CONNER.roK :

LOYAL TO THE PRESIDENT AND TilE cube -make delicious frozen Crwa
of Sajxrfexi '
simplicity '
E. W. ]layer.. Foil "''f ........ .
PARTY ...nia.. All you do i* dciMit Superfcx bring you I no tint I hereby announce myself' a tandldat -
hereby announce my randldacy for 'ounty t'ommlimloner
: ,
cnRreB9man Green has not only been loyal to our light the burner You doo'e eredr.re&igendoglniasmosteven FOIl TAX AN 'ROll for election as a member of the District No r. North Rtarke. I real- /li
President power T respectfully announce my candidacy School Hoard from District. No. 2leoinprlsjnv Ixe the Importance of this office and r
Franklin economical form.
> D. Roosevelt but the Party when In them off.They ,
and out have to turn for Tax. Assessor of Bradford Mouth Otarke and Theressa .. promise an economical business act
II ot Power. This election year calls for a united party loyeuJn go out automatically in No matter what type of kitchen County subject to the will of "' ). and If elected will civ the inlnlntratlon of name. I respectfully.
rata. end 1 a solid to the special interests the Democratic* voter In the corn- duties of the riffle my very b..t solicit your vote and support
g to oppose about two hour. And one li.bcyou may have or how it may bo Inc primary. election. Jun. 2. 1 have attention Your vote and support W. M.1 KtWAHL. t
b overthrow him and its policies. We must not fall him. for been ,
His thirty-one years a taxpayer solicited and will tie appreeiatecl..
la1 *|lea must be ours. The welfare of 120 million people is at log of the burner gives you decorated you'll find that the of Bradford County. and If It D. MATT MOIL COI-JTY ('OMHIeetOVFII' : J

thee'h' The memorable words of his Inaugural address are still on ewea.our hours or more of new Superfex ]just teem to belong .elected Tax Assessor., I Kuarante t take thin method of announcing,

e la e&rts of the people: "In every dark hour of our national life refrigeration. Yon can keep in it. Telephone or write all the- favors.and courtesies Information. that. accomodatlon can hegiven ikeo. .er..* ef .arkool n.>ard. .- office my candidacy of County for re-election oinnilanluner for the of

I'' ader.hlp of frankness and vigor has met with that understand- meat hash for day*- ". trip for free demonitration ia yourto I through, that e-rlous office." conalderatlnn 1 willappreciate I hereby trlefo.announce I o t flradfor myself, ; toMtrl a can I District No. I, Subject to the will t

>o.!, suppose of the people themselves which Is essential to ito tb. spring house of ceU.OWD home. And ask bout 0111'6.n. vot. and your asslntanceII. dlclat for re-elee nf School Hoard 1 J
for District"
leM .Liam convinced that will again give that support F (Itob) DEMOREST
you Your will he /
support -latod.
of ic. plus. appre
a plentiful iupply easy payment :No 1 subject to the action of the : 't
Ion J. Jr P ta these critical days. In such a spirit on my part and Democratic primary Jun. 2, 113. If and If re-elected I will, continue todlathara r
'TI' we face our common difficulties. They concern thank A. B. CLARKLAKE Foil TAX Aye E550n elected. 1 promts a fair and Impartial .- the duties of the office to {
nJy material I hereby announce myself a candidate administration of the dutl.. of the I beat of my ability
thing. CITY, FLOUID\ for the office of Tax. Assessor the office. Your vote and support J. M. ROSIER t

HE No. 1, EllUvllle of Bradford County, subject to the la. solicited and will b* highly ap (
HAS BEEN ABLE AND FAITHFUL. Telephone A will of the voter af the comlnirDemocratic predated
I R. F. D. ;>o. S primary election to h* n..p t The hammerhead oyster a curious I }
: held. June 2. In asking for thl f>f- :J. C. I1.YRIJV: TT. relative of the pearl oyster
R. a.I.I, Q./J.bj fir. will say that I am thoroughly
A. "Lex" GREEN familiar with the duties thereof and FINN .< 11001.I 1I0A..n found In the Indian ocean gets Its
promise If .elected to discharge. tb.dutl. hereby announr myself a can name from Its
11IE OIL BURNING .* of said office 'In an efficient didate for. re-election a. member ut i'.f,
S U P E RFEX and courteous. manner I deeply appreciate School Hoard for district No. 2 of |
WILL BE RE-ELECTED!: TO CONGRESS. REFRIGERATORA th* support given m* four Hrtdfe-cl. County., aukject to the ac The word "sarcasm"
(Paid year ago, and. again solicit, your lion of the Democratic voter on Is derived
| lfor By Friend of Lex Green) careful consideration and support In June 2, 19J0 from the Greek word "sarasmos,** ,

PRODUCT 09 fHHCTIOM tTOVI COMPANY the coming Respectfully primary. yours preciated.Your vot and support Respectfully.. will b* ap which means "a biting of the I

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jlj '; PAGE FOUR __ -._'- -.-. -- ---home of Mr. conducted, after which the hostesses Ing refreshments tt, -
!'i __. __. At day afternoon at the 111 "'-'
,. ." Mrs. Beasley and Mrs. Kincaid Miss Middleton Honoree and Mra. L. H. Hill. served refreshments to the.six one members present. IUrlngt::;
i Hostesses at Breakfast-Bridge Party Given By Miss Canova A profusion of Dorothy Perkins teen members present. The June social hour. It was <
o '
'i ,< roses were used in the various meeting will be held at the home the Circle would be enterIn
Honoring Miss Middleton Miss Mary Canova was hostess next month
V' at her rooms which were thrown ensulte. of Mrs. H. L. Brownlee with Mrs. by Mrs H i r 1-1"-11" Jt
I ; 4 ocietvAL O L. Beasley and Mrs at a bridge party given Powell, the president,
f S Mrs. home Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. L. G. O. H. Bennett, co-hOllten homeMorrlmHierr -it ttth
# Jeanette Kincaid were joint boa- conducted the meeting and Mrs.W.
: ,. which Misa Hazel Middleton May The Young Matron's Circle was man apartment kLadies' .
teases at a lovely breakfast-bridge, bride-elect, was the honoree. G. Halle acted as secretarypro entertained by Mrs. Paul E. Cano- .
} ; ./:, at the home of the former, Wednes- of seasonal cut flow tem. Among other business a va Jr., with Mrs. One Wiggins Uhostess. .-'- .
day morning beginning at 10 Quantities heard from the Second Auxiliary Notic
report Monday night, at the
L Mrs. Brown Compliments W. M. S. Circles o'clock, the occasion being in honor era beautifully arranged decorative In bowls Brigade Convention at Lake City home- of the former. A very inter I The Ladles' Auxiliary ,
formed the 0
'! :Miss Middleton Met Monday of Miss Hazel Middleton entertained, who witha Is motif and vases for the occasion. this report being made by Mrs. L. eating meeting was held. There Presbyterian Church wiu JJ|

,d'' ;s[' With Bridge PartyCompUnentlng Circle number one of the Worn.an's being series delightfully of lovely parties. High score for bridge was held, A. Davis at the, who convention.was presiding Mrs E.offi-K. were brief talks given by Mrs. H. Tuesday o'clock, at evening the May 12 tt,' '
Society of the cer T. Hall Jr., Mrs.C. A. Knight, and home of M{,
Missionary Breakfast served in the dinIng H.-C. who was "*
Miss Hazel Mid' afternoon was by Rltch Perryman gave a report of the also the Rev. Price. Mrs. Knight Mrs. John Uglow.
met Monday
Methodist Church room from a long table, which awarded a lovely' gift. Consolation
dleton, whose marriage to EugeneL. the home of Mr and T. unveiling of the Alfred H. Colquit reported on the Jacksonville Divisional Mrs. E. M. Davis will
at Mrs.
was laid with a handsome Imported prize was received: by lead
be event of at Olustee. lilt
Matthews will an monument of the W M. U., devotional,
Smith, meeting and
Smith with Mrs. i K
Mrs. W. P. cover and centered with a low F. Landrum, holder of low score. o 0n
May 22, Mrs. H. C. Brown was the social period a groupof which held in Newberry, April will review
S Mrs. Charley E5. Johns and Mrs. L. bowl containing larkspur, ragged Miss Middleton received a beautiful During was can the book "'Wo .!
hostess at a. lovely bridge party co-hostesses. The of daintily dressed little girls play- 10, at which Mrs. F. Y. O. kind of Under the Southern Crow '
1 F. Smith as robin, and sweet peas In shade of piece of lingerie as a memento
at her home on East Call guests were seated on the broad pink. Candle holders in the form the occasion. ed beautiful plano electiOlls. The China, was present. Mrs. Canova Margaret Ross Miller The Bible!
; last Thursday evening. screened porch amid a bower of of pink roses held burning pink Mlsa Canova, assisted by Mrs. group was composed of Lou Edwards and Mrs. Wiggins served appetlz- quiz Includes questions 536-751.{
and other seasonal Ernestine :Moore, Easley I
", Roses sweetpeas potted and cut flowers. tapers. Placecards were in a bridal Glen Wood, served a tempting Ice --
i flowers were attractively and Clara Mae Harley
cut Shuford
'S The devotional subject was "The design. On the sun porch aa course:: to those Invited to be with
;, arranged in the room where Least of These" and Mrs. Hogan abundance of cut flowers In baskets Miss Middleton. I The hostesses served a delicious
three tables were placed for bridge.At Smith read Matt. 25:31-46.: The and vases formed a lovely Playing bridge with the honoree, sweet course, the favor on each F L 0 W E R S
+ the conclusion of the progressions plate being a bunch of pansies.
topic was "The religious emphasis setting for bridge. were: Mrs. George E. Manassa,
( ,, high prize, a double deck of the Wesley House" the subject Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, holder of high Mrs. H. C. Brown, Mrs. Frank Car- The next meeting of the Chap- I FORMOTHER'S
cards was awarded to Miss receivedby Mary being presented by Mrs. J. W. score In bridge was awarded a penter, Mrs H. B. McLendon Mrs. ter will be on June 3rd, at which
Canova. Cut prize was Miss Mid- White Mrs. W. P. Smith, Mrs. W. prize. Miss Middleton was present.ed H. C. Rltch, Mrs. R. G. Kidd, Mrs time there will be a spend the day t DAySUNDAY
Mrs. H. A. Durden. Mrs. Charley E. T. F. Miss Madge Mid party at Kingsley Lake at the
!E. Middleton, a beautiful pair of pillow cases Landrum II I
i ,f dleton wee the recipient which of a lovely Johns, Mrs. A. Wood and Mrs. Sam of Italian cut work, a gift from the dleton, Miss Mlna Manassa, and Peek place. Hostesses: Mrs. F. H. MAY 10
pair of pillow cases were Anderson. I hostesses. Miss Luclle Mitchell. Long Mrs. J. H. Rltch and Mrs. I Attractive Arrangements
Mrs. Brown as
to her by
i presented memento of the occasion. Miss Olive Ray read the treasur- Invited were: The honoree Mrs. Tea guests were Mrs. W. E. Mid- E. K. Ferryman. Committee on And Prices
1 a er's report, which stated that the I W. E. Middleton, Mrs. E. S. Mat- dleton and Mrs. E. S. Matthews. arrangements: Mrs. J. M. Brown-
{ The hostess, assisted vy Mrs. H. finance committee for the second thews, Mrs. H. B. McLendon, Mrs. .. lee, Mrs. W. G. Halle and Mrs. L. & MRS. L. G. POWELL

i I' A. Durden, Mrs. Glen Wood,salad and quarter had raised $6300 for the i lb. P Carpenter, Mrs. T. T. Long, Miss Middleton Honored H Hill. I PJlONE 123. STARKE, FLA.
Mite Hilda Durden, served a Sunday school rooms, this committee R. F. Demorest, Mrs. H. C. Present at this meeting were: t _
C course to the guests Invited to be being composed of Mrs. Carrie Bitch, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, and Miss By Bridge Club Mrs. J. H. Rltch Mrs. J. E. Wil- K, .tll.Iilmifllii"'IUlilllliililll"mliilillillimWlliaNmalil:: "' { : :' VIII'::'IIOIIIIVIIIiIIUIhINIVIJiIIIIIVIIIIli11161VIII: : :IINIIUIIIIhI::,:"', ," +

5'l l with Miss Middleton, they were: Bitch, Mrs. Sam Anderson, Mrs.- Madge Middleton. The members of the Two Table I son, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. L. A.
Miss Ruth Sternberg Miss Madge Charley E. Johns and Mrs. Hogan Bridge Club enjoyed a spend-the- Davis, Mrs. Hal Edwards, Mrs.
Middleton Miss Mina Manaswa. Smith.At Miss Middleton HonoredAt day party at the Kingsley Lake Charles Dinkins, Mrs. L. H. Hill
', Miss Mary Canova, Miss Leila Dea of the meeting the home of Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- Mrs. W. E. Torode Mrs. G. W OCTAGON SOAPS
the close LuncheonOne
$ Andrews Miss Hazel Adklns, served ice course with klns, last Thursday, at which they Brown, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mrs.
i i Annie Mae Pearce, Miss Lucile hostesses an of the loveliest In the seriesof honored Miss Hazel Middleton, W. L. Wall, Miss Etta Tison, Mrs.
Mitchell, Mrs. H. B. McLendon, wafers. Mrs. O W. Roberts OR POWDER
Mrs. W. 'B. Parks entertained, delightful parties planned in May brideelect.The Effie Miner "
and Mrs.
I t, Mrs. H. M. M. Brownlee, Mrs t-- G.
circle number two at her home on honor of Miss Hazel Middleton, club members participatedin Mrs. J.
George E. Manassa.. N. Walnut Street, the living room' was the luncheon given by Mrs.: swimming and playing bridge', Powell, Mrs. W. G. Halle, Mrs. O. 5 For lOc
made more attractive with N. D. Wainwright Jr., at the Carl- during the day. At noon when the L. Beasley, and Miss Olive Ray.
The birth rate of Great Britain being
bowls of Easter lilies combined Ing Grill\ located In the Carling lunch boxes were being unpacked, ts5AaL WALDORF TOILETTISSUE
in 1934 for the first time large sso
went up with colorful spring flowers.. Hotel In Jacksonville, Tuesday. Miss Middleton found in one of the W. M. U. Circles

in-fourteen years. Mrs... "_" n H. Long, circle leader, Luncheon wan served at a long boxes a beautiful assortment of Met MondayCircle 6 f for 25c I
presided over a business session table at which the guests were handkerchiefs a gift from the club WHEREEfONOMY RIMES ,
and at this time Mrs. J. H. Rltch. seated and was centered with an members. Number One of the Wom-
+ r chairman of finance, reported $26 artistic arrangement of gladioli. Present were: Miss Middleton, an's Missionary Union of the Bap- FANCY
RITZ THEATRE was made at the last food sale and Miss Middleton was presented a Tilrs. George E. Manassa, Miss tist Church was entertained Mon- PINEAPPLE 2 For 25c
lace Mlna Miss Hazel Adkins, afternoon at the home of Mrs.
S $7 was contributed by individuals lovely handkerchief a gift Manassa. day
4i 5c
( STARK five dollars of this amount was from the hostess as a remem- Miss Mary Canova Miss Lucile George B. Flynn. Mrs. L. G. Pow- GRAPEFRUIT Each

"' given by F. A. Philips, of Tallahassee brance of this charming party. Mitchell Miss Ruth Sternberg, and.. ell, leader, conducted the devotional. I''
i I PROGRAMBKOINNTNQ who formerly lived here. The Invited to be with the honoree Miss Annie Mae Pearce. At the close of the business session -
d' FRIDAY finance committee is composed of and Mrs. Wainwrlght were: Mrs. .-- Mrs. Flynn served delicious II
TIIURS-FRI. MAY ,..8i"i Mrs J. H. Bitch, Mrs. A. F. Sauls, Sam Anderson, Mrs. W. H. Hart, U. D. C. Chapter refreshments to the members pres- BEETS Per
Mrs. L. C. Ray and Mrs. Nelson. Mrs. George E. Manassa, Mrs. H. Entertained At LawteyMrs. ent.Circle SWEET POTATOES 10 Lbs. 25c
; ,:;;'S, "Preview Murder Green. M. Richard State Farm, Mrs. W. Number Two met at the
t\0<:, In the worship period Mrs. L. C. M. Wainwright Jacksonville, Miss L. H. Hill, Mrs George W. Pastorlum with Mrs. C. B. Price BEANS 4 Pounds 25c
; Mystery"Reginald conducted the service, the Mina. Manassa. Miss Mary Canova, Roberts and Mrs. Charles Dinkins and Mrs. B. M. Fussell as hostesses. FANCY
,I I'' Denny! Ray scripture reading being given by Miss Madge Middleton, Miss Lu- were associate hostesses to the W. The devotional was led by the LEMONS Dozen 18c

Frances DrakeSATURDAY Mrs. W. A. Bessant, Jr. The workof cUe Mitchell, and Miss Elise Jones? T. Weeks Chapter, United Daughters leader, Mrs W. B. Alexander. The
Gainesville of the Confederacy Wednes regular routine of buslnesa was
I was discussed by Mrs. J. H. Rltch

"Lone Avenger" and Mrs. F. H. Long. j SUGAR 5 Lbs.IONA 24c

During the social period the hostess -
1)) I t > Maynard assisted by Mrs. C. H. Na RIPE 4 LBS. GREEN'SSTORE -'----- ---------- -

: j j 8UN.-MON., MAY 10-11 worthy and Mrs. Guy B. Parks,

t,\ i''i". "COLLEEN"Ruby served a tempting. sweet course. : BANANAS 15c PILLSBURY BEST j jt TOMATOES 4 for 25c

f 1,11''I' Heeler Woman's Club Will -, -
R Dick Powell t FLOUR 24 lbs 1.03 j
:. ':;j Meet WednesdayThe PEANUT ,QT. JAR WHITE IIOUSE or DAISY
Joan itlondell

:I tl:4 1 n.I I''',!!'i\,e, Jack!: .,OakleTUES.WED. MAY 113I Wednesday hold its Woman's regular May Club monthly 13.of Starke meeting will :' BUTTER 22c CASH CARRY : MILK 3 Tall cans 19c|

,I / "Snowed Under"Oeo. will be in charge of HAMPTON SODA or

{1 i ., Brent the The Beautification program Department, of $50 F R E E To Be Given Away Each atur$50 F R E 17' j I GRAHAMCRACKERS TUB or PRINT

Patricia Ellin which Mrs. C. A. Knight is the ;.day-Ask For t

I Glenda FarrellGenevleve chairman. I BUTTERLb.
: Hostesses: Mesdames N. D. 4 LB. CARTON GOLD MEDAL ,

S.S, : TI1URS.-FIU."DESIRE, MAY 14-13 Wainwright H.Sr.,Young R. F.,Demorest Ralph, Jr., N.D.Cox, B.Wainwright Misses Jacobs Ros-, H., II JEWEL LARD' 49c MILK 3 tall 19c : Lb. Box__ __ lOc 35c

1 Marlene Dietrich alind Jacobs, Rubye LJlley. MEDIUM

',y Gary Cooper'> CHUCK STEAK, Lb. __15c PRINCE ALBERT, Can lOcPICKLES
Woodman Circle NoticeThe j GRITS 10 Lbs. 26c
{ TUESDAY tt WEDNESDAY Woodman Circle will hold, -
Kr ., ... ... ,. Its regular meeting Tuesday: : 24-oz. 15c :
0 .. . May 12 at the hall. Joe BOX MEAL 10 Lbs. 20c

I ASPIRIN Box ______ ___3c, HI PLANE 2 cans ___ 15c --- -_-
I SALT 3 Boxes tOe

: eautifulLADIES' NUCOA Per Pound 19<=


1 OF : CATSUP 14-oz. lOc MACARONI or SPAGHETTI, 3 pkgs lOc


LEMONS, Doz. ________ _15c SOAP 3 Big Bars tOe '

LADIES'DRESSES BREAD, 3 Loaves ______ .25 c NOXON CLEANER Bottle 1ge '

44; .,,, COCOA lb. Can 15c CERTO 25c

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1 PURE COFFEE, Ib ____ 12/2c : PKO.

SandalsIN MATCHES 3 Pkgs. ___ lOc 6 Lbs. _, ____23c 24 Lbs. 75c

.' s RICE 5 Lbs. 23c LARGE 12 Lbs. ___ 39c 48 Lbs. $1.45ANN

Pound Jar .__,----_____ 19c< 2 Pound Jar -
Z ; ColorsAND TOMATOES, 4 Cans 25c I
100 lb.
,, r 1.95 1 bag ___ 1.65 S For _-________..?___ 25c CAKE FLOCK Pkg.

98c SALT 4 for 9c STEAK Lb.22c SALAD MIRACLE ttHIF DRESSING 8-oz. 15c; 16-oz. 25c

I'I APRICOTS lona 22 size can 1 I5c

A Wonderful BACON Lb. 12c MILK Can lOc I QtI 29c
Yew d s i is 4 1 Assortment ------- -- ---------- I II pt. lOc; Pt. 15c;
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r,,,tt. 4 t.r a I Specially Priced Aa SAL. DRESSING %pt. 14c SPREAD /, PI 14c : : TEALNLb.. 19cs; Lbe37c

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ci :' 1 I SAL DRESSING Pt. 23c SPREAD Pt. 23c : ::1 iARif"2'nlbb;: ( ;k)) 24c

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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Lambe BIwarda-flsd' O'..... KOI'yth-.Moved.Mi'H. .'.i i t,-.unl, ) trickMn from 'he said ', ( tI I
I of Ottawa. Canada returned to Ice Box CookiesIs j"f; I'|l 1"rl>e.-: .Moved. : H. (' Ur..en-Dead.Hlllu .nok'I. I. .),
John li ()rtftIeDd.Jernes \ Ulnl..llI0.e4n. I. OONNKH. Chairman, BV; ,\
their home this week after a visit Recipe For \VVek Melaer-Moved.W H..yn..o--D..d. n.jufd >>f 'iunty Comnii < loneia.SM..I 1' 'k. I
Here with Mr. and Mrs. James A Deary-Moved. H. H Hall-Dead.Tempy I t
Bits of \ J. THOMAft, "flerk.H" .
viola .
Lambe. Ire Box Cooklm. Oeary-Moved Jones-Dead. L .
Kmma H Oeary-Moved. I.. C Jnhnn Movwd.Win. .r<1 or Count CommlamoneraIOKPIC1AL.
1 I I cup augar W H Oroveii-.-Moved.Kddle K.I.'hr..ter-O..d. :_ _. SEAL_ _) I
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Henley-Moved.K Deorite Manlsro--Moved.VVllnm :
Mrs. T. J. Gi-iffin has returned 1 cup butter .
c. )1eraey-Jtov.4. Maxwell Moved. -w
Ne\\t9 home after spending two weeks In 3 eggs Simon; Hank eraon-Dead.R. .4. A. Mrl'onald-lIIo"t.. ,. = k
lca1 Jacksonville with her soninlawand 1 teaspoon soda\ mixed with 1 I. Irleh-Moved.Manricie Ruby !M. 'Ilr"der-lItoyed.. ,' I I'i
John*-Heart. Mary J. f'uvRttDe.dW.
daughter. Dr. and Mrs. C. C. tablespoon of boiling water Pearl Jordan-Moved.S. : K. Prlnirle! -Moved ''i: ;
PEOPLE BUSINESS AND Mendoza. 2 tablespoons vanilla (!. I.ewl_Dead.W. Della PrInate-Moved
CONCERNING OUR H. Norman. Head.. .1. P. Pot t_!Moved. ,
Mix Ingredient and roll thin. Jamea K. N.wton-ltov.I.: W. R. RodK-em. -Moved.
OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Cut with cookie cutter and bakeIn 8. K. Unborn-I.d. Edna. Itahnie-.Moved.ileo. '-
PROGRESS Miss Odessa Smith Miss Willie Lena (ivemtreet-Moved. 'V. Sh..ffleld-Moved. Lw
hot oven. J. II. Pnppell.adAuttiat Piirrell Smith' -Dead.Theo ,
Belle Cooper, and Bill Tison, all of KeirnMoveililtn I'Iparkm..nMnv..d.J. s t
Jacksonville Mrs. J. D. Goodman. Moved.. ,
were recent guests of C. Scarborough-Moved.Mra. 1. Tucker-
Mr. Tlson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .tMnah. M. I1'hlv"rJlto".d.Hobt. W. H. 'I'lI'ker-Mov.d... }
1> Stoke.' -Moved. J. U William*- Moved.
., of Richmond. V*. I Mrs. K. U Holliater of Tampa Theo Tison. H. J. .w.IJ-lfnv..I.! Idella& WllltamH-Moved.. ,4iq.
Re0l Mildred Htrnde Dead.R. Eva M. Wllllama-Moved.
recent of her brother-
ht. week her. with his was a guest 'IIUHH'' '' txn' ( i.rnciPRItAftv Henry Thomae-Moved. Ralph' M. WIIII.n.lItove.l.Itll..11 \ l lI lI
,pta'dlng in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. KI.RCT1OM J. .8. Tllllv! -Moved.V. 'lIl1amlItoy..d.
Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght Sr. was \, T Tllll_!Moved. Willie William) *-Dead. I
6. F. Colley.Mr. At a *.U ln. held) on the 4th.. day
: the guest during the past week of of ilia)'. A. U. I93, abs Roaril ofounty C. T. Thomas-head. Tbrr..,... rreetor* 'd.. S ;i iI1J I
<' ('nmmlmiloiti. of BradfordCounty Henatl B. Thorn..-Moved. .
Katie FugUe spent theeekrnd her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Florida appointed the following 'aH.. 'I'yrD..I.J. n J. Ahl..rtnan-O..ad. 1
!JIll. in Gainesville with and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright in C'ltrltH. and Innpeclor. for O Turner-Moved. Joaelih; 1.hiultDea&Jaeob ('arsten.an-Ittoved.
t ". have as their guest this week MrsBarefoot's Jacksonville.Mr. the Primary: Election' to b* held on C..W. Wllka-Moved.W. K. A. (Irlner. -Dead.
2nd.. day of Jun A. L). 1938. A. Weldon-Moved.Ktarke. .
,lidS (1. W. Hln.onU..I.Ii.
.. -' nephew, H. D. Surrency Pru-lnet No. t, Tjiwtry Janir Ro- Prertart 'Ii... 3 Banner. -Moved.
of Tampa. "I'l Clerk J. H. T.. MI'''. A. J. Andera-Head.Addl .
and MM. D. A. r. : Austin T. IHavk- Men "h. Prerlnet :II. TO.
and Mrs. J. H. Gill and .
SCrew. son burn H.rh.rt Hurlvy.' Inepectors.Prepin.'t I. B'ow..lov..d.J.
"with were visitors In Jackson- Jackie Joe Murden returned to 1 I No. 2 North $Rtark J. TAP \. .A.F.C.ttoulwair.Moved.II. 11..rt1I1"v..d.V. P.. Mary Rr".nlfnv..dMr. )try.nMoveI.JOldit I

Jle Monday Miss Myrtle Reddish, of Jacksonville their home In Richmond. Va., Friday Norman|.lt. rierki A. R.: H.lItoor A.. .Ni-WHom TII"I".Ior., F.. M. a.. Carroll-Moved. H. tI..nfro.-D.Ad.
______ the the I | Maricarer I. Carroll-Moved. \ ftr..r. PrerlMel M.. H
was guest during after a visit here with Mr. and Prnclnrt No. 3. Smith, starke' T. N. Henry ClsyD.ad.harrIs .
i\ri Guy B. Parks, of Calnes-- past week-end of Mr. and Mrs. Er- Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. i **.n.I.I<'k. Cli-rk: R R..ford. KlmoStruth. I>yal-Dead.. J D. ItasterfieaISliIIret Fo"worlh-Move". .
of Dr. and Mrs. I and non 110'<.M r. InKpcctom.Preclnot Mathew II. ilrirria- Dead.K. M.
rol Alvarez. .
guest !H. A. Fnxwurthalov.d.Millie
Ie 11 the No.4.. (;iiiiham i T. C.Smith H. II.nllh-Movpd.
parks. Miss Edna Hutto went to Gainesville I"I..rk: ... '- AI..rnathy H. I. D. llawklna-Moved. 11"III..yD..ad.H"bt. KI: ) R. IIKNTI.EY t 3
B n. WHmlln, J. A. J M.KInny.$ In- H. I hrpenLPpa.l.Maniie
MUs Lucille Bennett of St. Petersburg Mae H..wklnMov..I.P.
Wednesday. where she under otorM.Prvcliift. : II.D..I.H. of LAKKLAM
Hp Head.Oeo. .
:: Kite spent Sunday In Gaines- er-ln-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. was accompanied by her mother Tohnx.. Clerk. 'a.i.:. P Rnlan.t..rry, Inep.tore.rreuani Hall !M. M.Matehtl C.I 11.| Haypa..tVpl.hthel II. .lohne-flead.. 1'Mri. .H.. ICmma IoIh'dIov..tI.Lairdlltov..d.I'h' Candidate for 4 :

Ie I with Mr and Mrs. 3. L. Smith. A. H. Johns.H. Mrs. L. S. Hutto. No. 8, Then-Bun.. Walter' H.Slhley t1 eo. ('. Krtiae-Moved. "', Hnhln..n-Mnv..d. ATTORNEY GENERAL '
!' "Clerk) ; R I.. HI".on.V.. II.MMII. Robt. W. M.rtln-Mov.d. Millie "h..w-Jolov..d.
P H 'I'hnm.t."d.W. OF FLORIDA '
:irL Chas W. Chalker. of,GuIf4. H. Stroman was in Jackson- Miss Myrna Frink. of Hampton. Precinct. Wlllln No.Pwln.lell.7. Now T".IorJO Hlvr. y,:. A. P.Mabel rt. 1..MI\I"n-J\loved.W. Martin-!Moved. n. 'V.rr.n-np"d. % t,"

MiM. is the guest of her pats ville this week visiting his brother- who Is a student at F. S. C. W., was Sfl' pp.. Clerk. r.; Hf. V Wla-Rln" J.. JThnrns. Cecil rtafuae-Dend \V.little H. Whtte-Movd.Whlt.-lloy..d.. : \\'Ill iM-uk here Hi K oYlork Thurn- /q/
K. K.llv.
., Mr and Mrs. A. M. Darby. in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. one of the participants In the May .., No. R. Hrooker I".p"rton.P.rln. It. A. Krank. Utimtnle A. $' wipsytead.Mrs. James Godbold.Mr. festivities which were staged : Clerk; Clyde Kelly, O. J. Mary &'. WeeksDead.4r.h.iai. Board of County Commlaalnnera will and hear the man that will nuke ,
Day Y:1"j. : .
of Tallahassee : "j. C. llarrell, InHUecturH.T. Prerbnrt %... 4 he In aeNnlon. on Monday! May 26th.. t the uttorney <<....,.raLI'. office a realdepart.iieilt .,.
Bllrs. C c Smith. at,the college May 2. .. L. CONNKll. Chairman, C. 1 I'. i J.wllng-Lt.sd. ..Ue If t"1N'tNod.I .
,, ... A. D. 1938 10:00 o'clock A. H. torestore of Ju .
I visiting her Bon-ln-law and and Mrs. B. F. Miblack and noar.1 of County ( uml..lon"r.111'1 Chexley P'oiem-Ipad at :
.\ I such names" Ha have been
: Hock I Illlllard I I Moved.
|ughter .Mr and Mrs. J. P. War- daughter, Carateen. of Fort White Mra. Noble White will be the \ .1 THOMAS' Clerk to Board.OFFICIAL. Mra. Millie Illlllard- -Moved. ---
were the guests Monday of Mr. and leader of the W. C. T. U. meeting ( 8KAI.) lloy Koberta-..Moved.H distinctive flowers j
5-ft '. grace*
'' Hurrency-Dead.llnntpfon. ,
held at the
Mrs. J. F. Colley. which will again be Preclnef %iA. (/J
J. F. Colley. bad aalir Mrs. F. A. o'rlt..: cherry at herwrhel ,, 4
(!Mr. and Mrs. home of the President C. A. J lrt-Dead.W. ,
Nutlre. In hereby given that at a .
ilhwk..r-Lh. .
guests during the week-end Mrs. Pate Gasaett Mrs. Errol !Scott! Friday at 3 p. m. "meetfnff of. the Hoard of County J. H.II. Croft-Moved.Will. I Jurkiwnvlfte I ,
and children, of Jewel Gassett and Cnniinlnplnnerw In and I for. pradfordCounty. .
J* J R Colley Alvarez, Misses H. ('roft-Moved. phone 1I I%9 ;
Florida beld on Wedneadav (
II J. 'rlbh.-ltuv.d.!
lala. Virginia Alvarez spent Tuesday Miss: Martha Brownlee and MIss Mar 6th A. l) !196. the fol- H. M. Danlela.Moved., smart center' plwrn' unuitual romugrsfluuera D
.. visiting in Gainesville.Mrs. Dot Smith student nurses at Riverside towing: named persons were ordered Vlncy DurdenDead. I'
I Mr a. S. E Brownlee and Mrs. Hospital. spent the weekend ,of stricken.n"1 county from the for reprlfttratlon"the reasons bookS net A. U. 'uwler-lIfov..d. for |gifts _ ,. : J

J M. Brownlee were In Jackson- S. F. Hamrick returned this here with Miss Brownlee's parents opposite. each. name. : .- I - -- --- .
.,. ILflLJ1 .
}le recently visiting Mrs. Marcus week from a visit In Sebring with Mr. jmd Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. M g.nxtrr., HIKS-"-Prrrlnct Head. \ Iv. I .

inant her son-in-law and daughter Col. J. C Box-Dead.Mra. '
and Mrs. 'V. H. Nollman.Mrs. John. 1 I'llettle. r..ml..h..I-D..1.Bennett-Dead.. CIGARETTES 2 Pks. 25c PRINCE ALBERT can lOc ',',J <

|:Mrs. N O. Wainwright, Jr., is :Mrs. L. A. Davis returned Mon- 8. P. Cheath*m-Moved.

ndlng this week in Jacksonville : O. W. White. Olin White day evening from Leesburg where lne. CarmlchaeV-Moved.
F. I. Con nort-Moved. 4
Itb Mr and! Mrs. W. M. Waln- Jr.. Misses Clara McGee, Etholin, she attended a meeting of the .1 H. Carradine-flead. PUlUCt'UVH'rl.SPAGilETfI I .t'I.tCAlUNI

Igbt. Dorothy and Carol White spent Fourth Brigade Florida Division W.Jeff R.D"vlH-ltnva.l.Iilxon|" !-Dead. \ TIP! TOPGROCERY t ,

Monday in Jacksonville.Mr. United Daughters of the Confederacy. S.' B. 'ut..h-n"n.1.
|The Rev and Mrs. George H. Jamen. K.: (lon..f..lluw-lfov..d.!
.. .
John W. Oor..nlnv..d. Sugar
wry and daughter, Margaret, and Mrs. Marcus Brown and 8eh' .. Harris-Moved I;

i In Maryvllle, Tenn., visiting children, of Tampa are spending Mr. and Mrs. L. A. RennoMa A.IC.M.. ;lI..F..h..rn-llnv.d.Nolan-Moved.:
I&Uve several weeks at the R. J. Davis I have as their guests this week Mr. (I. Pnrl..r-IItOY".
at Kingsley Lake. Rennolds' brother-in-law and sister Oeorttre R"tI.JI.-Mov..d. I M
I Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Markert of Hardy. P'. 'Fyr.MovedFster 'I''lorMnv..d.A. 7-OZ. PKO. INVITES YOU TO ENJOY .

REAL Miss Hope Haynes Miss Georgia Crystal Beach, who are en route to W. A. WslkrMovedSterke.'I'rnwbrld"8-Mov." BIG SAVINGS. 24c t

Haynes and Miss Lula Redgraveare New York. Preelnrt \.. :3I 3 Pkgs. lOc L' .
spending this week at the J. C. Alvare -Dead. "''L_. IT---_.."" .. 11W" ,
Wade. 1 H.! Andr wi,-Moved.
M. Alvarez cottage at Kingsley Mrs. M. E. Edwards and grand- H. K. Jlllt..h-lov..1
Lake. daughter. :Miss Hazel Adklns, wentto fliiKKle Mae Tloree- Moved.I .
YOU WANT TO West Palm Beach Saturday to E. .Bob.IlutIenMoved.B. ln-Moved.Beatrice SALMON ncc.r 10cPOTATOESlOLbs.25clLT

BUY. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall spent visit relatives. While away they 8. Blake-Head
SEE US- several days of this week in Pass- will also visit in Fort Lauderdaleand 3.! R.Ida Boring Cauthen, Jr.,-Moved.Mra Moved..

A-Grill with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. ; Miami. .1. K. (C."wa-Juad. r '
WILSONREALTY Wednesday! they sailed Louise. ('ro..hy-Moved P MARKET
Granger. James W. Vr\tcf\ .rn..-Dead.

for Cuba with a party who are allattendin& Mr. and Mrs. James Lambe Mr. J. __E.__._OrIK.prMuved._---0...&. _____ -- | ]
( CORP. a convention of the Flor. aniM: J. O. Lambe Mrs. John -

Ida Local Underwriters1 Associa Terry, and Miss Patricia Lambe ONIONS I 1 4
tion. were visiting In Ocala Thursday of YELLOW STEW 2 25c
last week. Sunday they visited C. A. CARVER ONIONS 'HI. lOc LOS. t.

NAT SEZ: points of interest in St. Augustine. JEWELERWATCH iJLLL.
I went Into a restaurant one day ROUNDSTEAK Lb.25c

for lunch and I was' amazed _at the Mrs. L. E. Moseley and daughters 4 IL ,
and Edna Mae, CLOCK AND BANANAS 17c
Misses Lillian LUS.
of business they were doing. ,
,,, AU the tables were occupied.I left Lyons today; Georgia(Friday)with for a relatives.visit in GENERAL REPAIRING DELICIOUS PIG TAILS Lb. 16!'/?eAPPLES

q It was about the busiest place They were accompanied by Mr. and All 'ork Guaranteed JUICYFRANKS
", was ever In. I ordered corn beef Mrs. W. H. Hart, who made a brief Doz. 25c LARGE

.' and cabbage and It was the best I visit there. IN GREEN BUILDING Lb. 15c ;

hud eaten since I left Ireland. It STARKE FLORIDA WINESAPAPPLES
understand .why Misses Myrtlce Florled, and WII-
wasn't hard .to
they were doing the business. They la Vida Kllllngsworth left* last Friday 5 Lbs. 25c CHUCK ROAST Lb. 19c
were putting out the bet stuff for a months visit In Atlanta,

they folks could that for has the always money.been And my Ga.tha,Killlngsworth.with their mother Mrs., Mrs.Kate Ber-KilUngsw6rth A WORD'( LETTUCE Ea. 6c SMO SAUSAGE Lb 17c t

slogan money.,""the beat for- the least WorthIngton is Springs.visiting relatives in GENT ;


Mrs. Walter J. Baker, of Foley COLUMNFOR

I BEAUTY SHEERNESS .- was the guest of her mother, Mrs. SALE-Two a t t r active

f' R. F. Fernandez during the week houses large lots electricity and

end. She was accompanied home water cheap. Mrs. Annie Lou God FLOUR2iic75jiji'zr
WEAR! by her nieces Faye Louise and win Box 12, Lawtey. It
will .
Mary Alice Yarborough who ----- -
To g.t these three feature we adMUNSLVGWEAR visit there for several weeks. FOR SALE:-Fresh Jerseys and

\1.!... : HOSIERV. \ Holatelns cows. High producers.C. -
who has been Letsch. 2tp ,, ,
The're ring free and fashion rightIn Miss Kitty Hogsed
...olorOne of the best hosiery visiting her aunt Mrs. Tina Edwards PEANUT
Beach. was here FOR SALE-86 acre of good FANCY PACK --NO. 2 SIZE CANTomatoes
value* offered. at Miami farm land on State Road 13. This
Wednesday for a short time. Miss BUTTER21oz.
property was formerly known as

79c 89c $1.00 ed Hogsed trip Ann was"en with Edwards.her route aunt on and They an extend cousin.will write the Thower's to P. B.Estate.Crews If 2134 interested HendrySt. Jar 19c 62c .

Miss Fla. ;
., Ft. Myers,
stop at Magnolia Gardens, In Char TENDER AltflO
leston, the Naval Training Sta- FOR SALE--Porto Rica pure bred
MXN-8 WORK PANTSDUNGAREES tion at Norfolk Va., Washington.D. Sweet Potato Plants $1.00 per SUGAR PEAS

OVERALLS C., and New. York City. Miss thousand. T. D. Dyal, Brooker '
will return In time to en- P1 2tp 25 Cwh.. h' !k
Bell Cord Brand Hogsed Uni 2 No. 2 Cans cBOKDEN'S 3 Cans Pineapple Sli. or (* *

A real value .$1.00 Best Grade.98e ter summer school at Duke AVAILABLE-AT-ONCE. Rawlelgh 3 Cans Cut Green Beans j >wI .

versity. -...-- Route of 800 families. Only reliable ST. CHARLES :3 Cans (arden Peas .
IIAPCRADE KHAKI men need apply. Can earn 3 Cans Garden White Corn
Union To MILK I __
Our Leader .$1.49 Fair Grade $1.00IIAPGRADE League $25 or more weekly. No cash required. :3 Cans Grapefruit Juice !jt '

OVERALLS Hold Institute Here : \ Write today. Rawleigh's 3 Tall Cans 19c .3 Cans Apple Sauce '
ThLEE FAE-223, Memphis TenD.
Grade $1.75 KHAKI or DENIM _____.$t.49 The Garfield-Evans League Un- :Dept.i-8- -29-2tp 3 Cans Garden Spinach ._ I ,
ion of which the Starke Epworth BOILING 5 Cans Tomato Soup .

Dress Materials BOY'SWASH League Is a member will institute bold Its FOR RENT- -room partly furn- 5 Cans Vegetable Soup .... --__ xr
SUITS annual three-day study ished cottage. Space for garden BACON '
nights 7CansI'ork&Deans... ___.. _
\ll kind. of nice cool ummerdp" here Thursday and Friday and chickens. J. Maurice Edwards,
." A Big Selection of Clothe* for of this week at 8 o'clock, and next 45. 5-8-2tp Pound 12c
goodiw Priced the small boy who like to look Sunday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock Phone _ _ _ _ _

15c to 49c dl'ftlM'd op. at the Methodist Church. :MEN WANTED for Rawleigh CHARMER

98c and Classes in recreation, leadership, Routes of 800 families. Reliable I 0
__ Also MrCnll Patterns up personality development and worship -' bustier should start earning $25 MEAL 20c

will be taught by well known weekly and increase rapidly. CoffeeLeI12cHFK : !

INEXPENSIVE WASH teachers of this district. Write today. Rawlelgh, Dept. FAE- Ibs
will be Tenn. 5-1-5-22-21
Sunday evening a supper 223-S, Memphis
served to all attending by local fertile farm JIM ANDY>> <;L\L PIUCKMAXWELL

Epworth League. will bold a land on highway 48 Bradford 25c HOUSE Ib 25c 1
For The Starke League PEARL GRITS 10 lbs
all orcanion. To take ;you brightly "food sale" Saturday. In the build- County. 10 minutes from Starke. _
to work or for Informal vlalU with Rachel's Address. M. E. Terrell. 730 East t tt.j '
pnds. You will be amazed at the ing which was formerly Ice Lake Drive Decatur, Ga. 5-l-2tp BEST !iIIOCiED-8UE BEST! WHITE-SIDE _

.tHu.l SiZeOItt.ZOa.nd3to44. cream Shopper,cake beginning, candy at and 1 o'clock.cold drinks INTRODUCTIONS by Mall. Try BACON Lb. 20c BACON Lb. 17c '

will be sold at reasonable prices. our new plan and meet congenial
$$1 OO & $1.95 The funds to be used to send a del- people everywhere. Letters Confi- *
egate to the annual convention, dential. Write at once. TropicalC. I nROOKKIELI __
which convenes In Lakeland In the Club Box 105, Miami Fla. BEST CKEA3IERY

--. -. _.-- near future. 5-1-St, LARD Ilk
"The Star Spangled Banner" 'WRITE or see us
was legally made the national anthem Runner and Spanish Peanut Seed"Greenwood
of the United States In March Products Co. Peanut
< 1931. Sbellers. High Springs, F1a.J" _

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I:', I 1'' ,. '., ;ii' IN INCREASEOF TAVERNIERThe finding of Getting Up Nighb h hosaae(51lrr

FARM POPULATION: eleven more sun-bleached skeletonsof.
1 '
persons who perished In the :: .

GAINESVILLE- Economic depression LIVE STATE NEWSNews howling tropical storm that swept 1'N

.:t' FARMERS SECTION and unemployment were the Matecumbes last Labor Day .:.;.. .. -

largely responsible for a marked was reported here to Peace Justice << DI'"

;" s '"jlill' C..dooted.7 Demonstration AgentsI Increase In the Florida farm popul of Florida I in Short ParagraphsCAR E. R. Lowe, bringing the total hI'!.....

(+ atlon during the five-year period -J of known dead to 524. Justice Lowe a& d
: _
'f J ',j"" L ending January I, 1935, accordingto said West Coast fishermen sent -=::::
; i ; ,i Dr C. V. Noble head of the agricultural word they found seven bodies on :.
fl. ', .J I IiIII.IoW 111.-. -- / economics department of ---..- -- -- --- -- --- Cape Sable Island and four at the s t ta tt

'. -:, the State Agricultural Extension OF TOMATOES POETRY LOST IN FIRE cove on Middle Cape, some fifty

I } i Hints To Housewives RURAL Service. ARCADIA-The first carload of FORT MYERS-Edna St. Vin miles across Florida Bay from the + sBPS'c
"Losing their jobs in the cities lost low lying coral isles where hurricane
tomatoes from DeSoto cent Millay, poetess
COMMON SENSEBy during this period, many persons ever shipped winds and water battered TI
lished manuscripts and all her per- Prnp
rrom- l moved northward this week .rl
County ,
,' [I Weekly Home Demonotratlon went back to the farm and soil to with 600 tblrty'pound lugs of sonal belongings in a fire which homes of key residents and campsof Cleanse the

<< Specialist, Tallahassee SPUDS JOHNSON earn a livelihood," Dr. Noble averred I United States choice and fancy destroyed the Palms Hotel on Iso- World War veterans.

I I after seeing a recent census re- lated Sanibel Island off the south- --.
ing t ,
I L grades. A large acreage in this wa.t. mene, ,,
r port that showed Florida's farm west Florida coast. Miss Millay CANAL LABOR OFF stream. But kio'ne' ?
+ HONEY A GOOD SWEET section is expected to produce thirty ,
POULTRY: PRODUCTION: population Increased more than 40,- the next said she had been working on one OCALA-The office of the Unit- their work-do nol i
G or more carloads during
; Honey costs more than sugar tended
P 000 in the period from April 1, 1930to lailloreni
\ IN "'LORlO.ARE GOOD few weeks. of the unpublished manuscriptstwo ed States district engineer here
bought at retail but many people January 1, 1935. poison the system '',ei
i 1+ like the flavor and keep.It on hand years. She had just arrived at said about 1,400 jobs filled by men Than you i
Florida farmers are coming more Federal agricultural programs RETURNS INCREASE the Island for a vacation. The fire from relief rolls, have been closed ache, ih.do..
L bees naturally i::in
Others who keep : ,
that I seamy
and to the realization also had their effect on the move-
more started at 7 m., Saturday! from three weeks I 1"1
p. out during the past as urination,getting 't
prefer to use honey whenever they because of its climatic ment from cities to farms, he explained LAKELAND Florida citrus up itr, ,,
this state
the of kerosene water
s explosion a contract'''items on the Atlantic- eyes, |leed| ,
f can to save! buying sugar. Many conditions and other Important The greatest single factorIn growers sent more of their tangerines heater. /Gulf blr-oliups.t nt ,'w
ship canal were completed.
y yt % ask questions as to its food value factors, offers splendid possibilitiesfor the farm population increase, to western states this season .---- About 200 more workers will be I Pon't deity? (U;, () ,
and uses. and production. however was due to unemploymentIn and action the Vofn s arc t'IIL)
poultry egg profited by the REMOVAL: RECOMMENDED dropped by a contractor next week eipeci.lly fc I"t.
Honey Is a wholesome addition A recent census report shows cities the economist said. State Citrus Commission said last TAMPA-Suspension of C. Jay it was stated. The Is honing kidneys they '

I 4; t to the list of sweets which chil- that (he total number of chickens The farm, population of 45 of the week. By investing about $75,000 Hardee as county solicitor of Hills- completing its excavation company item of over.mended Gel by then gr.tefui Iron+ w e ,""m,

+ dren may have and it may even be three months old or older on Flor- state's 67 counties increased during In advertising to open new mar- borough County was recommendedto nearly 1,000,000 cubic yards of ? t nirIEi
used In place of as a modifier 1 1935, was Of counties in the
l sugar ida farms on January the period. kets, the commission said growers' Governor Sholtz by the county earth. It will "park" its nearly

of milk for infants. It is assimIlated 2,190,189, or twelve per cent more large municipal areas, Dade's Increase returns had increased approx. grand Jury In a special report. It $200,000 worth of machinery near DI

y easily because It Is composed than the total of 1,145,615 on April was largest, the farm population imately $852,252 over last season. charges that Hardee had failed to the right of way until the futureof
,+ largely of simple sugars. These The also shows almost .
1, 1930 report pf this county -. at time when
prosecute gamblers a the canal Is determined, officials
are chiefly fruit sugar (levulose) of the state's sixty- from 1 _
that forty-five doubling 3,328 on April SNAKE IGNORES FAITH gambling "was the worst in his- I -- __

and grape sugar (dextrose). Hon. seven counties reported increasesin 1930, to 6,419, on January 1, 1935. BARTOW Albert Weaver, tory of the county," and that the I
ev contains only a small quantityof the number of chickens while Total farm population of Floridaon I said.FOR
whose faith in his power over a solicitor had "shirked his duty" by
cane sugar (sucrose). Honey only twenty-two reported de January 1, 1935, was 319'6 rattlesnake apparently overcame letting other officials prosecute the GOVERNORWe
$ I also contains small quantities of creases. or 40,077 more than the total : I
I Ills natural week at
8'1 caution this
a Tampa flogging cases now being hereby the Could You
dextrin and and of such minerals announce candidacy Ask?
gums Thousands of dozens of eggs are 278,931 on April 1, 1930. Of thiotal I tent meeting here, Is in a serious tiled in Polk County. on a change of lIon Jerry W. Carter
+ as. iron not calcium to make phos- shipped. ..Into Florida.every_ year, : 234,079 were white" personand ,condition at a local hospital wherehe of venue for Governor of
phorue though enough L
of non-white
--- -- ---- winter 85,579 were races.
especially during "n. Is suffering from snake-bite,, +-- Florida subject
i It an important source of these months when the state Is host to '. Persons living on farms on The tent meeting was conducted by RECORD FOR GROWTH to the Demo..
minerals in the diet. It has no detectable from all the nation. January 1, 1935, who were livingIn "
I tourists over "Brother Hensley, who has at MIAMI BEACH Officials of cratic primaryelections 30,000 Miles on TiresProvetrRuggedReliable
vitamin value -
I There is no reason why Florida municipalities five years earlier
tracted attention In various parts 1 next
Miami Beach claim it is "Amen.e
studies of camples of white clover "
not build its poultry industryto totalled 22,287. June 2nd and
may of South Florida by allowing th ,
and buckwheat honey from different where It will be able Jackson County had the largest ca's fastest growing city" as they iv
I the point rattlers to bite him, as a featureof 23rd. and
release for the twen-
i '} parts of the country, made [to supply the state with. eggs the farm population on January 1, his meetings. figures past there arose one

F:! i by the U. S. Department of Agriculture year round, thus bringing to Florida 1935, Its total being 22,126-an increase ty-elght months showing more new out of the great
bureau of home economics. construction a per capita basis
producers the money now ex of 1,158 over the total on CRAB MEAT INDUSTRY multitude of the
---than other In the Unit-
Aromatic substances give honey any city
pended for out-of-etate eggs. April 1, 1930.Counties common people
their characteristic flavors. COCOA---Crab fishing is becoming ed States. During this period, it
The farmer has discovered also( reporting an Increase of name is
I ? quite an industry In this section was shown, a total of $17,963,780 in
Unless tightly sealed, honey flockon in farm called Jerry.
that It Is wise to have a good 1,000 or more population
\ i should be stored In a dry place. his farm to provide eggs and during the five-year period include i according to Chamber of building permits were issued. The JUST JERRY they all call him
"I' ; Otherwise It is to absorb Commerce Secretary Sawyer who 1935 Florida census gave Miami because he is neither a lawyer, Low as $395 at
q likely poultry for the family. Thus we Jackson: Dade, Broward, Escambia" FactoryCoupesSedanaTruclu
points out that a 'ton and a half Beach: a population of 13,330, resulting nor a banker, nor a senator. But
? moisture and ferment like any othel' see another good effect of the live- Gadsden, .Hardee, Hendry, I IHlIIsborough. of crab meat Is shipped from Co- In a capita building of he is the friend of man and will
1 sugar sirup. With few excep- at-home ,program that has been Marlon, Nassau, Or- per make Florida
a sane safe
coa each week to New York and $1,317 for the twenty-eight month gover-
tions, all honey crystallizes on agIng and continues to be sponsored by ange, Pasco, Volusla. and Walton. Palm Beach markets. The bulk of nor Genial Jovial .
;, but can be liquefied by warming the State Agricultural Extension Duval Htllsborough, Palm Beach, I period.. Generous Just : Honest Henry A. McCIellanVILLYS
I the crabs here of the'blue" .
: ;, it in moderately hot water (not Service. The farmer has also Volusla, and Washington Counties, caught are Capable Sober Safe." OKA LEU

) above 140 degrees F.) learned that there Is always a mar show a movement of more than 1- variety and the meat Is of KEY WEST CUT OFF friends and Supporter of 901 Main. StreetJACKSON'ILLE
such excellent quality that it
I.in Uncooked Is used ket for good 000 to farms from cities KEY WEST-Flames destroyed the
honey < as a eggs. persons brings a premium in the markets Commoner FL.\.
I i spread, as a sweetening for fruits, The Florida State Poultry Pro- during the period. Palm Beach led two-thirds of the 3000-foot wood Or Write
selling for as much as seventy All-Florida
!r, beverages and cereals, in sandwich ducers' Association, the Extension In this respect with 1,875 movingto bridge linking No Name and Big Candidate for

J4.: fillings, sauces and frozen des- Service, and the State Experiment farms. cents a pound. Approximately a Pine Keys, dealing a heavy blow to GovernorPaid Southern \Vllly Distributor
thousand pounds of fish are used ( Political Adv.) 234 Peachtree.Atlanta
*' ,' Berts. Station are making strong effortsto -. the picturesque city that has been Gas
each week as bait for crabs and
Honey may be substituted for sugar promote and improve the poul- MEMORIAL fighting, with Uncle Sam's finan- .
the the here
plant packing product cial assistance, to come back as a
1 in preparing cinnamon toast, try Industry in this state. The Resolutions adopted by Starke
employs twenty-two FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
I persons. tourist city. Deprived of railroadby
candled vegetables, salad dressings Poultry Producers' Association Chapter Order of the Eastern Star .
baked ham, custards, pud- poultrymen to cooperate for the Labor Day hurricane. Key
x No. 166. I SEA LICE BITE BATHERS Many Years Experience I Makes It Possible for Me to Render
Westers feared the bridge destruction
dings and pies. It Is often used In their mutual benefit, the Extension In the on March I
t away MIAMI BEACH-Sea Lice of an would mean loss for an In- EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
quick breads, cakes and confections Service strives to show farmers 22, 1936 of our beloved brother Dr.
unidentified genus are making life definite period for their remaining MODERATE PRICES
s' but its special characteristics must and poultrymen the value of pure- Erie L. has losta
Biggs, our Chapter
be allowed for several hundred Miamians Just connection other than boats DeWITT C. JONES
for in these products. bred floocks, sanitation, and good valuable and most mem-
r I one itch after another. Complaints with the Florida mainland insofaras Starke, FloridaC'HEVROLET
$ !Honey differs from sugar in Its poultry practices, and the Experiment ber. As a citizen Brother Biggs '

a eh.mlc l composition( and in the Station Is continually at stood high in the esteem of all the from at persons who had been bathIng tourist travel. ,

i way /it behave when combined work on poultry disease problems. people of his community. As a Miami Into Beach over the weekend -
poured Health
r with other ingredient, and honeys "There should be less trouble physician he dedicated his life workto Department -
offices and headquarters of '
differ from each other in this ref from poultry disease in Florida others, serving as ODe who loved the beach guard. The complaintswere

*i apect. Special recipes and direc- than; in any other state in the his fellowman. identical. "I'm covered with

I, 1 lons .are! therefore for Union" Dr. M. W Emmel
I necessary says Resolved-That we deeply feel welts that look like mosquito bites!

;cooking and making preserves with Experiment Station veterinarian.Dr. the lose of our ministering brother I must have gottefl them when

honey. Emmel points to the ideal climate and shall ever cherish the mem wlmmrag. What's the cause and :
as an Important factor in of his kindly spirit and cheering "
ory what'll I do about it? The cause,
; I More than 30,000,000,000 eggs support of this statement. presence, while he was with the City Health Department reported -

are produced in the United States Taking all things Into. Consider us. was traceable to multitudesof

,, ;annuaUYl"I _,.,. ation one comes to the conclusion Resolved-Further that our sym- minute animlculae, tiny sea bugs

that the increase in the number of I pathy is extended to the wife and not visible to the naked eye, which r

chickens in Florida is a very heal- : all other relatives of our departed were washed onto the beach cling- ?t

o1 Claud Tompkins thy development in the poultry Industry brother. That we commend his ing to seaweed.

and in agriculture of the loved ones to Htm-Whom they \

state generally. honor and serve-with a prayer

Empire that He may comfort and sustain
The British has 2,000-
4tl 000 acres of forest lands. Resolved-That as a mark of _
esteem and respect to the memory s.. F. =wts.,,,.,,_

tr i'e' > of our departed brother, our
.:i lA charter be draped in mourning for

t a period of thirty days. That a 2 awWilliam vt N7 J'. >< a

risk p i I, copy of this memolal be spread

+ ,, t upon the minutes of this Chapter,

J ; and a copy sent to the bereaved

jr a family, and one to the Bradford e

,t 14 County Telegraph

1 4 ;9R'R a Committee:
s sla sr
Dora Alderman,
Y Verdle S. Futch,

Jessie Woo ten.MIC .



4ri CHARLIl GRIND M.uf. Eliza Taylor of the Clay DRIVE IT I
Hill section near Maxvllle, died
a YOUR IndMdy.l eomlorl .nd onUrUlnnimtrMHOT Sunday afternoon at her home.
ti ie I. a of f r.M Importtnct, N tint mod m,
; fio-proof,homo-kilt+ hotal louMj ii.|.h.an She was born in Georgia, but mov
t t FORCONGRESS of down-bw. ckionvilt. Cvory room wilh ed to this state many years ago and drive home to yourself this truth:

tub and chewer, toft wale, u.au hest, and was known as a devout Chris-
;" U' dlo .nd coilinf f.n....vory bed wMh Innerpnnf mother.
tian and a good
mmnrmtt ad Iadiedadsalmi! Umpi. It's FIRST in its field because it's
t ), She Is survived by her husband,

t "Send a Business Men to COCKTAK.AIR LOUNGE CONDITIONED. COKES,SHOP Henry JacWaon Taylor, a daughter,'
t' Mrs. Kettle. Strickland, both of -ute
., Congress." r fern-Sinjlo with fVivalo B.lhI dm* nvpied ea/l,
Elisha Lang
Native Floridian. I 71 ROOM SI.OO BO Room SI 50I Maxvllle; a C. Hodges
I 40Roo .< S300 t4RoomSJ50I and a sister, Mrs. Sintha Carter,
I Heavy Taxpayer. I 10 Stmfit *.o.. mMt rWM e.k 14.00 also of Maxvllle. "HOMESTE-VD- BILL"

Experienced Business Man, skA.m m.../ ,dm. s..y Funeral! services were held from Submit His Candidacy For Seeing i i ia believing and
O.K.. I t *UMP M.I.IJ, afternoon at mew .anCTID: HICH-COMPBESSION
t Sound Democrat. the home Monday HTDDAULIC BRAKZS U knowing: that ENCBi
: (Paid Political Adv.) CI.M_,T... Ga 3:30: o'clock, with the Rev. O. A. GOVERNOR VALVE-Df-BEAD
s I __ iDev.I.Aaena' "---.. WI"'
'M L.- 'flAlllPOnA1IOII the new 1936 Chevrolet
--- ---0 Prevatt, of the Middleburg Missionary gMng" own borlor ptrfomaact
..,.., .... .
OF FLORIDATo ,.. and moolkoif' ovor .Iop d and. oil'
Baptist Church, conduct- ia the only' complete iota priced carl 00* low aoi
H' #
ing. Interment was. In Long Tile People Of This State
BOREE FUNERAL HOME Branch Cemetery. Subject to Democratic Primaries Its New Perfected Hydraulic SOLID STEEL: ..e-pi ce

Full line of Caskets> & Undertaken Supplies Arrangements were in charge of IMPROVED CUDINQENTIXKCTION Brakes and Solid Steel Turret Top TVBBET TOP

AMBULANCE SERVICE DeWitt. C. Jones. HODGES Is opposed to a Sales BIDE Body make it the safest tar built. crown of .booofr.., o rorfrow oSBOCKPBOOr i.a"""

+ DAY AND NIOUT Tax and all other nuisance taxes. ,..imwrhort. ...., rido o*olf Knee-Action
HODGES favors: Old Age-and Improved Gliding SfEE81N0'Ride
53 PHONE 53 The population of India has In-
t Mothers Pensions--$9.OO Automobile Genuine risher No Draft ,
t' O. II. BENNETT, Mgr. creased 33,000,000,000 in ten years.It mating oVJvlna, omlof anil a'"

; I't ; "A iIOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" is now about .$360,000,000. gasoline Tags-Taking used by Fishermen'sboats tax off estroxME FISHER NO DBATTVENTILATION Ventilation and Shockproof SteerMon- a..., b."' ''

and Farmers' tractors in ing* give unmatched comfort. *
'" Industry iii mw rtrurr TOP BOOHSHi And ita High-Compression
Our schedule Sunday. LOW PBICTorode
changes HODGES stands four-square for : Mod .b.at/Hftl.ad' CMroffabte
t April 26. and trains will run as follows in-ITead Engine-the same type
1ri t preservation of the HOMESTEAD bodI..,croard for.f-., '" car

For : EXEMPTION AMENDMENT engine that i ia employed in -=- .l::
Expert RepairingSmith's SouthboundNo. world$49 5
; 1k and the enlargement of champion boat, I vri wa'. --
1-Due Starke 11:31: P.M. Its power ::;.;
No. 15---Due Starke 5:12 P.M. Amendment scope. He worked all the for this GENERAL MOTOBS and racing cart-provides combined .......... ......... .'y. """" .,.
through long PLAN -. -.II-IIJ----:
No. 107-Due Starke 9:12A.M.: years of his service in the Sen MOLT' power and economy without equal. "'
NorthboundNo. ate and fought; before the ... "
peoplefor "-
Garage Drive the 1936 Chevrolet --
2-Due Starke 4.55: M. Its ratification. TO JUIT TOGS F1TJUZ new today Mrs Y.itr

) No.. 16-Due Starke 10:38: A. M. IIODGES left his (office took a CBETROUT: MOTOR co. DETROIT. MICH.
: No. 108-Due Starke 5:15: P. M. sound
wagon and visited
Phone 120 ,. Starke and \V.nne. Branch city village and hamlet In this

No, .101-Leaves Starke.7OOA.M.: Stat.urgingthe people to ratify Chevrolet Co.STARKE ;

'1 Wrecker Service Day or Night N<'. 102-i-Arrives Starke 1:00 P.W. the"AraeiKhnent. .

Dally except Sundays. (Paid Political Advertising)



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.._.... M.O' 8. 1936 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARRE FLORm.\ PAGE !:;E't'Elfc. : n.W
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.-' cPl-RCII DIRECTOR ; 1! she climbed the gangplank, a "I'll take him second beRt" \\"hl- Her eyes gleamed brilliantly All
T.KKE CHURCH S voice was bellowing, tey went on relentlessly, "but he'll of it just as she had said f
F18ST B.\PTIST pastor I WIFIi --- visitors ashore! All -- be fairly happy." She added witha even the clothes.! !, h

BeV C) B, Price .Q kJ sincerity that could not be denied Faintly, there came footstepsthen .
o'clock a. m.
Sunday School 1. 10 sped past him on and "Not as happy as he was louder and louder. 'I

J. Thomas Supt. ( SirJl 1l1 I stairs until she had on\\ not as happy as you could make Whitey blanched and stood up !, r I,

iorning Worship, 11 a. m. (), r !i '-.' cabin! Violently, she push. him has as happy, us anybodyelse suddenly. "I'n. I'll make an- I

y p U 7 t5: p. m 1' < I I i door open. could make him." For a sec other copy of this." Blindly she ;1
1:30 mg V 4 1 'r f atJ.i11
Evening Worship, : p. ...: I :> turned around, then stood ond. Linda seemed about to break. fumbled for the knob just as the ,.
WedneeMIQ : .
S Teachers MeetiDlr, ...--- ;" :;:;:, ""' "So If you sure you don't want door opened Inwards. '

: mS want to talk to you." Whltey him. Linda stood there. In that tinyspace 'I ,

week Prayer service Wed- SYNOPSIS I His eyes were tortured. "But determinedly. Calmly Linda answered, "You of time, all her humility and t

'Iday 8 P- m'Dlethodlss: Van and Linda Sanford have Linda, there is nothing there has advanced into the room and can have hint." gratitude was laid Whltey's. Ceet. )
< .._ achieved three yearn of happy been nothing there never was Linda challpnglngly. "Then you're a fool.! Whitey "Linda! Van spoke In the ach-

Church marriage. Then malicious! rumor anything between Helen Wilson : I know," Linda said, her face fairly spat tie words out "For ing tone of a man who has seen an '

B, M. Montgomery Pastor, links! Van's name with ""'bltey" and me. Do you believe me?" I with scorn, "Van loves me which I'm grateful" impossible vision \/ 'r I'

sundaY ReV **001:10 a.: m.'l Wilson, his secretary and diftplte She regarded him with a long he's Innocent .and, you want Their glances held and broke. "Van!I" i/'J', \
''l Worship-11 a. m. herself, Linda In Jealous Van In deliberate stare then shook her ; go back to him. What else?" And with a long shivering sigh, Wildly tumultously, they flew ;_ j\.j
lornlng "
rtLeague7:30p.m.Evening suddenly' railed to Havana on head. "No I don't." She startedto : I don't want you to go back Whitey turned and left. Into each other's arma. And as his { ri 1

Worship 8 p. m. buttlnefui. Uliltey discovers thata cross in front of him. ," Whitey retorted fiercely, Van was back In his office when embrace drew her back Into their r.. ,.

I are invited to all these serv rvlul publishing house l III dickering Impulsively he gripped her arm. he never sees you again. she returned. own private universe, they knew, .sJ' ,
you for National Weekly, a "Linda!" he cried hoarsely.Her '/ lips parted and closed. "Where were you?" he asked. with a wisdom that only years x. d ': ; ,

u. magazine Van secretly plans to face was Impassive as she "You're frank about It any- Hia voice held no reproof.She might have taught them that any ; I'r'' ,
Presbyterlaa Church/ buy. He orders Whltey to Join glanced at his restraining hand. I achieved a casualness that life they could have In this world r I

IR.V George H. Lowry. Minister him In Havana and together And with the realization that he I you leave him now you'll came hard on the heels of the drama must be together, for apart, they i ':!i'

iftOO a m. -Sabbath School. they put over the dead. That had had to use force to hold her, : get him back" Whitey In which she had just participated were but hollow shells unloving ':! :

ll'OO: A M.Morning Worship; night they celebrate with a he recoiled. ', her I "I thought the letters and unloved '11;''

Lnon by the pastor drinking upreo. Not entirely herself Turning on her heel she left.Van's nodded ironically, giving better go tonight 1 went to the Aa Whitey emerged from the en- :'

5.00( Pn Young Peoples Ves' Whltey goes to Van's room of the sharp darts of pain postoff ice. trance of the Sanford( building, her / I'

|Lr Service but come to her senses and in. mother was enjoying a -... tiny figure was silhouetted for A J t

[ g m. -Evening Worship. about to leave. The telephonerliif game of solitaire In the living room' .K :' A moment against the massive doors. )
p. Then the of the street fr
| and she answers. It. ThereIs of her Oyster Buy home when Linda w -1 glow lamp '

Rosewood, Baptist Church no one on the wire. But shell walked in, unannounced. "Hello Illuminated her. j.,, }

R.v. L. O. Hemingway Pastor Van discovers It was Undo., he Mimi" she said tiredly, "Will\ you "Whltey." I r
Bible She turned to see Dave in his 1
Services every Sunday.( tiles! to call bock. But she refuses put me up for a day or two?" rin w .
little at the curb. With no ,
at 3:30 car
Study 10-15: a, m. Services : to talk to him. "Why of course." Mimi was de 'i ;i
exchange of greetings he helped
f clock in afternoon. lighted. "And Van?" 1
her In."I've. ,
PARTINGCHAPTER "No, Van can't come." Linda'smouth !
I BETHEL) BAPTIST CHURCH been here three nights" he I I
twisted In anguish. "Oh >
Pastor said huskily. "This was the longest
Kev. L. Donnley.. ELEVENIt Mimi, how right you were. I'm so I \ : j jt" fight we've ever had. All the fight- a( t
Services every first Sunday. unhappy "She buried her .... It..t 1 '
Ing and the worrying we do ? ,
2:30 m. 1> ,
School :
Sunday p was rather early In the morn- head in Mimi's lap. )
It's always about one thing. We 1 1don't
Bible Study and Prayer Services ing when Van's taxi pulled up be- "The secretary?" Mimi asked ,
seem to trust each other. I've ?
Saturday night. fore the house. The elevator swift.
very quietly. "/
found this out. Don't look for
ly brought him to his door. Simpson "She went to Havana with him," ,
trouble If you don't find It. .
First\ Christian Church opened It to him. Linda sobbed, "and when I calledat ''kv
you'll make It :
Rev W. T. McGuIre Pastor "Glad to see you back, sir" two in the morning .. she an- him
She turned and faced( Magically
Bible School 10 a. m. "Is Mrs. Sanford awake?" Van swered, from his room I ) her brow had cleared. "Yes j +4 ; 4

I Communion a. m. asked sharply. "My poor child," Mimi murmured I Dave." ;

Christian Endeavor. r p. m. "Yes sir Her tray went up ten "poor children, both of you." 'Believe In someone! ," he said "

Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 minutes ago." She patted the amoooth brown : simply. ''i' ,

b m. "Very well. Tell Mrs. SanfordI'm head. It's horrible, my dear, but Her hand slipped Into his and n
preaching Second and Fourth back and I'd like to see her." you mustn't be too hard on him I nestled there. t. ''t ;

undays U a. m and 8 p. m. Linda faced him from the dining He really loves you." I THE END '' +

room doorway some twenty minutes "Loves me! You call that love?" .

St Marks Episcopal Church later, dressed in her street "Men are like that dear. So honorable ; I They knew with a wisdom that only years might SII"er Springs Creek Is the only

Service on second fourth and clothes. She rang the bell for and able and wise In some have taught them, that any -life they could have river In the world navigable to Its ,'

Bfih: Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. Simpson, nodded civilly and that ways and just like naughty chil ( I in this world must be together source. :; k

1 and choir at dren in others. You wouldn't blamea
practice all.
Litany was '
were stabbing her heart "Oh.: He drummed on the deskwith ---4Vto
1.30 o'clock on Friday nights pre- "You're going out?" Van asked little boy who stole a piece of you. It's occurred to me." a pencil. "Have you had any- 1?
ceding Sunday services constrainedly. candy If left alone with a whole "
," Whitey continued harsh thing to eat?
She Inclined her head. J'I havean box. '
he'll I haven't"Taking iflder
be "No
"ho's going to lonely, ?
appointment at the hairdress- Linda sat stiffly erect. "You a woman around his life a stack of papers she
....*'. at ntna-rhlrtv Y'" ,haven't' any doubt -It's- true then ? end with you, you know seated herself beside him and began ,

BOB JONE when the rebound seta in to check off items, one list

aw4 turn to the woman who's near- against the other. t
... ......
I Comments On Here she finished grimly "Neither have I," Van said absently .... ...0..", ..,"...
t' bY and you know who It'll be." reading a recent semiannual tN Nra ran. {
And Hereafter _
I .
.oa..14 .on
S composure did not desert report. "We'll get a bite later t.nu ,,,. '
"I'm sure I do." some place" "1\lnCHf.: .

We live In an Imperfect world. \ Whitey went on, "To- WhItey felt a singing rapture In fOfTER

ere are very few things thatre tav 'th' +'. he's taking me to Bermuda her heart. So soon and alreadyher itAF

exactly right. Paul taught that he thinks as a friend. It won't prophecy was being fulfilled l

le curse of sin la on all creation I on like that. Pretty soon he'll "You know what you'd better do

one musician observed that every to buy me things! that's tomorrow," he said, "you'd bettergo ,

hard In nature Is In the minor it always starts and then out and buy yourself some

py, The wind-sighs and thsea be too late because If he things like summer clothes..
Dane Not only is the physical ever turn to me she Charge them to mo." He made a

fcorld imperfect--all human government ; L ii-: hard I'm going to half-hearted attempt to chuckle
Is imperfect. Man has s him" "I'm not going to be I trailed aroundby ,

fever been able to build a govern- I voice was beginning to someone that looks like a bid 6 tit

cent that would stand permanently "You've only a minute." dy."

) All human government is merely ( I -
an experiment. The curse ofn ?
ens affected human judgment. 'y r 'A IV IVYM IVV k '' J

: lI! impossible for man to think V ,

!early Cf man had never sinned, .wtl, u p ii ,ri'tl'i '
e probably would have Intuitive-

y reached the right conclusion. I,

s only explanation for world a
Is the Bible explana-
"PleaseLInda"he .
}on Sin entered the universe. '

ne-thlrd of the angels were cast begged"we need each, : 'i :
Jut of heaven. The earth Is now k ocher t ; Ii

fie stage of the operations of evil Pl't (
f pints. Jesus Christ came to bring Nit t ALL PNtt OTTER Na. 4 ALL fOUI J .
r .r.,_, I OfO Jt Haulturbl, I .a V1 E
naught the works of the devil.ere Preq..wlo' f( aulhtn } f0A ONLT
is "Rather early for you. Isn't It? Have you? ..d .. ron otnr C.u.tgNor..lp.r ,# h ( f fTh.
a golden day coming .
hen our mortal bodies will put She explained, politely, "Hair- "No no, I haven't. But"I thoughtyou. CouBltT.Pars'.:w T r.. A Th.Font launal. 11 a O1

n Immortality, when the curse of dressers are very autocratic! you his own mother AMD THIS 1+ AND THIS MEWSFArOIi I i
know. You take what you can MImi shook her head sadly. "Just For O.. OM 7ttar S,
a will\ be lifted from creation andhe "
get." She stopped. "Are you din- because his own mother would
universe will be restored to Its11glnal
if girl
Ing home tonight. want It to be untrue a 1tk '

l purity.* .. "Naturally." I I Is in a man's. "room at two In themorning TMn ptR Countryyle!! k'g N' '
't '
In the same
There are as many evidences of level Simpson voice she appeared.told him that there Linda shook her head wildly as r Cfe stf) C .hbdem Ns ) 11\.7,, ,

ae personal! devil as there are evlMncea would only be one for dinner. As If she would thus clarify the situa- THIS NEWSPAPER I \

of a personal God. If there left, she started towardthe tion for herself "I could forgive a r d k,
n't t a devil, who Is responsible for Simpson door sudden yielding to temptation but fort year and e s : t4t
hs devilment? As some one has Van rushed forward and crowded this trip was arranged plan- ; ts t a

aid 'Who's to blame for the ever- her back. "Linda, how can you ned!" And now she put the recur- 3 Big Magazines '

ating row?' Men and women who treat me like this?" rent, tormenting thought Into THIS NEWSPAPER :

ave been saved by simple faith In Her brows shot up and two words. How many times It had returned I i''a "
r"ue Christ and who know the bright spots of color burned on her to mock her In these recent for.one full yean 9 '
fellowship with the Lord "
"I treat ?
cheekbones. you
Fonsclous of a peculiar, satanic "You'll have to listen to me" "The night before he left for Ha- And 4 Big Magazines P'

pseen' Influence that In and before
operates "If I have to." She crossed her vana the night
ilia world. A personal devil Is re- hands resignedly. Speak your that she gasped com- IMagisIn* from Group A; 3MspalnesfromOroupB14lnall'r '
fPonalble for this influence which Van." ing to my room what was he 'r r I Ii

"en feel and which affects the en-I. piece"Whitey Helen Wilson flew thinking of? How could he touch Jt. '

Irs world. The devil Is called the I down to Havana the day after I me? How could he say the thingshe 3I'1IL

pnnce of the power of the air" did. She discovered something did .. having in his mind. Select Any 3 Magazines

.We wrestle not with flesh and about National Weekly deal ." Again her head dropped to Ml mi's From This List Sel."0.. Mead "''.plyrqr'ragada. I
fiood. but with and and now the tears flowed In 1 A..IcM '
principalities himself, rememberingthat lap Gordan a kult, "
he checked i Ir7 ,
B wers In I "Tru. s_, I T-. Irlttr Henn ... J.sa, i ,i
great 1X {
the by 0 .
heavenlles. There Linda knew nothing of themerger. full flood, accompanied ... .._ _I 1I..ld .. II04pryNM'' .
one 'etl.. H. 6 aar. T a f 0 CIolIt" a :........ 1 X r 1
devil shook .
that .
but there are many ," I've taken over National long shuddering sobs c..ti. H..leI I C fI- 2 v' .. -' 1,. ,
holW .
el1\ons. head to 6rwwNeg S we.. ...pa tw kMrr .' w 7 ''t
The devil slender frame from news ., 0 Ii ;
Is the her 1.
great It's the biggest 0 Nrw 1 X
eneral Weekly. Ho........'.. _.. ..I 11-' M...r I'or11II1) MtW'lno./ r
who directs the activities I've ever done and a foot. Junior Ho.. Ida M tk.f.)-.l T-. 0 dunlar; .IUht, 8 :.H4I1"o" 0 11,. r
thing .
'f Nd.ll'Ia .
'' tor .
an ... f',: { '
army of evil "Pints. The called for Some days later, she was sitting _I krN X { hd1
:devil situation developed that CtaNialadN I p MaNClurfe" tow 0 H.... o 1,.
T d
is not omn-Present.| The devil having to close the deal In Ha- In the living room of her small Mo e.all/ I "... 0 1I..d I'e .) '.. 0 .....rrdr/ aMWn" .. IX 9 ''r .."'1 .
my wn .
annot be serving teto Joan O..dI load ) -2 ,.... ; ..' NrWM lrr 1r '
everywhere at the same You see in his eager- apartment (1 T> C lwwbb I ) Illwtn4/N.aM:,. '
vana. i; ., .
m '
bllt ParpalUiodM! M"9001. ..Ihft.dor 1.rf Moaa'/ 1 1
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he has soldiers C ratal res. It had been easier 0 ... a X
enough .
; ness phrases all tumbled together, (W..UT) _I T "' .1ct..1.1" W IM NgdtwanaaeLfle, tor
to to Joan than to dodge ... I 0 + ''Il..aaea
end see
iiarray make him practl- discovered that Han the Plolaiial ywPraviMlT 1I..tI.b lrr lwfhr 1-
Whltey Farm -2 ,-. 0 Trl le... 1,
omnl-present as far as this House, they're publishers, you the Importunate girl forever. But Btorl.. I Tear 0 Aa1Metk.r\ lr III n.'nti;"Irrr: 1). t: '' ti ,.
'orld' i Is concerned. The only per- and the last hour had been a trying II", ... leer I II Tear 0 T"" .- lrr A -1iNrIt A"'cU/t' ..' .,.. 1:
who Is know that, were investigating with Joan firing question _,..... A..rlrall. safe Is the Christian Underwood, he's the owner ordeal True Ce I T.... COlI.... -01 2,.. Waauny 1 rr + '
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'ho recognizes: until. Linda felt ._ .slWal.men. 1 .J... S d i ,
the existence of gesture madeit after question W : d 1/- 0 Th, hr P B CIaMwf 1 X
he devil and who II' not Ignorant Her contemptuous that she thought him child- that with one more, she would \ore-ch ctf ....r wwh.lolronlr' .. ........ a .,......Aa II..at 2 P' Lrarbdyy kale)wy, 1,. 1 '1
"f plain vbtllowt < 1 .
his devices her guest's "f Tnut 5 nr "If jia *IM < C Ioullllll t t
the and< who relies upon ishly transparent. gladly wring young ."ta"oa' .*. //t
to power of the conquering Christ "Won't even try to under- neck I' Med... M.chaajj i Urt 11.... { ;pi ,
Overcome his "ataillc majesty. ( stand?" he you pleaded angrily. "I "Mr. Campbell to see you, ma'- Am.rleaa Out I t v...w. / 1 ) t
.emernber, If Ellen said from the doorway.The I JD.Iwat.r
there .
ia not a perBol1al could make It all clear to you am. I 1 iTw
devil, then Jesus Christ was little English! maid bad been PbTW.uitur ,
said with unre-
lelltPted "It is clear she her I GENTLEMENi I EncloN $ PU... S.n M* !
by to accompany }
a Bin Principle in His "Everything'sperfectly slavishly wiling '
awn\ nature. We must either be- lenting frigidness." new mistress to the ends of the I 0 Otf-r No. 1 0 OU.r N.. 2 D OH.r N.. 3 Q Ofl.r' No. 4 :r

lice. III a personal devil or a sinful Bitterness clear.shadowed his face. earth, if need! be. I am efceUa the n.9.ala.stlaa desired with a yt eta' sob.crip8lr II r ,Y

hrlll The Bible teaches that don't care to be- "Mr. Campbell ?" Linda frowned. I la 7Ouf paper L f
there "You mean you
la a well It might be the .
"I don't
Jelua devil and that lieve anything I tell you evenif j
of f Chrillt was thaccepted sinless Son It's the truth." storage man. She rose. "Excuse Nun.
Cod the
her voice slashedat 1 me Joan. She walked Into I .
"I mean
him" you haven't touched on I entrance hall. Then her fingers ; e / : ..lrB.r.DTown _. I a. 4. RH '
tentacles, for Van
Texas bas as to why MU. curled into Icy
$:3,000! a bequest of the minor point standing there, leaning against J
from a Rhode Island woman Wilson was In your room .at two was I and SutB s

fO''*&, a Study ,of Thomas .Jef- o'clock In the morning. the"Please wall. don't blame Ellen," he . .. . . 11l /
"I know
Davis Abraham_ Lincoln and ..Jefl'1Ion that Van looks dropped bad."miserably. said quietly. "I made her do it. ... t ':,,' /Y ti

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: : : Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Raucous WHERE sound IS wagons THE MAN continueto

blare forth everything In the
1877ME.M.BER realm of music from "Wahoo" to
"Nearer My God To Thee" but

y still, little more than four weeks Mister Veteran !

sj FLORIDAPRfiSS ASSOCIATION before the first primary, the gen-
eral public remains In an unusual
', \ : 1935 state of indifference toward our

i r' r... au'a.4: 74ti ; 12 _' gubernatorial candidates and their
varied assortment of platform
I. -blished--We kl on'Fridays' and" Entered as Second Class I planka. INVEST YOUR BONUS

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida 1t I Up until now Starke voters have

.. -- -- .. -- .. been given an opportunity to hear f IN ONE OF THESE FARMSWe
-- -

t E. L. Matthews __ ___ __ ______ __ Editor and Owner Paty Caldwell., Petteway Burton, Cone Chappell, Hodges, Gau, have several Improved Bradford County Farms ranging

-- -- .-- -. --. ---- ----.--. '- tier, Carter and Lewis--a.1I'except SUM from twenty to three hundred acre*. Priced\ from $5110 I .10
P 3000. Terms of 20% cash balance as long an 20 la .?
t SUBSCRIPTION RATE four of the men who have qualifiedIn years, *
; Interext. Let us show you these'propertied. You do not 9mie to wait, we can trade today. Prices mi,*
i Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance the governorship race. never\ be lower. Call WILSON REALTY CO., STARKE or Forrest E. Davies, St. Augustine.
Those candidates who were fortunate
Advertising: Rates on Application LAND BANK OF
.. -- -- -- enough to hit here on -
-- have naturally enjoyed speak. .. .
Remember Mother's Day Sunday.o Ing to the largest audiences Only ""< L' ; :_:'::''' :,'.' -: '1\\'.": : :"..::,," :;. :...:' _":' ,\1'i'J': \ I' :' ":,::'::_:.',:":'" .,: .::;. :::; : ::-: :H-' : '":; :;:.:-. : ':: :. ':;:".11 ,: ',: >':--:" ,:" ",','.\':: '''::'' "''''
Paty--on his second appearance -

here recently-and Jerry Carter A HOUSE, A TRAIN AN IRATE ing shot. It hit the bullseye. Later Fourth of July.
t Wonder if Olive Oyl's Jeep could pick the next Governor? seem to have been successful in train may ,
DRAMA the fined the throttle
ENGINEER FIGURE major unlucky at the depot aa !
I week. long as it II'
0-- overcoming the apathy of a TOO LATE (Continued From Page One) Jerker $10 for omitting In his to and no one will know ,Jratf

day crowd. fright, to give three toots before -- ...
I Funny how uninteresting the other fellow's troubles can I Perhaps the Indifference ui__ the TO CLASSIFY goes by! Glt a move on you and backing up, and the conductor saw Farm

be voters Is caused by the fact that back up!" to It that he got a full set of demerit Sale Announce

1 -0 so far there have been no sen atlonal < B,. IIUSSBML K\T And he backed so quick till a mark for disobeying the The Wilson Realty
Issues projected Into the .ref.PT. "'.r'.. Pr_. A..... Book/of Rules. Company t
i Wonder where Al] Smith is walking] ? We haven't heard gang plank from the depot plat- week announced the sale of u,
that the
campaign- nothing aver-
form to a box car was jerked to After having worn her corpora L. Underhill place near Lo
!' much about him lately.If age man can sink his teeth Into and The biggest laugh' of the week the ground, together with a negro tion garments for twenty-five. Bridge to W. J. arid, M w LI

'0" work up a sweat over. Candidatesfor for me was when the sound wagonof brakeman, the conductor, a truck years, Raiford got tired of them, of Fort Myers. The new 0 wt

fellow smiling the chances are that he is a the most part have been con- a certain gubernatorial candidate and a barrel of syrup "Now you threw. them away,. put on her plan to do general truck farm!
: you see a tent to use the warmed-over issues went by my office playing stay right there till I give you i night-cap and went to sleep. The and raise livestock The '
, candidate who has no opposition. of other years Including such' familiar that tuneful melody "I'm BuildingUp permission to leave, and don't you I village is now the quietest imaginable belonged to the Federal Land proP<

,'1, 0 items as lower taxes, $5 automobile For An Awful Let Down" forglt it," was the marshal' part- -as silent as Starke on the of Columbia.
tags nod adequate school ...
Wonder what Haile Selassie thinks right now about the funds. There are, of course,'a few Out of the mouths of babes and
loud '
efficiency of the League of Nations new wrinkles, with Paty'a bitter speakers:
denouncement of the two-job legislators And it ,wa n.t five minutes before
o l and Burton's attack on the the blah-buggy of a rival candidate
Add similes: : As scarce as parents who think the neigh duPont Interests. turns the corner, and whileit

bors' children are brighter than their own. Perhaps a turn of events yet to may not have been premeditated
anyhow It was playln' "Goodie
o come will stimulate Interest and "
The Mount Dora tells about who some one of the many candidates Goodie. a G llQ$0
Topic a man was sot who have already spoken here It looks like some of the candidates :

tender-hearted his wifs couldn't get him to beat a rug.o' might return to address a larger ought to Invest a portionof '1rb-O DJ j

and more enthusiastic audience. If their alleged fifty thousand fora y koa

., Does it like that feverishly this should happen, then more capable "program director" or
seem a year ago you were to the lucky man. A hearty the first thing you know a screech- MOLDS -fl ._ .

writing those letters and sending dimes to everyone you ever power Interest in politics Is a good sign chariot will nimble by to the tune to U D\ 't1NCt\Or.( or .

". heard of? I that all is right with Mr. Voter, of "Hallelujah, I'm A Bum." + t Kk4IKGy' A t MOST>\ ONUSUAtINOOSrtW /' -

i. : 0t : and we are ready and waiting to And with the first primary less CANNC.DP .

see a little dust kicked up. than a,,.month off, there still seems '9KfSAA""
\\t A man with a lazy son says "Future Farmers" are all --d-- to be as many answers to "Who'sgonna vX '

I ;w I right, but he wishes he had one who would do a little worki' MRS. ROOSEVELT'S SPUNK be the next governor?" as '41 Sp1GEOGf M IsA ,
':;'> right now Mrs Roosevelt's spunk Is to be I there are candidates seeking the C100.EME .

U:I !"',' admired. i office. But the..question is louder V A 6v
.I'' 0 She has refused to let herself be and funnier if you turn It 'round i :'
/'" There are only two public enemies left in the country and Intimidated by a fanatical elementIn and ask "Which eleven guys ain't
iffi.i\ at the rate the government is cleaning them out, those two the South that Is always seeking gonna be?" '

: '' won't last long. to project race hatred and prejudice Accordln to all reports "Home- Ls- .
: aa an issue Into national pollIca. stead Bill" Hodges is runnln' likea ---.s- w -U----
f. .,' y 0 hydrant and la sure to be in the ,

: t Some folks think what money could do to develop the i When questioned about a photo 'second primary, but the questionof

'.1 ", beauty of Kingsley Lake. Others prefer it the way it is now graph of herself and two negroes who his sparrln' partner will be &
I, I.'. ;,' Why gild the lily? which was taken recently, the Is somethin' to pull hair about.
j \ !f l lJ First> Lady said: "I had no objection Jerry Carter la drawin' healthy '
.j\ !! to Its being taken, and I haveno crowds. Paty made a whale of an "1tt-- .
J l'' i A noted doctor says that labor is a cure for insanity lie objection to it now." Impression In ;Tampa the other $
1i oy\Q" ""_
night and looks good, then there'aChappell
i'I p, must be right for you seldom hear of any one being crazy She recalled the circumstances ,Toityasello, Burton and A1P.i.IH'; +n CAW. OV p t+ 'R'GA'' 1
under which it was taken: She 1 G CROW -OJN& OIL,
: about his work. .... p *
i : two or three there that aren'tgoln' _-
went to make a speech at Howard .A"PR.:2.: I
backwards but most every.
0 University, college in Washington _
'r negro
gH ,;: A good quarrel] in the home may clear the air once in awhile supported by the Federal one agrees that Hodges, a jockey
who knows alt(, the tricks Is still
C N a writer says. And If it's good enough it might even government. The group she was out in front and holdln the pole
addressing sent two officers from
clear the house. with "Homestead Amendment"and
the colored CCC to meet herat
will be hard to overtake.
{ : 0I the place where her automobilewas
J :\} One maintains that talk ]less parked and escort her up the Meanwhile the cabinet races are
V I "t1 V judge lawyers standing up. steps to the meeting hall. beglnnln' to develop heat. In the

I How about a national movement for the removal of all chairs state Treasurer's melee a story got rRrwp ew re.wei.eoww
"They treated me with the ut IIfNArISGp'D
out last week that Knott plannedto
tit : from court rooms? most re pect,'and walked out with 0/tlNCrSVlHi: FLORIDAthe
: withdraw In favor of Getzen at
4'{ Mrs. Roosevelt said. "The
II' 0 me,
f I the last minute. But that is a lot
hf. It seems to be the general] opinion that will be no pardon photo was taken as It would have of hooey and I nominate whoever
been taken In any other place ,
; j'' ;If for Mark Powell this time. Evidently the rules are three where I was making a speech." started le-putter-outer.It as campaign's And speakln best of

a' :''I4 j' murders and you're out. Mrs. Roosevelt Is the wife of the Getzen, from all reports he's sllpjln' -

t ilk: 0 PresIdent, the man sworn to protect like a worn out "clutch while

i t ; ff""'Ilf So far no candidate's sound wagon has serenaded voters the rights of American citi- Ted Lancaster Is comln' up from The RATTLESNAKE CANNKRY. at Arcadia, manufacture of anti-venim,, and mocajim

zone, white, black, or any other behind like a run-away horse, so Florida, i la without doubt one of the moat unusual venom, which is being used in medicine.
l with that beautiful] ballad entitled "I Don't Stand A Ghost .
tj 'i color Who can Imagine the It begins to look like $ir. Getzen Industries in the world!Iller. in this strange
:: '' of A Chance\ With You." scene that would have been created could go ahead and plan a fl hin' Florida factory which has been In constant opera- The above tank car of AMERICAN GROWS
.\ had she refused to walk with the trip as soon as the first primary Is TUNG from Florida in
'V>> II \ o tion since May,1932, every part of the rattlesnake OIL, shipped Gainesville,

,1 I' ''' i ;: One exchange says there is nothing basically wrong in have negro been officers started? Bloody on less race pretext wars over Is utilized. Choice, tender rattlesnake meat is the 1932 marked the beginning of quantity shipment
;. .I!I ; 1 Colin English is steadily gaining chief product. but other parts of the snake are I in one of Florida's most promising Industries. Mr
a country where the outs can raise a million dollars to prove than that.
.. r c''r' ground In the race for.Superintendent used also In making a wide, variety of object H. W. Bennett, of Gainesville president of tin
{ there has been no recovery Occasional contact with colored of Public Instruction, and at I
book American Association predicts
1aol" .," citizens of Is a duty Belts covers and lamp shades are constructed Tung Growers ,
our country
c I the moment to be the
fat'f; .V, ., t't'o- that the President and his. wife one that Mr.seems Cawthon needs only to from the skin while attractive souvenirs and $100,000,000 business in the tung oil market ,
,: '' ;' 1 fit Hoover has been named an honorary member of an explorer's cannot gracefully escape. We ad- worry about. ornament are made from the skull skeleton, teeth Gainesville, which Is in the midst of some 15,000

+:. .IQin.'I.'I. ] society. Perhaps he won the distinction looking mire Mrs. Roovelfs frankness In Old Jim Lee keepe right on col- and rattles. Two of the most useful by-products acres of Tung Oil orchard. is the American cen

dii,JV ; around for Republican votes. handling the situation and her refusing lectin' taxes just like he didn't of this unique industry, which Is operated by I ter of the Industry and now ships Tung Oil to all
I to compromise. with her bigoted ,.. "*.
know there was an election on and George K. End. are rattlesnake w-' > of the world.

,&! o critics.EXPERIENCE. since that's what we're payin' him .
"Woman Driver Breaks Neck By Turning Head in Unusual -- to do It ought to Insure another --

rl V Position."-Headline. She must have seen a $5 dress in IN GASTRONOMY term.Mayo
i I Those who have undergone a looks like a sure bet and
t? a window marked down to $4.98. .
I fraternity initiation In college wUl while Buddy Bishop Is still tryln'

t ; o enjoy the following little story from all the reaction I !can get, it

a, ( They have just held a political] rally at Bullfrog Creek from the New Yorker: looks like he was just was tin' his

t, 0 t in Hillsborough County. How could] they tell the croaking "When the advantages of a college time.
education are being challengedon So far Bentley hasn't built much
i y of the frogs from that of the candidates? every hand It is comforting to of a fire under Landls In the At-

o discover a man who Is satisfied torney General race, and while Ed
that his most useful accomplishment has lots of friends and connections,
ld i A lot of candidates talk about "cleaning house" at Tallahassee ] a
Is one he learned at his uni- Landls la well entrenched and after 1
i+ but they dont say what kind of furniture they're versity. We refer to a man who It'. all over I imagine that the last

lJ lJ'V' t going to move in to take the place of the old. enchants his friends and acquain- door on the left in the capital cor-
tances by placing a whole raw egg ridor will still be Mr. Landis' of
o In his mouth, crushing It, letting It ,
ki Farley] says that the Democrats cannot fight with a slip down his. throat, then chewingup flee.But one guy slttln' on top of the

i, S'V ghost and that the Republican party is the nearest thing he's and swallowing the shelL Onetime well known world la Bob Gray,
; when he waa being initiatedInto Secretary of State with nobody to
V seen to a ghost since Shakespeare wrote Hamlet.
his fraternity, he was compelled run against but himself.
o to swallow a whole egg. and Those who are interested enough

The Montreal] Star says another example of wasted effort he sort of got into the awing of I to listen are sure to get a large via springtime

t Is the love-stick swain who writes poems to his fiancee's the thing and now does It frequently earful during the next few weeks, highwaysAll
In the after-dinner manner" but take my advice and don't take
All entdoora Invites
eyebrows while she is at home plucking them out. Aa one who has suffered the I any of it too seriously In other Welawaye tIarow91a dogwoeddet.os.d you to ta-avel Spriagtuno coby War 0.. Ted>

0 I egg-chewing: : I ordeal, we.hasten to words, don't walk away from a Too can so. -.. oajoy moro whon you
A magician accompanying a politician here ]last week add that this la one or tile milderphases speaker's, platform.without count- lr.ftl1rr1 bus...Florid Motor l ia.. and Grey JACKSONVILLE --.--$ .80 Si 45

buttons from shirts and then come back on I of fraternity Initiation. i In' your change. nonnd ...... awute sMcttr Brat claan. d....... DAYTONA BEACH __..__.._ 2.43 4'45
made disappear ,There are others. that we feel our I And remember, the moat Import able ...-. Your cboieo ol many aconiaiMtoa ST. PETERSBURG __...._ 3.80 590
would like to a man who could do digestive system could never be- ant "X"
Most marks
will make
any woman marry you on sad 470
nnUmitod .
atopovor nrMlogoa .aTAMPA ._
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that. come accustomed to. no matter your ballot won't be for a, governor -.. *4 no extra ....
how amusing they might prove to or a cabinet member but for the NEW YORK _._______..16.20

0'ly our frlenda. One harrowing experience -I Senator and representatives from CINCINNATI _...____._:.30.96 1993

Irony of fate: Newspaper reporters have been seeking an In the line of diet that I your district you select to repre- CHICAGO _?._.__._.._..16.43 2313

"' a interview with Greta Garbo for years and when she finally stands out in our memory .la being sent you at Tallahassee, they are DOLLAR A DA T. MEALS INDIANAPOLIS _?._...__13.23 2333
+' them couldn't think of forced to chew a slab of raw liver the boys that REALLY can do MM stops eo florid Motor USM andCrerbottd
consented it surprised so they any
that had been liberally smeared what all those,,.other candidatesare L,.. ..... Wo* earofoUT
questions to ask her. with asafoetlda. Try that on your tryln' to kid you In to think- loctod at cbotco r.*dido. UTOTM w UNION BUS STATION

T o palate some time. In', they will do for you.pon't ..... .
M ..a.! -. Yo sea get fH. ... 120-W
Here's another good argument against war from a wo- are closely-packed that send a man to the legislature Ioioas asoale-sweaUMt hasdsesei .... Opp. Court House Phone
you wouldn't trust with
man writer's viewpoint: "We don't want American boys going I together in Hong Kong than, In join checkln' account or be coo1 a- dams--4Nsllaq sto< ever a doIW a d.1'. MRS E. H. SMITH. Agente

off to war and coming back with foreign wives. Too many any other listed. area In the world.'I I 1 tent to have lookln' after your bua- A.pIe ... Ii. plea N ..,.,. ......

V : American girl. were left behind with, broken hearts in the I The,density of population in that I I I toess and your family U anything
area I 1.2,181 person to the squaremile. happened to you. Think that.over
k war I I i before make
you your mark.

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