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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 29, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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'AIDS 100FARMERS RALLY HELDTHURSDAY OCALA CONSERVATIONCONTRACTS COUNTY a

B. A. Busbee, local salesman frI ( The Suwannee River Press Asso An announcement early this

the Gulf Life Insurance Company elation an organization of the rural 'week from Harry L Hopkins, ol I .

F I this week received a commendable scribes of central Florida, with Washington, D. C., chief administrator OFFICESFile

I write-up In the "Gulf Stream,' I L. E. Vause of Wllllston as Pres I of the Works Progress Ad

I; publication of the Gulf Company. 1 1I Ident will hold their next meetIng ministration said that expenditures )- I p'

Loans Made TotalExpenditures I The publication had this to saj, Candidates Make Last at Silver Springs, July 24, t it I Saturday la Last at the rate of $500,000 a day I Final Accounts
was yesterday announced.The were being paid to workmen 01
I about Mr. Busbee) "Some of our Public AppealTo Marlon County Chamber of: Day For The projects throughout the Uhltec With County

new men are making of records old timers thai Voters Commerce is assisting In completIng SignUpDYER States.' Mr. Hopkins' report also Clerk
Of $2428735 I are causing some us of
showed this rate compensAtion
the for of the most
plans one
,
to sit up and take notice. Bert A active since las
to working men
the
NOW ON PROGRAM I Busbee, of Starke, who quite re-- LARGE CROWD ATTEND! history successful of the entertainments association. in < WILL BE HERE T( September' Many Incidentals, such NINETEEN SEEK COUNTYWIDE '

33 FROM LAST YEAR cently became affiliated with our SPEAKING AT SCI1OO1 AID BRADFORD FARMER! as rentals- of office space, light I, OFFICES TUESDAY

ARE company, had never seen a rate -- and telephones were not Included t It -

1936 crop-season Is on-am book before. In seven weeks he Thursday night at the Bradfor POLLINGPlaces An Intensive campaign has been the above figures, Hopkins said Candidates seeking county-wide e

the of Bradford County's farmer] showed an Increase of $22.00 with County High School Auditorium put on to get every farmer In the' Bradford County Is profiting I I offices In tho June primary, next ; I) 1

100 and getting ready for an average of twenty-five per cent candidates seeking both state and county enrolled In the new Sol much from the above, while many Tuesday, are doing so at their own '

are planting harvest with the aid of the in arrears, and a collection Increase county offices, had their final To Open Conservation program which the of the unemployed are engaged on. expense according to nineteen expense }i

the Government's Rural Re-- I of 104 per cent. He has written chance to appeal to the voters for works projects here and In various sheet filed Saturday night

federal Program according to I $9,500 in Ordinary policies, and has their support on June 2. I Government; is offering This work other communities In the coup with the Clerk of Circuit Court!

luclan bibllltatlon O Hazen, Assistant Super 200 per cent paid in advance." I It was announced, this week, AT 8 O'CLOCKWILL Is being supervised in this count; ty. A. J. Thomas.

for the Resettlement Admin that this meeting officially brought by L. T. Dyer, of Lake Butler, The following expenses were) f"
fjjor
the current campaign to a sloe county agent In Union County, as given In the account statements') ':
Istration.
to these farm families total GREEN Every county candidate was ID. CLOSE AT SUNDOWN there Is no agent In Bradford. Mi SCOTT I with none written where an acCount !
Loans I vited to attend this rally, beginning i of the names of contributors I; '
2428735. This is an average ON TUESDAY Dyer reports that the farmer fi
at 8 o'clock and continuing I Ia to have well to cal should be> If anything was donated
lastrears the
of $242.87 below Spoke Here JUNE 2 responded
To Take
family '
per late hour, giving each contestan toward financing the respective .
of $383 by $140.13. -- to come In and sign the work
average difference reflects a sub I time to place his platform befor Polling places In eight precinct sheets!, and to date over 100 have candidates' campaigns. Senator:: i''. $
This the voters. Charley E. Johns, first '
itantial improvement In the economic SATURDAYCLOSES in Bradford County will open at I 8 signed. APPLICATIONSBRADFORD statement +
A representative for Col. J. M of expenses $117.49 and none, second '
position of many of the o'clock a. m. next Tuesday mornIng Saturday night, this week, la the '
Lee, candidate for re-election as $:n.00 Math J. first'' '
; Sapp,
aunty's farmers In the opinion ol I I when the first Democratic primary final date for accepting the work .d
State the candidate statement of .
Comptroller, expenses, $33 50 and
out thai will be held. 4
who Mr. and there
Hazen, pointed sheets Dyer says,
Mr. WEEK'SITINERARY
LONG
for Commissioner of Agriculture, WILL SHARE none, second 1000. Representatives -
benefit never will be told In of the. are several hundred farmers In the t
tile whole HERE Nathan Mayo, incumbent, and W Bradford County one IN NEW N. Y. A. :: C. C. Butler, first state- ,
because of the additional longest ballots setting a new big) county who have not signed. These
n figures "AT HOME" B. "Buddy" Bishop, was present 1 In APPROPRIATIONBradford ment of expenses $33.83 and none .
nlues measured only In terms ol record for.. length, will be hande< have been notified of the place ..1.
their behalf.
second $1300; A. A. Durd&n. first
relief from human suffering: and voters. The baXct contains a long) to sign up, and they are expected
A large crowd of Bradford On Monday night at Ghahan County youngsters will statement of expenses $20.30 and
business conditions lo- list of candidates for various county to take advantage of this opportunity "
of Improved Increased Cbunty voters jammed the streets and Tuesday night at Lawtey the. share the authorization/ Tuesday, none, second, $6; Fred Hacen. first '
from an offices with before Saturday night, May "
resulting a governorsb.ilrace
ally here last Saturday night to heal voters of those sections heard the of the National Youth Admlntstra statement of expenses $56.30 and
farmers. the lead with fourteei 30.
of earning taking
Dumber the first "return home" address ol final speeches from candidate tlon of Florida to employ 600 additional I none, second $20. County Judge: ,
"Of the total number of farmers Congressman R. A. Green, in his aspiring to office during the ap qualified candidates names' on the Trained men will be on hand to< young men and women or T. Frank Landrum statement of '

M the program this year," Mr. Ha- campaign for re-election. After a preaching primaries. list. assist the farmers In preparing, projects In the State, which wll first expenses, $102.95, and none rJ'

tea declared, "thirty-three have week's speaking Itinerary, which According to the general laws of their work sheets Friday and Sat raise the total quota to more than second $34.SO. E K. Perryman, i' I

continued on the program from carried him into thirty-eight towns GRADY BURTON the State of Florida, polls will remain urday at the court house, Stark, 3. 00. first statement of expense $84.45 I

lit year. Their diligence and in the greater of the second dis open from eight In the morn-- and at O'Steen's store, Brooker, F. A. Scott, In charge of receiving and none, second 1175. Sheriff: '

honest attempts to come back have trict.Congre..man. SPOKE HERE Ing of Tuesday June 2, until sun The success of this program will applications In Bradford A. Oscar Andreu, first'statement' t

been demonstrated In their payments down of the same ady, with half ai depend entirely upon the reaponsi of expenses $147.73 and none, second
who Is the
Green that he has
a
County supply
on the loans advanced to DENOUNCED THE DU- hour out between the hours of 12; of the farmers themselves Mr says $43.50. Nelson T. Green, first
native Floridian serving as a of application blanks at the Superintendent -
them on that program. Now this only member of either the House of PONT INTERESTS noon and 1 o'clock p. m. for lunch Dyer says, and he Is anxious thai of Public Instruc statement of expenses $130.23 and 1 t

)par Is bringing them, as well u Representatives or the Senate, has A record number of'voters an everyone take advantage of It. lion's office In the court house, and none, second $33.60 and Miller L. '

others who have been added" to the won hearty acclaim over the district Grady Burton of Wauchula, candidate expected to visit the polling place "We find that many farmers an will begin taking applicant's names Johns first statement of expenses, ,, f

toll, new opportunities. as a "True friend"of the common for governor denounced the< In the eight Bradford County pre skeptical about the new program anytime. Mr. Scott hasn't yet been $149.88 and none, second. $18.30. q

Since the RebabiUtation Office people.. which has awardedhim Tax Revision league and duPon cincts), with a new registration and are afraid to sign up," Mr Informed as to the number who Superintendent of Public Instruction

vu established in Bradford County a large majority over his opponents Interests in a speech here Saturday mark of 2449 recorded with Har Dyer says, "but I wish to assur< can be employed by Bradford : A. J. Grlffls. first statement .

,, 162 farmers have been aided in his campaigns for re for what he declared was an old C. Wall supervisor of registration. them that. there Is absolutely no< County. of expenses $13900 and none, second t

by Die program, according to Ha- election. In the last election Congressman organized attempt to elect a gov obligation on their part. The worksheet Young men and women enrolled $.3. Barney E. McRae, first '

m. He said the work of 'the Green was victorious in ernor and majority In the leglsla. .... Is only a statement of their) in the NYA's work division are statement of expense $118.31 and 'I

County Advisory Committee, the two ture: pledged to a sales tax. crops and the description of their none, second, 340. Clerk of Circuit 'i i
the first primary over oppon- GRIFFJS' OFFICE anigned to projects where they are +
Farm Debt Adjustment Commit- Burton accused the duPonts of farm. They do not agree to do Court: A, J, Thomas unopposed +
ents on duty one-third as long as security -
the Tax Revision anything, and there are no promises of r ,
tee, and the County AgriculturalAgents Greens backing league'i MOVED workers employed by the 1 first statement expenses,
have been Invaluable in This week Congressman sales tax propaganda In order to made by them. Only the Government as'' $194.19 and none, second, $1. Tax
Duval WPA and receive one-third
time in ,
his
1 giving this assistance to these farmers spending Escape paying taxes on their vast OVERHEAD PLASTERING Is encouraging them to collector: Carl Johns, first state- fc.
much from $e to $25 a
is addressing or
he pay
County, where real estate holdings and also so STARTED THIS Improve, their soil by growing certain ment of expenses, $14822 and

_._.. more than a sore of audiences in they could sell back to Florida ali WEEK soil Improvement crops to add month. none, and second' $40. Carl A, '

Interest of his candidacy and will big profit the bonds they had to the fertility of their soils. If Knight, first statement of ex- t

"ROSE MARIE"AT m Saturday evening address an audience bought from distressed Florid+ County Superintendent of Public I they are In line for payment they SCOTT M. LOFTIN penses, $130.72 and none, second

RITZSTARRING In Gainesville before returnIng communities at from eighteen towentyfive < Instruction, A. J. Griffls. wai will receive It, If not, no payment $32.20. Tax Assessor R. F. (Bob) f

here for the weekend.The ; cents on the dollar the second to move his office Into will be made; however this Is e along APPOINTED Demorest, first statement of expenses -

JEANETTE MacDONALD -. Representative stressed as According to their plans, Burton the new addition of the Bradford time program and the farmers ATTORNEY $140.38 and none second

AND NEL. the main planks In his platform said, much of the proceeds of the 'County court house, now rapid) who sign up In It now will have JACKSONVILLE SUCCEEDS LATE SEN. I$24.25. E. W. Hayes, first statement ,

SON EDDY the completion of the Cross-State isles tax would be used to buy the hearing completion. The office the advantage of those who stay or of expense, $131.11 and none ,
I
Canal and an adequate pension for bonds at par which they bough! equipment was moved during theweekend the outside and later say that they; TRAMMELL second $23.75 and Louis Hill, first i Lw }

In a production sweeping with the aged in his district and the it bargain prices. and' Is.opposite the office wish they had signed. Now Is the Governor Dave Sholtz, Tuesday,, statement of expenses, $143.61 and 7

long and scented with romance, State of Florida. Burton 'said he was not campaigning of A. J, Thomas, Clerk of Cir- time, to sign up the preliminary announced the appointment ol none, second $12.25. Supervisor of '

Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson J- on promises and that h< cuit Court, who first entered then work sheet." Scott M. Loftln, of Jacksonville, an Registration, Harold C. Wall, first a

Eddy, those celebrated co-stars of DAILY VACATIONBIBLE had no personal platform, because< w addition last Friday. outstanding attorney of Florida, as statement of expenses, $10.20 and i.

"Naughty Marietta' will come to lie wanted the state executive committee Workmen began plastering the WILL OPEN BOOTH the successor of the late Park none, second none.

the screen of the Ritz Theatre in SCHOOL to draft a platform holding overhead celllng of the court house Trammell! as United States Sena Utod rid Candidates'. Ext. yi

the welt-known characters"'Of the ''all nominees responsible for a hall and the offices formerly belonging HERE TUESDAYWOMAN'S tor. Expenses for the various county ,;

light opera "Rose Marie Sunday WILL BEGIN MONDAY JUNE I, instructive: program protecting to the Clerk of Court and Notification of his appointment : district candidates seeking reelection 0'.

and Monday. Under their magic AT FIRST BAPTIST the public from waste and from Superintendent of Public Instruction CLUB MEMBERSTO was made to Mr, Loftin In the and election to office of i "
spell of "The In- CHURCH to use the this week, completing renovations SELL DRINKS
the full beauty private Interests trying governor's office with members of commissioner: school Board members .
dian Marie I selfish to both The County Judge AND EATS tit .p I
Love Call "Rose Vacation Bible government for purposes the supreme court. and Bond Trustees along with,
love You," "Song of the Mounties The annual Dally Urging a militant Democratic party will move his office Into the one '
mornIng here Loftln plans to leave Immediately constables; from the several dos'c ; :
will begin Monday At the court house square ,, r
;' and other classics from the School Burton said If he were nominated formerly occupied by the Clerk of + y
Herbert Stothart- Rudolf Frlml at 8:30: at the First Baptist he would call the executive Court when it Is completed. on June 2, members of the Starke for Washington to take oath of Acts were filed Saturday night, '
and continue for a period Woman's Club, will have a booth office. He will serve until a successor and are listed below. Expenses)
Church,
which he is member of(
core of a the
again. committee, Other work on building
weeks. Classes In Bible all-day, during the election to Senator Trammell! Is listed are a total for the first and ,
Tuesday and Wednesday playing of two to meet within ten days after the new addition Is progressing at open of Florida In second statements.
Character Building and when candy, drinks. Ice cream and chosen by the people
Study, the to draft the plat- to enable completion of the
it the Ritz Theatre will be featured primaries a speed
Handwork will be offered for chile hot dogs will be sold. County Commissioners: District ,
within the next few weeks. ached-led
the latest production costarring Iren between the ages of four : form.He said that subject to approval project The benefits reallaed will go towards I, John C. Clemons, $1560; and' ,It'X'
Bette Davie and Leslie Howard -
through sixteen. There will be a he the repairing of the Wom Mr. Loftln who Is among the 1. M. Rosier $13.10. District 2.
I Its ,
In platform
t the party
In "The Petrified Forest. lupervised play "period conductedby by favored a constructive programFor FORESTRY LANDSPROTECTED an's Club and the Insurance fund. prominent attorneys in the United Alex A. Barnes, $11.10; L. L. Con'I! i iter

"The Prisoner of Shark Island. the school each morning. The l systematic conservation Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, who Is in States Is chief counsel for the 15.39 and W. Mitch Edwards.

local Stitch has long been anticipated by church .has a wen trained facultyof agriculture and reforestation; to restore charge; of the work Is being aided Flagkr, Interests, one of the larg- (1310. District 3, Lester Kite, "

theatre goers will be seen twelve teachers for the school. TWO MILLION ACRES by members of the local club. It est combination' of Interests undera ((10.10 and Mallory Thomas, $15.10. s

at Thursday the Ritz and Friday of next week In Over half of the teachers have had for natural the wealth aged ; and adequate infirm pensions; full PROTECTED IN was also stated. that advertisement single head in Florida.. District 4, H. V. Saxon, $12.10, and H,, I Iy"

Theatre. Starring previous experience.The I leg- FLORIDA cards are being painted and --+-- M. L Watterson, $11.55; District ?
tali film and ichool terms to be provided by
Warner Baxter +
Gloria are purpose of this school Is to slatlve appropriation for that pur- sold to various candidates for Gasoline ConsumptionAccording S i, T. D. Dyal $17.10 and R. T.
Stuart. bulletin reelased of the 1 ,
to a Members
the religIous allo- According offices. They will be placed Osteen 1610.
strengthen and develop i alone Instead of leaving county; to released
pose figures
the yesterday by the United States the sides of the booth which Board of Public Instruction; District -
of
and moral life young of school funds to the gov- on i
CELEBRATED HIS at a season of the year 1 atlon and asserted all these Department of Agriculture, more will be near the local polling place. through the Bureau of Inspection Bradford 1, J. H. Moore, $19.25 and J. C.
people -
of -
srnor Agriculture
responsibilities than 2,391,168 acres of land In Department Prevatt $11.75. District 2, W. C. } l
84TH are free from could be provided without consumed
BIRTHDAY when they benefits residents
Floilda? mostly In private owner- County Manning $9.25 and H. D. May
Such a
of school life. additional taxation by using sound ELI WITT TRUCK than 90,229 gallons of ,.,
ship, received organized fire pro- more gasoline 1225.( District 8, Stafford 1.Crew. .. {
w, T TURNER ONE OF ichool makes possible the opportunity justness methods in government. during the month of April andJ.377 4
Christian tection during 193S.: STOLEN ; ., $18.75: and E. J. Lewis,
COUNTY'S OLDEST of concentrated Burton asserted that if he became gallons of kerosene. The report t
.
two-week D. Several hundred acres in Bradford 1425.( Board of Bond Trustees (
RESIDENTS teaching. During a : governor he would do every- also' showed a consumption ".
actually have and adjoining counties are INTRUDERS TAKE $3,500 W. E. Torode, District 1; W. L. j ;.; e
S. the teachers within his constitutional authority tons of fertilizer.
V, B. of
Meg: seventy-four
w T Turner, one of the oldest time with their pupils than to abolish the payment of under conservation with the Florida WORTH OF MERCHANDISE Wall District 2; T. N. Kendrick j eo r
more :
settlers of Bradford County celebrated of six months In to Forest Service, under the direction District 3; Lacy J. Wynn District +
qualification
his birthday' luring a period poll taxes as of Harry L. Baker state for- Pictures At Church .I and. H. p Calney District 0, no'txpenaes. > e '
eighty-fourth politician
.last Sunday school. rote because unscrupulous A wholesale cigar and candy s'
The of Florida will km
Wedne
Seminoles
Mr day. : The 1939 D. V. B. 8 far exceedd : used poll tax payments as a ester. truck owned by the Ell Witt Cigar O. W. Durham Justice of the i t
Turner who at his advanced church of controlling votes He The loss to landowners In Florida the subject of a talk Illustrated
of the method of Gainesville, and operated '
the expectations Company from District No. 1 total
Peace ,
j
ate Is still of with stereopticon pictures on the rya
very active, spends numbers present and re- laid he had been asked in many dulrng the period 1935 was by Aubrey Duncan was
in
'ntast of his time in Starke among both The total enrollment last ountles: to pay poll taxes by estimated at $12,078,323, by the itolen from Stern's garage here creep to be given at the Presbyterian ixpeiues, $2.12. Constable i
Mends lults. T. M. Hodge fromj
and On hU small farm In refusing However only $78.000 Church on Friday night at
were and that he was release.
eightynineand wholesale and more) than $3- j
we was Monday night Linn. district No. 8. total expense $2.12.j ,
New River year done to lands S:15: by Rev Alexander
section, where 15 worth of damage was
many
; taken
aa follows: Beginner to: do It. SOO worth of merchandise by .
grouped .
mrs ago he settled Intermediate himself to use theovernor's under forest protection against Some six: hundred of these Indians
31 He pledged Intruders.
Junior ; the
: '
Mr and Mrs. Turner, the latter Prlmarylt; absolute veto power on Tires, the report said. lave lived In the swamps of south flitter Successor Named ,
Who has 24.The According to W. E. Thornton, Florida since the Seven Years'Warnow .
entered her eighty-second to the pardon board to stop whole- found Arriving the heels of the ap-1
year, church invites all parents onstable: the truck was nearly one hundred on
recently celebrated their slx'Mhlrd school. tale pardoning and parolllng of One Name RestoredOne i morning of / Q
1 lend their children to the near Jacksonville at the Edge ears. Mr. Linn makes frequent ointment Tuesday J
wedding anniversary. at 8:30: hardened criminals. This practice. In Duval County Scott M. Loftln as successor to the[ ,
promptly wood
Cemetery
Classes will begin name, that of Ben Basset, rlslts to their Isolated wilderness
-. June 1. Children he said, had become a regular with all the locks broken off and show late Senator Park Trammell!, as I; ,; A .
Monday morning worst was restored to the registration tomes and will tell and
To freed the ,
Preach Here for acket and had trace of those United States Senator, President v t'
early I Ireglatratlon. No
the
ire requested to come He cited a recent books by the Bradford County goods gone. lornethlng of their ways of living,
of criminals. late
*a type In Implicated was found after the their loosvvelt In Washington ,
illustrated sermon "The as Board of Commissioners a special md touch: on history.
8c on murder case In Jacksonville nominated John W, Hot- +
,
Pture Significance meeting Monday. At a previous ruck was located according to uesday ,1 ,
of the Great
pyraefl large an example. Thornton. Residents living land, United States attorney for, ,
of an Indian pueblo the names of those AT.I
Bill OkehedA
will be given at the8uIIJterian Ruins in personall- meeting Relief .
accommodated 2000 ,- Without engaging to the said that about the Southern District of Florida, as
Jose garage
the June primaries -
in
to have to vote
Church here next mougb the platforms Ineligible
have been found near ties Burton dismissed stricken from the 12 o'clock Monday night a noise senate subcommitteeapprov.- "dens Judge to succeed Halstead .lr'
Chq clock a"y Dr- ) persons of some of his opponents by were vas heard at the garage when the ed a $2,364,000.000 relief-deficiency L. Ritter of Miami. Ritter wasnpeacbed .

tl1r1led?'from Foreman, who recently re- Rodeo, N. M. laying they promised benefits rolls. truck was stolen. It was reported itll Tuesday in Washington More recently by an tDVHtI- '

the V an extensive tour of seven monthsf which' If carried out would Increase I to have beea later seen about 3 ban one billion dollars of the sp- gating committee at Washington j !
throu e landds; he has been During the first residential the tax burden by at least four The bee louse Is a tiny creature clock Tuesday morning headed iroprlatlon was awarded for( lIIalnI olland's[ nomination was mads-ij
11 and the hair of the
the to e'
Pyramids and speaks 1939.: business he added these same which clings of the Works recommendation of Senator j
fl'OlI1 tint hw.dTnfo'rmaUon. in Norfolk. Va.. was lines.. Yet It U about one. six- towards Jacksonville on Highway I Dance present upon
bee.
p The construction platform promised to cut taxes by honey 'regress Administration. I Duncan U. Fletcher ;
be than the) combined totals hundredth of an Inch long. fo. 13.
fcrnS tlnrWiTbU instructive and In. [neater from twenty-five to fifty per cent.

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Mrs. H E. Hardin. of Jacksonville That Jnr K Starling- holder of <4 That lI1r.... 18 lfFnEI:,
Rev. E. C:. Hogan;; ; filled his regular Mr. and Mn. James Cox and of town. was of Tax Certificate No 4t:. *".,"...01 Tax Cerltrk'al:T. r.. ttranti0, ,, '''r'

ELECT I appointment at China Grove Mlsa Eloise Hardee of Hawthorn the guest, formerly of Mrs. K.our B. and Mra. the... 7th.filed day name of In Auvuvt my .office, A. and D U33.h. ban. ftied day SA,,or,.. Augi.t" 'N.. A.&V I, 'J.:'',..1.; 'bTlh

Church laat Sunday. visited relatives here, Sunday. M L.. Watterson. Mrs. Hardin hasa mad application. ror a tax ; Arnold Crlffls was visiting at Miss. Vera Mae Wilkinson left always !>. lanued thereon Said certificateembrace. be Isaued thereon. Q ''ftX d./!
host of friends here, who are the rollo..lnad.crtb..d '-aid| ,
Mlddleburg, Sunday. Saturday for Stuart where she will glad to see her. property In the County of Bradford property.mbr.c". In the- fOlio! ,..,,,,, ,"U"' '.;"
the
I Mrs. B L. Green has returned spend seevral weeks with rela I State of Florida. to-wit: l'ullllh ,lf Brid'
home after spending the past tives. A Musical Concert, sponsored by Hlk 31In Proaby f.nkn Shores In 8tatV2 .or"S----" -

I the Ganun Music Club was givenat 8CI;:% of 24 A I In NRlt all 5 SE\% : '"'. ,,,, _
sc'S : :: TOWnship 1 ( ,
I week at Ralford with her .slater F. M. Crews and C. M. Grlffis In Twp. I flange icFt: rJamt.. o south' Itu

r' Mrs E. P. Johnson visited In the Evergreen section, the school auditorium this week. The a>ve"..mvnt of She. said ..or Ie..a."Cotutala105' < xOThe \, '''""I.U' ;:
They have been conducting classes erty under the said ". Iltop-I l
Mr. and Mrs Ernest Harris and Sunday. sued was In the name of Mr.. assessment of 1/, ,. .
Miss Opal Gllsson were vlsltlnj William Crewa visited relativesIn here for several weeks The concert V. HlbbardUnlcxn erty. under the> .saisi. ".""" ,' SOi(:I. to. '

Mr. and Mra. Arnold Grlffis las Starke. Saturday.Mr. was composed mostly of he me said certificate. shall b. redeemed .- Poor** 'In the ""m.. ,",' "'" ""4"I
talent. arrordlnir to law. the property -
Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. James Cox Misses described. therein will be aold Unless said rertlfini.

and Mrs. Paul Prevatt of Eloise and Kathleen Hardee and Mrs. W. T. McGuire, who has to the highest bidder at the court. erty deemed airnrdlujr, II, t, ,'hall b. ?

Carl Johns Theressa. were visiting relatives Miss Maggie Crews visited at the been very III for several days, hasa the house month door of on July the 1'first'16, Witch Monday: In the In to the described hlgiuiat. the blddei"...il "r"II''Ih.b.r"'"'

and friends In this. section Sunday. State Farm Sunday afternoon. host of friends here, who are delighted 01 h.. day of, Ju ly. 1910 ?h.L! door on the fh .t"t l\on4.\ht '""
Dated thl 21"d.tv, of 5Ta. J 936.A. "month of
Mra. Ralph Galney and children Mrs. W. A. Starling spent Sun- to know that her condition J*. THOMAS the. 6Ih.. day .r July.July. 3t. "'h.t', 'I

were visiting Mr. and Mrs Zenas I day here with her daughter Mra. Is Improving at this writing. i'l..rk of C Inult Court Dated tti, 9th '"..u'''Pao M .
(OFFICIAL, SKALiy "'>
_ nt Bradford County 10'101'Ida. IUS
Grlffis, Sunday. Effle Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Chapmanand -6e-0-6-12-lfl-20 A. J. THOMAS: ,

Mr and Mrs. Ralph Dyal of Miss Kathleen Hardee left Sun I family who have been located Cit.rk of lixult i "''II'

.. I Green Cove Springs were visiting) day for a visit with relatives at In the McDonald residence. on NOTUK OP-_ "PP'U"TIO'll 6'155t.e of Bradford C"'II jj, lid
nod T"X DKKIt
.. I their sister. Mra. Arnold Grlffis, Hawthorne. Main Street, have removed to tHrnat Rill 'II... ld I1NOTICB )

; i last Saturday. Mrs Verdle Wells of Jackson- Gainesville IS HKRRBY' OIVHN, NO"'I101 TO APl'
*
Mrs E. E. Lee and children ville visited here Monday. M. Witt and daughters, of Lulu, That Mm Rdna R, Thomas, holderof that It appearing I by afflda, 1*H r"
Tax Certificate Xi238.. issued the certain I
Gladys E. Z., Morris and Maxine Miss Jewel Carter spent Sundayat visited Mr. L. L. and J. W. Beden- 4th day of July A r>. 1927. has filed Court Eighth cause JudlUai in: I!5." : II,

___ were visiting her brother, C. A. Clay Hill with relatives augh t Mrs. O O Pearce and Mrs. name In toy office and ha. made and for Bradford COUll", I ,
I'
entitled
application for deed be In- Eleanor rld-
a tax to
YOUR KOSSMI .
Grlffis, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Nelson Green and M. L. Watterson here last Sunday. I sued thereon Hold certificate embraces ant v. Frank L. Rosspli. i ",-11111,
Albert Griffin was visiting his children of Starke visited 'relatives the following described property anl the. relief prayed li'1" i ivorce I."ir. f d"'

brother Joe Grlffis In Clay Coun- here Sunday. I TilE- TOWNSEND CLUB I In the County ;of; Bradford, dent of; that the r'.rpnla' "11t'', ''d';
a State
State of Florida to-wlt: nib,, t th,1, 'I
::1 I tv.- Monday.- D. P. Conway of Creen Cove The Townsend Club will meet at I.otn 1 2 or n>>i of Rlk 34 MvInKHton. I of Florida, to wit, l7t: 7 I. "i.
Tax Collector I Truby A Co'e Hub Div.| of flue. Phllnoelphla. Penn V 2In ,
Rev. C. W. Wilkes of Ralford I ,
I ,
Springs waa transacting.! business the High School Auditorium Mon :MI'j> ;. of NI3( of Section Z>* Town- I over the IW"I i i\ .
; was visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. D here Monday. day evening June 1st at 7:30: "h'' fl Month' rfnnire V Pop..t and that therei\ ii." ,I', 1''
,
The assessment of the Raid. State of Florida ,
,
Chesser last Sunday. property wi "
Mr. and Mrs Jules Eunice of The Townsend
o'clock Old Age under the Maid certificate l I.- upon whom would I), : "
S Lawtey, were visiting here Mon I Revolving Pension Plan Is sweepIng Hu.*d wan. In the name of lam TtHon. aald Defendant
.b EVERGKEEN! nlexH. said. certificate shall he IT IS
: WHEN YOU CAST YOUR ALLOT ON JUNE 2ND. day. over our great country like redeemed according to law, the fendnnt. Frank ORDERED. Iii.i, 'I." :',
Mr. T. A. Itn..... I L. How i I'' ,
Cou..ond..tMrll H. C. and C M. I .,,' > ,
Mrs. Wimberly wildfire. people generally are be- property deH< rtl>*d therein will be the Rill of Complalni "
: CONSIDER THE FoLLOWING FACTS soil. to the highest. bidder at the of June, A D : "I I I '
; : Jrlffls were visitors to Starke giijnlng to recognize that it Is 19:16.l ohm ,
J. E. Rosier returned home '.ourt-hoisa. door on the first Monday cree pro confesso will '
Monday.Mrs. the that has been In the month of 1918.uhlch I ,
after only plan ever July against him for tailor, .
Thursday ,
? spending two Leslie Grlffis and Mrs. Fanny devised that will restore IH the fllh. day of Julv. m It In, further OKDEnn, .,
weeks with her son-in-law and prosperityto Dated thin 12n.1! day of May It36 order be published ,. I'' II I
: : Mr. Griffla of Maxvllle were visitIng our people and bring peace and A. J. THOMAS. four consecutive 1)11) r
and \ ,
A Uradford County; Hoy. daughter Mrs. Paul Glovers weeu II I t", ill'
I here I Clerk of Circuit Courtof fold County
Monday. to Telegraph
happiness Impoverished people i ,,
in Ft Pierce '
Bradford Florida.
of
County toal"
di
whether they be old or young. foi B-29-5t-6-5-l2-l Uraifnri K.ne'a': : (.illation i: :"j,: 'I,,,1.1, I
NOlt3Lt\ 'nunty
Miss Mildred Crawford ,
of San h'sou
,
MISS : IIONOICKD:
_ Educated in thu sthor/ls of Bradford County I WITNESS
every human being in our countrywill my baird
''I i "
derson the
spent week-end with OIItK OF PFriI MSIKHS seal
WITH 1)\NCE of ealll Court ,,
::1f Miss Louise Rosier be helped in every way, from II A I...] 'April A. D. 1938. 11.1' '" ,.
LAKE BUTLER -Mr. and Mrs
A young man with a wife and two children to sup I Mrs. Claude Johns and children, the babe In arms to very aged people Notice IH hereby given that under A :J THOMAS
T D. Proctor entertained at their and in accoiclant" with that certain Clerk
: who are living in an ImpoverIshed ot C'irs ull'
: port. of the State Farm:: were visiting, ,iuuie near here on May 18, with a final decree of foreclofftiit and Halo PATTEN &: LANDRl'\J: I I
: : hades of want and worry. Every rendered. by FTon A. Z Adklna aa Attorneys for COIH ,
S dance. in honor of the latter's sis- |>'HI| 01
_ i adult white In this Judge of I the Circuit Court of Bradford 5-1-51-5-89
: tel Miss Rose Mae who person County Florida In Chancery, In
Norman
. : Have been elec'cd! four times City Clerk of Starke community Is urged to come to That certain cause. pending I In Bald -----
: ; I has just returned from, a vacation {'fuurt wherein The Federal Land NOTICR TO .
Florida. Last two times without oppo ltlon. My present this meeting and join In this movement tl'Pl.tll:
flunk of Columbia IM plaintiff and It
South Florida
t :.1 : term of office expires!'! October 1st this year. I m ; to bring peace and happiness Mm Gladys Yarlirounh a wld,>w. that appearing certain cause by. afriilui In r'Ii 'I I d,,
Music for the occasion furnished '
was -
to all of our people in unmeasured Eighth' Judicial ,
f the undersigned Special Mauler by : : u.' '
:
by Messrs. Mark Tomlin ""d/0/ Bradford ,
.H':. this time I have served quantities. said decree. appointed will Bell to .. Stanley foil in I r 'h,,[
.. During as tax collector in I and Marion Dowllng, violins and The big monied Interests the highest bidder for each Itt front plalnant v .Ruth Beil'li| i,...'. ?
are Loul
the city and the vote given me by the people of Starke Johnnie Andrews and Johnnie Ar- of the Mouth front door of the Brad- Defendant. and the rellel' H ''Mlrn.!
fighting this plan "tooth and toe ford County Courthouse In Stitrke I
.,. ): I In a good recommendation of my services as City Clerk. I I old, guitars. I nail" for they realize that the Florida, during the legal" hours of being la a resident a 'divorce of, a that)Ktat flu. ,'Yli,rVnta' ,fi
Dancing was enjoyed until a late tale on Monday. June lit, 1916, the the State of Florida. ii-h
'transaction tax will be u 1\
very largely following deHcrlbed premise altu- Main I.

::4 I have no interest in my father's store but due to for hour' home when the young people left paid by that class of pepple, ate wit In Bradford County .Florida to- vanla,Street and that Bethlehem she Is ,ur. I P' '',0',',
thanking the host and :
f: however two cent tax will not of twenty-one years, and I I ha"h!
him unable work for the per
to four
being
I
) past have I.
_ : years hostess for the pleasant evening. The South Half (514) of SouthEast no person In the State "f" ,
-I'
the store in time. make the smallest kind of dent In Quarter (.SEVi), the North Fast .. v''" ?' pr5S"" "" whnll
managed ? ru.i
ir my spare ""u
$ Quarter (N3't ) of the South K ntQuarter personally bind .
their Incomes sa i.l pt"da, ,,
Mrs. R. so they are howling '
S. Rosier Sunday after \
(SE' and the South bait,; IT IS OROEHEO. that Ih nrrn,
noon. before they ever will be hurt Quarter rsnv: <) of the North Bait ant Ruth Luis U"I..lmar,
It Is my desire to see every voter in the county but Mr. and Mrs. C. A. and Every man and woman In this Quarter. (CNE%) of Section Ten (10). to the Bill of Complaint "' 'h'I'P', I
Prtngle 1'iiwiiHhlp Six,! (8)) South of Range day of June. A I D ,.
1936
.i : ti
in the I fail do II :
will
_ event to so I sincerely appreciateyour children spent Sunday with B. E. community should be a member of i Twenty-Two ((22) East, and decree pro cnn re""o will h.. trr?,
support and vote on June 2. 1 Rosier and mother. this club to help bring health and The West' Half (Wki of the NorthWest against her for failure. i" u>pHr
Quarter (NWV4> of the SouthWest It In further
OKDEKEDha, '
a, ? %_, Mr. apd Mrs. Bryant Reddingand happiness, not only to the aged Quarter (SW%) of Section order be published f nci. 1I.k lit f'|'
daughter were his people but to all who are in financial Rleven. (CI 1), Township Six C8), four consecutive week, II i, ''h. Bro
_ v If elected promise. on mv honor that I will be on visiting South of Range Twenty-Two (32) ford County Telegraph ", ".?'
mother, Mra II. F. Redding Frl- straits. Eant., containing 180 acres more or of central clrculutl. ..
?
i i.n.h
.! : the job at all times and will give you as courteous! and _k day. H. H. YOUNG, Pres less per, Bradford County, i*'I'H ?H(.

: efficient service as can be had. I' ... together. with all and singular thetneinent. .WITNESS my hand iivd mr,
Mrs. William
Prlngle and chllren Meal of Bal.l.
.. her..dltamentaand ap- I Court thin lot 11!, t h
)t r' spent Sunday with her aia- MISSION HALL purtenancea thereunto belonglnff\ or April A. D. 1936

_ ter. Mrs. Leslie McClellan. Quite a revelation was the Bible In, anywise' appertaining. A. J. THOMAS!'.
HAL, V. MA.INE9S.
'I..rle nr {
t: Pd Adv. Miss Louise Rosier spent Friday study on the subject of "Dead Aa Special Master In Chancery. PATTEN'a LANDRl'M'lr""I1'' ''II I
:
=
I ,. Hd Pol. Adv.- with Mrs. Claude Johns, at the while living" Tuesday night. Three Attorney KNIOHT ft for KNIGHT Plaintiff 5-1-51-5-29 Attorneys for Complainant
'
State Farm. remarkable scriptures, In particular ,5-15-31-5-23-29

: : ; j T-TTIiiiiIi-iiTTF i I testify to the fact that those 1VOTICR OP SPF-cm. ut 1"'R'Notce

j FOR who live In pleasure are In this
jI GOVERNORWe h..rhL:1"
/ ,
la -n thi. it 9)
.f ; )'. I gruesome state. ((1st. Timothy 5: MONEYmust and in accordance with thn rln
ELECT AFARMER hereby announce the can. 6, Luke 15.32: and Rev. 31.: ) final decree of forecloxur. ...,,01 'r

LESTER W.JENNINGS. 1r didacy of lIon. Jerry W. Carter The question box Is producing rendered hr Hon. A V. Artklnt
Tudire
I of the Circuit Pom'" .l f Tir
for Governor of some interesting questions and BIbles be raised to pay ford County Florida. In r'h" I

Florida, subject and pencils are found that certain cause pondh o
paper
f to the Demo. ('nun wherein The F. ". i i'' ,,'01,
helpful at the meetings. Mortgage .
Corporation j It -i I
cratic primaryelections There Is almost always some OLD AGEPENSIONS and William Kdwardn,: r u: i
> next (rladya Prlnxle, his wife, i I' 'K ,
S new thought song recitation or ant. '
cane BUS* the tinder it I -i"
) June
2nd and something to add to the Interest clal !Master by laid. d Vrr<>. ._, it
,, 23rd. and will. aell to the highest.. i 1.'dl.' r ranh.
I I ; there arose and this week was no exception < ) In front of thf H.,ul!/ '"
one along this line, a recitation a duet door of the Rradrnrd r..m, n
out of the great house I in Stark .
1F Florid. 'S 1 I r
THE MAN LEX % ,. S multitude of the and last a solo by a little visitor legal hour. lOr ale. on )/. I I..' 'n
from Ormond to the tat 1918.: the following ,I I. "
common helped carry J. M Lee, candidate for reelection I
people oremlnea situate In Bradf, I rt II i
n GREEN IS whose name U message to the good sized congre. as state comptroller, Florida tolt:

assembled. ,
gation .
Lota4andllinS.
't.f
_
JUST JERRY eV 111'u"jffi believes old age pensions are essential Township 5 South Rti"m. .'.

i AFRAIDTO because he la neither a lawyer As the result of numerous complaints .in the economic struc- Kant, according a.* recorded to map amonir..t f"\\' '.h..I..I.I..wn I.

I nor a banker nor a senator. But Washington (D. C.) police ture of the nation and the state. public recorda of Bradford .in'
i he i's' the friend.of and ty Florida. In Rook ""r Map
will
man. confronted with the task
are now
I I make Florida Believing In this theory Flor. and Plat, on page 1. toireihrr. ,
I a sane, safe governor of taking a census of the capital's with all and ulngulur lbs right.
_ 3. DEBATE T I Genial Jovial belligerent bees and their owners idlans can depend upon him to memherH, hereditaments. and i|P'
I IJ. Generous Just Honest urtenance to said picmlft !b..
kwfr. Capable Sober. Safe." It Is assumed that due to the support any effort to bring adequate or boeing or In anyn. .!..*' I fi, dent

_ .; Friends and Supporters of somewhat unusual conditions surrounding security to the aged of appertalnfng.I.( 1. PATTCV." :

?\Ir.. Own" hint. refwwcl to HIUWPT hli rpquent. to debate. the Jerry the CommonerAllFlorida the city. unusual care .HIT state. KNIOHT All Special A KNIGHT; MaHter in ,Chanter

.I. old-age pfnnlon. lnu. lx< will be exercised to differentiatethe
_ ruuM t hn known INter Jennlng* nan I Attorney for Plaintiff
th.. only practical plan TO SECURE I'KNSIONS FOR TUB Candidate for "political bee" from the com If any one wants to know 51t5.

'.zt: : Atif). GovernorPaid mon or garden variety.-Christian what :/. M. Lee will do about
( Political Adv.) Science Monitor. IV TIlE] roUVTY JI'IrWC f 01 R
2. III.* rhurice that Mr. Green. and Mr. Srara have fulled to collecting these moneys to pay Hii4i>..v>mi coi'IVTV ..'i.on MM* ,.

_ I.fU ? "mvurn rrdrrul appropriations for. till.* dIstrIct propotlonute! 'I W. B. (BUDDY) I old age pensions, he needs onlyto IN THE J. W,MATTER ANDRR\VJ.: OP 8H THE. lr fc!,<*'J'A"OF ao."

_ .Ji..f L. In th MM K....11..1 by Itrrm.. 1..14>...011. \\llrnx'" and Culdwell for ask any Confedreate veteranor THE STATS OF F'ORIDA TO

hL thi-lr dlittrirtH, rerruUnx unuimurrpd.. J. W. Andrew., Jr., \Vllllan. Anthor'
I any school teacher. Jim Lee Andrewa a minor, and T Fr i
3. KIVKKS AND \KHOKSi BISHOP Landrum hi* nuardlan Thelma All
Mr. Urerii tulka about
bring hrnd
has insisted tax drewH.
collectionsso
on and to all other pvrnonfcerned. 'II''
of the ltl\mt and Ilurhorn Committee-.>rt It I III u fact thut I .

_ ... ( th. two ()ld.>iit port In Klnrldn which are In his district. hv __/ vigorously that teachers You are hereby notirroil that

} ylf.. mrtbdlly derUniHl while Mr Oreon hu" done nothing about I :; have been paid their full $9,000- Court worn petition has been filed rn.T 1 r w"<
them In the rwH"' (I2)) jenrw he hu. been In CougreftH.. The t.0(1ICOMMISSIONER praying authority '
000 this year for the first timeIn t\"edri.Jr. an admlnlxtraci'
; r threw C'oiiKiftMmrn" referred to ul>o\e have been nteudlly( buildIng I of J. W Androwi, 8
.t :':: up their port history and the spectre of insufficiency deceased to deed and con\e : '
_ i simple the following proper> "'1"ate

4. !MR. JENNINGS: In. a practical bu..llI_ mnn farmer ami at hovering over the wit: In Bradford County Florida/ I H

''f. } torney and lit \\OKLD WAR KTKKAN. lie lUtsl' a num pension fund three years ago The South-Half of the SESWV4 ', P

t..J ber of jeiirn. In Gulnmvlllt h_ nerved In both branches of I ;of: AGRICULTURE has been swept and replaced \ of Section :21. Townnhlli ,>
away
,. South Range East. .,.. 'p' "J
22. !
vi. :. the Stilt' KUIuture and built for himself a reputation of followingdescribed ''

Iv being a TUO-FIHTKI FIOHTEK. He hu. fought alwaj. for I I'OTE with the assurance that more or less to-wlt: From onesixthIC'. the f'\\' \

_ 1L the InterenU of hU. dh.trlct--lIot only righting but winning.! there never will be a shortage where the South line of Se' ::'i.r.' :)

lie was reared In the rural ,sections of the mate, know. the Township 6, South, Range" tl B1croeaea
In
this pension fund as long as ". BM1
lie is dirt the went edge of IOta
c of the rural a farmer and
i problems peopleas well as those of the city people. 13. then run Northerly along oa

..i r lie I Is known for his fairness In representing. all of the knows the problems of the Lee Is Comptroller.Jim State Road 53114 feet In a pt'ittheelnoing :,
people of the district which he represents. then,'" Westerly 1 :111angles I
I farmer and Lee lives up to his promises 10 .111 Road IDI r...... .
WILL solve
'
_ 5. ItI!.. Northerly, parallel. with >aldw]
rerngnt/iMl the entire
: over district that :MR. JENNINGS -as for Instance read whathe ,"'
'
4 >214 feet to South! line of :\
______ UI' will !go Into the SECOND FKIM.AUV.: Duval 'ounty has SI them. hence Kant alone said nr '- I''';
_ : per rent of the totes In the dl..t rl..t. All straw totes and polls promised in 1932 and whathe feet to the State Itoad sfnr.ethence "1

/ it taken there to dUite show him to be far In the lead. A checkof performed. Read his circular R II'.4 feet Southerly to the point along of b ald..Klnnl"Vino ?".'']\

the district shows him running neck and neck with Mr He will give the office of and check on his perform Lots 1. 1. and 3. of Itlo'' k ,,
k. : tireen. In Temple addition, to the T/wi; J

_ __::1. ; } ; 6. The Second Congressional District needs a vigorous aggressive Commissioner of Agriculture ance. South Stark Ranve In Section II East.2M AI.Tow' >"HIP h( S, j

,. 1. .. dependable and progressive. man Washington.. LES. back to the people and -\ FOR- of the' SW(7,, of South the. NEV4 Range of 1'J b"to MTownahlp .

TEI IV. JENNINGS, now at the age of 38 years. Is. In his not it '
i prime and meet these requirement \Ve ask you to Inform use as a political machine I J. M. LEECAN Flank of Starke. a Florida On"1''

) L yourself fully In regnrd! to this man before canting your bal for personal interest. W. J. (JOE) SEARS ship hug Corporation In full settlement now In Con, 'e...',a'.'!,."'

lot. tlon and discharge' of the liabilittsaid !
You
: need a farmer for afarmer's BE DEPENDED UPON. estate. for a stock ...*,. '
This advertisement contributed by: job. of 100% levied and assessed ural.':
FOR TO GET THE MONEY TO PAY aid estate .. the .owner >f '
I. shares of capital stork of maid fit..
of Stark earn said share
MEMBER OF CONGRESS2ND. value of 110000. ,
He will work for a farmers And you are hereby requr.d. "r
f't JENNINGS PENSIONS appear at the office of theJudge ,

market in Bradford DISTRICT Courthouse at In the Starke Bradford Florida/ .' *l'I,
d
,.,. Jui, '
County. A. o'rloC'k. on Monday .
I I He works hard. LETS GIVE HIM A A. I). 191 and your WI '1.1'',
1 defences to ...1 jr..nt .'';'./.
I FOR CONGRESS CLUB He results. SECOND TERM AS have: Should you fall thereir **'* .
I gets will he entered In due cours .
said petition which will he ''n*' a
S ?
___ : hEAR HIM ON TilE RADIO (Pal for by Farmer of Bradford He stands by His friends and is gratefulto Order there presented to said Cour '.

t\ i WMBR JACKSONVILLE .. _. ,FRIDAY 9:30: P. M. and Union Countlra.) them for their COMPTROLLERPolitical Witness. my hand mini tl .**, I'
support.Pd.
"
: a. J WMBR JACKSONVILLE: ,s..' ,..?__. .?...._..MONDAY a:oo p. .t. said 18th..Court day of at May Starke API, Flor 1 10:4.:Ar< '

; ... Pol. Adv. <(< ad. paid for by friends Eo K. PEuY'y .1; dt

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.11 29. 19$6 _.. BRADFORD COL'IQTT
(1111)).". i! -- u .!ELEGn.\PII, STARKKE FLORIDA PAGE TBREICt '

NOTICE OF TEACHER'S ONE MILLION a
EXAMINATIONTeacber's : FORDS I (itROTALARIA % GREAT SOIL I eight ladles In the race four to be great interest In civic and! welfare
ARE LICENSED IN
examinations BtTIU/KK selected A resident of Suwannee matters Politically she has never
will beheld UNITED I VOTRCOLIN POR
STATESA
at the Bradford County High founty more than forty years voted anything but the straight
total of 424,760 Ford truck "No other soil Improvementcrop :Mrs Strickland served as postmaster Democratic ticket.
School June 4
Building 5, and 6th. I
and commercial car units were licensed ever grown in the South has at Dowling Park was the ENGLISH t
Applicants are expected to bring
for operation In the United proved to be equal to crotalarta in first woman ever. to hold elective I ,
paper pen and Ink. Be on band for
Stated as of January 1. 1934. Increasing the yield of crops following office in the county that of school

promptly at A, J.8 a.CRIFF1S m. The total of all trucks and com- It," according to L. T. Dyer. trustee followed by her election in State SuperinU.-.dent I

mercial cars licensed to operate at This statement Is backed by several 1024 as mayor over three men on of Public Instruction 'I

1a dl t tI tL tr County Supt the outset: of the year was 3.533- years of experience with it by the ticket. She did not seek the

t),} 7r" ,, 661 a gain of 7.9 per cent over farmers who are growing it. No office again until 1934. and that

I 1934. More than forty per cent of farm Mr. Dyer gays should be time defeated two men, Woman's C wt\s

thu total were Ford units. without this fertilizer crop; or at Club president for two years sectional -

C. A. CARVER The total of Ford truck least a few of
and commerclul acres It. Federation vice-president a

car units In service was I Several farmers In Bradford and year eastern Star member, Mrs. Yur v.ut .....
,% w ..et .rrtatar, :
JEWELER more than fifty-one per cent greater Union Counties have grown this Strickland always hRS evinced a Iarare 7wreoat.

than the units of any other manufacturer crop under direction of Mr Dyer, ............... ...a. .c :

WATCH, CLOCK AND which were licensed to and he has compiled records of the !>' OTI('u or 'PPI.I(' 'TIO.... ..:'ot'fH.fxrt L

t6 GENERAL. REPAIRINGAll operate on that date and the only crops following It and what the FOIL TAY. I''':'':''

make to total more than a million farmer thinks of It. According to ,!>........ Hill X...*. IiMSOTICK >
IS HEREIN OIVKN, 3
Work GuaranteedIN units. This Ford fleet was Increased the figures In his files the farm That. J. II Howe, holder of. Tax C"ertiricnte t

v by almost 90,000 units in 1933 ers who are growing this crop and No. 208 Issued the. and day 1
.
of AimUKt A. 1> ISJI.hnn filed Maine
.. GREEN BflUDtNO as a result of the licensing of 172.- turning It into the soil are Increasing In my office and ban made appllt'H..

v 544 new Ford V-8 units and the their yields of corn and lion for a tax deed tn be Issued

L STARKE KLOJUDATO retirement of only: 82,709 old Ford other crops by one two and even thereon following I "Maid' deerilbed certificate property embiaceethe In ewe Need KNUI.IHII In

models during the four times the amount :the County of Bradford, state of Our SrliooU"A
.....q7.i: II.\1: ,,;.l.9I.; 1:1: ii!"IIUIII'.i': : '. ,::.."- year. original Florida to-wlt:
I Nearly 1.000,000 of the Ford without the addition of commercial tots SI, 61 In Woodtawn "SectionIS Native of Florida

--eo ,--'acene- -.- truck and commercial car units inoperation fertilizer. : Township 6 South Itanve II 1'rained, Experienced.Capnlile i"l"
---- j were V-8 and other models With all this evidence before us : Kant fontalnlns 20 Acre. more or .
l">
jI manufactured since 1928 the it seems that it should not be ftMThe enneRKment. of the i-eld prop paid it* By MMmi tries ill ,

q.- I repot disclosed. A total of 468- necessary for the uGvernment to ertv under the ..ald certificate Invited wrw:-

THE VOTERS OF 13G units however were of the offer to pay farmers to grow crotalarla "Starling' was In the name of David I.. &- I

Model T and TT type a remarkable and other !soil! Improve 1'nles5' mild. certificate' shall be redeemed e..

BRADFORD COUNTY tribute to the endurance of ment crops, Mr. Dyer says, but ai'fordlnir I to law. the proii-
therein I will be eoldto FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
ELECT i c11 this famous model. farmers as a rule are slow to adoptnew I arty the deHrrlbed liltthent. bidder at the cnurthoufie -

practices. doi Year to Render
Exprrlrnro
; the month: of July, 101e! which lethe Many
I As soon the the Government 6th dny of July itlKDnted EFFICIENT, I'ROMVT: and COritTFOUS SERVICEMOOERATK

Louis H. Hill Claud Tompkins started this new Soil Conservation this 17th' dm' of May tA3 .'auCF.totI +

program of offering to pity the 1'1-rk A. .1 I THOMAS nf Clrtlilt: Courtof 1 DeWITT C. JONES

farmers to grow these fertilizer Pradford Comity., Florida ,I Starke, Florida (

TOUR crops for their soil there was a ,lOFr'ICtAl. SKAUft. > I I .
.911' .at-e-b-11.19.26! .
i I great rush for croialaia seed by

j Ij TAX ASSESSOR f. the farmers aU over the South. 1 i

, f + They not only white letters and = ? ,,8
I rc

, i, sent. checks the country for seed offering but traveledover to buy --Political: Announcementsi: b


) n" sen! available Consequently: i

I II 4 all the available seed was soon Font MF: A'rolt. C1'PE111VTe\1/VT... OK ....IIOOI.I foil !I"'"00 I. nn m>
I He will give service. w sold. Mr. that he has to I the Cltlcennof I hereby Hnnounre invurlf a candidate I hereby annoiime mvnnlr a citndl-
you Dyer reports I wish tn announce 'oiiiitlee that fur re.HIM'lion to the offli- Ante. for Si'hnol' Hoard, hid, net No a.nhJ..ot
etlll ned money orders and checks Hruilfntd. and Union.. for State Senator. of> "" "I"-rlnt.I..nl..r| Vtibllo. InHttiiitlnn ,lo the will of the vntere of

and has the experience to I 3 this year sent him to seed to have from I am Candidate the above two Counties eubJ of llrmlfnid County.. No h-... .t the lone routing 2.. I'emorrnllo. Primary,
I He is capable to "beheld Jest I t morrntl mart If elected I prnmUe a
i paid for several tuna: of seed. He ct ti" the 11I",110. iiilmnry voters' III the Primary ElectlnnJune fair mlniliilpM ..( .. of. tho dune of

properly conduct the office of Tax Asses- 1 advocates every fall the saving of Ae June HepreBentmlve 2. 191! of Bradford beetInter. 2. Yntir vote and support will b"PI'I'IAI.I I In the s"lieltcd office and Your. will vote be and hltfhly support aoniei -

these but seed Is usual. County I have fought for the ..
xtea.IrI.1.J. seed every ..MH of the I'enple' nt all tlmee Ki-mi.M-t fully.. A J UIUKFIS luted lt\ cpect fully,
ly saved. This demand for seed I'enple for thin' IS. J. 1.IOWIS:
sor. mil I am OHklnamy
511'eItl\1'h7\IlISVT. "(IIOOI 1 I
-
I
is valuablenot ..Iron a* I feel that 1 'am welloiinllfled .
indicates that the crop I prom of t hi.Iml..I..nt t bireliv nominee myself a rnnillnl -
S 1 to fill I the dutlt-a KOII M<'IIOOI. 110 \ '
< for the office nf Muperlntenilvnof IIII
only as a soil builder but as a tifflce. Help elect meyouraggr.s..IveIY
d i Miblli liihtriirtlon of llradfur I hereby, 'announce myself .
I a ran.illilnte
He believes in a clean campaign.He money crop. tarleely11nndrtothe County. mihjeit to the! will of th..Irrn .. for .1..It.. mi tnemher of the ,
I -----.- ability\ and, I assure \ .. In the nemncintlc F'rlniniKlirllon eihonl hoard from Dlntrlct' One '
bi'dt of my June 2, 1H1D I feel| that mlitfVloiiH ,
Pension UiimprlHlinr voting 1
precincts
for the Townsend Old Age 'In me will on.
is SKKKS CONVENTION SEAT you: be that,rr.c;:: <;.'.1'"ld."e.' years nf tenrhlnir.. expert.. and two), subject to the action ot
not .., Mir<. well unllfv( me to hnndlu. thlutlen voter In the Hvnincratla,
i Plan 100 Per Cent. LIVE OAK---Mrs. H. M Strick- 1t"1 t"IIY ellA ItLSYl. JOHNS.: < of the office. Your. vole .nnHiipnort June 1. III3H ir elected I pro Primary ml-, to 1 I

land of Live Oak one of the few! will be npprerlAteit." work for the bent interests of nil 1 '?
-- 1I..lfnlly.| 1IAIINKY Id L Al< IIA1) the echoole In Hrurtfi.nl. Coiinlv. ,d 6 d
FORCONGRESS women ever to serve as mayor in FOII < 'rtTHr "FIN 11'H Your vote and Influence Hfpreclnted.. I

Your and will be appreciated any Florida city is a popular wish to announce my candldnifor l. FOIL orrv... Ji lifli Respectfully, J. H MOOKRJ.KOH ,n
vote support District IIlotnprlHlntr ,
candidate for state. Senator from Tn the pnople of riindford (foiin t
northeastern Florida I liranford and lIDlunCountiee. ty 1 hviehv nntiounce UN a rnndldMt. .. tOI'MTV ('OtIMlSatOV' '''511 ''Mj yt
June 2nd. Jelegate-at-large to the Democratic : I have decided. to com for te-eleitlon n" County Jtnlfce. amenriieHtlv I do hereby announce myself
on "Send a Business Men to II National Convention. There are nut of the llepreaentntlve race and .....110'1the support and candidate for re-election on June a i, t
I .liter. the Senate. race at the request voles of the voters at I the pi'Imary inid.fi"J (]'nunty Commissioner from I
Congress." of many friends. elertlon In June, I apprec-lute' the No. S South Ht rke. I dl
urn
Thank You. ]\f. J. SAPR I support; you wave me In 11)31.) and t
Native Floridian. I 'Round' trust my tenure In office hue bee" ... tazfur the rlghtefnf the eNxtpayl. !J
Rally 1"01H EPIIEar.NTATIYM such A" to wnrl'ant your support I In ere of said "'
t Heavy Taxpayer. I To the voter.. of Bradford County, the conilnMT: primary election.ncHpmtf the )beat of 'my :Wlt.nd! I.county stand 100 to i

Experienced Business Man. I hereby announce myself a candledata ull y ji.rrc.nt. for an old age pension and ll,
I for representative to the LeaInlatiire H K, t'pnnYMAN. ,' ".me I prnvlelnn' mud
L Sound Democrat.Paid from Bradford County, eubJ : for the : eo':,, .. Your vote and S..
Pd. Pol. Adv. I ( Political Adv.) I Wm. C. HODGES ..,.t to the action of the voters at vnn roTvrv... Jl i)..wI upport Will b. o-reatlr apprpcla/ed, / .
Primary to be held I cnndldau. MALLORY
I the Democratic hereby announce my : THOMAS.
__ _, _______
eaus ,6- June 2, 19311. Your. vote !and _sup. : for the office of County Judge or
will ami i ...un Bradford. (Bounty subject to the will FOII COUNTY COMMIftKIO\KII' ...
Buick invites you to hear Clem McCarthy and Edwin C. Hill broadcast theltuisSchmeling van that yourvnnfldun\ a In me willn..t I of 'the lleinoi.ratio lie: <'tore\ In I the I hereby announce myself a can r
"HOMESTEAD: BILL"CANDIDATE 4
he mlHplaced. primary election on June S, 11116. I If dilate for re-election. a. county comrnlKHlonar
\ fight. Red and Blue networks N. B. C. night of June 18. Respectfully, FRED HAZEN. ,.laded to lhl. Important office 1 from Olatrlot Five J
fair! ", the people of this County a to action of the voters In the nim"oorallo ,
FOR FOIL RRPHKSR'OTATIVnI and I 111I.11..1 I iidmlnletralloii .r Primary, June I, ItHH I ,p. i h
I wish ti" repreaent the people of ilNtlce Your vote unit active support predate your/ support In the past. t
Ilimlforil 'ounlY In the Slate {fftt*. will be greatly\ appreciatedHlncerelv and will aitrcrlut. )'our'onllou., ....
latuie and announce my candidacy aiipport and vot.
i for that office. mibject to the Wemcrntlo T KHANK LiANDKUMKOII Haapactfully. n. T. O'STBEN.
GOVERNORHODGES '> Primary June 9, I- If -- '- '
,let.lid. I will try to benefit my KIIKHIVK1'n POI coviwrvit 0..1".10.lt."' ... '
and state, (he voter of Dradforil C'ointy' I
"
county hereby
IIuitULN.Folt I heri'liv. announce myself n rnndl "nnn"n" myself a ran-
A. A. for .t..t.rllntriet
late for I the office of sheriff and I Inominated It county oommln.lon. .r from
It ha'Ii55KV'I''I'Il1I ... and l elected, 1 promlan p Thi-B (comprlnlnir South
my candjclaiv clean. projireHiilve."' honest, Imprlisl !Hlarke) subject J to action ?( the votSr"L'i.'h".V.l'moVr >
announce
enpeitfully .
i tl0 Primary. June
And fearlove. ailmlnlMtrnt find enNiriimiMit
Hra.1-
tot; Representative: ;miMept to the from: will of of the law On this dec and 2. 1936.: Will aporeclatu your vote
ford County iiiport"
voters In the Print IlIr..llnn. I Hollcir your nupport and.
I the emocratlo June 2. 19t9, If etectd vote In 1 the coming prlmnrlce.A It'speetruliy, I-FRTKIl KITH.KOU .

LOUDER RA1OURWDRD$ iI i :nr 1> will Kb-ctlon illllnenllv: faithfully, and live "0.1'". O. ANnitRI/vote: and., 01STV... (.( MMI<.M|(>NKIII ... yy''
ym
fearlessly dn everything; I hat I canto your
iI I 1r of help indfivrd. ; the :majority County othe and t the clilseiia State. will never have cause to regret It .Iliialifor I hxrrhv nunoiinca county. .om..I..I..n..r myself a ran nf {

.f Floilda, I am for the TnwnaemlI'bin KOII HIIKIIIVKT District No Onn (l.awtey) subject +
I will .ept no I" 'the primary i-I.Kllcm t > he |held| h
and aut
inn per cent randl-' Juno Ililif,: : :
hereby announce myself ft Zn.l, |f elected.| wiH-diM
',oinprnmlveFOU" C. C. tlUTI.JJH. date for the office .of Sheriff : County subject to the will "it the ('..nnly Your vote and aup. i
t T\\ t..II.a. -1,'OHt .it the vul.... at the coming I>emoi'rntlo port wIll lia VII"V niiicli, nipr....'..Ieol.
R I'llninry Election' to be heldJuue JOHN C CLm. ION8. {
vt hereby announce my tnndldacyto In<'l. I98A Your vote find eup ,I
1 nucpeed myself an Tux Collector port will be "greatly' appreciated.Jteffiiectf Font. (nt'vrv' 1'OIMIe.IOVhII-. i
f FfrnOford county, aubject to 'theDemocratic ully,
i primary to be held on MIL1\ KR I.. JOHNS r hereby announce myself a antidal. -
.tun. .,. mart. r hAve trlnd. to renderyou > .. for rnunly rommlmlnniir. from
faithful honest;; and ...rw.ttonln..vlce .roil. Mt.IIFP li.trl.-t.. Klvn subject to action by
i during lilY Becotul' Ii rift I of r hereby: announce myself Aff can the vntoia In the Democratic Prt'nary
.)ITI.... as. your TIIK C..I1..r.I t earn- lldnte" for ,the office< of "sheriff ofIrndforil J"n. 2. 111ld.: I will appreciate
,ll. It your aunport.' and If County, Hiihject. tr> the "..- your vol. and active support and
>i :.r..i"again: I ehull continue,; I to lon nf the livmnrratla Party or the promise to exert mv h..at efforts In l
r I r..n<'l..r"u the name service ae I votprfi nt the Primary, of June hid dlsrhnra/ny i / thu' """" "' this 'JoT. "'- i,
II r have in the p.....t. I ((1311 If I ,um elected sheriff olIrHilford portant office. a ,
t r A rtI. A. KNIIiIIT.POtt D. DYAU
County I will render themust
: ::; :
rid faithful anil, c ontentious Hervim Fill .'rnMMlsew\aR
IIIs rp T ,. K ('OI.IF TOH of whli...h I Mm vapub'e, !! I will f'flU'\I' ,
,. tot be the sheriff. for any particularHToiiit r do hereby. nnn I .respectfully ""n"n"a Myself a nnillilxia.. for ,,
or faction 1 of the people lut (the office ( Cu. 'v R
'o1.-tar i i will tie l Iho sheriff. for all ui t thleonlti oniinlxBloner. for IHetrlit, .. Tw ..
? 't !i I and d will not platy fnvorlllamn Ninth, ,Hlarlce, of Rradford" l C?.inBiibjmt .
r lii'inocrntlc" vritrrs ut the pi Imary of lo I the voters .
tlie of duller of th' D
nerformiiin my
1 1A e T ,J':) .June 2, T'lil! : I feel, that 1 .nm dutlea In. ev- 1upel'ttolly( } :, 5ubnllrut.N1LMON, ,.' : railiI'rliniirv: June the Uiiil. i "i iI ",I i i
n. I Ihe
fflvo :
ry way nuullfleil pledge rnyeelf ,
.. T.ORI:IIN'e'llt and my Harr.i | I>
A + the nffli'i- ..ftl'I..nl unit cornpei. .nr"If elected. 'that 1 will 'II", 1 i "
b< =ause he stands. so ,i. aefll.e.I PIcilKliiir. n full andfiuthful /'I.RIt1: iiitfiir i 01 it'r :my whole duty I look lux, i i '
I ill"chnrs-i "' the duties of hn.t Interest of Ue: :: ,: .: .
i far ahead hits been 1 tit., nffli' t" thi 1o"Mt" of my ability,, To the People of Hrmlfc.nl ,Cnun whole, and will "guard county w.. if Mnnyertt r I.. o, .
tyt! Sincerely that I '
f .ii.Hi.It mid will approilnte you! : trusting may ,
: slandered of the
v Cnunty, I
K lously will h'
.
... f he iiermltted to continue to serve, i
primprvReupsrtfuIly
In tho on me
> n ppnrt i favorites .
.
or pets, hat
bv the usual age-old, (' VRI. JOI1.VB.l ) you nn vniir .. ..k..r the 'cln' nit for will I i
.
equity and ,
it : "putt 1 I Hiini'iihi, toy .mil Ii. fur, jtietli' ; I I
all kming- dirt spread ""n.I..n l It to the In-t h 4
AL hln nffti f t fi ,th l>
FOH 'r \ 'It .t'tgEesoll: Hiiljjei > that r.inprimary '
,
knowledge
and 1
: the professional i "aratl" / I 1'1..1. the abllltv v' 'I i ; '
t/ .
T hereby\ nnno'itico ''ny..1r! a can 'klndn.o, ami lonfldencn shown and" UPliort will be iippmALKX I, i. 'II ;
p'')illticlan and beep 'ilditifor tint\ offl" o of, A"..fisor of ,lot' ", II foe nor pi-oplif. mid In returi mi, : L.. U.\lt. 1 {,

NOOiHERCA0. 1HTBWORLD YES we've made some the way ahead of you.You'll : llae m*urn'"* will nf Bradford nt the" voters 1 cunty.at the nunjeotii com :I taws,M '.ru'r'.1(fl...<'. Kill, iitul eontlnii"for KI to long r..n.Jel'I" ni lit Thenlrr. nf r..niniliiKlitIllotrlrl ..... 'a J '

1HESI fI tuR HODODSIIOIK3B8 t J H the fight for the Inn I ; D.mirrsrlr, Prlmirr Lenin to ,"".b.. Zi ,
about 1'\1.! '
liM AU. statements hear the most impor beta In .InnV' ..iir rote, and utipf. >>- n KI e and our E hi masses of the people' : p pro Y.XII n'.I."nrn l v'111 I.e npUrnlnlHd "IJ&hereby i IiCum".r /
Sfraight f. 11 I In wll'lf-d\ nnil will.bit ereafly r.-el.cttsn; :
( ,
or
raill, head PislolU 's.d;: the great-powered valveintant pieceof news in the world to get taxes off their appreciated.Il.ap.ctrui1. -A. J. TlIOMAeJFOII for pl"'trl"<'n.I -. i

E i n I head straight-eight engine ". subject to the action tor Dc..
ofautomobileswhenyousend Domes) and to kilt '
rpxarfou.rurresTop' ,
: .. w. Hftyon. riiooi not it D voters. fn the primary i i... d I

CI, b.1 fishl" nuiih. Fuherfy! that gives Buick its standoutperformance. t this road-king into action and ". the Ml.a tiM. Tha"tag I"on.n..on. ( hereby ftnnnnnce myself! n rand June, End, lJi: rf "1..,.,tj i J
BJ( interests" don't Mate fur re-election ail lo render thu b"ct, >*nl 1.''. h
Dr.jt.III""'1"IiI fl l how its performance out.J.ul.c r epoetfnlly arMiounemy fan. 11 Hfionl 1 Board, District" No. t ."hj..f r inn capable tha.iiklnu t t., '
Ie ,,_Aclio" see want c1IJn! >y fur; Tex Icmeenr of P.raiTj ntt the will nt thu vntere' In .nldOtetrlut '.n' punt support and soil.|, It "
BraIn' or.o ...- all our promises I >id c""fy .ulijeit to the will ef on Jun. 5 1996.! Tour vote vote' and support. lit the ... .
r. n fort alld SaP" But wait until you've heard proves : bccAUM! he stands ,the ttmen-ratIc voters In the eonvnm anti eupport will I be greatly rtppi'eISjKi I tlon, t
AxreflMItC tarring openly for old age : primary etleetlnn l June 2. I hatlepa'yeiblifytlirtd'OTTd "' !. anTotirn very trite. ''
rl.I kDrivt 8aiu this beauty's reassuring murmur Therewasa time when better. a t- R" I L. CON Nlii:It. I
rJpJJriatconfrol Bounty tfI't.: \
and BMthtrs' :
pen- sno. If Crew. i'
t to : a
,GrCanrpnrtminJJ'Fr0" as you head .itupagrade. than average smoothness .Iou gtI" because .elected. Tsx Ast'.ernr. t guarantee .01& <>irvf ...' ('f""UO'C.on:

jrp'E/J Rdl. Slahili'U" 1: or listened to its soft un. mobility and power-flow in a 1I0UGP..s.) tight for the tax, all the fav coil!
aIlJol.dT"": given through lli.it. offlie. wilt 'n* eli-i>Ion, ,"." n member of. theoh'v I d,
: Glen l>: 4fto / labored purr as it crawls car belonged only to those of free homes: made ppre'-late Y..nrrime rrhu II dartsthin !': ; \ I guard fniii, District Nn 9 Ixe m'tlft the .Importance No; 3. North of Utinit tM+ ./ ,:t'i"mi '

thoM "spaclal Inter- vote and u'ulnanin r oniiirlnlnr, Notti-n RtarK and Ther-. ,, '. ?. I. I
traffic. wealth. e ..
; along through better than-average nnrini'tmk' l. t 1n i.
$l11S art SJjr ttshouluer, their II. (11.10. DJ';)14iIIEST.: ..Ma)). aril, If *,le..'.- '
-p n
1 ,
.. .
'a' 16S 1A, prices of I':, Wait until you've felt the But our prices are so close to proper part of thet .'0''& "r\ ..IS6H5rntI "(t"l>tin| 'C, the Yon,f n rote' mv fund(very ntlppottolictted bent :I _oll It your i.to,W.,' M.anil,JlnW.\I'J':ituup .. 'i i'Oll I

t'< butden.; U tbe hy '.mice inyeelt a candid runt will! .b" onpre''tated.K .
:/: surging lift that's there at thoseofthelowest.pricedfield t't ; IX MAYa .
f h lfKI voters rtcogaiMcltlnen + th offR of Tag A.lMaopf COIVTV ( OMMf<'!I'O'j H
f.. '( StJad a"J there's real why ; Bradford Contfly t-uhjei-t to th. 1 take thl. method of
? reason you tin"i
want no
.ithout; nonettaal alt any speed-when you IIODCtSt: pan .erwde to the wilt, nf the voters nt' the i-omln >k. fixer of Xebtiel" ; n..eril l>l,,. my aandlda' <,y for rcl l .i II.. ,
t JnoeJ 05 shouldn't have performance 1 t>.mocrnte| prtmarv .. ..,, fc* tries 1.. I v* HmiKvnl <'nntTI fflce of tVtunty CnmriU'
aaJortsS to go swinging past some avegaje by beta June 2. In anklns for this of. I ,hereby nn.o" IIn... myself a i.entdnt *J"Vk' No *, aubj nt i 1. I '
rmalah\ atixtra tut slowpoke that blocks that's fit for a king. ix/r, this leader of fee: will ay i hut I am. thorough fur "lettlon to the office ,. Tlsmncratie \"t..r. I I"i }
fit fli- 11., f H. ". ..t rt.,anl fnary t
xn to ban- fnrnl'lir' with < :Member for PlntrKto Klectltill., .lone 2. I > '"
Ms .
to
'ONtH"o" p rallying priitlun If ," ,ted to dlivlmrirv the t enbjett to the action of the Your rapport. will I b.' i i'I / '
t. You' II the masses knowsfor d'Cu-r; it .: I j' .'f'li. Ifl A"t efficientirid ")l.ni.,,,"r.iti, J.oI".y, JT:ID,. 2. 1 tl>136 If t -. .t..l I w f.. !
-- if" n nmnn' ,,"r. I deeply op. .I.l ', d I F promt" ** a f...lr and Inll"rial "-- "?'." gl,. h.. ,illrtiSot t .
his "past per predate the .upnr' Klv n four l sdminiitr11a of the dutia of th.I.at ,.t toy ability
ioi.Unl, J"a. I 9 ilaf far1JUhf e'l" instead yours ago: unit ngrln 1 n: I..Ta. your the //ijr"d: : riurr t vote nod support J. M |troi ;r'',
; 1Je of ifrful 1 rsnebleratl..r! I and\ *ilp1>ort l lo is ana. win br highly up- .i
: w1uiw tot M ; "poTltfcal plat- thu tomln tr primary. ,tlrcolar.l.\ Toni' NTV ('0"\11"0' II '
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l,t $I< r.\OE FOUR -. toiApronii' coTTjmr. TCLEORAFII.!: STABKB, FLORIDA u._.___. __ ._ ____ -_'-> FRIDAY BLAy. ..-.-, 1 II
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;l + Miss Stump Receives O.- E. S. Notice- Miss Ruby Hazel MiddJeton Weds Eugene L. Matthews Matthews-Middleton Wedding I :Mr*. Annie Richard Raiford and Mina Clara Lanklord ). B
Mrs. K. Bruce Norman, Mrs. E. X more Md., who Honored At Buffet Was
; I !IA. B. Degree In Beautiful Church Ceremc ny Friday Evening Party gralua tlith'lahassee.
Regular meeting of the Order Middleton, Marjorie Sue Middle- week from the F S c W '.1
the cate shades of moussetlae de Supper Thursday Evening ton, Annie Catherine Norman I Is "'l'u
': 1 Miss Evelyn Stump daughter ol of Eastern Star will b. Monda; A wedding which centered pink all the ruelll ).
Interest of many friend throughout sole aDd their flowers were lavender Edward of Jacksonville Evelyn and Marjorie AlI8IeI<
I :Mr. and Mn. Fred F. Stump, wa night, June 1, at 8 o'clock. AU Mrs L. A. Davis, Mr Stump
+ I member are urged to be present. this and other State wa that aster The junior bridesmaid. Burn, Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. J. .
tI graduated from the Florida State Plan are to be made for the Grant of Miss Ruby Hazel Middleton, wore frocks of harmonizing shade M. Brownlee, and Mrs DeWitt C. -===--
l + l + College for Women, at Tallahassee, Matron' visit on June 17. Social. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William of pink organdie, fashioned oo that Jones, of Gainesville, were hostess.es -
"+i t Monday morning, and after four hour will follow the business Epplng Mlddleton, and Eugene the skirt touched the floor and the at a buffet supper given in hon- WHY SWAP
,' ;year of atudy in that noted Institution meeting. Uddon Matthew, lIOn of Mr. and waist was empire style. Their or of the member of the Mat- EXPERIESCE: :
1' received the decree of A. B. Mr*. Eugene S. Matthew., which flowers were pastel shades of tbews-Middleton wedding party FOR AN EXPERI1tCyTfREELECT
- j 1 ,;31.' in Education.: English, Spanish and Latin. was solemnized} at 8 o'clock Friday sweet pea. and held at the home of Mr. and
ti Miss Stump wa a member of Mr. Stump attended the com- eVe lnl' In the First Methodist : Mr*. Mlddleton, mother of the Mr*. L. A. Davis, immediately following -
+ I r'' I the College Glee Club, Uw Zeta mencement exercises In Tallahas- Church. The Rev. B. M. Mont. bride was becomingly attired In a the wedding rehearsal last W.
I ,i '. Tau Alpha Sorority, and majored aee, and returned home Monday romery, pastor of the church, performed gown of cream lace with which she Thursday evening dt V. Knott
1 in Spanish. As a profession sba I evening accompanied by her the Impressive ring cere- wore a aboulder corsage of Talisman A profusion of pink roses, sweet
F \, plan to teach in high school, being daughters. Misses Evelyn and Marjorie mony. roses. peas, shasta daIsies Queen Anns'
y ::1 Ii'' qualified to teach mathematics, Stump. Long before the appointed hour, Mr. Matthew, mother of the lace, and pink gladioli attractively STATETREASURER
I. ( ,' -- the edifice wa filled to Its capacity bridegroom chose a gown of white arranged in basket adorned the '
with friend and relatives of embroidered net fashioned Jacket lower floor where the guests gath-
LADIES' BEACH the young couple. The church waa style, and worn with a girdle of red ered. Quantities of burning pink s}
decorated with Easter lilies and velvet. A shoulder of red the y
corsage tapers further added charm to Sine becoming
SANDALSMATCH greenery, the background being radiance roses completed her cos lovely occasion. state
banked with palms and tropical Treasurer. ,
k tume. salad September
Refreshments of cnlcxen 28,
J TO YOUR BATIII Q of Easter lilies '
Bouquets
plants. The bride's father Is a prominent nut bread sandwiches, olives, salt- 1928, Mr. Knott baa
I SUIT tied with white tulle alternating ifcHvtd!
4 ) and Is direct descendant ines, cake and Iced tea were serv-
physician a
._.. ... .. .,' _. with white tapers similarly tied and
4L H accurately
of Arthur Middleton, signer of ed the guests from the beautifully arcouoGrltor\
? Only 79cINDIES' and fastened to each pew formed the Declaration of Independence.She arranged dining table which was q three hundred and
the aisles through which the bridal twenty.
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attended the Florida State laid with a lovely Venetian lace
party passed. The of the ,
M1 beauty College for Women where she wasa cloth. five millions of dollars, ,f
scene was enhanced further by anItar
; member of the Zeta Tau Alpha The five hostesses presented the
FIGURED CHILDREN'SDRESSES arrangement of tall floor public funds.
social sorority. She specialized In rlde-to-be with the salad bowl to {a
standards Easter
holding fragrant
BATISTE spoken English and was active In her set of china, as a memento of
lilies, also tall candelabra holding '
campus dramatic and Is now a this charming party.
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Honest
white candles which shed their soft Impartial
member of the faculty' of the Bradford The guest list included: Miss Ha- Experienced
glow; over the sanctuary. IT'S A GOOD RULE TO KEEP TilE MAN WHO HAS
School
GOWNS County High zel Middleton, Mia Connie Pad. GIVEN
Preceding the entrance of the Mr. Matthews) the son of Eugene gett, Palmetto, Mrs. W. C. Boawell Pd. Pol. Adv YOU A SQUARE DEAL.
F j ALL Mrs. A. Ca.
COLORS wedding party Levy
Simeon Matthews, member of Ocala, Miss Elise Jones,
1 LACE YOKES Slaw. 3 to 14 Years nova played a program of nuptial the Florida Railroad Commissionand Gainesville, Mrs. Nat Norfleet,
music. Mrs. A. Z. Adklna --- ------ -
1 j sang long prominent in State poll Madison, Mrs. H. S. Massey, Dade -
"Because" d'Hardelot and "I
PRICED AT ( )
tics, and Ida W Matthews. The City, Miss Ruth Sternberg, Miss
; 75c Values 59c Love You Truly" (Bond). Mr. bridegroom attended the Virginia Mary Canova, Mlsa Mlna Manasaa, White pause
lawaon J. Davis sang "Ah, Sweet
.4:1i: Military Institute at Lexington Miss Lucile Mitchell, Miss Annie
,, of Life" Hubert and "AtDawning" EvaporatedMILK
Mystery ( )
a 59c to 98cLADIES' Va., where he was elected art edi- Mae Pearce, Miss Rosalind Jacobs,
(Cadman). The bridal o NUTLEY
v tor of "The Sniper", campus humorous Miss Hazel Adklns, Miss Martha
party entered to the strain of the
magazine. Later he was Brownlee, Miss Madge Middleton,
PONGEE SILKPAJAMAS "Bridal Chorus" from ,
"Lohengrin"
and Miss Leila Dea Andrews.
graduated from the School of Journalism -
and the bride and bridegroom and
at Columbia University In Messrs: E. L. Matthews, LouisA.
attendants left the church to the New York City, where be becamea Holmes, Santa Monica, Calif., 3 Large
RT'S March.strains"of Mendelssohn's "Wedding member of the Sigma Alpha John Burgard, Louisville, Ky., Russell McJS5S; LL. 15c
Daniel, Sarasota, G. L Patten
SP ES Epallon social fraternity, and Sigma
) The bride, who was given In mar- Delta Chi honorary journalistic A. E. Wall, Jr., Carlyle Ritch Dr. 3 Small 1 Qc j j'l'"BRE'' K NOMv RuI5|
i i SPECIAL riage by her father, had a* her fraternity. For the last four years J. W. Brownlee, Gerald Middleton,, flByHH9flVBHH*>*SVHMVV0
maid-of honor Miss Connie Pad- be has been editor of the Bradford John Powell Milton Brownlee, Bill scoco or JEWEl-Finest
Y 1.95CHILDREN'S gett of Palmetto. Mrs. W. C. Bos- County Telegraph, one of the Stewart, Jacksonville,Charles Dar- Shortening Compound
3'' 1.25 well of Ocala, cousin of the bride- State's oldest newspapers. by, J. M. Brownle-*. DeWitt C. LARD 2 Lbs. (bulk)
23c
groom; Miss Elise Jones, Gainesville Reception lit Held Jones, Gainesville- Edward Burns,,
; Mrs. Nat Norfleet, Madison, Immediately following the cere- J. E. Wilson, and L. A. Davis.
( and Mrs. H. S. Massey, Dade City, mony a reception'' as held at theWoman' Mr and Mrs. CliftonBrown, the 4lb. Carton 49c 8-lb. Carton 95c
+ 1 SEE Ol'R LINE WHITESANDALS were brides-maids. Junior bridesmaids Club house, which was Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Montgomery,,
: were Marjorie Sue Middleton attended by a host,.of relatives and Mr and Mrs. George E. Manassa,,
( LADIES' WASH niece of the bride, and Annie friends. Welcoming the guests at Mr. and Mrs N. D. Wainwright,, PLAIN OK SELFRISINGTUNAFLOUR
Catherine Norman, cousin of the the door were Dr..and Mrs. W. E. I Jr., Mr.:and' Mrs. Frank Carpenter,,
bridegroom, both of Jacksonville. Middleton, Mr:until Mr*. B. S. Mat. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Dr
DRESSES98c Mr. Matthews had as his best thews. Standing.: the receivingline and Mrs. H. B. McLendon, Dr. and
4 ?I SIZES 8tt;{ to 2 man, Louis A. Holmes of Santa were the bride and bridegroomand Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mr. and
Monica, Calif. Ushers were: Russell their attendants.The Mrs. H. Morgan Richard, Raiford, 8 Lbs. 12 Lb 24 LI... 48 Lbs.
Daniel, Sarasota; O. L. Pat- Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova Judge
.r = 4' to 1.95 95c to 1.10 ten; Morgan Richard, Raiford, and were decorated auditorium'and with various sun parlor kinds and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mr*. Ro- 23c 39c 73c $$1.43MARY

John W. Burgard. Louisville, Ky. of flowers and greenery, and thbride's berta Burgard, Louisville, Ky.,
1 The petite, blond bride was a table wa overlaid with a
iI'' k YOU SAVE WHEN YOU BUY IT AT ,vision of loveliness In her white
handsome cloth and centered with Coulter, Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. ANN FANCY BLUE
|lace wedding dress, fashioned In the bride' cake: Pink and white H. S Massey, Dade City, Mr. and OLD FASHION
ALEXANDER & COMPANYELECT i princess style and terminating In a flowers and whiw'candles! in silver Mrs. Nat Norfleet, Madison, Sam ROSERICE
!long train. The long sleeves were candelabra further graced the table Shelling,Madison, Mr. and Mrs. W. MEAL
I made mouaquetalre style with narl which was placed in the sun C. Boswell, Ocala, L. L. Warren,
l row points falling over the back of Bolted or Unbolted
I parlor. Miami, Mrs S. P. Vandlvlere,
'her hands. Her slipper were After spehdlng"some time with Greenville, Ala., Owen Griffin, and 10 Lbs. 19c 5 Lbs. 23c
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f>i iWi white and her veil of tulle and lace
their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Matthews Mrs. (X J. Griffin St. Augustine,
wa worn with a halo effect and left for a. ten day. wedding Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Dowling, Bill
a caught. with spray of orange blossoms. trip, destination unknown. The Dowling, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. PORK &: ,.
The bride's flower were a bride traveled in a navy blue suit Dowllng Mr. and Mrs. W. D.

die cascade,. bouquet of white phyro- with, light blue blouse and navy Jones, Mr and Mrs. E. I* Middle- BEANS 1 Lb. can 5 for 20c
i accessories. ton, Mrs. K. Bruce"Norman, Mrs.
Miss Connie Paogelt, maid of Mr.; and Mrs. Matthews will H. L. Moore, Hugh' Moore, Miss
,t honor, wore a gown of tea rose make their home'In Starke. Grace Dupree, Mr. E. I* Patten, SULTANA PEANUTBUTTER
t mousaellne de sole, made with a Out-of-town guest were: Mrs. lisa Anna Patten, Mrs. Della
Et > alight train and puffed sleeves. SIlver Roberta Burgard and John Bur- Wellham, all of Jacksonville, Mr, I Lb. 12c 21-oz. 15c
sandals completed her costume gard. Louisville, Ky.,Louis Holmes, and Mrs. L. F, Chapman, Mr*. An- ;
: and her flowers were lavender aster Santa Monica, Calif. Russell Dan "-- -------- --------
+ ::9te v w t'e nie Richard, Mr. and Mr H.
t jI t\ I r- it ? *. The brlde -malds wore dell-iel I Sarasota Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Richard, Raiford. M'I DEL, MONTE

>'), i 'PEACHES No 2'/' 2 for 27c

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PHILLIP1NE PILLSBURY'S 20 '

L LARD Lb lOc GREEN'SSTORE FLOUR 90c;; : GRITS IONATOMATOES



: : -1 Bent White-No Salt BEST SMOKED
< :11 t. 10 Lbs. 24c

x I .(\\1< %AJV/ BACON, Lb 15c CASH & CARRY BACON Lb. 18c - 4 Cans 25c


4'' GREEN BEANS Per Pound 5c

WHOLE GRAIN 2S-OZ.APPLE PEAS 2 Pounds 15c

RICE 5 Lbs. 25c BUTTER 12 : LEMONS Per Dozen 23c

iTr II ONIONS 3 Pounds lOc

Ij MEAL 5 Lbs. lOcGROUND TOILET TISSUE, 3 Rolls lOc SQUASH Per Pound 5c

DAILYGRITS 4-LB. CARTON JEWEL TOMATOES Per Pound 5c

? S :: 10 Lbs. 25c LARD 49c : =======:

NATHAN MAYO DIXIE CRYSTAL SILVER BROOK
Tub or Print
I MUSTARD, Qt. Jar lOc 'SALT, 4 Pkgs. ----_ 9c
SUGAR I BUTTERPound
COMMISSIONER
OF TJLV

70 nIt i AGRICULTUREMARKET : PURE COFFEE Lb. 12%c OLEOMARGARINE 15c I |5 Lbs. ----- 23c | ___ 33c J

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t: 't BUILDER I PRINCE ALBERT, can lOc MATCHES, 3 Pkgs. .. lOc GRAND LUBEMOTOR
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''i FORFLORIDA II NO. CANS-STANDARD PACK RIB OIL 2 gal. can 89cPINK

!w.':, ( FARMERS TOMATOES 4 Cans' 25c BEEF STEW 2 Lbs. 25c I HERSHEY'S

; TilE :MAN: whose platform is Performance, Not Prom- .
Ises.f I PURE COCOA, %21b. lOcRATH'S
k f CREAMERY SALMON
BREAD 3 Loaves 25c
____ 10c
f 1''r, TilEIAN:: who is building Wholesale Markets for Far- - BUTTER, Pound ______ 32c CAN
mers. CHUCK IONA SALADDRESSING SAUSAGE 23c

THE MAN who turned a million dollars into the State SWEET MIXEDPICKLES RAJAH SANDWICH
Q t. 25c
Treasury after paying all expenses of his Depart STEAK. Lb. 12J4c' : SPREAD2Pt.. 12c
24-oz. 15c
1 ; ment from inspection fees. You contribute noth :

t r, lag. to his department in your tax: assessments. HI-PLANE 2 Cans 15c I GRANDuOTHER.s.-.b.12-oz.. RoDs Plain or Sliced .. :
a I, TilE MAN who saved thousands from being evicted - MACARONI, 3 Pkgs. 10cI BREAD I) 5c Scz'8c lOc
li a from their homes by the speculators! in tax: certificates.
J GOLD ---
MEDALMILK ----
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''t ; k: t THE MAN who alone saved the state from a $20,000-()() I I 3 tall 19c 'PEACHESNo.21hcan15cill' WE CARRY MATTHEWS MILK,

t 000 bond I cans CREAM AND BUTTERMILK


,i r issue.VOTE FOR BOILING BACON Lb. 12c SODA CRACKERS, Lb. lOc Pints ___ 7c; Quarts 12c

( TOSIATO YOUNG Vz Pint Cream __ __ 18c
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( NATHAN MAYO CATSUP 14-oz. lOc STEAK Lb 22c -- -- -- ---- 50 -DEPOSIT.--------OX.-- BOTTLE.___ _h_ _____.__ -

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IU'19.Is. BJtADFORD COUNTr TELEGR.\rR. STARI'E{; n.onmA PAUl!: F1YFENT l t, wI
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G. W. Alderman, of Tallahassee' Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. Matthews J M Mitchell: Tat: Sternberg,1 Mrs George: C Livingston, Dr. Mrs F H. Long and daughter. Mrs Lawrence Azlln, who has";' ;

WORDCOLUMN A spent the week-end here. here will return to their home and B. Jacobs were business visitors and Mrs E. O ManskiU and son, I Miss Lois Long: left Wednesdayfor been here for oeveral weeks visit

[ Sunday after a week's wedding to Jacksonville Wednesday Miami where! they are visiting tog Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns returned
of Tampa were the guests of Mrs.E ,
:Miss Beatrice Moseley left Sat- trip at Miami Beach Mrs. Long' brother-in-law and sister this week to her home in a, :

urday for a several weeks visit in R. A. Thomas has returned to i S Matthew. for several days Dr and Mrs. C. F. Saylel.MI..s Petersburg, Va. She was accompanied

Lyons Ga., with relatives.Mr. Mrs. S. E. Brownlee' and Mrs. J his home here where he Is convalescing this week. by Mrs. A. W. Redgrav., 'I1

SAW-86-acres of good M. Brownlee are spending today after being confined for Martha Brownie, who is a who will visit relatives there.
It state 18 Thia and Mrs. W. G. Halle bad (Friday) In Jacksonville with Mr several months In a Jacksonville I Ladles I Don't fall to see Adrl -.- -- --
student nurse at riverside; Hospital -
on
land..formerly IcowuI as their guests Sunday Mr. and and Mrs. Marcus Conant hospital. :I cane the nclr.nlIdeally harmonized in JackDonvllle, will come Ladles! See the Adrienne displayIn .
"' Interested, Mrs. L..G. Knight of Jacksonville. commeitta ensemble. Now on display
p rroY I ---- window. Get the full
; Estate. her Sunday to spend a three )\lIkll U'a
p rB. Crews, 2134 Hendry Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Ladles! Follow. ,Adrienne to a I at Mitchell's. weeks vacation with her parents, story of the first Hclentlflcally. harmonlxrd "
18 to The Woman's Christian Temperance new beaut) See hrr at Mitchell's.. '
lyer" Fla.ODUCTIONS Misses Hazel and Lois Adklns and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. complexion ensemble.
R Union will meet with :Mrs.
a *uUBU a* '
A. Z. Adklns, Jr., are spending awhile Mr and Mrs C. L,. Stockwellhad TOhMSEHOITES1
A. W. Anderson on at 3
Mall. Try Friday p.
by at Jacksonville Beach. as their guest for several days clistiiictive flowers .
grace '
R congenial m. .
Plan and meet last week Mrs. C. B. Phelps and I/h
new everywhere. onceterTropic Election Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott have as ,Mrs Willie Wither, both of Jacksonville 1 cherry at herschelJiirksonIUe ::
al to oeri! Adrienne l. the .
PIJI Write at choir of discriminating Udles.. their guests this week their laugh t4fl I I i
Miami, Fla. __ _
b, BoX 105. ter, Mrs. Stanley Carnell and sons \ phone 7-2129 j
Q1uth Gene and Corbin of Ormond. Ladles! Harmony from head to I .
I
unusual !
4g Mine Ann Mason has returned to toe ",Adrlenne.. Let us tell you mart center plerr (corsage '
her home In ( 'fI flower for
Crystal River after a loos gifts
marked the 1I.-h..I1'
.tory. ,
Essex sow( Mrs. A. I. Spencer and little
_.Biack In visit here with her cousin Miss .. .. .. -
In one ear. upper square B tty Green daughter of Jacksonville, spent --- --- --- --- -
put with pigs. Small the weekend
past here at the
er possibly. Reward. It foundJeff home of Mr. and M .. J. F. Col-
marked Itp Mr and Mrs. William. G. Struth N 0. A. Andrea
t Lewis, Starke. ley. I !
children
and Shirley William and I Concentrate On Yl ,
Elizabeth Ann, all of Jacksonvillewere
Fix oh! Adrlenne elected by o't'rwhf'lmlng 1
TESTATE puce inolnear the guests Sunday of Mr. 1 JERRY W. CARTER I
majorit See her nlMitchell's. ,
f small I CAMHUVrK FOR
the a Struths parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
r really want to Your True Blue Proven
H. Struth.
thatwith us. Wilson Real- Friend For : \

1 Company LUt 5.22-St Ab'I, .Il- :-.. -':j.._. '. ::;\1 1\-.1I'! :;"l.IIi.: ...Ii...:,: ..: m."... L. D.with Vining the Federal has accepted Land a Bankof position n GOVERNOROrganizer SheriffMKR T'T'AidIIlLl

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r WANTED for Rawleigh Columbia and will leave Sundayfor and President

outes of 800 families. Reliable RITZ THEATRE :Marlanna, where he will be lo Townsend Club, No. 1, 4
should start earning W3: cated. n, nPd Tallahassee : FINAL API'KAL ,
Jilv STARKE

KM today Rawlelgh, DeptaFAE- Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Daugherty From Miami. Hrl) :MY K\K': GOOD KIUKNDS! IN '
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5-1- -22-2t PROGRAMBEGINNINO oboe. com away from : "
Tenn. and little daughter Marion '
Ann .
Memphis .
.5, Carter M eUnin h oluUily! wnunlI UKADFOim COUNTYI
FRIDAY of Stuart are the guests of Mrs UM noptloa h. turn hxL

[ RENT 5.room partly furn- Daugherty mother. Mrs. Annie I Jerry Carter *;;;:;;.... to br...... '.
Led cottage Space for garden TllfRS.-FRIM MAY 28-29 McGee.\. 'I' In. ail, noon). fur ._an.. at ; have done everything, that is humanly
I I
Maurice Edwards.jne45 .
I "Times politicalNOTEl mwUaq
chickens It Square I possible to conduct campaign high
I my on a
| Ladles! Have you met Adrienne \Set! Personal Letter .f .
7jiew tarpaulin near Starke. Playboy"Warren f She Is at )\11t<>hell'8. I Appreciation from Dr. F. K. I level. I have done nothing, and I have said ;+ '
William Townsend to Jerry Carter.
rJer return to Brownlee Bros. June Tra'laSATURD.oY. Make Every Vole CountTerry I nothing for the of casting
ItIR Mrs. W. C. Boswell, of Ocala, I purpose any re- .
Twelve reward.
Mrs\. Roberta John Bur- Carter Is a TownnendlteFlnt flection r '
Burgard \ either of the other candidates
MAY 30TII."Singin' Last and All the Tiro upon
SALESewing machine with Bard of Louisville, Ky., and LouisA. I (Paid Political. AdvarUamMBt) .
lunusual! cabinet drop aide Iron Vagabond"Gene Holmes of Santa Monica, Calif,, I'.i Ally -- for this officeor upon their friends. I

k.t bles- beds, plows screen Autrey have returned to their respective ..1

U)/ pillows, axe, flat irons othInrtlcles !homes after a visit here at the : I have fought a good fight, I have run a '
701 Walnut St. Itp 8UN.-MON. MAY 31-JUNK 1 home of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Mat FOR YOfB NEXTSheriff
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"Rose Marie" thews. ; S 4'' good race, I have kept my honor, I have ap-
mESS RENOVATING Old
uttreascs made new. One day Jeanette MacDonald preciated yours.And '
Starke Nelson EddyTUES..WED. A'.. Ot KM FI.OHIDl TUFT i
Re-upholstering. a AHK HtlX.'DAN'S now KIKK! frlrn.li. If .
my you run .oll..l'nlloullly give
Co 534 N. Walnut St.
treas! ., JUNE 2 rib: S me jour vote 1 will wppretlnte" It, and If you will elex-t. me your '
THE MAN'DanChappell /Sheriff! I will keep thin "solemn' pledge. that the offU-i will be
"Petrified Forest"Bette ,
ronditrtetl upon the name high le,>,el that It has been conducted
Davis o VOTE FOKNELSON upon during t the ninny yearn In the punt .. (
Leslie HowardTIIURS.FRI.

NOTICE T. It. fie Ownr a trial; I In will appreciate It; You will not regret "r ) it

., JUNE &: 5 FOR GOVERNOR r !
FOR SHERIFF VOTE FOK ONE .
dB WIII1k? Received By The.adtl"llgned "Prisoner of Shark '

for Furnishing Island"Warner orb .Big r : GREEN"The A. O. ANDREU X '. 1 1Fri.

serial, Labor and Fixtures to Pol. Adv. ,,
A
Baxter ,"O 4 {
Florida.
at Lautey a
Gloria Stuart
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uriint and Filling Station ----- - -- --

|....nbincd l Main Building 80Bvt Double Feature y'd ,. "The Poor Man's Friend" ,

Long By 32 Feet Wide DI- u Your Vote and Support Will

Ided Into 13 Rooms and Paay Election Day a a He Appreciated TIP TOP GROCERY t !

Plans and Specif leaRim TUESDAY JUNE 2ND. lei
x I
Can Be Seen At Our Of- "PETRIFIED FOREST" __.._ Pd. Pol. Adv.

a. Bette Davln C. II. NASWORTIIY Owner and Operator.

-AND"OREGON TRAIL"- \ ? t

LAWTEY LOADING & John Wayne > PIE11111JSS OK \VIIITK

I HIPI>COMPANY,' LUCKY SEAT NITE EVERY ; 'J.'a 2n IRISH POTATOES 10 Lbs. 25c iFANCY

LAXVTEY.FLORIDA TUESDAY &: WEDNESDAY
,. JUDGEWILLIAM
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NAT SEZ: ---- ,- --- -- ?4, N I BANANAS 4 Pounds 15c


Went up to Jacksonville the other FAN<'Y YELLOW OK .y.

day to see how those folks felt. S% Z;" J. PORTERCANDIDATE I ONIONS w"3 Pounds ]lOc ,

about voting for our home town fnn (......10... waaPIRNT TO
I lot of RtlMH THH LIU" nil Ike '1'.11.. I FANCY W1NESAP '
for
11 boy Congress. saw a ha..N. situation .nd esMue. es- {

my friends and talked to a lot tstrang'rtI |1.1.. SKLfr'-l'I'KltUNT..at.... the. FOR CONGRESS2ND. .1
..
1 f rn of 111* public ln t APPLES Per Dozen 25c
: and everywhere I wentit Mo hud the rnurttmr f.. d......... I
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....h 10..1. a .IwInt orI.atr"not. DISTRICTHE
'looked mighty Green I sec to f. mrmbrrn .f. the I.e., CONGRESSIONAL Maxwell House COFFEE Lb: :25c
l..lu...rt> at she "...101.. .,p.ooe ,
I, "If those city folk .o tttn Cinvrwnur rnulil rputrnl the '
my self sec I
l.rl..la/urr-thr IntUlntur. that BELIEVES IN: CHARMER COFFEE 2 Cans 25c
think this country boy Is makinI'good. taro Plorliln the .!<.f marhlaootrr '
(huplirlf i.rote.f mill voKiilnnf Swansdown CAKE FLOUR. 33c'
and are going to vote for .. It- thnppell ......'ml *.- ?
travaKanrva without pare 11.1 In I Prince Albert TOBACCO Can lOc
him IM country folks ought to tt,. ute'. klolurr f.. build HOflfmnttf <. 1

.".....lIfl..1.... .. mnrhlii that l> for the Aged. .
make It unanimous.Pftty puppet ( < mlKht lee. rlretof Adequate Pension I

.d rlr-liilrrmt la prea.rse the at TallHhn rd.II.C order. Bulk 2 Lbs. __ 23c
i
.
the
PRETTY DRESS TRY ONE PAIR OF n\\I ('\PP'.I.: ('AIn.n,, III'. Finishing Cross State Canal.
KIOIIT A(lllV 'r Tin: ": AMniHKH
IVNSINOWEAK I LARD Carton 4 Lbs. 50c
MATERIAL : 1"H.tCTH'KH TO THH ,
PKOI-I.H IV \ ttl'ATB-WIIH' ; American Jobs for American Citizens.A I .
HOSIERY .
If tldo IHUH.n'I' even beforebe
of all kinds THOIf.lU' of helot a eaadlInte : Carton, 8 Ibs. .95c
foe u....ernor II. h.. al- will 'Re-
Priced and the difference which I
at see Relief Program
.. carried fh. rl.h< to I" people.nilnUtrnllon .. Farm
..
aad ataln.t. .h. paws of the
25c 39c 49c 79c 89c $1.00
machine eoitraarealr :
lieve.
... and effectively AM' A CIVUlllfi'H : -
roil ..OVKHOH. BEEF ROAST CHUCK Lb. 19c
(:It'P7! HIM TIIK ('II ttl'F llan: Continuation of Bank Deposit Insurance. i ,
accepted
The people have
WashFROCKS Nice SelectionBUTTONS' (.happell. .. the man who. Mill ..-
4 .,..re order nt 'I'allnhaaaee. Aliens holding Relief f CHEESE Long Horn Lb. 22c .
3,000,000
who will restore. who leitl will-la aa.e
from another four rear of Jobs. r
All Colors ,..'.. having for
11 to 52: the the hind pant nearly her four ,..... at CHICKEN LEGS MOCK Ea. 5c ',
lOcMen's 'raIInhaaaer.' H'R HKMKI1VHan Keeping the U. S. out of European Wars. ':


$1.00- / ..lain II". :.worria UFFIRN.bappell He ralaed atatea. .0"In Beln hla"Florida.".purpoae the n Geortla'raeker ,remenr Pa.Chapp.ll In'.- Stopping immigration to this Country. I FRYERS (Red Rock) Lb. 25c r

f. .
........ t know the art of
BOYS WORK BathingTRUNKS genre atraddllnc or dodnrlaa l.- Will not "play politics" with Post Office BOILING SMOKED:
.. he ran be I
mm An 4.oeraoe BACON Lb. 12c BACON Lb. 19c '
t depended upon. to ...*. the p." ,
SHIRTS .'. He la the candidate of appointments. t
lie lapropualnK SIDE' nltOOKFlFLD
no man or nnrroup: I

I That are made bet$1, : nf the a .people limit to .taxation. ..!.. _, byTot. II. Forbidding the patenting of 'Labor Saving'inventions. BACON Lb. 15c CHEESE, Lb. 20c

Manhattan BathingTRUNKS ...... to be ..".. the .people I. '
1
| r' Compare the q & reduced. lowerln coat the of State caaolln O.verorralby taa and URIIY'S TALL, CANS i

k t'JaUtyand' you will f euttlanthe...t to SJ for automobile the ao-ealled llcenaec popular i MILK 3 cans 20c''

convinced $1.95 car. *. aa well farm aa exemptlnilEra" .... The above are some of the things Judge

50c '"e h.etI.......VrOlV..a...1."...-"To* t'Kpeoplo Porter stands for. I

only after achoola have 5 Lbs. 20c
d.p.adablyfla.n.rd I
LOVELY been adequately........ and per ... ruction Your vote for Judge Porter on June 2nd will
RAYON .all/ and peunlona for the 12 Lbs. 39c
FLOUR
"BELL" BOYS POLO peed"" ...... If ona-reaa falla. In. Ita be throw I
UNDERTHINGS lil people III'. not naway.
rtfoitBECAI.L BY THE P.o.PL"J 24 Lbs.
smartly SHIRTS tsFI.v'E. OF 'OR- 75c'r
SHIRTS designed, carefully HIP-P TMI-PI HI.'" OFFKIALHIlIM WROfJIran Judge Porter was reared in Florida and is
IVHAT'S
made of fine rich K\ OWS
White, Blue, or hlacamptln
for Boy rayon specially pro Cbappell<< >........lr baa and waxed alaeerely for everything that will aid Florida

cessed-by MUDAln&Yellow .tan three tlmea member. .., Brookfield BUTTER Pound __ .33c
...
....
.. ".f.
79C wear. she le.l lature be J.>. and Floridians.
.
baa ,
49c 50c .wroaa... determination at Tallahaamee... .."'. ......'"? Macaroni or SPAGHETTI, 3 Pkgs. 9c rrt

--- .H bla" flrat.the eipoaed ehaaee to them.List nowpie. the elect who will be in action at all PEANUT BUTTER 21oz. Jar 19c (W'
MEN-S: Reduced Prlcon .......... and advance the ..?.- ., Help a man I -

TROUSERS SUMMERMILLINERY .Florida the tJoTCrnor'a. With deals nan t'h.ppellt for....four... times and always on the job. APPLE BUTTER, 24-oz. Jar -- 14c 1
will be
rot Summer j .year......t Florida r..... abuaea of ....... I GRAPE JUICE Pints 13c 25c
Wear A Big Selection for and ................. A OTPJ ; Quarts '

_$_ .49 $1.98 $1.00 FOR so'1F U FOR\ <'If ri.oitiuA'9"PPF.I.L II ru-A WM. J. PORTERPd. PINK SALMON, Tall Can ._ _? _. ?_ lOc
JUDGE
.. ----- ---- -- TIKK Such a man is
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------- ,AIUM SUGAR: PEAS OR

IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S DAN CHAPPELL PINEAPPLE No. 2 Can _, __ __ __ 15c
FOR Pol. A
GOVERNORHe'll SARDINES IMPORTED 3 Cans 25c"v fa .
) Appreciate your vote and I -
upport.' .


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I,t PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TEI KAPn. STARKE FLORIDA FRlD.\, ..I I.I1;
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,) STATE PLPANT DISEASE JAILED FOR HIS DOGS tion day. The 1935
,1 PROBLEMS DISCUSSEDAT ) MIAMI-Charged with harbor- act gives the director vauc be\-

GAINESVILLE MEE1 j nl ing ten barking: hound dogs, J. M. make some rules o\uhOrJly!
Brian, 70, told City Judge James Weems ald the gUV'tDJng tal,
StFARMERS GAINESVILLEPlant disease LIVE STATE NEWS A. Dunn, "If I must go to jail for would be IssUed under cl0810r

SECTIONConducted workers of the Florida Agricultural my dogs, I will" "Thirty days, Ity. I il18 tuE:

Experiment Station gathered al t said Judge Dunn, who previously
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs
the Main Station in Gainesville re bad ordered Brian to get rid of his -.- --
by Demonstration Agents: baying hounds following
cently for a two-day conference neighbor's The colossal statue
Of ,
} it rL concerning plant disease research)' complaints. Brian's martyrdomfor Ariadne in the Vatican ?LWpll<
In Florida. _' .... -- -_--iiJI# 11111. 1 his dogs did not include a pet to be the world's i. thoU"
Round table discussion of theIr raccoon which he also admitted ue with eyelashes only marble tI'

: I problems and general talks on fac DID HE NEED SHOES OFFICE SEEKERS PAY $150,000 owning. :

tors affecting disease organismsand LAKELAND-C. D. Patrick Is TALLAHASSEE-Expense state- .
RURAL Hints To HousewivesWeekly I research work featured their wondering whether the thief who ments by four candidates for gov- LIQUOR STORES TO CLOSE I "IT'S

SENSE program for the two days. took alligator hides valued at $100 ernor completed reports to Secretary TALLAHASSEE: O.I I PORTER
COMMON George
f
from his barn needs shoes or a of
costs the
of State
Gray on
from Horn! Demonstration :Many of the specialists are stationed Weem-, director of the State Beverage -

+ By SPUDS JOHNSON Specialist, TaJlaluuNM at branch stations and field pocketbook. Democratic nomination campaign. Department has announced FOR CONGRESS"Paid
1" laboratories at various points in They brought the expenses of State he will Issue an order requiring

the state, and have opportunity to BROTHERS HE-UNITED candidates above 9150,000 and liquor stores to remain closed elec Political Adv.
CITRUS GROWERS: NOW SHORT HINTS WAUCHULA-S. H Hiers saw
discuss their problems with other there were estimates equally as
PULLING TOOETHERr : his brother, Charlie, yesterday for
pathologists only at Infrequent In- much was spent by candidates for & ---
r PROGRESS IS RESULT When eggs are scrambled In a tervals. They were called to the first time in thirty-five years. county offices in bidding for favorof -

double boiler the cook Is followingthe Gainesville by Dr. W. B. Tisdale, The latter, now living In Louisiana, 300,000 voters."MISSING" I
i "Citrus growers are pulling together that eggs should be de- was in Gainesville on a business For
principle head of the plant pathology Expert
;, i k ti, for the benefit of the indus cooked over low heat.A partment, in an effort to coordinate trip and Hiers went there to visit YOUTH FOUNDST. I RepairingSmith's

j try the work and make it more him. PETERSBURG Hunter
These words from E. F DeBusk, .
} ? "honeymooner's roast" is just effective. Dunn, 14, son of former City Judge
cltrlculturlst with the State Agricultural FOOTLOOSE RATTLER
d ? Extension Service, are encouraging a small, compact, boneless roast Pathologists were present from CLEARWATER The rattle- Edgar H. Dunn, and Mrs. Dunn, ism
to Florida citizen made from the sirloin part of a Belle Glade Plant City, Bradenton, Dallas, Texas, where he has a GaragePhone
every snake that Chester B. McMullen,
of leg of lamb. It Is good filled witha Leesburg, Cocoa, Hastings, Lake Job with the Centennial, his parents
) who is Interested lu the progress state attorney, caught was a long
bread-crumb stuff- and
well-seasoned Alfred, Quincy. were Informed today when
Ihe Industry, for they mean that way from home. McMullen snared
Ing. .-- they received' postcards from the 120
definite, substantial advancementIs It with a fishing line a quarter of a
Is now occurlng JfNE I IS DEADLINEFOR mile from shore in Clearwater Bay boy who disappeared last Monday.
Lamp cords and sockets waste 1936 f SIGN-UP IN The boy is "having a good time
and collected The Wrecker
The warm response of growersto a $2 bounty. Service Day
electricity and deteriorate rapidly SOIL CONSERVATION : making a living, he said on one or Night
the better fruit campaign of the snake was five .feet long.
} t when used with heat appliances. -- ... card. A widespread search, Including -
Florida Citrus Commission Is certain --
the toaster or radio broadcasts in three
When the cord on
l. evidence of this cooperation GAINESVILLE-Florida farm WOULD CLEAN SLATE
the electric Iron gives out, a new States, had been made for the
this pulling together. Florida ers who expect to participate in HOMESTEAD J. Carter of
suited to that piece of equipment worried parents.JACKSONVILLE.
cord
.' growers have at last come to the the 1936 soil conservation program Homestead published this legal ad- .
efficient.
conclusion that they must produce Is more should fill out work sheets by vertisement in the Homestead En-

a bright quality fruit If they are to 'June 1 says H. G. Clayton, whois terprise: "I expect to depart very GIRL FIRST LOYALTY
compete with growers of other A bath towel with a wide hem In charge of the program for soon for the land whence no trav- TALLAHASSEE Miss Mar-

states. and border of plain weave has just the State Agricultural Extension eler returns. I want all accountsto guerite Groover of Jacksonville is
Nature was kind to the Industry that much less drying area. It Is Service. Work sheets are avail- : be sent to me so I can balance the first granddaughter of a Florida -

4 during the past seven or eight the surface with the soft, fluffy able in"the offices of county agents ; them and arrange for payment. State College alumna to be

months: she gave the trees plenty loops that gives a bath towel Its and commlteemen will assist farm- ... graduated from the college. Miss DEMANDS LOYALTYR.
', of rain and she provided cold power to absorb moisture. ers In completing them. BIG ROASTING EAR Groover received the degree of

1 enough to give the trees a rest peI' I -_ Mr.: Clayton is anxious that ev- WAUCHULA-One ear of corn I Bachelor of Arts today as her

l' riod without damaging them se Whipping cream should have 30 ery farmer have an opportunity to raised by Riley Sellers, whose grandmother, Mrs. Frank C. Groo- A. (Lex) Green has been

I'; 9 verely. And a very heavy bloom per cent of fat or better. It should fill out the work sheets, and says farm is near here, would make a ver, also of Jacksonville, witnessed ) ,/ loyal to his district tt to his
s. I was the result Thus, Nature gave be kept cold right up to the timeIt that all farmers are eligible for meal for a family. Sellers brought the graduation ceremony. Mrs. t I i state and to his nation He
i the Industry an Impetus to forge Is whipped. If It Is warm, the participation In the soil conservation a roasting ear to town for display Groover ,the former Miss Jessie T j has been loyal to his Democratic -
''4 1 forward. But Nature has not done fat globules will run together, justas : program, whether or not they that measures thirty-two Inches in Bernard, received her degree in ,' ;.t party. His district bag

, s It all they do when cream ia churned have participated In agricultural length and weighs three pounds. It 1831. repaid this loyalty in times
'' ; More spray. and dust materialand into butter. Even If the cream Is adjustment programs of the past was the only one of Its size In the past. Two years ago he car-

I{ more Vedalln. are being used cold If It Is put into a warm bowl two years. Deadline for applications crop, he sighed. LONG FREEDOM ENDS rled over every two strong county except one
I opponents.
this year than In many years and with a warm beater, Marion north .
whipped : from County -- ST PETERSBURG-After fifteen .a He bids fair to repeal thii
'Ii Growers! are going after melanose, It will not hold the air necessaryto and west has been set as the first RECOGNIZED PARTIESTALLAHASSEE at liberty, following his ,
six-spotted mite, rust mites, ap- years { year.He
it fluff. In hot weather '
'f' make of
June. '
t { -All recognlz- escape from a chain gang at Aiken, I has been loyal to ills
hlds, and other citrus pests with a
I ''l( In their efforts to put the bowl and whipper into the Reports from the field indicate ed political parties should be represented S. C.. Louis Doe negro, today Ison k state. He was the sponsor of
\ produce
f? I vengeance of fruit. refrigerator to chill and stand the that as farmers become more fa- In the selection of primary his way back there to finish serving the cross state canal, having
,4'j are following a bright crop the spray and They dust bowl In ice water as you whip the miliar with provisions of the new election clerks and Inspector. his sentence of three years on Introduced and passed for necessary
legislation the
:11u h schedules that have been provld- cream. program they are enthusiastic where more than one party Is Interested a charge of housebreaking. He left Hminary surveys and either pre.

v\, ed them by entomologists and about it. In the outcome of the balloting here today in custody of a deputy introduced or sponsored ev
the State Supreme Court sheriff. Doe escaped In 1921 and
: plant pathologists aging. --- ery move leading towards its
i', ; H i "The prospects for a bright With bright quality fruit, with TRAIN SCHEDULEOur said In a decision announced this was at liberty until a few days building. The State of Flor,

:,' .. crop of fruit are Indeed very good sound marketing conditions as a schedule changes Sunday, week. ago when he was arrested in Or- Ida will be loyal to him
Cltrlculturlst DeBusk result of the lando. He was brought here and He has been ]loyal to the
so far says marketing agreementand April 28, and trains will run as follows -
ICE HALTS TRAFFICST. placed in jail yesterday while deputies Democratic party. His long
"Never before has so much interest the Citrus Commission's work, :
I service In the house, added to
been manifested In the production and with growers cooperating, the Southbound PETERSBURG-This town's bunted for another fugitive
his has him
a, ( of bright and better fruit. citrus Industry should do well in No. 1--Due Starke 11:31: P.M. first ice jam was broken this week believed in hiding here. national ability,recognition brought and

'I' p Prices this season were encour- the 1936-37 season. No. 15-Due Starke 5:12: P. ,and traffic which had been "para- power as to commitee appointments
No. 107-Due Starke 9:12: A. lyzed" was resumed. A fish truck and to prestige
NorthboundNo. M'I was responsible for spoiling an untarnished Would Protect People'sRights the Chief Executive as
He Is Deservinwith
BOREE FUNERAL HOME
'fl'.s 2-Due Starke 4:55.: I record of iceleas streets as with party chieftains
I, ,:": ,. Full line of racket. A Undertakers Supplies No. 16-Due Starke 10:38: A. M. I when It spilled 3300 pounds of ice and State Assets I find legislative leaders. This influence Is most important when
the future welfare of the
district Is considered.
I ,: AMBULANCE SERVICE at a prominent intersection. A
No. loa-Due Starke 5:15: P. M. .
r Most Important of all,'however, has been his continued loyalty
wall of ice blocked
DAY AND NIGHT completely the
\ Starke and Wannee Branch
f to his constituency. No letters have ever been allowed to go
"\\l': ,i. 53 PHONE 53: No 101-Leaves Starke 7:00A.: M. thoroughfare.ZOO unanswered no efforts have been spared In behalf of any of the
.
j, (i. II. BENNETT, M.r. No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50: P. M. '. residents In his! district. Ever foremost in his mind has been the
,,y f "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" Daily except Sundays. GETS HORNED TOAD welfare, the advancement and the well being of his district
\\1 1 i T. J. GRIFFIN. SANFORD-Recognition of Sanford's -

,fl .. __ municipal zoo came yesterday HIS LOYALTY IS APPRECIATEDRead
from Texas when the directorsof
.. .
..,. -- the Texas Centennial sent a the following letters of endorsement:
1 ......- .M ...
horned toad to Mayor S. O. Shin- TilE SPE.\KEHS' ROOMS:
holser of this city. Mr. Shlnholser HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, U. S.
'; Whlf ABOUT AI/USEDgRI/? received the toad this week in good Washington D. C.

condition and in turn presented it g s'nr Hon. It. .\. Graven!
to the zoo. A special cage Is being Inline of Representatives,
-"'-'"'''- _,;, ..;,-: L .""' ':" 2. C".lir..iP..L -.. built for the reptile. M Washington. I). ('.
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I My Dear! Lex:II

fIfONEy f- HEAVIEST TWINS mint tl) drop you this note and express my deep apprwiu-
Vi tlon of the splendid service you rendered us Assistant Whip at the
r1J dln8 .
; wr a .
DAYTONA BEACH-Girl twins Lees ......"Ion. The entire Democratic membertihlp\ of the Houw..
whose combined weight was 16 3.4 and also the Administration .Is under lasting obligation/ to Tea
pounds, said by physlcoans to be a for your very active work and co-operation which made it poiwlle -
local record, were born here Satur- SAMUEL W. GETZEN !> to put over the beneficial ]legislation which was! enacted.

day to Mr. and Mrs. John W. Decs. Candidate for With heat wtahPB, I urn,

The twins, named Jean, eight STATE TREASURER Sincerely jour friend,

i pounds, and Joan, eight and three. In )his; platform. Mr. Get'/en (Signed) JO BVK.NS.

quarter pounds and their 34yearold states, "As State Treasurer and a
mother, are "doing fine,' according member of the variou* constituonal October 13, ]983.
a ad 'Otl. R k"5 to Dees. Local physicianssaid State Boards, I shall strictly DEMOCRATIC: NATIONAL COMMITTEE: :
ax last night the heaviest twins enforce laws for protection of tie Hotel lUltmore
} A on record here previously weighed people and the assets of the State NEW PORK CITY:
Y Qt .
} LI aAt IYfrl 'rY,Io" of Florida. April 4, I'HH:
.... ...lie > >mrCATE \ i about fourteen! pounds. Pd, Pol. Adv, Janis .\. Furley! ,

,. 1 INO ; -or .... .. ... ('hairnuiuHononiMe
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_". acUiKmltMlge receipt of the data the Florid.i (III)
... -a ...'.... J' 't;: ," .... FREOOUI1AZEN on
I111 IN0 Y io.., -., .. .. :.::..;;::or .= '-1' --w.-,:::,"'-wIf" this. mutter I ant following the procedure us outlined .at It"' '
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AWMIRIION 7O ..: '.-.. ...;;;.--,..y- -.....;-;o.s:0...: .; :::." ..;. fVn'iK'f u ff-w II.| .JH. ago with you and 3Ir. II. H. BurUman.
....:t< -- .. -... 1'on arc ably ]handling' : the Florida Canal matter in the ''I I, <",

-; ..'-.=..-=:..-::: =....... ..":t'--.t.'"::'- ...>OtI.'t.t .._ z: [.o ol. Kcpresentutlies. You are doing: It In a splendid fnshitro "" .
:::::'::":: ::.:::::::=:::.:.':=- -::::' _,.:.:..- ntt!,lttq! In exactly! the same manner as! you ha'e the l lifUlo I/,,,'" "
;;: "-a"'''::::=a''a.:.:: .::'' -:' ...-::::: .. _"- -":._. _" .. YOUR NEXT : Party In the (genera leglslutKe program. Since PnRw"P '
M..uar a---o--. ; .-':=.:...i..:::'.:::.::- Dili's inugiiratloti( / more legislation of lusting! benefit t "'"I
tto....._ -....._ '''-o..:= .::; \tuprlr: people lii,,, Iwen enacted than during any other'a "I.
lie Wsti>rof our country.

fd r STATE REPIESENTATWEYou 111: -'bring: ; OU of my appreciation for :jour support, I .1.',,,

I. Sincerely yours,
(Signed) -II1.!.

GeS an J&G UJsetl Cas1; aS Yeni- Ford Beales'sS will elect a man that will have the interest .!'.\ 'MC

r i of the Farmer and Laboring ClaS3 of The Unite (louse,
I tVarhingtnn.(; May 8, w.n!> '
1 YOU know what you're getting for your funded ln; full. And you get a further people's interest: at heart. Being a farmer I \ M.i Deur (ongre<4 mun: .

) :i'', vUien you select an R&G uscd pledge of satisfactory service, or free ad I Tin.nKs fur your letter of April 36th. I wn gl.ul t to >
I and slock raiser himself he will do everything ft,,i"\ rvprcftHlon: of jour views.It .
car or truck at your Ford dealer's.R&G justmcnt, for 10 days after you buy I ""
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U Iiva good to have. one's their ;
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=t0CRCtI-- DIRECTORY Blake's way of a chance ;opera!" r ody, her face was transformed In- you' together" He smiled at his re

\ "Why wouldn't I'" Blackle was to the spiritual mood of the music. It was! a new Idea, and Mary mwmbrance of Blackle a* a boy and!
B.\Y Tl 8T enURCDJLev. FMHclsc' ; very smug.. enjoying their discomfiture Father Mullin studied her face Im- thought It over a moment "No. IjuelOs
flBsr Pastor youth. "We were born and
C. B, Price pressed alike by her trained voice I'm Just a little bit dazed.!
m., Con ,', We used .M .
Sch!. 10 clock a. "Even If she's capable of stepping mil by the transflgurement of her You see I've been In San Francisco brought up on the
Veda)
'I'boDla& supt ,, 'J Into the Tivolt as a star"" :eatuies as she sang. After he for six weeks! and nothing has to sell newspapers In the Joints 4

J oral lng Wnrshtp 11 a. m. U&BEVIS TCHELL'' "She's doing: all right here. had mingled with the audience, 'inppened! at nil. Then In the along Pacific Street. He was the

1'PU :> P'm.enlng & Burley gave him a long, con- speaking kindly and! encouraging- (( past twenty-four hours the whole leader of all the kids In the neigh- ,
Worahlp 7:30: p. m. temptuous glance shrugged. "Too i\ tn the down-and-outers, old men, world went topsy-turvy. I feel like "
1)feetlag Wednel1'1 i..--- ;..r -- ...... h,,, ....... borhood. And I was his pal! The
Teachers T+ff II Il"' 4 1 ou<; p'r Qo' bad! he said to Mary. old women a sprinkling of tough running horn

S 111.'d.week "Mr. Norton is I youths and painted! girls, he detained "If are afraid you'd better priest still In his ecclesiasticalrobes
Wed- SNYOPSIS-Mary Blake young came at once to the point for his right, she said, you
Prayer service singer out of work Just escaped call. barely keeping back tears of disappointment Mary when she went to him run home There was friendly en- gave an affectionate chuc

JAY 8 p 111. from a burning hotel Is promlHed "I think you know what I came "The! Paradise is just to say good night "It was nice couragement In his twinkling eyes. kle. "Our families used to try to

a job as singer by Bluckl Norton, down here for, Norton. I heard as Important to him as the Tlvoll of you. Miss Blake, to leave" your "How about It?" make ua go to Sunday Hchool. We

MethodCIiupcli( Pastor proprietor of the Paradise llu8lcIllAU this afternoon that you're going Is to you. What would happen If work to come to our rescue. I going to stay," she said generally ducked. But the time

tV, B. M Montgomery. In the Barbary Coast section to run for the City Council. I I you allowed< your artists to walk "It made me feel good- determined smile. came when I wanted to go, And 4

undaY gchooi l-10 a. morning of San Fnuu llM'o. Bluckle and wouldn't do that If I were you." out any time they wished?" Black here. Father Mullln. right! he approved. Blackle thought I was crazy When h

\.orahlp-ll a. m.wort" Home friends who want to run him, "No? Why Not?" Blackle le gave her a sharp look, and smiled "You're not the girl who's probably In the wickedest I made up my mind" I was going to
Inqured -
League-7:30: p m. for Alderman arrive us she l III rehearsing smugly. Bald in I. having had er was a preacher?" he asked, most Godless! city In study for the priesthood, I wantedto

"'eJllllg Worship. 8 p. m. "San Francisco" slowly,,, nonchalantly. experience with artistic temperament "Why, How did you know \. Sometimes It frightens get him to understandto feel
yes.
ou are, inV.ted! to; all these ervprcubytertun aa It was written. He tells her to "I don't believe youc like It. admired her attitude. "Blackle Norton told me, I I wonder what the end Is a little as I felt. But he said:

50 I "l (>at It up"-he'i not running s Burley's tone held" a warning."I'd "You are very loyal, Miss Into the vestry with me-I'd to be, But nothing can harm 'Good luck, sucker: and that was

Church funeral parlor. She sat she can'4 love it!! repned Blackle Blake" 110 talk to you." To her fear you don't allow It to. Be- all." He sighed, poured the coffee

L Minister I sing It that way. "That's the way and looked sharply towards the "I'm very grateful to Mr. Norton being late at the Paradise, he : nothing In the world no one and pawned her 1cup.. "We've '

GeorgeSabbath SchooL )'011 sing It-or you don't ting stage where the Professor, unac ; :" "That's all right. III' fix It world Is all bad. Do you never been able to have that talk. t'I

0.00 a. Morning Worship; for me," gays Bluckle. companied by the orchestra, was Burley picked up u glass of the Blackle." The office Into who gave the chapel the new came back from Santa Clara College t+

11.00, A. M playing the Introduction to a num- champagne the waiter had poured. he conducted her was neat and we've been dedicating to- and, found IJlackle deeper than ;

011 by the pastor.Peoples Ves- A SONG FOIl SIGNOR BAU>IM ber he did not recognize and which "Here's1 to opportunity, Miss Blake.I tractive On 4 small Iron even In the life of the Coast. And 4!

loo p m Young certainly did not sound "hot" And hope It hasn't knocked for the a teakettle was boiling. He .' he's gone right on. But he has a ?

r Service CHAPTER THREE the new singer stood by the piano last time." her a chair and began to most Godless and scoffing sort of code--he's always had It

|Spm, -Evening Worship. Instead of Mat. Mary began to "Thanks." Mary choked back her some coffee, talking to her unbelieving soul in all San from the time he was a kid He i

"EopTtot Church sing.Burley's disappointment as the men drank his preparation of the beverage. Blackle Norton:' He never lied; he never cheated and
"Professor" Mary'shand
Rosewood The patted
slow warning voice I the toast. "I'm afraid I'll have to I he never took an underhand advantage -
H.,..', L 0. Hemingway/ PastorServices as Blackte started to rejoin went "Well Norton have .. .._._.______. "
Sunday. Bible on: you go. We don't have much time between of anyone.
every 3:30 the delegation at the bar, resumedhis taken Into consideration just numbers Goodbye, Signor t c cI listened In silence and !
at
Services : I Mary .
to:15: a. m. seat on the stool and began to what-" 11 '
Baldlnl. You've made this the astonishment to theRe revelations !
llock m afternoon.IBETHEL -. play "San Francisco" In the rhythm "Just a minute Burley Hey, I happiest night qf my life" I,I L some about the character of the
had It.
BAPTIST CHURCH in which Norton played number waiter tell Babe to go back stage "Thank you, my dear" The impresario man who had befriended l her. t I

I Rev. L. ,\. Donnley, PastorI&rvlces Mary: started giving the and see what's the matter." His II kissed hre hand. Father Mullin picked up a small y
Paradise
the "heat" that patronsexpected.
every first Sunday. did attention returned to his guests "Goodbye. Mr. Burlf"Y." framed photograph from the desk
Blackle apparently
School 2:30: p. m. "Something seems to have gone { "Good night," he said. "I have by the wall. "Here we are- the !
Sunday back to _
Jsible Study and Prayer Services not even listen; he barged wrong-" I' not given up yet. about the Tlvoll __ '.e two of tia when we were kids. She
his calling casually to Mat: I' :
pals
Saturday night Neither man was listening to !." s. took the picture, looked at the 4,
ay "Go tell Babe to dig up a contract. him; they were watching the singer I "You dont know Mr. Norton,' .,..aIa _: cherubic faces of two small boys

First Chrittlan! Church Guess I better sign that" girl up before with unusual Interest. Baldini's | she said, struggling\ for a smile. then looked up quickly at Father Y

, W. T. McGuire pastor I change my mind. face became wreathed with smiles. "You don't know me!" lie raised __ Mullin's chuckling Inugh. "Don'tlet b.P.

Jsibls Bt-v School, 10 a. m. "Change your mind?" Jeered "Say, Burley," he cried "That I her hand gallantly flooding her him know I told you about the

Communion, 11 a, m. Mat In disgust. You've lost it!" girl's got a voice! She's had train- with his charm of manner, and ;: organ, Bluckle's that way -ashamed -

B Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m. Blackle joined in the laughter of ing." I kissed It.Mary Are"I'm: of him good deeds aa other people

I meeting Wednesday 7:30: ( his Coast friends who wanted to Burley replied "Yes," but never turned to leave but was ,, {' are of their min... But no one

Prayer run him for alderman. took his eyes off Mary. Blackle's called back by Blackie "Now that _____ will ever convince ma that there's '

preaching to Second and Fourth Mary, afraid of losing the job glance rested upon Burley's face, you've made your Impresario, Miss q not a whole lot more of gooii than

Bjilays. U a m and 8 p. m. she needed so badly, not only did and when Mat came up and burst Blake, don't do It again I don't r_ there Is bad In Blackle Norton."

: her best to give "hot rhythm" to out his Indignation, his employer like those things." He put brutal With the new Ideas of Blackle i

SL Murks: Episcopal! Church her singing that evening, but waved him aside, and at length or- sarcasm Into his voice. lie look- "If you're afraid of that Father Mullin had given her

I Service on second, fourth and dressed for the part, in a gaudy dered him to beat It. The song ed at his watch and she again S.m Francisco, you'd simmering In her mind Mary went '

IrJi Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. stage costume that revealed the came to an end with a sustained started to leave "No, watt A Z-: better run home" with the "Professor" to attend a

Litany and choir practice at seductiveness of her figure with a high note which Mary took bril- friend of mine runs a joint aroundon political rally by Blucklo's supporters u +;

1 30 o'clock on Friday nights pro- candor that embarrassed her and liantly. Burley and Baldlni joined Kearny Street. I want you to In Schutzen Park. Blackle..

Hating Sunday services. intrigued Blackle as he sat In a vigorously In the scattered ap- hurry over there and tear off a "How are making out to the cupboard to get cups, had barely started his speech,

stage box, his eyes scarcely stray plause, the Italian crying bravos. little number for him" the Paradise?"you started at him, astonished promising to keep up his fight un.. ;

Graham Christian Church ing from her for a moment, a "Who Is this girl? How lone'sshe "Yes" she agreed listlessly. Information. "Blackle heard ill he got some descent fire laws ,

C C. Johns Pastor slight smile on his lips. The room been down here? asked Bur- I "Where Is It?" She replied evasively, not that I was saving for an for the Coast, when a heckler yell j,

I Rev fourth Sun- was filled with smoke, and many ley. As Blackle was answering, I "Saint Anne's Mission -- just ing to reveal her distaste for The very next morning ed: "What construction company Fl rr
and
Service second for Father job: "Why I've only just
Ask
around the corner. men arrived here to plan the Is payln' you for tryln' to rebuildthe
'\111am and 8p. m. 3 Mullln. Get going; you've got a "How do you like Blackle? It cost him four thou- Const ? Go on, tell us!" I j forrra
Bible; School every Sunday p.m. could oral
number to do here at ten-thirty. She answer r
I night SPrayer It cost him four thou- Blackle jumped down from the
Sunday
Service every "I'm afraid of him
1 i dollars!! If he'd save his platform and made for the speaker.
m I'KIKST She looked at him sharply
TIlE SINGER ANTI TilE i
for two weeks, he'd be a "Here's an answer you can take
I meeting Wednesday he said: "And he's someone to
4 man., He turned, facing her to your boss -- Jack Burleyl"Blackle
ht afraid of! He's as
; u CIIAPTEU FOUR
look at him. "lIe's a tre- landed a brutal sock on ti
with women as he is ruthless force, Blackle is. If he'd the man's chin that sent him reel-

ZFJ Of the three men who watched men." be a force for good instead of Ing to the ground amid a burst of
Blake as she left the box to "I don't understand him
Mary
JONES I I've tried to do something laughter from the Coast contin-
to St Anne's Mission Signor Mullin. Why did he send
BOB go him for years, bet I've never
Bpldlni was the only disinterestedone here?" luck. Maybe I'm not the gent.Mary the
any Blake stood with y
1 Comments On Here and the only one who under understand The priest him smiled.a !whole"You lot' one." The look he still bent i others. A thrill went over up her, hereyes 7 ( '
stood her quickly disappointedhope
her was questioning, appeal shone as she took In the a ,
And Hereafter J and her loyalty to the man than he understands you. You r
of ..Y.;
straight, slim, cocky figure
who had ,given her a job, Blackle I don't believe Blackle ever
and Burley were interested In your kind of woman before. known him a long time Bluckle Norton No man had ever )

The writer has just returnedon Mary as she affected themselves. you needn't be afraid of him you?" given her that thrill before

a lecture tour of North and As they sat down again, Blackle you're afraid of yourself Blackle and I were kldsi! (To be continued! ) -

mm Carolina. He is more con- r made no attempt to hide the sarcasm -

aced than ever that the mass of { In his voice
don't want me to run er
S + "So, you
pIe in this nation are chafing
"
for alderman, Burley?
tder the heavy burden of ecclesl- "Baldmi's out there- "You know as well as I, Norton, A

iitical machinery Most of the Baldmi of the Tlvoli ,' that It Isn't practical to rebuild the

-torches are empty and yet the Opera House! Coait People come here slumming .

Ie flock to hear a simple,, ,.e. ,. because it is picturesque.
""'z r.M( In" 1.- : In
They don't want to feel they are _
Ightforward r gospel message
customers turned to'' Burley called to a passing waiter,, a spotless town."
"e people are really hungry for of the the rowdy Her singing seemed gave him a card. "Will you ask That isn't your reason," inter J e e / 1 i
face stage
There was a time when alls to please them, and Mary Miss Blake It she'll meet a respectful posed Blackle. "Oh one of 'em ', t tOITLII
had to do was to ring a Meth- anxious tc admirer?" yeah-but the main one Is that yodon't
glanced up at Blackle Ifo, t N .<
ht Baptist. Presbyterian or allowed the waiter to run want to spend your dough to *
Blackle
me other denominational church learn If her rendition met his ap the errand, smiled stonily at Burley make your property down her "Good",.gloriu... ".F_J ear." I year %08 OflmYt 'leathers Agricultural. I fl l'Os ONLY '

and the people would flock to proval. he said: "I haven t had her safe." Country Horn..1 rear Country Horn**I y arTh '
\ Two middle-aged, handsome met as .. I e Farm Ioura.l.1 year a80
JouiBol.
Jk F. y.ee
house
wouk
of God. That day has the boxes yet.' "If I did what you want It !
'swclls"trom working
dress evidently AND THIS HBWSPAPEI
In evening AND THIS WEWSTAf i
d. The trouble is we have the social crowd, were com- "I'm glad of that. Burley turn be a calamity for the Coast, Th For On Yar for OM Tat

gored in church machinery, down the aisle, escorted by ed to his companion: "One never Burley estate has to get a certain, trr..r t ;

hunch organization church pro.rams ing head-waiter. Mar) knows where one's going to find Interest on Its Investment I'd have j

and church buildings. We Babe them and the come to a standstill, talent." to raise rents. You boys couldn't J Country Home|j[ MeCALsv |;
saw
would have majored In the gospel. her. When "No. It's often hidden In the I live. You'd be forced to charge *- IIBBI /r .
bout all the Lord told His church : their eyes fixed upon for beer." ? IP
her was finished, they joined most unlikely placeC'Mary ten cents a glass 'rr lgSlorl ict;
ow8s to take the gospel to theJM song came into the box diffident "I don't quite get him, Balding," THIS NEWSPAPER ,,;5-" rEt e
In the applause.
and baptize believers. The sweetheart!" but excited. Burley thankedher said Blackle, half seriously, halt l
I "You're all right,
>)!ll answers human need. :Menw "He tosses a fortune ; /
of
> called a man from the floor A for the privilege hearingher mockingly. for 1 year and I ; ;
that they are sinners' and sailor's voice arose above the other sing and of meeting her, and every year Into the Tlvoll Opera
My want a way out. There has Baldlni. The latter House." '

ver been a time In the history of : calls after of approval the show:?"What're" you presented kissed Signor her hand, under Black Baldlnl shrugged smilingly, but 3 Big Magazines THIS NEWSPAPER A

nation when there was such an doing Ie's cold and criticizing glance. Burley responded. "That's not
reached the wings I
rSUnlty pet> as ministers of the after When taking Mary a bow, the "Profes Burley, never taking his eyes from business. That's for 'Frisco."" for one full yean 9',

"" have today. The people for her. "Miss her. asked her to sit down at their "The Coast Is 'Frisco, too! t'

nt t a the program.gospel. They They want do not a ', sor"Blake was I want waiting you to do somethingfor table and order Cordon Rouge, '94 !It!"That's" why I wouklnt change I And 4 Big Magazines '

out champagne.
I want you to go
sage me. "
voice like yours In "Well. Burley, Blackte spoke
a
: there and sing 'II Bacclo' for me- "Hearing theater Miss Blake, has coolly, dispassionately, "these lit I I Magazine from Group A; 3 Magazines from Group B; 4 la all
it for me this a variety '
I the sang
There has never before been afternoon.way you" Amazed at the Idea been a real experience," said Sig- tle mugs down here are my people
h and I'm going to see that they get
worldwide Bald mi.
unrest. Nations opened her lips to refuse nor I
ve had their problems and rev- 'but Mary the pianist hurried on: "Baldtnl's "Thank you, but you might have a square deal I'm not pulling out Select l Any 3 MagazinesFrom i

lotions but TII heard me In better surroundings, of this tight"Burley .... .., t
never before the Baldlni of the .
was 0Ma. '
there- ''
out This List nr..
!Volutlon I office at the shrugged. "All right, ....eat .....sraal.
so worldwide. Signor, I sat In your a '
No 1
tell what will happen tomor-man I I voll Opera House! breath. "Bal Tlvoli once-for six days." Norton. I didn't want a fight. You "T.... leery 1 :.. a.Il_Hoso. .GYdM1 ,, .."... a owrry" "p''''''" yu/eN, .
her l
Mary caught "I'll see that ask for It." I.I... H. .. L aa.d.. v C.IIUOII MYW" .d a. Poull- ,
Anything Is liable to happen. what will Mr. Norton Burley laughed. Clutad.a .rcal" _' .. Qb. /
But I.
dlnl! .
H : h
1..11''I ryuJaurey '
great revival In America the board of directors hear of that, "Go ahead. They parted politely n_.. Qr.... area lIha", III lf 0 0 .Jt r
eve might say? and Blackl answered! Houubvld N.."..... _I ,... A (for .thIn) / .. r
the So Miss Blake, you enough, I 1,11., '" IJ ...
World. The of Baldlni!! "
trouble with out 0 ,
' get Nodo.1) nh iMara.
Professor, 'Junior Homo Cle. ll.a.trYaN'M:
'
.
"Say 111.
1a I I"That's that Babe had been .
? the call yw cell'/MaNua. 1A I'
nation
ls that we have not the Impatientvoice want to sing in opera phone HeCall* Mavasiao _I O. B .
\kept there! Interrupted of .... :&,.. H.... e .
our I to San Fran hovering anxiously in the rear Claul 1 ,w ,..d 1" i
came erect .
spiritual for why 0 aed t ... .
development waiting i i
I d .
of Mat. "They're NoodlonaflOpon r- 00' HoIIo/l
about. It /
was
apace him B
With our commercial and show's been dying on Its cisco." Baldlnl suggested, her the box: to teU Road (Boy| -2 ,.. a ....!It. .,c..I:)' 1" w4rGd Y4aM'yly, 11wr t rp5
The ,
;'renal development. me. voice showed the result of training Father Mulllu, calling up to thank ..at.' Magaiino -. 0 .atllln' .. 1" a 1I. "r'. H... 1"
'tilki,! Everybody feet. to sing PathuBdor (.ookly) _I y- nk a rare .
1 excited. him for sending Mary over 0 a"dlruel, 1,.
more ,
5 good t times and business. not the and Mary became Pictorial JUrtowProaroaiivo I tsar k.rMl l dlYlr' i ,
paid .
: I ; .
th accompanist IL.
The the best the Mission, and Inviting him Farmor -2 0 Q ICI 1"
at
; strange that In to She hurried on"From: y.ws .... S n irNj .
all continued
!nee of our dls- slightest heed to him recital and Romantic Storloa 1 a. .lom_ '_rr. 1,. a
we have i refused to listen to to Mary: "I know teacher In Denver! I led the Bach to go over for the organ s.,.... Boob 1 rw a Trw=I/r.Itdr.rY. 11" 00 So.'''""'AIII"'t.' .t. lrq. yid'rW U. r
speak urgently IIlng."She'U .l ,... ,... : ..... .
Jmaa Christ who Choral Society and won first prizein to hear Mary e.utb.rs A..lealt..1 a .... ...,. 1,. I e i
the said, "Seek ye I you've got a great voice. MlsiBlake. festival. And I ve be coming back here to T.qa..W rid _I ,- '" ,YJourad. :&". w....... worldkr, 1" y 7TA11
kingdom of God and His told time would the Schubert a 7- Q 1M,.. : 3 Ta n / 1 n
teoll8nesll and all these things I I you your! You've got learned Marguerite and Mimi and sing the things\ I like he assured (( -Cerl .... .1 l6. 'felteweer. I....... a ._wINYaY ultttrllt. z T, L.elerMaaNlp.,..."'. ,:J_. ,M. Jarrrwo
but be added I come, and It's here Violetta and Puccini's Butterfly" his clerical friend, and hung up. ,, T.... arury t, you with. Only .... .wk.. O..UMID. AN lfy j" :
unto
you. It Is dl.wr/ -
merge to take It. Mission, the religious service r
At the
that no nation seems In- I what's going on here?" de- "There's no law against an opera The N...... M.ebads C 1se1 Tw {
concluded. I
ej w try I "Say, and slender and had been Asmr/e.s/ airl r- '
the
philosophy of JoAmerica The applause singer being young y 1
I1Is manded Mat, outraged. crowded with derelicts D.IIaL" "... '
and solve it, problems. I lessening In volume, beautiful" said Burley, his eyes hurch was laden 3 ,... t
I was when the Professor running over Mary's figure while From the Barbary Coast Mary /kr.lwl C..llur. r-
but burst out anew the Blackie's smile came, near being a Blake her stage costume covered GENTLEMEN I Enclose 9D PIooio Bond MD .

e:4: to will\ listen to faddists and Mary returned the to box sneer. "What do you think of giving iy a long cap, stood by the organ, Otis No. I O Otl r No 2 Offer No. :3 a Ollar!! No. 4 "'" '
x fanatics who have all sorts stage. Blackle had left Bal- awaiting the return of Father Mul-' .
told theorlell informed Miss Blake an audition, I mm chocking U>. mngula desired with a yeses subscription Ii; Its
fo> but wm not listen when the head-waiter lIn and his signal to start. He la Tour pap. t'

k, e,p one .who "spake as never) him that Mr. Burley was and In was the dial"I?think by all means, yes." ame back from telephoning and .
Balding
Jesus never said "I i hall with Signor moment, gentlemen," nodded to the organists to go Nam. ,
"Just a
or to the .
Thl\ went
1 U my !asking for him. He Blackle. "There's a little mat head with the musical program
JOulPOse. lie said, "l say unto table where they had been seated said contract between which hll was In the habit of offer- '
Jack Burley ter of a two-year Strtol er B.F.D i
' Ir a solution' for Its suave man of the 'Til have her send after the service.
10 "Ise to ta- Wbat I AlI1erlca should about forty years with the author. their word dismay.when It runs out. The song was "In a Monastery u. ItAt. .

*: >wi havea day of prayer and Ity of one who knows his positionis you"But surely." urged Burley "you harden/ ," and as Mary's clear . . . .

W Orr4t edge the supremacy J unassailable and who Is accustomed woutdnt let that stand In Miss tweet, soprano voice rang the mel .. wf __
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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished I TUB STOCKHOLDERS LOSE

(From The Miami Herald May 22,,
1877MEMBER 1036)) '
Veteran !
As the primary campaign draWl Mister '
fc == r- to a close, It becomes evident that

H +.FLORIDA.PRESS ASSOCIATION the only substantial indictment p"
vy
against the incumbent state comp INVEST YOUR BONUS IN ONE OF THESE FARMS .
1935. troller, J. M. Lees/ the fact that
''I',I' --:ott'QAd 3eoudz he attempted to llqqldate the affairs We have several improved Bradford County Farms ranging in size from twenty to s o t

i, ; : ._ .. .- -. -- -' I of the Dade County Security three hundred acres. Priced from $500 to $3,000. Terms of 20% cash, balance as
:'/ Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class j Company In an orderly and subi lonff'as 20 years,, @ 5% interest. Let us show you these properties. You do not

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida i gtantlal manner. Only a small have to wait, we can trade today. Prices will never be lower.

.. _. .. group of stockholders and their
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opposed the sale of the F
lawyers
I E. L. Matthews u _ ___ __ _n __ ..Editor and Owner property. Cairon WILSON REALTY CO., STARKE ...

-- U -.-r -- ----i --- In furtherance of this desire to or Forrest E. Davies, St. Augustine. I V ,J
I SUBSCKIPTION KATE I liquidate the Dade County Security \
Company and to remove it as a FEDERAL LAND BANK 'II
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance dead obstacle to the progress of

n Advertising: Rates on ApplicationBy Miami real estate, Comptroller OF COLUMBIA '
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} : RED KERCE the company Realty, Incorporated to Miami Mortgageand a du- I r.;. '--- __....r.I...!;..,.- ..,..__=..'--.-J-J -IT_\.1-. ..

I Pont-Ball subsidiary, for $1,000,000
i to cash the highest and best bid so tain this dead carcass to foul the air i Mrs. C. Niles Ray and small Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Landrum hadas cepted: a tcmporar
Men who work from
sun sun
I "" far received. All stockholders were of Miami's finest business district. I son, Niles, Jr., of New York City, their guests for several days position with the Rural stenogra
For other guys, make lots of "mon. given full participating rights in The stockholders lose, the public I arrived here Wednesday and are this week ).IrIS. Landrum's parents, meat Department there aee
o the new company. loses, and now they are trying to guests of Mrs. J. W. White, Mr. : Mr. and Mrs J F. Rogers, of

: I You can't buy happiness at any greater expense, than This action was blocked when make the' state comptroller lose, and Mrs. L. C. Ray. Mr. C. N. Shreveport, La., her brother and Mr. and Mrs, W A Scott
the Circuit judge who confirmedthe all because those who hoped to salvage Ray will arrive here Monday to I glster-ln-law. Mr. and rMa. J. W. Mrs. Eugene Moore all
selling: your future at a discount. sale reversed his opinion even the remnants of the Dade spend his vacation In Florida.. Rogers and little daughter, Carol do, were guests during of the Or

o after another Circuit judge had County Security Company for little -- of Jacksonville alao Mr. Lan- week-end of Mr. Scott.' Mn

1 And, you won't get your feet In a grave half as quickly dismissed a suit to enjoin the sale, -or nothing were Incensed by a Mrs. A. H. Fnpp, of Columbia\ drum'a father, J. A. Landrum, of Mr. and Mrs. W A Scott
because) the plaintiffs had shown legitimate sale, ,., Inverness
weeks here
i if you'll keep your foot off an accelerator. S. C., who spent two
him neither constructive
actual nor the home of her son-in- Miss
visiting at Beatrice Cady ,t !
1st>
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--- ---- Fraud. The excuse given for void Mrs.! Vonda Inman and daughter law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. L. Mrs. Carolyn Hutto Is In Gaines yule, was the guest .>{ her
Chinese, typewriters have 2,000 characters on them. We ing the sale was that the properties Miss Vonda, also Miss Amy G. Powell returned Monday to her ville this week, where she has ac Mrs. Flora B Cady Sunday mo,

find forty-seven quite adequate for making mistakes. should have brought more Moore, spent Monday In Umatllla home in South Carolina and was
money. where they attended a school of accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Pow t
o That was etgnt months ago. To Instruction for the Woodman Cir( ell, who returned to Starke Wed-
Free speech is the kind that wouldn't cost anything, i if date not a. single purchaser has cle. .1 nesday evening.

to have kept mouth shut. come forward with anything approaching --
5 + you'd have had sense enough your
I $1,000.000 so we must Miss Mary Canova la spending
; 0y conclude that the allegations of this week at' Jacksonville Beach
y fellow with an inferiority complex is- the one who con those who opposed the sale were where the Sigma Kappa Sororityof REAL

himself lucky if he manages to elude the dog catcher groundless. Certainly there has F. S. W. C., of which she is a
been plenty of money in Miami for member, are holding their annual ESTATEIF
-o any other worthy enterprise, and house-party,'
and destiny wouldn't have such a hard time shap If the Dade County Security'Com.f YOU WANT TO

j ends, if we weren't continuously sitting on one o I pany properties were worth so Mrs. A. H. Johns is spending this) BUY, SELL OR RENT WHY CHANGE?
much more than $1,000,000 it Is SEE US-
I week In St. Petersburg with relatives.
' A ,, high time that those who blockedthe She will be accompaniedhome Under the administration of State Comptroller J. >
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; -o sale their
-- produde buyers. WILSONREALTY
by her son L. M. Galnea,
,; ; a hick town if the people rave worse when a new The Miami Herald believed then, who has'betUl ins hospital there Lee Florida has gone places and done things in a fina

born in the neighborhood.than when a family moves in 000 and offer believes was now a ,fair that one.the $1,000-, It believed for the part two months wherehe CORP. cia' way.
underwent an operation on his
; radio. then as now that the sale leg" Florida has gone to the corporate interests and co
of the Dade County Security Com
I'A: o pany was for the best interests'ofMiami. ......ear. centratlons of wealth and by enforcing rigidly (yet fail
much rather be original than humorous, a well-
Regardless of who liquidates ly and impartially) utilities taxes motor transportatio
author Who certainly has no reason for being
says. it, the stockholders under the
{ taxes intangible taxes, documentary stamp taxes
present arrangement will get the GET YOUR8E17' SOME NEW a
o little end of the stick, where otherwise other revenue laws we have collected millions of dollai

they would have had full value rightly and properly due the state-and on the same bi
human who believe you're going .
You beings
up In a live concern. '

wrong from.direction. The only headlight a firefly has, it charge If this the blocked opponents sale Is of the Comp only GOO :.:RS AND means.sis as paid by the masses and taxpayers of moderal

away troller Lee can: frame against him, %
11 M o The Herald believes he should be With the replenishing of the treasury

is entirely up to you to make out of your child what re-elected. The passage of time

t' i } be in the future; you wouldn't expect a young jackass has proved beyond doubt that Pt'TJCESIor
those who prevented that sale and
like a reindeer. who have used It as a political YOUR .. .

o blackjack to further selfish ends,, .. :

r The Hoover boys, Herbert and Edgar, are hounds for are actually Injuring the realty !t
market of Miami by helping main-
:
lit ; t ', publicity. Herbert has begun wise cracking and Edgar's gonein COMPTROLLER ,

: as a comic trip character.
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o I has paid the state debts.
1 e Want
x 4 "The auk and penquin that live at opposite ends of the They PatyFOR has provided free school books.

}{ earth, are birds similar in appearance, yet absolutely unrelated. GOVERNOR rsw1 wr has paid teachers their deserved salaries.

,. ."-Reports a scientist. If we were an auk, we'd find has provided $1,500,000 to eliminate death traps
unlimited consolation In the fact that weren't relative ol ,- t
we a I '
< > colle
state ;
r 'f'T; :lC ": > n state institutions and needed buildings at
the penquins. ..t ..r .
M .. and university as well as the new tubercular hospital

--" .s. M. has created substantial balance in the pension fund.

\, t; le IRq. Take a.trip this week-end. Nature is putting on a great has paved the way to pay old age pensions soon' as aij

.how__-costumed in fresh' green and new blossoms. p'ropriations are provided.has .

And'inat fragrant clean-air! Come on, let'a go-free returned more than a quarter million dollars o

of tire,.worries on new Goody ears 1
improperly collected taxes to our merchants.has .
See how much more we give
mi
insured a substantial reduction in state tax
'you for your money in
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GOODYEAR BLUE RIBBON VALUESWe lage.has
enabled schools to run full term-when no onj

i s a Goodyear dealers sell the most tires-ty million! dreamed such a feat possible prior to successful culmination

...1i.rIf.: So expect: more for your money in a Goodyear-you'll of tax: paying drive he inaugurated.
rL get it from us with another plus: our ral.crvicel!
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t' r ,, T. rln9 at a Goodyear Margin of Safety \WHO

r 11 \ra"\ \ \e, when 5. .,ou to quickest stopping-plus

t. "enloYltl'e Tee 43% mart miles of real nonskid -
MaY beat p.d.et bigci \ II2nd HI "'''.:M'' :MKM' want hOn bycauN could improve on'this?
; ; e.g. in"tigoratinntrY.id... nourul.I.AHOIt,. hili! economic, pollcle are grip-proved by our cuttamers' -
Sijy .
........orn arldr want. him becauee. he records
1 May now. I a ntrll' in Iront has endor...d the Workmen'
1 b..t NOBOD
.a
r omp..n..tlon Act and advo*
01 rate Improvement of labor condition .
v e ..
1'' + : :: 1 ;: '.*1A! *<,HK.HS want him be-
t : cause he will make adequateprovlnlon ALL-WEATHER
for their oompen>atl.,n
1' 1 from proven half sources. und advocate Ab : pay during vacationmonths.
WBNlaY lie dmontrate how
,', Il IlG avlng purpoNe.THK. .can be effected for this program have his opponents offered."

?% '' advocate AUKI>a.want constructive him becausehe proaram GOODYEAR substantial> complaint have .they filed against nj
for old ae penelon. work?
IIOtlH OWMKH! want him
K'tff became he Intend to make the SPEEDWAY i

't fir: \ "" / tia oRtc ,16.20RSSSRi Homestead and beneflnlal.MOTIIKit Exemption. law effective World..ree.... NON
,so NE 1220 A N l> FATHKRI low pries lire.
., r t IU. : AS\INQTON 16.80.1ACKS want him because he advocate Our
N of the prioe Nut
repeal plot machine law.
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.; B'\ $2.40CHICAGO-- t1,90rl TAXPAYKH9 want him bee 11,
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DAYrONA
$260 rauie he advocate a definite
ORLANDO "--- $2.60 CINCI tl CAS $\1 tax limitation on all real prop. atc KEEP
Iv.
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--- 2.90 gVit Ll; MAUHIK.I1 WOMKN want the w.rld'. aae 46 A.I
1 f r' LLA1jASSEE- sori right to contract that he I I. In.
a 90>> 131RMtNOHA.l1.9QAIN eltlnj they must be given. .s Week
i sV'IU. sTATE KKPI.OVKS want him
1.00 -ass
----- DAL LAS --- S.O bemti he ..oIyo'ath..lr ..electlon J. M. LEEThe
OCALA 9 through Civil Service ex-
f WRST .--- 3'1 AS1tEVILt. p.80CLEARWATER mlnutlon.TIIH, .
PKOPL.K want him be-
i.\ AT 0 N eauiie. he advocate abolition of RIOEON

t ti t't'r I' LAKE cfT'.J MIAST \ the ruuirlt poll. tax.,'''. *.n'< want himbecu.s. PATHFINDER CREDIT R Right Man
of his promises to abol-
.t' ant
; r N \ 8\\t'tIt, l O-W I.l .h the vicious two Job man Prices "
t \.J 0 c II. wphsne practice and "non-eiNeiital( board C ; e'. ON THE JOB
T low .
hi ,\1'-8. and .cnmmlnBlon. thereby depriving as 51 A aOpjr ;: CS.as .
Co"'" ltp" 1t.... them of a dubious mean of i.0d a
; EAsy
Wet Give him
; j010' .. livelihood at the taxpayer ex- a second term as
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t B. F. PATY .. COMPTROLLERPolitical
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Akr ::;: I. ..I.r.....sM.st.T.iked.Of ( ad paid for by friend of Florida who believe J bL lt\\
Ja f A'- re.B4ld.te record entitle Florida to his services for a second term-''

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