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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 22, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLt'Ef"lf1'SBRADFORD'S EVEN-_ --- ---- ------- -- ---.---- _. _. ____ __ ___ _ST.\.RKE_ _. FLORIDA.___. __ FRIDAY_ IyAY -22'..1936_. .._.._ _____ _. _______ ___. ____ ..__ .. .. NUMBER. TWESTV-NIN: __


ALLOTMENTTO GREEN SPEAKSIN CLERK'S OFFICEMOVES ABSENTEE :
COURT DECISIONVON'T PRIMARY

SCHOOL, FUND IS THIS WEEKTO VOTING BEGAN AT !


TRUCK CROPS ANNOUNCED KNOTT BY 38TOWNS NEW COURT ADDITIONOF HOUSEAt \ HALT JUDGE'S THIS WEEKTen OFFICE I BALLOT ISLENGTHY


State Treasurer! W. V. Knott yes least four pc 'i>le In Bradford absentee votes have been J

I terday announced the distribution County are well qualified. as con- cast by Bradford County residents It
[INCREASE$7flOOflOO of 6696.45 to Bradford County as testants who can tell you that W. P. A.Bradford who will be out of the county dur- I ,

its share of the $1,000,380.35( allot- moving the complete equipment of ing the Juno 2 primary accordingto I

ted by the state to the common the Clerk of Circuit Court's officeIs an announcement from Judge E. 1

Gains I schools. Ends Itinerary HereOn no worse than following dicta- Projects K. Perryman yesterday morning
The appointment put the total tion from a woman in spring housecleaning I "Ballots have been forwarded to One Hundred And

City In for the year well above the $9OOO- Saturday {Will AllContinue fifteen out-of-state voters of Brad

000 promised to the schools as the The clerk's office was moved ford County." the judge said, "and I Twenty Candidates

FloridaCOUNTY state's contribution for the current Evening Monday and Tuesday and he Is returns are anticipated] within the Qualify ,' t .

term.It now located the second door down next few days." : ; 4

I CONTRIBUTES was indicated as possible that DRAWS LARGE CROWD AT the main hall in the addition to 26.000 BEING EMPLOYED The judge warned that closing ,I

[JOOOOOO PINTS BERRIES schools will receive another allot- GAINESVILLE TUESDAY Bradford County's court house. A. NOW IN FLORIDAFlorida's : dates for out of State absentee. GOVERNOR'S; RACE HAS

ment of funds during the year, but J. Thomas, the clerk said this week voting Is May 26 and out of county -''LONGEST; LIST OF< NAMES

Bradford County enjoyed one of no estimate was made as to the Speaking: before enthusiastic political that he was much relieved In his Works Progress Ad- voting May 29. I flft-;; rh., .

the best seasons than any In the audiences In more than thir new office space, and surplus room ,ministration program now employ- I I A ballot Inches long, four

five years, with an approxl- I ty-eight towns in the Second Con- Is now In quantity In the large of- Ing more than 26.000 persons will columns wide, with one hundred 'a

past nate shipment of 3.376.025 plntarfsirawberries amount.WELFARE gressional district, Congressman fice space which adjoins a vault not be halted by the recent decision 240ITVOTERS land twenty names, will be handed "i,

bringing In returns R. A Green will bring this week's room, for county records even of the District of Columbia Courtof I Bradford County voters In the ,
u
rf more than $24 ,279 to growers speaking Itinerary to a close here larger than the actual office Appeals, it was announced yesterday : Democratic: primary of June) 2. A !-

I this county. The season while Saturday evening at 8:30: 0'6:1ock. I In the Jacksonville State Will Vote sample of the ballot Is being run .

I officially rf closed, Isn.t actually end- To Attend District when he will address In the busi- I headquarters of the WPA. in this Issue of the Telegraph

I atyet. aa a few of the farmers are ness district what Is expected to PULITZERPrize I The court's decision declared the I The longest list of candidates for d
local be a record crowd of Bradford JUNE 2 any state office of course Is con
telling strawberries through MEET FRIDAYEILEEN $4.880,000.000& work relief bill of I stituted by fourteen candidates t V
channels with a few crates moving County voters. 1935 unconstitutional, but Malcolm'
I and Rep. Green who last week WinningBOOKjUIERE seeking the governorship, and a
by truck from here Lawtey.In returned J. Miller Regional representative, close follow-up for a single state
a preliminary report, the from Washington has worked in a conference in Jacksonville SMALL INCREASE
office Is Comptroller and State
I}Florida State Marketing bureau BLACKEY WILL strenuously for re-election said that he bad been advised by SINCE 1932 IS Schoo' Superintendent where four

|bu estimated Florida fruits. and SPEAK AT GREEN campaigning successfully for the WPA headquarters in Washington RECORDED seek each office.

(vegetables for the 1935-33 season COVE MEETING past eight days, which will have that this did not have any bearingon "

I bad a gross value of $85,477,194, taken him over a large portion of I the operation of the works organization (For president of the United '

I u Increase of J7.744.441 over last, his district, and Including some of I LOCAL LIBRARIAN HAS ( In the state. Twenty-four hundred Bradford States In a preferential contest,
Mrs. Edward Bums, local Social the largest cities In the Second I County citizens will' clamor at the I I President Franklin D. Roosevelt Is y
yucThe recorded de- Welfare worker; will attend a district. ORDERED OTHER" "BEST Following a conference with E. polls In eight precincts In a little being opposed 1 by Joseph A, Cou-
was
Increase I A. Pynchon, State Works Progress shorter than two weeks time from
meeting of District Five Board of tremarsh, who qualified several
of 12.4 cent Tuesday evening In the court
reduction
a per I administrator Miller
spite Representative now to mark "X" to
the of
an right
carload volume. Social Welfare, in Green Cove house at Gainesville Con weeks ago with Secretary of State ,
li tie total square the fund
Many readers, also numerous Indicated that was their favorlto candidate's name,
Springs where a staff meeting is R. A. Gray. '
credited with the Green addressed one of
Citrus was gressman authors, believed that "The Vein originally allocated to Florida
which will
bring victory In some
for all workers Out of the lengthy list of candi
being arranged
riM ID values, showing a gain of the largest audiences of voters to would continuation
of Ellen wouldbe of
Iron by Glasgow( permit a Instances and yet mean no more '
from ten counties which comprise dates on the ballot, fifteen are
$12365,548$ over last year. assemble during the current cam- the Pulitzer prize winner for employment at the present rate than defeat to other
The will seeking Bradford offices
district. County
the meeting
The gross value of citrus was paign to greet any candidate. It 1936, while others, believed that until the end of the fiscal year, : '
deal with instructions to caseworkers Harold C. Wall supervisor of and two for State Senator from the
atimated at $59,163,299 for 28.- was estimated that about three "Honey In the Horn1" by H..L. Da- ending June 30, or until further a
In taking applications and registration, yesterday said that Fifteenth Senatorial district, co>m r
thousand heard the
9(7913 boxes, less by 4,267,941 persons rep vis, was in for the prize awarded provisions are made I
boxes than the 1934-35 production. administering relief to the needy resentatlve's talk, whose endorse- however, the latter 'the registration books were com- prised of Bradford and Union 3 \
annually, won. .
in each county, Miss Eileen Black- plete and closed with exactly 2- i Counties; they are Charley E.
Commenting, the bureau said ment of the Cross-State Canal, and Mrs. H. H. librarian this
of Young ,449 Bradford residents having their Johns and M. J. Bapp.
'lie! net on tree returns this year ey. State Supervisor Training consistent advocating of paymentof week Invites local readers to read BEAN SHIPMENTS
the and I i names legally registered thereon A number of others are runningIn
will preside over meeting
for rail and boat shipment was the bonus have won him hearty both books and make their own decision -
which lecture to the workers acclaim. BEGIN showing an Increase of thirteen the various districts for county'
approximately $18,664,012 "The Vein of Iron" is
It by fat the best season we have Mrs. Joan Thompson and Mrs. Some of the larger cities and at the; local library and "HoneyIn now I BRADFORD FARMERS SHIP 'registering voters becoming since of the legal 1934 age and' school commissioners board. and members. of the '
primaries. -
bid In the prior five years duringwhich Luella Graham of Union Countywill towns Included In Mr. Green's Itinerary The Horn," will arrive this 600 HAMPERS DURING .

time the average was $6- attend also with Mrs. Burns. this week are Lake City, week according to recent notice. WEEK -

116674. Such, an increase In the + Madison, Perry, and Jasper. He Other books Included in a recent Those qualified to vote by pre- DYER TO AID'' '

Bet-on-tree-return-to growers is "A TALE OF will address Union County voters order from the Starke Library are: More than five hundred hampersof !cinct are as follows:

something to be proud of." Saturday at 6:30: before entering Of Time and The River, by Thomas beans of both the round and North Starke 800; South I IN SIGN-UP WORKHE

The volume was divided as follows TWO CITIES"WILL Starke for his evening address Wolf; Life With flat varieties, were shipped from Starke S39; Lawtey 6; Brook-

:Rail and boat shipments, 18,* .-- Thomas Day; A Woman Name Bradford County this week, according er-223; Hampton-173; New Riv WILL EXPLAIN ; V '

4794113 boxes; trucked out. 3770400 ,- BE AT Smith, by Mantes Conway Denier; to several farmers from er--88; Graham-70; and Thereasa HOW BLANKSThe TO FILL OUT at if

boxes; canned -3365.000 RITZ THEATRE SWEARINGENHERE Early Candlelight by Lovelance; the Starke and Brooker sections. -68. '

boxes; and consumed within the SUNDAY TUESDAYSMALL Giants of The Earth, by Rolvaag. From Brooker, It was said, that To accommodate voters Tax farmers of Bradford Coun 1 ,

Mate, 2.453,000 boxes. more than three hundred hampersof Collector C A. Knight's office, remained ty are being offered an opportunity r y,
The value of vegetables and With the amazing total of 112 AUDIENCE Mrs. Young said that fifty books the round variety of beans were open until 12 o'clock Sat- of signing up In the new Soil

ion-citrus crops wa estimated at speaking parts In the screen play, GREETS NASSAU borrowed from the State Library shipped, mostly by truck. The remainder urday night, as that was the last/ Conservation! program this week.
would be returned June 1. Those
P>.OOOOOO, some $3.000,000 less "A Tale of Two Cities, starring CANDIDATEVan coming from other sections day to pay poll taxes and qualify. Since no county agent has been /} p
to read these books have
Ronald Colman, sets an all-time wishing of the + .. employed In this county, and the h }
than last year. The volume was county.It ?----- --- ----- i
record for size of a motion picture C. Nassau only a limited number of days to I closing date for signing the r 1
Swearlngen, preliminary
aUmated at 49. '9 carloads, as do she reminded. was stated that the future
,
cast It comes to the Ritz Thea- so PENSION SURVEYIS work sheets. Is L. T.
compared with 57,306 carloads for County candidate for State Comptroller outlook for the truck crop season! near
the 1934.35 season. tre Sunday and Monday as one of spoke here Tuesday beforea from Bradford was one of the bestin BEGUN Dyer county agent Union County, $

Cross! fob. returns for beans, the year's greatest achievements. small but enthusiastic crowd of School Election Held several years, with a large acre- has consented to supervise the
Ronald Colman one of filmdom'smost Bradford County voters in the business SEVENTY COUNTY CLIENTSTO work In this county. a
celery and tomatoes, which ac- An election in the Hellbron Special age of beans, sweet corn and cucumbers -
ount for more than fifty per cent distinguished stars creates district of the city. school tax district, No. 14, maturing. Cucumber BE INTER. Local men who have been trained -
Car-
of the value of all vegetables ship- the Immortal role of who Sydney rises to Mr. Swearlngen was the only Monday to disclose whether it I shipments have begun from Brook VIEWEDMrs. I by Mr. Dyer will assist the far d

ped out of Florida, brought average ton, the of wastrel dramatic sacrifice. Elizabeth candidate for any office who filled would be divided Into three special er and farmers report a good price Edward Burns, has begun mers In filling In the information. q .
prices above last year, it was heights a speaking engagement here school tax districts Nos. I for them. about their farms on the work '
of Lucie 10 15, r
has the role of who
Allan a survey seventy cases are
I'I'lIated. Manette, the tragic heroine. A this week. and 16, was held, according to a I The bean prices have held up applicants for existence pensions sheets. These men will be on hand tat
I the Court House Starke
;
from the office of moderately the
supporting cast Includes Basil report Superin 1 during passing sea to be sponsored by the County '.
"'Fools' O'Steen's Store, Brooker and City
;
Is the common tendent A. J.
NURSING COUNCILTO Rathbone, Edna Mae Oliver, Donald gold" Griffis. The resultsof son. Commissioners and the Federal
others. name for Iron pyrite. It can be the election will not be determ- 4> and Hall, Lawtey, on Thursday Friday
and government are now
Woods, many county
MEETWILL distinguished from real gold by the ined until after the June meetingof A cow started the Chicago fire, clients, receiving commodities from and Saturday this week.

Tuesday and Wednesday of next odor of sulphur It gives off under the Board when the ballots will but maybe she wasn't one of the the social welfare At a meeting In Starke last Sat- p :
DISCUSS PLANS week brings to the Rita "Ship heat. be canvassed. contented kind. headquartershere. urday, R. S. Dennis and Mr. Dyer :

FOR SUMMER Cafe", with Carl Brisson and Ar- I explained the new program to the e..

ACTIVITIESA line Judge. Mrs. Burns explained that later farmers. They stated that Congress

One of the most delightful com- cases that were relief clients, and had passed the Act and made 1 r

regular meeting of the Bradford edy dramas of the season, "Times I State Political Reflections I not receiving help from the county the appropriation for the work;

County Public Health Nun- Square Playboy." a Warner'Bros I will be interviewed with a possibility that the Secretary of Agriculturewith t
ID<* at the City production, will be shown at the becoming eligible the assistance of farmers had

Ball, In the county nurse's office, Ritz Thursday and Friday of next old age pensions made up the plans and now It la "J 4A
ilday May 29, at 7:30: o'clock it week. Adapted from the George Compiled by Russell Kay and Released ful organization and strong Washington Ing his being high man and contending -----.- being offered to the farmers. It Irl y

was announced this week by Mrs. M. Cohan Broadway stage hit, the Through the F. N. S. I connections, his chances they will be In the run-off Infant Deaths Lowest takes the place of the old AAA. ,al '

<*Mie Hickok, county health Is packed with hilarious Public sentiment for the past ten : cannot be discounted and he will with him.Reports. contracts, but Is much more liberal i''

IUrae. screen play romance, some Intense days has centered on the coming ; poll his share of the votes. Present from territory recently)] Florida's Infant mortality rate In Us provisions. Every farmer '
laughs, struggle for the seat of the late : antagonism to the Governorand covered B. F. candidatefor during 1935 was 62 per 1,000 live
According to Mrs. Hickok, the dramatic moments. and lively music by Paty may participate In it If he wishes "
Park Trammell In the his admlnsitratlon fanned to births. and the figures were the
Senator ,
from West Palm
"Wing will will be made for a
be held for a special Starring in this picture are governor Payments i
disc United States Senate. Five candi- flame by ante-administration gubernatorial Indicate that he Is lowest on record in the State except -
orators of the topic "A summer Warren William and June Travis. Beach, steadily reduction of acreage of soil( de- t,
dates have already announced- candidates, will fade and during 1932 when the rate 't 3
wind-up of pre-school age chilr" I- gaining ground many expressthe pleting crops, and another payment
." The nurse explained that three of them strong contenders, with the close of that campaignand belief that he will enter the was sixty-one, according to a state- will be made for acreage planted ,

J tie! round-up will Include a free DEATH RATE with Indications that democratic the Governor will hold his own second primary. ment Monday by Dr. Stewart O. to soil! Improvement crops. One 1 ,,. 5j r
examination ranks will be split wide open on the stump, for regardless of Thompson, director of the bureauof i i'
of each child who eaten GIVEN Equally confident on this pointare purpose of the Act Is to encourage ?
FIGURES
through the three-cornered fight what Ms enemies may say about vital statistics In Jacksonville.
school to their soil. The
next term. A local candidateswho farmers improve
half dozen other 1
for dominance between Doyle Carlton him, he Is an able campaignerwith a The report said that Bradford'srate +
JWclan will perform the exam- DISEASESIN soil Improvement payments range Y
Inations. DEATHS FROM I of Tampa Claude Pepper of a winning personality and his discount Paty and are pre- was listed as thirteen deathsto !
All children over six BRADFORDLOW from $1 to $2 per acre.
month. of age needing protection Tallahassee and Governor David accomplishments as governor are pared to prove their strength in seventy births. Every farmer In the county( Is 'L i '
Wist Sholtz. While Judge C. O. An. not all on the off aide of the ledger. r
diphtheria and smallpox this or that field as authority for I --- expected to sign the preliminarywork t
of Orlando and R. J Booneof He will be able to point out
may also secure It at this time. The following announcement released drews the claim that they will be In thereat I Cox Receives Honors sheet, Mr. Dyer says In order fi ,

1I"W. Hickok said In conclusion, by Mrs. Clennle Hickok, Miami have thrown their hats in numerous credible sufficient achievements number of the finish. Petteway of TampaIs Ralph H. Cox, of the State Prison to have a part In the program '
you the ring, most political observers and control a will
are Interested in such a reveals the I the In the future. If everyone
Ralford
county health nurse In making gains and will poll a Farm, was among
program discount their chances and have votes to keep his opponents a
please attend the meet- number of deaths from vartous ,' of mind. heavy vote; Carter who has been students of the University of Florida bring a list of his various crops i
bf their attention to an analysis fretful frame
and given
help us discuss plans." causes In Bradford County as com- gaining and losing In the race for at Gainesville, to receive a and acreage of each grown on his { a'
of the strength of the big three. this three-cornered struggle -: 1936 it will 'k
!loa fetentaUves from every sec- pared with the entire state for excellent With second place has made little head- Field Artillery commission and farm in 1935 and in ,

Unl or the county are expected to eleven months of 1935 Pepper, because Trammell of his In the In the offing, bringing with It 1 way the past week. Chappell still honors Tuesday when official com- facilitate matters In making out

accidents, State- showing against In state Demo missions 120 senior the work sheets Mr. Dyer ex*
Automobile certain dissention shows strength in certain quartersbut were presented
last race and the public sympathy ,1 ,
-. 605; Bradford County 5; pellagra. that contest, en- cratic ranks. Republicans are licking It Is not felt sufficient to insure cadet officers as second lieutenantsof plains.
aroused thorugh .
NEGRO STABBED State-162; Bradford County-1; favorite. Many papers their chops and feel that him a place in the second pri the Reserve Corps of the United
a
ters now as
Cancer all forms. State-1.264; have expressed editorially the chances are excellent for a Republican mary. Burton hamstrung with States Army, closing their college Population Census 1
AT RENO 1 tuberculosis for with one is getting careersDurden's. '
Bradford County- ; thought that the berth is rightfully victory, administration support military Half the people living in Florida
Bradford. County. 1; contender, and and Is countedout
State-804; will strong' Republican nowhere generally i
ASSAILANT his and it Is certain that he were born In other states. Georgiacontributed '
LODGED IN diphtheria State fifty-four: Brad- receive strong support, not only the Democrats split three ways In spite of frantic efforts on ProposalA. nearly a quarter of a
COUNTY JAIL ford County, none. they feel they can win enough the part of supporters to push him
from his own section but throughout million of them, while Alabama ,
HERE -.- the state.Opponents. votes to put their man In. into the run-off. Cone of Lake A. Durden, candidate for rep I came a close second with 83650. ,

Otis Gubernatorial candidates who City, steadily plods. along. No resentative from Bradford County, for 1
Powell, The state population census
"Ia nabbed\ negro from Reno Receives Appointment however point will out had been enjoying the spotlight candidate has stauncher friends proposes If elected to Introduceand 1935, conducted by the Department! f e
day several times Thurs- received that this seeming strength and is desired to surprise manyIn advocate the passage of a bill "
Into the 6
II t by John Mrs. Edith Pierce, has whoIs found themselves pushed of Agriculture listed the population
Carlton,
er ner> Williams anothWtillanu appointment by the Board as StaffMSupervisor fade in a race against In south background. far as public Interest the final count who to date have providing that all State employeesIn as 1.6O6.842 with 1.139.603
entrenched
of the Old strongly concerned and for the pa.tweek given him little consideration. The the different departments of the and 4,574 d'
In charge was whites 463.205 n groes
was lodged In the Brad- the contest Is to replace -
InrIs Miss Florida since have attracted no last minute bombast of Tomasello government be selected on a pro ..
County She replaces or more classed as "other race..
Jail Survey. and
to Age
btatlon and await an InvesflOll8neq Elizabeth Pierce, who has been I* a south Florida man more attention than have candi will muddy up the water in some rata county unit basis. -, dSi 5
to
determine the se- since north Florida Is already represented to make .
but not enough
.
sections,
of Powell's transferred to Volusla County as Furthermore -I dates for cabinet or letter offices.The e Close To Speak
Injuries. I' Mrs. Edith Pierce was by Fletcher. position of Senator Wrn. C. much change In the situation. Burton To Speak
Round dtreTvisits Supervisor.Executive Secretary to the)"- point out the heavy in regard to the senate Heavy guns are trained on the old Zorah B. Close from the office 4;

Here : formerly Board vote Pepper received was more an Hodges has served to clear him of all senator from Leon and the battle Grady Burton Wauchula candi- of Col. J. M. Lee a candidate for d
the CityCountyWelfare ti-Trammel! than pro-Pepper and race 'to be date for will speak hereIn re-election as State Comptroller 1
at the moment seems governor ;
t\aor\\ c': oundtr e. Field Super- to 1933 In Gainesville. suspicion of administration tie-ups cry
:: the 'I from 1928 I thousands who supported PepperIn for him "Stop Hodges" with Tomasello as the business section Tallahassee, will speak this evening -
many
Emergency and all agree won
A Crop the last campaign will turn to the state, cheer leader, but the senator Is so afternoon beginning at : Saturday' (Thursday at the political
't
a tJ.or! Mrs. the orkntattve and Miss strengthening find that results against him will/ be terday from C. A. Futch. Burton's I made In recent addresses by p p _
I Bronson, had Today we
Alma J Crews,
BalD W. already
is 10Aaeo. ents.Then he
re with Governor Dave Sholta campaign manager In Bradford. his opponents. k 7 I ,
4 Gulf Hammock all candidates eoaued'L': nit
.: for .the Loans I Louise Hilton. practically
flog In the race, backed with a power.
19.
Tuesday, :May *

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.-.- ,.-- -- -- ---- -- BEACH ever Mrs. Brewers had passed I In anywise L" ,I". .

: SUNNY BROOK FARMMr RISING BOOTSEY'S away before her mother had reach- V MAI.M: I -
All
: j ( SAXTON BETHEL I SP..clal M>> I"
Edna Lewis Correspondent 1. GaakliM,, Correspondent ed her bedside. KNtOHT A
Miss ,
Mre. W. A. T, lee. ('............... Mm. Ralph' Oulnny., Correspondent ... O. E. Croaby, CorrespondentQuite Among those attending the funeral Attorneys for KNIOIIT Plair",n,

( friends a large crowd of young Elder and Mre. W. E. Hall of Mr Beadle Brewer Dies here of Mrs. Bead! Brewers 1i.la.It-G-22-29
T Nelson Andreu and
visiting
O. was Mr. and Mrs. Carl Saturday
-
vis- folks enjoyed the pound party given Green Cove Springs spent This community was saddened last Thursday .were: Mr. and Mrs.E. NOTU''J 0'PPUf"
In Sunday. Juanita, were 1'riox"FOR
Lawtey
little daughter home of Miss Nlta Kel- with Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hut- last Monday morning when the W. Rosier and family Mrs. Td.C bBBll:
at the
g', Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Norman of iting Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Colemanof (Seaale Bill
.
chison. reached here that Mr. Beadle Sullivan of Jack \a lair,
Holder and Mrs.
f news ,
Rising, was the guest of Lizzie Jacksonville .last week. ly recently. NOTICE IS HF./1FIly'
afternoon Messrs. Raiford and Raymond Mr. and Mrs Walter Underhill Brewers 28/ had passed awayat sonville Miss Mary Gasklns of ThAt Mrs J. Hrnn.i, I: \ "'I:

1 Tyler, and Sunday Mrs. W. A. Tyler attended Rev. L E. Lee has returned to Brown of Plant City, were visiting had as their guests Thursday Mr. her home In Winchester, Virginia Lake Wales, and H. F. Gaskins 7th Tan day Certiflcat'. N," ".'?". 1 j'i"''
Mr. after spendinga ot AU"II' t.,
his home In Tampa \ <
i their mother Mrs. Henry Brown and Mrs Lee Haltiwanger and son after a brief Illness. Cecil of Bartow.Mr. flied i
the Wedding of Miss Llnnle Bell friends and rela- and: son, name In m> ,"ri r h.,
I..' Davis to William Harris near week here with recently.Mr. B. L. and daughter Margie and Mrs. Brewers waa the daughter and Mrs R. N. Crawfordand be made Issued application f f.,, ", ,,\ 'I'''''. ',

Starke Sunday afternoon.Rev. tives. and Mrs Marcus Conner and I I I Mrs. David Paulk all of Jackson of Mrs Jean Gasklns and the late family, Mrs. Ellen Butler and embraces thereon the foil."11-<',?'J i, ,," ,MI t'

Godwin, of Lake City Inhere Mr. and Mrs. Leon Grlffls and Miss Emmaline Morgan of Starke, ville. Mrs. C. D. Edwards and son, Jim Gaakins of this place. She baby, and Melson Prlvltt were recent State l'10: dea fou...:u "I. tlr' ;

holding a revival meeting at son Junior of Tampa, were visiting were recent guests of Mrs. Beulah Wayne of Crosby Lake. !Was born and reared In Bradi'ordCounty guests of Mr. and Mra. Bill W4 of Ei, tn., tvjt,

+ ti the Church of God. All are invited friends In this section Sunday. Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Crosby and and spent her entire life Green, at Olustce. 6 Townahlp 8. SuutIi" i.; J ;

to come. Mrs. W. L,.Sllcox and childrenof Miss Arsula Crosby and broth children. Miss Melva and Dorothy here until fifteen months ago when or East less? ontalnlnl, MV-'W,, 1 ;'
ij
Friends of this community were Starke were visiting her mother er Randolph of Ocala spent the Crosby, Miss Vera Lee and Irene she was united In marriage to Standardized highway markers The aanennment. ., .
r "n'
i saddened to hear of the serious Mrs. Cynthia Lee, Sunday afternoon week-end with Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Lewis attended the birthday sup Maynard Brewers of Winchester, and traffic signs have been adopted eriv under the Kail ,'I?, ,"? urn I'

F Illness of Rev. R. F. Kirkland of Crosby and Mrs A. S. Crosby they per at the home of Elder and Mrs.C. Virginia, where she made her by the Illinois division of high- Pool a. In the nun, ?l ''h",:,,, '''I

Cross City. Mr. Kirkland lived In We are glad to report that Rich were accompanied home by their A. Crosby Thursday night. home until her untimely death. ways. rntemi said certlfl.m, 'Idl., ,., I I.

t our community a long time, In ard Lee who has been confined to grandmother, Mrs. A. S. Crosby Mrs. Bert Shaw spent the weekend She was a member of the Missionary deemed erty described according i r..." ,, ? 'h, '" r" ,
who will remain for a visit. o'rl't.I OF KPKClAl MASTKIVS! th. ", ", ,MI, II ,,, .
1 which he gained many friends I his bed for two years la. able to be In Plant City visiting at the Baptist Church and remained II'LI') to the highest blddel, ., '

visitor to' again. I. H. Hill of Lawtey was a business Mrs. C. E. a loyal and faithful member la that under. hose door on the first ",,, "'
J. C. Dickson was a up bedside of her mother. Notice hereby given the month of "<*<1) ,
of Starke was visitor here. one day last until death. .and In accordance with that certain the Oth. OuK: ,: ;:,' '
this section Sunday. Miss Gilda Lee week Campbell.Mr. final I decree of foreclosure and sale Hated, day |, ,Ip" I

--. visiting Mrs Cynthia Lee Sunday and Mrs Russell Carter and Funeral services were held I rendered by Hon. A. Z. Adklna aa (OFFICIAL this SEAT'di\, ,.t i M
)
afternoon. Mr. and Mrs Jack ward and at 3 o'clock in Judge of the Circuit Court qf Brad A. J. THOMAS
i afternoon
WOODLAWNMr daughter, Geraldine of Hellbronn Thursday ford County Florida In Chancery, In ,
,r baby were business visitors to Springs spent Sunday with Mrs. the family plot at Swift Creek. The that certain cause pending In said, Clerk of Bradford of r'n| ul'|' .
*. N. M. Bradley, Correspondent Jacksonville last Friday. Rev. L. A. officiating.The Court wherein The Federal LandHank 6-15-51-8-12 << "i' "I i, rt I
Donnelly
E. J. Lewis.
of Columbia la plaintiff and
after Bennett of St.
Jacksonville spent Sunday Miss Lucille
David Rosa and E. C. Lewis were deceased leaves to mourn Mra. Gladys Yarbrough, a widow,
l Mrs. Ella Kersey has returnedto noon at the home of his uncle W. Petersburg was visiting her oroth- et all are defendants. Cane. No. 6S6 NOTICH TO PP"It:
l of her brother W. R. R. Kersey. er-ln-law and sister Mr. and Mrs visiting at Lake Butler Wednesday.son her departure a mother Mrs. Jean the undersigned Special Mauler. by that It: appearing certain by ,,'Cld.,, ." ,u I
to the home ,
will to cause ru' t
Kersey after a couple of weeks Misses Lois Kersey and Winona Floyd Crosby recently. I I'I Gaskins of Lawtey, seven broth- the dhi'.reh'b: appointed" for each,II"goof Court Eighth, Judl mi I I
ers Darby, Wade J. B., and Fisher the South front door of the Brad and for Bradford < .,1',,,
1"
with friends and William, were the gueats of I p aid
afternoon Mrs. J R.
visit In Jacksonville Bradley spent Saturday Mr, and Kelly Gasklns of Charlie Gas- ford County Courthouse In Starke entitled Eleanor Rus.It. I;
Lawtey ,
pt11
and relatives.Mr. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bud baby Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Con Mr. and Mis. F. M. Norman Jr., Florida, during the legal hours of ant v. Frank L n"",, u ,,, f d.,.
at Vanderbilt Sunday night. kins of Starke Willlard Gaskins f Male. on Monday June I ft., 19U, the and the relief |ray-il, i I.,., ,
and Mrs. Claude E. Nelson of die Starling. ner and Mrs. Beulah Kelly were Jacksonville, and Guy Rosier of following deiicrlbed. premises situate vOI'oel; that the n..ronla"," .."

It Jacksonville spent Sunday at the Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns and visiting Mr. and Mrs. C C. Cros- Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and Michigan. Three sister, Miss Ver- In Bradford County Florida to- dent of Florida of a State, to other tin-. '.
wit K
t home of Mr. and Mrs. N. M. I family spent Saturday and SundayIn by at Dunnellon Sunday. children were guests of her parents gie Gasklns and Mrs. Geneva Red- wit The: South Half (Stt of SouthEast flue Philadelphia Pern; .. i \,

Bradley.Mr. Baldwin visiting friends and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman of :Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae Quarter (HWV.). the North EastQuarter U over the. age of IW i," i 'ee I
of and Bertlce
Mrs.
ding Lawtey, and that there .,.
I* n ,
his rlellbronn Springs were visiting of Pine Level I
and Mrs. E. C. Johns and relative Sunday.Mrs. Sullivan of Jacksonville besidesa Quarter (HK"..), and the. South Est State of Floridai,, r.

(e'F family attended church Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gasklns parents Mr. and Mrs. Everette O. E. Crosby was visiting host of other relatives and Quarter (SE%) of the North East said upon< Defendant.IT whom would. p.?, ''II
of Section Ten
,
Quarter (NK't) (10)
at night at Hellbronn. were visiting at the home of her Norman here Sunday.Mr. tier!! mother, Mrs. J. L. Johns at friends. Township Six ((8) South of Range IS ORDERED 'Hi' I,

and Mrs. Jack Ward and New River afternoon. (22) East. and fenllant. Frank L It,.".
Thursday Twenty-Two '
Mrs. H. Keene and Mrs. Guasle grand mother, Mrs. W. R. Kersey, The body was accompanied here The Went Half (Wt j) of the. North, the Bill of Comiilahit ., ,, )i'n 1

Knight were visiting (In this sec this week-end. baby and W. C. Ward were visitingat T. Frank Landrum of Starke Wednesday night by her husbandand Went Quarter (NVV145) of the southWest of June. A. D. 1936, ,nth i ,. ''I
r Oak Grove Sunday. (SW ) of Section cree pro ronfenHo will'|i i ,
tlon Friday night. I This section was saddened to was a business visitors In our section cousin Lum Rosier also Win Eleven Quarter(11)t Township% Six (6), against. him for fallui. ,??.let''

Vanlce and Rubin Keene of Cross ; hear of the death of Mrs Beadle Elver recently.We chester, and her mother, Mrs. Jean Houth of Range Twenty-Two (22) order It IH. be further OKDKRKr., ,: .1,,V:? li..
published "o? ,
Kant, containing 180 acres, more or 'w
City were visiting In this section Brewer of Virginia, formerly Miss are sorry to report the Illness Gaakins, Mrs. Gaskins having been less. four consecutive wec>k, i q.'i iir r,'

iN Sunday. Beadle Casklns, the family has our Brown here Saturday afternoon of little Charles Newmans. called to Virginia due to the seri- together with all and singular the of ford County Telegraph spa",

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kersey: of sympathy, I Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crosby and We hope him a speedy recovery. ous illness of Mrs. Brewers, how- tenements: heredltamentH thereunto belonging, and appurtenances or- I Bradford.general County clruulatlon. KUnKin. n" -b.d

WITNESS my hand i i m. i
seal of Bald Court thin i'G I ,
1 April, A. D. 193*.
A. J. THn\f.\oI
1 1F Clerk ot Circuit,
FATTEN ec IANDltl'M
AttorneyB for Complainm,

SAMPLE BALLOT 5-1-61-5-39

NOTIC-H: TO .u'p.a

+ tr.. It appearing, by aWilm 'H.'d' .
) t that certain CBUHO in Hu' ",
Court, Eighth Judicial "i' 'ualt
and for Bradford (Count pinr

entitled Stanley Beldelinunplalnant ; ,."
v .Ruth Ixiulu 1I.ld11t,
f' ; OFFICIAL PRIMARY ELECTION BALLOT DEMOCRATIC PARTY Defendant and the relief prayed d
.. .t ;;. being a divorce; that the Defend
I. a resident of a State other Ih
; $tj' June 2nd 1936 ,. the State of Fl.irld.i. to wit 4.IS
Main Street Bethlehem pVnnvanla. ,
'," if"ft and that she in ovth., ,
of twenty.one yearn, and'(hut l Ih
la no person In the fllulcr Flan,., ,
'.
ft r > ,f; Precinct Number 2, Bradford County service. of process upon wh-.n s.." '
bind ,
personally said< Defenilai.. '
IT IS ORDERED that 111. Defer.

u F Instructions: To vote for any candidate make a cross (X) at the right of his name. : to ant the Ruth Bill Louis of Comiilnln Beldelnuii. .,.1. the app

day of June, A. D. \1930, rtherwle, \
decree. pro confewo will I h'nit)

For F.-Id"nt, or the United States For Delegate to National Democratic For Silerttr against,It la further her for ORDERED failure: t i.. ippr'tut I'

,'i ; Voter One: Conventlon State at Larce: For Adjutant General l order be published. once .1 u..<.k
Vote for One
Vote for One: / : '. four consecutive weeloin, ''h. Rr
Mea '
JOSEPH A. COUTREMARSH ford County Telegraph, near
GENERAL VIVIAN COLLINS A 0 ANDREU per of general,. circulation |1".hll,1In .
o FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT Vote for Four: Bradford County. Flotlilu
.,
WITNESS
my hand and ff
FRED ANDREWS JOHN O. NAMARA NELSON T. GREEN seal of said Court thli- 'IMI", tai'
i April, A. D. 1938
.' --'--- -- MILLER I. JOHNS A. J. THOMAS
FRED BOTI'9i Clerk of Circuit .
i + For Presidential Electors PATTEN A LANDRt'M:
f "I } Group One HARRY BURCH Attorney for Complainer' '
) For Superintendent of PubUc Instruction: S-l-Kt-5-29
Vote for One
:
R. CLYDE BYERS Vote for One: For County Superintendent of Public '
OTI..J OF rpi.ir, '1'10'
P. DONALD DP.HOFF: Instruction FOR T'\: IIKKItftrnate : :
J -- OLDEN A. BYRD F. W. BUCHHOLZ Vote for One: RIM "0. lrt.1l'
LLOYD Z. MORGAN NOTICE IS HEREBY ,II"
I d SIDNEY J. CATTS JR. W. H ( BILL) CATES That Clyde. Mersey hold
A. J. GRIFFIS Certificate No. 434: Issued

JOHN ( RED) DAVIS W S. CAWTHON day of August' A. P 1911: f
.
name In my Office and u
BARNEY E. McRAE application for a talC dMd' "
Group Four ELI FLITCH COLIN ENGLISH sued thereon. Said certlf ire,' "
Vole for One: braces the following d""rh.d! ,v
k ( BENJAMIN R. GORGAS CLAUDE C. JONES erty In the County of Uritdfi" il F

t,, JULIAN R. ALFORD of FloridA. to-wlt.
J, LOCKE KELLY, 8tt of SWi/,/, of NEH, ex w'
( For County Judge WH of NE3H of HB" & SII
W P. (BILL) ARNOLD .
:
I .
.
BRYAN MACK Vote for One of 8K14\ of H. ". 2 Tnwn hll|
: .
South, Range 22 East ntl"The
, p .1'i -- For Comptroller log 7B Acre*, more ni I le,f.
aiaeeement at the itt'ti, f r
( ';' ,. Vote for One: T. FRANK LANDRUH erty under the said rertlfl !' "
1 1 Group Five wan In the name. of (Thus n '1.1'l
E K PERRYMAN fnleaa said certificate <'lial' <
I. MUNCEY ANDERSON
Vote for One: eV redeemed according to rue)
r 4 described. theren Wit l
property
5t : WALLACE N. KEITH -' J. R. (TRUX) BULLOCK Bold to the highest. bidder, r.:
V; flr )1
courthouse door on the >
'' pi'' STEIN J. M. LEEk month of Jun l 1
:
MOLLIE a.r.cnl"t '",
i For County Aor of Taxes the let day of Juni
1e Women oIURL E. PACE Vote for One: Dated this 20lh, day of At'l'"' I
(OFFICIAL SEAL)
+ Vote for Four:
u + A. J. THOMAS
-- VAN C. SWEARINGEN '' "
Clerk of Circuitrain
Group Six FRANCES ESTELLE ALFORD R F. (BOB) DEMOREST wt of Bradford l'ounl'I"I

4 Vote for One: 4-S4-St-I-S2
PAOLA C. COPELAND E. W HAYES _

FRED ANDREWS "AIIITF.R' StirNOTr'E
tits II ? EDITH V. HERLONG For State Treasurer I. H. HILL \I.. hereby glv,, ..r that r,' ,
t V' MALCOLM McCLELLANr der and br virtue of a Final >j
MADELINE A. JACOBSON Vote for One: of Foreclnnure made and r, nd'bv
r the Honorable H. L Sehr
MRS BERTHA LOWDERMILK Judge of the Circuit Court! ft
---
SAMUEL W, GETZEN
8th Judicial Circuit of Florida
11FA and for Bradford Count 'r: incerv. 1'
; Group Seven ms., DAVE STARK W. V. KNOTT For Tax Collector dated March 2nd. I911. In '
r Vote for One: certain cause. therein lately I"
.t r MRS. H. M. STRICKLAND TED LANCASTER Vote for One: log between. The Federal F
,
l+r DAN P, MULARKEY Mortgage, Corporntlon. PlalntKf.
MRS. W. B. YOUNG CARL JOHNS Delia Thomas., Widow, et .I.! ,
''P'' k J. J. PARRISH, JR. rendanta, the nndentlgned. who Mi.
therein appointed. aa Special

CARL A. KNIGHT In Chancery to execute nV'f"f"' ..
< '
For will on Mondav. the let ,
1 Attorney Gflaeral 1936. during the learnl hour if
Vote for One: Before the Court Unties. d< ;.
tn C4 Second
For >
r .Representative nc- Starke Florida. ell to the hlr' ,,
Congressional Districts: and heat bidder for rash, I the
.s ,''t'l ; Vote for One: H.D.: R. BENTLEY Fop County Commblllloner District No I lowing described. land. ,!ltunt<",a',"
.5 F' -- Vote for One: log and being, In Bradford
GREEN: CARY D LANDIS Florida I to-wlt t ...
r R. A. (LEO) '
: N '
of th'
: For Governor ALEX L. BARNES The SV4 of the SEll :
} a
8l.In
and the NEil of the
t+ LESTER W. JENNINGS Vota for One: Section 10. Townehlp Hoiiti'" '"'.
} I. I. CONNER Range SI Eact.. conlalnlni '

JUDGE: WM. J. PORTER GRADY BURTON or lean,
'i For Delegate, to National Democratic W. MITCH EDWARDS wl hrrt"he appurtenance Fnui/ I"to '
W. J. JOE SEARS STAFFORD CALDWELL to be made pursuant to .aid l [ >
( ) Coanattoa second Congressional Districts satisfy the. same and 1 err

S CLAUD TOMPKINS JERRY W. CARTER Vote for Two: A. Special E. K.Master PBRRYMj In \'h" nf

4-Bt-5-Sl
DAN CHAPPELL J. GRAHAM BLACK For Member County Board PubDo IDatnlotloa -
r
} M -- Dlstrld No. 1 NOTICE! OP IIIPF.f'I\L M1TrHNotice :
r FRED P. CONE JOE BRYANT DAVIS Vote for One aILK
i1 ,1 For National Democratic Conunl"-maA1 : la. hereby gb'. ..." Iha' >rr
'
i u Vote for One and In acrordnnce with that *"
: REDMOND B. GAUTIER W. I. FISHER d
1 J. II. MOORE finAl I decree of foreclosure "
', rendered br Hon. A. Z. Adkin',
GEORGE COFIELD WM. C. HODGES J. C. PREVATTD. Judge, of the Circuit. four, > <'"
ford County Florida In Than !,
+ NEIL FERGUSON AMOS LEWIS that certain. .au.e pending r"Mortgage '
l
) Court wherein The Federal
OLLIE GORE Corporation Is l ;J11"
CARL MAPLES 'S
For State Senator Fifteenth s.aaton.l and William Edward PrutCt'Gladys '.
y '' JACK H. JONES Prlnitle, hie wife /ar *:i
f''
.
MALLIE MARTIN District
(, : ants eaae 563, the. under.lgoad. Jclal
1 Vote for One: I Nfaeter by said decree iPP'l"
h
G. B. (GABBY) KNOWLES .*
1 B. F. PATY will sell. to the highest > ;? 't'
.. ,1!' each, In front of the' S<'utf
k. ALTON T. PEACOCK a RALEIGH PET1"EWAY CHARLEY E. JOHNS :rk :door of the Bradford. Co"11'' ihous. ",
'
to '
'I In Starke FlorlJi./ dnrIP'J'. '
HARRY H. WELLS 7 '. legal hours. of.pale on Mon "
.
PETER TOMASELLO, .JR. M. J. SAPP a i I"I
!
h' lat 1936. the followln ror/'u';
\ nremlnea I situate In
4 I J. R. YEARWOOD Florida. -. riIxita
4 and IJ In A.rtl''I' .. .
( Township. 6 Houth. RanE. j
t For National Democratic Committeewoman "'
For Representative III Lecfalature: Eaut. according map of th.
J'
4 Vote for One: e lawn a. reoorde.1. amongfltybFiortlardin

', For ConunllllllDor( .r Agriculture: Vote for One' Book f''f e5nPand
,
I PAULINE BURKE CARR __ \.OK11"
Vote for One: C. C. BUTLER Plate, 0" .A J. -rhla.member. ,
with all and singular Ih. .
HORTENSE K. WELLS .. h.r.ditameet. dad: .as.
W, B. (BUDDY) BISHOP A. A. DURDEN .. to said prom, den'
tonging "I' In .nI'. n
HELEN HUNT WEST NATHAN MAYO FRED ItAZENsI or appertelningO.

L. PATTEY.: .h.en
,sI A. Special M..t..r In
KNTOHT KNt(.HT.
Atto._". for Plaintiff.
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'Uz.. 1)3!) _. ___ ._ _ _= BRADFORD COtNTY,TELEGRAPH. STAKKE. FLORIDA -. PAOK TIIRKB
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BRANCH RESOLUTION IN MEMORY OF 1 I IN: MEMORY OF ... \V. DRIGGERS Mra. H P. Gainey and daughters. According to reports from calp I \. )

GlJ".JI' lIarllale, Cortrheimc Whereas on the 7th of May MRS.: OSCAR DYAL It' Is with sadness that we pay Vera and Eva Fay. attended specialists cf thirty. five cities, EI-wMzr! I

.U" EJjzIbeth: 1936 the Supreme Architect In Mrs Oscar Dyal. born Marian tribute to our deal brother. James church services at Union Church baldness among men baa shown a

'-1 klnS of Boot: His Infinite wisdom ha! been Murrhee was born September 8. W Drlggers, who tiled l February near Hellbronn last Sunday. twenty-five per cent Increase in the I Could You Ask 7

)11118 p..nl thCeLenrreurned week-end pleased to take unto himself the 1864 and died March 30 1938. She 15. 1936 but we realize It Is only Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mott wereattending last few year.

'.VI Beach spirit of our deceased brother. W. lived her long and useful life with- another link to bind ua In closer : to business in Starke,1

fth I ? to her J. Epperson. and in a few miles of her birthplace. union with our Heavenly Father I Saturday.

3I!,.. H 'rosHy Sunday afterlome Whereaa the trestle board of his Tha Murhee family were among and our Heavenly Home where separation Q. B. McGauley and daughters

.II while with friends.P""lir' Masonic life was such as to entitle the early settlers of Bradford never comes Juantta and Jeannette, attended 30,000 Mil** on Tires v4 (

Mal'' Sapp spent the him to receive the white stone witha County and the deceased was He was a law-abiding citizen; church services at North Pleasant

JIs Ella llss Vernle Phillips new name and known and loved by: a large circle -'faithful and true to all his duties Grove Sunday.Mr. ILLEt411ITfl'Proven.RuggedReliabl.

.eek.eDLi Nlth Whereas by the faithful discharge of relative sand friends. He lived a long life without ever and Mrs. Levlngston Russ

I S&JIp80n (l'ltylr Marvin Hubbard of the great duties owed to She and her husband were per- being brought before the Bar of and Miss Louise Crawford of .

) and Mrs Springs were vlsltn God to his neighbor and to himself mitted to spend many happy years Justice in any way since we have Trenton were visiting his parents ,

f Wortblngton J. W: Norman our brother deserved the title together and rear their family all I known him. As a neighbor he Mr. and Mrs. Vance Russ here Y... warnS usC,4ftv .
Mrs
and i I ... .....at..,.
Mr of man and Mason be It there- of whom are grown. The separa- strove to live peaceably with all I Sunday. ,...r IzLtwat!

d') night W. C. Conner of tion now is very sad and lonely. men and was ready to render servIce H. P. Galney motored to Starke ; .....

Mr and Mrs SundaY with Mr. and foreResolved, that in the passing of but It la consoling to know there cheerfully day or night when Saturday.A .r.

"Ing spenl W. J. Epperson Masonry has suffered is a bright hope of a reunion In a called upon. large crowd from here attended : Low M $395 at Factoy

rIr .S.,,11 SappMr Norman and eons the loss of a valued member better world where death shall be He lived many years at Fort the political rally at Hampton

spent Wednesday with her and the community a valued citizen no more. As the end drew near Myers and reared his family there. Beach last Thursday.. :E.\E.:1::1 Ccupe*-Sedan*-Trucks ,.,

'eJnelb! and Mrs. R. M. John- and she called each of her children to He ranked with the beat people -- ---
Mr
nU. Be It further resolved, Bradford her and expressed the hope of there and wall counted upon as a HAMPTON \ I Henry A. McClellan

.t Ind wS B. M. McRae and Lodge No. 35.: F. & A. M. extends meeting each one where there is no Christian man who stood faithfulto 1M I.. Ada : '''_0. t'.rr..r.t

Mr Pine Level were VUU- to his loved ones. Its sincere heart- parting.She what he believed was the right : \ULl.UFuLER

ildren *Harnage and family Sun- felt sympathy and while we mourn had been a member of the way. He moved here a few years A concert will i b'e given in the DO :Main Street '

'f J A his absence we rejoice in the reward Missionary Baptist Church for ago and united himself and hU school auditorium May 22 Friday KSONVIKI.K, FIwV ; iy

IY. Mw H. L. Edwards allotted to the souls of the many years and was very faithfulIn wife with the Corinth Baptist night at 8 o'clock by the Ganua Or'rl t4I ) .J'

Mr Itiltlllg lnd Mr. and Mrs. Tate ,. Just made perfect.Be attending church whenever her Church which he served as a dea i Music Class. Admission five and .

ere I it further resolved that these health permitted. The large num- con. He later moved his member- : ten cents. Everybody invited. Southern. WHlj'" LtlstrIiltorit.
.. .---.--- 234 U...
ber of friends and relatives attending -- 1'C'Jlc"tr-\U"uta.
resolutions be spread on our records ship to the Pine Level Baptist I

and a copy sent to the be- the funeral and the many Church where he was ordained as I Apples contain eighty-two per

CARVER reaved family also a copy be sent flowers showed the high esteem in a deacon and was faithful until cent water."IT'S.
C. A. _. FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
which she was held. I
to the Bradford County Telegraph (team.
for Mrs. Dyal was preceded in death We miss his greatly. yet we Ii
JEWELER publication. by two sons. Troy and Avery. The I know that God doeth all things" PORTER'FOR :Many Testes, Experience Slakcn It PoaiHlbl' for Mo to Mender t.1.

( Signed) C. A. Futch surviving children are: Mrs. Essie well. EFFICIENT 1'UOMIT: aii.l ftH'lCTKOt'S: SERVICItMlEIIATE : !! .

\\\TC'JI. CLOCK AND C. H. Nasworthy Wasdln and Truby Dyal of Waldo; (Signed' ) H. H. Lewis 1 PKICKH? I II

GENERAL: REPAIRING F. M. Siatrunk. Mrs Annie Milliard of Trilby; Mrs. Mary StarlingMrs. CONGRESS"Paid DeWITT C. JONES }
Committee.
I Mrs Mittle Milliard of Pompano; J L. Under'bill Markr, Florid.

.111 Work Guaranteed Mrs. Lola Stokes and Truman D. Mrs. H. M. McRae Political Adv. ._I .

Alvarez Sunday.Mr. Dyal of Brooker; Wesley A. Dyal CommitteeBROOKER -

|:\ (;KEEN BUILntNCJSTAKKE : and Mrs. P. D. Reddish were Irvine Dyal and Lee O. Dyal of .

FLORIDA visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Sapp Graham; Mrs. Gladys Stricklandand Announcements-- Ila !

Monday night. Mrs. Ruby Britt of Ocala. One --Political: :

Mrs. J. L. Gaskina of Bootseys brother Irvine Murrhee of Graham Mlit Vera daJney, CorrmpondentRrooker

Beach was the guest of Mrs. J. N. thirty-six grandchildren and 11. \\'IldoThe Ml PKIIINTKMIRMT OF "rllOOI.I ." FOII MI iiooi, no&iii) .

q''l I -. # f mm*. Norman Sunday. sixteen great grand children also Brooker baseball team motored FOIl I4E'i.t'i'OltI hereby annf>uii<>e 'mynelf a candidate I hei.eby announce inyHelf a, candl-
survive. wlnh to announce to the ("ltl..n.ut for 're-election to the office,. dale for Hchool U"rd1, Dltrlot No. S _
."" to Waldo Sunday to return itrad ford. und Union ('no an IoN that of Hiinerlntendent I of Public In- .uliject tn the will of the voter cf
,,"" I FOR GOVERNORWe < Interment was In Mt. Sinai I Cemetery the baseball game. The teams I am n (Candidate, for State $eflatalfrun 1st ruct I I:ant fif' I lirailford: County: : auliJect the ciimlnir Democratic, Primary, ,
Tg. under the direction Key-Mc- above two Countle aublect Democratic June J 191H$ If elected
.', ti> the will of the promise a
:
matched and I : 'to'e to beheld RAnlnietratln:; \\hl.
primary ,
'" Home of Jackson were about evenly Demncratlo : voter* In 'the Primary Election: June fair I of dutle cf I
If,. .I' :',; hereby announce the candidacy Cabe Funeral both sides played a splendid game. June 2, 1936. Bradford 2. Your vtite n nil Mupport will be the office. Your, vote and support _ I
,' ,. : of Hon. Jerry W. Carter yule Pall bearers were: J. E. An HepreHentatlve of appreciated. IK Mollclted, anil will he highly appreclHted -
: .
I,a. ', This was the third game of the County l have fouxht, for the heat HeKpectflllly, A J. OltlFKIH.FOH Kpertfullv I
... for Governor of Overstreet of Waldo; H. H. Sur- :
People. at all tltneaml ____
the
IntricHtH of ; K. 3. 1.I1WIS
: I:::::: Florida, subject rency of Gainesville; R. B. Baker season for these two opposing <* 1 am ticking I my leople: for thla IIIt''Y.'W'I'OWU'r' : $(.iiElitM. .
.... ;1:'" .---.r to the Demo- of forces with Brooker twice being promotion. a* I feel that I am -welliiunllfled \ I hereby announce" lIIy..lf. ii candi-
O. M. Tlllman .
of Hawthorne; ....CI.. of thl: FOII .
to fill the ., lit 24taperintcndenof IHKII. IIOAMII
tie ffie
defeated but our team came away aisle fur t
: cratic primary Campvllle; L. B Alexander of the Important, Office.. Help elect me Pllbll Inetrta'tioti. taf Hr"dror.ICo..nly I hereliv, ,,"n''n' ,'" itiyelf a can .
g.liiNoLEJACKSONVILLE -.t_ ., elections next Walcio< ; and C. L. Thomas CA this time with the .upper hand your Htnte .Henatnr .and I will and nerve to "hJ..C 10 the wltl of. 'thaI dldnle. for electliMi. a* member of the I ,
..j June andft1 score being 11 to 9 In their favor. you HnTKrennlvely. fearlenply vtar,, In 'the nl'm'rn'h'' Primary chonl hoard from District One
Y't ;' 2nd Campville. the beet of my ability and I axmiravon I'i.'ctioii. .1""" 2. ID3d. I feel Ih"t m" ((;niprlltiT:: ,: voting precinct one #
23rd. and By "A Friend." Our line-up was as follows: that your:: confidence' In me will ......vl...... years 0' 1"'l\'hll1.' expert. .and two), Nubject to the action of ., .
there arose one Catcher-"Buddy" Russ nut be misplacedKenpuctfully. en'. WI'll 1IIall'y 10" In handle th. voter' I In t the De-mocratla" Primary _ I r '
| tuihmltted'CIIAKLUY : .1"11.',. 0' 'the otrl",. Yo..' vote ...n.1r' June t, IV3H If elected I promise tn _
J out of the great: TRAIN SCHEDULE Pitcher Harmond Morgan 13. JOHNS. 5It" \.,,, w'lI I be N 1."r..lllt".I. :W'lk::: for the hent Intercut of all, ''I

Mw .. : multitude of the Sunday. 1st BaseArtford Brown HI''I'UIIII' )'. hA tiN: K V H. 1\lrllAE\ the Hchoiil. In Iiradford COlin'". _ \ t'
CHARLIE OWNER, f Our schedule changes Resale Colaen pole r\TH, "KN.\TM Your vote and Influence ..'.I>r..IRI.d. 'dl '.
people Base-
common 2nd f
\Will .aeVneVill; comfort, Mid. >nUrt lnl>i name 3rd Base-- fi-oni. DlHtrlct 16, Tn the people nf Pindfoi'd ('nun-
of ...t Importance. M tin. modern : for rltate Senator
ii -wlti
I | FOIl 1''C''II1'Y
called I I Hough and Union. I hrov nnnoiim-B. HH M ramlldaififtti l'O""IO'll1':1tI .
Jerry. Shortstop-Carl Bradford ty t
ho..I, hotel loc-Ue1. III'lk' ttutI "cnmprlHln
Li-pool. SouthboundNo.
JUST JERRY they all call him Matt t'itntie.' I have. decided to come re-Hertl lift County. Jtiflir' ..n.I 1 1Harn do hereby announce myself. a I
wrth
I o.m-lown chioiwille, Every room 1 Due Starke 11 ::31 P. M. C'nterfleld-"Shlne" of the Hepreiientatlve race and *.Ntly solicit the eta ppurt undvottM -- nut .
,lib I'd lko..>, loll" .ats. !!... hltl, hecause he is neither a lawyer, Rlghtfield--W. T Weeks enter the Penalc race at the requeat of the voter. nt the prliimry 2nd for CountyCnmmlloner' : from I :
NG. Md ctiUj (l.a...i v.ry .bed. with (finer* nor a banker nor a senator. But No. 15-Due Starke 5:12: P.M. Howard Mott of itmny friend election In June. I apprartiit:: thfuipport :i District No. 3 South Stark I ama ; I,
*.'_f mH.ni. .nd. 1n..I.. dv.l. f*"drnf ....p.. he is the friend of man and will No. 107--Due Starke 9:12: A. M. Leftfleld- :M. J. SAPP you guys Inc In 1912 an l lax payer and will at all time I ''l
Substitutes throughout the game trust any tenure, In offh tutu .IIMVn Rtnnd for the rights" of the tax pay. .
v
Honda %
make safe _
AIR CONDITIONED a sane, governor NorthboundNo. "Shorty" Johns FOil lIFrItRMETATl.rFTo : : Much. HN to warrant your support, I In era of aald dlntrlct$ and county tn
COCKTAIL LOUNGE COFFEE SHOPR.M.Srngf. Genial Jovial 2-Due Starke 4 ::5:5: : M. were as follow: the voter of Bradford CountyI : that oomlnK" prlninry election.ita''t'a'ctfuilv the beat of my ability. I stand 100 __ __ __ it
Weeks
w.ili. Pbpat.. B-i Generous Just Honest 16-Due Starke 10:38: A. M. for Weeks In rlghtflcld. hereby announce mywelf a candidate per cent for an old ante pension and / d dthere
r- | No. and PurvisHazcn to the LeaiMlattire > F;. K. PK.lir.YMAN.: munt he son," provision mad .
Sober
;>-, H 00 M RCMMM $...50o Capable Safe. No. 108-Due Starke 5:15: P.M. for Hough as shortstop for reprvHentatlve Bradford County, aubJei for the aared one*. Your vote anduppoit

I 40> ... S3 00 24 R_. S3.SO Friends and Supporters of and Wannra" Branch for Mott In leftfleld. to the from action of the voter at Patti 4'011'I'V JtlMiM will he: rIIJl"d! I .
Starke ) t : r 8.lat"d.
U5- ._ ..". ........ ...k. S400 the CommonerAllFlorida -- UfNiocratlc Primary to tie held I hereby annotinoa my ,'an.II"ac" ? .( .
........ Iw (....... .CC. -T Jerry No. 101-Leaves Starke 7::00 A. M. F. flaxen Mr. June 2. 11)86.) Your vote und support for I.h.. .offk' of. *'n\inly Judge' ofUra
No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50: P. M. Mr. and Mrs. B. will be appreciated. and I aure < 1for 1 County nut.J.ct. to th" will FOIl COUNTY' COMMIvelONIOIlI : I ,.
-Oil. I I FOUND H..... Candidate for and Mrs. T. C. Hazen and Mr. and that your conflilunue In me will of i he ItcmcirrHt.. 10lcitori In th t hereby announce myself a can
you
NOII.rAIItN V HOUL OIIO1Oi GovernorPaid Dally except Sundays.T. ,lint he mldplaced.U primary elwrltoti nn June 2, 1134. If didate for re-election aa county I com I a I
-- .- ,_ *__..L. Go Political Adv.) J. GRIFFIN. 'K|>ectfully. FRED HAZEN. ete'ted to this Importnnt, office Ipledge mlnnloner. from District. Five iubject _
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- - PLAIN the i people of a to action of th. voter In the Dem i :
VERY FOIl ,tKPItECExTATIVnr ) fair' and Impartial arimlnlntrHtlun of oaratla Primary, June I, l IUd. I appreciate
It to repreaent the people ofHrxdfnrd J..II.| Your vote and active support. your tiiport In the pant e al "
\VMI County In the Htate 1.egia.latUtta I will lie Krciitly.. nnprprlnted.Rltic and will appreciate your continued 4'
TALKy and announce my candidacy .r.*lv, support and vote
fur that office. uhject to the Democratic T. PUANK I-ANDflUM.: tteapectfully, It. T. O8TKEN. A
June 1, 1B1A.% If -
Primary
will to benefit mcounty VOlt fnniiipn: FOIl (OltNTY! COMH1"fOtlKIIT : _ '
I try
elected Tit I th.* votern. i.f Itindford. County: .
and atata hereby announce mynelf, a can lU
10\11 A. DURlttN.i"Out : I h..r..hv annoiirtcv myMolf a candl1iit I' didate l for .
A. 1
county 3 rnmmlNloner from
If
of n..erlff nntl
for the office
\lOWS II KPIT.:,...:%'r t'ii i'II ) etibjuct to Ion
HOI of the vot-
candidacy Hfiin. pi'OKI eni.>lvi*. hon east. I hnpartlulft I Ia. .. _
\ I ict-pactfully. announce, my nd In the Democrallo Primary, June
nii.t Ion
nd fnrlMH ml rut n .n-
I for llepr subject"nentatlve to I Ihe from will itratd'frcl nf r"1" i>f the law Ou thin. deoItirHtlon anil 8, 19311.aupportllenpeclfully, AVID. appreciate. your vine' ,
a Comity i
1 Hollrit >ur jnppoi t a"d 1
yi .
Primary -
the Democratic voter In the LK8TEII KITH! _
h. pomlnic. prlmnrl,
j 193A If elect(1 vot"' In I
June 2,
Election -
A. C). ANOUKUJlve :
f will" dlllirentlv I I faithfully and "fnrar" your VC>IP. and you Fail mlv IOMWIiieloMF.ltI : _ I tI1i
r..arl..I"| ito everything the that cltlaxn I canto will nev,' imve CHUM* to linnet It,. I hereby announce. myelf a cun I I
I help the majority of dictate for
I uriiinty commlloner of
and I the Htate _
of Ilindfurd County lilMtrlit. I
of Florida. I am for the. Townnend FOIl "' ....:..11"' ... tu I Ihe No. fine (I.nwtey) abIded ________ I
primary elm-lion to be held .
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I'lnn I IOU .per cent and will accept, no'. I hereby .announce myself. a candidate June 2nd. mid If elected: will die- ______ I
.at1l prom ice. for II,,, office. of Hherlff of chnrxe my duty tn the bet Interentof .
G. C. nUTLJ--n. I".tr,1, County Htibjvct to the will I the f'onntv.. Your. vote anil aup .14 1
of the voter at the coml nil' liemocrnllc ?- port will be very much appreciated
VIMFFOHIi CAI.DUKM.nn.llilr.te FOIl 'rat C'CJI."ro Primary Election tu be held JOllN C CL.fe.MONa.Foil '
\1 I hereby announce my candidacy June 2mt. lll,1ff Your vote and up- ______
\ (' for l.i.tern.ir of Florldn" to aucceed myflitlf A* Tax Collector port, will' b.. greatly appreciated.KeHpectf Cot 'i'ylOtltfl5Rlo4I.i. ,
of Itradford county, tibjoct ti.> the ull.v, I
I
I have come out boldly anal Rtronirly riemociatlc) $ primary to he held on MIl UJOR I. JOHNS.: hereby" for announce' myself.. a cantitaiuil .
,' the Florida Hecovery > I have tried to renderyou county cnmmlMHloner from IT
aiM favoi Inn June 2. teas.: "Dlxtrlct Five .
Act. Thi Important Act, In the In* faithful honest and efficientflervlce FOIl "1(1':11': '''.' the voter In nuliji-ct the Democratic to action Primary by ____ __ __ '
of Flor- haring; nay eecond. term nf I hereby announce' mveelf an candidate _____
tereet. of Ihe whole people June' i, 10.111: I will appreciate ___
1 ,
Tax Collector. earnently he. office' Hherlff ofItradford f
ida. WB. killed III the Henata lnt office" us nolli-lt your your support, and If for i County: *,uhje<; to .the action : your riromlne. vole to anil.....rC active'my heat aupport effort, and In _ I. ,
year. elected. airnln I ahall continue to t of the Dfmociatlc Ps r'v. or the dlHclmriclnir .
render you. the curate service. nn I votcrn nt the Primary. of June 2nd. office.the diitle of this Irnportant _ I I
Ax a native Flovtdlun born and have In 'the I llin): I If I tin. elm.ted nherlff of T n DYAI- -
brought up nmonKt you I cannottielleve pant.cATir., A. KNirniT. r.' I will' render the I
:: h'.1\ ;::, : ::: ,
that the thinking people of mi "t fit I t conclefitlnii* iiurvlie Foil OUVI'V
.. which I I will "O"'OOW"-.t _ l lI
\ OI.I.F.CTOII: >if am' cnpnbe
t _
!Florida are wllllnx that the Money FOil 'I' \ net be the Hherlff for any .petal' Iota tar rlo hereby nnnritince mynelf aa a b
Power, xhould lie permitted tonnlrol 1 renpectftillv. announce myself. A irroup or fnitloii I of t the "p..ua.im. lint "andliljire for the office of County _ _
and defeat the candidate,, for the office of Tax Col.i'vtnr I will Ian thiHherlff: fair nil i our politiC subject! to the action of the and will I i i not play fuvorlflm. North "Htm' Me, of Itradford' County, I '
1.wIehee of the. people In Florida. Democratic voter nt the primary of In the .perforimine. of my itoh 1.-c. Hlibject, to the voter of the Demr I ,
June 2. Iliad\.: I feel that t am In every I Keepectfullv.' .I I Hiihrnltted I .. rat:I ic Primary June the 2nd, I 10:1(1.: ( I I.
The Florida ll> overy Act I 1M al- way 'iiinllfled, to give the dutlea NKLHON: : T. UllKKN: f pledge nivnelf and my nacred hon _
In the intereat of 'the of the office efficient and competent or. If .elected that 1 will dlnchiirue I
together' denlt. ned to ""rvl.... Pledging a full and Flllt I fEll: K ( "n I I'S. ('0llir :my whole fluty. In I iaiaklaag I t,, the I .
whole people It watt < of the duties of bent .
IntereHt
.
: dlnchnrice of the
faithful county a* a i I /
I' : I protect our Florida home merchant* the office. to the bent. of mv ability ,,To Hlncerelv the Ieople IruHtliiK if Bradford that, I Count whole, anil will guard, well Ihe tax ,

I with their 70,000 ..mployeenand their I noitcit and will appreciate your .. : perrnlttefl tn continue to serve muylae pHyer of the County, t will have no I

I famllle. aralnm, .the arrowing-- Inroad ""I"-port In, the coming, CARL primary.ItHMpectfully :JOHNS." yule HH your ,'I.k..f the .circuit'. fin favorite. eiiulty or and pet justice, but" will to all contend a. IlinderMtHMil I ..

of the Notional Chain Store AIII..SOU:, court thin: office; I, announce Mubject, my tu ci;':.";:,' 'n'f ,, It to the .bent of my _ .t S
of million FOil TAX knowledge and al>III'y. Your voteanrl .
hundred ,
hacked by ncrntlc t primary. I appreilnte theklndneHH
System .
.- -.-- .- --- oreranlaed Capital, who-e ultimate ,- I hereby announce myself .a candidate I' uml I confidence. shown me .UI'I.ortAWiM,2"L.alir W\;\ H'1 A I 5
nf of .
I for the office of Aeor by all of our people, and In returnI IiI'm
aim' I I.* to control the whole Taxe of Bradford County. subject. I hll v.. ,.rendered and for HO lung a* '
it feeds appetite for obedient retail hulne of Florida and turnover to 'the. will of the voter at the corning I hold office will continue to render 'Ihe Vuter of lOieNtssl.a.r's l yu
YOU like the song a sweet motor ling how your wheeled .. to non-renldent. millionaire Democratic Primary Klectlon to ..,..ry Hervlce and courteer In my Dlntrlft Number. :II Il
, IP action like no other car you ever I its profit he held' In June. Your vote and up- power Your alHtanc will be ap I hereby announce myself a can 1
-set a date when we can get together .* to support extravagantllvlnc port I I. aollrlted and will be greatly preciated.. A. J. THOMAS: rlldale: for .- ..rJ.I'-C' aa County I
' through traffic! and bloated Income* which no appreciatedItenpecfftilly, I Commllonr for : Number 2, I
end let's have some fun! subject to I the action of Democratlo 11
. acquainted with thesHuickt Florldlan can ever hope to enjoy.neraiine R. W. Haye FOII "" <'iiooi notitit I voter In the primary to be .held I

We the quiet rhythm \Ve want you to tit out boldly hereby announce myself a candidate Jun. 2nd 1936. If elected I prom I.... i
want you to thrill to driving one why I' I have rome FOR TtX A"*KH"OK for re-election a* member. of I ti> render the bent ervlce of which I
'of f the ablest straight-eight engine in the lQ know from and fell rl..ly| In favor of this Act T respectfully. announce my candidacy Hchool Hoard District No. 3 aubject I am capable thanklnjr the voter a
Buick's the buy I protect our people aealnat Capflall..tI. for Tax Assessor. of Bradford to the will of the voter In ealdIII for past upport; anal, soliciting their _
world the valve-in-head itraight-eight everybody agrees to .. Monopoly I may be vilified County subject to the will of it r let on June 2. 19.1 8. Your vote I vote and aupport In ChI coming elec _
the Democratic voter In the com and aupport will be treatly appreciated. titan, 1 am I I
-these Buicks of ours! If you've wanted thrills power-thrill, denounced. anal annulled editorially Ing; primary' election June 2. I have Yotir: very truly, I I
uch n.w.papers In our State a.* for thirty-one years been a taxpayer Renpect fully' U U CONNgn.FOII I
. style.thrill give us aUlinds by and, If Stafford L. Crew. -
We Buick comfort'thrill, ,ecretly or otherwl of Bradford County
want you to feel the way a Buick will are cnntrolled. Or- elected. Tax Assessor. I a-uarante tOl'NTV COMMISHIOMRIt! .
chance to show you what a ..e bv machine politician and all the favnrw. Information accomo-- FOR "M' II001. HO Hit 1 hereby announce myself a c..n-
your touch on the treadle, your the date now? Kanl.ml, Capital which upend million daflona and courtesies. that can he I hereby announce my candidacy didate for County Commlanloner
Bind on the wheel foot on the brake. do. How about setting nf dollar yearly on newnpa-. given through that office. I will. for election a* a member of the DlHtrlct No. i. North !Rtarke. I real- _
,your appreciate your serious con.I"a.lI..n. Hchool Board from Dlxtrlct No. 3oomprlMlnir ,lie the Importance r>.f this office and) I; Ipr.nse
AdvertUIng-. auNlatan"H.It. ( "Mouth' Htarke anal There .
an'i
per VOte an economical bunln
W S want you to send it romping up a hill -4 _ _ I do aboutIt F (Hob) DEMORE8T **.. >. and If elected. will < What are you colngto .,dutle of I the office my very bent your vote and I .
""nd J..rn what it means to have a car n U94S an tt tut ? Are you In favor of clean honet FOIl TAJ AIIII..OR, attention Your vote and aupport W. ;U. KDWAKD8.FOIl aupport .
solicited. and will be appreciatedIf .
Ji lrim.f tilt nfuifuittt or are you In' favor I 1
Government t hereby announce rnynelf a can
Wit m LS' D. MAT
always has "plenty left in reserve. Flint COINTV: OHHI1SIO-\ll
at of letting the Money Powerback dlilnl for ,the office of Tax AsaIaRnt I
Mitk., ixljitl Itetaiigf Chain Store of Bradford County, subject. to the I take this method of announcing 1 5 I
VI S Want for hour that W anJ ; rt the National will of the voter' at the coming Tn ta. % of er* .., "ffehaol' Heard 11'.- my candidacy' fur re-election for the ,
to pretend an
you tvllktul ..,,". Standard politic. 'Influence .. '.. .
Hy.tem control our Democratic primary election to beheld tries % I etf Hradfevel ( .tp ( 'ornmienion.r of I
you own a Buick_and see for yourself 't $}tetal! attiinrtii grtttpt tn mil mtta'tlial our lellature and our n.wp..p.r. *- June I. In asking for this office f hereby announce mynelf. a> candidate :I*Icrj..c"f'l.: ..:; to the will
thine aa will nay. thnt I am thoro..hlyt..mlllar for re-election to the office of the Democratic voter In the Primary -
I ixtra nit.Aik .* and eventually run with the dutle. thereof ..ndproml. of tfchool IInardI..mb..r. for District' 1t:1..tun.! June 2, 1911 '
. about lAs Cnurat MtHrtHUtallmtnl they pltaie ... If elected to dlchara: the No. I subject to .h.. ,acllon of the Your nupport will he appreciated c
1 I planJoin newspaper of dutle' of said. office In an efficientand Democratic. primary June 2, 1916. If .anrl :If re-eleoled I ; I will continue: to I I .
The Independent cnurteoue manner. I deeply appreciate elected I promise a fair and Impartial dlnchartre the duties of the office to
II. Mar our Htate who know their local the support given four admlnlairatlon of the dutle of. Ihe beat of my nullity.J I
$ the Buick Safety Legion. merchant and want to help them year ago, and again I'Tt' your the office. Your vote anrl support M. HOH1EH.
tie 300,000 .*!. driver* alreadyrolled. .... I election.. They careful consideration and support In I I. solicited and will be nlchly ap. _ I
Yf Ibna honld favor my f fI
dealer lor the coming, primary. preciated. pie oivrr contfixwiovKH'' _
) tg- Buick of Right
8m your Mould be on the lde Heepec'fully your, Iiepeetfully hereby announce myself. a candidate I
MIL!,. J. C. PKEVATT.!
detail. against Wrong. on the aide tit Oov- LOUIS 11. / for county commlMvloner fromr"'r"'C _
ernment for the people Initead of Four ION I
rOil COIITY' ( oWMiRRlEHI HOOI. notnnT
hampton and Therenna), subject loaction -
k- '."A INIIAl MOTORS pmoouU.- trovernment by Monopoll Con hereby announce myself a candidate hereby announce myself a candidate of the voter In the Democratic I
I trol. If yon are on the aide of pro for re-election a* county com for re-election a* member of Primary June .. I will ap- 4 I.
m.rehant."r Florida missioner from ltrlct No. 4. Hampton Hchool Board for dIMrlct' No. 2 of preciate your vote anrl support
tectlnc the home There*** and Uraham and If reelected Bradford County, aubject to the .,,- M. I. WATTKKHON.: _
I and their 70,000 employee I ao will continue to alve the tlon of the Democratic t/otere on _. 1 l 1
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Co. --
Motor licit your active support.STAFFORD county the beet _,vlc. I am capable June 2. \f38. -
Register of. I aollclt your support and vote Tour vole and support will be ap- The swivel chair was Inventedby I
CALD WELl. .t the primary June .. prtolated. Keipertfully,
Thomas
H. V. SAXON. W, C. MANN ItO. Jefferson.r '
I Pd. Pol Adv.J.L.
STARKE. FLORIDA I

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PAGE FOUR InLADFOnD COCNT/' TELEGRAPH. STAKKJE. FXOK1PA FRIDAY_, MAY Z"o 1911
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j' i : attractive bridal design marked 8WU of Section J] ,-,-
I" f'" Mrs. :McLendon Is Bridge Hostess Tuesday Two Hostesses Honor the places of the guests. A minia- South. Range 22, 10'Ka: C
!; Evenin'I'I following ,. ,
.'1'' at described ,
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( 'f'' Middleton
I Complimenting Miss Middleton and Mr. Miss ture bridal party placed on the more or less to-wit P, .'
; :t $ PartyShowerMrs. coffee table added charm to the where the Mouth llni I
ti ill Mrs Homer B. McLendon was guests of Mr. Matthews. Township. e, South, RIIJ', '.
,30ClctlfJ lovely occasion "" the west. '
edge '
V5 q
hostess at a lovely bridge party ]Mrs.. McLendon. aaalsted by Mrs. Harold C. Wall and Mrs then run Not-then. "h \d
: ) Tuesday evening, at tier borne on O. L. Beaaley Mrs. Jeanette Kin- Frank Carpenter were Joint bos Miss Middleton received a crystal State Road 688% f set,. ''I'' ,,.d
l Ice bucket as a gift from the beginning, thence II f
Matthews of the former, W"'l'" I: ,
'
North Walnut Street compliment- cald and Mrs. E. S teases, at the home anglea to Mid Road lot, iv., .' I
Ing Miss Hazel Middleton and Eugene served a delicious congealed salad,, Tuesday afternoon at a lovely hostess. Northerly, parallel will, ""' "d
.
L. Matthew. course. Favors were novelty gum bridge party and kitchen shower Invited to be with Miss :Middle 52.4 feet to. Mouth Ifnc ,
EntertainsIn thence East (
Manassa along i
Business And Program Miss mild ,,. .
: ; ; The entire lower floor of the drop candle holders) also In the given in honor of Miss Hazel Mid- ton and Miss Sternberg were: Miss feet to the State Road .J
if Meeting W. M. U. Honor Of Miss\ Middleton home was. opened en suite for the pink and green color note. dleton Madge Middleton Miss Mary Ca SSVi thence feet Southerly to the point along VJi'{ r 4

; The Baptist W M. U held their Complimenting Miss Hazel Mid occasion. Quantities of larkspur Playing bridge with the honoreeswere Easter lilies, roses, sweet peas. nova Miss Mina Manassa. Miss Also L>ota 1, I, and 8,"r '''lfh.4,k'd
,
monthly business and program dleton, charming bride-elect of the roses sweet peas, Easter lilies and : Miss Mlna Manassa, MissAnnie Queen Anne's lace and nasturtiums Lucile Mitchell, Mrs. H. B. Mc- 8tarke in' Tempi.In Section addition 18.f thB-p"S1; !I I li'

; meeting at the church Monday af month. Miss Mlna Manassa enter other seasonal flowers adorned the Mae Pearce, Miss Rosalind formed the decorative motif for the Lendon Mrs. II. C. Brown Mrs. South, Range 22 ]"""vhID''h.' Iof ,

JjJj ternoon. The devotional was conducted talned at her home on North Walnut three rooms where the players ,Jacobs, Miss Ruth Sternberg Miss charming party. Tolbert H. Black, Mr. George E. Township the BW.tu K.of South the, "R%,' H.> N\14 I

by the president, Mrs. A. M. Street Friday afternoon with abridge gathered. A pink and green color Hazel Adkins, Miss Mary Canova I Miss Middleton received many Manassa Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght, R.n.t Est:

Darby the topic being "The Youth party.QuantiUes. motif predominated.Miss Miss Ladle Mitchell Miss Madge useful gifts for her kitchen which Jr., and Mrs. Frank Carpenter. I to rBCorporation now In Caneet Rank
flower Middleton Mrs.' Nat Norfleet. were displayed in the dining room. \'U.;
\, h of Our Land. The program was of garden Mlna Manassa was awarded ship In full settlement.
in charge of Circle No. 2, Mrs. W. adorned the living room and the high prize for ladles, an attractive Madison Mrs. ,W. C. Boswell The gift of the hostesses was a refrigerator Bones of a mastodon found near tlon and dl..charae. ot the liability.atl.ta,

B.: Alexander leader. The topic sun parlor where four tables were bathing bag. High prize for men Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. T. F Lan- dish to the bonoree/ set Saltillo Pa., will be hardened by a of said 100CJ"estate" levied for and a stock assessed. ..Cxeeement ut

was "Youth Movement In The I placed for bridge. a Yardley shaving bowl was pre- drum. Mr. and :Mrs. Frank Carpenter of kitchen ware. chemical process before being re .s- a. stockowner aaainq ton
Included Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Richard High prize In bridge was awarded harea of capital uldf' i
The
Kingdom. program At the conclusion of the progres sented to Frank Carpenter. The moved.IV of Starke, each said IIhar Rink
Charles Manassa G. to Miss Mlna :Mana .. who received "r p>.
N a duet by Miss Frances HemIng- slons Mr. A. Z. Adkins was honorees received two breakfast Darby. Henry valueof t100.eeiAnd !

# way and Miss Ella Maude Oliseon.1j awarded a lovely set of twin per- plates to their pattern of china, a L. Patten Dr. J. W. Brownlee a box of bath powder. Mrs TUB' COUNTY JUDGK'A COURT you are hereby nuuii.ii ,
John Powell Dr. H. B. McLendon H. M.: Richard, holder of low score appear at the office of th. "r,
Mr. Alexander was assisted by fume vials as holder of high score gift from the hostess. BRADFORD COUNTY: FLORIDA.IN Judge at the Bradford "un""J
i,}, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Miss Juanita Mrs. N&t Sternberg received a cor- At the end of the progressionsthe Dr. Ralph Vollaton and J. C. Wallace received a dainty corsage of artificial THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE Courthouse. In Starke Florida"'nuns"at "Id

t Barefoot, and Mrs. Chas. Powell. sage of violets! as holder of second guests were entertained with State Farm Owen Griffin St. flowers. OF1 J' W. ANDREWS FLORIDA 8R D 0 .ed. A.A. M D. o'clock.19311 and f>n present Monday, )nn.wrftta.. 2.04

Misses Doris and Fannie Silcox high score. The honoree receivedthe several reels of motion pictures, Augustine and Louis A. Holmes, The hostesses, assisted by Mrs J W. STATE Andrew...OF. Jr., William Anthony TO: defencea to .aid petition yoU it, *" 'J5

'' were present with members of the sugar shell to her selected pattern furnished by one of the house- Santa Monica, Calif.MiddletonMatthews. Dick Thomas of Jacksonville, served Andrew a minor and T Frank will have:be Should entered you In fail due th..r.r, ,, .\,dwS) ,nJ
Landrum his guardian Thelma Andrew i" "
?
Sunbeam Band who rendered a of silver, a gift from the hostess a delicious salad course to those *, and to all other persons concerned said petition, which will II i,, "n V ", and
group of Sunbeam Songs In a invited to be with Miss :Middle- : there.presented to said rqu, "i i"r It,;
Miss Middleton Is Wedding Order.Witness
w pleasing manner and which added You are hereby notified that a
I t yj much to the enjoyment of the aft- Miss Manasaa assisted by Mrs. Honor Guest At Lovely Partyin Plans AnnouncedOf ton.Playing bridge were: The bon- sworn petition has been filed In said said. Court. my at hand Starke and Fin th-an'.al"r,f
j George E. Manassa and Mrs. Arthur Court praying authority for J. W. thll
'
""p ernoon. Regular business was taken Manassa, served an appetizing JacksonvilleThe Interest to 'a wide circle of oree. Miss Mary Canova Miss Rosallnd Andrew., Jr. R. admlnlatrator of 18lh. day of E.1U'p1riRlinl: 1 1',I sc
the estate of J. W. Andrewa. Sr.,
with splendid reports from Jacobs, Miss Mlna Manassa,
up salad course to the guests. following article was taken friends will be the plans for the deceased to deed and convey In fee Count lud
officers and committees. Miss Madge Middleton Miss An- simple the' following property altuatifcln I' 4 r
Middleton-Matthews l ,
with Miss Mix from Friday's l Issue of the Florida wedding, PublishedOnFtArla
Playing bridge Mitchell. Bradford County Florida, tow First ,
which nie Mae Pearce Miss Lucile .
Times-Union will be solemnized tonight, ,
dleton were: Mrs A. Z. Adkins, : lt: 93ft
Club To Meet L. Mrs. Frank Mrs. Raleigh C. Dowllng and at 8 o'clock In the First MethodistChurch Miss Louise Snyder, Mrs. T. F. The South-Half of the SEW" of the 5'22St19
Mrs. O. Beasloy, Richard Mrs.
Landrum Mrs 1. :M. ,
Mrs. Tolbert H Block, Mrs. Mae Jones entertained witha when Miss Ruby Hazel
; lr, c The Junior Music Club of Starke Carpenter Miss Mary Canova Mrs H. B. Mc- delightful tea Wednesday In the I Middleton daughter of Dr. and W. C. Boswell Ocala, and Mrs

will meet Friday afternoon May 22, Lendon, Miss Madge Middleton home of the former In honor of Mrs W. E. Middleton and EugeneL. Nat Norfleet Madison. House
White
t S. at 3:30 o'clock p. m. at the home Mrs. C. A. Knight Mrs. R G. Kldd, their niece, Miss Hazel Middletonof Matthews will be united in .- Oleomargarine
YI
I of Mrs. L. A. Canova, It was announced Starke. marriage.The Miss Sternberg Gives EaporatedMILK
I Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Mrs. Nat Stern
: d M1, yesterday by a Junior reporter. : berg, Mrs. Harold C. Wall Miss The marriage or Miss Middletonto bride will be given away by Lovely Dinner Party

Lucile Mitchell, Miss Ruth stern- Eugene L. Matthews will be an her father, and she will have as Honoring BrideElectAn I
NUTLEY
I ,,} berg, and Miss Louise Snyder. event of May 22 In the First Meth- her mald-of-hoDor Miss Connie

-----.-- odist Church In Starke. Padgett, of Palmetto. Bridemaidswill event of last Saturday eve- No finer evaporatedmilk

Daily Vacation Bible SchoolAt Easter lilies and. other Spring be Mrs. Nat Nprfleet, of Mad- ning was the dinner party given Is made
: RITZ THEATRESTARKE ChurchThe flowers were arranged in tall baa- ison, Miss Elise Jones, Jacksonville by Miss Ruth Sternberg, at the IITAI9MI0
,1 Presbyterian kets and low bowls about the Mrs. H. S. Massey, Dade City home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs T 15'

Presbyterian Church will rooms. The lace covered dining and Mrs. W. C. Boswell, Ocala. Nat Sternberg honoring Miss Hazel 3 Cans. 190 WHERE ECONOMY RutrJlLb| ____ _

conduct a Dally Vacation Bible table was centered with pink sweet Junior Brides maids are little Misses -' Middleton whole marriage to
PROGRAMs School May 26 through May 30 be- peas> and baby's breath lighted by Marjorie Sue Middleton and Eugene L. Matthews will be solemnized -

s, FRIDAY ginning at 9 o'clock each morning.The pink candles in silver holders. Annie KatharineNorman both of tonight. PLAIN OR SELFRISINGIONAFUOUR

school will be divided Into Standing in the receiving line Jacksonville.Mr. A delicious three course dinner

\ : THrilS.-I"KI.! MAY 21 h 22 three departments: Primary Junior were Miss Middleton, Mrs. W. E. Matthew$/will have as his was served at Individual card tables -

t I "Klondike Annie"Maw and Intermediate. Tbe clauses Middleton, mother of the honoree, best man Louis ,A. Holmes, of placed in the living room of
I Uent will be under the supervision of Mrs. Dowling, Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Santa Monica; California. Ushers Miss Sternberg home. Each table -
;t ,c Victor McljijflcnHATURDAY Mr. Alexander Linn, of Lakeland, Earl Middleton. Miss Middletonwas will be John Burgard:of Louisville,' was centered with a low bowl 6 Lbfl.! 12 Lb*. 24 Lbs. 411 Urn.

', who Is President of the Board of gowned In pink organdy and of sweet peaa and placecards in an
,; "' MAY 23 Ky., Morgan Richard Raiford
"Roarin' Guns" National Missions of Lakeland and she wore a corsage of orchids and Russell Daniel, Sarasota and G. L. 23c 39c 75c $1.45SCOCO

very capable of instructing these valley lilies. Patten, Starke.

4L Tim McCoy classes The St. Mark's Episcopal Mrs. Middleton chose cream lace. Mrs. L. A, Canova will play the VOTE FOR ,
also Serial I and Comi-Jy Church will combine classes with Mrs.. Jones wore green chiffon, i, or JEU EL-Finest Shortening Compound
.wedding music and'Mrs. A. Z. Ad-
StTN.-MON.. M\V. 21 t 25 the Presbyterians under the same Mrs. Dowling received wearing COLIN ENGLISHfor
.
kins and Mrs. R. J Davis will be ; bulk 24c
"A Tale of Two supervision. It is urged that all yellow lace and Mrs. Earl. Middle- i vocalists. Music"Will begin at''I LARD 2 Lbs. ( )
young people of these two churches ton was dressed in a gown of pink '

I Cities" make an effort to attend these affeta. 7:30.The: officiating:m.iater will be I State Superintendentof 4lb. Carton _SOc 8-lb. Carton 97c
Ronald Colman classes and receive the benefit The following program was enJoyed -
I the M. Public Instruction; "
Rev. B.
: Elizabeth Allan which will be derived from them. : Vocal solo, Mrs J. L. Montgomery pastor I ; GRANULATED DIXIE CRYSTAL
of the First Methodist Church.
q Edna Mae Oliver Wright; reading Miss Beth Blair;
t'\ Alto New & Ramon Itomos First Daptist ChurchTo Whistling solo, Mable Huddleston; Immediately following the cere- SUGAR 5 Lbs. 24c
will be held at
And Orchestra mony a reception' I
ii' : accordion solo, Russell Dowling:
V Conduct Daily the Woman's Club House. All .t.r --
V ;.,-T TUES.-\\ED.! MAY 26Z7"Ship : reading, Betty Dowling; Mrs. O. T. 3-.Lbs. 25c
invited to be
Vacation Bible SchoolThe Edwards played the accompaniment. wedding guests are BLACK EYE PEAS
:
;,tj;:''w.'1<'' I BrliMon Cafe"Carl First Baptist Church will ,. present. .J GRAPE FRUIT EachPound 5c
; \ Miss Middleton received some
ll conduct a Dally Vacation Bible GREEN h YELLOW
.4 Arline Judgeal"4 Woodman ir Notice
School June 1 through June 12. crystal plates as a gift from the \ 5c

Flt l TIIf'K.S.-FKI. MAY 28 & 29 The school will be held for children ho tess. Cream frozen In heart The regular meeting of the 1 WAX BEANS

"( "Times Square between the ages of four and shapes and cakes iced in pink topped Woodman Circle will be held Tues LEMONS Dozen 19c15c
,, ,
". ; sixteen and will be divided into with orange blossoms were day evening, Mat 26. All members .
Playboy"Warren Primary served by the hostess with her a CARROTS 2 Bunches
t J' I four departments: Beginner are urged to f.ttend this meet-
} ', ', 'r.!4 William Junior and Intermediate. Instructive nieces, Mian Ida Moore Mrs. Earl Ing.

I ,, June Travis courses in Bible study, .llJdleton, Mrs. Doutt Jones and Tub or Highest Quality, RockPrint
; Also Novelty Short handwork. Bible stories and Char Mrs. Mildred Williams, assisting. Notice *: "we Need ENGLISH In Ground
'I j "" V;1' "AUniOSCOPIKS"U'CKY acter Building will be offered. Each About fifty guests called duringthe Oar School

{',,< I SEAT NITS KVKIIY morning there will be a supervisedplay afternoon. There will be a meeting of the A Native of Florida BUTTERPound MEALBolted
Juvenile Woodman Circle at 3 ,
I TUESDAY .t WEDNESDAY! period-and time will be devoted Trained. Experienced.
:
1' .r' to teaching songs England listed 06,000 names onits o'clock Friday afternoon, May 22, Capable. or Unbolted

'i': : ,' Audlowcoplka Is n novelty short The Pastor will direct the school medical profession register In at the Hall. All members are urg- row for fey local Ms.del ___ ___ 35c 10 lbs. 20cOELMONT&NO.ZCAN

'Eit ,,,Mt l '. subject produced In" the new and will be assisted by a faculty of 1932_as_compared uu__ to 41,000 In 1912. ed to be present.
'J dimension Colored teachers enlisted from the various

,,t'1'. 1 i> gloss will be.. given to the pal departments of the Sunday School. - - -
,' iron before entering the the-
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l: tfJJ atre to view the short rfL' ? ; ENGLISH PPEAS 2 Cans for 29c
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u.1 22. 1986 ftRADFORD OOUNTY TELEGR4Pn. dry'}
.n.t.\. -- --- STARK, FLORIDA PAGE FIN
-- -' ------- -- ---- --- -- ------,--- __ ____ _____ ,
Mrs n -------- --- -- --- -
Sunday Jeanette from a Klncaid week'sI1slt returned !lr. and Mrs. J. J Rigdon had as IN GOD'S) OOUNTRY WRITING LIKE rOCKKOACIIES Tf they are toothless and unable j;' ;,
In their
guests Sunday Mr and Mrs to chew the free beef, West .
Tampa with her Cork, !
Mr. "The.
parents. and Homer Gainey and two handwriting of the public
Mrs A. C. Durden. daughters (Avery. Powell) In Tlmel-Union) Ireland, relief clients are given
Bits of of Brooker, E. J, Roberts. Lawtey, school graduate resembles the meandering whisky. Ii
Mr and Mrs. Arthur Rigdon. Jacksonville Sunday the writer made a motor of an Intoxicated cockroach .
Mrs Van B. Crenahaw of Eustis Elder Lloyd Johns, Gra- trip fourteen miles beyond Lake ," says Prof Robert E Rogers --- -.---- ---

Is the guest this week of Mr. and ham Mrs. T. J. Moore and daughters City to one of the finest farming of Massachusetts, who Insists The tusks of the bablrusa grow
I. cal N Mrs. W. Wimberly and Mr and Edith, Rose, and Lola of sections In North Florida, knownas i that the ability to write and talk throughout Its life. The upper
Mrs. A. H. Green. Hellbronn Springs, the Columbia like gentlemen Is wholly as important pair grows through the animal's
aectlon.Along
Ony
as a knowledge of mathematics face like hornsNOTICE. #
OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND the clay roads and among or geography
CONCERNING Miss Virginia Fugate Is In Jacksonville RE'U"LA the hills of this section lie many I'I' f q
TIlE COUNTY AND TOWN series of revival meetings will farms The professor feels that the
OF this week / stretching for miles In every
visiting her
PROGRESS be held at the schools of the
China" Grove Baptist direction. today are neglecting
brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Farmers are now busy ,
Church, east of Starke, beginning proper emphasis on writing and
Mrs. A. I. Spencer planting corn peanuts, and cotton
May 24, and continuing for for heavy crops, along with tur- oral expression and urges that our
ten days or longer. All who are nips, collards, tomatoes, lettuce,I schools speed up teaching the three Bide. Will Bo Iterrlvd By TheVnclt''lped
,
NorOeet, of Madison., l ia Speed Harvey and C. M. Davis, Mrs Shag Ingram, of Eldorado, interested in the cause of Christ sweet corn cucumbers and other R's or the fundamental skills. Afterwards for Furnishing
Neat thlll week ot Miss Hazel of Plant City, were visiting friends Arkansas, has returned to her are cordially Invited to attend garden crops Most of the corn Is'' he would devote and insight Material, Labor and Fixture to
here during the week-end home after a visit here with Mr. these meetings, which will begin and of concerning other nations essential -
gives promise developingfully.
up Erect at Lawtey, Florida p'
and Mrs. Edward a
ddJetoD. at to In the modern
Bums promptly 8 o'clock each nljht. Many farmers plant peanuts peace
world so that the child can buildup Restaurant and Filling '
ot Ocala spent Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Johns haveas along with the corn and after Station'//
J&! C Colley Mr, and Mrs J. H Ritch and FOUR .BR ESFREED some sense of reality concerning Combined, Alain
with Mr. andMra.r : their this the crops Is harvested and the fodder -
week
guest Mrs. W.
day here T. Brinson of Valdosta, Ga.J family moved last week to their SINCE 1935 pulled, the peanuts have developed other times and other peoples:' I Feet' long By 32 Ft Wide Dlvldrd -
Colley Kingsley Lake home, where they and the hogs are turned Into There aiay be something worth Into 13 Rooms. and IWMtgnny -
Robert L. McLen- will spend several weks. TALLAHASSEE The state the fields to fatten for Winter considering in what Prof. Rogers Plans and Specific-
and Mrs M. Alvarez, and Bill Graham has said, and It deserves the attention
road *
department has
since Janu-
ltt Tuesday visiting Dr. butchering On the return trip we roes Can Ite Seen At Our Of
were here en route spent Sunday In Jacksonville with Friends of Mrs Edith Murrhee ary 1, 1933 freed four bridges of passed over some excellent roadsIn of school officials, teachers fire
.MH, B McLendon Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Randall and all those concerned with what"
will tolls
Marianna after a regret to learn that she is according to Chairman C B Union County from Providenceto
Leir borne in in Cuba. confined at a private hospital In Treadway. All of these spans were Lake Butler and from New Rlv- I we call modern education. Plant
'wedding--trip Owen Griffin, of St. Augustine, Jacksonville, where she is Ill. situated on main arterial highways er to Starke In Bradford County, City Courier. .A LAWTEY LOADING &
-
--- spent the past week-end here with and were acquired either by lease bowling along Road 28 to Kingsley -- -- --- SHIPPING COMPANYLIWTEY'

( his sister, Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Mrs. E. S. Matthws Miss Hazel or purchase agreements, Chairman Lake, Penney Farms and Green Most snails are right-handed, A
FLORIDA
A few however, twist 4
their shells to
NT I
[ WORDCOLUMN Middleton, Louis A. Holmes, and Treadway reported. Cove Springs On every hand was the left. I i
W. C. T. U..will meet In regular E. L. Matthews were visiting in Two ferries also were acquired, I noted climbing, fragrant yellow
session Friday afternoon at the Jacksonville Monday afternoon.Mr. relieving traffic of these tolls jussamlne, wild honeysuckle, white
home of Mrs. J. T. Quigley These ferries were the ones across flowering dogwood, bridal wreath grace distil1ctjflowers

of good and Mrs. Edward Burns the Apalachicola River I near 'I' trees, wild lilies and purple violets, cherry at herschel!
State Road 13. This Mr. and Mrs. J. M Mitchell had moved recently to their Kingsley Blountstown and across Jolly Bay A trip to a hundred miles or so In
fun
land on formerly known as as their guest recently Mr and Lake cottage, where they will reside at Point Washington Prior to any section of Florida in the I jiu-kftom I P
K was Estate. If Interested. Mrs. E. J. Harris, of Madison. during the summer months. 1933, there had been two bridgesand I I Springtime puts pep In a fellow I phone 7-2120
*" one toll road made free by the and gives,him a new slant at the smart center piece unusual corMtges
2134 Hendry
? to P B Crews, Tommy Ritch returned department It was found. of this State of I flowers ,
Fla, recently Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mrs. J C I beauty ours. for gifts ._ __ x
,R Myers from Jacksonville i ----- --- n
where he spent Manning and Mrs. M. A. Hart will
oDUCTIONS by Mail. Try ten days with his cousin, Gloria leave Saturday for a week's visit Setting Op Nights
ooreew plan and meet congenial Johns. at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

atlas e,everywhere.Write at once.Letters Tropical Confl- Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Boring, of Mr, and Mrs. John Hart, of __1tf -_ J. ppyfiRpg' rr_= T

[dub, Box 105 Miami, Fla. Jacksonville, were here Thursdayof Jacksonville, and Mrs. M A. Hart, aaaar'e tawMa..':' Tip GroceryFor
y 1
last week relatives
and of
l-tt visiting Surrency, Ga, were recent $D.eew' op
___ ,. :: tua.;
friends. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. II {
.. ,
WANTED for Rawlelgh "- ...... _Uoot Y o.n4l itelr d. d
,
1N/ Hart
'
= ..4m N=earewalarl :
Route of 800 famtliea. Good prof- ] Mrs. Dick Thomas, of Jacksonville -

(for bustler We train and help ; spent several days this week Master Billy Page returned recently Cheaper' Prices and Good Service, May 22-23, 1936 y
u. Write today Rawlelgh Co., here with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Car- to his home in Jacksonvilleafter '

FAE-223-SA2, Memphis, penter. a visit here with his grand- REvALESTATE STREAK 0 I.EN S FAT unirtQ RIBBON '
u. Mr. and Mrs W. H '
parents :

Bipllt T--In Black one ear Essex, upper sow,square marked In here Mrs.visiting J. E. Powell her ,brother-in-law of Hilliard, Is Struth. SIDE BACON Lb. 15c LARD Lb. 111 c } r

nr! possibly with pigs. Small and sister, Mr and Mrs. C. A. Mrs, O W. White and son, Olin, IF YOU WANT TO SMOKED:
unmarked Reward. If found Knight. J r., left Monday for Houston and BUY SELL OR RENT PHILIPPINE COCONUT

Jtfly t Jeff Lewis, Starke. ItpI Texarkana' Texas, where they will SEE US BACON Lb. 19c. LARD 2 Lbs. 21c ; r
Mrs. C. C. Smith returned to visit Mrs. White's parents and oth-

I,ESTATE WANTED you Tallahassee Monday after a visit er relatives. WILSONREALTY I'LATE BOILINGBACON NEW CANKSYRUP ;d
|lave a small place In or near here with her daughter Mrs, J. P. '
e that you really want to Warren. Mr and Mrs. P. M.\ Bartfoot, CORP. Lb. 12c Gal. SOc
List It with us. Wilson Real- ,, Juanita and Sara Brefoot. Mrs L.
Company 5-22-3t Mlsa Annie Mae Pearce spent J. Green and daughter, Judith, were I BLUR ROSERICE NUIFTS COOKING I ,
the past week-end In Gainesvilleas visiting relatives in Brooker Sun-

tell; LEGHORN old ten for Cockrels a dollar., five the Beaaley.guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence day afternoon Rally 'Round 5 Lbs. 25c OIL Gale I $1.00 1 #

IIIIOOKFIRIJ)
uths: Itp
Miss Lois Adkins returned to her WATER GROUND! WHITE
EN! WANTED for Rawlelgh Mrs. W C. Boswell, of'CJcala, ar- home here Wednesday, after com- BUTTER Lb. 33c '
|Routes. of 800 families Reliable rived Tuesday for a visit here with I| pleting her sophomore year at MEAL 10 Lbs. 20c
er should start earning $25 her uncle and aunt, :Mr. and Mrs. Florida State College for Womenin Wm. C. HODGES BKOOKF1EI.DCHEESE 6 f

|wkly and increase rapidly. E. S. Matthews.Mr. Tallahasseee. JIM D\NDY FKAKL '
irlte today Rawlelgh, Dept. FAE- Lb. 18c
MemphIs I Tenn.l- -22-2t and :Mrs. J. F. Colley had as Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. "HOMESTEAD BILL" GRITS 10 Lbs. 25c
their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jr., of Jacksonville, announce the ,
[WRITE or see us for SELECTED P. G. Fugate, of Charlotte, N C., 'arrival of a daughter, Mary Sue CANDIDATE FOR ; !
\ever and Spanish Peanut Seed" Mr. and Mrs Fugate were en routo cn :May 10, at St. Vincent's Hospital II RED' BUSS OK UIIITE MOCK i '
wood Products Co. Peanut to Washington, D. C., where they in Jacksonville.

:tiers High Springs, Fla. .----plan to make-their- home.-- Mr and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee GOVERNORHODGES POTATOES 10 Lbs 25c CHICKEN LEGS Ea. 5c ;1

NAT SEZ: spent Sunday in Jacksonville with FANCY 1 K1JXJW TICNIC CRI.LOPIINE

Tho busiest man In the world In. their Brownlee daughter, who Is, a Miss student Martha nUI'seat ONIONS 3 Lbs. lOc HAMS Lb. 2ScTOMATOES ,r /

That old devil
old man Satan. newer Riverside Hospital. FANCY FRESH ,
has a dull day. You've just. got -----
Misses Lois Long, Evelyn and 5c I
to hand It to him. You never hear Marjorie Stump, students at F. S. Lb. PIG EARS Lb. lOc l

w''a any body praise him, 88 a matter of C. W., In Tallahassee will returnto FANCY FKKSIIBEANS h
their respective homes here Fri- ""KED tj
fart, him
nearly everybody cusses ,
day for the summer vacation x. SQUASH Ib. 5c
but he does a .sight of btwlnes and ------ SAUSAGE Lb. 17&1

gets results., In fact he Is the Wm, Dobrow and little daughter, FANCY .ITICY
Joan, of Fort Meade, spent the ;< RUMP! t,
only man that I know of today '
past week-end with Mr. and Mrs ,LEMONS Doz. 20c "
putting out bad merchtunlloe and B. Jacobs. Joan remained for a RUMP ROAST Lb. 16c' t'

still doing business. longer visit with her grandparents. FANCY HARD HEADLETTUCE Y., '

II.\HY I1EKFSTEW '
Ea.
REDUCED PRICES ONLADIES' 8'/2c
Miss Rosalind Jacobs returned \ Lb. 18c 1
SILK DRESSES to her home here Saturday after d .. .. _, .
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a several weeks visit in New Port '
$$1.98 $2.98 $3.98 Ritchie, Fort Meade, and West
Palm Beach with friends and rela- SILVER KING-SELF-RISINft 6-LIIS. 12-LIiS. 21-LIJ3 i lII

tives. ; f

Hrn'e Sport "'- Ladles' John-Burgard----,--of Louisville- Ky., tt s+ I ai' + il ,
FLOUR
BELTS SLIPS arrived here Tuesday for a visit 22c 39c 7Sc
d50C
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r I Nicely Made with Eugene L. Matthews. He was
accompanied by his mother, Mrs. )
$1.00 Roberta Burgard, who Is en routeto because he stands so ,,, '
= r St Petersburg. far ahead, has been hr's +,
g'a' viciously slanderedby I'KINCE ALBERT FREE ICE CKKM GLASS Ulfll DIME IU.I'LANETOBACCO .

Wash / Mrs. M E. Edwards and granddaughter the usual age-old '
TIES All SilkSLIPS Miss Hazel Adkins, re- sickening dirt spread OLEO cut price 18c TOBACCO 4
+ {; turned Tuesday from a two weeks by the professional
visit with relatives In West Palm politician and because ivoitv GUEST ,; Er iM
Beach and Miami. While away Can lOc 2 Cans 15c 1

( ;+ $1.95 they also visited friends In Fort HODGES lead the fight for the SOAP 3 bars lie ; ;'

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Lauderdale.Miss masses of the peopleto .
HFECIAL.
MACARONI
U get taxes off their I'ALMOLIVE .%K U> NUOAK i it
Miriam Jacobs, of Jackson- homes and to kill OR
gore ville, spent the past week-end here the sale tax. The SOAP bar 5c '
btGAREES ;' L L with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B "big Interests" don't PEAS'
Jacobs She was accompanied by want Spaghetti OOTAGOV i vi
75c SheetinglOc Miss Bernice Klepter, also of Jack- because be stands an

sonville week-end., who visited here duringthe HODGES openly for old 1 age 3 Pkgs. 9c SOAP 10 for f 25cNOoli/; a't' ,,

- and mothers' pen.
.
Cnder Fitted Frocks.! For sportor sions and becauseHODGES'
evening wear this Munalnff- Mrs. W. J. Baker, of Foley was FANfY FULL PACK PEANUTTOMATOES i ,
Boy Hear "Foundette1 pantlo-glrdJe the guest Sunday of her mother, tight for the Ux- '' t tr
!gives firm support with freedom Mrs. R. F Fernandez. She was free homes made Cans 25c BUTTER 21-oz. 19c ( It tIt r
Overalls' of movement. KnlttoFast Color"hapt' accompanied by Faye Louise and these "special inter 1i '
eats" shoulder their AlUiO CKITHIIKU! or SLICEDPINEAPPLENo.2canl5c
neamleftfl, for "averageand Mary Alice Yarborough who returned SODA y
Junior" figure A real lOcPRINTS to their home here after a proper part of the
_59c bargain at '1.00. several weeks visit in Foley voters tax burden.recognize It the CRACKERS Lb. l ''

FANCY TABLE-NO. 2H SIZE CAN '
PERFECT O. 1 Haynes, Misses Hope HODGES' PMt service to the r t
FITTING SPECIAL Mrs *
and Georgia Haynes, returned Saturday averaga citizen by PEACHES Can 15c PRUNES Lb. 5c fir" J
MEN'S SHIRTS Odds and Ends from Atlanta, Georgia, ner, this leader of
where the Misses Haynes were rallying to his ban-
WhIte or Fancy Patterns MEN'S SUITS called due to the death of their the masses known 14FL1NANN'S; MAYONNAISE ',l t i a r
1* to 11 Mrs. Sara McLarian. for his past per
grandmother 17c
-Pt.
/ Mayonnaise
has been In Atlantafor formances" instead I jNUCOA19cMATTHEW'S ;t r
Mrs Haynes
$$1.00 $5.95 the past month. of "political plat. Pints Mayonnaise 29c ;:' )'
form promises" can ,. P4' .
_ The local Woman Missionary win in the first pri
DAIRY MILK '
-- Society of the Methodist Church mary. ;
will be hostess to a zone meetingon Help Yourself, Your Family. Your
IT PAYS TO BUY AT Thursday the 28th. About fifty Home, Your Schools by Helping Pint .. 7c Quart 12c '

STERNBERG'S various visitors societies are expected In the from zone the HODGES!friend The poor man's i Buttermilk, Qt. 9c Whip Cream, J/2 Pint'v 18c ir

Luncheon will be served at the
,Woman's Club Howe (Paid For By Friends) i I ;

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h + $ PACE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEI..RAPD, STARKE FLORIDAi FRIDAY. \IU.tt.1


MARKETING FOR :'WATERMELONS PACT ;;s.1N..f CONSTRUCTED FIRST AMERICA NEW BANK IN AT FIVE WILLISTON BUILDINGIN YEARS dustry.Florida tion of the and Contractor bUilding ,Inc ft"n' '*M*1 "I r In<

GOES INTO EFFEC1GAINESVILLEAlong nearby
;)
f come to Inspect thV ,'lle!! >' 1&\
; with the LIVE STATE WILLISTON- The first new which Is constructed V 11Cb:,

ill illf FARMERS SECTION recent opening of the Florida wat- bank building to be constructed in Umerock-concrete, ''ISIng", I
ermelon season, the federal mar- Florida Short Paragraph America during the past five The Ilmerock is ? 1&1I'
for melons in crete II, '
keting agreement In a formula whil *)
j years was dedicated on May 14 by
Cendllcted by Demonstration Agents this and three other Southern mixing is the same "*"
I I states became effective. the Hon. J. M. Lee, comptroller, in building Florida material
Officially, the watermelon mar- and head of the state banking de construction makes gv. 'n1
"" .4 ., III''........... .. 1IIruI I keting agreement for Florida partment.The to be entirely fireproof a building lal
North and South Carolina, and BROTHER. SISTER MEET TWO FREED Perkins State Bank, being ed to beautiful well tempt
g Georgia became effective on May FORT MYERS-Mrs. L. B. Bry- B.ARTOW-Two of the seven the third building In the entire meats, and at a modernIStic
Cost ,,
RURAL I Hints To HousewivesWeekly 12, the Agricultural Adjustment ant of Fort Myers and her brother, former Tampa policemen now on country to use a new type of construction than that of a good Qt lrb.
h Administration ban announced.The Jim Scbell of Llndale, Ga., are becoming trial for kidnaping Eugene F. Poul- is received wide atten Ing. tram, bug
II COMMON SENSE from Home Demonstration agreement is designed to acquainted after being: sep not, one of three Socialist who II
I regulate the shipment of melons In arated for twenty-eeven years., were manhandled by a mob last
t 'I By SPUDS JOHNSON gperlaltate, Tallahassee order to Improve returns to grow. They were adopted by different November were freed by a directed BOREE FUNERAL HOME?

ers. It was signed by handlers who families when Mrs. Bryant was verdict of acquittal. Full line of Casket. & Undertakers Supplier
CONSISTENT BATTLENECESSARY FOOD FADS AND FEARS represent about three-fourths of thirteen month old and Schell AMBULANCE SERVICE
L TO CIIECK the watermelons shipped from three years old. Mrs. Bryant learn- VERY CLOSE SHAVE DAY AND NIGHT
t SCREW WORM LOSSES A normal person should eat a these four states last year. The ed of the whereabouts of her MIAMI-Oaaie Davenport, negro 53 PHONE 53
varied diet that supplies all the new agreement replaces the marketing brother through a newspaper editor stood shaving on his back O. H. BENNETT, Mgr.
Much has been said and written needed food values in the right pro- program for the melon Industry and invited him to visit her. porch. He felt a sharp sting on "A HOME-L1KE INSTITUTION"
about the screw worm and thee .. portions. ,Eating a great deal of In the Southeast which A__ his cheek.. Certain. .. It- wasn't. a- ra
losses it has caused livestock owners one food or omitting some other went Into effect in August 1934. REVIVAL AT GRAHAMThe zor cut, ce investigated. A stray
j L In Florida, but this pest is still food entirely may upset the dietary The new agreement provides for Rev. Clayton C. Johns begana bullet had struck his cheek and h _
L among our herds and another re- balance seriously. Those who have limitation of shipments by size as series of meetings at the Gra and lodged in his head, near his
minder to take all possible) preven- conditions or diseases requiring well as grade, Inspection and certification ham Christian Church May 18. right ear.
tive measures against It Is not un- special foods should not attemptto by accredited Inspectors, They will continue every night at _. For Expert RepairingSmith's
timely at this season of the year- regulate their own diet. Such and a control committee of 12 8 o'clock through May 31. The REPORTS OVERPAYMENTLAKELANDAnother
,..l just before the advent of hot cases call for diagnosis and a diet members. Under the new agree- following program will be observed man for
I f weather. I prescribed by a reputable physician. ment, it Is possible for the Industryto on Sundays: Services 11 o'clock, dlogenes! A. E. Fowler, WPA ex
If a farmer has cows or hogs require inspection of melons before refreshments 12 noon, Sunday ecutive, received a letter from a
n that will bring him money when I Fear of certain food combinations shipment and to hold off the School 3 o'clock evening service 8 WPA worker who assisted on a GaragePhone
marketing time rolls around, It certainly Is common. Usually there Is market low grade or undersized o'clock. Everybody Is welcomedand citrus survey. "The government
i is to his Interest to safe no sound basis for such fears. Nutritionists melons which tend to depress the urged to bring basket lunches. overpaid me $11.81. What shall I
guard the animals against this say that no two foods market. In event of market gluts, do Too Fowler forwarded the letterto 120
a peat It may require extra time that are good for people If eaten I the agreement and order enables AMPLE FEED SUPPLY State headquarters.
' ,. and work inspecting and treating f separately will hurt them when I the industry to declare shipping FOR FAMILY COW IS Wrecker Service
}, y { animals that have been hurt or eaten together. One widely recommended holidays.The STRESSED BV BROWN HIT $2, OO.000 MARK Day or NightFOR
9+1)) that have been attacked by the diet bans eating starch and control committee consistsof TALLAHASSEE state's l
screw worm, but the livestock own- protein at the same meal. But scientists six growers and six handlers. GAINESVILLE ample sup- collections from liquor, beer and
er must do this or his herd will point out that many of our Florida members are: L. D. Edge, ply of home-grown feed for the wine taxes and licenses crossed the =
; suffer heavily from the ravages of natural foods contain both starch Groveland; B. T. Martin, New- milk cow so she will produce sufficient $2,500,000 mark today, or approx- YOUR
n9i this peat. and protein and that it is impossible berry; C. O. McRae, of Eustls. Alternates milk for the Florida farm imately $250,000 a month since liquor KINGSLEY LAKE PARTIES
i treatments and are: W. B. Sanders, Lees- became legal and taxable last
Beans
Using recommended to separate them. family la! one of the main objec-
a of dehydrated pine tar oil to prevent peas are rich In both. Cereals also burg; J. N Cannon, Falmouth; andJ. tives of the State Agricultural Ex- June 26. Collections so far total SPECIAL PRICE
from and starch. B. Neal, of Mcintosh. I $2,541,02184, and liquor taxes at
+ r the screw worm fly laying contain protein tension Service.
'' eggs In exposed vulnerable I Milk, rich in protein, contains This plan fits In nicely with the 80 cents a gallon have supplied $1- On BEER in CASE LotsSANDWICHES
the fact that It is for to 345,279.12 of it.
parts or in skinned or bruised carbohydrate In the form of milk good us soil conservation program, which
f places on animals and ninety percent sugar If starch and protein were have some raw fruits and salads allows production of forage and .
commercial benzol to kill the i I harmful together, the thousands every day to increase our vitamin feed crops on land that Is retired "RATS SAY POLICE
,i worms that have already attacked -' of meat sandwiches consumed by Intake, but they have carried the from production of cash crops, TAMPA-"Rats" comment Tam
,' stock will do much toward cut school children and business people recommendations to an extreme. Hamlin L. Brown extension dairy. pa police after answering most
ting down losses in herds. every day might give us causeto Raw egg whites are, for example, man, points out. burglar alarms. Thin wire tape,!. AND OTHER REFRESHMENTS
e If farmers don't keep after the worry. For the sake of a balI I supposed by these faddists to be Many farmers are planting their part of the alarm system protecting PREPARED TO TAKE OUT

screw worm by employing these anced diet, the sandwich lunch more digestible than cooked ones, land this year with, this idea in business houses from robbery,
; practices, the pest will appear In I might Include fruit and salad to but nutritionists say the opposite mind. provides bridges for the rats to use THE SPOTLIGHTFOR
+ numbers the hot minerals is true. In crossing from one room to an-
enormous during supply vitamins and justas "Insofar as the needs of the farm
summer months--the ideal kind of the meat and potato dinner The Idea that white meats are family are concerned, this state other. But the rodents are too
; weather for It to prorogate and needs a green or yellow vegetableand better for us than dark has no has been called deficient in produc- heavy and break the tape, thereby
; / thrive. Now Is the time to make a fruit dessert to complete it. sound basis Some of the glandular tion of milk. The soil conserva- setting off a bell at headquarter.
.
regular and frequent Inspections The fallacy about fish and milk organs are properly avoided on tion program enables our farmers
a; c of livestock to observe quickly Infestations eaten together probably started because a physician's advice by people with : to correct this fault by producing $200,000 FIRE .
,R i, or wounds on animalsan both of these foods spoil certain diseases Liver a 'good adequate feed for family cows," ORLANDO-Fire which gutted
dtreat them before they get ser readily if not properly cared for. source of iron, is often given to Mr. Brown says. two large warehouses here caused
lous. This Is especially true In summer.If anemic patients. Feed not only for the family cow 'damage estimated In excess of: p THE SAKE
The screw worm Is still a men each is absolutely fresh and Instead of worrying about what but for other farm animals as well 200000. The warehouses were
+ ace to the Florida livestock Industry wholesome separately, they may not to eat It is better, dietitians may be produced on retired acres. filled with stock and merchandise
& -an Industry which hast be combined without fear. think, to consider how to get In all County agents throughout the for a number of business houses : OF YOUR OWN
: made great progress during the Raw-food faddists have seized on the different foods needed by the state are stressing this plan. They were the Dr. P. Phillips Com-
e past few years--and If livestock body. Balance meals of meat and Farm families generally have pany Packing House and the Cen- INTERESTSELECT
owners wish to hold the ground bread and sweets with a generous enough milk in the summer, but tral Storage and Warehouse Company -
li! }t they have gained by using approved they must continue to wage a careful supply of vgetables, fruits and the supply Is deficient in winter, .
i animal husbandry practices and consistent battle against the milk, they say, and forget the fads I the season when children need milk -.
4 by selection of purebred animals-, pest. and fears. most, Mr. Brown states. This CANDIDATES SPENDING s'rv
+r, makes It important that feed be TALLAHASSEE:--First primary
produced in summer and stored for campaign expenditures crossed the
-..- .' .. -, '.< winter use.Would $100,000 mark last night as the
last of statements due from can-
dldates for state-wide and congressional -
eN Protect People'sRights offices were filed in the sec- _

I More and more people are buying the and State retary of state's office. Thte total
i Assets stood at $101,03125 on the basisof

=-= NEW 1936 CHEVROLET unofficial--tabulations.. '

: ASSURED OF DELEGATES FESTER %W JENNINGS
LVV JACKSONVILLE-The campaign
&caiae UJ' de 1it .
ptrcea/cah
i ma/ CQ11 ow commitee of the State Democratic
Executive Committee announcedhere
that all candidates for election TO
m '. \.,
i I!; iit{ :r"u; :, *._, People. today want a car that I as delegates to the national
a ?r. 4 absolutely. safe. And the 1936 convention In Philadelphia next CONGRESSVigorous
h Chevrolet i i. the tnfnt car that month are supporters of President
V Roosevelt. This, the committee
) money can buy tot It' the
V ir said, assures Mr. Roosevelt' of
; with
V v only low-priced car New Aggressive DependablePd.
PrrfrctfJ Hydraulic 1 Braiaa. Florida's 14 votes at the National

Convention opening June 23. Pol. Adv.
!,
THIEVES THUMB RIDE 'kI c ST. PETERSBURGNext time
Wilbur Moore and Floyd Mitchell,
C negroes accused of stealing ciga- "
-AND IMAGINE I IT USES
rettes from a store here, want to
leave town in a hurry, they will C NO ELECTRICITY AND HAS
SAMUEL W. GETZEN walk. They made the error of
1, Candidate for thumbing a ride with Constable y, NO MOVING PARTSI"SUPERFEX
naturally want Urn smoothest and Ii> his platform, Mr. Getcnitutes the theft. Tucker said they
''i'n.T. \\ Wine buyer also want complete most comfortable ride known. "A* State Treasurer and a dropped the stolen cigarettes when
,l # ; overhead protection .. a Solid That mean the Knee-Action member of the vanou.. constitutional they recognized him and ran. Both
p tl. Strfl ono-piera Turrrt Ton Gliding Bide! Only Chevrolet State Boards, I shall strictly were captured.
-
ir, O'V.' the alrongeat top made. uefa bring* it to you at low coat. enforce laws for protection of ; ie .
people! and the assets of the
i41 t,1 V t ro.lsoi.eacluai.etoCbevrolet State
.
DEMANDS: JAIL TERM
of Florida"
: ._" IS MADE FOR RURAL HOMES..ITOPERATES
i *. in the lower ]>ric range. Yd Pol. Adv.Claud BRADENTON--Officers said it ,
took a promise cf a six months
I I KEROSENE
< li'' jail sentence to coax a man down n .-/.d... ON
Tompkins from the coping of an 'eight-story I per Condenser Top
office building where be alternately me..ssf. c' "imsd ODAYtbous.nd'ofbomn
walked, skipped and reclined ........iuJ arc using; Superfes Reft't' :
iih _t'. trouble to .rave money, particularly while a crowd In downtown streets aperahos. raton. And whatever you ,nn"
-, when the them you'll also find cnchu
i y von can get watched -bre thlessly. The man,
1 r lineal f performance along with 1 booked as Reynolds Jones of Manatee aide uacra
+. Genuine Finhrr No Draft Vrnliml; the aavmg. Chevrolet's IlighComprcaiiion : finally was talked out of his "Th. bUlaera remain lighted (for
arm ia another i;;/ ; Valveiillea, .i announced'intention to leap to his bone two boon aach d.jr ro
J j i I t 'b,4 aaTely I..ture..bi..b. .. ia found only F.nigiiifemcluaive to Chcvruierin death and locked in the county give you a whole. day During and, Dltll
'' 3i r on thie one low-priced car. It ila price range-gives unequaled jail on a charge of drunkenness. of refrigeration. Ibodi ",?
|''j t c 'i Nl' aonope in kreeaea on warm d.,.. performance. with Covnty Traffic Patrolman Neil .entire./.1, cold period.ad your yon can: fret..
'tpa, t and prevents drafts on cold day. _". EVi1VF Keen was the officer who succeeded ic. cubes,mak lIau.ual.fto,
r r In talking Jones down from his and chilled dMterta.Tbi"hartburoing
time give* you .l.JM
to
precarious position, promising
tto'
't1 In i Its most
t, :' s do all In his power to promote the refrigeration comical: form.
+. jail sentence which he said Jones
os.atnaaAw demanded as a condition for his S.. the new model

surrender. The 1936modela...norrtadr';
,,1 d'' s y Driver prefer it for till another. Mason MISSION HALL With their adjuat.bl..heirsr|
li 7 B; 1 Shock proof Steering. a feature which Although a much needed shower and many other new nvoce. : 'ru:
'I i'tit' m.Ia. driving e ;ortl..**. FoUoui America'* had dampened things overheadand they are olltn.adingla.con.ad..
> s + judgment-buy m new 1936 Cfovrabtf+s only under foot, nothing had dampened : Their new .. 6.i1bm.kabem.pleal.g
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i t<> itfi complett lote-pricrJ cart the Tuesday the ardor evening of those Bible who Stud-enjoy .a.Eaty termur.a"dro1 partof'bll rkitch :

i :' ,lth'' AU THIS rlATUlIS AT CHtVROlirS LOW 'IICISOouu FOR ies, so there was a good attend if deaired. Ask < boos. !
ab; n AMD U >. t LM*r4c../fVnc 5MJ!c..UiJlo.rl" ance, as usual, at the Mission for oottraoon ia your own
i MOTORS INSTALLMENT .... ,,. _.
PLAN49o 5 < >* 1 lei f* im '. the weekly meeting.
it 4 **-'4".s' M. Mv M *b tto dtrwt.44w CONGRESS"Send
t MONTHLY PAYMENTS TO SUIT YOUR PUS ar-M1MrAM"r:. =''' '' '." /=;" .,rrUA.CaiTaoLLT There Is a REST beyond that of A. B. CLARK
: KIOTO COMPANY DETROIT. MICHIGAN a Business Men to the physical body, and It Is to be LAKE CITY, FLORIDA R. F. D. No. 3 A
gained even now, thus the lesson TrlrphoH. N.. 1. Elllavllla
Congress. studied pointed out a way for a ..J/tri .,C1-/JJy "
Native Floridian. these who are burdened and anxi-
BURNING
Heavy Taxpayer... ous over many things In this life to CIT DUD ETC V THE OIL

; Torode Chevrolet Co. Experienced Sound Democrat.Business Man find Many His peace are looking and to enjoy forward same.to O U r A REFRIGERATORA

STARKE 'FLORIDA (Paid Political Adv.ewle .) the return engagement of Dr. W. HODUCt Of PllflCTIOM IlOVl CO" *
R. Newell soon. -

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,tit J CBVRCt_ DIRECTORY I "No I. I Just escaped from the I I but hackle blocked; her way spoke casually "Say, Boas, the I complain about the Dupont Street it

\.YrIST CHURCH : I tire. I was living there" She appeared -I "Walt a minute: What do you Professor's over at the Joint waitIng -

IgtST; FMwcIscaiI dazed The bouncer looked take me for" Tm Blackle Norton fire"Why. ,
gL ("rIce, Pastor to rehearse that new girl and they pulled that off like
C) to o'clock a. m", I her over with approval I I I you know. Blackle Norton'! Why, she's never showed up," old time circus performers'-

gngday School Supt I "Where're you heading for?" !! I wrote that spiel you Just pulledpa "That so?" asked Blackle casu- Another Visitor cut In: "Mr. Norton -

J Tbomae 11 a. m. I !I "That's Just It I don't know," son father sacrificing mother ally you ain't got no kiddles. But 1 "

)[toning: WorshiP A lEheEUS MITCNEIL "Come Inside end l have a brnc-:: years ago! But I guess you did "Guess we can forget her, can't look at me! I got Fritz und lIan.unI .

TFpT15p.myeptng 1:30: p. mS. er." Babe took her arm hospitably ,, get burned out in that old trap on we'" --"

worshiP Meeting' Wednes- and helped her Into the Paradise Dupont Street." Again Mary "Yeah Forget her, "Well, boys," Interrupted Black-

S Teachers -- -- Music Hall steered her to a table'started I for the door; again he interposed "Am I relieved!" cried Mat, and Ie, "put me down\. for a hundred ,

y,1:15: p Saver service Wed- A NEWCOMER AT "PARADISE" In a box and asked her what she his own body between her began a cheery whistle. dollars.' "

ygd.week Hall.On the stage, Trixie, a good- would have i I and escape. "Say, what kind of a "No good, eh?" asked Blackle's "That Isn't what we came for

y 8 p. m._ CHAPTER ONE looking girl In the middle twenties "Just a glass of water, please. So game are you working The last sparring partner, I Blackle; said the spokesman "We

Chore was leading the chorus In a this Is the Paradise! 'poor little choir girl' I met was up "I'll say she's good," laughed want you to let us run you for Alderman ;

Methodist Pastor. It was New Year's Eve 1905 In number introducing the new year. "That's right Stater. The hot- In Alaska. She had a diamond in Blackle sarcastically. "Why, her We want to make 'em

ileV B. M Montgomery. m. San Francisco. Men and women In On their skirts was printed 1903: ; test spot on the Barbary Coast!! her tooth." father was a preacher!" tear them traps down, and put up

sundaY Scbool-10 a. m. evening dress watched the mid- suddenly, they all ripped off their I "Well, rm not going to disagree "I'm not working any game. Will "A preacher Gee, that's an old. brick buildings. And you're the '+?

)! miDi \Vorshlp-ll night din of the revellers from the skirts, to be revealed In black I with you." The waiter returned you let me out, please?" one," guffawed Mat only man on the Coast with the authority ?

pworth League-7:3O: p.m.m. windows of the old Palace Hotel. tights on which were painted In with the water. As she sipped It I "Just a minute. Where are you "Well, maybe her father was a to do It." l '.

Evening worship, 8p. Through the crowd In the court a white the figures 1906. Trixie trip- and glanced about, the voice of : going" preacher," said Black Ie'. partner, "Look here, Alaska, you and the
these serv-
I
j fou are inv:ted to; all carriage made Its way amid the ped down a runboard among the Blackle Norton came from the "I don't know." "Tim still believes In Santy boys all know Jack Burley's the

din and confusion of hundreds of spectators. Catching sight of doorway way back of her. Her eyes did not quail at the Claus, Mat!" biggest landlord on the Coast I've .'

prenbyterton"Church: ; voices, tin horns and other noise- Blackle, her face lighted Joyfully "Who's your friend. Babe?" long questioning look he gave her. "The trouble with you Is you talked to him and he'a made out

Lv H Lowry. Minister producing contraptions. Upon one and she made her way un.to him. "It's a little lady was burned out He let go of her arm. "You can Uou't believe In anything of granite." t, "

George. m, -Sabbath SchooL of the horses attached to the car- "Happy New Year Blackle" Her In that fire. Meet Mr. Norton, I bunk here It you want to." He "That's where I'm smart, Tim." "We've never put up a fight be '

I i i,noa A M. -Morning Worship; riage sat a girl, evidently of the voice was as much as a caress aa Miss. He owns the joint' shrugged his shoulders and started "Smart' The man gave Blackle fore "We've neve r had a real .'

!UN:: the pastor. "society" element, clad In disheveled the glance she gave him "Burned out, eh?" said Blackle, for the bedroom returned with a I| a blow which knocked the breath leutl er. SSBlackle'

nnon by m Young Peoples Ves- silk evening gown, upon her He pinched her cheek. "Happy his eyes roving over hre. "That's suspicious look at Mary, picked upI lout of him and sent him to the "I think It's a great Idea," said

Lr 5.00 p head the silk hat of one of the men New Year, honey" His eyes wan- tough. Where've you been keep- I gilt clock and took It with him I floor Blackle remained there, sparring purfner. who I

Service m.Evening Worship. in the coach. She had had much dered over her head to the rear I Ing yourself that I haven't seen Mary watched him go, a a grin. had Just returned, dressed In his S
[ | .I priestly robes
p ? :
too much to drink and replied In room; through the door he saw you
!
Rosewood BupUSt Church I. kind to the comments and blasts crowds about the various gambling "I I only Just moved Into "That's right Father Mullln. '

I Bt>'. L O. Hemingway. Pastor upon horns directed towards her devices, The bouncer, a large, the neighborhood. rm a sfnger dough We'll back him. We'll put up the i''

I services every Sunday. Bible by various men and women spec- beefy man known as Babe caught "A singer' Blackle became In- '

lady 10:13 a. m, Services at 3:30: tators.A his eye, and barged towards him."Where's terested. "Working anywhere' said"You Father like a fight Blackle." :
Mullin. "
[clock to afternoon. dark man In evening dress and the fire Boss?" "No. I've been looking uptown "Can "Go on'!

\PTIST CIIURCII "topper," wearing an Inverness "Dupont Street The old Bristol but couldn't find anything" tx It ait chesty Nob you Hill see what swell's that big. ,
I BETHEL gonna tlu '
cloak the cape of which swung !." "Let see your legs 1
A Donnley, Pastor when he bears he's Blackle
got SS
I L. to
Bev back from his shoulders, carryinga : "Oh, that trap!' said Babe In a "I said I was a singer." deal with
I every first Sunday. asked one of the visitors
Services
| School, 2:30: p. m. gold-headed cane, removed him- voice that meant: "It's about "Well, I could use another sing s .;
Sunday self from the crowd with a smile of time!" er." At that the girl raised her "
I Bible,| study and Prayer Services Ycuh, that's what I'm '
night superior detachment. Yet he replied "Put your foot an this chair | skirts a trifle. Blackle pulled them bitter"I'm of,' said Blackle. thinking
Saturday "I think
|1ry genially enough to the words Blackle," said Trlxie. "Your shoes up to her knees. "Okay. Know fellows have all you
of greeting and NewYear's, wishes that number. let hear blown your top- '
First Christian Church are all muddy. She snatched a I Okay me peia! But come over to the i!
flung at him by nearly every other It." He sat back, utterly Joint
Pastor napkin from a table and set to you sing and
R cv. {t'. T. McGulre, we'll have a drink and talk It r
10 a. m. person he passed. Evidently be work cleaning his shoes. Blackte unconcerned, while she struggled over
School, I
]
Bible I wfX x :,cM' ._ n ..que.lnr8.n(". .1 attcnliob: aside from through the song Mat had Just rln-
I Communion a. m. paid if not some importance In the San
ished.
I his foot the chair
Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m. obediently on Francisco" when Black and hid 'I+
Francisco of that day. "That's the third fire we've had fair set of
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30: "You've got a pretty friend entered the Para lse- -singIng -

t m. As he neared Lotta'a Fountain, this week Babe. We'd better all I pipes," was Blackle's comment, ..w.I It for Its music and rhythm, not

[ Preaching Second and Fourth he heard a young man shouting to buy asbestos suits Trixle's head, i "What would you say to seventy as the Barbary Count was accus

indays Ham. and 8 p. m. the crowds of revellers: "There's bent over her task, brought her five a week' fl turned" to hearing it sung

wine In Lotta's Fountain, folks! neck about which was a flashy dog i< Her answer was, after a long, "Black Ie." said Alaska, "ain't she '

gt Marks Episcopal Church Its running wine!" collar under Blackle's eyes. I I' dazed look at him to crumble up not working singing a little slow Hope you
any
Service on second, fourth and There was a stampede towardsthe "Thought I told you not to wear on the floor In a faint me haven't gone and signed her up."

fib] Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. fountain which carried the that thing, Trixie!" I "Give me seventy-five bucks," outWpleaxft"t "Why? So you can grab her off

Litany and choir practice at dark man, probably in his early "Oh, honey, I think It's nice." I I said!! Mat, who Joined them In time 1 for your Joint ?" Alaska's laugU '

f 99 o'clock on Friday nights pre'eedmg thirties, along with It Above the Blackle removed it roughly from I| to overhear the offer, "and I'd drop had a tone of guilt In It. Blacklo i

Sunday services. fountain was a gaudy sign read- about her neck. "I think it makes I I dead!" 1 smile on her face. She picked up "I'm a sucker If I ever learn any- cut In roughly on Mary's singing i
Ing: "Drink with Freddy Duane, you look cheap." Tears came Into "Walt a minute!
I her grip and started for the door thing! For twenty years you'vemauled What do you : + '

Graham Christian ChurchRev the greatest wine agent In America. the girl's eyes and she felt of the "ORPHAN CHILI OF A to the stairs. In her hurry she me about, you big mug, think I'm running a funeral par.

C C. Johns, Pastor ." From a truck the driver Wall red marks it rough removal had'I COUNTRY PARSWN" I I Jammed the valise against a table. and made a chump out of me, andI l lor?nAt tr

unloading the last case of cham made In her neck. She bent lower I i Its fragile catch burst open. As always come back for more! I'm Mary's look of distress, the ,

| Service second and fourth Sundiji pagne. "Shall we bring any more, over his shoes, and Babe whisper I CHAPTER TWO Mary knelt, gathering up the spilled not going to move from this spot "Professor," playing the accompa. !"

) 11 a m. and 8 p. m. 3 Mr. Duane?" he shouted over the ed behind his hand: contents, the bedroom door opened until you're out of the building." nlment' went to her defense. "But. !11
| Bible School Sunday p.m.
every Jow Lee, Blackle's Chinese servant a trifle. Blackte'a hand slipped "All right, kid. See you later." Blackle, with a voice like her It

Service every Sunday night 8 was removing dishes and the key Into the lock-on her Mat looked after the boxer, an ain't so easy to--" ; 4

im. icmnanta of food from a table In side. She went to the door and admiring grin on his face. "Father "Get up" Interrupted Blackle '

[ prayer meeting; Wednesday his master's apartment over the quietly turned the lock. It assured Mullin sure packs a wallop! sat down at the piano and played ,

hi L kJ music hall. The fainting girl, for- her safety. And she had no placeto "Has he gone?" Blackle peered the piece to hot rhythm. "Put

tified by food and drink, was ill go, no money. At length she lay around cautiously and was getting something Into Itl! Heat It up! ,

i at ease at the approving glance down upon the uncomfortable sofa. up when a delegation of fellow pro Give It that!" p

from the Chinese's eyes, and at Afer an hour of vainly courting prietors of amusement places In "I can't sing like that, Mr. Nor. rd,

BOB JONES being alone In the apartment of a sleep, she stretched out on the the Barbary Coast filed Into the ton," said. Mary ? ,

total stranger man of whom she floor, resting her head on an em- gymnasium big shots, dressedIn "Well that's the way you're goIng '

) Comments On Here WL I1L11 Wall somewhat frightened, Blackle broidered cushion Inscribed, "Wel- their beat, self-conscious and to sing-or you don't sing for 1'

Norton entered as Jow Lee left, come to San Francisco" full of Importance. As they greetedhim me," t r

And Hereafter RJr T'I removed his hat and coat. Blackie was boxing In the gym effusively, Bluckle sank backon (To be conUnuml' ) ,

> E "Well, did you have some rest" nasium with a tall handsome young the floor A middle-aged, rug I .

Jesus related about aJudge "Yes, thanks Mr. Norton I man of about his own age the following ged, sweaty man acted as spokes An epitaph In the Langdale, Ala.i
a parable
want to thank you for your kind morning, when his singer, man for the group ,cemetery reads. : "I have called In
i who lived In a certain town
ness and-" Mat, came up to the ring. He "Blackle, we've looked you up to to stay all night.
who did God had
not fear and noJrfjard .
"Aw, never mind the etiquette""But
for man. The reason theIwlge
It was stupid of me faint''
had no regard for man was
like that. I haven't eaten much
because he did not fear God. A ai"I ing
t today She looked up at him
law: without a God-consciousness:
with an anxious smile. "It's true
|hu no appreciation of human val- a
"
isn't It? You did offer; me a job' 1
|lII. Jesus, Who was God, Incar-
"What's the matter? Want It in '
J:ute\ went about doing'good.. He r !
?" His smile waa quizzIcal.
j- writing
Itfminlstered to human needs and You've got a pretty
Satisfied human wants. He had a s fair set of piper;" was "No, but "
Blackie't comment. At her hesitation, he exclaimed:
tt
IIIder -
Interest
In little children ; fti0TTU
It out!
ud "Well. spit.
ald. 'Suffer them to come
"I don't sing very well if I don'tcat
anon and forbid them not." A
*lckedwt woman walking down the tumult to the big, fat hearty man- "!olrs. Forrestall's over there : and I haven't any money.."

I 1* t of a town saw Him In a of-the-world In evening dress, with a party of swells. She's been "Well, now Isn't that tough!" His h.gtse.i.orr .If.. .I AU Pm Bs./ Y t
.
,
!borne! i and recognized Him as ahead watching the antics of the people asking for you." Blackle nodded tone Wall insincere and uspl lolla. a.... aooI.l=sae I 7. 1'0. OBEY .wMlra A.daIlurbt, l 7 rot orRT

She washed His feet with struggling to get a drink .of the with a smile, left Trixie with her He patted her shoulder familiarly, C.hH-.l 7- l C.v.by llee.l7.e,
.._ ..... I .80 !h.r.s 1srr.d.
tiers! and dried them with the hairs wine. humble service uncompleted. He "What's your name, babe? TIle r- Y. $ $ j.80
AID TH11I 1fEWU.uD AAD TNLS itjwS/Alfa
or her' head. He saw beyond the "Bring" all we've got!" Duane went to the table, leaned over the "Mary Blake. lw 0.. Tw ertl= hr ow Tsar '

atn and depravity of that fallen shoulted back. "Empty the ware- pretty society woman who lookedup "That's catchy. You picked a

oman a soul worth saving. Every houses! Hello, Blackle!" he cried at him softly. She and her good one! Just make yourself at

life has value when warmly, as the dark young man companions were quite "tight." home, honey. I'll be right with M "
we see menthrough 41 MC CALLS
He went into the bedroom 'OFEERNOi.l/i': : I tot'
the eyes of God. Life has was pushed and shunted to his side. "Hello, Eunice, Happy New Year you. ", p

little value In Russia because that "Oreat sight, eh?" He bent down to kiss her. adjoining. Mary Blake threw a bic.Story Picto y Fa
: New Year Blackle. You worried glance after him. He P' a
ammunlstlc nation does not believe "Great advertising Freddy. "Happy THIS NEWSPAPER n1
man's shoul know husband" called: "Where'd you hail from?
In God. The Satanic conspiracy Blackie patted the fat my
to crowd God out of the der. Duane's reply was drownedin "Oh, how do you do" sale "Benson, Utah That's near Salt 'for 1 year and / ''

!wucatlonal and business life means a blare of music from a Victoria Blackle, kissed !oIr.. Forrestall and Lake."

that>t humanity goes down and not In which were seated a large, looked up at her husband. "I hope "Been here long?" 3
"
up, handsome woman and a numberof you don't mind?" "No. Only a few weeks Big Magazines '
THIS
"Where've you been working? NEWSPAPER S 4?
girls whom Blackle recognizedas "Not as long as I'm looking.What'll r .
entertainers. A number of Mr. Norton ?" "In the Benson public library. for f I a
The need cafe you have. one full 9
of .
the world today is p year $
**, middle-of-the-road other vehicles, similarly laden, witha ;"Bring; I me a little water" said "Singing His short laugh put

>"!" e. consecrated, well, balanced common German brass band on foot, followed Blackle to the waiter. Mat. Black- her on, no.the defensive."Oh I sang in. church Sundays And 4 Big Magazines ,
Christian wake. half e
leadership. The whole In its ie's chief singer, was way father's old church
'rW la filled "Hello. Delia! Happy New Year!" through "Dapper Dan" when a -my I
with lop-aided peoPle I Macaalne from
and- Group A; Mifjxtats from Group B 4la +
We called Blackle to the large woman. very drunk man In expensive evening ; ai/ k tI
speak of acle:00c
this the
aa choir?
In a church
"
: "The same to you. Blackle! cried clothes stood up at a table "So, you sang
age Men u
are protesting father's a preacher: ? ,
wishes were the Forres- And your 4
Della, and her good near that occupier by
emotional
JPtast life. As mat- g
f fact, no program Is ever a "put repeated by the girls In the various talls, and waving unsteadily, said His mocking believed voice betrayed she was his ly- Select l Any 3 Magazine) J

!lYeI" without some emotion In It.U&rchy carriages. don't In a penetrating voice that carried Ing.thoughts-he She burst out resentfully. From This List ......OM.....'.. A"' 'arLfeeW. !) )
la dominated "You know everyone, over the orchestra music: C ..... !
!doa of hate. by the emo- ?" kidded Duane."Everyone "I say, old man. I hate to men- 'He was. He died four years ago. "T... .tery .1IT- aNwNeesaNWw.1! T -':Myet'I'/ -sas w
,
Communism Is aa you child ofa S NMI/. Ar 11. .
"I The orphan NNIN A..N 6 QeNeeo .1 CMUaIM.
ttnotlonal that's worth knowIng but singing La awful. get you : B '
It ,
movement'but It Is not tion your CUIotl. H.r.Id .. : yM.r" r aM 1ArlMOrlti.a4f; 1 ,
noble Blackle, as another The singer continued, but his country parson. FIwa0r.ws = a I/NMSIN" ; .
emotion which controls. : grinned She controlled her exasperation M..d.. _I 7- O,1eie" ":..... (fir 1I.u-) 1N 1.-, N 1hAws.h&d
What It wasa the room M
We need 'Is the power to pro- and different din broke out. eyes began to roll about I disbelief In her story, but !I.niter ,I Lr M.I yw 00 ; ,Neter.hu I re ="" N.Ssau. JP ; 'i
*"y balance human fire engine. It had to slow up to in search of the bouncer. "I don'tlike at his I MoC.II'. Ma..... _I T- NLaII" . 1 K _.e'rMy4r, . 11 JP
lllan emotion. will and hu- turn a corner near the fountain, i to press the -matter, old boy, desperately wanted the Job he had M.... CI..... 17. a ant etaNedlNril.,CMUU 2tl :-,, : : ;I ,
The development her. "After all Mr. Norton Jr.-" .,- lo ...... l1JP J Y'
or the head and heart should and a voice cried: "Where's the and I regret to repeat myself, but promised t 01.. ac1 (Ilefll -I ,..s 8 p. de'YMSi 1M. lrr "IIIW' ,...4tI_"': I
1 together, go is awful! You prob- there are such men as country --g'' Ma9..... a ydMdn Lntlr) 1" e ......j' IA j y 1 { ,
singing a q. ,
r The of fire? your do l.thaada .. .. anM." .ther'r S"a/ 1 JP
ill, overdevelopment and sometimes they (C..II1') T- ....' ltw 1.1. / il v
shouted about this- parsons ""' ;
heart without the development "On the Barbary Coast! ably think I'm wrong I IlateI.l ::1:: t ;:: 8' tl.atalM : : "" ,,,wut 1 JP 4 ,
.
"
daughters ,
the trumpetedhands. as he felt the hand of have SNa tae Q11i fr''''':' 1rr 'J' i i ,
He '
head through stopped : L1'
fireman := ; :: 1T. 1N
will a i .
.
(,-T produce religious his "Well now that sort of puts men I tp./mie.. e aa'...,../r.r. 1 JP ,t, +
tlclmB.. the bouncer, under arm .. irva 1 H a .
Babe Se aII .
7 .
-
a 1 '
and : '
Wild religious or.Head doesn't It? And who II fall NewQ .l "'.11".i. ''' 1 ;
Ilea. "I place, D..Ih...a AgrieuJ twM. y- AsalW 1' '
The it's my him to the door. Just my 0 S4c.i." t
redevelopment of the "The Coast Maybe propelling to 'Frisco?" TN. C...._ I 2tr .... ." 'or,."MN,, p '
.
brought a praarJwirl. ... '
you Id jw 1 ,
Without Joint! cried Blackle, as he pushed wanted to tell my friend W_'. .. ,. :J M H w.o.,(, 'f' r
proper heart training here. t) e / 1 Y.f
helped me get nr/ar,
pill produce a his way through the crowd, "I know. I feel Just the way you "My mother .DT.-a.< $ .f eafellw/ee/ Autw" 0 I tarn.M rer: tllli., 2... rtrldyy. NnIM, _. 1 JP
cold scholastic out of the .. IWI rr
!lctellUtic approach< to life. Real I made a flying leap and landed on do, pal, but we"mustn't hurt the .' bed"I room see. In a He dressing came gown. Mary .f titium l. TriM Slaty d10Wd.Mad. "If.. 19 with Olt ** *- 0 -'.... 1..
dUeation Out In the lobby "
develops' head and the fire truck. artist's feelings. of fright M.eha.hl a Iav.1 y_ ++
:: are perfectly heartA The engine drew up In front of Babe solemnly shook the man's jumped up a new wave AsaAaa awl I 7... / / HD.a..eo
gy Into sweeping over her. "I suppose t.w e ,
man house."Well hand and the drunk staggered 1
rooming ,
That t ls m !love with a girt A blazing frame Into passing poor old mother needs sn ''ub.. ..1 uteur. 1"- J' <
Is aU right' That Mr. Norton, It ain't your the; street, bumped a your 7w ,
8e should not I. noble. said the fireman to Blackie."It woman so smartly that she gasped operation? CEMTLEMZNi I EAcJoee! S__ Pl.... Send M. '
marry her until next place, believe do r
me
( "'" will> He Isn't hot"enough for my and fell upon the sidewalk. The "You" don't In a D Oiler Vo. I C OUr N.. 2 D OU.c N.. J O OB.r No. 4I
ii asked backing away
of ready to Dialrryhnw.H wR Joint!" replied Blackle, a shade of drunk fell beside her. She was you ? she *. CB.cUaV the s>.gula.s d.slr.d with a yea*. suhicripHen M J '

r' the emotional| In his voice. He stayed young, pretty and evidently refined panic. I la yovf.t pep'.
Impulse arrogance believe You're
troll con- sure I you. C-
dishevelment In her "Why
eBauet and he marries this year long enough to see the firemen despite her which right Mary." He slid his arm'all : :
suitcase
small
bloc belt In blanket two children lands was a
a
Judgment and his catch her.Needing.
(eated.That young man la not edu- who had been trapped In an upper fell' partly open as It hit and the walk.smil- bout work she risked a last .
"
assurance from "Hello! said the drunk I I / 'heet L F.I)
80Q j properly educated room, and for an I ppeal. "You're stronger than 1am. & se S
hI8e.one whose imrire that everyone was out ed at her contentedly. 5 ;
emotional the captain hurried out to her and So la a gorilla.
'lid Controlled by judgment of the building, and then made his i Babe to her feet. "Fm sorry, He gave her a> long look, then,, T.wa Uri ...,. r 1'1't' t e
her
helped +
,Ia.- .IllaJllife Only can the Properly power balance of God way through Into Pacific the Jam street of merrymakers to his i I kllss. What's the matter t Had a removed and his moved arm. towards She grabbed the door hervalise |I I I j ,. . . ., . s sk

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Established MEMBERvrFLORIDA 1877 = ; TO CLASSIFY Mister Veteran !

IIr nuiiKLi KAYarrrrLrL
h i PRESS ASSOCIATION F..I.. Pre.. ....... I
INVEST YOUR BONUS IN ONE OF THESE FARMS '
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V ::J.at.Wa/Id 1935'J latidcai' _e I Maybe you've attended a meet. We have several improved Bradford County Farms ranging in size from twenty to P 4 t

and Priced from $500 to 3000. Terms of 20% cash balance as
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P -blihed'Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class I I you haven't but I'm tcllln' you long) as 20 years, @ 5% interest. Let us show you these properties. You do not

+' Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida It's got backed an old off fashioned the boards.revival With have to wait we can trade today. Prices will- never be lower.

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E. L. Matthews ____ .. __ _________Editor and OwnerSUBSCRIPTION alleged exposin' of the racket Call on WILSON REALTY CO., STARKE .- / ;

.. -- .. -. ... .. .. ." --- --.- ,, I thought I'd drop around and or Forrest E. Navies St. Augustine. ;,r'f ,f
RATE see how the old folks were takln
It FEDERAL LAND BANK 4'OF -
Yearly $1.50; Six Months! 75c-Payable in Advance Are they down-hearted? NO! "
Advertising Rates on Application Have they lost faith 7 Not a bit COLUMBIA Ik. '" ,

<- -. .." .- ,.-- of It. All this opposition and congressional
meddlln' has served to
N I' By RED KERCE do Is Just make the Towns'ndltes
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that much more determined to
asks. Who filled force the Issue. dlaoramas will just naturally C. Hodges is named to take Tram- TUB LAY OF never pass you by
editor
"Who ended the depression! an There were no sound wagons on knock 'em for a loop and when I... mell's place? What If Dave Sholtz TUB CANDIDATES I We'll
up the Grand Canyon? the streets heralding the meeting,, point to the 12-pound black bass resigns with the understandingthat Election days are near at hand, see that you shall get
o the newspapers carried no ad- and say "How"d you like to get his successor gives him the the goofiest of the year, things your hearts
' Every time a Hill-Billy band floats in over the ether, we vertisements and It wasn't even an- In an argument with a big boy like Job? What If Claude Pepper, who And from all sides the candidates To be your humble servant
nounced over the radio. No chanceon that!"-rm bettln' it would takea nearly licked Trammell in his last in masses do appear,,. a
wish they were under it. an automobile, no bank night, i_ coupU of truck horses to hold race, is named? With promises of every kind and be our dearest boast

D or even refreshments were offeredas rrandpa. Then I'd tell grandma Every question la asked, every shape and every size But Voters, knowing prnmleet
full-head of an Inducement to attend, but how pretty the view la from the supposition is made except . That they can find, to dangle be- candidates' worst fault
4 About the time this country gets up a nevertheless there were 600 peopleat front porch bveriookln' the lake, who would serve the people best? fore the voters eyes:

; L steam, we elect pop-valve politicians to office. the gathering and a lot of folks parklin' in the sunshine, and how The poor people! Nice of them "Just vote for us, please vote for Will take them for what thej
i n had to stand ,up., the mockln' birds wake you up every to pay the taxes. Nice of them to us." they pleadingly do cry worth-with a pinch of salt''
r No general staff on a field of I mornln', and how nice It is to put the right ballots in the right "And when we get In office we'll Winter
if that
; 's There wouldn't be brickbat tossing in politics, Haven Cb
any battle ever tackled a problem more have fresh vegetables from your box. Nice of them to submit
; ? wasn't the only thing: hard enough to dent a politician's head determinedly or any more seriously ,own little garden all winter long tamely to 'personal privilege legis- ... ..

0 than these folks set about their I to say no thin' of rambler roses lation. But foolish of them to ex-
task to put over the Townsend I >eekln' In the window at you while pect any consideration when their
Adams biting the apple started first our trouble, butman's plan, so If you think the Idea Is you're doln' the breakfast dishes representative in Congress Is aboutto

: ? continuous desire to swallow; baloney keeps us in deep all washed up and the old folks are Tell ME I couldn't sell Florida! be named! THREE YEARS AGO

ti .5, water. Just foolln' around, you've got Step over here Miss Florida, and The electrorate la becoming so
plenty to find out let me decorate you with thIs accustomed to getting tht short
-0
Unless I'm a total loss at JuJgln' Townsend button and if you end of the stick, the raw deal, that
"Married men do not go to expositions! to get educated. human nature and hand wrlttn' on I haven't done so, write your congressmen the politicians that day after day AND NOW :

They go to see what they won't see at home," says Sally Rand,, the wall, I'm convinced that this and senators and tell 'em hand It to them are gradually
't movement Is goln' places. It may how you stand dropping even the pretense thai
fan dancer. Beg pardon. not result In the original TownsendPlan .- ---- they are working for the'people's

() as we know it today and It THIS POOR PEIPLE good. Their attitude, more and When the Democratic party -
may not accomplish the aim Its A perfect example' of how our more Is a "take.Jtand like It" one.
"The mouth becomes wider as a person grows older, de- came Into power a littla! i
followers hope for, but It's gonna Democratic': ..government of the And the peoples-more; and more, \
i clares a physician. Yet there is the strange case of that play hwith the political aspirations i people, for the people;. and by the are learning to take, it and like It. over three years ago a financial

t :; } youngster, Joe E. Brown. of those who are shortsighted people worka,w lI shortly be seen Jacksonville American. depression was in th<|
o -- enough to stand In ita way, andit's i when appointments are made to fill .
bound to bring about some two politically Important positions, land, business conditions
To protect his deaf white cat, a
r Scientists are trying to find a nervous breakdown among form of old age pensions on a far recently becoming vacant. London resident has placed huge Were dark and uncertainty ;

rats. Why don't they tell 'em for instance, that all the cats more liberal scale than anyone Already the street corner politicians "deaf' signs on the cat's sides existed on every hand Ou :
have committed suicide? ever dreamed of a few years ago. are arguing) the questions.Who I
Suppose, If instead of $200 a will take Senator Trammell's nation was )in need of leadership

o month, a pension of say $50 was place? Who will take Judge Rlt- Nighthawks fly mostly in the the people were discouraged

; A song that recently caused twenty Hungarians to commit provided to all over the age of six- ter', placeIt Is going to be, day time, and are not, related to the drifting poll ,
ty: this would give an aged cou- they say, a particularly ticklish hawks.
sounded like the Music Goes
f' suicide must have something
ple $100 to cavort around with and job. naming a new senator. ,' cles of the Republican part

"j : R and It, sung by Fats Waller. folks with pensions would retire What will be the political repercussions Attempts are.being made to organize sr,' brought our great and powerful ,
i o and seek the moat desirable and these politicians are askIng a state association', of cad-
Nation to the at
comfortable place to settle down It gubernatorial candidate W. die masters .In California. verge
Another trouble with the country is that men with plow and spend the rest of their days. I bankruptcy. Our great democratic

handle ability are being allowed to use the pen that signs the If Florida is smart, she'll take party In this nations
more than a passln' Interest In old FULL
checks. HITS STRIDE
government compensation GRADBURTON ,
age pensions. Thta state is a "na- crisis met the emergency nIt ,

o tural" as an "Old Folks Home. ;. always has as shown b\\ .

Note of special interest: Those persona. who prescribe rem. Let almost any kind of an old age \ I f i / the history of our Nation.
become effective andwe'll
1 ; edies for curing the world's ills are still looking for a phar- pension plan ON '
i have more prospective customers oev' ,
macist who can fill the, prescription. than we ever dreamed of. ACCOMPLISHMENTS: OF THE

o If you think grandpa and grandma ADMINISTRATION
are gonna stay cooped up, tend-
Iii People advise you to look at only the happy things of; In the furnace and nuroln' their

life. But how can you look at anything that seems happy in rheumatism all winter when they (1))' Work on the Cross State Canal. ((2)) Revision of our'
could be down here mlnglin' with Insurance of bank ((4)) Money tq
; .. life, through an empty pocketbook? banking laws. ((3)) deposits.
restored health, sunshine, flowers save farms from foreclosure. ((5)) Loans to home owners ((61
; o and mockln birds--you're crazy. The securities act. ((7)) Re-organization and help to the railroads
E'' And still the politician who represents a majority of the Our Job right now Is to quitsmartcrackln' ((8)) Money to banks In financial difficulties (9) C. C Camp*
about the old folks I' for young men. ((10)) Money for education of the youth <>f the:
IX- people maintains some forethought; as long as you can keepa
4 ,, and satrt makin' a sure 'nuff fuse aR10$ land. ((11)) Money for good roads.
fellow satisfied he isn't bellyaching. over 'em. Florida is going to Cleveland 7r)

( o this summer and will tell our Congressman Green Loyal To His I

But, dear people if you're going to elect the politicians to Lakes story to area millions when the In Florida the Great Ex- '- 1 Party and Party Chieftains

',,4, office on a promise of the earth, don't you know they'll takeit hibit Is staged as a part of the AppreciativeCongressman

away from you for past due taxes? Great Lakes Exposition

o Lot's' make a special appeal to ..".... Green was loyal to the party and was In the,
..
the Townsend folks and once those .' midst of the fight to put across the program of the party H s
Speed the day when the government swivel chair men people up in Michigan Indiana, sincerity and loyalty has made hirar a leader in Washington. Hb ,,
s will refrain from putting the bull to the farmers and allow Ohio, western New York and Permlylvanla fellow Democrats have recognized his worth to the party and UK-
( get the vision of what a Nation. The following Is one of the many letters of respect and ,
1j the latter to place 'em back on the farm. confidence reposed i In him:
") home in Florida really means, I'm 'If' ; :
o tellln': you they'll get that pensIonor -
I' ,t A New York scientist is laboring to perfect a" plan whereby bust congress wide openoneor DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE

human life can be extended for a period of seven years, but the other. WASHINGTON, D. q
: _U All I ask la a chance to take From all over Florida press clippings and telegram show Grady
offers reasonable for it. Honorable R. A. Green,
; absolutely no excuse old the band and
tome couple by Burton courageous Wauchulit candidate for Governor put on a trernendoiM -
I o lead 'em through our Florida Ex- bunt of speed last month to pAM the leaders early In May and House Office Building.
V "Main streets in towns. trails declares hIbit-let 'em smell that orange hit the home stretch In a strong steady stride that will carry him to Washington D. C. .
many once were cow '
the finish line June 2 well ahnud of the field.
blossom perfume and see the bearing My Dear Congressman!
Yes mister but times! do change. AUthere's
and editor. citrus trees. Those marvelous Pd. Pol. Adv. ?
I want you to know that I greatly appreciate the 8U'portt!
--
r now left is a few calves and lots of bull. the _Ion Ju'clOAed.
you gave administration program daring the
4.5: o I feel certain the people of the country generally realizethat i
.
It's hard to estimate the value of wild life in this country more beneficial\ legislation was paused at this session of 'on
geese than ever before In the Nation history.
', simply because the politicians are too busy ever to remain For the part you played In these remarkable accompli".

still long enough for a statistical interview. menta I want you to know that I am personally grateful.
With beat wishes, I am.Sincerely.
o
,
Uncle Sam, formerly of the White House, recently how- JAMES A. FARLEY, Chairman

4r ever, bled in many parts of these United States, will announce Democrat National Committee.

'" for re-election as soon as he is again strong enough.


I e's : e0r Aid For Cross State CanalOn
r We've about learned our lesson; sometimes we're just ___ .

( 's naturally going to up and quit work, seeing that those who u Md February let 1926. shortly after going to Congress. R. *
1 have gained success work and worry as much anyway. Green Introduced'H. R. 8742, providing for an examination of tie
-M.--u Cross State Canal. This item waa cared for in the general RH ,
o '. : era and Harbors bill On February 7th 1930 he IntroducedR.
e'' + And about four-fifths of our troubles consist of the fact l 9650( providing for the actual survey of the proposed Crow W
ntll' State Canal. This measure passed and carried $400,000 for
4 that we're perfectly afraid to try and keep our enemies from coats of the surveys and several years work for the Board

Pt4k' working us, and too dern nice to ask our friends not to. Army Engineers. Subsequent speeches In behalf of the Cro: .
x via springtime highwaysAll State Canal were made by Congressman Green on the floor
o the House of Representatives. He Is the father of the FloridaCross

'- } l And another thing about riding the gravy train: Not ."1.. you to travel Springtime On* BouaJ start the State Canal. He brought the money Into the District the 'Cross to ,

i only do you get spots on your vest (if you have one) but you highways through dogwood-lestooned country W.Y :" .e State Canal project if you Congressman keep him In Congress.R. A. Green He wUl has finish studied it for

}r invariably accumulate many on the seat of your trousers. side. Yea can see _e. enjoy| more whoa you JACKSONVILLE- $ .80 91.43 years, has friends In Congress ready to help, he Is doing a Good
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travel by bus...norida Motor lines and Greyhound job and should not be discharged
BEACH 2.43 4.43
o DAYTONA
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Lino assure strictly first eUss. dependable -
Taking long rest periods is the surest cure for spring service. Year choice el may scenic ST. PETERSBURG ?______. 3.SO 3.50

i ,,1 fever, according to an authority. But, Doc, seldom does a ...... cad unlimited. stopover irrUege on-' TAMPA ___-__.__._____. 2.60 4.70 R. A. (Lex) Green Can CompleteThe

of lOa" N extra cost NEW YORK ______.______.16.20 20.20 Canal
%; man suffering with spring fever, contact a severe case CINCINNATI.10.95 19.03

swelling of) the bankrollitus. CHICAGO _________._____.18.., 28.75DOLLARADAYMEALS
c o -- ''INDIANAPOLIS _.._______13.2 23.33: HE HAS BEEN FAITHFUL

a M li Working seven days a week, fourteen' hours a ddy, is the Neal stops o* Florida Motor Unee and

i4 record attained by a Michigan man in the past seventy-sev- Greyhound IJaes have heem .aiehiUyelected UNION BUS STATION

1' en years. And poor fellow, whatever he has gained by it, he's al choice: nacI- We Uveme wat R. A. "Lex" GREENWILL
i
l." probably ashamed to show. friadpel tattoo*.Tea cam got fun ..- 'Opp. Court. House Phone 150-\V
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cteM -!. breakfast hackeem uda
-h pe' aa.r. to.aUaq set ever a d.B. a d.y. MRS. E. H. SMITH Agent BE RE-ELECTED TO
t A beautiful woman evangelist says she has never painted Atap1. Woe> U .ie* to .emey| I the
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-i her lips, smoked a cigarette, spoken a slang word, donned CONGRESS j

a bathing suit, had a date or kissed a man. We are attemptto (Paid for f
By Friends of Lex Green)
li '" get our address to the poor thing. fl

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